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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 26, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY


RNING, AUGUST 26, 1905.


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Discomy at Nre. York
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EE MADE-GERMANY ByAaoci p
S\ New York, Aug. 2.-- ysicians otf
this city are much interested in a cir-
cular issued yesterday by the New
6. --: F1- Press. York PostOraduate hospital, manounc-
\ Th peace ing the discovery of a new cure for
S..: - .: negolia- consumption.
;,: . tietween This new remedy is the juice of
; -,.. :. i'mperor new table vegetables-potatoes, bees.
,i,;. : .... *:".!>sed also; carrots, onions, celery and the like,
S" ....: ;,resident procured by grinding and squeezing,
a dose being two ounces after meals.
S ;:a"\;t'. : :?. .- no con- The statement is made that eleven
S"*:, : ":; ,1"' the pres- patients with well developed pulmon-
S, : H, as gone ary tuberculosis have been absolutely
. "::h. .emperor's cured and are now good subjects for
Mfe insurance risks. Fifty other pa-
.a::" ligh: to show tients are still under treatment and
- "..,:!! and should said to be progressing satisfactorily.
I : i:- :,iion h,, reciv- Experiments along these lines have
S i m'-.:ng a pr, ex'I been going on at the hospital for sev-
*.'" ;!..,::"n i:E rh.- :' ora. years, and occasional brief ac-
S',;;i '.i': Monmlay or counts have been published of proofs
\ ,,, I of cures alleged to have been per-
"';;'* ;: bh. issu'cformed Thue basis of the work ha. \
x:':,;". ar.i I~ '-:-a ha.- na'- heen that to cure consumption beyond
S a '; -. -i, o' :: h in.sipient stage an "'akuown /
:( c '" ,.-' ',: co('inuing 'hlu- Now it is declared that tne unknown
n;' ii, :a". ;t c -. .: ;, 'I.:,;iment or remedy has been at last
'-pn' F,-:' .la;pai the'\ :,; -'',' ered in vegetable juice.
'' ', I;-i.:paL d.-nranai \''-nmpanying the circular are the
-:, h, e e t;,,: na. ,~ of New York pht~l who Tie Car-L -
,, ', o,? m:n>, nae been app otted by the iLsptal
.;," !.'i:-ly :'; authorities to observe and' report on M. Witte-C-
c-';antrv i;- the experiments, and they speak in
ne nin .'. most sanguine terms of what has been
o-' eoinur"'. Icconpii.bhed a.d what will doubtless French
n- atd tlh:.s follow as the work proceeds. r LI..
n- is ; In addition to applying the raw veg-
1 b lie\ t(.: abl r juice as a cure for the most
;oblstinate case of consumption, the
-- b(,pitat circular announces that "it is
S hteli(ved. moreover, that this may lead
C TO CONTINUE. t( a means by which everybody may By Associate
I[c rt-nder,-d immune from the deadly New York. Aug. 2!
-The corr- uter'cle barilli. just as vaccination with a sensation
S'. .. i:'p S.()vo. saft-guards from smallpox." wth a sensation su
;,':,r io-da..i It i.s stated that the experiments enjoyed since the Hu
.-..' r);, ,iay, were begun on a small scale with a Herald correspond
S-:, lihat to- .' :- i'-.- a'-v eter machlintry was introduced ano'
- h F:r n, arly every vegetable ued as food waR a punctual emi
.-,) .- '.c t, cnipjloyed. Paris bank. earning
"- ;.r:mnan ary of $60, out of whi
: .T "LI IIIE a wife and two child
a Prest1 t LrLI5I L he is said to be a f
b. chartered steam yacht
*. ', B HIn BAR Palmas August fo
*',, m inRd-1 Discoveries of cleric
.i ,: ;i,. I ?a e Ahaes. to bank books indica


Do you think America great?
rreat! I should say so See the


press notices they gave me.


'lerk Absconds on Private Yacht

With $200,000 Belonging to Pa

d Pre-. shortage of $200,000. Word was re- known French
5.-Paris is agog ceived yesterday by the police that the bank lie is said
h ars it has not yacht had arrived at BHiia, Brazil, high-sounding til
and the party aboard wa.s under ar-f career. All this
imbert case, says rest. A man supposed :u be Gallayi an investigation
lent. declared to the Bahia police that he1 Gallay failed to
uly Jean Gallay was a Baelian. M. Hamnlrd chief )f lion on the appi
iloyee of a great the Paris detective se.vice. immi eiat.. their chase, the (
l Iy wired to the nearest French secret :he clerk had ch
the monthly sal-1 service man to pro.eeed to that and sailed from
ch he maintained town and take possession nt, men and a large
Lren. At present the prisoner as soon as the extra- A clue to the
ugitive aboard a dition preliminaries are accompiisheil.; obltalned through
it wnich left Las ,For some months prior to his an-1 Las Palmas by
r Beunos Ayres. nual vacation, which began August S.' panied the act
al manipulations' Gallay, according to police, had been over the world
tes an alleged, on the best of terms with a well ed to watch for


.;.,. u P:; .rance By A-ociated Pure.
.:ianc. w : Chicago, Aug. 25-After three weeks
'" riu of freedom, Prank Punsham, swindler INDICTD f0R BASEBAL
i'-: ciian., and general thief, who for thirty four I IC U
:. he prc-.- years has been outside prison for no
_- tunime exceeding three months c COTTON GRAfT August 25
-rvv IND.GNAv-T a penitentiary sentence again. With
OVER JAP DE the charges and identification of six
DEMANDS. women who declare they have been By Asociated Pres. By Associated Press.
i \-ictimized by him since his release Washington, Aug. 25.-District At-
25 .- t;'olu the Joliet penitentiary on August ot.rney Beach, who returned tonight
: ..na'ion 2 confronting him, the man whose, from New York. announced the indict- Southern League.
Sa'" d,-' record in criminal circles ius alque, ment by the grand jury of Edwin S Memphis 1, Little Rock 0.
". '" : warj complacently views his return to Holmes Jr., until recently associate. At Chattanooga: Shrevepor
prison and expresses little regret. statistician of the Department ot Ag- New Orleans 3.
The criminal eflorU of Punshon are riculture, who was dismissed from the' Nashville-Atlanta, rain.
IOLD S lD said o have started within twenty-i department as an outcome of the in- Birmingham-Montgomery, rain.
four hours of his completion of a four vestigation in the cotton report leak- -
..._r years sentence in JoUet. P two ae. Beach was instrumental in caus- American League.
A' IUGAMIST weeks the Chicago police had sought ing the arrests of Frederick A. Peck.- t. Louis 1, Washington 0.
_____ man known a ank Hope, who in- ham, at Saratoga. and the surrender IDetroit 3. Philadelphia 6.
sert-ted advertisements in newspapers of Moses Haas at New York. who are Cleveland 1, New York 3.
tr. an datcd Presa I seeking the services of house keepers' under the same charge. Chicago 3, Boston (first ganm
,: indhicment and nurses. Meetings with applicant s Chicago 3, Boston 2, (second gs
t';ird,tiv were arranged in the kibbies of down- T
Sa de town hotels and always resulted in the USELESS 0 TRY Natfonal League.
;a2meXd I- hiring of the applicants and transfer Yorkincnati rain
..... ':. reco. of small amounts of moy on some F AM IlA CUP ostoeW York4incinnatisbu rain
... an cit. p-etext to the advUaeri. who rep-u aU sIA pu 1 Philadelphla.Chicago, rain.
:. : ho am- resented himself as a clergyman. Brooklyn-St. Louis, rain.
!:nm andi By Associated Press. ___
:(-.: all h BIG SHARK WAS CAUGHT London, Aug. 25--Sr Thomas Lip- South Atlantic League.
\\ ,oid hs OFF BAYLEN STREET WHARF ton, in an intervie'- today said: '! Jacksonville Columbia 1, (1
",-everal. -- am quite as desirous as ever to go Coluia 1 (
"ho are ,at A big sharp, measuring probably with a fresh challenger for the Amert- nings.)
n "aim to n:ne feet in length, was caught late can's cup. bt ;t t wcu'd be a futile ef- Augusta 0, Maron 3.
> ,s. ,.es;erday afternoon oR Baylen street fort unde- the meis',,-~atent rules ot Sa\ nnahl-harleston, rain.
,imuplain:s w! a-f by Jas. O'Brien, Jr. :he New York Yacht Club."
'".a. S The shark was one of the largest j Petroleum Steamer Burned.
::.'-- -C:;.R1Bu:- oaueht on that wharf this season, an Lake Providence Infected. London. Aug. 25.--The steame
-: a maN. :l required considerable work to land Vicksburg. Miss., Aug. 25-The en- batross. 'oa',.i with pet:.l'o umn. ,ci
"'iption. it on th" dock. tire business district of Lake Provi- fire in the Eug;ish channel this
dence, La.. has been declared infected ing and burned furiously. The
A Florid with yellow fever.,Two positive cases created intense exci:cement at
and five suspicious cases developed, mouth and other channel ports.
Flord Prv te A m ong ing eleven in all. A call has been crew was safely lande,!, but the T
*Np> -. -. .. __ sent out for nurses. ,is a total loss.


Sirt

SB Asctc a-d Press. continued firing until all of the 57?t
Shooing in' compe:i;t'z in the iadiviCtal satch
S was con;,-:ed. firing at the Is tour,
fv i states of the event at two, three, vre
fvor- and six hundred yard. At this stage
.. erupted the leading competitor stood: Cap-
was tain Corwin, of New York. 8eveaty-
this soon. first regiment, 182; Captain MUAlphia,
,-, 'heas.t the 180; ULiet. Austitla G.oia. ITS ;
- : sad iPritrte Lyn, of Floda 1L4
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SEVENTH

TENNI

By Asso
Cincinnati, Au
the seventh ann
nament under th
Lawn Tennis Asa
ed in this city f
pionship of Ohi
diana. It will i
iabor day, Sept
Among the pr


NEW 0RLEANS WILL"


S^ RESTRICT TRA VEL




TRUNK THIE VES Ac .Tal the' Bd of
infection.


ARRESTED iN NO SPECIAL ALARM


CHICGA O Felt Over Slight Increase in Num-
ber of Cases Friday.
Mysterious Disappearance of Bag-
Sgage in Railway Stations ONSTER PETITION BEING CIR-
a TCULATEO TO HAVE NEW OR-
Traced to Western LEANS BALL TEAM PLAY LAST
Crooks. THREE GAMES IN THAT CITY-
FRUIT TRADE WITH COLON
By Associated Press.
A p 'fG(bicago, Aug. 25.--'The Inter-Ocean DANGEROUS.
B"t9 sayi: The mysterious disappearance
of hundreds of trunks and other bag- By Associated Press.
^Sli^ ~ 1 gage from railroad trains and stations 4^'g-;'4 -.; -,- .
in Chicago, St. Louis and Denver dur- :. c-
S--- ing the past two years has just been d New Orleans, Aug. 25-The -
revealed through the arrest here of A- official report to six o'clock to- i
Ro Alrich, alias Ro Espy, of Cal- night is as allows:
Roy Aldrich alias Ro Espy of Cal- New cases today 65; total -.,
fornia, and' a woman giving the name -,. cases to date 1,665. -
of Daisy Dean and her home as Den- Deaths today 6; total deaths .-
ver. They were arrested on a charge ": to date 232. *
-e New foci 16; total foci 376. -
., cSof stealing furs from a store in the Ne foi 16 totaling under treat-
\- Cases remaining under treat- ;'
SMasonic Temple. When their rooms ment 280. -,
were searched the police found a large 4.
number of trunks and suit cases and 4-gy s^Wg- :g :..,--...-
a profusion of the most expensive
clothing and toilet articles, for men New Orleans. Aug. 25.-Action tak-
and women. et by the State Board of Health today
^ 7 Miss Dean confessed to the police will enable federal authorities to sto)
yesterday her participation in a Indiscrimnate travel between infectci
') scheme which has caused a large num- points, the idea being to prevent Ital.
'- ber of railroads to lose a vast amount plans and others from returning from
of valuable baggage. infected points and establishing new
The scheme was simple. They foci here. The action was desired by
J would take a trunk, satchel or suit the Mafine Hospital Service in the be-
case, containing a shirt or some other ;ief that they are now controllng tih
article of clothing and check it to fever and that there iS cosbilty of
some nearby point. Arter the trunkever and that there is po8eibityt oZ
was placed in the baggage car either erdcaing it to insig cae. f not 15
the man or womanf whuld go td the eradliating it entirely by October Is..
'baggage agent. hand him haif a @1l1ar, tTa (aO ht -( e e nuber of deaths
show the check and ask to be allowed' today do not 'ieee flbbA 0 teaslight
to open the trunk or satchel in order visitation of fever of lS'7? is consider-
to pge out a clean snirt or some other ed a basis for optimism. The number
aitlcle. ai of new cases is likely ;o vary from day
In not a single case did the baggage uo (lay. andl the increas1,l number to-
ris Bank ... '.ser refuse the request. WVhile os- day gives 1O, special alarm.
Stens:,;.y getting something out of one Two of the deaths during the pa-t
irunlk to wear. e man or woman twer.!y-folr hours illusarare the turggpn
actress. O:t!sidre t.1iwould exchange the c..ecks on the' i',l I for prompt reports. Both died
to have used(1 various 'fe trunk valise for one on the lrougil neglect. One was an Iraliaa
to have uled varioum:s be appearing trunk or valise in the woman who was ill in her home to'
was and led a merry car \Vn the train reached tv'" des- i"l' rlays before a physician was sum-
was lrned r nation t which the lInmyv hbag.age moncd. neighbors dis ov.ring her con-
which btgan when v ad inte shippedl. ld' icn woilt im-j ili ons. The other case was a GreeK.,
return from is vaca- medtiely p)rCsent th- duplicate of te0 who objected to being reported as a
pointed day. Pursuing check which he had transferred to an- yellow fever iatient. Whln the ani-
letectlves learned that other trunk, get it and take it to his lancee reachbdl him he was pract:-
artere with a team yacht room. When the owner of the trnnk call in a 'moribund condition.
Havresupply of provisions call for it he would lie offereni the The announcement w's made to-
suppl- of provisions (lumnnv trimnk of the sharp.,rs. : tda that the opening of the lyric:
alleged fugitive was Det;:-ctlvts of the roads are now try- theatre would be postponed from Seu-
th a letter mailed acting to trace the stolen property. The member 3 until later in the month, a.'t
the maid who accom-.Dean woman admits that much of it Manager Davis is endea-oring to get.
press. De:ectives ill has been store,l in vari,.ns places. but ?,Ianager Baldtwin of New York to re-
-ere at tice instruct-o far she has r,.'usc'd to reveal where, (onsiier. A monster petition is be-
the yacht. Ing circulated to have the New Or-
lePuns baseball club play the three
W lN IL WA n I RTC cMi(sing games here.
AIMIJAI 1I)r. Thomas, in charge of the quar.
LAD AMIIM MF FTIAnIR! ie nationn at the mouth of Tha
ST RI UVI TILL IIU iver, r ported to the Board of Hlealth
STOURN Y today rlt fruit trale with Colo
By Associated Press. should be prohibited. Leave out Col-
New York, Aug. 25.-Sixty-threa on. he said, and other would be littilt
heated Press, councils of the Royal Arcanum in thit danger of infection from fruit ships.
igust 25.--Tomorrow city probably will appoint a delegation
ual open tennis tour-! to the special convention of the su.HAAS SURR|NDi RS
e auspices of the Ohuo. preme council to be held August 30 IAAS SURRENDERS
eociaUon will be open at Pu-In Bay. Ohio. to pee that thae
or the ori-state chain- fifteen supreme representatives of' TO U S MARSHAL
o, Kentucky and lu- New York state stand by their pledge U. S. IVMA RH L
continue and include to vote for the rescinding of the new
ember 4 rate law established by the council By Associated Press.
ominent u'avers who las: May. New York, Aug. 26.-Moses Has-,


will be in the contests are May G A cal: was issued yesterday witn indicted in connection with the cotton
Sutton, Pasadena, Cal., world's w-- this object in view. It aaks thte local leak scandals. surrendered' to the
man champion; Beal S. Wright, Bos- councils to Ieet in special session Uni'ed states marshal to-day, when
ton, one of the American tennis "bi: 'v~hc" it is propo-e(d to discuss th.1 officially informed of the warrant' l-
four," Kreigh Collins, crack Chicago1 ma:ter and if toun'.il leasi.,le, the delelI sued against him. His ball was fixed
player; Myrtle MicAteer, Pittsburg, nation will be appointed. at ten thousand dollars.
Pa., expert- woman player.


OPERATION KILLS

NOTED MUSICAL


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Great Futurity Race to Be

Run at Sheepshcad To-day


By Associated Press. run over a heavy track, as a sfPady
By Associated Press. New York. Aug. 25.--Racing will be' rain during most of to-nay made the
Chicago. Aug. 25.-Word was recev- at the r course a sea of mud.
ed by the o authorities of Northweut-'remed at the tropoita t rack,cn ount of this condition th
ern Lnivrsittv last night that Mrs. to-orrow with te Fut:'uri y, the booimankers are at sea to-night as to
Sale K. Coo. wife of Dr. George A. great two ycar.s old stake as a feature the probhale favorites, but the begt
Coe. who hoids the chair of philosophy' at Sheepshiadi Bay. Seventen liorses ji'riees make Bridgeman. Ormondale
a: the university. difd yesrer.lay in are named if.;- the six ftlurkgs, 1fty and Woolwich include tae probable
a sanitarium at San Francisco after thousand dollar race which will be. w.inner.
a desp rate operation.
Mrs. Co0 was a well known pianist
ani compose- and was considered a. Varhf nf CThnQ i n. n .lhn nft


authority on musical subjects.
n )i't noted work was a musical


,; h;ig Longfellow's "Hiawatha."


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Burned to Waters Edge


Special to The Journal. ir,-. There was no insurance oaGtkhe
Carabelle, Aug. 2Z.--Tne ,tieline; vessel.
yacht: Mara etlora, owpdi b.y T. P.i The h,.a1h of Carrabelle Is good.
S'Sktonts. chairman of tho lsthmian. ca-: Li>cal politics are getting warm a
nal commission, net toanage 49, ani ,at the city election, which will take
h lying at anchor off the entrance of place on Taueady, September 5t h.-4
Carrabelle river, caught fr'e on the look for hot times in the old town
evening of August 23 about 8 o'clock Evterything is very quiet at the P.
and was burned to tle water's edg.j L. Co.'s. The piace la svti rowU ib
The Captain and crew' We aved b there is. plenty of tie tle <
ubip's boats, bat losta ajtheir bio \haads t. havd Bo UaB tgi
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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 6, IM6.1


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... W. JOHNSON SON..






Great Semi-Annual


Clearance Sale


~111~OF


Clothing, Shoes,




Men's and Boy's Underwear,




Hats, Caps and




Furnishings,


BEGINS SEPTEMBER 1st.


SEE SUNDAY'S ISSUE OF THIS PAPER FOR PRICES.


FLORIDIANS MUST

OBEY THE RULES


I OGONZAtLEZ


Wll STAMP OUT LEE AND YOUNG



THE FEVER BY CHOSEN AS


OCTOBER 1


Messageof Hope Given by Surgeon
White to the Stricken
People of New
Orleans.


By Associated Press.
New Orleans, Aug. 25.-If all houses
are properly disinfected rnd screened
there are reasonable hopes of a corn
plete cessation of yellow fever on or
before October 1, was the message of
hope given by Surgeon White to a
meeting that filled St. Paul's Episcopal
church, and over which Bishop Ses-
suams presided. If the citizens will
but do this, the doctor said, they will
deserve the commendation of the civ-
i;ized world.
Dr. White said the federal medical
officers were now engaged in making
a complete sanitary survey of the city.
It was their purpose to acquire stat-
tistics covering every nabitable por-
tion of the municipality. Dr. White
appealed for courteous treatment ot
and co-operation with his inspectors.
He said the service was trying to lo-
cate every focus. That was necessary
if the campaign was to succeed com-
pletely and the urgency of co-operation
was evidenced by the fa.t that only
today a hitherto unknown focnu in a
generally Infected section was discov-
ered, a focus that the service had been
searching for for some lime. At the
beginning of the fight the doctor sail
there were 100 of these unknown foci,
five times the number that the Havana
authorities admit would swamp them
and create an epidemic in that city.
The record shows, he said. what had
been accomplished in running them
down.
It is anticipated that wrhen the au-
thorities feel that their system is per-
fect there will be an effort to weed
out the cases of malarial and dengue
fever from actual yellow fever, and
when that comes to pass the evidence.
S will be clear of how succe-sful has
been the work of controlling the di-|
ease.
To Keep Trains Moving.
Nl Gov. Blanchard continues his efforts


IV


I Special to The Journal.
IF NOT IDENTIFIED CANNOT RE -Gonzalez, Aug. 6.-We have been! SEPTEMBER 17 SET APART AS
TURN TO STATE WITHOUT having plenty of rain for the past "WORK DAY" FOR BENEFIT
three weeks and tp see the sunshine
BEING DETAINED. is quite a treat. OF WORTHY INSTITUTION
Mrs. G. F. Murphy on her way to
Sthe city stopped off here a few days -
September is now near at hand, anI last week visiting friends and' rela- The following circular letter has
while it is a month that takes hur- tires. ben issued by Thos H. Jones, Fi-
dreds to the summer resorts it is als3 Mr. A. J. Mackey went to Molino nancial Agent of the Alabama Meth-
the month that brings back hundreds Monday on business, returning home odist Orphange, Union Springs, Ala.:
who left early in the season, says the the same night. Thou shalt open thine hand wide
ksonville Metrolis. A crowd of young folks went to unto the Poor and thy needy in thy
Jlcksonville Metropolis.
In order to avoid any confusionn or Muscogee Saturday night to an ice land.-Deut. 15.11.
inconvenience at Camp Perry relatives cream supper given for the benefit of Dear Superintendent:-Please nelp
in the city should inform those who the Baptist church. All had a nice, ;o make Sunday. September 17th,
reth . thor.estric atCamp time and enjoyed the trip as well a 1905 a great day for our rphanag...
;re away of e retrictionatampthe cae an cream. IThere are so many churches in our
Perry which s the quarantine sta- Mr. C. H. Jackson left Saturday to two Conferences-over 1300-that :t
n. Wa f pend a week on the bay. is impossible for me to visit them all
E. W. Diggett s in charge of qurr r- d he Mrs. S. E. Seals spent the day with in a year. Hence I make this appeal
ant affairs at amp Perry, and Mrs. B. P. Wilder at Cantonment Tues- to all our Sunday schools, to observe
and his assltanst interview every Iday. a work day and give the earnings Pt
passenger before allowing them to pro-, Misses Iavada and Helen Brown that day to benefit our orphans' home.
teed further into Florida. left last Saturday for Atmore, Ala., to Kindly have your Sunday school an 1
The camp is in excellent condition, visit relatives, all good friends to interest themselves
and admirably located. While it may Quite a jolly and happy crowd went in some way, as they deem best, to
be all that is claimed for It, no one from here to Brent Wednesday night taise some money for this most wo-
desires to remain there ten days, so *i to a piay, "The Face at the Windaow.": thy cause. Please announce this pub-
is better to comply with the regula- The party was composed of Mrs. S. E.! licly and privately to all,. o that every
lions. Seals. Miss Maud Coker. Gail Ever-! one in your community may bring
Passengers to hlorida can exhibit heart, Claud Coker, Sabra Hardy,; some offering. Some program can be
affidavits of notaries showing that Amelia Fleming, Allie Seals, Bessie arranged, entertainments may be giv-
they have not been in infected dis- lSweat, Pearl Mackey and Mr. Wil! en, or any other proper method may
tricrs. letters received for the past Coker. All spent a pleasant evening. be adopted in order to make your
ten days. stamps of postoffices, rail- Alter the play cake and cream was work day a big success.
-ay agents, etc.. and other means of served. I Please organize to this end. Enlst
ilentifica:ion. The quarantine officers Mr. Zachary was out Wednesday every member in this noble work, and
nmst be absolutely convinced that pa.s visiting relatives. have a fine report Sunday, September
~engers have not been in any infect- Mr. Elber, Applegate spent Sunday 1,, 1905.
ed district before they will be allowed and Monday with his mother. Last .year our Sunday schools rals.
to come to Florida. Mr. Lowell, of Pensacola, spent Sun- cd over $1,300 on work day. Let
..day.. with his mother. us make it much better this year.
S Mr. W. R. ilson was a pleasantly Please forward amount raised to
,caallr Sunday evening. 'me at Union Springs, Ala. I will ac-
Miss Willie Applegate was nut Sat- knowledge receipt of same.
Surday' to see her mother. We are doing a grept work. Help
S- us, we need your help.
9 Ice Cream Supper. Let not the cry of the orphan be lost
The East End Baptist church will!among other voices.
Sgve a lawn party an ice cream supper Plan and pray for this work day.'
on East Garden street where the belt Sincerely your brother,
car line crosses it, Monday night. The' THOS. H. JONES,
,public is Invited. 26aug2t Financial Agent.


FUNERAL OF MRS.

R. E. L. CRESAP

SERVICES WERE HELD AT RESI-
DENCE AND REMAINS WERE
PLACED IN FAMILY VAULT
AT ST. JOHN'S CEME-
TERY.

The funeral of Mrs. R. E. L. Cresap,
who died Thursday, was held yester-
day afternoon at 4:30 o'clock at tae
family residence on East Government
street.
The services were conducted by Rev.
J. S. Sibley, of the First Presbyterian
church, assisted by Rev. J. Helle, of
the Norwegian Lutheran church. The
services were brief, but impressive,
and a large number of friendss gather-
ed to pay their last sad tribute of
friendship and respect. Numerous
oral tributes of great beauty covered
the casket and were arranged about
th' rooua--mute testimonials to the
lore and esteem in which the deceas-
ed lady was held.
The serVices were concluded at St
Joh's cemetery where the remains
w+e laid to repose in the family
ituk.


Union Springs, Ala., Aug. 2nd, 1905.'

A SPOON SHAKER
Straight From Coffeedom.
Coffee can marshall a goad squadron
of enemies and some very hard ones
to overcome. A lady in Florid.
writes:
"I have always been very fond >A)
good coffee, and for years drank it at
least three times a day. At last, how-
ever, I found that It was injuring
me.
"1 became bilious, subject to fre-
quent and violent headaches, and so
very nervous, that I cmuldl not lift
a spoon to my mouth without spillinU
a part of its contents; my heart got
*rickety' and beat so fast and so hara
that I could scarcely breathe, while
my skin got thick and dingy, with yel-
low blotches on my face, caused by
the condition of my liver and blool.
I made up my mind that all these af-
flictions came from the coffee, and 1
determined to experiment and see.
"So I quit coffee and got a package
of Postum which furnished my hot
morning beverage. After a little time
I was rewarded by a complete restor-
ation of my health in every respect.
1 do not suffer from biliousness an
more, my nerves are as steady as
could be desired, my heart beats reg-
ularly and my complezxot bas cleared
up beautifully-the blotches have beea
wiped out and it is s ul a pleasure to
be; well again." Name given by Pos-
t1ee Co., B'satteie Mic
There's a re-on.


LIEUTS.


At the Meeting Held Last Night
of the Members of the New
Military Organi-
zation


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The organization of '.he militia pure m of drinking wateruer .a n l
company, which has been in charge of mpreglass0drinking water unfer a powers
a special committee of the Chamb-.- m rwmroscope ad you wilbe horrified to fnd t,
of Commerce, was perfected at a jG aW smunM waTrn am water swarming with disease germs. Doet
meeting held at the Chamber of Com-. Im Wr fall achoois ay to pt a teaspoonful of
merce last night.
Prof. H. Clay Armstrong was elezt-
ed captain, Stephen Lee first lieutea-
ant and Henry M. Yonge second lieu-
tenant.
The following young men enroll n ery gla o wae drink. It destroys the germs. eoolsthe blr ood atr.nd'.
en the system. It is t positive cure for cramp, dysentery, smbamroke. cholera n,
their names as members: bus, congestive chills sad weak stomachs. Dofy's contains no fthel oil. anl is te onr
Henry M. Yonge, Malcolm R. Yong?. whiskey recognized by theovernment asmedidne. Doctorsfmorftyyear har c@e r.
J. K. Quarles, Frank Williams, Ter- CAtTMON-Who TasLk or Duffy's bet mf t mi Loeok. L or thew td
rell Covington, Neals A. Oerting, Jr, 9srk.teOSd Cheist.4 the Itbeandbe cerk a i scasi tn
S. S. Wilkerson, Frank Goulding, Jr., !risi "4 --' ra, or direct, $s.00 bottc. rtfd kl boltet fre. Dr.'t, a-t Wbk-
Phil. G. Caro, Walter H. Johnstone, EUGENE ARBONA. DISTRIBUTOR, PENSACOLA, FLA.
James Gingles, Ernest McVoy, Will
burton, Elbert Clubbs, S. R. Mall:,;.-v
Jr., L. Roberts, Dudley Thornton, i'.'1i, .
Eagan, Jas. Leonard, S. A. Leonard,'
Harry Lurton, Chas. Grant, HenryI I LAUREL HILL I
White. Stephen Lee, W. H. McDavid.,
Carl Cushman, Joseph Touart, Mat-: .___
colm White, E. C. Thompson.. Hays'
Fernald John Choate, Chas. Haynes, l to he
Harry Brooks. C. C. Avery, A. t Secial to The Journal.
Blount. B. F. King, Randolph Spencer,I Laurel Hill, Aug. 25.-The town
Howard Goulding, Joe Grant and Chas. council has been organized, officers
F. Droughton. elected and Laurel Hill will soon b3
The meeting also resulted in the ap- putting on city airs. The officers ar-
pointment of a committee to solicit as follows:. Mayor A. E. Campbqll;;
additional names, and this work will Marshal, J. T. Atwell; Council. J. F'.
commerce this morning. There are Richburg, W. H. Jones, J. F. Merrill,
a number of excellent young men otj D. T. Finleyson, S. G. French, Jr. I
the city who have already signifle'l Business seems to be good for this
their intention of becoming members time of the year and ;nprovementi
of the organization, and there is no are being made by our citizens all the
doubt but that many will be added to time.
the roll by the next meeting. Mr. Allen Fountain left yesterday to
The Chamber of Commerce, which go to Dorcas to attend Mrs. Foun-
inaugurated the movement, deserves taine's mother, Mrs. Hightower, who i" r 11
credit for succeeding in its work, and is not expected to live. rrte t
as the selection of officers by the Mr. P. D. Centerflit was harling th.-
young men are very satisfactory, ther.t first bale of cotton to the gin yesTer- *T e O dd Bits
is no doubt but that the company will day. *
be a credit to the city. The cotton crop ia thought to be :i


ASTC


ONISHING RESULTS


to keep the wheels of trains moving Follow Each Nw Discovery of -
in Louisiana. He has put himself int oo
communication with railroad officials The great s:rldesthat medical s
wherever there is any inte.-ruption t.
service and has ascertained that the ence has made in the ar. few years i
roads are anxious to maintain service g rm of a dsease hs bee dWscover-
if permitted to do so by the various ed, the doctors have not been slow in
communites. The governor expects finding a drug to kill it. In a few
to get the Memphis. Helena and Louis- year it will be rare to find a bald-
!ana in operation again ;n a day or headed man or woman. The falling
two. Unless he succeeds many people cut of hair is due to dandruff germ,
In North Louisiana who de pend on this and now it has been discovered how
line w4il suffer for the necessaries of to kill the germ. The remedy used is
life. called Newbro's Herpicide. Its sue-
President Souchon of the stat guesss has been marvelous. Not a fall-
board will go to Patterson. Ia., on Sat-, ire has been so far reported. It is
urday to investigate conlition.5 their also a delightful hair dressing free
The people of that town would lik.t from oil or sticky substances. Try it
the state board to take entire charge, and be convinced of its actual merit.
and it may do so. The Patterson fev- Sold b W. A. D'Alemberte, druggist
er is so mild that with sufficient phy and apothecary; 121 '3. Palafox street,
sicians and nurses and u strong exe- Pensacola, Fla. Send 10c. in stamps
cutlve head It is thought the danger o" for sample to The Herpicide Co., De-
fatalities can be minlmized. trolt. Mich.
Considerable trouble is haad with the
Italian community at Go)i Hope, La, -- -
near the Mississippi Valley road a Still in Business I
short distance above New Orleans. Ani GEORGE A. PETTERSON,
emergency hospital has been erected., is r'ow' l,'t:'t a:
but the Italians are in rebellion Cor. Government and Barcelona Sts.,
against it and there is not sufficient' and is better prepared than ever
police force to compel them to sub-. to repair sates. typewriters,
mit to the regulations. !z is not im- guns. pistols, locks, light ma-
possible If conditions fall to improve chinery and bicycles.
that the governor will lie asked t; PHONE 203.
send a force of troops i.to the par. ..
ishes above New Orleans to enforce -
obedience to official authority.
Dr. Ehlert left here today and wa '
joined by Health Officer Aucoin of As-,I
gumption at Shriever. They will go
to Bayou Boeuf to inves'lgate cond,- OSPI I
tions there. Dr. Cha.ssa'gnac -ester-
day discovered a large number of casz,
at Bayou Boeuf. They iad not pr -
viously been reported ,o'eause their
is no physician at the settlement. li,,
focus was established through corn-
munication between Bayou Boeuf an. STA B.E
Patterson. SB E
Prof. Robert Boyce of Liverpool h.--
had a conference with Dr. Walker /
and has agreed to fill some lecture en-
gagements. He will speak at Templ.
Sinai Monday night. Tht's what Sucrnr.eHore i
Complaint has been made to Atto"- d i
ney General Guion of the treatment ot Feed brings! It's ood.
a party of civil engineers engaged to svry crap of it. and it t
assist in the building of the Iron ives more health, moe
Mountain road between Eudora, Ark,
and Gilbert, La. It has take-n the part work ad more Gatisfactioa
four weeks to get from Bay City, than oat. Give it atriall
Texas, to Eudora. At McGehee, Ark., It's ma of
they were kept in their car for thirty
hours without water or food in the be- Cora
lief that they bad come frcm New Or- Oats t
leans., a*i I


Held For Developments.
New York, August 25.-Two of the
crew of the steamer Cahlmette fromtr
their ship at quarantine suffering with
high temperatures and were transfer-.
red to Hoffman Island for observation.,
Asthma 86fferers Should Know This.
Foley's Honey and Tar has cured i
many cases of asthma that were con-
sidered hopeless. Mrs. Adolph Bues-
ing. 701 West Third Street, Davenport,
Iowa, writes: "A severe cold contracted
twelve y(ars ago was neglected until it'
finally grew into asthma. The best
medical skill available could not givo
me more than temporary relief. Foley's
Honey and Tar was recoumended and i
one fifty-cent bottle entirely cured mee
of asthma which had been growing on
me for twelve years, and If I had takej-
it at the start I would have been
saved years of suffering." W. A.
D'Alemberte, druggist and apothecary.
NEW LINE IF THE FAMOUS DUN-
LAP $5.00 SHOES FOR MEN JUST'
RECaIVED AT THE BIG STORE .
S6av7Tt WM. JOHNSON S 80N


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little sort of the averade tais yar. f "n
Corn and sugar cane how'er, are cx.
ceptionally; food.
RPv. 1. Rosebrough. D. D., who
has been holding a protrac:iel mtor- q With big shipments of goods oa
'og for some days gave iis farewell the way from Eope, for fall tra*,.
sermon, which w|I; appircciatetl by
'he congregation. we must prepare a way for tfer
-- splay and theres only one w to
They Appeal to Our Sympathies. do -- t id of te si ong D i
The bilious aund dyspeptic are con-
stant sufferers and appeal to our sym. and Odds and ens that tae tp
pathies. There is not one of them. kO, Of room.
however, who may not be brougi:t
back to health and happiness by the Q Weve made redtio an j 5)
use of Chamberlain's Stomach and d. p and the mw few days ought
Liver Tablets. These tablets invlgo-
rate the stomach and liver and g a age of owneaip d ev
strengthen the digestion. They also piece that is uu i.d. .
regulate the bowels. For sale by all qitwillify rejmehadm anr
druggists. yor door dw. d-a cla I


NEW LINE O' THE FAMOUS DUN.
LAP 15.00 SHOES FOR MEN JUST
RECEIVED AT, THE BIG STORE.
26aug7t WM. JOHNSON & SON.
KEEP YOUR HEAD.
HOw One Woman Lost Her Tempe
and Her Art Treasures.
Apropos of the woman with the abll-


q Come in md aeewe d~pataalru rn '"u'
be promw-ny yew rlf Sat ao g-and tomurc,
atar pia


Ity to plan a big coup and who then
loses It and her head at the last
moment an auctioneer in New York
tells an interesting story. The woman P
was an American who had been living
abroad with her husband for many Bmu
years. Upon his death she returned, I C lW
bringing with her a large collection of
Valuable paintings which bad been his: f
property and which she hoped to sell.
She made arrangements with the auc-
tioneer to handle them for her, and be ha
was delighted with the cleverness with Sold
which she bad obtained vouchers for
each one. It showed enterprise and A
thoroughness :e otm found In men or S A
women and made It certain that the
pictures, which were really good ones, W ol
would bring good prices.
To every one living who had been to l adr in
any way connected with the pictures,
owned them or handled them the wom-
an had gone for a written guarantee, I
and, in addition to the names obtained 1 S
In this way, she had been to the Amer-
cean consul, and be in his turn had IEN
guaranteed their signatures. They
were all sworn 'o and duly witnesed,
and the auctioneer congratulated the B.
woman. Be I
That ,wa all right until Uncle Sam
stepped in. The qpstom house author- .Ma
ies, though unable to obtain posa on an
of the guarantees appreelated the ple- LUMBER. LA
tra estimate'dthem to be worth their SHIN
tnil-aha aumdie ood br the wner i DI
md put duties upon them entirely be- -
rond the woman's power to pay. Sb
was great ditreeed at rat, then an-
oyed anid finally twrlity angry at ars
wiart Ie etmSI4Sfat itnportlMon.ar
Moe auetlioeer endeavred to consoo te
er.- Satisl
"rbey wil be sold fw tUte or moth
ngt the et o bhoe mle," be mi, W ork
"ind te best gsgtoo g to buy
hem Im They in. ftr $0 or 15 has a
npiee, M! we wI h ve eV ale a tO for t
tUI 1 wD buy. them In for you, aad LAUNDIR
ae will t~t ake a p tea mone ot THAT SAT
othf Bette
Bnt by jitt time the weman was too bund
angry tohae to advice. e emrtl wil
red Att abe 1ma be be y treaty d t
It the emN hla hom re ted to a r


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SRibbon

lie Beer,
s no equal.
everywhere

Friedman
sale Distributer.

Imported Winra
nd Liquors.
PHONE 17%.
)UTH PALAFOX ST
8ACOLA, FLA.


FRIGHT & CO
nufacturers of
d Dealers In
THS, SAWED CYPRESS
GLES AND KILN-
RIED SAPS.



of

actor


gives us a reputat!nu
urlnag out
WORK
SPFIE&
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get laundry satisfac


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But Not So For


Daisy Brand

Hams, and

Breakfast Bacon


fo they are the lowest
to be iad during the
hot weather. Tey are
donm and ymr r-fte
cr nast sea tihe.



Lewis Bear Co.

are rth3 lwigr J.
IeMlMai's S-'


Llnused M-l

Do you kaa of a better
eambination? We don't.
and wive"a ia the bMi-
n- yr* Cm in and
tslk it ovw. Were sole
aget for thic ity



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A -ate ntf ooa tal
of thin afletmswu awa..
F Lw d te trube be"of


IMPURIE WATER
to so and C ~m of TYOM4
MMaftaDy WWYCh kyn kMmr.
WS, t" ftl hot Weather C...
pat. ffyoPure Malt %.N
kdI~ b P3Urlbd ibDoctafSr er,
whu's as a Sonr Preientive.
If you ae going to tba.suhbore oreamtr,.
g & for yom urSuamer WOion d)n' fall k
tgah bottiaOf DUfl"SWb You. Theqp,-
ghame f thesma mn botfami edt7try fg.-,
hous depend ahlbiO ontiraY Upon imqrn
we ad wmand at t sterns for Ih.,ir e I
upply. Truein oibteamethe driukinK Va*
is filtered, but ihzmk of the millions of tny.
minute erm which map. even tipe tlvw
screened Alter ed caue typhoid, choler3 rp


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R. K. WHITE,
oe.chwsker, MONMA..k. J Auq
a" GesamU oposie
p: Pal fos Stvsee Perrll 3


T[RSELY TOLD.

1. *,&;zerda%


shape as to meet a reidy sale, and
that at last Pensacola will have some
improvements.
CHICKEN GUMSO TONIGHT.
Chicken gumbo, sphagetti, steak, fish
and oysters at White's tonight.


Pensacola Has Two Kinds


...of Meat Marets...


1 OIUIHILtU Ri


BONDS AIRE


i MANY



Being ihce i the City An-
thoritis, 'ii i&tq nrat s
IAre Bak Ne fr
Thei SIL

Mayor Bliss and the city authori-
ties are now receding r.umeros in-
I s te T quirie. regarding tie sale of the bonds
which have just been voted for by the
..xa clohs citizens, and each mail brings in let-
!,' '" e away ters from prominent stock and bond
i:. i: vour bs I. brokers, in wtich they sk for infor-
-, ha: clothe nationn rehttive to the sale and other
!" I: I ve'. do say particulars. All of these letters are
h.! , a:- t ~i ra: ilrun. h1- that bidding for the issue will be live-
: n.pr.son you ly and the demand for the bonds will
-a :- s usually be strong.
S Preparations for the Issue of all the
I supply your needs. oonds, amounting to $750.C00 are now
_being made. and the authorities be-
here that when the bonds are adver-
tised there will be no trouble in plac-
ing them.
Many persons in the city, who are
SEf favorable to the improvement of the
o. A er ciy. are jubtlent over the fact that at
a. Gee. Arnsperger ast the issue has been placed in such


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PRESIDENT ON

A SUBMARINE


n,.* ',,- :,, i an daughter By Associated Pres.
'- .'. ot Wet Oyster Bay, Aug. 25.-President,
S ,.-. v Roosevelt. late this afternoon, went
out on the submarine boat Plunger. re-
:r h.>-. ", now T- imaining on board while it made sev- Ma
;...: .; ,r i,' el ci' ye --.ral submersions one of which lasted
.- ,,: ni- ,n. l,,--,:t E.. fifty minutes. The president express- Tl
red himself impressed with the Plung-
; her's qualities.
', -at .'- < h'r:.h property
Sa ,: .;::;,.-:a;:i:a an NEGRO WOMAN WAS BADLY
n -"'. ,"ing CUT ON HEAD BY A MAN
",: 'n, pingt ______n
aamie Shtpard a negro woman re-
:: . -i leave si.d:ing at No. 804 South Cevallos The
S.. r\' I.r< ;~l w:il 'r, "ewa. hadly cut at her home yesterd
l.:tr he ev-'eriay morning, when Albert Me- the cire
": n.,; he (;tff is-l a pair of scissors for a weap- Idell
S...'n an,, inthliced a wound threee or four bill for
inci.he in length. from which the for cor
S' yVt''er ioo).; fled prcfusely. Tribe
S' .- ,;i in \evil A te.epilone ims.-oage to the station; D. vs. 1
*' :, ,"n ,e o'fI of inth trouble and CaDtain Frank .iunctio
S' Th, and Officer Villar went to the house. plaintil
:.- L. 1.i onti.. ', parties had lett before they a-- State
; :;' :-. :i', ::v. i. i he floor was covered with kins, a
ly. 'i and the furniture was broken as sur
-" u Th'-\ could trace the course of D. H
the woman by the blood upon tha petition
: i "' ;. ,hm-nt. She was overtaken near hor pil
S.ii.'t ow abi u x:,;; square and placed under ar- Paul
-," i R:,',oi l.,'L ,,n: i,-:. ia',o- hei g taken to the police for dix
: *-:' y"" r -' ,. where shb received attention tors to
Sh~- ii !, :n:, amr \ I ;.: :he hands of the city physician. A. A
Fa- va- p,::, i McGriff was arrested shortly after-'L. D. (
wards at a saloon on South Palafox C. L. S
"e- E'lett Discharged. street. where he wrs at work. Switi


Va. %-h "oAaair.
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:'::' u~d ischarg-


NEW LINE O' THE FAMOUS DUN-
LAP $5.00 SHOES FOR MEN JUST
RECEIVED AT THE BIG STORE.
,C;aug7t WM. JOHNSON & SON.


To Holders of
LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R.

Pensacola Division,
FIRST MORTGAGE 6s, DUE 1920.

All holders of these beds, claimed by the LIsvilb 6
fashrilit Railroad Co., to be redeemable at 15 and interest
r periods from September 1, 139, to September 1, 194,
i:!'usivC, nuMibers as desitated in the advertisement of saUi
hilroad Company, dated July 12, 195, are re~ sted to
communicate with the andersied before sarradeorig their
bonds, with a view to protection their mttual iaterets.

Blodget, Merritt & Co.,
36 Nassau Street, New York,
16 Congress Street, Boston.
Corserl for Blodget, Merritt & Co.,
Messrs. Storey. Thorndyke, Palmer & Thayr.






SPECIAL REDUCTION 0


SC are Overstocked. A very large line of LESTER

SPlan,,_ On which we will make a reduction of $25


Very Special CASSELL PIANOS, S27t
-$325. Terms, S10 Cash, S6 per me
S1 0 with you. Stool, Scarf, Music and


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to $75 for At

5. Regular pi
month. Bring
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DR. J, Y. PRTE[



REACHES THE


CITY


And Will Remain Here for Several

Days Looking Into Matters
Pertaining to the
Quarantine.


Dr. Joseph Y. Porter, state health'
officer of Florida, reached the city last
IartlandI eight, coming from Jacksonville, where
he had been for the past few day-.
emrnment Stret. The visit of Dr. Porter at this tima
:s to inspect the quarantine system
F*" at Flomaton, and to consult with Dr.
S FURNISH Anderson and Dr. Byrd in regard to
the same.
YOUR Up to the present time the system
SR A maintained at Flomaton has been
R EAM i most satisfactory, as Dr. Byrd antl
the inspectors on duty there have used
discretion and good judgment in
ING UP performing their duties. Dr. Porter,
while in this section, will also cou-
I Mi Ftc sult with Dr. Guiteras, the noted yel
low fever expert, who is now in New
IE No. 1104. O;leans, relative to the quarantine
sa and Tarragona Sts. which has been established by Cuba
LIVERED IN ANY against Florida ports.
ANTITY. When Dr. Porter reached the Mer
chants hotel last night he was wor!i
out from a long trip from Jackson-
ville, and asked to be excused from
being interviewed, as there was noth-
ing of interest to be given out.
To Inspect Quarantine
The Jacksonville Ti'-.nes-Union of
yesterday contained the totlowing ar
ticle relative to Dr. Porters visit to
this city:
I D "Dr. Joseph Y. Porter, State Health .
Officer, will leave this morning for
Pensacola, after remaining in Jackson-'
ville for the past ten days and look-
lng after the details of the office ofr
the State Board of Health and direct-;
COURT ing the State quarantine from this
end of the line. !
"Having gotten everything working
Filled for DRecord in a satisfactory mauner. Dr. Porte:
Filled for Rer will now visit Pensacola fo tie pur-
SQ..t pose o0 conferring with Dr. lIiramn
mrday, But None Byrd, assistant to tihe State Health o
Cificer, who is in charge on tile line '
at ImpiOr- of the LWouisville & Nashville railroa'l.
bc tw(en Pensacola antd Mobile. UL. r-."
tance. Porter will also confer with Dr. War
L ren E. Anderson, agent of tile State
Hoard of Health at Peasacla. who
has been in charge of all matters for
; new suits were filed tae board at that place.
e office of the clerk of "Dr. Porter will not be absent from
': !IJacksonville but a few days. H.
rn vs. John McGoverun, hopes that while he is in Pensacola t,
C. M. Jones, solicitor' arrange with Dr. John Guiieras, the
i noted yellow fever expert, wleo recent-l
1 No. 1. I. O. of S. and ly passed though here, en ryitU. from-n'
kson. et. al.. bill for r.- Cuba to New Orleans, to '.'-~t hi m ai
. Jous, attorney forn Flomaton and confer with himt in re-i
guard to the senseless quarantine tha:
ida vs. Codelia Woo'i Cuba is maintalhing against all Flori- .-
II:tihteser and S. Hall da ports.
rfeiture of bond. "l)r. Guiteras is a proniiaent official
on vs. H. it. HIeyntoI, in the Cuban government, *td as h'l O
11 & Reeves, attorneys has expressed the opinion that their of
.s not the slightest danger to Hlavau'.: fan
vs. Leon Colbert. hli.l or any other part of Cuba since L Ln out
tunt & Blount, solici-, recovery of the yellow fever ease, in the
nan;. West Tampa. Dr. Poier lhoopes thit eat
ei. als.. (xecutors, v". Dr. Guiteras may iinl'iinc.' the Cua.i the
ecios':re of mortgage; Government to wirhdl;'aw its quaran- te
;orney for plaintiff. ;:n against Florida.
c corporation, vs. H. F. "The quarantine again -t Florid; be
i. Barrineau and Rob- ports acts as a greai h;a:.l-hip, and all for
damages $1.500, P. non immune passenger., going to Cul)t i I
ney for plaintiff. from Tampa. Miami an 1 K, W s:.
ure Compnmy vs. W. T. are required to spend fiv\" days in the
$2oo; Thos. Pebley, at- detention camp at T'ri(,corni;a quaran-
itiffs. tine station, on the opposite side oi Y
the bay from Havana. The expense giv,
uL MAN alnas to be borne by the pas.-ngers, whn pre
%U MAN ihave to depositt with the agents oi wh
the steamship companies ;he amouni he
ICALLY ILL of the quarantine detention fee before eh
they are sold tickets to Havana. The'
fete is $1.50 per day for hoard at tle
quarantine station.
oclated Press "During the absence of Dr. Porter
ug. 25.-William Jack- from Jackaonviiie. Dr. H. Ii. McGinnis,
if the Pennsylvania R. who has been acting as assistant to yOS
critically ill at Alien- the State Health Olficer, will be in
here he arrived last chargee as the personal reprel.eiuative
iope that absolute rest of Dr. Porter. Mr. J. Marvin )Durranc,..
lid restore his health. the new executive cle,'k :o the State!
condition was such as Health Officer, is fast familiarizing:
ope for recovery. himself with the details of the office
,*ork. There is an ilInensie aniouini
A FLOATED ot office work in connection with ctae
HOUT ASISTANCE.' State Board of Healhi. and it natural-1
!y takes any person some little time
to master all of the details. The;
ociated Press. daily reports receive,l at the offcet
Lug. 25.--'ine s mer from all over the State have to be tab-
'enR ashore at Jones ilattd and there is a va.: amount ot
, floated to-day wiLh-I c(orrespondence to be attended to at
nd came up to the city all timer.
I steam. It is not Dr. Porter yesterday received a
e aanes a resu offered an better from Soith Florida from a par-
as a resun of her I ty wanting professional advice regard-
Sing a matter that has :never before
been called to the atiteoion of taie
S s tate Board. During th ie absence oli
_P -_ -__ r- _-_ the Stpte Health Offic',r I)'. McG(in
his and Dr. Andrade will investigate
the matte- and will probably have a
J COS report to submit on the subject when:
*10 Dr. Porter returns."

SLaBuh Wllie TYo Can."
Hogg left Eton in 183. about which
U time he met' Ruskin for a memorable
nd CASSELL moment. lie had run into a room
where his sister was painting under
gust saleuskin's eye. He did not notice Rus
IgUSt Sales kin,. bt wont to his sister .and made


some laughing remark to her. "You
had better laugh while you can." said
rice, Ruskin. "for every year you live you
will become more and more miserable."
the -From "Life of Quintln Hogg."

fr nimperate Tea Driakld *.
ney. In this age of mental tenson, higb I
Spressre and overstrain tea s felt to
be doing much to overstock our luna-
tie asylums. There can be little doubt
that tea drinking Is a form of intem-
Lpe, rance n these day. a national and
female Intocation Mecond only to that
of atroM drink and It some respect
perhaps eve more bjuarioas-Fsami
Doctr.
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SPEC IAL


Saturday, Bargains




AT THE BUSY STORE.


Shirt Waist Bargains
Ladies' $1.50 Fine White Lawn
Waists, beautifully made;your
choice of several styles, on Sat-
urday only.... .......... 79c
$1.98 and $2.25 Pine White Lawn
Waists, special for Saturday..$125
All our Finest Shirt Waists to go
REGARDLESS OF COST.
ALL OUR LADIES' LAWN OR PER-
CALE SUITS TO GO REGARDLESS
OF COST.

Remnants of Wash Goods
Of various styles in Lawas, Bat-
istes and Voiles. worth tiom 10l
to 25c per yard.. .......... ~o
Men's Straw Hats, regular 50c
kind for .... ........ .. .. .. 150
Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Hats, and
Plain Black Sailors, worth 50c
to $1.25 Saturday.. ........ 15c
50c Lace Pillow Shams to go at.. 19e


Neckwear Bargains
EO doz. Iadies' White Wash Ties
15c and 18c values to go Satur-
day at.. ...... ........... 10
20 doz. Ladies' 'Fancy White
Stocks, and Lawn Ties, 39c val-
ues to go at.. .... .. .. .... 230
Men's 39c White Gauze of Balbrlg-
gon Vests or Pants to go on Sat-
urday for.. ...... ...... .. 25
100 doz. Men's Seamless Socks in
Black, Brown or Natural, 10c
and l12%c values, Saturlay per
pair, only. ................

A sample line of Men's Fine Sus-
penders just in, and will be sold
much under value.
Men's 35c Suspenders to go at.... 230
Men's 19c Suspenders to go at.. 12c
Boys' 19c Suspenders to go at.. 10c
Men's Extra Fine Suspenders
worth ti5c for.. .......... 47c


Bargains in Ladies' and Children's Hosiery.


T. H. Lannon & Co.


ROMAN DICE THROWING
Iove! Oyster Partles.
yster partmiesre the great dlverlon Derioes Ised to Prevent 1raud .I TM E NEW SALOO
the Spanish gentlemen who pay the Dlays of the Cesars. Morris Dannhiser, Proprietor.
vily visits to Vlgo. The party goes The number of dice used was thrMe, petor.
in a large flat bottomed boat. Then being marked with a minimum of one 12 West Zarragossa Street.
oysters are fished up, opened and and a maximum of six spots. The most
en on the spot, and a prize goes to fortunate throw, called venereus by EVERYTHFNG NEW, COOL, COSY,
guest who can show most shells at Cicero and baslUcus by Plautus, was CLEAN AND NICE.
end of the day. In excuse It may when the dice showed three senlones, _
said that the VIgo oyster Is small, or eighteen spots. The &ravtty of the
a prize winner will sometimes show losses depended naturally upon the COME, MAKE YOURSELF AT
many as 200 shells. amount of money at stake and the fines HOME. YOU ARE WELCOME.
that were paid when the dice showed
m r j one or more aces.
An xpenae Prent.It is difficult to explain what skll
young Wife-Yes, father always had to do with such a game. Still Whikl-
es expensive things when he makes dore describes how inveterate gamblers Old iclory Uhkej
.ments. Husband-So I (diicoverel could succeed in throwing the six and MY SPECIALTY.
en he gave you away. And then in avoiding the unit. In a graffito at
went into the library to write a Pompeii an honest player congratulates
ck for the monthly millinery bill, himself for having gained a good sum MAIL ORDERS ARE SOLIC.TEO.
of money without fraud. Plautus
tenla-Mabel says she doesn't believe dwels on these dishonest practices, to -.
thig In the lle. ella-Wel. avoid which several lstruom te were GUL CITY
Ssee, her own age is n t. Invented, such as the born and the
It seems, however, that these Instru-
.- .i ments did not always fulfill their pur- C leaning 6 D e
pose. A third one was conseqnently lea
Inventedl in Ithe shape of a tower, with
on top. Thf, (liie. shaken first In the
a spiral stairtase iide and a funneled
on top. T shken fr n te MEMBERSHIP RATES $1.00 PER
Shorn or In the fritlllus. were thrown in-MO
to the funnel and rolled down the Ladles and Gent's Clothing cleaad,
H AS spiral statrease until they landed on dyeld and repaired. Goods called to
the tablle. Such precautions rendered and delivered.
cheating almost impossible. W. J. ABELL, PROPRIETOR,
140 E. Government Lt,
No two men look alike. INK THAT LIVES. Phone No. 163. Pensacola, Fa..
is it reasonable, then, to sup- Te I.dell.Me WrItnlg l id V ed
pose that the same style Hat by tl Old Irish Ml
will be equally becoming to all .. --- ,i-h_,_,_'


It is impossible to read the most an-
dent histories of the Irish saints with- Beautify
out noticing how large a part books .
play In their lives. The Home
In the library some cut the sheets of The Home
parchment or even sewed together in
the neatest way the odd shreds, for This all
themonk must not waste the gifts of F l.
God, especially when they are rare sad
dear. They polished it on one side un- This may Le done
til It was smooth and laid it near the at little expense,
scribe. Others prepared the peculiar with a few well-
thick inks of the Irish writers, very framed pictures on
much like varnish, in different colors. the bare walls.
The red was the most beautiful, and FRAME PICTUR
after 1.000 years it yet shines as the
day it was first used. It was got from AS YOU DESIRE.
a kind of cockles collected on the sea-
abore. Then there were black and We carry a large
green and golden lank, used in various line of moulding for
thicknesses by the illumnnators and the the purpose.
artist in nature. i
AR theq Inks wil resist chemicals
that corrode iron. The ink was placed ,
Sin tbl conic glasses attached either to t
Sthe sie of the desk or to the chair, I Uem Book Sto h
sometimes to the girdle of the writer,
often mixed to the end of a pointed C.L Job rM, nOp.
stick placed upright in the ground. It
Is owing to this peculiar skill n amak-
Ing tIk that so many ot the old Irish h -,
manuscripts have come dmow to us.- CHICKEN GUM80 TONMIQEW -
Loande Arwers. Chicken gumbo, spbagetti,tl -
Sand oysters at White's tonal.


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Those where nothing but poor,
lean, grass-fed, native meats
are sold, and the other places
where you pay double price
for what you -get that is ft to
eat.

We Strike the

Happy Medium
and give you the best western
meats at ordinary prices. Let
us send your next Sunday's
roast. Phone 1132.


men? We are inclined to think
not. We go upon the supposi-
tion that the
GREATER THE VARIETY
of shapes, widths of brims,
heights of .crowns and col-
orings, the greater will be the
satisfaction.
Accordingly, we present the
greatest variety of Spring Hats
to be seen in Pensacola.
It embraces all -hapes, color-
ings and proportions from the
conservative shapes to the latest
In young men's snappy styles.
Prices, 50 to $3.5.
IF YOU BUY FOR LESS ELSE-
WHERE, YOU'LL GET
LESS-THAT'S ALL.


H. 0. ANSON
CASH CLOTHR
Phone 297

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DayJ VW kyI. Swua*.- Not Always the Early Birt, w
"u N EnY us w x w MONDAY We notice that some of our ex
changes are trying tsopoke up the fire w
under the state political pot. Lren t
J. M. Barn can tell you that It is not t
T E JOURNAL COMPANYe the early bird that gets the wormm 0
Severe time.-Lake utler Star.
RBAAK I. MATS, ae N- 6maA. maw1. Strictly In the Wtregras i
Other state papers cia. a that the c
fl T E ASSOCATD PR Atlantic Coast Line w llpass through
Monticello from Perry. Let Us hope to
v- we can get one some kind of a main le
W MULm P ION RATEI L line some day! This branch-road d,
business has put us strictly in the ti
S. "******- "o-........ wiregrass.-Montcello News. cr
Ilf Maso ....*,* .. 2 s OM Wetk ........... S A sc
tu MeM ** *W..... I M Weekly Zioi yr. -l Would Be Truly Missed. n
Tom McBeath has declined a fiat- w
p mor r q at St a n Statna. tering offer from a Kentucky college m
saying that Florida is good enough st
T N PNSACOLA NEWSPAPER FROM WHICH A DETAILED for him. You're all right, Tom. Flor- af
O W E ida educational circles could get along lo
CIRCULATION TATUMERi T CAN BE SECURED. without you, but there is no mistaking un
it-you'a' be truly missed if you did
Oe1-aW 2l ut IN aG -o-ra at. move away.-Madison New nter- f
S"I -O M -N&3prise. 4
...-.- -- -r A Homeless Governor. 4
PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST, 26, 1905 At homeless governor waiting for a 1
state home; no site from day to day, .i
is the Tallahassee situation.-Jasper .
-' form to Alabama's reasonable quaran- News.
Line regulations. aiT
WHERE IT IS TO BE FOUND. Y need be, Alabama can stop all The Assistant Chemist.
-- travel across the state. ar.d if circum- Governor Broward has appointed M. pi
S Th' Pensacola Journal is on stances call for such an extension ot G. Dunk assistant state chemist, a w
0 sale a: the following places in the quarantine no doubt it would be position created by the last legisla- is
'thte c,.'- forthcoming. That would be an in- ture. Mr. Dunk has for a number of ia
BayHotel. terference with interstate passenger yearsbeen employed as assistant to i
Coe's Book Store. S traffic beyond doubt or mistake, but Captain Rose and is thoroughly com' l
Depot News Stand." it would be an interference within the petent and well qualified for the po ti,
: Gem Book Store. law. because it would relate to the sition.-Miami News. ti
so Lewis House. m
S Lewis House. 9 public health of two millions of Ala-j m
t Merchants Hotel. bamalans whom the state is in duty An Assault Justified. t
S Southern Hotel. t bound to protect from disease epi- If you meet a stegowyia fasciata bt
S Thompon's Book Store. demics. mosquito you are justified in making th
Wagand Ice Cream Parlor. a murderous assault upon him, her, of
Wagenheim's News Stand. s On August 24 Editor Emmons, at she or it. That's the kind that carries
Walker's Book Store. 4 the yellow fever germ, as you can t
Sthe St. Andrews Buoy. celebrated 't1s easily ascertain by examining the pro-
"'.--.:.. :r .iy': ' g-Xggi seventy4-hird birthday anniversary. boscis.-Zolfo Advertiser.
Brother Emmons is still nale and hea -. ha*
GOING AWAY? ty and does nearly if not quite all ti Cleaning Up is Generl. J
The cry of "clean up the town" has Ja
When you lave the city for yourI work connected with his publicat ko,.! been general with the Florida papers
summer vacation have The Pensacola In the last issue of the Bt uy Mr. E- since the yellow fever scare. he
ournal follow you. Notify circula-Inthe nteasnce thell
tJon manager, Phone 3L mons calls attention in the auspicious dangers that seemed imminent haveno
occasion in the following manner: been productive of goo results in this It
Toy. A s 2, te way. Whether yellow fever threatens
Today, August 24, the editor of tht or not, the general health of a town th
Chicago Leads Bouy tallies his 73rd yearly notch )n demands that It be kept in a sanitary PC
the stick he keeps to jog his memory. condition.-Bartow Courier-Informant. e
n Strenuosity. Thus far he has never broken into the* Ja
Chicazo is undoubtedly a strenuous penitentiary, attended a charivari or a An Advertising Dodge? ch
ci t camp meeting and hopes these exem:- Charley Brown, Jr., formerly of this ar
place, but until a prying statistician tions may be placed to his credit t city, in the Racket business, but now sa
tabuliaed its many claims to that dis-' the final roll-call. in the furniture trade at Miami, is a is
Irnction. ;he inside details were un-, The Journal extends congratulations candidate foy city treasurer ot that tr
aC't HisA opponents, Wm. 3. Pope An
ol)tainab'e. Under the caption "Some- and sincerely hope that Editor Em- ity. His opponents, Wm. M. Pope th
thing Dolng in Chica-o.' a recent is mons may enjoy peace, prosperity, hadrlen 'Hilton, are old residents.
sue of the Ohio State Journal con- health and happiness for many years ot his old friends here think it is an om
gained *'e following: to come. advertising dodge on his part.-Ocala sh
A d<,aTh every 15 minutes. Star.
A bir!h ever:: minutes and 27 sec- Washington officials are unable o co
mnds e account for what they are pleased r) Typos Can Join Militia. Is
A murder ever,.y 0 hours. The International Typographical in
A suicide e very 1i hours. term a "campaign of slander against union sensibly voted down a -esolu- ed
A serious accident, aecessitating' the Panama canal commission." If tion for a law that no member should ce
.iurse's or physician's care every 4 the commission would develop a litr:e join the militia force of the states. Fi
minutes. energy and start actual work upon th' To have passed it would have evinced
A fatal accident every 5 hours. wul hostility to law and order, not to Sb
A case of assault and battery every big tch slander, i such it be, ou sak of interference with the rights in
I speak of inefeec wit the rihsi
2; minutes. soon cease. o members in a matter entirely out- In
A burglary every 3 hours. ;side the trade.-Tampa Times. be
A hold-up every 6 hours. The Memphis Commercial-Appeal * tel
A di-turbance of the peace. to at- perpetrates the following at the ex-I Right Up to Date. lnj
tract at-tntion every 6 seconds. pense of the Hardeman Free Press, to ApalAchicola is right up to date. ing
A larrcny every 6 minutes a which it is credited: Enough local capital has been inter- he
An arres every 7 minutes and 30 e Nashv2 ested to insure the organization of a da
seconds. I Editor Bi lEwing of the Nashvh building and loan association, an in- sti
A fire every hour. American says there are 61.000 brew- stitution that will do a great deal in
An arcest for drunkenness every 15 series in the world. Just think of all developing this progressive West tel
minntes-. that, and nothing fer us but corn Florida town.--St. Augustine Record mt
A marriage every 20 minutes. bread and creek water. In
A cas, for T!he coroner every threeI Sg a yw hYe-ilWl,4i4.e t Mb gi
Lours. Russell Sage says he will live to be _X pre
A n-,w building completed every i 100 years of age. When he reaches FOR THE 'SECRETARY It
tcour and 15 minutes. the century mark the old gentleman : OF THE U. 8. NAVY. the
A railroad passenger train arrives, will undoubtedly endeavor to stave
5 seconds. Jacksonville Times-Union. s
Sicry pa seconds. su n ad off funeral expenses for another hun- T
Sixtro passengers, suburban andred y
through, arrive e\ery second at raii- dried years. ^%** %#i Wi':t;- ;e*#-4W* 545l ri


'way stations. -
Seventeen thousand gallons of wa- Now that a scapegoat has been Thank you, Mr. Bonaparte, for the
ter a minute pass through the I.0) 'found who will be forced to shoulder- truth, the whole truth and nothing in
miles of city water mains, responsibility for the Bennington dis- but the truth, in the matter-of the
aster the navy department will wabBennington. Would' you had been on
The Aeican Bar Association i a the navy department will wab- deck to give us some light on the nSlo-
S compose of dispen s of ptent ble along on the same lines as here- cu, too. Another in your place might
vera members content the ofore. have told us in ours that it was none
bcveraes: its members content theni- rof our business, and there would have
*eivcs with assisting in the dispeni-, Uncle Henry Watterson's definition been a lot of soft talk as to respect
tion of numerous and sundry kinds of f a "drunk" is "one who Ics down and for the dead by way of excuse, leaving
jt:tice. feels upward for the ground." If that us to infer that similar "accidents"
fes u r for te ground If t eight occur at any time in any of out
is the Kentucky variety it must be ships. And. by way of making assur-
G overnor Blanchard mighty bad. ance doubly sure, let us have all the
s. Governor JTIL- testimony when the sole surviving
5vs. Governor J *S. It may be that Czar Nicholas sees guilty man is tried. Let us hear his
A declaration of war by Governor in the war a good way to get rid of side as well as ours. Perhaps you
.~. hard, of Louisiana, against Go- surplus nihilists. might concede it is our right to hear
SA it all, but we make no unpleasant
r: .lell:s, of Alabama, over the, claims just now. If you will call for
qu t-si. cf quarantine regulations is Czar Nick is about due to make an- the records in your oce you will find
t rxpcr,: in the near future unless the other dive under the bed at Tsarskrje- that such rights were not recognized
Alcan ;a executive modifies the ukase Selo. when there was an accident to the
aanst t-ru-n of reieMs through issouri-rather a succession of them.
gai; st tt rbtn of refugees through e peace conference is proving a Instead of "punishment for the guilty"
tha. s-tate before the expiration ort e p s by whose sins of omisslon or commis-
seven da. s r-in i e time of leaving sfat thing for the cable companies. sion lives were sacrlced, we heard The fol
y incr l placc. The Birmingham ABOUT NEWSPAPER ADVERTI only of compliments and meo'als and sacola Jo
A .-a irc. T the ern m Af NEW A.R ADVERTI rewards because Americans didn't day duri
Age-H-ra ,l riscs to the defense of ING. jump overboard and lose their heads with the
Alabaimas go.ercer ani criticises th. g.-enerally. The captain in command
contentic~ of Governor Blanchard, asl AS YOU MAY JUDGE THE SIZE will soon be an admiral on the record daily:
loilows: OF A GREAT STATUE BY THE SIZE thus mide. July 1
Alabarma perm.i.s refugees oing O'F THE FOOT' OF A LION BY HIS' You know. Mr. Bonaparte, the besrtuly 2
ointI ^u r eouns to pai s CLAWS, 80 YOU MAY COM.i ment are wanted ,c.T t'-we complicate., July 3
otsr ou. a, her c, s S PUTE THE SIZE AND ENTERPRISE: nachlntea called n:c.lIer. rijr.s of war. uJly 4
.doub.. a :a ni m- hey ca nt AND IMPORTANCE OF A STORE BY Togo has shown -aw '8," value of good. July 5
sv aae un la' te enseven. THE VOLUME AND QUALITY OF n'aterial. TLer. tI pie::y of the very uly 6
das Oawa fron an :nf c point. A ITSADVERTISING. best at your call. I'rov.ded there is aiJuly 7
) ew Or'ea:.s nman could, or example, TS
go to KWe.st Poini. ;ia.. and in an hour's fair deal and just!!:e for all, but Amer- July
time he oulI -Tum rnto mabama. it' One of the oldest adages in the cans worth- bing r'll not be treated July 9
the nule were otherwise. This would world is thbi: "It is necessary that'ss dogs n.1 they r!!l not o where July 10
FScticali. ab:li.- a;: quarantine he who looks for gain shouldd incur fos are put over th and favoritism July 11
against New Orianr people. -expense" And yet :here are still a: rles rtheo rqot. Therefore you are July 12
Governor Blaenc;ard w:,s instigated few merchants who balk at "the ex put to it for a!ors. There is-but oneJuly 13
to et;ack tht- .\ a;lama urantine by-pcse" of adequate advertising. ja'a g tt tg u r are july 1
o~ne Waher :.vho a bumpdoubairgu, t-.! ",~;: lare entered uponJiuly 14
one Witersc .. ~-bo a umpiou'y. ., to it. we beg of you. i Total1
oflcer of he sgar t rust. At hi' sug. Bulwer Lyttod said that "The easi-! w n3 th of fier Total
question Go)vrnor Blanciar(d go- as- est person to de0elve is one's own cha:gc sE" in a le pWeo and let a Avera
tide the federal con:* ir ntn, claiming sc'f." You cannot, for Instance, co.- -e.n',n sentd class"- dre-, ar I here
that Alabama hat n, right to interfere vice your stucessful conrpetitor ttiui",-,;e- e .tllng -'water-tender" manlpu-
with interstate passenger traffic, qutte he is advertising too much. s .n -hen they didn't know a ment is c
forgetting that publ.,e health out-: .- ir':aI a cock in the technical words on f
i^ 1r-1:an a coki -the teelinlea ords 013 fl
ranks al' other rizghs :.nd even :: Every day the story of ,your ore! nIz.eV of the witnesses; it. soundA
meeds be suspends thern. A sovc eign should be as full: told as is the most too mrncb like "Aoomals acting" in
state has a righ- to keep its people interesting an4d mport.alt news story care (of our state department, while
from the ravages of a scourgm that in the raper. YMr. Taft merely "Pits on the lid." If or
means d ath to many and injury to --- -have no other intert n that navy,~ on
alL Governor Blanchard's constitu- 'Ther &rr:. no vIi, ories without e-- Mr. Bonaparte we pay for it, and we this 31t
tional objection is not good, and even thusiasm." and rarely is there enthuq- have curiosity; we may be eLBed on
*q agent of the sugar trust must con- asm, In advertising, without victories. to pay for more, .'ade wa vwry
T


nmW Ul' to taow whether we e
ettlng a Togo article or only a Bo-
strensky procession. We never ex-
ect to need It, except for tenders to a
resineatial summer home or a parade
Sthe Mediterranean. or a social
nket.ti EaStern waters, but, then,
e mighl get up a scrap with Vene-
cela. W& might send it against sole
orm-eatei masonry in South Ameri-
a, or we might want to duplicate the
ip of the Oregon in the years to
(me; could we venture it against
anything better than Spanish hulks if
e firemen and oil tenders were it
barge? :N
Excuse us, Mr. Bonaparte, but the:
condition of dther departments makes
s a bit nervous. Please talk plainly
i the officer who drew his pay and
ft his subordinates to look after his
uties. Might if not be well to "re-
re" some of the officers who are
azy or mere dancing Dervishes, or
city fops, and let the "subordi-
ates" get the pay as well as the
ork? #Please, Mr. Bonaparte, do as,
iuch as Mr. Whitney did. Set ai
andard for those who will come'
'ter, for we cannot hope to have you
Dng if you proceed' as you have be-,
i.


fo o~ne- O1Cat- -rn4~aM


things mud doethdw w4lL.3.-
S stores clt -Wto greyimt, stoW
S falling hiar, iurs M tV hair grw,
curesduidruff. lsn hhisenou
foro one ratltiPat-I&A="~f


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EW METHOD LA UDRY,


LW. LAWIWUSE;.Poom


N.. 8 WA. 81. *iiC A C8fM.


Waller S. Hooton,
GAmeral Dealer in


Ncydss, Nqcle Sunafits


ad fuuttiS
CYCLES REPAIRED.
CYCLES FOR RENT.
Iron Safes, Cash Register Ty* .
writers, Guns, Pistols Lock.i an.i LC.
brellas repaired.
Lawn Mowers, Scissor*. Kn:v,..
ets.. sharpened.
Most complete line if keys ina
city.
Try Hooton'3s fols e -v ^
when in a hurry to ~r-n.l m n.--,
12 EAST INTENDENCIA ST.


PHONE 1133.


L EAL VERTISEi.TS,


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Lealvw mwmb 6 p. aL. for PensaCola
FRED A. SWEET, shafts of Blanchard's envy when the l e a oo P o I ac l descj that na
Pavite p at S tat ion o.. Brat aPcknowledoe s ah' .' tecut i
Circulation Mgr. "state rights" trouble arose, aid vwho* trip' 1 th itao oIt lp a t thcrol Cgy 1 ntet ar the ause
SwithoUt broggadoclo, or ostentfatlm, trip, purposes fi aer set forth
to and sfibscribed before me brought credit on the whole state by. 9R i.at R. at .pur0koses e a seh forthnd se:
day of July, 19. When Vardaman quits playing to reaa e cial thl 2n dayMllAguir. A. D. I
'-4 J. P. STOKES. thp" Palliesr he. wil bw a. -. G. CLARK.
M Notary PabIIC, 5t*Wie a si tiewry arl re. -I 4. aperior Coo
w. COB Jan. Ilt, I


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1wum?-ur 9 a* Notice Is hereby giv.n *',; .
RAC OF_ TH : plication for these i' . 1.r
RTANCE OF THE b' F 9ESHNES made to the Go',ror a
ISLAND OF SAKHALIN E r'FM of Floria'a, at Tallahn..- ,
.L, OF S L day, September 12. 19,:
wksonville Times-Union.) are the prim qualities in The undersigned.
Sdngs and prescriptions, hereby make applia .
?## #t.#? -,-#W ? r, patent, Incorporating n : ,.
s arYOU GEumT nOTH HERE. iates into a corpr,-,.
's argument as to the tIM., ance with the i2w .
e of Sakhalin to her cuts both distant too great and the following charter
For the very reason that the tan The name of ...
s valuable to Russia, it is valu purchase too small for shall be Yellow Pine .
Japan. Russia objects to giv IMMEDIATE delivery and its place of bu..r
the island because its posses- C VC. .-r la.
Japan would enable that na- night or day. e general nar.
threaten and invade the Asa- .. t ae general narr.
t of Siberia and prevent corn- buying o bd selling of
on between the mainland and buySPECIALTYg and selling of
ific. Japan wishes the island MAIL ORDERSlA SPECIALTY factoring of naval, sr
she wishes to be able toseln other wood produce.
and invade the Pacific coast PHONE 1100 selling of merchandise.
a and because sh. wishes to o all thing. incide,.
o cut off Russia's communica THE BIRTH PLACE OF PROMPT DELIVERY. ,ress, and the acquisi)n 1:
*h the Pacific. ,__ and dispo.itton o .
about half a century ago the and personal, which : ..
about half a cen-ury ago the .. ...... : or convenient for rh-
elonged to Japan. Even it or convenient for
value, sentiment would urge said purposes.
take it back. 3. The amount o
now has an opiortunitvy COMFORT CORDIALITY CIUSNE. shall be two bun
the question of supremacy in sand dollar-i ($250.0<,o.
East once for all, and she cau- S U THM 1 1 H O T shares of one h;: -
lamed for proposing to do s-). S O U TH E R N O TEW w ($100.00) each, and sha'. a
sential that she should. Of Pensacola, Fla. cash upon the cail ',
nations, Russia is vastly more. ROOMS WITH RUNNING WATER AND PRIVATE BATH& fo. nThe said eor9 ra
Present conditions canno. ROOMS WITH RUNNING WATER AND PRIVATE BATHS. for ninety-nine 9) y-;-
t on to continue. At present LARGE SAMPLE ROOMS. date cf granting letter.- .r
army is a perfect fighting ma- po l& Weekly Rates for T bl5. The business shall .
ably command-d. Russia's F.TLbBOWENMage.by a board of seven or .-
s not shown an equal orga..:- F. manager. as provided by the by-law -
r as good handling. But there Formerly of Windsor and Ara gon Hotels, Jacksonvrille, Florida. dent, one or more vice-pre-. .,*.' .
arantee that the s.iame will be provided by the by-laws. awri a :
i, twenty, fifty .ears hence tary-treasurer. The -rect-r- -a.
ier or later there will be more P! ected annually at the m
railroad line connecting Rus-i the stockholders to he h-i n -
urope with the Pac!fic. Japan ..*---.-epO-*::0 ..** ..0 SSU" --Sp... ....,0 second Wednesday in Oct.-. :
nak hay while the sua the officers shall be electP I "..
Sthat shie the s1n b URO LIVboard of directors at a mneer'n.,
I n aims that she has not been h eld on the samW C. Vereen 'a
ed.o Her Europe.an territory U I I T IS O LW I I election, C. Vercen shall -
rom invasion, but she has lo-t .< i denr, .1. R. Saunders. drst vi.
battle. The war nas progress- It will pay you to investigate our prices before buying your I denw. J. If. Smitbwlick. secon,i
neigh to make it reasonably president, ard M. E. WVlbn.
hat what Japan wishes in the Hardware, Sash, Doors, Blinds or Lumber. tary-troa-,urer; and W. C. Veree,
t she can take and hold. R. Saunners, J. H. .mithiwic. H .
may not make peace now. We also handle Paints, Oils, Brick, Lime and Cement. covingon, J. J P r %. w. H:.
aid to have half a million men and C. M. Covintop, -`hal. c, i
huria and in Eaitern Siberia. We can save you money on eVSrything. the board of directors.
mraths months the men wiii t 6. The highest arnjmnt f .. ,
f ftlm any possibility of ma- ness to which the corprawor i .
Enforcement trom Europe dur- any time 3bject t -:; a *a..
next six months. Jpan idur : Saunders M ill Company Ihundred tbhousa=n t ar-
time will be free to increase ,* 000.00).
million to a million. Every 7. The name-. r .
elay will add to .'er relative Offices 29 East Garden Street, Phone 717. amounts snabscrib or ,.
a refuses to a JapanFactorys North Palafox Street. Phone 1130. I scriber. are as fen (,.
*sla refuses to accept Japan'sit W. C. Vereen. Mmi:ri*. a
w, she will probably find them r 1200 Shares ...........
ere next year. k peace maap 1140090 ,-9 j. H. Smithwick ,
-ould probably necessitate th- Ga.. 50 Shares...
P of all Eastern Siberia. .3elf W. H. Barber, Mo,'lr ,- ;
iOn is nature's first law, ana F ,-, UNIVERSITY OF THE 500 Shares ............ .
ts Japan to damage Russia in STATE OF FLORIDA. J R. Saunder. .
East as much as possible. THAT MAN VARDAMAN. *: Fla., 200 Shares ..
___ a Hattiesburg Eye. Embracing the following subjects: H. L. Covington Pu-
..- I. Language and Literarure-A four- Fla. 250 Shar- . *)
I# year course lvadii:g to the degree o J. G. Pace. Pn, ,
journal Printed Our. :' acheior ofArts, Greek Is not re. 50 S hares .... ., ..
quiired, but is offered as an elective C M. Co vingo..
A rare and peculiar specimen of thi throughout the course. Fla 250 Sha .......
e duly, 1905, a genus homo--this Vardaman. II. General Science-D!vided int .)
A man of many sides and many three course; 1. Chemical course: Total Shares 7,..
Total Of characteristics. A man who at timesIattematca: urse: Natural nllstory In witness wh'-, f
ta.hcourse. No G,'eh and only entrance tioneri subscrb,-r.*
shows every evidence of being a dema- Latin is requir-ed in these courses. A s signed their n..it::.6.
gogue of the most dangerous type. and four-year courses. ". -
at others employs such consummate III. Agriculture-Four-year and two J. H ." "
Slogic and far-seeing wisdom as to. year courses. r W. it o.
brand him as a statemn of n MehanicaCiviawl Electrica H.
highest oro'er, a logician of deep- E lnineering. Q0- a two-year course H.
founded premises, a solon who hai :;. Mechanic No Latin or Greek isJ.G.
COPIES discovered the foundation of tru required in Ii. or IV. The full course C. 3 ( IN N
statescraft. tndr IT., Ill. ad IV. lead to the de-
A truly wonderful man-a novus gre of Bachelor of Science; the short State of Florida. Coun': .f E F a
or a average homo--a man who combInes the ursto a CertifiCate of Proficlen-y Before the subscribea- a .
statesman and the demagogue, the V. Pharmacy-A full two-yea. r curs .:c in and for said Staer an
logic of the philosopher and the unmr'- to be begun in September,. 19 e rsonailly appeared. .1i t. I .
s ning passionate prejudice of the a- VI. Normal--Th, courses for, H. L. CovIngton. J. G. Pacor-h.."
tutored and illiterate. A tmani r f or :eacherg: A one-year oourse leading to; Covington. known to n -4
pendous egontf>m, yet ev'r reedy for a re:"!--lcate, A three-year course lead-1 individuals described b' -al I n-::.
ALY self-lnmulation in the advancement of e to at i. eDiploma; A foure-yeard anddd acknowledged tha ":hey ta
mhis princesle.. A man who one in>course leading to the degree of Bache.. the foregoing instrument for
meant appeals irresis.ibl:- to the un-lor of Pi-dagogy. and purposes therein seT for,
thinking through passion and preju.h .oo and purposes therein set for b
lowing figures show The Pen- ice.alon ea is denounced witcon- An ample. corps of competent teach- Given under my hand ani -
urnal's circulation for each tempt by the reaponer and stralghtfor.-. e A d chihCna r tu---Expenses ln.| clal, this 28th day of July. A P A
g ths month of Jnly, 1905, tard thinker of high id n, but who, a "oard 2. to $150 per year. JOHN .1. GID"N
average number of copies I eore the words of co.nidemnatlon ral term open. September 27, 1905 Notary P "
have scarcely died on t_;e lips, rises for Catalogue. Commission expires Feby. 21
to a height which comrnar.ds the re- ANDREW SLEDD, President.
4,250 July 16 4,500 ipect even of the wisest and best of Lake City, Forida. C
4,500 July 17 .... them. i -tate of Ge borgia, County of r.
July 18 4,200 One of tbo :-lost nf-it3tle chaaracter- B- ere the fubsadiber. a not-I
4,250 July 19 4,900. istl Oi ,arainan is hi, abi;; to EXV UR SI O E lrun al or said rate anW C 'r -
4,250 July 20 4,425 Turn every c:otrver-y in which he perso ally appeared W. C. Vera. "o e
4,250 July 21 4,200 becomes involved to his own personal. JUIUW.i H. Barber.l known to ame
4,850 July 22 4,300 advantage alnd seIlf-giorlficatiot, at theA inalvnduals described by tai. r-.i
4,250 July 23 4,450, same time apparently doing nothing and afkrowtedged that they f x ..
4,500 July 24 .... t, cause the outcome to be as It al- n regoisng htnrumen t for *..-
SJuly 25 4300 1lays is. His work in this direction, Gel purposes therein aset for h
4. Jyuly 26 4 as sonc one Las suggested, is like the. Given e cal tis er my hand and sA.
4,250 July 2 4 rpidy revolving ripsaw; it turns so W U mre cal thi 31st day of July. A i '
4,250 July 28 4,300! ast that it seems to be standing still.( W. S. STOKr:-
4 July 430 theh recent sqabble with Louisiana. S urSunda ny, as follow Commission expires March ,
4,250for the month .30....275 It awaso thde pe v Leave CitJ at a. a for Station. r-
tge per day ...........4,341 sary though true charge against the sa a t p. m. for Pe G iaountyof c
y certify that t.3 above state- heeth authorities t L uisi He -e .ae Pessola Staoio Sp Co s a a :
'orrect according to the ree. t asthep atelmn h erl who Lve Sation 4 p. m. for Gul s an County. personally appeared .
ile in this office. with quiet dignity ignored the lealous etrnota S thwck k t me to be


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THE PENSACOLA JOV,*tAL, SATURpA.Y MORNING, AUQQiAT tUS? I-8


J er's 2-piec
were $8.50,

2-piec
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! SALE
Qcj


. CiothingStore


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Se


Sale


We have lust completed our semi-annual stock taking and find that we have left over some odds and ends of merchandise that must be cold 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.


ILTMG.
STI .""
e Suits that
now ...
e Suits that
now .. .. ..
e Suits that
now .....


$5.75
$7.00
$8.00


are especially slaught-
Css of cost.


) p .cent rOdutton ol all Men's
it. We s till have a nice line of
-piece Suits at this reduction in Blue
Serge, Blacks and Fancies.
EXTRA COATS.
50 Blue Serge Coats were $300 to
4.50, all to go in this e f
sale .. ............ i to t


BEGINS SATURDAY MORNING


SUEIG


75 pairs Men's Tweeds and Cassi-
meree-will not run or fade. This is
an exceptional value at .
See window. I i.
About 250 pair, more or less, broken
were $2.50 to $4, at..(1
at .. .. .. ... $IJSI to 4$3


All our $3.00 Shoes
at.. ........ ..
100 pairs Men's Shoes, the
$2.50 kind, at ........


$250
$195


In Patent leather, box calf and vici.
This Is undoubtedly the best line of
Shoes ever offered for the money any-
where.


This is undoubtedly one of the grandest offerings made
to Pensacola people this season. This no fake or graft, but
good merchandise at slaughter prices. Come see the oods.


BOYS' PANTS.


Sizes 4 to 10 Years.


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


SHIRTS,
All 50 and 75e Shirts, real cus- A4
tom made, at .. .. .. .. ..
All $1.00 and $1.50 Underwear,
now.... ............ ..75
A lot Men's Odd Drawers, 19c.
A lot of Men's Odd Drawers, fine, 35c
About 20 doz. Men's White Shirts,
large sizes, 16'/2 to 18, which we will
close at 35c.
*


M. & 0. CLOTHING STORE S.. 323
Palafo


& 6 PENSACOLA
DIVISION BONDS
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Pe on what seemed to be final author- fLORALA TEAM
i.- that there was little or no chance FLORA l I T AMV
ol Ionds ibing called, but if any call
should be made it could only be fori AGAI THF W INN R
:hl current year, and the company
!had no power to exercise for past
S.ars. On investigation of the poinw!
:yv counsel. Storey. Thorndlke, Palmer Special to The Journal.
: Taylor. holders of called bonus have
;-cn advised that the terms of the Floral., Aug. 25.-Bus:ness was ai-
rgage do not warrant calling the 'most entipely suspended today and
,snds for the years 1889 t) 1904. in- ev-ryody who was able 'o do so wit-
siv. nd t'he clim of the company messedd the second baseball game of the
:lhnt such bonds can be calle.i will be iotly contested series between 'f ora-
ar;'iel to the courts for a dwisionl !a and Greenville. As in the game
and holders of the called bonds are yesterday Florala cleaned up the vis-
iritted to cooperate in protecting Iors in fine style, the score being,
their interests' Florala 3, Greenville 0. The attend-
ance was fully five hundred. The bat-
teries were: Florala. Helms and Caw-
Sick headach- results from a disord- thon; Greenville, Robinson and Baker.
c'red condition quickly cured by Chamberlain's Stom- Base hits. Off Helms 2; off Robin-
a-ch an Liver Tablets. For tale by son 10.
aia .ruggists. Struck out: By Helms 8; by Rob-


F. E Brawner


inson 10.
Time of game 1:35.
Umpire Sessoms.
A large amount of money was wao
ered upon the result of the game. Tih,
teams will meet again on Saturday.
A little forethought may save you
to end of trouble. Anyone who makes
i, a rule to keep Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy al
hand knows this to be a fact. For
sale by all druggists.
WM. JOHNSON%& SON HAVE SE
CURED THE AGENCY FOR ONE OF
THE LARGEST EXCLUSIVE TAI
LORING HOUSES IN THE EAST
AND ARE NOW PREPARED TC
TAKE YOUR ORDER FOR THAT
FALL SUIT. CALL IN AND EXAM
INE THEIR ELEGANT LINE OF
SAMPLES. 26aug7t.


F. E. Brawner
<^ 'g


TjA^OST anid FIRST

On account of immense shipments of Fall and Winter Goods opened up in the past two weeks,
and which are daily arriving, I am compelled to dispose of many summer goods still on hatd,
therefore sooner than store them away, I have decided to make a


GREAT SACRIFICE SALE
for the benefit of my patrons. This winding-up sale of the season will be for four days only,
commencing Saturday morning and ending Wednesday evening, as my



Grand Opening of Fall and Winter Goods
will take place Thursday, the last of August, and Friday, the first cf September, Remember
the LAST AND T7H FIRSTl! A cordial invitation is extended to the people of Pen-
sacola and surrounding villages. Be prepared for an early Fall and come to the


F. E. Brawner Opening.


I will place such prices on these bright, new goods which will surely induce you to buy early. My dress
goods department will astonish you this season, as I bought heavily while in New York, with the assistance of A.
Stob.rt, the expert buyer of dress goods and cloaks They are the latest and finest and will be on display Thursday
and Friday. See them1

See the Ladies' Tailor-Made Suits, Jackets, Dolmans, Gravenettes and Ulsters on Display.
Come to the opening. All my fine Men's, Youths' and Boys' Suits and Pants on display Friday, the first of
Scptcmber. Deposits received on all election Appnded are a few items in my four-day final Wind-Up Sale
before the opening:


EAr


5 DOZEN BOYS' WAISTS 10c
M.
DOZEN BOYS' MOTHER'S
END BRAND WAISTS, each 23c
O3ZEN LADIES' 10 VESTS,
.. .. ... *.. .. 5


L: -ACE OF IMPORTED PURE
-EE SILK, PER Yd.. ...2c
-. ;i' BATISTES AND LAWNS
p ARD. D .. .. .. .. .. ..Sc
:: AD:ES- WALKING SKIRTS
'--L F7R FALL AND WINTER
4 ^E5 AT.. .. .... ..$2.15
Ez-L;:E OF 25c WHITE BELTS
A '. E-,,- .. .. .. .. .. .. ..13c
': D "S MEN'S PANTS, BLACK
ANC CCLRRED. PAIR.. .. .. 92Z


25 DOZEN BABY'S CAPS, 35c VAL-
UE TO CLOSE AT, EACH.. .... 19c
25 DOZEN BABY'S CAPS, $1 VAL-
UE TO CLOSE AT, EACH .. ..48c
YOUR OWN PRICE. 10 DOZEN
SOILED LACE CURTAINS USED IN
DISPLAY.
BALANCE OF PURE SILK MULL,
PER YARD.. .. ...... .. .. ..14
GREATEST BARGAINS IN LADIES
FANCY COLLARS EVER OFFERED.
SEE THE BARGAIN TABLE OF
REMNANTS AND MUSLIN UNDER-
WEAR.
I WILL CLOSE OUT A LOT OF
PIECE VELVET WHICH I BOUGHT
CHEAP IN NEW YORK.


MOSQUITO BARS IN THIS SALE.
25 DOZEN WHITE BED SPREADS
AND COUNTERPANES, EACH 89c
SEE MY WINDOW FOR BARGAINS
IN MEN'S SUITS AND PANTS
WHICH I AM CLOSING OUT PRIOR
TO MY GRAND OPENING ON THE
LAST AND FIRST.
SEE THE LADIES' 10c AND 121/c
HOSIERY WHICH I 'AM SELLING
AT Sc PAIR. BUY A DOEN 60c.
NO SPACE FOR MORE.
COME TO THE SALE.
COME FIRST TO THE SALE AND
THEN THE OPENING.


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'REDUCING


INSPECTION


THE




~IN


FORCE


Only Five Sanitary Inspectors are
S Now at Work, as the City
Is in Good Con-
dition.
Owing to the excellent sanitary con-
dition of the city there remain at work
only five sanitary inspectors of the
fourteen who were on duty a few
weeks ago. The inspectors have cov
ered the city thoroughly, and the pro-
gress male In the inspection of houses
and vacant lots has been very satis-
factory to the officials.
As conditions now exist the city is
it a better sanitary condition at this
season of the year than at any tmle
during the past five years, and the
?uthoritles not only intend to keep it
in this condition but to improve upon
it 4t possible. .
*In cleaning up the city the city offi-
cials have met with the hearty co-op-
eration of the residents, who realized
the importance of placing their prem-
ises In a thoroughly sanitary condi-
tion. In fact whenever inspectors
have given orders for the places to be
cleaned up they have been willingly
obeyed, and out of the entire number
of notices served, only two parties
have been arrested for failure to com-
ply with the same.
In reducing the force of inspectors
from fourteen to ftve the authorities
did so by oaegrees, cutting off a few
men each week as the work progress-
ed, and there now only remains five
men on this work, four of whom are
regular inspectors.
CHICKEN GUMBO TONIGHT.
Chicken gumbo, sphagetti, steak, fish
and oysters at White's tonight.
BULWER'S ODDITIES.
STle Plakt the Atber Made Aralrst
SigU of 01a Ame.
Bulwer's appearance was decidedly
what is generally understood by "aris-
tocratic" or what the French call "dis-
tingue." Tall, slim, with finely cut
features, prominent among which was
a long aquiline nose, with an abundant
crop of early brown hair and a full
beard. the first impression he pro-
duced, aided by a careful toilet, was
one of ease and elegance. At a din-
ner table, where he liked to speak,
and, if possible, to speak alone, he was
certainly useful as well as ornamental
with his larp blue ribbon and star of
the Order of the Bath. There was a
certain mnrete, strange as that word
may senod when applied to so confirm-
ed a man of the world, in his vain and
very apparent struggle against the Ir-
realitlble encroechment of age. He
Md Pot rve tn wih that philosophical
rP,,loip- which might have been ex-
pectedof ome so clever and In some re-
spects so wie. He fought against it
tooth and nall Lord Lytton's hair
seemed dyed and his face looked as
it art had been called In to rejuvenate
t. A quack In Paris had pretended
to eme bNI growing deafness, a con-
Sstant source of legitimate grief to
Shim. He was radiant one autumn on
his return to town because he thought
be was eared, but not for long. The
coplos ae of snuff was no doubt
part of the attempted cure, of which
the most palpable realts were large
dark red Sr blue pocket handkerchiefs,
quite out of harmony with his other-
wise elegant tilt, His expressions of
regret at'st Impaired digestive organs
had something Iqdicroos about it He
would point with a sigh to a rosy
cheeked American apple and say, "To
I think that there are people who can eat
that?
One ofb hs physical inflrmites-his
deaftess-proved a bar to hib ainbi-
Stoa. He war sorely disappointed
when Lo4C Beaconsflel. Instead of in-
etuding him In his last cabinet, "kick-
ed him Wr` ar" lito the house of
loda, pttrimpalty b~es be could not
toaow bte ia b- adolph Iahman'sa
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DRUG


LEADERS i

he people of Escambia. County,
s well as the manufactures gen,,
rally, look upon us as the drug
leaders of this part of the coun-
ry. Hence, everything in drug
lore goods comes to us first,
nd people come here first for
heir drug store needs. They
ave learned that that saves
rme and trouble and is most
atidactory.

4 Fill Your Prescriptions.
I$ OVER TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND SINCE
IMB HAVE BEEN IN BUSINESS.
A. D'ALEMBERTE,
Drtggist and Apothecary. 121 S Palafox.


Humanity r Prism.
It Is true there are peculiar spedl-
mens of humanity in prisons-cranks,
freaks, degenerates and hardened and N
vicious characters-bit so are there all
these outside the prisons mixed in with
the other people of the world In the dif-
ferent grades of society. The dellber-
ate professional criminal, with pecul- Piano H house!
far and pronounced characteristics and
forming a different type of man and
woman, is too infrequent to constitute
a definite class unless he, with many
others not In prison, be considered We can sve you money and satis
a member of a diseased class In hu- you if you desire a tirst-class Piano.
inanity. Those who do not agree with New Pianos from $100 to $600.
tis Impression and persist In believing Be sure to see the Baby Piano-
that there is a distinct, typical crim- smallest regular Piano made for young
Final class must, it they study society and old alike, $100 to $175.
and also become familiar with the in- It will pay you to call or write us.
mates of our penal Institutions, admit
that only a small portion of the class
are confined thereln.-C. E. Ordway In TUNtING A SPECIALTY.
Atlantic. PHONE 476.
HaMsmau ature.
"We tried a new experiment In out i
town." said the man with silver rim- CLUTTER & RUSHING
med spectacles. "We thought that the
tendency to vanity was so great that 12 E. Government Street.
there ought to be some reward for peo-
ple who were capbl)e of standing PENSACOLA, - FLORIDA.
aside and rejoicing ln the tieeess of
others. So we orgaippsed a MkBety and j
arranged for the ppWee0tatIM' amod-
est medas YELLWFEVER
"How did It wodrl?
"Badly. As soon as a map Ws one
of the medals be would swt up and
get so proud that we'd hav to take Need Have No Terror for Yo.
it away from hlm."-Washingtot Star.


The TurklJs PhoIsrmi
Postrl conditions In the InteIr of
Turkey are still in a patrt-lil stage
of evo!ntlon. When a pROtman ar-
rives in a village on molebak he dls-
ributes tho letters In a puble place,
giving each his own, and then putting
'." -*iredl ones Into-te bands of
relatives or acqualtaer of those to
whom they are addres4 Yt it ts
said that 99 per cent reac tbet des-
tination.

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Nearly every reader has heard of
Doan'-" Kidney Pila. Their good work
in i',r acola still oo ip ges, and ou,
ti:::i.-s are constantly adding en-
."sFcnt by pntl 1T'testmoy. N'.
;:f.or proof of mp*it ar- be ba than
Sthe experiesee of friends ad n elig-
i lors. Read this 0ma:' -
S rs. F. B. Albertm lbli t O3 East
Belmont street, -aJ i.l.'My omthei
has used several ,O E- DQSi' .Kid-
ney Pills which lbei-ll N ti g aid
ney Kahb's drg $te*- No. South
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to Mankind
IS THE ONLY POSITIVE
PREVENTIVE AND


ONLY 50 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
SOLD AT NICK APOSTLE'S RES.
TAURANT.
X Manlfaotured by
BOSO MEDICINE MANUFACTUI
ING COMPANY,
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.
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Palafox street. She values them vry
highly. She has suffered several
from her kidneys and back for ywr &
Loan's Kidney Pills have relieved hb ,-
o,) the backache and made ber iW
neys stronger and better in every we .y
than they have been in many years.
For sale by all dealers. Prite i -.1
cents. Fbster-Milburn Co, Sa IM -
N. Y. sole agents for the lTatts
StateS.
Remember the --D
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MORNING, AUOUST 24, l.L


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POSTAL TELEGRAPH COMMERCIAL CABES.
CLARENCE H. MACKAY, President.


NIGHT TELEGRAM.


The Pseta Telerapk.Cis Commuj Iuuprat) tramfta and iskers Night flesg.: subject to the tom sand Cwudik. puiated the
back of this hint.


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Owensboro, Ky., Aug. 23, 1905.


CITY CLEANING


UP SEVILLE


SQUARE[

Street Forces Spent Yesterday in
Cutting Down Weeds and
Placing it in Con-
dition.


SThe M Beerw

That Made Milwaukee Famous


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vwi be mad- for "hr :noui;ng of ail
ere te esit is (,-,her exh'b:?s. -uch as 'iv-- "'oek.
always obtainable. poul.r, .*c-
'The ',n'"' -'.e premn *.m I -t coir -
u:.- I Mt 3 orr-. "' ,. i>( uut in a
Sda a kinds of Fish, Soft Shell e fre, .-
AM kinds of Fish, Soft Shell cl '1-1 to a ,-v ,,r,,t-,yap, f-r .


Crabs, Western Meat-
REGULAR DINNER SERVED DAILY,1
25 CENTS.


Crambo
1VJetm.


GO CRABBING. LOTS OF
FUN D:PP:NG THEM
UP--AND "GOOD EAT-
;NG," TOO.
25 cents.
F'~SH:.NG TACKLE IN
ABUNDANCE.


COME'S BOOK STORE,
23, S. Falafox St.
123 Phone.

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A Warning to Mothe.-s
To u t -r ti.. 'sii-t
w-a2 rl e -hmrn t-. hot w -c~ct hr
:.h(- "j mc~ To t iai*I
.-airs juie A.ar'e -


on th< ch, 1 a
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, 'irp <" .. :.- ." I] .- :. (r, 1''- ai"r
u.nbs'iitut,-, g:'.: i i oll-fash-ione-d
Sas," o,'. a:J ':at ": is :re-h. a<
--ancii oi1 npa;s :. at.. has a t'--i
dtr.cv tO ip. I t .-t s ot ch-.- ;
C o.e-a at 1 -. Renme'y an.l
:hen a z '.f a,- r o 'i and the ,m!: -J
S wi : bp ";*-c'..ed in ;ts .ic r
'an'. a .' avorilei!. Th- .* .
. a>.- t:i. : a" s.n'oiMd be rnx-;i:-'
C: an' I .'cad. f.,r in tan l ,
- a :" r". i 'ndication of a,',"
.*-,, ;rc',-' "- ar.e.-ars. This is ti
r L >: L'. .-* i ; ": tr n.. t re'E-i1 upoa wit.- implicit con-
i :{wp:- .;: a o-e t ot el..:) .'a infaL3
Sturn. l'or sa.e by a:l d:Caists.
WM. JOHNSON & SON HAVE SE-
CURED THE AGENCY FOR ONE OF
THE LARGEST EXCLUSIVE TAI-
LORING HOUSES IN THE EAST.
AND ARE NOW PREPARED TO
TAKE YOUR ORDER FOR THAT
FALL SUIT. CALL IN AND EXAM-
INE THEIR ELEGANT LINE OF
SAMPLES. 2,aug7t.

OLD PAPERS

Is o"I winll 'wn new
mng Wky a Sapers
aer I? This wlH uM ke a ttting
wer b~ter aa4 bem the Wnomz0.
er ths wter. Old paper caa be.
boht atb Jh mIM at i*o per hJ
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CHICKEN GUMBO AND SPEGHETTI
SATURDAY NIGHT AT 630 O'CLOCK


Fr--h Bre-ad ldaiy and]
tv-hP~a:"ejColec. Ice
&C.r Ca~ ndGke r'is
1irisand weddails
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BRING YOUR

"SWEET TOOTH"
TO OUR REFRESHMENT
PARLOR. OUR

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CREAM
WILL FIT IT TO THE
PROVERBIAL "T"-THE Almost any of the lightweight wool- parts, the upper one shirred in yoke B
BEST THAT I. ens will make up pretty in this charm-. shape over the hips and falling full to
ing design. The original is In hen- the knee line. Here the second or
ieta of a soft rose pink one. T flounce part is applied, tucks above:
bodice is fashioned after the surpi te the hem of the upper part concealing
bthe joining; and these same tucks are
design, the collar and chemisette ar likewise employed at the foot iow
KanY Kitchen Cae soft white linen cambrlo, which may weight th* somewhat sheer material
Kany c ae, e embellished after almost any ftd- and make it set smartly. Each tucd
cy. Deep tucks in the shoulder dis-;is decorated with a ruffling of narrow!
140 S. PalataL Phoe 999 pose of the fullness, and the folds Valenciennes lace. which makes for'
cross in the back Just as they do in a very dressy effect with but ltte
trout. The skirt 1 Ifahioed in tw)I labor.


Seville square will present a much
The Lewis Bear Co., Pensacola. beiaerace tda an it h PHONE 16. THE LEWI BEAR CO MAIN AD ALAOXPEN
in a number of months, due to the _.____
For the ninth consecutive year the government has just awarded f rc Th park, which under ordir_
n art conditi ons is one of the prettiest
us the contract to supply Green River exclusively for all the U. S. we and tallra, and additionCOM INON
other work towards beautifying the:
Marine hospitals. Quality tells. maer t a .wra AoE n .done.
One of the first matters that at- ...W A C L i-
tracted the attention of Mayor Bliss.
Green River Distilling Co. di:ion o the arebutown LINEo theG O O DS !
urgent necessity for cleaning -6 A AMlt
othtr portions ot the city and drain- n MISS ROSA L. RAIN ES
ing places where stagnant water haG 4 , o ,
formed, the work of placing Seville Will return to Pensacola again. She I now in the
... C U L -A square in condition had to be postpon- great Eastern markets selecting everything new anc
TedI for a few weeks. Yesterday. how- ..
Lb- F*Uia/^IT fAI ever. tTis was commenced and -he up-to-date in t e maunery mne. we can assure ou
D ILIE E S 1TINpac sl snows a greatly improved a thousands of customers that when the season opn
B IG AWIRALESS TIOT UAfRL A D PAKITY ea. tidOce. St ea wh t fY911
rIIIU1AlI here you will find The Big o Le aa SPFr ex fnst

FAIR AT DeFUNIAKT ANAs A ARE AT LEGASPI HE FINDING OF MOSES. and mot complete line ready-to-ward Fr
SPLANT PRACTICALLY COMPLET. y A shaped hats ever on display in this city before. Waii
< ED AND READY FOR TRANS. Legaspi, P. .. Aug. 5.-T he tran- o lrhes Erft. RainT She will hr with ry.
St a riearso ized the Gulf Coast airport Logan arrived here today wi Pulrsles are so nseparably a thing new and up-to-date in the mlliry line.
SCoast Fair and Ag i klUirl and Agricitural xposition. This MISSION OF MESSAGES. Secretary Taft and party. This ci:yl atPd in the mind with the finding of
.... Floi : now covers ail of We't Florida a ti.l a n .i --T-- which is the capitol of Albay provlnce.i Moses that it is dif liuilt to imaflne a
DEositin Will Be a Big Soui A;sbams. bu t there are no re-1 iht ".Attin ."- r2-T t wi Luzon, is 'he most prosperous in ap- parting of the incident In which the
anySouth in. b .tiea ne- 'egra-)u atatioa on An:iwasla Learance of any oMthe Philippine se-r


i..otraon of the ag icutura pos- C hief c a lis who are entire l omitted. The great paint-
WLt CONtINUE OUR AYS biites of the gri coast u antr 'oi ln ahr r '"id States'a Nine Drown by Cloudbursti er n gae the following explanation of - -
tWNO D ,M of e c ,oissRoosevelt wt Sir aurene-o Alma-Tdema of th


ElTOstrFDon of the aDtCunturad l poss- a. ons. Consre entire! nodomittein.I ble great paint-

tWILL BE SEEN- ^ECRETARYte tep astountorn ho s Th ocer in charge and his a.ts-rty wa cauNine Drown by Cloudburst. er gave the following plaaon of
WILL BNESEINU ECRVEWAY e-Ite ou- ig toards irpre ant.s irumnd atly set to wofth aD- inviwsto er on the Nile The word In the original .i ii I


Th e main feapopir of the nofair wilt 'a, e ri sa AR 1T O the nearest which the translators had
be the agricultural and mechanical ere tat their comma
Se- o re hnel et n t d Oudburst at Taainin e acrib the pr o ODD AND. END SALE
Ol ENI f as Firnd AeiclR uf atarn camp near Trinidad. Coo.ooded th,"blrnsh-u the atrized versions of the nany and his three ass



rh >n a -'o* husinte tcip. He ibe Of of h -rang feaat urwil1- in ants IsnI tt i located on e 'r-saton foe By Associated Press It over witofaty translation, ford
spoke in a mo-t enthusiastic mannerHe th. *ne of, :-he sinrong fetuones in Jpo: of AnaBta<-a l.-an4. about one Allentown. Pa.. Aug. *2.--Mr. an I It i<' a.c4ordiug to this rendering that until everything is "gobbled up." Hundreds of
o far which is t be given in De- for which a :arg nu r of clat hn e officer in charge and his aiht- Mr. An C. Df there are no such things as bulrush
F-oniak from Novenibr 1 to 4. and be- are alea in Trang. h aeaan n rso- Tr iSnaps are gone, a ewn veryot reai
livSTORR-. haG: Ir i b one of The most Livbe srto-k moen all orm er the soaurI' Whlr itre icstateion is c.rp'tete so day are the parents.ne tt iwe!e.nhv.th n $.5 n t in
cce fu' e s r gi n ths aratg faliie e rn hildrn. Th. parent. e fo $3.50 L es Strap Sandals all tyesIn now..................
pct,-on In pcairing of the attraction nihspt and enttiy lauk u aard the in .ca- ta T sinc olee i smaller dte- four i ears oi- -n:i ciai :-, h. e a tabelry, who wat vstoitne n the coin- $2.50 Ladies' Strap SandalOrs, all styles. now.................. .1
snd it-, ob.ec:T. *- a Journal reporter t}ens are tha- the-,- will hr rh,- lar st. Taols. ande nvnal role o with i r> stou"l a-lest fa-ile in At ernd. ae c '- tin was s sen' to the e.rn o where t5e $3.50 Ladles' Tan Oxfords, all styles, now.............$
la nih. b'e said: exthiit of pure brofd live ok of all rop of ere arri n was hin to look Oxfords all styles now
Th-. present' event is the outgrowth kinN.- ever gathered in any ectlon of rel. is finihed. and the machinery ago. Six pair, T :A arO n.w Lumn fr he-r grandpa. She ston returned.
of a local fair which has been held in the south and a -s i' al in place in the bred in th, famil cird.le. Deft is and said, f"Iimi ain't out there: ain't $6.00 Edwhn Clapp Oxfords. Tan or Black, now..............
DPuniak for th past six years. It lo in act. er o gai st:n ic adjois th op poyed a a an on r.hod there hto a man pee $5.00 Me's Oxfords all styles.........................
as btheen sulfh a lar factor in trh de- rates hav leen- pom d by the ra- ar: The rle Taroa. sthep hicgo N $o.00 Men'f Oxfords, a styles, nw ...................... ioned
interesing teuees in its welfare at.ndace ll -ar in 7 r t I e a-" is i fhe. A C>onpe 1 $3.50 Men's Oxfords, all styles, now ..........................
decided to increase its scope this dP^in to :h. ordinary he -l facii.::ies i firni r' is now en route her.l C/-i/,,r 7OUS;/olett Misses', Children's and Boys' Footwear in same proportion. as o
- g fok a p c ie x ina: men wl be co rabl quaee entire stock of Odds and Ends aasscradled Broken Lot Mut be Sold, rk of hyrand eared
S. was in the ciy as bu of a cracer hawi!l e- a alon and get your share of the plums
rzh' 0,n a ,us'ne trp. He it. One of h- mm lar ion s for a nsill .h





W"-( i Yo url uwho may com. at very eow ratis. w jr! G ea t '"- 1 r "
Ap pThe rtepartmen sI of 'rant un wortil
o 1ar k in c a osT rent giastincthe Br,ard o e Lady Ma-agers. with M un. yards n:east of he light-, Mr1. Alen C. Dff.(fikrR.hoh:spaieh pieture.-- -CambrS






the Old Reliable R. Brown a im.aern. and MM E. h a an.-s yeY E R SO C O .,
T H Cawhon. as secretary wili hav eSOday are he parents
w*! 1.b one of themostLivharge of rhes b-allch of the Streetsr u Fett F bL G' Folks.
Sea nd 'he list of premium for ihid de- p a
NIC K S rpartmnnt, arradg; hi y their. anva-tr-- n. Lais
tir conom:. neelt wwrk. ftoric-Iotur Pipes in the^ ciw. Bi- e te
p. an.! .irt. consigtinit'nt 'uot rereiv .i .
Ien ta; antt.' hsiThe Chanurn-qua amthePr o rand must b wooid a i once t :
Sa local fair which haing i be ud a :he main exn to get hm ont o the b ', .
erA p t t o r ":+ :'p.itiei "o alongJ 1 and g -et y r ha o t lur


$100, $5.CO, $10.00 will buy more Groceries than
ever before. Compare prices$
7 pounds Granulated Sugar ....................... .... 00
9 pounds Y. C. Sugar ................................... 1.00
.hole Barrel, best Patent Flour ................ .............575
lalf Barrel best Patent Flour ............. .... ..... ... ..0
5 pounds lard ........................ ....... ............ S.0
Z pounds Best Rice ................................ ... $ .0
5 pounds No. 2 Rice .................................. .... 00
0 pounds Cracked Rice ....................................... 1
ams, good quality, per pound .................'. ........... .3..
ams Best quality, per pound .......... .........* .
ams, Pic Nic .............................. ..............
ggs, Ten., 4a, dozen.. .. ..... ... ........ ................
gg99 Country., 5 dozen.. .. .. .. ..........................
RICES EFFECTIVE MONDAY MORNING, GOOD FOR ONE WEE *
We have a thousand other Just such bargains, too ntm.'r,..
mention. Phone, white, or come and see us. Take advantage of -.
ow cash prices.
3EO. W. PR YOR & SONS
127, 129, 131. 133 East Government Street,
Telephonea-Produce Dept.. 29. Grsery Dae. 223.



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GREEN TURTLE SOUP!
O Quart Tins, Osc.
OMETHING: PINE MADE BY THE FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOO
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PRESERVES OF ALL KINDS.
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The JournaFs Classified Cash Advertisements

SO~w- t--or as ..... ik no pdi-rt,-_nt t ~r.- for.le tyse 2B.- SdpatrJi4 by the month.
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LOANS, RENTS

REAL ESTATE


FOR SALE.
4-room house on La Rua street,
lot 35x120 feet, rents $7.00.....$ 650
11 houses, all new, renting for
$67.50 per month, property well
located and good renue rs....$4'50
'-room house on East Belmont
street, a nice home.........$.1400
4 houses on corner "A" and De
Soto, rents for $19 per month,
large lot, room for another
house .......................$2000
FOR RENT.
715 N. Baylen street........... $40.00
304 N. Spring street.......... 25.00
21 West Romana street........ 17.50
j214 E. Strong street............ 17.50
!, welling near Stoddard's...... 1250
!.31iB South Palafox, upstairs,
suitable for club or offices.
705 S. Palafox street.
1207 E. Government street.
;.IONEY.
At the lowest market rates on im-
proved or vacant city property.

Fisher Real Estate Agency


FOR THIE

LAST TIME AT

$1500.00

We are offering the 6 room cottage
and barn at Little Bayou, 5 minutes of
electric car, has a good front on the
water, and two boats ,o with tae
above price; good water on place;
wharf in front; splendid fishing and
bathing off the wharf; good neigh-
bors. The opportunity to get such a
place will not be offered again. To
thoroughly appreciate it vou will have
to ,ee it. Come to our )ffce and let
uj take you out. Part cash and bal-
ance on time, will buy it.


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

Money to Loan.
$10,000.00 for loan at 8 per cet. in-
terest. Apply io Thos. Pebley.


_ Phone 87. 206 South Palafox. 12aug4t.
DO YOU WANT to borrow money in
WANTED HELP W n amounts from $500.00 up? We have
WA ---- For Sale. $10,000.00 to loan at 7 and 8 per cent.
S ,AwaTED.-A collector ih exper- interest. Thos. C. Watson & Co. 6aug
r i n ool ence in the loan business. The Mo- I'OR SALE.-Old papers only 10 cents MO.NI Y TO L.AN --Ua good real s
,., ron:niea- bile Loan Co., Cor. Zarragossa and .etr- per hundred. Good for wrapping! tate security, or on good collateral,
S .- ( '\frn- person Sts. :oaug2i*1 paper and to put under matting. All as lowest rate. Leslie Broos,
u_ ANTD A laundryCaanand nice. Journal office. Fsher balding. -ua
e'-r: r 1.er. SBring references; must give bond. FOR SAIE.-Nce new cottage (4 MOiNEYG pe1 ity.
SP-- III S. Star Laundry. 25ajasof personal property. payable
S aug' lw S. tar Laund-. 2aug. roons and hall) between Palafox y or atly. When yoi a
'augl, WANTED.-Boy of 16 or 17 years and Baylen streets. near Sanders Mill; money, see me. J. WIsC' 2t W.
, dv ck: who can milk. attend to horses and easy terms. Apply to J. W. West aR; Govoernat stU V e alisbury buidlan
; Surgeon ';o general work. Apply 501 Wes; Saunders Mill. 22auglw* soma 6 09
_..auglw' Chase street 20ag
." j g 'w~ ---IC haso street 20ag Do you value your health? It so,' MONRY LOANED o goo0 ra a
-, ,,. you ca 'ANl'D-- Sel-ant git at once for use our pure Blend of Coffee "Dewey"i tate aecarity l a oy am oat AL
S,- is genera; housework. Apply 318 West rnd "Schly. New Orleans Grocery Ilo WUils & 0o.
Ilmon: street. 6auglm* Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug 30 mag
WANTED.-Agents in different oun-; We have been with you in Pensaco- MON LOANED on ail nds of pe
owtT th ties in Florida to handle Alpine Safe' la since 1874, and still intend tsoa property W.on short moetai
and Lock o.'s Fire and Burglar Po: with you and sere you with the be Terms eouth. ox. W. Bullard, uho upstairs
Vr'ans Safes and Valt Ftures o everyof groceries at lowest mar- 2 South Palaox St., hon 1144
S d,... description. Write me for terms. et prices. New Orleans GroceryL no'
SSc-arriit Moreno. PensacoLa, Fla. Flor- Co. Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug20 UNLAit Ar4J auUuAu ou moulj,' 1T ula
." " :-'t ida Sta:e Agent. 28june. kind of p al rp y.
"RIW GINSENG. a p i on1kinds 0f P*WQI pr*"rtY.
An inte at r GROW GINSENG. Large profits. Special rates to buses mra on large
any Intelo t person may earn a Room in your arden. Roots for sale. loans. The Ne York Loa Co, 04%
So a SS today ltertgood incoBec correspondinkingg or new out P
,,. p ae-;or conrresond~: orn ce ...rite today fot literature. Bucking- S6o.t P.alate.
papers. Do canvassing; Vexpetlenite a


$525.00
A


will buy two lots on Bayou Texar on
the high hill overlooking the bay. This
is a bargain.
F RT
218 E. Intendencia, 6 rooms ....$14.00
916 E. Strong, 7 rooms ........ 12.50
601 N. 8th Ave.. 5 rooms...... 12.00
LET ME KNOW WHAT PROPERTY
YOU HAVE TO SELL. I CAN
SELL IT.
RENTS COLLECTED.
MONEY LOANED.


LESLIE E. BROOKS
204Y S. Palafcx, ;iher Building

LOST

LOST.--lStick pin with anchor set
with rubies. Lost Tuesday night
between Seville Square and Palafox
street on Government. Reward ir
return to Journal office. 25aug2t*
tLOT-wetween Intendencia street
and union depot, think on depot
car about U1:40 a. m. yesterday, a
pocket book with one key and some
mail change. Finder will please
leave it at the New Orleans Grocery
Co. aug20
LOST.-One kit of piano tuners' tools
since the 12th inst. Finder will be
rewarded by leaving them at The
Journal office or with the owner, J.
Conrad Scott, 244 E. Gregory St.,
city. 20auglw*


ProiessiOnal Directory.

DR. R. G. BUCKNER,


SPECIALIST
EYE, EAR NOSE AND THROAT.
Office 7/t Palafox St.
Office Hours: 9 to 12 and 3 to 5.

PATTILLO CAMPB5LL,
Attornmeyat-Law
Room 405 Thieen Building.

TMO. PEEL EY,


SDeeds That Talk!

GOOD DEEDS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES, BUT A
DEED FOR PENSAOOLA IMPROVED REAL ESTATE
WILL TALK LOUDLY *HEN WHEN YOU LOOK
AT THE AMOUNT YOU SAVE MONTHLY IN "RENT
MONEY."


Buy a Home To-day

WE CAN START YOU RIGHT-4ALL PAYMENT
DOWN AND SMALL PAYMENTS THEREAFTER. WE
HAVE STARTED OTHERS, LET US START YOU.



pensac oa Investment Co.
,.a. 9. i'aI.ENTE a",
.. K6'LF-. President. I. L L U t re l .
T. .TILLAN, V.-FrM aCe. a. W. ISWL S TrI S rr.
Real Estte x eet, e oa, lria.
215 South Palafox Strfet, PeOsacela, eidea.


,-;, 1 A -" Gnnecessar Send f arclar has n garden, Zanesville, u. h0|$h 2 PD Skhl LAW. REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND - -
: a., . nNorthern Press. Sndficate. Locklart 13aug3mos. ___ ma PaaS COLLECTIONS. WM. H. KNOWLES, Presldnt. W. K. HYER, JR., V.-Pres. and Cas
Nu ie : A .- N Y. 13June3m FR SALE---Upright Kimball Pianu 402 8. PALAFOX ST. PALAFOX AND ROMANA. THOS. W. BRENT, AIst. Cashler. W. N. ROBERTS, Asst. Cashier.
:, .,iurnal. -' --- for sale cheap. Apply 1304 W. Gov- Wa T Les ChON DRiOngs PHONE 559.all
ih enent St. 4augm* atcollatel security at loet a of JP. STO ES
.. : I.I".., V ,, *,,:hr near FOR SALE-Beautiful block In New interest. Buralas to rarede Fae4IIM
S...., ,;. a.- Adress FOP, SAEI.---Stock of high gradCe City. TractNo. 312. For cash $603. ptled-est ttr y d amOreSeno!atLAaw
S.. are .urna 2auglw* ops. perfumes, toilet prep or Apply to A M. cMlla to loan, n amounts government Street.
\"i:'-T.L. ;tubh< o knrow that and flavoring extract. Will be sli laug $500.00 and up at 7 and 8 eral Law Practice.
.. ;,,:.. (Cofft Roas.er. of at big discount. Apply Room 7, Breut GO TO TURTON tor all Saies amsJ per cent. interest. Those. C. Watso
S r oeans Grocerv Co.. Building. City. 25auglw* Cameras lo added ad unloaded fre- Co. g _KDOU ILL
ip.p aug20 FO S .-Store and 7 room house. t c He makes best phot, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. f ola, Fla.
S 1 A partner with $..0 Lot 60xl00; city water. Titles per- r p hi L m t a lard ndRooms. Reom WM i Thles. 'ld. Phone 734
$ -I ( bu half interest in fee : $3200.00: also 10 acres of land .
,-r'handite business, and small house at Brent's Station. Jj WALL TINTS by experts; results WANTED-A few boarders in private ITDIRECTOR
:. '- hard wooi mill: iae N. Andrews 7 N. Palafox St. !guaranteed. Fairchild and Rice, Phone family; convenient to railroad shops W ELSH & SM ITH ,. A wI
So I ibr :ands Ad- 13 aug1. 148 1Julylm and on street car line; large rooms.! ,A ..... V. HyCr, r., D. G Brent.
", no> Wcsvi:e, Fa. 1.....,R SA -Two pair ext ra ith privilege of use of baths and tel- F erTISTh o W, K ,
IFOR SALE.-My. residence on East OR SALE.-Two pair exir ine h Address D. C. S., care Jour-, Fisher Salldif, 2041/ sSouth Palafox
I- H n ll. either including whole blo* young mes, sound andin go ehone. Ad s teareFOREIG ANiD IO ESTIO EIANIE BOUGHT AID SO
7:-: BUY .eond-hand saf, 4wen. lots 40137 1-2 feet each or condition. Also one 2-hors. tud- a 24auglm Street.
S Adr., afe, a erwagon.W.S. Garfield. 4Jun. IBOARDERS-WANTED.-Byday, we-kI PONE 525.
Adde-, bate, ca "r block of ve lots. Apply t baker .. d We draw our own Wil of x- Vessels disbursed upon the Mc
laug2w' _. "o Thiesen Building for furtli- FOR SA-LE--One Choice block on t or month. Dining room just re-open.ae. -- J .m ange on Groat Br.ain Irland, Favorable Terms, and thi
NTD a. No .17 West r part ,Iars. C. W. Hagerman. of tn ridge east of the electricr. o o Donaldso Nter reasna ea, TIL Rn rnc A R toablem attPor t
T'y an wew '4auglm. railway, between 7thn and Sth streets, s. Do. Donaldson, 226 N. Alcaniz. Holland, Spain, 'el m Ruasi, gDation taen Paya At Prt
2u FOR SALE OR RENT.-New 7-room Nature has favored this section and i 24aug.2w Norway, Sweden, Detmark, and Destination Ten Days After V
.e .erccants Transfer house at Goulding; large yard. cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs. FOR RIseNT-Ncel urnshed rooms, Room 8, Brent Building. Phone, 86. ether European countries, asl Arrives ther.
:ng and hauling., resnafyelectric light, phone and bath. Large
frontg a h sha" trees, near railroad, ty feet CHICKEN WHAT produces fnt room th bay window. 10 N ----- .... -
......... "ed. T. B. Thor- well and outhouses. A good bargain. Makes fowls especially wll av fonteroom, with bay window. 1l0 N
d. sJunel Apply to postmaster, Goulding Fla. The cheapest food t o laoPhon Safet Deposit Boxes For Rent, n Connection with which
adgw Mellen a& Co.. Phone U4. Ic aPFIATEIS W1aO wD0n t B' houses,
iv to know that we er Meen e or anything else ,tor have a Private Department for the use of Renters.
:. r* a.: grocer.. and FOR SAL.--Soda fountain, stock or FOR SALJ-At a acrie,= trttUre matter, will And The Journal Want OPT IA ..
::.. New Orleans confectleneries and cigars, located, tore, stock and accounts. Call U t Ads a great help. nontTaIAN ..
'k Hugh. Prop. Palafox street. Can be had at bar-; iR140 E. Intendeaca. u BAY HOT -pen niht and day.S ing D
g gain if purchased at on-e. Apply E. FOR SALE-Cabin launch 44 ft. long uop pl. Roo light d oom 306Thiesen uildin.
S4. FOR SALE.---Cabin launch 44 ft. log uropeanP Re of 4 per ent per Annum
.' e,.eCt cambiarRealt Co. 0aug. ft. beam. 24 inches draught, clean. Transient trade solicted. B75 Is a graduate In Medicine
c.ea yourwr fzkas, r- FOR SALE.--Car load of fine Ten- speed 8 miles hour; 18 H. P. Barber 579 South Palafox. los. S. Nloolau, and has been an Eye Spec-
S o your wiring. tc. nessee horses. Can be seen at Pou's gasoline engine in good order; will' pop. L. U ILTON GREIN,/, Pia'usa T. E. WKLLES, VcI-PaSID.T.
k c .-a Elect'r'c Co., table. McMillan & Turton. 15aug. seat 40 passengers; sell at sacrifice f t, IDXMINATION FREE, X. M..USHXLOass. MANIsCLD MORNO, Aso Cas
t. --a a a Bay 1streets. FOR SALE-Good paying grocery, :Government St.WA iauglmwC itiz
cheapn (hl re RSrenp riin rooms enr euO SmE. Citizens National Bank,
.- ; -p.e c Pensacoa connection. Store doing good cash FOR SALE CHEAP-My three-year- Old newspapers are good for many of Nne-aola, Florida.
......:.. i1e: The Journal business. Household furniture also' old Berkshire herd toar Duke af things. You can get lots of them I 1wso ,os-ra.
..e ,'-en for yo, :ct sale. Reasons for selling, am lear-! Florida. No. 68,923. Also some fne cheap by calling at this office. G Oeo.W r Wi oht,. s MorrisBer, L ilto G e'es
- ..e.. and cAn ;Au city oh accomt of sickness. Tele- young pigs. six-months-old boar, all SUp CASS VAA NERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
.ALn for 1 phone 10t4. 11augw* eiterind, Chipley. Fla. 18r l ULISES AND GRIPS, aid thoroughly PemNaCOla Florid
-- or 30.o000 FOR SALE-trBae-er Chairs for sale. te and promptly repaired, ai. F. B. Bruce's -
!- ;.. u~.a, ot ,9 S. I'a.labx St. lauglm* FOR SALE-Kill the germs of fever- big repair shop. Send them down. ..*.R*.E -ES * eI: -o
,FOR- SALE-outhhl-block- 211 oraer a barrel of slack lime to-day. 29Jly2w GIVE YOUR HAULING TO J. S. REES, President E. W. MENEFEE, Cashier
t.Re-r ra. ing 400 fleet on 13th Pstreet, by: Phone 367. 4auglm ..PIANO TUNING-Am prepared todo M.P BA 0
S f bl 21, fronting t R R tuning and repairing. Guarantee Transfer T E PEOPLE'S BANK PENSACOLA.
-. ,RS'be ouz'i halft on bo 272, Prki alo Natisfctiou. 17 years experience. J. DADA bte A nng
5meh (-et on 14tht.. by .127,2 feet on Bayt o i Conrad Scott, 244 E. Gregory. 28jullm* Ther. B. Titors Propi DirectorI-l, J. Rnv J. S< Reese, W. DeC. Kessler, R. M. Car.
The .Journa.'a V'-w Park. The only property adjoin- FOR RENT-Small farm 1 block ou- W. A. D'Aclberte, T. A. Jennings.
SPauama Canal ing Bay View Park that is now for, side city limits on county hard, REGULA MAIL LIN--Good convey- HAULINGOF VERY DESCRIPTION TRANSACTS A OGNERAL BANkING BUSINESS.
S-'*,rUly appear. sale. The beautiful v-ew down the road whsixrom houswind mill ance for traveling public. Daily aer- -- YOt ACOOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLCITEr
:es o city., beau and dow0 e bay can never be water pipes in yard and all through1vice each way. From Chipley to Bay. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TC ....
.es 15 cena obi. ruced. A. .Clubbs. 30ly hou Rent reasonable. Apply W. h Address J. M. Tuggle, Chipley,
SO. SALE-.FOR LL-ho0se. corMer% M. McClellan, at First National Bank, 4 A GF DAY OR NIHT.
Corn. Oat lot, 3 blocs .trom Plat lot 109 Pensacola. 26auglm REAL ESTAT. PHONE 78.
sacks. Out o 1' n car A or ticl -a* RENT.-3 rooms at 4001 W-dP; 0CO0 X 7u. CI
20marhjam- S29 Jan. 1r dw d your house on long time pay-. 0E iD
your FOR SALE-Secod-hand cassh rgs" FOR RENT-Lorraine House, corner msnts ID Hate Wilson o Steam, Domrstc Anthraite
break- er perfect cdii W Hayne and Belmot store. Apply NG- I Diamond, o th
essh or or. time. AL real bargain. Cas W. S. Gargeld. e12ul Get's clothingcleaned, Oce-No. p ros a Psnad street. Telephone, 32.
L utk. House. e seen at Jam s McHugh's mob OR RELNT-New five-room cottage erameat tL, Penot o. 11 Yards a0 SagL ,oonsaI streets. ]Phoa, 8.
We py ct a 8th avenue. Inquire at Turton's Ph FOR R AND FFTY Master
S2. City. ras e m M gallery. 12jae ly oCENTS per bead. we will B out Mat F T-OLAS PASSNGER AND John Massey. Ja on BraMdon. T. D. Adau
164ec toeM FOR RENT.-Residence lately o> dest horDM4cowl eic. Iaave orders r=IG3T iRVICE
Sis or FOR SALE.-I am Florida State Agent copied by Dr. W. S. Hall. No. W. at 1 Pset nstenencia. Herring trial Compan
Ms.s wil; for Fi'e and-Hurglar Proof Safes and: LaRa street. Apply to B. M. Ca-y. Bes. oheb pjSACOLA. MOBILkE, APALACHI. Pl3Cel CAL CONTRACTORS,
.. -'. I .... I, ..... .-, i A. ..,i~ ., : li f.... ..- '..a .tet 7 m ., raLA. CJARRABALLc.L. rT. AM. ... EC .. CONT ACR.....


APult Fixtares oi aa escrIptons 43 S. Palalox 2 uw ia*
manufactured by A110-0 Safe ant'FRRN-wayro aae o.
LockCompny f Ctinasi, hio.aerBarracks and Zarragossa street.
rn in nnti wllt me for nemad ze


comm uni.ai wa m tr jm s^ -Suitable for boardiAg bouse. Apply
terms before buying elsewhe. Scar- o r. J. Moreno, 21 East aurr.
D- . **t Moreno. Pensaota, l. a. i' Mrs. L
F- MILLS ,2Sjune. .
,, a-- ra*' At"-r-O nly fir or t Good
E LEAL ANID ROUND as new .*pgi I second- F. M. WILLIAMS. !
S 57TCC F hand mac 0e0 n10 1 See Dr., CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, ~
.rot: L-a- ang 1 trom Ptilliph Ro 7o fai hl uaglm'* Oce, Brosnaham bulldti, next
Kome man~ FO R AIlw soders to Pensacals Basinem CoUegs
Siadust-' o~ toMAt"I t B aghtIIn Prompt attention always gi
r d' sa< er r-xoI Eat a esIta A- aI k to basiaa.u P *It ley. ThPet eBiig. 6 v w *
Md ^c ^^a msje 'i


5AILMAKIER.
J. B. PORTER, ullmiakor, 716 ft th
Paatooz stree Orders takes f
tets, awntan, camp stools and hoase
cots. etc. Prices reasonable. 21fia

FrOnd
FOUND.-One black ox branded J. H,
marked with a crop and split and u-
der bit in one ear and over square In
other. Owner can obtain same by ap-
plying to C. P. Gonaalez, Boemia, *1*
3auslm*


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DRREW5, MIALLLLE
And a" poti ets S. A drev Say,
Cwhbll. eAhd Apalashicela.
SO$~fDULS
Leae peasieola Sunda8 s:iO p.
*for MotIle Ale.
I"r POR'OC OW 8836 p.
ftW _AdewN MillvIile, Ape-
si -rabdl. sxd lnteuordlai
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Cor. Jnteudaeols 04 Bell kpham
Daylen It WI'
No Job t bId or **iwdl Ot ua. Ww do roit Ia any past ofets
cfi yani aifall =414"ls)te'city.


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

FOR SALE
$600-One-story dwelling on corner lot on East Hill, rents at $96 year.
$850-Comfortable cotage on West Main street, desirable locality wi:h
large lot.
$1200-Twenty acres of land withe one-story cottage at Brent's s:a-
tion.
S6000-J)esirable piece of property with lot 80x100 feet near Palafox
street, renting at $800 a year. if sold at once.
$2250-Large one-story dwelling on North Hayne street.
$2400-Two-story dwelling on Wright street, excellent neighborhood
$3750-Two-story dwelling on North Hill if sold at once.
$750-Three very desirable building lots on East Hill, excellent neigh-
borhood.
$325-Desirable lot on East 1Hil. 69x110 feet, if sold at once.
Other desirable building lots on East Hill ranging from $150 up, ow-
ing to location.
Special Advertisement
One of the prettiest building lots on desirable corner on North
Hill, with Southern exposure, 187 feet by 350 feet, must
be sold at once ............... .......................$4000.00

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


BANK ADVERTISEMENTS.


No. 5603.
H. L COVINGTON, President M. E. CLARK, Cashier.
C. W. LAMAR, Vke-President, JNO. PFEIFFER, Asst. Cashier.

THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
OF PENSACOLA, FLA.
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES
Capital Stock, $200,000 Surplus, $40,000
X=%:R=gI C 3PO'EX=L
Henry L. Covington, S. J. Foshee.
J. M. Pfelffer. A. M. Avery,
W. H. Milton, Jr.,
Bryan Ounwody, O. E. Maura,
Frank Teilly, W. L. 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. Covington.
Accounts of Banks, Individuals, Corporations, and Firms Solicted.
Four per cent. Interest paid on Time Deposits.


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THE STRANDC- 1 UNION MADE. oti ,oy


John Whi
Outfitter to Men and
2054207 S. Pali
Phone 225.



LAUNCH STE
CITY WHARF LANUM

Open to charter by privi
for fishing trips, bathing,
summer recreation.


Formerly ship's boat fo
cruiser Isla de Luzon, one4
prize captures.


Has full canopy and is
fortable boat in the bay.

MAX KLEIN, .
PETER VERDICHIA, .
PHONES, 358 and 1


CAPTAIN

BENIEUEDIUNI
LAUNCHES


CUPID, ROBT. L. E, NA
EDNA S.,

can be charter : b: the ho
week. Terras. reasonable.
Fishing Tacl:- and Coo
*ils furnished if desired.
PHONE 204.

SAPT. BEANIE EDAM
OWNER.


THE GADSDEN STREET
LEAGUE WILL RL

TWO EXCURS
...to the...

Life Saving S


ILWINHUU IIL


FOR PAST


WEEK


v. p,.4 ws *'

AUSLEY & COMPANY,
11 W. latltm cal St, Peasc*le, l.


Cotton, Stocks, Grain and Provisions.
rrtVe WIM to New eYw, New Orlans nd Chicago.


Phone 1173.
Naval Stores Market.
& Savannh, Ga., Aug. 25:-The navi


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Shoe

art? perfect comfc
way-, togeuhier wit
and

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Car'e-;i'.l'- iniuing compan-y.
Siopiin--Mining cnmuran3y: mine.
Tuesday. A Zu. n--J- 0 .rain and elevator
SMainen-$,000 hardware and furni-
ir e '* npimn .
The -'e:rnr "Menarch" will leave Valley Par!k--20.000 mIlling com- S
the wharf at :' i. m. returning at 7. pany.
Leahing aa-nin a' 7:'.0 p. m., returning North Carolina.
Il time fo ,a. cars. l.enw--Spoike and handle factory.
-- ..hevllle-Ma.hble works.
Wllmtngton--415o(.c,)9 v after works.
REFRESHMENTS SERVED. Clevelaan--$24,00u veneer and e; -
Scelsior facory.
FARE: I Oklahoma.
FARE: Carmen-$25.00o roller flouring rai!.
ADULTS, 35c. -:- CHILDREN, 25c. Lone Wo!f--.u00 oto c o gin.
Oklahoma City-- $200,000 oitl cow-
.-. pany: $10.000 telephone company, .
Meer.-(1,o.0.0000 ines and million;
-- Ccompany.
EUSACLOA STEAM v-Gn and milling company.
I~ Ml i n A Temple--Oil ad deve'opmen comn-
SaMa *pany.
&&sot m CU B Frederick-45,000 oil, gas and min-
t.-PRMP AN eral company. ,
U North Palafox Enid---20.000 oil ano' mineral comrn-,
-PROMPT AND EFFICIENT pany.
SERVICE. Carter--4,000 cotton gin.
WORK CALLED FOR AND Granite-$16,000 granite company.
PELIVERED. South Carlina.
IIME ERSHIP RATES FOR Charleston-S225,000 lumber com-"
PRESSING, S1.A PER Pa-
MONTH. We'Cormick-Telepbone company.
PHONE, 67i. olblu-bh-f50.000 textile plant. -
I, L., M. E WHITE, Ten*e*e.
M Nashville--15,010 grain elevator; ,
we,* W. ra evator. s


UU5JOJUI%3II


FLOUR
IS SUPREME IN
IN QUALITY.


DON'T WASTE MONEY IN
EXPERIMENTING

Buy What You Know

is Good.


Lewis Bear


Co.


Nothing on the IV-i-kt i Eual to Cham-
Berlain's Cole, Cholera and
Di..-ri;oea Remnedy.
This fact v.-c,. 'fno.v'. to druggists
everywher-e, alti rine t,i' of ten w-i1
give their cust'or---.- ti;:, pr'l;.aratioa
when the be-; is asked for. Mr. Obe
. itnmer, a p,onmin.-;.t *1t I, : of .Jip-
1.%. Mo.. in a ciruia: to oi a .istomernei-s
-tay: "There is nothin-: < w The n market:
:n the w'ay o> pa.,*nt: m:.:icine- whlci
equa.-- Chamberlain'- L"i";.. Cholera
.r.dI Diarr'hoea Remedy for bowel com-
plaints. We sel and re 'ommend this
preparation." For sale by all druj-
dis's.


FERTILIZER FREE.
Anyone w.-hin.n good sTabe manure
:ratis. will apply to J: L. Pierce, at
The Lewis Bear Company's warehouse.,
NOTICE.
The picnic contemplated by the 0(d1
Fellows of Pensacola for Iabor Day at
Electric Park, has been postponed .n-
definitely. By order of -ommittee.
WM. JOHNSON & SON HAVE SE-
CURED THE AGENCY FOR ONE OF
iTHE LARGEST EXCLUSIVE TAI-
Oi Nl IIA HOUSESl Q IN THE EAST.


has this day been dis olvdfby mutual- eMOr.
consent, W. B. Hflliard retIng. The Penoomea, Leg NW. 4, L 0. 0. P.
business will be continudininder thel Pensacola Lode Na 4. L 0. 0 F.
'same name by 'e. ra1er, who meets every ThBursay evening at 7 .
assumes all debts. ad who wai col. at the ew hall on West Gerire
lect all accounts dflie7tb company. street. VhiUtIs brethren emwrta..7
Signed tW. B. 1iilA1RD, invited. T. G. STNSO'N,
: UO. TUINERI B. R WrTIOVaUw seary.
August 24, 190L. RSEU AH SISTERS
S]Naomieaf id N ho. 10. Relbekah '1s
tes De t every Meaday alright .
ia*tI *W ttn sisters eordlaly invited ', I
z TERSELY TOLD pest L M11SB ITA M.. LLJOTT.
. BUSINESS LOCALS. MISS MAMIX K R MAN. Se r,' arv.
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DOES ITFIT YOURBACK?The Union Central Life
Chattanooga, Teun.. Aug. 25.-Th What? Why. your office chair. The man Janary.. 1.1 11.
week ending Wednesday shows con. narh...........11 .
tnue activity in industrial deve that has to occupy an office chair all day 0 a March .. .. .. u.;.; I. loww dea rat., lower ex rate. d
IS opment of the So'uthern states, ac- should have an easy, comfortable chair, ay-. ............... 11.. 1.1 aerest rate than any company doain busisal in Florida
cording to the record of the week as a. I&. s.wt......... ..........hould 1be V t..or you d.ld. theto.
authorized !, The Tradesman. We can Supply you with the easiest office: .;> r.n er.... .. i 10.78o
s and am.,',,r1t o0 cit!.alization the million. chairs in existence; in fact, all .Ouober.. .1).3 10..4 .. e Ae
have a dotiar mark -.*,- reachb'd by two con- Deemer.. .. .... ... fW ff g t,
utatio. ,.--a m,,n,.,,.,. company in S,' OFFICE FURNITURE AT LEAST POSSIBLE PRICES. ; L pool Spots 587.
Louis and a minillne company in Okla- O_____________ New York Spots 11.13 five off.
good. th(,:na. A ni'nlber of industries are C o n on
o f C u s- t ml 1i F; w hi li l( al of 'ron $25 0 .0 0 e, U NAW h e a
his fact. to a$5W,.0(,. ,hi( thosa wth $50.0,) M A R S TO N & IN A Wheatn D -
and upwaril are numerous. Studying 0 M1y De_, lO' q ltlI-It11..
the list carefully it wil be observe 108110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla. Open.. .... .. .. .. .4 81 4 It
that the West Virginia coal fields are ,* l (.J.... .. .. .. ......85.2 8
Iron Works and ppy Co.
;being exploited with more than usral *** 00******** ************************** ----s and S p .
zel., there being several new compa- - y DM..nufa urers and Corn '
S'nlts In that line added during the, Erin-$5.000 manufacturing comn May Dc. Manufacturer and R-epani. ot
\ I eek. lissouri shows well in the list panry. n .44 1 46.1 M
Ite e 1.n .on....-..... MACHINE:RY AND
with a wonder;fil diversity of heavily Fayetteville-$20,000 grain and feed C:se.. .. .. .. .. .. ..43.7 4t. MI A D STEAMSHIP SUPPLI:
Bo capitalized new industries. Railroad plant. Esinte Receipts tomorrow: New FORGINGS, MILL AND SUPPLIS
shops, estimated to cost $403,000. Memphis-$300,000 coal mining com-' Orleans u to S. STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A S CIA
[OX,. swell the week's record for Georgia pany -- Prompt attention given to all orders, day or -tht Agr .
Cotton gins and mills are reported Knoxville-Woodworking plant. VESBELS IN !ORT. New York Stock Market. for James McKay Co.'s celebrated L ad Timber Do
from several of the cotton states, an'l Coinmbia-Lumber mill. Iteamships. New York, Aug. 25.-Flilowing are Chains of all descriptions.
a number of new power and electric; White Bluff-Shingle mill. Cambrian King, Br ss, 2315, New- the closing prices on the principal Office Phone 123. PHIL WITYMAN, Mgr.
plants are also noted. New canning Trenton-Cotton gin. port News to J. A. Merritt & C5. stocks: I Residence PceP e 1i0. P. O. Box 123.
-- f.etories are among the new concerns Ohelda----Caning factory. Dulcie, Br ss, Harrison, 1285, Faro Sou. Pac............ .. .. 67.3 ulliHHlli, %l ittU llltiltINllXl3 a3g3 ggSa.
PHE reported. from Tennesse, and Virginia. Texas. to J. A. Merritt & Co. Copper.. .................... 7.3
Altogether The Tradpsman's list of Ballinger-Warehouse company. I Ernesto, Span ss, Omacchea, 1691, \.S. R........ .. ............ 144.7
Snew iniistries for the week, which Timpson-$10.000 medicine factory.' Gulfport to F. O Howe & Co. IAtch.. .. .. .. .............. 89.7 .till |>fltflllillillll ilifH II lllltlllfltllltlliltlll.... ill.. IHI.mt
follows, makes a splendid showing for, san lSal.a- $19.0,,0 saddle factory. E. 0. Saltmarsh. Br ss. Rogers, 2319 iH. H .......................220.6
6. the mid-summer activity of the south: Beaumont-$25,000 hardware corn- Tampico to Gulf Transit Co. 1. R. T.... .. .. ....... 70. -
Alabama. pony. Kaiser Ger ship Martin 1180, Bre- .ie.. .. .. .. .................. 51. = A A R N AK
Newton-La undry. El Campo-$5,000 telephone system, men to Master. C. F. I...... .. .............. 41.3 A
Gadsden-Fertilizer factory. Weatherford-$80,0O0 !and company Mountfields, Br as, Boyle, 1947, M>iU. S. .. .... ............. GE.3
ate parties Kellyton-$5.000 cotton in. Lancntcr-$50,000 oil mill. 'ie to F. 0. Howe & Co. S Pfd............ .. ..104.oriaG
or other Biningham---10.000.coal and coke Houston-$100,o00 ice factory. Pensacola, A ss. OLeary, 10S6, K. T. .... .. ..... ......... 7. .3,
company: $25,000 bottling works;: 6an Antonio-$250,000 mining and New Orleans to Gulf Transit Co. i.. & N.. .. .. .. .. ..........150.2
$7.500 land company. i smelting company. Ramon.de Larrinaga .Span ss, 192 ...an.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1 6.;
Horse Creek-Water works. Jacksonville-$5,000 brick works. Ondaza, ,iverpool to Gulf Transit Co. '. P............ .. ......108.
Hartford-Foert:y1.r factory. Gould-$5,000 gin and milling corn- Penrih Castle Br s.. Lewis, 23137, .3. ......................... 131.3 O h e h
Arkansas. p ,:. Galveston to master. '3 d.Pac. ............................... u ou "
r Spsash Felsenthal -1 ,0000 improvement Marshall--oSaw mill. oSionside, Br ss, Robson. 193 ,N. Y. C. .............. ..154.3' the old, diry coal Way
r Spanish company. Naeogdochcs--$40,000 cotton oil Stiderland to J A. M & Co. P. 0. ..10-.7
of Deweys Siloam Springs-$50,000 hardware. company. .rland to A. tt & Co. ................... 12 2. tOO. More than five hudrd USE in
company. iW hart )n--$0.000 oil mill. 1 C. art.. ,9 S P ... ......' FnflOl
Netteton-Telephone system. Dailas-$10,000 oil and fuel co- Fiery Cross. Nor bk, Claussen, 1399, St. P.. .... .. .. .. .... ... fCO.
Coal Hill-$10,000 hardware com- pany. I Crk to master. R.I. .. .. .. .. .. .. .......... .6
',. .Virgiitia. Huason, Nor bk, Kn'ud-en, 771, Loa- T. C. I .. .... -.......... ............. ..) 2 N O A
Florida. Abinmdon--Band saw mill. Jon to order. K' n, L .o ..... ........... . P E N SA C O LA GA S C O
most corn- Perry-Water works. Norfolk-$25,00 table factory. Santa Baroara, Port bk, Carreia, U. P............ ........136. E
,Starke--Ice and cold storage piant. Martins,-illl---$15.000 caning fac 63 Oporto to H. Baars & Co. Ausle & Co's Daily Coton Letter. 27 East Garden Street Phone 14,
Georgia. t'ry. chooners.
Waycross-$400.000 railroad shops. Ncvr -t News-$10,000 clothing Donna Christina, Am sch, Axelsen,! New York. Aug. "-'2.-Liverpool a |iiiil||ilj i:tilitllI:(l| illItlI ltIIII lltllItill' 'ilMIIIIIIIlittlHilHiIIIm3I
OWNER ( 3runswiek-$24,000 crosstie and cre' factory. 16.5, Belize to master. cab!es dull and! farireless as t.: their
osote company. Trn',,.n,,- -. ioo. Inuher company.j Hjalmar, Am selh, Axelsen, 55, Key '!Wn trading :intl al-so as ,i influential .. | IT
CAPTAIN. Atlanta-20.000 electric company. Burger Store-$25,000 building anu' West to Gulf Transit Co. I actor in our market Prices Iere tuled narrow, some support given onf
Columbus-Ice factor\. loan company. Noas. Rus schl. Snecse, 333, Giou- any decline with slight evidences of I
1070. Milled wvill,-7 5.0(o water works. Newport Ne ws-$5.000 hardware center to Master. sortt selling. Weather conditions in
-- Indian Territory. comp-ny. TT exas continue very unfavorable with CENTRAL TRADES COUNCH.
Dav;s--Brick and tilp works. Winchestor-$3.000 telegraph and[ RUN-AWAY HORSE WAS U |IPENTIN TI t mpear'ires ruling from 94 to 106 There w b a eetin o h
Fort Gibson-$15.h)0o box tactory. telephone company. BADLY INJURED.. ad o sig of rai except on Cost. he a edne
Roff--Cas plant; wte: works. j Kimbllton--- 1000 lumber and| --f The temperatures were slightly lower days of eac mont t d 7:3 ird. ed All
Marlow-$25.000t water works. manufacturing coinpany. A run-away horse, the property ot MCMillaB !. Co an ieste In a good many pu'atjelgates a re uemt ed to be pre. A
K:ntucky. West Virginia. J. H. Pitts. was badly injured yeste- r- elsewhere the weather was fairly fav- e W. ROBERTS.
I [ 'ouisville--$i5; t.0uV naval stores Huntington-Plant to manufacture day afternoon at the corner of (ov-u orb'-ie though rains are wanted in! W. L DELAY Prteldeot
plant; $50(ol barrl fa r'ory: :2.0:0 .eaiu turblin'ls ernment ani' IL.Villit'r .street;. when MOBILE, ALABAMA. iany stations. Tomorrow's weekly Secretary.
IOglN o tactor-y; $5.0') mi.iing conmp.av y L.o. -$30,000 -oa'. land and lum- it ran into an iron tence at ;hat luoint. weather report by the Financial Chro-! a
Owensboro-25,000 company to i The anima! a frihined and e ikly to b un orale aacoge N o .
I ma-tufa, ture !nca;d.>scent i. -- -ran down the Street. finally running nning n m r "ay be offset by the statistical situ- mets wvery Monday vealg at 8:0
Central Cin --$-18,;00 ciecirc ligTht tlauoll; llsIttelut; l|i lt8i(a4!yillul. l into the fence at the above puintr ation as compared wi h last year. 'elock at tr Castle Hal. B]lo-t
,NCY AND plant. t w The wagon war injure:l, as well asU i The dry goods division of cotton goods Watson bulldig,. corner Palafox and
Princeton-Water works. a the harness. a trade w:,! '!kely remain good over th'? O irden streea Visiting breohrea Go
Lexington-5.000 lai. conipaiy. r The aniil was talen from the Baylen and ntende ia entire -ek. Government report dially welcome.
Mayfteld-$1C,00. soap f actcr. I IIf IS A vagon and the harnosMs hefi there for fio Au-'s' due about September 3rd. J. H. BREWrON. C. 0
our, day or Marion-Wa'e- works. 1a short time. but when li ('-nr f W Fi'llnim Prorietor witl not encourage a waiting powi'y HO- K. of R. & .
Louisiana. came for his property hlie found it in m rhe part of consumers; we believe
)king Utea- Lake Chare!s-Saw nmill. Tpcssession of the owner of the place. MEATS AND VEGETABLES, POUL that ultimately higher prices will pre- Rathbone Ie N,.'
Mississippi. w fho claimed that the fence and walk' TRY AND GAME ir SEASON. vail for the entire option list. o mee V
Ocean Springs--Eiiiders' supply had been damaged to the extent of --T 9 c ay evning a
company. P1t.50. and refused to surrender it FREE DELIVERY. WILL INTEREST MANY. M thd oor. Bloi
Friar's Poinu-:e!.tric 'ight plant. WILNLI N dEuntil thRs amount was paid. This was PHIL JN SMANA U InTEREST MANY. -n, ^ thw cood n
Mann-Sav mill. done. PHIL JONES, MANAGER Every person should know- at goqd Wt idn
ISO Magee--$53,,000 oil, gas and mineral A PHONE 895. health is Impmible Ithe kidneys are r re NiaMr 3
company. ...... d -ranged, Floley's iXdow Owre wil rl er & n"
Pascogoula-$30,00 land company. I ber company. .. .. cure kidney and bladder disease ia G in C
Missouri. Ii HIurricane--$10.000 gas company. !every form, and will bl"ld up and .J.,. C.
St. Inuis--$75000 motor car corn LIm Clarksbtirg-$10,000 hardware comn- strengthen thea ormias so they will .
pany: S10.(i O telephone system, 5 pany. perform their' fution-s properly. No KmlgMs of Columbus.
$A.50.000 n:ilji.g company ; .Uonobig Peytona--... hinlu,,.r om.pany. p o danger of Bright's dideare or diabetes Meetings of the
EPWORTH orks. Invc:.rTtn i. ompani: $1253.K Fi) SO FAR. AS FLOUR Moundsviill-$7,..O4O electrical com-. It if Poley's Kidney Oure is taken in Knights of Columb i
clothing factor,.; '.0,o0,000 machiP, IS CONCERNED. pany. time. W. A. D'Alemberte, Druggist are held at their b ;.,
conpan:.l : l$1,'n .-phone company Charlestnn--$200.000 mining corn- a nd Alothecary. 1o. 8 West Intende:.-
I NS $0.0) lpn opny. pay. cia street, n even'
S Kera C:r.y--:'!i 000 gas :a;t: T Mc(Donald-.$20,000 coal and coke Mooday evening at
S:10.4,' uei cnmiany: $150 00 t.c- I conipanyv. Notpl o( 7:30 o'loek An ,a-
phor.e p;;l.- ompa'y; $230,000 hea,- bc!iannon-$.>,0A0 mining and tim- It i Notice i hereby give~ *at te pa:t- station Is ezt-nade
!in l fCO.ll. l berr eontp:i,:. --- rd nership heretofore exrist ng bet.- r. to visiting Knights.
i ,' ehi ', --:;:res. V lhe:n.--10,I0 __n .,ing company. your or er trid H lliard and (leo. Turner JOHN' B. JON .
tatloni 2r.n.ii.o. -!: o ||_.1_ r -1Badng as the FPnsaeola BuyWor.i X ._ Grand Knfg~ t


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