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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 30, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Latest Telegraphic New Service- and c-uished by The associated
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T HE WE.ATHER: Partly clouds
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&a!, ihiow-rr Thursday; partly
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NO 209.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 30, 1905.


A


PRICE, 5 CENTS


THREE FEVER CASES

IN PENSACOLA


LRST-111' PEACE


AJUST ANI


TO ROOSEVELT IS

GI VEN THE GLORY


JapaWitidraws Claim for Indenm- I U IP
r,* and Makes Other Laud- 4J NEW lCASE


abie Concessions


PREPARE TREATY


AND 7 BETHS


'Wi BE Co eted B End esterday'sRecrd of New Oreans
W, ,11 BE .om.;',eted By Endu C m h
.s W_ Fever Cases Shows
of 1i:See. W .
Little Change.
_- R, S-- JAPANESE CON-
A MATTER OFHIS- JEFFERSON PARISH
--- ', 'TREATY OF PORTS-<
.- .ILL GO DOWN AS
: REATEST IN ANNA 5 35Cases DiscoeredThereAmong


(.r .;RN DIPLOMACY.

Sy Associated Pres.
-- '- -. ..


Po-tsrnouth. Aug. 29.-Peace
r-t*rrn Rus.a and Japan was
:-a1- >a;!y concluded at this
,"'-rnng's conference. In the
-.a struggle the Russians
a:,' -vec a victory. For the
6ae cf peace tie Japanse
P"et the ultimatum of the czar
a'c abandoned the r demands,
-o: only for reimbursement
#L- the cost of the war but
a o, for the purchase of the
,.otern half of Sakhalin.
Iusia agreeing to a division
o' the island. Japan ale with-
. rew articles ten and eleven
a' the peace condOto.Mm oigi-
* p rposed and a dsmand
o** the surrender of the in-
te--ed warship and a mlnita-
tc" of' Rums's naval power
r te Far East. The onfer-
e-ce aajournsd to three o'clock
s!. afternoon.


CHINESE WILL


PAY INDEMNITY


Big Railroad Deal In Which J.
Pierpont Morgan Has Con-
trolling Interest


CONFERENCE BETWEEN


MOR-


GAN AND PRESIDENT ROOSE-
VELT IN WHICH DECISION TO


ACCEPT INDEMNITY
MADE.


Portuguese and Spaniards.

REMOTE LOCALITY WHERE PHY-


SICIANS AND MEDICINES ARE
HARD TO GET, BUT RELIEF


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WILL BE SENT IMMEDIATELY-
NINE CASES DISCOVERED AT
NATCHEZ.

By Asociated Pres.
*
New Orleans, Aug. 9.-The ;z
report of the fever situation to .'
six p. m. today Is a follows:
New cases 46 total to date
1,U22.
Deaths, sevea; total 267. -.
New foci, nine; total 429. :
RetmaMng cases uaner treat-*
ment 174.
a*


IF THE OLD MAN IS GOING TO


*1 New Orleans, Aug. 29.-The situs- WHY NOT HAVE A NEW MEMBE
-. .-<'-*-'#* "*( X tion continues to be of a most hope OF INVESTIGATIONS?
ful character and the confidence of
*.. N H., Aug. 29.-The the federal authorities is growing thpt
S war between Japa: the fever will practically disappear TREET CAR CO.
-- n. nd. The terms of before frost. The excellent treatment
b.. y M. Wkte and of the disease has resulte.i in keeping
.. ii, and theprelim' the cases under treatment down to AND CITY COUNCIL
., ,'-.. "for an armistice comparatively low figures. Of the ena-
1: ', :h actual work'tire number sick so far. nearly three-
STr,-a\ of Port-, quarters have been discharged, cured
;' acrrent, w.s I or convalescent. BOTH HELD RESPO4SIBLE FOR
Ma-ns. Rusia's s The most important development COLIMION BETWEEN STREET
a. yer. and Mr. today was the report of Dr. Bradley
ti\. ars lrA: i after a tour of inspection through Jef- CAR AND FREIGHT
;.-, r reign ,.fufc. ferson parish. Without completion
\ ,'.oi he complet- the investigation has turned up 35 TRAIN.
,. e k cases of yellow fever, learned that
S .,f the con- deaths have already occurred, and
S:.. ,, a:, would have'found much suffering. The patients By Associated Press.
r the hLroic are mostly Portuguese and Spaniards, -A coroner's
Roosevelt, fishermen, living in a section difcut jury has returned a verdict in cornne
'to reach and where the physiciansjury has returned a verdict in connec-
tint erne and mch and where the p- icians tion with the accident between a
inere and medicines are hard to get. Re- street car and a Butte. Anaconda and
S ,': o Ru-s- lief will be sent immediately. the night of
.Paclnc freight car on the night of
e, re There s official confirmation of th August 20. in which ten persons lost
n yellow fever at Natchez, where nine their lives and many others were in-
S' i- yellow fever cases and several sis- jured. According to the verdict the
: :1 oi- picious cases have been discovered. Butte. Anaconda and Pacific company
n ::" i :, .'d to Dr. Guiteras will be sent to take had failed to install gates at the street
- .,,wk .a ok- charge there. car crossing and the city council was
-. ok- Nine held negligent for failing to compel
1- :: p ac." Nine Cases t Natche. the railway to put in the gates.
S- ra ilcallyv Natchez. Miss., Aug. 2S.-Dr.
SEugene Wasdin. of the Marine Hospi- OLDEST NEW YORK
tal Service, arrived today and afte- a
careful investigation announced that BUSINESS MAN DEAD.
'here are nine cases of yellow fever. Theodore Wal
~ -.'" -; and five suspicious eases. Seven of New York, Aug. 29.-Theodore Wal-
:he announced cases are negroes and lace Todd. for more than 50 years
A *T BERLIN THINKS 9 all within a radius a few locks. head of what Is said to be the oldest
: PORTSMOUTH TREATY precaution by screening business establishment in New York
* :- PORTSMOUTH TREATY Eery precaution by screening tudle e H 80
umig g ha been take., City, died yesteralay. He was S0
fumigating has been taken ears old, and the firm of which he
S: -Japan w.n was the head, until he retired five
a vor. Rus"s A MEMPHIS IS RAW years ago, was established prior to
S- 'c '. anj ON SURGEON WHITE'1790.
R"K,,-'t*' ',eom*n, the Oln I Mr. Tood belonged to one of the
S : n national New Orleans. August 29.-Coside- oldest New York families. His peo-
I . ha* ,er- able interest was manifested pie have been prominent In the social.
;: today in despatches from Memphis business and religious life of the city
S: for two centuries. Among his numer-
cus surviving relatives is President
>-.?4** (Continued on Second Page.) Roosevelt


NEXT SUNDAY


NEXT SUNDAY


NEXT SUNDAY


/
BE KEPT ON THE JUMP ALWAYS WITH THESE INVESTIGATIONS,
R OF THE CABINEt FOR THIS WORK AND CALL HIM SECRETARY



BASEBALL NOT GUILTY ARE


August 29


By Associated Press.


American League.
Chicago 8, Washington 4.
Cleveland 0, Philadelphia


6, (first


PHIPPS BROTHERS

WERE CHARGED WITh. SHOOT-
ING THREE FI UHM.-LMIN
NEAR EDEN6,bRG,
otni Akin


WAS


By Associated Press.
Oyster Bay, Aug. 29.-It was an-
nounced here this afternoon by the
president that the emperor of China
has cancelled rights and concessions
of the Canton Hankow railroad and
as an indemnity the Chinese govern-
ment was to pay to the owners of the
road, the American-China Develop-
ment Company, $6.750,000. The de-
cision to abide by the determination
of the Chinese government was reach-
ei at a conference yesterday between
the president and J. P. Morgan, the
firm of which Morgan is the head,
controlling the property.

BIIBONIC PLAGUE'

AT PANAMA

PHYSICIANS DO NOT THINK DIS-
EASE WH.,L SPREAD AND 1NO
QUARANTINE DE-
CLARC0.

By Associated Press.
New York, Aug. 29.-One case of
bubonic plague is officially reported
from La Boca, according to a Herald
dispatch from Panama.
In a building where the victim lived
150 men also were found in the sleep-
ing quarters. Sixty of that number
are under observation with slight
ftver. thmnght to be malaria.
No quarantine has been declared,
but the exposed men are in detention.
The physicians in charge do not an-
ticipate a spread of the disease.

BIG R. R. MERGER


ame.) W I L.I -
Cleveland 2, Philadelphia 4, second1 WAS APPROVED
ame.)
Detroit 2, New York 0. By Associated Press.
(St. Louis 0. Boston 2. Edenbur, Aug. 29.-The trial of .1.
---,__ 2S. and J. C. Phipps, :sons of Henry
National League. Phipps, of Pittsburg, who are charg- SOUTHERN PACIFIC WILL TAKE
Philaaelphia 2, Pittsburg 3, (first ed with shooting and wounding three OVER ROADS IN ARIZONA
ame. fishermen at the Beauforte castle es-
Philadelphia 5, Pittsbrg 6, (second tate, which was leased by Mr. Phipps, AND NEW MEXICO.
nme.) was held here to-day. The jury re-
Brooklyn 3. Cincinnati 7. turned a unanimous verdict of not
New York 5. it. Iouis 4. guilty late this afternoon.By Associated Press.
.Jin trk, 2 C irstf ,,i 1 .


Southern League.
At Atlanta: New Orleans 7, Mont-
gomery 0.
Memphis 4, Atlanta 3.
At Chattanooga: Nashville 7,
Shreveport 4.
Birmingham 4, Little Rock 5.
South Atlantic League.
Charleston 0, Columbia 2.
Savannah 2, Macon 3, (first game.)
Savannah 5. Macon 2, (second
game.)


CHINESE BOYCOTT

THE CHIEF TOPIC

INTEREST IN IT OVERSHADOWS
EVEN THE PEACE NE-
GOTIATIONS.


Augusta 1, Jacksonville 5. By Associated Press.
Pekin, Aug. 29.-The boycott of
REPORT OF CONDITION American goods almost overshadows
OF NATIONAL BANKS. the peace negotiations as a topic of
--- d P interest in China.. Accounts reach-
By Associated Press. lng Pekin say that the movement
Washington. Aug. 29.-The comp- reached its greatest strength early in
troller of the currency to-day issued August and since then has been grad-
a call for the condition of the nation- ually decreasing. Nowhere with the
ai banks at the,close of business, exception of in Shanghai has all busi-
Atgust 25, 1905. ;ness received a serious blow.


NEXT SUNDAY NEXT SUNDAY


San Francisco, Aug. 29.-The stock-
bolders of the Southern Pacific Rail-
road company, represented mainly by
proxies at a meeting in this ity,
have voted their approval to the re-
cent merger of the Southern Pacific
Railroad Company of California with
th( -outhcrn Pacific Railroad compa-
nies of Arizona and New Mexico.
rollo.wins this action the stockholders
voted to increase the capital stock of
the corporation to $160,000,000 and to
issue bonds for that amount to meet
requirements of merger and the re-
funding of the old bond.i.
The merger includes all the Harri-
man lines between San Francisco and
El Faso. excepting the Southern Pa-
cific coast road between San Fran-
cisco and Santa Cruz and the Central
I'acific line in California which ex-
tends from Lathrop to Goshen and in-
cludes the ferry system between this
city and Alamada county.


NEXT SUNDAY


All of Them, However, Are Co
valescnt and It Is Thought
Disease Will Not Spread


ALL ARE GREEKS


District Has Been Quarantined
and.Guards Placed Around It

DR. PORTER THINKS r~"SAIf
CAN BE EASILY CONTROLLED
AND ISSUES STATEMENTSHOq4.
ING CONDITION AND ADVISING
PUBLIC WHAT TO DO-iN
ALARM FELT.


Three cases of what is p'louirde
yellow fever were discovered in Pen-
sacola yesterday afternoon, but in
,each case it was found that the pa-
tients were convalescent, and that the
type of disease was very mild.
Those who were found to have co-
tracted the disease were Manuel
Migul, of No. 144 East Government
street (Geo. Bell's old 'rult stand)
and Geo. Klonio and Chris. Thimoras,
at the corner of Intendencia and Tar.
ragona streets. All of the parties are
Greeks and have resided here er a
number of years.
Dr. Joseph Y. Porter, the State
Health Officer, who ha been In the
city for several days, believes there
is no little danger, provided the citi-
zens carry out the instructions of th.
board, and thinks that the fever can
be stamped out without spreading. He
asks that there be no excitement or
confusion and that everyone attend
to business and help the health au-
thorities to attend to their work.
Dr. Porter last night issued the tol-
lowing statement to the public:
Dr. Porter to The Public.
Pesacola, RIal Aug. 29, 1905.
To the Public:
Three e Greeks, Wfth character--
Istic smtoms of yellow fever, nave
"bef font I l Pfa is-s l They were
without medical attendance, and their
sickness was discovered by Dr. War-
ren E. Anderson, agent of the 3tat3
Board of Health at Pensacola, through
a rumor. The State Health Oicer
confirms the diagnosis of these cases.
How these persons became intectea
is not now known, as It is asserted by
those supposed to know of their pre-
(vious whereabouts that neither of
them have been out of the city for
two months or more. Very little can
be gotten of their sick history, as they
speak English poorly, and, as a race
are naturally timid and secretive, Im-
parting very imperfectly and hesitac-
ingly any information of their domes-
tic history; but enough nas been ob-
tained, to fix the date of their sicken,
Ing on Thursday, 23rd, and Friday,
24th.
Manuel Migul llvessat No. 144 IEast
Government street, in a room back or
his fruit shop, and the other two, Geo.
Kionlo and Chris. Thimoras, at a
restaurant or fruit shop, corner of la.
tendencia and Tarragona street
(Continuedi on Third Page.)
.. .. . . . .. .. .. .

- ASSOCIATED PRESS
GAVE FIRST NEWS. 1
* London, Aug. 29.-The AssO-
Selated Press brought the tU *
Announcement of the results of
* the Portsmouth conference in 0
*- time for the afternoon papers.
SAt the foreign office lord 0
SLansdowne expressed profound t
Astonishment, saying this was
Sthe first intilation the govera-
Sment had received. The Asa--
Sclated Press is informed hbat S
She Anglo-Japanese treaty is re
Leased by the decision of the *
* Portsmouth conference, but Its *
Terms are not to be given oat #
Sun4il the government 1I offcial.-
* ly notified of the result of the 5
* peace conference.



NEXT SUNDAY


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CONGESTIVE CHILLS
-the r eslt of poor, thi blood and bad
Station. They ocear mor especially
the warm weather.


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likes rich, red blood and strongelrculation.
aids dpr-rtion; soothes the nerves; hardens
e iscles; strearthens the heart's action;
,akes the brain clear and alert; the eve
right; step el.stic, and fillsone with health,
Vigor snd ambition. Ued exclusively for
~verhalta century by leading doctors ana
Ispitala whenever a pure, gentle, invior-
bt'ng tonwc-samulaot in called for. Abo-
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For Many


of the Ills

to which humanflesh
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Long Life




Liver and




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would
relief.


prove a great
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NO FINER


LAXATIVE KNOWN


A bottle should be
kept in every home,
for VIan ounce of pre-
caution is worth a
pound of cure," and a
dose will frequently
save a spell of sick-
ness. e. X0 X


For Sale by

Hannah Bros.


W. B. WRIGHT & CO
Manufacturers ot
and Dealers in
LUMBER. LATHS, SAWED CYPRESS
SHINGLES AND KILN.
DRIED SAPS.
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45 NEW CASES


AND0 7 0ETHS
(Continued from First Page.)
amnowneing that charges would be pre
ferred against Surgeon White for re-
porting to Surgeon General Wymaa
that the city was infected, based on
the case of Mrs. Guerico, who devel-
eped yellow fever shortly after her
arrival here. When shown the dis-
patch, Dr. White said he aid not care
how many charges were filed and that
he intended to report facts whenever
he discovered them.


TO ROOSEELT'S


DIKOTA


CABIN


4,


Crows RFlo t bortanda E ,ps
ti n Where Rach micll
Is On Exhitimn.


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SAVED VESSEL


FROM CAPTURE BY JAPANESE
-STEAMER'S CREW TELLS
STRANGE STORY.
By Associated Pree.
Seattle, Wash., Aug. 29.-The
steamship Centennial reached part
last night after a voyage to the mouth
of the Amur river, for which place she
sailed from San ,Francisco June 12.
The officers say the fog and their cap-
tain's nerve saved them from capture
by Japanese. Under command of
Captain Strand- the Centennial sailed
from San Flancisco with a cargo, tie
principal part of which was salt, .l.
though she carried some flour. PI is
understood by the ship's officers thai.
she was under charter to a man named
Louri, who claimed that he was taking
the cargo to a cannery, which he
Owned at Niko:aievsk, which is some
Sd!st ace frn.n the month of the Amur.
The Centennial dropped anchor fifty
miles off N!koiaiesvk. Here she was
o!,ci!ed to'wait for nineteen days be-
fore she could discharge her cargo
and get away. Although the cargo of
the Centennial was said tj have been'
shipped by a private party, the fact
that work of discharging was done bv
Russian soldiers caused the officers
an'd crew to 'have suspicions as to
whether or not it was private use.
Notice, Rathbone Sisters.
Magnolia Temple No. 4, Rathbone
Sisters, will hold regular meeting
Wednesday night, August 30, at "7:30
o'clock. Ever- member requested to
attend. Initiations and celebration of
fourth anniversary. Refreshments
will be served. Mrs. H. Horsler, M.
IE.C.; Mrs. F. M. lth, M. t JC.


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Beer doesn't cause biliousness if it is aged well.

SIt's the green beer that should be avoided.

Schlitz is aged for months before it is marketed;


aged in refrigeration.


This process alone requires


nearly ten million cubic feet of room.

But the result .is


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LmMAat Ite cork or ayew er W u kaxdo


beer that is good


for you.


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


That Made Milw


"An examination of the mortuary
reports of Memphis will be founi Portland, Aug. 29.--Quetiona of
interesting In this connection," said politics and opinions for or against
Dr. White. the President's policies apparently
last week's Memphis mortuary re- bear little weight with visitors at the
port has attracted a great deal of .
cal attention. It shows that out of 54 Lewis and Clark Exposition, for the
deaths, ten -were from malaria, flve Roosevelt cabin in the North Dakota
from typhoid, two from araemla and section of the Agriculture and Horti-
one from nephrytis. Mistakes are l n h teretd
often made in diagnosis, it is contenT culture building has in terested visit
ed by local physicians. tors from every state in the union,
Meantime Memphis and Mississippi 2nd of every political creed. The
are beginning to have some of the cabin brought from the ranch which
experiences of New Orleans In the
att r hastyquartnes. Te s the President owned in the eighties
matter of hasty quarantines. Texas..
has quarantined Memphis people and and set up again at the fair, is the
Baton Rogue and other towns in Louis- striking feature of North Dakota's
lana have quarantined the whole ;tat, most interesting showing.
of Mississippi. On the other hand the A register is maintained within the
steady improvement in .he New Or- .. ..
leans situation is having effect on cabin, were visitors may nscribe
the authorities in Mississippi and it their names. Four books are now
is expected that their influence will filled with names of 75,000 visitors
be used against restrictive measures who have registered. The registered
in the future. visitors constitute only a small pro-
The authorities continue to have # portion of the number who visit the
great deal of trouble with the Itallans cabin. The total is estimated at half
in the parishes just above New Or- a million. The cabin is built of logs.
leans. Extraordinary efforts are mar.? which are whitewashed on the Inner
to conceal cases and report is made; side, and every available inch of space
of the throwing of the body of a;bears a scribbled signature. Visitors
yellow fever victim into a well near have written their names on the win-
Kenner in order to prevent the di9- dow sills and the door casing, and the
cover of the case. little placards describing the several
The fever at Gulfport has cause Roosevelt relies are black with sig.
the Mississippi coast towns which natures.
have not become infected to double
their quarantine guards and to com-
pletely stop intercourse with towns
under the ban. Ice boats from the CARDV ILF
Biloxi canning factories are not al- I t1 IILLL
lowed to enter the waters of Ocean
Springs which is seriously interfer-
ring with the shrimp business. A
section foreman who ran the quarcn- Special to The Journal.
tine in a box car has been fined $30 Caryville, Aug. 29.-J. C. Ander-
at Ocean Springs. son, vice-president anf general man-
The appearance of fever at Natches ager of the Geo. E. Wood Lumber Co.,
and Lake Providence has caused Moij- at Caryville, arrived home this morn-
roe to put on a tighter quarantine. It ing from an extended trip to Chicago
has also resulted in increased restric- and other points in the West. Mrs.
tions by Arkansas. The effect of the Anderson will remain in Chicago vis-
action of the latter state threatens iting relatives and friends for a few
to annul traffic over the Iron Mu'n- weeks.
tain. A train on that road passing While on a visit to relatives at
through Monroe has been stopped .E Blountstown, Fla., Mrs. J. BL Corley,
the Arkansas line and turned back. of this place, was taken seriously ill
Monroe is therefore without a northern a few days ago and is still quite sick.
outlet. Natchez people, however, are
making no effort to escape north
through Louisiana. They are going fIlliftitlll|lfillliilllllllllllllllll
east by way of Jackson. A lozea
coaches loaded with refugees has al- .
ready left the Mississippi city.
The local situation steadily grows
better. In spite of the cool weather IAA A
there has been no increase in the
death rate, the small number of fa-
talities in the past 24 hours having
an exceptional fine effect. On the
same date In 1878 there were 57
deat s.
Sister Mary Engelberta, the young
rellgeuse who fell a victim to the fever L -
in the convent of Perpetual Adoratilon
only entered the order two weeks ago. n
She was a native of Bavaria and Lad
been n this country three years, mak- i
ing he; novitiatee. She leaves a sis- =.
ter in the same orders and other rela-
tives in Durope.
Professor Boyce of ttie Liverpoo! ,
School of Tropical Medicine has de
livered his first lecture nt the Tern-
pie Sinai. He was given a cordial S
reception. Professor Boyce said he =
had been here long enough to real ls= =
that splendid work was being done =
under the direction of the federal =
authorities and expressed the opin-
ion that an immense service wouli be
rendered to the civilized world bh f U R -
the success of the campaign, which
he felt was Assured. Trunks


rensacoia
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L_ _j uassical bcnool.
Pr. paatorg Sc hool or
Special to The Journal. P ,
Westville, Aug. 29.-Rev. D. A. R w andl r .
Simmons preached at the Congrega- BJ 'j oy a nJ iA .
tional church Sunday. 'One of the very best secondary
John W. Watson, an attorney from schools in the South."-Prof. Walter
DeFuniak Springs, was here Saturday Miller, Tulane University.
on legal business. The Sixth Annual Session will be-
S. K. Gillis, from Del'uniak Springs, gin September 18, 1905.
was in town Saturday. The Pensacola Classical School fur-
Judge . Reeves of thelaw firm nishes the elements of a sound edu.
of Maxwill & Reeves, of Pensacola, cation.
Fla., was in town for a while Satur- It offers every advantage for prepa-
day. D fIr d. ration for the best colleges, universl-
Miss Farris DD oglfss, Freepor, ties and scientific schools in the coun-
Miss Sarah Douglass,- of Agyle, try.
ere visiting efa f Mr. GullS ts instructors are th6ftughli equip.
oere yesterday an today. s h d teachers in the department qo
on. J. A. J. Hathaway work n which they instruct.
Saturday. .Hc n r d The pupils received are limited to
Hon. H. E. Hickman returned such a number as will Insure a care
Bonfay today with two prisoners n ful supervision of the work of each.
ch ames Manning, who has been The individual is the unit of lantruc-
Mr. James Manning, who has been .
sick so long, was on the streets yes- tio ent Labator.ie for st dents or
trd. Studcience.t Labatore for tude
Mis. Sallie E. Cummings, of Pen- A sci rge, well-equicepped gymnasium
sacola, was in town to-day. A large, well-equipped gymnasm
Jcola, wsai town to-day.n Crews and a systematic course in physical
J. J. Kennedy and Clifton Crews ct ises a healthy growth of
left hereofor i... d culture insures a healthy growth of
left here for Bonifay to-day, accompany and strengthen
Mr. Tom Wright's bridge crew is 'the body to accompany and strengthen
Mr. Tom rights ge cr the mental development.
... "... h Why send your son or daughter
Miss Bulah Standley, who is teach- a y o yole^ before ropetr ter
S school in Walton county, was away to college before properly prej
ng aon con pared for college work, when every
here Monday. advantage for learning and more per-
sonal attention are offered here at
WOMAN WALKED Fometalg eer oo
WOMAN W LK D For catalogue or further information
--E%-& A.- _rr address


FKUM UOFN BKIUUE

BODY SANK IN CHICAGO RIVER
AND COULD NOT BE RE-
COVERED.


By Associated Pres.
Chicago, Aug. 29.-In sight of hun-
dreds of passengers crowded about
the rail of the steamer Eastlaud. a
woman walked from the partly swung
bridge into the river at Wells street
last night as the bridge moved back'
into place, after the passing of the
excursion boat. The efforts of a doz-
en life-savers who leaped from boats
and docks to the river were futile.,
as the victim failed to rise to the
surface after the fall.
The playing of the excursion boat's
searchlight about the spot and shrieks
of the whistle caused much excite-'
ment on the boat and among passen-I
gers In the Northwestern railway de-i
pot. Stores of suburbanites missedi
trains while they lingered about the
docks and aided in the search.
Descriptions of the woman given
by the scores of witnesses who saw
her walk from the bridge differ mate-
rially, but the police believe she was
about forty years old, and of matron-
iy figure and aspect.
RAN AWAY WITH BARBER
WHO KISSED HER.:
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Meridian, MIss., Aug. 29.-"Billie"
Williams, a barber, last night eloped
with the wife of J. C. Crimp, a nier-!
chant of this city, and it is believedi
that the fleeing pair have gone to!
some point in Tennessee.
The elopement is the sensational
denoument of a series of incidents
that at first awakened an amused
public Interest. Saturday morning
Crump maie affidavit against Wil-
liams in a justice court, charging him
with kissing his wife. This not be-
ing a statutory offense where the,
lady consents, Williams was discharg-i
ed Saturday night. Crump learned
that the couple had planned to elope
and take with them his two daugh-
ters. In anticipation of this move he,
had the pollee arrest Williams, who
was released early Sunday morning.
Sunday night he was joined by Mrs.
Crump and they took their depart-
cre while the injured husband slept.
Crump Iasta that the law pursue the
fugitives ad peamsh them as the y
ae'erve. Y


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Legal Avertismu tst to me to be the Individuals dfPrt.!l
Legal --*--l --- --Iw by said names, and acknowledgedt thla.
they executed the foregoing In' ri-
ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE. meat for the uses and purposes therli
Estate of Mark John White, Deceased; et torth.
Creditors, legatees, distributees and Glven under my hand anl d
all persons having claims or demands seal this the 28th day of Jill. A 1.
against the estate of MarA John White, 1905. JOHN J GIBSON.
deceased, of Pensacola Florida, are Notary Puhli
required to present same to the under- My Commission Expires i eb. .
signed within two years from this IS,09.
date or same will bo barred.
MARY ANN WHITE State of Georga. Giynn County
Administratrix of Estate of Mark John Before the subscriber, a Norary I'.,
White, Deceased. fec in and for said state, persona-: j,.
July 26, A. D. 1905. 26jlyoawSw peered C. Dowtling. known to ma.
be the individual described bv -.1.
NOTICE name, and acknowledged that he *t-
cuted the foregoing instrument for -':I
Of Intention to Apply for Letters uses and purposes therela et fort.
Patent. Given under my hand amd om ...l
aotie seal, this the 4th day of AAgust, A. a
Notice is hereby given that the 1904.
undersigned will apply to the Honor- R. SHERMAN
able Napoleon B. Broward, governor of My commission oepire July 18, 1I,
the state of Florida, at Tallahassee, aug9oaw4w
Florida, on the ninth day of Septem-
ber, A. D., 1905, for letters patent in-
corporating COVINGTON-SAUNDERS
LAND COMPANY under the following
proposed charter, the original of which
Is now on file in the office of Secretary CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL
of State of the State of Florida. CeNT RAL TRADES COUNCIL
We, C. M. Covarlngton, H. L. Coving- Tbhere will be a meetlg f tsL
ton and J. Sounde, of the city of body o the Imrt and third edne.-
Pensacola, Florida, and C. Downing, of delegates arch requth ested to be pr.
the city of Brunswick, Georgia, do Odult. are re .a ROBERTS.
hereby make appHcatlonfor Letter W IDELAY, PresidtL
Patent incorporating us and our asso- Secretary.
cilte into a corporation in accord- a
ance with the laws of the State of pasauta Letde fN. 3. K. st P-
Florida under tue following charter: meets .ery Mouday evening at 6
e1st. The name of th-e corporation 'clsk at tbair Catle Hail, icu
shall be COVINGTON-SAUNDERS Watson buildvig, corner Palafox A.j
LAND COMPANY, and its principal Garde street, VisitiDg breqkrqa eoQ
office in the city of Pensacola, Florida. diahy welcome 1.
2nd. The'geoeral nature of the busi- J. H. BREwrON. C. C.
ness to be transacted shall be dealing H. RORSL*- of .' R. & *
la lands and timber, and the doing of
all things incidental to sad business. Rathb one .afe P'**
the acquisition, holdtag, use and dia.- s K of P., Mets every
posIlton of all property, real and per- Tl rsday ent-ao tugt a 0
scral, which may Die necessary or con- W lock oo. ir
venient for tie carrying out of sch b th cuildoor. Blu
purposes. rat soa building, Ga'
3rd. Ts wort corner Pa afar izd
3rd. The amount of Capital Stock Gare i streets Vie'ting kaige V,
shall be TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS acrgaWe"coied A
($10.000.00) 0 lvided Into one hundred a a C RUT, C. Q
hares o a pa vle o ONE HUN- C. of R &
DRED DOLLARS ($100.00) each, the
same to be paid. in cash upon call of KnigMts etf Couw
the Directors. eetiags of toe
4th. The said corporation shall exist ar Knelg ahtt hoA,
for ninety-nine yeats from the date of aoe o We t nter lee
nthntlng Letteri Patent to it. cNo stret o ee neI
5th. The busirtes shall be conducted 31onday eveniang
by a board of three Directors. a Presi 7:30 olok. Aa lb
dent. owner mere Vice-Presidents and itation is extend
la Secretary-Trebeurer. The Directorsi to visiting Knights.
sball be elected annually at a meeting JOhN V JONES.
of the stockholders to be held on the! ED3. FOX, Grand Knigt
second Wednesday In November of Recorder.
each year, ani the officers shall be penUM& 60 N o 46 1. 0.. .
elected by the Board of directors at a Peacola Loge Na. 0 0. ,
meeting to be held on the same day. meets every Thuraday tealng at -
Until the first election C. M. Coving- at the new baell on West sd
ton shall be President, J. R. Saunders street Visitags brtbrea corj!L ?
Vice-President; and J. K. Rosier, Sec- invited. T. 0. STINSOV,
retary-Treasurr. and the Directors B R. wijjzOWtlj., 3fftrly.
hall be C. M. Covington, J. R. Basil R.,AH sI
ders and H. L. Covington. REBEKAM Is ERk
6th. The highest amountof indebted.l Mterso ell ee al4 Bbyk!b W
ziefs to which the corporation ca at tI c, et I 0 d0 h a1
.r.y time subject itself hall be ONE itig stors e Ldia.ly .r Hitedo
l1i'NDRED FIFTY THOU#V*ID 101-L.t. *eISS NETA -. OITI, o
I.ARS 1$lo0.fO.o..) rPNaM I MMI NS MANM .V rettr-
7th. The said subscriber subscribe z. AXIM IMAN. SBeets
for the following moan" of stock, to M. B. A. ena t1 meete --.. a
.-it third Wedudtay erenaWg aw 7:3 6
C. M. Covington.... 25 shares $2500 m, Raford alk No. 10 West !a
it. L. Colngton .....25 shares $2500 dencia strtLL -
J. R. Saumders ..... 25 share- 50 LW.
C. Downiag .........5 shares A J$ 500 SWM T.


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C. "'W Woodmen Circle meets eery T.
State ot frid .. dar y evening 3:30, third oor B '
DBeflge t"-bhe --r Ibn bildin, soifthwest c-
PBMC g*B a'- Nota Pa lx and Gardea streets. V
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S. .k ),in after Iwa decided to place around the in- Acroe the river are two wonderful
S. hat cor- f'td district a cordon and to prevent wooden bridges, the Moeblenbruecke.
-a I parties ,either from entering or depart- or "Mil bridge." with its quaint pic
:. in- from that section. This sectloa tures of the "Dince of death," and the
A .., wrp before will be as follows: Alcaniz street on
p ic court ? he east:, Church street on the Kapellbrueeke,or "Chapel bridge." This
S..-.. -( n bh- number si,,h: .ffer-nn street and Cush- chapel bridge was constructed as long
t 'a- :--charred, and man.s alle. on the west and Romana ago as 183 and for nea~ v 00 years
:. 5 "":. x $:. .p'tse. street on "he north. All the res;- formed the chief avem of traffic
-ncees in r is section will be tumi across the broad but sluggish stream.
I a *..", ,i : Vi. R :,;,l n Iemon ;a;ri and none of the occupants will Anciently the bridge extended its zig-
r Va .a l ., Y ,,u tak, no b, allowed to leave that area covered sag shape to nearly twice its present
S!,')\ ;, 1 .f 'he fa11" by the onaranine. length and reached as far as the Hot-
V .: "a. Tak Cordon Was Plbed kirche, or cathedral, whence Its name.
-.,'r- ,*-",': Shortly after 12 o'clock a cordon of the Chapel bridge.
1'- m.n wa, placed around the quar- In the center of this covered wooden
Nothing Known of Massacre. ~n ric. Marshal Schad an1 bridge stands the famous octagonal
..i. A',I "', N- r l- known Mayor H::,- were in charge of the Waaserthnrm, or water tower, where
.i, :;.'" ,,-. -, .,: ; :,.-j n;n and s-a:loned them at various in olden times the municipal treasure
.I.'w!.h l,--.;:.:-.- a: ;i;.. P :::-s ',, so, that no one was allowed I was stored. For ages It was also used
tio'-i"v v.I, tre:,-' 'in or out of *he district.
. in ir:- n aasss in or out of he d a prison and among the dungeon
. 1-" --! -h a :: Fur:'hrmore those who have left th s a torture chamber.
: .;*i"' i i u,;:-u di '-ic: will be compelled to return
.: : '. :nfr,- a:: r.nain until the quarantine is But the most unique feature of all
SE o\->te. consists of the curious pictures In the
PEACE LEAGUE SENDS Ot or States Notified. roof of the bridge. These old pictures-
OSEVELT CONGRATULAT!ONS. ir. Porr. in acrdance with h!s sixty-nine of them-are painted on tri-
S:-m last night sent out telegrams angular wooden panels which fit Into
B Associated hah offers in Aabama. Texas., th pitched roof the bridge. One
,. '. P -Th', Mi~i>ssippi. Charies~nn and savannah after another they tell the most salient
S' 1. -M no,:if'inr. them of the existence of ye- facts of Swiss history or portray
,a n ,v t-r. These celer-ams were events In the life of the tutelar saints
S "",'' -< a:.: Rrlv in thi night or as soon as, o the town, St. Lce-degar and St. Man-
: '-' : : was dofini:e;- decided that the rice.-New York Tribune.
.: 'h th.. n :n ca- s were Vellow fever.
.. a, o f tht mt, Dr. Guiteras Coming. TAFFY CANDY.
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OSITY IS NOT ALWAYS SIN
Iay you to iuvestigte ww pricu W boyb" WO Ye i


Sash, Doors, Bsnds


or Lamber.


also handle Palnts, s s Brick Um a Cemt.
We can save ys m ey m everytbin


nders Mill Company


29 East Garden Street Phone 717.
North Paldafo Street. Phone 130.


Why It bcc Paullig and Working.


Not Saflleently Defnlte.
Mother-I told you to give your sister
half of that apple, and you have eaten
it nil yourself. Small Son-I offered it
to her and she sucked It a little and
then pushed It away.
"She say? you didn't."
"Oh, you mean that sister. I thought
you meant the baby."


You have often wondered and have o Art lae.
even gone so far perhaps as to ask "You never hear of the Scndwells'
your scientifically inclined friend w~?y family skeleton nowadays," observed
candy or taffy madde from brown sugan Rivers.
or even molaw.se becomes white by "No" aid Brooks. "They have ae-
pulling and working. The question is cumulad Bso mn bones that every
not a hard one to find an answer for. by has forgotten its exstence.- i-
provided you look In the right place, ag Tribune
but it Is ten chances to one that you
have never seen a solution of the entg- A ,lent Partn, .
ma I print. NIbbttt--That woman who just went
Sthe exposure to the ar and the out s the partner of your joys and sor-
friction evaporate the sirup. which rows, I suppose? RIuton-She's part-
contains most of the coloring matter, ner to my joys alle? right, but when part-
and facilitate the oxidizat!on of the
carbon in the sugar, which Is always mes m o
white. Sugar contains eleven atoms her mother.
of oxygen to twelve of carbon and W c
eleven of hydrogen. The sirup drained We can help to make people bright
from this same sugar in the refining by our eenness. bht we can never ac-
process not only contains more or less oplshe anything toward nenking peo-
tf colorirg matter, but has a smaller e good except by our tenderness
proportion of oxygen to the amount of
carbon.
Still another reason why tapy is
whtene by the pulling process s be Pensacola Has Two Kinds
cae It Is In effect similar to crush- H
Ing. Pmre, clear reek candy, when
crushed, has Its powers of absorbing of Meat Markets...
light destroyed or greatly impaired. the ......
polverized portions reflecting all the
elementary colors In each ray. which,
of course results in the eye receiving
the Impreaion of white light Those where nothing but poor,
lean, grass-fed, native meats


*'Consider the porous plaster, my
son." remarked the philosopher, and
don't get discouraged. Everybody
turns his b tk on It. yet It hang oa
and eventually achieves success by
close apVltc-tlon"

Unpuctuallty Is the secure of se-
eis--for the DUnDtaL

It Is well to learn caution by the mli
frtnue of otha.-Publlt Syruas

TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION


ILOST.-A Crescent Bicycle, some-
where on Palafox street. Return
Sand receive reward. W. D. Sears.
*ot29ag2t.


are soilS, and e1t other places
where you pay double price
for what you get that is fit to
eat.

We Strike the
Happy Medium

and give you the best western
meats at ordinary prices. Iet
us send your nert Sunday's
roast. Phone 1132.


F. E. Gartland

wvernment Str eet


CHINESE NEATNESS.
The Man Ir Clean Even If His
ronndlngf Are Dirty.


Our-


Next time you are in Chinatown no-
tice the finger nnlls of the inhabitants.
You will be surprised possibly to flnd
that they are generally as clean and
bright as though they bad Just come
from the manicure.
As are his finger nails so is the rest
of the Chinaman's body. It Is one of
the queer contradictions about this con-
tradlctory people that, although their
houses are usually surrounded by a
fringe of dirt and although they don't
take to modern sanitation a bit, they
are very cleanly in their personal
habits.
The daily bath Is an Institution. A
bathtub Is not necessary. Your China-
man manages very well with a few
cupfuls of water and a wash rag.
le completes his toilet by polishing
his long nails, and every day or so he
visits the barber, who shaves not only
the scanty hair on his face, but also
his bead and the inskde of his ears.
If he can- affrd It, the Chinaman puts
on a clean blouse every day or two. It
s. no accident that these people are a
nation of laundrymen. It comes to
them naturally.-Washington Post.

Vegetable Ivory.
The vegetable Ivory of commerce is
an albuminous substance formed from
a milky fluid In the fruit of a species I
of palm Indigenous to several parts of
Central and South America. but which
seems to flourish best In New Granada nI
and Peru. It corresponds to the meat
of the cocoanut, which latter is the 0
fruit of another species of palm. When 0
vegetable Ivory Outs are ripe (they are o
covered with a brown skin and are
bean shaped, the interior being perfect- 1
ly white and very hard.

me' Tan Beutyr Needed. ;I
"You are beautiful enough to be woo- i
ed by an emperor."
"Am I beautiful enough to be wooed
by a duke?"
"Yes, indeed; but not rich enough."-
Houston Post.

Every duty whleb we omit obtcsr
some truth which we should bave
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Children's Low-Quarter Shoes and Sliper

See Show Window.

For the next TEN DAYS you san buy lownquarter Shoes of af
kjnd in our store at special prices. They must be sold. It nterest-
ed, come in and be fitted.
LADIES' CRAVENETTE COATS, for the rainy dayl--r It you
are going traveling, you should have one. We can sell you a good
one for .... .... ........... ...... .. ... .. . . .. aS
MONDAY MORNING, 8:30. TO 10 O'CLOCK-One lot Standard
Calicoes, ten yards for .................. .... .. 5 oents

Yours for Busalnes,

GREEN & WATSON.

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should have an easy, comfortable chair-.
We can supply you with the easiest office
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Suit IN PENSACOLA
(O(a da t frorm Fairt P1NTg) fr expert from Cam, who has been / b l* .N ew Orleans s t several weeks, will
SThe ma arn e no* up and walking reah Pemasool this afteraono. fit
Sabou the house, their tacksd being visit to the city was arranged *ome
Smiled but positive. tite slace, and it It probable that he
As there is -mple time to destoy will remain for tly- a few days, when,
r any steamgyin which may have oettea he will proceed to Cuba.
these patients before they become in- I
fav electible to the human, an earnest et- Mayor ile Talk
T r* -^ fort will be made to accomplish thisa 'Mayor Bliss, In speaking of the con-'
object, and arrangements are being dition, last night said, after a consul.
B perfected by which the two square In tatton with otler officials:
IC which these cases have beea found "Dr. Porter has called on the cit y
B a. bi-dally med l Inspection of all per- carry out the pians for stamping oui
sons livtra in this territory wll' be the disease, ad the' same has been
r.ived the bhad and any other cases will be car- cheerfully gives to them. The cl.y Isi
S brought *o ed for In screened rooms. The Louis- in the best santart condition it has:
... ville & Nashville railroad and water been for many years. though there art.
transportation compares have been some places that stid need attention.
Tb,-, . ~Of all the be-t directed to sell tickets only to per- The City Board of Health is more de
. ligator. sons authorlaed by the state health termlned than ever that the unsanitary
Authority, aad no one living within places remaining shall be attended to
S locks and one hundred (100) feet of the squares at once, notably among which is the
st that can where the cases are located will be property near Wright's mill and also
permitted to go elsewhere in the near Herron's wharf.
a- wa, state, and the same is to.bidden as a "The chief fight to be made by Pen
n away coe quarantine measure and restrictuan on sacollans is to destroy every mosque
.;: anT as'or'- travel. to possible, with a view to killing any
a p nsflre 0 The restricted territory is hereby infected mosquito that might exist in
1pa lons. under police guard, and is to be con- the city at present.
S . t sidered as within a sanitary cordon. "There will be no effort or means
S The citizens of Pesacola are ur- spared to eradicate the disease -t'
gently requested to screen their once.
houses, and destroy on the preieises "There is no one sick at the pres-
and in the home all breeding places eet time with the fever, that we know
t e for these insects. Use nets at night of, and any danger that might come
and fumigate sleeping rooms and from an infected person is passed,
lounging rooms daily, that mosqui- afnd the only danger is from mosqui-
t T E Btoes may be killed. Maintain e alm. toes. I would advise all to fumigate
conservative course, attend to bust their homes with sulphur, as it is
C. Goodman. Geo. Amsperger ness, and, permitting the Health An- sure death to a mosquito.
_*f thorities of city and state to attend "The public can be assured that
to theirs, thus aiding both'in taeir everything that occurs will be maaei
-- effort to repeat successfully the n- known to them, and that nothing
S, I .cident of the West Tampa eradication. whatever will be hidden. There is
R. K. WH. E W To the physicians of Pensacola the not the necessity, at the present time
Mha. n. -u:wf l aS reiv State Health Oficer earnestly asks for people to get afraid and ran away
e aedus Oaptidls that all fever cases be closely watch- as formerly, and there is no doubt



_____ hand immediately notifying the State and numerous other towns."
Sa- o: la: r:ri: for Hop- Health Authorities when any doubtftu.
Symptom not well understood, rises
. u- .:n. crY.,_er y in thhe course e of treatment. th e A eA eS OL BRia D el.
F, H v.r V zomervn. of in d A FAMOUS OLD BRIDGE
'.ah 're s i*is Inpe, it is hoped this incident may soon I* Cwr ~y Deested Wth WI.
'l lttsl of heclose. INe to ^erf Pl t ere.tod
t o ele JOSEPH Y. PORTER, i .
Sav recei- State Health Officer. Few places in Switzerland are more
n Tht. Quarantine District. Interesting than the historic old city of
SI,:s. had -Tbien the fever was discovered the Lacerne, at the Junction of the river
physicians immediately met with D-. Reuss and Lake Lwerne, memorable
S \ ery. of the Porter and a consultation was hel-l for its historic associations with the
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--^'C-^:-,,r. cert of any kind. They could accom-
4- w plish it by each individual resolving
WHERE IT IS TO BE FOUND. to vote for God at the polls-that is
--- to say, vote for the candidate whom
T The Pensacola Journal is on. God would approve. Can a man im-
4 sale at the following places in agine such a thing as God being a
4 the (i.y: Republican or a ik)mocrat, and voting
Bay Hotel. for a criminal or a blackguard merely
S Coe's Book Store. because party loyalty required it?
4 Depot News Stand. Then can we imagine that a man can
4 Gem Book Store. 4 improve upon God's attitude in this
f Lewis House. matter, and by help of professional
Ir- Merchants Hotel. ? politicians Invent a better policy?
6- Southern Hotel. God has no politics but cleanliness
S Thompson's Book Store. M and honesty, and it is good enough
,Wa'and Ice Cream Parlor. for men.
.0 Wagenhelm's News Stand. A man's second' duty is to his fam-
*; 2tailter's Book Store. 0 fly. There was a time when a cler-
4 $' gyman's duty to his family required
'W-C ':"' -:-**-:'c. $ him to be his congregation's political
r slave, and vote his congregation's
ticket in order to safeguard the food
GOING AWAYT and shelter of his wife and children.
When you lave the city for your But that time has gone by. We have
mummer vacation have The Pensaoola the secret ballot now. and a clergy-
Jourre follow you. Notify circula- man n vote for God He can also
tion p 'aiiger, Phone 38 plead with his congregation to do the
like.
Perhaps. We can not be sure.
Three Yellow Fever Cases The congregation would probably in-
Squire whom he was going to vote for;
in Pensacola. and if he stood upon his manhood and
True to its promise made when ye!- answered that they\had no Christian
right (which is the same as saying no
Sow fever was first discovered in New moral right, and, of course, no legal
*Orl'ans. The Journal this morning right) to ask the question, it is con-
:keeps faith with the public by making celvable-not to say certain-that
immediate announcement of the dis- they woula dismiss him, and be much
e anouce en oh id. offended at his proposing to be a man
covery of The disease in this city. as well as a clergyman.
As shown by Dr. J. Y. Porter, .tatc; Still, there are clergymen who are
Health cfrcer, in his statement pub- so situated as to be able to make the
listed ev where in The Journal todav, experiment. It would be worth while
Sto try it. If the Christians of Aemrica
three cases of what are presumed to could be persuaded to vote for God
be yellow fcver have L een discovere', and a clean ticket, it would bring
end prompt action has been taken to about a moral revolution that would
i-olate the cases and control the dis-'be incalculably beneficent. It would
'save the country-a country whose
ease. The conditions as they exit, Christians have betrayed it and are
are fully described in The Journal's destroying it.
news columns The Christians of Connecticut sent
There is no caLe for a panic or Bulkeley to the Senate. They sent to
the legislature the men who elected
for alarm of any kind. It is to be him. These two crimes they could
.r(Tretted of course that the fever hai have prevented; they oad not do it,
-nade i:s anearance here, but now and upon them rest the shame and
'that we are confronted by that con-. the responsibility. Only one clergy-
on it becoste dy f go man remembered his Christian mor-
ion it becomes the duty of good cltt- als and his duty to God, and stood
tens to retain their self-control and bravely by both. Mr. Smythe is prob-
to lend all assistance possible for the ably an outcast now, but euch a man
purposee of preventing any spread (if as that can endure ostracism; and
i such a man as that is likely to poe-
the disease. Isess the treasure of a family that can
The city is now in an exceptionally endure it with him, and be proud to
healthful condition-better in fact, do it. I kiss the hem of his garment.
from a sanitary standout thn Four years ago Greater New York
mo a sanit ary. standpoint, than it had two tickets in the field; one clean,
has ever been before. There Is, here. the other dirty, with a single excep-
to-re. little prospect of the f-ver tion; an unspeakable ticket with that
spreadingg. lonely exception. One-half of the
All precautions, however, should be Christians voted for that foul ticket
~lo dti k against God and the Christian code of
employed to keep residence premises morals, putting loyalty to, party above
c.ean and to follow implicitly the loyalty to God ana' an honorable citi-
directions of the health officials ia seoship, and they camp within a frac-
charge. tion of electing it; whereas if they
had stood by their professed morals
The Journal will keep the public they would have buried it out of
posted as to the actual conditions from 'siht. Christianity was on trial then,
day to a-. *it is on trial now. And nothing im-
portant is on trial except Christianity.


as There Such a Thing
ies Chritian Citizenship?
. In its issue for September 2 Col-
lIer's publishes an inquiry into
"Christian c'ti7nnship" by an author
-who, the editor tells us, is "A great
creative r'*ist whose reasons for
aonrymity seem uflicient to us as to
Himself." This great creative artist
asks: "Is "here such a thing as
Christian Citizonship? No." he says,
%but it co':'d be created." In part he'
says:
If Chri:lains should vote their duty
Uo God at che polls, they would carry
,very clecticnm. end C(o it with ease.
They woui,- elect evrry clean candi-
-date in the Uni'ed S.ates, and defeat
*vcry so",'d one. Their prodigious
power would be quickly realized and
escogrized. and afterward there would
he no un.lean candidates upon any
ticket, and graft would cease. No
hburch organization can be found in
the country that woula elect men of
bel caracter to be its shepherd, its
treasurer. and superintendent of. its
&amday school. It would be revolted
at the idea; it would consider such
on. election an insuk to God. Yet
overy Chrostian congregation in the
country elects foul men to public
effce. while quite aware that this also
.Is an open and deliberate insult to
,God who can not approve and does
Ctot approve the placing of the liber-
ties and the well-being of His child-
:ren la the hands of infamous men. It.
Is the Christian congregations that
're responsible for the filling of our
pbic offices with criminals, for the
Season that they could prevent it if
they chose to do it. 1 hey could pre-
vmt it without organaing a league,
.itout framing a platform, without
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A DEAD SUPERSTITION.
(Mobile Herald.)
In the old days, yellow fever was a mysterious terror.
Its mere name throughout all the infected districts caused man's very
soul to shudder.
It was spoken only in low whispers, as though sound itself might attract
the dreadful death.
It was that most helpless of all terrors-terror of the unknown.
What reason failed to grasp imagination supplied, and imagination Ia-
flamed by deadly fear creates tortures of which demons never dreamed.
A yellow terror in the old days seared asunder all but the very strongest
ties of affection and kindship.
The dying were forsaken to die alone, and the dead deserted.
Human nature was, as It were, cast into a fiery crucible and resolved into
its fundamental brutal elements. Beasts could not be more beastly in their
cowardice than human beings were in the old yellow fever days.
It was, literally, "every man for himself, and the devil take the hindmost,"
even though the hindmost be stricken wife or child.
There were marvelous instances of sacrifice and heroism, but they were
exceptional. They only emphasized the fact that superstition makes cowards
and fools'of nearly all of us.
\ The dead, deserted by their friends and kindred, were by public employees
thrown into rude boxes or wrapped in sheets and carted off to burial at dead
Sof night. There were no mourners following to the grave; no prayers; the
graveyard was a place of horror and the roads to it were accursed.
Such was the force of old-time superstition.
Such was the weakness, the cowardice, the degradation of human nature.
Today we know that yellow fever is not contagious, not even infections,
but comes through mosquitoes. The stricken and the dead may be attended
with absolute immunity from the disease.
The terror which men have blindly deserted their fortnase sad their
families to escape may be shut out by a little netting.
Upon such'little things do the destinies of humanity. ag
The terror of the old day fed itself-by fear the epidemic was lumesar.u
ably increased. Desertion of the stricken and the dead left hem prey to
mosquitoes that jnbibed from them the poleon and spread it amoan thouasad
What i forcible illustration of the world-old trath that Mi the plagles
the disasters, the aflictlams, the sorrows of mankind are dae io maa's enor-
anee and a spsttious fears.
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tub, barrel or dish and generally out-
aide of the house, and by the amount
Of water used one would Judge it to be
scarce. Instead of a board a broad
stone is used, supported by one stick
underneath and the edge of the tub.
Water is cold, and the clothes are
hung out to dry In every conceivable
place. I saw some towels hung out
of a window in the palace. No clothes-
pins are used. When one can afford it
rings are strung on to the line; other-
wise strings are tied to strings, to
which a double piece ot short string is
tied; one corner of the article to be
dried is slipnoosed into this and never
becomes loose.-Chicago Tribune.

Plekf Rellie.
Mrs. Spenders-George, I've got lots
of things I want to talk to you about.
Mr. Spenders-Glad to hear it. my
dear. Usually you want to talk to me
about lots of things you haven't got,
but must have.--Philadelphia Press.
bMetter Part.
It is much more comfortable, both to
yourself and the rest of the world, to
be a pleasant ass than to be an on-
pleasant bear.-Plorence (Ga.) Times.


THOSE MYSTY BLUE EYES.
She soldome a book and I do not
know why;
She sold me a book I had sworn not
to buy;
I declared up and down I would not
even look,
But I broke my resolve and she sold
me the book.
What it was I don't know, and If
ever I did
I've forgotten. I know that some-
where it is hid
On some dusty high shelf, piled with
rubbish and stuff,
And she sold it to me nolens volens
-enough.
She was such a sweet lass-so unwit-
ting and shy
With a wealth of dark hair and a
fetching blue eye,
And I frowned upon her with a
threatening look,
But she paid me no heed-only took
oat her book.
So she sold me an@ sold me her book
--H is well,
But here all alone, for my life I can't
tell
If it was her sad story I could no re-
sist
Or her eyes that shone wet like two
stars thurol a mlat. '
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It w e trial I Phaideulh i .nd 8PH OP jTHE PIANO. -
faned; ia nRode MWnd. d a failed;
In Delaware, aad tMe every Me OiA 0 soe ~awe YaUM to
town mad oeaont andd st an w re- cmsewat aLn
recreant to its trust, it has eIsiTy Tet thatt the piano Is descees
busied itself with the ematl matters r te qs wand the harpsictoe i4
Sch uity and bievlooe, aa has t a hWekto a mateurs of
looked on, indif erent while Its coun-
try VU sinklin jower,/a lower in
repute and drittlag f tther a= ndfr. *nO IntehU iel been emmo-
ther toward xocai destruction. It is de ied also a stumbling bjfck
the Oe force that am save, and It 'o %e who write for it. The fst
sits with folded heads. O Greater elas have enttirl eglested the barp-
New York it will presently have an sMord, a perfect and fully evolved In-
opportunity to elect or defeat some strment, the spirit of which-Is hlto-
straight, clean, honest n, of the gethr diftfeet from that of the pano.
sterling Jerome stamp, a*d mine of he seesod da s have been tempted by.
the Tammany in. e Christian the dyam f at the pan to treat it
vote-nd the Crst vote o too tr and to for-
will decide the oo st It d it get ta I ht orcht and to for-
alone, is master of the situation and et that et a bot only a oo strt.-
lord of the sult. meat, but rey a,fhamber Instrumet
Its ntteraa, which. C2apin under-
-:-----. -- 61146 1:6446 stood soo well. s really chamber music.
&W and there is always something lamen-
WHEN ROOGfVELT table to me in the contepplntlon of a
S16 C VAUMC. c great artist distressing himself and his
S--- instrument in the attempt to fill a
S- Montgomery Journal. large concert room with exaggerated
expressions of a delicate and intimate
^*--wI -wwwa-M--- W.) temperament. The effect is never en-
SIt must be confessed that Psident trely satisfactory, however great the
Roevelt ast tfies doesi tsorewnder- artist may be, for that note of intimacy
Roosevelt at times does some wonder- j Isult vy en 1
fully clever things. That. is when the whh is surely the very essence anl
southern side of his nature is domi- pirit of the piano cannot possibly be
nant But when the northern half maintained In the presence of a large
takes possession of him he.Is, perhaps, and miscellaneous audience.
the most dangerous president this When we consider among all our Im-
country ever had. Just now he comn- presions of pianoforte music the mo-
mands our attention and respect for ments that have given us memorable
appointing Mrs. W. Y. Anderson, the pleasure, we find that they took place
wife of the late lamented' governor of in ultimate assembles where some one
eorgia, postmistress at Newnan. Im-
mediately after the death of her hus- played and some one sang and where
band, Mrs. Atkinson, left alone and gme tI -pbhr thrilled with Just that
dependent, did not despair, but took tmomt of electric disturbance which
up the work of an Insurance agent, we call sympathy, which is born with
and, according to newspaper accounts, the meeting of friends and dies when
did exceedingly well in this new field they disperse.-National Review.
of endeavor for women. The Geor-
gia press was exceedingly kind to
her, and' gave her much free advertis- THE DEEP SEA DIVER.
ing in the effort to encourage and tot Grew
help her in her struggles to earn a Cani n og t Abst te Mt Grew-
living. Probably, when the novelty sme ot An Oeeuat wore off, Mrs. Atkinson did not do Beyond all question, the calling of a
so well in her new field of endeavor, deep sea diver employed in examin-
and her friends made application to Ing and clearing away sunken wrecks
the president for a position for her, Is the most grewsome. Putting aside
with the result that the president, un- the fact that his life is in constant
der the Impulse of the southern and danger from the results of submarine
chivalric side of his nature, yielded enemies or acciMet to his diving dress
to the request of her friends and gave and apparatus, the sights that he is
her the posoflice. The Americus to t t
Times-Recoramr, which is edited by an- called pon to se, and to see, more-
other brilliant Georgia woman, in com- over, amid the most horrible surround-
menting on the appointment, says: ings, exceed in ghastliness even those
"There is no more capable woman in which the hospital or the army sur-
the south than the wife of Georgia's geon Is called upon to confront No-
lamented governor." The Times-Re. where else on land or sea are so many
corder then returns thanks to the accumulated horrors to be found as in
president for the appointment. The the hull of a ship which has sunk with
Journal Joins the Times-Recorder in crew and passengers.
expression of thanks to the president. Te hideous condition in which the
If the Journal's memory serves It ver Ands the victims of the wreck,
right, President Roosevelt recently dver fds te victims o the wreck,
appointed the wife of the late Thomas some half devoured by fish, some
Seay, former governor of his state, standing upright and floating to and
postmistress at her home town. tro with a ghastly parody of living mo-
Greensboro, to succeed the father of tion. some still locked together as
Capt. Richmond P. Hobson, who died though yet n -the last agony of the
ahile in the office, leaving a vacancy death strdggle,'and some dating about
to be filled by the president.. t s the Interio of a ship and knocking
such acts as these that show occasion- and rubbing up against him with a hid-
ally the president allows the southern eous lfeHlkeness that is utterly inde-
part of his nature to control, and ectbable. Thee are some of the hor-
which have a tendency to warm the rbib sights waiB deep ash divers have
southern people to him, believing him d r wh deep divel ve
honest, but often badly mistaken in t i woramid when they ar employed
Judgment and wanting in discretion, on sunken wrecks.. When to all these
and lacking in the backbone to carry are added the aful gloom and silence
his rather exalted ideas into practice amid which the work has to be per-
and force them upon his party, formed, fther -wl not seem to be
much doubt that of an modern callings
AD. SENSE. that of the deep sea diver Is the most
"A gift long waited for is sold-not grewsome.
given." Read the store-ads.-then go
and buy that gift you have so long wabatem m wNas.
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Yes, some people "get along" with-
out reading the ads. But so do some
people "get along" without reading
anything at all.
A woman who buys the household
things without being guided by the
store-ads. is as unwise as the pilot
who would steer a ship without chart
or compass-just from "memory" and
experience.
As a railroad time-table is a good
thing to read before you start for the
depot, so is a store-ad. a good thing
to read before you go to the store.
In either case you save time.
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A writer in the National Geograaph-
ecal Magazine tells of a tree growing
in the Malay archipelago, the, Anda-
man islands and Ceylon, which pro-
duces a fruit used in fishing, with re-
suits of a remarkable character. The
fruit is pounded up Into paste and left
In bags overnight, after which it is
sunk at low tide in deep holes along
the reefs. The fish soon begin to ap-
pear at the surface, some of then life-
less, others attempting to swim or
faintly struggling, with their ventral
s!de uppermost. In this condition the
natives have no difficulty in picking
them out of the water with their
hands.
The short Eared OwL
The natives of Alaska say that the
short eared owl, which is rather stupid
and has a peculiarly shaped head, was
originally a little girl. For some rea-
son she was turned into a bird with a
very long bill, much like a curlew's.
Finding herself thus transformed, she
started up in a wild, confused way
and flew plump against the side of a
house, compressing her bill and flat-
tening her face.


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UNIVERSITY OF THE including board, $120 to $150 per yr,-
STATE OF FLORIDA. Fall term opens September 27, 19,;
Sen' for Catalogue.
Embracing the following subjects: ANDREW SLEDD, Presfieur.
I. Language and Literature-A four- Lake City, Florida.
year course leading to the degree of
Bachelor of Arts, Greek is not re- - -
quired, but is offered as an elective .
throughout the course. saee, S. -and
II. General Science-Dlvided Inta
thre3 courses; 1. Chemical course. vif Stmmhp I.
Mathematical course; Natural History iTE -
course. No Greek and only entrance 1a Ma TAf l po
Latin is required in these courses. All W. BARROW, Maiss
!our-year courses. UT-CLA i N AND
III. Agriculture-Four-year and two- IT-C GHT Eig AICN
year courses. --B-twen--
IV. Engineer:ng-Four-year course A M I
in Mechanical. Civil and Electrical PENSACOLA, MOBILE, APALACN
Engineering, also a two-year course COLA, CARRABELLV, T. AN.
ni Mechanics. No Latin or Greek s DREWa, MILLVtLL1
required in III. or IV. The full course And a&1 pit Ot at. Andrew*e Iy
Carrane,,e and Apaiarh|C@4,
under II., III. and .V. lead to the de- CHarrabe oI and Apala,
agree of Bachelor of Science; the short I eave ensacola Sunda, 8-:0
courses to a Certificate of Proficien-y. I., for- Mobile, Ala
V. Pharmacy-A full two-year course I ", ove Pensacola, Taesda>. 8:30
tn be begun In September. 106. In m or St. Andiews, Mi!lTv ie, Ap
VI. Normal-Three courses for icbicola, CarrabeUl and iotermnedaice
teachers: A one-year course leading to points.
a certificate, A three-year course lead- For additional information apyiy t
Ing to an L. I. Diploma; A four-year J. I. SAUNDS.RS,
course leading to the degree of Bache- g~ R. COBB, Preident
lor of Pedagogy. ea. Frt. and Pass. Agt
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'r 1ni Page One.) mutually acceptable, thus making it
possible to bring the important work
-:fn. each binding of the conference to a successful
: naiaf o: th3 issue."
i. rr itself not tr,
.-:a:'t wlich w.;'! e The Morning Session.
a route to Portsmouth, N. H.. Aug. 29.-When
Sr.ari went further the peace plenipotentiaries started
,, a nwc clause. rtr- for the conference room .o-day there
fr ::o:ual commercial was a recognition on both sides that
.; m ialc country rill the decisive hour in the fare of the
i '.r :ih, benefit of peace conference had come. Mr.
Sn i3a" and "open Witte seemed not in a pleasant frame
S!ao and open mind. He ha;i received new in-
S *ra!. Ie wonderfullyv rstructions during the nigi,, reiterat-
r, ,,To : ib wond t uM of riy- ing the old. They lel. him no lee-
.-. In th tIhe, have nc- way. Unless the new Japanese pro-
!.-. o ac- but concluded posal met the emperor's "ultimatum."
S. ac b concl das given to President Roosevelt
through Ambassador Meyer (no in-
.paras' ing after the morning demnity but the cession of half of
srt :elcitations
.: i: 1.. 'e.itations akha!in without money payment be-
i. ;. M. .itto y ond that for the maintenance of the
a "r:~~:'. .a'ing- "Hist-ry Russfan prisoners and that involved
1 ,:h, i or-" and ad- in the cession of the Chinese Eastern
, .L.:' f the president's railroad), he considered he had full
: '.: authority to reject it flatly without
E IN RESTS OF reference to St. Petersburg.
ME INTEV *Ern ri ir vl -a II Mr. Witte considered tlat the em-!
MANITY AND CIVIIZATION


....... '"'""' peror had figuratively burned his
Portmouh. N H. ug. 29.-The bridges behind him in the replies he
carcia aoun. oHf 'ug 29.n had given to the head of the American
ccia! ac ounf f itternoons republic. His superior having com-
t.ff 1 of f, ,, ',- conference is
r. o ,, f i i .R aie onwfeenc s mitred himself. Mr. Witt_ felt him-
"e on In, scussfothe o self tied hand and foot Unless the
e o'f hne dofiscussed the Japanese proposal this morning,
S e'a:y of pae and de- therefore, come strictly within his in-
drafting of claus- smrutions, he would, according to his
o unsillor 1 De Marteas f vi -ews, no: only be justified in refus-
ni" on.t l,' .fzal a %-ii-i or i th v n
S"'i(es of Japan. wi:h In- ing, but be compelled to retuse it.
o; finish the work as soon lDiplomatically he would, according to
S int the wh as soon t Rusian counsel, have that right.
wing statement was made To) a proud man like Witte, the posi-
in behalf of the Japanese on was insufferable. He was play-
Sin barehaf ing a "dog's comedy," he said to a
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a position. Court intrigue, the
of Russia, is again in play. Eve
members of his entourage poul
fathon his intentions when he
to ihe conference to-day. On
Shem said:
"If you want my opinion, it


chances out of 100 tnat Mr. Witte will
not even consider the Japanese pro- A MONSTER PHANTOM.
posals. I cannot believe that they
will absolutely waive indemnity and The Anient Noe Le ena of the
not substitute something in lieu Flyin Dutchman.
thereof which w,,l involve money pay-
ment by Russia. And if tney offer a The old Norsemen had a curious and
propovtion which again arrays in- vague tradition of a phantom ship
u'emnity in any amount in a new which they called Mannifual. The
dress, Mr. Witte, I am satisfied, will French maritime chronicler, Jal, gives
not even consider it. He goes to the an account of her. So likewise does
conference to listen to what they have Thorpe in his work on "Northern
(o say. He will take his place at th". Mythology." She was so gigantic that
conference table and sit silent until her masts were taller than the highest
they have finished. T.at will be the mountain, The captain rode about
pschylogical moment. Then he will
reply. Perhaps he did not himself on horseback delivering his orders.
know when he left the hotel this Sailos going aloft as boys came down
morning what reply he would give." respectable middle aged men, and in
Just before the conference met, the the blocks about her rigging were din-
Associated iPress received an intima- nlg halls where they sustained life
tion that Baron Komura held a strong during their heavenward wanderings.
card in reserve which would make it When passing through the strait. of
almost impossible for Mr. *itte, no Dover on her way northward she
matter how he viewed his instruc- stuck, but the captain, with ready in-
tions, to rejei the second proposal mention, ordqeed er .sido~ to be llb-
without submitting Tt to the emperor. erall blpmearedr it qxsa and ahe
Should the first proposal be reused slip trough, leaving' e of
the information of the Associated pped ugh, eating the oev1 oft
Press is that Baron Komura would France and England whit forve aft.
then play his last trump-a wholesale erwa d. .
proposal to arbitrate all unadjusted Down to withlt 4,,entury ao..,this
propositions before the conference. gig.antitleap was aewn amongflig-
It is hardly conceivable that Mr. lish salors by the name of th -ierry
Witte would refuse to place before Dun of Dover, but ahe seems quite to
the author of Theo Hague tribunal have disappeared ftoo the. maritime
such a proposition. To do so would lore of Great -Britanln-: amen of
be for him to court both for himself Normandy still bblleveltber existence
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'* ~ t .e question of the final dis- ..."'.""r ...e IS a p aiol,. a ana his government an uu-ver-iB uut-: and call her the oUhlde mroilee. They
o the matter of the Island -man 'Nho acts sometimes upon sud- burst of denunciation. say that she Is so. immense that it
ac '*-Cr maned oei b tmest for n d and he itical motecgardinpable takes her seven years to tack. On one
S r W"'C" caused the widest diver.-tthe lettirmo mein:toftearndMU I HE occasion In turning her bowsprit swept
ew bothaten he let f his insructns and lay- BODY OF MOUNTAIN HERMIT
Yefl= t .r ext. both points threaten- them away a whole battalion of soldiers
et Eofthe coafe n fcin g atthepero to tae the red FOUND SHOT IN BACK. from the Dover clts while her stern
i "-a:e~ty. the Emperor of Japaniforcitng tbe emperor to take the ra et
on to th dtat spoasibility. But there are motives boom was demoishing the forts of
t "e c n to the dictn a s of human- that might impel him in the other By Associated Pres. Calls.
*ect con. ,at.on and in the interest direction. None knows as well as he Ihillipsburg, Mont., Aug. 29.-The
4 Peace. authorized his peniptentla the hoii..ty which exists at court
wc De 'e authorized his ipot iagainsi him. No one knows as well badly decomposed body of George A. OVEREXERTION.
u we e the uan co ten of reim-a 'as he that the emperor's advisors are: Reed, who has been missing since
-or cf Sakhalin island u a termi1 trying to poison his majesty's mind last June has been found in a shallow It Leaed to Weakmess of Reart and
iaagainst him. None knows as well as ave near Boulder creek The body early Death.
Ihe that the military party is demand- e A prominent university professor
D SCR;MINATING LADES Ii ing a continuation of the war and that shows that Reed had been shot in the mys that an lnpestlgatlon of some
SCMINTING LI if he disobeys the letter of his in- back and dragged some distance to years has convinced him that much
Erjoy Ls -e Herpicide on Account of structi ons be will be accused of tem-the place where he was buried. It is evil has resulted from college athletics.
ii nporizing. He will be charged with
Its DstunctiveMnes. orin killing to .me pea at supposed he was murdered for the College athletics, be finds, bring on
"3: \l being willing to make peace at anyu.
". a o h tve used Newbro s price No plenipotentiary at such a money he is known to have hoarded by overexertion a number of Ills, of
r '. ,. 'ak. i, tin the higestcrisis was ever placed in so difficult in his hermit cabin in the mountains, which the worst and most common is
ir.. ,, q,.i'k ffpc t in cleaning I weakness of the heart, that, develop-
S *. a dad .f nd al o for its I ng with maturity, nnfits the victim
Sa:: :* r'h h anr-d it i F .119 for continued efficient effort In bnsl-
a that .ROIC FIRE MA N MET T
'- tha i.t.ng .,;h dandruff 'Ml ness and eventually carries him off be-
S TH BY S UFFOCA rpicide ef- fore TtIONme.
-, v curs dan .ruff. a it destroys EA T B Y S UFFOCA TION Sprinting and tennis he believes to
'- That caliset, The same be the two sports which work the most
*a e-s lair ;., fa! out, and later, havoc with the heart.
S .--i ki1 "g i' Herpicide WAS ATTEMPTING RESCUE OF FOUR CHILDREN IN -BURNJNG Oliver Wendell Holmes said that a
:- .:'re hair ar. pr.vn .uts hald. condition which often promoted long
:. It s, I n I hair dress- DEPARTMENT STORE W HEN HE WAS OVER life was prudently poor health at an
;: i, an ,-r.-'',(Tra'lc charm
... :hua is q;.ie d-tinctive. COME BY SMOKE. early age. He meant by this that a
A i) AI,.; lr'. dru gtst man who In his youth had to husband
: : a .*..". _a': S Palafox st:re. his strength and by slow and careful
SFa snd e in am By Associted Pre While a re was blazing in the process develop the good health that
l Co. *-a Chicago, Aug. 29.-pGroping through barns, spectators called out that the he lacked would be more likely to es-
smoke to the top floor of the barns family of uis Nelson, the foreman cape the danger f overexertonin
a department store in North Clark f
___ street to rescue four children whom of the barns, was cut off by flames.! which the careless giant was tempted
Sti!, in Business he believed to be cut off by the flames. Mayer dashed into the building only to indulge.
GEORGE A. PETTER N, I Lieutenant William M. Mayer, of the te discover that the family had al-. Still, given strength and good health
: nIOw hlcated at fire department, last night was suffo- ready escaped. Overcome, he fell In the beginning, moderate exercise of
- Govevrment and Barcelona Sta. ated by smoke. His dead body was face downward in the room and died.' one's powers cannot fall to be a source
S. ;rp;ar.-d than ever found several minutes later by other Lieutenant Mayer was fifty year' of renewed strength as well as d
r a'r Tpewriters, firemen. old. healthful enjoyment.-Boston Globe.
S- :t ma-
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PMONE 203. Society Leader's Thigh Bones


SAY, JACK Screwed Together With Ivoryi Has It puzzled You to Fnd
AY always look a Food Easy to
Bw A m i-tid Pr omsl tI n sun lirt the wIt.-ht f hbr bVIr I


Iy oAlce reilw I-r ral I| *: (, t 1*., su l uta W.1o 0,1 o ,er o. I
S'on to the New York, Aug. 29.-Operations Theb operation now to be performed
Sis a difficult and serious one, and will,
r ch !have succeeded one another is ex-pected, last three hours. The
Resa l t through months of pain suffered by side of the thigh will be cut open and'
'Mrs. Arthur Paget. the well known an incision made until the fractured
They kePp society lescer, have proved in vain. bones are encountered. These will
only charge and another most difficult one will be then be firmly screwed together with
- -~-th. Why don't' attempted next week, says the Her-, ivory and in a few months time, it is
I'-r.e 675 and aid's London correspondent. Mrs.:hoped, the fractures will be united:
S ,r name, or Paget sustained a fractured thigh strong enough to bear the weight of
'" son's s:~re. and the bones failed to knit sufficient-the body.


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Figures.
For instance, one passes through a
region which he at once names the cab.
bage patch, for it presents the appear-
ance of a feld of those vegetables
which have turned to stone. The waves
have worn the rocks into round bowl-
ders about the size of the vegetable
which they so much resemble and have
cut into the globes, laminating them In
perfect Imitation of the leafy layers of
the garden vegetable.
Another locality is devoted almost ex-
clusively to dinner plates. Thousands
of rounded, thin disks are scattered
over the plain or are piled scores deep
in singular piles, each piece shaped ex-
actly like the crockery which adorns
our tables and quite as thin and sym-
metrical.
Another section of this truly wonder-
ful region is given almost wholly to
dumbbells. These vary in size from
pieces weighing one or two pounds up
to those seemingly calculated for exer-
cising the muscles of a giant and
weighing thirty or forty pounds each.
In almost every instance these natural
dumbbells are well balanced, the balls
at either end of the connecting piece
being of the same size and weight.
There is In this plain an arsenal also.
While guns and swords and bayonets
and powder were not there to be found,
there are thousands of cannon balls
varying in size from two and three inch
balls to those fit for the big thirteen
Inch guns of modern warfare. And all
are of stone, all formed in nature's
workshop.
There are other objects Innumerable.
There are stone roses, stone lilies, store
tulips, stone leaves, stone birds, stone
animals, stone quoits, stone ornaments
In varied and unique designs, stone 1
canes-in fact, almost everything con-
ceivable in nature or art imitated in
stone on the plain of Yuha.
In one portion of Yuha rise two hills
or small mountains. One might mis-
take them In the distance for ancient
craters, but when he approaches the
eminences he discovers them to be
monuments to an ancient life-the rec-
ords of species now extinct. They are
shell mountains, great beds of prehis-
torec bivalves which were left stranded
when that ancient sea swept back from
the region and left a dry and desolate
land.
One of these mountains, the large
one, is composed wholly of large rough
shells, much larger, but less elongated.
than the shells of the modern oyster.
which in some respects they so much
resemble as to lead to the suspicion
that they are the remains of the ances-
tors of our much prized bivalve.
The lesser hill is composed of tiny
shells of a prehistoric type of brachlo-
poda. Like the larger shells, they are
found except on the surface In an un-
disturbed state, both valves of nearly
every shell being found in position.
Although the mollusk dwellers of these
shells vanished several centuries ago,
so perfect are the shells one almost ex-
pects when he opens the valve of the
*hell to find the living creature within.
A


Antmal' r IUaht.
Truth forces the observer of nature
to admit that birds and other creatures
apportion the earth among themselves
Just about as man does. A bear has
his boundaries, beyond which his fel-
low bear does not trespass with Im-
punity; the wild rabbit you see on your
lawn, In the moonlight is the same inno-
cent little creature you have been see-
ing every night all the summer time,
and even the robin that gathers the
early worm for his breakfast from your
garden will show eight when another
comes marauding on his preserve. Nor
does this last a year only, for there is
good evidence that the same bird will
come back to the claim it staked off the
year preilons.


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It's safer and costs but little.
If in doubt ask others who
know and have had experience.
Investigation will prove we're
right. We take the risk ani
thta ends your worry. Insure
now. Delays are dangerous.


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OU desert when Natur has left some re-
markable records She has visited the
region alternately with Are and water
Judge Bellinger Hd J Empanel and h left with neither It the
J Derllinger Hil8 JUry Einp meat desolate, wild, barren, forbidding
ed and Viewe( the Body Of prt of the desert. aays the LoA Ange
S1Jes Times, and it is shunned aplke by
Dead Negm asterfay.. man and beast. That there is good
and sufficient reason for avoiding this
The death of "Buster" Young, due locality is attested by numbers of
knife wound i d by J raves, nameless for the most part.
to a knife wound inflicted by JimI found in the terrible region.
Forrest, alias "Candy Jim," called for 'hese graves are simple affairs,
an Inquest, and yesterday morning; merely mounds of earth with a border
Judge Bellinger ordered Constable of stones about each and a pile of
Pobe to summon a jury to view. t1he rocks two or three feet high at the
remains and hear the evidence. head. Each tells the story of a
This was cone early in the fore- tragedy of heat, thirst and death.
noon, the body being viewed at the Those items are about all that is ever
home of the father cf the deceased known of the stories of those who
upon West Government street. The l perish. Their mummifed bodies or
jury was composed of John ,Baker,' bleached bones are found long after
foreman; F. E. Howell, I. Medlock.' the struggle is over, and the finder, re-
W. R. Rowley, D. B. Reed, Jr., and specting the memory of the unknown,
John Dunn. scoops a hole in the earth, lays the
The jury heard the statements of ghasUy relic within and piles up the
the witnesses, and decided that the only monument available in thit wild
deceased had come to his death from region.
a knife wound in the hands of Jim The plain now lies nearly a hundred
Forrest, alas "Candy Jim." feet bclw. the level of the sea, and the
F'orrest anu Young engaged& In a
f rht about an eek.since en idden'a rocks of the plain and the bases of the
saloon at the corner of DeVillier and mountains are washed and eroded in a
curse Zarragossa streets, and Young was wonderful manner. Mingling with the
n the stabbed under the heart. He went to burnt stones and volcanic debris are
d not his home and remained there until rocks worn by the waves and shaped
went death occurred. Into hundreds of fantastic forms. There
ie of Forrest is still at large, although are many acres of these stone curiosi-
the officers have been searching for ties, and certain sections of the field
is 95 him since the fight. I um Ade Ae to c r iln ehasD and


M'ew Orleans, u. U.,IM
To the General Public,Orle Aug. 4,
As the pubhle has shown a commendable desire to annlhillate the-
mosquito, which is the only means by which yellow fever is commeal-
cated to persons, and as I have received numerous requests from many
sources to appoint a general fumigation day, I herewith suggest Sat-
urday, Aug. 26, and Sunday, Aug. 27, from the hours of 10 a. m. to 1 m.,
Realizing that If the mosquito is to be destroyed the work off atini
gation must be well done, we have formulated the following instructIosa
for the guidance of the PUBJLIC:
1. Remove all ornaments of metal, such as brass, copper, eilOer
and gilt from the room that is the be fumigated. All objects of a metallic
nature which can not be removed can be protected by covering the
object tightly with paper, or with a thin coating of vaseline supplied
with a brush. %
2. Remove from the room to be fumigated all fabric material after
thoroughly shaking. Open all draws and doors of furniture and closets.
3. The room should be closed and made as tight As possible by
stopping all openings, in chimney, floor, walls, keyholes and cracks near
windows and doors.
4. Crevices can be closed by pasting strips of paper (old newspa-
pers) over them with a paste made of flour.
5. After the room has been prepared roll sulphur or powers of sul-
phur should be burned in the room, one pound to-every 500 cubic teet
of air space, or about six pounds to an ordinary room.
6. The sulphur should be placed in an iron pot, flat skillet prefer-
red, and this placed on bricks in a tub or other convenient water re-
ceptacle with about oneinch of water in the bottom. This is a pre-
caution which must be taken to guard against accidents, as the sulphur
is liable to boil over and set fire to the house.
7. The sulphur is readily ignited by sprinkling alcohol over it and
lighting it.
8. The apartment should be kept closed for two hours, and then
opened up and well ventilated.
Note-To find the cubic contents of the room, multiply the length of
the room by the width, and this total by the height, and to find the
amount of sulphur necessary, to fumigate the room divide the cubic
contents by 500, and the result will be the amount of sulphur required
in pounds.
Take, for example, a room 15 feet long, 10 feet wide and 10 feet
high, we would multiply 15x10x10, equals 1500 cubic feet. Divide this
by 500 and you will have the amount of sulphur required, viz: 3 pounds.
J. H. WHITE, Surgeon P. H. and M. H. S.
A. L. METZ, M. D..
Professor of Chemistry and Medical Jurisprudence, Medical Depart-
ment, Tulane University of Louisiana.
I entirely concur in the above recommendation.
JUAN GUITERAS,
President of the Board of Infectious Diseases, Havana, Cuba.
Those who prefer to use pyrethrum (insect powder) in place of
sulphur can do so by burning one pound of pyrethrum to every 1000
cubic feet of air space.
/rhe powder should be put in a shallow pan, sprinkled with a few
drops of alcohol and ignited, or a redhot coal may be placed it the
center of the powder.
The same precautions in the sealing of the room to be fumigated
should be observed as in the burning of sulphur.
Great care should be exercised to sweep the room after the fumia-
tion, and the mosquitoes swept up should be thrown into a fire.

To the Citizens of New Orleans:
In conformity with the urgent request of the Marine Hospital sur-
geon in command, and on behalf of the volunteer ward organization,
your representatives, I earnestly recommend a general fumigation of
houses, stores, office buildings, factories, and every harboring place of
the mosquito on Saturday, Aug. 26, so generally adopted as a half holi-
day, and on Sunday, the 27th, in the case of those who find that a more
convenient day.
Your attention is called to the directions issued by Dr. J. H. White,
endorsed by Dr. John Guiteras.
Free sulphur will be furnished from this office to those unable to
buy it. This sulphur will be delivered to the ward organizations on
a requisition signed by the president or chairman, and these officers
are urged to send for their supplies as soon as possible, and to adver-
tise the place of its distribution. Respectfully,
BEVER'~jY WARNUER, General Superintendent

We oarry & full line of sulphur and
PERSIAN INSmGT POWDER for killing
mosquitoes. Also e full line of disln-
feotants.


W. A. D'ALEMBERTE,.
Druggist and Apothecary,
121 S. Palafox Street, Pensacola, Fla.


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vr, .Iar I)Done Anmga rhse V3 Ga, Come MILLINERY GOODS! YEAR MAKES GOOD SHOW-
an : Terry-V/-omcn.and Society. ei'e and ElSewhere MISRRO AALRA GN, ISO W
-- Te.-h jI, MISS ROSA L. RAINES
will return to Pensacola again. She is now in the
CONFLICTS OF OPINION searched, sifted', scrutinized and re- 1 great Entern nrk.ets selecting everything new and Spe cial to The Journal.g t
.AS GREAT EDUCATORS. silted untjl the r.al inspiration for S eery ing and
great s t nounwy Ca)-1'ill~ B.*t. 8 .- ,Aordlnra o
Differences of irduivioual opinions, such a collision, is convincingly evi- up-to-date in the millinery line. We can assure our County Sr;inerintendent B. F. Gerner's
Instead iJr rcr:!!!.. in personal and |dent. annual report made to the state pub-
lass w: ill: eventual' If the Anal result Indicates that thousands of customers that when the season opens i;,1 shoo! department for the acholas-
come to, ;. i -.rded as sources of both offenders were sincere and hon- here you will find The Big Store ready with the finest tie year closed June O3th, Wash-
mutual know;.,:-,. a common bene- estly instigated primarily by a self-! and most complete line of ready-to-wear and French r country I plic schools-
iL, and :'"i:: d.'c:c:-.on will be, not respeetlng consistency with their in-; mp e line eay wear and ren e 74. core 2-with an enroll
merely ra-e.i but welcomed, as dividual convictions, all will be for-i shaped hats ever on display in this city before. Wait me.t of white 2.21 colored 785.,
means o,. rnta: advancement, and given by the sympathetic, fairplay- for Miss Raines. She will be here soon with every. r n .ins a mota a exnroment of 29p
of material progro.ss. loving public. W ppilp.s. The amount expended to pay!
"'Consi- .e:l c i no longer the But-whatever the result to the in-! thing new and up-to-date in the millinery line, the teacher". white $10,442.43, colore;l
"rare" jewel :i once appeared to be, dividual participants-the difference m $i.S57.73, making the total amount
because learned :,ar ,):.ist.-:ncy is not a notice has lighted a train of thought $12,301.23. The average attendance
blind. s:u..,~,n i .iuViug to views once.tnat sooner or later will bring about for whisk olore519. o
adopted& lu;lt is a consistent mainten- great results in the public Interest of find in this (Washinton) county a
ace of ones own personal, individu- the community sad through it of the .tw more than one-half the white
convictions thron:-hout all the public at large. A children attended the public school
changes of jo.'inimn that necessarily -4-- 8 re ls '00 V' f^-TUf e tIf during the past year, while :he attend-
come with wider experience and in- WOULDN'T BE THERE. ance of th2 colored was much larger
creasing knowet A young woman whose beauty '--- --- in proportion. Thus we also find the
"Consisn.. v w. ths well every equal to her bluntness in conversa- joyed the dancing, music, andi re- colored population are careful to take
opposing opinion and. if convinced of tion, was visiting at a house where freshments furnished for the festivi- LAYantae of the opportunity afforded,
righd t:c other assembled, amonb ties i ae e occason bhhu PLAYS advantage of the opportunity afforded,
Its right n':. satisfied ta t guests were assembled among made the ocaon one while many of our white patrons arc
Ssuprior t a irr conviction, at ties which made the ocaon er
e superior t a iincr conviction, a them the eldest on of a rich manu- long to be remembered. Miss Geri! DAC Dl I careless about sending their children
orce adipts it --;n whole or in part--t GOOD BASE ISAe I
once ad .s i-:in whole or in part- f urr,, a, the- Dr. r i, Tr,:h;,m. as the re inient of many pretty re-, UUULl D4 L UD4LL to school.
and practices is pinciples, without The talk turned on matrimonial membrances that will also be a source The recent act of the legislature
Thfear i' r.ule f ife wa we' sqtb-. a u <.. ..... .. oi pleasure to all concerned. Chipley, Aug. 28.-Tuesday and "That every public school in the
Tr sc'i t r. Carneoie when o "' hold that the correct. inng for 4 Wednesday two games were playeil sate maintaining an average attend-
.xpresd M. Crnegie when i the husband is to begin as he intends Mr. Arthur Pfelffer left Tuesday between Marianna and Chlipey boys. "nce of eighty (80i per cent of the,
said to the st-uents of Unin oll eger to go on. 'Say that the question is noon on a vacation trip to Louisville On the local diamond. Tuesday'-s al number of pupils enrolled dur-
The highest standard of all is your one of smoking. Almost immediately and Cincinnati and will visit Mam- game was an easy victory for Chip !%- the regular term shall receive
ow approval. as you see it, fearing I vould show my intentions by light- moth Cave on his return, iey, the score being 7 to 0 in favor a 'ficient aid from the state of Florida
io consecqunces, seeking no reward." ;.4 maintain two months in addition!
The :r, 'l degrladations of th, Ing a cirgar and settling the question of Chipley. Wednsdas game wasadditon
h v .,r p>r '*'. 'c-adtnoe 10 he forever." Mr. Kirk Munroe is spending a few more hotly contested, the score ue io the regular term," should by all'
lavis' :'Tvr" 0 a false conception "And *I would knock the thing out u'ays in the city en route to the Uni- ing 5 to 1 in favor of Chipley. The means stimulate our rural people so
OfV : of a false conception of your mouth," criL'd the imperious versity of Virginia where he will victory was a surprise to everybody that all the children could get the
Hyp '-r: --incr and women who beauty." take a course in the law department. as Chipley was playing four boys be- benefit of an education.
pubiciv c:,ntornm customs of church "Do you know.-" rejoined the young Mr. Monroe is to be congratulated longing to the second nine, all small
an s.:a':o wniih -:heir personal lives man, 'I dn:t tr'!nk you would be upon his choice of a profession in ones. The Marianna boys weremore Asthma Sufferers Should Know This.
belie b-eau-e ;hcir individual convic- there!"-Mobile Register. j which his talents are so adapted to evenly matched and had more prac- Foley's Honey and 'ar has cure.
teos r ontize therni as obsolete., shine, and innumerable friends will twice. many cases of asthma that were con
tecsar' ore inz fieen-re born TWO LADIES OF MERCY unite in predicting a well earned sue- The weather is warm and businesssidered hopeless. Mrs. Adolph Bues-
of that same bar, rior s relic of ignor VISITING FRIENDS HERE. cess. very dull. Local politics have also ing, 701 West Third Street, Davenport,,
dance. the tear of lbing "inconsistent ,, Sisters M. Colette and Helena have been warm but cooled down after the Iwa, writes: "A severe coldcontracted
blind to thv fact that "consistency" just arrived in Pensacola after a Miss Adelaide Foreman and Master white primary last Monday. twelve years ago was neglected until it'
consists only of :',: splendid ability thoroughly enjoyed tour throughout Hubert of the navy yard, were visit- The court house petting will come finally grew into asthma. The best
to be consiisent only with one's own beautiful Canada. ing in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. up before the County Commissioners medical skill available could not givao
convictions. The latter is agreeably surprised W. Coons Sunday and Monday. meeting. Chipley voters can move the me more than temporary relief. FoIey's
Any two persons who can earnestly at the many marked changes in our county seat if they want to, if tne Honey and Tar was recommended and
yet calmly and reasonably discuss progressive "land of flowers." She Mrs. J. Campbell Avery left Mon- people unite in the effort to do so. one fifty-cent bottle entirely cured me,
cny difference of opinion to a logical says: "Even our own mode of travel- day night for Athens, Ga., on a visit Mr. A. J. Gay, a well known railroa.l ot asthma which had been growing on
conclusion, may be correctly classed ing has considerably changed since to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hart. man on the B. C. & St. A. railroa:l me for twelve years, an if I had taken
r.mono the world's great educators the memorable sad year of 1882. met with a serious accident last Tues. it at the start I would have been
F:,r. itouuh they mar be unacquaint-' Owing to rigid quarantine restrictions Mr. an&' Mrs. A. H. D'Alemberte day morning. In Jumping off a flat saved years of suffering." W. A.
ed with parliamentary and literary then, I and co-laborers of the epidemic and their. daughter Miss Bessie left car had his ankle sprained He is now D'Alembe:te, druggist and apothecary.
convictions. they have knowledge an.l had the honor of traveling to Pensa- Tuesday noon for Galbreath Springs, getting along nicely.
their discussion is a source of wis- cola at the rear of a freight car, in a Tenn., where their daughter Mis The oil business near Orange Hill X T
dom who.sk stream will increase ini quaint, ancient looking caboose. Carrie and Mrs. \Will Favourite have must have been another scheme to
width and depth and strength of cur-:Such a novel mode of traveling caused been for several weeks. The ladies get money for nothing All the well
rent as it flows on through the gener- the dear sisters sent here to nurse will remain for two or three months. machinery has been hauled into town
ntions, inspiring them to consistency. yellow fever the anticipated pleasure Mr. D'Alemberte expects to return in again for shipping- to new fields for
But-every exchange of opinions, of a return to New Orleans in infected a few days. the money sharks.
However crude and violent, results clothing on a thoroughly well venti- r It don't look although Washinton Special to The Journal.
it, increased public knowledge, re- lated, open-air hand car." Mr. illitm J. Giblin the song t don't will be inas though fairs thinfato Sexton, Aug. 27.-
suiting in wisdom which is power for A friend says: "Within the past' writer, of Mobile, arrived last even- nothing has beentone f oa r. t rGaheSe, A 2n.il so tein
good. I month Sister M. Colette has had ing to attend the wedding of hi nothing has beenone so far. O'. r Ganhen, seventhln miles ou.-theast et
The spectacle of an exchange of gratified the long-looked-for pleas- nephew Mr. James A. White, which hadresentatieeting Hn. reW. A. Braut, Chipley. This place has formally ods, beer
verbal insults., physical blows and ure of enjoying a short vacation in takes place this evening in St. Mi- but neither Hme W .t A.Bleyant. turia. ed the back wt d, Ialt for the
profane annomanng. between two men.! the company of her aear, saintly old chael church. nher H A antor ay. past few years the land has all b!'n
unco.dourayin e was spreserat t Fnld nobody alern uip in hcnicsteads nd there places
each sBut ilp; to ve honestly anp n aunt Sister M. Basii Bakerv who will a Ext ens e ty ae P aralise of the ,t it. is beong settl, n ay plact.The cinWe
hoinrab! lorin all tion.To can in his celebrate her Golden Jubie e next ls. H. T. homers of Myouile left( kn anying a t it is bnsetled iery ft. Te
official caparivy to advance the n i- cuptober 15. a onda for home after a visit to Every county ought to bc repr(sente is v\ry sanly with plenty of hills.b
To verss ()f : on. ar( o tber oe hias "S.rce the venerable old lady hen- eore Hofman. at thefa:r. It will do Ws'lorila Crops can be raised her with er
ellow citizens,. at first dglanceo is ot'orably completed her studies at the e t .A t r.n k the g-" suc ess i t a itof lertal-





Bi i s i..w rful : a on tae da e Ss I Sda vho the1 ;ouih1, or '" than1in any Iit i 0 c e : ait
en (.oural in d LI Ursuline Academy of quaint, c Blue Ribbon Lemon and Va- land nts ut p a t t Flor ec's. Frit csan e ra ed acre as go '! $
u its ', r vi.ltene and app-eont Quebec, at the early age of seventeen, illa Extraets because they are Pure. d ", "the a e of te or b:t than in ay ctllae in Wd the e
evil. asstrc ,eori.,nsation. To Io:h she voluntarily sacrificed her pure. Strong, D'licious. Ask your grocer F;o-- .I'lolia. The land is prc\!ty well c tini-
comba;an' if ho are seeng wis- innocent life to Him who said: Take for ue ROlRn lmon and Vanilla PUSH ART PEDDLERS as the :ill en ani turpentin







litW well named. Massive in its structure leis.eF alavors pniecln mt yNtrda 1 find tht education has b en .n
r t muniy u our cross and follow me makes ls. Flavors perfectly. Ty RIKE : e inte not s io a hod on it, but 2
tenerl and lov ly a ministered by a think in afew ,he s longer theran
To cv:\ ci'i,:n al to th reason- "'Truly, she has faithfully followed By Acsocii ted Press. oill b ( turt lin ,aone and
such an x1h1an~,. ,4f different opin- of fifty years active service among drs to the ncnm_.r of S .cral hi-'i: :v of', oir e !i(o sawk-d into lurm-
oni indicates iwerful moves on the dear, sweet Sisters of St. Joseph, so h. T L INTE T M .
a ne a to strike and 'e i'-e t lar-e : aoncfN-s anod enr1g-s of real g ool
devoted exclusively to the noble work w Side se:ion of it fro. t v gctable sli- \V':tn'.
.of cheerful service given God's poora, and then come to ply, have now fl('iid to try moral 'T1 T is a g),l cattle ranie and th'e












loan yime oinl All kinds of Fish. Soft Shell LIZER FREE rm dnzt n aoel I a
ndin the famous Toronto House of rov- sus ol ike. on against teiae city autho'rit~i'; omFolen:: of KidnV Ahiu n county nr'
idence.' ithe Old Reliable and forceow a strike. oftSER D n udon loiinr Cs after their stock.
TUN"This grand institute has been The Pt5 C'llers' lliNn met yt. rday l Ifind Etht e uatint has een u I
well named. Mass th e in its scongratula- re JONSON & SON HAVE SE. Just Received.
and massive in its noble services, l ani T .J. rc '. ',l ,c-ct ;is ii is in L poul Ina .:he2
tenlerl and lo irany a ind fsteriends and tH LA S ATeGENCLF VONEp onA full a T h ie arc gios Ha
tiese Pu Oii dOeanrE So kiIn Hf o aEitrs o si hn oii,dla( w i :ch akis
nredp withtl a ir utt)cr of Im-rI thu-,. lhoiaht of by the passers
red poarmty- trike nhelpless : dler"' licenses now in the hands ot i'y and people at large.
mates-a-mong whoe number are-o kW y u t IN tn esArrn i-'' r and- tio surt <- L_ .- .h r
Poshib naeo s R estau ran t rma]1 Stflr(l~eeper see*t WILL INTEREST MANY.
Bomm- np r-re pall h nea rs. SaThe style of thr: coal aL"i wood firm Every person should know that go4d
'n ths long rak of helplessin-'whoof Acosta & White has hem n change:l health is impossible if the kidneys are
"'In thi~ long rank of helpless in- where the best is ~to E. B. Acosta & Co. Parties who deranged. Foley's Kidney Cure will
We can save you money and satisfy ma:."s--mon; whtom dear Sister wore kidney and bladd'-r disease in
you if you desire a tirst-class P.ano .a.il w:ll cclebra'E her glorious always Obtainable. tihsh to band sintea wll ind o:i chtop oir'er Ierm, and will buldl tipean- in ,
3'ew Pianos from $1)0" to 8600. Gobldn Juhilee. we find regardless of t advantage to place ordcr i now, t trenrthen theom e organdw so they wit.
Be sunr tO, seC :'e Baby Piano creed or nationality, the tiny babe of an
smallest rcz'2;ar Piano made for your: three dayt. the prot:etetd young girl, All kinds of Fish, Soft Shell FERTILIZER FREE, danger of Bhricht's disease or dlabetei
It old ay you ro catn or write us. ,l(,ar ::e , el. me. and ,oman ot Crabs, Western teat- Anyone wishing good stai)e manure it Foiey's Kidne.)" Cut'e is taken ini
tninu:w s ommaro f .-ratis, will apply, to .I. L. Pierce, a: time. W. A. D'Alemberte, Druggist
Smid'st this grandr army of well REGULAR DINNER SERVED DAILY, The Bewis Bar Company's warehouse.I and Apothecary.
TUNING A SPECIALTY. done, noble work Sitcr Basil truly 25 CENTS. M
ha. mrt'I:c,] tbe sitlc~re congratula- WM. JOHNSON & SON HAVE SE-: Just Received.
PHONE 476. ti-.n' of h""r lran3 lkind friends and' ..... ..... _.!! CURED THE AGENCY FOR ONE OFt A full carload of exmra fine horses
THE LARGEST EXCLUSIVE TAI.~ l.nd mnl,:s: can lie seen at cur stables.,
,..a., ,dm:t.(.rs. GULF CITY LORING HOUSES IN THE Farr ... .... ... .
..,rpl. fl-.. .-r.lrn i..n,.nnl I emIP


e ,;h ri on.i o . a .4utzia I. .......... r j .. N R. a -_ E. Gard-n street.
is happy t join th:, dev ted r-la:ives IrS AND ARE NOW PREPARED TO
CLUTTER & RUSHING of the vencras Jubilaranu. in hearty TAKE YOUR ORDER FOR THAT: Wri. JOHNSON & SON'S GREAT
CLUTTER & RUSHING, co:on leaning Dye FALL SUIT. CALL IN AND EXAM
years of crown-, ,e es in watering, INE THEIR ELEGANT LINE OF CLEARANCE LE OF HOES,
12 LEGovrnm ent Street. tending and nauriAhing th( once tiny SAMPLES. 26aug7t. !CLOTHING, GENTS' FURNISHINtGS,
E acorn wi-oe grand ;ld Oak branches J rk i ETC., BEGINS FRIDAY, SEPTEM.-
PENSACOLA, - FLORIDA. to-day are heavily laden, with the W Oe o the Gret Problems of t1e BER 1st. SEE THEIR FULL PAGE
___ abundant rich fruit of years and will Science of Awtronomy. AD. iN THIS PAPER
print a little article In loving recogni- MEMBERSHP RATES 1.00 PER ome of the stre:-s of fainter stars PAPER
tion of aear Sister Basil's noble life,- MONTH. I Some of the stre s of fainter stars
cheerfully sacrificed for the cause of Ladles and Gent's Clothing cleaned, mi the Milky Way are very striking and -
humanity. Sincerely congratulating dyed and repaired. Goods called for must convince the most skeptical of
BI RING YOUR her. and fervently wafting to Heaven and delivered. tertheir reality, says.a selcntist.
a fervent petition that she will one W. J. ABELL, PROPRIETORe trots gpsi t ho dri a r a nd a da1tif
day her from the lips of her Divine circle through. any thre stars and a nye utif,
.'rSWEET TOOTH Spouse, the loving words. "Well done. h No conte sectlcn through any five, but
SWEET TOOTH go,~d and faithful servant, becausnePh No. 163. Pensacola, Fla.. where we find ten or twenty stars fall- T n T
thou hast been faithful over little ing into line not once, but in many
:things. I will place thee over many, cases. and that there Is a curious slm.
TO OUR REFRESHMENT enter thou into the joys of the Lord." 1 larty between the strange curves al Thi Fall.
PARLOR. OUR Mr. John Pfeler entertaine branching streams whih thee pha H
the Tuesday Club at her attractive lanes of stars mark out on the ha This e doestim
Some last evening. Mrs. leihause ens, there is no room left for doubt Ths may ittl e done and
ICEon the last evprenin. Mrs. BLara Bonig that the mind is not bnine led away by th little expense, 932
EAM far the consolation and Mrs. Howland a tendicy of the imaigilntlon similar fraeh a pictures n street
CREAM captured the booby. GO CRABBING. LOTS OF to that which finds faces In the fire or:tramed picures
1 ; FUN DIPPING THEM sees a man carrying sticks on the face the are walls M
WILL FIT IT TO THE Mr. and Mrs. John I. Burrow of UP-AND "GOOD -EAT. of the moon. WE FRAME PICTURES. JUST hand
East Chase street are the parrinvr, ed ING," TOO. If It is proved that a group of stprs. ithe0
PROVERWAL "T"-THE a pretty lttF baby boy which arrived: is arranged in line or marshaled In any AS YOU DESIRE. n Pe
BEST THAT I. yesterday. 25 cents. order it would follow that the Individ- We carry a large Wh
The many frien's of Mrs. Amaes!s ual of the group must bt actually as line of moulding for can
Booske will reee to learn that's FSHING TACKLE IN well as apparently close to one anoth- the purpose. Kara
is much improed after a tedious ill- ABUNDANCE. er and that they form some kind of Thom
nen OMt ks Iate4 for several system, having all of them had a com-
andy KIitchen Cafe, monthL. mon origin or been subject to some GuSa
es, common influence. What these streams tuar
1Mis Theresa n wl's eighteenth COE'S BOOK STORE, and curves of stars mean and what O
140 S.Palafoa. Poae 999 birthday was noyably celebrated 213 S. Palafor S forces havo may'haled them In lin es Th
8r s e ius by a r b r tat ee -.form one of the grandest problems f of Ac
tr y swhi b a pa=ratte 5ed by a235 the future one that I trust I may Ive toE
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by na e, has bbe devi whoe f -ati is to prkpe a ad e he
muscle% and.tinues istimaaly associated wih pseturiosss.
This liient i for e sr po i appty itse the plest sa relaxed
and enab'ed to withstand tnt only the actual train brought a ber od
during ac oucment, but ao to rsob3fa ths p rdealt df nL 7 thLir
norma prt odt io i and tonicy. It i not ta-ingr to the mat a i -
faces, had is iapp al r aes cases It's am to cal it Mrep Fh m ted-
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ODD AND END SALE!

IS FAST DRAWING TO A CLOSE, SO YOU WANT
TO HUSTLE IF YOU WISH TO REAP THE BEN-
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3.50 Ladies' Strap Sandals, all styles, now...................$227
2.50 Ladies' Strap Sandals, all styles, now....................$1.96
3.50 Ladies' Tan Oxfords, all styles, now.......... ...... 88
.50 Ladies' Tan or .Black Oxfords, all styles, now............. .1.96
6.00 Edwin Clapp Oxfords, Tan or Black, now................4.9
15.00 Men's Oxfords, all styles,.................... ...3..........3
4.00 Men's Oxfords, all styles, now ......................... $3.19
3.50 Men's Oxfords, all styles, now ............. ...........$29
Misses', Children's and Boys' Footwear In same proportion, as our
entire stock of Odds and Ends and Broken Lots Must be Sold, so hurry
long and get your share of the plums.



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Feet Furm dira s GO Folu.


IF WE HAVE IT. IT IS THE BEST.


BREEN TURTLE SOUP!
One Quart Tins, 85e.
SOMETHING FINE MADE BY THE FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD
COMPANY.
PRESERVES OF ALL KINDS.
ASSORTED FRUIT AND LIMES IN MARASCHINO.


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Phom 178 and 480 the People.


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BUSINESS LOCALS *.


ndrix & Carpenter will furnish:
iates on building and paltting
give personal attention to work.
E. Strong, and 824 East IRua.
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Kinzie Oerttng & Co., wholesale
retail ship chandl'er and grocea,
nly first-cla Mous of the kind
nsacola. Fair b',,"s to alL
y u interior paper, when youl
buy Kelso Bead, Preach Dimity,
LineW, or Cre's Boad at C. V.
plon'e, 3 80 PalatoL~
uer's extracts are teB Standard.
anteed pre. AD. Others ar
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e style of the CeOl al wood Barm
osta & White hs been ebhail
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OPEN ALL NIGHT


RUBBER GOODS!

We have a complete supply of Rubber Goods
of all descriptions,
Hot Water Nottles,
Rubber Tubing,
Fountains, Bulbe,
Atomizers. Ete., Eoe.
Everything Guaranteed,
All parts separate from above and can be supplied
as needed.

MAIL ORDERS A SPECIALTY
PHONE 1100
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FOR SALE


4 room hoouse oa La Rua street, Qzydvvvovv
lot 303,'0') feeo rents $7.:)0.....$ 60
11 h'j Juie, all new, renting for
$67.50 per month, property well Will ret one of the most attractlire
located avd good rent's .... $4 ~ little homes in Punsacola.This prop-
G-room house on East Bslmont !erty is well located, being on Palafox
street, a nice home.........$1400 1Hill close to the monument. Has all
4 houses on corner "A" and De conveniences and in good condition.
'~o, rents for $19 per month, A bargain for some one.
large lot, room for another If you have property for sale, let
house ..........................$2000 us know at once.
FOR RENT. Money to loan at lowest rates.
715 N. aylen street...........$40.00 Are your houses all rented? We
304 N. Spring street.......... 25.00 can get you a tenant.


OsY-- .-. --- --- --.--r --- o west Komana street........ .o -v-
otr it. Act now 1 314 K. Strong street............ 17.50 FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE AGTS.
Dwelling near Stoddard's...... 12 50 .
315b% South Palafox, upstairs,
suitable for club or offices. BR C
Cnc7 I 05 S. Palafox street.
eniSacOla l investment 0 CO M ONEY. id'
o 1 200 Theisen Bld'g
nnL MI i. w'a i ER CN At the lowest market rates on im-
S. W s .idu LL r. K S mi. proved or vacant city property. "WE SELL LOTS"
It.. glw WES, PrmsidLt. L R B MPg fcretr.
STILLMAN, V.-Prs. and Ca. Um m(. MNWeaS TE Tressa.el
fle t, -t- i ser Reate Estate Agency Money to Loan
215 South Palaicx St-ect, Pensaoola, Florida. Phone 87. 206 South Palafox.
DO YOU WANT to borrow money in
., Amounts from $500.00 up? We have
A-ED W t Ior-ale. $10,000.00 to loan at 7 and 8 per cent.
wANTED r-aI interest. Thos. C. Watson & Co. 6aug
MT.EbD TU I-BAelOVU goQa reaWm "
.v; A- HI.Ai, con:ractini painters WANTED.-Agents in different counn- FO SALE.-Nice new cottage (4 tate security, or on good collateral
:;,'r.-. ut \arr'nzfia1 ties in Florida to handle Alpine Safe rooms and hall) between Palafzx at lowet rate. LeaL e B rooks.
S .n: painting a spe-, and Lock Co.'s Fire and Burglar Proon and Baylen streets on Jordan St.., ylh bufldiUn. SJa
;,!, 24. 24aug. afes and Vault Fixtures of every near Saunders Mill; easy terms. Ap- Oy L a" a a
-. .. :. :.ic wh- tho"- description. Write me for terms. ply t(, J. W. West at Saunders Mill. bIIMO o pesoaal.poperty, payai
a i, ninig and Scarritt Moreno, Pensacola, Fla. Flor- 22auglm weeky or monthly. Whoe you1 nee
1 ,'.:; Call on ida State Agent. 28june. FUR SALE.-At a bargain; one camp- money, see me J. A WUlsa, 22% W.
.- .;i.n White, No. 11 N. WANTED.--Boy of 16 or 17 years iLv outfit consisting of one ten: Government streets l. atlh bell tall
29aug. who can milk, attend to horses and with fly, size 10x12; three cots, two to .
S o general work. Apply 501 West recl;inig camp chairs, 2 lanterns, ona MONatI LOAN D o g ood MUr e
.ara W Creary wil resume Chase street 20aug cast net, and other paraphernalia. te eUclurity l1 sy M5m4a l a
,,.( f r ,\\. Waa mil hisiery, ,al on or address E. L. Reese. Iale Wllson & 0.
t. ,- "pa;nriagc of all form- 2Caug. -
,. c,:, I nicrested in good For cent iO Sul. LOANCD ok solf pO
.'- ,: I ;,,:al card and she will FOR SAL--Old papers only 10 cents Mn property on hort
......phone 147. per hundred. Good for wrapping Terms ow. J. W. Ballard, eatfs I
',, or phone 147. FRSALE.-Upright piano almost paper anddo put uder matting. All so ^ P. o St n 1
new; high grade; cheap for cash. clean and nice. Journal oficeon 114
'I A.N .+ ion as grocery clerax, Address C., P. O. Box 393.D
Slr:cnce. Appiy Ill S. wed-sun. Do you value your health? It so, UNLJMITlU au&m at or moly to Ao
nce. ag1 use our pure Blend 'of Coffee "Dewey", o all kinds o peVrma pIreperty.
,26augle PFOR SAILE.-26 foot launch, equipped and "Schly. New Orleans Grocery Special rates to buaista men on larg
\, \ tir-:--ciass tidy coDk; with 4 H. P. Gas Engine and Power Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug 30 loaa. The New York Loan Co.. 204
!.L : ncci' apply. Surgeon Co. Engine. In perfect order. $350. tPalat
25aullw" King & Runyan. 27aug. We have been wlth you in Pensaco-' Solnh P
'a since 1874, and still intend to stay Gash...' Paw.Skh
,l You to know that you ca FORO SALE.-Stock of high grade with you and serve you with the best' C PW S
at: c! old papers at this toaps. perfumes, toilet preparaiio.s of groceries at lowest mar- 402 8. PALAFOX ST.
SEr-nd flavoring extracts. Will be soil ket prices. New Orleans Grocery MONIY TO LOA)N N DIAMONDS
"v ,: E .-Everbd to know that .~' bin discount. Apply Room 7, Brent Co. Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug20 WatRche, Chain. Rla'gsu d all idl
Sof Ct ay be imitated building City. 25auglw* ollatel security at lowest rate of
o;GROW GINSENG. Large pro fitso, t. Baraa ta ma bowero te me
ca" a be -qu:aled. New Orleans .u)R SALE.-Store and 7 room house. Room in your garden. Roots for sale. rest argainreee
.rr:y Co. Jau. McHugh, Prop. jot 60x100; city water. Titles per- Write today for literature. Bucking- A to loan, In amouta 'o
S.y 1 : $3200.00; also 10 acres of land ham's Ginseng Garden, Zanesville, 0. $1 500.Q0 and up at 7 and 8.
NTFD.-If the party who bought. : small house at Brent's Station. J. 1aug3mos. per cent. interest. Those. C. Wason
watch engraved *Geo. A. Noble, Andrews i N. Palafox St. FO SALE-Beauful block in New & 6. aU
Broke,: Alex l,ischkoff, January FOR SAE-Beautifui block In New L, Co.
S:: BrokCity. TractNo.31. Fr cash $60.
wishes to se;l same, write Geo. FOR SALE.-My residence on East Apply to A. M. McMillan, Court Houaa.
., bil. Anniston. Ala. 24auglw* Hill, either including whole block' laugh MiSAIaffCn ous
NTED--The public to know that of twenty lots 40x137 1-2 feet each or
a:. pIoit-er Coffoe Roasters o quarter block of five lots. Apply at GO TO TURTON for al lm lm HORES AND MULES.
Noew Ortleans Grocery Co., my office, Thiesen Building for furtk- Comemas l d and unloaded erse HORSEI AND M.PL S-Turton 9
ang r particulars. C. W. Hagerman. d cb, He makes belt photo, McMillan will leave In a few days
H' Pro. aug0 r parculars. C. W. Hagerm graphinsi te oth.22 iyear a lesd. for Tennessee, where they will pur-
N. :; A. partner with $5,000.0i '). 1Ja. chase a car load of Tennessee horses
-...,..st .uy half interest i FOR SALE OR RENT.-New 7-room
.... t ,eruy hanlse interest n house at Goulding; large yar WALL TINTS by experts; results and mules, which will be on sale on
Suerchandise business; shade trees, near r road, fiftfeet guaranteed. Fairchild and Rice Phone September 7. Wait for the arrival
Sard wood mill; hae she es near railroad, feet g nteed lrc o this stock. 29 aug
..: ,~i tmber lands Ad- well and outhouses. A good bargain. 485 Juylm o this sto
S,:noy, vWestville, Fla. i -.~t to !-,'"idaster, ouuiing Fla. FOR SALE.-Two pair extra fine PIANO TUNING.
aug3w* young mules, sound and in good I worked at this 14 years in Mobile,
S-- FORcondition. Also one 2-horse Stude- Aia. I will satisfy you in-price and
; N'I. \ lD at No. 17 West FOR SALE-Soda fountain, stock of baker wagon.,W. S. Garfleld. June. quality of work. J. Conrad Scott, 214
'- *. <: 2augaw* confectioneri'-s and cigars, located East Gregory St., Pensacola.
-- ercants Tan--- Palafox tret. Can be had at bar- FOR SALE--One Cho'ee block on top ~ 2ast Greg
-- e merchant Transfer ain if purchased at on'ec. Apply Es. of the ridge east of the electric, 29augpm
.. :. ur n.oving and haulinL .ambia Realty Co. 15aug. railway, between 7th and 8th streets. i Is8 'LILLA McKINLAY will re-open
.-, -.:ianteed. T. B. Thor i I Nature has favored this section and it her private school Monday, Septem-,
:ie 97. Ijunelm. FOR SALE-Good paying grocery, cannot be duplicated. A. V. Cluhbs. 'bei 4, at her residence, 50S E. Wrig
S- .,,d, to know that we cheap remn store, living rooms in FOR SALI,-_At a sacrice, furniture Sc All grades from 1st 'to 8th inclu-t
i. ,c ":retail grocers and connection. Store doing good cash store, stock and accounts. Call at' ive taught. Terms very reasonable.
S:.:and. New Orleans .usiness. Household furniture also 13-140 E Intendencla. 6Ja 29auglt*
... M.:Hugh, Prop. "Cr sale. Reasons for selling, am lear- ......
V-::, :nV city on account of sickness. Tale- FOR SALE CHEAP-My three-year. Old newspapers are good for many
" ,:. Your e:ev:rlc work of all phone 1064. llauglw* old Berkshire herd toar, Duke af things. You can get lots of them
S;our ec work of al Florida, No. 68,923. Also some fine cheap by calling at this office.
:. .: us c:ean your taus, re- FOR SALE-3 Barber Chairs for sale.' young pigs. 1 six-months-old boar, all REOULA MAIL 1Nr-Good convey
,r .- ;::mo. do your wiring et 609 S. Palafox St lauglm* registered and transferred. Carl Set- Rn or traveling public. Daily vey-
i.;.:, :;l Pe:sawia Electric Co, ..-.. -ance for traveling public.Daly olar-
ccer Ir.ten ca n Balen trt FOR SA south hf bock 211 terind Chipley, Fla. vice ach way. From hipley to Bay-
1junelin. frnting 400 feet on 13th street, by FOR SALE-Kill the germs of fever-- head. Address J. M. Tuggle, Chipley,
I",'l A,. -;au::g ana tru 137t feet on Bay Vle PPark; also' oroler a barrel of slack lime to-day. Fla. 4mob
Sork Olce phone '3. Residence south half of block 2t2' fronting 400 Phone 367. 4auglm REAL ESTATE.
t -ae 2.. Acosta & White, 22-28 X. eet on )4th St. by 137. feet on Bay; REAL ESTATE In all parts of ety.
-Tarrgua 25meh View Park. The only property adjoin-, lo o buy the around and we will
ANT-r rC for The Jouar ig Bay View Park that s now forFOR RENT build your houeon long tme pay.
FpcI.a; P-r:aola and Pauama Cana: Eale. The beautiful view down the mentU D. Hale WUoo A O
E.,ton. w,.ch will shortly appear bayou and down the bay can never be FOR RENT.-Or sale a new 5 room TALLORING-B.- L Diamond, Taior.
W l}l c'r h'rf-t ae p ~ures of city obstructed. A. V. Clubbs. 30jlyi house, near car line on Little Bayou. I Geat's clothing cleaned, presed and
La-bo: and special scenes. 15 centa FO R SALE.-1-roo-m htowe. C r Phillip Han .h, Little Bayou. tepaired on short notce. No. 1%
a .r - at Journal oice. ot, 3 blocks trom Palate, SS 30auglw* West Government Lt. Pensacola Fal.
"A.\.. --cona-annd Corn. Oat 12 on car il*. For partUelart la-'FOR RENT.-12 room house, corner -. -
a. co:cc seze meal sacks. Out at quire of Standard Clothing Co. Hane and Wright streets. Apply FOR ONE DOLLAR AND FIITY
Wx h-. - s olicted. Write m. 29 Jan.- W. S. Garfield. 27aug. CENTS per head, we will haul out
S..-P- & Co. romarechi FOR SAl--Seco.d-hand aem r eg FOR RENT.-Small farm 1 block out. dead hore, c etdc n ersrs
A I B.. -HAM wants your mnovig ter la perfect condition. Will e:l side city limits on county hard 'at 6 ast intn a. a
Ld tau..::. He guarantees al break- cash or-,. time. A real bafian. Can road, with six room house; wind mill; BroL A
'- "- '" CiS e seen at James McHugh'L. 22mci1 water pipes in yard and all through PR AI.MAKER. St
-Co.\; .,..\,j FLUNiTUB.JE, House. AUTO-Only run four months. Good house. Rent reasonable. Apply W. H. -pO treetR. Order 7tak1S fort
ho '. -. i, Jewelry and any sal:' as new. Finest bargain in second-: M. McClellan. at First National Bank, Pat sM et g camp stool- and house
E e A w "anted. We psy casa hand machine ever offered. See Dr. Pensacola. 26auglm tots. prices reasonable. 1aand ho
' it -:' ss P. Ov. 5. I. Phillips ro 4, 7 Palafot. 2auglm* FOR RNT.-3 rooms at 400 W. Gar-
,. .. lBCLE *lide ,FOR SALE OR RENT--;cw modern den St. 13auglw* tray d
t- :.---'^AL BUSiN.SS is >u? two-st.,rv' residence, good neighbor- 1JuK RKNT--Lorraine House, corner
Eptc.': and your butalneM wll'; ood Es-: Hill. near cars. A. C. Biuk. Hayne and Belmont streets. Apply
e '" ca.re: attr~ l,. D. Hale WI- l-y. T-iesen tuildi~g. Saugw* W. S. Garfeld. 12Jul rST Y'D. '-Black mare w -
e Ol Cc.. ---- ......... I
**---- .__ FOR SALE--Upright Kiliball Plano FO)R REN1-New five-room cottage able reward for return to Lee Danill..
--- for sale cheap. Apply 1304 W. Gov. on car line, corner 1,th street and a rau r
HELP WANTED ernment St. 4augim* ,th avenue. Inquire at Turtons Photo 30aug.
Sa- illery. iiuly
SAlar f a o ta FOR SALE.---Cbin launch 44 ft. long FOR-RENT.-Residenee lately o> Found
c\A :. ,.a office, ad- 10 ft. beam. 24 inches draught, cupied by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 W.
:r:s C,*:. ,:. Co., 31-33 speed 8 miles hour; 18 H. P. Barber LaRua street. Apply to R. M. Cary. FOUND.---One dark bay horse with
Vev: :. \ York Civ .soline engine in good order; will 43 S. Palafox steet. TIuae white spot- in face; 1 light bay horse
;aunL'. !seat 40 passen.erp; sell at sacrifice FOR RENT-Twenty-room house, cor- with slit in ear. Will Hurd, Bohemia,
ANTED -' .* taken a: once. W. A. Smith, 238 W. ner Barracks and Zarraqoss street. Fla. 29aug.
.TE rchand :s a", c. lctor sfar Government St. I5auglm Suitable for boarding house. Apply FOUND.--One black ox branded J. H,
=.rchand ; good sala- l OK SALE.-- am Florida State Agent to Mrs. M. J. Moreno, 216 East Zarra* marked with a crop and split and ut-
r.. v T- t-(s. .t G e fr Fire and Burglar Proof Safes an4d gou-. l6m:t der bit in one ear and over square in
I a. ~' ladu atWa Fix.urer o A.l descriptions ---- other. Owner can obtain same by ap*
faut .nuacture by Alpine Safe al plying to C. P. Gonsales, Bohemia, bit
\,TEDSer, ',nrl It once for Iock Company f Ciaciaast. Ohlo.l 25au1m*


-;: houseWork. Apply 318 West Communicate wita me for price and.--
_. 'autglm terns before buying elsewhere. Sr.' LOST.-Between Intennenca street F. M. WILLIAMS,

A od ei:.cre correspoeding for news. .un. .. .. a. car about 11:40 a. m. yesterday, A OAes, Promabam buldingL, L t
Papeun. e. a OffcProsuaham building,.nent
Pape-s ,, ecanvasting; e erteeCHICI i WBMAT u proac e pocket book with one key and some to Pensacola Bu sess College
vhefessa1-i Send for lara. Makes toWlS Iapea$ weB SavOret mail Ag Finder will Plea). Prompt attectlon always gives i
Northern Press Syndicate, Tie 1n chbaet Setd to 41"-m 5. & leae it at the New Orieas Grocery to brlneas. PaeAoolt Ia I
. f im Males a e Cm sssEW CILa -


$525.00


will buy two lots on Bayou Texar on
tht high hill overlooking the bay. Tats;
is' a bargain.
FOR RENT
2f8 V. Intendencla, 6 rooms ....$14.00'
916 E. Strong, 7 rooms ........ 12.50
601 V. 8th Ave., 5 rooms...... 12.00
LET ME KNOW WHAT PROPERTY
YOU HAVE TO SfLL. I CAN
SELL IT.
RENTS COLLECTED.
MONEY LOANED.


LESLIE E. BROOKS
204,/ 8 Palafox, Fisher Building

Soared and Rooms.
*


TO RENT.-Two desirable rooms on
car line; furnished or unfurnished.
Very cheap. Apply at 509 E. Wright
St. 29augl*
WANTED.-A few boarders in private
family; convenient to railroad shops
and on street car line; large rooms,
with privilege of use of baths and tel-
ephone. Address D. C. S., care Jour-
tral. 24auglm
BOARDERS WANTED.-By day, week
or month. Dining room just re-open.
ed. Table good and terms reasonable.
Mrs. Dora Donaldsol, 226 N. Alcaniz.
24aug.2w*
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms,
electric light, phone and bath. Large
front room, with bay window. 10 N.
Palafox, Phone 65, 2 rings. 2auglam
PAkTTIR wao wans to rent houses,
teams or anything else for tat
mater, will ad The Journal Waat
Ads a great hMp
BAY HOTEL-Open night and day.
European plan. Rooms light and
ocean. Transient trade colicted. 576.
579 both Plafoa. Joe. .K Nivolaq,



Prdoessional Directory.

DR. R. G. UUCKNER,


EYE,
Office


SPECIALIST
EAR NOSE AND THROAT.
Office 7!/2 V. Palafox St.
Hours: 9 to 12 and 3 to 5.


PATTILLO CAMPBBLL,
Attornwy-oatLaw.
Room 406 Thiesen Building.

TWOS. PEBLEY,
LAW, REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND
COLLECTIONS.
PALAFOX AND ROMAN.
PHONE B59.

J. P. STOKES,
Atbaneyand C slloratLaw
108 East Government Street.
General Law Practice.

GEORGE DOUVILLE,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Room 600 Thleeen B'ld. Phone 734

WELSH & SMITH,


Fisher


DENTISTS.
Building, 204!/a South Palafox
Street.


PHONE 525.
DR. JNO. B, TILLER,
Dentist.
Room Si Brent Building. Phone, 8.


GRIST AND CORN MEAL MILL.
LM. GONZALEZ & CO. Props,
Manuucturern
CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GROUND
STOCK FEED.
By your meal and stock feed from
the home. manufacturer, encouraging
home industry. contribute to home
labor, and leave your money In your
ety.

L. C. PILLIPS, M.D
HOMEOPATH 1ST.
Ofice at .No. 7% Palafox, Blouat
Building.
Otfce Hqurs-8:30 to 11 a. m., and
2 to 5 p. m.
Residence, 10 North Palafox. Phone
66-two rings. Office Phone 68.
Sundays-Subfct to calL
GIVE YOUR HAULING TO

merchants Transfer Go.
Thor. LB Thoren, Preop
HAULING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
BAGGAGE DAY OR NIGHT.
PHONE 978.
P. OX; N7..

LET US FURNISH
YOUR

ICE CREAM


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BANK ADVERTISEMENTS.


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

THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
OF PENSACOLA, FLA.
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES
Capital Stock, $200,000 Surplus, $40,000
I=z lllCPX'OtLM


Henry L. Covlngtoa,
J. M. Pfeiffer.
Bryan Dunwody,
Frank "ellly,
W. S. Rosasco,
T. F. McGourin,
F. &E Brawner,
C. W. Lmar,
J. R. Saunders,


S. J. Foshee.
A. M. Avery,
W. H. Milton, Jr,
0. E. Maura,
W. I..Cawthon,
C. A. O'Neal,
Dr. W. J. Hannah,
McKenzie Oerting,
A)ex McGowin,
C. M. Covington.


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


WM. H. KNOWLES, President.
THOS. W. BRENT, Ast. Cashier.


W. K. HYR. JR., V.-Pres. and Cash.
W. N. ROBERTS, Aat. Cashier.


FIRST

NA RATIONAL BANK,

Of P~nsaoola, Fla.

DIRECTORS F. C. Brent, W A. Blount, Wmm H. Knowles

W, K. Hyer, Jr., D. G. Brent,

FOREIoN AND DOMESTIC EXONANIE BOUBHT AND SOLD


We draw our own ills of Ex.
enange on Great Britain, Ireland,
Germany, Franoe Autria, Italy,
Holland, Spain, Belgium, Ruesia,
Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and
other European countries.


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


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

Savings Departtment-Interest Paid on De.
posits at Rate of 4 per cent per Annum.


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R. ZLC. OWJ .RY.
Whole lead BetlU Dealer a
Steam, Domestic, Anthracite C O A
and Blacksmith
Office-No. 1 Botb. Pslate street. Telephone, S3.
Yards ona d streets. Phone, .


John Massey. Jakson Brandon. T. D. A A
*oh o+ -a


Pensacola Electrical Company
L.ECTWRCAL CONTRACTORS.
AL4. WORK GUARANTEED.-
Cor. Intendenefst id Bell Po4
Baylen Sts. ST
No job t i rt l(S for us We do work it any part of the
city and also wo'rtde the city. .


rlING UP

Ih 's In Sti Fatry IjCE, 90


PHONS No. 1104.
Comer arrnagbe and Tarragoma St
,- Ci-AM aEVRED IN ANY
. WltANrTrY.


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LOANS, RENTS

'REAL ESTATE


PER CENT OF THE RICH MEN

OF THE WORLD MADE THEIR

MONEY IN REAL ESTATE.......


Why Cgn't You? We C an Soiw You How.


BUY PENSCOLA REAL ESTATE TO-DAY I

It will be worth more to-morrow. If you don't own a
home. buy now. Our small payment plan makes it
n.;hIeo tn Iivc in vour own home while you are avitn


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

FOR SALE
$600-One-story dwelling on corner lot on East Hill. rents at $96 year.
$850--Comfortable cotage on VWet Main street, desirable locality with
large lot.
$1200-Twenty acres of land withe one-story cottage at Brent's t*A-
tion.
$6000--esirable piece of property with lot 80x100 feet near Palatax
street, renting at $800 a year. if sold pt once.
$2280-Large one-story dwelling on North Hayne street.
12400-Two-story dwelling on Wright street, excellent neighborhood
$3750-Two-story dwelling on North Hill if sold at once.
$750---Three very desirable building lots on East Hill, excellent neigh-
borhood.
$325-Desirable lot on East Hill, 69x110 feet, If sold at once.
Other desirable building lots on East Hill ranging from $150 up, ow-
ing to location.

Special Advertisement
One of the prettiest building lots on desirable corner on North
Hill, with Southorn. exposure, 187 feet by 150 feet. must
be sold at once ..................................... $4000.00

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


L. HILTON OGRB, Pa rama. T. .L WLLKS, V.cs-Paszir.
. M. snUlHMSLL, U SnUa. MANSFrliAD MOBKNO, Aur. CAsaIa
Citizens National Bank,
of Pensaoo, aFlorida.
O"o.W Wrtght, Morris ear, T. IL Wel!es
Rx M. Rola. 1o K L. lltoa Gerae.
A saENERA.L BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. '


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J. 8. RESE, Pident E. W. MENEFEE. Cashier.
,. R. M. CART, Vice-President
THE PEOPLE'S BANK Of PENSACOLA.
Directbrs-L, J. Rueves, JS. Reese W. DeC. Kesler, R M Cary
W. A. D'AImberte, A. Jennings.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANkING BUSINESS.
S .. TOURACOOUNT 1 RESPECTFULLY SOLCITED


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205,207 S. Palafox
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CAPTAIN

DDRlBNEDIUNDSON'S
LAUNCHES

.UPlD, ROeT. L. F, NANCY AND
EDNA &.,

can be chartered by the bour, day or
week. Terms, reasonable.
Fishing Tackle and Cooking Uten-
ols furnished if desired.


PHONE 204.


CAPT. BRIIE EBIMSOI
OWNER.



LAUNCH STEPHEN


CITY WHARF LANMDe.


Open to charter by private parties
for fishing trips, bathing, or other
rummer recreation.


Formerly ships boat for Spanish
cruiser Isla de Luzon, one of Dewey's
prize captures.


Has full canopy and is
fortable boat p1 the bay.


most com-


MAX KLEIN, . OWNER.
PETER VERDICHIA, CAPTAIN.
PHONES, 358 and 1070.


Walter S. looton,


ubl aso" By
th L Ce


are perfect comfort al-
ways, together with style
and

6Md Wuitg QUoMe.

Hanan's, Dou&as sad
Crossett Shoes have a
world wlde reputation.
We know they're good,
and thousands of cus-
tomers testify to this fact.


FIRED


And It Seems as Though Butcher
Pen Pond Is to Be Drained
By This Process.


General Dealer in Thirty tons of dynamite were ex-
ploded yesterday afternoon at Butch:-.
i Sle Pen pond by Mayor Bliss and other.,
.dce & ies who are endeavoring to drain off the
water which has formed there for sev-
d F-tinL eral years.
This is the third attempt made to
drain the pond In this manner, ani
CYCLES REPAIRED. from the looks of the pond it seems as
CYCLES FOR RENT. though the charges of dynamite have
had some effect in draining the place.
lon Safes, Cash Registers, Type The idea is to blow a I.ole in the
etters, Guns. Pistol., Locks and Urn- bottom of the pond, it be.ng believe:l
breUlas repaired. that there is a subterranean pass-ige
LAwn Mowers, Scissors, Knives, some distance below, and the effort
t.. sharpened, has been made to reach this pas.age.
ost complete line if keys in the A pipe has been sunk 'or a great
tW. depth, and the charges exploded in t.
Try Hooton's .Mes ier Service Yesterday when the heavy cna-g.
wea in a hurry to send messages of thirty pounds was sent off, it waz
12 *EAST INTENDENCIA ST. sent otf, it was felt for a mile o-
EAST E ENCIA more, the round vlbrating and caus-
PHONE 1133. ing many persons to wonder what had
___ ~occurred.
SMayor Blas stated yesterday af-
i W FA l ternoon that the water in the por.i
ELLOW FR showed a decline, and that he expect-
ed that the big charge would be very
OWFEVEReffective.
A be4giM alite to young and old;
OWla- no NTa or 1Ow L Dr. wAer's traet of Wild btraw-
berry. Nature'es ,eclfc for dysentery,
SSO's Blessing diarr e, a.s m mer complaint.
to Mankind t lde Meting.
to Mankind ,e stockholders of The W. S. Key-
TE ONLY POSITIVser Company will hold their annaul
o THE ONLY POSITIVE meeting on .Monday, October 2, 190.,
PREVENTIVE AND at the office of the company, in the
city of Pensacola. tla, at 11 o'clock
S. M. MULON Sec.
30a-gand6sept.
LY. 80 CENTS PER BOTTLE. ~Drectors' Meeting.
TbA M uru!au& WImt n4- UT a yse


LD AT NICK APOSTLE'S RES-
TAURANT.
Manutatured by
o MEDICINE MANUFACTURE.
ING COMPANY,
JPNSACOL.A, FLORAIA


iuv en 'rc w io abe w. S. Keyjer
Company will hold their annual meet-
Ing at the oae.of the company, in the
city of Peassel. Fla, immediately
after the adjourment of the stock-
holders' meedag, which takes place
at 11 o'clock a. m., on Monday, Oc'o-
ber 2. 195.
I I6HLDON. Sec
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To Holders of


LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R.
Pensacola Division,
FIRST MORTGAGE 6s, DUE 1920.

All blders o these beknd claimed by the Louisville 6
Nashville alroea Go., t be rdeemable at 105 and interest
for periods frMe September 1, 189, to September 1, 1904,
inclusive, nn ben u designated in the advertisement of said
Railroad Company, dated July 12, 1985, are requested to
communicate with the undersigned before surrendering their
bonds, with a view to protecting their mutualinterests.
Blodget, Merritt & Co.,
36 Nassau Street, New York,
16 Congress Street, Boston.
Counsel for Blodget, Merritt & Co.,
Messrs. Storey, Thorndyke, Palmer & Thayer.


"h w1hna Journa mys: There
wu a Special in a Brminghbam paper
from HaleyvllUe a small place
In Wieston cosaty, which stated
that the Illinois Oentrm wa headed
for that city frQo Corlnth in Missis-
sippi, nl the extreme northwest por-
tion of the latter state. The special
further stated that the intention was
to bull the road to Birmingham.
Some days ago The Journal tipped
it off that the surveyors i this sec-
tion were none others than employes
of the Illinois Central Railway and
that the purpose was to build a line
from Pensacola to Memphis via Sel-
ma and Birmingham for the purpose
of connecting the great grain fielu's of
the West with the deep water port
,convenient to the countries to be sup-
plied throtigh the Panama canal.
This special from Haleyville, in the
northern part of Alabama, tends to
confirm the speculations of The Jour-
nal with regard to the engineers late-
ly in this city, being in the employ of
the Illinois Central. It would seem
that the road from Memphis via De-
mopolis is to be abandoned and be
brought by Selma instead and will run
through the rich mineral fields near
Birmingham, coming down the Caha-
ba Valley and enveloping the richer
agricultural section In Dallas, Wilcox
and Monroe an to the deepest water
port on the Gulf save one, at Pensa-
cola.
The Journal more than a year be-
fore the fact became generally known
made the statement tnat the B. S. &
N. O. had been purchased by the L. &
N. and time proved the truth of the
statement. Time will also prowe the
truth of the speculation as to the Illi-
nois Central being behind, the new
road projected for this city.
Scrofula, salt rheum, ervsipelas an i
other distressing eruptive diseases
yield quickly and permanently to the
cleansing, purifying power of Burdo-k
Blood Bitters.
Building Trades Meet.
There will be a joint meeting of all
buildingg trades at the Coiductors and
Motornan's Hall, Saulisbury building,
on August 30, 1905, at 7:30 p. m.
WM. JOHNSON & SON'S GREAT
CLEARANCE SALE OF SHOES,
CLOTHING, GENTS' FURNISHINGS,
ETC, BEGINS FRIDAY. SEPTEM.
BLR let. SEE THEIR FULL PAGE
AD. IN THIS PAPER.



THIRTY POUNDS



OF OYNAMITE


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TiE SPECIAL


UllII I IIIU IILIIU tone"
Arrived.New York Cotton Market.
Brookwood. Br ss. Brown. 1987, Sa- Open Close
vannah to the Wm. S. Keyser Co. January .... ......11.33 11.29
Garibaldi, Ital bk, Ageno, 1348, March.. .... ........11.36 11 2.
Gloucester to order. IMay.. .................3 10.28
Cleared. August.. *.... ..:. 09) .84;
Penrith Castle. Br ss, Lewis. 2337.' Sept~mter.. ... .. .. 10.0 84i
for Antwerp, with 2,490,000 s ft lum- O .ctob r...- .. ..11. 11.1
ber. D Dceirber.. .. ..11.27 11.2
Liverpool 5.59.
VESSELS INP RT. New York Spots 11.25.
.Steamshi.Chicao Grain Markt.
Amstel, Dutch ss, Mobile to order; Chico a Market
Arroyo. Br ss. Ploghi. 23u7, New-; eat D
,ept. Dep.
castle on Tyne to Gulf Transic Co. Open........ ..79.5 81.4
Cambrian King, Br ss 2315, New- ;,. .... ... 7.
port News to J. A. Merritt & Co. Corn
Dulcie, Br as, Harrison, 1285, Faro Sept. ec.
to J. A. Merritt & Co. Sept. Dec.
Ernesto, Span so, O.nacchea, 1691 Open.. .... ...........53.1 14.6
Gulfport to F. O Howe & Co. oe.. .. .. .. 2
E. O. Saltmarsh Br ss. Rogers, 2319 Mar.
Tampico to Gulf Transit Co. New York, Aug. 2.Follong are
Kaiser Ger ship Martin 1180, Bre-ith closing. prices on he principal
men to Master.
Pensacola, Am ss, O'Leary, 1086, s 'ocks today:
New Orleans to Gtrf Transit Co. Sou. Pa.......... .. ....., 3.2
Penrith Castle, as, Lewis, 2337, A. S. ... ... ......144.6
Galveston to master. :. S
Simonside, 1r ss, Robson, 195.-.ch.. ........ ............ 90.5
Stinderland to J. A. Merritt & Co. R. T .......... ........
2073. A. L. 0.....................53.
,Soperga, Ital ss,- Gustavino, 2073. ... .................... 3.
Gttfport to J. A. Merritt & Co. Erie.. .......... .......... 2.5
ftarii^ ^ F. I .. .................. 15.5
Fiery bross, Nor-, Claussen, 1399, L. S... ..................... 377
Cork to master. U. S. Pfd.. ............ .. 105.6
Hudson, Nor bk, Kn-dken, 771, LO WK. T. Q................... 72.2
Hudson, Nor bk, Knad.'en, 771, Loa- & 151.7
don to order. i & .. ................151.
Santa Barbara, Port bk, Carreia, %S. P....* ..........*** 108.21
633, Oporto ta. l. Baars & Co. Met. .......... ........ ....131.4,
chcontw.rs. Can. Pac.... ........ .....164. 1
Donna Christina, Am sch, Axelsen, N. Y. C.... ............ ..154.1
165. Belize to master. P. .. . .. ...... ..... 105.3
Hjalmar, Am sch, Axelsen, 55, Ky R'D'G ... ............ .. ..1202
West to Gulf Transit Co. P.............. .. ....1826,
Noas. Rus sch, Sneelse, 333, Glou-. I. I.. ....... ........ .... 34.3
center to Master. -S. .............. .. 36.
I T. C. I ........ .............. 91.
"I had a running, itching sore on myi Penna.... ............ ....146.4
leg. Suffered tortures. D)oan's it- U. P.. ...... .. .. ........135 3
ment took away the burning and ic __
ing instantly and quickly, effecited per-
manent cure." C. W. Letahart, Bow-; IIDD TI
ling Green O. TURPE TINE STILL

The style of the coal andi wood firm McMillanl Bros. Co.
of Acosta & White has btr'n chang -1
to E. B. Acosta & Co. fries wh ). Manufacturers,
wish to buy coal and wool cheap tor- MOBILE, ALABAMA.
the fall and winee, will firl it to their
a;ivantage to plact orders s ow.- .


S W. C. JONLS WAS

S] ~FINED FIVE

FOR HIS ASSAULT UPON MAYOR
CHAS H. BLISS LATE MON-
DAY AFTERNOON.

SW. C. Jones, who was arrested Mon
V day afternoon for an assault uipn'.
Mayor Chas. H. Bliss, was fined $Z
and costs yesterday morning in thel
recorder's court.
SMr. Jones was arrested upon a,
Charge of having committed an as-!
sault upon the mayor, the assault hay-,
e le to ing occurred on Palafox street, an-
Sbeing witnessed by a large number
Yo r ~i a of persons.
When arraigned Mr. Jones entered
.1 o "o a plea of guilty to the charge, and;
Recorder Laney then imposed the fine.t
Closet is Now
Bodily pain loses its terror if you've
SWe r ighty anx S to Rt id a bottle of Dr. Thoma-s' icleetric Oiii
of hundred ofdLainty pees fay in the house. Instant relief in cas'-,
a ust ath of burns, cuts, sprains, accidents ofe
china just now, in oder to ear the any sort.
way for otheA now on steamer
from Ers WM. JOHNSON & SON'S GREAT'
^ &CLEARANCE SALE OF SHOES,
q It signals wur Oo ht to i CLOTHING, GENTS' FURNISHINGS,'
S" i our ETC., BEGINS FRIDAY, SEPTEM.
your c closet or debo at aER 1st SEE THEIR FULL PAGE'
a genuine saving-or ecure agift AD. IN THIS PAPER.
Lo=r a e t The style of the coal and wood firm
r pe :of Acosta & White has been change t
*'t .* to E. B. Acosta A Co. Parties whao
SUt atlow v e 'miw-,- p ba-r-. i wish to buy coal and wood cheap for:
InEo the CLmg b ed-m-,1 the fall and winter will find it to their.
dat advrtie or 'kir -4 g advantage to place orders Dow. 1
Mtc figb WM. JOHNSON & 80N HAVE S-E.
CURED THE AGENCY FOR ONE OF
THE LARGEST EXCLUSIVE TA !
LORING HOUSES IN THE EAST,
AND ARE NOW PREPARED TOi
TAKE YOUR ORDER FOR THAT
PALL SUIT. CALL IN AND EXAM.j
SmrAl INE THEIR ELEGANT LINE Of
WBI.oEA, ,A1Wc ES 6a t.rV^


COTTRELL,
Fine Photograph
Pensacola Florida


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AUSLEY & COMPANY,


Cotton, Stocks, Grain and Provislons.
mnt" WNis Tkl TN, mr lMam sd CUam


ilillittiliililmll mtlPi l tllllilll lliiii l i ifnuseiuHt iffw nI gf:l-m-=i '"i '"in m

OH, DEAR, HOW HOTI

Such aepreaon often escape the women who
use the oldfahioed coal and wood stoWe

My! It's Such a Comfort I

is the oft' repeated exclamation of those who

USE A GAS RAING


PENSACOLA GAS CO.


27 East Garden Street.


WILL BUILD NEW


STABLES FOR



STOCK


Board of Public Works Now Look-
ing for a Location for
City Stock.

A new stable for the stock of the
city is shortly to be erected, it hav-
ing been so decided by the Board of
Public Works. Yesterday the mem-
bers of the board, composed of Chair-
man Turner, Mayor Bliss and Mr
Zellus were out to select a site, but
have not yet definitely decided as to
the exact location.
The stables at present occul~ed by
the city stock are very small, and dur-
ing the warm weather the stock suf-
fers greatly from the heat. It has
therefore been decided by the city
officials that in order to keep the stock
in proper condition it would be neces-
sary to have extra facilities for car-
ing for the animals. Accordingly new
stables will be built as soon as a site
can be procured.
The board also inspected all of the
squares and streets of the city, and
found them in fair condition. The
inspection was made in order that tnwi
members would be well acquainted
with what was necessary for the im-
provements that are to be made as
soon as the bond issue id floated

WM. JOHNSON & SON HAVE SE.
CURED THE AGENCY FOR ONE OF
THE LARGEST EXCLUSIVE TAI.
LORING HOUSES IN THE EAST,
AND ARE NOW PREPARED TO
TAKE YOUR ORDER FOR THAT
FALL SUIT. ,CALL IN AND EXAM.
IN. THEIR ELEGANT LINE OF
SAMPLES. 26aug7t.


Resources.


Loans and discounts ..............
Overdrafts, secured and un-
secured ........... ........ ....
'. S. bonds to secure circulation.
U R. bonds to se use U. 8 de--
poisir.............. ... ......
Premiums on U. 8. bonds.........
Furniture and fixtures ...........
Due from National
Banks (not reserve
agents) ..............S It.4 07
Due from State banks
and bankers.... .... 10,4%B1
Due from approved re-
serveaents... .... 11(,182W~
Check and other cash
items................ 6AJ 6
ExchangeS for ele -
ing huasel............ I',M
Notes of other Nation-
al banks .......... lp000
Fractional paper cur-
renc, nickels and
cents............... 1IM
LAWFtL M3o0YT Rn-
8aVBs I 1nBANK, Tvi:
Specie....S( 71,9t1
IgTial ten-
der notes. 12110- -n )3
Redemption fund with
U. 8. Trea er r6%
of etrculatos)-.....-- -.fbO.-


Total...................... .
LIabllitle.
Capital stek paid tn........ ......
Ir iSrplo fund ......................
L'ndllied profit., le e anee
and'uixe paid.................
National bank notes outstanding
Due to other National
banks.................. $ f,77 T
Due to State banks and
banmew ...... .......... 44M
Dui 4Ct' sot u oaMp-
ni e and savin
banks .................. Al as
Dividends naldug .....
indivldual de#lisub-
joet to ebhek........ W ,I IQU
' ime eertflssite of
depor **it ........ M.M
Cahir's rheftks oat-
sandlog .-.....-.. 1- -
Unite attes d*pe ts. XJOOa
Deporits 8. dtosb -
inoffiseers............ otes and bUl mdio-
eoanted-..... .... ....


$1,3,M2U370
P*f a; 4
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Phone 148.


THE NEW SALOON
Infra dm 9eur, 1frt"w.
12 West Zarragoa Street.
EVERYTHING NEW, COOL, COSY.
OLEAN AND NICE.

COME, MAKE YOURSELF AT
HOME. YOU ARE WELCOME.


Old Ikwory Whikey
SMY SPECIALTY.

MAIL ORDERS ARE SOLICITED


Pabst

Blue Ribbon

Bottle Beer,

ha no equaL
Sold crIyweher

S.A. Friedman
Wholesale Disibuttr.


Leader in Import

PHONE 2Lf
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Total ...............
IWATZ OF 7I*3IAa
cooMrr" or 2 lll
I I M. I %Agtf! 600"t of me A OV41.
named bank)L, 46 sak *wow th age
above tat&= &pt Is to be" 01
knowledl in oW
L ML CLUAN. j6-
5sbsci'bed a sMweta to So s Casias e
day of AgUSt, S ibasr
goUos E


Wines


N 1. I SOUTH PALAFOX 1'.
PINSACOLA. PLA.


The Gu City Ma net
Beylmen ad ntendendA
W I. FIybr, Prikler
we i* nM*l PF"m f
MEATS AND VEGETABLECs POUL
TRY AND GAM It' SEASON,
FEE DELIVERY.
S.JpNE. MANAGE
I .. I |fONK Im- .


PAUI UW99


MERITS OF


OUR


Report of the Condition of the

American National Bank
at Pensacola
IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA, AT
THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS
AUGUST 25, 1905.


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MARKETS

Naval Stores Market.
Savannah, Ga., Aug. 29.-The naval
stores market closed to-day as to*
raws:
*WW.. .. .. .. .. ............65 35
S.. *.. .. ............... 90
.. .. .. ...................4 45
M .. .. .. .. ........ .. ....4 30
K .. .. .. .. ...................4 25
I .. .. ... .............. 4 20
G .. .. .. .. .. ..................4 10
F.. ............ ........... ..4 06
B.. ............ .............3 95
D .. .. .. .. .. .............3 SO
C.. ...... ......... 3 35
Spirits Turpentine, 60 cents.
Ausley A Co' Daily Cotton Letter.
New York, Aug. 29.-Our market
opened a few points lower to a few
points higher about in keeping with
Liverpool which came lower than was
expected. The weekly weather report,
was not quite as unfavorable as pre-
vious report In consequence cotton
was freely offered and depressed val;-
ues from 15 to 18 points, a recovery
of about half this loss was recorded.
on the announcement that the Peace
Envoys had come to some favorable!
conclusion which are likelyto terml-lo
nate in a satisfactory settlement ot:
present unpleasantness between the
two belligerent nations. Weather
conditions were more favorable awl
temperatures wene lower in south-
west.,Spot interests and those willing
to pay carrying charges stopped the
issuing of Septenrber notices after
25,000 bales were called for. The
government monthly report will lik.-
ly be favorable to a further advance
in the option list from now until Dub-
lication of this report the market will
likely remain narrow but with a fine


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How are you, Mr. Fastsalesman?
Why, hello, Has Been!
Haven't seen you in dome time.
Am selling "FRANCES," a good one, of course
"FRANCES?"
Why, to be sur., the famous Mobile Cigar, made by FroblHcbstein
Cigar Mfg. Co. Everybody wants them, everybody calls for them,
everybody smoking them.
Never heard of the "FRANCES," Mr. Has Been?
Y-e-s, I've had some calls for them.
W-e-l-1, take my order for assorted sizes, as I must hae them.


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HATS


No two men look alike.
Is it reasonable, then, to sup-
pose that the same style Hat
will be equally becoming to all
men? We are inclined to think
not. We go upon the supposi-
tion that the
GREATER THE VARIETY
of shapes, widths of brims,
heights .of .crowns and col-
orings,-the greater will be the
satisfaction.
Accordingly, we present the
greatest variety of Spring Hats
to be seen in Pensacola.
It embraces all shapes, color-
ings and proportions from the
conservative shapes to the latest
In young men's snappy style,.
Prices, 5ec to $3.5
IF YOU BUY FOR LESS ELSE.
WHERE, YOU'LL GET
LESS-THAT'S ALL.



H. 0. ANSON
CASH CLOTHIER
Phone 297

Con, Maian and Palafr St


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The Union Central Life

Mn a loer deth rart lower ex" roe. w. n Md
tmereet rate than any company dMea besle ti Florida
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Manufacturers and Repairers of
MACHINERY AND BOILERS
FORGING, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
Prompt attention given to all orders, day or eight Agents
for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dogs, also
Chains of all descriptions.
Office Phone 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr.
Residence Pvone 1029. P. O. Box 123.
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