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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 27, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
daily
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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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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T HE WEATHER: Generally fair
Sunday: Monday showers; light
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, ... INVESTIGATE
FEVER IN MEMPHIS


\! A-- A: 2. -Governor
., : .C'.-* 'r. Hunter. of
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'. c' e the origin
U *.".- caR-. which ur-
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NEGROES MAY

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LEANS-TOWNS QUARANTINE
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By As Re ateld Press.


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( Orleans. Anug 26-A slight tn :
ic 1, -aths over the past few
'-' -Lied in. the report of the c
'. hour>. but is regaldel
S.:cr.'can y dest of thI
i:E azong the teretgn class
*.. ,^ix occurred yesterday
S included in the report
'\ u s -visitations of yel- f 0e
S'Tmhber has been the
ireatetF mortality. a
,e made to prevent f It seems impossible to legally execute a whit
w next month. bte t
,xpecced Luen anlj >
v :. may destroy ;he
Wire screenig LE.AKAGE ,DwID.NoT**SHOW**UP *A***:* *B*UT *4*L
n large quantiti'.;
I in future.
STATISTICIANIN HOLMES

d:rc ittend FAILED TO GIVE BOND
1ill inot he open-a
::.e of Mrs FORMER OFFICIAL, INDICTED FOR COMPLICITY IN COTTON REPORT
L. : .-mrthe ,e-on! LEAKAGE, D010 NOT SHOW UP AS PRoUM8ED BUT WILL
;i he ,A iscloes GIVE $10,000 BOND ON MONDAY.
1*an' irue1 byh tbh
ffi r dated August1
f* n" been at an By Associated Press. accepted in the sum of ten thousand


MfNfAY


Washington. D. C, Aug. 26.-Formerl dollars in case Holmes appeared.
Assistant atiHolmes and his attorney retu.-aed to
tshe city late in the afternoon. The at-
Holmes, Jr., of the Department of Ag t orney went to the office. biut dgrlineta niroved M minutes ff L-st SCes on
culture. indicted in connection with to say where Holmes was located. He I .U S
the premature promulgation of cotton said he forgot this was a half holiday d rne n Re-
crop estimates, failed to appear be- and would produce Hulmes on Mon. nU Adj U U
tore the criminal court today and give day. He could not get him here itis
bond as his attorney had promised he i morning. He said the authorities ha quest of Baron
would do. District Attorney Beach not known Holmes's whereabouts for
remained at his offce until the noon several days, but Holmes was ready Komira,
hour and left word that bond would be| to answer any charges.


DICTATORSHIP TO

PREVENT CHOLtRA


MURD[RtR ASKtD
TO Bt HAtIENO


By Asselated Pree. By Aseociated Press.
Danzir. Russia. Aug. 26.-- medical Camden, N. J, Aug. 26.--Carl Zea--
ictatoship has been established ble, a farm hand, today surrendered
ever -he administrative district Lo the sheriff asking to be hanged fo:
.. .. T. hr.ns a murder committed in Virginia ast
Cuilm. Thorn and others. to prevent jaary. The Virginia authorities
them sprea of cholera frm two- ,: Janwue'. The Virginia authorities
the spread of cholera from two cases, were notified and returned the Infor-
brouht by Russian raftsmea, who died nation that Zearble's story was cor-
of it; also to preAIt new lfaection rect and that a reward had been-of-
f Russia. tered for his apprehension. He illUe
a fellow laborer and fled north.
LousIana Re Harvest.
Laie Charles, UL, Aug. 26--Ri*ce MUB RAGEDY


e i- located the harvesting has began sa te Lak
,, i-aley ILumber Cor-'Charles district. The rn are
h.. ere had trouble with now beglidtal to ct th t d edura
a.,rn and armed threat- t is estiated that the total acrege
Wa-tiburn and bum the' is 20 pe t leM tbs lUW yar but
the wig rie Is iS better haPe.


A
Failure of Crops Causes

Terrible Famine in Spain
4',


my AGOCSeeaee vfllle, KM..
Sp&a., Ag 26.- H read dorm awboma
cstldue to come out- *viv5 are 1
dr Wb ~ ere zhe fa of unable 14gW
haborer. The
ha" brought to the dc ft t= ftm-g uq
Lbftsnd, of ppeasants. tar -pspicIn
7 sme strickm Gra 1, .a


IN MISSISSIPPI
By Amescited Prefs
Meridisa, ss, Aug. .-At a pie
alc at Union Spriag, Frank and.
Malmm ChishobL, cousins, escaped
in a lalotky, with the result thaic
Frank was stapbbed in both sides a"d
aeck and fataly vonded. As he Ite
h drew a pLsel W a4n red twe ki
ig lMR eos ataatly.


ChAK No. wd bTemsa Peom Cfrp.
Wam Tea mAu m -xlet
mawmw many theyh mr fmuth eeem bet cc fZ -ooW the
ato am the fari IdW eru"ep evenrra -a"d ales -A.
to_ 1w. khe d 0 ftd a bN tOt d appesRa e 60 14:
-i is dlasnjftvS trcr all rboclo Thet trw aso*,
wtb an, d V rkagNiseui fty BiyNni wth-mute. T:1P 1
a jl lng a
r, bel"a t 5b a5ww~~~ "pfm sva.*f.

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By Associated Press.
Portsmouth, Aug. 26.--Te peace
conference at the Navy Yard adjourn-
ed at 4:30 p. m. Tae next meeting
of the conference was fixel for three
o'clock on Monday afternoon.
The official statementof the proceed-
ings today shows that the conference
signed the minutes of the previous
meeting and then adjourned.
M. Witte made the following state-
ment to the Associated Press regard-
mnA the meeting. "We approved the
minutes of the last session and at
Baron Kt.nuraqs request adjourned
until Monday, when it is presumed the
Japanese will have something to sub-
mit."
UNPRECEDENTED BOOM
IN TEXAS LUMBER
Beaumont, Texas, Aug. x2.-The an-
precedeated boom in the lumber in-
duatry In this seetton continues, an
It *eea as time passes the demand
lot only diminish, but actually in-
.*reaes. The Stuation. summed u
briefly, Is that stocks are badl brok-
ca, the demand unprecedented, sand
ief better than ever bo,reIk.ea.
The mllh have been ihamiwe matet-
lfly IJa maknt deUverles, bet by 4
imareda ear asrtage, of wbihi thea
e een cB ompiedat for musaths paw4
M -A*e qinuemte restsrine- ia ni.
seCtti labeN r ms iam and rweadta
a Wcadry of that emnoa fity at m
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Sg UEVE6s FPBVRY WILL NO -
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NOT MEET OUITERAI,*

Dr. Jbseph Y. Porter, she o ib
Health oC"er of oritr, who t "
the city from JaeksoaMl le
night, spedt all of yesterday In aeen
isolation with belal oBtcl ed ,
board, and as a rew t hesw.ll *mt "
fled with the maawner ia w Io .
work is beig dome, nda the a MtM

-. '-'-" ',of Pri. p crhwhto AetM -- t ^
that is beinge w toee to keep .eei
Some here r omo uf l-a, I- -
SDr. te bo ea- kel
touch with the qa- ti ,- i
all seoati of the sitg Atd es 1.


--- i'acted 'en kli, in B t
talking last night was high Ua a -JA
praise of the vork of Dr. A di ;
the agent of the Mate
Health, and Dr. "lyr, who is7 I
charge of the querraine at In M
a=4d Welless that the qlmraatiob a
IPlastAim sad tiT is seeded A thet "
S most eteWwo e ever h)aow in x 1,- Am
,A.D. Parter waaI aem teta. gf.
4OERO C v T Nviewed, bWt G Taethiug a *te iSawtM
thei
discovered in Nw OrVea h-ave 'U
been at a& unewsy. In fadt IDi. Andqr.
illiams oase in Pensacola is proof of this assertion. son and Byrd have done edea lt
service, and in addition they have
-From th Jacksonville Metropolis Ifor tesn the regs ma. aM of our
*oday ** o edalearooe,*,_.__e_*_o_ ; facials, however. In the entire Ife
have acted in such a manner and ive
worked systematically, aid every
avenue leading to PlorIda s Istom .
vl patrollsui, not excluding the b k -ek
MAY CALL UPON TROOPS -lineth atlieun to F I.ora wio Dir

TO QUELL STRIKE TROUBLE/ n had the foresight to
No Danger From Water.
"The danger of the fever e
GOVERNOR COX OF TENNESSEE, WILL GO TO TRACY CITY THIS Florid by water has been
MORNING AND MOPES TO AVERT A CONFLICT--TATE a manumm. The war between I a at
Iman, of MXlsissitW, and Blan WS,'
TROOPS READY TO MOVE WITHOUT DELAY. Ioulanisia, helped as to a great e-
tent, as a very rigid quarantine was
Snaintatned.-and since then the -ll2
By Associated Press. rom Tracy today says the situation V-ospithj Service has placed e
Nashville, Aug. 26.-Governor Cox there is extremely serious. in commiesion to patrol the coa~ so
today offered a reward ot one thous Governor Cox said tonight that the as the days go by the danger atof the
today offered a reward o one thou third regiment, state troops, now in ver getting into Florid is le
d- lla~ hni t1.a~a Aoiv- feedetiginoFoid s^esa&


un VoLJ n~U.A -w &-.f + o, ,U a U anmp at Harriiman, wuas uneuur ore
tion of the assassins- or a non-unioa to be ready to start for the scene of New Orleans SituatIio.
coal miner at Tracy City Thursday. the trouble upon receipt of instruc- "The fever In New Orlesan," cl :
This makes the total reward offered tons. It is understood here that cars ued Dr. Porter, "is not likely to k-.
two thousand dollars. Governor Cox are being placed on a siding near the come epidemic as it has in ti
says he hopes to avert further trouble camp. Governor Cox said it had been but I do not think that they wil -i
by going to Tracy City tomorrow and reported that the miners would not able to rid the city of it before .
making a personal appeal for peace, hear hint tomorrow, but he is going weather. The otclals are m Met
but may have to order odt troops at anyway to Tracy City tomorrow morn. with a great mamy difculttes, and e
any moment. A telephone message Ing. people there, to judge from w eort
are not doing what they bhoo, bt
on the contrary are very seoretiml

OI IR DROWND SLO PROexcellent wors haso be aebo r g
S r AT f T notwithstandlasg te handicftape
IN fLK RIVER Al SEAGIRT which tey labor
-he time to commence'ek w o.k
eradieate the mosquito and to i co
By Aaonted Press. By Assocated Pro. up Is winter. This was hown bthp1 'W ,
Charleston, Au g. 2.-The bouse of Seagirt, N. J., Aug. 26.-The third manner in wheih Havana weas7 -.
a Mr. Pickering was washed away and day of the military rifle tournament ed. M of the workt was li '-: .
be ands his four children were drown- today with the a day's !g the-winter ses.ona, sd ma : ih
ed by the sudden rising of EIk river mer approached it founct the vl- i.
last night about one hundred miles gram unfinished. The program called; good condition. You eaumet -L
above Charlestou. Much damage was for the windup of the National ndi! any city of any sise to be .MI"
done to property. iidnal match yesterday, but indlcA- a month or two months,t as 3it
Smdtcations are that It will nat be: Ue and hard work to plae tR I 1J
llro& ,ifr T tr i completed before Monday evening, ft dition.
ORKMONDALE W ON Ithen. A heavy dre.pclng northeasti About 1PMsao .
storm swept the camp last nlght, but '"1 have not' bea *oi to.
Tttf FUTURITY condition are slightly better today. trom actual o~bWerrvao the t -
~t-.on of Penescola, but to j i g
S essage From the Prsnt. irhat I have read n The JoNrVa -
31 Aseoqeal. Press Portamouth, N. I, Aug. 6.-At from talking with the pytbas., *
New Tehrl at -Tb'he uturip 1;30 a. m., a long cipher message ar- eellit progress IN been r tide
stakesl, w tf'ity thousand dollar, rived f*om. Oyster Bay for Asist -nt
ix a rtlo oert att tght track -atSecretar P. ree. lt
wras won by On adit: 'Tmber, see-.
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Will begin Sept. slt, at their BIg Stores,


118 to 124 S. Palefox St., Pensacola, Fla.


This will be the greatest opportunity ever offered to the people of West Florida to ba
good clean seasonable merchandise at prices that are less than actual factory cost.


Misses' and Children's

Slippers and Oxfords.


75 PAIR OF BABY SLIPPERS,
SIZES 11/ TO 6, WORTH 75c, 0c and
$1.00 PER PAIR THIS SALE 4c.
ONE LOT BAREFOOT SANDALS
SIZE 11 TO 2, WORTH $125 TO $1.50
AT 69c PER PAIR.
ONE LOT BAREFOOT SANDALS,
SIZE 5 TO 10, WORTH $1.00 PER PR.
NOW 55c.
100 PAIR CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS,
SIZES 6 TO 11, REGULAR $100 PER
PAIR; THIS SALE c.
175 PAIR CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS
SIZES 6 TO 2. MANY STYLES TO
SELECT FROM, WORTH 1.50 PER
PAIR, THIS SALE 8k.
OUR ENTIRE LINE MISSES' AND
CHILDREN'S $1.75 AND tMO SLIP-
PERS AND OXFORDS, THIS SALE
$1Jp.
30 PAIR MISSES' AND CHIL-
DREN'S WHITE CANVAS OXFORDS
AND SLIPPERS MERRIAMS' MAKE,
WORTH $150 TO 2.00, SIZES. 6 TO
THIS SALE ALL ONE PRICE, e..
50 PAIR OF CHILDREN'S WHITE
CANVAS SLIPPERS, THIS SALE 7 o
PER PAIR.
100 PAIR BABY SOFT SOLE
OHOES SIZE 0 TO 3, ALL LEATHER
Moc QUALITY THIS SALE 356.
ALL OUR MISSES' AND CHIL-
DREN' OXFORDS AND STRAP
SLIPPERS, .50 QUALITY, THIS
SALE S1t9.


Ladies' Oxfords and


Strap Slippers.


90 PAIR LADIES' GENUINE DON-
GOLA OXFORDS, SIZES 3 TO 8, PAT.
TIP; SOLD EVERYWHERE FOR
$1.25; THIS SALE 65c.
ONE LOT LADIES' COMMON
SENSE HOUSE SLIPPERS WITH
SINGLE STRAP, SIZES 3 TO 7; THE
$1.00 QUALITY, THIS SALE 79c.
300 PAIR LADIES' FINE OXFORDS
SIZE 2/2 TO 8, WORTH REGULAR
$1.50 TO $2.00, MANY STYLES TO
SELECT FROM; THIS SALE UNLY
$1.00 PER PAIR.
75 PAIR LADIES' ELEGANT
DRESS SLIPPERS IN STRAPS AND
RIBBON TIES, SIZES 11/ TO 6 IN
PATENT KID, PATENT COLT AND
PLAIN KID, *2.0 AND $3.00 VALUES
THIS SALE $1.50.
ALL OF OUR LADIES' $1.50, $1.75
AND S2.0 STRAP SLIPPERS; THIS
SALE $1.0.
THE FOLLOWING REDUCTIONS
ON ALL CELEBRATED DUTOHESS
OXFORDS:
ALL TAN COLORS AT HALF
PRICE.


ALL OUR $2.0 BLACK
AT $1.5.


ALL OUR $3&0
AT $2.19.


BLACK OXFORDS


ALL OUR $3.0 BLACK OXFORDS
AT $295
ONE LOT QUEEN QUALITY OX-
FORDS, WORTH '*240 AND E$3 ;
THIS SALE $1.4.
LADIES WHITE CANVASS OX*
FORDS WORTH $1.75 TO $.0. THIS
SALE $1S.3


MEN'S AND BOYS'
OXFORDS
And Outing Shoes.

75 PAIR WHITE AND GREY CAN-
VAS OXFORDS BOTH MEN'S AND
BOYS', $1.60 QUALITY; THIS SALE
8g .
20 PAIR MEN'S FINE WHITE
CANVAS OXFOROS $2.50 VALUE;
THIS SALE $1.86.
ONE LOT MEN'S FINE CANVAS
OUTING SHOES, $2, 0 AND $3.00
VALUES, THIS SALE $1.5.
ONE LOT MEN'S FINE BLACK
AND TAN IMPORTED RUSSIA
LEATHER GOLFING SHOES $3.60
VALUE THIS SALE $2.19.
OUR ENTIRE LINE BOYS' AND
YOUTHS LOW SHOES; BURLEY&
STEVENS MAKE AT 20 PER CENT.
DISCOUNT DURING THIS SALE.
ONE LOT OF BOYS' BLACK AND
TAN; OXFORDS, $150 QUALITY
THIS SALE W9
ALL OF OUR MEN'S $1.50 OX.
FORDS AT $1.19.
ALL OF OUR MEN'S *2.0o OX-
FORDS AT $1.0. *
ALL OF OUR MEN'S $2.0 OX-
FORDS AT $1.5.
SLL OF OUR MEN'S So. OX.
WORDS AT *2.2.L
ALL OF OUR MEN'S $.0M OX-
FORDS AT *2AL
AL OP OUR MEN'S CELEBRAT.
ED DUNLAP OXFORDS IN SHINY
AN1 DULL LEATHER, BOTH BLK.
AND TAN, 6.M SELLERS THIS
SALE *$8.5.


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CLOTHING.


ONE LOT MEN'S WASH SUITS,
2.50 VALUE; THIS SALE $1.85
ALL OF OUR PURE LINEN SUITS
$5.00 AND $600 QUALITIES; THIS
SALE $3.95.
ONE LOT MEN'S WASH PANTS,
$1.25 VALUE; THIS SALE 90c PER
PAIR.
ANY $10.00 SUIT IN OUR IM-
MENSE LINE; THIS SALE $7.75.
ALL $1250 SUITS THIS SALE $9.00
YOUR CHOICE OF OUR ELEGANT
LINE OF $15.00 SUITS DURING
THIS SALE FOR $11.50.
$12.75 WILL BUY ANY OF OUR
ELEGANT IMPORTED WORSTED
OR CRASH SUITS, WORTH $16.50t
$20.00, DURING THIS SALE.
ONE LOT OF BOYS' WASH SUITS
WORTH $1.25 TO $200 THIS SALE
75 ,PER PAIR.
A SWEEPING REDUCTION OF 20
PER CENT ON ALL OUR BOYS'
LIGHT-WEIGHT WORSTED AND
CASHMERE SUITS DURING THIS
SALE.
200 PAIR BOYS' WASH PANTS,
25c QUALITY; THIS SALE 1S., SIZE
5 TO 15.
25 PAIR BOYS' FINE CORDED
PIQUE AND LINEN CRASH BLOUSE
PANTS, SIZE 6 TO 10, 75 QUALITY
THIS SALE 580 PER PAIR.
200 PAIR MEN'S CELEBRATED
DUCHESS COTTONADE PANTS;
$125 QUALITY; THIS SALSA 1S".
20 PER CENT OFF DURING THIS
SALE ON ALL OUR FINE WORST-
ED TROUSERS, RANGING IN PRICE
FROM $250 TO .00 PER PAIR.


Men's and Boys' Straw

and Panama Hats.


ONE LOT OF MEWS EXTRA FINE
MILAND, MACKINAW, AND SPLIT
STRAW HATS WORTH REGULAR
FROM $1.50 TO $3.00; THIS SALE
50c.
ONE LOT OF BOYS' AND CHIL.
DREN'S HATS, 25c VALUES; THIS
SALE 10c.
YOUR CHOICE OF ANY 50o
STRAW HAT IN OUR ENTIRE
LINE; MEN'S OR BOYS' FOR 3c.
ALL OF OUR 75c STRAWS FOR
46c.
ALL OF OUR $1.0 STRAWS FOR
69c.
ALL OF OUR $1.50 STRAWS FOR
89c.
ALL OF OUR S200 STRAWS FOR.


$1.00.
ALL OF OUR $20 STRAWS
$1.25.
ALL OF OUR 8.00 STRAWS;
$1.40.
$800 PANAMAS FOR $.7K
$10.0 PANAMAS FOR m0.
$1.00 PANAMAS FOR $0.9
$200 PANAMAS FOR $186^.


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Boys' & Children's Caps.
WE CARRY THE LARGEST AND
BEST SELECTED LINE OF THIS
STYLE OF 4UA"D OAR TO 11
FOUND IN THIS CITY; DURING
THIS SALE WE OFFER YOU YOUR
CHOICE AT THE FOLLOQW1N EX.
CEEDINOLY LOW PtICES. 2. ,
CAPS POfR1if iSo CAPS FOR Me;:
75e CAPS FOR 40S;Sta1 CAPS FOR
75e; 1St. CAPS F 0 e; S. '
CAPS FOR $1.10; AO' CAPS FOR
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Boys' 6 end's h awear
THE MOST COMPLETE LINK TO
BE FOUND IN THE CITY.
YOUR CHOICE OF OUR ENTIRE
LANE OF 16 BLKOANT STYLES OF
500 VALUES AT 0e PER SUIT.
25 PER CENT REDUCTION ON
ALL UNDERWEAR FROM ONE DOL-
LAR PER SUIT UP.

osiery ad Neckwear
150 DOZEN MEN'S HALF HOSE,
10c VALUES; THIS SALE AT 7c PER
PAIR.
100 DOZEN MEN'S HALF HOSE
IN BOTH FANCY AND PLAIN, 150
VALUES THIS SALE 11e PER PAIR
50 DOZEN MENW PINE HALF
HOSE; MANY STYLES TO SELECT
FROM; 25o VALUES; THIS SALE
19c.
YOUR CHOICE OF OUR ELEGANT
LINE OF 906 HALF HOSE FOR 39t
DURING THIS SALr
200 DOZEN FINE MADRASS AND
SILK SHIELD BOW TIES WORTH
PROM 10 TO Se EACH HIS SALE
So EACH.
ONE LOT OF FINE STRING TIES
se QUALITY; THIS SALE 12. EACH
YOUR CHOICE OF OUR SWELL
LINE OF Se FOURtN-HAND WIND
SOR AND CLUB TIES AT 19.
YOUR CHOICE OF OUR IMMENSE
LINE OF Ps W1INDOR CLUBS AND
FOURkN-HANDS DURING THIS
SALE FOR 40.

Mers it"Sruesen
BOYS' IW. SUSPENDERS FOR 9c.
BIOYSr 2S SUfwNURs FOR l15.
BOYS' 2" SUS KSNORS FOR Uk
MEN'S' $1 SSWEphRS FOR

MEN'S 7ft SUSPteDRS FOR as
MEN'S US SUSPUNOERS FOR 403
MEN'S S* SUSPtMDERS POR at
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.C. C. Gcdm, Geo. Aeperer

Sti! n Business !
GEORGE A. PETTERSON,
:, iucated at
Cc'. Governr.ent and Barcelona St.,
Sf ... ": prepared than ever
I, a typewriters,
.:;.- :',ls. locks. light ma-
( r,.:.'r\ and bicycles.
PHONE 203.

r K. WHrITe
I"lKSred TO0L" .


WISELY TOLD.


F- ; inu: Frohlichstein. bookkeeper
S Frthrr!,stin Cigar Manufac-
:.- ',nilar.%. of Mobile, Ala, is in
Son a visit to his sister, Mrs.
l. >
... c: H Greenblatt, a prominent
-,- man of this city, leaves on
:...irnin train for Atlanta, Geor-
r Knoxville and other points in
,,:I.'--,-c. for a joint business and
*a-,:-e trip.
I n :-d States Marshal 'Tos P. Mc-
C ;:-: ha- returned' from Washing-
I here he went to place a colored
%::,a:, in the insanee asylum. The
v ..n was from the naval resevra-
Th, coast* steamer Tarpon, of the
1: .a'ola. St. Andrews and Gulf line,
,-. d yesterday afternoon from Car-
Millville. St. Andrews and
\;:,.,hiEcla b Ee brought a good
-. i0 freight. and had quite a num
a: a.'sse.np ers.
: W B Sheppard. United States
S a::, rn'. wili leave to-day for
S ,- ir ifr.i. where be will join hU
u' 1 hniv been there for sev-
S Later they will go to the
Zy *,i. spnlnding some time in
S-: :n re ',rning to the city
S i, course of ihe next thirty
c
f '. "ndan:s were before Re-
t' ..:*' ;n :he municipal court
::i.ir:nc. Of this number
"': iar.:s were discharged.
" ... -':.: :nutd. one defendant
4 4 neef .if fifteen days, and
Amounting to $51.
ta ... E Welles and his family
: a: noon for points in
.:und stares. where they
;-i ...- during the course of
S: x e, r k Captain Welles
'- "' i;rn home within the
( .' '' :n; >i;: h
'.rf;t Holtp' Arrivals: C. H.
'.-,;n. (';' : \. N. McNulty, War-
t A' 1L Edwards. Doyer,
C lerri::. City: S. p. Coats,
C:ial ;r ,gra Tenn.: Homer Parson,
C. ;. 11 Ha'hwa and wife. Brooks-
S' F R W. S:orrs, DeFuniak
F- : Rober: .1 Ranger, City;
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SCAHIcES






IN CONCREU


*icsissi, i Cfrmess-r Writs
ft ia hsdthiu if
the Pusmcla Autis-
jtxso

Congressman S. Candler, Jr.. to
whom was recently referred a copy
of the resolution passed by the City
Board of Health of Pensacola, by
Secretary I. H. Sykes, of the Colum-
bus Progressive Union, has repliea to
the letter of that gentleman, anl it is
expected that he will lend his aid in
the matter of the government assum-
ing charge of all quarantines of sea-
ports.
The letters of Secretary Sy&es ana
Conressman Candler were received by
Mayor Bliss yesterday afternoon and
are as follows:
Secretary Sykes.
"Oolumbus, Miss, Aug. 25, 1905.
"lon. Chas. H. Bliss, Peeacola, Fla.
"Dear Sir-( am pleased to hand:
you letter from our representative in
congress from this district bearing on
the subject of seaport quarantine
under government supervision.
"Should your representative present
a bill looking to the national govern-
ment assuming charge of quarantine
along our sea ports, I feel sure that it
will receive the support of Mr. Cand-
ler, who by the way, I want to assure
you is a worker in the interest of any
measure he advocates.
"Asking that you do me the kind-
ness to return Mr. Caadler's letter of
the 24th, for my fles, and assuring.
you of my oesire to serve you in this'
important matter, I beg to remain,
"Yours truly.
"I. H. E SYKe
"Secretary."
ongree man Candtlr.
"Corinth, Miss.. Aug. 25, 1906.
"Mr. I. H. Sykes, Secretary Columbus
Progressive Union, Columbus, Miss.
tDear Mr. Sykes-Your letter of
the 22nd inst it at hand ths morning.
enclosing to am a copy of the resolu-
tions favoring national quarantine of
seaports, etc. and requesting my sup-
port of a bill looking to the govern-
ment assuming control of such mat-
ter.
"It will give me pleasure to give the
matter candid consideration and to'
take such action in the premises as
in my judgment will be fo" the best
interests of the whole country. With
assurances of best wishes and regards,
I am,
"Truly your friend.
"K S. CANDAR, JR."
EXCELLENT BANO CONCERT
AT NAVY YARD LAST NIGHT.
An excellent band concert was
given last night at the navy yard by
the United States Marine Band, and
was greatly enjoyed by those who
were present The program was as
follows:
1. tars and Stripes Porever-
sou".
2. Overture, William Te7l-Rossini.
3. 3el. Maritana-Wallace.
4. Waltz. Tout Paris-Waldteufel.
5. Pantasie, Home Sweet Home-De
Trinis.
6. Sel. The Yankee Consul--Robin.
7. Hearts and Flowers-Tobani.
8. A Tennessee Jubilee-Chambers.
9. Waltz. King Dodo-Luders.
10. March, North and South-
BErooks.
Star Spngled' Banner.
FIFTEENTH ANNIVERSARY
TO BE Cc'FtfRATEO.
The fifteenth anniversary of the
Creole Catholic Benevolent Associa-
tion wi.. be celebrated to-day, when
the members will go across the bay
ana' spend the day there.
Heretofore the celebrations have al-
ways occurred in the hall on East
Government street, but this year i
was decided to have the event occur
across the bay. About fifty members
will leave the city this morning about
8 o'clock for the pcie- grounds.


. .x >_ ret ., r WRONG SORT
.: :. Hut.:vililc. Ala.; Luther G
: U: nlr'. Ala. T. E. John- Perhtl ain Old Meat, Ptatoes and
S,'r-un:ak Springs. Pla.; W.m. BrMd may Se Agait You for a
SHJ. H. Sandman. Jr.,
S' La: J B. Wood, Louis- A change to the right kind of food
: T L. Gant. City; J. IH. ol- can lift one from a sick bed. A lad
in Welden, 1, says:
"Last spring I became bed-fast with
,. lqra!.: is the means of the revere stomach trouble accompanied
.- c Blue Ribbon Lmon sick headache. I got worse and
BlueRibbon Lemon
Sa 'ract Ask your gro- worse until I became low I could
R : rio Lemon and Va- scarcely retain any food at all, al-
:. T. , F;avors perfectly though I tried every kind, I had be-
aors perfectly. come completely discouraged, had
C LINER CUT ~ up all hope and thought I was WANT J
Sooomed to starve to death, till moe day O
HALE I W OT my husband trying to find something PAY C
UHILE IN TW O I could retain broukt home some
Y Sun sa|s: | p. j Grape-uts.
.k Sun rays: Capt.i' "To my surprise the food agreed
S :*: Hanburg-Ameri- with me. digested perfectly and with- By Asso
S.. w h ailed hence'out distress. I began to gain strength Parls. Aug. 26.-
Ss on July 26, ha eat once, my lesh (which had been from Portsmouth Ii
:, hbs agents here flabby) grew former, my health im- question of peace
+ ;i:;.'c coligion with a proved in every way and every day, and Japan hinges
a. out. It was dusk and in a very few weeks I ga ed 20 money, the Mattn c
'irht, a big black pounds in weight. I iked Grape-Nuts markable Dpeal to
Sa other food. and always felt s well meet the crisis. Th
cs' re to avoid the ratiseed after eating as if I had at with lengthyarg
sed him by also: down to a ine banquet. immense benefits a
:.; He ran ito it; "I had no retmr of ibe mieerable confer upon civilli
S 7The shock of hit, sick stomach not oTAOIETAOINO
i .. was followed by two sick stomach iMr of We hdaches, CARD OF
-e -elaratea halves! that I used to have whL I ate food. I desire to than
i..:r.a:ing against the pro- I am now a well wMa do all my friends whose smYM
cwn work again, and feel that life were so gratefully l
r.:es that the "sea tort is worth living. sickness and death
: o h,-ip' lengths in "Grafe- utes"ft h s god- especially desire t
::> rtd. one Jarde por-! send to my b-aly; It dasely asVed bers of Nami BRb
n :-a:i whaie was shea float- my life snad my two ttle boys hav the L O. O. r.
.cI-n re of the crinjo wa- thrives on It woMdriul." Namae BB
Tir-, ,'eir rhalee ch jes- given by Poet a Co, BDtl CreIek,
-'cd u",harW,it- were near t et. Mich. 4WO LI S Tv
a-mina,). .owPd the eng here's reins. L.a 150A SHOS
SrighH and ht- s:teashGet the it* SWk a's boo aWo ATjiV
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departments we found a number of items that we have thrown out on

Special Bargain Coutees to clean up regardless of.formner cost




WE MUST MAKE ROOM FOR NEW 00ODS WHICH ARE ARRIVING DAILY


Twenty cases of New toods received last week, most of which is stored

in our warehouse for lack of room. Come and help us to clean up the bal-

ance of all summer skes during the womlng week.



Clean-Up Prices on Olean-Up Sale of Embroideries. Clean-Up Sale of La4les'

Ladies' Waisls and Suits o ,,..o., 8c. and 60 pieces Very Fne Muslin Underwear.
12%,c Embroideries and Embroideries and In-
$1.50 and $1.75 Fine Sheer White Insertiogs, to clean up sections, worth 15c and One lot of 69c and S7c Corset
Lawn Waists. exquisitely made, Monday at . to clean upMionday, Covers, Gowns, Drawars and
sizes 32 to 42, take your pick ..... Chemise, to clean up Monday
Monday for ............ ..793 at, .. .. .... .. .. .. 4
$2.00 and $2.50 White Waists, One lot of 35c Corset Covers and
beautifully made and trimmed, Drawers to go on bargain table
our clean-up price .. .. .. .. .61.25 at -***- .. ** ** ** .. ** ** ** . .2
"' " ". nmne file an-Up-Sale of Wash Goods
ONE LOT OF VERY HANDSOM.E w12U5av U wofas IUU A miscellaneous lot of $1.25 and
ONE LOT OF VERY HANDSOME $1.39 Gowns, Drawers, Corset
SAMPLE WA ST 8, BOUGHT ~ o Monday Covers, Chemise sad Skirts to
MUCH UNDER VALUi, TO CLEAN clean up Monday at.. .... ....95o
UP MONDAY AT ACTUAL COST. 150 pieces very fine Cord- 10 40 pieces Fine Noppe Voile
These are the celebrated GRIFFON ed Lisse Batistes, French yads andt inen Sgwoltngs and 15c Clean-Up Sale of Towels
WAISTS, noted for style and exqu- Organdy and entee Skrtngs, worth c to 40c
site workmanship, so don't overlook 2Law pe d15 on bargain counter atn-up price
this opportunity. oand Towelings.
$6.00 White Belfast Linen Suits, 50 dozen White Crash Towels,
only 10 Suits left, will close regular 6. quality, to go at .. .
them out Monday for .. .. ..$1.956 Bleached Huck Towels in this
$10.00 White Belfast Linen Suits, Special Cfean-Up Prices From 8 to 8 o'clock Monday. clan-up sale f ..... ..
button-hole embroidered, styl- 60 dozen Extra-Large Bleached
ishly made, sizes 32 and 40 only, Eek Towels, regular 12%e qJua
to clean up Monday at ...... $2.9 ity in Monday's Clean-Up Sale,
Clean-Up Sale of all White Lawn Best 36-inch Genuine S ales 12%c Quality Bleached Pillow per dozen ..T....will... .e
Suits at Lees Than Actual Cost. Bleachery Camgric, 10 yards Case, to go at ............ 10o ingSe Bleached towgo at a.bwe
$7.0 White Swiss Suits, stylishl for ................ ..g, .... ......
made, sizes 34, 36 and 40, clean- Best 3nch Forest Mills Bleached Best50 Bleached Hemmed 12c llnen Rssia Crash Tow-
uppreBest 3inch Forest Mls Bleache tBdeling, Clean-Up Price ........
p price ................3.50 Domestic to go at 15 yds, for $1.00 Sheets too at............ 46 25c Extra-Large Bleached Turk-
$10.00 White Lawn Suits, very 14c Bleached Pillow Cases, to go 69c and 75e Extra Quality Bleach- ish Bath Towels, Olean-Up
handsomely made, newest style, at.. .................. 11C ed Sheets for.. .......... 59o price .............. ....19
sizes 34. 36, 38 and 40, clean-up
price Monday .. ......... .955 25 pieces New Fall Zephyr
Ladies' $1.25 Black, Blue or o Ginghams, very choice styles,
White Duck Skirts, to clean up best 1S1 values, to 0o In &he
Monday at ..s......... ....79c clean-Up Sale of lAdies' ChBldren's and Mi" es' Hosiery. e*, cleaale,- at
Monday at ..................710 7clean-up sale at ......., ..11



Special Clen-Up Prices on aU Our Fine Muslin Underwear Monday.




CLEAN-UP PRICES ON ALL BED SPREADS THIS WEEK.


Come to The Busy Store for Cut Prices on Everything.
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1[R I dL4 IL direction. It should be an easy matter
to eliminate the mosquito from this
ted PrM. city, but the people should not stop
Owing to reports now that they have their city in a
indicating that the! uamttary codition, but should con-
e between Rassia tinue the work and make it permanent.
upon a matter of "Keep the city in a sanitary conal-
abled tonight a re-i tion should be the watchword, and it
John D. RokekfZ- shouidl be remembered; that the mos-
use his wealth to quito can convey the dangue fever as
be appeal concludes well as thp yellow fever."
nenti showing th3 Not to Mest uiteras.
such an act would Dr. Porter Mid that his visit to
nation. Pensacola was not to meet Dr. Gui-
teras, the noted Cuban yellow fever
T vANK. epe4rt, in act he had tot *repod-
k-'the many kind ed whth the fttein redard-tooa a W t-
pathy and serdces t, and said that his visit was solely
received during the in connection rith the state quamr-
of my husband. I tine system.
a thank the mem- He will rbaqt here. or two or
eksh liodg e of three days ad. v tm return to
.Jkonllle "o' soperuns the GaMra-
N. H&M300M. tine in' s.all eta l of tort st
'E FAMOUS 0IN- $ NEW UIE OrP TE FAMOUS DUN
i FORi ENi j t Ap *o00 PoU FORME1w0 JAWtf
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GREEVILLE GETS

DRUBBED AGAIN

Special to The Journal.
Florala, Aq 24.-The Florala team
edministered another defeat to the
Greenville aggregation n the diamond
here thi afternoon, the score at the
lose of the game being 5 to 1 in fa-
vor of Florat. The summary of the
game: ai.,Illows:
S nmd:" Florala Greenville 1; base
hits, Floral 8, Greenville 4; errors,
,lorala 2, e 98 struck out,
-y Helas tfMie 13.U by May 7.
Bstleri: l I a, ISer eiHelms and
Cawthn: Greenville, May and Baker.
Umpire, AIJd. Te of game 1:35.
WM w040,s90 $oNs HAVE SE.
CUR W TMIll ENtY FOR ONE OF
rTM hilAl t 4- UsIVE TA.-
%nLai""lw US tINW THE A6t,.
AWb AmL PREPARED TO
TAKE Ytl FOR THAT
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BELL PHONE 208. ,


PREVIOUS TO BUYING$ MAKE IT YOUR DUTY TO
PRICES AND INSPECT TH E GREAT ASS
CONTAINED IN OUR MAMMOTH VARII


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TREE DELIVERY.
LEARN OUR LWA'.
DRTMENT .-
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Feather Dusters, lO1c regular 15c Japanese Straw Splashes, S ad
article. Four papers Vegetable Seeds tr
Mennen's Talcum Powder, regular See our line of Vases goin Lg at
price 25c, our price 20c. each.
Best quality Gavanfted Wash Tubs Flesh Brushes, 6e eaeh.
50, 65 and 75c each. White China Brekftat P :late.
SAcSg-handled Wall rooma, 40c. 'each. .
Tally Books, Canvas Back, no. Yellow BowlS i, Y19 and Bwe
Wax Gas Tapers, c box. imported China Cups and li
Ohoe Soles, lOc pair. going at c. v.
Tack Hammers and.:1 each. Shoe Nails, 5e paper.
Beinfle lAbrarry Paste, c bottle. 16-Inh Colomala Glas Vs-s,
CO0 Cata t Hoogs lOc duewn. Two pape a odble Pole i
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Penscola, Florida, Sunda


0 WHERE IT IS TO BE POUND.
S The Pensacola Journal is on
W Gale the following acS ia
Sthe cty:
9 Day Hotel.
0 CoWs seek Sore. .
S WDepot News Stad.
S Gem ekr Book e.
0 Lewle Homs.
Merchants Hotel.
S Southenm Hotel.
* Thompeson's Book Store.
0 Wagand fee Cream Parlor.
0 Waenhmm% New mSt nd
SWalkers Book Store.


GOING AWAY?
When yeo lav the city for your
-mm r vatalon have The Pensecola
Jewil fellow yo. Notify ciroula.


A Poweful Cartoon
ad Ift MoraL
The Journal is indebted to the
courtesy of the Jacksonville Metropo-
lis for the privilege of publishing the
Metropolls's powerful cartoon "How
the Gallows Is Cheated," which ap
pears on the first page of The Journal
this morning. Nearly every newspa-
per in Florida has oommente'" on this
cartoon and Pensaeolians in particu-
lar are in a position to recognize its
sttrng points.
If. as this cartoon suggests and as
experience seems to demonstrate, it
has got to a stage where a white
murderer cannot be legally executed
to Florida, then the law is a tree and
the capital punishment feature should
be cut out of it
The eclipse of the sun next Wednes-
day will be only a partial eclipse in
Florida and will be visible just at sun
rise. It is safe to predi t Laerefore
that mighty few people in this part
ot the world will witness it.

On Judge Will Send
Pitol-Totrs to Convict Camp.
Prom Duval county comes the cheer-
tng news that one judge, at least, in
the great stlte of Florida intends to
do what he can to break up the con-
eealed weapon practice
Judg S aylor, of the criminal court
gI record of that county, according to
the Jaoksaville Metropolis. is going
to send convicted pistol toters to the
eoavict camp as the law gives him
sathority to do, and he hopes with
a few examples of that kind to pretty
early break up the nefarious prac-


NEXT

SUNDAY
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MOMMI XCAb-PT MON, Ay ed the moe a It Isbewee s o le than 3 0 a day oJr wi
.___ the sun and the 'awffh. Then a peeu auktrlp. w t the pubimae ath m su
.. .lir c....t h is lnticed in the appear- ber oft Mt 0 he Ahs to selL1 Tae r
lAL COW A dance of the sky, whlc becomes tint- w r ocl s by elli on t l A
ed with a gray ish hu s at evernn cantry's good to advertiseverything e
m M--_ agip N W mi The shadows att by tihe folage be- they want, by whlch their fortress en
gin to look unusual, for the light shin- will be made, the public benetted, at
i! QM~Y 'rll' III i th~ roehen ensh ~a ipoe among and pt ras, the grat support Ot e:
the leave, instead do nfor.- i a ittle their olbertiep, be eriched. .. m
"r- ... cleem-- the eara Tu, a see that *Vezt y years 1
IM Acres t, ce i mag o the artly cor-i 5, tth enterprtisng bafsness man wp
, iered sun. Some ten minutes before was as mcbh alive to the advantages ca
.WlMM M" own"S Au MMM e..oth .., r*at. : of a, ublicitr o- -" is todas" But in to
On S 2We ........... l otality the darkness begis to be felt of p cty as is today t t to
SWeey a r.1 and a seuse ot Bancnesa pervade addition to the consideration of seln- f
St -I rWe a the scene. Birds cease their song and n terest, he advocate advelrtising for
SFbasten to their nests twittering to the benelit rt "the stess, the great for
PAPU OM W CN A OALu a. ea ther at trllg, ra sOp-. support of their liberties," ad it is o
A rc W Ir se a n cese evn'" ipP a rd eao t to be doubted that people in thosa r
Sthe fower. have-been known to close days knew how to appreciate a free Yo
their petals as at tl ht. and f ntrammeled press to an extent de
Ms oer mes t ta At the same time thm lair become which it is doubtful if they approach co
1O1 N.. A t e tm e e t ye by
,__.___ I decidedly e.hly, ad sometimes dew "y .io
_' wt ..appears. In a few moments, it theo Mt
y Morning, August 27, 1)35. observer face te western horlson, aJaconvie aderman thas it
the moon's shadow is sen pproachn d. i-
" o... .tic'irt to prohibit the use of street cau
tioe so far as the people ln Duval ing much like a ightry wave or a pt br aldermen end other ctv Jai
County are concerned, ne tnermorm tna offcasels. The Jaksonville alderman
S This isexactly what The Journal h terrlyg sw nes, until it a a the prper idea Thee is no e
Shas been advocating and we venture velops him as with shroud. here th proper he o rWee- o c.
Schilly..._la-son Wt y a cyt oncal sould rie on -
to predict (hat after two or three well the hdow r aciaUy official .. houd rd ofc

Shave heretofore got off by the pay. rise or sunset, the advance of the I har kely, however, that thef t
Smeat of a ine, are made to do time a shadow along the earth's surface may Jacksonville ordinance will p it
Sthe chain-gng, there will not be uit' reach as great a velocity as o o WM l. eI&t.. tha city ofcials a
Sso much pistol toting in that commun-. fve thousand iles an hLour.n either pay n hel fare or walk, an
Sity as there no doubt is row. server named Forbes, who once ha either i a very disagreeable thing topa "
Human life is altogether too cheap opportunity for obseing te do, at this ason of the ar partlcu- ci e
9 in Florida, ant in a good many other arshing shadow, from the Sup- al 't he
places for that matter, and Its chelp- erma at Trn a whch commands a P no
ness is th-result largely of the failure maeg ifcent view, gire this thrilling The physicians of New Orleans are i
Wentat lxk af mjde o d tim in- sado alog te erths sufac ma InhardX- ikey, owevr, hatth
the lian,4ang,-thn w~l~ reah, LS reata vlocty'as fur r UkS~nill'orinace wjI assit


of the courts to Impose the limit of
punishment on men who unlawfully
carry pistols for the purpose of kill-
ing a fellowman.. There is no dodg-
ing the issue-the man who carriers
a concealed gun does it for the pur-
pose of killing some one-and the
punishment for carrying such a weap-
on should be made to fit the crime
itself.
Escambia county has had many bit-
ter experiences as a result of this
-fact, and the cost both in life and
money would be hard to estimate.
The payment of a little $100 fne by
a man who has money or friends is


nothing more than a license for the
privilege of continuing his dangerous
concealed weapon practice. If such
were sentenced, on conviction, to the
convict camp, it would have the effect
of partially at least breaking the prac.
twice up, and that is exactly where they
should be sent.
Jacksonville is rejoicing over the
prospective visit of President Roose-
velt on October 17. The President
will see a mighty good town when he
gets there.

Solar Eclipse of 1905
Occurs August 30.
Collier's Weekly of August 26, con-
tains some very interesting matter
concerning the great astronomical
event of the year-the total eclipse of
August 30. The pathway of shadow
begins at sunrise south of Hudson
'Bay, enters the Atlantic Ocean a short
distance north of Newfoundland,
crosses northeastern Spain, north-
eastern Algiers, and northern Tunis,
passes centrally over Assuan on the
kile, and ends at sunset in southeast-
ern Arabia. The duration of totality
on the coast of Labradar, in Spain,
and at Assuan, is two and a half,
three and three-fourths, and two and
three-fifths minutes respectively. Yet
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account of his experience: "I per-
ceived," he says, "in the southwest, a
black shadow like that of a storm
about to break, which obscured the
Alps. It was the lunar shadow com-
ing toward us. I confess it was the
most terrifying sight I ever saw. As
always happens In the case of sudden,
silent, unexpected moments, the spec-
tatqr confounds real and relative mo-
tion. I felt almost giddy for a mo-
ment, as though the massive building
under me bowed on the side of Lhe
coming eclipse."


The merchant tho


continues to


waste his money in an attempt to ad-
v ertise by the old-fashioned method
of circulars demonstrates that ina that
respect at least, he is an ol4 fogg.
About the chief effect of circular ad-
vertising is to stamp a store as sec-
ond class or behind the times. It
does not appeal to intelligent people,
but it does prejudice-them against
the business house that employs it

A Pensacola Newspaper
of Seventy Years Ago. '
A friend has left at The Jopinal of.
fice a copy of the Pensacola Gazette,
dated November 19, 1836, and which
is yet in an excellent state of preser-
vation. This old newspaper, printed
when Pensacola was but a small vil-
lage and long before the great ma-
jority of the city's present inhabitants
were born, contains a great deal of
interesting matter. Amoin other fee.


AND PWS AO LIAf


e Case of Burton.
11 r114 reputation ased libafe w
mr high In a commoualty and with
torts untarnished to obtain money.
ae at. point is that of B. L Baur,
*,, of Pensacola, well educated, an
pert penman, draughtamat and clvil
gineer, who had a heatdome living
his command, but not content o.
rn It legitimately by his talents, he
lut go Into forging names to war-
its and obtaining moneg.y tb'eby.
he resultIs a sad one. Burton last
ek was transferred from a life of
se and comfort and soCial happiness
a co lt-riI n ap, rheft e plast la-
r hard and be deprived of all' com-
rts and enjoyment.
Burton is to live the life of a felon
Eight years, to be consort of the
w and depraved and for what? To
tain money wrongfully to be a high
ler. Take warning, young man.
Du cannot always hide your evil
Bds, and punishment will surely
me to you. Every right is forfeited
you as a freeman, and you are
rse than a slave.-Jacksonville
ropolls.
ecial "Jim Crow Laws.
It Is likely that the city councils of
cksonvllle and Pensacola, now that
SAvery street car law has been de
Hired unconstitutional, will pass a!
ecial measure for their respective
les, setting apart a certain portiofl
the street cars for colored people."
Daytona Gazette-News.
would Back Up Penacola.
Pensacola has taken up in earneat
noYement for a natlo v' quarantine
r. This is a movement, when in
Oper shape, that should receive the
>port of all Gulf states. It has been
early demonstrated that when this
tter is left to each state separatOlMy
good Qn..come of it Commercial-
s i- allowed to enter into the uat-
p O A +16- 4. -A* _ I* __


...... .- r Eiu LuS reauin is sooner or laier alln:
showing their littleness as well as the epidemic. A national laws dminisler-
proverbial disinclination of their pro- ed by the national authority would re-
fesslon to recognizee anything new move the question' from all local in
unr te s, by tr p t enes and surroundings and would
e t.e.sunbyter present treat-.give the whole public that protection
ment of Dr. Leach, the medical scien- to their life which it is Justly entitlewC
tist who claims that arsenisation is a to. The Herald strongly favors the
preventive of yellow fever. The oc-. nationJl system, wisely enacted and
tro very aey repnliesi that. h.e jd.in' wisely handled. As far as it has gone
tor very teely replies that he didn't in Florida it works well. but it can
go to New Orleans to quarrel with the' rtever be the success that it should be
physicians but to 'test his theory and until all the states are brought into
he simply asks the privilege of doing' lne, Under the recent system of one
Sstitte being under the national super-
o without interference. Dr. Leach vision and another local direction, the
should be permitted to make his ex- good work done- by the former is un-r
periments and the other physicians done by the bad work of the latter to,
there should quit making asses o ia certain extent. The whole country
themselves' should back up the Pensacola moveio
i h cement and give it hearty support until
the law is passed by congress.-Tam-'
'J"T IS? "- pa Herala.
Jones was known among his fellows Explosion Threatened.
As a deICt s6rt of man. A municipal "explosion" was threat-,
He liked ai ardent baseball fan. ended in Pensacola when Mayor Bliss'
Had a business that was paying; was arrested on the charge of having
Jolly fe.aW, and true blue, a quantity of dynamite in his posses-
But he al,Ws ke4 the question, sion.-Birmingham Age-Herald.
'Is it 1ot enough for you?" * *


Now, like ether luckless mortals,
On this luckless mundane sphere,
Jones "cashed in," and many people
Paused to drop a passing tea.*
Arrived at Heaven's gate he tarried,
For a moment passing through,
Asked St. Peter the old question,
"Is it hot enough for you?"
Now, they say in Ibwer regions
He's condemned to spend his time.
Friends ain't sorry, as they reckon
Punishment Just hits the crime.
And poor Jones in Satan's portals,
Frequently gets rather blue
As the little devils ask h!m,
"Is it hot enough for Bou?"
-(H. H. Johnson, in Akron Beacon.)


tures, showing the trend of sentiment
and conditions as they existed at that ABOUT NEWSPAPER ADVERTS1-
time, is an editorial comment on the ING.
"advantages of advertising," which is S b s ,
s plbl no s h T Stores "walk backward" slowly, at
as applicable now as it was then. The first. A little strong advertising w'li
editorial is as follows: correct the pace, But "every ditch is
A correspondent of one or the French fuli of those who we-e wise too late.'
papers takes some pains to prove that
all the manufacturing wealth of Eng- "Those who believe a thing male
land and citizens prosperity of Lon- others believe most." If you don't
don is to be traced to the popular cus- believe in your store your advertising
tom of advertising. By -his account will reveal the fact-in its volume as
there is no species of fabric, from well as in its tone.


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The Sale of Cocaine.
Pensacola authorities are determin-
ed to stop the sale of cocaine if such
thing be possible. Two druggists are
now under arrest there for violating a
city ordinance by selling the drug.!
The sale of cocaine, which is largely'
used by the lower classes of humanity,
had recently reached an enormous)
figure, and many cases of pitiable deg-,
radatlon were brought to the atten-
tion of the police of Pensacola through
the use of the drug. The traffic went
to such an extreme that an ordinance
Introduceao some months ago in the
council passed unanimously, there
having been no question as to its
need.-Jacksonville Times-Union.
National Quarantine Approved.
The Pensacola Board of Health has
adopted resolutions favoring a nation-
a; quarantine and censuring the con-
duct of New Orleans officials. The
resolutions charge that there had
been fever in New Orleans since "the
matter part of May, or the early part of
June, and it has been kept a secret
for commercial reasons, during which
time New Orleans has permitted ex-
cursions to enter there even as late
as July 17, at which time the fever
was widespread in the city, and no
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Rug Sale

MONDAY, AUG. 28th,

sl**ld at If r ip.
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DoRt Miss hIt Don't Miss It!!


Such marvelous alus in High Grade Rugs never before offered Pa-s.
sola shoppers. I fact had it not beetor an unusual trade evi.
through which we beom e possewors of these thirty-bour -rt quairv
Smyrna and Wilton Velvet Rus, this sale would be utterly impos.SiP,
at such price If you appreciate and recogaise the Lpportun y
awaiting yo, you will* be here bright and early. Only a limited n;lra
ber in aech lot.


Smyra Rugs
Thos. Uldom & Co's Cele-
braed "Scarlet lAWk" Qualities
SIX $2.75 Smyrna Rugs
sieM 2Ux52, sale price.....81I9
i5' OU R $3.50 Smyrna
Ruogs sise S0x, sale
price .......... ..... 35
FOUR $.oS 8 smB i Rugs,
size ltM sale price... .1$8
OND $x12 foot "Karnak"
Smyrna. Rug, 20.60 val-
aue fr.. ...... ....$1


Skeeirk Witon Rugs
$.W and $5.98
Only 14 Rus In the's extra ')r.
diary lot, the mates of( which
are being offered by lealn:n,
New York retailers as ex,,'.
tlonable values at $1.'i) aad
EGHT of the $5.0 qaalir
si a 30 MoMday.. .. n
SIX of the $750 quality.
size SxT72, Monday.. ..."


HOUSE FURNISH I NGS
Six Intresting Offerings for Monday.


-.; HBET,.
1/8190 $emiaed Sheets,
regular T1e value.. .....Ofe
PILLOW CASES
45x86 Pillow Cases, regular
lar 12Ce value, a.ah ......0lo
SHUCK TOWEL&
20xO0 Hemmed, White and
Colored Borders, 25 val-
ues for.. .. .. ..... ..l19c


SHEETS


90M Hemmed Sheets reg-
lar I9e value...... .. ..7c


PILLOW CASES.


45Sx3 Pillow Cases, regular
15c value, each.. .... 12'/c
HUCK TOWELS.
21x42 Hemmed, all have col-
ored Borders, 35c value...25c


BABY CAPS! I CORSETS
Clearing sale Tawd Caps, Odd lot 50c, 75c aad 11.00
worth 65, 75c and some Corsets. In Girdle. Short
as much as $1.25, Mon and Medium lenksts lear-
day's sale price.. .. ....50c Ing price.. .... ........ 3


Yours for Quality,


W. J. &B. FORBES.


authorities for the protection of an handling quarantine matters in I
innocent and unsuspecting public, emergencies. Where the sta: ,:
making it possible and probable for city health boards are allowed ro '"'
the infection to scatter over the entiro quarantine regulations there Is alwa.
country unexpectedly."' bound to be onfuion, delas an dan-
The resolutions further say that bou to be o d
"the quarantine regulations of New gers. The shotgun quarantines now ;a
Crleans, ana' some other seapor* force in many parts of the Soith are
towns, have been made purposely unwise, uannat and barbarious. Th,,rs
loose for commerelal reasons, thereby would be nothing of thii kin. if 'b
Jeopardizing the health of the entire general government wa., in rhar'.v.
-outh, by -he possible infection of It should also be required to keep c~
ellow fever." ert at all se3por:s, espe!ni
In view of these facts, it is declared through the summer months, *') k -
to be the sense of the Pensacola watch for yellow fever, and to -:!I t.0
Board of Hlth '"that the quarantine facts to the world immediately u;'
of all seaport towns should be under its appearance.
the charge and control of the general There are some things in t n of
government." emergency that, in our judz-n,. -. out.
The Amerean unqualifiedly endorses weigh the rights of the a~at -. an:
the conclusions of the Pensacollans. this question of proper qu -,n'rna
It has long been the opinion of this regulatlonm by the natlona; i ,ve.-
newspaper that the general govern- meant is oe of them.-NashvilP A.mer.
ment was the only power capable of lean.


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A geera ni g-up d all lsuanr good a bout half price.
You will fid everything ust as advertise and, a visit herethese
tree day of fast selling will more than repy you for the trip.
Member, no advertised goods will be reerved. All ust o.
Yor money back if you want it. Sale begins at eight

nday, Tuesday and Wednesday


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Lace Crtain


$UNJ


LAC CtURTAINS, 4/ YARD
LONG, ALL NEW DESIGNS, WORTH
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5 Window Shades for $
WINDOW SHADES 7 FEET LONG
IY 3 FEET WIDE, COMPLETE
WITH FIXTURES (Colors. White,
Ecrue, light Green nd dark Oreen),
READY FOR USE-
5 for $i.@O.

6 Cottage Rods,. 5 .
OAK AND CHERRY COTTAGE
RODS. COMPLETE WITH FIXTURES
READY FOR USE-
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we will sell you a


40-inch Granite Linen Towel


Box of Fine Toilet Soap,
All oer 6 cents.


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Dress Gingham,
10 yards
for Cse.
40 PIECES DRESS GINGHAM,
FAST COLORS, NEW PA t ERNI,
ALWAYS A 10-CENT SELLER-
10 yards for Bo,.


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B1M WHIT -*r~a UTi; WORTH
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TWENTY PIrCES Or FIoUM9m
LAWtFS,- AST COLORS, WORT
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MR. CLUBBSSIKS vTHE FRISCO KID YELLOW FEVER SRiC M(
Cleaning Dye STEAMER S RVIC The Joun
lkll r T orEW $M800 VESSEL WILL BE Mollno, Aug. 26-We hve bd no
guraulun Ofu rIAr" NOW SHINnnSra orseverala bu the urns
UULSIEIS OF .M ONT.k Bossos Blessing PT ON HANDLE NC- rlitces remain t the a
I l and It'N lh le to Mankind R ED BUSINES. the weather is so warm we can hardly
ladies and Gent's Clothin g cleansse, |N 0tank d it. spea>
and dellvere. I1 THE ONLY POSITIVE I have heard of the farmers speak of
. ABELL, POPRIETOR, PREVENTIVE A The Mobile Herald ays: An eight- picking otton, though ops have
140 E. Government S t.V a hundrethousand-dollar com;n1ation been cut short on account of so much
N_ 1_ _ma. Frai felght and pasenger steamr is one I 'ain during July.
,hs.s We, 168. P, a FWra s e co M Lawrence preached here the .
W sts V Know Who Re sents *" e WhoWas1eo the latest that i to be added to the eco T d in this amoth tora
S d LE U FUN I Has Css t M P ___- shipping interests of Mobile. The mall, but attentive congregation.
Easi and I. steerner is to be bult for Mobile and There has been a change made here
-e s Y WOU Shine King Edwrd s ONLY 50 C be one of the hedsomet fastest n railroad agent. r. Corrie Bow-
IDIN C8 P O L il be one n th hest had been here fve moths and:
ntSat IC E C RE A M Shoes SOLD AT NICK APOSTL S RES. *nolarpget modern passenger steamers vetybodyhad bee me a ante th
Ma TAURANT. ever brought south. It will be of the him both In g business way sd is-
--red. Raiks. known as the "Frisoo -- double-deck passenger type of steam- cially, and w evst to have him
kINQ UP Kid," and who was in Pensacola a Manufactured by Ces and is to be completed within a leave us. His sa ee or as Mr. Jessie
T.'w Pensano'a Journal: .tfew months ago with his "shining 1080 MEDICINE MANUFACTUR-. Uagready tor service aily, toB_ .M oft Sllings.
L a rtnt rsu of your journalt A I 's I box," has crossed the pond, and from INL COMPANY, The new and rtal erv ft Ms.bg .tbo .ar, .
,earn (list an honForatble m--ry Cber oftr oounts i determined to polish the The,. ,rmo.eas nd palatial craft is to be!s here tn "ah,:
: counc proposes to require ice PHQNE N 1aoes os Kdts1in Edward. PENSACOLA FLORIDA.. b.ult jointly by the Mobile and Ohio and her ster, Mrs. W. C. 9arrineau,
r o pn es t. .their oer fort uWhen here the Kid aed o the m Ins-- and Southrnrailways and the Mun- and other relatives and friends. Mr.
-' w agon- and weigh ou. their cool CREAM DELIVERED IN ANY jail for a short time. Himelaborately teMs 4Iap Company and express Britton's an4at, Mw W e m.
os m the suffering public. This QUANTITY. decrted bol, upon whih the St to trser ota a a
.. permit me to suggest that ---- o royalty had rested while being pol-I IV W ULL this city. The stem.er is to cost e:, Mrs. Holran, made a flying trip
:. ho. -ble council purcha a have h honorle onlhe, was also taken Into custody. $ 00,000 and the accepting of the Molino Tuesday afternoon.
lht huti.i~sbie council purcha c.. aTehave the honorable council done ci The bootblack did not remain In plaza of steamship builders and the Mrs. Dan Prooter ad two little
:* :sice to weigh their own ac- cep to a'ostruct progress and prevent pens aola lon, but took his de arture a of steamship builders and the Mrs. Dan Proev and two Ite
ao. dealing with i.ferent seci further improvements by exhibiting shortly after being released from es s l of .the contret for the con children are visii her ister and
S* cur city which they should leal technicalities to discorae en- tody. A c e r London to special Journal. strMtbn of the steamer is one of the b rotherMr. G. rp, and M
t. h lr t tterprise and prevent further improve- New York Herald, gives the following Muscogee, AugH).-The Ice ceam matters that aha allt Col. L. Rus- Mrs. Joe Tait, of Atmore, Ala.,
Sefer o the lmasor e taing dia r e meat? account of Ralks: supper given by he ladies of the Bap sell, rice-president of the Mobile and came to Molino friday to spend som;
a- 4,f Gdla or Fut h revenue dt f there is single street or avenue Pred. Ralks, the Amerian travel- tist church last turday evening and Ohio railroad to Washington and New days visiting hr sisters, Mrs. Grim-
: I.. iPensacola moreth in this whole section that has been lo- ing bootblack, otherwise known as the nht was a sucdes and. tnuch credit YorkW i or and, Mrs. Tait. he was atccom-
o a c ntary, and am thorough cated ormula passable att city ex wtithsoo the o ha ai in K i given to those who carried it The steauer is to be built at o planned by her niece, Miss IAzle Par-
r nth a id am thoroogh-e, e should be pleased to see t. land with the object of shining King to e who It er to be bunt at s. ar
S..mi h tis o m Possir bly t ma be aaid that water Edward's boots, I still in IAerpool through. Although it rained during of the eastern shipbuilding yards and er, of Ellisville, sis. ds Parker
.,:,,, on,, e dol, an th ,-e c M iy, ns were extended on brteenh where he Is n great demand. the afternoon, many enjoyed the according to the smi-ocial state- ha been visiting r relve at At
-S r ane dollar in th~ street an Fourteenth avenue. ut "He has shined the boots of th cream under the shelter of .t. m theoec alt oa y a tev is oe and Ohio ol- moe iwrorwS
g Vi:w I am no aware of it. !this was onl done when "e law was Lord Mayor of Liverpool and of Mr. Mcre a utoero m isseli ea Miss Mar Fleming-, of Jennings.
Wi .- 7,,l : ohe honorable gentle-ichanged giing power tohe city to Justice Walton and Mr. Justice Ken- Mr. Edward Mcaskill left Mu ee to go in commission wIthin a year. Miss MarFl
.. h pesn thisr ll needy ho are psen presinn 8 sunday to accept a position at Ce- In the meantime, thMunson Steam- was a visitor to Molino today.
:nke :h. 's naqe hes known What are In spite of this ofm al glet, how.- 'ver the Liverpool Asasles. tury, Fla. His many friends regret ship line is to Indrease its passenger r. and Mrs.Toor ae the
-,-, iveo r.a.n er...e -mdations.at.the.beginningofhappy parents of a fine son.
.hr .ra: where do theft live_ and ever, this city taxing district con- "The 'Kid' has also spent some time his departure. iseemmod teon at the beginning of There was a beautiful home
are :' i. din. oe tinues to improve, and prIvate owners in watching the trials at the assise Miss Genevieve Herman, of Mobile, the winter onby the replacing owe
.as. S r --;e was imrov ed atp im prove their property. rcat out and courts, and he seemed greatly impress- Ala., visiting her cousins, r. and the Mobile th the steamship Prince din about three miles from here
13 ,;I-ourr r improve the streets and avenues. ed with the wigs and gowns worn by -Mrs. Gale Bonifay. Arthur. 'a boat with a capacity ro Sunday at the home of Mr. and rs.
ur axes can De used, an tdge and counsel, which he rather Miss Ethel Hodges, of Peascola, is carrying 300 passengers. It was an- R. Ellis, when their daughter, Miss
13 sd to i rove pubc t hen we are not eglecd irreverently called 'swelters.' visiting Mr. and Mrs. Gale Bonifay. nounaed a few days ago that the Mun- Adda, and Mr. Joe Fillngl we
quare. her sections. a. the oful ials. The assessorand thi. "He carries his blacking box wher- A card party was pleasantly enjoyed son LAne anticipated, in fact, had happily married, Professor Talf of
Ciiz-: scribed to start improve- equalin board reogle improve- eer he goes. It is studded with coins at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gale every reason to belte, that the pas- Roberts ofclating. There wa a large
,.,.u . B" View Pars:.and.have;or co... t a, wir honoMrs. e etolawnrseasonbe- crowd of latinde t
ne; a B6 y View Park and have "ments whether Iae by ae or of all countries and with specimens of Boniay last night in honor of the senger trafl the\ coming season be- crowd of relatives and friends of the
eionstra-. it to be the most beau- public expense. It is all the same to counterfeit coins circulated by noto. charming visitors of the hostess tween Mobile and Havana would be young folks to witness th ceremony.
ffu. spot w:hinb the city limks. What' Lhem-- p goes the as"se amet figrs ous custunterfeiters in Amerie Dainty refreshments were served and double that of last winter. The Prince Mr. Joe Talt, Atmor, Ala., waa'
w-and we are privileged tmcontribute "He also carries a book in which a delightful evening was enjoyed by Arthur will continue in the service a visitor here last week, the gmest otf
toward public improvements in other appear the names of illustrious men the following gets: Mr. and Mrs. until the new steamer is completea. his sister, Mrs. Grimlar ana Miss Tait,
Sections as well as baring the entire whose boots he has blacked W. R Vaughn .Miss Eva Vaughn. Mrs. Grimlar and her two niecess'
ilN Q cost, of all improvements In our own "After he ha 'shined' King d.- Mrs. Cary, Mrs. X. L. Prince, Mr. and Miss Ruth Tait nd
Gentlemen. consider these facs i and operate on President Lubet's Vaughn, Miss Mary Lewis, Miss Clara Itette, at the home of Mr. d Mrs.
Syou represent the whole city. Deal footwear; thence to Vienna, Berlin Lange, Miss Bessie Patterson, Miss Barrinean. There was a lars crowd
Justly by us. We ask and expect no and St. Fetersburg in search of fur- Ola Mullins, Miss Jean Patterson, I W J s A CLEM SKM of kindolks andd
favors. While we pay ou~ full share their monarchs. Miss Susie Nell Patterson, Miss Ethel it was a day long to be remembered
Mq of tribute to the ccmm in fund, we "He is apprehensive lest His Majes- Hodges, Miss Alice Goodhue, Miss When Eczema, Acne, Tetter, Pimples, by those present.
claim the right and shall expect a ty should leave for Germany before he Genevieve Herman, Miss Bran Boni- oeoibr ot kier Ani-- a ke their appear-
share of your eonsideraion toward can be got at with the blacking box fay, Mr. Liman Nellums, Mr. Walter Iace it i a sure siga that the blood in Bodily pain loses its tewr If you've
progress and improven~nts in all and brushes. If the King does go White, Mr. Louis Nellums,, Mr. Walter filled with hunmrs ari burning acids: a bottle of Dr. Thomas'. Electric O1
S -- parts of our city. abroad the 'Kid' says e will have to Vaughn, Mr. McNeal, Mr. Frank Lee, Thee being forced ifrough the pores in the house. Instant reileL to cassI
Respectfully, wait till his return, but he Is deter. Mr. Cory Mullins and Mr. Hopkins. and gland bu and bliterthe skin, pro of burns, cuts, spring accidents of
A. V. CLUBBS. irrined to carry out his project" Mrs. W. W. Quinn and children are duc ig te eruptisa. which are usually any sort.
.________ visiting relatives in Pensacola. wiUad intense itching, and
Miss Eva Vaughn gave a card party are d g ad humiliating. 2 0 P UND
last Wednesday night. The hostess00 P.
was a vision of loveliness and enter- y ors- b ed&se 20 OUa.
tlaned her ~riena's in a most charmPings oFT n o mptms
manner. A refreshing beverage was u- A IL k owin it w.
served with" the daintiest of cakes. o etr using a
Among those present were the charm ~t dwas thor-o
ing visitors of Mrs. Gale Bonifay, Miss bly ,bd and I was PENSACOLtA DRU o @Ua GETS
Eithel Hodges, Miss Alice Goodhue to GOERNM OR OVER m
Mias Genevieve Herman and MUIs to.n zod modoidne and
i-an Bonifay. ay tedleine V
I grand ball Wks given In the Mu s- 3siot W il NEW YO E 2QW1NIY.
cogee hall Thtrsday night by the S wo b e inw
young men of Mascogee In honor of a .,t a.wa St. ,
the visiting young ladies. The orches W. A 'AlAtemii IrtI-t scred
\tra was from Pensacola. The music tattat re t ,an order from t*D t e or
and danetdg Wre greatly enjoyed by tt ich the redlcae 200 n ponds ot iLeh i k t'ar
allA prese t. bl od te MaTot od .
STHEDEA r. aid -M C. T. Jennings and s ine Ts tor e the
Emtilyr spW elg a week at his hao r t, Ti l rde
Msothr ees 'u e a eu the bay.'u pettive bid, oa&;e
DNeB ilie May naf, the ittle dau a- ilil ie th a sew ork te &%4 i' 'o
It iI .4 fo,' 3 Iee bhe WYL OHaimmm quite il. a wi'g rf ee to et the hoora sele ittb1 eCih ck
S~ is lU be fo d to copettlon s q Ho"es o it olat

I-or. ngho Ah er' "tg BThr, e nk. tended the d nce ..... ni ht rt
Sr r rce, Ala were oht h r increasing h o

1Jar t hheen Ue ie d te Miiss Stitere, A-om -A.4 OBs
st Cleart of rs cembuifa ? thpl troug theboo *Wed nesdy :3
County, Mrs5ID a mO nttWas s cler kin. o'clock. Every to
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We hae lust comletod our emi-annual stock taO and fldl that-we have left over some odds and ends of mer chn-A dise tm be sold before the
masonernds; therefore have decided to maie a eweeplna reduction In all lines, especially o hI odds add ende In cilt.Me ho.es etc.


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Mews P o et t hs at
mwre 3 ....o..
Moe,'s 2-pieceof t
Mews 2-pieoe ats that
Mare $12, now .. ..


$5.75
$7500
$8.00


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aW4 Mrs IHlum.
a per cent redution on Men'
Sults. We otll have a .no line of
i-pieoe Sutit at this reduction In Iwme
Grals, Blacks and Fancies.

EXTRA COATS.
MO Iue Sere Coat, wee o 00 to
u$5% all to go In thiS2
sale ... .. .. .. .. .... to


75 paM am'e Twaods anf Oll-
ms .pwll not. rumor fae. Thi Is
an amg on** vales at ..
8ee wiumew. $1.25
Abput n0 pair, more or les, broken
S$1... .. 1.75 to $3


AU eui Si ms. $250
An ew *eee oG2 50
at... .. .. .. ..W$ 5
100 pairs Mo' Shoos, the $1 95
"250 kind, at .. .. .. .
In Patnt leather, box calf and vol.
This is undoubtedly the best line of
Shoes ever offered for the money any)
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We have eft about p10 Ir Boy
80c quality Pants, sizes 4 to 10 yoer
which we will cloe at .... .35
They are tough one,


Ali 0 aSd 7. cShIrta, rml a- m&
All $1.00 and 10 Undorwer, 7
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A lot Mn's Odd drawer, 15.
A ot of on's Odd Drawero, fl,w 35c
About 20 de. Men' White Shirt.
large siJe, 10/2 to 1, whieh we will
cloe at 3.


SALE BEGINS SATURDAY MORI 11


Thir i undoubtedly oe of the giandest offering made
o Pens acola people this season. This no fake or graft, but
oaii m recandise at slaughter prices. Come see the foods.


M. & 0. CLOTHING STORE s..323
S.Palafox


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rc* to ly is:: fl
M r, prptrmlve business
Vommo7a or odumbr thm he ipt
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ram a that nwepmer ad-
wpg g Is tW6 -hoabpest and best WW
a&i msr. yo bu5rtens. If YOU
bp" never tried i Wo It now. If you.
pap t au4 itar"-e. saftet, ott. it,
4*7y21ot m wre, ysur se?

oft *" whose bsaness medkfs
,lo o rm ,erw succeeded by ohem
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bargai--don't be tooled by fake fire
sale-this Is where the fire started."
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SANITARtY WORK Pesacola Has Two KindsIN i 6 I N


AROUND FORT


Rig RhIP.IR


Those where nothing but poor,
lean, grass-fed, native meats
are sold, and the other places
where you pay double price


Biggest Town. w W, UrIIIIIIIJU Jfor what you get
* t ,n T, .ow. Ulillll IBl URU ee
The Gorlon t& rown Hardware
OompsnyT warehouse on West Gar-.
'des street will soon be completed, and Il.. mal m..~n So 'w -Alk the
will be one of the largest warehousesverything Possible ing trike the
in Penamool, in fact, it will be nearly, D. -.. i".m n... HaPi
ad large as t.e 'L N. freight depoL. 1t recent Inft*on-rer-
The Word UFre" so l and General and ive you the
The advertising department of the eats at ordlnar
Woman'i Magasine of St. Louis, makes' s us send your n
the following announcement: rout. Phone 111
rMetiva with qSwprha Cmn flia


that is At to


py Medium


best western
y prices. Let
ixt Sunday's
2.


111040q o f. a 1-0 u-- cve t LU pLlemer L ssue, tlh e
thathave been built up by advertising word "Free" will be permitted in ad- Soecial to The Journal. .
have ben based on sound foundations. mertisements in our columns only Ft. Brrancas, Aug. 2.-Snce the
-4Priters' Ink. -when the article advertised as "Free" yellow fever scare ommenced in New
i absolutely givpn free. Where auy Orleans, the military authorities .t
rrNew aoh. labor or service is required to earn this place have been leaving nothing 28 E. overnmept street.
Morris Dannhemier' nw matoon at the article advertised, the word "Earn- undone to prevent a Possible spra of -
No. 12 W. Zarragossa is one of the ed." or the words "aasy earned" the disease to this post should it ap-.
best equipped in Pensacola. He has 'Hiven away for few hours' work," pear at Pensacola. To that end a de- been taken for the new olive-drab
put in a large stock of whiskey, w nes etc., may be used. Where samples, til of men from each of the three com- isniforms. They are by far the swell-
and liquors, and handles the hmous catalogues, calendars, booklets or lit- panes stationed here, have geen wor'- est thing in uniforin' that have been
Pabst Beers. Mr. Danhetser is also erature are sent free to the parties ing daily under the supervision of Sr.- Issued to enlisted gqe and t it eaid
doing a good mail order business. answering the advertisement the word geant Garland, of the hospital corp, the men here wlll4eceive them 'the
Making theee ma be used.of It. cleaning out ditches and flooding then coming fall or winter.
A mall clothing store n Union Seware with oil, cutting the high grass and Next Tuesday has been designated
I weeds and in every way seeking o as geld day for the, troops here,
quare was pretty extensively scorch- Beware of promising too much. He weeds and in ever way seeking as eld day or th oops here, and
,6d one ruing not lcng ago, and has i e es destroy -the fever-breeding mosqulte. aI large variety of sports have been
d one n blossomedt ago, anred has bq reee l speak ill of youe te' The work has bee done-. well and arranged to take 011l11 on the parade
Burned Ou t but not Knocked sOutgs, though he has received full value forn Sergeant Garland has earned fo hblin- grounds., Prizes olodiffe'ent- denomi-
Burned ut bt notes Knocked Ot, though he has reciv ful vasel a repuatn as a most efficient nations will be given to the successful
reads one of these. Scorching ht moneyice. In the event that the fever competitors and tMe day will be a
should reach Pensacola, it is said that holiday. !
"I had a Tunning, itching sore on my the whole garrison will be bent to Me- Captain Cole, quartermaster of this
FALSE THEORIES leg. Suffered tortures. Donn's oint- Rae post, left last week .o a furlough for
eHd to Wo .thles or Hrmful Rem- ment took away the burning and itch Private Jesse Green is In the hopolnts north, and wi. gone seyer-
Lead to Worthlessor Harmful Reme- ing instantly and quickly. effected pcr-i pital being treated for a, broken arm; al weeks.
Sds. i manent cure." C. W. Lenhart, Bow- which he received while paying ball. One desertion is the rerrd for the
Stimulating the scalp may allay the ling G:een, O.
timlating the scalmay y thet I Green, 0. He threw the ball and bioke a bone week. Private Smith took "French
itaning of the dandrufa, but that o'oes y. a a r h aa no,
not cuie the scalp. The disease won't near the elbow of his right arm. 'cave" a few days' since end has not
yield to qurfne or capsicum nor alco- Several Steamers Entered. Excchlent games of ball aiave beei beew located. He also took a suit of
hol, because It is caused by a germ fSverral steamers entere.P port ye.- played between Barrancas team and a civilian clothes belonging to a com-
or parasite. To cure dandruff the teruay afternoon. All, however, were ream Irom the crew of the dispatch rade. He Is known to ave bought
germ must be destroyed. Until re- compelled to go to qnarantinoe and "v boat Wasp. A large majority of tire a ticket to Nashville, Tenn.. and it I
gently there was no hair preparation, nia!i, there ior fuwigation. Two of games were won by Bariancas team, said he was in company with Private
;r dandruff cure. or hair restorer on the steamers were the Amstel from but toward the finish of the se:'ies the Taylor, who was given a disability
the market that would kill that insidi- i Mohi!e an,: the Soperga from Gulf- Wasp managed to take two or three discharge a few weeks ago.
oam germ that dries up the scalp in port. The name oi the other vessel games, one of them of ten innings, Private Banks, of 22nd Co., has
little scales called dandruff, and ab- could not be learn",1. by a score of 3 to 2. been raised to the rank of corporal
ortbes the vitality of the hair, causing Private DPnnis Cronun, of Pensa- Two deserters from the 70th Co..
alting hair, and finally baldness. NOTICE. cola. who was in the hospital several were brought back Wednesday. They
Newbro's Herpiciate is the only really Mrs. Lanra Creary will resume the weeks with malaria, has 'been return- skipped out two weeks ago and were
sdentfie preparation to cure danriruff I naency for ihe "Winona' mills hosiery ed for duty cured. caught at Birmingham, Ala.
prevent filing hair and baldnes mnd will be pleased to have all her oli The twenty second company is now
Sold by W. A. IDAlemberte. druggis t stomers an:: all interested in good commanded by Lieutenant Taylor, whj A blessing alike to young and old;
and apothecary, 121 S. Palafox street. hosiery may place orders with her. was recatly assigned to the company, Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild straw-
Pesacola, Fla. Send 10c. in stamps lhone 147. On re-eipt of a postal she Captain Hilton having left for Fort berry. Nature's specific for dysentery,
for sample to The Herpicide Co., De- will be glad to call with line ot Monroe. Va., Wednesday to attend the diarrhoea and summer complaint.
trot, Mich. sample. artillery school for three months and
Lieut. Watson being away on fur- WM. JOHNSON & SON HAVE 8E-
lough. CURED THE AGENCY FOR ONE OF
P-MlE s- Capt. eyon, whA was commanding THE LARGEST EXCLUSIVE TAI-
N EW -T" offlccr at this post, left this week for LORING HOUSES 11 THE EAST,
an extended furlough north, and Capr. AND ARE NOW PREPARED TO
Pierce. a new arrival from New York. TAKE YOUR ORDER FOR THAT
W m I I lwl Ui ill be commanding officer while FALL SUIT. CALL IN AND EXAM-
3. ___iE uC. e e captain Pierce is away, ;INE THEIR ELEGANT LINE OF
-& IL, -C.arM Pasnes na. "tmaM St., Peimenwa, Fla Measure of the enat s postPost has1 SAMPLES. 26aug7t.
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A "Clean-Up" Sale


brers Low-Qarter Shoes and Sie
See Show Mlndow.
Fbr the next TEN DAYS you can buy lowquarter Shoes a amy
kind in our store at special prices. They must be mold. I Ifatewt-
ed, come In and be fitted.


The residents and inhabitants of LADIES' CRAVENETTE COATS, for the ratny day-w ye
Big Bayou are making vigorous cmo- m ggon trveo n& you hould have one. We eaa se y a good
plaint at the work which the 'Terminal o r. .
Co. is doing in filling up the Bayou I one ** ** ** .* ** .. .. .... . 6
along the line of its tressel.
aFor some tie thet company has, ONDAY MORNING, 8:30. TO 10 OCLOCK-. tht U adard
been dumping ballast into the water, Calicoes, ten yards for. * .. .* .. *. .. ... ....a ee
filling up between the piling which
supports the track and at the rate it
is now working it will not be long be Your for .Basigs,
fore only a small passageway is left
fiom the Bayou to the rty. f 11 A *
am thi ae Bayou o the uddd: GREEN & WATSON.
The Terminal Company did the I G E I & WAl N
same thing at Little Bayou and the M r I V l
residents.there claim that a great deal _i__ _,
of injury was done to that body of M
water by the interruption of the natur- -
al flow of the tides which this work .
resulted in at that place.
Property owners at Big Bayou be-
lieve that the company can be pre-
vented from filling in the Bayou by
law and it is quite likely that proceed-
ings will be Instituted for the purpose It having ce to m y ge
o stopping the work. An injunctincom e to m y
will probably be asked for this week ,
and, if the company persists in Its at c rtain unsruprliw
present objectional practice, the case l
will be fought to a finish in the courts. 0 <. 1 -I T- X-,_ .


-r,,ill miyi Il y IJla lUIC cigar DOXs

with inferior cigars, I caution all such

persons it is a violation of the revenue

law, and if persisted in they wil be

prosecutedto the fullest extent of the

law. See that each cirar i stamned


Scrofula, salt rheum, erysipelas ani
other distressing eruptive diseases
yield quickly and peimanontly to the
cleansing, purifying power of Burdock
Blood Bitters.


LAUREL HILL
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Special to The Journal.
Laurel hill, Aug. 26.-Rev. J. F.
Ford and Dr. Rosebourgh, of Union
Springs, Ala., have been holding a
series of meetings in the Presbyterian
church with good results.
Your correspondent has just re-
turned from a visit to Andalusia, Opp,
Samson and other points and is im-
pressed with the belief that cotton
crops will prove short. The bol'
evil is doing great damage. Corn,
peanuts, potatoes and sugar cane
crops are very good.
It was our pleasure to meet Mr. AI.
Hogeboom, representative of The
Journal, in Florala yesterday. Mr.
Rogeboom is a hustler and the right
man in the right place.
J. 'M. Martin is with the Florala
ear and they are making it lively
0or the Greenville aggregation.
The power of electricity was fully
demonstrated in the vicinity of FPo-
ala and Laurel Hill Thursday night
'he entire section was lighted up
rom about 8 until 10 o'clock. There
was no damage that we know of with
he exception of a little trouble with
he wires.


The style of the coal and wood firm
uf Acosta & White has been changed
to E. B. Acosta & Co. Parties who
wish to buy coal and wood cheap for
the fall and winter will find it to their
advantage to place orders now.
Killed by Falling Tree.
B3Iloi, Miss, Aug. 26.-J. H. War-
dion was killed yesterday at Larue,
Jackson county, by a falling limb
of a tree. He was sawing logs foy
the Dantzler Lumber Company when
the accident occurred. Wardin had
been a Lame but a short time. He
was jrom Virginia.

For Mosquito eBit
And the poisonous sting of an Insects
Sloan'. Liniment is the great antsip.
tic.
Is NoW Il 8. Aec sta& Co
The style of the "of of Aeoeta
White aa been changed and will Bow
oadrate uaer the name of B. ALaw
At Co. Mr. Acovta to ,have eta
o-t the :basne.: TMse -lsa1 -WaS&
ma. ia^ ^* ir vis
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From now on this drug tore will
be open till 10 o'clock every night.
Our delivery boys are always ready
and all order are given quick de-
livery.


Let -U Fill Your Prscriptions.
WS XA2 Ut6i VUTWO HNUNDMD THOUSAND McE
**Stvx REM INFL~ b BUMNM&B

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ACTION

Property Owners at Big Bayou
Want to Prevent Dump-
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CLARENCE H. MACKAY, Preitelnt.

NIGHT TELEGRAM
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OwcnsborO Ky., Aug. 23, 1905.

- The Lewis Bear Co., Penwacola.


For the ninth consecutive year the govern$net has just awarded

us the contact to supply Gren River excluswly. I r all the U. S.

Marine hosptaLs. Quiity ts.

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Ileeds That Talkl

GOOD DEEDS SPEAK FOR TNMIE.LVIS, -UT A
DEED FOR PENSACOLA IMPROVED REAL ETMATE
WILL T;LK LOUDLY WHEN WHEN YOU LOOK
AT THE AMOUNT YOU SAVE MONTHLY IN "RENT
MONEY."


Buy a Home To-dayI

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


Pensacolla Ilnvestment Co.
W. LL N. SS'AI.Tsid W IL M "I1 ."
V.. DL brES, PiUIt 3.3. 3Ua# kueiy.
J. L STLuMAW v wre. sd COL. N I -'- .Tr"az
215 Sota Palafx r CStreet, pg-, -
215 South Polatex Stret, 010--01114 hft id"da


WAnrTD I


HELP WANTED


LOANS, BIEN

R1EAL ESATE


ITS UP TO YOU
*oco


SAs fay a beauty-4 room cottage, Math
' FOR ALL and gas, on North Hill, 2 doors from
4 room house on La Rua street, Palatox street; convenient to cars;
lot 3x120 feet. rents $7.00.. ..- 4 eplendid neighborhood.
11 h-jues, all new, renting for- $2100.00
$67.50 per month, property well k a 5 roocotge and gobds
located and good renters.... 44"60 akes a 5 room, cottage a a goad aa
i-room house on East Belont lot on Jackson street, one door east
street, a alee home. ........14 from Paafox e street; hath, to fand In
4 houses on corner "A" und Doe good repair. Tbe street in front s a
o4 ousrents oer1"er "A ent, Dlittle bad at present, but wll soon be
Slao lot, room for anotherr xed. This p.ice is good for only a
large lot, room for anotherr tow da a
house ............. ........few days.
FOR RENT. 28,500X00
715 N. 3aylen street........... $40.00 Gets a piece of business property cea-
304 N. Spring street.......... 26.09 traly located, fronts two streets., run
21 West Romana street........ 17.50 through block; not on Palafox street,
814 K. Strong street............ 17.60 but close enough to pay handsomely on
,wellin, near Rtoddard's...... 12.0 the investment. Enquire about this.


b16% South Palpiox, upstairs, $1500.00
suitable for club or ofefe.t room cottage on B&yott, wharf and
706 Palafox street. .2 boats; splendid lot, close to electric
;dONEY. car.
At the lowest market rates on hn' FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE AGTIL
proved or vacant city property j

fisher Real Estate Agency L.S.BROWN&Co
Phone 37. 206 South Palaox. 200 Theisen Bld'g


SFor Sale.


ura W Creary will resume WANTD.-Two men lI each state to. FOR SALE-Old papers only 10 cents
. .,, Wi. na mills hisier?, represent Hardware Une. Esthb per hundred. -ood for.wrapping
Spa.ronae n of all orm- wished house. No canvassig. Salary paper and to put under matting. AU
I: inc rt .S e ill $;1.00 weekly. xpeuse money ad. clean and nice. Journal office.
acd ar vanced. Addresa Harware Dept., Fe n ott
a nple, o phone 147. THE COLUMB EIUS C o. room Ad hal)Ne new n ottae (
.IUSI..Chi."" I rooms and hall) between Palatox


"WE SELL LOTS"

_ money to Loan.


$10,000.00 for loan at 8 per cent. In*
terest. Apply to Thos. Pebley.
12aug4t.
DO YOU WANT to borrow money in
amounts from $ 00.00 up? We have
1A AO AA *M Lrn._ 7 and A- .o t


$525.00


wM bua two lota on Bayou Tezar on
the high bil overlooking the bay.. Tat
Is a bargai.


2181 Iatemadmea, 6 rooms ... .$14.00
S16 IL "tmc, 7 rooms ........12.50
SN. A 5.. romsr...... 12.00
LET MN KNOW WHAT PROPERTY
YOU HAVB TO S=LL. I CAN
sIL, IT.
RENTS COLLECTED.
MONEY LOANED.


LESLIE BROOKS
204'/* PIalacx, .-es r BuildingB

LOST
--I-
LOST.-Between Intendencla street
and uanon depot, think on depot!
car about 11:40 a. m. yesterday, a
pocket book *wth one key and sone
smail chane. Finder will please
leave it at the New Orleans Grocery
Co. aug20


Professal Directory.

Dv. E. IUCK RIS
aI PECiALIST


EYE, EAR NOSE AND THROAT.
Office 7/I4 Palafox St.
Offle Heurs: 9 to 12 and 8 to 5.


c WArNTED.-A laundry wa on driver and Baylen streets, near sanaers Msl; ,,v.w t Y .
\TL' ;-P o.:-oi n as grocery cler Bring references; must give bond. easy terms. Apply to J. W. West at interest. The. C. Watson & Co. Saug PATTILLO CAMPB3LL,
S'.;. tcxper:ence. Apply 11 S. Star Laundry. 2aug. Saunders MilL 2anZlwe MONMY TO L tjUN--a good ra es Att wt~-I
, r cry. 6uglw tat secyurty, or e ood e laterai y t
WANTED.--Boy of 16 or 17 years Do you value your health? It so, t lowest rates. LeaU BS Room 40 Thieen Building.
A\TI A ir-: &.ass Lidy cook; who can milk, attend to horses and use our pure Blend of Coffee "Dewey FIa buor t. Kim
i,. ~~o.,- ne apply. Surgeon do general work. Apply 501 West and "Schly. New Orleans Grocery
, s Y\a 25au glw" Chase street 20aug Co.. Jas. McHugh, Prop. au2g 0 Q LoaAD RA aES E LeON A0 f 0 PENDLEY,
WANTE --Yu to know that you ca aWAN"TED-Servant gir at once for We have been with you ij Pmaco- e r th LAW. RACL ESTATELOANS AND
;. c.lano o;d papers at this general housework. Apply 318 West is since 1874, and still intend to stay money. e. &JA. Wilect, 1 %23 W. A AN ROMA
Si ; i Eflmont street. angrm* with you and.serve you with the best o ovQrsedt twN. llb SU bdlag PALAFOX ND ROMAN
.-ANTT.. eo- to know th WANTED.-Agents in different oour- of groceries at low.est. mar- oiM 1. 4Sm PHONEO 5.L
,, ii, u Cu 111 ay be imitated ties I Ulorida to handle Alpine 5S1 ket prices. New Orlean. Grocery MONSN llOANU) on sos. ros t
e: C qu.d Od rlean's ad n d cCo. FireandBurga Proow, Co., Jais. McHugh, Prop. au....g1. a 1X P STOKES
.Sa.es and Va- Fitlres f every GROW GINSENG. Latte profts. al W lea C Ata aCloaoatLaw
SJ : cuh Prp. description. Wrke me for term l Room in your garden. Roott for sale.' aa108 ast Odvemrnhint Street.
., earri tt tMoreo. Penaoea. Fla.. Flor. WVrite today tor literature. Bucking- MONT LOANJBDn ail kinds ot pe Oen *la Law Practice.
who bought ida State Aett. 28 une. ham's Ginseng Garden, Zafeaville, O. ms0l propMrtM o short aStea -
; A A. N ole. Any ntellUpo t peo may earn a 13aug3mos... I Tws esay. B. Bulla prd. tai 0"E pUVILL.,
,on. t.4: A ..x -L.c.lOff, January good income corr-pondi, tar news. South. P latox St., h 1144
S .. ,-I .e: ame. write Gea. wpai s;: o canvassing: a re FOR SAIA-Beautital block -in New I e ATTORNEY.ATLAW.
o ,b Anniston. Ala. 4Mt w* n Scesary L clL City. T setNo.1. For -ash $600,' A a ThinWt rald. Phone 7M4
Northern ft"dle Lockport.-pply to A MMcUillan, .0'rt a PNU -- o .
'.\ 'TED.--The public to know that N.orthern rs., kr, Apply A.. Mciu o -o .N .. "- a| -Ma
a' pnctr' C off- e Roasters O T T TON or 1 iim a SH & SMITH,
SN Orleans Grocery Co., -- (1 TO 1URTO! all i LeT19T8.
N: I !r o Prp. aug0F Camas loaded s& uloaded fe Sot9 W Pml5F -.
per. of_ eHchur. Ne makes beet pboto.'e, er ilttdlnq 204% South Palatox
',. T. :, -A. partner ith S5.OOO.C03 rWph a o sotb. yer sm ad.- I iM r ln SouthI Palatox
It; ,t.00 ,c buy half inrrest in FOR SAIM-26 foot launch, equipped w. l 4- & PALAPX O ST. Hin So P
pa,4 ':i merchandise business; with 4 H. P. Ols knglne and Power ALL TINTS by experts relta MONID TO JON ON DAMO(ND) I 25.
.: la .., fr hard wood mill; hav e Co. E'gne. In perfect -oder. -$350. guarateed Falrchild and oe, Pbo W, Lsa f a ad aM W l AI
of good timer lands Ad- King & Rnyan. 27aug. rN L ulFlm rt ejoatemn rieeiMlt owe sa rate el I L
,- Flournoy". Westrille, Fla.
Flouo estille Fla. FOR SALE.--tock of high grado PDR SAbLE-Two pair Mtn n Itt Baraims aaeeme D n t.
oaps., perfumes, toilet preparaor s i yzgori mnles, enad an a ngocd tok ln0te n I moat o Phonw 86 '.
;1 :I.S: WANTB D at No. 17 West and favoring extracts Will be sol condition. Also O t Stl, In amounts o Room rst Bulnd up. Phon .d
:.a;, ,:r:,, city. 2augw* a big discount. Apply Room 7, Brent baker waWon.,W. S. Oerfed. 4 e. Iin $500.0 and upst a
Building, Ci p ct. interstC.
SAN:-The Merchants Tranter Buildn, Cty. 2 w* FOR SAL n Choice bloc t on 0 & O. S L. PHILIJPS,M.D
au.. : our moving and hauling. FOR SAL&-StEtre and 7 room house. of the ridge eat of the loetrlo HOMEOPATHIST.
A b a3t;e "guara~cted. T. B. Thor- Lot 60xfe; city water. Titles per. railway, between th and treet MISO Oce at No. 7 8 Palahto Blount
-r. I'Pop Phone 97&. junelm. feet; $3200.0; also 10 cres of land Nature ha favored tbs edhis an s n d itM ellUSt Palato
and small house at Brent's Station. J. ot be d ated V. b Old newspapers are good for may Oce Hoare--8:30 to 11 a. m. and
Swan' .ver ody to know that we N. Andrews 7 N. Palatox Lt. CRICKEN WHEAT produces thin. You can get lots of them 1 to p. t.
ho .,rt a d retail grocers and 13 aug. Makes owl espe lly weklla b cheap by calling t this oce. (ReS e, 10 North Pala Phone
2a 1'. -'and. New Orleans Tole cheapest toed o, be f I TRUNS RS Sv-tAwo fas ( OWeasPhone 5.
S:er) Cc.. Ja. McHugh, Prop. FOR SALA.--M residece on East Mellen & Co., Phoet oot TRUNKS, DRES8 SUIT CAS~S, VE A day.--' tt to cali
S: I Hill. either Including whole blo-k IASES AND GRIPS, ail thoroughly -
of twenty lots 40x137 1-2 feet each or FOR BALD-A~ a msotl teer ltirem and promptly repaired, at F. B. ucee's
t:.- Let us clean your faas, r my office, Thlesen Building for furtu- 32-140 I. Intede eia a" 2JIy2w r. T.YATES
a\ .-N.ED-yaour .aeteiyc work oi .11 quarter block of lye lots. Apply It tr.tkUInSata alt big repar shop. lead them down.T
t o dynamo. o our l iing. tC Cr particulars. C. W. Hagerman. FOR SAL---Cabin launch 44 ft. long PIANO TUNING-Am prepared to do O TI
corner latenennci and Balecn strits C 4a m. 10 ft. beam. 24 Inches draught, 'tuning and repairing. Guarantee e I
coiier latendencia abd Rarien r tnlrrearig


1junela.
V; ANTlD--iaul.ug and tU nstvT
wjork Ofice phone .63. Residence
r.ine 390. Aco. & White, 22.28 N.
Tarrtaona. 6acmh
WA.TED-Or.ers for The Jor'sa
pecuia Pesmacola and Puamta Cml
IO;uo. wkich wll shortly apptr.
Will contain half-tone tures at city.
ha-bc and special 165 es a
Sevep o-ders at Journal okce.


FOR SALE OR RENT.-New 7-room
house at Oouldin; large yard.
shade trees, near railroad, fifty fee:
well and outhouses. A good bargain.
Apply to postmaster, Goulding Fla.
22 auglw*
FOR SAL .-oda fountain, stock of
confectioners and cigar, located
in Palafox street. Can be had at bar-
gain if purchased at on e. Apply Ea-
cambla Realty Co. 1Saux.


speed 8 miles hour; 18 H. P. Barber
gasoline engine in goo4 order; will
seat40 passengers; sell at sacrifice if
taken at once. W. A. Smith. 238 W.'
Government St 15auglm
FOR SALE.-I am Florida State Agent
for Fire and Burglar Proof Safes and
Vauk Fixtures of all description
manufactured by Alpine Safe ani
Lock Ccmpany of Cinbcnnatt Ohio.
Communicate with me for prices and
t.-rm before buying els relwhere dirr.


1AN TL-Secoad- and Cora. Oat FOR SALE.-Car load of fine Ten- lIt Moreno, PensaCola, -Pla.
an, cotton ied meal acks Out oa nessee horses. Can be sen at Pou's S2june.
'p shipment dicited. Wi elable McMillan & Turton. 1Mag. FOR SALE CHEAP-My three-yetr-
A BIFO SALE-Good l.ayA gro ery old Berkshire herd .Loar, Duke at
A IL BINGHAM want your bow~i cheap redst tore, liVi tooms In Florida. No. 68.923. Ala some fIn
and haung. e rnatsall beak connection. to doieg good cash yeng pigs. 1 six-montlsold boar, il
1:1ne GK bustess. Hsehold turaiture also registered. nd trnrd. t
S.l. ....., FCLKNiTijL. House tar sale. BResc.a for sellitag am leav-
4 A-r;,.s. J, welry &aa ay salo mnr cty ea account of slkness. Tele. FOR SAIE-Kill the germ of ver-
t.- A t:-e wanted. We pay cash phone 104. 1aglw ord~e a barrel of slack lime tday.
SAdris .. P o. B 3 r. ctty. FOR Ae B e Chor s Phone 367. 4a"glm
9:%-s S. Palats St. lauglm*
THI RENTAL BUSiNESS is wr _
asec..;, and your bu t. wI FOR SAIL 1 ,th htN block 211,
ha6 careful ttUentia D. Hale W ..fvtg 400 uem S street, by FOR RENT.-12 room bose, corner
o A Co. 137% fset an Bay Vie Park; alo Rayne and Wright streets. Apply
eouth half f bloek t3, fretting W0 8. Garfield. Staug.
Feet on 14th St., by 117 % feet on Bay
aInr eo. View Park. The sly p:operty adjola' ? f .--Smai farm 1 block ou-
000 a 'tuing Bay View Park tt t te ow for, side city limits on ~sunty hard
-,r... .a~le. The beautifl riew down the road, with six room hous ; wind mill;
A 'o... w boarders in private ayU and down e bay ma never be water pipes in yard and all tlroug
a. ::,nr.ieni to maroad shops obstructed. V. tolub. 31ly house. Rent reasonable. Apply W.
.' (ar Je: larg, roomsl. --- *-=-* --- N- M M. McClellan. at t Natiobnal B]n,
: use of baths and tl'i- F u.,r. Penscola., at Ft
o- D,. C. S, care Jour- 10O1 3 *podnn O g Pescoa
... ao 192 on ,. FOR r RNT.-4 oo- at 4 W.
1.. A- quiTDr ai 1 1,-Gt Ci-1 den ISt. iliwu*
dayn) TED.--By day. we* 2O9 ER T-4Aroa BonEes comer
ord. room just reope.- R Rrraie M
S. d terms reasonaoDe. fO SA "in reo Bayne aMd Belmo str1eA Apply
SIl ::.. ; N AlCn r a s a tast WI erl W. S. OarSeld. 121ul
R hL xi y um.ae d b seen at Jag~l MseAs n.k rito. -r-e- S O
1- .. Achme and bathS 1"g9 AUTO-Cal teT gw 0a. ood WA avenu-e Impnqre at X. kn
Pa afo.; ho 5,. 2 ar ae. t ". .1 *3ll --' '

U f. P l s 4.-71 .d".g". O '.-i .. t cup"e by . M s V
Maue r. 4 a g FOR "t OR Elaskge Phasm Aab 66- ILI _

Aa inorn L-o. e S H W W A Q* Un r. amem. w
SCn* SW 4 My aWem 4Wb iron a -an^ **- ;- M-.:
j ?bs ao traft FmrM o
I9 ansi 4at 84L r no- Iam % X
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satisfaction. 17 years experience. J.
Oonrad Scott, 244 B. Gregory. 28Jullm*
REGULAR MALLt LiNAd- od corvy.
ance for traveling public. Dally ser-
vice each way. rom Chipley to Bay.
bead Address J. MM.Tuggle, Chiploy,
Fla. 4mlch


REAL EaTATI,
RIAL USTATEB I all part of
You buy the ground and we
,Luid your house on long tme
Beata P. Hale Wilsn & Co,


city.
wlU
pay


TAILORING--I L Dioamnd. Tauor.
Oet's cothU g ea ned Psed and
.;ePtd on abort Uotice. No 11
Wrst Government t.. Pesaola. Fla
FOR -ONE DOLLARR AND- FPITV
CENTS per bead. we will haul out
ded horses, cows, etc. Leve orders
t 13 Eat Intendeneia. Hiersn
Bro. tob
SAILMAKER.
J. H. PORTER. Bea:makor. 71l SoutM
Piafc street. Orders taken for
tetts, miawonts., p stools and houe
ctt%. *te Prtcei rtanqnahl. X1aite

Found
FOUND.-One black ox branded J. H.,
marked with a crop and split and al-
der bit in one ear and over square In
other. Owner can obtain same by ap-
plying to C. P. Gonsales, Bohemia, 1is
Sauglm*


&RM T AND CORN MEAL MILLI
r F. OgONALBU A O,0 Preg.
CNOgI0C MEAL AND PSWROUN9
STOCK PtwlS
ra Mt Mi sand oek ead tren

S3 -Iave vow amr i vY


Room 306 Thiesen Building.
Is a graduate I1 Medicine
an has been an Eye 8peo-
lalt for 80 year.. :::


EXAMINATION


FREE.


ELL,

o Florii

GIVA YO V04WULING TO

I cha tTransfer Go.
I%"o.t S. Th.N Prop.
PW EftU y DESCRIPTION

SPR#IAEWU~ta GIVEWNIt TC
6AU ,t MONT.
PHONE PS.
4 P.O0. la.
~~Now


Amui


Md


AND


say,


TO LOAN.
We bare about Fve Th usand Dollars to loan in amounts at fiv
Hundred Dollars and up, at I and 8 per cent interest.

FOR SALE
$600-One-story dwelling on corner lot on East Hill, rent. at $90 year.
$850-Comfortable cotage on West Main street, desirable locality with
large lot.
$1200-Twenty acres of land withe one-story cottage at Brent's sa-
tion.
$6000--Destrable piece of property with lot 80x100 feet near Palatao
street, renting at $800 a :ear. it sold at once.
12250-Large one-story dwelling on North Hayne street.
$2400-Two-story) dwelling on Wright street, excellent neighborhood .
P3750-Two-story dwelling on North Hill if sold at once.
8750-Three very desirable building lots on Bast Hill, excellent neigh-
borhood.
$325--Desirable lot on East Hill, 69x110 feet, It sold at one.
Other desirable building lots on East Ull ranging from $150 uP, ow6
ing to location.
Special Advertisement
One of the prettiest building lots on desirable eoraer on North
Hill, with Southorn exposafe, 187 feet by 50 feet, must
be s*ld at once.........................................$4 0

Thos.C. Watson & Co
LEADING REAL ESTATE, RENTAL AND INSURANCE AOENTi%
Coe. Palati and Garden trees.


BANK ADVERTISEMENTS.


H. L. COVINGTON, President M. E. CLARK, Casher.


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

Henry L. Covlngton, 8.. e.ih.
J. M. Pfelfer. A. Avery,
Bryan Dunwody, O. Mama,
Frank lelly, w. L Cawtoa,
W Rosasco. C. A. O'Neal,
T. F. McGourin, Dr. W. J. Hannah,
F. E. B.awner, MeKenize Oertilng
C. W. Limar, Alex McGowin,
J. R. Saunders, 0. M. Covrngtom.
Accounts of Baks, Indlviduas, Corporations, and Firms Solkted,
Four per cent. nearest paid on Time Depoits.
I I _


WM. H. KNOWLES, k)mldt.
THOS. W. BRENT. Asst Cashler.


W. K. HYI, JR., V.-Prea. and Cash.
W. N. ROBERTS, Asat. Casher.


FIRST


NA TIONAL BANK,
of wft eols, Fle.


DIRECTORS&


. C. Brent, W. A. Blount, Wnm H. Knowles


V. K Hycr, Jr., D. G. Brent

FOREIGN IB NMIESTISO EUONIIE BU81T AllB SL
We draw our own lls ef aEx Vesels dlsbursed upon the Me
unange on Great Brita, Ireland, Favorable Term and their ab.
Germany, Fra Aui, Italy,on taken Payable at
Holland, Spain, Beglum, Russia, Destination Ten Payb t ert
Norway, Sweden, enmamrk, and D naton Ten Days After V
other European country, eel Arrives toere

Safety Deposit Boes For Rent, in Connection with w re
have a Private Department for the use of Renters

Savings DpI tment-InterMt Pal on D-,
posits at Pat of 4 pPr oont per Annum,

L. IILTON OB3kX. Pr0a04n". T. X. WMJU.6 VIC-P-Md 1. "'
I M. AOrsIls, Cittlzeas Mational BaAnk,
sBa.soo 'Florid.
Geo WW rlxht, M*rri, e a, T...Well
Kix X. aa1Mo, L.r Uasos Oai.
A BNSfERAL 8%BANNG BUSINEM TRANSACTEIl


SJ. s. REES, .iL B. .M EEase. :
R. CARY, Vice-Presdent.
I THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA.
SDirectors-L. J.eve Re.ese W. DeC. Kerel, R. M. Cary,
* W. A iU A. Jenning
* TRANSACT$ A -Ar OBANKrNG BUSINGM
* ST :OS uQ l Is RaPhicrfXUL ^1 SOUi1!mim
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s whrf Kt t p. n., retaurg n at7j the fall ang4 wmter will fAnd it to their Iwould P0QCv 1 great ERSELY TOL fa
b in at 7:30 p., returning advantage to place orders now. TERSELYTO L OCAL Manufacturers,BAMA
h -d .or te.. ...xuMLO & MOBILE, ALABAMA.


-_ L.n~ry Man Arrested.
Dallas. Tex...Aug. 2C.-A. B. Conley,
FREVH MENTS SERVED. D. B., Candler and William Woons
--- were arrested to-day by United States NO F
FA.E:. authorities, charged with giving infor-
PARE: nation by ue of .the United States | V
LTS, 3Sc. -- CHILDREN, ic. rails as to where tickets, advertlse- | X
-___- .ments and ists of a lottery company Ulfln
Might be obtained. COuley and Chand-
ler were released on $1.500 bail each, A I
*STML Pl Tbut Woods failed to make bond.
S The style of the coal and wood firm for i
of Aceata & White has been change '-
X UEXS Mn to IL. Aostas Co. Parties whoI C
wish t y coal and wood cheap for
S11 NorthPaWfo the talla -p la'tr will and it to their
;t PT AND EFFICAENT advaage" to placeoroers now.
SERVICs. o n
.K CALLSeO FOR AND WM. dODNAOo ne sO As a-s.
Ms -InSv S PERtpI .ro r `ege a, a'
9 1 / ANM ARS I tEPAll TO
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Bendrix & Carpenter will 'furnish
estimates on building and painting
and give personal attention to wort.
932 E. Strong, and 024 East LaRUt
street.
MecKnsie Oertlng & Co., wholesale
and retail ship cbandlern and grocer,
the only irst-class house of the kiad
in Pensacola. Fair prices to al.
Why use ftrior paper, whea Sf
ema bay Kelso Bond, French Dimy,.
Kara Linen, or Orae's Bond at C. V.
Thompea,'s. 30 S. Palsaox.
Sauet's tracts are the, Stadnrd
OwaraMtee4 P. All others are
ae tuitatioss. Ask for anaer's..
i title. o the cajl ~n wood frt
etata-*& White has been chance
& I Aeaft C.Parties
b Ol-i -irD{ VW UOprd chow -11tr.


Walter S. h tot ,
Qaenral. Desk' In

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CYCLRS FO RDI-IEk


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So .--- .... .. f....4.......MARKETS
A Dolle's VW *or a -
'41W. -1 A .. .. .. ....sui
Naval Wree Matiet..


P ovI .n. .. .. .. .. .. ..4 90
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OUR + -tom"""-+ ':":
I, Ms **0 -.. ........ .............. 20 1
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T huam G o* u3* w 94 h - .3 .4 I. :*a ...............3.33.4 4 5 i
USh 1Wru1 9 d ad s , nAaaae.that wilnt -. ........ 06

ar e e t ts h Spirits Turpentini .U% cents.
wa-ys tether k eh style V ll r Asseelatd armes New York cotton Market.
II erIa January.. .. .. .. .. ..11.0 .1
t1id t was the hottest dar of the t. oaIls 7, Wsh 8, (first March .... ...... ..11.8 .
year 1i8. The tirmometer climbed SIame.) May.. .... .. ....11.12 .20
a antil it reached the 4 degree St. Liau 0, W-,ihngton 2, (second September .. ...10.67 .76
p on t, which establised a record for L game.) October.. ...........10.81 .93
tmn% DMa- ad his season, and one that will not Detroit 5, Philadelphia 4. December.. .. .. .....10.93 11.03
Crasett Shoes have a. soon be frgotten by those who were Cleveland 1, New York 0. Liverpool Spots 585.
world %de repotadoa. Compelled to be ot in the sun during Chicago 2, Boston 1, (srat game.) New York Spots 11.15.
We know they're good. the day. t LTy C.i Chicago 4, Boston (second game) New Orleans Spots 10%.
and of DcowopDaring the past week the weather aFort receipts 9000.
aM ohas been, exceptionally warm, the D inNational League. ---e. e
tomes testify to this fact thermometer hover1g around the 90 so r sg Wu Boston 0, Pittsburg 4. Chicago Grain Market
degree pent during most of the time, New York 2, Cnlcianati 0, (Srst Wheat.
andeupon Thursday It went as high as =lK 0! ame.) 411W May Dec.
91 degrees. Yesterday, however, was New York Ccasti 5 )secon Ope .. ........85. 82
cooler than previous days.game.) Close.. .. .. .. .. .... 81
Aneal Observer Reed ia his sum- Phi lphia e, Choago 4, (flrat 8
Smary of the conditions yesterday game.) o
said: C. C. Dickens, supposed to be a co- Philadelphia 0, Chicago 4, (second s s
The pressure is highest at Chicago mercial m=an, an who state that he game.) May De,.
it ito MCnd Bop and DLvenport. high from eastern an' farom Mobile, was taken into Brooklyn 1, St Loa 2, (frat game) n" ** ...........43.7 45.6
Washington to central Wyoming, low custody this morning shortly after 1 Brooklyn 4, St. Louis 1. (second lo...... .. ......43.5 455
t & h :. ov er N0rth Dakota sad at Wilinig.0 'clock by Deputy .e.ff .ad.er. game.) ..
Ph 2S ton, and comparatvejy low at Los and Marshal Schad, sad eenorted to New York Stock Market.
Angeles. the pest house In the outskirts of the Southern League. New York, Aug. 26.-.-bilowing are
'Scattered appreciable showers city. Nashville 6, Atlanta 5, (first game.) the closing prices on tha principal
have fallen in Louisiana, Mississippi, Dickens reached *te ft]( yesterday Nashville 1, Atlanta 3, (second stocks today:
Alabama, Florida, Georgia, the Caro- afternoon and went to a local hoteL game). Sou. Pac.. ........ .. ... .. .. 2
linas and northeastward toNew York. Instead of registering he avoided is Birmingham 5, Montgomery 0 (first Copper. .. .. .. ...... . 87.5
The following heavy precipitation (in and securing a oom went to it, ut it game.) A. S. R............ .......145.
CAMAM inches) has been reported during the Was not longbefor the authorities Birmingham 1, Montgomery 3, (sec. -Atc.......... ... .. .. .. 90.2
past 24 hours: Birmingham, 2.80; were aware of the tact that he had ond game.) B. R. T.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... 70.1
n C niXIrC Norfolk, 2.24; Washington, 8.92; Bal- avoided the quarantine, a4 this mBrAn" Memphis 8, Little Rock 1 ((first A. O *. *.. .. ..* .. ** 53.
B IIU timore, 1.83; Jupiter, 1.30; Vicksa In he was aroused from his led and game.) Erie...as .s 1.
bur, .16. esoorted, to the pest house. Memphis 3, lAttle Rock 2, (second C. F. 1 ..I.. .... ..4.4
LAUNC S "t s generally cooler this morning It was stated that Dickens reared game.) U. &.. .. .. . .. .. .. .. 37.3
from Meinlstspp, ISouthern Illinois iFlomaton Just as the train for Peaa- At Chattanooga: Shreveport 2, U. S. Pfd.. .. ..*.. .. ... ..105.1
and Georgia to Maine. Maximum cola was leaving that city. He made New Orleans 0. K. T. Q. 72.6
CUPID, ROpT. L E., NANCY AND tempeatures for Friday, ranging be- a dash for the train and s pceedeldn & N.. .. .. .. .. .. ....150.4
EONA S tween e and 96 degrees were regis- catching ft. Wires were sent to South Ata l Leaue. Man.. .......... .. ...... .166.4
tereo an central and northern Texas, deputy sheriffs along the line, but Augusta 8, Macon & M. P.. .. .... ... .. .. 101
western Arkansas, southern Kansas, none of them were able to locate him Jasksonville 0, ohlaabI 2. Met.. .. .. .. .............. .1
can be charw by the or, a or os ofth central and southern upon the trai. Savannah 6, Charleston 5 fourteene Can- Pac.. .. .. .... .. .. ..160.3
wee5e Ters. ei mhMabk5 portlom of Georgia and Mississippi. _____________________. Innings; first game.)', N .Y. C. ... .............14.
Fhweek. g Tackle and Coable and from Mobile to Jacksonville; the Savannah 2, Charlston 1, (seven in. R'D'G.. .. ......... ......121.
Fishing Tackle and Cooking tsa ytSavannah 2,anCd...r....on 1, (seve..n in. .. ..& o* .. e.
vils furnished If desired. 94 or ola i the hot- ings; called account darkness; sec- t P .. ... .. .. .. .. ......
test this summer; on June 8th It reg- ond game.) I.... %. *............... 34.1
N toered 9 degrees.", ,I H AL T S. R................... .. ..3 36.
NET. C. I.... ...... .. ...... 916
L nd Bed Time we a'se ee odyM Y Penna, .. .. a ...... *. .
nmr te MOBILE MAY HAVIE Ato take a dose of Hostetter's Stomach i U.P.. ........ . 1
OWNE ANOTHER THEATRE an indc msud slep I s n Y a 6..o ..s.n
Bitters. It will strengthen and sw St-|| P | I
OWNER. l T Fen the stomach, retore the appetite Ausipy A C'W Daily Cotton Ltter. *
OWNE". ANOT ER TR and induce sound sleep. It has been New York, Aug. 26.---orelgn cables
doing this for over 50 years and is Arried. were about as expected and were with-
j___ ust as good to-day. Take the hint Arroyo, Br as, Plough, 2307, New- out influence on our market. Trad-
STHE JAKE WELLS SYNDICATE and ty a bottle. It cres Headache, castle on Tyne to Gulf Transit Co. ing was dull and prices narrow but
LAUNCHnd TEtEon, Dyspepila, Cotvenms, Soperga, Ital ss. ustavlno, 2073, the tone of the market remained
A N H I EN WiLL PROSABLY HAVE THE Cramps, Diarrhoea or Malaria, Fover Gultport to J. A. Merritt & Co. steady on fairly good buing. Weath-
U UN N P Y USE and Ague. Our Private amp is over Amstel, Dutch as, Moblle to order. er conditions ere somewhat more
Sthe nock of bottle favorable with I decided fall in tem-
MAY WW LEMAUI. HO TC VESeLS tN PORT. peratures in Ohio valley, Middle At-
SU Stesmehlp. lantic and North Carolina, and some-
-- The Mobile Herald says: If tne Cambrian King, Br as, 2315, New- what cooler in Texas with occasional
,making of plans and specifications gs MAa n l l'D( port News to J. A. Merritt & Co. showers. There has been no break
Open to charter by private parties count for anything, and as a general jIl IIig S Dulcle, Br as, Harrison, 1285, Faro -n exceptional weather in Texas but
Su ashlag trips, bathing, or other, rule such actions are regarded as to J. A. Merritt & Co. indications point to rains, although
m er recreatUon. I true intentions, Mobile will boast of a '. Ernesto, Span as, Omacchea, 1691, it remains to be seen that these are
new and modern theater before many Gulfport to F. 0 Howe & Co. sufficiently heavy to be a market in-
months shall have passed. o E. 0. Saltmarsh Br ss, Rogers, 2319 fluence. The damage to the crop in
it is learned from a very reliable Tampico to Gulf Transit Co. Texas is regarded as serious and rain
source that plans are making by Po.t Kaiser Ger ship Martin 1180, Bre- at this time cannot materially improve
toamerly ship's boat for Spalnsh, master P. D. Barker for the erection men to Master. the condition in that locality. Many y
erter la de Lsoa, on f Dewey's! of a theater on the property owned by Mountflelds, Br as, Boyle, 1947, M> followers of the market are awaiting
OIR captures. him on Contistreet, oppi -ie Klosky'a f '-ile to F. O. Howe & Co. the publication of next Government
restaurant, and which is now occupied Penescola, Am as, O'Leary, 1086, ciop report and reports of crop condi.
by a paint firm and several others. New Orleans to Gulf Transit Co. tion from private sources is given plen-i
This Improvement is also regarded o Ramon de Larrinaga .Span as, 1982, ty of attention. The Chronicle sta.
as a certainty. It is said that the Ondaza. Liverpool to Gulf Transit Co. tistics show that 102,452, bales'
Al canopy and is m ot ea e. theater will be a three-story building Penrith Castle, Br ss, Lewis, 2337, came in sight during the
ale boat in the bay. 70 feet front and running back 14, to which h4 S-Sh Galveston to master. week as compared with only!
feet capacity is placed at hdrs Simonside, Br ss, RItobson, 1953, 43,655 bales for the same period eof
The seating capacity is placed at Sunderland to J. A. Merrtt & Co. .ast year, and the "in-sight" movement
A I about 2.500, and the interior will be Barn. since September 1.st, shows a total!i
MA KLEIN, . OWNER. on the lines of the Auditorium of Bir- L Fiery Cross. Nor bk. Claussen, 1399, of 13,560.569 bales as compared with
TER ICHIA CAPTAIN mu'ham and the Grand theater of Cork to master. 10,153,964 bales the corresponding
r VEROICHIA, *CTIN. Atlanta. It is uudters.tood that there Huiaon, Nor bk, Knud.-en, 771, Lou- period of previous year. The large
P-1.- _whereby t0e .Jake Wells syndica Santa Barbara. Port bk, Carreia, the season indicates that there is not
M A Dn SR will in all probabh.ty have the new 633, Oporto to H. Baars & Co. a great deal remaining to come forth,
E AwwouEN STREET PORfTH playhouse. The statement i- made that 'ac.one.s. and much consideration is now being
LEAGUE WILL RUN if the Wells syndi ate accepts the pro Donna Chr"lslina. Am sch, Axelsen, given to the attitude which the spin-;
S posed plans the building will be erect 165, Belize to master. ners will assume. Crop conditions.
* .U I N ed alr nd leased to tilem ior a term of *If tfHjalmar, Am sch. Axelsen, 55, Key an, statistical facts are suggestive of
years. West to Gulf Trnasit Co. higher prices for both spot cotton an I'
hiany old theater-goers have ex- | Ncas, Rus sch. Sneedse, 333, Glou- the option list, in the meantime prices
..to the., pressed the opinion that a new play ce-ter to Master, will like. fluctuate, within narrow
house wotld be successful, more es-; il limits as general tnfluen.te h and pool w
M ea..l-. o-_ hpeclallyw if it was run on the plan The style of the coal and wood firm operations bring about this condition. -
ife Saving Station which the Mobhe syndicate is using l : of Acosta & White has bctn changd.l,
in several other cities of the south. i i lA l B l l to E B Acosta & Co. Parties waj1-
TllOerf^V AC 29 I BIIII I -- B wish to buy coal and wood cheap lor -ir A
USd Ug. . The style of te coal ap woodr the al and wte wo f al ud l t o thel I_ PENTINE STILLS. I
.- .- to B. B. Acosta & Co. Parties who +- Mli IallA Bros. Ce.-
be steamer "Monarch" will leave wish to buy coal and would cheap Joe 41C llld KrOS. CO.


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PUZZLE EITW COMPLAINS OF
UNCLEAN COUPONS BENSENT
IN-JO, N FRENKEL, OF WEST
GREGORY STREET, WINS "TAT
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PEEZLEFR YOU MUST SND
NEAT. CLEAN COUPONS If you
wan' we to handle them.
E:A anewwf are thrown out this
.v- .osaUe they are so-got dren.
W t. Proverbial promptaesa the
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Aswasra Aug. a.
foosBty if the hest policy.
The eairy bird crtcbes the worm.
The fo:lowinp girls and boys eat
it oorreCt answers:
C'r'ct Answes Rsingw.
Claras Rlinhardt, city.
wie:ia Reinhardt, city.
Fanne Wargenheim. city.
Annae RIL Pfeiffer. city.
Goidlne Jacoby, city.
A WIllie Woo, epl' .
John Rutan. Preeport, M.
(ildret de Rochehlave, city.
Katie Cusachs, city.
W K Suggs, city
Franesa Brent., dty.
Ciasa leilly, Big Bayo.
Geovteve A. Braut, city.
Parl Caro. k F. D. No. L
Alles Whhembea, city.
lilAf Friedman. city.
Helf Bautcber. efty.
Afrd E. Reed, city.
Kabhleg McKianon. Muscage, sa.
.1n-am Reilly. Bif Baron.
:.itot G. Barrow, dcty.
T. Sani Barrow, city.
V-1a&m Wetaoa cky.
Carer Bello W:aown, city.
Alvi K. rkow, city.
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TO THE BOY OR GQ L WHOSE NAME 18 DRAWN FROM THE CORRECT ANSWERS RECEIVEDAT THI OFtFICE TBY NXT THURSDAY NIGHT, THE JOURNAL WILL GIVE A Irih Co., ad Ttaville Fh- Co., ,a -d
"he various markets by ~railroad ~h
Vitor are Berard, city. Carey Stewart, Badad, l. doesn't necessarily "catch that Cart- at once wold help lots. Your little just as soon as your coupon Is drawn press transupotalon. .
W Danilell, eity. C. J. Heinberg, city. vheel" of a dollar. The answer that three year old friend, Mary Loae from the correct answers. While in convesat, with oe o
J. Motrose lrehl city. Jack Roberts, "Arcadia Farms," reaches The Journal Puszle Box ioa- tewart, Bagdad, Fla. 'Dear Sir--I've wanted thet good old the fish dealers here the first of
AbertCar Ga t, I day morning has no advantage over My dear Mary Loulse, for a three- dollar so long, so Prank, Phil and my- week, I obtained this formation
John M city Mary Winn, (no adiress.) the answer that reaches It Th.uray year-old Puzsler you are a wonder self thought if we send these answers regard to te enormous output of s
*L C. I. Wilson, Mariana, Fla. afternoon, if properly aressedt to at I trust that almighty Psle Dol-'right you'd let us have it This is our from this one sjing pot Drin 0
Hila a11 kciy.* Leona Walker, Bluff Springs. Fl. "P sslee, Journal, (city orJ Peixmainol lar will help pou to a "gr5>hone," frst time to the bat. Hoping WH last week, he said s Armhadship.
2 t a.. ci ty.Sa Goldstucker, Natches, Miss. Fa." right away. t. get the good old "$." Better late than ped by press 100 do nl o a
SOGeorge Balter, llllton, Fl. Monroe Burt, Ed4le J Mboal Dow --l la the Arst time I never. It we don't get it this Uimse and alsoone oad ft 1 0 th,
M Wmand Nion. T. John Dickson M ore, Oedle Brooks, D m eve. answered your puszles andI yo' hear fromns agai. L A- bulk. (or. T0about breos ) r an. s*
gar I sCity. and Mar --- city. stt nlcly written sa a h. e I have s ain rite whether I get derson Sanches. other 1omerth n e than 100 bar -
Womeng a, a w, efto.i T.-my ite. swerg bu& as they pat aOar la- the olar or not. little riend, Well my man, of yOU get it this Th theguntlenfomed re a.
icrl tormanra C re t r d stead atn cent" starpl Sathma t ct* atB-do c Caryille. Ia. tie we wish to hear from you agbeOnly a fair wtas et
W b ue cit. Malvia Woltsanr wgrat answers relop adl wOar Thei w tat thr eae yle o rranks, Miss at least once a week, by Thursday W ae n ov that wmthro e or
2,11 ,ft.r l l at. Jak Robers "Ara d ia 0 -0ars, rahe- The Jounalleo et, e s* 4 Fl tt .I PDMearhir-aeet Pt tzzltelt ht g toldth fish dadre hehret hefirt ahSe
MaIa__h wrtaee Genttery.yyea. arked August 17 (Thursday) 6:30 p. .JohnDickson, afndMarie laled t ewer to the pasles. I hoper t tnrst they began e o t a
Joph D r C Wl, aafeobdon, 91p4rkpFlaealy, so Malvi mat have dest will wts the dollar. Your little friend g And am thereatre unable to sefo nthis ponteshag palnt. urg
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Rbe uti aythem in the oaoe vle ry late Thursday les" and reached the "P le B" Chrles s. Why you don't for I ad quite sure come t o one stream of water, i
Nred luaebomy. ,..--.__ l trWnitool c on eate Cfor thedrawing. ff yo euv yn r ed rs puzesa an ea j y 'tyll hou a g, a'y.wbllk.( abust 1oae)n an
a e ,w will rve to nil e yourAre ah ~ t, Chlarles. OE ie Sometm send that *Dollar' to .the supt s an l.
Joh .L wlo oomCt OmMtrnest0.halo.w EuAamberu o as they u m ou r U te fanr we rste bosr weltte frendW-lw mymlboonyofget.it..sti,,, the om-m,. Iformed me-, w.,u
Charlie oeboo. Chipley,. w ite with a softer pencil or uie npen out every week because they are not m eoer we e e. a. ,Ths wbou be r ryatlf of
A. Gy hi, la. and k. His answer is so faintly written on the "Answer Coupon;" or ary Sft o t the M writn fair mt answers cor aland ea bt Ilan river t
Bea me Ai dC ary e wtte the Puale adltor has n cannot be read without trouble; eave dollartgr t butl IT am ,oin to S. a .... but an arm. of the AItlantd oclan, and
laa A.r city. i to deeper it no name signed, or no ddressor p tryin fr It. nosd m An selling I ood as can th h there ocean spply o
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ay7 Spear, SI a, E With Addle, munmie and Carey the nap of. the envelope has been turn- I wn, the t lunayu lle rile oAndr tsi reun fi8 mT if sh from which to draw it h *
C oyle McKinno, Maianna, Stewart's answers, was another cou- ed in and stuc to the coupon so aat wrnest Anderson, Caryvllle, Fs l. expect S pply.
. Conklin. Marianna Pla. pon, neatly mended and with the an- It cannotbe withdrawn without more Thats the sure wa to get it, r You to send just one "Dollar" to me. About 90 r cent of the s n
J. C. McKinnon. Jr., Marianna, Fla. swers correctly given but no name trouble than the Puzzle editor has nest Good luck to you, young soldier. being caught are mullet, as this lm e
Millie Swalae, city. nor aairess. Other correct but un- time to give it; because they are ima Dear Sr-- have sent the puzzles I've applied to Dame Fortune in vari mullet seson, a
iucy Swalne, city. signed answers were also thrown out t properly addressed; because they are a f times but I never did get ous ways e by f shermen to be the best av i
Charles O. llis, Galt, La. James Wallace. Joe Mar-- nas st delivered to the "Puzzle Box" In .that dollar." But I hope I will get I've begged and I've pleaded-but round h thats caluoht Im tot
Mvelyn Marwell, city. Wilson, Jessie and Josle Sparks, Ida time for the drawing.; and-I am i trhis time. I am, your little friend, gee thtt last season 4o0,000 o these Ia 0h a
Malvin S. Wolff, city. Mallory, John Walters, dna Hatha- sorry to say-because some of the Myrtle Hancock. city. ,it seems that her heart I never can y
Jack Shuttleworth, Jr, cty. way, Nelle. Norris and Fink arle, answers received are too soied and Just "keep on keeping' on," little fa (Continued on e 1)
RaIthella M. Gonzalez. city. John T Brown. Alex Martin and Ed- untidy to handle. friend, and your turn will come. For she don't get that "Dollar" for 'h
Mitchell alvent. city. ward Neal Peacock, sent correct plowing are a few of the many Mr. Bito r-Eclosed d answers me. n s. e
Sws B ea. city. answers but forgot to put a '2 cent" ltte received ts week fromhe to th we eks puzzles. I leave Chat- s a m by f is ..er tn tb tta- o:
Cessle Shackeltord, city. stamp on their envelopes, so they it ve and irl the e tahoochee this week tor a vtesi of i am game Just the same although I pl 'aBd- b.
William Dxdey Gonmale. city. were not received in time for the dran. a n several weeks tor Elba, Ala. You cant am small, t- .
O. A. GosaleT, Jrcity. drawing nd that almighty dollar there next My guesses youl get regular ly, "
Hub ar-d F.reman, warngton, Fla The following will please read no- Letters to the aEdtor. week. Please don't disappoint me. I But remember the postage, I've used( -
Miant ch erlson, wt rinton Fa ar tie to Malvin Wolff: Charlie Irwie, D iar Mr. ditor-It has been shall look for it net week. Your it most all me ..* ... -,
Ldsa D -, city.. Graham Philips, Nettle Erdman. l ng tme since I tried wor that "al- hetm May Spear, care Mrs. P. L. So Hurry that Dollar to me. _. -l1 1
esl F r Ama" lfo" Goldie Blanchard, James so d:ns, rmihty dollar." I truly hope thateI Matthews, Eba, Ala. --Poor Little Joe Todd, M lat, Fla. g ut te s
Althea B.umer, ctty. Elsner olt.s Cade I1s. Frank, Ed- w m receive it this time as fI am sao Trust you will enjoy your visit, "Poor sLttle Joe!" You hav she 1 \ V m .. t
rr re. war and Mari Jencs. in mv nickles and dimes to buy a iss May, and that olollar shall be earned that dollar and Io she send it .
Marh Ro bets.on Ji., Warrinn Flu. coMe'lvin Wolff: C ar e Irwibk, har dtor-It" a s bee n8a sallook fo it next week Your ItD mos all



Dennis W. L an. city. No, "Tom Bigbee." the "Early bird" graphophone and you know ten dimes sent to you without fail, as directed, as soon as I "can.
Lettie Martin, city. '.
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Sadie KugelmIan, ty. *00
John Frenkel, city.

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Viola Rock, city.
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rg) Nef, city. Following to the order o t servIces day school at 10 a. m., J. B. Beal, "Rtght Living." The ordinance of and Jackson streets. Bib!e school 9
at the various churches today: su nerinendent e Baptism will be Administered at the a. m. Preaching at 11 4. ma. ad 7:46
gdad. Fla. CAthosc. Muscogee Wharf Church-Rev. Geo conclusion of the, evening service. At p. m. by W. T. Tracy. prayerr meeting _r
Ma i. Fla. St. Michael's Church-First m=as W. Carpeater, Partor-Services every the same service M s Linlian Gladdea Wednesday night at $ o'clock. J
ty. 6:30 a. m.; last mass, 9J:0; vespara first tad third Sunday as 7:30 p. m, and Mrs. Albrtt Reager will sing a * *
'e 5 o'clock. conducted by the pastor. Sunday uet. Prayer Me ting Thursday even- Unlverael Y or
St. Joseph's Church-Firat mIass. school at 3:30 p. m. J. N. Andrew&. mg at 8:40 o'clock, J. P. Ross Leader. First Universalist .S bureb-iLt
6:30 a. m, last mass 9:30 a. m.; ves- superintendent Prayer meeting every Chase street SAunday school -ia l .
..r & ipews, 5 o'clock. Thursday ciht at 7:0 o'clock. tit. .m.; Y. P. C. U., 7:0 p. m. AB lM fe
LYV Pm* * Warrington Cbareb-Rev. Geo. W. PI t rt B i Carcn--Rev. F. Jonea cordially Invited. io
.piscor- Carpenter, Pat r-Services every pastor. ReSalr IBnday a t e
Chrt Church-t-ev. P. H. W'saley at 7:30 p. m., every forth anaday. No serv-. Ri t crngib. bOrai s i h
b D. D. Rector. Regular services at 7:30 Sunday school at 10 a. red n eof btim w be admlalbtered. First Presbyterli OI
b eznd 11 a. m. aad 5:30 p. m. Sunday Blum, superintendent. Serves rds~ p by RIev. S. Y. ulian 8., y pastry .ra.iaI.
school 9:45 a m. Wednesday and tPitta. bianiday sol at : a. m., tM 9:. ML m
Friday services at 5:30 p. m. Christian. .. DBtk. snped t ,deL Sunbeam : so p m. 6:. There will e Jachi st.a .
Z. D. De.w sue!.+.dent. Sunbeam +
. t8L Katharine's-Cervates ao d Da First Christian CLurch-Corner Al -Society i .f .U.i 7 . nt 1 a. i, .nd 8 pn. ca -ly te pitor.W I
s tret. Rev. Andrew T.Sharpe rec. canlts and Gregory streets. Snday SoWest M ah.-; A. Cottrell Sunday school at* ye Stoddart Av
ter. Regular series 7:30 and 11 a.I school 9:45 a. m, H. J. Mackey, p. l" ht 1 Cot.L ts Bnd hool M t te toda : .Ve ek,
a. and 4 p. m. Sandy school a. Preaching at 11:00 a. m. and .:00 p., M.. anattn Th day pe t All are .athiy *
a. An wsecome. i ., by the pastor, Reverena Noew e ,,y, eet Tray Am s a;heys u a
St. Joha's Church- arringtom, Bev. Karagousian Morning subject:h 8. T .. -
.A.-T. I har ps iniscer I abr. cerity in youth." areng D aaN E o a. mk. subje- .a A y.
eveMng m sa erd a N a o. 7: 0. ". -- .. s s erves every a tSt as oi oeji"r
d* * a'e +"....and. M* Ara a, le So th "o M eor.er Slvfe ',
Pa.ft Street Met Ch s :t r ll Ait C tiSu A coiS Ve aa. bA- cordial itartorIn, O lt s s fV
die. IaC. l Oe. Muotr, teR eare eder O whfh exrte. Richard air in

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TW lU MSW MI iM 10 v. MFVE ToM P_0 0 the twer Mrs. To-_
ci aB tFs LAs Wiol-- hI. M. sa n Miamr A-te~,. a -
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41011 s a 5:S Vohmo e e in kth hd g1 01 0 M Wan
the w.".. -.. g a~ CrrUl I-- -s-- -- ---A. --..o -t-r-- ---OT I .-.*._** -
SOScPuraN m meats o.* w" to av iUPERUMO IN MAUw Mm. ber W~Dr. ). 0. MLean Msa
been celebrated aw Angest 9, but was LaSS AS WA11A s04 al., 1CA. MiKma or ana-
Weeeek e s se- t rent m. ad her Cle miM ISS Kte
A h sehao g of Mr White and his father. .9adeas. C&L a" inaa
?par tes a" pot he bVdaect has saw Seiman oc Vidnoi ik -mor
BEAUTIOLA as=-t"-ot'- *hr o teI2OPOCN:AL NIG
THE PERFECT IEAtnFIER. ay but tsh beS i rl raml te Am"&ra MR yesterday r
-l' st few"M a" "the" e RUpBbER cOOD !
1 M -a _- willuite wisi thePur
-seas a" m AKfer L Awl aa1111Wad eruea ea over wgth bapptan, a fiy rom 1r m In.e eaf n a deNitanl A
J w eaoat U0 oIWma e for the sorrow aM se- testre ad whl was a sam&eV
rw mc d dkia e f n dearfag that csethe reemt days ol triNa PoewA1 YP s MeL. We h aWU 8
mC*,vewen wM orblartr roman an d so er uely postpe wh We she hat o nme time whileth
a" 1 0e,,did b C Ml ,aP the hbaptpy day they sad so rwaiy s w there.
Tas amall" t =Sbae*air MEL R nt pme
as sta4bftsrera"ft wr 1 4er @M1, After their wedding, which will be Te day achre met at Mrs. W
ml~~t. am tOl e a qiet aur, Mr.Wite and his at- W Whits sts o Mr. Boa ,
wss eams o LrAwVSaI trative bride will be at bome at 41 Mrs. eer-bWttting taor Mr.oI W T
ma. a ws. rmv as. bao Gory. tC.DL y w o was too 4to bes Spre
W.IK&AL SWARS.lSMAL L eat-wr the acepri. m Mrs. Ana
rn i. m ie m,-. mx 30T e M83 LenA HO UNG NADINE FACE POWDER sb sco oieDuoy the eonsoliatio. Mrs. a ter Ate n., 'Ed.
Ws o. ARRIIo IN OSTON.apoie partSad by a s t y Or TaWte theoo, and M. eWU1 a rer-
Samt" ne ... fri ends of Mi Lana Herring0 eed poe.L Produce, a _a_.. & .. ad te ns. pite 'verytWa W tear Vt d
I. U. E yRcY CHEMICA co, w. soreri dedis. s fu.."Misrl, s90 Velvety aPpa S, ** which
Dept. L uL A.. will be interested to learn that shie elmsu sntil wah4 ao ladle who Mis PaiW Myes left 0 the City oa Sat f
S lrti oo mako fudw ~fM eeMs. "w marred August 16 to Mr. m as mNadwiie wda sm mwre i the of Tampa or Di a to spend a weeks
r_ renhot of Bosto-n. lnaIon will be st and lovely at or so wlk her sant Mrs. W. C. White.
'1he ceremony took place In the OGer- ce of the vuving,
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san Holy Tralty Catholic chare t THRQUAATTt It oNEQUAlX Ws Gnesev Murphy re- Mar|| hs
.th nuptial ma at 8 oclo& .an Buy me 0-e s pe.. ofp of tuned om a vai Vi t to Mr MAIL ORDE A SPECIALTY
was followed by a weddla breakfast Nadine he Pawnew. s o yo uan T. I well l Me PHONE 1
at ]Mr. Fereaboss hbomt aet irely treUl ~ a s me# M
P e are now rasidins at 3 Oak wi maptly r 4 yr mma. Mr. 1. Morti.m and Mr. Robert v me BIRTH PLACE OF M-OMPT DELVEo.
G Cal rove TwerceMOW&S. gsaWby an aii &nstgW-t-.ar-m"il Mornroa a aem 1W spend their
Pipe MSa le__. sowrefs -y f- m m"Ok
E Tm'w. ice U eets. We thi B amestt, actls. tah ftrteOnd a Virtelta
a1Ml- JaNSEN TO MIGHT pre d UWed ir b
useS MN ^,0 DEO N OE UICH. NATIONAL TIOIkT CO. Paa, T ML a2r. and Mm. W. X. Ilulard leew
Te tarwest assortent of Meiss torasee, e I the_ e harmiat .1, 1a far jt Pa io, Toas, w bSre Mr.
P111"e li he eaftU u ng girl from Chiago who wohas 4de-HIlard expect to go into busess
mniwmet just ve s hted various .. ons with ts. All ot which will. be good news dr deBatu e will be reetted by
and must be sold at Me her beautiful soprano voice, will g to the home friends of the abenteeS a large number of freods.
-get them eat of the 'I will extol Thee, 0 Lord" during the One of the romng ladies n the paty #
VaY. service In the Gadsden & church Miss Bmoad was especially ampres- Mr. fig DMmaud of the t terior, _
o-nightL ed by the variety at the Yahfrs i Wet riday with baSt Hil friends.
A host of admilag friends will forUla and the superIority of the MAA AAAAAAA
Slear with regret that Miss Jesenex- beaches oer thRe1 hied to thi Mr. Wallace f r of DeFu ak
i Upecta to leave Wednesday for her home section which e pinched before they left for bhome ktrdy morning afterBRE
In Clago.ripe., which accounts for their gene-r t two weeks visit with his aunt Mn.
SA a! Insipidity by the time they reak 5Marion Cltter. Mrs. Cltter leaves
OISTINGUiHEO LADIES the oun Sor & visit in COl, about September
resh read ly and COMING O TIS Y. ey found t very cold In n I. a to The Journal L
"^""A -e1,' ""t'yLC -i?^? ,i',. M^..c eh:-Va. M IL INERY GOODS I
fresh Roasted O Cf e e. tiooT e rw (Caada) cads m Fra nciscoand winter? cl.th gd3iehd26.-Monday opened as'
Crea and akt o dnt t W Canada paper says: ary toeart. O-l cheaper than V. P. eVoy and il -usual with a heavy rata, which ap-
for parses and During the week two oUtinguiahed water, apparently there, for they use c. Jr, and Maaret, leave e this peas to have about ended the show-. LL I N I RI
s pat n wedty. members ofthe terms of Mercy or It to sprinkle the streets. fInary de. morning at o'lock to spend about ar season.
Spe .der we the guests of Mrs. Desla- velopew the priom of tthe oe6 to be 1r three onths with her pWa Mr. The weaher wa ey Se M ROSA L RAINES
rler t her pretty cttae. ey were cents a barrel and eah barre cona rd t ir. R_ eat in Apa-IicoIeo for thepublic etertament by the
SIT Sister Helene an ster Co letta, .of ti 6 galon or her S ta visit home for tour yns "Brent Solal Club" Wednesday nlht, WMi ea t
New Orleans. Te latter Is a -os-- t' r. McVoy will join them for a few whlt w fairly rendered ad well O
eIf Mrs. D'krtel ars. Mrs. Cole sad tfmly .who have achas, I o about two weeks. patrs. Some of the characters
'1Sster Helene was one of the chief spent the summer with bher ents. who made their It appeareace on t misery e We
OPPOSITE CUSTOM HOUL nes la New Orleans during the Ute Pr. and Mrs. CLObk. t Yat irs. A. A. ed len riday r the asanltfested a rt- t e nes thla when t he i
OPPOSITE CUSTOM HOUSE of the big plage twenty years ag. day for their home Is. Alabama Millio tnlete Judes ROPYt heity e & MrsevB. r.teK mwho vii0ting ore s ath y M m R is, tant dayh I vi tn lanet o di stan t day. a



he. Ol -l. .. ible The ood te referred to are ex the so.th e. ~ comfortable s chon The ice eream w all -
w apectednls atew Into t idays ea CaptoStehein ialca er the "Dnna Christlas." The guests for ,Ickles and dimes, ata andAste
a visit tAo S oit ette mother Mr and Mrs. tns l av sth e are eloqent in praiseof the genTal balance wtltas neted "for the benet ot
N k D Bker ansh talked e lJt recoered for New Torn nego ty oi pan oOcthert who proved o h h the Bptisglt ,church. he b-
m trom the effects of a fall which left east. enjoyed every moment t of their s i YofSeWhen ft Pr, of Alien ws lat heard
W wher ll all summer. o return to the hundrum of everyday fom the far east he anticipate
ltet Meary Helene will be reme- Mr. and aMr. Charle Ott are to e with re-ret. Those aboarT were leaTing Milton for this country on -Sat.
Sobered by many Pensaewolans since occuy Mrs. Sb kant's eattage on the the host's family Mrs. Axelsom and urday the6 th Iast.-
1882 when she was in this city and by e now ccped by Mr. ad ..... Jim Crow seems to be already n-
Lrsed Sister Mary Colletta's father Mrs. C. Gster m nore. earthed for an eariy resurretelom. It
Sthe late Wiliam J. Baker o eardg an a C w see to be a lon whether the _
epieae. Mrs. W. H. Northup, wri ng to a bird bha lain dormat long enough to ha
Whic hem t -s- friend from Chautalqua, N. Y, uader N endare an eternal existence at this e C I "f
R the MaryIHelia akenrew rio bererme.- Mr. a s WeOveruseoWewtht t. Tb u wereIorbe this s wS .on Set-



Sa...I. CAPT. SWIMBURNE' MARRIAL date of Augst say: The t herthe h- fmiy i .n stage of the game. 26, wL
Speoo society will bthe intsreity d meter ab reiM atcr t4. We hab e Mr.an There seems to be a general munal- r r i 9WSI

n the announcement of the approach- and, feel that I was never warm. etateo dit'facn t

brma, which takes place at Twicker- Mrs. Meade Was rtred trsedy of the oest blooded r
ham, near ladon, on the 7th of Sep. from Marana Thursday. ailed h er the hert of Pensacola. Oile mc m a
teMmber. by news that her husa was lt The outraged popular will not be
OULAR DIN.E ERVED DAILY Capt. BwSlburne commanded the bat. However, the entlema's Illes was reconced wi he ple of cBaity,
EJLARINE SEtVED DAIL tieship "Teass" when the fleet was but temporary and happy h6 iBs now nor of the Jury havac been hcamo-r
SCTld s here in 190 and 1904, and was a ge o quite recovered, tlzed by defensive eloquence.a t
eeal favorite. In fact society here re With the penalty ftr Iadlecriminate
_ eo put hm in "the sauit of f tlhe Rev. J. S. Sbley pastor of the First We ma ae yfu money and sst a nation and open murder red-
earth" clam, and now sends him its Prestea church. leaes Mnday you If yo re a Atla P + ed almost to that or caning the dA e told OU aam a
S"congratulations and best wisLhes" for Leongton, Va., when he will New Pia from $100 to $400. lu re on a "gree-back paper, we -f6 tl s
PORT BARRACAa. ably for a month. Mrs. SIbley and smallet regular Piano made for youa will be encouraged, necessitated and
speLdER SERVEDDAILY.C hs vacatio- being in ce sure tot see-the bab. P uDe havegonleitthe seitales .......
Mrs pr. Greenwell and Barry left the children hae bee t Virginia and old alike $10 to 17. ata l...................
last eein for the north. Barry wil some time. It will pay you to cll or write a If the dker eould be dispatch- nU LI t andal, l ....................$
attend a military school in Virginia d in a balloon beyond the attractlem J.adi T OLfrds, I atylt, ...................
DO CRASINS. LOTS OF duing the winter. Mrs. Dan Shelrd egntertataed quite TUNING A SPECIALTY. of the earth, to end a life 05 the 2. LaIsV p T a Sleik Onfleds, a ............ $1
FUN DIPPING THEM Mr Barton W. Perry and daughter a number of Itte pqple at the chacc moon with no phere,---- -
-AN OOD EAT- leave the arst of the week for six mer ettage of Mrs. R t DIles PHONE 47,. water or ire. baalshed forever rom O a. TB er a -a ...............
S weeks In the motains of North Car. Thursday evenog for h er nephew whiskeyaadmci)ars we mihteten *M* *** ....*" ...................

oe new tnmportaim toPesa- Mr H. oms ofar Journal C TER & RUSHING, eeution and ana l.ye ..............
FlHI TACKLE IN day and for te cent rate ton htch he wl- h, Cle t tywk andest, chids vIepm
_way to see about running some extra ThoaMs has not enjoyed a vamatric PENSACOLA. FLORIDA, Whem ots oaf Ted a 1 e
trips and espedally a nlght trip. hfr several yea e n seat ipi esu a" attack he Oi n, s akhael s ae

COTS BOOK STORE r a-t fpscalisalt "WI "- -. HO CO.
2,5S o S Tayo reported for d ru th rs-a
25 '---.- Wil i*tam o mnor onla **m- sfors "-- '-W i-;---- ......-M SE
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0"ae WI wsTam TOU. Jeanette.IA. this co Miss Mro Ma Chrstd C"Aft-r i"hine" br^- I MA r
MIr. J. c. Green amd two dCAshtes attended The Iwa bedNewy S ti wton, M i. A. W iMorIta i l
Was Mabel adt Miss Hlhma, and decorated a dle6a re ta la Mi r Mr. George Peteren : .
amr Alma abn.. returned Tir wern Served was t maske andArthor etrtAG Mr. QSWV Peo rar
a kt t irs moat esjoyable trip games rendered e evedg maot and Mr. Jamle OIa.il
EXCURSIONS tr th he northwest and dow the piesant. TO OUR RviMsoNMET
5%CWC A0&ct 9k 11S Tl- thoroMWhy SW Z Jean0n Sardlia~ust's frflmi wMi
joya evy monmet of tear aonth's M-i Aelie fri1- i 1*U thi sPAROI OUR to ls tbat d to again
may. morning ofr Artmyal rh e b -doL H SL -
They peat a few days each in wtiW sM n a dumn Whet th & IC ..
l e is Deaner, Clra. springs (I- iy tof Mr. Jesse eatr." a.Ii"s G l of eat
ragla a r--vits to Pke's Peak), Salt after a two w vs,
"N ret Poa (ad te air), 10 Mr. Ph Bsih ii CREAM ca.n at bd.4 G a a o ...l
W11 rn __ $ar >mwe s fMCB Bakwo. an ewd Isa" L M bb r Mar. Ilalys mads 0V
SNW On d886Yeas se Su as s: A e GerV rr s ew- Abw XW ft c a win t
SesS car at 1 er an-g aM A. tlD.s OrMa owit tng M hr A- Dr. wnwtag 00r "dgk"
-MONS bM.*. 4d W& T .. e. Rahe. a W41. 6. C of thIS hr jsrs phOiEa. jlb gr 6't "ae bii ns. :es sors
""M- soda 6p. e2p. r oft. 0ri ath0 "' IL
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In or about the year 1846, when the in the water partly covered with muJ,
people's conldence was in a measure in the early eighties and may yet be
set at ret by the lo a"d continued there it wanted by the owners of the
peaceful behavior of the Indians, the land for an old time relic.)
people again began to settle on the' The Lpper foor of the bulldlng was
Mial river. .I tted up for the accommodation of the
Among the rat ones to come were# laee number of workmen engaged in
the Ferguson brothers, George anl his employ at this time. Mr. Fergudp
Thomas, with their families, settling having secured a contract with a large
at the head of the er near the rap* rm in the manufacture of cotton fa-
ids, at which place they built homes, ics in or somewhere near Boston.
and also a starch factory build Mass., to furnish them with a specifed
across the stream leading from the amount of starch attgiven times to be
spring from which Miami some tew made use of in their line of business.
sears back received her supply of Contract Was Broken.
water. t thi h fcto It so happened that while under this
In addition to teis starch frctoy special contract a long drv spel' o
was &alsou atrtee a saw l Sc weather set t n hleh canned he 'water
were driven by water power which
wras orined by dammt othe head o' in the river to become brackish, and
twa obrapid nd ydim the water inohaving always made use of the river
the rapids and ie e dnthe fter yndl water up to this time no thought was
the creek over which the ftory an tertained In the minds of Mr. F. or
saw mill was b ilt. his men employed, that a suafcle~
Some of the stakes ndothe igns amount of salt It any at all would be
of the co. nrctioa the dam were perceptable in such a degree as to
yet visible a few years ago. cause serious consequences in the aP
It we8 rnue living at *n:s pl'c"
It was while living tths Plce plication of the starch product in cal-
near the rapids that Tbomas fergusrn Ico manufacture such however was
was stricken with gold fever so pe- ibe case. The contract was broke
valet all over the country in the off and, to this day no otherirm ot
3 ears 18454, or even in this hr fx'y that kind ha ever been induced to tIr
nook and corner of the gobe, the news our product of starch In their line of
of the discovery of gold h 'Californi business.
becam e known. The was spread his did not by any means Interfere
in all directions. Many, both fonrtu-
nate and unfortunate were attracted i l-
by the glowing reports which came
from there, p..l Uing that large for-
tunes were being gathered by those
dwpowsd to aval themselves of the op-
Dcrtunity offered them. -
Young Fergson, now in the prime
of life, cast his lot with the many by
leaving his wife and children in the
care of his brother and family, anl
faced the d a erm a privations inci-
dent to such an undertaking and after
many weary d ay of -hrdskips, reach-
ed the land of ree. KIDI
He found that many had preceded
him and that still more were coming
continually.
Th Search for Ood.
Many .euy dayan&d weeks wete m
speat in the search for gold without U R E
success, and not until he formed a
partnership with young Dr. Hartly, -R |JI-d-J-in
an Ohioa, did success smile upon him
rnd his partner together : 1o use his d loa ,-C
own exprealto he ai that they were Fi -
-not long t iltng thei pocket wtA--
the precious yellow metal." when the N -y, Tuy"
each in taf rtraed their steps o
their hom hers e nxiom loved a- f e i
ones were awaiting their comtag. Soon '
after Mr. Ferguso's rival at his 1W To nN oW .
by him and hi m to purchase It is the function of the kideys to lter
fro ththe Lgoeauut the laud on and prifty the blood which is odstsanly
whih their improvements were locat- passing through them.
ed. Whea the kidney are out of older the


They foual that this a&Ie lam aatn otmr are asected t~B
been purchased, from the g verament o a aecoe uelt
by a brother of er a4' ldlet JaR K a yu ma have ypto s f hea
Polk, who it seems, was a personal trouble, stomach and Hver troubi, and
friend to the govermait.surveyor, a other ailments, which are all owngto the
Mr. McKay. who bt a few years before kidnys being weak ad out of ot.
surveyed this section of the country, If you are sick Fe h-'-
ad who was requested by Mr. Polk i ,, a i ~8=
to select ach of land as be will strengthen and build the
could recomamemd as likely to become worn out tisses of the kidneys s they
valuable in the oarse of time. In wil act property and the syinutos Of
addition oth, Mr. PftO ha4 also pu weknusr, heart, stomach sa
chased frOa the ,s.rameat the eigh- troube will disappear and ou be
ty acres west of the city mtts of ntod to po health.
Mimi now wned by the r. I C. Ry. I ,
oopany. e e is located the s eW iS Til If eeT lao I.Uy Trhis,
spring from which the city of MIamidI You can easily deter-ine If your kid
at h re time is gett ng her suP- ys ar outoforderby sttS e
ply of water: ', o
Sr.i 36 hours a bottle of the une pased
Owing to thett that the land on aponarising. upon -wltItI
which their mpresnts.wre Ioct- cloudy or milky or has a brick dst ao
ae could ktt. hbe Vha6d by themtaenatorsmallparticles float aboottIn ,
from Mr. PFlk~.the Frgasne aban- your kidnss are dieu ed ad fdr i
dolme the plaet' 'wit"h "AI OMM EyO should betaskmttomce.
tamly gohog -to lt M., at
which place -e vei for smany years. I F- m* Pleast

Bought fr s e the ate once.
government e.L he made mIt co i dight Uor!m ispM *w
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o ing a,- ..-
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etc, being magnificent The beaunth
ftl china ware and other valuable ar-
ticles of easy removal for one man

alone were hastily transport to
shore with the aid of a small boat
wth which he was provided.
.rverythiag was carefully buried I~
the sand, ad be taught the place o
ttbtg to be easy to locate by him
whea he wished to And them agn.
Ustortunate for him, liquos of vanri
o kinds waer also found on board.
the ediag of this niuor,. -thouh
harmless if let sloea did st seraonM
Sweater the mad o the it~ er, as M
htweOed h~ie unreraidl to a
Sasa h w asted. No M b eac o.
portaity was h- M as t ,
TLsk si was V ood, 0 r at JeSt
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.A scast se o0 tO acoCkSosvl e
aTies-Unio sayls:
Manr people have coamested
the tet that in Ja ChptVi ein
during the yellow fevet eppid-O aM4
is various other cities duag the preN
a!ence4 of an epideaice qt ileUw fver,
pe~os who have lett bae feeretrick-
.*a ctues before nlghtlDl ahd met ra-
ti:red until the nex arnalo have
escaped having the f.'er:
It has been eoutenmed that the yet-
.r.w ftver carrying mosquito, dkowsk
thP .tecon~ylU faela&ta, does not,
bite at ight, but thoee who spet the
..>a i ti e ciUes, did not bear oat the
elaim that the Ltetg-1i s faclata Il
the only method of transmitting yel-.
low fever.
Dr. G. A. Baxter expats this seem-
ing Inconsistency in an artile pub
lished in the ChIttavBeaO News of last
Thursday, and the following extract
Is reprinted from his Jett as a mat-
ter of interest to the maders of the
Times-Union, for It shows eonciusively
the people wbo left town to spend the
-lght were away trot the fever dis-
tricts during the houri when the ste-
gomyla does mot of It biting:
Habits of the tesmyla
"The stegamyla fls ata is caled a

with the manufacture and sale of he
product in other markets, such as
Key West, Nassau, N P., and Havan
Cuba, where a ready market for *ll
that could be made by the people here
could be had at good prices,
Among the many men engaged by
Mr. Ferguson In the nannfactur# of
starch were to be found' the Oser
brothers, Michael and Wiliam, na-
tives of Germany. Both men being
experts In this particular line of work,
were installed as foremen of this ex-
tensive business. Michael, the elder
brother, now very old and yet living
1fr North Miami, never having changed
his residence from this immediate lo-
'cality since he came here in the early
forties In the last century. His broth-
er, William, return, to Indian river,
where he settled down by getting mar-
-ried to ..r widowed lady, -and it is
hoped that he is yet living and doing
well.
Early Settlers.
At 'thl time there lso live1 a tam
Ily southh of the soath fork, or branch
of the Miami river up-airithe irer-
glades. An old rock chimney, I be-
lieve, still marks the location where
three brothers by the name of Adams
were living, John, Nicholas and Po-
line, also natives of Germany.
John, the elder brother, when not
engaged in carrying the mall and di-
patches in the employ of the govern-
ment and for the special benefit of
the soldiers stationed in the different
localities from Miami to Fbrt Caprom
on Indian river, his time would be
occupied in beach combing.
This business in those days was
very profitable, simply for the reason
that the ocean beach from here to
Jupiter, a distance of a hundred mile
or more, was uninhabited, ant on
which various articles, some of which
were of considerable value, were east
upon the beach and made the property
ot those lucky enough in finding and
securing them.
EhIps and other large vessels that
would become stranded at no great
distance from shore, abandoned for
some reason or other by the captain
and crew, and left to the mercy of the
sea, were at times found and boarded
by but perhaps on!y one person. In
such a case all articles of value that
could be removed by the aid of a
mall boat was taken by those finding
them to the beach and there secreted
or burled In the sand if necessary for
a more convenient time to get them to
their homes or a place of safety.
Buried Trreemm s.
I have known of several who after
secreting articles of value in the sand
m.ong the beach were unable after
wards to locate the place and In oon-
seuence the articles are yet in hiding.
One is a trunkful of Jewelry. I have
now a child's finger rin of pure gold.
given to me by the finder of the trunk,
now more tnan thirty-three years ago.
Another case is that of a man finO-
tag a vessel stranded not far from
shore, not tar south of where the In-
dlan Creek House of Refuge is now
located.
On .boarding the vessel no one was
tcund on board' of her. Bhe had the
appearance of having been used by
the owner for pleasure, the fittings,


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for Women supported by the State of lorida, offering professional one-yer
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IV. Engine rig~E -je ourse
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CLASSICAL SCHOOl

OPINION OF EOUCATORS Ai
ITS WORK.

Prof. Walter Minr, professor '-. i
Greek In Tulate Ulversty, f- -, a :f
tisltig the elasslal school, wrI t
the flowing usluolItei oanolao to-*;-.
friend and colleague:
"The Pensacoa Classical Sch
4oing a bpldd work for the eo
southern education. It is
upon broad principles, it ct
highest ideals of scholarshirn &W-
tains a high standard of ex.
and by the beat moder
equlpmet It rase res m
training comparable witth tat
by the great ftting schoBi-
east. To ry riadiA to.
Clasucl Sehood is ooet of
best seoondazy school of the
Dr. Venable, president t
versity of North C0arote)I
gives ne -plbuea f to- -.
thoroughness of the
the students who aS e
yoar school to the
shoaldi bea, d to am
Dr. oGem Pob. P"- sa &
srlad ltory t1i the

beat Ittins subook is
the tahmrtinssa

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day osquto. Her fight is principal-
ly ain the early morning hours before
I a. L an. chiefty In the late after-
Boo between 4 and 7 o'clock though
I have nowhere see a positive state-
ment that they do not occasionally
bite at nalht. Hence, and these are
the facts as they then occurred, per-
mas who spent their days in the city
nd their rights elsewhere usually, I
might say ealoet: universally left
toan by 4 l. aL, and did not return
until 9 o'clock the next morning.
Their reasons for so doing was to
avoid the he7vy atmosphere of the
evening -d daryb hours of the day to
escape the miaSma as they then
thought, but in doing so, they seci-
dentally and fortunately escaped the
very hours l which the light of this
mosquito was greatest and after they
let the immediately infected mosqui-
to sections, as th flight of this par-
t:cular variety is known to be very
limited, they were In no danger from
the disease. I trust you will find in
the above full explanation of the
doubtful theory or as It should be
termed fact of m aqulto transmission
of yellow vr, and judge you have
asked these uns in print, be
cause yoe i d the same points
express t This is my ex-
cuse for mn olwer. I deem it of
the greatit Mrtanoe that the
public exactly and fully


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THE STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN.


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that the J pt this theory as
known bt, that quarantine,
Scentia o. qar e, may be main-
thled with 1it measure of protec-
toommu to s and this In par-
ticular (and I want to say right here
that I a decd In favor of quar-
antine), without p nic among the peo-
ple an leiglttmtUand, harmless trade,
bing interfere& With to the least
possible extent. f there were mil-
lions of cases In New Orleans, the
only two factions that could give us'
the disease or that would have to be
guarded against is already infected in-
dvidual who might infect the ste-
gomya tas fbta It it exists here or is
bought here, and the infected ste-
omyla fuascata which might be
brouagt here by tlB ordinary means
of nlterooamqnlcaton between our
city and the infected points. I believe
that both these poIts are being thor-
oughly guarded ind have an abiding
faith that w will escape this dread
v!sflt* this yoar.,
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AGENTS NEIW YORK UPE INGUUetANCE CO.
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MENSACOLA, FLA.


61#40K MR. TWUMa AISDM*%r-
Mo HMSEL* W"V Mn

ItTe ma" hftww 49 W. S~. 1114rs
Will regret to lean UbrA be has sever-
ed his couneetim wftk t Ow Pessasdls,
Buggy Works, In wtheh he h" bow
a partner for a ainaeir at yeam We.-
Hilliard was oompelled to do this asi
account of III health, abd will g to
Texaxs to recuperate. His I htere~iims
sold to his palmer, Geoerge Tamner,
who has assumed all bllbs~and liabill
ties.
The success of the Pensacola Buggy
Works since Mbr. Tamner has associvA
ed himself with the Arm has bown of a
most pronounced type. Of course the
business from Its very start, yamr
ago, was a success, but Mr. Turner
has gradually Increawlld the capackyy
efc the firm by constantly adding to It,
This was made possible~~III~~~III~~~II by if constant.
ly i increasing business, ft the city
grc-w and as the quality of the Arm's
work became better known. `
George Turner has prevepg himmwell
prpogresstvm In every seame of the
word. He has continually aimed, and
successfully to. at making a name for
himself as a business man.
'Mr. Turner informs a Journal rep-
Ls resentative that the Arm has not had
kt a single dull week during the whole
summer, bult on the captrary displays
a large number of new Boatst; delivery
vragons, buggies, etc, which have Just
been completed for most of the big
t firms of the city. Re attributes his
success to the three Nblowing ressorA
y which are really the foundation stones
of every business:
All work Is completed when promis-
F. ed.
!1IAll work Is guaranteed to be as rep-
S resented.
it The charges always moderate.
it ~fThe Peensacola Buggywok ,
ploys continually fifteen to twenty,
1, 'Vorkmen, all of whom -are skillesd in;
their --szpective lines,. and all workr is
Personally superintended by Mlr. Tur-
rcar with the good result already Mon-
'floatled.
The borseshoeing department Is
taxed almost to its full capacity at all
ttw-es ana! the patrons are evidently
satistled inasmuch as they continue t6
a send their work there.
The workti are equipped *i~th all
the latest Improved machinery for
turning out gdod work in short order
lat moderate prices.
ThTe firm also enjoys a good out-of-
town trade to which special attention
iqis paid.
A All orders addressed to N'o. 30 E.
'Gardetn street will have prompt and
SCalI ful atent~crn.


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PROLIFIC YIELD
OF FISH IN THE
INDIAN RIVER

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wM M& velcespict an &M wwsg~~ra~ goods wM& wig Wm nc o U b" awd
goods dewunemnt vn'll aftonish Tw 6 wson# asI r I krw& he ewafy wb& int New Yiik WA fn dw -r-d A.
Stoberit the exper buyer~ of drew goods and do"k They we the Inkst Mad Soft Mrd wig be aThwway
and Frid". See them.

See the Ladies' Tai'lor-Made Suits, Jackets, Dolmans, Gi a Owm lleft (w I & Iar
rC*= to the opmsriikp All jny finePen's, Ywffis wd Boye Wft m d Puds an dwp'-r F le~aI
errrmt,~pit irecutt onl all seleioom Appu68a we a few i In yf~dBP1 aaaflf
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29 But Garden Street Phonet 717.
North Palrax Street. Phone U30.


how Joyous it sounds. It has
its sting, though, it your rent
is too high. Wryr not

Quit Paying Rent
and buy a home of us? Apply
rent ydo~ now pay to help pay
for a boine. Wre will make pay.
Ineuts ftsY, and you won't feel
It. You'll soon own a home on
an outlay a trifle above present
rent charges. Call and talk 11
over.


25 DOZEN BhrurS CAP~r 3f VAL-
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25 DOZEN BMY'S CAPOA $1 VALP
UE TO CLOSE AT, EAC" .. ..4f
YOUR OWNY PfVICIL~ 10 -DOZW#
SOILED LACE CURTAINSS USED INY
DISPLAY.
BALNCE OF PURE VLAC MULL,
PER YARAD.. **10r rH
GREATKST BARGAINS IN LADIRS
FANCY COLLARS EVER OFFERED.
SEE THE BARGAINY TABILN OFr
REMNANTS ANJD MUSLIMY UMIMW
WEiAR.
I WILL CLOSE OUT A LOT OF
PIECE VEILVET WHIICH I 9OU~ff
CHEAP IN NEW YORK.


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50 DOZEN BOYS, MOTHEfrs
FRIEND BRAND WAITS, each nc0
50 DOCILK LoHmw 10 VESTS,
EA~CH .... .. ...... .... .... 50
WANHCE OF IMPORTED PURE
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ALL AtO~ BATISTES AND LAWNS
AT, PER YARD.....~.. ..5c
10a0 LAbIES' WALKING SKIRTS
SUITA*LkFOR FALL AND WINTER
$3M5 VALyES AT..,... ..$Zl5
:BA.ANFf9 OF O50 WHITE BELTS
Air, i~bil. ..io
1~50 PAIRiS MEN'$ PA-NT6, BLACK
AND COfiOREDo PAIR .. .. .. .. 96c


NVAGARIES OF

THEl GULF WRE~AM
At Ke v Wes ore way stand upoD
r wharfsr and se-, the Gulf stream flow-
Sing boeneath bis eyes,; or he may If he
ifs carplepss ot sharks and stingareer,
wcade out in shifflow 1.v ter and fe~el Uz
rnigbty pu~jh again-t %is person. it
ibi a great river o.: warm waiter, pour-
lipg through the strait of Floridla as
14quid Pouls through the narrow neck
of a fUL~nel.
Thon at spreads out like at fan, but
Vr Is stii, a vast warin river. It is a
1-lttle capricious. ard like other rivers
i -zimet'niesl o~erflows- Its banks. But.
it' ne-iZ gpts to New York, though we
i aiways seen to be expecting it, and
its influence upon far Eagland and
8-cotiand. which are In the latitude of
uninhlabitable Labrador, Is vastly
greater than its Influence on Longr
Island!' or 'Manhat tan.
It is possible that Its varying cur-
rent really did retard the voyage of
the Red Star liner Kroonland on Its
last trip to this port train Anwerp.
That its wandering from. Its course
was directly responsible for our recent
hot and' humid watem int this vicinity*
wre should not, however, regard as
neterologcally probable.
,Me souce of such areas of beat and
humidity is more or less a ziatwer of
conjecture. Science is scandalousiY
abort of exact observation on this
head. We need a great"-, of study
that kas never been made, and munch
ot it could, onl bb zoade trom- wealrher,
stations upon anchored shiPW In the
shallower watems of the ini-U-Atlanle
wbep there is ummey bo "a01re for
the Vurpose. the bekarlor of the at-
raosphere mWd the omews crurrents I
the Atlantte should U 'thorafthly In
MW1 veattgsted. Such staft wouldd wive
,Deny weather MylttrtaOL Usantobwe
we gwy raft assured du~t the OW~
course and. rwb g Uk Won:iLnnrrt
us aft~denl to 00 ioo~ci-90
VOWS Boby 684 bf; 4%rq*

ane edieeo df t
kVce16 aftwoI. 4'Ao
twelve 3 we alpt~ 5

weak" Sawa ath
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enough left in him to put out of bu,31-
ness for a week by the rtrike of Alig
tall the Man who was weighing him.
A little fairer chance and he wouldd
have struck him dead. This monster
fish was bought by an upeountrymaar
skinned and mounted.
The saw fish has rather a novel, but
very effective method of securing his
living. He swims rapidly through a
school of fish, slashing from side to


;et were caught in one day, 20,000 f C; CS_-hissaw aa-s-W9;_i, ttbV ill-
which were caught by Titusville 11911- ing a great many fish, some of whjch
Ermen. These were caught about 301 are cut to pieces, then be turns about
miles above here, and caught with: and fill% himself with the Alsh he has
cast nets, gill nets not being allowed' sialu.
there. i Whle Titusville Is as good as any
Quite often there are large and dau-1, point on the east coast for Ash, It is
gerous fish with which the fishermen also coiceded to be the beat point for
meet In these waters. There is the hunting on the whole east coast. and
eawfdsh, for example. One was caught perhVpr there Is no better place In the
in a net here some time since th-it atate. The swamps, Jungles an,3
measured 17 feet in leag~!h. and we!gn- scrub% along Indian river are &live
ed 600 pounds. His saw was 3 le:A with gsuio. ne may~ hunt with su#,
and 7 !nches long. This fish is very cess anything from quail on up to bear
vicious. and an con-dered dangerous. and tiEgsT. The woods are full o quail
Even sharks will not attack him. i~i Iast season there were hunters, so t
if one can succeed in getting a rope am told, who often returned from quail
or fish net around his saw, one caLV shooting before the day was near spent
tow him at will. The one referred to because they had killed up to the lim..
above was captured In a net and towP-, it of the law-25..
ed In. He lived for four days after There are also ducks '.& abundane%
his saw was cut off, still having life and of several varieties, running from
the small river dunck which wtaters
here te) the large mallard. I was told
tbatifast season one man Miled from
60 t~p 1C duckrs every day.
Beautlf ~ ToT* there are turkies and plenty oC
Beautifydeer; and Just as many bear perbW
as deer. In a word, this section s
The nomtruly the hunter's paradise, Then
The H me d kanters about here ftu teU soon
bear tales that will almost =a** tue
ThisFall hai on one's head stand on en& Thjg
This fall. wrter bas reed to no with one a
these bspde hunters Mo a bear hu"A
Heas a thinks he's Mtmini to jnofte
Thh may: Le don~ v a bbaz Vrovided he has a -1 M -1i
w" a Weilhiw aa lu r_7uuv
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