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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 29, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news
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CHEER ROOSEVELT


.U n. C. U.. RESULTS

EmI iMNFa li
GREAT ASSEMBLY AT BRUOaELSd 8W W i
E ARS PROPOSAL FROM AMIe-
ICAN REPRESECTATIVES FOR WI TBem I1 am
PERMANENT INTERNATIONAL AjgJ L
PARLIAMENT- CONORESMAN
AKRTHOLOT PREWMTE RO- By AeMtated Preo.
L .tI4m. pm-sri, Id., Ans. a=.-o0 e man
LUTION. hI ad--the sbtafly iuted al
a Wmber of ma n oa t a -s w .r a t
S-ot s I which occ r- aB te PenS.;
By Associated Ta. ylvtma railroad M the .south yards
Pr-', :. Aug 28.-The opeai-er about three miles eDnm this city this
:.e;mrliamentaryr congress Mosrnin. F Wat Wa Besol.
sa \i.nal palace today was occa- o AIehnmodl Id, Is dad, pmliomd
1c t 1r 1 nctsble d iOkM.atio .,a beneath his elniae. gB41er Grady
haR: President Roosevel. After was throw beneath his eagne aa
s, tmung the members. they were both legs were seveed. Be cannot
a.: ~c.ed by Minister of State Bern- henv
a. sho referred to President Boow- The ollowtog were injured: Jausme
P. effnor in behalf of peace. The HEraso6,. lAgaport. d.; Conurty
niai-st ;adopted unanlmouuly resq- Teasurer OweC McGreery, Logans-
;:ins of :hanks to the President a t; T. C. McOreevy, Hamilton, Ohio;
wh.ic the secretary was instructed G0ore Brow. LORM-ai.
cable to him. The wrecked train was an excnrton
R:ehard Bartholdt, president of the rVIUU tremI ClanhelatL As it en-
Aiverican group. presented a report tered the soath yard aa high rate
1: behalf of the United Staes. In i eed freight trainta No. T, south.
i ..ch he said: .b-. w'P Jet lstamu the madn
Mr. Isthodt's Addreess. trek an the exoarUao trala craohee
'The status of our common cause into It. There were t~m S e the ,
I" the W1itd State* never J=Usted a xcurlds t r o which left the
rife vorrble report than it doe at IArmck The b gtscor cad a moker
TIf. rW et t ime. Two causes ay e rLt s Lw e thir d -and
rnally comtrlbted towards ths to. b 21 Aw WbLr* hoed trot
SM. al the rest fs the isPM trse --t a 'id I
oerT Coaeuim e of amsroalki t .. BaMI F ...... .... ..
tb'Irou Ie war .r tti r .w _V i, ..t
ranso, btre ot -re tI Unl e the 8 .r .. P.Atert St ..
.a..e bertin he oe I~ ys 4% ejao aim ba het 1a s-o-r-rs.A
Amerm eartle disrti g the yw which
decaIred In e Ot t he btrde i Ro n o e i UI I
twutle then p mr t the Seamt. IA WW VItLll
Thee thre trees tfled.s It Is tr. ot Ae
-owerer because tf y oateeb i ti oF l' BaRM Y Ar seer
ib principle of artmatkl bi t bu e tid Ie-It FsormeWsM U Bustas1 wi
&tume of their iadeonlteet which AMerioan steMe
frly compelled the Presldnt to My ai Peenster, woet to
Ando the treats. Und the Aeg. .-A 'cock th
Hatie Convction eai already *ejos S Pste Au A Ipelocth s
2l"rr measure of discrstithan the ril dated Aguat 1, orders te master d= W i
a#,%meates. is their anded formthe mobilllation i of'emro ior the re were lost. Two


t ireat es r their ameded r to mi me army0 In heA ? 1
moecd ha pc rntoerred upon kia. flh m oot e M I-o taa e ao a
tatnre ofa these treaties Iay poe a Mint. ued P at AaeHt I
,iesn in iinuvoel It oblfaea he Of L that the teaer
lant ha,: he outcome willU be the a d In vi tets o r Af 1 with cc
T-a, by the Hacue Caont etione, f a o. durian te be
-a' wider in scope nd yt or
detin '-in detail.PU I
st S rh undona.ble pL PLArUE AT PANAMA;
Io can mind t to the historieasl fac
'that It was ;t to an AmericanI Pes- CHOLERA IN MANILABUSTER
fenot no: only To again open the dhfoors 1 I I
v* o'" Hague. bhm also to etop, I the wp e
SInre st* of both the belltnereat and r mny PrAs.am o
l.em'!anlitY. the war between mtassi. ola mtao AW M-s tiol d _IGe
xd J aun." eol Lee at a tnm.a It the tate P R Oba
Tte Afte*inn Sejo, depa.tmes tokly tt there wa oee n ePI R
ase Au. dedesith ft buonic age at w aa
B-u-el,. AuC. 2L--Kng Leopad saturday.
A.('ed the delegates to he cores- s
: d at ernooM. He conversed with Two 0SAO s atlonu wol
-arh of the Amertcan members, ex- Ma il Ag2.-4e cholera itu-
Wtenausg admiration fo- the United atloa real inchmgod. nTwo
a*'et. deaths among the atintes, vrle re-
A: the afternoon session the con- ported today.
V o' further discussed American It sau
Ppositlons for a model arbitration U& 'WM N IW
t* rndc de a prmanent ongres of DcLK ait e U It .0llmbs c
('cnressman Banholdt. on behalf f COA STRIKE I- I
ts Americas group, presented the A e e
foitxriLg resolution: --
The Aierican Raoehdt. Vae o
Whereas the President of the Unit- sse aot dw
d States. in response to the treauet Niw or thekrt, Aeg tib lle AaW hs c d 3
C'aPe a sBecond serene of ntion 5 t &tuiu' a ri to te 2lht o woun
Ic mee; at the Hague and sl. ea dwet ngct as*tis In thetroo
nW'ereas. These reaolutias of sai at*^^te rs~sm a-rede rmd Ji
nr upon which such action was "uww!he aot^ ^ ( iSS J eu2u he i
Sc-red cite 5 otfe qkU5 teuchwith evinte -W AL es, ^


alyTO- to the discusison of In erma.the ? tern smSt Bmsu d S
.-. IThe eas he-e r wci .^'s aBft. Duilea thi
(continued on Page FIte.) Ulint do their pat teafgit a stits. *hnf true his


By Fall From a

Every Bone

By Associated Pres.
ti. dols. Aug. 2-Rieadbg his
rsp oR a trapeze attached to a para
C! as be latter opened to the wind
f-eet above the ground, Jobt
amns. 38 years old. has beea dah-
e. his death at Red House Perk,
a- Cahokia Ill. Every bone la his
"' wa& b hroken as Williams struck
t around with fearful force
Thhel tragedy is said to ha been
the rusu]t of the vicUm's de:-JIa-
on mainke a balloon aacentzi. A
as mVut fpared to aaij


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a., AV. -.-The
Or Ifooao., James,
the bottom at one
lag o Amelia Island.
lnaeteen of the crew
of the crew came
boat and were pck-
beach. ft Is reported
left PhiladelpIa on
oi for New Orleans,
avy storm last night


rican Steame


the coal shifted anWdthe vessel toon-
derelP.
Th -two "M ors wo- were vTed,I
were oa ftovelgme"-oaf e a tUaUal
and the other a SpOtlMrdv' 6an -
ble to speak bagHle, gave, through-
Interpreters, a graphb account of the
founacring of the vessel
They Msid at midnight Sunday the
master, fearing he was too near the
coast, ordered them to put out to sea.
In turning, the ship was struck In a
heavy sea, the cargo shifted and a
huge wave swept over her, sitnkln


YOUNG BASEBALL
YOUNG ,,


ES OF


MINDS


"i Last TOm"



negro who has been
his time in the po-
tartoos etenses,
shortly before mid-
received late last
n, when he andO a
INorest. alias Candy
a Ight n-the saloon
*raer oat arragossa
deaitetly kowa, it
the two megroes be-
a qaarrel over a
Mto ramaia In the
e ht Nabrmt drew
pokt and tabbe4


S ,Tenag mbath tbe beast landioag 6

~aJdue.. te It abelevedd tbat i #Woo
saloo *nl few~a. .
TeWlag wet to the baae Of bb a-
in B B roken 5**'- IW Ltt*theh m5Of
B dth bot a block disntr. an sa i "
so"to be atIng 6 doeia -wi iy wel
might wen, hd was rimdy
esioma, WAMassrl is hawe t l, sa" .b mp ti
reed Baort- et t tr ade a e he sear s m -at tAe t'
bar. calMg t tois Us~mLo b p 4 ou r~ .t'
As he elm gs Owr, the lMe "ss have bet a on the IMoat ar hi Cr i
late spe art g ew i lS b aessmet i s weal days. .'
ard WalWms AUs tO wate cow mSable 2 as am at
memel to S31 l Rthe h the lOl"ap g m hag th aatatat* t#0t0 ofaq4 '
id decent St lf IOuimd us he Is b emato al t whim the
ly checked, Ws 1 ,8E.Ih asmees ft is pamemde that iaqak
was Akwa e be hl
the barr amd 10 a* Mbvwwawr4. be -Ums p--ie le them"seos 8s
allte CCr ~IYIDCrP rrt IY~alr;
-u cbr& I~Ir Zr L~r8 k.


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SB Associated Prss.
Southern League.
New, Orleans 2, Montgomery 0.
Memphis 5, Atlanta 0.
ttle Rock 2, Birmingham 8, (at
Chattanooga.)
Nashville 2, Shreveport 6.
American Leag.
Chicago 1. Washington L
Detroit 4, Philadelphia 5.
Cleveland 5, New York 4.
National League.
SPhiladelphia 2, Pittsburg 4.
Brooklyn 16, Cincinnati 6.
New TYrk 8, St. Louis 1.
Boston 2, Chicago 4.
South Atlantic Lague.
Augusts 11, Jacksonville 0, (rst.
gme.)
Augusta 2, Jacksonville 1, (second
game.)
4Chrlestn 0, Columbia 3.
8Savannah-Macon, postponed, as-
cout 5faa.

SPENT $200,000

ON HORSE RACES

*-f Ass-cted Proms
Cloago, Au. 22.-Wllunam Dy,
held by the polled for the Ja L oa
r tar hl p has. asua.der-
i( w 'h1 yth ree ears, o
Uagto tthe t coa gls hbe *adem
tit to INspctr *lhippy. This
iCay, he "K iwas leMt him at the
id* of h Is er .
4q.10t of at fortme went 1 0betiIsC
Aa araee s ,e i my aid. Ea f
-i Uhat b sabelle aLe os 1Malt
pl.iit -he haL been Isreel to
:..%^Bao ',. -u .e man.
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FOR WORK





M eCauu oHas een Pwowd
Il Shapea Will Have Trial
or tisl r.


peculaiUon As to Reuit.
IPortmoath, N. ., Aug. 28.-' he
Aeociated Press hra definite knew.
edge that several days ago the presi-
dent wis authorized on behalf of J.-
SjL o -wiLve all claim for indemnity
or reimbursement for the cost of the
war and to ceft back to brsala the
north half of IBkhaln island, leaving
the "redemption" price of the same
to the arbitration of a mixed Oommla
sloa. This statement was transmit
te4 to the Rmtssan emperor through
the American ambassador at St. PS
tersburg. An Associated Press teol
gram announced that the czar's rep
was "partially responsive." There Is
reason to 'believe that this proposi-
tiop on behalf of Japan was nt
clearly understood at Peterbo, but
was supposed to be a revival of the
effort of Japan to secure an lodemal-


thaIst In a rse .w rasfNw

Hutonw A- jw
timed against Memghis7Wf




No*. Orbtmsw Y,,w2
ins is the ideW premlor
New cme@,, $I, tow am o*esDs
1.74S; Ga@60m today, 15; kw
to doa^e 26ew took 12;U"
'date, 4; 2oase dr r
TheN~hweek at
MeUlower 1 to'. r.. __


The big dredge Caucus, which ar ty under the guise of purchase money --t oa -- M "
rved here a few days since from New for the traction of Sakhaltn.'-
York, and her been lying Bfromlen It is believed the conference whit withf reae for sp. atm-*
York, and been lying at Bayen was held last evening between Mear.
street whaea r the- past few days, tte and Tklhlr ws fr thae pP el ases uner treb
. ...... e .andTa.. .. ta... ..was.. te p -5 .. ..o ..b
Cmaed late yesterday afternoon to te pose of clearing up the situation, ad
complete Uttlw tIrt hre the com~' it is not-now improbable that follow- t~btyS Ind t'L
complete attl r the comg Ing the precedent of its ally, Great G m" 023 in the''
menoemat t dredgingBrItain. Japan will agr ee to settle the h On e Wr
The bi section pipes, which draw whole question o f a there w o three -



-.ere was was also some other 'for its t recovery, It is m.Lt es sad te -e
toh to bs'"donc mdbomt the d o b-that Mr Witteaa e e tbTOLf in t
aneedad the c-ofS akr al plInrinclse athe de ed iP' .' mtee oestia ht


pf the oacms Ba baen .ery th -.---att RuMsa aiould 3-'- ih5 UlmS S ohmM1.
to the hae been artta .tok~awe is t is e abeeed that rthe he S S- .m M
TAFT h Aeere TTAW here on dD Tnd eonsl, which ts In sbeoai il



ACCORD. TO NIV CUTOM t m 1 coast g this phas ....... M
o'f cours -,bs-, es sto ..t.da to U- t Jap- ne y s l,- + ed O t a this .



Man la, A g. 2s.-e pretary o Taft, i '- -r *
Mim Alice aeX iad Miss Mabelme t
eardae was as a of othe r dayjai (J sntf M It Is s Kwk6 a '

II ns -thent t i- .' -
tw-it tii!" m. t..1. bed that t.he atif +' t -a.e
TAFT, 610M a Tae ar esy Asd aets eT o AM
Kim Mw&W' md Mbr NAb





Seaand stellers b the"


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to y, Wameea; uwm* deo
me warn;r ; 1t to bkft-a
to outhbes aw WmiI


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--- 7H b. U" dteas 1 Moft IS
l^ S ig I* Misistml a--
0014 QUAliMNTI We Aw
O ^wf* Merrac A* MOOD AmO;Y }
tn ws tENnAon ATcm41

TOKIO BY TO04OW, AW OIRU.
MEANT MAY BE TAKEICN TO WED
NE&DAY OR EVEN THURSDAY.

By A ated P~e~~ o Noles
SPortsmoth, N. H., Aug. .-the y ello evere pto L

the predtent There n o aetal Deaths 6; total M
evidence that the premfdent hass ade Ne foWold s; tow 4
St new appeal to Toklho, but It I be met a to. '
day or eved that such may he. b Iol ie


m done. There I nothing to-lht,
Jp ndanee Con fe ome oat Toklhe. eo 90a. co|*||la---,"
'ene to-morrow bet ese the eaoy s, .. + -
thor whether that will be lartmeetingof Aftog New Oras eaaa t a 9 -
HW hei j the oommmlwion. Ueass word s re Perlod W
Sceld frea Tok0o, It Is Wro-Wve atI "NOW fTl r swienflcdo, tb',





Il l an ml oarMt t 1Japanel bse taoke to Waie Pllan tIMf
li 10 WM nay o ea ..rea .ha .. si,+' S-- 7% *.a -o r
\apanese Conftrrene at Tokte f1.





woul (onlner betatementadj edto Japan t loik 5
eR teernt tn Aes t e aftertsoon A th e atin tees w ayeho-as ar elac at









Thee heo Me baded mart elous es: c lrc thi ak Japan e se 51eeks59 t@' ith STA
pproceede to a place e ohef th es- h









the fats reported by them. trteeand, Pre sident Romevelt, ad i




poot tn 1881. She was 270 feet long. president is striving Indirectly to en- S aSMo ^ra.> Aug. as,
34 feet beam, 12 feet deep. D. H. E. act the consent of Rtussla. After long Health Oc S3ade a**anns .
tones, of New Yeork, Is the. present and frutless negotiation it would


owner. seem that we are on the eve of what agglM Natehem oil aecog
Bussia has loSg desired-a great bat- y eer there.
S* tIe 'between OGeneral Unevitch and 8_
witi r RD Y Marhl Oyama.*"- --ea% Atal ns
- "gas to U.


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COE SALE


14.*.-


Shoes, Clothing, Mn's and Boys' Underear, ats, Caps,
c 1- y 'at


Half Hose nd Neckwe ar
S-. ;


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S * ,


Will begin Sept. 1t at there ig Stores,
thei -


118 to 124 8. Palafox St.,. Pensacola, Fla


This will be the greatest opportunity ever offered to the people of West Florida to buy

good clean seasonable merchandise at prices that are less than actual factory cost.


You need mods we ned


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money the exhea n
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issues' and Children's

Slippers and Oxfords.


75 PAIR OFP EAY SLIPPERS,
SIZES 11 To ., WORTH 754, Wea sd
$1A, PER PAIR THIS SALE 41o.
ONE LOT BAREFOOT SANDALS
SIZE 11 TO 2, WORTH 1.25 TO $1.~
AT O0S PER PAIR.
ONE LOT BAREFOOT SANDALS,
SIZE 6 TO 10, WORTH $1S PER PR.
NOW b5c.
100 PAIR CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS,
SIZES 6 TO 11, REGULAR $1.0 PER
PAIR; THIS SALE o.
175 PAIR CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS
SIZES S TO 2, MANY STYLES TO
SELECT FROM, WORTH 1.0 PER
PAIR, THIS SALE M.
OUR ENTIRE LINE MISSES AND
CHILDREPNS $1.75 AND $20 SLIP-
PE S AND OXFORDS, THIS SALE

. PAIR MISSES AND CHIL-
DREN'S WHITE CANVAS OXFORDS
ANDSL PPERS MERRIAMS' MAKE,
WORTH $1.50 TO *R.o SIZES TO
THIS SALE ALL ONE PRICE, M.
50 PAIR OF CHILDREN'S WHITE
CANVAS SLIPPERS, THIS SALE Mo
PER PAIR.
100 PAIR BABY SOFT SOLE
SHOES SIZE 0 TO S, ALL LEATHER
Me QUALITY THIS SALE 3Wa
ALL OUR MISSWU AND CHIL-
DREN*S OXFORDS AND STRAP
SLIPPERS, US QUALITY, THIS
SALE $.I.


Ladies' Oxfords and


Strp Slippers.


* PAIR LADIES GENUINE DON.
QOLA OXFORDS, SIZES 3 TO 8, PAT.
TIP; SOLD EVERYWHERE FOR
$125; THIS SALE I6c.
ONE LOT LADIES' COMMON
SENSE HOUSE SLIPPERS WITH
SINGLE STRAP, SIZES 3 TO 7; THE
1.00 QUALITY, THIS SALE 79.
800 PAIR LADIES' FINE OXFORDS
SIZE 2/a TO 8, WORTH REGULAR
$1.60 TO $2.0 MANY STYLES TO
SELECT PROM; THIS SALE UNLY
$1.00 PER PAIR.
75 PAIR LADIES' ELEGANT
DRESS SLIPPERS IN STRAPS AND
RIBBON TIES, SIZfES l TO S IN
PATENT KID, PATENT COLT AND
PLAIN KID, 250 AND POM VALUES
THIS SALE S1.I0.
ALL OF OUR LADIES' $1.50 S1.
AND 2.00 STRAP SLIPPERS; THIS
SALE $1.0.
THE FOLLOWING REDUCTIONS
ON ALL CELEBRATED DUTOHESS
OXFORDS:
ALL TAN COLORS AT HALF
PRICE.


ALL OUR .50
AT $1.M
ALL OUR O.00
AT SL.19.
ALL OUR $tO 0
AT R.AL


BLACK OX~ORDS

LACK OXPORDS

BLACK OX0OnC


MER'S AND 6
OXFORDS
And Outing Shoe.
*. *.1 .

76 PAIR WHITE AND GREY CAN-
VAS OXFORDS BOTH MEN'S AND
BOYS, 1.J0 QUALITY; THIS SALE
BB&


20 PAIR MEN'S
CANVAS OXFORDS
THIS SALE SUM.


FINE WAITE
s2.0 VALUE;
r


ONE LOT MEN'S FINE CANVAS-
OUTING SHOES, *0 AND $.00
VALUES, THIS SALE $1A5.
ONE LOT MEN'S FINE BLACK
AND TAN IMPORTED RUSS1A
LEATHER GOLFING SHOES $50
VALUE THIS. SALE 2.19.
OUR ENTIRE LINE BOYS' AND
YOUTHS LOW SHOES; BURLEYA
STEVENS MAKE AT 20 PER OENT.
DISCOUNT DURING THIS SALE.
ONE LOT OF BOYF BLACK AND
TAN; O)XORDS, $1.50 QUALITY
THIS SALE *S
ALL OF OUR MEN'S $1.0 QXX
MORIS AT $1.19.


ALL OF OUR MEN'S
FORDS AT 1.50.


ALL
FORDS
*


OF OUR
AT $1.s


$20 OX.


MEN'8 .50 OX-


AM OF OUR MEN'S .00 OX.
FOR AT *3.5


ALL


ONE LOT QUEEN QUALITY OX-
FORDS, WORTH .eA AND .00;
THIS SALE $1.46
LADIES' WHITE CANVASS OX-
FORDS WORTH $1.5 TO UM. THIS
SALE $1..


OF OUR MEN'S P30 OX-
AT P25.


AL. OF OUR MEN'S CELEBRATE.
O DNLrtAP OXFORDO IN SHINY
AND DULL LEATHER, BOTH LK
AND TAN P.00 SLLERS THIS
.SALE OMS.


MEN'S AND BOYS'


CLOTHING.


*'!


ONE LOT MEN'S WASH SUITS,
.2.50 VALUE; THIS SALE $185
ALL OF OUR PURE LINEN SUITS
$*.00 AND $6.00 QUALITIES; THIS
SALE $3.95.
ONE LOT MEN'S WASH PANTS,
$1.25 VALUE; THIS SALE 900 PER
PAIR.
ANY $1000 SUIT IN OUR IM.
MENSE LINE; THIS SALE $7.75.
ALL $12.5 SUITS THIS SALE $9.00
YOUR CHOICE OF OUR ELEGANT
LINE OF $1500 SUITS DURING
THIS SALE POR 11.50.
$12.75 WILL BUY ANY OF OUR
ELEGANT IMPORTED WORSTED
OR CRASH SUITS, WORTH $16.50to
20.00, DURING THIS SALE.
ONE LOT OF BOYS' WASH SUITS
WORTH $125 TO $2.00 THIS SALE
75o PER PAIR.


A SWEEPING REDUCTION
PER CENT ON ALL OUR
LIGHT-WEIgHT WORSTED
CASHMERE SUITS DURING
SALL


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200 PAIR BOYS' WASH PANTS.
25c QUALITY; THIS SALE 18e, SIZE
5 TO 15.
25 PAIR BOYS' FINE CORDED
PIQUE AND LINEN CRASH BLOUSE
PANTS, SIZE 5 TO 10, 7M QUALITY
THIS SALE 5e0 PER PAIR.
200 PAIR MEN'S CELEBRATED
DUTCHESS COTT6NADE PANTS;
$1.25 QUALITY; THIS SALE 1"~0 .
20 PER CENT OFF DURING THIS
SALE ON ALL OUR PINE WORST-
ED TROUSERS RANGING I PRICE
FROM *.5 TO *.00 PER PAIR.


Men's and Boys' Sraw

and Panaua Hats.
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ONE LOT OF MEWS EXTRA PINE
MILANO, MACKINAW, AND SPLITr
STRAW HATS WORTH REGULAR
FROM $1.50 TO 3.00; THIS *AL,
50c.
ONE LOT OF BOYS' AND CHIL.
DREN'S HATS, 25c VALUES; THIS
SALE 10.
YOUR CHOICE OF 'ANY B0
STRAW HAT IN OUR ENTIRE


LINE;
ALL
45c.


MEANS OR BOY' FOR 365.
OF OUR 75. STRAWS FOR


ALL OF OUR $1.00 STRAWS FOR


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ALL
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ALL
$1.25.
ALL
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OF OUR $1.50 STRAWS FOR
OF OUR 2.00 STRAWS FOR
OF OUR .0 STRAWS FOR
o OUR .STRAWS. It
OF OUR $5.00 STRAWS FOR


Mo0 PANAMAS FOR $47Si
$10.00 PANAMA* FOaI .-.5
$1200 PANAMAS FOR #!-.
$000 PANAMAS POR 1SWI


Boys' & Childr' C s.
WE CARRY THE.LAR. QT R
BEST SELECTED LIE 'O TIMl
STYLE OF H EA EA BE.
FOUND IN THIS OWVrv O(rsi
CHOICE AT TMt F*OLLOWI -tk
CEE.IqLY i LOW POiWI 1
CAPS FOR 1*t; "S. SAP F0
7o CAPS In 40..;- QA U. .
CAPS POOR 1.10; Ut CAPS pog


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THE MOT WniOMLETWE &E 'IO
BE FOUND IN THE" CrTY.
YOUR CHOICE O OUR n i
go VALUES AT sr:P=R .
2B PER CENT RDUTOr Ow
ALL UNDERWEAR FROM OIE 00L
LAR PER SUIT UP.

loswiery M Ncckwar
150 DOZEN MEUS HALF HOS,
10 VALUES; TI S SALE AT7c PER
PAIR.
100 DOZEN MEANS HALF 1HOE
IN BOTH FANCY AND PLAIN, 156
VALUES THIS SALE 11e PER PAIR
M0 DOZEN MEWr FINE HALF
HOSE; MANY STYLES TO SELECT
FROM; Us VALUES; THIS SALE
ic. '
YOUR CHOICE OF OUR ELEGANT
LINE OF 0e HALF HOSE FOR 393
DURING THIS SALE.
, .002E FINE MAORA- AND
SLK SHIELD IOW .Tgs WORTH
FROM 10 TO Se EACHN ." M SALE
ISo IAC
ONE LOT OF FINE STRIWE TIES
25e QUALITY; THIS SALE Ib EACH
YOUR CHOICE OP OUR SWELL
LINE OF 25 POUR.NN44ANt WIND
*OR AND CLUB TIES AT 10.
YOUR CHOICE OF OUR IMMENS
LINE OF 90. W1INDOR CLUBS AND
FOUR-IN-HANDS DURING THIS
SALE FOR 40s.



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OYOS 15 Uis*POER PO .
0OY'r 20p umPUdIR- FOR 1n.I
BOYS 20 SUSPENDURS' FOR 20L
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la, of a iiy lnd sle Te1a iaE tea t.la a cae. o 4 Mood A t IL .f " .
htou willo hrs. n a othre quioath Oa"mker o 0ists, ofBot MaS takez g i At oflless
to wr summer 1p 1 *i = -Ib t ?feap ragd o 21 prd to 3 yad 1 1 e to g


whioe ohr~ oI.in admorement* Hortf l a f > P -- -* ,. r^ = .
ade no exaggeratio ns. t el the harbor -e det a round hfa sa mta "wto beaith, aedy 5 mosWs t et Cloeae, Draw e
he e. .. t .. ys a m ta Gene Ray aL atts Up anRd it oD and SM0Ats. Seeo W
T[Se J of I***. I. .-.. -...A_..CO.NT EiR...J.flli.li .

,ae 96t w -th is-hre y the m -.
Some th*ee *tI *-r *men m ake. a ge of w Pl I'te Te e dcniU p et /, m
C e. ** O sn oAr p.h bust L .... Is lo. w o pofo. 7 i sm .. 0 a l Pe9 O ol T* *

Ga. ..- WH IT, te. n w (gsn O) 0n Te yNa. ,t S. I eeIin e e I lns, renm l9e t. rl.e kw ne .
Sd renirse. h that the Twbe abe ati SWFT PECIFi AtU ta, P
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f REE-TS El Y." LANA NON & CO .
find j u !i owu _hot t, ..,,d, the 16 aha&? ther eniyi Saidd IZeI**,

i O there althe t no T e g ery t fmr afd Se ne s t I the ., to w f w ar c is 1 ten liaeli oo VBy G to them
r plaMnnt two week. acto. AN ORSuNANCc e p.!^ 4h beto erch cur hll Mave been acquired by the *aid uo ttw RaA"le M6Uaw
J. R Mc.ae. a prom.ine. b.eee nll I | e to te a t. be c..tructed, map- or plat, grantee, its ucceaoroa or& ans, by to make deed M tt, an oa
mB Gv Al. w co the cit h We PATI. y u n mait e.w ue sha be submed to PArae otherwise and in, of the aty




eserdmy iB Imaeon band st e PICstty Cooat, dnd approved by It Secton 6. Tht t.e Cty Pe- before deier lbed o' Sprtte
G Wq. MWhl.Vte. of Marit, wtho ed Ol bin Tt there to n the rir t T.Pri.leg bee as aden Id at C.ma
meet- Beach, when he hae m tao t u it was I- P tL that w t.dn-et





te wte kowMn in t whs cityh was here "r ig._'o ts -aecouhy ed daW. aan espbroho ou wo ans, *on and c e(as t he d cnte ts u nd ranche. herern me thoped s.all The -I1d ded a i. h su
yeMery on e short btiheess visit. Certale sttd toP agYgers saeteia, H dae alglht, trle bet held only to rrat aeh It ni tht dte tdtlea (8M. Property

st a oue hn ae ut ared h vem eu h terhry hsal e Mal e o naa ed byv the ao r and ..a.d b.....o the e fra ed teenti the me p oe r tr i t he pa.. b.itto to.
,areW ary anter whner hea meo"l h NAOiIAC. -te arestoator rea1twooksuchleasoer ftem pitt or ae orthAlasa be w ee o- t t, e sa med b eCity on or l Ciort ofe L



. ,, .ine..r a roine_ t bothIt sIs anohad hat te ame bo tPI. he"hol ette i of mtay taxm& or th o a, t-aI? UmeuMess otere on *tet ite and sua#eigns oif or I eaa oenttae toI a MO
SAn. of MemphI apeetor a t the s Ae Alewed M marked Rlia e dbe ad la or the purpose of te nrae the trane rnt by la ordi pesi o oorfotho y
o:te rk which bus jsst isit,.o -oh, rn r2... ta e_. t.N Ry ove whNt It ws ye to W 2 t of per- and p rhou.e, abd the nnce, all thereby bd them.lve. forea. riht, prie-a,
eted the government b h h ldot t h latd f ll s orod a spoit onaa on tr2cTa thereon, is o to h r e the City ore P.ebilse ym rngr ysopdrwyr abae
ast o tw e city ray to haapeet .com n- with tergest m utat he wcuete er o the9 taeo aoida r h to b wrvs o. n fanlhis t for e dams o them sa dee Srby ana
_etreT the a hoe. bTspea. ihee sso Is iS th ara e we cl- ,orupiaoe oa e tae ot at reet a~d lay tckd thereon, ae whatever occasioned or esiatsa by ,Bte et 1 Tho mpratye
the depahmeet of copatee aned la t Ibrta t 8eiie r mtt ai early WoI o l conotr get, alt.nm g operate |to ad Iteresrt hof tme tI ian and to he hp oer t g t, dasi tw.rty s) At^ the Cit P,
or tIf Washington,. m n thoe city nation of it w4efl a ketd. Satredte naot when the book'es rbe w d by rteamor .te enorhtt Bkhs a conbtessared, are a ftbI, oth. sany pisr sbmtlen ie wiethed seldApth i
s therine g inform, and teelAtire For side A A t m. .he r h- and the Ilt of thoe> de n-e, w JmtgIp&t riey, ain bde wetn.r pleas i On e Act oif ag heeby r lad, it titer wb aeb Ie te
r .t beach te eoen adorable ation O the taIneae tne over to the printer, ltm e.e S ea and oy gh the the Legtre ra s ad space to hal th.rbybi d s lvee toaI .et ofn .e r
heried Capt. Tackers bomne is at peotition being repaved. her to ha.ve d.o.od that the o edectbonM tar the rodbyg theeSatres, towit: the Omy of Penmatola. demniay the Crby of P ontaoost aefat re Se p temb r 1- 0.
t:so Pnsacol where hea ghas many last three a at t h thi, m.oth wa, the la.t l le of OMr ac t wrwoald o.d t itt I suecessors and a0- be b.ect thereby. tn the
friends He will be here for sev er ed improbable. Maa Pak has which taxes could be paid besre bea e northern boundary the et, ftor depot ad terminal purpo section 7. The tck of the Mid ee granted by
iete written that whie the o hi advertledand of coure mot o thence oWthwar tLM PaMeaon o spend owned by tae City Railroad nt all the strebb above mel- tes netstp 1aa the ad rv
Robert E. Willia who has been tam re i to bre inary th had been paid. t year at ha tree on the east wet of and bordering on Sprin toned hall be laid and .maat seoaor ad ah
o eM of the traveling representative of nes here. he der t apa- the ae time the wbook showed that r toM Stroet; ao, fro Street, ad lyif between Garden and apon the grade desigaoed therefore by ae any fther tret o
st Pate.oa omnent ble to secure the cocsrent of Hrin. 1l had been prrth into the tax co!.teeon othee StrSe of i. tohe Streeto bind the sid lrntee, the City automeagecept thtwhew tsaraee




t connection with the paper to ac- ham toe come., tt lector' ofIce. I t ret ac og CMipley Street and its toftSt eaet and l ayagne, shall haee noo asde therrforasall av or being by Section 1. Nothing herein
t b a position with the tVher Real Dr. Juan Gteas woltlalhis a The amonnt collected this year has Htnnah's t Aey, eastward to Sprng the might to consaer to the Penadscola, tabshed byeOty soritieS prio contred a the assertion, o
Sst1 Aoency ashotusne" has made s is of lectures here, kta l kept the tax colector hard at work n aeo orn a point on the trackI AlabaPa and Weytern Raroad Coma. to re contrcton of ed roadj by the City of PenCcoln of
Ga. friends for hmelf arTurtoi.ian The i y alt He i ewOtle te as d.t d efort to whcommodate thoe who wr Orau, byeet, at or abot Gregory p ty, a hrperaton o Florida, ite sue. bd, said granted Its oceao aa claim, to a part of the prpe
utah during the time he has been h" tor te sty et ter condl- oe lte ma their pfmenths. Street to aoeit on the Jck l on ce otend aaain, S one-hal AteT aofw c hall have the aadht to aon- taonea and described or ref
h th paper During the ttitme he aonbe. It h o bote med here Cstetat or about D etre; et the land gate by th Se on ys tl to the te decree of the Cirt
est Or :h. rad he "brought in" both the at lsnce hmsrria eow Orles andthev aponton Chipoy Street, at tion, ugd in g ke ere thereogt or suah patoet grade of be landb te t In alv t ieambia County, Florida a Sigt e to oly t




nd Fuascript.ons and moaey and his Dr. Gylter ss han teaa mage dgee f NEORO0 sWNnD rabooi D street, to a point on the depot and ttwy inl purposes or to ap. casei the'raelroad bed acd track hall Hon. Prancel U. Carter, adge
't. r ::; be hard to will as acceptably the Univrsity of invaaa. et hh i SonOlive street, at w about Gov- range wTih the Peasaeoola, Ahabama y t o m* l ao confora to the grade from tsyt day of July, 19y6. In th
--e HwilbhefoPredidemt Koake of the ty hoard whhaeoldh bteakdon Obr Street, a or near cteiom or aeogn, for the jolnt use therefore by tsIeuCaty antdoritaes, and McCalbough, J. J. 8tullivan at
ase of their prity, of health to-day crcted the taite taetteriton on O aam street to oa sgy depot and terminal facilltes pton the teet heretofore me Qain are complainants andn
Wbert ar delicious natural rait b en t attributed I to hia m t the prea I" aiat and eesaroan other inter erected, theaon y t ite Cad tein a te h ad of Penola is defe dant
eipvor the Btue Ribbon hemon and that there waea. hope to cr.ah out $Wil WIlliams, a colored man e a andn streets, to a pott on Hannahse succetorh or aealguao upon teSrn to maiotaded so as to aidmt of the faed Passed August 7tb, 1905.
aCnila Eira's have become so the eer bere ft. r. Kohke the eploy of the Louie and Alley Blo fty-Seven or Block be greed upon by the said grantees, Md easy passage of vehle along Approved August 10th, 1905.
wideDy popular Ak yor grocer for said what e a i hwai that thT lact NashVille on the bridge or asecton Pitty-iaog connecting wiSt the track its encceseor anr assigns and gradd thacror nl on every part of said 12CHA8. H. BSm
l ae Ritbion lemon and Vanil. cHe gt at ee rched befoe tn, wa drowned' near BlMar Springs ittaoitAtey and eron ee treak on Penaboba, AlabaCa & Western Rail. streets. Attest: Mayor of Pc
-Takes IS! navore perfectly" fhaosta becaf e of ltnrhcealre, t se r Okthi ey ke tterOTa while he, with Hawath's Alley, at a potato tretwe rAad ompady, itestn aiceTsors or aa t Section 8. That the said gr a tee Its B. S. B PeNAsD, Clera
oer similar retn wr thc the fever oth ers, was in swimr g. DeV s street and Coyn e Street, co signs. s ucce- sou s and hassgns, shall keep ad t
.pea ding the Wihe Sprins thi portane a the wng of the a ght Sunday afternoon about 4 o'clock all h down Res reet to the rat roads to crose any track ladd on side thereof, in the same condition o Ala Wsta
r reat hed rit yewerdayte Ime ftor coant l. Dr. hake sa l i that decided to take a swim. There were ne establahed'by the Un- the treet hereby granted and to pass as ty shall kep rere to be y aer
pend sral days here in thhe great damage o e er to a mber of neres the rowd sdas Government; ao frm the and enforce auh reasonable regula- kept the me ee adjacent to the Way
anisd of his jrm New hikr.eoas has b o mae dit an it NE r DOhe WNate any t pr nbt do r of the City where C. tion, and requirements hr to the man. Parts occupied by and, tracks, ani all Alngty, lia .s
death rate, for iart ha to own Is is had gone t the water before It att tonhes tw e notdhen border, ne- of operating tphe railroad upon any shall construct and aaCtar all necef n ** p
year that it was ot the deadly di at e oticed that Wame was ds t reet to t ao inteectron g the treeoratoarve andb the lo. me toteraection rtoet cgradoge oer Cdta ofJhl in a6nd to





UNW APaWESS DISPELLEP. esie o K oake o t hme bord Several of the men attempted mait
FwnlCaV t- Tuker'ibbomis and o IteacklOU bo be constretd to of aave- depiot sad thatterminal ais uponin all the otroer' hee tSfore"' mn Quty ar complainan ts and








UW9IP9PESSDISELLD, aseof aciet tess trss.Sevral f te mn atem-- ~ o becontrunedbe-caton nd nmbe (ecep asberi~mtbirsai rodbe an trck. and!~O~tXl* 51 127Smi


Me W t ki teen t junction of Gregory and otherwte provided) of tracks therein whever the city r abattng property ...
Mnand wo uneimouse Abe it. aANd Y CH W A~ a' cmhe bt wmethout BStreet and. the Junction of D aa it may deem necessary and proper. owse on aoy of the sald atrets ll a t ny ba t
Many women weep and wall and theBW ag- wefLEp. *a The body he wad drowned. ov d Chip r- Strests, under authority 4. Work on t main line improve, grade or pave ay street or Co the
','m .t~o be .. ... a-.. ..p to atate y yester ater. given in this Section; Also the right of seld railrob between Pengca pat of as.- T t ttreetuene
m:-ad110ent tresses h ase become the ity. smit to 3mag &M re- up to a Us bow -to, x es wcel
,and faded. Many men incline to t t a wi ice noe, although hVerY Md bee nm a eL ne me y connections be nd Amindalulads Ul be commenced b e- t al er Tatth



'"?O beftuse a e w fRies bite thi owter isI i t emade to Sud itht toIe ene the sad t racks upon the st aset s fore Ma r l o, etlebr tocopl t t t sadorac? oed thPhee s s
_ Ate_ oei rnins t matte O 4t o The right of way bere rAed for shall operate as forfeiture of all s meaai te same an '
a be goo news to the miserable El wt uiu r- sdirtL 41048 11 a inetmae ine to permit double the gara.. fgates mai pe tis % Or up
, Pe.F to lparn that NewbS a 4 a ckly ni r. t h 5- i0 VIN wa oan an streets except an y, g ac- a t or he on Spring the Pn b
StrPItid hen ample to th ert op m Va. S a I w oi and o Cipley Streets, and to. c5Tbrce spur tiraka iand Iot warf ticks sall it at a aM.
to Thi o i the new smc l g aei -. .fo.. .l. . 05. l tk uesd ne *toe to the west of pmpoes ae oCupned nor the eotSs br rth a anae tt a1nn
t .e .rm or microbe that be e Ot -at, reacn from tOhra pbrpoae beh* oms to e equ on herettehr aide tohe f buePae mtes, rerie mad naid



------ of-~ as.. to Chtpley street, and the 1Tarve gmreen, e s o 1 t o itinre ad hall be completed a m aNd wthehdr tIO msiai ''A 505 53thu
fr loPrplcr de is a new repa until the fo sW, Ih on ,
ade afte. a "ew formu. an oa went _R 1 e90 .00 l mt m ub a tho City Cul de ba, or September ,A .-, _padcntg tCheremn m ge e o .ta
,".. w ha' wit tHoprthe its


M T! | a ta the oudr Ue ii wi aal. bel.. the hato *t Septemr, c.s.. ._ heu the- t oa Streeto t*oi
L rh. T ii ourself and be co Try The Aside of Oliva Street, s toa be 1fifitpre at ale t rain s eate Avr dt.iynratt ihtriit c
old b W. A k heada e for a gat made conureoy and -r i re street or e poreC aaa or sepry ualid e the o prs



*** SAY, J, tiaa an saad taee an the meeaense pe with eterms or the pahm- 19 in thae waeter farontr m
r'r"W3 and a*Tweca. 121L g. pkr eeed roaididoB adm to m iryaeaty to the Peamace ao ,obt fao aahse. any otst not now cbs Undaited we it
ti -.-- p nSaC owla. .T ac WWestern to, a adCompanyve. its sa-er Uat ar the and on Spring tr r aor ordtnan. te a N ai atth O boi
M nplpe to Th Her.i&c ih Uverp I.IrU 1s b o o eo e gram" a depo am e d t teetess tte._ if.a ao...lw. .e




CC i . 0 t ... Sa i the O f r bete t pledS for the, Se, s 9.al saa isw t AaM a' a
S t a 5 ...... .... d hre achint from Ori apur b bWn b, the obereaft made n to th. eMto t~t o
Aw S 2S B high e a! *w malamit s tdea a wk I ^ sta~eeti teeM to beavey tte OaUT tOR aa&6 a0440
SIhipley Stre and cu came ,r Weithl& man or *easi =4 X04




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WHERE IT IS TO BE POUND.


The Pensaeola Journal Is on
sale at the following places la
the city:
Bay HoteL
Coe's Book Store.
Depot News Stand.
Gem Book Store.
Lewis Houe.
Me chants Hotel
Southern HotI.
Thompeen's Book tore.
Wapand Ice Crem Parlor.
Wagenheim's New stand.
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GOING AWAY?
When you mew the city tee yr
ummer vacation have The Pemeoola
j e .fellow yes. Notify circula

Wail Street .Opi;tic
o P e Peace Poject
Whatever the world at large may
think of the prospects for peace as a
result of the neattlatioms now going
on at Portsmouth, there Is, we be-
Ieve, one institution whose opinion
of the outcome is worth more than alt
others combined-that is Wall street's.
Wall street is not swayed by seoti-
ment, good will, or even desire. It
measures conditions and prospects by
the cold yard stick of business inter
est-and business interest is the
truest measure which has eer been


Sand you woe't be "round these dig-
Sgins" then.-SantorC Chronicle.
If the Chronicle's readers do not get
up to look for the eclipse before
9 Thursday morning they certainly will
Sbe a long time In seeig t. The
eclipse occurs Wednesday morning.
People t hspart of the world
* have had to sleep under blankets tot
9 two nights. Florida summers are not
so warm asa those who have not ex-
Sperieaeed them might be inclined to
* believe.
Mayor James G. Wdodward, of At


lanta, has again disgraced himselt and
outraged the dignity of his posltion
by appearing before the National Ma-
nicipal League at Toledo in an intoxi-
ating condition and making what the
newspaper reports characterized as
a "maudlin" speech. Woodward has
given Atlanta trouble for the past ten
years and it would seem now to be
the part of good business sense-to say
nothing of self-respect-to get rid of
him.
In the September number of the
Metropolitan Magazine appears the
"story o( the Ka Klux Klan," by Those
Dtxon, Jr. It is a powerfully written
defense of the great, but mysterious,
organization which preserved for the
white people of the south their liber-
ties and safety during the horrible
period of reconstruction and negro
domination following the civil war.
The article is wen worth reading by


provided. every student of history and by well-
When we hear therefore that Wall informed people generally.
street thinks peace prospects aregood.
we ay reasonably conclude that sthe PRfF I F A IF
sai peace prospects are petty near P E. ALL.EN
ia sight In his last weekly letter, f AGiA|N OUT
Henry Clews, of the great banking IS A IN OU
hose of that name, bears out this
d as follow: Pro I. I. Allen, whose long less
Wall street is a keen Judge In map h. Been a subject of great concern
ters of this kind; it thoroughly under- .o hn friends, was in Pensacola yes-
stands the game of expediency, terday for the first time in more than
shrewdness and bluf, and it takes lit. three months, having suffolently re-
te account of the earnest, high-class coered tobe out again.
literature that daily is being furnish- The profsor os the effects of
ed the press of the world by the rep- his long battle with typbol i fever
resentatives of both Russia and Japai. but he has stood It remarkably well
Wail street bases its opimism .ia for a man of hi years-better, in
this matter upon the potent argument ct, than many younge men have
that both countries desire pn ae; do e. He is Still very weak and he
th t Japanhas r e oetsforsays tt paying three pieces on his
Wth Jalan hase" to d oe io ts .ln is sunr cient to uterrly exhaust
which war was undertakes; that theItu erlexa
Mikado's government has al thegloryr l' y frieh
a prestige it can attain Inth tipiesAll's many friends will
and prestige t aattan thepre- UNr Vwish him a speedy return to health
eat contest; and that ertha bloo-and the readers of The Journal ill
hofd will mean innees ich as dre look forward wlth pleasant anticipa-
f human life, against weaich meon to the time when he again takes
lms and cents cannot weigh., wall his Rmniscences of an Old Set-
street recognizes that R ssihis a, e aseees of an Od de t
street recognlse that t ssi whle; tier,' which were Interrupted by his
beate is by no means a conwqered ilnesM
aetin; that the war has net reached l
artnia territory; and that the coa n PROMINENT FARMERSFI nHT
toos are not yet present, ~r ae Ade DSa KILLE.
they in prospect, when Japan can AND Ot... KILLo.
foce an Indemnity payment propor- By Ae ated r-
toately as drastic as that. ole ted y A.r et' .en .
Wy the victor in the Franco earm Nlshville, Tenl, Aug. 28.-In a dif-
war, Acuity over some land m atters,y o
Wanl street is quick to discover it- land oore killed P. Murray at Mor
fa happenings, and In analysingthe tons Gap, Ky. Bath men were prom-
atnstiom at P.Ltl aouth It regards Inent farmers.
deeds and not words the supreme _o *
tet; and findia the envoys speaking
me way and acting another-express- UNIVERITY OF THE
lg high Itdignatior at intimations of STATE OF FLORIDA.
MeNuilcP s at the moment of mak-
Ias them-it sees the handwriting one aIbrseng t fo going subjeota:
o waUIl L I aguse and Uiteraturew A feur.
4fd We street has common ense year e mm leading t the degree o
dis usually right Bvents are mak- Bachelor of ALtt, Greek is mot re.
be- pence; the game of bhlt may be quird, but Is emred P a am elective
wiled almost to the breaking poteti throughout a awor
m tr as the present meetag of the IL Genera Seooe--vided aatq
Ma is cooeerned--may indeed three coures; 1.- hem l eeoo e;
M0I the breaking point to al outr Mal t I ese; Nntun History
ae appearances. But thanks to our eom No Orek l e tnee
W President, who has shown such Latia is required ia tbs eorsea. All
.410ical diplomacy In handling this wmr-l aerma,
4 t5 quk eestion, the seed has already uL AIeuiturs- -yeav sad two,
I- sown. and proper pressure apoa yro a .
=' comtries by their e frieds an V. tea r .-~~e
i-L *may be depended upoa to pro- MecIal. Civtr and 1ct
I- timhe bred enlmdnation. Tnllxit ae a twolear Came
.It now merely a question of &A .V Mr No At or Oree* Ie
'- mend eCts a"d the dibeovery of a t-ir- inIL. or IV. The taU o.r-
-e od f payeat by which the me IL, L and IV. lead the de-
may feel he is piremring he ee ae rof h lor oe (kmn the srt
dign1ay, and hoer. Moen cau- o S o tlrtila of prale .
k is qut sie i to to he sem- v. P e-A full twoyear uo
iif of proifdiog eUsh a matibe- beg na li Syt-ner. 1aa.
i, meth1p V. sme--r aor'No se
S Wt a hoe that this view of the t"met n A eae-year eon s leadn to
:'I a am be the ome t me ft a ~ bt a e m A thMesgaw*~e tu g d-
iet0- vhhesiotu war my give way Atoi=
*60ar I at eof Sg ow4* lem 5
;,gem -BMWw-e-


F e r BESr.
Ilk Quality &MT


bAto pAmyrvel Raug Sale

MONDAY, AUG. 21th,
'fkp.btg at *'ds sdarp.


Don't i ts I Don't Miss It!!

Such marvelous alues a iHIgh Grade Rugs never before cflred Pen-
saola shoppers. I fact had it not been for an unusual trade event,
through which weS 'easmq posse-ors of these thirty-four (Frat quality)
Smyra aad WilteR m elYet Ra, thi sale would be utterly impossible
at such prices. If yoa appreciate and recognize the opportunity
awaiting ye, yo will be here bright and early. Only a limited num-
ber in each lot.


Smyrna Rugs
Thos. Uedom A Co's Cle-
brated "Scarlet ILae" Qualitles
SIX $2.76 Smyria upgs
sie 2 x52, ale prjice.... 1.
FOUR l Smyrna
Rugs, sioe I0zSO, sale
price .. .. .. ......
FOR *6.00 Smyrna a Rgs,
8ise 86xI sale price....S 1
ONE 9xl2 toot "Karnak"
Smyrna Rug. $20.00 val-
ue for.. .. .... .. .... 160


Skeeirk Wilton Rugs
3.0S and 6JS8
Only 14 Rugs in this extra or-
dinary lot, the mates of which
are being offered by leading
New -York retailers as excep-
tionable value at $5.00 aad
$1.50.
IGT of the $5.00 quality
raise 80x60, Monday.. ..93.9
SIX of the $7.50 quality,
sise 6x72, Monday..... )98


848 ETS.
81x90 Hemmed Sheets,
regular 75c value.. .. ...Me
PILLOW CASES
45x36 Pillow Caset, regular
lar 12%c value, each ......10
HUCK TOWEL.
20f80 Hemmed, White and
Colored Borders, 25c val-
ues for.. ......... ..19o


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SHEETS


90x90 Hemmed Sheets rego-
lar 900,o vue.. .. .. ..75o
PIjJOW CASES.
45186 Pllow Cases, regular
15e value, each.. .. .. 121/J
HUCK TOWELS.
21x42 HeUmed, all have col-
ored BJ ders, 85c value...25e


BABY CAPS I CORSETS


day's sale price.. .. ....5 oIng prie .... ..........

rTers for Quality,


. & B. FORBES.


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CURIOSITY IS NOT ALWAYS A SIN
ft Wvil pay yest nt te por rices kdm b f yewr


Hardware 8ash,


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Doors, Blnds or Lumber.


We sin bkai PabtI6, Wis, Mok, Al CusaLt.
We arno -n s u7 y sa eeryathno.


Saounders Mll Company
Offim t29 ,Et Grdenm Street Phone 717.


F Pactor North PAlWo Street Phone 1130.


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GOODS!


we a 0 .rmpk pply o Rubber Goods
,d rall esr Iptons.r

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Ato w". ~* rmsa dov a bt sdpplcod
4 ,'3 a: qe:1 i ~d.&

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332. Trm .0l Cash,~ 3 n6 erimpi rrIu rn

SI" with you. took uS OA rr.uusCUnd w o es's free
tuning. lb. Best Piaioi ever offred br the -muy.


Q~itter Mtlmie ~Cc~z-
; ~ -112 law .1-4 Sol" 10441betPk rt" Wk


Green & Watson N-s ilav


A "Clean-Up" S9al |01


1hidren's Low-quarter Shos MI Spers. C
ee Show Wind ONLY so
Por the next TEN DAYS you can buy lownruarter Shoes of any SOLD AT N
kind in our store at speelal prices. They must be sold. If Interest-
ed, come In and be fitted,
LADIES' CRAVENETTE COATS, for the rainy days-or if you NM
are going traveling, you should have one. We Jan se you a good 8080N MEDIC
one for .. .. .. .. .. .. * * * * * * * * * IN
MONDAY MORNING, 8:30. TO 10 O'CLOCK-One lot Standard | PENSAC


Calicoes, ten yards for ........ .. .. .. . .. .. . cents

Yours for Busines,

GREEN & WATSON.

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DOES IT FIT YOUR BACK?
Wh I Why. your offic cairTe ma
that IaS to ccup an off8iceh l daC
should have an easy, coarlftathw bia
We con supply you with the ariest cieN
chairs in existence; in facto a
OFFICE FURNITURE AT LEAST POSSIBLE PRICES.


MARSTON & QUINA,
0 1081 S. Palafox St. Phonm 148. Pecola Fl.
" aaqVS~z~e~6S1SS:@p~$:ps~


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No Tanr for TL

Blfssing
to Mankind
ONLY POSITIV
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CK APOaTLEt Ras.
AURANT.
lMtarstd by
:INE MANUPACTUi
COMPANY.
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INS.LI. AND KILN-
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Soy IcO B c leaning &Dye

It having come to my knowledge Works
M-MBERSHUP RATES .0 PER

that ctain unscrupulu are m t'

refilling my Bank Note car boxes J. OPR
i h f i 5 Itl, i4 T "nes


WperSOS it U is aV VI10 at% t FULCWUCI
persons it is a violation d'th revenue


? IC UIFRNMI
YOUR


law, and if persisted in thyvwill be ICE CREAM

prosecuted to the fullest extentt of the

law. See that each cigar isP N tp

Bank Note. FRANK "REILVLY. ^,^EEIN ANY


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.00, 5.00$, s1100 willu by B
ever befm'e. Compar. -
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VOL G 3T 3X I EKG CO.* ako s T1mw




ETEr OU Timm "M VWSCOLA fofIA.


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TUF il lheld for other purposes. On last
DIFUL Y Wednesday night this ordinance
unanimously paused by the council
S_ and now you refuse to sanction it by
S. your approval upon the ground that
J[ l i MWo LuA# .f yo are investigating Its cosUttution-
-I" arlty. I want to say to you that the
bet legal talent in the city of Pen-
. IrMs T-ls lUa- r HMs t* t I lb t ,S sacola has passed upon this ordinance
N. S I Tens rig mis ss omisIra a -5 h 6 and I was not aware of the fact that
you were an authority on constitu
As Ltr Has Net SO W mm i a.s Ami ttriooal law.
S"What I want to ask you is:
1 ASM IM f.- "Whether or not you propose to ap-
prove this ordinance, first Informing
you that whether you do or not, it will
The Jim Crow street car question isO- be passed over your veto by the city
siP causing trouble, the latest being council'
n a nto tw en d upn the nta ss of the this Mayor Bliss answered: It
an al ter ion between Mayor Bliss maor, b-t w a sot oese l is none of your business whether I in-
and W. C. Jones yesterday afternoon. Mr. Bliss then puoSeeded to the tend to approve this ordinance or not.
Mayor Bliss has not yt signed the police station, Sa lr Mr. Jones There are several consderations n th,
newly passed "Jim Crow" ordinance, wet there, statit that his object matter, rsat of which I may mention
nas for the purpose of marrenderin is that everybody who requires the
and yesterday. W. C. Jones accosted himself. Then the parties met aPga! services of a nurse to attend their in-
:he mayor and wanted to know hiis and the charges were renewed, result- fant have no nurses.'
reason for no' signing the ordinance. in n the maya) receiving a blow "I said to him: 'Is this the only
The result was a very lively scene? on near the ear, and Mr. Jones being ar- ground upon which you rlthholdyour
Palafo strt, Mr. Jones striking at rested. approval of the ordinance?'
a street Mr Jones strain at The statements of the parties to the "He stated that he was the chief
the mayor several times, and the al- diefculty, are as allows: executive of the city of Pensacola and
tercation finally culminating at the did ,not .no that it was incumbent
police station, where "Mr. Jones struck Mayor Wt. upon him to answer my questions.
Mr. Bliss a blow near the ear. Stra ef "I thn sad to him that I had seen
Superintendent Gingles prevented .I tast takrLa Rn at dewaith h the aid to him that I wd ieen
further trouble between the two pr- City At- a 14t" Aldera n him .upon two occasions talkasag witt
trt.s and Mr. Jones was pen y unrwoqk Y~onge, whsI esaw W. C. Sn Cros Captala Northap, once last week and
a-n s t.s the street and stp. Wh I .pased once this afternoon, and that la my
I seems that Mayor Blis anl. Mr b accosted me, sad wanted to kaow oplcnn, confirmed by other cercum-
Jones met on the street near he cc c oul the row law abd Way I smt t whc.I was a .an,
of Joseph Coleman. when Mr. J" ~d not sied the ne ordinance. believed he had his band behind aim.
Joseph ,oemn. w*e, r.dr Jti ., tha there s b
who is secretary of the Chamber c' I old h that there was o hr/, asked me t. I meant by having
Commerce. wanted an unders:anding sF tle peqle had bees m V ag wtthis hand behil th a I .
-etlrding the position of the mayor negroes all their lives, and when I Iated to him tha t I believeda
Hle arease, the mayor of being a pol- signed an ordinance I wanted It to be was crooked, ad thOiht he as t
l:ital asrident. charging also that he constitutional. I tuther told him or a grst' otherwise, In the
a.a "cro ,,kc.' and went around with that I was as much in tavor of sepa- of public sotlnt he would a inthe
hi. "hand efhitod him." 1ratng the rnace aW ne, but oe street car ordinance wirfthout itt-
Masor P.'d asbeind for an exlana- lived that nurses as well as os gting its constitutionality, which aad
tor; of .:was meant by '-oin should be plated in the colod eom- bee settled by the opnionos.f dA-
arnund wi'h his hand behtid behnd apartment b, i attor nys a Pensaola. -I this
m. He received the information. an- "He then said that he would earvhe replied that I was a G- D-4ar. I
when ht did. ca;llepMr Jones a lisr notice upon me that i the ordinance struck at hm In resentment. bt, was
and i' wa. staed bM some used other was not signed he weld rat me in prevented from striking him by by-
anguasr "e the newspapers, and I told ~l to go standers.. .
Mrr .lone immediately attempted ahead. He then became very abusive, -Knowin that I would be aresthe
-_ and told me that I wasa a accident. or an asault I proceeded the
.. -. -__ and was not in harmony with the peo- lice station to register. There I m4
Spie. even going so far as o say I wass a B and after he had looked
Draw the Poison golng about with my hand behind me. me in the face and made esoe re-
8ioarc's ljn:mnt. he great antiseptic. "I asked him if hebeeat I was hold- mark, whech I do not now recollect, I
dras "hb poi.,n from mosquito bite, ing out for boodle, and it so he was repeated that he knew he was crooked
and stfnes of all insects. It kills ret. a liar and I did not care to have any- and struck him, knocking him down."
low fever and malaria germs. thing more to do with him. I further Mr. Ginglea Preent.
stated that no one could bluff or bull- C .
doze me Into signing any ordinance, CU. H. Ginsles, superintendent o
-IUfVhifnlit iilliF lthil tll-I-lli and that I proved to look Into tus teets was present at he sta tion
Sconstltutlonaltybefore aixing my when the last difficuty occurred, and
S= signatunre. was the one to put a stop to it. Ha
5 1 A -e r Jogeature . a i d: said: "I heard Mr. Jones teil Mayor
Ss c"When I c ale Mr. Jm a ar he Bliss that he was crooked and that h,
SA .; struck at me sveraJ te but did (Bliss) knew It, and that was the roea
.- not strike me. I proceeded to the al he had not tsned the Ri Croew
Police stated, at .was followed ordinance. He then struck Mr. Bliss,
TAl U there by him. As I was going up the and I stepped between then to stop
STAllA stairway to my o4ee I was struck thtr l"
Stfrom behind by Mr. J~sm but was e
Sr ot injured. I immediately calle a -
SD A Ua police ofeer and he was placed under
D l NRII arrest. A W A l TtII


IN EVERY LINE


80 FAR AS FLOUR
16 CONCERNED.


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FLOUR


IS SUPREME IN
IN QUALITY.


00WT WASTE MONEY IN
EXPERIMENTING!



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SLewis Bear


CO.


"I felt that ay positive of mayor re-
quired more dignity than to engage
in a eight apon the street, so I pre-
ferred to take his abuse and Insults
rather than e age ian ch an affair.
"I wish to state that I am heartily
in favor of the separation of the races
but believe that It should be done
properly, and that once inaugurated
it should be ih such shape that :t
cannot be declared m oa-Otutetiua by
the courts."
Straemme of Mr. Jeams
Mr. Jone4, in an interview, said:
"Mr. BHis was on Palafon street in
front of the store of Josrpt Coleman,
I when I came oat of the o-ce of the
SPensacola Itol eat Co. and walked
'across the street. I approached him
;.ad asked If he had aige the Jin
Crow ordinance. He aid he had not,
and I sald to hit: You are out of
harmony with the smtaest ot the
people of Reascos at4 it you do
.not sign th~ ua ;a i. diIi-vw-
nal. and dtiea who 4 for yoe In-
tend to rs t .e In the ne papers.
I tuhin tht pm have aounlated
your eea e J M Crew aW kaidrei
Subjects fm ar reldewee i Inn-
dian Utah t othe plaes I as
oe otf en wiVI v ftrer y", aad
crated st" mae00iO by i6me.toI
like to aw whyV S .a e to dp-
I prove this QW44 M 9hher r anot
Sit is epoa bi edtas et attormW u
general or "ar Mr. Bth.k
ao the L s htt Iea* advtor pro.
vired by the alh-rer ty Atter-
a*The -Cheste wtQ ee oS PI-ew
Sast. of wmU ye0s msae -devule
swaim that L meA" s mtars s
my the e gein es ogAmats
see as diseaset l aiepOn rs i e
do*Y O a 'S iE -N-1 0'
~hanME


AI RELAL I EL


And Be~ Time we arivlse everybody
to take a dose of Hostetter's Stomach
Btters. It will strengthen and sweet-
en the stomach, restore the appetite
and Induce sound sleep. It has been
doing this for over 50 years and Is
just as good to-day. Take the hint
and try a bottle. It acres Headache,
indigestron, Dyspepa, Cestivenes,
Cramps, Diarrhoea or Malaria, Fever
and Ague. Our Private Stamp is over
the neck of bottle.

HOSTEfTTERS

STOMACHB IERS
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Pensacola Has Two Kinds

..of Meat Markets...


Tiose where nothing bet poor,
lean, grass-fed. aUtie meaty
are sold, and the other place
where you pay double pri
for what you set tat is at t
eat

WeStrMketh -
Happy Slfumu

a ed sve yoa the heat
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A large number -of matters were
considered by the members, but noth-
lng of importance was done. Peti-
tions, numbering about thirty, asked
for new street lights, anu all of these
were referred to a committee to in-
restigate.
The board decided to diviae the
street force, allowing oe-half of the
nen to continue at the work of cut-
tLg down weeds and the.other halt
to work upon the streets.
The question of purchasing a few
pair of mules and also the purchase
of a block on ,round o b t Bllm
was discussed, t no acto tken,
except to have the board go ott sad
ook over this property.
FeeMng on tte a u' CheMR.
7rtahrL o net CIhNi Je
Tlis tat Is welt how to lrs|ets
rer herer-. at alae SOt tes 4 ll
aet their Of**fta*k thsl -al f '
Irhe the best ia ambeJ ior. itt q
9ta. a pter tnt drmeet Wlaf

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lor. asd conf ernne ise anartes
ed to the ofe on NO -m mNal I
eoMd to the val use ,g
tory to the eT tm t
Amerleaa ovniiu, et e 1
Resolved, That wA jtlt s to ee
oeC la the wisdom -'reieahm f
of said proposition sad rsstley N
QOOmedt to the sald sMstkeea at -*
tons tor adoption in Croer that ti
laternatioal Jwudiciary, .neow stUl
at the Ba~se, be syaptetad ti a
international legislature la the late
.aAto Justice an# peWnanent peanc
a6. tht x -
aoBolved titthat that we s*um
amed the follow ig e the otUaMers
Ui of said Conference as a basis o
rgaBlisation for ead represnetatkn i
seh an interanatl ma eehagra to-w
"I. An Internatonoal Congress
two houses, a senate st *d hoea a
deputies.
"2. Eaoh nation to have two repre
sentatives in the senate, ard repro
sentatlon in the hboe Of espntli
proportonate) its laternationau co
inerce.
"s. Each nation to choose sad main
tain its own representatives in the in
Ieemationai Oongness and to have
power of recalling them at any tien
The term of office to be eight years
unless otherwise ixed by each as
tion for its own representatives.
"4. Each member to have one vote
"5. Majority to rule in all matter
and concurrence of both houses nece-
sary.
**6. Each nation to have the rig t
to withdraw at any time from the con.
gress.
"7. The territorial and political in
tegrity of each nation represented io
the congress to be respected by a
nations represented.
"8. Deliberations of the congress to
be confned to matters which directly
affect intercourse between nations
and Its resolutions limited to the dec-
laration of general rules or principles
for the conduct of each intercourse,
and these resolutions to be recognized
as law by the nations, unless they ar3
vetoed by an agreed number of nation.
al parliaments.
"9. Each nation to teat all other
nations on equal ftzet in matters'of
commerce, whether they be or oe not
represented in the international Con-
greas; except that nsy nation can
raise a commercial barrier against
any other nation equivalent to such
other nation's tariff wall.
"19. While remilating ia the con.
gress, each nation to have the right
to arm itseltf-a bord to its own
Judgment.
'11. War%6 remain a lawful mode
of action in any IpVte as the sever-
al nations agree trefer controversies
to arbitration by"''peclal or general
trestles of arbitraton.
"12. The oarme forces of.all the
nations represented to e at the ser-
vice of the cng ti ifor enforcement
of any decree etne*e by The Hague
Court, according to treaties of arts.
Oiesuse
The Interparlismentary Union pre-
sented the following resolution:
"It ia desirable iat the Hague con-
ference, in whose convocation -the
President ft the United States at
America took the intative, should die.
cuss the following questions:
"The points d rnqed to a future
date by the Hu conference of
1899, vis:
"A. Th'b, rtbti dutles o'f eu.
trails. *^
"B. The mita.don of armed mili-
tary and naval forces and of military
budgets. -
"C. The use of new types and call.
bres of rifes and iaval artillery.
'D. The invloability of private
property during naval warfare.
"'. The boabarda' nt of ports,
towns and villages by naval forces
"2. The reneWl' of expired Hague
conventions.
"8. The orgestv-ttor of others of
meditation.
"4. The periodical meeting of gen.
eral conferences of the nations.
"5. The carrying out of the reso-
lutions and decisions of these confer-
eaces and the preparation of future
conferences.
"6. The eleboration of a model
general Arbitration Treaty."
A little forethbaght may save you
to end of trouble. Anyone who makes
L. a rule to keep Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at
hand knows this to be a fact. For
sale by all druggists.
BOARD OF WORKS HELD
MEETING YESTERDAY.
The Board of Public Works held a
session yesterday afternoon, there be-
ing present Chairman Turner, Mayor
Bliss and Mr. Zeliua.


W.A. D'ALEMBERTE,


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Druwat sd Aphcary. 1tl L5Palafo&i


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SRailroad Company, its suesrs or
esg. Id OwnsW Use assigns.
t .-a Section 3. The right is reserved to
S (Conti Three theCity to grant the privilege to other
railroads to cross any track lab on
.ter ton of onelson and Cedar .the streets hereby anted and to pass
Streets across Clubbs, Oliva, "8" and enforce such reasonable regular
Alston and "C" Streets to MCcOiellsu tion and requirements as to the man.
Street and ,thee along McClellan ero of operating the railroad upon any
Street to a esneetion with the Pens of the streets or wharves ahd the o
cola o Peraddo Railroad: from ts line cation and number (except as herein
on Donelson Street eastward along otherwise provided) of tracks thereon
Cedar Street to Baylen Street: from a as t may deem necessary and proper.
point at the Intersection of "r' and Section 4. Work on the main line
e bipley Street eastward &along Chipley shall be commenced before the first
Street and Hannah's Alley to Spring (ist) day of March, 1906. Failure to
Street: from a point on its tracks on comply with this provision of this see-
SOliva Streetatornear the IntersectiOn tion shall operate as a fo-ri' ;ure of all
of Chase street to and across Gard the grants, rights and pr.ivile.es g.rat-
Street and other intervening streets to ed hereunder. The work on th! spur
a poWt on Han l h's Alley in block tracks and wharf tracks sLall be ctt-
No. I5 or bloCk No. 5 connection with pleted from time to time as ht; nocer-
the tracks O said Alley: from a point sites of business require. 'rhe roau
on the tracks on OUva Street, at or shall bea t i fp Penu ac, in a
about Gregory Street, to a point on the north or aosrthwaerly direction t-
tracks o Chipley Street, at or about a pUt lt ea s th sixty 60i) miles
"D" street and rom a point on Chip* from s"aala bo el Ms thr.- frt (Ist)
ley street at or about "D" street to a day at MercN, l ", and b iall reach a
point ona Oliva Street, at or about point 4 lam, dra' irr d flt
Government Street: trom its line on (180) tSo In a 1 ruor!y tr
the p oadgatoam of Oliva Btreet, east- Sa *rthe Cit ,
ward thabugh seotio No. 18 to and oT i j tr-lt (1st) day
along Jordan Street to the & N. of Sept~. tire to a,
Railron. And there is granted to the pi~" t She time aforesai, the
said grantee. Its successors and as- o k. of the said roa:l to other
igns, the right to make all ecessr, of th (3) pota ths named
emae tons between the said tracks shall operate as a forfeiture of al the
pon the streets upon whih they may right, grants and privileges granted
be eS truectd. The right of way under this franchise. If any Street
herein granted is Intended to permit not now under water, shall not be oc
double tracks upon all streets and to cupied for the purpose authorized
embaice the prileige of runglag spr herein by the graptee, i. s ucoemern
truks lat th* i tlle, pots and wave or assigns, u.der the tvigeshere
bow e f said grantee, its ece s n in tferred before the first (let) da:.
and signs at such place and in of September, 1909, all privilt g-
sch number as the City Council may herein grsnted shall cease as to aU
determine, upon application by it or such street, and said privileges sha!'
them. cease also as to any street, wharf o.
BeSfw the cruve to the west Of other property if the railroad com
Ollw street, reaching from OU pany shall discontinue the use thereo:
Str atto Chtpley Street and the curve for twelve (12) consecntivf rt.ntb-
from Chase and Oliva Streets to Han- after having made use of said street
nah' Alley shall be built, a plat there- wharf or other property In the man
of, showing the location of all said ner provided by ths ordinance.
tracks and the manuer of construction, Section 5. NothIng in this ordinance
shall be made by aid grantee, its suc- shall be construed to permit the con-
eesors and assigns, and submitted to struction of any tracks or other struck
andapploved by the City Council. tures upon any land held under any
Whenever the construction of the valid lease or other title by any per.
railroad upon the streets pre lbed in son or persons ether than the said
this ordinance will aecessitate the grantee, its successors or assign,
m ng of sales upon which it Is from the City until the termination or
iA tioabie to construct tracks and such lease or other title or the same
operate trains thereof, the said gran- shall have been AoWqlred by the saic
tee, its iucessors sad assigns, ae granted, its succeaors or assigns, by
hereby granted the right to construct purchase or otherwise.
the sali lines so as to make the nee- Section Tht -the C P
eary and practicable curves and to oecon int the tCy of Pensa-
that end to eross mach streets not cola in wanting the rights, privileges
named herein as may be necessary: and franchises herein mentioned shall;
prolvded that before such curves shall be held only to grant such as It ha%
be constructed maps or plates showing the power to grant and no as warrant-
same shall be submitted to the City ing the same or subjectin~ Itself tc.
COotucl and approved ay ft. any damage or Uabflity whatever tha:I
The ast side of O va Street is re may occur Dy reason of granting thf
served for a grant made concurrent same, and the said grantee, its suc
herewith to The Peacola & North- cessors and assigns, by accepting the
eastern alRatl Oai4pany. its success. franchise granted by this ordinance
or and assigns. shall thereby bind -thnemselve to re-
"e ston 2a That there is hereby lease the City of Peas co an.y
granted to te said granted, its suc- liability for any damages to them
cesors ad assigns, all the right, title whatever occasioned or arising by
and interest; of the City in anoa to the reason of the adoption of this or~d
srace between the shore line on the nance or by reasonof the euwprel or
north and the pier head line estab- enJoywmea ot any r gt, prltjee.
lhabd by the United States Govern- Land franchises wh me rherey
met in the water front of said Cty granted, and they -Sht thereby bin
and between De Villiers Street on the themselves toe lraiy e C .f o;
east and South Ollva Street on the Penssacomla i!n *"e .i IU all abilit.
west mor the purpose -of the construc- to which It may sir1b4 'tb-,.
tio oft plers and warehouses and the Section 7. The tqei 9. tbhe ~a;'o
ran*ati of trjcks thereon, and also Raired in all th strees aibve =en-.
the right to buid wharves on Oliva, toned shall be and malntaiH.i-J
Donueson and Coyle Streets and to lay upon the grades dsO1iea threW r ty
taks thereon a reanlred by the busi- the City Anthmithbm wspif tha1
m est o said- vd The grant heeby where no le tro,r la ry
sanao ai the Fight hereby conferred eb en stablshsd -y thelCity Aoitork-
aS srubect to m e lonas of the '" prior to 9~fIMtt of tl
ast Of tt Lof the State of sald roadbed, a r it, ce
Florida, -raat4nal space to the Sor -d U5iaas, l ftl w 1 the rg jt
City: to" coetorm as sa Masetiabi to
hat is ira- d to aid gtr the natural gra, the pla l e- t ii
te a Its O10 i ta -d assigns, t l a the aleas hea4 siI bed uf. trackc
StoI 4t, a wf-the Penafeola & 611 a made o f m a
la CaComoay, its frol tim, to 0t hr tab-
(rtd'2 astreeti be' uapd npon a i d t w rt
I a"s n1m *n Streets, eatlona te id s a Utie laid
mEuuacol to F. *i SlS ii ~"t the
' "C. ~;an their r~be a sy S aate
sa by them along @o acroas.I sE at
to the said sMe *M s. .,' -
mailtrouea g, Thf ts e, _
.s d gn for na*01t the i a
.trme 5 at tr;, as. ar.t sora


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In Bscambia County Circut Court,
State of Florida--n Chaneery-
A. F. West vs Jacob Klein, BeRnard
Schllater and Kattle Schllate,, hi
wife. Foreclosure of aortga
On Monday, the Id day of Oetosb
A. D. 190, the defendant, Jacb -
as required to appear to the bill Slgd
.iuat li i aern. Tais order to ae
publishedd once a week for feur cs-
ocutive weeks in The Peuaoelt.
ournal, a aMwwapfr published l
aid **n- Mbls County. A. M. M-e
Lillan, Clerkl Olrut Court. By L. 4
y-mard, D. C. Pensaeola, Fla., A -
ust, 1a, 1 I9. lraasmas
in scambla County Circuit OouiM,
State of Forida. In Chamery,
.lars Gaselle Cherry, vs. esrg
Alexander Cherry. Bill for Dhvrea
On Monday the 2nd day of O(to
A. D. 1905, the defendant, Qeorb
Alexander Cherry, is required to a
paar to the bill filed against hUi hmg
'. This order to be publlesh eaes
.ach *eek for four (4) e~aolM
<(-eks in the Pensacola JoaTU, W1
rn-wspaper ubllshed in said |b .. "r
":otanty. A. McMillan, Cle rk C
Cnit Cou By L. y Ay.-. .Ayard,-
C+'rk, Pensaeola, Fin, A.nur $
1077,


tJI Demmwauoucmxry sCauu
of Flricda, In Chanolty
.Nrmnlln vs. DousytlanhIi
cu Monday. thO 4th day at'U
%4r A. D. I9MS, the delonent, U
rmk~iaIs hbreby regutssd 0p ~
tv the bil Wed agaiutUnst -=
This orshr to be publ~ed
Waeek a for eapssecatlv
bso Peasularr 3mw-mi,
jawbllbd Insaid Umbla1 u
:.%al] A. K. A VI.4U

PbaatcA*, Pr s, uy



doe OW le "*te@01a'g
(ri~ trj o~~~p Ca.~5
wh~)u cind I~Yrrt
nd-Sipts ~r 50 ~I#@'
rM )9 oa9 P~a.,iL
-t b~~rrIYr lC


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the 4ama hat e aar
*s* **** l" *r* *'** -y
eam o itr sam t i anr m V- m






by gLf o i t.*A.<
w rsee~m AX trasW, rrs Rl
ttleae poIe freto ;ms oae
ste3tumrs torae by ast

C Avery, of 6sam) of tohsa -
'O1 ho ndowa 1, tra d iufe or


are hetreby rea ed watd rSbyr
Setedi 10. That th May w
City Clerk are hereby a thoamd'a"
&lrece to co rrvy to-t. gnte 1*
'title sad tateret the Cty of
Mecol In sad to all lets Is the watr
front of the said Cty embrace n the
grant covered by this ordesane um
the payment by the sam I rats ee
successors and assigas, oa or bee
March frst (1st) 1d 9, of the Sa of
Oet Thousand Pad ($1,W.) Dtae. Th
aid dead shall contain a eoaditlet
that the title of said water frat shal
revert to the City of iPensacola if the
tSie aie fthe saitd road shall aft
be built fo Memphis to Pens m ola
within Four (4) yards from March
farst (lit) 1906.
of orinances grant to any pemn,
persons or corporations aiy ha tbe
toreuoing rights, privileges, poweraM,
franchises or property shall be osa
they are he ren peraled.
,section 12. The guntee, us ria. *
sor and asiaas hall be allowed
twenty (20) days from the tpalm oa
this ordinance within which to e a
written acceptance of matmet the
office of the Clerk of the City Co Pa-
sacola. If said acceptance is not mled
with the said City Clerk within san

terinatae and lhe alod granted, aI
successors and assigns, shall ce-e to
have any further Interest or rights
therein.
Section 13. Nothing herein shal he
coDVntre as the ssoertlon, or claim,
by the City or Pensaeola, of title, or
claim, to any part of the property
mentioned and described, or referred
to, in the decree of the Circut. Court.
ot Escambia County, Florida, signed
Iby Hon. Francis B. Carter, Judge, on
the 31st day of July, 1905, in the cause
rending in sai- Court wherein James
-; Herron is the complainant and the
City of Pensaccla and B. D. Sega,
joykin Jones and C. M. Coston, Wa-
,er Front Commissloners, are defenil-
ants, or as the assertion of claims
Style, or claim bi the City of Pensaco-
a to any pant o the property mena
:oned and described or referred to, in
t:e decree of the Circuit Court of
4.ceambla Cointy, Florida, signed by
'ion. Francs B. Carter, Judge, oathe
31st day of July, 1905, in the eause
'ending in said Court whereas Jones
\cCulloubh, J. J. Sulliran and M. A.
suina are the complainants a&d the
:ty of Pensacola Is the defendant
Passed August 7th, 1905.
Approved An- 't 10th. 1905.
CHAE. L H.I BUms,
Attest: Mayor of Posanega.
Bt 3. In K&A D, Clerk.


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ou if you desire a tirst-class PIanoa
Mew Pianos from $IFr, to $600.
Be sure to soe the Baby Plano-
aalleet reiiar P aro made for young
ud old alike. $109' to $175.
It wiil pay you to call or write us.


TUNING A SPECIALTY.
PHONE 476.


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_4a pm6 whose epm -
.oWers a great
W years.
iea woman when it is



e al ides a man
he is a man

had to worse, knowing w that
tbW ought to have immediate mIst-
sa. but a natural modesty lapels
dwm to shriak from eposaing thewa
a-b to the questions sad probably
BBiaatoMs of even their family
I P 4eddan. It is unSeneiisMy Without
*wAW a or price yoa can consult a wo-
wpan whose knowledge from tl ex
pa tme"e is gsAt.
gW Pleakhames stanqm W
Wamea sfferiag frftm say form t
lmae weaknesaeaaMnvited top Uly
maunicate with Mrs. PinkhUm, at
Lyua, Mass. AU letters are reeel-ed,
aqmpd, read sad answered by womet
aly. A woman can freely talk of her
ivae illness to a woman; thus has
established the eternalto-Odemce
bewm Mrs. Pinkham ad the woen
at America which has n ever been
hsk... Out of the 'vst volume of
experience which she has todraw fron,
i more tha oble that shehas
aned the very kowi that willn
help your eam She asks nothing Ia
retur except your good-will, and her
advice has relieved thousands. Surel
any woman, rich or poor, in very olia
tf she does not take advantage of thi
generous offer of asaistanee.
If you are ill, dot hesitate to get a
bottle of Lydia B. Pakham'VsVegetable
Compound atonce, and.writo.Mrs. Pk-
ham. Lynn. Mass., for special advice.
When a medicine has been eesfl
in restoring to health so many women,
you cannot well msy, without trying ,
"I do not believe it will help a."


Whet You Appetite
and then come to
the Old Reliable


Yr. and Mrs. Hfmaa were assisted inr n ft t Pesacola people endorse m
Mrs.. Mr. Crandel, after a pleasant Peasacola people endorse our claw a 1 i g ara -
'e g tne O=ts OY Mrs. A o y .,_rarles Wilson livids on West - .
Dyer. of Pro ce; UMrs- H. T. V visit to relatives in South Florida, re- Cnas se, o,- mS
HMars, wie d olAp Admiral Harris, ...says: "I procured La*n i w - ,
of Washingto and Mrs. Roswell D. Mr. Mr. ph gave a at 4deyM K Ma Ako
Hitchok4 NowV rk. The host- U-. rightful trip to the snapper bank last N
ess wore a handsome sown of pearl Y e Sunday to a large party of bis friends. N s tetor awl a st ba S et
paillettesa ornaments of pearls The christening of Stephen Awld sharp twiages of pala which A.peased
and diamonds. Music was furnished f3 .Rice, Jr.., fWant son of Mr. and Mr. thrgh me when I stooped or md -
bt a Hmgarian band. As the squad- O saUSUa p j S .4. Rice, Jr, took place at St. rat ayIddes Toveeat. 1 g
mro oeers appeoare they played rick's church last Sunday, Rev. Father Whi t t quickness with w j
rke the B Here Comes a. .. si was relieved. Mrs. Wlson s
r.- a .rf. o.llowe. ... L.- ._- .. ..,a M .J. .. ...-ad fete fr m .r~.a okia, n .
lag the The "m be has asvesalaterbE art, returned home Sundayt. v a n l. t.a bea snd
regular atehatm kept a continuous Au V Rev. A. J. Dan Is spending this cweek jt mt r amoag Duan's i.AU7 I -M Tl 6
PMWr twr *aeSua fron ten to THAT m a a' Tallahaagee, Fla. she was oUNjistly laid a
UK yat om da" ft h ta t o THAT satSe Mrs. Oem. W agnad daughter abe a -:T PlAeftOmf Au wsu myT"
r 0%abte onm the eet, wee Rear lsttt lee trt week ftor New York. toa tble h
Adi MasMley gas. Ueautenant bn dle. Y Daughters of the Contdera"cy m 4noto SO t*: as bo a.
OW ge_ st get last Moeday afternoon with VlsW- All
001116 flet. tsQat. Ike bawieg m uInpro.me]
f the *, s B am* e Blue 71" borasow-
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could possibly forget him. Other guests Iclua e-t-Pay tet G
dirty little bootMack with his "S and Rear Admiralu S W. Tom1._ 1M1J I .
,yer boots, ir?" Nabey, retired, a. d M. Ter, .-A-iAn BhHin1 r-metir Re
BlkMte was Impressed by the ithi. .Nav.y "Reglster l ft" of -n--id d as-
I d't want a sne, my lad" sai Miss Horteanse 8 I1 at A Q large aptity of the aiu te P 1t ii l o g ag you a Btdanelmy Uame oac
he. "But If you'll goad wash your Al., Is in the city _m a visit o eeWt4 atures r o.the gymnaas m o fth M yo youiwiedy v a ac
facade i rgivey a aipenee" 1 days to Mr. and M. Wa BR a .otn Men's Cerist.ma Associ.atm ffMI t T t -
A richt, i astwselad's reply. phrs ofst Gregory stre NADINE FAC POWDER wl c- ha. reatheff the c ty, and hat eeo o --ore. ....... .
Then he went over to a neighboring 4- -ded ad pred by a- newly di- placed la the new buildlagat the Or ----
fontain and made his ablutions. Re- Miss Mary Joyer eof Bagded la., covered process. Produces a beanti- ner of Belmont and Paalaf streets "A M W
turniM, he held out his hand for the arrived Monday to limit friends and ful, soft, velvety appearance, which The shipmentt which has Just arriv
mo ey a relatives. remalas until washed of Ladles who ed Is the Irt to reach here siace the *a* Iy set 01a cop a I ume a l1 y1 1d, e
"W m lad" said the rofeor se Nadine Fae Powdar are sure the oder wassent In several weeks ago. my --.
Itis na w"ud to spend the remainder of her vaca- close of the evening. soon as the goods can be Wraurfac We .-* ^- ( ., a, We 10 so& aeaA&**iln lw bI
"I dinna want It. tld chap," re- tdon with her grandugarets nla G .4 THE QUAUTY IS UNEQUALTD. tared and packed. *- wAma n ipi). p: Lades'
turned the boy, with a lordly air. "Ye gla. Buy one 50-cent green packalp of The shipment was from New York a i .t I- s c l a MhmsyIw
ake t and get yer hair cut."-Mo- F Nadine PFace Powder, and If you are by way of the Mallory line to Mobile my. | = as%"- a t-
bile Register. r Mr. Frank Stea eft atry to not entirely satisfied, notify us and thence over the steamer Tarpon toT * a
sephdd his acewto ot. During w6 will promptly refw4 your money. Pensacoa,. and so far as can be sea
LONG-WLLIS MARRIAGE. his absence his sister Miss Gertle g Sold by all leading druggists. or mall at present, It is in excellent condition.
nwi-y a -ft --oo at 4:30 the.r visiting her coustla ~ise Joyner and price 50 cents. White. Flesh, Brunett, There were four double loads of the
atook .paco ttur. t hhee re Miss Moyer on lst GrBegory. prepared only by apparatus, and it is being unpacked
Mrtook place a Lonry the marriage o i NATIONAL TO ILET CO., Paris, Tenn. and placed in position la the gym.
Mr.;t Jon.B_ .mL...and"MissMr. and Mrs. H. D-Alemberte All of the apparatus was ordered d A,AAA.AAA^AUAAA^LA4l&
hItme VAf L ws br els p raats m ke "charming householders slce go. ------- rom the aauldln g Manufacturing
hMre of the bride's parents, Mr. an Ing to housekeeping in the residence in foagland to her guardian, a western Co., and the total cost le over $1,000 --i
by th n W. cRd of n th ptis formerly occupied by av. J. S, bley rachman and mine owner. Announce- CU .Mi S u O
i the ov. r ..a e of. tea t 307 West Chase. ments were received yesterday by WILL INTEREST MANY. o V -A GS Ic O W
aturck Irtves m f priee 's T hneber i ensacola friends.
ofre es andres. The newly Miss Mame D. Drars has return Every person should know that good
wedded couple took the afternoon ... .. .... .. .. s. .. .. . health is Impossible I fthe a ys arem m
train for Pensacola and at tbo itoae ed from pleasant visits to friends In Judge and Mrs. 1 D. Beggs are dealth Is. Foley's Kidney kCue will
of d a-Century and Bluff frig. ceiling felicitations since Saturday d kie b dor Klde e
herm#therewah morning over the birth1of a daughterfo... 1ill l care kdney ad bladde dises mGn1
tim*aVbk wase attended by their Miss Hellbron of Greenyllle, Mis., who boa been named WAfly. strengthen these organs so thep will
eat were: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hoff-- T .....R perform their fution properly. No L A
man, Mr. and Mrs. Js.DBledsoe. Mrs. .. wdaer of Bright'smdse or habs
5- aIL*,,d^^ Miss Aschaffeaberg etNew Orleas ads two popular clerks i e dafr g ofht r 's i ew fetw IO F S tt Se is w in t
JA. PratheH Miss Joand Prather Mrs. Cn time. W. A. *Almberts, Druggist
Mr. R. pleasant visit at ftl weeks to Mrs. Colorado on their summer vacationtg S kSg a d
Mr. R. & W Guggenhelm. and will probably visit the Pacific and Apothecary. -tO' &r &MUiney s. ae ca M r
I N O N O R O F TIHR E c o a s t b e f o r e r e t u r n i n g _ _4__ _,, - --_ _-_- f I lu m m u ia ..-. L -
.:Miss Till-e .avy of Mobile Is viske &0111111016uof-w,-m
VSIhTIN YOUip LADIr. oI lng her sister Mrs. Dave ievy, 298 Because Blue Ribbon Lemon and he read, V,, I U
A laebh trip to Mrs. Morgan's West Chase. Vanilla Extracts are the "BEST O ULI WL I and mow0 e lW
place on the beach of ata Rosa, _WER M__ADthey continue to grow in ha.. .d i hasT-e.e--s l sT "
was given Sunday in honor of three Miss Lurline Butler Is a guest of favor. Ask your grocer for Blue Iti b- I t.,1 -ap :w Th Or Iin Cey I
visiting young ladles, Miss Hellbron Mrs. Q. B. MboGi on ast Jackon bon Lemon and Vanilla. Takes less. Special t". The Journal. fo S here
of Greenville, Ms.,Miss Aschaf en- during her mother's absence in Ala. Flavors perfectly. chOlive, Aug. 28.n-The Olive Rapti tew pMe the mnii
lie Jacoby of erveport Mis. WM. JOHNSON a SON'S GREAT last and elected Mr. Taylor M rs




to the pty were the three pop- .other left Monday on the 7:30 tmrlry
aere wearen they l h e itytemerry M Wharton carborough, CLEARANCE SALE OF SHOES, superintendent and Mr. Waiter Tay- 'ITw -- ,t -

pary and teyl ei the city at Miss t Re for Atmore
cha a good cobr ok along, ancoby spent retty young girl wo won all hearts CLOTHING, GENT FURNISHIN assistry C antlso r. J. nep Davis as
thg dd rief v1s it aela tw ETC. EGIN ,FR,,...- . EPTEM- treasurer. l.lO






and Mr. RUdolph Flashner. to !0 BL bAcoeta & Parties who relatives at this place.
m in R a IN i t thThee fa church has o winied a pral nd 4t to theiryer

Igth rcing the citys M ionary society wil t SEE TH -L PA meeting on Wednesday night. ii a

The Ldles Aid Ioelety will meet THE PERFECT BEAUTIFIER. THE LARGEST EXCLU81VE TAI. Chipley, Aug. 28.-The manner in !!!ill A li Pllll VJI L I
immedabouttely after the Missiong. BA&I A., r Dh o, h m.e ..1 LORING HOUSES N THE EAST, which The Journal handled the W!- UUU --
meeting the thursday wereinstead of meeting p tlop that ipe ly obltehmta hALg AND ARE NOW REPARED TO liams trial brout out general com-.
on Tuesday afternoon faMiss bi me, traces ear worry, l- TAKE YOUR ORDER FOR THAT mendalon, but the Jury received gen-
As. KE. af en erg s M Jacoby, Mi A Facial A full c Alod IN A'fr ne horses Miss M nt h Cobb and nephew werepsow
A BALTIMORE BELLE. linand the k Toft. lear sad veetr. NE THEIR ELEANT' LINE OF per is getting quite cosmopolitan. e me
Stone; Mr. Sam Kahn,Mr.He nW.R.Tandulo eILGatrsteet.tts s Merrit on











Announcement ssrs. made o theand en. Iu- wtm ,T. SAMPLES. 26aug7t. A J.iGay, the tFlae ontractor on the de. rs l e.anal all t n.w I27
oe Roena Mr. Herman rn eted bAost & spending in stepp off he en- La Strap Sanda ll nw....................

Berret of Baltimore. Md. The mar- st twentyleousedbymeawlththe me | ArAs ArMma l A |ine ot the construction irain. ....0 Ladle- Ta Oxf..d-, all -tyle-, ,-w...................U2
bandage Mr.will take plashce on Wednesdayr. to Bwonder lt. ea moves ArALt il LAte J. M Hal s brick yard wac idee .20 Ladie' Tan or e.lak a ..............
iOctober 4. Oe wish to buy coal a wood cheap for me lat week or lack E Clap Oxrd, Tan or c r......
APThe news of the approaching wed the fall and w.Ur- w .ll find It to thei eand






ding -"wil be reiedwth ..e..al in |TIo nd l DIRIGUIN tUP Dr. Farrior's brick building is go.. .. ao 11 be ......................3.....
terest in loal society where Mwr i ,Wee. advaVY n.a Speca to The Journal. mg up at a good rate and the great 4 M Oxrd yle, now .......................... i
Mis Berret his flancee will b re t to tended the military meeting at Mar First National Bank buldng ae ttl..............
embeed lately afs the bthe Missiful bonaryette B R the only C ana, Fla.,Olast wHOUSES k growing. IM e, h hich The JournalM Fot n sam rn our
on Tuesday afternoon. facial bi ishes.t ms. trae ap nworryi ma .i. A Tuggte has ust nis the bJury received g e n-r





Inca1 local seiev during" her visit to io'ook d eeneon .rdex qosu ror. e.mntDl-ft ltw L wetee r TA KE YOand UlRon e t. o. .A.l
ns of bemonts, of Chipley The roadbed people now readythen toldyou al s
MR. KESLER, T WED e fa like a e from the s Mr. and MrsUIT. A. T. Mohr and chEXAM or the is community. West Florida'les farther-





OFA BALTIMORE BELLE. the skin soft. T and n are spending the LINummer at s getting quite a t gohee the ces


lbrat b^as si ot awr inkletoruroAlemishre. mains.n =wma l. PiY E RH gC
gagement of Mr. W. deC. Kessler of Chhemist 'and Expert uDerma-tolo isls. B. C. & St. A., sprained his foot bad_.Lat_ rm a.sys,.new ...AA.i













A diner was gen for lear Admiral GO CRABuBING. OTS OF a here f sve mous tk- al kn stepping off the e.
ans and the omeers of his fleetby FUN IPPING THEM a buseye course at the Atlantae of the construction :rain. $50 Bu Ta Oxfd, all styles, w_.......


cr*eSSar.n1. il::te..:he. "iO A tol, are spending the week at S VJU ., ILJJLJLL J UL "
way to fB west pimoe. whMh wasat twents. y,.. n rs oombs eft this used by mitat witha the sam e
rused a a temporary entrWene. The d...,...rshremoes the Jo^. M. HaPes brickyard 2ae2.50 Ladie. Tan or Slack Oxrd an styles, ew... ..








door to the large central hall was FiHING TACLE IN tweloSr o N .. o y oA Lea.in.thODutyoftheKdiya
rob,.and here was set huge table, ABUNOAN.C I ca_ fcsfte "if visit.n. relativ the t--e lasteek for lack
Otob-" Ser 4. -'-'- ----. 1-- H$6M. P.OI OxforssnTa-"'"r-L" .Edew...-


















The news of thed approaching wersd- WRI\KL---- -^ he.0o C- nX T t, i ..
te Na oor ye SRw and bue. and AimoWfht WheB they thil to do ths the kid r=a^ -- r.. . _A
he cloth ecated with ens ad TG and all DIS.IG.ING U Dr Farriors s brick building I.gMn'sOxrd all styles, ...................









asparagre. Two hundred electric bUe UU REat week military her mother at BMar- cache tionald many kidling are tol. SA
Mi Btere ahs ih aer e r wiofl ae reae. a naR., la .stwk C,..o. Mim', ^C, eld.... tearowin.I Foiy troIWnsmFlee oI diabetes, W r

to the beauty of the shistlo ethect. C rW Aille. N.C it r e the city visiting Mius Dean's kidney pis care theo asn L-- Allagr
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BUY PENSACOLA REAL ESTATE TO-AT -I

It will be worth more to-momrrow. yol 4o'*t w' a
bomc tuy now. Our aU Pll paY akw it
possible to live in your own home wak yo rSepy
far it Act no 1I


Pensacola In
L. W#L WZ
W. L gaWLMS, ?resideUL
J. t. STUA?% V.-ft. nd Ce. ad
.ca Ej EgLgt
215 South P818fex Stia


WANTED
w; & HVAL. clnrac;:in painters
a d c r :,... r.i- v2r a.n:o
S nd 'njisi.- ;*a.ing r a spe'
c R ~- :* p:. n24 2 aug.
A\:'- A ;1 oii! 'nt, who :ho
,,~!.' u r-a .- ing an
,r,:r :z.r ,: I-.- :It---. Call on
u. l a. Male m Wh.:'. No. 11 I.
I af,,x. __29au
Mrs Iaura W. Crtar.e will resume
geenoc for :he Winona mills hisiery,
and pylicits -ht ,.i*ruane of all form-
- cun:omqr- If 'a;,crsted in good
I' sn, fl. \ -':a. ca.'u and bhe will
(a. rh .-.'-". or phone 147.
ranplir'
WANTE1 I'-,, :( n as F-ocery clerl,
14 e reua .,'r' r.nt'e. Apply 111 S.
,:b .av..nu. c: 26auglw'
V'ANTIP A 1rst-clat.' tidy ccok;
1',, 'h : n Wed apply. Surfeolt
Nav% Ya,-i 2uauslw-
V ANTELi --Yu to know that you ca
tlu' nlr, c:~'a old papers at thi
ofctc her l'.
\-ANTEI,.-.,trybody to know thU
our Blend of Coffee may be imitated
:'Ut cOan be equaled. New Orlean
Gocer. Co Jas. McHugh, Prop.
ANTEIi.-! tic pary -who bh
a arch engraved' "'G. A. oble,"
f-ore Broker Alhx L:.ciikoff. January
.1.: ibsheC :*o .sel. ,aum_, write Geo
A ,bic. Anniston, Ala. 24auglwe
SANTED -The public to know thai
wi are pkneer C.'off Roasters ol
F;n- ~a N.w Orleans Grocery Co.,
.w MH'1-h. Prop. aug20
WANT.EI. A, par:.- .r wh:ih 5.00.03
A, t.n ;> t hu' ha;: interest in


vestment Co.
Sa ft


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EL ESTATE
FOR ULL.
4 oom M.. oa L. Ba s treSl
lot 35x120 feet, rents $7.00....$ 0
11 houses, all new, resting or
$a7M. per month. property w rl
located and good rente3;.. M
S-room house on East Bamunt
street, a nice home.......... $140
4 houses on corner "A" and Be
~oo, rents for $19 per month,
large lot. room for aother-


ARE vq

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WE A I t U


Buys a beauty--4 room oait both
and gas, on lorth i, doors foaM
Palaox- street; oon-luet to ars;
splendid neighborhood.


bouse ..................... *,, 2)$10oM0
FOR RENT. Takes a 5 room cottage and good aie
715 N. Baylen street ............W o00, lot on Jackson street, one door east
304 N. Spring street......... 25.00 from Palasox street; "bath, a sad a
21 West Romana street........ 17-.0 good repair. This &Frie Is nor oaly a
314 3. Strog street ........... 17-60 few days.
Dwelliag mear Stoddard's... 10. 1500M6a
tlb 1South Palafox, upstairs,
sautable for cub or offices. 6 room cottage on Bayou, wharf s
705 8. Palalox street. 2 boats go with above price; close to
SON E. electric car. Ideal place
At the lowest market rates on im- $10,000.00 TO LOAN on good *reerI-


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the b7. T1l0


' a 2 thlbe; rla, G rooms ....14.00
a15. Ilror m ........ 1U;
01 M. 5,th Ave. 5 oams..:.. 12.0
LiT:I -sKOW WAT PIOPEtI Y
TOWU WAV TO' WL. I CAN

RX Th COLLECTED.
MONKEY LOANED.


LESIE L BROOKS
8SE P. flsdfox, ishor u OW.g

S9u.rVr ed Roo ne.
TO RBNT.-Two desirable rooms on
car line; furnished or unfurnished.


Sp--ove or vacant ciy ropecrt. ty. Very cheap. Apply at 6o09 wrgn
W .S ONSM.- Jt 29auSlt I
St r i e Real EState AFiCy FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE ATS. WANTD.-A few boarders in private
Pkfmm .... ; convenient to railroadshops
-et, gamm-el. F I Phone 87. 206 South Palata. ad on street car line; are rom%,
1, 1 lWth p ri ne of usae of baths and to
__- ____ L&S. BROWN&Co'- a *.eon
al." S4auglm
Inig eWMtll for S e. 200 Thelsen Bld'g -OA eURS wAxA D d--a . we,
WANTD-- errat on at ofet for FOR SAi -Nlce new cottage (4 *WE SELL LOTS" D"or mo t dt r room juan roa
se"eraWl boueaW h. "ply1WW 00e o s and ball) between Pala er e Dor Donaldto m, 226 N. Al sla
Pelmoet S-tr-- "mSangme and Byna streets on Jordan St.,I, -. Donald 226 NS"- l
AN A t .....~ ,near Saunders Mill; easy terms. Ap- Money. to@n 5 1- l-,--,_ e r l
WANTED..--At i 41irent rn- ply r J. W. West at Sunders M ii. e 0R RIM-Nicely urnshed rooms,
tie ia Florida to haAek Alpine Se 22aug1m t$10,000.00 for loan at 8 per cent. I. electric light, phone n bath. Large
and eak o.'s lifin and rglar P'WO
Sates and lVaul a. rAL -At a bargain; one camp terest Apply to Tho. Pebley. ef room with bay ndow. 10 N.
descri ptio mrif gt c L outit cOs5iotlf e of one ta l-u4t. tpaalK. Phone 65, 2 rings. f-lu-m
Sccaritt Norm mma,_ p~ -. i with fly, size 10l12; three cots, two DO YOU WANt to borrow mos i, eIE vimo -Ias ro resis be
ida State Aet L rae. j "reli.iDa camp chairs, 2 lanterns, on amounts from 00.00 ap? e ohave -ra t
cast net, and other paraphernalia. $10,00.00 to loan at 7 and 8 per cot., am Tr will s Th Jl Want
Any Itelmltet peMm A ear a Call on or address E. L Ree t tereat 'Ioa. C. Watson & Co. ang ds a O- b.
good Income crre pam ag tr news-. 2uang. v LU &" J-at R -M BAT OT 1--oen lhMt ad d .
papers; no anvug- upsUm "aa pln Rooms light a
uD.cs --"d 'a pvYR SALL-Old papers nl 10 csl]L em t aecrity.or ano aeal, Tlnt t s 57lkt a
unne" meUsmd Bri 1131' .... .. n.. l ., I ,._ l md
Nort hern.P ae ll' per hundred. oo for wpping at lowest rate. IAMW o
:N. r. .oeilmm .paper& ad to put under matting .a. .AllF Pnh b l als579 South Pp Je
... .. clean and nice. Journal office. $ MONi aX a LAISAA A a a d -s-'
Do you value your health? If o, kyin a& Wso p eelrty. Payable*
Aw. Iuse our pure Blend of Coffee "De wey"m,_ .. .S me. a- do.nn
and "Schly. New Orleans Groco 4IO'81 ba. Ae" n- .7
FOR SAIX-26 toot m equipped -Co Js McH p l FOUD .--Oe dark bay horse with
with 4 H. P. Gas Kagine and Power w e- pot in fa light bay horse
Co. Engin In perfet order. $. We have been with you a ,PesAc *oE AL4 ) A 81 WM et wkih salt in ear. Will Hurd, Bohemia,
kKin Ruyan. T aI s since 1874, and still oIntend to stay ate r. tt eoW t s am aF la. kang.
Kin-- "& R nyan .St withh you ad serve you with the boet Balo WWilos & b-.-one lack ox branded J. H.,
SFOR-ALE.-Stock of -i.h grado of groceries at lowest mar- ag markedly with a erobp aileplt' ad
eosp. perfumes, toll preparaSo ket prices. New Orleans rocery" MON LOANl goi ~ad se det bit in one ear d over square in
; and flavoring extractMs -Wi be sold Co. Jas. McHBgh, Prop.__ aug2 aa~ prepty.. srt eS ohr. OWnet.can obtain same by ap,
at big discount Apply oom7,.rent O GIN NG. are prot Terms . ar. st Go me by
SBuildiag, City. alwRoom in your garden. Roots for sale. 28% Soth Palatex St., Phone 1144 5anl
FOR SAL.-Store and 7 room house. Write tofyor lterate. By ck tery u* S- . -
SLot. 6x10; city .. Titles per- ham's Gaeg OGarden, Eanesville, 0. IUUMITinO museatn soia t a raa
Feet; $3200JM; also 0e acre of land lIaug3mos. e allB kids- p- m ry.
and small house at Brs Stion. J. OR SAI-Beauttful block in N ew rates tobilstt uaem as
N. Andrews N. Paaox St. City. T tNo.12. For cash 41. l .s. LOTN.--Back aad wlte pointer pup.
S13 a- I Apply to A. M. McMIUan, Coort Hoa ~oa ..L. py Sunday, about 3 months old.
t FOR SAI.--My resideace on East la *lwl l. LamAnswer to name of 'Queen." Re-
S Hill, either ideluattg ,whole block' O ( ,aTUATON I toall meAlas d for return to 36 E. Gregory St.
of twenty lots 40x1371-2 feet each or Che*asWWI &a d an aaloaded tree r TO IAAFN ONX 8SMO 3aglit8t
quarter block of ave lots. Apply t charge e makes thet photeI a ca O tlaN aad al LOT.-Iletween Intendencia street
my oace. Thoice a Bs ling tor tartBn IOdi fo s otf. %e a lte aotluteryearsal security at: wst rate and union depot, think on depot r
r particular. C. W. Hagerman. an. Bastert Ba lpas a aeseod car about 11:40 a. m. yesterday, a
Saglm. NTS ex er esuts ,. pocket book with one key and some'


r,2.- pa%" u ri: n .rhanui-i' business, WALL TINTS by experts; results u y oh Lde miu pWq
SI (l',.n ti.n r hard wood mill; ha'e FOR SAII OR T.-New 7-room.Lu teed Flrchldd Re, PSo a A1 A1) to oan In mouantr Of seri a hn" Finder wl- Opoeri
!<(,, cr. ,o Io timer lands Ad- house at Gouolding; larde yard. 4 ljulyim -IUIUU 5500.00 ad up atand 8 la Itt at Ne Orleans Goeryl
SJ F y, Westville, Fla. .shade trees, near railroad, ffty feet $ -o ur 7-, per cent. interest Thos. C. Watson a Cso.
Ia,. w well and outboases. A good bargain. IOR SA.-Two pa. extra fe &A Co. g
'LiLS XANf)No. 1WestApply to postmaster Godi FWk young Mules, sound and In good &0
WIA asN SI NT'-eUD eit. o. 17 Westu O condition. Also one b4aorse Studet
lAa SN rI. cit'.v 2 se-u w" 2"F SA --* baker w gon.-,W. S. Garoeld. e41riwim S.e. Gflrfield. .4jun !-"l
Co wants ysour noyng nd bauiing. comfIOctkmle a-d cig.r located FOR laO ne Cho ORES AND M -E. 9.t n. OKNM'Re,

Swa.n: e*eroidy to know that we cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbl. for Tennessee, were they owi puf-"TR hs PalaNoT Rt.
are wL.t-a' and rstia grocers and FOR SALDar lod a fine Te- CICEEN waILT preodsoes n mules which will be on sale on OwMhI w 12 abd O to oS
sti .. :,t p,. stand. New Orleas a.ue h re. Ca-n be see at P's Makes owls esp aiwell September 7. Wait for the arrival
Grocer& 00 "as. McHugh, Prop. stable. ela & Ttos. 5au. Te cheapest tood to be fd. & of this stock. 29 as
AR--- o a.. I Co P.paying e.aCOIboasI. & .tis . PAT O CAMPBBLL
H~NTE--Tour elecuic work o all tm BALi-At a enae. m PIANO TUN in. Mobil, AI YLw. 4
kIm i .....e u cleanyor teAs rro ncl at i rooms i .O rI wok...a..t t I worked at this years in Mobile, AlAw.
,ae )L7o u cTleta d youir ia3, re s 4m st L m ,en. ~ Ala. I will satisfy you in price and Ream 4l Thles" Sulidlg
, .oU .Ud0. o Var ra e l o 3 quality of work. J. Conrad Scott, 244
-c- .o..- le. s r r e- ll., am leav FOR SAL CHEAP---My ath-year- East regory St., Pensacola.
UU tepooea 3.3l. m Laa- W .Florida, No. p 8Ig. 1 Alaosome, Iee *MISI ILA McKIN,,AY will re-open LAW, EAL S TATE, LOANS AND
et re D-Hau hOPe te, 6o-- 8 Lt --a .. =nregere asd tansferreld Carl, at. her private school Mondy, eptem-. S TIONS.
work onc Done 323. asnilfam' FOR SAL-Sw Barber Chirs for sale. registered and transferred. Carl Set. r p c on&OS f Wr*i PALAN A OMANA.
Thoa Acoa Wh it-2 ; on. P alt I auglm* terrlnd. Chipley, FIa. 8y be 4 at her residence, 50t E. Wrg8th AcluLAPO
-.r O 2A oth ha block l 211 FOR SAL-Kill the gerims o feve r- ,A t Terms verre sonabltoSth ncl. .
wS' D-es tor Th' Joraft "mnt 400 soat on 18th street, by order a barrel of slack lime today. ur Terms very rea e.
C itt a Pco.Lad Ps"rus Cs w 3 Vw Park a-;lso hone tullm Old newspapers are good for my A t2 -'yIl ee-U-tI .


Wll on C. Seasacinol 17 bkO rTr2s 4.-Small farm 1 Ml oo1 aer2 seoag 7 4n
ls -, taM e__ :nt reatoso ice e. V e Path t by 1 ayct N adN, Doi R Gnt. 8rAS VIta-






hoedPrrtJFTco Mos. sihd--Good e ri o P x
,%e Aeja wt Journd oas. Ot R -n Be A PYaz* tat in m now for.o" s DC ES bUIT C De VA-.A
sa. t e eU l riew down the FOR RENT.-12 rooms bose corner 1JSS AND GRIPS tii thmo.hI0
tt seed i s s O bayo nd do-i te ay n vbe.. Hayne and Wright streets Apply and prompt repaired. at F. B. B-cs9
Mie pleg gdC roa s A V. Sans.d Ae b. u snd G arfiedon. rrau W PA. :
ipA.lnSw a s. y S o RaA. A --V u T.-alarmioI W-. S Gt~ airfield. fal r a or" ,I'R.A... 7 A.





2XAV,^ rN-- h &a.sf- kin, M- uIWNBT.-Besidece lately o S ?StSce. N5 IM P NtA
a halin HPeuAM _. Uar o ". 1-h ot" 9Ms ft' side city limits on coty hard PIANOTINING-AiIePLrde to do r.- "tl dI
ed baltn e ur aLlbr p ie road, with six room hou1; Wind mill; tuning and repairng. Guarantee W, S ITH,
"tc' hao a m of alio m_ a water pipe i n yard u d yan through saIsactio.. 17 years experienctee. J
.e FLL. I as"colU. oic, ad- a hou se. Rent reasonable. Apply W. Conrad Scott, 244 LGregory. Sj m' iI
es tc eaJewer c sy F McClellan, at First National Bank, BiuLASW AGL L--uIood weavvFy Wms. P cfgelwDi 0GO
i aor ay. Ws m p mm..an MR RENT.--S rooms at 400 W arv- iee e heway. wl mI I hel eto y
n *ed U S. .- dan lugs lw* he Adr5'a J. le. T h ple. W6 l .
k. TaL Byh s...r b ao-l r-a -to r urd .Rl*---LrrineR Houe. comer ft
l t'ur --- ol, tll lr o od. am willl R yne and Belmont swreet:. Applyv REAL _TArL -
^ -.- ^o Ia a X.I a l--aIn Uaa lt l w-
a^n_ l& ""o .G f. I a the gund and we WM. ,m + =
-'t- artd~a awl47e t P WnireatT- hMMo i. tM_-N o .. _al _l eosona IstTu

,Rp ki* .ORy..r..r m.e Pas.. P. oas quia- e t rreel ) o
,:___ o-n0-. cv ,:: car -.. ,- ftr an m is P onewm r yousei
H oL WANT.ch stB. ale. tl- 0 .E.
I-t A .r 5se I aCf. 4 V. O .T .-Rsimdce ntoy a-. ..w .1 oeot ba .. + .
-A nan of ability to tak ee Icy.a Ts ~qi


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.M&Mded DO e. han at a I an 7 ,ed. a pr wet I-i r e"eC
FOR SA -it

Mso-Co-morta dwele tag on WNot ah ltil tif l rL4 e: o W ft:
large lot .'
20-Thwe+ t ver es o irblea itheng oes tory etllw, te t a t *
Wo0-0sIirable pitoee of property with lot W p0x- fat Mr P9M1i
attret, rntingi at $300 a yesar If opid at onp
00-4 arge oue-story dwelllrn on North laise atrest
64w.eTiO4tdry dwelling on Wrigbt rtr4t, enxeitpt nelc-ortwS
00-Twrortory dwelling on North EiU if sold st ocs.
756-Thre rery desirable builnig lots on Bat Bm, exceIlent v eit
borhood&
S25-Deurable lot on East Mll 69x110 feet, t sold at oeoe.
Other desirable building lots on East HIU ranmn toma 5I0 o, ox
nlacg to lmloe.at
Special Advertisembnt
One of the lprettlit guiding lots on desirable Corner R North
H1I, with Southora expobsre, 187 feet by 150 feet, must
be old at once ................. ......... .........

Those. C. Watson & Co
LEADING RIAL C8TATi, RENTAL AND INSURANCE AGENTg,
Cor. Palafox and Garden trees-.
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BANK ADVERTISEMENTS.


W31. H. KNOWLES. Prsl-istl
THOS. W.*BREpNT, Ast. Cshler.*


W. A tHTUI Jit, V.-Piea. n d Cas.
W. N. ROBMM, AM. Cashiw


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afety Depoit um- For Rent# in rswetIon with wrda w
have a Nvpte Decsrtnae for the use of Rintem -

$*Vings ~etooat-Interest PAN on PO
pslt, etsetet 4 ~per o wt per AnDuMU

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OItIcAe National Danki,
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QI~~~Z~raa. OnLlites 61"2f169
1 SMSIIINQ BUGI TRAN"sCTE
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3i 04R, Vice-Prsidet.
Dl~etee-L Jtme, W. DeC. Kasie,, ft.
THE PWVPIV4 BANK Of PENSACWA&
Mr~--;)~'k'vim ; R~~w1 W. Do& koode, P. ; B ~
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H. L. COVINGTON, Presidet M. E CLARK, CauIsr.
C. W. LAMAR, Vke.President. JNO. PFEIFPER, Aat. Cashler.

THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
OF PENSACOLA, FLA.
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES
Capital Stock, $200,000 Surplus, $40,000
Henry &L Covington, 'S. J. Sshes.
J M. Pfelffer. A. M. Avery,
Bryan .Dnwody, W.H. Mlton, J
rank elly, _w. LU. Cawthon,
W. S. Rosasco, 0. A. O'Nesl,
T. F. MoGonrin, Dr. W. J. Hann
F. I. Brawner, McKenzie Oertmln
C. W. LAmar, Alex McGowhi,

J. R. anders, M. .Cor 4tes.
Accounts of Sanks, Individuals, Corporations, and Firms S1 oteli.
Porr per cent. Interest paid on Time Depoefs.
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CAPTAIN

BaIg EDIUNlDSON'S
LAUNCHES

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a be chartered by the hour, day or
wr. Terms, reasonable.
Pakin Tackle and Cookilg Ut.e
afs tralbed i desired.


PHONE 204


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OWNER.




LAUNCH STEPHEN


CITY WHARF LAKI B.


Opan to charter by private parties
or fishing trips, bathing, or other
ummner creation.


Formerly ship's boat for Spanish
eruiser Isla de Luson, one of Dewey's
Prio captures.


Ba full canopy and Il
fgrtable boat In the bay.


most com-


MAX KLEIN, . OWNER.
PrTER VERDICHIA, CAPTAIN.
SPHONES, 8 aB nd 107.
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THE QAOSOEN STREET EPWORTH
LEAGUE WILL RUN

TWO EXCURSIONS
...to the.

Ufe Saving Station

Tuesday, Aug. 29.

ft steamer "-Marc" will leave
* tL wharf at 3 p. mn, returning at 7.
Mviagf again at 7:30 p. m.. returning
Stime for the car.

'a FmREUIUENTS SftRVED .
FARE:
A MS.TI, am. -:- CHILDREN, 29c.


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to 2, blk. LU % IgI Tracn
200.00, losl 1 to i, blk
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wody, $1,06.6.6, W. h7 ft. lot
6 ft. lot U, Sec. 51, Tp. 2
W.
Geo. W. Howe to ame, $5
other considerations, lots 11
187, New City.
Same to same, $200.00 a
considerations, lots 16 and
187, New City.
Same to same, $1.00 and o
alterations, lots 19 and 20,
New City.
F. N. Levering to J. F. Dui
and other considerations, 1l
25 are& Sec. 14, Tp. I S. R.
S. Donaldson to same, $10
other considerations, all in
above.
BenJ. Hilton to J. J. Sulli
and other considerations, loti
8, blk 118, East King Tract,
Numbering.
A. M. McMillan and L. E.
J. D. Waters, $100.00 and c
siderations, % interest in S.
Arpent lot 8 and W. 71 ft. A
12, Old City.
W. P. Brownson to W. N.
$105.00, 3 acres in Sec. 15,
R. 31 W.
W. N. Williams to N. W. I
$105 and other consideration
property.
N. C. McMillan to C. 1. I
$300.00, S% of SW% iand'
E% Sec. 30, Tp. 2 N. R. 30 W
Henry, Wlijah and John Hie
lotte and Jas. Adams, Lena I
Weedon. Mary Smith, iza a
Hicks to C. R. Barrineau, I
other considerations, NW%
Sec. 10. Tp. 2 N. R. 31 W.
A. B. Avery to J. F. Benn
lots 1 to 3, blk. 6 Petterson
S. Z. Gonzalez to Angelo S
$1.00. 20 acres of Gonzalez
Grant.
Reia. H!,ln to Thos. Nei
lots 3, 4 ana 5, bik. 118, E. K
Belmont Numbering.
M. E. Davis to Benj. Hilto
J. Sullivan, $1.00 and other (
tions, lots 6 to 17, blk. 70,
Tract, Belmoni Numbering.
J. D Waters to L. E. Broo
and other considerations. on
terest In S. 25% ft. Arpent,
W. 71 ft. Arpent lot 12, (ld
N. W. Nicholson to Richa
tain, $25.00, lot in NW%4
Sec. 26, Tp. 3, N. R. 31 VW.
U. S. A. t3 Viclet Ti'umr
stead, SWt V of SW%, Sec.
N. R. 31 W.
Violet Burton to W. C. I
$50.00, same property.
P. Lindsay by admin. to sa
NW% of NE%, Sec. 10, Tp.
31 W.
Philip Hannah to Robt. B
and other considerations, lot
% lot 2, blk. 96, Petterson
A. A. Fisher to Moses
$150.00, lot 8, blk. 3, W. Ki
James 8. Herron to G. Gua
H. HarrisOn, $750.00 and o
sideratioan, N. 97 t. of E. 78
Old City.
Wm. J. Whitehouse to Ben
$1.00, lota 4 to 7, 14 to'16, I
and 13, bik. 12 New City.
Same to Chas. H. Edgar I
blk. 11C g. KXg Tract and
117L Tra. ct, Belmont Ni
lot 1, Saec. 1, Tp. 18. R. 29 1
5, Sec. sTp. 1, 8. R. M W
Aethmfa S"eers ShulId K
tey's BDaey and Tar a
many eamat a o lkna that
idmde orylas. M.a Ado
ug, 11 West TMVrd Statt. D
lows, writs: "Aeevere eoldd
twelve yd s o w bs a ete
anally gw ato IM thaa.
medBal ilW available could
me more thea tmapotmy relief
Hoam ad TW was recomme
one fty-et bottle entirely
of asthua which had bee gr
me far twav 3rs, a If 1b
it at *0 I woRld"h
saved at Wgor ."a
DUAl- ead1gUet and ip
W-~ Jafti-wA L 800 -
QugtO THE NOy FOR
THE LA--T EXCLUU
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The best ~cordlinly, we preat tge oil and this remedy should be procured Do p m ow of a Iser
Mt gve greatest veWt off prImg Ht at once ald kept ready for instant use
I. FolW to b en ie r s no n as soon as the first Indication of any hdii? Woe &l.
andd ad It embr aM allgi .owel trouble appears. This is the Im w m~dr wga ,
owed me Inl and prvpwutip *tri the most successful treatment known ait
WSa va i0eervative sip4 ime t~0 may be relied upon witn implicit con- 4a Mw..U d
bad takea IoYsng ss Idence even in eees of cholera aInt. as& it wa. W'see
v b -. tU e For ale by all d:a'uggiata. i tor il t
V. A.
MtMrY. WM. JOHNSON & ON'S GREAT _
IF YOU BUY VOP M 4t,. .CLEARANCE SALE OF SHOES,
IAVI K S& CLOTHING, GENTS' FURNISHINM .1
ON ar wm.,s asel PrIwAY. SPTEM.
VE. TS- AlL SR 16t0 L E THEIR FULL PAW( *F
SBASTr, D 'A IN THIS PAPER.
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e.sW LOUISVIAR NASHVILLE R-. w
k. $0.1 i. Divin. ..an ...... .......
e.M c Ow1011110..... ... )8 sk7
Sb,* t. On _917afe ., DU 10920. asr "M.....*to
-assss """- Open Cloe
L. 1h BIL AHM bMg -N * IdMb iy Awb Lgl-ft. January.. .. .. .. 2.L4 1.8I
lobI 1 he N irsisfrIl At SalMt r-e'.. .. ..114.4 liii
s., Wt0. aish l *Mft t fto a1, Mr.bl toat 1 t Mer 1, M August .. .... .. .. ..1 10.9
INya O ber.... ......11. 0 11.
*lls Co~lu^ ;1 a T -Decemnber.. ** ..1118 11.25
Miss tp f P m Theii P. Spots ..i. ... ....
R. R. Co ., t r rt ii SiLiverpool Clo.ng.




p S. Rl. sI Bo lT S A no .-Dec.-Je.. .... ......8.3595 S
s. Newell, it conspow Feb.,Mah.. .. 698 607
0.n leone non &wkh 00 s tr, C., March-April ....o......6.599 2
M, Aotg 8 C Aug.-Sept.. .. .. .. ....5367 591
Lt, Mo.e. tou Tsho ryke, i Plm a w tThear. SeptLOct.. .. .... .. ..589 591
Johneon. Npa.-D__________r__e_1_0__s__e__ t beov-Dec.. ...... .......692 59M
Pettesoa- I 11__ I^ I
oticer to r tn e Wheat.
of N cn. i SPIRITS R Chicago, Aug. 28-The closing
K prices today on wheat and corn were
,9R.e j r- S, AFTER DECLINE as follows:. en. c
10 and E.
P R. I30 CiSared. '" re September. ....... ..79.4 75.4
-Moum telds, Br s, m oyle 1947, for The Savannah Newa says: Anoth- December.. ....... .. 8L3 81.2
i00.00 and Cenoa, with 397,000 s ft sawn timber, er decline in the prfce of spirits of Corn.
to 15, blk. 68,000 s ft lumber, turpentine came Saturday at the September .. .. ... .. .3.3 53.2
rlrnesto, Span as, Ornacchea, 1690, close of the market, only to befollow- December.. ...........44 442
ad other for Stonehooee Pool, with 1,012,000 a ed by a prompt rally in the late trad-
17, blk. ft sawn timber, 16,000 a ft lumber. ing, when the price reverted to the New York Stock Market
Ramon de Iarrina pana, On- opening figures. The opening was New York, Aug. 28.-Followt.g
either con- darsa, 2084, for Dunk~i with 74,000 arm, at 60c, with sales of 277 casks, are the closing prices in the principal
bik. 187, s ft lumber, 250 square bale cotton, and the close firm, at.59%c, on sales stocks today:
S1,060 tons phosphate hock of 145 casks. After the close the of- Close
nwody, $1 Sailed ferlngs were cleaned up at 60c. The Ca. P.. ............ ....160.5
ot 2 less Mountflelds, Br as, fort, enoa. receipts were 821 casks, and the ship- S. R... ............... 35.6
S2w. W Ramon de Larulnaga, Sw n as, tor ments, 294. New York was reported ,. R. Pfd.. ... .......... 100.
00.00 and Dunkirk. dull, at 63%c, and Lonon at 45-9. I L. & N..................160.2
terest in VE ELS IN RT. The rosin market opened firm, at T ... ................ 35.5
:temGe rhlp. prices below, showing an advance ct G. W......................23.
van, $100o Amstel, Dutch as, oble to order. Se on W. W. and W. G., with sales R. I.. .......... ....
s 6, 7 and Arroyo, Br as, Plough, 2307, New- of 2,081 barrels. The close was firu So. P............ ....... 6.71
Belmout castle on Tyne to GuR Transit Co. and unchaanged andwithout additional Atchisn.. ...... ......... 897
Cambrian King, Br a. 231, New- sales. In the trading after the close Mo. P .... .. .... .... ....107.4
Brooks to port News to J. A. Merritt Co. aSu advance of 59 was paid on W. W., U. P.....................136.6
nther con- Dulcle, Br as, Harrlsona.1285, Faro IE., D. and a. deciwa pe on W. to t. .... ...............81.6
S25% ft. to J. A. Merritt & Cao, I. inclusive. TIae rqQeIpts were 2,743 ....... ........55.6
rpent, lot Ernesto, Span ss, O, 16, sc e, rre and the shipments, 3,010. rie.. .... ...... ....... 50.7
Guliport to F. 0. Howe & Co. The New York mar00t was reported C. & 0.. ..... ... .. .. .. 56.31
Williams, E. 0. Saltmarsh Br as, Rogers, 2319 et a ae ut ad u3.57'n. B. & 0............i.... .. 113.5i
Tp. 3, N. Tamplco to Gulf Transit Co. N. Y. C. ...................162.71
Kaiser Ger ship Martin 110, Bre-, NAVAL STORES MEN Pa ........................... 146.
Nicholson men to Master. FORM FACTORAGE FIRM. B. R. T.. ................ 70.;
i, same Pensacola, Am -, O'eeary, 1086,! Mot.... ... .... .... ......131.7
New Orleans to Gulf Transit Co. The southern States Nival Siorei Copper... ................
Barrineau, Penrith Castle, Br ss, Lewis, 2337, Company i the name of a nf-w fac- V. C .................. 32.2
W% of b Galveston to master. storagee company for which appli:atio. C. F I ................ 46.
V. Simonside, Pr so, IA on, 1953, tor cha-ter will be ed n the T. T.................. 90.
cks, Cha.- Sunderland to J. A. Merritt & Co. ;I.eme court Tuesday, says tbh Sa:val .. S . ................. 37.
and Amos Soperba, Ital s Gustavino, 2073. rah News. Tc petitlkn for i10c Iu. X ....... .............. 104i
and Amos Guifport to J. A. Merrltt & Co. portion will be titie by MePssre. Oi;i p. .......................105.
11.00 ant arN T. McIntosh and David T. Fur3, Su.ar.. ...... ............144.6
of SKBE Fiery Cross, Nor bk, Claussen, 1399, through their attorney, Mr. George C. I. c........ ..177.
Cork to master. Heyward, Jr.
e $200 Hudson, Nor bk, Kn.-en, 771, Lo- The new company wll start out
Addition don to order. ith a capital stock of $50,000. but
Mallon.' "Santa Barbara, Port bk, Carreia, will ask the right to increase this sum- TU RPE TINE STILLS
c Mallory, 6, Oporto to H. Ba s & Co. to not more than $100,000, and will U rPECNTIIE STILL .
cow pen, $oon2ra have its headquartctfh.at Savannah, C
well $225 Donna Christina, Am i Axelsen, but seeks the ptvilee of etabishin McMllan Bros. .
gTract165, Belize to master. ranch offices and agents in other
SHjalmar, Am sch, Axeleen, 65, Key places in Georgia and elsewhere. The Manufacturers,
on and J. West to Gulf Transit Co. business to be conducted is that of a MOBILE, ALABAMA.
nidera Noas, Rua sch, Sneedse, 333, Glou. general naval stores, timber, timber
W. Kin center to Master. products. merchbaioise, hardware and
W. Kin t_ ail other articles ot personal property. C O
s, bStripped cf all technical details the
ks. 81.09 IVE YOUR HAULING TO concern proposes to carry on a busf T
iethird ln-i c t Te 0 ess similar to that of the nava! Fine 4hoiosimph h
lot 9 an stores factorage firm t already etab-1
thrd Fon-
City. ihcd. Pgensacola Fl rido
rd Thor. Tor ro Both of the petitioners are rswel'
of NW/ 4HAULING oF EVERY .pqN and most favorably hnown in the Io-
SNW HAULO OF EVERY De t ON (al naval stores business. 'Mr. M
as, hom SPECIAL ATTENTONIntosh has for some years been con-
25, Tp. 2, PECIAL ATTENTION VE TO nected with Messrs. Chesnutt &
BAGAE O Neill, in charge of the sales depart-
Iarrineau, PHONE ,7. meant of the business while Mr. Furse PaOSPE BITY
S$70.00 P. O. CX. 07O. has held a responsible place with Mr. L i
me .70.000 James A. Farie. Jr.. a prominent na-
2, N. R- val stores man. In add!tlon .to these
gentlemen a number of naval stores, lIN TH E
ear, 91.00 producers are interested in the com-nip n Iu
1 and ; pany. The offices of the concern wit,
Addition. b in room No. 501 Germania Bank ST A BLE
Williams. building. They will be opened Sep- c
ing iract. timber 1. Active business will be i
rdlna ani begun October 1. 1
their con- _
ft. lot 35. -A Warning to Mothers.
ij. Hilton. Too much care cannot be used with T. '.awl[ , 'r
tart of 12 small cnlldren during t2e hot weather i
No two men ooa or the summer months to guard Fd bvia..l It' goodJ,
51.00, S% Is it e ttm.on e t n. -- against bowel 'troubles. As a rule it' 8% blk. pas that the smHq style Hat is orly necessary to givB the child a t,
nmberln, will be equally bmha 4o all dose of csti'r oil to correct any di- t
V. and lot omet? We are incHaed to tInk f.
substitute, but give the old-fashioned dam Ci .l imiti1
ton that e gon t u p cast ( or oil, and see that it Is fresh, as .
mow f111 .. rancid oil nanaeates and has a ten.
i ,ea.e CSrS 11 VTiTnr dency to gripe. If this does not check C.
^ -^ M B the bowels give Chamberlain's Colic. Ol s
Iph Dae of shape wst, h brim*. Cholera and Dlarrhoci Renedy and i
*avepiDn heights .orCi mad a< then a dose of castor oil, and the dti-
IaotS es rinagS, the atq'S U r t3e eae will be checked in Its incipiency U--*--^ -*
Suiit satehetoN ad all danger avoided. The asto MN a .


27 Eat Garden Street


I TERSELY TOLO
j BU6IEMM LOCAL& #
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Hendrix a Qerpetew gio i
timatse ci bon" 4ig sad i"tafg
Bud give pserJmUttrant ta work
M a Strom imi r*2CU j IAR&V
tJADaa.
streets.
'VleKlimlSr OU 00&-ft., wholu
,nd reil shi a madlr 6 10 0ro01
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a peasseea V~ w k "to alL
Whyus =0t abdra wM, heN6 yo
an buy Keiss DoWda ?rmSh Di"ky.
Kam I Anse or OJ1 "e 9"d M, C. V.
Guarantered esmt.v
homuo's 86 ct. 1bh*.stoa

mere taflfttboaa
The. style si the W.M wooodorn
o( Acosta & Vift lam -bobn chma~d
to Z. a Aats & -a& I~rda be
wtih to bar 1 Ml ow waa ebP ".
the Wl ad wfttr va their
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Haven't sain~ yv In some time.
Am selling "USANCIS," a good one, of cowmr
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Why, to be sure, th 'famous Mobile Cigar, made by PmAdtrer
Cigar Mfg. Co. IBerybody wants them, everybody calls S tAm,
everybody smoking hahq. m
Never heard of the TIRANCES." Mr..Has Bsm?
Y-e4, I've hal some calls for them.
W-e-Il, take my order for assorted sbta, as I mast a them.
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