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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 31, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
daily
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31, 1905.


PRICE, 5 CENTS


WORLD UNITES IN PRAISE


TO PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT


46 NEsE CAS S


AND FOUR DEATHS


ONE MORE CASE


DEVELOPS HERE


C;iWmd Heads of Europe and

Statesman of America Ac-

cord Him the Glory.


SIRAIN HAS ENDED


Peace Evoys Adjourned Without
Naming Date for Next Meeting.

v: 'K C" FRAV',ING PEACE TREA
Tv !b PROGRE~3NG IN SAME
C-.C: LSED E' PEACE PLENI-
-wTENTIA!: Lb COMMERCIAL
T7.Et.TY V.ILL BE DRAWN UP
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REATY


NOW BEING FRAMED.


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August 30
By Asociated Pres.


n ,it,-s somn Southern League.
-.-es there At Atlanta: New Orleans
n: until the gomery 5.
"' Memphis 6, Atlanta 3.
T.n Donni-! Nashville 1. Shreveport 3.
-..' liun. iB"rmingham 3. Little Rock
". orkinc in game.)
lie meetin'- l::rmingham 9. Little Rock
Sound game.,
n, sor'onl __
S1.ar a American League.
-,,- '.a... Chicago 1. Washington 1,
, innings. darkness.)
: Cieveland 2. Philadelphia 6
," Iktroit 5. New York 3.
.: ('m St. Louis 0. Boston 4.
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of Armistice.
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By Assocated Press. port respecting the captain of the
aret Controversary Over in Washington, D. C., Aug. 30.-The ship, Lucian Young, and to clear him-
of Fevr is Expctd. secretary of the Navy Deoartment to- t~aelfCaptain Young must lace a
S day acted on te findings of the in- Ensign Chas. T. Wade in charge of
quiry in the case of the U. S. S. Ben- the machinery is also orde-ed before
VERNOR VARDAMAN AGA ington explosion. He disapproved a courtmartial.
OVERNOR VARDAMAN AAIthe findings that declare the vessel in The secretary commends the ac.s
MAKE'S STATEMCNT THAT "excellent state of discipline and gooi of heroism as "the redeeming fea-
and efficient condition." tures of an appalling and discredit-
NEW ORLEANS AUTHORITIES He says the findings make no re- able disaster."
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ATEICU i BADU rFAllr Ci W ,
CEALING FIRST CTA OF FE- ECLIPSE OF SUN
VER-8IG BANANA. SHIPMENTS ^v


By Associated *ep.

S New Orleans, Aug. 30.-The
report of the \c'low fever situ- i
Station to 6. p. m. to-day is as
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THREE EXPEDITIONS WITNESS-
ED REMARKABLE SIGHT AT
TRIPOLI AND MADE
PICTURES OF IT.


e w cases 46, total h ate By Associated Press.
1878. e Tripoli, Ang.-SO.-The American,
Deaths 4, total 2.1. Italian and French expeditions ob-
New foci 13, served the eclipse of the sun here to-
SW'" day in clear atmosphere. The totality
ly"feal yP^':,;A:":'L"2: W: lasted three minutes and four sec-
ends. The shadow bands were par-
S The meteorlo;ical conditions appa- ticularly distinct, beginning ten min-
rently had no effect upon new ca,,il utes before totality. Bailey and
or deaths. Following a shower this Beads were not seen. The Corona was
Morning the weather turned warmer evenly developed.
hm.ow f" C. L a.; ... e. e.wa 6 and it is likely the low, temperature 'Prof. Todd, of Amerist College, had
Sj the pas: few days is over tor the the American expeditidh and took nu-
present. merous photographs.
Among the list of stricken to-day
T THO0RE ROOSEVELT are two physicians, making four who
HEADS OF EURO-PE AND THE STATES- have suc:'umbed. The latest victims awaited the shipment from the steam-I
HADS O ROPE AND THE SAT- are Dr. J. T. Wolfe, whose practice is er E parita. A second shipment is'
R ACCORDING THE GCLORY FOR THE below Canal street, and Dr. La Ma- due September 1 and the work gives
ON OF THE PEACE OONrPRNCE raux, health officer of St. Berard employment to many Italians who
parish. Have been idle for six weeks and are
Dispatches to-hdy y' M at the partly dependent on charity.
L L CUTTER PENROSE IS Natchez cases are traceable to New
LAUNCHED FROM DOCK. Orleans. Governor Vardaman says Three Cases at Vicksburg.
the Gulfport infection came from Jackson, Miss., Aug. 30.-The;
The United States revenue cutter Mississippi City and that that place state board of health at noon to-day'
Penrose, which has been on the dry got it from New Orleans before the was notified that the local physicians
(dock at the navy yard for several quarantine was put on, due to the fact at Vicksburg had discovered three'
days undTrgoing repairs, was launch- I that the authorities here acted in bad cases of yellow fever th(re.
ed yesterday and came up to the city.!faith by concealing the fever.
The vessel was injured some days A controversy of large proportions Nothing New at Natchez.
4, Mont- ago. but is now in good condition. is expected when the fever is past Natchez, Miss., Aug. 30.--No new
It Is expected that the cutter will as to who has been culpable. cases of yellow fever are reported
go on patrol duty with the Hamilton A shipment of fifty thousand here to-day. The patients have been
within a few days and watch all bunches of bananas was made to-day taken to the hospital and the houses.
5, (first boats that may attempt to enter from'through Port Calmette to the West. fumigated. There is no excitement
New Orleans and other infected ports.; One hunri'red screened freight cars here.
3, (sec-


Homelike-Now Let Us Have the Ditch
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National League.
Philadelphia-Pit tsburg. rain.
Brooklyn-Cincinnati. rain.
New York-S'. I-ouis. rain.
Bcston 3. Chicago 1.


South Atlantic League.
SS B TH Savannah 1. Macon 5.
D AN: CONDEMNED. CharlcsTon 4. Columbia 3, (first;
Ceai2nc.
-' -Th, Ch:rie-ron 2. Columbia 1, (second.
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., :,' "f A:gusta 4. Jacksonville 5.
RAIDING BLIND TIGERS
IN BRADFORD COUNTY.
t, r-, Aug. :'..--Sheriff Henne:t
-,~'-"-1: i a" l.roug:ht in from Ellerbee
S ,.- :,., :..rn-oe- C. F. Pate and Ed Sla-
.\S -,i'l ter. ch.:-i 'd i with rn.,:ing a "blind
S' : ,., I- Ti t r." A' a t e* m'i. r:- hearing bc-
i '. :. :,:::;; fr :Tu '-c r:'ki- the en. tred a plea
guily, and were held under $300
,l nd e::h 1to the next term of circuit
: age.) court.


PEACE TERMS AGREED UPON BY JA.4AN ANO USSIA.


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'ni'ion of Japan's "preponderant influence" in
"-' ~pesere order in the civil administration.
'' :::;':.: advice to t'e E-peror of Corea, Japaa
he\ rh teririorial Intoez.ty of Corea and (It is
: "'pi n floor "
: : o evacuate Manchuria.
: :::' ,'s to restore in Manchuria lC.iesc so:r-
* i :. :, -'rae ion.
: e-pct in the future "the territorial :ateg-
, n;:it'y of China in Manchuria and to main-
;a',a opportunity for the industry aad commer--,
o :: f h Island of Sakhalin to Japan.
: a ', pan of the Russian leases of the Liao-Tung
:- .\Arhur. Dalny and the Blonde and Elliott


SChina. by arrangement with Japan, of the
S'' -. -",n' 'n Railroad running south from Harbin to
St: N. "' ang. together with the retrocession of all the
'" ~ :' *ht- concession of 1898.
" ... i Chirnese concession obtained by Mr. Roth-
'- "P. ::n-ky in lbS6. under which the "cut-off' through
.,. :.:: to connect the Trans-Siberian and the
: ,- proxvile tor the retention of the ownership
.' :h, Chine-se Eastern. but with provision for
S ':'i ir. c; Chinese imperial police for Russian "ratl-


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THE GOVERNMENT IAW SjSPEg)ED OPERATIONS ON THE CANAL UNTIL THE PLACE CAN BE
MADE MORE HOM3iUKE AIND UNTIr T.HE ESTABUISH.MENT OF RESTAURANTS WITH AMERICAN
FOOD'-AD IBi--News It.


MANY CAl- IS FnR


W. J. Abell, Whose Place of Busi-

ness, Adjoined Greek Fruit

Stand, Has Fever


DR. GUITERAS HERE


Arrived Late and Will Not ake

Statement Till To-day.

DR. PORTER HAS SITUATION 11
CHARGE AND HIS STATEMENT
TO THE PUBLIC 18 MOST RE-
ASSURI'NG-FUMIIGATION AND
SCREENING BEING DONE.


MiII*I i VIIi,,W I WVI Ope new case of yellow fever was
isoovered in Pensacola yesterday.
The patient is W. J. Abell who was
taken ill Saturday or Sunday, and
who is now at the home of Felix
IN FORMI T ION Giackmeyer, 216 East Government
street, just East of Tarragona street,
where he boards. The patient is very
ill, though his condition is not consid-
ered dangerous. The other three
M ID persons affected with the disease are
convalescing.
Yesterday afternoon Dr. Guiteras,
the famous Cuban yellow fever, ex-
Jurnal Was Kept Busy Last Night. pert, who has gained a reputation
throughout the world, reached the
Answering Those Who Wanted ity, and consulted with Dr. orter
and the local authorities during the
Information. night. He made no statement, how-
1In0lau0. ever, preferring to wait until he had
personally inspected the cases, which
he will do to-day.
The Journal seemed to be the bu- r. Porter On Situation.
reau of information yesterday and D. J S
last night, judging from the many Dr. Joseph Y. Porter, State Health
queries received over the phone Officer of Florida, who is in charge of
queriesthe situation and who spent all of
from parties who desired correct in- tyesterdaytn and who spent adl of
formation relative to the yellow lever yesterday in looking It over and con-
situationretive to the yellow evesuiting with physicians, was retiring
A'll of the questions asked were last night when seen by a Journal
cheerfully answered, and all .Infor- reporter. Alhough he was tired he
mation in possession of The Journal gave out a short statement, as fo-
lows:,
was cheerfully furnished. 'There is nethin_ new of any im-
Of course it required the services of pttance, except that one new cane
one ofthe force for severualhou has. been discovereCl The party is
to answer these inquiries, but this W. J. Abell. who conducted a busi-
does not matter with The Jomal It Abell, who conducted a busi-
does not matter with The Jorna It ness near the Greek fruit stand,
is prepared to furnish the news to the where one case was located, and who
public, and it does not matter whether is now at the home of Felix Glack.
the party asking for the information meyer on East Government street.
is a subscriber or not. The employees This case was reported to us by Dr.
are paid for that purpose and every Bruce. the attending physician, and
one is more than welcome to ask has been diagnosed as yellow fever.
about any matter, and can do so wi;i He was taken ill Saturday or Sunday,
tie assurance that the reoly will not and is now quite sick.
only be courteous, but al: the facts "As to the Greeks. three of whom
known will be related. had the fever, they are all convalez-
Those who wish to ascertain the cng slowly, but they are gaining in
latest developments in the fever sit- strength each day."
nation need not hesitate to call up 'When asked regarding the coming
over the telephone, night or day, anm: here of Dr. Gniteras, the yellow fever
The Journal will cheerfuilly supply expert, Dr. Porter saio':
the information. "Dr. Guiteras, who has the reputa-
tion of a great yellow fever expert,
THOUGHT BOOKR :has been in New Orleans for some
TH BiO E I d ays delh-ering lectures before the
medical fraternity there on the mo:-
T WAS T-IE P-ORTFR quito and the management of yellow
fever. lie lays str( ss upon the fact
that a certain species of mosquito is
Washington. A.g. 30.--A Des the sole transmitter of yellow fever,
MWoines Ia.. Xl)";3al slays: an'] therefor, ,: n b ist be erarlicated.
'Booker T. Wa-:hington was mistak- "To-morrow Dr. Guitpras will exam-
en for tlh porter a! a leading hotel in ine those who have bern declared as
Fairfield. Ia.. anti :.ked to )rin-g a having the f'vcr, and wi!l likely give
pitcher of ice water to the room of a cult a stati.f;l; retarding the same.
lady, who had been vainly working an I would be plea-ed, a.; h-ialth offlcr
electric l,11 for thirty minutes in try- (f the state, if the phy:;icians of the
ing to make her wise. kl:nown. (city would report to Dr. Gulteras any
"Certainly, madam, with' pleasure,": cases that illcy may have come under
said Washington. and pirocetded to tliei care, or rather any disease of
the hotel office, whinro he laughingly which they' may be uncertain. I do
told the clerk what had happened. 'ot know how long Ir. G(,iteras will
The clerk made ha~t-, to inform the Iain here. but would gla' for
lady up stairs that .he had made a m to stay as Ig as pv:;ible.
bg mistak. a- was !nch ch The State Bcnrd of Health, in
grinned over. Ih ;fe was much ont herdaling with all (caes of this nature.
grinned over the :affair anrl ent her.a
regrets. Washlingotn sent acsurancz:s lhs been honest w'.h the n. hilc, and
that he was not offen,'ed in the least.rcnc:hing is ever hidden. While the
alertard does not desire to injure any
TOWN OF TRILBY i c:t or town, it nevtheless believe
!in giving the true facts, that the pub-
WILL HOLD ELECTION!li, may be informed, and this is the
policy that is being pursued here. A
Trilby, Aug. 30.-In accordance w!th promise has bhon made to keep the
chapter 5094 of the laws of Florida, public informed and this is being
entitled an act ,to incorporate the town done. and will continue, and by fol-
of Trilby, etc., there will be an election lowing thih course the boari' has the
held on next Tuesday, September 5, confidence of the public.
for the purpose of electing a jayor,j "As to the city authorities." coW
a Marshal. who sha'l also be )tow tinted Dr. Porter, "'Mayor Blhis ha
Tax Collector; a Cle:k. who shall also given :np all the assistance possible
be town Tax As.-essor; a Treasurer -
and five Councilmen. (Continued on Fifth Page)


S DATES OF THE MOST IMPORTANT ACTIONS OF THE WAR. S
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Action off C'hemulpo................. .................Feb. 8, 1904
Attack( oil Po--t Arthur fleet..............................Fteb. 9, 1904
Hatirr: of The Ya.l............... .......................May 15, 1904
3- Battle of XNinShan...................................May 23-26, 1904
-- Capture of Wolf TIlls. Port Arthur ......................July 30,1904 I
-- Battle of Hai-Chen ................................. July 30-31, 1904 9
- Occ'-pation of New-Chwang.............................Aug. 8, 1904 0
- Naval Batlec of Port Arthur............................Aug. 10, 1904
-- Vladivstok Squal ron Action............................Aug. 4, 1904 4
- liartle of Liac-Yan .'.............................Aug. 26, Sept. 5, 1904
b Ratfi( of Sha IHi:.r.................................Oct. 11-21, 1904
C.pitillao:ion of i '; \.thu...............................an. 2, 1905
S at!e of M n.. ........................Feb. 26, Mar. 11, 1905 0
Battle of the Sea apt apan...........................May 27-28, 196
SPe.-ae Confcr.-nce )opened..............................Aug. 9, 1905 5
SPeace Agrood on..................................... Aug. 29, 1905 3
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T P jOUiRNAL'S Want Ad. pase
is always read )y 2early all
the people.


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. .. Rate for Yesterday Was Re-

markably Low.


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AN APPALLING AND

DISCREDITABLE DISASTER

THAT 18 WHAT SECRETARY OF NAVY TERMS THE U. S. S. BEN-
NINGTON TRAGEDY-CAPT. YOUNG AND' ENSIGN WADE
MUST FACE COURTMARSHAL.


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Shoes, Clothin, Men's and Boys' Underwear, Hats, Caps



Half Hose and Neckwear


Will begin Sept. 1st, at their Big Stores,


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


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


Misses' and Children's

Slippers and Oxfords.


75 PAIR OF BABY SLIPPERS,
SIZES 11/, TO 6, WORTH 75, 90c and
$1.00, PER PAIR THIS SALE 49c.
ONE LOT BAREFOOT SANDALS
SIZE 11 TO 2, WORTH $1.25 TO $1.50
AT 69c PER PAIR.
ONE LOT BAREFOOT SANDALS,
SIZE 5 TO 10, WORTH $1.00 PER PR.
NOW 55c.
100 PAIR CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS,
SIZES 6 TO 11, REGULAR $1.00 PER
PAIR: THIS SALE 65c.
175 PAIR CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS
SIZES 6 TO 2, MANY STYLES TO
SELECT FROM, WORTH 1.50 PErt
PAIR, THIS SALE 89c.
OUR ENTIRE LINE MISSES' AND
CHILDREN'S $1.75 AND $2.00 SLIP-
PERS AND OXFORDS, THIS SALE
$1.9.
30 PAIR MISSES' AND CHIL-
DREN'S WHITE CANVAS OXFORDS
AND SLIPPERS MERRIAMS' MAKE,
WORTH $1.50 TO $2.00, SIZES 6 TO
THIS SALE ALL ONE PRICE, 96c.
50 PAIR OF CHILDREN'S WHITE
CANVAS SLIPPERS, THIS SALE 73c
PER PAIR.
100 PAIR BABY SOFT SOLE
SHOES, SIZE 0 TO 3, ALL LEATHER
50c QUALITY THIS SALE 35e.
ALL OUR MISSES' AND CHIL-
DREN'S OXFORDS AND STRAP
SLIPPERS, $250 QUALITY, THIS
SALE $1.09.


Ladies' Oxfords and


Strap Slippers.


90 PAIR LADIES' GENUINE DON.
GOLA OXFORDS, SIZES 3 TO 8, PAT.
TIP; SOLD EVERYWHERE FOR
$1.25; THIS SALE 65c.
ONE LOT LADIES' COMMON
SENSE HOUSE SLIPPERS WITH
SINGLE STRAP, SIZES 3 TO 7; THE
$1.00 QUALITY, THIS SALE 79c.
300 PAIR LADIES' FINE OXFOROS
SIZE 2V2 TO 8, WORTH REGULAR
$1.50 TO $2.00, MANY STYLES TO
SELECT FROM; THIS SALE ONLY
$1.00 PER PAIR.
75 PAIR LADIES' ELEGANT
DRESS SLIPPERS IN STRAPS AND
RIBBON TIES, SIZES 11/2 TO 6 IN
PATENT KID, PATENT COLT AND
PLAIN KID, $2.50 AND $3.00 VALUES
THIS SALE $1.50.
ALL OF OUR LADIES' $1.50, $1.75
AND $2.00 STRAP SLIPPERS; THIS
SALE $1.05.
THE FOLLOWING REDUCTIONS
ON ALL CELEBRATED DUTOHESS
OXFORDS:
ALL TAN COLORS AT HALF
PRICE.


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BLACK OXFORDS
BLACK OXFORDS
BLACK OXFORDS


ONE LOT QUEEN QUALITY OX-
FORDS, WORTH $250 AND $3.00;
THIS SALE $1.45.
LADIES' WHITE CANVASS OX-
FORDS WORTH $1.75 TO $2.50.THIS
SALE $1.39.


MEN'S AND BOYS'
OXFORDS
And Outing Shoes.

75 PAIR WHITE AND GREY CAN-
VAS OXFORDS BOTH MEN'S AND
BOYS', $1.50 QUALITY; THIS SALE
85c.


20 PAIR MEN'S
CANVAS OXFORDS
THIS SALE $1.5.


FINE
$2.50


WHITE
VALUE;


ONE LOT MEN'S FINE CANVAS
OUTING SHOES, $2.50 AND $3.00
VALUES, THIS SALE $1.85.
ONE LOT MEN'S FINE BLACK
AND TAN IMPORTED RUSSIA
LEATHER GOLFING SHOES $3.50
VALUE THIS SALE $2.19.
OUR ENTIRE LINE BOYS' AND
YOUTHS' LOW SHOES; BURLEY&
STEVENS MAKE AT 20 PER CENT.
DISCOUNT DURING THIS SALE.
ONE LOT OF BOYS' BLACK AND
TAN; OXFORDS, $1.50 QUALITY
THIS SALE 90c
ALL OF OUR MEN'S $1.50 OX-
'FORDS AT $1.19.


ALL OF OUR MEN'S
FRDS AT $1.540


ALL OF OUR
FORDS AT $1.8I5


2.00 OX.


MEN'S $2.0 OX-


ALL OF OUR MEN'S $3.00 OX.
FORDS AT $2.3.
ALL OP OUR MEN'S $.50 OX-
FORDS AT $2J8.
ALL OF OUR MEN'S CELEBRATE.
ED DUNLAP OXFORDS IN SHINY
AND DULL LEATHER, BOTH BLK.
AND TAN, $5.00 SELLERS THIS
SALE $3.95.


This Sale Will Continue B1 Days.


MEN'S AND BOYS'


CLOTHING.


ONE LOT MEN'S WASH SUITS,
$2.50 VALUE; THIS SALE $185
ALL OF OUR PURE LINEN SUITS
$5.00 AND $6.00 QUALITIES; THIS
SALE $3.95.
ONE LOT MEN'S WASH PANTS,
$1.25 VALUE; THIS SALE 90c PER
PAIR.
ANY $10.00 SUIT IN OUR IM-
MENSE LINE; THIS SALE $7.75.
ALL $12.50 SUITS THIS SALE $9.00
YOUR CHOICE OF OUR ELEGANT
LINE OF $15.00 SUITS DURING
THIS SALE FOR $11.50.
$12.75 WILL BUY ANY OF OUR
ELEGANT IMPORTED WORSTED
OR CRASH SUITS, WORTH $16.50to
$20.00, DURING THIS SALE.
ONE LOT OF BOYS' WASH SUITS
WORTH $1.25 TO $2.00 THIS SALE
75c PER PAIR.


A SWEEPING REDUCTION
PER CENT ON ALL OUR
LIGHT-WEIGHT WORSTED
CASIMERE SUITS DURING
SALE.


OF 20
BOYS'
AND
THIS


200 PAIR BOYS' WASH PANTS,
25c QUALITY; THIS SALE 18c, SIZE
5 TO 15.
25 PAIR BOYS' FINE CORDED
PIQUE AND LINEN CRASH BLOUSE
PANTS, SIZE 5 TO 10, 75 QUALITY
THIS SALE $o PER PAIR.
200 PAIR MEN'S CELEBRATED
DUTCHESS COTTONADE PANTS;
$1.25 QUALITY; THIS SALE 890.
20 PER CENT OFF DURING THIS
SALE ON ALL OUR FINE WORST-
ED TROUSERS RANGING IN PRICE
FROM $2.50 TO $8.00 PER PAIR.


Men's and Boys'


Straw


and Panama Hats.


ONE LOT OF MEN'S EXTRA FINE
MILAND, MACKINAW, AND SPLIT
STRAW HATS WORTH REGULAR
FROM $1.50 TO $3.00; THIS SALE
50c.
ONE LOT OF BOYS' AND CHIL.
DREN'S HATS, 25c VALUES; THIS
SALE 10c.
YOUR CHOICE OF ANY 50O
STRAW HAT IN OUR ENTIRE
LINE; MEN'S OR BOYS' FOR 35c.
ALL OF OUR 75c STRAWS FOR
45c.
ALL OF OUR $1.00 STRAWS FOR


69o.
ALL
89c.
ALL
$1.00.
ALL
$1.25.
ALL
$1.50.
$8.00
$IAO.
WaOO


OF OUR $1.50 STRAWS FOR
OF OUR $2.00 STRAWS FOR
OF OUR $2.50 STRAWS FOR
OF OUR $3.00 STRAWS FOR


PANAMAS FOR $4.78.


$10.00 RANAMAS FOR $6.50.
$12.00 PANAMA8 FOR $850
$20.00 PANAMAS FOR $15.00


Boys' & Children's Caps.
WE CARRY THE LARGEST AND
BEST SELECTED LINE OF THIS
STYLE OF HEAD GEAR TO BE
FOUND IN THIS CITY; DURING
THIS SALE WE OFFER YOU YOUR
CHOICE AT THE FOLLOWING EX-
CEEDINGLY LOW PRICES: 25c,
CAPS FOR 19k; 50c CAPS FOR 35e;
75c CAPS FOR 49c;$1.00 CAPS POR
75c; $1.25 CAPS FOR 95c; 1.0
CAPS FOR $1.10; $2.00 CAPS FOR
$1.35.


Boys' 8 Men's
THE MOST COMP
BE FOUND IN THE
YOUR CHOICE Or
LINE OF 15 ELEGA
500 VALUES AT 39o
25 PER CENT RI
ALL UNDERWEAR I
LAR PER SUIT UP.

Hosiery and
150 DOZEN MEN'W
10c VALUES; THIS (
PAIR.
100 DOZEN MEN'
IN BOTH FANCY A
VALUES THIS SALE
50 DOZEN MEN'
HOSE; MANY STYL
FROM; 25c VALUE
19c.
YOUR CHOICE OF
LINE OF 50c HALF
DURING THIS SALE
200 DOZEN FINE
SILK SHIELD BOW
FROM 10 TO 25c EA
3e EACH.
ONE LOT OF FINI
25c QUALITY; THIS
YOUR CHOICE 01
LINE OF 25c FOUR-I
8OR AND CLUB TIE
YOUR CHOICE OF
LINE OF 50c WINDS
FOUR-IN-HANDS I
SALE FOR 400.

Men's 6 Boys'
BOYS 15o SUSPEND
BOYS' 20 SUSPEND
BOYS' 25c SUSPEND
MEN'S $1.00 SUS


85c.
MEN'S
MEN'S
MEN'S


750 SUSPEP
50c SUSPEI
25. SUSPEf


No Goods will be Charged at these Pric


All Mail Orders must be accompanied by the cash or its equivalent.

SALE BEGINS FRIDAY, SEPT. 1st, AT 8 O'CLOCK.

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St,!' in Business!
GEORGE A. PETTERSON,
; ,*,\ cated a'
oe'. Gcvcrnment and Barcelona Str.,
a: .. .: ;prepared than ever
i sa', :yp>'pewriters.
:::- -'oi lock-. light ma-
Sir\- an i bicycles.
PHONE 203.

S. K. WHITE,
*lheekWer, MaIm etMIu de~s
t d QdwMu OadlmM
I-R Pta afz Stre,. PeOWOiWa. Pb

PERRY NEWS NOTES

!'.. .v -,u :'-.-T J. Hight. sheriff
'... a n ><';i left atre ye terr
1i; .!1:._ r' '.u"ning to Thomasviiie
a..,.i n. caia important bu:Ai-
:.a ..l his immediate
-. , :.a: ;herefo)re tnis ne-
"--' 'ul,;i s: ;: up pursuit of the
:, ., .; he assAu!
Sr, :. :. best 'nfornilaion
.* i,: .; : h I: lef: was that the re-
*-- i:d ...:; ;'.'ca:ed in Ol Town and
". o;,.-r f he(, ice plant have
S, , : : :i ti,- ci,, authorities s I
S. ." : .:.;r l high: fir general
::+ .:. ui have reIlied ".tt;
: -:. ran i' St if th I plant
S* a:, . fu:nish ;h!e city wit l
:.'. :i.,-l r of light fre" ot
V\ -. r;iana.(r of Ine Hor-
:::; ri 'Iitms Avia
S ,. :,- ;'a ;led in :he
S. : !r in on East


...'erday r irw
: ti Pi afatCh tron
';a :iw'-% anl is
* .---"ad lotice at
-'-:itti, and saw--
i.-ti sre to oc--
*i- h taking *'h
IUIV'll for the


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!...r, -. buying up all


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S ::ters aind butc.ners
,' r slocK are nick-
' p'.- av' so high for cat-
a:,io" really at a I)"
T :. , ',aic:id a high
a fT'rr iir. ri 'hat sets
: kirkin.n
; rjine h 'i new ,i. "sr and busi-
...: h wit:h Aigotiatjans

Grocers Attention.
*'*"-*l* i.:<.-- Mfg. Co..


S:: ',:- (h., liberal prop-
---- -'--.-i,::- 1 ': Biue Ri"-
,- \' 'or ten j'ays.

i'. c'al and wood flrm
S". : ha beecn chang?.I
S' Piries whj
'a ali twod cheap tor
t fil,! it to their
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AXMNP Irp a every fom, and will build up and China." A note In Baring-Gould's book
strengthen these organs so they wiU adds: "In the College of Physicians
The ou l sd honor, not fame; to be perform their functions properly. No and Surgeons at Dublin may still be
prigt. not successful to be d. ot danger of Bright's disease or diabetes seen a human skeleton with a tall
.prtp ..t .eur;.; to be oesseia o if Foley's Kidney Cure i. taken in seven inches long. There are many
ardiy, re.;to be tb enti.-W ot time. W. A. D'Alemberte, Druggist known instances of this elongation; l
wa~ly, reectable.--Womana Li. and Apothecary. the caudal vertebra, as in the Poo
-&- n Vt~nmn 1


n- angs in Borneo."
Wlrmdll to GuOets.
This notice greets one In a hotel
opened by a foreigner who has just
"mastered" the English language:
P CIA"Gentlemen who come in this hotel not
EC IA L ROy anything about their meals they
will be charged for, and if they should
sy beforehand that they are going
Sout to breakfast or dinner, and it they
- e are overstocked. A very large line of LESTER, CLUTTER and CASSELL they hae not anything to eat they
S- will be charged, or unless they bring
Pfanos on which we will make a reduction of $25 to $75 for August sales it to the notice of the manager. And
no fas will be allowed afterward about
It, and nothing will be allowed to ,te-
Very Special CASSELL PIANOS, S275. Regular price, duct anything oGut of "-Parls Eng-
I "Ish and American Gazette.
$325. Terms, $10 Cash, $6 per month. Bring the ,
SOn onei yo uot r he n M . .
S 0 with you. Stool, Scarf, lusic and two years'free On one ocason when "Te MI.-
Sde" was being rehearsed Gllbert called
tuning. The Best Piano ever offered for the money. oet from the middle of the stalls,
"There is a gentlnman in the left
group not holding his fan correctly."
planned. "There to one gentleman" he
41.xLL LL r Ad^o I MsLa "who Ib absent through illness "
112 and 114 South Pa i x Stret, Pensacoa, F'n1 "Ahl," came the reply fromna the author
12 and 14 south Pal Street Pensacola, gave, matter of fact tones, "that Is
III I ,. ... ....not the gentleman I an refer in to"
-Dundee Advertlser.


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WORLD UNITES I OLD PEOPLE 'OR L3
iLuL11AND1 THEIR iBTRoJMs

PRAISE TO TIlE J sACN- IT
Old more. mre of do Itn
schesaind iom ors elife than W'ttw
ymng. This is prfectly .natMral, | I
S TO causetheir blood a 5ot so 4o=a Inor
their pow," of rersists nnki
troubsthat a younger, healthy it.
tio cohtl t ofmn alict them.
PRES IDENT -HOME
PR SI EN the 1h be vil war I oa t O7?
tarrh and ta with ito fr t
Lmea years. I wid Vaions rmdiea
(Continued pint Page.) doctor, with no oo1 us rult.
,and ed it gs 7 i. t kFron otSp s
!! e president personally. w the mad~ema I was in need t and
i1 is expected that a brilliant scene dreadful awas t alongGovernor and Family
v il1 mark the signing of the treaty.i ywI ad meet of the pains and all.
!emniers of both missions will attend t ineidet tothattimeofli; but SpentVacation.
n ful diploInati kiUthisirestromedy forawhile Vacation
final session in full diplomatic MY I I ;?1.
rs. A series of photographsil5ru A*.Wfit i &m,;oao.mm-or
I probably be taken and tha envoys j 5 ObWaO oI % 7sL flS1. The Jacksonville IT'me-Union c
7- ho president present that heof... othlng als it tni Wednesday says:
*i a .. in a historic pa4ring of the iA btlaod Apt"er, and I -roeo..A-ad it Hon. Napoleon B. birward, Govel
,e which some distinguished ar- i o re, Ark. L. S .LCrav nor of Florida, spent yesterday in th
:..-; wv. i'e commissioned to prepare city and was warmly greeted by hi
.-nl whichrlill eventually find a Rheumatic pains, sleepless nights, many friends. The Governor has J's
pacr in the whi!t house. ikle appetites, etc., are not imaginary returned from a trip to IfHot. priugi
No arraneementrs regarding the ar- withhold people, asissometimesthought. Ark., and other places in t, middle
rr> tice hav-e yet been ireed to. They need a atedirine that will supply West. He was acoomp nied-zby Mrs
An anomalous situation exists as to their blood witbits lost vigor and build Broward and their dpageis an.
*he impression created by the conclr- ap and strengthen their constitutions. while here were guests at it Aragor
s:on of *h. war. While the outside S. S. S.is the ideal remedy for Old Peo- Although he has been away tor se'
vor;(l applauds there is evident dis- p. It is made entirely from roots, eral weeks, Governor Br-iward ha
appointmment in Japan over the herbs and barks, and does notinjure the kept in direct touch with everythlun
:.rrms. In Russia where it seems system in the let as dothose medicines going on in Florida and is well post
;t.ere shni be universal rejoicing containing nminera ingredients. S. S. S. regarding all that has bee.i done dut
ovCer the great diplomatic victory of is gentle in its action,purifying the blood ing his absence. He is greatly plei
Mr. Witte, the government receives all posons ed with the splendid work of 0h
iT coldly. and relieving State Board of Health in prevention
old age -of tsthe Introduction of yellow fever 1
Joy and Relief at Odessa. dico ts Florida, and of the magnicent wo
Odessa. Aug. 30.-News of the con- supplying of Dr. Joseph Y. Porter and Dr. Bart
ei.sion of peace was received here bust, hethy lett at Tampa, in preventing the
ilh sincere joy and immense relief, PURELY VF.ETABLE. constitution. It spread of the disease after its intro
j anfis the g att duction in that city by an italian w ho
-.peciali as the promulgation of a of all tonics for increasing the appetite uctn that city by an Italian wh
ni a e f.r the mobilization of troops toning up the stomach, promoting thedi had been exposed to the fever in Nev
.,hi previous day clearly indicated gestionandhl.iilding uptheentiresystem. Orleans and left that city before a
;.. possibility. of a continuance of announcement had been made of it
hc war. The terms are considered THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlata, BSa, existence. ha
a great victory for Russian diploma- As to the efficiency of #he quaral
*' and especially for M. Witte. It is tine on the state line. Gb-ernor Brc
expected that Odessa's interrupted | ward and family can vouch tor th
commerce will now rapidly recover. RUN | IIE KRA UG vigilance of the inspec-ors, for the
had to produce identification certify
Universal Rejoicing in France. AT TAM PA ID cates to show that they had not been
Paris, Aug. 30.-Univeral rejoic- T PA, 1F 11 in any infected territortv during th
ing has taken the place of the first preceding ten days.
feeling of surprise and almost in- Governor Broward is not yet read;
ereoulty that the Russians and' Japa- to make any announcement in regard
nese had answered affrmatively ELECTS NAME F to the great undertaking of reclaimn
President Roosevelt's appel in be- AMUSEMENT STREET OF ing lands in the Everglades. It wa
half of the civilized world for a cessa- stated that while in Chictgo Governo
tion of the useless and disastrous war. SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR IN Broward and Attorney--QGeeral Ellis
as members of the Board 4e Trustee
Another Hague Conference. NOVEMBER. of the Improvemnt Fund of Florida
Washington, D. C., Aug. 30.--It is investigated various dredlgi'ig devise
regarded as probable here that im- with a view of ascertaining wha
mediately upon the conclusion and The following is in the Times- might be the most suitable for the
final signing of the treaty of peace Union's Tampa correspondence: work to be undertaken 1a this sta .
between Russia and Japan there will cref sp e r Governor Broward is not ready tosa;
be renewed an effort to secure an- The committee of newspaper men what-,has been decided upno or wha
other meeting of the Hague confer- designated by the Tampa Tribune tu will be recommended ta.bhe board.
ence. in accordance with President decide its contest for the choice of a The members of the Florida bta.
Roosevelt's suggestion to the powers name for the amusement street of Troops are interested in Governo
last spring. the state fair, to be held here in Nov- Broard's return and LeL thet a
--- ember have selected "The Range," as soon a te gets to Tallatirasee fe rw-i!
the most appropriate,ouofheaer take up witn the Adjutant General
Q 500 names suggested by readers of the matter of the state encaMppmen
% THE WAR AT A GLANCE. the Tribune. Four of the five com- and that the date and place will be
'A. *mitteemen invited to choose the narle announced.
% War began.... .. ..Feb. 1904 4 met In the Tribune editorial rooms The trip to Hot Springs was greal
- Duration in davs .. .. ..527 and after going over the entire l1s 1y enjoyed by Governor 3roward air
* Cost to Russia testi- unanimously decided upon The Rane, family and all were grea'l improyod
- mated).. .. ....$1,875,.00000 the name submied b Hon. Charles in health by their ,sojou tii1the ft,
* Cost to Japan (esli-*s mous resort.
SCost to Japan (esti- ed........$1,500,000,00E. Worth, Tax Collector of Hillsbor- mouse resort.
S mated).. .. ....1,300,000,000 ough county, who was the first to
SRussia's casualties in send in this name and who. under IF YOU WANT YOUR WINDOW!
S battle.. ..............42,000 the announcement of the Tribune, se- AND DOORS SCREENED IN A
k Japanese casualties *i cures a year's subscription to that HURRY, TELEPHONE F. M. WIL
S in battle.. ............17,000 representative Tampa daily, besides LLAMS, 806, ONE RING.
- Russian warships iX having the honor of being known as
lost or captured.... .. ..... the christened of the frolic avenue MEN WITH TAILS.
. Japanese warships lost.. ..12 of the big fair.
Value of Russian The name is very generally Oacc(pt- eer Recordl of an old Time Writ-
ship lost.. .......$10,000,000 ed as the most appropriate of :-3o er on Thi Su*lfet.
ialue of Japanese large number submit ted anI pubTis l: Mention of an obscure belief n other
ships lost..... ...$15,000,000 _Z_ from time to time In the Tribune alMou
Ir already the phrase "Running ihli countries that Englishmen used to wear
# Range" is in everybody's month. tails has prompted a correspondent to
E. D. Lambright, the versatile city submit some information regarding the
Sick headache results from a disord-. editor of the Tribune, in announcing subject of tails in general. Dr. John
cred condition cf the somach and Is the selection cf the name in thi-- Wolff, an old time writer, said: "There
quickly cured by Chamberlain's Stom- morning's i.sue of the paper, head: is even In England a gentleman of
ach and Liver Tablets. For sale by his item with the following clever lii-' dark complexjpn and of great talents
an druggists. of rhyme on the range: who walks exactly as if he had a tall.
"The Range! The Range! We'll Run andi people of high rank told me that
the Range he and his family were known to have
orsh e anage. The seekers for fun tails, and therefore In his carriage
In the early part of the nlIneteth And everything novel or strange there is a hole in the seat where he
century in the town of Banjoemas, on The foolish, the queer, s n e ma beae
the island of Java a negro tie de Will all e there sit in order that he may be able t
turned to cnstrct a m sal nst- Awaiting a shower of "cliange,'' st comorto s bly."
box and beding It witt a gotsSak h The sights we'll see, the Middle Ages" contains the follow.
ranaan le ou it da ing Rtnning the Range! The Range!" ing: "Dr. Wolff in his travels and ad.
ran a handle thuned t a adapting The Times -nion representative ventures ays, 'There are men and
vtoltn itrings t e to tae taire, suggests that s '!ne Florida musicIan women in Abyssinia with tails like
hifth and eighth notes of an octave, b compose some tuneful music for the dogs and homrses.' Wolff also heard
chrstetned it a banjo, from the Art bright litl jingle. from a great many Abysslnians and
two syllables of bhis nativtre town. Grad- Armentans (and Wolf Is convinced of
mal lmprovements this rough and WILL INTEREST MANY. the truth of It) that there are near
ready inutrumwt ere Made, and about Narea, in byssinia, people-men and
the middle of the eotwry It aoewd the avery person should know that god I women-awlth large tails, with which
Atlantic and, though unpopular in Lo- health is impossible if the kidney. ar" I wo lr t
don -t -- t '---- ee* -cure kidney and bladder diseae n and there are also such people near


the


announcement of yellow fever

in our town. I hope It Is not so.

But If this s the case, we all


know


the


remedy which


is


doing sure work, and all know


the right place to get it.


Don't get excited; one to


two bottles of BOSSO'S med-


icine is guaranteed to cure or


prevent any case.


NICK'S RESTAURANT


is the


C.


depot


for


BOSSO'S.


APOSTLE.


I


20 CHOLERA

CASES REPORTED


THE WEATHER

FOR SEPTEMBER


Pensacola Has Two Kinds


...of Meat Markets...


WEST PRUSSIA IN GRIP OF DATA COVERING PERIOD OF 25


SSCOURGE AND GOVERNMENT
SENDS RELIEF.

By Associated Press.
Berlin, Aug. 30.-It is llicially re
ported that twenty cases of cholera
and six deaths have occurred in West
Prussia near the Wehsel River. The
government is sending physicians and
relief.
re T New Cases.
nianoio Aiug 20.-Two new cholera


YEARS AND SHOWING WHAT
MAY BE EXPECTED.

Observer Wm. F. Reed, of the local
weather bureau ha- compiled the fol-
lowing data, covering a period of 25
years from the weather bureau rec-
orlds at Pensacola, Fla. They are
issued to show the cona'tions that
have prevailed, during the month of
September far the above period of
'years. but must not be construed as


cases and one death are reported in a forecast of the weather conditions
the village of Filehne. for the corning month:
Temperatures -Mean or normal tem-
perature, 78 dlgires. The warmest
month was that of 1900, with an aver-
COIFOBTING WORDS. age of 81 degrees. The coldest month
was that of 18.2, with an average of
76 degrees. The highest temperature
was 96 on the 30th. 1904. The lowest
Many a Pensacola Household Will temporaturc was 54 degrees on 30,
F indTh1888; 20, 1889; 29, 1890; 30, 1896
Find Them So. The earliest a'ate on which first "kill-
ing" frost occurred in autumn, No-.
To have the pains and aches of a %ember 12th. Average date on which"
bad back removed; to be entirely free first "killing" frost occurred in- au-
from annoying, dangerous urinary dis- tumn, December 5th. Average date
orders is enough to make any kidney on which last killingg" frost occur-
sufferer grateful. To tell how this red in spring. February 23rd. The
great change can be 'brought about latest date on which last "killing"
will prove comforting words to hun- frost occurred in spring, April 6th.
dreds of Pensacola readers. Precipitation, (rain or melted
A. Oerting, seaman, of 419 L street, snow)--Average for the month, 4.61
tells how to do it. He says: "From inches. Average number of days
my experience with Doan's Kidney with .01 of an inch or more 9. The
Pills I can strongly recommend them greatest monthly precipitation was
to anyone in need of a good medicine 17.93 Inches in 1898. The least
for the kidneys. Kidney complaint monthly precipitation was 0.29 inches
and backache caused me suffering at in 1904. The greatest amount of
intervals. 'or years. The first or se,:- precipitation recorded In any 24
ond attack I did not mind, but as time consecutive hours was 6.12 inches on
went by they grew worse and at the 14th and 15th. 1881.
times laid me up. I could hardly Clouds and weather-Average num-
walk and it was a difficult matter to her of clear days. 15; partly cloudy
straighten after stooping while the kid- days, 10; cloudy days 5.
ney secretlops were irregular and un- Wint---The prevailing winds have
natural. Doan's Kidney Pills preoc-urcd been from the northeast. The aver-,
at Sidney Kahn' drug store, No. age hourly velocity of the wind is
9 South Palafox street, cured 9.1 miles. The highest velocity of
me. From personal experience I know the wind was 50 miles from the north
that this remedy can be depended up- onSeptember 9th, 1SS2.
on to fulfill the representations made
for it."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 A little forethought'may save yon
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, Lo end of trouble. Anyone who makes
N. Y., sole agents for the United L; a rule to keep Chaml-eriain's Colic,
States. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at
Remember the name-Doan's-and hand knows this to oe a fact. For
take no other. sale by all druggists.


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

We Strike the
Happy Medium

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


F. E. Gartland


28 E. Government Street.


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The Home r

This Fall.

This may Le dome
at little expense,
with a few well-
framed pictures on
the bare walls.
WE FRAME PICTURES JUST
AS YOU DESIRE.
We carry a large
line of molding for
the purpose.



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PENSACOLA, FLORI DA, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31, 1995.

IZ-;.'e :-*WT- e At Work for

WHERE IT IS TO BE FOUND. a Federal Ouarantine Service.
,', The Pensacola Journal is on -X The Journal is pleased to note that,
f- sale at the following places in '- following the lead of Florida. numer-
the city: : ous other states are now at work la
# Bay Hotel. 6'
Coe's Book Store. an effort to have a federal quarantine
f- Depot News Stand. I system established. The Memphbs
p Gem Book Store. s- Commercial-Appeal says:
Lewis House. Gov. Jelks of Alabama and member
*' Merchants Hotel. of the Legislature of that state are re-
:- Southern Hotel. # ported as engaged in an effort to
.' Thompson's Book Stoe. % cause Alabama as a commonwealth to
4. Wagand Ice Cream Parlor, champion the cause of a Federal ma-
Wagenheim's News Stand. rine quarantine. The movement is
4 Walker's Book Store. !wwise, sensible and timely and should
"'receive the support not only of the
:, .O- .^-.- #MM- NMM-MEi people of Alabama, but of all the other
States of the south.
Fighting yellow fever and ocherr
GOING AWAY? i plagues of the kind before they r-ach
When you leave the city for your the coast line of the United States is
summer vacation have The Pensacola a duty rightly belonging to the r.7-
ernment. It has been deterred froti
ou? follow yo. Notify cirul. assuming this duty in the past be
ticn r.anager, Phone 38. cause of various reasons of essential-
ly a local nature, but the magnituJe of
the interests involved in prevention;
Fever Situation the entry of disease into this country
outweighs the combined business and
Presents Assuring Aspect. political objections of the opponents
of the Federal Marine quarantine .
The fever situation in Pensacola Besides the health of the country
could not possibly be more assuring must take precedence of both politics
than .: is at present. and business and the sooner the south-
The one new case discovered yes- ern states get together on this ques-
trda i in the same vicinity as aretion of health and relegate politics
e e i y as ae and certain local interests to the back.
t'ose ,of the three Greeks previously ground the better it will be for this
rcpon!vd and all are closely quaran- entire section.
tnell and guarded. No one state is properly equipped
The threee original cases are conva- to maintain a strict routine of guard-
ree oria c s ae c ing the coast from the entry of dt -
lesctni and in a few days should be ease. Moreover local interest wouht
entirc!y we!l. It is evident that these more than likely cause o.ie state to
cases were of a mild type and, while' establish an easy quarantine when an
iL is possible that other cases mav othe' is put'ing a strict one in force.
r There is nothing to be gained by
fio. the physicians are watching leaving this marine fight to the stats.
the -.:uatiun so closely that prompt bur everything to lose, while on the
Utea:!iel.: will be assured. other hand the government is oamp!
Th work of screening and fumi- able and we believe quite willing to
atinithe houses in the quarantine i make uniform and effective warfare
atr, ,i. house, !n tuhe quarantinel against the invasion of every s,rt of
d/trh': is being pushed very rapidly disease.
and is hlcped :hat all infected mos-1 A five or six days1 delay in qiaran-
quito-s ma. be destroyed before there tine of vessels from supicious pors
is tme for them to spread the disease. will doubtless delay shipping from
Stie or them to spread the disease, those ports, but the trifling cost of
The, health authorities are doing this delay ought not to stand for a
everything possible to stop the dis- moment against the health of a greatt
case righl whire it is now and their section of the country. Therefore w:e
lprompt and efficient work is to l~' we\ 'ld urge the prominent men of
m.nnt.ndeod Ievery southern state to join hands


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Tht:e is 1i reason for a panic or
for an of the old time hysteria among
I ,nsac::l!ans now and The Journal is
; a' o e.e that practically all of
12i:em are taking the situation cooly
and :-gi:ai:y with the utmost faith
that medical science will take care
of the case.

President Roosevelt
a World Figure.
Th, part played by PresidentRoose-
velt in the peace negotiations which
trrm.iiatud s' happily, as iold by the,
Asso a!cd i'Pr(ss in The journal yes-
terda. morning, will, as a Berlin re-
port says, est!abl;sh him *s the firs'.
figure in i:tr.irnational statesmanship.
Probably no na n :n public life has;
over grown to such proportions in;
public esteem and confidence as nas~
President Rooseve"t, and parti-ularly
during tihe past two years. He not
on:v received the largest popular r vo,',
*ver cast for a presidential candidate.


The Journal Pfrnted Our.


ng July, 1905, a


Total of


112,875


COPIES


or an average


4c3 :31
DAILY


The following figures show The Pen-
sacola Joumnal's circulation for each


breaking down par;y lines and party day during tha month of July, 1905,
prejudire. ut bn! is easily today the with the average number of copies
most sta;wart representative of the daily
Amerian ':l'ea" which the countryuly 1 40 July 16 4,0
afford- *Jly 1 4,250 July 16 4,500
afiorLd 'July 2 4,500 July 17 ....
in ta':ir-g tle initiative in callingthe July 3 .... July 18 4,200
pea<- renfe.-cnce an.1 in using ns uJly 4 4,250 July 19 4,900
goo4 of c~ o secure an a?:juszmernt July 5 4,250 July 20 4,425
a the diffcre, ni s whieh throa.nei JUly 6 4250 July 21 4,200
July 7 4,250 July 22 4,300
r a t:me : 'rcc: all aspectscts o0 July 8 4,250 July 23 4,450
qeac<. president Rooseve;t has at once .'uly 9 4,500 July 24
beconc a wcrr.I fgure an, one whose July 10 .. .. July 25 4300
glace In history must Pui will rink July 11 4250 July 26 4,300
1lth the z:catest of the present time. July 12 4250 July 27 4,300
July 13 4,250 July 28 4300
'uly 14 4,250 July 29 4,350
Referring to yel!!ow fever in New July 13 4,250 July 80 4,600
leans, an old citizen who has pass-, Total for the month ...... 112,875
Stbrou.gh a r.n;nubr of ep;ideics,. Average per day ...........4,341
face and in:iudfng t'^at of 1S53, won-
tace and inludng at of8,on I hereby certify that the above state-
ers why in these cases we never hcer met is correct according to the reo
of "black vomit." He says the ma:l- words on le in this oRMe
d y must be in cxtremely mild form In FRED A. SWET,
(his instance, or it is not yellow firer. Circulation Mr.
Be sars this used to be a feature that
always went with fever in mallgna.x Sworn to and subscribed before me
bfrm Since we come to think of it ths 31 t day of July, 1905.
there has been no mention of it in thit J. P. STOKES ,
btmea --Mobile lt>. Notary PUc' .


with Gov. Jelks and use their best ef-
forts to cause their respective states
to fall into line to the *ld that the
demand for Federal Marine qearadtite
may be universal.
Louisiana, benefitting so largely
from the Federal Marine service.
should be the first to take this post-
tion. Mississippi, forced to, borrow
Money to fight the plague, will doub'-
less recognize the economy and wia-
dom of transferring the battle to the
Federal authorities. Georgia, South
Carolina and Flofida will doubtless be
glad to fall into line. Tennessee, we
are certain, will not be found back-
ward, and if the people of Arkansas
know what is good for them-and we
Think they do-they will make the
fight of their lives to secure a 9"6o


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SSTA TE PRESS COMMENT


I ON WILLIAMS CASE

CgB


The William8 Trial
The trial of murderer Williams, of
Penticola. who wantonly snot to death
his venerable employer, k!!'ed another
man and badly wounded a third while
crazed with whiskey, has been set tor
Augast 9th. It will be interesting to
see what kind of defense ingenious
lawyers will be able to put up in such
a case.-Levy Times-Democrat.
A Double Dose.
W. F. Williams has been convicted
of the murder of John White in Pen-
sacola, with a recommendation to
mercy. He will be placed on trial
again in a few days for the murder tf
Edward Dansby, he having killed both
White and Dansby. if convicted with-
out a recommendation, guess they will
hang him and then seno him to the
penitentiary, or send him to the pen


terrifying to all murderous-hearted
men, is entirely too soft-hearted-
likewise, too soft-headed-to be en-
trusted with the stern business of
administering the criminal law.-
Live Oak Democrat.
*
A Farce Pure and Simple.
We made up our mind before the
trial of Williams, in Pensacola, for
the murder of his employer, John
White, that it he escaped the gallows
there is positively no possibility of
hanging a man for murder in this
state. He was recommended to mer-
cy. We now move that the death
penalty for the crime of murder be
stricken out, not because we are op-
posed to it, but because it is a farce
pure and simple.-Marianna Times-
Courier.
* *


for life and then hang.him.-Live Oak Will Be Tried Again.
Crescent. Murderer Williams over at Pensa-
cola only got the pen for life, when it
Why the Recommendation? was generally expected and desired
Just where that Pensacola jury that he should get the a'eath penalty
found a reason for the mercy recom- as there was not one extenuating cir-
mendation in the case against Will- cumstance to be urged in his behalf.
liams, the double murderer, is a little For the other murder he committed:
beyond our understanding. Perhaps, he will be tried in Jackson county on
in the cause of justice, it is better that a change of venue.---uwanee County
his second trial be had in another Democrat.
county.-Madison New Enterprise. * *
* Another Miscarriage.
Hopes For Justice. Williams, the red-handed Pensacola
The biggest thing in the way of murderer, who shot down two men
court proceedings for this wqek is on in cold blood, without the slightest
at Pensacola, in the trial of W. F. shadow of Justification and without
Williams for the murder of John giving his victims the least opportu-
White and Edward Dansby, which nity to escape, has been very fortun-
occurred last month. This was one ate in being tried before a jury of a.,
ot the most diabolical murders on type similar to the one which recent-i
record in the state and we hope to ly registered a signal miscarriage of
see justice done.-Marianna. Times- Justice in the' criminal court of thi:i
Courier. .. county. ,
* The Pensacola jury recommended
Lead to Lynch Law. Williams to mercy and it is doubtful
In the trial of Williams for the, i he will even receive the punishment
murder of John White in Pensacola of imprisonment for life, the "insan-
last week the jury returned a verdict Ity dLodge" now being under full head-
of guilty with a recommendation to way and every method known to the
the mercy of the court, which oflprocess of sealing a criminal from
course means a life sentence. The the law havlpg been put into opera-
evidence was most conclusive as to tion.
the fact that the murder was one of Williams's insanity began immedi-
the most cold-blooded, d'iabolical ately after his arrest, when his hands;'
crimes ever committed by man where were still breaking with the blood of
man was the victim, and yet the jury his victims. Lacking the theatrical
after being out but little over an hour talent necessary to a sustained effort..
returned this verdict. We do not at feigning permanent Insanity, he1
know and do not care to speculate as essayed the "occasional spell" scheme
to their reasons. They possibly and, although evidently perfectly
thought that In the other case- that sane up to and during the commission
of the murder of Dansby-where'of the double-murder, the jury, in i
there was not even the shadow of the'their great tenderness of near. let
excuse that the defence tried to raise this foul murderer escape the noose
in the White case, another jury might on the thin plea manufactured to
sentence him to be hanged. Let that suit the occasion.
he as it may, it is just such verdicts Jurors who thus shut their eyes to !
of juries as this that leads to lynch law and facts should have their names'
law. Indeed if reports are to be be- permanently remove, from the jury
lievea' it was only the assurance of box, and it should be made impossi-
srecdy trial that saved the state that ble for them to again serve in any
blot in this case.-DeFunlak Breeze. ccurt In the state. Tampa recently
* had a dose of the same sort of medi-
Widespread Disgust. cine. As long as such men are per-
There seems to be widespread d1s- mitted to occupy the sacred presincts
gust among the law-abiding people of the jury-box, murder and all its
of Florida over the verdict in the kindred crimes will continue to in-
case of murderer Williams at Pensa- crease in Florida and it will soon be-
cola. A jury that would recommend come an axiom that tne man who
such a cruel-hearte' assassin to slays his fellow-man may safely count
mercy and thereby cheat the gallows on exoneration before a jury, what-
co its dues and rob the cause of civil- ever the nature of his crime.-Tampa
ization in Florida of an object lesson Tribune.
vwAN d


AD. LOGIC
"Who sets about has half-performed
his task." The woman who rea ts i h
ads. has half-finished her shopping be-
fore she has left the house.

The woman who reads ads. has the
same advantage over the woman who
doesn't that the person who knows
things holds over the person who does
not in any other walk of life.

"Too swift arrives as tardy as too
slow," and the shopper who rushes to
the stores before reading the ads.
spends hours in finding out things
which the ads. would have told her at
the start.

Unless you are looking for a quiet
place, in which to rest for a while, yTu
can well afford to pass by the store
that does not advertise. The store



NEXT SUNDAY


SHERLOCK. tiOI.ME
Inme are~ Mm


Srectly on the liver. They cure
S Jconstipatfba, biousness, sick-
^ headache. Thic stfamily laxe.
. tive. Sold n. all parts of te
wC orld forovtr syears3. ca.


teetmn along the coast which will
eliminate for the future polit!cal
wr ag over the state's health.
This is 1I line with what The Jour-
nal has previously advoca td and one
of the po its which The Journal made.
vix: that the interior states are as
much kIterested in the matter as the
coast states, is forcibly illustrate ini
the above.
The time to agitate the subject is
right now while the fever situation is
In public attention, and The Journam
trusts the agitation will be so effee-
tive that when congress meets in the
fall some legislation looking to a 'jd-
eral quarantine system will be enac?-d.


Real Estate


We are prepared to take all

the real estate that is on the


market.


Escambia


Phone 1052.


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Pensacola, Fla.
ROOMS WITH RUNNING WATER AND PRIVATE BLTIIS.
LARGE SAMPLE ROOMS.
peoial Weekly Rates for Table Board.
F. L. BOWEN, MapagCr.
formerly of Windsor and Ara gon Hotels, Jacksonville, Florida.


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CURIOSITY IS NOT ALWAYS A SIN
It will pay you to investigate our prices before buying your

Hardware, Sash, Doors, Blinds or Lumber.
We also handle Paints, Oils, Brick, Lime and Cement.
We can save you money on everything.


Saunders Mill Company


Offices
Factory


29 East Garden Street, Phone 717.
North Palafox Street. Phone 1130.


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that advertises WANTS your trade, ,ea-@ -**9a. *eeeo.@*-.0eo es pbb ,.-.
and incurs trouble and expense to con- Lan-an
vince you of it. The store that -- overdraf
doesn't, doesn't.THE STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN.ii:
"This restless world Is full of runiltur
chances," and the person who keeps (Florida Female College.) other rT
in touch with the ads. is not apt to TALAHASSE, FO fr
overlook many of them. TALnAHA E, FLORDA
The best college in the South for young ladies:. lUnsrpassed advantages nD"' 'a
THE DEAR OLD DAYS. n music and a-t under teachers whohave studied in America and Europe. Dp'frov
| Sewing, cooking an' industrial arts taught young women. Physical culture in 'ervea
Gimme back the dear old days-l.l; a gymnasium equipped with apparatus, swimming pool, etc., required under Chbek'a
the boys in line- the direction of atf experienced lady teacher. The only State Normal School Not ofi
"Boy stood on the burnin' deck," an' for WVomen prort by- the State of Florida, offering, professional one-year Fr banl
"Bingen on the Rhine!" courses, kindergarten training, andfour-year normal courses leading to the rney,
"'Twas midnight; in his gunrded tent" degree of L. I Al.'anced college courses of equal standing with the Univer- cent.
we spoke it high and low, s.ity leading to degree of B. A., B. S.,M. A., and M. S. T*10tn is free. Board LAwF'.
Whiie Mary trotted out that lanmb nominal. For catalog. said further particulars, write A. A. MURPHRE l Sp3l e..
whose fleece was white as President. Le&al t
snow." der not
iiredemp
U. 8.
Gimme back the dear old days that UNIVERSITY OF THE teachers: A one-y'ar course leading t o of ci
WithMemry lov s to keep STATE OF FLORIDA. a certificate, A three-year course lead- Total
With "Pilot, 'tis a fearful night- Ing to an L. I. Dplon; A four-year
there's danger on the deep!" course leadln to the degree of Bache f
The old-time, awkward g etures-the Embracing the following subjects: o"r Pe4agto. tleee o Bach.. Capital
,ur of Pedgogy. .u l a:uI
jerk, meant fer a boy;- L Language and Literature-A four. An mp.- crps of competent teach- "l"i
We said that "Curfew should not year course leading to the degree of A cr- and t
eras A high cu.rr'ilnW-?--Expenses In- 14&ons|
ring," but, Lord: 't's ringl' Pachelor of Arts, Greek is not re icludilng board, $I20 to 150 per year Due to
now! quired, but is offered as an elective, Fal term opens September 27, e19s nkto.
throughout the course. I Bena for Catalogue. tosk
GImme back the dear old day--the II. General Science-Divided lnt ADREW SLD, Presldent Ind trd n
pathway through the dells three courses; 1, Chemical course; Lake Ctt prd I dt er
To the schoolhouse In tie blossom: Mathematical course; Natural HisRtnr jr ctto


the sound of far-off bells
Tinklin' crost the meadows; the song
of the bird an' brook;
The old-time dictionary, an' the blue.
back s ellln' book!
Gone, like a dream, forever!-A city's
hid the place
Where stood the old log schoolhouse;
an' no faamliar face
Is smllln' there in welcome beneath
a mornia' sky:-
Therea a bridge aeroet the river; an"
wove crossed, an' said "Goo.,
Bye!"
-Frank L. Stauto.


course. No Greek and only entrance
Latin is requir-Id in these courses. All
four-year courses.
III. Agricultulre-Four-year and two.
yeat cou -ses.
,IV. Engneer:ar-Pbour-year ooure
Ip Mechanical. Civil and Electrical
nglneerlag, also a two-year course
la Mechanics. No Latin or Greek i
required in III. or IV. The fall course
under II., iI. and IV. lead to the doe
gree of Bachelor of Science; the short
courses to a Certificate of ProaceneTy.
V. Pbarmacy-A full two-year eour"
oe Septemberm. i .
VL krmI-l ree CO Mb for


SAY, JACK,
how is it your clothes always look
so nice?
That's easy. I belong to the

Pewat* faing C.
They keep
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me 0oe dtr 06F NWh, Why don't

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Resources.
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ridd to 4o-3rerru:x':.,%; '
ecuritls, etc........ ..
mo n U. H8. bonds... ...
re and fixtures............
*l estate owned ........
Im Nattonatl
inot r.4errv
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i .4tate banks
nker .... .... 34,:41 -
Sapproved re-
gtents......... 1 '. .s 50
and other esh
other Nation-
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asl paper cur.
nickels and
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Treasrr 05 M
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Liabilities
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Wd profits. lew expenses
zes pald...................
bank notes oatstZnd ag
other National-
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tate banks and
S............... 1:.T ..;
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certifleste of
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latmet to rue to the bi -!
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GET IN LINE!


How are you, Mr. Fastsalesman?
Why, hello, Has Been!
Haven't seen you in some time.
Am selling "FRANCES," a good one, of course.
"FRANCES?"
Why, to be sure, the famous Mobile Cigar, made by Frohlichstein
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-1-1, take my order for assorted sizes, as I must have them.


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W. Ga BARtOW, Master.
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-Betweer--
SACOLA, MOBILE, APALACHm
LA. CARRABELL, ST. A.
DREWS, MILLVsLLL
all points e St. A.drews
arrabelIe Hni Apa&4hdcci&
SCI1DULa
ve Pensacola Sunda., 0
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Tee Pensacola, Tuesda> 2,
or St. Andrews, Mllvtu;,..
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IREC TOR

NTRAL TRADES COUNCIL
re will be a meeting ut Li
on the firLt and tf.rrt ...
of each month at 7:30 p. m. A.;
ites are reque.te'I to !er! pr,,
Z. W. ROBERT..
L DELAY, Presi'ect
Secretary.
sacot& Lo4de No 3. K. of P.
every Hoziday evening at 1
k at tzrU r Castle Had,. alon
)n build g, corner Paiafoi ai
u streets Visiting brethren ro-
welcome I.
J. H. BREW ON, C. C.
BORSLtI. K. of R. & q.
S Ratbbone Lordg Ni.
1 K of P.. meetau ver
TIu'raday evening a1: 4)
o'clock I their OMutl
kba, th!rd floor, Blountc
Wrtso buuflddg. soth.
west corner Plafo- .a4
Streets V:sitin kLatghU are
iy woecom-ed
a B. CERUT- C. C.
Levy. K. of R. &t
Knights of Columbus.
S Meetings of t"(
Knights of Col'm!i,.,
are held at their h.h.,
No. 3 West IntenCde,
cia street, on eve~rv
Monday evening at
7:30 o'clock. An in.
citation Is extendea
ting Knights.
JOhN B. JONr..
FOX, Grand Kr.'.. *
Recorder.
incor LeOge Ne. 4, O. o7.
sacola Iodge No. 4. L 0 o .
every Thursday ivenin,; t 7 ,
Snew ball on West ,a -
Viltting brethren c r-:i,
. T. G. STIN-0 N,
WITKOVSKI, Steetary.
REBF-KAH 3.STiRL -
ml Ledge Na 19. Rebekna
neets every Monday n -it
ek la L O. O. al.
sisters cordially ivrtted t0
.. MISS NBITA M .. jLIO
MAMIE PR I MAN. Se .'.,
:. B. A. No. 81 meets ai.
Wednesday evening at 3
ford Hall, No. 10 We, [a .
Street.
A. G FELL,, i'res
WIEN BY. See.
W.O.W.
Oak Camp No. 1. W r. x..
in Pythian Hall 1st ai
days in each month \ .t..'
igns codially ianited.
]P. BOCHrI.H U C
LIB E. BROOh.. Czrt
O. W. C., Oak Gr, o "'. I
ien Circle i!n'- *-
,ening 3:i 0, ti' ,
a building. sio'r' ,'. -
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ans cordial!:, i:. :
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"DELIVERED COME HERE

SGuards Will Allow Deliveries of Bark HalIon and Schocnor Chas.

You cannot buy a beer which has been more ex- le Ice, Groceries and Foodstuffs S. Skull Come Into Port
pensively prep d than Get Dove In:Quarantine Bell In Distress.
Brand,yet it is sold as cheap as
any. Wecarry *leanliness and -. 'Mayor Bliss, who has been in con- Two vessels, the bark Haldon and
Spar to s USi "i sultation constantly with the state the schooner Charles S. Skull, came
.to "m.. M health authorities, since the repor- Into pprt yesterday in distress, and
the l materas that yellow fever had been discovered are now here for inspec'.a.o and re-
,\ ,MIn Pensacola, yesterday gave orders pairs.
b y t m &that the necessities of life must be The Haldon is bound from Lagoona.
delivered to those who are quaran- Yucatan, for Liverpool, with a cirgo
L nUtM Go ined in the infected district. of mahogany. While coming out she
i ,n The mayor in doing this, received got on a reef and foundered there for
his instructions from the State Health some time, causing a leak, and as ta-
Officer, who is in charge of the situ- master did not care to make the vov-
at ion. age in such a condition, he put iviO
The only persons however that will Pensacola in order that a ,-orough
l'c allowed to enter the quarantined examination might be made, and ali
district are those delivering milk, necessary work done. The bark was
ice, meat, and provisions, and they sighted off the bar yesterday flying
S must not enter any residence, but distress signals and the tug Manarch
place their goods at the doorstep. went out and took her in tow. It
SFurthermore this delivery cannot be was reported last night that she was
made except between the hours of 9 leaking freely.
a. m. and 5 p. m. The other Vessel is the schooner
The mail carriers who were also Charles S. Skull. She is la.en wita
shut off from the district, will be al- a cargo of lumber from Mobile for
PETER BELL, DISTRIBUTOR, PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. lowed to distribute and collect mail, Philadelphia. She was also flying
but they are also restricted as to en- distress signals, having sprun; a
tering houses %and must not go fur- leak, and as her dummy eagines were
other than the door. not in condition to do oumuning work
These orders have been issued in the master came into port Lor re-
ONE MORE CASE WERE QUARANTINED orthat those who areIn the pair.
antine belt wil be able to receive
AND GOT MARIED some accommodations, and not suf-
DE VELOPS H-ERBE aTheear e OOT MnuabtEDe e urne.a- HARBOR LINES
sons who reside in the district, but
," :,. :. '.rs Page) '1 wish to impress upon the out- SELMA WITNESSES iAPPY MAR. swho left their places of residence" bo-.N KEY W EST
side public that the small towns wl RIAG, fore the quarantine went into effect.
.dir of consu; be protected, and that as much vigi- RIAGE AS RESULT OF FEVER Each of these parties must return
*,-.iiari n eoanu bprtance dwill, b exercised inkh piugs
a.i n a hn i lance will be exercised in keeping QUARANTINE RESTRIC- and remain there, and police officer
,r, and i- The disease from such towns as will have been instructed to arrest and CONFLICT OF INTERESTS CAUSE
.': in which be exercised in stamping it out of TIONS. place them in quarantine. ALL FO P I
S .,1. I am. Pensacola. I have had a large num- CALL FOR PUBLIC MEETING
1 ,- ,. and will ier of telegrams from various towns IF YOU WANT YOUR WINDOWS TO DETERMINE WISHES OF
,' ,. tr1. i, n the state to-.ay, and I want to as- The Ielma Journal says: At the AND DOORS SCREENED IN A
S; ac::.abl.ie ure all that they are being protected street resbyterian church HURRY, TELEPHONE F. M. WIL- PEOPLE.
.,,n. just as far as possible." Broaj street Presbyterian church LIAMS, 806, ONE RN .
S, in P,, this afternoon at 2 o'clock occurred IAMS, 806, ONE iNG.
S1 *.. pmoS iv The Yellow Fever Expert. the happy wedding ot two young peo-
Spie lam; Dr. Guiteras, the famws Cuban Yel- ple into wh'se arrangements the ANOTHER TAM PA Colonel James E. Quinn, engineer in
wi: i.aw fever expert. reached the cii quarantine against yellow fever made ANOTiER TAM PA charge of the Savannah district and
S. . ,:. andlast ni ht. The doctor had been i. a serious break, temporarily in charge of the Fiorida
S New Orkeans for some time. and de- The contracting parties were Miss TRAGEDY OCCURS division of the Atlantic Coai: harbo-,
Sr cidel to come over to Pensacoa upoLena Bass, of Hazelhurst, Miss., and improvements, has made the following
: ex-rc:,e a invitation and look over the saouaupon Mr. L. E. Parnim. a prominent lum- announcement of an important meet-
bThe train which brought him h er dealer of Louisiana. The cere-.
t The train which brought him hre.IY N U !-I
:.IavY p Ople to was about three hours late and on mony was performed by Rev. R. F. YOUNG CUBAN COMMITS SUI --- --
S.' a ~,Te soit a after supper be went out with r. ts. of Valley Creek Presbyterian C!DE BY SHOOTING IMELF GOOD GROWING WEATHER."
rv wv hav P >r:er and Dr. Anderson to talk over church.
I' : n Ihich we the matter. The bride was on a visit to her THREE TIMES. When the New Scalp Antiseptic la
Sand will con- When a Journal reporter approach- sister at Maplesville wlcn the yellow Used.
ed the famous yellow fever expert, fever broke out, and she was prevent The Tampa Times says: A tragedy A good head of hair Is as much a
and asked for an Interview, the doc- ed from returning to her home be-imilar in character to many which "crown of glory" for man as it s for
ellow Fever ad Malaria Ge r declined, an in a very courteous cause Hazelhurt had quarantine have preceded it took place in Ybor woman, notwithstanding all the poetry
ellow Fever and Malaria Germ manner stated that he preferred to against the wide, wide world. The City this morning when Aurelo Horbe. on the subject applied to the female
'- f six await until he had examined the wedding was to have taken place at a young Cuban -nte, committed se* exclusively. In the season when
a ea- ces ad looked over the situation the home of the bride. The groom ucde by shooting in Las Nuevittas flies bite, the bald-headed man can
S. ex- before making public his views upon is also quarantined from his Louis- saloon, Seventh avenue and Thir- sympathize with the Egyptians who
the question. The expert remained lan home, and learning that his tenth street. The suicide was the werd so sorely plagued on account of
in consultation with Drs. Porter and bride-to-be was in Selma. came here Tesult of a spell of depression and the children of Israel. Why not try
Anderson for a number of hours, after and persuaded her to let the ceremo- discouragement which the unfortun- Newbro' Herpcide? Others have
Sa twhichhe retime the could not tell ny take place inwas other thlma, anticipated, ate young man experienced recently. been benefitted and are loud in its
Sat the time the length of his tay, place was other than Selma lately d. The cool and "methodical manner praise. It cleanses the scalp, kills
Sand said that he would make an in Thebrde had b een to S elma lately n sick in which Horbe went about his death the germ at the root of the hair and
vest"gation and diagnose the cases an infrmary, having been taken sick shows that he had reflected upon and by keeping the scalp sweet, pure and
T rsay s is the professor of t while atMaplesll but avre panned it beforehand. About 11 w-holesme, the hair is bound to grow
r.i Ra Garn "as is the professor of th covere r sufforedt for te cer em clock this morning he walked, into aa nature Indicated. Try it ann' be
avana niverit and fa member. of 10 be p r 41 l.as Neuvitas saloon, approached the convinced. Sold by W. A. D'Alem-
he hdiagnoses Board of xamner ok foMr and Mrs. Piana, nereleft athe will bar and asked the bartender for a berte, druggist and apothecary, 121
and Fittinhih us diseases all cases bebrof coghnta ocloc remainuntilafter rot, en they glass of beer, which was served him. S. Palafox street, Pensacola, Fla.
iat .ous da that may bi conse rem ca un rturnto their future home ihn After drinking the beer he request- Send 10c. In stamps for sample to
S, it es attention. He is consider can return to their future home ine the loan of a pencil. This was The Herpce Co., Detroit, Mich.
.ES OR EPA D. the best authority upon yellow fever Llsiana. ien him, he seated himself at a ta-
J .,.ES FOR RENT. a'i,i he manner in which it Is trans- ble in the front part of the saloon -- -- - El
mited, and wrote for a few minutes. He lllillttttlllltlllltlltltlltllItfn
I r u Fumigating Houses. A U A TI t then placed the pencil on the bar, = in
T .h e pla esmwere Fuigtihng houses. r A l ||lL thrust the paper upon which he had :; l
: or?. Knives, sdd who have been taken with the oon eotheprivatto one of the private rooms in the | ||a|
S s Kne fver were ftumgated ad screened And Bed Time we a:i'vise everypbody o k end of the bar. kl tb
:' 'e ** keys in the ,ring yesterday, and Dr. Porter stat- to take a dose of Hostetter's Stomach instant later three hots rang We
r ,.,I last night that this would be done Bitters. It will strengthen and sweet- out fron te The men ls the r 5 pres




S 4l|yestmberteday, anad is being made thejust as good to-dayttle. Takeh fallen from his hand and was lying
|| o13 .atough. and it is expected that all and try a bottle. It cers HeadIche found thb unfortunate young man ly- r is1 9

S1 ework was doithin the infected district ndiget appearances dead, but in ng him imp
oT S r it was the first day excellent j upon his left thigh.. He was to all ----" T
Some Left City. out upon the floor it was noticed that said
Some person, who became fright- Dmns Bretthd MosBITE Sitoes I s
d ....... ,_a bo .. .at and made an examination but he pro---- E bor,


over the city, left tleir UUomes y --
y andthe night prll ious. While' t:ounce' the man's plight hopeless and = raise
aere ad e only t p ousi r seven- & said that he could not possibly live said
there were only about sixty ormore than a few minutes. His vital- e Key
mty going north on the noon train yes-1 more than a few minutes. His vital-
'1No t1 en look alike. terday. some went out-on small boats K
Is t reas~able. then to sup- and in some instances tugboats were: more than thfrty minute- after time cha
t'at ie eome style all chartered. Most of these persons e wounds were inflicted. ocham
' e- We a-e inclined to think While there is naturally a rea: had at once collected anw were en--; pro
atl ,e cc upon the supposi- deal of discussion just at present, Passengers for Atlanta, Ga., and deavoring to catch a glimpse ot tnue as
tOs tat btud a9cde, but they were kept in cueck-- StaI
those who have looked over the situ-' points beyond, and for Cincinnati, su'cde butktheow ept in check Sta
G TR TE ation believe that the fever will be by officers who took char of tee
GREamATed o within a very short time. Chicago and New York, leaving Pena- body and conducted an examination ther
| a cola on train No. 4, at 12:15 noon, for papers and means of identification. = LI Io s
t s apes. wdths of brims, will transfer at Flomaton Into through Papers were found whici establish- lish
's c wls and c- SAND ISLAND coaches and sleepers running from ed the name of the nan, and in i lu
sac t",*e riat' will be the Grand Bay, Ala., to the abuve-named pocket was discovered a note written I are
a tlCCrdrS t e Id a t points. in Spanish and signed by his name, : I.e
t,- Peset LIG T I a apparently that which be had written M.- I pate
eate n varlet S Ef Spr, n Hats immediately prior to his self Inflicted
to be seeo in PTe Mobla. dealh. This was translated, and aasl' I
It e,.braces all apes, colowg The Mobile Herald contains the olON found to state that the deceased wasXI
I L'" as' prCoortihc t from the lowing: J. LURtired of life and had resolved to kill I
cc vat e ~*aes to the latest O te of IAghthouse ngl himself as the best means of endi- 18 THE KING
In :.n m e.s scappy sty le. 7th and 8th Districts Mobile. Ala. his troubles, and concluded with a re- OF ALL Ir
c toOn the night of August 25, 1905, a Div. Pass. Agent L i NR. R.. quest not to let his relatives know ot : l. F
Mces 5 to h$3 heavy squUl carried away the front his death. 5 CIGARS. o
range beacon and part of the wh.rf at 5 i A s h
Ip YCL BYv FOR LESS ELSE- Sand Island light station entrance t.' G IY Asthma Suffereras Shold Know TM. as
L light.o A tempora o lght will be r- many cases of asthma that were con- RY ONE 1 1Dav

above water at the end of the wharf A sidered hopeless. Mrs. Adolph Des T
S ALL. ged up on a platform about 20 feet sidered hopeless. Mr.. Adolph Bues-
oe. e h, Cleaning & Dye fgore ,Tte et.Daenpo
from tohe rear light .of the ra -.. Wiwa, writes: "A severe cold contraoted
from the rear ght of he rag. twelve y rs ago was neglected until it e
He new beacon will be built at an early finally grew ints ago as neglected unt c
date and the regular permanent light Mmedical skill available could not give W r ep
CASH CLOTHIR s ahown there~ om. The temporary MEMBERSHIP RATES $1.00 PER me more than temporary relief. Fole''s t on
light will be exhibited on the nigt of MONTH. Honey and Tar was recommended and ltt
PhoeC 297 the 29th. I4dls and Gent's Cfothiug cleaned, one Mfty-cent bottle entirely cured me am
dyed an! repaired. Goods called tor of asthma which had been growing on W
IF YOU WANT YOUR WINDOWS and delivered me for twelve years, and i I had tike of t
nand Paafox AND DOORS SCREENED IN A W. J. ABELL, PROPRIETOR, it at the start. I would have bfe of A
HURRY, TM LRPHONE F. M. WIL- 140 Ieve"meat St, saved yeas of suffering." W. A.
LIAMS, m06, ONE lRIG Pb Ne 1WP. i1n1o11e1, P la DAlmberte.raggis and pothear aug
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KILL ALL MOSQUITOES.


New Orleans, Aug. 24, 1905.
To the General Public:
As the public has shown a commendable desire to annihilate the
mosquito, which Is the only means by which yellow fever 'r commual-
cated to persons, and as I have received numerous requests from many
sources to appoint a general fumigation day, I herewith suggest Sac-
urday. Aug. '6, and Sunday, Aug. 27, from the hours of 10 a. m. to 12 m.
Realizing that if the mosquito is to be destroyed the work of fumi-
gation must be well done, we have formulated the following inutructUon4-
for the guidance of the PUBLIC:
1. Remove all ornaments of metal, such as brass, copper, silver
and gilt ffom the room that is the be fumigated. All objects of a metallic
nature which can not be emoved ane 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 fumigatetl all fabric material after
thoroughly shaking. Open all draws and doors of furniture and closet.
3. The room should be closed and made as tight as possible by
stopping all openings, in chimney, foor, 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 flowers of sul-
phur should be burned in the room, one pound to every 500 cubic feet
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 one inch 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. MI7TZ, 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 100tv
cubic feet of air space.
The powder should be put in a shallow pan, sprinkled with a few
drops of alcohol and ignited, or a redhot coal may be placed in tae
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 fumiga-
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 ot
houses, stores, office buildings, factories, and every harboring place of
the mosquito on Saturday, Aug. 26, so generally adopted as a half iolh-
day, and on Sunday, the 27tj, in the case of those who find that a more
convenient, day.
Your attention 's 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,
BEV!RU.fP Y WARNER, General Superintendent.
We oerry a full line of sulphur and
PERSIAN INSECT POWDER for killing
mosquitoes. Also a full line of disin-
fectants.


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


to be held in Key West:
All persons concerned In local ani
igation interests regarding the es-
st, Fla., are hereby requested to beN
sent at a meeting to be held in thb
ted States engineer's office, Fort
lor Reservation, Key West, Fa. H
10 o'clock a. m., September 15,
i, for the purpose of expressing
r views upon the proposed loca-
of the harbor lines.
"JAMES W. QUINN,
eut-Col. Corps of Engineers, U.
S. A." We can save you money and satistf
he meeting at Key West will be you If you desire a first-class Piano.
ortant. as the interests there are New Pianos from $100 to $600.
d to be divided as to where the line Be sure to see the Baby Piano-
ul be fixed. Some want to ex- smallest regular Piano made for young
I their docks further into the Lhr- and old alike, $100 to $175.
and adjacent dock owners have It will pay you to call or write us.
ed a howl of compaint. There is
Sto be adequate harbor frontage at TUNING A SPECIALTY.
* West.
ironel James B. Quinn, engineer In PHONE 476.
rge of the Savannah district aoa
porarily in charge of tie lorida TTER & RUSHICN.
sion of the Atantic harbor im-CLU TER & RUSHIG,
iements, will attend the meeting
the representative of the United 12 E. Governmet Strt.
tes government for the govern-!
it's navy yards which are located PENSACOL*, - FLORIDA.
re. It will be Colonel Quinn's duty;
lee that the free ine Is not estab-
ed so as to obstruct free entrance
exit to the navy yard. All who
interested in the estalilsbment of
line will be permitted to partici-
e in the session. I
T Need Have No Terror for Tf
gal Avlrtl. --tS. iosso's Blessing
County Court, Licambia County, Mankind
lorlda-By the county Judge of to Mankind
county-Whereas, J. S. Nicholas THE ONLY POSITIVE
applied to this court for Letters, THE ONLY POS VE
Administration on the estate ofi PREVENTIVE AND
id Sheehan, deceaed, late of said;! -"
-t of _sam_,_ls are m re. -1...J-L .


nty of Escambia, These are there- J l
to cite an- admonish all and sin-i
,r the kindred and creditors of sat ,
eased, to be and appear before thbL
t, on or before the 22nd day of ONLY 50 CENTS PER BOTT.IL
:tcnber, A. D. 1905, and ile objec-
s, if any they have, to the granting: SOLD AT NICK APOSTLE'S RU-
ers as afor2sald, otberwise te; TAURANT.
e will be granted as prayed.---
'itness my ftame as County Judge .anu'ac'.ured by
he county afovelald thfe 10th day' M EICNEUA
tugust, 1905. 11080 MEDICINE MANUFACTU
HENRY BALLINGER, ING COMPANY,
1loawtw Coapty Jaud PENSACOLA. FLORIDA,


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PREOCCUPIEL'. OJames Gibhn of Mobile who was hi,
lie had t ,: ixcr that Ihe loved her .et L i r .. :htnm.
And h;. I; :i i',io h blea knee, Ti; :'ir. "'at" a picture of girlisi
Ad : a I r answer h :; it.: robe of white silk em
J::-t a '; :., ; ; be; Lrii;,'t 'aI,.: over white nmesaline
Ar-i Lher. 1i r.,' -p;tion trimn:uet: v :: mnca!lonib and s-ill
And a .*'. i.:. '... e :lce. he :, r: a be:ng an exquisite
And h. ,ai.: "V.'i. ye-, I guess. eat t:.r : o: h,:iI work with dainty
s,,---"' ---.t s of lactr imcdaliong. Around' he
The::: "Wha: wa? the score to- .ck she wore a collar of pearls. She
day?" !:(tri-ed a whi'e bound prayerbool
-Houston Post. l':f.'i which ft.!: a shower of whitn
---.-- 'ribbons and .tiie-s of the valley, thi
LOC.MTI.G ENCCH. (.ng tulle veieibeing gracefully caugh
Ti !:. .*. .:nipson. of Christ- to her dark hair with the same dainty
lan A :. ai. ia:i. ,lhon holds annual blooms.
Ineel:: ,: a ()01 Orchard camp)' Immediately after the ceremony:
rou. ;. ',:' :h, oicwinl :tory ,t the bridal party re-entered thsircar
ne ,,: ; 'HrraI. rGr-gory their future home where onl,
r"I n;;;. '."n'l, if the preacher ti n esci of the two fanlilies wer
who :,', .'I .roi ih txt 'Andl invited to receive them informal'y.
'Enoci \ r' went o- n to ex-; A arguee number of beautiful an
p'aii: "*:. "' '' ,. 'wa inconplecte. i aluabio preso.nts, incluld!n i cUaT gas:
*N '. : ..' -; sar:.i -'oiion may not and silver, indicate,! the affecrionati
nt..w: .: vaI v ,I-c!lh wa-s not- regard of a wide (rrcle of frleni'-
'To fir: ':: i' t'.-' examine the vIth whom more irmote acqiaintan
t'cx, r :'i."::- :1 .hi 'he if the con- ces and the community generally
i x'. ]unite in wishing Mr. White and hi
"'Flr'il'. rroh was not an Epis-, bonny bride all the happiness tha
copal :. a':1 s he -"walked" with youth., beauty and love can have.
God. a',! ''noi,: danC' lie was not --o-
a Pa": -:. !'rv.ul,, h. walked with LIBRARY HOURS.
God. ai :i a o .swim. Ih' was no:,
a Pr,- '.; n. Ibcuoe the context' i Frm .-" iny until further notice
tell 1; .:! hI w I::l!;. with God ;, i.' Pe-n: at:!a Library will be opei
all tmin -. a::ld hlie va not a shoutinw.t frol 3 to 5 o'clock in the evening.
e*>'(,, " '*,r';,.isc we are plainly _--
to, :: : C him '" Mr. Frank and Mr. Osgood Williams
SIft Sunday for Nashville. Teun.
DAUGHTERS OF THE KING. where they will enter college a
T'! I a w ..' .ri' n:cl-ting of the Marvsville.
T)au i h',r- ,,.; ;'..' King will take
a' ire rin wil Cl is Mr. Willard Lttske has gone to en
plac ,,in ;: clhisir room of Christ., ne
church Fril.iy .\ r ing at 5 o'clock. Nash illei
Please bring the bags.


BEANS KEPT ON BACKING OUT.
The c!la.- in b!, :ny at the Towson
11i1!i S-''i,.'I ;o l ., :':" was given some
prac;ica! work to ,i.. Each member
T-'as r'litirec! to : ant some beans
and r',pe"r progress *
S. im 'in', aif:Itr the beans had
bec'i ;,pt! int' the ground the instruct-
or c'.'1!', on the- class to tell what
they had nor'd. All went well until
,he ca:', to one of the young ladies,
says th, laltinmor, Sun.
"What ha\v you to say Miss- ?"
as 1 '1 thli, teacher.
"Mviay ns did not come up right."
said the .-,,'hial': '-' y backed out of
the group rd and I pulled them out and
buried t!:chn a:,ain. leaving the
t;.niuts ab)ov 1'.t soii. They came
up as at fir:t' and I pn: them in right
again, but the o:,i things backed out
again to-.:.v. .:,'l don't know wha'
to do ;i'i '*".i n
It was ,ne *.c 'imn. before the young
ladv co;: ., b, :: i' ;o understand
that nature r 'k ii's that the bean
come out i)ef,'rl thI vine appears.


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THE GRIFFIN-WHIT
HAPPILY SOLEMN!
The m:r'r *. o'


Whi-: ;:r. V.
Griffin v :
('> 'n'ilin -
Father ] i.
past fix
Mnu be:
Mrs. "V. ,


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Miis'' Lil v W lliil as I h iIUng sue
a delightful time in Luverne. Ala.
that she has been postponing her de
parture from week to week and nov
has decided to remain for two weeks
longer.
Mrs. C. W. Lamar is expected
home to-day.


Miss Adelaide Grierson
day night for her home in
state.


Mrs. Orin B. Sandless left
night to join Mr. Sandless
radio after a brief visit to
rents.


left Tues
New Yorl


Tuesnha
in Cole
her pa


Mrs. C. W. Oliver left yesterday fo:
St. Louis to recuperate from her
long illness.


The recipe for perpetual
ance is: "Be satisfied with
opinions and content with
knowledge."-Elbert Hubbard.
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E" UN'" eclipsed.
ZED.
IMr. James A. Mrs. C. M. Covington and children
'ha Genevieve Ic-st Wednesday noon for Marshal!
- -;:anized last N. C., to spend a few weeks in the
c:.iirch. Rev. I mountains.
,;iz ai hal
)f a large i r. Ralph Fisher left yesterday for
tl::y present. New York.
r: pesided at


the (r.L :, ':ii as nm i.v "Spenders m lust he awfully extra
t .- .... !.' 'u i o ) e a=ant. He told me he had a suit tha
weridling ;..," \a :!n:uniolun d the cost $1.0 .( O0."
apip'oa)ch i the '.1 ;ar Y;e. That was his breach-of
The 1i ;. .i .... s. T..ack Bran- promise .-uit."-Detroit Free Press.
don sist:,r : '' (nterv firs.
alone, uo',1', i-;.. vhi;- rock of Para; Mr. Herron D'A!emberte left yes
ni-1lin v.'-1i :a ',r: nt f valencinncs!j terday for Chapel Hill, N. C., where'
lure. ani: c- *'r;. a v ." r fan. he will enter college.
fr ,-*'w r. i- :-:,le In the arm |
of h,'r :'!," Mr. ,-ancis Cmmyns Mr. Frank Welles left Wednesday
T-ho gav' i r ,i a "' 'het aliar where noon to join his parents. Mr. am
the bridlr' .a a';,! his uncle Mr Mrs. T. E. Welles and little Miss Rutl




COMING SOON |
<4 ...WITHf A COMPLETE LINE OF..

MILLINERY GOODS!
w r MISS ROSA L. RAINES
S will rc'urn to Pensacola again. She is now in the
Great eastern markets selecting everything new and
up to-date in the millinery line. We can assure our .
.t thousands of customers that when the season opens t4
S cr: you will find The Big St3:r ready with ihc finest
Z atnd most complete lin'- of re:-y-to-wear and French
shaped hats ever on display in this city before. Wait
4 for Miss Raines. She will be here soon with every-
Sthing new and up-to-date in the millinery line.



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ODD AND 'END SALE!

IS FAST DRAWING TO A CLOSE, 80 YOU WANT
TO HUSTLE IF YOU WISH TO REAP THE BEN-
EFITS.

$3.50 Ladies' Strap Sandals, all styles, now...................$2.
$2.50 Ladies' Strap Sandals, all styles, now....................$1.9
$3.50 Ladies' Tan Oxfords, all styles,, now...................2.3
2.50 Ladies- Tan or Black Oxfords, all styles, now..............$1.9
$6.00 Edwin Clapp Oxfords, Tan or Black, now................$4.9
$5.00 Men's Oxfords, all styles,...............................3.9
$4.00 Men's Oxfords, all styles, now .........................$3.1
$3.50 Men's Oxfords, all styles, now ..........................$2.
Misses', Children's and Boys' Footwear in same proportion, as ou
entire stock of Odds and Ends and Broken Lots Must be Sold, so hurr
along and get your share of the plums.


MEYER SHOE CO.,


102 South Palafox Street.


Feet Furnishers Gor Folks.


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PRONE 186. Keen. W. M. Meredith. "Bud" Raulcr-
sol, Tom Lee and Morgan Swain, left
F' ort Pierce last Friday morning on:
Sth Pier mission, giriaroing irom here t K EEP YOUR PLACE IN
IWhite City, where they crossed the
NEW METHOD LAUNDRY: CONDITION!
9 St. Lucie river, and go -n- dowai the
t W. LAWRENCE, Prprioeor No. 8 W. Rowmana St., Pensacola, Fla. noL ti fork until they come to the June- ANITARY C
;ion with the soi h fork. Here the-" ST Rl I*VN
who le!t .Saturday for New York. l00TON'S Q ICK Of= present.
- Later Mr. Frank Welles will enter HOS QK It is the intention of Mr. Fries to'
college at Poughkeepsie. survey all the country between Stuart
S u e o LIVERY A GOD-SEND and the Everglades, and to make a I LOT O
A number of local people who had report to the commissioners of tl-he
Planned an outing during September, State Internal Improvement Fun l o
expecting to leave this week have t;Te most direct route and the ob- INT oPOW Di R
postponed their departure for a week Supplies Many Families All Through e most irtht at INSE
ooable expense to drain this great ar.EC
Sseeo in ordervation secret through the Night and Day Wth Insect It is expected that it will take twen-
Ssleeper reservations, Pe Di n a t, Ec ty-five days to make the survey. U
SPowder, Disinfectants, Etc. The party was fitted out at the FortSULP UR U M
Retail Grocers Attention. Pierce Livery stables, Frank Tupoen,
Write Greever-Lotspelch Mfg. Co., proprietor, with Milledge Raulerson
Knoxville, Tenn. for the liberal prop- The quick delivery of the Hoatonr and W i Clubbege as teamsters o e ry in Mu d fo
position they are making on Blue3 Rib Pharmacy was something of a god!-. a
b bon l'lavoring Extracts for ten days. send to hundreds of anxious patrons t oThey tlo oAf torU/toyS And
k Big deal in free goods. all of Tuesday night and iast night They Appeal to Our Sympathies. #in r t
and yesterday. Insect powders, dis- The bilious and dyspeptic are con-
EXCURSION FRIDAY. infectants, sulphur and other such ar. stant sufferers and appeal to our sym-
Don't forget the regular Friday af- tiles which are in such g eat demand pathies. There is not one of them.
Sternoon excursion on Tug Monarch. at the present time were delivrrel however, who may not be brought,
These trips are beneficial as well as promptly in nearly every part of Lne back to health and happiness by the
enjoyable. city. use of Chamberlain's Stomach and'
r The style of the coal and wood firm fact that the Hootn Pharmacy '1 rate the stomach and Hver and A CY
of Acosta & White has been changed open all night, and tfany .ook advant. strengthen the digestion. They also
to E. B. Acosta & Co. Parties who'age of this last night and night be- regulate the bowels. For sale by all! ON ALL NIG
Swish to buy coal and wood cheap for fore to obtain what was needed in druggists._ ON LL NI
r the fall and winter will find it to their that line.
r advantage to place order, now. The style of the coal and wood firm
Just Received. of Acosta & White has been changed
WM. JOHNSON & SON HAVE SE- A full aoad of 'xra fine hor, to B Acosta & Co. Parties who, oa C att
y CURED THE AGENCY FOR ONE OF nd mules: can be een t r stables wish to buy coal and wo cheap o
n l an be ieen at ci stables..
THE LARGEST EXCLUSIVE TAIW. R. Taylor, 209 E. Garden street. the fall and winner will fnd it to their A, M A N D S O E
LORING HOUSES IN THE EAST, .dvantagoe to place orders now. M
SAND ARE NOW PREPARED TO, VWM. JOHNSON & SON'S GREAT ,
'PRESIDENT ROOSEVE LOT'S .. ,o LESSER
TAKE YOUR ORDER FOR THAT CLEARANCE SALE OF SHOES. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT D R
CLOTHING, GENTS' FURNISHINtg. VISIT TO JACKSONVILLE *
FALL SUIT. CALL IN AND EXAM- ETC., BEGINS. FRMiAY,, SEPTEM- of Gol:en Oak, highly polished, with fine heved mir i
INE THEIR ELEGANT LINE OF BER Ist. SEE THI-R FULL PAGE l'ht! Jacksonville Times-Ulnion says: ror, will prove an o nament in any home. Ou.s are ma
r SAMPLES. 26aug7t I AD. N THIS PAPER. President Roosevelt will remain in in the best possible manner by skilled mechtancs, ari
.lJacksonville jist six hours and fiftee n will last a life time.
Illinute.', when he erouints nere next 9
al Thefol'owing of icial loiter from the lV-
S The Journal's D daily Fashionll Featutre O ,,er on his soth.;;,n ,:;our. $10.00 to $25.00.
-secrotary to the President was r.-eiv- 0 Fine ine of Window Shades, 50c to $1.50, put 'p.
oed yesterday by Secretatv Smih: of
the Jackonville Boari of 'rade, in
respaonsp to an inquiry as to the A
>- )lenth of time eCi w'resider.t would re-. M ARSTON & OU INA,
Su Secran e ry Loeb's Letter. 108,110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148, Pensacola, Fla.
"Oystr -Bay. N. Y.. Aug. 2i. 1905.--0 .......____
Mr. Cliarl s Snih,: Secr*etary Board! *********************************
Sri of" Trade, lJack.onvi'le,l F1i.: My Dear --
Sir.--In response to your letter of'a r .e. :W t Y *
i r the '22d inst.. I would ?tate that the l M RV M
itinviarv of the President's proposed MYRTLE GROVE W het lUnlppe lllC
southern trip provides that he s.ha!l '
Sarrive in Jackso-nville 'ia AtlaWntici .. and then come to
Coast Line, at 10:30 a. m. and remain'
Unti:l 4:45 p. in. Octob: r 21. Ver the Old Reliable
truly yours, WM. LOEH, JR., Special to The Journal.
"Secretary to the President." Myrtle Grove, Aug. 30.-Very warm
SThis letter will be laid before th3 ays and cold nights with consider-
board of governors of the Board ut able rain and wind seem to be the S
Trade and submitted to the committee, condition of this community at pres-
on entertainment, so that arrange- ent. Indications are that we will
Sments can be made accordingly, have an early winter. The farmers
/' I _, are busy gathering in their hay when-
/ al '-l' l / ever days are bright enough. A est ra n t.
i.. i'! TO IMPROVE AND PRESERVE The three men from this place who b i
Si I E'AUlTVi served as jurors on the Willams case whe
/B oi- .. YOUR BEAUTY have returned home, and report that alway Obtainable.
iUSE everything was interesting and the
1 ," C h n e opyrihted in Green owas too highly flavored, and most too kinds of Fish, Soft Shel
i Copyrighted in Green Boxes. rich. Crabs, Western Meat-
Si S LESSI AS WATER. Sunday were well attended and evi-
SLESS AS WATER. denty much good was accomplished. 25 CENTS.
I. t The ordinance of baptism was admin-
o I' forenoon and one in the afternoon.
ft jff i 4istered to two candlattes, one in the
T/" j ,:' '' Rev. J. W. Senterflt, tWe regular pas-
Sr tor, was present and for the first
time since their marriage brought a
S--' :: his wife down to see us. We were EAL ICKEl
Small glad to see him and extremely glad
"'C 4 4" tc meet and acquaint ourselves with
Mrs. Senterfit.
Rev. and Mrs. Senterflt have made F21
numerous friends here who will wel-,
S^i.'^ tncme their return on Friday before'
....H ,'he fourth BundayvIn next month, when MID-DI I
it is expected that a protracted meet-D
:: "' i will c inlamtmce and continue three
S," -.'' :' days. They left Monday on the four
,o clock train for their home at Holts.
SMr. and Mrs. R. P. Butler, of Pen-
NADINE FACE POWDER is corn- sacola, were among those' in attend-' Get one of them to-day. n
pounded and purified ti) a newly di.s- auce at church Sunday. mid-day lunches are very ',
covered process. Produces a beautl-i Mr. Herbert Caro spent Sunday1 lar with the ladies as well a-
ful, soft, velvety appearance, which evening in Pensacola. with the gentlemen.
remains until washed off Ladies who Mrs. Sarah Tanton haa returned Like our Ice Creams ai1
t SP. Nadlne Face Powder are sure the from Pensacola, where for the last Sodas, they are THE BEST.
An A -Over Aproneor th Little M aid sot and lovely at ee she has been at her daugh-
STtH QUAIITY IS UNEQUALED.! One of the yonuer sons of
This smart little apron is simplic-lthe underarm part being sloped out, Buy one 50-cent green PEcka~e of Ashley Cravey Is very with pn-Mr.
ity itself to make, and will serve t' so that it does not bind. The fasten- Nadine Face Powder, and if you are mionia. but we hope for his speedy
cover up the frock of the little maid ing is in the back, and straps of either not entirely satisfied, notify us andi recovery. Kan Kithn f
at school or play. A plain ban ac ribbon or the wash material that we will promptly refnn' your money.; Mr. and Mrs. Jef Sbelby, Mrs. W.K ce C e
ate school or play. A plan ban across fashons the apron hold it in place. Sold by all leading druggists, or m ^ail A. Godwin nd family, Mr. Jno. Shel-
the chest both front a nd back srn- these tying on the shoulder in a smart price 50 cents. White, Flesh. Brnett, bS and Mr. Ber owe Were aoa 140 S.Paldaz. Phmac 999
gepts yoke, and to sthe apron i bow that gives to thi plain little gar- prepare only by the many iona P.eeaael a h.ere Sn
applied withl a sel rot ( amairrIM. mert an air of chic and style. NATIONAL TOILET CO- Pdtc Tenn. dlay. P Mo er


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PROJECT


Surveying Squads Have Started

27 Out from Fort Pierce to
16 Commence Work.
18
6 iThe Fort Pierce Tribune say-:
D8 Wo:'k on the project to drain the
16 Everglades has actually commence!'
19 i This is the greatt work that Governor
9 Pfrc)a'i 'il pc'dlged the peop,!e he wrnom
u ndertake, if feasible, when he was a
Ar eaniil(iar' for governor. It has ric, .
S his ea nest iter.tion to carry out this
ry pro:.ise, ;eliev'in ;that it will me-un
the sav ing of several hnlndie-l thousand
acres of land to the stale, if drainage
(can br accomplished wiih a reasonahit
xp)nse.
The first step in this direction was
.he appointment of .. O. Fries to un-
f ier!Ntake the survey of the te:'riir.v.
Ills instructions are to 'in! the mnios
practical route to connect the etver
gladis with the Atlantic ocean: this
of course dpendling upon the fall an I
grade of the country.
S Mr. Fries. in company with Jack:


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LOANS, RENTS

REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE.
4-room house on La Rua street,
lot 35x120 feet, rents $7.00 ....$ 650
ill houses, all new, renting for
$67.50 per month, propel ty well
located and good rentrs.... $4'50
5-room house on East B3lmont
street, a nice home..........$1400
4 houses on corner "A" and De
Soto. rents for $19 per nonth,
large lot, room for another
house .......................2000
FOR RENT.
n715, N. 3ayvon street..........$. 40.00
X04 N. Sprin; street.......... 25.00
21 West omniana street........ 17.50
:;14 E. Strong street............ 17.50
wellingi near Stoddard's...... 12.50
1b% south Palafox, upstairs,
suitable for club or offices.
705 S. Palafox street.
;dONEY.
At the lowest market rates on im-
proved or vacant city property.


FOR


QUICK SALE

$2000.00


Will get one of the most attractive
little homes in Peusacola.This prop-
erty is ell located, being on Palafox
Hill close to the monument. Has all
conveniences and in good condition.
A bargain for some one.
If you have property for sale, let
us know at once.
Money to loan at lowest rates.
Are your houses all rented? We
can get you a tenant.

FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE AGTS.


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


$525.00

will buy two lots on Bayou Texar on
the high hill overlooking the bay. Tats
ib a bargain.
FOR RENT
218 E. Intendencia, 6 rooms ....$14.00
916 E. Strong, 7 rooms ........ 12.50
601 N. 8th Ave., 5 rooms..... 12.00
LET ME KNOW WHAT PROPER''Y
YOU HAVE TO SELL. I CAN
BELL IT.
RENTS COLLECTED.
MONEY LOANED.


LESLIE E. BROOKS
20412 8. Palafox, fisher Building

Board and Rooms.
TO RENT.-Two desirable rooms on
car line; furnished or unfurnished.
Very cheap. Apply at 509 E. Wright


W..Ii,_s....- .. ------ -meS. e t. 29auglt i L.EADIN nR
i" "ILLMA%".-rhs. ,AndaGen. Mae. SWI WmstateTreaw. lit.
I eal EstateLa. eI Real Estate Agen o WANTED.--A few boarders in private
.al Street, eS Florida.Money to Loan. family; convenient to railroad shops
215 Scuth Palafox Strt, P IO, Ploridl Phone 87. 206 South Palafox. and on street car line; large rooms
IDOYOU WANT to borrow money In with privilege of use of baths and til- BA N K
amounts from $500.00 up? We have ephone. Address D. C. S., care Jour-
.... We .. For SleI., $10.000.00 to loan at 7 and 8 per cent. al. 24auglm
WANTED elp Wed interest. Thos. C. Watson & Co. 6aug BOARDERS WANTED.-B3Y day, week
WANTED __I H*Ip Wanted For S .O Ot at n8 ft. Lal. day, week
7WANTED.-NON-UNION JOB COM-, FOR SALE.-Nice new cottage (4MuN14 rT TO Lgoodresl a. or month. Dining room just re.pen-
.. POSITQRS, white, to work in Lh-f rooms and hall) between Palaf3% tate scurity. or so gw co. l teera cd. Table good and terms reasonable. H. L. COVING
Stent men. Wages $19.50 er week 54near Saunders Mill; easy terms. Ap- Mi.her building. 2ia Nlaug.2w T2r MI
r hours.! Pleasant workroms. .None uly o J. W. West at Saunders Mill. goNy .OANK. on any rh an FOR RENT-Nlcely furnished rooms,
ba":::!:n'ut effcient, trustworthy men need ap 22aulm* klaS of prsornal property. zis'e: electric light, phone and bath. Large
S :,., : ; a p ply. Best references required; give FOR SALE.--Old papers only 10 cents, WMyk or mot"T?. WhoS le e front room, with bay window. 10 N.
L l. ",U:uq age, experience, etc. Address B 29 per hundred. Good for wrapping! money, see me. J. A. Wlm. s W. Palfox, Phone 65, 2 rings. 2auglm
a. care &Lrd Thomas. Ilt. paper and to put under matting. AU oe* sts alisbur bullt ARIE who wan to ret houses~ DESIGNATE
:- :: who Who- ANTED--Ants in 41rent coun- cl and nice. Journal office. o am or anything s for t W Capital
AN"A gONIri diAee mt gee4 [slJ, matter, will lind The Journal Want
C al l ties in Florida to handle Alpine Safe i Do you value your health? It so, 1n tl sni a a Ads a gret help
.... .; Call and oI-k Co.'s Fire and Burglar Proo:' use our pure Blend Co Coffee "Dewey" i wOosl Of BAY HOTBL-Open niht a day. Henry L.
Safes and Vault Fixtures of every and "Schly. New Orleans Grocery Wll & Er. opn plan. Roos n eight and J. M. Pf
2'.ug. description. Write me for terms. Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug 30 a les Transient trade solletod, 57' Bran
,: r same Scrrtt Moreno, Pensacola, Fta. FlortaIl- ONET LOANW on a M ds o outh Pa Nol ran
S ,:, n.e h r. ida State Acent. 28june. We have been with you In Pensaco- n AImpIo o 67 uthn Pa Jo t Nicolas. F k
S:. rn- la since 1874, and still intend to stay Term. easy. J. W. Bullard, upstairs W. 8. R
wn- ,: ith you and serne you with the best S% South Palatox St., Phone 1144 T. F Mc
SFor Sale of groceries at lowest mar-; snort F[. E. Br
1"o. *ket prices. New Orleans Grocery LIIT aoMoyto lose C. w.
FOR SALE.-Upright piano almost Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug20 N IT Psessionfl Diretor J. R. Sa
new; high grade; cheap for cast. GROW GINSENG. Large profits. p al rates to prsbto a po o r R Acounts of
: ,- : r;, r e, r Address C., P. O. Box 395. IRoom in your garden. Roots for sale. loans. The New Tork Loe Co., 4 0 tezs4 BUCK, Accounts of
A:. \v v1 S. wed-sun. Write today for literature. Bucking- goTt e Palatoz. SPECIALIST
::upi OR SAEI.-26 foot launch, equipped ham's Ginseng Garden. Zanesville, 0. EYE, EAR NOSE AND THROAT.
r,' k: with 4 H. P. Gas Engine and Power 13aug3mos. Gaghm s Pa1w. Office 7V/ Palafox St.
,;. : S .reeon Co. Engine. In perfect order. $350. FOR SALE--Beautful block in New 402 S. PALAFOX ST. 'Office Hours: 9 to 12 and 3 to 5. WM. H. KNOWLI
S ,ao: .1w" King & Runyan. 27aug. i City. Tract No. 312. For cash $600. MONWT TO LOAN ON DIAMOND, THOS. W. BRENJ
S..: ou aa .FOR SAI.E.-Stock of high grade Apply to A. M. McMillac, Court House. Watc Chan Rings mad a PATTILLO C PBBLL,
P: ~.. lap a111 Fa .prmstoltrprlang of collateal security at lowest rate of PLO CAM PBSLL,
... a iap a 1 a o lhs Foaps,. perfumes, toilet preparacdor.s terest Barlco nd AffR fwarte
and flavoring extracts. Will be soll 00 TO TURTON for all sies mAms. s. Atto eyatL
: :- know that at big discount. Apply Room 7, Breut Cameras loaded and unloaded free to -r i* in amounts of, Room 405 Thilsen Building.
S. .::a l.e inmi:ated landing, City. 25auglw' of chsrg. Ho makes beat P- O$0000 an pat7 and 8
N.w Orleans OR SALE.-Stcre and 7 room house. graphsr i te oth 8 ya a.intes Thos C WatsE A A
:,! l,.izh. Prop. I 0 i w Titles per-I e.. per cent. interest. ThoI. C. Wateon THOSE PEMLEY,
II, 00 ; city, water. Titles per-| Co. 6aug LAW. REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND T
Feet: $3200.00: also 10 acres of land WALL TINTS by experts; results OLLECTIONS
Sv who bought nd smal house at Brent's Station. J. guaranteed. Fairchild and Rice, Phone PALAFOX AND ROMANA.
.. ,. A. Noble,' N. Andrews 7 N. Palafox St. 485 6_ ulylmi Ms eHaneOUS PHONE 559.
S -i* ioff. January 13 aug. FOR SALE.-Two pair extra fine O SAND MULES
-,;:, ritc Geo. FOR SALE.-Mv residence on East, young mules, sound and In good HORSES AND MULES.
neluding whole a cnto eStueanOse 1 da'O DIRECTORS!
24auglw' Hill. either including whole block condition. Also one 2-horse Stude- }IORSFS AND MPiae-'lurton & IA P. STOKES DIRECTORS
to know that of twenty lots 40x137 1-2 feet each or; baker wagon.,W. S. Garfield. 4June for Tennessee, will leavhere they will pudays At aey dClrat Law
., It 1 a-',r i r f quarter block of five lots. Apply at FOR SALE-One Choice block on top chase a car load of Tennessee horses 108 East Government Street.
,.Grocery Co, my office, Thiesen Building for furtq- of the ridge east of the electric and mules, which will be on sale on General Law Practice.
aul:.O or particulars. C. W. Hagerman. railway, between 7th and 8th streets. September 7. Wait for the arrival -- OREIGN liD
S -ith $i"l0. 4auglm. Nature has favored this section and it f this stock. 29 aug E DOILL
'btbgD Wo draw ourA
S:a. in:er s in FOR SALE OR RENT.-New 7-room cannot be duplicated. A. CbbPIANO TUNING. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. We d Grea
.* -e business; house at Goulding; large yard, 'oR- SAL--At a aaertSc lot, ~ tu worked at this 14 years in Mobile, Room 00 Thlesan B'ld. Phone 734 egran on Granc
.,,, mill; :.ae shade trees, near railroad, fifty feet store, stock and account. Call at ia. will satisfy you in price an'l, ermany, Fr.nc,
*.:I,,': ands Ad- well and outhouses. A good bargain. 138-140 E. Intendencla. j quality of work. J. Conrad Scott, 2t4 L Hold,
..,v:ile, Fla. Apply io postmaster, Goulding Fla. FOR SALE CHEAP-My three-year-, East Gregory St., Pensacola. W ELSH & SM ITH, oer European
22 aug3w _____ old Berkshire herd toar, Duke 3f 29augm*
:: a. N. 17 Wet FOR SAIE.-Soda fountain, stock of Florida, No. 6S,923. Also some fine McKINLAY will reopen
Sl;au confectioneri:s and cigars, located young pigs. 1 ix-months-old boar, all' M rS LprLLA McKoILAY will e-Sepen Fisher Building, 2041/ South Palafox Safety Deposit 1
S. .- n n Palafox street. Can be had at bar- registered and transferred. Carl Set- h r residence,h 50 tSeptemwreet
Sa.ia RealyCo.S All grades from 1st to 8th inclu- PHONE _525.
.:-cnas Transfer .ain f purchased at once. Apply Es.- terlind, Chipley, Fla. 18j17 ly 4, a hre from 1st to 8th inclu-! PHONE 525. have a Pr
S.. aubia Realty Co. 15aug. FOR SAL---Kill the germs of fever-- ive aught. Terms very reasonable.
: e l.n,. FOR SALE--Go d paying grocery, oru~er a barrel of slack lime to-day. 29auglt* IR I. JNO. TILLER Savings D
Sknw : -Iwla* At cLheap rent sture, living rooms in Phone 367. 4auglm Old newspapers are good for many Dentslt p
,.. o a'i connection Store doing good cash CHICKEN WHEAT produces eggs1 things. You can get lots of them pODt at
,: ,' or.e.n ln.uin-lio -ehold furniture also Makes fowls especially well flavored. cheap by calling at this office. Room 8, Brent Building. Phone, 86.
Ml!ug. Prop. :cr sale. Reascau for selling, am leave. The cheapest food to be found &RE'GULA MAIL LINE-Q-ood coavo '
';n- city on account of sickness. Tele- Me'!en & Co.. Phone 834. loot aGUce f traveling public. Daily ser Lr L. HILTO OI s
S- phone 1064. kaug ace for traveling public. Daily ser- t. X. X JI ,LL
Phone 1064. lauglw vice each way. From Chipley to Bay
--- .- us cea: y .:- ,a. :e- FOR SALE-3 Barber Chairs for sale. h FOR RENT ead. AddreMs J. TadUle, Chipley. GRIST AND CORN MEALC,
S- ., .o '. tc. Gu, S. PalafJx St. lauglim* I Fla. 4ic Ma nufLactuPrera.,
.L- a ..-- FOR -SAIE-South hia! block 2-1, FOR RENT.-Or sale a new 5 room REAL ESTATE CHOICE MBAL AND PURE GROUND
: a t t. O noting 00 feet on 13th street, by: house, near car line on Little Bayou. BBRAL BSTATE in all prts of City. TOCK FEED. Oeo.W Wlrgt
,t-" \i.n .. 1.oi- f.-h on Bay Vtev Park; also Phillip Hannah, Little Bayou. lot buy the ground and we will au your meal and stock feed from A N.
ila..,.:h halt of block 20f, froPung n00 30auglw*, tuld your house on long time pay the home manufacturer, encouraging A CN
".-.e pC .. ;::- ,tetmeuf D. Hale Wa&Col borne Industry, contribute to home
on 14th St. .by 137. feet on Bay 'OR RENT.-12 room house, corner IRING-B. L Diamond,' To. labor, and leave your money In your .,,
Thr V :.w Park. The only p:oporty adjoin-O and Wright streets. Apply in cled, t
ng Bay :View Park that is now for layneGet and Wright streets. Apply, nt*clothing cleaned, ed and city. J. S. REES
WANTE-Orers t, T Juas l-. V eaut ful vew down te V. S. Garfield. 27aug. *1 sire on short notice. No. llU RE
E4**,!Vr. bi will Gw I GIVE YOUR HAULING TO = THC PE(
psc;.& Penacola an'. !'- 'ua .-cIt .- n.! dcmnl the bay can neWest Government Pene tEgT.-Sal farma GIVE YOUR HAULING TO T
EL:t.o. wclh will bh(,Yny ai;.'r.-* ;,-.'- ,ed. A- V. Clubba. 30Jly -jid cit limits ou county har'l le T (
V-- srJpecial s g..-. n, -1-re. nrroa, with six room house; wind mll;OR ONE DOLLAR AND F Direto L. J.
V" 0. at JU lt,3lks from Palaox, lot after pipes in yard and all through' CENTS per head, we will haul out e
.AN .. -21,.. 2 yn car Ilnc. For particular* lu-;iu-'n. Rdat reasonable. Apply W. dead horses, cows, emo. LeO orders TRANSACTS A
S tre m ofal.rd Clothln Co. Mcellan, at First National Bank., aE 136 East ntendecIa. Herring Thor. B Thorsen, Prop.
a ,. e.ed mea' sack o f a nsaoa. auglm: oeb HAULING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
S A r-, k'i-ORi SA1K --S ':o;,I-hand cash regi- oL RENT.-3 roomsat 400 W.Gar- SAILMAKER. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
ant.. ter inr -f': t onijion.. Will s.lS den St. 13auglw* H. PORTER, salmaker, 716 South PBAGAGE DAY OR NIGHT.
S" -:" i-".aatrnt fuur t ,. ,' tn'm:. r la'g. C3 RErT-T1rralA House, corner palax .-treet. Orders taken for
,. L t .:- H.uecone: Ja .tcugh inca A-K N 'ra Hoe -orne--
-" a ... e .....s .. r . Hayne and Belmont street. Apply tnts, awnings. camp stools d ho PHONE 978.
..... AUTO--Only run tour months. Good S. Garfield. 12jul cots etc. Prices reasonable. o. Art ;. at W" a ha .. F! etba-r nli. See dr.FOR RENT-New five-room cottage Steam, Do
t- 't, "anted. we pa W a a _-a:,IT.lnl, on car line. corner 1.th street and Strayed LEAT US FURNISH and
r :,. Ad.des. p. O. Bx 3"i. Cit ... -.. J th avenue. Inuuire at Turtor's Photo
So.-,- 0 FOR SA!.. O3 RENT--o n c:ra ,i@.a.,ry. 12July STRAYED.-Black mare with barb- YOUR Og e-No.
,..IAL B. s ^ t-.,ur >- ,' ni tenace, .ood e- RENT.-Residence lately o> wire scar on front shoulder. Suit- IC E C RE A M
- ad eyor^ bolalea wlI ,7c- 1' i.nr. A. uL. W cupied by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 11 W.. able reward for return to Lee Daniell. C REAM
r. &aful C tte.ion. D. Hale~ WII -.. - ^ ludn.- .- w IT.aR-ia street Apply to R. M. Car.j30aug .-
,. _______ FOP .,4lT:--Urrhlt Klambal: Pian 43 S. Palafox street unING UP John Massey.
--- j f- ..^ cheaia. App~ly L W. Go'bv-' ro'* RENT-Twenty-room 'nouae, cor-
HELP WIANTED '':*_': "" 4auglm ner Barracks and Zarragossa street I Found Iftfe't Ie0 Crre Factor1
-- .-'. '.--:'2 !aunch 41 1f. long Stultable for boarding house. Apply
.3. 0 l-;-. "- 'n,.e. drauight, o Mrs. M. J. Moreno, 216 East Zarra- FOUND.-One black ox branded J. H.,
c electorr for -' '- .- :'':.: 1s II. P. Barber gossa. 26mUt marked with a crop and split and U- PHONE No. 1104. Cor. Intendencia
order; wi.' der bit in one ear and over square in Coirer Zarragossa and Tarragona ta. Baylen sts.
s Pl seat 40 pa cr.ors; sell at sacrifice i --- other. Owner can obtain same by ap. CREAM DELIVERED IN AY No job to
9au g, taken once. W. A. LSmth. 23 W. LO plying to C. P. Gonzalez, Bohemia, a QUANTITYty an also
S ... .ver.-.n'-nt St 15au11m 25auglm* -
at oce for B Acr- sIe LOST.- A Cres ent Bi cycle, someo
'." :- y... ." 315 West "c.r i1-. and Burglar Proof Safes and
-auglm* of .1 des^cripuos F.nd reive reward. W. ears.WILLIAMS, ttf
r: ",, --t:'t pe:s;nn tay earn a i..nutac..,red by Alpiae Sate an. CONTRACTOR ANO IUILDER, .t of I '
:" = -oresonding for news- Lock Comany o, Clirlnnati, Ohio. fl, Offce. Brosnaham buidlag onxt ,De.-sln I _
S r. ca s ;exnd c irene Communicate with me fr prices aid LOST.-Bull pup; 1 blue and 1 blaci to Pensacola Business College .. A D YPRESS
.' .ssa e; nd for p.tcularw terms before byineg elew'er. Scar- eye; clipped ears and tail; 2 months Prompt attention always given I LUMBER. LAT' ,AWEDIYP Oce-Corer
a res Syndicate, Lkpor, tt MorenO, Pi- ao Pla old. Reward if returned to 615 E. La to business. Pn.saeola. Pla I S GtoLES ^ND K.ILN- Oc--orew
Uneta SSJune. Run street. laust DRIED SAPS. -


TO LOAN.
We have about Five Thoasand Dollars to loan in amounts ot Five
Hundred Dollars and up, at 7 and 8 per cent Interest.
FOR SALE
o00--One-story dwelling on corner lot on East Hill, rents at $96 year.
P850-Comfortable cotage on West Main street, desirable locality wi:h
large lot-
$1200-Twenty acres of land withe one-story cottage at Brent's sta-
tion.
6000--iDesirable piece of property with lot 80x100 feet near Palatox
street, renting at $800 a year. if sold at once.
$2250-Large one-story dwelling on North Ha)ne street.
$2400-Two-story dwelling on Wright street, excellent neighborhood
$3750-Two-story dweling on North Hill if sold at once.
$750-Three xery desirable building lots on East Hill, excellent neigh-
borhood.
$325--Desirable lot on East 1Hill. 69x110 feet, If sold at once.
Other desirable building lots on East Hill ranging from $150 up, ow-
ing to location.
Special Advertisement
One of the prettiest building lots on desirable corner on North
Hill, with Southern exposure, 187 feet by 150 feet, must
be sold at once ......................................4000.00

Those. C. Watson &Co


L ESTI A TE, nRENAL A ND INS RnAN( CE A GENT S~ ,
Cor. Parlafox and Garden Streets.


AD VERTISEME:N TS5.


CS, Presid .-
r, Ast. Cahler.


W. K. HYER, JR., V.-Pres. and Cash
W. N. ROBERTS, Asst. Cashier.


FIRST

'IONAL BANK,

of Penseoola, Fla.

F. C. Brent, W. A. Blount, Wim. F Knowles
W. K. Hyer, tr., D. G. Brent.

DOMESTIC EXOHNANE BOUGHT AND SOLD


own Bills of Ex.
Britain, Ireland,
L Austria, Italy,
elglum, Russia,
, Denmark, and
countr4es.


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


Boxes For Rent, in Connection with which we
ivate Department for the use of Renters.

pat tment-Interest Paid on De-
Rate of 4 per cent per Annum.
*'aiN.T S.WLIS axaLgr


u n ntalv'. T. X. W KILL3, VjcK-PXstbZXer.
masIs. MANSFKILD MORENO, A-Jr. CiasnrZ
ens National Bank,
of Pensaco', Florld*.
1Dieroooz'r.
Morris tr, T. R. Wat's i
LoMnon, L. Hiltoa Green.
ERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.


resident. E. W. MENEFEE, Cashier.
R. M. CART, Vice-President.
)PLES BANK OF PENSACOLA.
Rieves, J. S. Reese W. DeC. Keasler, R. M. Cary,
V. A. D'AleAborte, f. A. Jennings.
L GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.



L. ]&dl:. ( =LL
'Wholemle and ietoU Dealer in
mestic Anthracite C|

1 South PMrlafn street. Telephone, 93.
arritlo4 a"d Gonzalez streets. Phone, 6.


Jackson Brandon.


T. D. Adam&


icola Electrical Company
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Sand Bell Phoe4
big or small for us We do wor'. In any part of the
outsale the city.
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COAL and WOOD
tf, Im tufat
momr! Oe and Fuel Company.
Ob sau TamaMgm wei t5.


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PER CENT OF THE RICH MEN

OF THE WORLD MADE THEIR

MONEY IN REAL ESTATE.......


Why Can't You? We Can Show You How.

BUY PENSACOLA REAL ESTATE TO-DAY!

It will be worth more to-morrow. If yxo don't own a
honic. buy now. Our small payment plan makes it
possible to live in your own home while you are paying
for it. Act now 1



pen acola Investment Co.


t5ALEM~orm. M. r ALl8Tm % v U e -


Speelatlrteo by the nmanth.


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No. 5603.
TON, President M. E. CLARK, Cashier.
Vie-President, JNO. PFEIFFER, Asst. Cashier.

MERICAN NATIONAL BANK
OF PENSACOLA, FLA.
rD DEPOSITORS OF UNITED STATES
Stock, $200,000 Surplus, $40,000

Covington, S. J. Foshee.
elffer. A. M. Avery,
wod W. H. Milton, Jr,
unwody, 0. E. Blaura,
eilly, W. L. Cawthon,
osasco, C. A. O'Neal,
Gourln, Dr. W. J. Hannah,
awner, McKenzie Oerting,
imar, Alex McGowin,
under, C. M. Covington.
inks, Individuals, Corporations, and Firms Solicted.
r per cent. Iterest paid on Time Deposits.


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THOMAS WRITES;


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'A Dollar's Worth fora SI


THE SPECIAL

MERITS OF

OUR


Shoes

are perfect comfort al-
ways, together with style
and

Good Wearing QuaiNdm.

Hanan's, Douglas and
Crossett Shoes have a
world Wide reputation.
We know they're good.
and thousands of cus-
tomer. testify to this fact.




John White
Oufitter to Men and Boys
205,207 S. Palafox
Phone 225,


____ Apalachicola & Northern.
From this gentleman I learnel that
S A r Y the new Apalachicola & Nortnern,
RI about which there has been so much
talk in West Florida, has actually
o* graded nearly forty miles of its right
of way and is preparing to lay steel.
Fifceen hun:!red men are now en.nlov-
E x c u sn ed in the work and construction is
THE TUG being pushed rapidly forward. When
the road was first mentioned the rail-
M O N RA road people in general looked upon it
as a bluff, put up for the purpcise 01
compelling its purchase oy the owt-
rill run the following schedule ers of the Carrabelle-Bainbridge iine,
but during the past three or four
RID Y AFTERNmonths this idea has, to a grt ex-
FRIDA IAFTERNOON tent been dissipated. Immense tract
of land have been purchased by the
Leave City for Life-Saving Station, A. & N., both in Florida and Georgia,
4:00. and there can now be no question that
Leave Life-Saving Station for City, it will be completed in due time.
7:00r Thi G V A i\ b i..ldi<_ n -


Arrive Pensncol: 7:45.
FARE FOR ROUND TRiP, 35 CENTS

COTTRELL,
Fine Photograph
Pensacola Florida
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Shoe Store


117


South Palafox Street


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AUSLEY & COMPANY,
i W. .hta sdei rt, Pewasscl, IhI
Cotton, Stocks, Grain and Provisions.
mrlt wins t nW Tk, Nmmew tm am Chicao.



To Holders of
LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R.
Pensacola Division,
FIRST MORTGAGE 6, DUE 1920.
Al holders of those bends, claimed by the Louisville 6
Nashvile Railroad Co., to be redeemable at 105 and interest
for periods fro September 1, 18, to September 1, 1904,
inclusive, numbers u designated in the advertisement of said
Railroad Copany, dated July 12, 1905, are requested to
communicate with the ndersigned before surrendering their
bonds, with a view to protecting their mutual interests.
Blodget, Merritt & Co.,
36 Nassau Street, New York,
16 Congress Street, Boston.
Counsel for Blodt, Merritt & Co.,
Messrs. Storey, Thorndyke, Palmer & Thayer.


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GOSSIP


1 oU. v -. a A. s UUII uIUng an ex --u- ----- --
tension from Havana to Quincy, buti Nashville, owing to the quarantine A negro named Martin Ellis, who Ausley & Co's Daily Cotton Letter
for what purpose is not apparent. The regulations and the small amount of bears anything but an enviable repu- New York, Aug. 30.--Our market
traffic would hardly be sufficient, in traffic that is now going on over the station, was shot yesterday shortly opened 3 to 5 points lower in sympa-
itself. to pay and the gentleman with lines. after the noon hour by A. F. Warren, thy with Liverpool's decline and gen-
Swhom I conversed expressed the opin The trains discontinued are the Mo who had arrested the man. Mr. War-ieral weakness. The decline here ex
ion that an extension through Quinc:, bile train, which left in the forenoon, ren, when the negro made a break forl tended to about 18 points before there
to the north was not orily pos.ible, returning at night, the Florala train, liberty, called upon him to halt a was any recovery, selling seemed to
but probable. This could only mean which left at 4 in the afternoon, r.- number of times and when he refused, be by an element of speculators who
an additional feeder for gulf ports turning the following morning, and fired upon him, the bullet striking the took to the long side of the market
as the northbound traffic, while fairly the one that went north at night at hip, inflicting a dangerous but not at a lower level and were getting out,
heavy at present owing to the turpen- 11:05, returning at 5 a. r. necessarily fatal wound, preferring to take small profits and
tiue and lumber inJutries, would only The only trains now going out is Some days since the cook at the'await developments from the publi-
bhe available for a limited period-not the one at 12:15 noon, bound north, home of Mr. Warren ,lgtered her cation of agricultural report due next
suffciently long to warrant the con- and the one going east at 7 m., house, which is among the servants Tuesday. Some of the desire to part
struction of a new line thirugh Quinc over the P. & A. quarters on the promises, an,, there' with contracts was attributed to the
to the north or no:hes:. This order was made yesterday. found Ellis going through her trunk! coming three days holiday. Weather
S Looking to Pensacola. The 12:15 train, leaving Pensacola'and in possession of quite a number conditions were not favorable, no
Sensacl t idthe gentle Te as ea hugh tin, an of articles. He could give no expla- rains having fallen in Texas, where
"'Pensacola,' said tibe gentleman, yesterday was a through train, andnation for being there and qucklvmost needed. We advise a conserva-
"has the brightest future f auv ci v no tickets were sold to points south naleft and in that t eu bre anyone could mote aneetitude pending the publication
on the Gulf Coast. A number of th of Atlanta. and will not b3 as long as let anld t e anone could thivdede pen ing the publication
large trunk lines have long had their the fever exists in this section. Yesterday Mr. Warren was at home Tuesay. Close observers b elieve the
eyes cast in that di-ectfmn, and *he Yeterday Mr. Warren was at home Tuesday. Close observers believe the
eyes cas in that dreet, and the when the same negro was seen in the figures will be between 6S and 70 It
Unusual activity in ra.lr,)ad circle; Nothing on the Market Equal to Chamn yard of Walker Anderson, nearby, is our opinion that in any event, high-
convinces mt. that there ;i more to w -
Sexpecte than appears upon the Berlain'a Colic, Cholera and and Mr. Warren. knowing that Mr. An- r price for the actual staple, and
S expected than appDiarrhoea Remedupon t. person an his fami- were absent the whole option list is an absolute
surface. of the lines are part- iarroe from the city, secured his revolver certainty for the near future.
cularly secrieive and no direct infor- This fact is well known to druggists an was marching him out of the
ma:ion is obtainable as :3 what ihe't everywhere, and nine out of ten will; yard intending to turn him over to --- --
plans may be. One thing, however, i; give their customers this preparation th, authorities wh(I the negro madl
a.sured. Nearly all of the big sout'.- when the bet is askel for. Mr. Obe a sudden break for liberty.
e-n and southeastern railroads arW Aitmuer, a prominent druggist of .Top. Mr. Warren called on him to halt. URPENTIE STILLS.
anxious for a terminus upon the gull in, Mo., in a circular to his customer, and then fired. With the aid of.
onas and more than one is reacin says: 'There is nothing on the market others the man was then arrested and McMilla Bros. Co.
oi, to secure it. in the way of patent medicines which sent to the police station, where the
"Pensacoia, within a few years, is equals Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera wound was examined, and later he Manufacturers,
bounii ;o be the most important cit. and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel com- was taken to the hospital. MOBILE ALABA
on the gulf coast, and *'i railroad- plaints. We sell and re-ommend this In examining thel wound, Dr. Pier-
that are heading in thi dir~;tico, preparation." For sale by all dnru- point found the scar of another wound
i tlLc l" v r'stpo -~, i h t.1 ~lists. :upon the leg of the ncfgro. and when
-r. :ss. tier r;ti' may sprn- questioned1 the ne=ro sa'il that he
up. i, '!hre is only on' ( n the whole FERTILIZER FREE. received the wound while in Georgia.
r;i t ,:I.-, t ha* ('an take care of th ,..
*. : r can tn cx ere of thI Anyone wishing good stable manure
, -. ," n eo 1 .*,atis. will apply to .1. LPierce, at A Warning to Mothers. d
i' P. '.uacoia ." The Lewis Bear Company's warehouse. Too much care cannot le usel wit,
'This gnti~:lan wa. n roe to small cnihlren during t: c hot weather
:luis eantien Cianc on roim or of the slunmmr m to iiarl
Il.ui antih railr,,ca! exte(nion nows 'io a-ainst bowvei troubles. As a rule it
;io s nl as he w oxcoedinl CAPTAIN is only necessary to give the child a IS M ore
l rcitt ar'i, a h, -l -- .ne e:d 'dose of castor oil to corre .t any dis-
!,-n passgnotcordoer of :he :,oielns. not b gse anvv /,
Tt E O, ht gie th, oll-fasoEI EDnMNDSON'S T hn an
castor oil, and see th'tU it is tresh, as i
MYSTERIOUS CASE OF LAUNCHES rancid oil nauseates and has a ten
JACKSONVILLE WOMAN jdency to gripe. If t.hi does not check
the H)owels give Chamblrlain's Colic
The .acksonville Times-Union says: CUPID, RORT. L. E., NANCY AND Cholera and rDarrioea Reo;ney andi reed
A womn aia i iii i -ars of "e EDNA S., then a dloe of castor oil, and the di-
gi;;.i. hI am. ai-. l'la Bu"rns, *as case '!]ill be heckel in its incipiency
fcnd i- t r;.,.:.o on the back stcp- and all danger avoided. The castor
of 14 FltoneWII.! ~-ree-, iversid, a can be charter, by the hour, day or oil and this reLmcld should be procure I
.al- h, A . ,etd n. egroe~e, hAek. Terras, casonable. iat once and kept ready tr instant ius HE riht feed wll convt t
S?,; Fishing Tackle and Cookipg Utern 'as soon as the first indication of any
about .P:3", o c,,c,. last nizht .
A ,hone mrt le was sant to police ils furnished if deslrd. bowel trouble appears. This is the veries-tcrubintoapeyriagan-
heaquarcri, stating tha the w a mot successful treatment known ant imaL AddSmF t
was id and needed medi.tal atten:ion.i PHONE 204. may be relied upon win implicit con- to
The police patrol was sent to the; fidence even in cases of cholera nfan present ration. Note the immedi
Fcene, but no one could gt anything tum. For sale by all dil:ugists.I
cut of the 'nonan at that tinm. CAPT1 BENEll E8 1SO. I1 inin milk a i tl
,6- _.._ I .t U 1- *6N . /


-nse sati only thrt Uoe was 111. It
could plainly be detected that she had
iten using some strong drug, appar-
ently chloroform.
She said that she had not bee ,
drinking. Her eyes were glassy and
irom all appearances she w-as in a v,-y
bad condition.
The woman bears a pleasant tare.,
was dressed in a black .sut, had on a'
straw hat and is a foreigner. dome n
one on the s ce said that the woman:
had been se n on the streets with hf-i
husband \' veral times, but she iaidi
she had no ihus!nd nor home.
She was takcn to the county ho-pi-
"n! for treatmiCnt. Whether or notl
;he woman hsi taken chioritorm with!
i~icldal intent could not be learneo2.
4or she wouil tell nothing, only that
she was ver- ill.
VM. JOHNSON & SON'S GREAT!
CLEARANCE SALE OF SHOES,
CLOTHING, GENTS' FURNISHINGS,
ETC, BEGINS FRIDAY, SEPTEM
BLR tt SEE THEIR FULL PAGE
AD. IN THIS PAPER.


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Bocily pain loses its terror if you've:
a bottle of Dr. Thomas' Oclectric O()i0
in the house. Instant relief in cas's
any sort.
WM. JOHNSON & SON'S GREAT
CLEARANCE SALE OF SHOES.I
CLOTHING, GENTS' FURNISHINGS,;
ETG., BEGINS FRIDAY, SEPTEM-
BE 1st. SEE THEIR FULL PAGE
AD. IN THIS PAPER.
The style of the coal and wood firm
of Acosta & White has been changel'
to E. B. Acosta & Co. Parties wh3
wish to buy coal and wood cheap fori
Sthe fall and winter will find it to their!
advantage to place orders now.
SWM. JOHNSON & SON HAVE SE
CURED THE AGENCY FOR ONE OF,
THE LARGEST EXCLUSIVE TAI
LORING HOUSES IN THE EAST.
AND ARE NOW PREPARED TOi
TAKE YOUR ORDER FOR THAT!
FALL SUIT. CALL IN AND EXAM.-
INE THEIR ELEGANT LINE OPj
SAMPLES. 26aug7t.


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MARKETS
Naval Stores Market.
Savannah, Ga., Aug. 30.-The naval
stores market closed to-day as Wot
lows:
WW.. .. .. .. .. ............5 40
WG.. .. .. .... .. .. ......4 95
N.. .. .... .. ................. 50
M.. .. .. .. .. ...... .. ....4.30
K .... .... ............. 4 25
I .. .. ......... .....4 20
S.... .. .. .. ............ 15i
G r.. .. ............ .4 10
F.. ...... .............4 06
............... .. ..3 95 to 4 00
D .. .. .... .......... ....3 SO
C.. .. .. .. .. .. ............3 35
Spirits Turpentine, 60% cents.
New York Cotton Market
Open Close
January.. .. .. .. 11.12 11.08
March .. .... .11.22 11.16
May ......... .....11.20 11.20
August.. .. .. .. ....10.84 10.82
September.. .... .. 10.86 10
October.. .. .. .. .. ..10.97 10.1I
November.. .. ... 11.04 10.98
December...... ....11.10 11.04
Liverpool Spots 5.91.
New York Spots 11.15.
Port receipts 15,000 bales.
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET.
Wheat
Wheat Sept. Dee. r
Open............... 78.5 80.4
Close.. ............78.3 80.3
Corn
Sept. Dec%
Open .. ..............52.4 44.
Close............ ....53.4 44.5
Estimate receipts tomorrow, New
Orleans 2000 to 3U00.
New York Stock Market.
Sou. Pac.. .. .. .. .......... 61.2,
Copper.. ... .. .. ..... .... 856
A. S. H.... ................. 1446
Ath............ .... ...... 90.21
. I. T.... .. .. .. .. .. .....71.3
E.ie ...... .. ............ .52.3 .
C. F. I................... 45.5
U. S.. ......... ... ... ...... 37.4
U. S. P. ........ .. .. ..105.
P. T. Q.......... .......... 12.1
. & N.. .... .... .... ....150.2 "
Man.. .......... ..165.
M. P.. .......... .. . ..)7.2 =
Met. ................. .. ....31.3
Can. Pac......... .... ...164.1
N. Y. C.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...o152).2
. 0.. ............... 104.7 =
St. P.. .................180.7 S
Pnna ............ .. ....1..45 1
U. P........ ....... ........134.5
T. C. I .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... 90.2,
Pvnna.. .... .. .. .. .. ...... 1451 1 =
U. Pe.... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... 134.2 _


West Florida and Pensacola as
They Are Seen in Other Parts
of the Cwry.

By Ben H. Thoma.
Chicago, IIL, Aug. 28.-I had a long
conversation on the train with a prom.
inent southern railroad man who nas
evidently been closely watching de-
velopmets in the railroad situation
along the gulf coast, particularly with
reference to Pensacols and nearby
territory. This gentleman, who, for
obvious reasons shall be nameless,
informs me that, to the best of his
belief three railroads are now nead
I ing for Pensacola. Two of these a-e
lines either owned or controlled by
the Central of Georgia, and one of the
lines in guestin Is an extension from
Florala to the Deep Water City. 'here
is unusual activity ;n a number of
directions, but all the railroad con-
struction that he was aware of was
heading for the Gulf Coast of West
Florida.


ilillttill ttllii litlti glflllf llnifi 3m m mTlff t'l ii.'.,lh ,iiiti iiiiilluru .-

OH, DEAR, HOW HOT! r
Such expressions often escape the women who
use the old-fashioned coal and wood stove.

Myl It's Such a Comfort!

is the oft' repeated exclamation of those who
USE A GAS RAMNE.


PENSACOLA GAS CO.w


27 Est Garden Street


SHIPMPNG NEWS
Arrived.
August Belmont, Br ms, Barnes,
2967, Tampico to Gulf Transit Co.
t ailed.
Penrith Castle, Br ss, for Antwerp.


VESSELS IN POrT.
tepmships.
Amstel, Dutch ss, Mobile to order.
Arroyo, Br ss, Plough, 2307, New-
castle on Tyne to Gulf Traalt Co.
Brookwood, Br ss, Brown, 1987. Sa-
vannah to the Wmi. S. Keyser Co.
Cambrian King. Br as, 2315, New-
port News to J. A. Merritt & Co.
Dulcie, Br ss, Harrison, 1285, Faro
to J. A. Merritt & Co.
Ernesto, Span so, Omacchea, 1691,
Gulfport to F. O. Howe & Co.
E. O. Saltmarsh Br ss, Rogers,2319,
Tampico to Gulf Transit Co.
Kaiser Ger ship Martin 1180, Bre-
men to Master.
Pensacola, Am as, O'Ley, 1086,
New Orleans to Gulf Transit Co.
Simonside, Br ss, Robsoa, 1953,
Sunderland to J. A. Merritt & Co.
Soperga, Ital so, Gustavino, 2073,
Gulfport to J. A. Merritt & Co.
Fiery Cross, Nor bk, Clausaea, 1399,
Cork to master.
Garibaldi, Ital bk, Ageno, 1348,
Gloucester to Order.
Hudson, Nor'bk, Knudenm, 771, Lon.
don to order.
Santa Barbara, Port bk, Carrela,
633, Oporto to H. Bears & Co.
Donna Christina, Anm ehl, Axelem,
165, Belize to master.
Hjalmar, Am sch, Axelsen, 55, Key
West to Gulf Transit Co.
Noas, Rus sch. Sneedse, 333, Glou-
cester to Master.


Phone 148


THE NEW SALOON
Nrrli tm hdwr, Pdrl .
12 Wet Zarran S trt,
EVERYTHING NEW, COOL, OOSV,
CLEAN ANDO NIC.

COME, MAKE YOUBRELF AT
HOME. YOU ARE WELCOME.


OU llckory Wifiey
MY SPECIALTY.
MAIL ORDER ARE SOLICITED


Pabst

Blue Ribbon

Bottle Beer,
hu no equal
Sold everywhere.

S.A. Friedman
Vholesak Distributer.
Leader i Imaported Wine
aid Liquors.
PNONE 17.L
NA 331 SOUTH PALAFOX ST.
PNSACOLA. FLA.


; TERSELY TOLD h l
SBEUSINESS LOCALS. Iy U U ll Il IdI
*W mW B n mid Jantendena.>
Hendrix & Carpenter wlli foranis
estimates on bildia and pntinl MEATS AND VMCETABLEt POULU
and give permonal attento t work. TRY AND M : AN.
932 E. Strong, and 34 z t laRna-
streets. FRKE DELIVERY.
McKtnaie Oerti gt & Co, whsa J M MANAGE
and retail ship chan mdle ad reee, PHONE 3a.
the only first-class house of the kind
In Pensacola. Fatr ~e to all.
Wh uMseStorW Pa vl eWa yf t
can buy Kelso Boad, Disity, Y ar dt
Kara Linen, or Cramo' BIJo at C. V.
Thompson's, 8 8. Palaol. I
Saner tract are h Standa Sa factory
Guaranteed ure. All others
mere imitations. Aak tr '-e 1 r'wo Wor
The style of the coal a4 ood am has given Us a reputation
of Acosta & White has ee changed for turning out
to E. B. Acosta & Co. Parties who LAUNDRY WORK
wish to buy oal and wood cheap for THAT SATISFIES
:he fall and water will j4 It to their Better let s call for your
advantage to ptae o4ra ow. 1 bundle. If you do yoi
-W will set laundry satisfac-
WM. JOHNON a 0 SON HAVE SE. tion.
CURED THE AGENCY POR ONE OP
THE. NG Ixcr E STA. The Star Steam
AND ARE pNHOW PRFARED TO
TAKE YOU ThAT Laundry.
FALL SWTL'^ ^ * Es . L-

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Pensacoa


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MAN ATTEMPTS


TO ESCAPE AND


IS SHOT

Was in Yard of Walker Anderson
When He Was Seen By A. F.
Warren and Was Ar-
rested.


Manufa~trers and Repairers of
MACHINERY AND BOILERS
FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
Prompt attention given to all orders, day or 2ight. Agents
for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and'Timber Dog3, aj
Chains of all description.
Office Phone 123. PHIL WITTMAN. Mgr.
Residence Phone 1029. P. O. Bax


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NUMBER OF


TRAINS

Louisville and Nashville Now Runs
One Train North and
One East.
A number of trains were discon-
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OWNER.


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GO CRABBING. LOTS OF
FUN DIPPING THEM
UP-ANO "GOOD EAT-
ING," TOO.
25 cents.


FISHING TACKLE
ABUNDANCE.


COE'S BOOK STORE,
213 S. Palafox St
235 Phone.


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Mystery
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imihtion of So reac Dairy Fad -ad
a greater utilization of the r-ouhue.
It'* the buusinew J of the ratio
A trial will convie.


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