The Pensacola journal
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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: October 11, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
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 )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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::T COMMISSIONERS VIEWED Weather Bitterly Cold, thtThermometerHovering BUILD MODERN STRUCTURE, IN PLACE ft


About Freezing! THE STORM.

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William King, Arraigned for Point. Land on Beach Between Ali t ;

PAID VISIT TO THE STAR TURPEN- A modern steel bridge is to span life time. The one destroyed was

Killing Tom Powell, Is Little Bayou just outside the city throught when it was first built to be caniz and Florida Blanca .

limits,. taking the place of the onerecently' a staunch structure, but later it developed .
Found Dead In Cell. TINE COMPANY YESTERDAY AND OBTAINED Nine Thousand Enthusiasts destroyed by the hurricane.ThIs that the structure had weakened .. to Be Held.SQUATTERSRIGUIS. t

has been decided upon by the to a considerable extent but even

1 bile MUCH INFORMATION RE- Braved Frigid Air. county commissioners, and plans of in that condition it would have been

duJ. the structure have been ordered of service for years had not the hurricane "

,ritds.-. PANEL ACCEPTEDAnd GARDING ,CONDUCTING CAMPS.The 4 drawn and an estimate made of the washed it away. : H-

!'U- SCORE SEVEN TO ON'IN FAVOR cost. As soon as this is completed The county is at present engaged in
for proposals'will be invited from the va building a temporary bridge across _

.m. Board of County Commissioners what they observed and that the camp I "OF NATIONAL. ''LEAGUE. TEAM rious bridge building concerns, and the bayou at a point near the dummy
at its regular meeting on last I'under M:. Dawkins's management is the contract awarded.It line trestle, which will be used until Not Considered of Any h

Ready to Hear Evidence Tuesday night was invited by P. indeed a model of Its kind. The camp I -STEIN WELD'S BATTING: AND' is the intention to construct abridge the new steel bridge'is completed and '

i ise C. Dawkins, manager of the Star Turpentine proper is situated on the top of a I at this point which will last a ready for service. Value By the Mayor. ',
When Death Interfered.THE Co.,,which has the location of slope where is located one of the fin-. RUELBAtK'S: PITCHING EASILY

its' convict camp, In the western portion est springs in Escambla county, and
of the county to visit his company's near this Is located the stockade rr ,Austrian Steamer Margherita CITY COUNCIL RECONSIDER* .1s

FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT 'OF camp and see an up-to-date building where the men have their CHICAGO DIAMOND. .
convict establishment. Since theBoard quarters. VOTE ON ERICSON STREET
KING'S'' DEATH MADE, BY A ot..County Commissioners are This building and its arrangement .. Arrives Safely at MarseillesThe
using the county's convicts for build should be seen to be appreciated By Associated tress RAILWAY ORDINANCE MOVE ,-
HALF CRAZED PRISONER. WHO ing hard Toads throughout the county, clean and wholesome with water I
Chicago IH.,' Oct. ,10--In the second STARTED FOR CIT'tI / aj
and though the county itself maintains throughout supplied from a 1,200 gal- -- i' .
- CLAIMED DEATH CAME TO HIM of the world's
a fine system in the management lon tank Into which the water is game championship Austrian steamer ,Margherita, ter from the chief engineer of the I WHARF-COUNCIL CONSIDER 'j

AND ASKED IF HE WAS READY. of its own establishment the pumped from a deep well by a gasoline series to-day tie,;.Chicago National which, about month since, vessel stating that the propeller gave '
I commissioners thought it wise to accept engine; the building has a fine League team took"reveage for yes satisfaction throughout the voyage. MANY IMPORTANT MATTERS. :; .

Mr. Dawkins's inyitation and system of sewerage and the kitchen terday's defeat when they vanquishedthe was-picked up disabled in the gulf, When the Margharita was towed I' :

Special to The Journal. thus gain any additional knowledge to and: dining room have all of the appearance -I American, L .gue--f: champions her propeller bolt ,having been lost. into port here it was predicted by The City Council held a regular and an all<( ,

ks! De Funiak Oct 10.-The case of' be had from the management at the of being that part of a'!good on has reached her destination, Mar. engineers and mariners that the work important session last night remark ; b -
Star Turpentine Co.'s camp, and yes- hoteL On the premises apart from the latter's grounds by the score of tusiness was considered In .
of Florida ''William King, series, in safety, and in fact two days could, not be done in Pensacola, and council adjournIng :E
301'Im JCfcper the State vs. terday In company with Mr. Dawkins the main building is the hospital seven to one. White. and, Owen who quicker time than anticipated, notwithstanding that the vessel would either have tot 'ably quick time, the ,,', ',
in which King was on trial for mur Commissioners Jas. M. Stewart Jas. building well furnished for this before 8:30 o'clock. Three ordijnances
: purpose replaced him in the fourth innning the rough weather en >e docked or her cargo discharged. o1'i ,, ;
der in the first degree, charged'with W. Andrews J. A. WIggins of the though not occupied by any sick Batted freely and also countered. were passed; notice given .
set.Irs.. were errors of several others;;
Powell the homi board together with M.. O. Baggett, at present. This received here satisfactorily the introduction .
the killing of Tom helped Nationalanrun news was yes- Schad accepted ,}
, county superintendent of convicts and The food and clothing for the the up Jhe the resignation of Marshal
ride having occurred June 15th of men terdaf by Mr. Sweeney of the Gulf expense, and gave entire satisfactionon "
\m.s); R. P. Reese attorney fob the board supplied by this company seem to be score. Rnelbach w s'in'fine form and effective November 1, but no sf. "1
this year, was brought to an abrupt 1 Machine Works, who:received a let- the voyage. the vacancy
''when It announced that visited the camp,and upon their ,return better than the state's regulations.On allowed only two hits. steps taken towards filling
close was I
ord : to the city in conversation witha the whole those members of the Tae weather was, bitterly coldJ the ; C. M. Covingtgn elected a member :;, '
dead in his bed .
had been
King Journal reporter thein-\ mercury .hovering about freezing" I of the Board of Bond Trustees, ; : '
expressed : board who made the trip feel well repaid t
.30, in the jail I selves as being greatly pleased withENGINEER for the time spent. the.afternoon., A few flakes of snow Negroes Protest Against vice J. :M. Pfeiffer whose time had ex- '.' !.-I ; ,

A special venire of 50 men having ---L._ fell but they were not: needed to add pared; the A. A. Ericson street railway .-f,: ,# '/ t
been summoned, the entire day was and } t' i
by. to the.general discomfort, and over ordinary was reconsidered : r
ire' taken up Monday, first in motions for, nine thousand enthus'astic braved "Jim Crow" DiscriminationBy on the table subject to call:
continuances, each of :which were de MUIR EN'ROUTEHERE the rigors of the weather. reports from several officers and :: ;; t
nied, and then in the exhaustive examination heard and the :1' ; :.
With frost nipping their fingers and committees were -
I of the 50 talesmen result toes perfect baseball was an impos- Associated Press. the commission to investigate the I mayor appointed members of the committees \ ;l .
, ing in the exhausting another of the venire special, TO COMMENCE WORK .ElbSHty. The Nationals started the Wellington Oct. 10.-Represents, I subject and on development of the of the council recently created ,{".1:) ,;. }p
and necessitating
, trouble In the second Inning, with tive negroas of the South, in behalfof I facts to issue an order compellingthe. by adopting new rules. .' (: "
venire of 10 men. t cite outer Steln.tle1d tingled, Tinker railroads not to discriminate When the council convened there ; #
Shortly after 9 o'clock, p. m., both their race, have complained to the Bliss, and Alder- :
I of Mayor
bunted Ev ers rolled-aneasy one against_passengers on account were present
state and defendant having exhausted REPRESENTATIVE OF to Isbell, who tosssd the ball wild interstate commerce commission of their color. The petition c la" signed by men Christie Maura McHugh, Mul- ,i S t
their premptory challenges, a full Into left.Afield. The half closed with the ,use by the railroads of the Thomas Oliver and W. D. Johnson Reilly. Wright and Yonge. The .:: II, J-Jdon

panel was tendered and accepted and thre runs and the enthusiasm of the south of "Jim' Crowcars. for Interstate .I I of Mississippi, and about a dozen reading of the minutEs was dispensed j
court adjourned until 8 o'clock Tues ERAGE CONTRACTOR HAS LEFT PHILADELPHIA taken \, K
ld National supporters broke loose. passengers and have requestedContributiorisforDestifute other .negrces. with and the businsss at once t .i'
all looking I
day morning, with parties t ?
The Americana lone tally came in up. ;
forward to a bitter fig&t Hence it FOR: THIS CITY MATERIAL the fifth and ..theThUe Stockings Three Ordinances Passed. : '
shock when the 't' .
came as a announcement
the last
read -
threatened: t< -cort again .except .' Three ordinances were '
: never a
that tEe defendanthad .
was made *' forth '
NOW ARRIVING. reached time! and: passed They were
when Jones
second on ,
tie expired during the night It is collection ofad valorem i
his own hit and went to third on an levy and t
in thought that King's heart was affect taxes; ta amend section 92,of the city ._ J.I ,
the t
out plate.
was caught at Far New MexicoMayor '
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ed and the strain of yesterday was Engineer Muir, in the employ of R. erage work would then commence.It The Nationals scored again In the code, and relating to electric pole-, i;! it t
ce1e too much for him, and he collapsed -I
under it C. Storrie, the sewerage and drain is expected that Engineer :Muir ,sixth on 'two singles, a double steal and ires. i
who will have charge of work will The J. E. Taylor ordinance In c"
A singular thing in connection with age contractor, is en route to Pensa bring with him several the other employees I and a wild throw. In the eighth' they Chas. 'H, Bliss -yesterday received who are strivinng to relieve the poor which he was granted privileges to '---, ,J r

the the fact that about made two more. order for and worthy in the city, especiallysince ,.) ,
case was cola to commence, the sewerage and of tha contractor and that RR\ E a telegraph money run a spur track across Garden street .',

four o'clock Tuesday morning, the drainage work, which has been some', the work will be rushed as.rapidly as Americans .. .. .. .. ..1 2 3 the sum of $51.00 from the Silver the cold weather has caused was placed on Its second reading. In d' ;!,+ [ ,
other to suffer for want of proper
of City
prisoners were disturbed by the City National Bank SEver many Maura gave
I' connection Alderman ,1.
what delayed on account of the hurricane possible. this
Nationals .. .. ..7 10 1 f
noise of one Frank Singleton, held and New Mexico, with the request thatIt bedding and clothing. notice that he ould at the next meet :.. ,
washing tracks delay Yesterday consignmentofmaterial :
T upon a charge of'murder, and whose ing shipments. This up information was I I for the work ,was receivedand Batteries Americans.Nationals Wbite,Ruel-Owen be applied to the relief of the suffering The contribution was made by the ing Introduce an ordinance providing r,.. .: II ..
case had been continued on accountof and Sullivan; of Pensacola caused by the citizens of Silver City, and turned certain regulations In connection wittt .' .t t '
Mayor Bliss side track, where it
received yesterday by placed on a
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the man's physical and mental condition bach and KIng.Stlenfield's hurricane. The 'mayor accepted thedonation over to the mayor of that city, who tracks, and also that an annual .,.o I; >:
from Mr. Storrie, who wrote that the will be held until the representativeof and Rne1bach'spitching spur '
he being seemingly deranged, contractor had left Philadelphia several -I I the contractor arrives. The material batting easily the features of and will turn it over to had the bank 'telegraph the amount rental be paid the city by all to whom r;\'.: 5.f f f +
and who announced to one of his fellow of the committees of ladles here. granted. ; ,
some franchises are
days since for Pensacola, but consists of everything that is nec-
the blue
always excepting '
C companions in misfortune that the game moved to reconsid A -, ;-,
to New Orleans route, in the prelimlnary'work., and Alderman Maura
was stop.at en essary and : breaths 'of the t
fingers vapory
"Death has come in here to-night and I I the vote the ordinance granting ;
within another
and'would probably arrive before the it is anticipated that '
sat on my bed, and asked me if I was players. to A. A. Ericson and others the .
expiration of the week and the sew. week the work will have commenced. / '
ready, and I told him no, I didn't lYING right to construct and operate a street 1';'. f ,'
know as I was-he caught me by the NEGROESTO SEAMAN N DIES OF CADAVER railway along Garden and other c'I' :':\

leg and pulled it, and asked me wasI URGES streets. The motion prevailed and w,_f i i
ready." Then the crazed man the ordinance was then laid on the :, ,;, R i:

waved his hand to one who was stand- NEW YORK K FIRMFAilED BIG PROFITS INS table until the next meeting, when It '. ;
the Ing in front of King's cell, and told ORGANIZE HERECEIVED. ON EACH FOR la understood that several amend'f.. \
.he him to "stand aside, stand aside, INJURIES agents will be made and also that the -.: :

s death Is in there." They,assured him. RIGHTSBy company be required to make a largee "- :fi 1. <
hi.ss r "No :Mr. King is in there." "Well," FIGHT FOR deposit with the city as a guarantee ;T- y

answered Singleton he: Is dead." FOR A 4 5 SMUBBLING G of construction and operation. ..;t., 't ,
io( This caused much excitement The ordinance compelling the I.o1ts.
Associated Press. a DAYS D ; .
Nashville to place a flagman '
!I 4 among the superstitious darkies and New York Oct. 10. "Such men as ville &;

'es cries of "bring a light" were heard. Hoke Smith, John Temple Graves, at one crossing and be :more careful, i' ;

JII'n' The jailer then appeared and went Vardaman and Tillman ought not to be at others was readthe second time a

1 into King's cell and discovered that MilliONOwing CHINESE[ able to obtain any services from the and laid cn the table subject to coma call, 1.+ -
'of 1i the man In truth dead.- The demented : some of the aldermen favor -
toJ negro was who first, proclaimed it, colored In an address man, said before Oswald the G.American VUlard By Staging :Polling. On Him, Body of Unknown White as netting the company to install pnett .
ol tha
had no access to the cell or any Council, now in session here. Ylllard Unburied Sand matlc gates at two cr more -
med means of knowing the circumstances. declared that no negro should think While He Was Aboard Man crossings.' :;

t to Defalcation of New England States Sceneof of contributing one cent for the sup- The franchise committee bad no report '
Re of the matters :
us LEA APPOINTED port of the anti-negro newspapers in the'Belle Isle. Thrown Over to make upon that any department. ,1
:r- 'U. S. MARSHALBy Trusted Agent in Operation For Georgia.! He urged the negroes to mains. connected City to Hold Property. I :

I cia organize and nght for their rightsHe Mayor Bliss addressed the follow 3,
Associated Press. Havana.By Years.By said the time was ripe for serving attachedto council '.
Many Caflrnce Pierre, a seamen, lug communication to the r
ShreP epo.t, La., Oct. to.-A. G.Lea notice on the country that further 't f
1({f the French steamer Belle Isle, died which was read:
. fi fi today received notice of his appointment ... efforts to degrade the negro to a servile Although three days have elapsed "To the Honorable Board of ;
.0 i Tues
about midnight
as United States marshal and to create a republicwith at the hospital
position since parties discovered a on Pensacola."GentlemenThe .
of Alder'I'I
torlt i t
Associated Press.New Associated 'Press. men.
tor the Western district of Louisianato millions of persons taxed but day of Injuries he sustained a few the outside beach, about a mile to the attention of

succeed B. F.: O'Neal removed by York, Oct, 10.-The assignment Providence, Oct. 10.-The two men not represented should be fought hours previously while onboard the I( westward of Fort McRae, the body honorable body Is directed to _

is the President for alleged general un- of J. M. Ceballos and Company, captured on the schooner Frolic, from now on. -"Leave the murderingin steamer as she Jay -moored alongsideof i I till remains upon the beach unburied that the official maps of the City of .. !

ere- 1tness.! Lea was formerly O'Neal's bankers and merchants, with liabilities which was confiscated by'the govern- cold blood to the race that proudly. Tarragona street wharf taking a according >to reports brought to toe Pensacola show that the property! :-

chief deputy.PLAGUE. between three, and four million ment for smuggling Chinese, were calls itself superior and better civilized of phosphate. city yesterday afternoon.The south of Block. C, Old City Is public t
sa1d.fUNSTON'. cargo remains are supposed to be recent
t In 1-
he The block has,
10 APPEARSAT dollars, was announced to-day. A Edward Jenkins of Boston, and ,William Pierre was nearing the staging leading those of one of the seamen from the property.been plotted In the WaterFront ).:

OSAKA statement declares the' failure due to'the Duncan, of Somerrille. They from the wharf to the vessel quarantine station who was washed years as Block 149. This ,property: f

:0t. JAPANBy defalcation. and :absconding" of said that Herbert Colby, /of Boston, WILL when it fell upon him crushing him from the roof when others clung to It was originallr left open as a beach -, t

Jete. Associated Press. Manuel Sllveira. of Silveira ,and Co.. ,commanded the vessel and that he to the deck. Several' bones were' and were saved by washing ashore for the public the property In Block
Washington Oct. 10.-The Marine but may be those of someone else. xtendlng'to the water, and
the Havana agents of the New York and twenty-seven Chinese broken and he was internally injuredand 5 not .
Hspital! Service has been informedof i who were ,NOT COMMANDAFFAIRS The man is dressed in a pair of blue hence without riparian rights This i

the appearance of the plague at company. landed before the Frolic was discovered although he had every attention overalls and has 'so long been ex property In past years, even up to and }

Osaka Japan and of the cholera at Silveira's defalcation is alleged to are at large. The prisoners he expired six or seven hours later. I posed that the body is In a terrible including Alcanlz Street has been .

Shanghai. China. Seventy-five deaths amount to one million dollars. He claim that they were Informed The funeral occurred yesterday af state of decomposition.In fenced up and held by right of pose ?;
. from cholera were reported last week sailed from Havana on October 2, II' when IN CUBA WILt. BE LEFT ternoon. I order to protect the remains slon only. The recent storm swept =:.:-,.,
ostensibly to'consult 'with the memo they were hired that the schooner from buzzards
ana fifty the week before. Health AND begun to attack all this property clear of every restage -
officers on.the Pacific were notifiedto bers of Ceballos and Co., but has not I was going on a pleasure trip. WITH. It, some parties have thrown of buildings and it Is a very oppor '-:; f .

be appeared. Counsel for the assignee'saYs John Lehemann, ,who was arrested BELL TEACHER KILLEDIN rand over the remains, but this Is of tune: time for the city lo now claim .
on guard.
that Silveira left' on his own I later, made statements which, if not sufficient depth to afford much Its own. and prevent the property .

. DEAF steamer for parts unknown accompanied I true, Indicate that the smuggling'of/ protection. from being taken by those who hayS '
AND DUMB Chinese Into the New England ., .
by his wife and children. Ev states PRESENCE OfPUPILS right to It. ; i
Press. no
COUPLE MARRIED ery effort is being made, to, locate I,has been carried on for years at Havana By Oct.Associated 10. General Frederick T have directed the city marshal to ;' -1"1'

great profit. Hs stated that an ex.pedition' I FunstOn 11 not continue in com- CLOTHING SENT see that no building was allowed to ?R

A By Associated Press., him.William V. Rowe, assignee! said like tnat of the Frolic netted mand of the American forces in Caba.Oov SIXTY progress upon the property, but in _: i I"
ugusta. Ga., Oct. 10.--Miss Carrie firm of' substantial fifteen thousand dollars clear of have r ', .
. the assets of the are a Taft announced to-night that he spite of this some parties begun -
Anna Wan, of Augusta, and Alexander both character and .there. Is hope all expenses. When asked how the and.General Funston win leave Sat- BY RED CROSS to build. I have also directed the city t

yarham Estill of Savannah that the assets will be sufficient to smugglers were able to evade the United,, States.: With By Associated Pres I attorney to take inch Immediate legal .
.' deaf and dumb were married here today cover the losses and the firm be enabled officers along the coast he said: urday for the Assistant Secretary Bacon Cleveland, O, OcU,10.-In the presence steps as may be necessary to prevent

by RJT. O. J. Whilden, of Baltl- to resume business. "That's easy Most places In New them will go affairs of Cuba will! be of sixty pupils In the South By Associated Press. the encumbrance of this property. s

more, also a mute. The couple'are .J.' M. Ceballos and Company was England are fixed and we don't have and the hands of Governor Magoon Euclid school, Harry Smith aged Washington) Oct. 10.-tCk>thing for "I report my action to this council .
Prominent In Georgia the groom beIng established fifty years.ago"'and has any trouble." left In the Franklin BelL twenty-five years shot to death Miss the use of storm sufferers along the that It may take such action In the

r a nephew of Hon. J. H., Estffl large Interests 'in. Cuba chiefly In. According to Lehmann the expeditions and General Mary Shepard' a teacher, twenty-two Gulf coast has been shipped by the premises( as it may deem necessary. I ,'
Proprietor of Savannah News. old.'this afternoon. Two hours Red Cross from Boston, Philadelphia: t '
the, the development: of railroads andsugar are backed by a man named Convicted of Murder. years "Respectfully submitted.
plantations. The. firm operatesa Goodman Philips of Boston, who IF Macon, Ga. Oct. 10.-JIm Johnson later at his home In Warrensvine New York, Baltimore and WashJngyton. "CHAS. H. BUSS j .
'" in Snowstorm. shot himself through the head The of Mobile has notified .. t
of steamers between New York now In England. The prisoner also shot and killed his father on Smith mayor x "Mayor. '
; Lexington, Ky.. ,Oct. 10.-During a who instantly Disappointment In the Red Cross headquarters that Instrtlcted I '
and Spanish 'ports and"has conned; connected the name of Abraham September 5 was convicted of murder dying : The city attorney was iU' :
Winding snowstorm Nutboy, the chant love Is said to be tne cause for.the clothing: is needed more than aar-. '
Europe and Spanish- Messer with the smuggling opera'tIons. recommendation to clem-
In Spain with
lion tlons today
trotter won the famous Walnut cities, cold blooded murder.. thing else. (Continued eh Pag fight J.3d ?
Hall farm American ency.
cup to-day. _

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Over tbe IIlpv Tbr Lifting of f Effective Little Touches That Ten on to tbe
the Waistline-Some Gown Are for Slack-Last Seneca'. Gown this note Is repeated In the steep baa-

dean at the side. The brim Is narrow
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Co Brought C. to Date-Tbe Late
w In the back. aDd'WORld be very wider to.
StiffCBed Hem*-Short Sleeves
Millinery Ie fianceeStripedSilk. deed in front were It not folded tact

SncKritioBi of Ecclesiastical. and Ribbons for Trim- upon Itself 'Just for an the world a, pfBe

Garb Assert Themselves.Most icings-Pipings: Hake a BId- though the wearer bad received a d!:;? -

In the face which spoiled the sbape > '
r Some novelties la Sleeve
the hat.
of the Imported models have arrived Since those uncurled plumes demand: t

and those who make a cult of dress w September Is the month of changes and length and Isxnriousness of flue to nut
L the at better In the and much
slightest attempts trimming makeshifts wardrobe them all
at presentable, it Is not at alflkety
hire found time
r a strenuous In Inspecting
than this tintSome weather to ere"X.
depends upon tbe man as that trill
they too nK"
any popular
I as many as they could compass, and la of the new bine-violet shades are wherewithal we shall be clothed and bow .

i listening to descriptions of. such as, they,, equally 'attractive. while reds, terra cottis. .t'r a* :! .." '' we shall seek our .amusements.. slderably jail at In present, their of cost bells l'JIIo: -Fa:

tare not been able to see. :verdigris greens and tobacco browns r"a #.. '.""; x .x rl. w S ,.e; : The wardrobe of the summer, Is still excess the culled f 4. | ;
TIle willow plume 4s I>>efllg, pushed on'
One thins, and that a true thing ;ray will find boats of enthusiastic a herenta.So : more or less good,,albeit the colored linens C.

be culled from the mass of Informatioa much for fabric and color. Now to i xr :.YC% e oSk w a tr'w1"S ".tw Ci" r.'g>!&.9#" 'r {,:v 3,_.y,out. ?. y Li.71.f: ;x4xr"F ,. Indubitably show signs of soil and fadiag. slderabty'not seem,' and so forlorn here the and ancorlFd bedraggled tip <**1 M

and misinformation that has been rife tor" a consideration the. various modes In + : Si3r But the hats wherewith one faced, tbe theat

those many weeks and that is. that velvets : which these present themselves. There ;FtC/S'JJ jsei. 'nSa

t ri
3ti So4. :i L. Qlri knotting OB half ia Ita of
9 'sc way length a
and to a still greater extent vel i are long-coeted'suits, there are short- the summer resorts are by this time flue IT
of another
4 color. For along
veteens are to resume the triumphant coated suits and therp are bolerocoatedsalts Y'w[ + p.?i' >: v.?. \ r"icf'Pya. v4 Ji welraih hopeless. It seems almost useless example
>: plume In black bas flues of t
career that was Interrupted only by the that are Intended for house rather .' to purchase headgear Just now that COShe'
+P$ JJ brilliant royal ,blue knotted on pI"blgg
arrival of warm weather. than for street wear. It seems to be en- : + U;. ... roar :;Lx krL'.T. win have to be abandoned a few weeks
< w".f; show lavenders knott4
and lilacs
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'There Is little that Is new to record of tirely a matter of choice which mode one r rc "5 0 ? a Pyd '" f later on. Added to which the coming mu
zn through, and white plane are mated
4 y the velvets themselves. Chiffon velvet exerts follows; each and all are equally stylish. ; styles In millinery are totally different with almost color 1'
the card
Its charm on the counters In all of Some very smart models display suggestions >sF from what has reigned hitherto. every oa conna
Pipings bid f
are snaking a strong ffavor
{ the novel shades and finds Its beauties tbat are plainly and evidently Tbe shops are still holding high carnival ,
and uf
one sees them ia all sorts
ranch enhanced therein. The silvery copied from the book -of the ecclesiasticaltailor. In the reduced goods departments.
new aDd attractive connections. WtV it que
"bloom," to can It that for want of a Chasubles, stoles crossed bands, An of the lightweight woolen suits that lle
te hardly a piping la ODe sense of rte
better and more descriptive term which etc, are many and numerous, and they helped oat: summer stock ant"efr..re4 ata
word very effective work Is being doe C
k so characteristic of the weave Is seen are manipulated In countless different but fraction of their original prices and
with thick and heavy cable cords ('0"
to Its uttermost advantages In all of those telling ways. a purchase In this line Is a Cood'olle tra
red with silk. The covering Is art
soft halftlnts that Dame Fashion favors One sees the chasuble extended Into a just DOW thlOH
birred or wrinkled on as heretofore: It
M much on the new color card. r-aco coat; one sees tt just about as The spring season's street costume can
He quite smooth and flat, and the cord
There are deep and dense grays. Not I often posed over the shoulders of a garment be wonderfully helped out In the wearing to
Is as thick as one's thumb In its
f the taupe and icier tints of yesteryear whose hem reaches wei.'to the knee of some one or another of the new fads smaller' presentations twisted into aU ,

but those of the fume or smoke per- line or a trifle below It, and one sees the in neckwear.. There are metal new alt
sorts of patterns and designs Watch
loasions. Both of tbe former mentioned ubiquitous Eton Jacket with this. smart shapes and sixes made up In embroidered loc
springs coils undulating ropes, ,
)roved far too trying for the average little addendum Its charms J FPi jrse-.t p." nets In point d'esprit la mallnett and
'3fi''' etc, are so fashioned, and very effective pr
rompleilon to carry to advantage and For gowns that grace the more formal sa?' : '.. :ra ,$ ?E la tnlllne. And, by the way this last- trimming they make at but small expenditure ace

while tbe smoke grays, and especially functions there ..'Dot a Jot or tittle that t '91. c aE mentioned deserves quite a paragraph all of time or money. _

!those tagged with the London prefix are would Indicate a waning vogue for velvet to Itself. It Is' a net rather than a tulle,
Striped sins, cut ,on tile bias and
lot much better, still tbe hint of yellow The most fascinating of the later modelsare and has Just about the sam body aa a wl
piped with a little featherbone cord! !.ro
that appears In those last wUl do much really three-pleee affairs. There Is fine Brussels net, so' that the title tul- an
I are being used to excellent results. T.
>x> relieve their dullness. some sort of an c:eD bodice or "jumper" W line Is apt to be a tide misleading. shse
forth eftb edge of a nan's foil t.
Steel blues are shown In three gradations effect sleeveless, or at the most with E 7 b a' @ s Added to this extra body, there la a I peep <
border strappings, to edge pleats, trigcollars \;
of tint and combined with far-a' trimming some sort of a little sleeve cap that shall waterproof guarantee that make It* price ro!
i. : and cuffs, strap waistcoats, etc,
that Is la vast vogue abroad al- keep the effect of a velvet gown In view seem unusually low and Its term of service .
of their mission and when _ ___ are some
ready-they are bound to prove becoming to be worn over a separate blouse of the a long one. color contrast is cleverly selected titeaa : (k
s to blonde and brunette alike. Much will most extravagant description. All sorts The liking for ribbon a* a costume elaborate air ,
eau be achieved OB sslfflole
depend upon the trimming color of those of sheer laces hand-embroidered chiffons, r'YV liLS k trimming or accessory is son rampant frock with such assistance. ClRt

seemingly delicate shades, and those with the softest of liberties and such are In wsqtrti: The rogue of velvet ribbon Increases
The wherewithal that shall rarer
the lighter of the crashed fruit coloring vogue for such porpoaes and the contrastof rather than otherwise, and there Is no to bound ODe ceM
the to
arms be a vexed question
are sure of an enthusiastic acceptance in such sheer 1abrlC!. bordered by tbe velvet t doubt but that It will reign supreme as
r: wia In the determining of the lines of costume twtbf
the chiffon and silk weaves whine the bodice Is a'most attractive one. a garniture for winter: and party frocks. this coming season. The dressmakers

new velveteens show the dark tones to Skirts to such gowns are plain often- Graduated rows are weB liked; knotted In Paris are' sleereleas .
perfection. These latter are showing times severely so, but they make, up In strappings of It seem to support the
dresses. There :
? some really! marvelous examples of the soft fulness whatever they may lack In three or four flounces that decorate fussy are some tbat dc
a half sleeve, and there are models oa
dyer's art In the rich deep shade tbat tbe way of fnsslness. Setting snugly frocks; Innumerable loops are used as
k view la which the sleeve Is carried m is 1rW
Paris pronounces correct this season; tdd I over the hips, they fall In rippling foldsto is shoulder knots to' support the collar of
p wRC' exaggerated fashion down In miu::!e
5. to the beauty of the tone and texture the 1 the feet, some alight stiffening of haircloth the sbeer waist and to catch the elbow tr
; shape over the band, the thumb beta:
fact that the Colorado not crock or rub being nnrin to the hem as an assistance sleeve just above.or below the point of d1

off, and one readily understands the popalarlty I to the soft fabric. The skirt that tbe elbow as may seem -jost desirable. slipped through a little loop proTiM,
does not at least eight yard at for Just this purpose And between tae
accorded the velveteens by the measure .Braids are on the counters la n most
the edge cannot hope to pass muster with I last and the sleeveless mode one CaD ut
model makers.. bewildering variety. There are some ex-
the Parisian creations and when one considers i any choice.It o
The aubergine colorings-they ar* exactly the fact that some semblance of a .dPVAUcr Af1P1S1'1QQ :L THE C LtP lt9 or :rUE ceediogry smart patterns la plaids, anywhere would look B.S though the sleeve:?*! go

what one sees on the outside of an train Is Included It will readily be seen Iff Y2LYETEEn".E'f..Ql.12.E NQJ2l!; from two to a doseD Inches la mode were to have quite a run, If ODe :a tI

uncooked eggplant-are still In highest tact even a greater width will prove none width and matched sets In' those appear Is tt
kifo to Judge from tbe made
favor and there are few that take even too much. on tallormadea la broadcloth, serge mannish preparations
high-class houses to meet Its reqcirements. -
goods and eve up *n velveteens lath
Lingerie sleeves, lace sleeves! cot a.h
sober and more staple colorings.
celntare, wen boned of soft satin to rose of the lace being centered with a Handsome cord pendants are posed oa even fusslfled chiffon sleeves, are alreiJr:
that I
I lAce braids It oftentimes bard
Description of Illustrations. match In tint. The velvet Is In one of rosette of velvet, bavin a strass bvttoa each"corner the front cut away to display on view to favored customers. It Is to M bt
to consider as belonging to the braid department
those crushed-fruit colorings that take on to hold the pleatlngs. The sleeve Is short lathe. embroidered ,silk vest, and the at all are to, be used la noted la this connection that 1tiC: bI
. Gffeet.t h1D4- with at the the dead red tones, and a braid that takes and puffy, the celntnre plain and well waist line Is lifted a trie to give that articles ar all of French make; tat
The aa. overlapping pleats and delicate colorings. Quite a fad It 1sit
i back placket. Entirely guiltless of trim la those tints, relieved with ranch silver boned with a marked dip In the front, spring which makes for such style la the those upon a velvet band of not a stitch of machine work enters let'*

the and gold bullion threads, makes for trimming and velvet-covered buttons make for a later modes. The sleeve Is full and puffed, pose contrasting their, making and that there I I. ssax 1
Velvets and their dose ming. the skirt
congeners, depends upon a perfect color. For
.;t eat effect The short sleeve of the good trimming effect The skirt la of a gathered Into a flat band of the trimming example, a gown of rather a scant puff at tile top and s
and of
velveteens, resume the triumphant'run., a still more perfect fit for all oyster-white broadcloth Is trimmed
bolero la deeply pleated In tbe front gracefully full circular cut a bias band, braid halfway above the wrist. The skirt with reasonably close fit from there to (*
that was interrupted only with tbe warm Its cachet Tbe hat proves that the fancy yellowish lace braid
a posed over daeat- f
this making for a smart fullness: haircloth lined serving la Hen eta beta shows a plain severity of cut. which the hand.
late arrivals In those for and Is still seam
weather. The the picture shapes styles nut-brown velvet, this combination E
: while the lace sleeve appears for a short and two Tucks abov this are threaded veil-draped fulness does much to dispel of Where tile separate sleeve Is used (!lore
favored from Paris 'present ma.ny1I0TeI that make It*
goods regnant.the many plumes and whlt'-
distance below. Tbe'aUrt Is managed with a heavy , features, the most striking of which'la garniture being somewhat Irregularly disposed -
,- with a gored cutting a deep fold beaded featherboned cording: Is run to malntala eouple of Inches and the back: lengthening And ca passant' there was Import some other shoulder elaboration IB '-e

} the prevalence of the very long akin at-the left side.Cblffo with tacks, being disposed se as to give some semblance stability In the skirt Itself into a train that reposes for a edIth this model a chapeao la oyster dress so that the mandate of r<: :*

with a generous train at the 'back Jo": Velvets Reappear. the effect of a double skirt, and 'a similar around the foot. half yard or DON on the carpet. white felt with beaver for trimming, I shoulders small waist and slender tJ*
the attractive style Illustrated the etas- and the cachet that It .. J
needed ;
fold appean oa the slightly. stiffened Collarless Coat and Short Sleeve was added to not Interfered with. The sleeve'
obi effect ia latrodoeed on the coat this Those sheer and.shlmmery chiffon velvets Renal In the long paradise plume that waved little f*:JODe"s ]
equally effective oa both tall and are sure of maintaining the coo- hem. Bird-Catching Industry. style does cut more .
'i proving from the cache-pelgn'at the aid the shoulder breadth: eni'... 1 1f'
The la In one of the tun ere's favor tor1 aa Indefinite Modish Ostame de For the of when tbs natural
short figures. gown period. : days early autumn Aa Industry of, Faro Islander to bird- being brown at the end, shading throughthe be taken to broaden It 1

reddish-brown shades, that are promised Firstly because they display:their costliness clever adaptation of the bolero serves winds blow chill there la a strong dealt catching. Among the various specks orange tlDtaand.. showing whit at especial pains the natural balance cffigure tai

such a vogue once the cold! weather arrives la each sad every line and fold; to add much to the charm of this chiffon to get out the heavier possessions la tb* which make the Isles a '.f birds the tip. oat. and seems so a trifle askew.

while braid aad'the handsome 'and, 'secondly: because they show to wardrobe, and to add some little furl country -
," the \ up velvet gown, la which a silvery ton. of even the following may be specially mentioned: The'Trench models Intended for winter Cellars are mach higher In the re that mark the chasuble the uttermost advantage each little at- or furry accessories to the toilette. Tb -
cord ornaments novel mixed to ?
of tbose -
bluish PQ'-oDe The guillemot, the ask, the puffin and wear are some of.them bizarre to aa ex' arrival, and there Is a tendency
'comers are In black. The braid presents tempt at trimming or elaboration that and half tints-la exploited. As canal flat and collarless neck of the asthma tb* klttlwak During the treme. TIle sweep of the aacvrled ostrich them firmly nder tile ears at tbe l>*<*

a wavy weave that lights wp well giving may be---- lavished upon them. Work lanot. there la a blocs worn beneath this time style leads Itself well to snob suggestions, of the greater pan plume to hardly a becoming ewe. aDd with still another rod Inserted '.

"'9 almost a saolred appearance '. '. eeat:to .lost whea.potion: chiffon velvets ai of Mech&a lace and bluish shade of chiffon and where fur Is hardly required those oa reamer and around they appear the In such numbers aad t'je tendency (to. pose a lot of trimming each side between these two rol">*

t' closely fitted undetteata, the modish 1t Is oa come other materials that claimto the lace making the round yoke and smart boas of tallln or of mallnette will Is "fowling cntrl"that'lt upon Its qnlll hardly adds say grace When it te considered tbat cpoo '"I

ahort-walsted effect being plainly marked.. bold fashionable favor The charm- the chiffon the rest of tile smart little be welcome. A very graceful: effect 1* thick -snowstorm literally of as If one were In a to the situation. Added to which ta* shape sis and set of the collar.0 cbspeta ot(SS
: sod ripple pleats "Introduced tat the lug gown pictured, the creation' of a garment The bolero la so cut u to display given to a long coat of rather sever cat The 'pumu la living the most winged Importantbird creatures brims style are One manipulated large steepie after--zuwued the queerest affair depenos-tbe both be nnpteasaatiy face and affected by t"J: 1

';;;. aide-back scams with excellent effect Parisian artist makes use.of the pma- to advantage the yok part of real la the use of a chasnble. of ecclesiastical In the Islands and about 100,000 are from Georgette'aaa a tremadonly bag boned or fitting collar-It seem odd

k The skirt la*of the extremely full circular lent crate for the bolero, and the lace lace. and heavy Italian crochet la seed cut and suggestion, that bangs loosely almost aught aaavalry. 'Tweaty-foor of these aBcnrted plain la -alt*,. There are noU the sense dressmaker pals 10 Utoc&otloll.

: variety: fitting closely- around. the blouse SA conjunction.a=:J adds to;.this a to border the fittto Jacket effect cadi to, the waist, line' back' and front bUJ yielded one Bound at. featbera. ;. bow Qt black velvet ribbons, heckled to this Important point

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ready for immediate i :... t.. ,

service 'and tailored Inspector-General, of the Much Interest Manifested inComing ; ':-. t ;;;..

skill of Stein- Upon Every I : : !1joo: 'hI"
with, the Debate .. ,
Army Was Here Estimating on i =:==---'-----------"---- I : If '

Bloch's best workmen. ; hi
Bottle -
We have searched the : Damage to Drainage. '

market high and low ad wrapper 6f the genuine Dr Bell's Ptae- Kitchen Restaurant with.weR't.bi obtainableat i 'j I .
the.Post. "w-Honey H prltedhe: above destea. Iti e Kandy opens to-day, ig ) :

and these are the best both fade-mark guarantee war- Governor Napoleon ''B. Brcward i
-int that the medicine contained in the botJe -
that will cure coatfis. colds and aOl Ion?. and lion. John S. Beard will discuss this season in Pensacola. It will be our aim toconduct_ : a". first-class restaurant !
< can buy. al :
money: :1
tiroat and vOcal trouble moro quickly.nd
Colonel S. C. Mills quartermaster the drainage question in this ,, .
cZoctaaLj than snj other remedy. city on
High grade woolen f and whenever it is possible to obtain seasonable fish meats ;
.general of the 'army.who., visited the the night of October l&tb and the game, oysters, i ; ;!

fabrics, skilfully and '!ocal fortifications to estimate the Dr. Bell's event will prove an interesting one,
I etc., we will have them. Everything will be absolutely neat and clean. ;
honestlywroughtwith damage by the.'recent hurricane, has says the Jacksonville Metropsl l :_

a fit and style that departed'for other forts on similar PINETARHONEY For several weaks past Governor i The Kitchen has been improved and we will;keep the best of everything. .,. ;TI : .
duty visfling Mobile and then New Broward has been making an aggres- ;
sometimes makes
wonder how it's done.us. Orleans. ,He 13:joow, Ixi.the latter city sive campaign in behalf of drainage i All kinds,of-Hot drinks at all ours. Short orders a spe ialtx., Drop in and try i _

and of aim the. Picayune of yesterday. and he has repeatedly issue challenges .

Stein-Bloch Overcoatsand contained, the following: for opposition speakers to meet f our service and if it is not what we claim, we certainly cant* afford to enjoy a i ;> '

I Ij Cravanettes that : "Colonel S., C,, Mills, U.s.A... Inspector i* old by all druggists, 25c, BOe. and him, and on a few occasIons eloquent : .
j General :of the Atlantic Division t*> per bottle. Maaolactared byDE speakers have discussed with him in : continuance of your patronage. : :j .

will, please you,. at with headquarters: 'at, Governors : E. E. SUTHERLAND MEDICINE'CO. public ,this proposition, which is now q i.

moderate. prices. Island New York; Harbor, Is making PADTTCAX. xzTUcZv.: exciting\ so much interest all over the i p _<)I' 'Vi'. .

&.tout of, inspection of 'the. S9uthernmilitary '"_ v __ state. ......t.0"i.................0..0.....t;,.... ''' !'.',_" ,,,...I I .t. $" ... .
posts to ascertain what damage = t
Jacksonville people have heard '
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was done 'bi.the'lafe storm. Colonel debate on the ,question but the comIng -1-i
Mills :"has1"visited :Pensacola and ,of Governor Broward and Mr. 1i i

I Mobile and thIs morning he will go GULF CITY COFFEE C'O,.. Beard win give the voters an opportunity PENROSE: FOUND ..oj.
CTANDARDriOTHINGfO.JTHIESEN down'o Fort St..Philip.: While In Mobile '
to learn important: facts regarding THERE'S AN AIRbF
he was informed, that Fort St. H. P. CHIPMAN Manager. ;t
wSCARRITT '" the matter.An ,(
Philip hid gBflooded.and: goes Roaster Blenders and Shippers Able Exponent

thereto ascertain'the exact condition 'Mr., Beard is recognized the about our garment
as .
though he knows. -that. the- .damage was Fine CoffeesOUR most able exponent of the anti-dra'n .... I j \ that, makes them notably l1.

MORENO not"great..: :', ; COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL age forces In the state, and he Is'an. OF THE DUNWODY FLEET different from ,
: ; "Colone1Mjlls.. ,.: says. that a grea
I; GROCERSGIVE THEM A TRIAL. orator of striking personality, who the. generality of
SAFES.OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. : deal of damage''was done at Fort Mc- makes a deep impression. The coming FOUND ON THE BEACH .1.

Agent for Dlebotd Canton Safe Ohio.and'' Lock. '.'Co... ;'' Rae,: P n acola.! AH the buildings et debate will be heard by a large CLAPP'S WOODS. .clothes. Charge that j 1
the port' w ere washed away and only NEAR up to 'our ability and
Office and.Salesrool1'1o2O. E. Gov. .StSOMETHNG crowd, and-the state Democratic cam tt ,
1 the batteries' and :water tank remained GETTING RID OF paign committee it is' said, will have skill along tailoring i.-.

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! unhurt. But the damage' Is not -
charge of the meeting. lines. 1
) 'N tW'1Ecldfilled costly, as Fort McRae' is a small post. Governor Broward was in the citya The revenue cutter Penrose under I ,
At Fort Morgan, in :Mobile Harbor THE'"ITE FLYPROF. short time on Sunday, an;! Informed command of' Li ut. Bryans, yesterday]I Probably the fact :;

( Beanlj Pins, 25 anJSOc per pal Colonel Mills found that the buildings a Metropolis reporter I that he and found one of the lighters of the Dun-{, that we conscientiously ;

w. A. Gahlcnbeek1 2U S. Palafoi SL and other property suffered a damageof Mr. Beard would have a discuss: wody fleet, for which the owners Ladbeen : hold the tailoring '
about $100,000. Estimates of the searching.The .
In '''Ocala on October 17, and that ht -
LAKE CITY, profession at its highest -
ROLFS, OF found thebay
exact damage at all the fortification bad been urged to speak, in Jacksonville lighter ,was' across
will be made by officers of tb .Quar near Clapp's woods and while standard is responsible .
COTTRELL GIVES on the following night Short Talks
on TailoringJUST
PHOTOGRAPHS. termaster's Department Signal Corps: would be glad to come here and discuss ashore, .can be saved at probably less 'for our capacity 'It '
FINE and Corps of Engineers." ON SUBJECT.The expense than some of those washedup to I
Pensacola. Fla. drainage with him. the BECAUSE your vest Is usual produce gar-
on the beach In' city.
- Mr. Beard Accepts. The cutter'was out on a trip of J* ly covered is no sign you don't want dents of quali'y. ,

NEW: CONTRACTOR In some The Metropolis believing that ths spcction along the beach wth) :iuptHutchins It right when exposed. Our carefully selected It
trouble experienced of this city and county desired t
people The great difficulty Is right hereIf ,
TURTON & BELLHIOTOGRPHLRS of the lifesaving service, 4 !
SINCE 11&Kodak portions of the State with the white to hear these two distinguished when the lighter was found. It will the button stands away it may assortment of .. i

< Supplies. Flmshlnj l tar Am linn. FILES IllS BONDJ. fly is attracting considerable attentionand Democrats, telegraphed Mr.: Beard of i be reported to the owners.DPUTY be from too large a breast measure Woolens has something ,. ; l: ,

115, amiep Is calling forth special efforts to Governor Broward's' desire and this but more likely is from too small to do with It. c f ;
' ban- morning the following answer was: 'waist measure.It .{ "
check the of the pest. Best of best '
Darrowrlde. progress weaves :

Ind ... R. K. WHITE Jessie and GradualCtlclaa.30 A. DAW WILL COMMENCE THE A'valuable contribution on this subject "The received Metropolis: Jacksonville Fla. FRANK OR ings.may. come from stretched open- makers are at our H t

"\ back Wak! Manufactaring from the of Prof. P. H. '1 will be glad to meet Governor:
S. Paialox Street. Peiuacola.: Fia. comes pen If the vest Is Improperly balancedthis command-and yours. j,I'
orld *s REMOVAL AND DISPOSAL OF Rolfs director of the Government Experiment Broward in joint debate In Jacksonville CAPT. FONDEBILLA fault may appear and still the .1. .
a B11t'bape 18th of this month:
on the vest feel uncomfortable.There .
MORNING. Station at Lake City. In a
c. Tersely Told letter to Vice-President J. E. Ingra- "JOHN: S. BEARD Is a way to have it rightThat's SUITSTailored ?:I t ,
in *
This debate should be handled OUR way. .

'D1S14. I I ham, of St. Augustine Prof. Rolfs way that will prove a pleasant harmonious MAY BE CHOICE OF MAYOR FOR ..Seen booklet "Short Talks on Tailoring to Taste, :: : ,
,.o mate Replies to the following want ads J. A. Daw the successful bidder recently says: affair. The. campaign committee .. ?" A campaign against mediocre .

t at alltoo are &t this omce to be called for":: for removing and disposing of "The mature Insect which we knoas of the state executive Democratic CITY MARSHAL, TO JUDGE tailing. Get one. $20 to $50 :; ":

pop. "X" "W. B. W., "Reference, the garbage of the city filed his bond periodically committee should have exclu SENT 1 '
the white fly LETTER TO
appears FROM
: eon' R.CW
US "S. -
"Farm, "Woodsman Filer yesterday afternoon with the city sive charge of all the deta'ls and the -- i i
-a kind.od ." BCV and is less annoying The .
(( "R. I. IV "N. P., A. clerk this will more or should be. parti U
. :otip ". and morning. he commence larvae of this' insect is what do the man to preside non PATROLMEN.To ;1 I t.
"Home-maker. the work, placing a number o f Both drainage 'and an -drainage -

;led.does& Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Marques. Jr.. are teams and men about the city, and actual find'these damage located to the'plant.on the underside.: You wil: san.champions should have. equal representation DRICKETI, PERSON 6 GARDNER i i l t

I In tile the parents of a fine boy, who arrived hopes to give satisfaction. the leaves of the kumquat.tree and on on the stage and no discrimination judge from a letter sent by the 1 TAILORS UF0r Mea Who Csr \ f

:th of ample. at their home yesterday.The The city has been worried for the underside of the leaves of the should be shown.. The mayor to the police officers employedby Jt

W. months past with garbage contracts ; debate will take place at .the opera: the city, it Is possible that the .
a many friends of Hon. Chas. other trees: attacked. To kill adult insects FRANK B. GARDNER. Manager. Brent Building. t '
several' contractors to brass band should be marshal will fall
falling of
carryout house. and a mantle city upon
> of a I Coston will be pleased to learn tha or white fly as we know: them. L
the work as demanded Tw con secured The V-ate committee has: eithe Deputy Marshal Frank or Captain .
11: pale and ) -I rm
he has returned to the city.. is Is a very little advantage since nearlyall .
tracts were surrendered and the little cnney in this cam Foniebilla. Both have seen long '
knottedmated: spent very
health. laid their
much Improved In the females will have
. city carts have. been removing. the before they be ,killed paign, and it can: certainly afford to service in the police department as ; :
of can
M., Mayor Bliss yesterday received a garbage for weeks. quota eggs appropriate enough to make this: officers., :

bid for&orh contribution of $250 from Robt. C. The officials however are in hope and the matter as to whether theemail meeting a grand success. : .It Is understood that last night the f? m DRINK '
which day or 1
moths fly a
of DavIs. or Clinton. S. C.. with the re that Capt. Daw will, render bette: The .drainage proposition is not i a mayor'sent a communication to the : BOTTLED ; -

IVblleitof l quest .that It be made use of In relieving service especially as he has had ex two longer Is of no serious Import tree factional one. The proposed consti, patrolmen-and mounted officers asking rI 1filr.1 ; fO
ance. In spraying your kumquat "' i.. h
the the storm sufferers. perience In the business.ANTISKEET tutional amendment :was created bya ,them to express themselves as to "" "
be sure to have your garaner to direct ; 'I
!ig dOlled C. F. Steward one of The.Journal' the spray so as to cover the undersideof Democratic state legislature and is whether they desired either the ... .; '
4 coyLy representatives will leave FOR sta.teand not a local Issue.: deputy marshal or captain or some of !,
traveling leaves much as possible a 1.1.I '
the as '
not this morning for Florala Andalusia ARMY IN CUBA Larvae of the white fly almost never While Jacksonville Is the home ol the applicants-. outside the departmentas OJ Q; 0 @sIL p. .:.!!

,fore: Its Graceville and points In that section occur on the upper side of'the leaves Governor Broward a warm and hearty chief. It is said that all of the 't' I r.Q .

.:s cord- several weeks.W awaits Mr. ,Beard, who has: : nen signified a desire to have one of M .. -;
, to be absent for By Associated Press. I suppose that your citrus, trees are welcome .' "
In Ita besides hundreds: the present officers appointed.Aa -
here M
Into allWatch 1 : B Barton. of Norfolk. an admiralty Washington, Oct 10.-!Brfgad'er more or less valuable to you;from -an many friends supporters of the %$ \U ;
ornamental standpoint. It, is entirely of enthusiastic .U : ,
attorney. Is In the city and wll General G. F. Elliott commanding A Avartclo Wommau
locate Pensacola and in the the possible to spray these and to keep I pause= ,he espouses. cI: 0 cI: Before that >" :'
la tttl'eSoelfectlTe In engage marine corps has begun a vigor A woman who carried love of money o. : drinking see you -
of his profession. He wa The white fly reduced to almost harmless ;: :
practice ous campaign to protect his men in Snow In Virginia.Roanokel to an Incredible extreme was Lady '

lall es.ill accompanied by his wife and son. Cuba from yellow fever. Ten bar: quantity. The spray must how ; Va., Oct 10.-The first Margaret Jardme sister of the first o "'t 0 get the GENUINE. A word .', \ : '
ever, be directed to the underside of::
The night school of tfie Y. M. C. A.. rels of oil of citronelle has been or snow storm of the season occurred Duke of Queensbnry. Although her
aDdcordlllZ. dered to.be sent to Cuba Immediately the leaves. to-day. Margaret "a to the wise is sufficient. :< {
will bold Its second session to-nigh "Tne Question ,of the private hedge here husband was a rich man Lady o 0 i
end all those 'who desire to ente: and every marine on guard 4uty wil and umbrella trees also the chinaberry would ,actually'C ry foot passengers "
t* To 10't' should be on,hand or else notify the be supplied with! a bottle of'this oi trees is one that Is giving us across the little river Annan .
fold to be used in protecting himsel: HIS HAIR BACK, Works :
that their be en Bottling
trim secretary names may against mosquito bites. All the marines very considerable concern. It is' almost for a halfpenny, and whenever thert Hygeia .

[s. etc. rolled. in Cuba are supplied with mosquito impossible to treat these sue Was Perfectly Bald When He Started was a' fair"or market day she would .

beD the Manager Ralph Bonifay and Capl. nettings for their beds and cessfully by our; present, method and To Use Newbro's Herpicide. sit on the banks of the stream all daylong 124 E. Chase Street. Phone 587. :'. i

,41 quIte George Bonifay, of the Elks Basebal head netting is also available for their they are constantly proving to be centers waiting:for customers. She usually ___ n ____. ---, V f
iI oo a Club yesterday received a letter from of, infection for the surrounding Frederick Manuel Maryland block wore rags to save her clothes but
use. neighborhood.. Chlnaberry trees that bought a bottle otNewbro's need have no terrors for you i iif
Russet L Rawls of the Century club Water filters of the most improved Butte :Montana on the rare occasions when she visited

::1 I toreroestloo cancelling the garnes to have been type have also been lent to Cuba. had no white flies on them at all in Herpicide' April 6, '99. and anywhere she packed up a few decent WA'SH DAY you send your washing to ,
February are now loaded with the ; entire baldness. '
Played there this week between th. so began to use It for which she slipped on before
of eo.. two teams. insects that .myriads are swarming The hair follicles: in his scalp were garments them The New Method Laundry, .
dressLlsere.- LOOSE TEETH. away from them. .1 found one umbrei not dead and in 20() days.he had hair entering the house, exchanging PHONE 1188 E. W. LAWRENCE. Prop. Nsa Method Laundrj 811t). W. .11f.* $T ,
The fishing schooner Clara M. Lit. la tree fn Lake City that was entirely allover his head. On July 2, he for her dirty ones when leaving.London AGENTS WANTED. --T
tlefield!! of the fishing fleet of Saunders
display & Co.. arrived In port yesterday Made Sound by Heating Grape-Nuts. free from white flies in February, bu writes "and to-day my hair Is as Queen.____ -- {t
lels on : contained millions before could I
ov.er..twenty thick and luxuriant as any one .
with a catch of, 500 snappers. She food nourishes 'every part The PoInt 01 View.Zangwill <-
d I la an !IProper : the end of July. Newbro's Herptcide works oran
nltalnapeinz *as Iced .and fitted out for another of the body, because Nature sleet "We are now' working at New wish.old principle and with a new din- the noted writer, had an and Ice for Sale Winter and Summer. .

) ; trip back to the fishing grounds Immediately the different materials from' the food Smyrna where the Insect has' appeared covery-destroy the cause and j-ou experience which convinced him that Coal

tided we eat to build bone, nerve brain, in considerable number, with a remove effect. Herpicide destroys In deciding what.constitutes real greatness before orders. We 1.li
the placing
Get prices
'eD Ibis T enty-one cases were docketed for muscle .teeth, etc. view of suppressing it as much as pos that causes dandruff, fall a good deal depends upon the our your
AD-take trial yesterday In the'municipal court. All we need is to eat the right elble. I hope you will do all in your ing hair germ and finally baldness so thai point of view. At a political meeting I sell Jellico, Galloway and Alabama best lump coal .; ,tI

Of this number four defendants wer kind of food slowly, chewing it well power to help us in our efforts there. with the cause gone the effect cannolremain. be fell Into conversation with a man]i We still maintain our up-to-date ice delivery < -:,

.'trelesa liven ten-day jail sentences. one -our digestive 'organs take it up into If we can get the people to remove all Stops falling hair at once who knew all the speakers and pointed!
one 1 II.lade tSirty! discharged. one blood it all plants which to infestation Our price for ice on platform at factory is t
days one the blood and the carries are subject and new: growth starts. For sale them out as they sat on the platform I system. :,

. laequlr turned over to the county authorities wrought the body, to every little if will immeasurably reduce the by W.a A. DAlemberte, druggist andapothecary There" he said,."sits Senator Lodge." 25 cents per hundred pounds or over. Phone 232. : i :
and fines amounting to $48 Imposed. nook and corner. danger of carrying them southward In or send 10c In stamps for "What!* exclaimed Mr. ZangwIlL "Do: '1 i
8. andilready df would ask you "Is the passen er' coaches. Quite a number Co. Detroit ,I The Moore Ice Company
Two favorites everywhere Blue RIbbon some one sample to The Herpicide you mean Henry Cabot Lodge the lit ,
Grape-Nuts good ,for loose teeth f'You'd of people have promised to remove !
:. to be Lemon and Vanilla. Absolutely probably say, "No I don't see the umbrella and other orna Mich. erary man-the great historian "Xo I Factory, Corner Garden and Manresa Streets, ; .
. mclithat pure, go twice as war and the "Blue in meats that harbor the insect sir-eer! replied the other with distinct .
, how it could be. But a .woman We are J P. O. Box 422. Phone 232 :-
; Ribbon Flavor" is perfection. Ask co-operating with Mr. Chilton and contempt That's Henry Cabot Lodge ,
:; Ontario writes:
Into to the 23c size. other people there to work United''States senator from the great I
"For the past two years I have up a sentiment I <
lasuan Food with most excellent to ke p down the Insect as state of Massachusetts." I
used -
and atotu Wanted. ,
Gentle pony or horse. 'Must IMSrt results. It seems to take the much as possible."Very WE GIVETO

<*P. Apply to M. &, O. Clothing place of medicine in many ways truly"P. H.yours. 17.e..r WbwAmay1eJs :
the said the boy'smother
restores "Now Tommy
builds the nerves and ,
or giving him final Instructions
ette health generally."A MEN I

10 tb* little Grape-Nuts taken _before To the Esage4 olrL., "you must remember how to behaveat 1ci Depressed : : .
roadhIp' CrueL and gives If asked to have
retiring soothes my nerves Start finding out the cost of food." the party. you're /
t A cashier In the financial district of sound sleep. (Because it relieves ir. yhe correct finish on their something and you want It you must ; '
Learn the cuts of the joints also when .
rele-* Yew York on being advised by his ritability the stomach nerves, be shirts collars and cuffs that the Tes, thank you.' and If you'don't = beadaebeI.'ba eseOf "Jaekot .
certain items of diet b'as fish. say tJ 10
su game a1fep well. & mo do
tramaDIHt PiyMclan not long
! to take a vacation ing a predigested food.l"Before etc., are in season. Then study cootm particular and well dressed want It you must say""Ton : &-- DeCeIIar111IOm8 d e tCJW tIt's -1'
Igo,wrote the agent of a South Amer I used Grape-Nuts my Then too, by needn't bother about that part
den! It l IC3 "As :I They Even though your lover's Income maybe men appreciate. the I' t.
n steampshlp line as follows: teeth were loose in the gums. handling these articles I of It, ma," Interrupted Tommy. Liver. .
tileft'f'D sufficient
if reliable careful
Ma thinking of taking a trip to South were ao bad I.was afraid they would tq provide a servant our _

to America please advise'me ImmedIate- some day all fall out, Since I have or servants, yon should nevertheless last longer. The MaeesE"The H.m.... Donl ton to get hxtey it yonr draggists a botUa of F. '

V 'Ith rates, accommodations used Grape-Nuts I have not been know thoroughly how everything: Is
> bonebark particulars: relative to maneuvering mamma" practically
with loose teeth.. should be cooked. Then, in the matter Steam ;
e and so on to and from bothered any more The Star- extinct The modern daughterhas HERBINE ;J'B
ted oa Ute by \''AU desire for'pastry has. disappeared of housework master all its details. Da:>> J
various ports usually visit*! an almost free band In managing .
polata.'D wnristg and,! have gained In health not Imagine that because you will not
at this season of the'e&ic Laundry transactions. The mere love wm aDd t tcfjgth.
the qniekjy the
' i I her love aury restore tin.-
and happiness since began have to clean silver and
ffteeptrooiBS. .
. The weight ,to Ic oh.
muchi answer special ddrwry disturbing a = organ
came by marriage which was so i.
camIdly to use Grape-Nuts. Name given by bunfeb.bnujou. need know nothing 11io. IIC'It' WGIIiIA atw U. JIzU bou1e
parked private and COUde5tLZ. Di$ St. Phone 114 the mother of even twenty
Mlrtu .Get Garden thought to
ftostum Co, BsUe Creek of ae-srwt On the contrary you 37 E. JO Cts AU.DBVCGXSTS.II ,
our steamers will Mil for Yifcannw Is veklom beard of In May-; .
Road to
that The -
d 1 ten the famous Sttfe book, gffcpAcfent, in every housewifely Pensacola, Fla. I years ago. -
tie &I., Wednesday: ; shortest ,an*':.Aulct- WelMUe," in :pkgs. "Jfcere's: a tr1Af.op on aw aot fit to be an en* fair In these altered circumstances. -

est way out of the coro L .,..... 't reason." Mayer of CMMrtfc I4bOLiiiiiiiiiiijll I 4js the London Graphic.

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HHf must,be some however because there'' ALL 'RASCALS, 'SAYS SHAW. -1\ If you think you need; "a toni ". ask'

has been contradictionof TOn 'coho Z. JOur doctor. If you think
% no published you
T ije 1enttoIa PENSACO'LA PHILOSOPHY.- It. If Tammany should withdraw B.w DrmwrtU Leetwl'fl L..Ioners- 1 V -.l C something for JOur blood,askYOtf

) journal its support from him the chances of. For Foolish Estra..ee."A doctor. If you think yw Vctiw

S By Sam. B. Russ. his election :would very much 1ess.! great proportion of the people In like' to try Ayer non.alcoholic i > I
% .. Mr. :Murphy siys';"Tammany isn't p society: are rascals-la fact we are all Sarsaparilla Sarsaparilla, ask your *

I-fl-f..m HH'iH fl lag to withdraw Its support but ecouldn't more or less rascals The dictum is w.pbusa th j : ?g
{( i I of .!.! OUP pr.pa.tio.* *
\ WEEKLY. SUNDAY. very :well admit it was goingto Bernard Shaw's the English Lcw,4.ai...
For the average man, too much try to defeat the. 'man it practically George uttered In _
: PUBLISHED: EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY I credit is worse than none at alL ', nominated. t I dramatist and critic. It was -==

The ,withdrawal of Mr. Murphy. the course of an address to well to,. do A. Story of Ole Bn
j ...BY... -.. Women have tact than men, I MONTE CRISTO CHATEAU
from hfs might not behalf of a cm-
tale of
support however, persons In.: London on A eoriotis Ole Boll |Is told
: THE JOORILCOMPANY. I simply conceal because they have more to I do him so much harm as some people sade against _the evils! of lead glazing 'ome Upon Which the Elder Damns a book on violins and n1olini &. h it

I think it would. Democrats are with- among the 'pottery I workers, says a Squandered a Fortune. seems that In 1831 being then twenty

Every wcman thinks that she could. holding their support from him be- ,London special cable dispatch to the At his architectural folly of Mon one years of age, the famous vioifcjst

FRANK 'L MAYES President an'. General Manager write a book, if she only.had more ink! cause they believe he is hand in glove the New York Sun. Cristo, near St. Germain-en-Layr. wandered to Paris. The cholera :
with the notwithstanding n-j.
; and fewer children. bosses I Mr. Shaw asked his bearers if they of raging and Malibran singing.
at of
fact that he professes to be, fightingthe which be built a cost upward Re we-t ViW
t MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PHESS. The man who thinks he understands : bosses. If he should break with cared whether the plates from which 700,000 francs and sold ,)r 20,000 to hear her and Ids landlord decamps

,.. women, simply fails to understand Mr. Murphy however he would afford they ate had given some poor wretch francs In ISIS, Dumas: .had UnInclosed with his possessions, including his vjo!

SUBUCRIPTION, RATES himself. : sufficient proof thaf he wasn't being paralysis from lead poisoning adding grounds and gardens rhich, with the lln. He was speedily reduced to ex.trem1ty. ofy.

1' One Tear .. .. ..........$5 00 One Month .. ,.. .. .., ... 45 dominated by Mr. Murphy or any sarcastically; house afforded,lodgings and entertainment During the last dinner ttat .
l'Lt. SJx: Months .. .. -. .. .. 2 50 One Wtee*.. .. .. .. .. .. 10 So many men marry the wrong other boss. If the people of New York "If you care, you are getting. not only to a host of bohemian he was able to pay for he made ft? y.P

T Twee Months. .. .. .. 1 25 Weekly: Edition.'per year,.8 (OJ woman that the world is, not awhile.at all get it firmly fixed in their minds that His faith In tbereal sympathy of his "spo ges," but .to all !the: dogs cats acquaintance of a remarkable man. To {
likely to be shy of misery yet .
he isn't boss-ridden thousands of evidently weak. He proceeded -
hearers was this Ole Bull
I and ,donkeys that chose to quarter stranger confided his IlJ&
The young author who boasts that Democrats and Republicans will vote to denounce the rascality of the themselves in the place. It was called cries. At the conclusion the stranra.eald g
le Only fM.acoffl From Ufcfcfi totalled for him who have intention now of said
Newspaper a no He :
employers Of Industry
he doesn't write for money, is mighty I by the neighbors "1& matson de Bon abruptly, "Well I will do & S brm
Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. apt to write home for It./all thj same. doing The so. ', "Even you good people who havewhat Dieu." There was a menagerie ii.tin thing for you It ion have courage aod-
betting be two or even
;;!tr } may call
.; -- you facetiously Independent by three Jugurtba, 5 francs. "I have both" said
r.i The difference between what a Bran three to one against Mr. Hearst now means less rascals. A: park, peopled apes; Bna. 1l
and but look out for changes. The. outcry are more or the vulture, whose transport from "Then go to Prascati's tonight at 10
; } thinks of his wife before marriage
a Ple:._. Editorial Boctaeu',Office ROM' 1500 38 I ,! ; I Papers on Sal* on Trains after is one of the things that nobody against predatory wealth and great deal of the means you enjoy those is Africa whence'Dumas fetched him. o'clock, pass through the first root' lS
r even
; J and at all News Stands. ever tells. trusts and the development in the life made in a rascally way hats cost 40,000 francs (it would be too go. Into the second where they plat Sfec

!' insurance investigations have 'produced which I see in so many beautiful long to tell why); a big parrot called rouge et noir, and when a new tame

*, '., Nothing is perfect in this world- a public sentiment that will be and costumes before me"Mr. Dnval; a macaw named Papa and another begins put your :5 francs on rouge ect
!}- Offices-:Journal Building-Corner lntendncla and Detuna Sts not even the happiness of children, satisfied only with a most radical ,Shaw forcibly painted the miseries christened Everard; Lucnlu! leave it there. Bull did U directed.and tb

?i '':'" since they can never realize their change in the administration of thestate's of the poor and scoffed at the life and when his 5 francs bad bc
t___ the golden pheasant; Cagftir! the gamecock me 400
affairs. Mr. Hearst promisesto throwing
they were :
happiness. he took them after
up an epkode
a' fowl
; peafowl and a guinea ;
FLORIDA THURSDAY bring about such a change if elect about !8OUO,000 $40,000,000)) via
\ 11. H ed. Expect surprises therefore InJ'ew away extravagances of sort, Mysonf IL. the Angora cat and the a :woman who attempted to take them. g
: early on Scotch Pritchard. Red continued to win, and had he da
York. when election pointer left
day comes.
which is so badly
: ; much of the money,
'i ;/ Mr. Taft's position seems to be a Election Senators itCUBA'S PREDICAMENT.' # home being spent abroad. This dog was a character. He wa: his money longer he would have
of wanted at ,
f' P:HH fond of canine society and used to an Independent sum The stranger
i: continual performance sitting onL ,, itHHMH fl & From this It was a natural transitionto f
I the Hi By Du-ectVote. SAID PENSACOLA' # a Pharisaic Ehawlsm: sit in the road looking out for other who was Preent! as his elbow, x-y

One of the most important conventions Secretary'Taft's promises to the Cu- & AND PENSACOLlAN8.H # '"I am now In a position to live the dogs to Invite them to keep him company Yldocq the French detective a1read, trw

4 t The sick man of Europe is having: of the current year will be held bans will worry the annexationists in # life of pleasure lived by the idle rich.I at Monte Cristo. He was taken a European celebrity.'s'urers :; .
I another spasm. Somebody must have congress later on.: -Chicago News. dHM ;H'" concomitantsfor by his master to Ham to visit Louis a'
at Des Moines la., on ecember 5, possess all the material

:I' presented a bill. for the purpose of discussing and taking Instead of going _down in history as Pensacola's S lrit. It, but I would Infinitely-rather Napoleon latter wished.when to a keep prisoner Pritchard there. The but The land Way In all cC.Turkey HaUIng and Revemve.her 4e- "

: 'I the father of his country, Senor Pal- The people of Florida and of the sweep a crossing. Thank heaven I
v affirmative action upon the pendencies belongs to the
question .
without the
Counted of
of the intelligence the reigning
stan !
: Governor Magoon. formerly
ma seems destined to be known as the entir country sympathize deeply with have strength of mind enough and sanIty SCi
Canal Zone hag been p moted. Irs of electing United States senators statesman with a well-developed case Pensacola and her sister city of the :; enough to despise the life which animal in asking Dumas before his and Is only occupied at his win. 5

iCzar Magoon of Cuba, now. by a direct vote of the people. of cold feet Washington Post. Gulf, Mobile, in the loss and suffering riches enable me to live. face to leave him b hlnd. The pointerset is divided among those who wish tt Cia'

The convention was originally called inflicted by the great storm by which His socialistic denunciations boxed up a howl so piteous that the governor cultivate it at a nominal rental of one.
( Mrs. Langtry is making another to meet on September 5, but was post- Cuba has the assurance of Mr. Taft they,were devasted last week. Mobile the compass.: He.dubbed politics of the prison withdrew the authorization fifth of the produce which goes directly a'C

I 1)farewell tour of the United States. poned on account of the political activity that It is to continue to be a republic suffered even more than Pensacola ty's most dangerous amusement,socia-I. ., he bad given his captive to to the crown. Three-fifths more w a't

It :will be Pattl's turn next. in many parts of the country at it hut knows it must how.be-doubtful.Philadelphia as to' LeUg whether nr. about sixty lives having been lost coming to the Chicago exposures, said retain him. Some of the dogs that taken from the lessee on other p!-
with an estimated property loss or Pritchard Invited in stayed altogether.Others texts all for the maintenance of
It curious to observe that not one tit
that was
time. At the convention it is '
Cotton went up on account of the five million dollars. Outside aid will I remained only for a meaL government the pasha in each
Naturally with shipload of Texas: note of concern was uttered in behalfof district! t
\ A whole lot of things the Intention to take the steps necessary be required there to meet the terrible One the .
t hurricane. mules landed In Cuba, stable conditions the poor wretches who tinned the day Michel gardener said having the authority to lease 0!*
conditions the storm.
went up during ,the hurricane. to the holding of a conventionfor in the Island may. soon be looked Pensacola, however produced, rises by In her own meat.. It was all for the consumer'and to his employer, "Doeamon.sieur[ know ground and collect the taxes, which:
the purpose of securing the desired for.-Houston Post. how dogs there are In his be kind ch
struck the low. strength and pluck, superior to the the beef Itself. He declared that these many property may In or money- If crop an
Fred Gebhardt has
I' \ constitutional amendments.The If the administration at Washingtonis disaster which the storm king has meat horrors may mean more than has r "No Michel I don't" "Well short, they take four-fifths of an the
: est notch of all-one of Our contemporaries New Orleans States comments there are thirteen." "An unlucky man has in animals and .
not thinking of annexing Cuba it wrought and announces her intentionto been su ested. What If the workmenIn even In household itI
refers to him as Cobhart extensively upon the matter and I should put a muzzle on Senator Bev- repair the damage and take care the packing houses purposely poisoned 'numb r. Take are that they don't all utensils sometimes all his IJO S&

t Illiterates are tickled nearly to among other things, has the followingto i eridge with whom it is supposed to of her own >sufferers without help the meat in an effort to, wreak j eat together for if they.did one wouldbe slons. to make up the deficiency wkfcb: )

; say: have Influence. He is declaring that from abroad.-Bartow' CourierInformant. vengeance on property owners for their sure to die In the year." "Oh, it's Providence has withheld. Everything -

ideath; over Mr. Roosevelt's adoption All of the will the end of the Cuban republic is in j neglect of, their brothers' .welfare? That not that that troubles me," pursued. that can produce, be It a tree, beast,

r of ,the new system of simplified spell-i ed at, the convention states by represented five commissions sight and that the Pearl of the Antilles Generously Bestowed. 1 was not Improbable. MicheL "What Is It, then?" "I'm fowl worm or the labor of a man ud IJ

I J!ng. i and up to the present time is to become the property of Uude The good citizens; of Pensacola When a' man thinks so much of till thinking that all these brutes are able his family.Is subject to the tonr&tSa
thirty-five states have named their Sam.-Buffalo Times.It even though every one of them suffered wrongs of society that he throws a to, devour In one day a whole ox, tar Those who toll at any laborer )
1 I Upton Sinclair is running for con-
commissioners, but no action has yet is agreeable to note that the busi- mor or less in the recent hurricane bomb: regardless of his own life, bit horns and alL" "You don't mean to trade otfler'than agriculture are taxed

I If successful another Jungle been taken by those states in the ness men of New York are pleased have responded' nobly for the Dust be In earnest Tbe features of tue say that they'd eat the horns?" "Oh. i also pro rata according to their wages .

t'gress.I story may be expected after his first east which are pretty well under the with the way in which the- Cuban aid 'of 'the destitute and needy in' that man who perpetrated the Madrid outrage If monsieur takes the matter as a : and must pay or go to prisox-Per-

i 'term. control of the plutocracy, such for situation has been handled. Secretary city.- They are- following the motto were not those of a vicious roan joke I have nothing more to say." I son's Weekly.

$ instance as New York, Massachusetts Taft's judicious management has that "charity begins at home." In In his Ignorant way be thought be waS "But I don't see any joke In it" )

A Chicago anarchist, recently died ,Pennsylvania and others. It is had a quieting effect in financial cir this case it is badly needed and gen doing something for his fellow men. "I "Well, then just let me lay the whipon How t. Rem T. a O1II'aJ Try It.
belIeved. however that all the states interests fully erousiy5besto'aed.MtamiJMetropois.True. .' twelve of them and the house will t
cles. With "
fhould like to added Mr. Shaw. tI
of cigarette smoking fact which Expose the corn and pass the finger
I with perhaps the exception of,five or protected and the CUban flag still flying be rid of them right away." '"Wait a tG
goes to show that everything' has. Its I six will be represented in the Des the outlook is altogether reassuring. Grit.; ;) '_bf, ;'". t "member* of society; as anxious' to bet bit MicheL You see that all these tips of your right hand over it slowly tI
ter the conditions of our proletariat.
uses, after all. Moines convention and the action of .-Baltimore News. Pensacola' showed true grit in the dogs In quartering themselves here and Cftmetatfy, at the same time sending
hour of,her misfortune, and in the S S a vibration from the brain to the
.. that body will result in a speedy
change of th manner of electing And another thing against it is that dark day .following it As though it THE DINING ROOM. pay a compliment to the house. Give corn. If it is a soft corn 413 vibration
,Senator Clark, is suffering from a them dinner tomorrow and
a grand at
memberi of the United States 'senate. If' we annex Cuba we: are bound,to were net enougbijfe have houses unroofed per second will suffice; If a bard cora .b
t- broken rib due to an automobile- have, sooner or ,later, Cuban Dames, 'ftIil: btdldluV.destroyed: by the It* Jt...,rem mt la Home Where N.IIdI the end of the dessert tell them to
Several times a bill proposing a con- I put on a forced draft Repeat Bh' lj, "
) Are Kent. :
: cident, in Italy., His pocket 115 still consltfftional amendment providing Sons or Daughters of the Cuban Rev hurricane winds aha"tie waves,. torrential clear out. If they dOn't'ao, show se I'I am 'now sending a current of f
i lution,:the Cuoan'League and a- whole tains feU'durtng the: flays, fol tin the many homes where no maids verity." Michel was withdrawing when
,Intact. however. for the election of senators by popular [ thought force Into my corn and so sep
,' vote has passed the house but it lot of other orders to hold conventionsand lowing" the great st rm. But Pensa are kept'the daily care of the dining Dumas relented. 'Holdr he cried. !
aradeductng., disintegrating. rendering
:., The Birmingham Age-Herald says was promptly killed in the senate dazzle us with badges and but cola does ..not.s em to have yielded to room may be said to begin on the previous "You see when the bon Dieu gives us splitting, sundering, splinter i(
tons and badges.-Newark News. despondency. She gave notice that riches, a fine house( and position be also
of senators I the
through the. evening. Philadelphia
: that "Penrose borrowed Bill Stone's she needed no help to provide for her says ing. snipping dwellicattng whittling "
; shoes." A bad case! of stepping whose seats had been secured for Cuba should be very thankful for 2,003 homeless- sufferers and Inquirer. Following the evening meal Imposes charges upon us. Since the dispersing dislocating eliding divorcing tS
I )' gum them by powerful special interests or the great and good friend whQ assistsin prompt measures! Jfere taken to lessen and dish washing the table sfcoald be dogs-which, after all, are his creatures pulverizing slashing, slicing and I
into dead men's
the of those too-are in the I
who had become servants house. prefer
getting: rid of an objectionable the misery 'prevailing. The Deep I: set for breakfast, then covered with a dissecting it that presently will pass
interests. that they stay. I don't believe that ,
Perhaps if this country like
president Water City Jacksonville will
Repeat It three times then
light cloth made of two breadths of away. ;
The irrepressible Poultney Bigetow- There is not the least to
reason It anyone was yet mined by what (
1 had an equally powerful friend rise more glorious than before the poor
with rising In1Ie t1on, "A vaunt, avaimt.avatmtr .
tag broken out again. The first doubt that the election of senatorsby would occasionally bounce a president. stroke which arrested her progress fine cheesecloth. This keeps off the brutes ate. However see that the !

: thing Poult.. knows he will be arraigned a direct vote of the people in the .-Charleston News and Courier.It and like. : this city, we ,hope and believe I. dust from fires or windows and is especially number of thirteen Is chanced." "Will "The! Finish oafreree by repeating is mine. the I am password it"Tbe -
several states will soon be providedfor :
again for lese majeste. will experince a great growth in necessary during the monthsIn monsieur let me turn one away and
by the adoption of an amendmentto is to be feared there was no movIng corn will at first look extremely
wealth and .population.JacksonTUloTimtsUnlon.
which fires abound. then there will be only twelve "No;
the Federal constitution. When picture machine- hand when surprised, then wilt and fade beautifully -
An English physician has discovered this is done the people will have the Gen. Pino Guerra tendered his swordto After straightening'chairs and draw encourage Ptltctard: to Invite another", from clgbt- R' w Thought

that everybody In Chicago is power to purge the senate of a considerable Gen. Funston. It was an unfortunate To the Front. Ing curtains the house mother need, which will bring them up to fourteen.

J crazy. There is certainly method in number of unscrupulousmen omission.-Cleveland Plain Dealer. Last Sunday's edition of The Pensa- not think of the room until a few moments ,, "But it.will then be a pack," "With FfbJnff In a Deer Key.

: )I the madness of the meat packers. who sit in that body and serve The Filipinos are reported to be cola Journal was a hummer. The before the morning meat Then all my heart and, provided' mad.".the dogs don'tQuarrel While fishing recently In tbe Lehfch
the public service corporations while people ot Pensacola have just reasonto : It to aired, the protecting cover removed go neverdid river near Whitehaven Pa. Patrick
afraid in Cuba will
the developments
bark and bite but
4 { The :fact that Walter Wellman refrained pretending to serve the people. Those affect their chances of securing self- be proud of The Journal and its and all is ready. Following lived in fraternal Tnlly, a Le&igh valley conductor,hook
kindness until
service Cristo
senators who engage in this efforts to bring Pensacola to the front I
not be breakfast the crumbs are brushed Up ed a catfish which he could not land
government They
from discovering the north done may very was sold. Dumas before he left It
claim as Senator Bailey has -Santa Rosa Stan got
far advanced in some directions. but the table covered with colored cloth says the New York Herald. He was
pole during the past summer is not the right to provide themselves with thirteen friends to take as many dogs
: the floor if bare wIth a dry I in despair when
it is apparent that the Filipinos are A Break In the Mdnotcny.x I wiped about to give up another
alarming. The pole will not run a competence against old age will be : and kept Pritchard who died tritb
pretty good, guessers.-Chlcago Rec cloth,the room dusted and the'shades! fisherman offered to wade the
retire and work for their Pensacola is being congratulated
to himofoldage.
compelled _
1- ord-Herald. drawn.Where the fish To his surprise
away. partly. stream and
corporation masters in the capacityof throughout the ountry for her deter-
mere private citizens. The sen- *f mination to take: ,care of her own.Such I I. there are children in the family the fisherman foundhla line catering -

: 4 According to the Tampa Tribune ate may not be rid of the presence s I- a break In the monotony is 'always it Is well to have a daily Inspectionof WATER SHOES., the bunghole of a bqer; kce.The .

Hughes and Hearst have decided to of all these men at one stroke for HEARST'S REMARKABLE ta grateful but:if our sister needs ,chairs. and door knobs. With the keg was dragged ashori aA foorf

.. accept As one of them will have to it is quite probable that such thorough NEW YORK CAMPAIGN. help she cannot. be humiliated by I I best of Intentions'on their part, little tfexlcaa Cornell; atndent's Devise. to contain a.,four pound wJ

(accept defeat it is just as well to rotten borough as RhodeIslandand '* taking pot-luck with the family-in hands may leave grease or stick on S For Afl1I.tle LacroHe Plareri. had grown to large to pass through

: for New Jersey will retain their Al- 1 Savannah News. time of trouble, :all Floridians are one or the other and such spots shouldbe 1. .A. Ostos, a Mexican student In the bungbole.TB .
be ready the worst.
drichs and Drydens for a time, but e one.-Jacksonville Times-Union. wiped off white fresh with- a clean Cornell university:; ,.walked on the water

Ii' they will be In such a trifling minority ;1rZ% -t. -$ damp cloth. Once a' week the room of Cayuga' lake the other afternoon KaJUvr Jew B.*f ft***
The New York Sun evidently has that they will not be able to In- Not So Bad. should receive thorough' cleaning. The an Ithaca special to the New Kai Wllhelm baa a new fad. It'J'
: ..:: ilL poor opinion of John Tempio fluence legislation or be of any valueto The whole country is watching the It makes; ye editor's heart sad to chairs sbeold be wiped and set outside, York Times He wore a of waUt collecting picture post aid t*
pair : cr
.\Graves' new paper-the Atlanta Geor the corporations that put them in remarkable campaign that Mr. Hearstis look at the pictures showing the devastation the rugs'rolled up and taken out to be shoes, which he lathe has thrown himself Into. characteristic -
recently designed
of in Pen-
the recent storm
This however will the senate. conducting in New York. If you beaten the sideboard and London Tlt-Kts.
gian. opinion, or shaken energy says
mechanical -
believe tha leading of that sacola. .The scenes of the wreckage department engineering.
i' find as few endorsers in the South -- -'.---'-- --.- -. .- state-practically all newspapers them except the ere all familiar -and we can realize other unmovable furniture covered with He shot about,over the waterIn 1 ETI ct In the world in which

)as the.Sun's. political views. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES.For Hearst papers-you are sure that Mr. the extent of the damage done but dust sheets. Open the windows then every direction with little apparent nl poseeeees official represe&U-
: Hearst will be overwhelmingly de knowing the people of the Deep Water with a cloth or ruffled bag fastened effort tlTe of any kinA whatever Is laid o>

The price of coal oil along the gulf Member of Congress 3rd Congres. feated. If you read what Mr. Hearst's Cily as we do, and.the pluck and energy -i over. the broom wipe down lightly the The shoes are 'constructed of t11a. !. t contribution. The kie cause

,boast has not been advanced notwlth sionai District friends have to say you have no doubt possessed by them we have not ; side walls and brush o? the backs of with four air chambers In each and lila secretary ,to write a picture p

":" j tandlns the fact that Mr. rtockefel- W1L B. LAMAR. 6f Jeffers n. that he will be elected py a great ma the least doubt that a greater and :i. pictures. Brush out window sills and a separate compartment for the foot. card to the omt selected, and ts
jorlty. In an Interview in Atlanta the more beautiful cftT'wnl soon appear Inside shuttyrs with a soft hair brush.If Inclosed In envelope or
five feet three Inches st Inor.
< \Ier' little monopoly lost a cargo of For Justices of the Supreme Court: other day Representative Griggs of upon the site of "Old Pensacola. the floor is carpeted sweep thorughly They fourteen are Inches wide ,and nearly long ten "Business cf state" This Is te:

-< : oil and an oil barge' in the hurricane. CHAS. B. PARKHILL of Escambia. this state, who is chairman of the Gainesville Sun.The ., ,'whisking out ccroeraEA&ftmDt Inches deep. Collapsible fans prevent by mail, and on reaching It destioa.

i';; 'However, it Isn't too late yet. JAMES' B. WHTTFIEUD.; of Leon. Democratic Congressional Committee, Band. Button In Ton-** them from slipping backward. Mr. tb often I the middle of the uljtt.
saidvjl was In New York a few days
observation and information It Is a most decided waste of time! to A pretty; way of sealing an engagement Ostos' purpose in making the shoes WM te ade f at once aroused froa
estimate Railroad Commissioner ago any my -
cotton For wfalrb
The :
.. original crop in regard to the political situation try to make thin hands plump for no has been invested by the Inhabitants to Introduce a new water game similar lubr t rte the dot
g. is now said to be too large. That is NEWTTON A.BUTOH. L vr. do of the east end of London merely conveys imperial 1
R. HUDSON BURR. of Dade. there indicates that Mr. Hearst is going amount of working'over them will : says to lacrosse. Other students are already t e
'more than can be said of the profits to win bya tremendous majority any good. Slender. hands are considered -j a cable; dispatch to the Chicago TrIb-- planning 'to get the new stilt and cominaods a reply by picture post

ru.* J jof the average speculator in the The people are aroused to the highest more beautiful anyhow provided une. Every man. Immediately he is en- sbO L en representing some local snbjecty
For State Senator 2nd District
: ,
t* .'l1eeeystaple.," that has the faculty JOHN S. BEARD. pitch of enthusiasm in his behalf. I the knuckles tire not too large, and no : gaged, is expected by his fiancee tt rn.

1\. of fleecing most of those who toy believe he will carry the state by a girl wants pudgy hands with fat fin- i wear a button brooch with her photograph
is01. majority ranging from 100,000 to 200- gers. Better .spend time and energy' in his buttonhole for as long as Extrwvmcance:of Attire., German First Twelve.A .
,with it on mar ns. Member House of Representative 000 majority." The curse of feminine new jaontbly offered a pnz
; existence
S keeping thenills, good condition and the engagement lasts. and she in turn ll <
I! .
CHAS.!. COSTON.M. Some cartoons that',are being published the hands white and soft rather than in wears his photograph on her breast extravagance of attire, says a writer. fo the best lIst .f the ten niost InVariant

S We are glad to see that the Gulf O. BAGGBTT. represent Mr. Hearst as the trying to change their shape. I near her heart These are called "love I There are women who ,waste in other living Ge Fu Sato

Jf) Coast fair to be held at DeFunlak puppet of Tammany, showing him as a buttons," and if discarded day by directions, but the number Is small Dree won, says Simpllctssioa-
: Springs from the 3 lit of this month For Tax Assessor: jneek'follower of Mr..Charles Murphy, compared with that of wives was: Empror M
W. W. RICHARDS. boss who Is picturedin To Cleft Ribbon. eIther of the parties It is a sign that I and 1. W'llm
',to November J, I is receiving some at the stripes Tammany-the' stripes Mr. Hearst, An excellent way to clean ribbon is the engagement is at an end. daughters wiw keep hardworking men wife, _.seven dl1d two crovy-

od.lf.tention at the hands of our contemporaries For-Tax Collector: when opposing him put on him in the the following: Cover the ribbon with on the anxious seat by their love of ters-ia-Uir- and b the
warm water then.spread it on a ManJ PI'aIM And Flattery." expensive clothing. The good old daysof princess .
f; on the other side of the J. S. ROBERTS.For cartoons which occupied so conspicuous -
: state; and that If the occasion does a place in the Hearst papers not or table and scrub it thoroughly witha We must defintf( flattery and pra&e. renovation must be passing array, From Oe Wod

will not be County Treasurer: so very long ago. brush that has been rubbed in soap. They are distinct Trajan was encouraged save for the few who have been able A popular soprano I said t bare I

r not prove a success, it J. ED. WILLIAMS.For Mr. Hearst resents the Imputation After a good lather has been formed to virtue by the panegyric to keep their desires within the boundsof voice of fine timbre, a willowy &&K.cherry .

v;< for want of advertising. that he is at the beck and call of the and the ribbon loots clean, rinse it ia of Pliny. Tiberius became obstinate a modest income. end they are the lips, chestnut bair and bazd.

Members of School Tammany boss and has assumed the clear warm water,Jay it between folds ia vice from the flattery of the sena: only kind of,women:who,belong right. eyes She must have been n I
,; The Tampa Tribune scoffs at the W. E. ANDERSON.Board: attitude of the boss of Mr. Murphy. et thin cheesecloth and press until dry tors.-Louis XVL Iy4a the homes of working men the lumber region.

idea that "Cu an anexatlon meansJTampa'a H. Q. DeSlLVA. The relations between them therefore
cccording to all accounts are greatly --
':, destruction so far as the W. M. AGERTON.For ,
strained. It is stated that Mr. Hearst
cigar industry is concerned." This that Mr.
has forgotten Murphy gave
: { -which ad- ., Member Board County Commissioners !
proposition was originally him the Democratic nomination for

7 yvanced. by an obscure Orlando paper : governor by means that were not Women.

v ((1-43 based upon a conception of tho : J. B. ROBERTS.JNO. wholly fair and that., he refuses to M Only lag

tt- 'situation altogether inadequate.: The '. JAS. .M A.. ANDREWS.MERRITT. keep. of his the promise judicial I respecting spoils. the division -

cIgar industry is like the Tribune II. C. CLOPTON It.ls impossible to say how much

; r is 4n., Tarawa to.stay,, : _1.dl? 'JAS.-gl-8TgW. j-: _, truth thogejjjjjjjjjj ista.thlystatemeat.gnugre Equal*to any SI.OO preparation on-tho market.



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a.f.tw PEOPLE AND EVENTS I i The Storm and Rainwill S'. CANCEROUS ULCERS I :i

r Whenever a sore or ulcer is slow in eating, and shows signs of eattiiif = : '
be the cause of Into the surrounding flesh.it is safe:to .
BY AURELIE MAREAN many .a say that the blood is infected: ,*?- .- t tt,
BERNARD. cancerous germs. Some old taint or poison that has lain dormant '
cold, which can be cured by awsfting ; 1
ii Telephone No. 38 After 3 P. M.YONGEHATTON I a favorable opportunity to assert itselfhas found an outlet on the facarinaj' ':Y. 1', "

b. I the two following guaranteed Vessel Will ..Move Out Into legs or other part of the body, and the place has become inflamed'and: ,". ;

It q. preparations at 25 cents T* festered, and a chronic ulcer is the result Whey middle age irreacae&<)* : J..' ll

fi3: !! t m mm tB6imm_ ,each: For cold in the head- Bay 'Under Her Own passed and the vital powers are naturally weaker a hurt of tafy kind, heals"slowly 'p .
yit and often An insignificant scratch or Braise; orf warty, growths "' ,.'

'is Jack's Cold Tablets. Cough Steam This Morning.The moles pimples etc..will begin to inflame and"are: coon large eating ulcers.. : L

The White Pine Expectorant.HOOTON'S The cancerous germs axe rooted in the blood, and white salves* plasters. ti '
'It"d WEDDING THURSDAY M6 NING. Journal's Daily Fashion Feature : lotions .. j" ;
,eta,keep tie surface dean,they arenselessia affecting cure. S&S. 1" .

Yesterday morning the marriageof tug Mary Lee, which was cast cores cancerous ulcers by going down into the blood sod removing the germs .,:, ,_ 1 '

0t- ) Miss Maggie:Mae Hatton and Mr. PHARMACY head upon of the Palafox beach at Cypress street the and poisons which produce the trouble. It":cleanses-the.circulation of:all : .. 11 i

tat jlalcom R Yonge was solemnized at St slip, during the storm unhealthy matter and when the cause is remove Uhe sore.heals P<= ; : t
ate Michael's rectory Rev. Father O'Brien yesterday got off and this mornIng S. S. S. enriches and strengthens the entire blood-supply, and' "E $; e ,

ro performing the ceremony. The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery the xhe bay will unde be*.ready her own to move steam.out into vegetable, it is a pleasant safe remedy foryoungor old, and ulcers ; =.-: t.. ...
The bride looked very sweet and t kind yield promptly to its curative Book and ulcers J i ;!
,Capt. J. F. ,Taylor of the dredge Fid- properties oa sore* and :;.1 I
Soil- g-rtish. in a simple white suit of _, Phone get, has been working on the Mary i medical advice..free ..>THE f SWIFT SoPc & &'COi ATLANTA, 64, :: ..
broadcloth, made In tailor -
style withba Lee,for several days and yesterday afternoon -I !
match. The maid ..
&- to of honor, ..- about 4 o'clock he had dredged ,
Hiss Ethel Hargls. also wore white. -. : "- about her
Idl sufficiently to float the
: Master Philip Buck the handsome craft -

[ Ittle son of Mr. and Mrs. Buck of The tug Monarch which was on the SCHOOL BOOKS., I rland :

0J.. St Louis, and a nephew of the groom, beach by the side of the Mary Lee, .
served as ring.bearer.- He was dressed p.4.j' p. will School Supp.le, Bag, Strap, Scholar Companion, Sponges, Slates Poncllv ,':
1II now tackled and Capt. Taylor Tablets Oanrv, Rniers Drawing Poodle.' Book.Knap-Sacta for Boy; Ink Pen, -
:e very prettily In white and bore thinks he can get her off by the end Penholders. AU Text Books said at pu IW\er'a priCM. Store Jammed fall! of' 'r
the wedding ring .on a small silver of the week. School Supplies -

tray BOOKSBooks This is p particularly quick work'and Coe's :EJOO' St.O i E:>'
101) Alter the wedding ceremony, the as both vessels will be floated with
bridal party was served with an 'elegant practically no damage to either, the New Brent Building.. Phone 23 T.. '
11 wedding only but all kind. of books! result is
breakfast at the residence something that few people { .
1..t of the groom's parents Hon. ci can particular attention my stock who saw' the ,tugs immediately after Pensacola, FUw October 7,. 1906.J. ..'
and Mrs. P. K. Yonge. Boys* Books: No well-balanced boy the ,storm imagined would be possi- .per
will start with Shakespeare--tart him '
11 }Ir. and ;Mrs. Malcom Yonge left with Horatio Alter. Jr. Henty. Cooper ble. -- 4 "
for their wedding journey on the noon etc.. These will keep them off the street

3 train yesterday followed by,.a shower For Girls: Louisa Alcott. (Little Women Sick Headache Cured. F. DAVIS xR' '
Sick headache JEWELER
1. of rice old shoes and the best books, Martha Findlay (Elsie books), Is caused by derangement -
wishes of the many friends who were Margaret Sydney (Pepper books), airs. of the stomach and by In- .r', "
Francis Hodgson Burnett (Little Lord digestion. Chamberlain's Stomachand How In _
al the depot to see. them off. Fauntleroy and others), etc.I Liver Tablets correct these dis- New Brent Building 23 8. Palafox $ ;.

'. MR. G. FORCHEIMER: CELEBRATED have all these at from 25C to $1.30, orders and effect a cure. By taking
.. according to binding. these tablets as soon the
SEVENTY-FIFTH as first indIcation ;

Tuesday evening ANNIVERSARY.Mr. G. Forcheimer Many of my lOc and paper back: are by attack may of the be warded disease off.appears For, sale the ...................................." ......... ....i -
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standard authors ,are good literature. -
celebrated! p pi ,
1 his seventy-fifth birthday by all druggists.

.. annIversary at the residence o( his 1"
daughter Mrs. A. liechkoff. THE EAGLES WILL GIVE THEIR I
A number of friends rememberingthat NIGHT OCT. It. I ( .
i a Tuesday was Mr.. Forchiemers FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
birthday planned a little surprise party :Manager De Luna Book Store, STORM SUFFERERS.

a and early in the evening calledto De Luna St .
to congratulate him. The time was MONEY' 1

a spent very pleasantly In playing I : .
cards I In fact two three who J DefUNIAK
and talking over "old times. ness or were I

3a 1II For fifty-five years Mr. Forcheinter I sick In bed at the time hare fully There'll be lots of visitors here this winter -
IId has lived iPensacola.. and has seenit I recovered. They say the storm cured
grow from a small village into the ;them. and you might just as well furnish :up -
, Pensacola of U>day. At tne age of Mrs. T. S. Conlboume left Sunday Special to The Journal. that extra room, and make it earn .
- DeFuniak Oct. 10. your '
jeventy-flve years Mr. Forcheimer to Join her husband In Norfolk, Va. Henry :: .
1 Is back from Arcadia, where he has "pocket change." Twenty-five 'to :fiftydol_ ; J
Jtlll attends to business.He : The work of raising the tug Waban.was been
" was the recipient of many hand- l begun Tuesday tfie! pumping being during the summer. He expects lars will do it handsomely and the earnings -
to to New
jome presents from members of hisJamily done by the Hercules and a motor go Orleans In the '-
.s- I near future to from the will for it.
attend the medical room soon
1i and friends. Refreshments con. ...., I driven pump from the yard. college. pay i
listing of cake wine' and ices were Mr. Clarence Marques has finished 'Mrs. A. a Bower T :4
1.. Jerved the guests. the repairs on his home in Woolsey. and family returned i et
from Grayton Beach a few BUY NOW PAY LATER. : : :
i It looks now as though "the storm
IiSl NOMADS WILL MEET i hunt troubled me." days ago< where they 'have been all ,1! i l f ,
gummer. '
Mrs. Marques' sister, Mrs. Roberts D. W. (Burke left Monday for Ever ;

first meeting of the Nomads of,Pensacola,,visited her one day this green.,From there he and Mrs. Burke i

lance 'the summer months began will The drawing shows a good style for embroidered In blue mercerized cot I week. will go' to Atlanta, Ga MARSTON S& QUINA f

pccur on the first Tuesday in November a'morning 'or house frock of serge, ton. The tie,was of blue ..silk: The I There are seven families out of fifty Judge Wilson of Freeport, was a i '
and the subject of study this challie, mohair or such material. Dark skirt WI1gored.e" and made with a still remaining in Woolsey.An visitor here Monday.

, season will be "England. Under the blue makes a tery useful gown of this seam down the'..middle of the front, I Mr.'George( Benin of Bontfay spent 10M10 S, Pox St Phone 149, Pemacota! PIa. j'Ft. I. .
Georges." '; sort, the model being in blue cashmere the bottom being trimmed with three- i' Awful Cough Cured. several days last week with his i

i The Nomads is one of Pensacolasmost with turnover collar and cuffs inch wide bands of'the material, two "Two years, ago our little girl had mother, Mrs. ,D. Banfill. .................. ............................... ... ."
3 exclusive literary organizations, of, white French pique scalloped and, bands being used.PONCE. touch of pneumonia which left her T. E. Johnson and family who

and is composed of & number of very with an awful cough. She had came here two years ago have movedto -- .j 1%
'bright women, who take a great !deal of Pensacola, which they will make MEMORIAL TO PIKE fN CAVE '
, spells! couching, just like one with 1
. elected werePresident, Lee '
cers I 1
of'Interest--the study of historical. their future home. ,We
,the whooping cough. and some are very sorry -
f. subjects. GOulding; 'firstvicepresident, Marion thought. she ::woufd not get well at to have them leave,as. Bow Oologatfiane Will" .ri.eoe Dtaeeveer -. 4
Some of the papers read at former McQellan; second vice-president, I I deLEON J all. We got a bottle ol ,Chamber- Among those attending court are et Oweat'P..k.. [

- meetings showed that .their authors Margaret Sandqsky; recording secretary I lain's Cough ,Remedy, which acted Jtfdge Reeves of Pensacola and Will In a large cavern "l,< had deep into their subjects Willie Wood; corresponding' .
gone ( like a charm. She stopped coughing Watson of Marianna. the level of the sea Ookxadoana are I
with the result that the greatest In- secretary, Yalma. Maura; treasurer I and got stout and fat," writes Mrs. {Robert Goodwin has severed his planning to erect a monument of l
terest was manifested at meet- Margaret. Campbell; historian, Olivia to The JournaL Bussard
.J every Special Ora Brubqker 111. This conection with Adams Bros. & Good- to General Zebolon
Montgomery '
1 Ing.The !LeBaron. The meetings will take Ponce de Leon. Oct 10.-The recent remedy is, for, sale by all druggists. win, and has gone to Tampa.! Pike doting this Pike centennial
i subject chosen this year Is one Jplads very second Friday in the storm did very little damage In this During the coming; fair there will SCHOOL > .r'
which will afford a very interesting month and H\Is hoped that the chIl- section.Dr. Sale a Big Success. be several, entertainments given by year, says a special dispatch from; -
r dren will make this a "banner chapter The damaged goods sale of Win. Manttoo, Cokx, to tike coo Becord-
channel of study and thought and it E/ Porter Webb of Carrabelle, the different churches .
goes without saying, will be ably ." is a pleasant visitor here for a few Johnson & Son. Ms been a great sue Mrs. A. L. Beach and two sons Herald. The centennial la to be held I'I'I e

, tandled. days this being his former home. He cess. The sale will continue a few have returned from their northern the latter part of September and It to ,
Mrs. J. EL De LaR.ua and daughters has many friends here who are gladto days longer after the stock baa been visit to relatives and friends.Mr. hoped to bare CM monument completed ,
r, Mr. George C. James left for his Misses Florida Annette and Leona, have him with them. put In shape. The firm's office Is at and Mrs. Thorpe have moved by that time in the Grand caverns SHOES '

tome in Nashville yesterday where left yesterday for Greenville Ala., Miss Pauline Mlckler after spend- the new, store In the Brent building. Into their new home on the Circle. OIl the edge of Ut* past, liaoitxm. i :

a ne will enter Business. where they will spend several weeks ing a week at home returned. to, Parties who wish to transact business Mr. L L. McKinnon, a relative of At the entrance to the Grand cavern 1 I J I II

Morris .vIsIting' relatives. Blackman Sunday. 'with the office are directed to go to Mr.' Kennedy has rented :Mrs. Har- tourists haTe erected three. monument: : ; ,
:Mr. Homer of Geneva, Ala., .
Misses Anna and Jessie Moore the new store. riett Sherman's cottage, for a year In the vestibule, a large room 90 feet r t.
i: was a business'visltor.in the city yesterday :Miss :Mande Sparkman who is a made a short visit to' ..DeFunfakSprings Now CXnrble Mr. and Mrs. MeKmnon and family high. At the extreme left stands a J
a Store.
to Pensacola's forceof '
late acquisition Wednesday. took possession Tuesday. testimonial to General Robert E. Lee, I
The M. & O. Clothing Store has
for the winter
teachers is stopping Miss Dora Wilks left Tuesday for At the election for councilman: Dr. Parents who Have
Mrs. W. 'D. Chipley has returned leased the vacant store on the north placed to his memory by the hands at ,
with Mrs S. A. Moreno.Mr. ,
. from Atlanta, where she visited her Bonifay where she has position as side of their present store and the G. P. Morris was elected by a majority southerners who hare visited J nttoa. i school shoes
clerk with, the D. of two. Mr. Biddle waa the other bought -
J' son. Mr. Hunt Chiptey. Part of the O M. Pryor formerly a resi- Hughes Mercantile dividing partition has been torn The pile of small stones from which

.' summer Mrs. Chipley: spent with her dent of Pensacola is in the city for Company. down. :A new front will beput in candidate... \ It is built stands almost twenty feet here, have learned that '
son, Mr.' Dudley Chipley in North a few days. Mr. Pryor wished to Messrs. West and Fadlock of Pane and when completed they will have a Wound, Bruise and Burn high and baa a base of about ten feet ""

Carolina. She is now with,her daughter -' view his old home after the storm had went Monday.Mr. to. Pensacola on a business trip fine double store, full of new goods. By applying an antiseptic dressingto In the center the north has paid trib- our school shoes.are the

Mrs. Maxwell at her home on visited it wounds, bruises burns and like In- ute to General U. S. Grant' m like manner best. -
the bay shore. Dan McDonald of Caryvllle, Is Pell Bros. Beer. juries before Inflammation sets in while at the right Is a smaller t R {

chapter Childrenof Mrs. Julian Sibley: returned from visiting relatives near here. Morris Dannheisser Is still selling they may be healed without maturation monument which: was befit last summer "" ', ."
of ,
The first to be formed in. Birmingham Monday afternoon. Mrs Nt BXBIambus beer and that; and In about one-third the time by the delegate. to the Christian The superiority our .. '
the Confederacy route from New product is becoming very popular. It required by the old treatment ThisIs .
Sibley stopped: en Endeavor convention.It -
Florida was organized yesterday af- is genuine German beer, but la sold discovery and triumphof ; shoes is due to .
ternoon at residence of Mrs. S. York, and was the guest in Birmingham il WARRINGTONSpecial I the greatest is the plan to place the Pike monument ourmethod :
the at the usual price of 16c a bottle. Chamberlain'sPain
of Dr. and Mrs. B. B. Sibley. surgery.
Moreno.: The meeting was well attended Balm acts on this same princi at the extreme right. Each visitor of having them i i"

by a number of bright children Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Hughes MM ... ple. ,It Is an antiseptic and when ap- to the caverns who desires may made order ,
to and
who took a great deal of inter- have a fine little son, who arrived at to The Journal. :; : ; piled to such Injuries, causes them to place a stone on tbe pile, the: attendants our
est in forming the new chapter. Offi- their home yesterday .morning. Warrington, Oct 10.-The work of i. AmusementsThe .i heal very Quickly. It also allays the Baring for Ita.bapioc. TIM car.erns ; ac rding to our own
clearing Is
the wreckage, .
up progres- few and
pain and soreness and prevents any opened a days: ago already :>
The marriage of Mr Charles sing as fast as can be expected under danger of blood poisoning. Keep a the foundation for the XDODH- ; specifications.

Haynes and Miss Louise Dooley occurred the circumstances. .......................... bottle of Pain Balm in your home meat has been started. :
last evening at eight o'clockat The C. & R. power house, is again and it win save yon time and money, {'
"The Best Is What We Sell"WE St. Michael's rectory Rev. Father i I in operation and is furnishing power announcement that AI O. Field not to mention the Inconvenience. and J

Fullerton performing the ceremony.If for yards and docks as their plant is has cancelled< his date here will be re- suffering such Injuries entail. For la 0e7WtT. BOYS' SHOES

there is any truth In the old undergoing repairs. ceived with general regret. This step sale br all druggists. Intrepidity is an extraordinary .. :
saying that "happy Is the bride the The Osceola and the Hercules two *as taken in consequence: of the difficulty strength of soul, wfaica rates tt above
the brides of Wednes- government tugs are furnishing trans- of making the long jump from GLASS Strong sturdy leathers -
sun shines on, GLAZING., the troubles, disorders and estottoc J lr
portation between (here and Pensa AND
fated to have Jacksonville under existing circum-
day in Pensacola are I which the sight of great perils can '
cola., E. B. WELLS. 10 E. INTENDENCIA. stylish, comfortable :
HAVE futures. Not a cloud was stances. 14;
cloudless Mr. arouse in ft. By thto atreacfh heroes .
J. W.
aU The golden Holden who has been "
In the sky and durablC
maintain :
seen calm
-- a
-- --- aspect and
spending the last two months at the The Sultan of Sulu." preserve ,
JUST RECEIVEDA radiance of Autumn shown stayed everywhere navy yard, left here last Monday. for Whatever else may be said of their reaMa aDd KUcty la he nort $1.50 $2.00 $2.50$3.00. -1
"and lingering e'
Pensacola. George Ade he Is never dull and few surprising and terrible accidents.RocbefoocaaM. .-
awhile to pGIRLS'
with laggard"" footsteps Mrs. Palette has taken tip her residence things that have come from his pen .1',
dream. at in Pensacola as her home here are more thoroughly enjoyable than Hams
CASK OF Mr. and Mrs. Haynes'at are 15 now North was washed away during the storm; the Sultan of Bola which will be given SHOES
hom to their friends Her father Mr. Oerting and her slater here next :Monday night, with a cast Nothing to Fear. .1

Reus street Miss Augusta Oerting are- here. and ensemble that gives promise of a ANDBreakfast Mothers need have DO hesitancy In t

GERMANDILL 'Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dewey have returned yetMr. thoroughly enjoyable performance. I continuing to give Chamberlain's Soft, pliable, but .:
from a trip to El Paso Texas, J. D. Foreman Has ,moved his Cough Remedy to their little ones as :1
other western points. family to Pensacola as have several Little Arthur Dunn. Bacon it contains absolutely nothing Inju Strong leathers correctly .
and others It Is There will be a gigantic "funfest"at "'
as almost Impossible to rious. This remedy Is not only perfectly
If you want the "BestEVer Made"get secure houses here since the storm. the local opera house early in No- safe to give small children: but shaped to fit misses' 1

Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla. The wetting the people received vember when the well-known little is a medicine of great worth andmerit feet
the best that $1.00 to $3.00.
PICKLESAlso Absolutely pure go twice as far and during the storm has caused no sick- commedian, Arthur Dunn and a company Decidedly It has a world wide reputationfor j

the "Blue Klbbon Flavor" is perfec- of thirty-five artists will appearin is-Morrell's Iowa Pride Its cures of coughs, colds and :
,the 25c size a 'new ana highly entertaining ; croup and can always be relied upon.
tion. Ask for _
some Spanish musical comedy, written.expressly for For sale by all druggist Ji'
him by Herbert Han Winslow and en- CRISP, TENDER, .'i
Onions, Limburger and MISS CAWTHON Ask the next titled "The Little Joker." Mr. Dunnis and SWEETAS THE EAGLES WILL GIVE THEIR

Swiss Cheese Cranberries WILL OPEN STUDIOMiss ,already so well-known as a comedian 'JUICY BALL THURSDAY NIGHT OCT. 11. BostonShoe
"Tale of Woe" of the highest rank that It is but a A NUT. FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE (

and :Mackerel.Rosenau&Gerelds. Cawthon. who has,been studying waste of words to attempt to describes STORM SUFFERERS. .

in New York for the past season, "how about Coffee?" good qualities, suffice to say how- Store
has returned Pensacola for the win- "ever,that this latest venture Is by Phone No. 178 !

ter and will teach voice and piano. tar the most pretentious he has ever -I
Special attention wJU be given to coy Such could get out of attempted and according to all accounts & CO. Is Now Working Fashionable ; ,;

rect breathing and tone' placement trouble by using< the best The comedy Is Sol Cahn Sol Cahn &, Co. L .
will be assisted by of humorous sayings and i I
:MIss awthon "chock" faIl i
THE FANCY GROCERS; Miss Beatrice White who will take laughable situations, and Is replete Th. Pure Food Store, Temporary Location. Foot Fitters. '. .
pupils in primary piano elocution and with.bright, catchy'music, and ensemble $..th.estC.nerPiiatez sal hrtenlnda The offices/ of E. E. : bi
116 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. dramatic'art 1 members.; The production Is com- temporary eo. Saunders 117 S. PALAFOX STREET, ',, '!
Saxrnder & and E. E. ,
385 Brent Building. to detail and the Pho..llIS ,'
Studio. "There'll fttHeI.n plete and perfect as PHONE (90. 1'tt ry
located ia the .nortb end of :
are new
Cawthon.Telephoae' ,
Phone.391 Telephone'12S4 Miss entire presentation Is pf tin highest .
: .
the Keyser I It ,
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;L a, HELP.D-B. H.WANTED.Falrchild requires at 1 "An : PAY RENT TO Fbii)) Sifle About That I

;nattT.e'one... ...1-naker upholster) 15 East 1 carpet-layer 1 cabinet street-maker and upSf 1 2Garden [ TWO GOOD BOYS How House

,e1 1B.b4.kb.8 A.t.1I1Y'; L m. 11oet1. ,. JC.

vc 'cable engineer to handle I Elegant HomeFOR YOURSELF $2500-4-room cottage East Jackson

engines.ANTEB-dynai'A compressor, Ice and I In the writing line- I street. large lot, ,modern conven You Can't Rent ? I

team beating pla\ .s."ed.All Excellent combined and in ready tow submit samplesof I iences. ,

one building. Coal -. their work to reputable cottage, on corner with Slots '1";
i permanent position experience to :-.tlllfactol'age aDd party.referDCt3. I merchants desiring to $2500.00. Own your ,:own home. 13500room;. North HilL .. .
: Write, stating I .

this paper.. Address, "Superift. tendent ilocttw, care use their advertising in successful appropriation SIX ROOMS, CORNER' JACKSON. AND Here's ''how you can do it: 14000 8-roora 2-story, modem conveniences. LET US ,RENT IT FOR YOU. 1"f

JUST East.Gadsden street.$45007room
-- UILUEMARDE STREETS iOo monthlbuys j
WANTED-Cirt-- : -- to help with codd .r and ACROSS STREET SOUTH OF SCHOO'NO.1. $ down and..$15 a
Appor Mrs GAS. ELECTRIC LIGHTS BATH; 2-story. East Gadsden St.near .
a man to work around yard. nice - 1P
)loreno. 26 E. Gregory. llocutWANTET Adverti ements. ALL MODERN. IF YOU ARE IN THE a 5-room' cottagein car line. :
MARKET FOR A HOME BETTER. LETS A list of desirable :
: and large applicants -
do good neighborhood ,East Cervantes St.,
>-A cook and a womaa to SHOW THIS TO YOU., : $2200- -room cottage
a house work. Apply at No. 227 $lloctlw at In- close to city school. Loca- bath. Lot Imx13%. are now on file with

tendencia street. Free ad offer-made in 6th
I tion East Cervantes. $1600. -room cottage. No. 910 North us and we can rent I
faith want to your
WANTED-Young man to learn express good -we Other Homes For Sale. avenue.
business. Must be willing to work. I do your work-bringing houses at once. Ieo
Southern EZIR' Co., $ 450,-S-room house, ,renting for $5 per
,Apply to manager l00ct I more trade through your ACT } 9W. month.$16OOCottage.
Fensacola. Phone or write us to call
-------------------------IWANTEDReliate ads than they have ever i

boy or YOUg men drawn before. $1200.00FIVE Improved -lots that are very street.corner 8th 80x132.avenue and on'you for a Tornado, Plate- Jt
In town to Florida Strong Lot

advertising Address every with for the references J, .Je Jakonylfle= B Write us confidentially. .ROOMS; .EAST STRONG. 7 desirable, in all parts of the S.650-3-room house lot 56 x78. No. 513 :' Glass or, Fire Insurance Pol I

t .
Carnival Association.WANTEDFlrstclass. Ja.ck.lOnVill"I Tie.tt : ".-l city. North 6th avenue. white tenants. : icy.IHOOTQN.

"AD-muTER." $3000-West hall of block .%9. corner of
carriage black- $1600.00. I Gregory and 10th avenue.

mitt and woodworker.John Good G.positions Welsh. t ttor FIVE ROOMS BATH AND ,GAS EAST McDavid-Hyer Company block 1S3 New .t )I Iii
Lots 11 to 15.
right roan. Address. ,ERVANTES. : $1500-
Carriage Works. Peagacola. Fla. 9oct ( Care The Joyrnal.I : City. \ & WATSON ItH

...LNTED-A good cook. Apply to Mrs. Agents Nevr York $1350-Lots 1 to 3, block 94, New City. i iIi.

St. It. Co1V1 te, 222 West Gregory>Soctlw> St. $3500.00.TEN Life Insurance Company. $2500 Lots 6.to 10, block 92, New City. ii 'liTHE RENTAL AGENTS,"

; ; woman to do housework I ROOMS, EAST GADSDEN.See 100 E. Government Street. $ 500-Lots 21 and 22. block 112 North

wtTED& two children who go to WANTED.WANTED our list for others. i. Palafox street. Real Estate. Insurance and Loans !
sjchooL Apply 619 North Palafox. 9oct I Phone 7CO. Pensacola Fla. Ii.
$1300-Lots 16 to 20, block 138 New .

WANTED-A competent nurse. 701 NorthPalafox I City.,
SU 7oct RENTS COLLECTED AND PROMPT .I No. 37 S. Palafox Street. Phone No. 54.
: i- -Quiet man wants private ETURNS, MADE. $1300-AH ofblock 117, East King : i
to be
board by week or month; expects ,
JWANTED-NUTS* who will lire on the in city four to six months.. Answer for a ,. Tract. ....................t..h
.' ,Apply comer 12th avenue MONEY PLACED: AT INTEREST ON
jjtd premises.1IU street. '7oct3tv week. J. F. Walker.'City. Genl Delivery.iloctiw' REAL ESTATE MORTGAGES.. THE STORMHas ::$-725 12 Tract.lots hi block 109, East King

:WANTED-Good cook at 619 North. Bay- WANT TO BUY A HOME OR INVEST .. ". I ....... ............ ... .\,. .....................HI
U. street 6octlwirra WANTED-All kinds beer'bottles. I pay I$1500-For'blocks 113 and 207, West King

: PUBLISHERS of OQod Housekeeping 15c wines dozen., beers I handle and whiskies all leading,. and brandsof still IN'rTHER.. PROPERTY. ? CAN SELL YOU Has not affected the values of Real I Tract. J

Magarln want representative*, manufacture that well-established cough Estate in this city $1.00. The buildings .
tooth local and to travel.y pay Toryliberal medicine. Joe Roth corner .Tarragona WANT TO SlELL YOUR PROPERTY? and wharves that were destroyed! t
commissions and also give large Government Sts. lloct WE CAN SELL IT. I List your property with us for quick I"PANAMA CITY I
cash prizes. For terms write, giving I will be replaced by more substantial sale., t
z eefemiees' to Good HOusekeeping.4gency Fire Insurance I buildings. Pensacola has before it;
: Springfield. Mass. ect2w. I FIRST-CLASS saw filer wants position, Placed in. ',
Dept. millwright work. Address G A. the brightest fall of its future..' I have
h I___ or>, ; f
JWAKTETX good cook at Fear Eagan I Gredler. Eacambia, Fla. lOoctlw First-Class; Companies. .I made arrangements to/take all ,the Money to lend In large or small

Orphanage. 17th street between 7th I property'offered below Its market amounts. -
and 8th avenue 4oct SMALL. HOUSE or cottage, by reliable value. If you"are afraid'of Pensacola' t
tenants. Address 222 West Cervantes
street. 9oct i '. Real Estate bring it to me I will buy FLORIDA i
WANTED-Three or four good waiters LESLIE E. BROOKS it from you.Some Fire and Tornado Insurance written In
wanted.:, Apply at once Kandy t either of.eight reliable companies. I.
](0. 2oct :WANTED-Gentle pony or horse. Must
M cheap. Apply at :M. &' O Clothing i Money In These
WANTED-With references fifteen good Store, 323 South Palafox. 9octtf Real Estate
; bustling, sober men to represent the I A quarter block (5 lots) car Uth I I

,. Planters'ThomasvUle.Live Qa,Stock For particulars Insurance Address Co. of I WANTED-Position as salesman or clerk and Insurance.Phone street and 18th avenue overlookingthe ill S. Brown CO. : NEW DEEP WATER PORT. RAILWAY TERMINAL |I ION

flerre G. Russell Tallahassee. Fla. Reference by young man thoroughly acquaintedin Bayou one of the' highest pointsin .

Capital CKy Bank Tallahassee city.; Address B. B., Care Journal.7octlwWANTED 462. 112 S. New City two blocks from car line 1I
Fla. 2C Sept. Imo. Palafox.. WE SELL LOTS. i
cheap at $1100. I

WANTED-At once whit. nurse for chil- --Position'as turpentine woods- A block! .300 feet 'front on Bayou
dren. Apply 127 West Gregory.: Sept 28.WANTED man, by an old practical turpentine Texar. Beautiful shade trees wasn't Phone 918. Thiesen Building
wO dllman. Address "Woodsman" Care 1I
-At one, several carrier I Journal Petisacola Fla. 6oct3t touched by the water and not a'singletree

? boys. ,Apply at this office. j For SaleCash blown down.,. One pf the prettiest I Panama Hotel open, Saw and Planing Mill ma- |

;.. -" "' WANTED-First-class hat cleaning Old sites for a residence and the safest "- FOR SAIJEFOR chinery here. Cement Block Works here. 1200-foot
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BOARD AND ROOMS. hats made new. Cleaning. pressingand in.the city of. P/ensacola/ $5,000.Wanted :' J
blocking. Satisfaction guaranteed. .r i Wagon Wharf built. Bank and Store buildings t I
; Panamas. 50cr Straws %5c; Felt. 35c; SA.LE-A grocery business on fine
; TWO FURNISHED or unfurnished rooms Derbys, 25c. Victor Louis 100 E. Inten- or on Installment corner stand. Good run of business. A going: up. Atlanta & St. Andrews Bay Ry. nearing *
for rent for light housekeeping. Phone dencla street. Ail ,come In. 6octlm bargain for cash. Long lease and cheap I
1102. or apply room 3, 204% South Pala- A house in good neighborhood and rent..Address Greenhut & Co. lloctlw the city., t

fox. lloct I WANTED-All owners of poultry to Plan near, business district for about, I .
know that we are agents for the cele- $3,000. FOB SALE-A beautiful spotted half-
: TWO FURNISHED ROOMS for rent. brated Conkeya Poultry Remedies. Guaranteed I blood Shetland pony cpUU Good size and
Telephone and bath connected. 1202 E. to cure rope, coolers, gape and to c List your property wlGi me for sale. I I very gentle. Will make a fine saddler or
,Gadsden. lOoctlw kill fleas, lice and mites. Also their ., driver. Address J. 11. Ewing, MaryI GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR j jr :
wonderful egg producer.. F. S. Mellen & Esther Fla. 'l1oct3t* .
TWO NICELY furnished rooms to let. Co. Phone No. 334 ISapr $1200.00 I '
Desirable location on West HilL Apply I FOR S .LE-See me about windmills. 1 J
!'. O Box 441. Soctlw WANTED-At once, a four or five-room J. W. Bullock Jr 1 can furnish a new celebrated Star, all Write See
: cottage. Must be close in and in good for 2 houses on the southeast ., steel mill for little more than will cost i or J
ROOMS FOR RENT-With privilege of neighborhood. Address 123 Care Jour to fix your old one. Drop me a card andI
... nght housekeeping; use of bath and nal. 25sept corner of Strong and DeVil-, Real Estate and -Mortage; Loans will give you price delivered to Pensa
phctae; on car line. ,Apply 900 East Jack- ; Cor. Government cola or other points. F>- M. Williams t THE PANAMA CITY
at d&e Sts. REAL \
; sow. Toctlm* R. R. CRITTENDEN' wishes to communicate hers Sts., renting for $13 a- > una contractor and builder city office 30? ESTATE COMPANY I
,J with his brother. F. M. Crit- Box 173. Thiesen Building. lOoctlw
FOR RENT-Two connecting, furnished tenden, who was last heard of in Florida month. ,Phone 637 p of
sooms suitable for light housekeeping. about 5 years ago. Any one having FOR SALE-Blacksmith; shop and dwellIng ...............i.... ..... .
In excellent neighborhood near car line heard of Mr. Crittenden wouM do a favor excellent location near lee factory: ; .o..e..t.............
and'in, walking distance of business district. by addressing Mr. R. R. Ccittenden at. $3000.00.for good trade, large lot. good water reason
Ring phone 663. 7octlw Building. No. 47. U. S. Navy Yard. able terms, at Marianne Fla Address I
18!eptlm. FOR,SALE. W, E. Taylor, Chipley, Fla. lOoctlm MONEY TO LOAN.
NICELY FURNISHED room, with board an Artistic and up-to-date -
eMectric lights, gas, bath. phone and all 'TEI1-Llght delivery wagon. Ad- -- i-- FOR SALE-Two large refrigerators. Apply DIRECTORY
modern' conveniences. Mrs. H. H. Hall- dress J. E. C.. Care Journal. 14sep 6-room and hall cottage, with FOR SALE-Boat suttabfe for freight' to The Lewis Bear Co. Soct MONET LOANED on real estate and
martfc. 132 West Chase. Phone 1163Soctlw. I passengers or towing Length 66 feet personal property on notice.
TAILORING .L. Diamond. Tailor all modern conveniences, on beam 18 feet draught 4 feet tonnage 29 AUTOMOBILE or trade: nearly Terms easy. J. W. arOn? % South
; 'I Gent's clothing cleaned. pressed and repaired West Chase tons. net. Power two 25" horse-power new and in good condition, will sell or "alafox St. Phone 1141. PROFESSIONAL
FOR pENT (One or two newly furnis ej I on short notice. No. 11% Wet street, on caf Murray&.Tregurtha ga engines. Lauch- trade for a good ho'se. Address J. C '1
i front rooms; southern exposure, with ed December IdOa Will deliver Brashears. Milton, Fla. Soctlm
Government St., Pensacola. Fla. any- I CAN LEND YOUR MONEY at eight
.privilege of phone Vo I35S. Location I I line.'f where in state'for 5500. .J. M. Rowley. per cent. If you have any that you ,T. G. YATES, M. D.,
esirable and near business center 422: WANTED R. Bingham wants you West Palmbeachr. 7oct2w FOR SALE-Wind mm and 2 tanks. WIT want interest on, see me about It. It t
v. Ilseptim moving and hauling He guaranteesall sell cheap if sold at once. Apply tt Trill be absolutely safe on real estate "
.tn3.I SECOND-HAND SAFE for sale. used Mrs. Gingles Cor. 10th security. Leslie E. Brooks. Phone Optician.
RENT-Rooms cheap; real newlycian breakage. Phone 630. avenue and 14th 462.
furnished rooms suitab'e for Money to loan at lowest market rate only one year. Address P. O Box 492. street. CoctlwFOR .
of interest. W.s. Hooton, 12 Intendencia.
light: ,housekeeping on the hilL Location WANTED-Carriages repaired and repainted bet MONET TO LOAN-E.errbod1': borrows 306 Thiesen
real estate in this Building.
high and healthy. Close to car line.Prlv1ld7e floats built to order, horse Mortgages on cty SALE-FIne well grown Barred money from Jno.. A. Hall & Co., 14Vi IPAGEtx.
of specialty. J.'G Welsh Ca bought; and sold. FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new Mehlen Rock Cockerels! March andprl' !.' Government. St.. When ,In need call
phone 314 E.
and gas. Apply shoeing a '
All of the Maxent Tract west of "C" & Sons' piano in handsome
Strong._ phone UU3.\ lOaug I tinge Co % rosewoodcase. hatches, $1.00 to $!,OO; hens last year', in Ui
street now for sais.FisherReal A.bargain. Piano can be seen breeders $100 each. Mrs. Llszie E I
NICELT: FURNISbtED rooms for rent The Merchants Transfer Co. by calling at the Kandy Kitchen. 3oct. Hughes Chipley, Fla. 27septlm. MONEY LOANED on all kinds of per- Frederick: Ausfeld. F. M. Bfount.
with or -without board Transients so- sonal property on short notice. Term. AUSFIELD
: Phone, gas1 and bath. No. 3, wants your movie? and hauling Al FOR SALE-At FOR SALE J. B. & & BLOUNT
.. licited. I breakage guannteeO :T. B. Thorsen. a bargain, paying Furni- -10000 acres round timber asy. Gray. Co... 2 W. .Romano.
Palafox. 13septlm Phono 978. ture business at 13& "Intendencia St. land. 12,600 saw mill timber and sanmlii Phone 1H ifeo
I Proprietor. Architects
I Estate Agency Address Box 325 City. %oct 32-room hotel at a bargain. Sev. "'NLIMITED
amount of
I SALE-Several tracts eral good farms and tpwn properties: on all kinds of personal money property.to Sp loan#- 312-314 Brent Bid;., 43 Moses B'dg.,
MISCELLANEOUS.TARRANCB WANTED-AH kinds of electrical work virgin pine Write Gentry & Setterlind. Chipley, Fla.23sep'. '
lal,, rates business
timber Turpentine men on Urge Pensacola Fla. Montgomery Ala
of electrical places and
I sell all kinds batteries saw '
COLLECTION: OF RENTS A _ _ : oans. The New York Loan Co.
& A' AIR Livery: De- i and other electrical supplies When you mills In operation. Also excellent tractsof touth Palafox. \U
Funlak: singly or double teams, nightor need me ring 345 or 955. E. \V. Peake, SPECIALTY. stumpage. Turner & Aymard Real PANAMA CANAL EDITION of Th<
day new fIgS, good service, polite I New Star Laundry Bldg, E. Garden. Estate Agents, Box 115, DeFuniak Journal magnificently illustrates rHOS PEBLEY-Real Estate and,Loan. WM. A. BORMANS
drivers. Give MS a triaL *hone 69 Phone 87. 206 S. Palafox St Springs Fla. 20july magazine, containing scores of views r.. Up-stairs corner Palafox and Romana ,
.. 6octlmpRAWTVQSOf i WANTED-Second-hand sacks of all de the city and harbor. F.' sale at a >ts- 12sepUm Architectand Superintendent
I scrlptlons wanted. If out of town, ship FOR SALE-A pottery works with steam book stores or at The Journal oJDce B,' .
: all kinds, Run Engine, them to us: if in town ring us up at No engine steanj drying room moulds, mall, 20 cents. Ilseu25c Office 305 Brent Building
Patent Offlca, machine and misc. madet I 334. or bring them. to us at corner of and everything complete for carrying on Pentaco! F''".
reasonable raves. Patentable ideas de- Chase and Alcaniz. Sts. F. S. Mellen & I HOTELS.BROWN business, together with tho finest bed of ;; PURCHASES the. receipt for the fin. Legal Advertisements.
Veiopetl Sail tpats. launches. AddressW. I Co. 23)013' pottery clay in Escambia -county Lo. eat of cosmetics. Box 336, City. ,

C. McGowan.'.Peasacola. Fla., 9septlmVlATTiUaB6E3 i I I cated right R. P.In Reese.the city. Apply,- to or address %3ae mo)' Administrator's Notice SECRET SOCIETIES.PENSACOLA .
------- Ifiseplf
HOUSE DeFuniaK. Notice is hereby given to creditors leg-
LUINOYATED-Niw Springs. SALE-Nice farm of 20
acres. Fo
tick : itees.
furnished if desired. Guaranteed. ,LOST.LOST. Good beds. airy rooms, elegant meals; FOR SALE-Good mowing machine. Sft. information inquire of Chas. L'Oranre laving distributees claims -. ,and all oth r persons
bath and sample rooms. Special out one ten ft. self dump all West Jackson St. r demands against the
Carpet taken up atad matting laid. Leave free steel No. 1912 Pensacola12wrtlm ,state of Matthew S.
Parker attention to traveling men. Rates $2.00 hay rake, one section all steel harrow Mason deceased, to LODGE, NO. 3.
at Watson. & Reese Co.'a.sept
orders resent .the
R. Brown. same tb--the undersigned at Fenracola Lodge. No. 3. K. of F
J Prop.
!. OR STOLEV On per day. hot blast heating
STRAYED two stores burn coal Bluff Springs. Florida within meets
one (1) every Monday evening at36
F..J.'-WHITE & COL-Arteslan well drillers white and black, spotted hound dog; one HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open all the or wood, one tank force pump, capacity FOR pool SALE-A and:billiard barroom tables and all fixtures year from this flatev August 30th 1W o'clock at their temporary Castle HaJ:!
red half-hound dog. Last seen Septen 1 bbl per minute; one Aennotor wind mill, etc. In a fin .
< .
B. F. MASON over Pou s stable, :
: for saw mills and turpentine stills year: American and European plan. I location. ,At a bargain if sold West Intendencia :>(
ber 30. three miles north of Liberal at once :J
Ala .Holly twenty-inch foot tinner's atlC'-oawSw_ AdministratorAdministrator's \U:tLig" brethren
especially. Geneva. and Graceville, Special summer rates. First-cla to one power Address box 103, City.' % cordialry welcomed.
t }ts. prepared to put wells loom 4 to 12 reward for information leading to every respect. Pleasant and conven shear;. 4 horse power Gas Engine; tine I Jsep' 'Notice. E. H. DENN
Jach' diameter and from )001 to IfiOO feet@epth. recovery.ly. Flaor Address 11. W.Newsom:Marshall Harwell, Pensacola.Fla. Hoi. ient. Mrs. T. L. Bowen Prop. Pensa- double barrel hammerless shot gun; Mar- FOR. SALE-Four good schooners, nit Notice is hereby given to creditors leg- IL HORSLER K. of R. & S.
rifle 32-calbre G.
lib E.
Satisfaction guaranteed 12jneJm lloctlw cola Fla. I 15apr repeating Bard- r able for lake, sound and river. Ad. ttees, distributees and all other persons
shar. Bluff Springs Fla. 2$ Sept 1m "
dress !II.
care claims
laving demands
;; installed zlaur or against the es- KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS.
NOTICE-Having machines for BAY HOTEL-Open night and day. European Ate of Alvin D.
LOST-Between Southern Hotel and the Wright deceased to present ,. of the
the manufacture o( galvanized iron plan. Rooms light and clean* FOR SALE-One dwelling, 202 East the same to the withinwo -a Meetings
cornio skyllAtS, 6rbice gutters, circo- Union depot. on Garden or Palafo Transient trade solicited 575-579, South Church street; if bought at once. can undersigned d1J5 Knights of Columfc
(2) from
lay mouldtart.ete.. I am now prepared to street one Karet diamond ring. Good Palafox. Jos S. Nicolau Prop. be had cheap. Apply. C. U McVoy BARBER SHOPS. Wth 1906.years Geo. this1 date. August fC' are held at their r.; *:'
;.., Jo sheet weUl work of all kinds on snort reward for return to Cashier. Southern butcher shop, corner Intendencla and --'- ; 30 Administrator oaw8 ,. No. 8 West Intends
notice. Satisfaction assured. Estimates Express company. lloctlw HOTEL VERNON-Rates 1200 per day.Special Barcelona. 23aug MILTON-When visiting here have Aug : cia street on even
cheerfully given "On work In or outside the rate by week. Special alter.J tonsorial work done by Ira Miss Will you;. In Escambla ,County Circuit Court. l Monday evening at
city. Chaa B. Vetter 18 W. bt n4cnel STRAYED from premise a small curly tlon to traveling men. Free 5a'DrT "OR SALE-Nice home,' good location for tag street opposite Jail. Clothes : State of Florida-In' Chancery. Callie O'clock .An .Invltatton
Phone 98. 2omaylmj ;; white" poodle. Answers to name of I room. Mrs. J. P. Mauldln.. Prop... Vernof chicken farm. Enquire Chas. .Lorange, hats cleaned and repaired. Convenien anc f-!>lt vs. German W. Holt-Bill for Di- f? is extended to
"Tuff). Return, for reward, to 27 East I Kn: .
Fla. 12 West Jackson St. lOoctlSt, to hotels. Phone 63.; 26auc rorce. On Monday.the 22nd day of October visiting Rht
; H. PORTER. sall-naker, 711 South Gregory street Soctlw A. D 1106. the defendant, German! JOhN B. JOXES.

;. 'peJaf01.eU"t.Orders taken for teats VV. Holt. required to appear to the bille 4, J. S. LEONARD. Grand Knight
awnings camp stools and house cots. published once each week for four Recorder.
+. etc. Price reasonable. 31Jan joosecuUve weeks in the Pensacola Jour-
'- I EDUCATIONAL.MRS. aai. a. newspaper published in said Ea-
& Co.. wholesale and retail ship chandlers IOtA BARTON MASON will open : Circuit Court. By L. G. .Aymard, D. C. Naomi Lodge, loo. JO Daughters o.|
and grocers Only first-class house a school of Shorthand and Typewriting. Pensacola Fla.. Sept18.. 190. 20sepoaw4 Rebecca meets every: Monday night
of kind In eit' Fair prices to alL October 10. Apply either at 314 S. AI- *l lfOd against him hereto _This order to I o'clock in L O O F. hall Msiti-g
Send it. to The .office When sisters cordially Invited to be present
CARRLVOEB jupaired at-1 repatatod. I rants Brent building.or Typewriter Exchange.2octlm 313 Journal day or night. you need -help, have anythingto -- .- i NM T PULLIAM.. N, C.

I Floats built'te order. Horse shoeing sell rent exchange or wish to HICKS MRS NE\aLLb Sec
a specialty. J. W. Welsh Carriage Com- MISS GEORGIA SEN'SIBA, graduate of purchase anything, try a want ad. They do the -. -'

:pany. __ 2ifeb I I Knox College. Illinois and Ferris work. RATHBONE LODGE NO 30.
UPHOLSTERING SHOP-WU- Kindergarten College Mich., will open v CAPUDINE Rathbone Lodge. No 30. KnIghts ol'ythias
mLTON .....
Proprietor. Furniture a Kindergarten and Primary School October meets every Thursday night; d
lie Mime re-I I 1. at her home 212 West **
of an kinds carpets laid. Gregory astle HalL Members of sister lodf
:1 pairing packed for shipping. Phone 63 street. Terms $3.00 per month. 25seplm; 'ii: :J CURES uid visiting brethren cordially inv

Next ture to Tampa landing._ 22april:! !! SIX ORDINARYWORDS MAKE :ONE LINE. ALL 3 attend. J. M. ROPER, CC
Whiting 'C. J. LEVEY. K K. & S.
) ,MATTRESSES AND FURNITURE-! will open( her private school at No. -' .
.M.L _
N.eus. ..
Mattresses made to order; old ones I 621 N. Spring street October 1. Tuition
t renovated. New ticks furnished. Second ..i.,I! S3.00 per month., 13septln> --- J TztakIUillc" &I 4rsgs6N. M. E. B. A. No 11. meets first sri mRafford .
hand furniture bought and sold. Upholstering ;-__ '_ ; third Wednesday' evenings at IntendencU 739 p
and repairing done. 114 E Hall No. 10. West
Belmont St.. city. Phone 77L Davis.:i street A. G FELL. Pres.J.
Mfg Co.. C. T. Davis. Mgr : 'I .. < >
H. ALFMAN-Tin, Copper and Sheet : PENSACOLA LODGE NO 4, I. O. 0. F.

C Iron Worker cornice work and sky- 1 .. The Woolley a nat 'rtumtheODITin-1 Pensecola Lodge, No. 4. J. O O.F_..Jf
roofing guttering and at
4lights a FOR RENT-Elegant 2-story: modern cottage Thursday evening
meets every
315 South Palafox St. Phone tltnte in the United State where the BarW
repairing SIS West and
Belmont. : / hall Belmont
to I t, r f tat the new on
1I1i. 2Junelm :Walker Inyaham.. 37'East. Garden street : f. ; Opium Cocaine< and Whiskey habits I streets. Visiting brethren ro'dlanr"1vited -
lloc ... can be cured without and B. R. WITKO\SKY, >
____ : : '' exposure
r. with so nach ease for the A. KEJILE. Secretary
4 FOR RENT-Some nice stores on East h .. patient Only -
FOUND. Government street: cheap rent. The ; -' :0 days' time re< .
FOUND- -Pair gold-rimmed- spectacles on Fisher Real Estate Agency. lJul1' : ;",. ,' '.:: -- /.i' .. ,your caa and ,I will 'wr'te! you an Live 'Oak. Camp W.O.W.No. L w. n. nr.rd.

Palafox street last week. ,Owner can FOR RENT-A. R.. Binrham has storage Rat.es-The want opinion as to wna. I can accomplish meets to Pythian ban the 1st and .'
redeem property by calling on S. A. I room for rent suitable for furnitureor : 'ate-ona ad. filling the above space is..25 centsJirst i insertior. for 700. Ask your family physician Wednesdays In each month. visiiverelgn

Friedman saloon. Cor. :; lafox and Zar- I other $OodL 104 and 101 South Tar- InTestlgato. Dr.,B. H: & cordially ftm-mCH. Co
and 5 ejayfc cQ. dditioija1 : .wooUey..l04N. Co
a >
I cents consecutive insertion
ft CQA&. 9oct a ragOr". street phone 39, .. ; Send cash with, the ad. F.
.. 'I '" .' Pryor Street Mlanta, Os. LESLIE E. BROOKS. Qerk
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I _ _ _,. _ :THE. ,.PENSACOLA. JOURNAL. :THURDYfiOR1NGOCTOBER11: : '. .,. :. ,,19OLtPPING ; '"PAcm -SEVEN._ lr

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NEWS MARKtr_REPORT Lumber 'Orders ? Quickly! Filled 1 : -1 1It:

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Arrived. NAVAL STORES. 1 '|We are in position: to ,fill all orders for-

Benedict Br ss .Roberts, 1758, .stores Savannah market Ga.closed. Oct.today 10.as-The fo o.-naval... lumber, doors, blinds, sash, builders' hard- ; ,(',

k'agston: to S. P. Shotter Co. started\ all 'right WW ................................580 reetc? ; cklyanda.loVest. 'DAYS .ARE AGAIN '.
Staamchlos. and luckily for WG .................................5.60 qu : .,prices. HERE ii H
Jack it ended all right- N .............................k.....&40
August Belmont Br ss. Clarke All on account of Vulcanite," too. M ...............................;..430 t '1 b. ) .
Newcastle on Tyne to' Gull.ransit K .....................................4.70I ,
t96'i, "Vulcanite" *...........................4.55 to 4iOI Saunders Mill Company TO-DAY and every .ray'entll tocfotTer tilt he MISSOURI .; :z:
Co. .........................,.....,...4.50 PACIFIC RAILWAY and 'IRON MOUNTAIN 'ttO TE will cell :
uminlster Br ss, Spink 1231. Ha Roofing G ................................;....40 cheap Colonist Tickets to CALIFORNIA, OREGON and '
to master. F ;;..............................35E. Phon. 7'7. 21 Cast Garden Street. WEST. NORTH. .. i
rim Frencn ss. LeBarre is the .only roof,..covering? that makes ...............;...............20 to 425 ..j i.1'
Be le Isle economical D ...'.'.!'.....-'......*.....,...,....t,10S"Ptrlb tI I Choice of two routes to CALIFORNIA. One through SAINT ,
,354 Cotte to Gulf Transit Co.Degama. iruil Br ss, Keene 2245,- New puts a roof on your house that not only Turpentine; 66 cents* CITY. Tfce ;oth_ vt* t.tEMJIHAa .nd-El.'PA_O-YeA6. :
to A. A. Brown & Co. iil
Orleans E. o .Saltmarsh. Br ss, Rogers. JIICk f \tC \ ttttte a trifle, but PENSACOLA COTTON.The BAY ELECTRIC. AND SUPPLY COMPANY 4 Liberal. stopovers of fire day on California Ticket* ana >tin ,,

Tampato Gulf Transit Co. mates :J it looks,lasts and followirgPensacola' quotations are W. T. BEDWELL day on Northwest Tickets. ;
utart furnished by J. P. o'Connor & Co.. factors 1
Ibex, Br. BS., Rinks, 1729 Hamburg is better than all and Importers: Prepared to d* au electrical repairing on short notice King phone 570 and a R Mo chances.: Through Tourist Bleeping Cars every 'ifs). ;.'

order. others.Youdon'thareto.' Good middling .....................10 9-16 representative<< 'will call. W. 'r. Bidwell, President and Manager. 205 S. Baylen f I'I'wj
11 Aust ss, Hreglich. %2093 New Strict Middling ........:..,........10 7-16 street. J HOMESEEKERS'-tXCURSlONS.. :r
Ida. _i Middling ........................,.105-16 )
Orleans to Gulf Transit Co. Strict low middling ..............10 1-16 TO ARKANSAS, TEXAS.. OKLAHOMA. LOUISIANA, "INDIAN I
Klrkstall, Br ss, Hlnde Colon to : send oat of town l TERRITORY AND MEXICO. "
paster: \ .. for It either; It NOTICE. I rf

Tapton. Br ss, Tratters 2300 Montevideo is for sale right Private bids win -received by the { \
to master. a undersigned to float .the Italian ship Limit will be .Allowed on These Tick-/ ) 'I X
herelntownbyA.M. >> I '
"Lena. now stranded on the west. side ,
Tugela. Br. ss, Nicholl, 2141 Car; THE 'YEARS OF x" \ .
dift to H Baars & Co. Hardware I of Perdido of 130,000 wharf.superficial Cargo on feet board of South consists will be sold on Septfeffibcx- ad :-11 .

\idar Nor ss. Aniesen. 1084, Sugnala Avery Co. American lumber. A. T 5SARA. 18, October 2 and 16.LIBERAL. '1

] Graude to Hyer Bros. Master. : ; ,

Ships. Real Estate Transfers. POWER ARE UNCERTAIN I STOPOVERS. ': .

Avantl No slupj; Anderson, 1648 Go'See the Xew'Country. '. .' .. J i_

London to order. Following Is a list of the real estate '. Free Literature Mailed on Request. .
Fe-reira Port snip Barros, BOS, Lls- transfers recorded yesterday furnished by /
1uuThuRrlPa the Pensacola Abstract Co. I. E. REHLANDER -
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to master.
ben Canada Br. ship. Spurr. 2237, Rio jESTILLs1 ;j DEEDS. And, to ayoid dependence, a condition that adds mis- Tra er Aan '

Janeiro to Pitch Pine Lumber Co. -Martha part of E. Sec Demarest 35. Tp to 2 Anna N. R M.Jl LeveyA West. ery to misfortune, money should be laid aside for the :: 'I.. '

Ingnd. Nor. ship, Danneli 12O described as follows: Beginning at a
Antwerp to McK. Oertlng & Co. point tZn the east h.liDro of the;tnt' N. R. days when you cannot produce it. The first years ofa j .>

Lena It&l ship. Tassara. 1581, London the R.841 south line of the Sec a crosses where. the man's life must make provision for the last. A prac- ..

to order. r1ght- f-way. thence east IOU feety
Carks thence south 400 feet thence west to tical,. sensible.and profitable way to accumulate a reserve LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE .

Afredo. Uruswyan bk. Maragas, beginning right-of-wav-J250 thence.00. north to point of fund for future years is to have a bank account I1LROAD COMPANY.T !

SS.. Montevideo to H. H Thornton. Pensacola Investment Company to Four Through aid Local Tim. Tabi.sBetwe Pensacola and PoIta North '
withuin.burSavingsD -'- ,
Alfhild Swed bk, Svensen. 1332 Louis Boley-The north & of Sec 20. Tp per cent. READ .-
1 S. R 30 west. 220 acres-Jl.00 and other DQ.4 READ lIP -
Durban to master. interest paid compounded semi-annually. 'Trains No 4 "
and valuable considerations.Frank
[ good 2 4 Trains He,. ,.
Andrea Nor bk Quate 114, Durban L. Mayes to F. S. Mellen-Lots .. a 1 :
to master. 11, 12, 1*. 14 and 15, bloCk 188, New City l06pm115 ,......... "
"l'ract-n5o.00 and other valuable consid 6:30cm! SIOym ................ eeuanxt-s.-eepii : ,
Avon Ital. bk, Avegno. 147Y Genoa 7l.14an ................. '):HpnI115m r
erations. Clfpm .... ....... .. ................ :r
master. 7.3zpm 2 1 4pC33am ;
lo : R. Leon Jones to J. D. Waters-Lots -. Jam Ar. .......pe..N&ghv1jie. : :<:- ",
Campbell .Nor bk. Hausken. 1100. PITCH PINE 1 to & and 1C.to 20. block 163. New CltJ'Tract$3oo.00. ZOOpm 4lamI Lv.........___,...NijS'vljie. -- ----------. 8.41a. 2:1)snl 1'l .,
to McK. Oerting & 'Co. 1:25am P.llainI 817. 2:05am "

Stavanger Chacma Nor bk Jorgensen 55'' .I Ito.1. W.S and Hyer IS to to 19 W., both M. McClellan Inclusive-block Lots : FIRST NATIONAL BANK I 7:40am 2IOImL Ar.-.mYanzvthe..s.v...........; .....st_ 1.s.! 3:00am 845pinF! I:30pt 9:20pm

Fleetwood to .order. I CONDITIONS IS. East Pensacola addition $500.00 and 7SfYpmJ 3:27am .........-....... .............. 3:27axrji 2:15az5
2lOanl. i:30ax ............... ..
other valuable Hereford, Nr bk. Jenserf, 1380! .Lv l12:4581n1-9:30pr4
;. D. Hale Wilson to Harry Fair-The OF PCNSACOLA.;. FLA. :! Ar. .......... .... ... ... 31l.SQPO1LCeopTt Jl;
Rosario to order. southwest >4 of block 109, West King :
Helmdaj, Nor. bk Hensen, 135!.. The Mobile Gulf Coast Recorder Tract-4256.CO. < BETWEEN PENSACOLA, MOBILE AND NEW ORLEANS.
}full to order.Humberto Dgnat.d DepMItary of the United States. .. & 7Z&3 a & -

Span. bk., 1111. Battle publishes the following relative to Torments of Tetter and Eczema. Al lOOam 11:05ff1i5an9 ........... ........ 3&2 500am 1&4 5&6 =
pitch pine market conditions 145am I 4:00pm! GZ0p -
Havana order. : layed. : 4:21pm1Ar.. ....... :
Isabel to Browne Rus bk LIndquis, General Conditions. The intense itching, characteristicof W. H. Knowles.' Pr stdeDt. W. K. Hyer. Jr. Vice-President and Cashier. im 7:15am! ?.. .Mobile..Lv........ 1l2:4OamlllZsazn$:l5pm ........( 2:3Sprl 9.ZSars .
Titos. W. Brent. Ass't Cashier W. N. Roberts Asst Cashier.
Hull'to master. There were no arrivals of saWn eczema, ,tetter and like: skin diseases FLOMAT0N,,
1231. Director* P. C. Brent, W.A. Blount W. H. Knotwlae_W. K.Slyer Jr. PIINSACOLA RIVER JUNCTION AND JACKSONVILLE. '
timber at of the week 4
King Oscar II, Nor bk Johnson any ports this is instantly allayed by applying; D. 0. Brent.C. ZI 5 J l' j Trains i.
152, Rosario to A. Zelius. but the bulk of. the stocks, while Chamberlain's Salve and many severe pay DafJyD.1Iy/ 3'I' where do no not time stop 18 at shown.t&tiOlla 1 3 I t t 6 I I 22 -,
widely scattered by the elements. cases have been permanently cured Aa 4i' Daily: Daily]Daily Dai' ;
Lllla, Nor bk Aanonsen 1030
will In time be recovered. Thereis its For sale i all :::::: 5:00 2:35; 2:651 :.:;:::::::: J : 1Zi8'n ,;; ;
los to order. by use. >y druggists.PROPOSALS z= ...... 5:07 t .:::.::::::.. t: 1:21 i-Il ...... j 3
scarcely a foot of wood %:41 3:051 ..........B1u1f Sprints ..........
LJuis Uruguayan bk, Lopez 70Havana .C ...... 5:17.51 .12:31 1:15 $:15 ...... 4
.... '
9:3Of .... .
to orqer. goods ava.lable! at this writing and ...... 5:30 .McDaYid ............ 1%:%: 1:06 8:06 ...... : t'
: 3:04 i.
3:35 .......
W. UMAR,Fretldeot JOHN AtelstaM
PFCIFFER. C* J>Ufc ;.P1ne Barren........... : I
-11:03 H
Maria Ger bk French. 1022 Kings we cannot say what values are but in N.: E.cua .Vke-PresUeat! and CasUer., '...W. AKOREWS.Assistant Cashiar ............. 5:39 .1:13.60.. ................Mollno ............. .-11:59 11:25 1:43 7:55.7:47.......... t t: .
Lynn to master. another week business will have regained ...... -5:43 -4:0 ............Qufntette............ -1l:51-14 '7:39...... I .
'S53 0:26 -1:11 .......... ,
Negpore, Nor bk. Gjerdsen, 112, its normal aspect This week's I...... .5$7 '3:2 "4:15[ ......... .COttage Hill .......... :" '119 *7:34....... -
East London: to A. ZeliusNoach outward movement will be very THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK I... .. -1:01. ':3:34 --4:23 .............Gonlalez............ .11:35.11:217:26: 128 7:31..._....... -"
....... o ,
: S:03 3:364::;;( ............ .
VI, Swed bk Burgfeldt 160. small As the mills will not turn a ....... -Ilii ,- .Roberts............. .11:33: -11:19 *74...... ,
: 3:454t ....
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Port Natal "to order. wheel for some days there may be a For Discharge and 'Custody .:: OF "DIU.COLA. ft*. i.......*61 *3$1 '4:48[ .'...............OUve..Brel1t........................... li.:%% -tz:04 12:09 .-7:15 ..........
-7:03 ..,
01lva.r. /'Ital bk. Costa, Genoa to orner. temporary famine of wood goods. } Opera House Building. I.I........... 1:3'':25' eJi4,tO< *5:001 45j: Ar..................... Goulding ............ .. 1lll'l3:0l 7:6j; ...... : 'to .
Pensacola..Lv ;
Shippers! came through the storm of the',Cargo of Italian 11:05 l1h: 7:00.: ..... 'I '
1934 Ant- I oZl ri =
Superb Nor bk Ulich. .
lightly as their stocks are not lostonly' T
t twerp to ; scattered. The greatest 'expense :' -,--, .1 1 t 1AM .1 .

Schooners.Donna entailed upon the shippers by the Bark "Olivari C CAPITAL STOCK, $200... SURPLUS $6 .000. S 500..7:00)) ........ LV..pensacola.............Bohemfa.................Ar.. ..10:50J..11:15.. ...... .... tj 'I
Christina Am sch SlcLeot1C5 S 5:%% ..... ...... \ .10:55 ; .

: Belize to master. stocks.storm'losses in getting, even together to the larg their K {i', : : DIRECTORS.: S 5:29 55...........,...715..Gull... .....................ynlestra.Point...................... !...-10:33.... ...........................'-1063.-10:1iO ;;.I ;. I... .

Domlra, Br sch Reddie 20Q1. St owners of standing timber are not -Sealed bids will be received at the Henry. U Covtngtom Frank RelHy .f. E. Brawner.J. .: 5:40 :i:::::.:::.::: : .....Escambla...:::::::::::. ..:::==: ::::::.J1tt:4: ::: ; ,i t .. :

:Lucie to master. as great as was at first estimated, as office .o( the' Italian Consul at this port ,... fnetffcr. ;, 'W.SRos.sco,. C.WLamar, 5:45 :...... ..... ...... .....Harp.............. .1..:181 ..... ... ,i
Freddie >Hevcken' ..-Am-eca. ,, Bryan. tl1e-stfrm path'.'waf but a arrow up to noon Friday. the 12th instant for BryMthnwocly-. F. .cGd.... 'J. R.: SaunflcrsV C 5:57.._.......... ....... S '1:35. ............Galt City.....!...... .. ...... .... .101.10:3 ,.
475. Havana to master discharging the entire cargo. If 1:3.' ..MiIton... .......... :
necessary .f..n 1 : !....... .. .
HJalnu.m Axelson 55 Tam- strip of the yellow pine belt. of 660000 superficial feet of South A. M..Avcty. W. ft. MUtest; 0. E. Maura, C v.3 "." ......... .. Range........... ..... .:..... _10:1: '1 ,
: sub AsToTheCutManyot American. lumber of the Italian bar W. L tewttwiH Dr. W. J. Hannah. McKenzIe OerOng S 7:0'....... ...... ............Hot2.! ............. ...... ......... 9:15 9:4s : ;
j>a. to order. the big'timber' land own 'Ollvarl," ft store the lumber on a safe Alex Mc owln. C. M. Covington. M- E. Clark.! S 7:', ....... ..... 8: Q'' ......:......Milllgan............. 9:1% ....'. .:... 8:1i3 '

NOTICE.Tenders erg hare ordered from to 3 to 5 port and sun and convenient.weather place.damage protected as far from as'fx the>s- ItMj (siltczes for rent it{210,.|3JO nd |1M lire year. rants apartment .. ;:: .::: ::..:::::: .I; : ..... ::: Lanti.::..:::..:..:. ...: I..:....::.:::::: nf j t

able mills each cutting from .5 to sible. hold the entire cargo free of expense 9:10: .. ....}lo.s1' Head.......... 8.33.. .....- 1:40 '
are asked for the discharge But with to Master,'()Wllers or Underwrite: -j i. wanedlan for ccaTe&Uac+el cwtomerj. 9:35. ........DeFuniak Springs........ .... .. ... : i; ;.,
and custody of the cargo, now on board i 10,000 feet a day. even until cargo is reloaded or otherwise dls 09..C. .. t: 4 .....!'.......Arule............. .7:44 8:13/: ,/................ '':42:57 '
the Swedish bar "Alfhild" stranded ,i in; these mills in operation the cut for II posed of Tor*.period not to exceed 9 0 Four percent Int..at Paid on Tlme.O.poaltLI''f 4:33.. 9: ...PoIce DeLeon......... 79..... 6 M '11 '
,the bay of Pensacola near Muscogree, the coming 30 days will not be 50 days. Contractor has preference, shouldcargo .. 10:10.. ........... ............ 7:1i..... ....1..... 6:00:: :l.West'vflle. t l.-:.
harf The discharge to be done at the< of normal. :Conditions In be reloaded, to deliver and reload I 10:16 ............Caryv1Ile............ 1:1*...... ......6:5% ;; 9
,rate of not less,than forty thousand suTerftclal per cent. same at current delivery and stevedore ...... .....10:30. .........Bonfay.....,...... 1:55.: .......'... 64 '11
f feet per weather working day the woods and lack of teams'and labor rates of this port. Bond will be requiredfor 11:1: """... '10:47. .............CbiJi1ey............. .1:31.. .... .... 4:55 .'
contracting will have to furnish and totally inadequate transportation the security of cargo and performance / 11:: ,..:......... 10:68. ....... ..AyCOCk.... .... ..1:%:....... .......': 3 ',0' T
bond and will be responsible for the of contract. .... ..... ........... : .
car the cut Right reserved to reject 11:43. 11:07 ottondale........... ...... '
,fo. \\hlln out of ship. Tenders also facilities, will keep any and all bids. F. .COSTA, "WEW "l 1:1 ...... .... 115: ...........Marlanna........... I.:oo .......'.'.''..'. looa::! I!1 r
,panted for event reloading of the cargo, down. This will probably cause a :Ma.ster.VESSEL'S i 11:44....... ...... : rl'88............. 6:38.! ..... ...... 1:11' 'iI'
after repair of the vessel. Bids to be advance In \alues but whetheror I 5:55 ....... ...... H 42 ..........GraM Ridge......... ...... ...... '"1l "q '
opened) Saturday the 13th of October at sharp Deposit, in a sayings bank at 4 1'1 .. .II'01 .............Sneads............. ._ 61 5:3: ............ %3:01:.4S !:. i .
10 clock l in the not the advance will be permaneat UNDER CHARTERTO your money : : .
: morning at the ofita : : ::: ::: : ..:. 15:15 ........River .

f Xenzie f the rice-consul Getting and of Master Sweden,reserves Mr. C. Me the course, remains for themills to, be to seen.pursue The under wise LOAD AT THIS PORT.The per cent., when the Pensacola Home and Savings 7:3Q.t ...., 161 1'40 Ar .... Junction..5:10---------------2:5. -., : i':." /t,

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right to reject any or all bids. ,Association will issue paid-up stock : i
CAPT S. BE.NGTSSON. existing complications would be to following vessels are under you Trains Z1 and 22 and traftis t and 3 carry tbroug'h sleepiog ca between Pansa.
Master of the Swed Bark "A&hild." the 5 cola and Jacksunviite'via RIver. Junction and Seaboard AIr JAne. t --i;
repair their mills and run them to charter to the Gulf Transit Co. and bearing interest at per cent. per annum, pay- : '- : ,

PUBLIC SALE.There :. full capacity cutting as much as possible will load cargoes at this port during able semiannually.H. -Tnlns stop on 1111'11&1. :
of the fallen Umber allowing the month of October. : : '
win be offered to the highest the remainder if any there may For Liverpool-El O. Saltmarth President. 'Ylce-fll'Wleent. Treasurer. Secretary. : Pensacola, St. Andrews and Y {
Udder on Tuesday. October 16th ISO. to rot on the.ground.' In this way'the now in port Vivian, due October 9; Directors-H. O. DeSttv, A. Oreenhut Knowles Hyer A. V. .
at 10 a. m.. at the office of Robert market could; be held at its present Gracia due October .24. Clubbs! .C. .H. Dorr O. C. Mien Sol Cakn. Summer Week Day "'ScJ'ledule-Staam Gulf Steamship Co. 4 ,
Tuemler & Co. 331 Brent building for advance in For Venice.-Ida in 43 South Parlafex.Mf i
account of whom it may concern the level and the legitimate now port. Train and Electric Car Schedule STEAMER TARPON. l' ;

German bark Marie, her tackle and ap- values would more than offset any- For XJenoa-Acacia, now ilue. .................. MMM.f....*....f....ff....... Effective June 19,1906. W. O BARROW Matter. : ,"!i,
vessel: to be taken by purchaser In loss in rotting timber It the mill For Trieste-Ida, now in port. BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND Sid FIRST-CLASS PASS GER AMD ; '" t

he UU1 condition also be sold and at position the same she sow time U.a.the man will pursue the even 'tenor ot For Antwerp-''Euterpe, due October BAYOU.Lv. FRElCHT-Between-SERVICE. il ;j f

Fargo now on board. consisting of about his'way, "patch up his mill and go to 14.For Pensacola.. Lv. Big Bayou. PENSACOLA. MOBILE, APALACHICOLA '
B.0 superficial feet of pitch pine of Pensacola Improvement Bonds. C a-m. 9 00 p.m. '29 sin 10.30 p.m. CARRABELLE. ST. ANDREWS ,.
lumber. Terms of sale he would come, out a winner." 14; a steamer, due Early November. 8 sum. 11:00 p.m.* t 30 a.m. all .
CAPT \\ILH. FRENCK. Denomination $1.000.90 each. Dated January 1st. 1906. Maturing January And points on St. Andrews Bay, Cap. .
9 >30
Master.COFFEE1. The shipper cannot help him no one For Bremen-August Belmont in a-m. a-m. rabeHe and ApalachteolaCMEOULE .'
Payable 'f i
1st. 1936. Redeemable an. let 19J.. Interest. Seml-Annually. 15 10.20: a-ra. ,,
l can help thefuture rests with the port; a steamer due end October. WE OFFER FOR SALE THESE BONDS SOBJECT TO PRIOR SALE IN 11 a-m. 11:10 a.ra ieavea Peneaeola Sunday, S;39 p. m, I.t" ,,;
mill man himself.A For Ellesmere A steamer due end TO SUIT PURCHASER. 12 noon 13;W p.m. for Mobile. Ala. t
Wordb Millman. October. AMOUNTS 1 p.m. 1:33 p.nx, Leave Pensawla. Tuesday 8:M ",
2 p.m. 2 40 p.m. for St. Andrews Mmrille. Apelashjcola, I '.
Do not get excited. Cut as little For Marseilles-Ida, in port. a p.m. J:30 pm C&rrabelle and intermediate points.For .:.
wood goods as possible for awhile For Doucan Rayonne-Belle Isle, The Peoples Bank of ,Pensacola 3:SO p-m. 4:00p.m.: additional apply to r"
4pm. 4:JO p-nv. J. R. SAUNDERS, .
and bear in mind that your loss Is in port.- 430pm. SOOpm. E .ft. COBB President ._i,.
Just about 25 per cent. of what younow'thiflicltIS. Pensacola, Pta, 5:00: p.m. 5j; p.rn. General FrL and Pats. Agt. Pen. ': ,;.
5:35 p.m. '00 p.m. sacola Fla. '
We are the PioneerCoffee NOTICE. (:00 p.m. (:30 p.m. I ,
,At Pensacola. Tenders are asked for the discharge $.30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. .- ,
Roasters of 1906 will long be remembered 7:00 pm. 730 pm. '
September and custody of so much of the carg; 11:.' Vlce-Prwldent. S-OOpm.) ;
West Florida.UGH'SBLEND. In Pensacola as the mostdisastrous of the Swedish bark "Noach V3." now {to :M. BUSHNELL, Cashier. MANSFIELD MORENO Asst. Cashier. 8:00 p.m. 9:30 .p.m. : '_''' '
month In the history of moored in the of Pensacola 3aturday only.
the town ,since It was, virtually destroyed the Board of Surveyors orders cargoto ,CITIZENS NATIONAL BANKof BETWEEN: PENSACOLA AND FORT
175 years ago. Nttwithstand be taken out, in order to be able BARRANCAS. Tallahassee, Fla., to Atlanta, i 'I'

lag the newspaper accounts of the to ascertain the damage. Pensaoola Plorida.DIRECTORs. .Lv. Pensacola. Lv. Fort Barrancas. Ga.. t -
that is the modern 7:15 a-m. 1 00 a-m. "
disaster, Pensacola, The discharging to: be done at the ;
Pensacola, was not destroyed In rate of not lees than .forty thousa4' Gee. W. Wright. Morris Bear, T. E. Welee.) :Rlx M. Robinson. L.. Hilton Green.A 11 9::00 60 a-ra.a-m.* U Jl1t1a.:16 p.m. ROUTE YOUR FREtoHT \

the hurricane of September 27th. superficial feet per weather working. GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. 12:CO p.rn. 2.00 p.m. to \11.1

have no equal A trial Just as the great fire created the:* day. S C::SO 20 p.m.p.m. S'l&7:00 p.rn.p.m. Southwest Georgia and West .

convince the Chicago of to-day, so the great storm Parties contracting have to furnish 8:10 p.m.- 1-00 pra.
con of 19W Is going' to buildup a modern bond and will be responsIWe Saturday only. Florida. i

noisseur that we Ptensacoia. There Is great wealth for the cargo while out of chip.> amwill Steam train stop leaving between Pjeneacota Pensacola.at 7 and:It Via .

there and. while the damage was Tenders also wanted for reloading Big Bayou only to tan on paMvngers for Steamer tines, Carrabelle, ;

make no extravagant great, the storm had not subsided be- the cargo after repair of the vesseL H. G. ,DeSILVA & COMPANYCan points leaving beyond Fort Barr&neas Big Bayou.at 5 Stem:If trtla m Fla. 'land
claims. fore the work, of clearing away Bids to be opened Saturday the will top between Big Bayou and ten : ,1

debris had begun. The heaviest losses 13th of October at 11 o'clock a. mat cola only to put off passenger from be & ALA. RY. .
fell those best able to afford the office of the Vice Consul of ynd Big Bayou. 'Other Steam train winmake GA., FLA. : "

Wholesale' and RetailGROCERS them upon viI: the United States Sweden, Mr. C. McKenzIe Oerting.: fill orders for lumber, sash, doors, win- all stops ad topa. Each.. .electric. car neJte .Low and rates C'I''I to Talfahafte. Arfing. .

government and the Louisville: & Master reserves the right to reject and all material.We The above schedule and regulations ton and Cuthbert, Qa. -
Nashville ,RaUroa1The Immense any or all bids. dow Glass subject Local to change Freight without Regulatiens.Freight ft. t1ce.. For. Rates and I Information write to ,

docks of the latter were ,damaged to CAPT. BERNHAKD ANDERSON won't be able to make special work shipped by the' 7'16 a. m. J. H. McWILLIAMS, ,.1, j.
a very serious extent Is'said that Master of Swedish bark Noach VI train will be received only for uomt Q .r. A i'. .... BalnbrWge, 6 a. .
beyond BK Bayou and will sot be .
re- I
Send orders.
not one vessel In the harbor,escaped for a few days. your reived later than 7:tS *. B*. An ether .! ..
and all kinds of, Feed some damage and many' :are total Week t>ay train leaving Penacola not .It .
wrecks butthe: powerful tugs and sawn. Nearly all of the mills will be later thaa S-fO p. m.. oanr freight for CREW NOTICE. L. .{'Ifa
but freight, will not be Neither the Captain Ownersnor "
Stuffs.Pluto wrecking] lighters of a New York ready to turn in a few days. The Phone H. H. G. .DeSILVA &: CO. any point later than minmtea before schedaled received -- Co lCD_ of the* British ,. '
wrecking company will' soon be at mm of the Steams-Culver Q). Bag. t. departure GC trala The I:00 a. m. steaknaktp Axfttfttster. will be ".. ,
,possible. dad FhL. has already started. Sunday train may carry light perishable responsible for debt* r*.. }I
work saving .as ,many as freight under -some etrcnmstaaeea by special tracted by the Crew ot Bald '"., 'E'
There are millions of dollars represented Among the Shippers. pamlasloa. Electric car will not Te.el. CAPT. I.PRm"K.. '. CIWO.
Water in the :shipping Interests and Reports coming in indicate thaI carry freight or packages of any descrtpOon A. MKRKrrr ft co., cataLconsIgnee. '
savedit business abroad Is and ; except medicine Drgently need ;i
of vessel are improving
unless some these eeL Shippers are requested to bear tfceee ,.'\
will mean the heaviest losses ..sus ues are stiffening. The Record ig in = SPECIAL NOTICE: regulation In mind that InconTenlenae! Neither tM Captain Owner -
by lJ insurance companies ,for receipt of the following notice: may not be caed- nor Con leD- of tbe Au-
Wholesale,and Retail tamed These freight regulatIons subject to a triaji steamship "Ida" win t
some time. .This applies to, the .entire Gentlemen: Ve beg to inform you THE HOME DREDGING COMPANY, w change without notice. be responsible for debts OlI- '
gulf. The entire water front will that, beginning to-day Mr. K. Carter. CHA a OLLINGSH MANAGER. Any further information regarding pas- tractGt1LJ' by the CVew of aaU -

be rebuilt in' the most modern 'and Jr., ceases to be in our employ art do all kinds of wrecking work had by applying to tha general efflca ot vesseL TRAKSt 0(3 HIEOLICH.,ApC I
!New Is fully equipped to the company. ( Cwulgnee\
Orleans Grocery Co. complete manner. here were'no of-', is no longer connected with our firm. Passengers are earnestly requested to .-'-- t'
ferings of sawn timber the past week At the same tIme please note that .with hydraulic dredge, clam shell dredge, hoisting apparatus promptly report to the general office any Phone No. If8 ..

and while th"e'"entire st ck.is tadly we have appointed 'Mr. Hans Curje -wrecking pumps and tugs. the matteattoa part of employees to duty or and discourtesy to make ape-m Is Now 4 ;
Jas. mixed np. all of It will be recovered. to act as the sa1e.'manager'. our dflo criticisms of service. ;;
McHugh The condition of lumber. In port Is Mobile office with full power of it Office, Foot of Eslava Street, Mobile,. Ala. JOHN W LEADfBT.i Manager.. Sol Cahn & Co. ;.

Phone I 05. Proprietor. much worse than the';'condition of torney. I '. '


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Stout Men Tall Men : : ';: PBRDIDOBAYl : 3.00 Hats


Water Rose to.
Height .

Short" Ment Eight Wind or Was Ten,Terrific.,Feet Ihd 'CITY Will CLAIM OF ,MOBIlE : L : ;STONE'STHE


WHARVES AND BOATS ALL Train Mound City"--Is Overwhelmingly -
'!Are invited to callnere'and see the prepara- t Passenger.on

tions we have made to fit them perfectly.No SMASHED, TREES BLOWN, DOWN LESS1 I Describes the Conditions Interested in the HABERDASHER

matter what your waist, shoulder or leg I L Man and
WRECKED-WHOLE COAST A] Caused by Hurricane. Young ,

measure.may be, you,can be fitted here just 1 ., .
\ as well as your tailor could do it, ,and at a '! (Continued From First Page.) STREET
'The.Mobl e"Register says:
Gasque Suarez
\ yesterday received
positive; saving of good money. Trouserlengths the following letter giving'the first this onnection look after the A Mbbilian who returned home Sun said fit. Louis. Oct., 10, la ,view of the

are 29,. 30 and up to. 37 inches in authentic news of tne storm along rights of the city in.'the premises and day afternoon from his vacation the enormous sale f Cooper's preparation -
in over
to being erected that he came
] Perdido prevent any buildings yesterday
Bay: now going on in this! city and the
ength. Sizes for extra stouts as high as 48THE : Alas! for poor Perdido all is over.' on the property and the attentionof Southern from Birmingham and whenwltl'.In the intense Interest which Mr. Cooper has A.B.KIRSCHBAUM&CO'SClothing
the harbor and sanitary committee 50 miles of Mobile he saw
i-We were struck about 2:30 a.m.. stirred up since! :his. arrival, a representative -
in ; I). .Thursday by a Regular hurricane and ;was also called to the matter. first evidences of the storm in the of-the Globe-Democrat spent
q j The report of the Board of Safetyto trees. The number was not
t tidal The prostrate man's Fine.
| wave. wind and sea raged the afternoon at the young
'with relentless fury till 8 a. m. and ;. the effect that it, had employed very great and'the trees appeared to headquarters watching the swarm of .......
the three parties to examine Into the condition have blown down singly there being
here like
waves were those humanity come and go
of several buildings which had rarely more than two or three pros-
of the the
-, Gulf They roaredlike thun- ,:Daring he afternoon reporter
der while the wind howled like so .been ordered repaired, was read and trate in any one place. These trees interviewed many of he callers and
filed. were mainly lyingwith the upper
from all who
many steam engines blowing out obtained statements
; their boilers. 1} For City Wharf. branches in a northwest direction. cared to give them a'8 to their experiences -
HN r A communication from a committee Those SIngle trees were to be seen It will take you quite t
i'JI STORE When the wind stopped its raging with Cooper and prepara-
i fury it left our coast 'in a' desolate 'composed of John C. Avery, John P. for a distance of. about ten miles and tions. while to make a selection
and fearful Connor and J. Simpson Reese. of then there was a stretch of countryfor selected from from our assortment
I, condition. Not a, wharf' The following are or
f boat shed, boat or anything is left 'the Chamber of Commerce,-called attention as'many more miles in which those statements being typical of, Klrschbaum clothing. Wi
to the fact.that Pensacola had there was not to be seen the slighest ."}
f The bay shore is swept, as clean as tfie general impression otf the people have so many beautiful
/a! Men's and Boys' Wear I no city wharf and was about the only evidence of a storm. This was particularly uitt.
Specialists : your hand hundreds of trees ate seen:
'up. city of any size whIch. did not posses the case in the Mount Vernon If you know anything about
rooted and laying around the house' !Mr. W. T. Bray, Hving,at 1120 :Angelic
and only through kind Providence' one. The communication, stated further neighborhood few trees being street when interviewed said: clothing at all, Klrschbaunu

Phone 225 \ 205-207 .5. PAUFOX were the houses left standing Everything that the members had intended seen prostrate in that neighborhood. : "I had suffered for many years with will catch your eye.
appearing before the. council but had The emphatic evidence of the storm I .
stomach liver and kidney trouble sev.en
\ cept the at dwelling my old and place out is'houses gone'x.-' decided lt.best to ask.the appointment began to be,apparent. some ten miles 1 Tears in fact. I had tried many Come.In and
on of a committee from'thai body in or- south of Mount Vernon and the closer' .
: but obtained help from
remedies no
'Q-_ the hill:-wharf. boat shed and all the I'
der that the two might.work togetherIn the train traveled to Mobile the
-- ,_ :Ei'i :- ':...:., trees and fences are gone. We were., wharf any medicine ,I took. I bought one
an'effort to secure a city greater was the devastation visible
.. ... I so sure the house bottle of the New Discovery medicine See Them.Whether
,...... ) ... was going that The harbor and sanitary committeewill from The car window. For miles along I and one of the Quick,Relief. After .
:Aunt A I
and with
"Johny" .and"Jap"
i consult with the committee. the railroad the trees, were prostrate ,
; using them one week. I felt,'so, won

!I and roosted retreated tnere to till the 8 smoke a. In. .before house Th'3 Marshal resignation Schad's of Resignation., Marshal C. F. Inclumps.the storm as became it were at and once the apparent violenceof dertully improved I can hardly believeit your suit you or not.are. It ready win for&
I Iand to
More Trade : possible. I am very grateful
1.1.More\ Light II IIf I The could"Jessie"face the blinding rain. Schad to become 'effective November from the number of trees blown down. Mr.: 'Cooper. He has a wonderful med t_ you good to look at them.
is laying between the
1, was read and accepted.; In this connection Some of them were lying,fiat upon the icln ."
work shed and the big oaks,the two '
It an application for appoint! earth- some had had their upper Another caller Mrs. Clara Yohe.llvingaL1&i0Locnststreet.hesalth,
skiffs, Fs. and 'mine are ouried deep meat was read from Deputy Marshal. halves torn off as by a twisting wind.

more trade means" ,mor :1 under indlscribable masses :of wreck-' M: B. Frank. but It was,'laid on the whiJe) the lower half appeared not to "I had suffered with stomach trouble
y f is there age and the "Maude" filled and held table Alderman Muldon asked for In. have bean even loosened at the roots. for several years. I was SO' bad the -WhiteNix
profits. light 1 to her mooring. The work shop ,and" formation as to how the vacancy was: Fences were prostrate, too, in all directions last year I could not eat anything at ,

:: fore a good investment. Let .. i' tools, fishing tackle such ,as cast filled and was Informe by appointment but with a single exception, alL I could not digest my food and

; : install '. nets poles. .lines, lumber, nails were, by the mayor by consent. of, the the.hous appeared to have escaped had severe pains In my'stomach,'mostof
\ us a all swept into the swamp and are In, ,counciL I injury. One house had a row of beautiful the time. I dId' ,not sleep well and OUTFITTERSTour

a terrible mixture of wreckage .nd New Committees Named. : though small, umbrella china had severe headaches at times. I
T t
i loss:; Some of the,piling matk where Mayor Bliss named the following trees on the front and eastern side. have tried many remedies and have Worth Your Each
Gas Arc Lamp for $7,00. | .our nice wharf stood. All fences are aldermen] on committees, which were All about this house large pine trees I been to a number .of physicians, I Money's or Monej
II IIi i laid flat not a l/nina tree left. Many' recently created by. the- 'adoption. of' were prostrate; their upper branches bought some ,of this : man 'Cooper's!
other trees are uprooted and leaves new rules:: : almost touching the fences surrounding I preparations. ,I feel greatly benefitedand
Pensacola Gas Company : : and straw on"'Le trees'look like they Printing and Publishing Sol Cahn the,little cottage, but the rows of haTe gained steadily in flesh since Florida and Alabama
had been scalded and all are' trashed chairman John'"ChristIe, J. :M. Mul china trees appeared not even to have using: the medicines. I have not a
+ ': off. All trees are pointed westward don.Public I lost a leaf and the house bore'no visi trace of stomach trouble left and have
: Phone"148. 24 and 27f.Gaden__ Street., :1,and ten hours longer duration of; the. Parks and Ways-F., G. Ren-, Lie' signs of the passage of a storm. come heer to think Mr. Cooper." LAND COMPANY

!... .. .... .+.++ ++ .....+.4++ .t.t. ..' +...4WCLOYHES .+.+.+ 1'hurricane would have laid them all. shaw chairman, 'Wm. Hays- J.' E. This little cottage was no exception to Mr. C. A,-Taylor of 4220 FInney avenue
down; Watson. ; :i the general rule, for there was but said: "I have been Buffering Manufacturers of
'With all this Aunt A. and I areS Public Buildings and City Property one house seen, that showed the 'evIdence with severe stomach trouble for several and Dealers In

: WESTERN UNIONRESTORES 'thankful that. our lIves' and house Oscar E. Maura. chairman, Jas. Mc-, of.tQnn an#..tJi.1s..one was years and owing to the nervous LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES
CLEANED AND PRESSED.. .I :were spared. Every: other'family has Huh. W. B. Wrirht.: "''lid 't-<'i I awry as though the 'wind had started conditions caused by this trouble, 'I, ,AND KILN,DRIED SAP.

: To have your fall and winter c1 : the same sad story to' tel. and some Fire and Pollc --'ohn: 'Christte,1chairman to 'twist it1 around"but.had passed on could: not sleep., The only relief I obtained
cleaned! pressed and n'pl red. and the.1 SERVICE/ : worse. T'nwaves beat against the ,Wm Hays. Oscar E. Maura. without completing job. was when up and walking --
good condition send them to us. dwel- C. M. Covington Chosen. around. I tried everything heard of I
do everything In that 1 Ane' and Noble, iiandolph and Howard Closer to Mobile the dense under i
our work. Ladies* work a specialty. Gentlemen -! :lings sending spray all over the The mayor called' the council's attention growth along the tracks through the I for"stomach trouble, but nothing gave C
'a memoerehlpates.. del1vered.1 roofs. At Hallways the water was! to the act that-'the'. term of marshes looked as though they. had me any relief. heard so much of.this TYPEWRITERREPAIRS
month.Pi\one 1371.AU work called a''r and FOUR .WIRES' WERE IN USE YES- neck deep ,in their yards: and the office of J. M Pfelffer &&&taember of II been pressed over by some heavyweight man Cooper that I decided to try hismedicine

ESCAMBIA PRESS&NG CLUB. I Randolph's had a narrow. escape to the Board of Bond :Trustees had ex- bling'dragged; over them I have used several bottles
STREET, I TEIWAYND NO FURTHER pired. C. M Covington w 'the The and noticed a decided improvementalmost
9 E.WALTER INTENDENCIA I high ground. s unan general trend of everything in
MOULTON.: MANAGER. INTERRUPTION AN. II i All the land from near Rans *o the'i imous choice of the council for the po the way of vegetation that was 'down Immedlatelv I a..m.now entirely I IHaving

i coast was a raging..sea of breakers sition. 'I was northwest, but there were many 'cared, and.feel tiapier- than I haveor

.. MEN ARE LEARNING THAT BY TICIPATED.! I The Cawthorn house was washed Tax Collector J C. WhUlnsr! asked I instances where large' trees were ly- ( several years." .secured the services of an tt
BY LIFE ASSURANCE down and wrecked. Mr. Robt. Ran- for an Increase in salary to the same I Ing In every direction of the compass )lr.. John Schenk of fill N. 12th pert repairer. we beg to notify the public
incomes are maintained mortgages 'dolph's store was knocked: into splInt. amount being received by' the tax as What struck the'observer, as well as' street when'questIoned., said: T have that.we are now prepared to overhaul
d&bts secuned. undew poed sessor. The request was referred to several of'his fellow had eight years of suffering and sleepless adujust or rebuild all makes of typewriten
protected, The Western Union yesterday at ers and its contents scattered about ,p eeengerswas and adding machines and cash regis
the account of stomachtrouble
finance ; nights
enterprises guarded business rendered noon again restored its service, having all up in the woods. all badly damagedand committee., the fact that the majority of the trees on ters. AH work guaranteed. Estimates fl:1.
headaches. I have
and used
safe Investments given permanent succetded wiresin many hundred feet from water. which had fallen were the largest Telephone ua and we will send tot
,' lue. and cap'tal preserved. A policy in :getting four INTERVENTION one bottle of Cooper's preparation and pour machine. or call and make an exam
:! smashedon trees in the forest Tffe small scrub
Mr. Kee had both
all this operation ,dnnag:: the. afternoon t now rest every night.; I have not a nation[ and estimate.
fin THE EQUITABLE does his launches, from the rapid rise OF U. oak which at some points lined theraIlroad
and more-provides for the family af.1ter and last night two operators were COSTLY thick trace of stomach trouble left and have
of water which a perpendicularline masses were prac-
until The on "
:kept busy a laterour. been immensely benefited!
death. Send us your name every way.
age sour and dress.KNOWLES I Western Union' managed to maintaina will reach 8 to 10 feet. A Wfeshingtin speoato- !, tha New tically unhurt:, thus giving the Impression Mr. S. p. Httchings, living at 2145 PensacolaTypewriter
that the force of
clear wire the first week after the Nothing to equal the storm I has York World says greatest the Franklin avenue ma.de'the following!
BROS.. Insurance storm but the recent winds have been known here for perhaps 40 or American Intervention will cost wInd was. some SO to 60 feet above the statement:. "I have suffered with
-' -- -- -- the wires 50 if not longer. Everything Cuba a pretty penny. At the. lowest ground .
-- blown more trees across years. rheumatism for 30 years. I was 'StIff Exchange
and caused further breaks and inter denotes desolation. but we are happyto estimate it is $25,000 a. day now and in all my Joints.GO that I could hardlyuse
: Ice Coal Charcoal and ruptions. The manager; however, say that there have, bean no deaths It is not likely to grow less, ; in fact, MAY URGE AN them. have tried Cooper's remedy PHONE 1369
kept an operator at Flomaton and that we have heard of. The wind H is likely to be more.. Unless the INCOME TAXA and have come, here to:thank him

Wood again ran a messenger on the train picked up big bench on the gallery jCubaas cooperate better with the and purchase more, as I can now handle 313-315 Brent Building
yesterday and day before or Pensa- and slammed it against one of the provisional government than they are Washington special to the New myself perfectly after using the

Delivered anywhere in the cola would again have been entirelycut columns, knocking it against the end doing now It will be necessary to In- York Press says: preparations one week. I feel, better
off by telegraph. cf the house. stall Americans In some of the minor Believing that legacies and incomes than'1 have for years."

city. We can supply you in Manager Crockett expects all wlrea With best wishes I am, respectfully, offices and Americans in office down should be taxed and contribute their lAmel'a! Leonard living at 1530 Sals Just Received.

- anyquantity and.our service north to be in full operation by to A. SUAJREZ.FOOTBALL: .' In Cuba have proved costly.; just share to the national revenue. bury street said"I have suffered forthe
Macaroni, Sweet Oil Cheesw
Phone night, and the work' to the stations: I Charles E. Magoon's salary as Gov, President Roosevelt. It is said will past ten years with stomach trouble Dill Imported Pickles, Sauer Kraut. Mackerel C,A
aLways prompt. east Is being pashed as rapidly as ernor will be $25.000a ".year-the have introduced in and passed by the headaches, dizziness and 'kidney fish. Pigs Feet. Spanish Onions, TCot
363. possible. same as Palma's as president. He next Congress a bill having that end trouble. I have beentreated 'by a Bread French Navy Bread. Ereryttirf

will have despotic authority. If he in view. To arouse public interest in number, physicians and have used fresh Witch and Hazel.new II.00 per caUon.
THE EAGLES WILL GIVE THEIR chooses to pay out enormous sums the subject of such taxation and to all kinds of medicine nothing did me
I E., G. SEWELL, BALL THURSDAY NIGHT, OCT. 11, Princeton! 52. Lehlga 0). for high class men In the civil 'service meet, the wave of radicalism now any good. My appetite was very nr Marine Grocery Company..
26 N. TARRAGONA STREET FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE Pennsylvania 47. Franklin fe'Harvard and Marshal of the government he can do so. sweeping over the country the Presi- regular any my back:: pained me great V. J. VIDAL, Manager.Something

STORM SUFFERERS., 6. As law officer of the Insular bureauof dent Is hopeful. If rumor be true, that ly. In fact my life was a misery to me

27, Bates 6. the war, department Magoon Tendered the issue ,of taxing legacies and Incomes all the time. I suffered with. nervous-
1- GLASS Yale' 12, Springfield Manual Train- a large number of" opinions on should be argued fully and ness and loss of sleep. I have used
AND GLAZING. Ing School: 0.University the rights and duties of an interven fearlessly in this campaign. Heal- two bottles of the New ,Discovery
1 E. B. WELLS, 10 E. INTENDENCIA. of Virginia '.3*., Ran ; lag government and he -will be in admirable wlys'ha believed that the decision of medicine This morning,:an. immense
JT'Pt dolph-Macon College 0. shape to make precedents the Supreme Court upsetting the In. tapeworm, passed from my system. New
Navay Academy 1%, Maryland Agricultural for himself if he finds it desirable to come tax in President Cleveland's ThIs 'baa undoubtedly been the cause

CAPT. BROADBENT 0. do so. No public,official was ever so time was wrong and under existing of all my sufferings;'and I am very

happily placed.! President Roosevelt conditions it ,is said he believed the grateful" to this man' wbo has relievedme. ,

DISLOCATED ARM himself cannot change a decision of courts will uphold such a law. FineThat's
.. In ; Something
spite of the
J the Provision Governor. All he can ills reference in his Harrisburg assertions made by
do is to put another In his place speech to the "swollen fortunes" enjoyed various physicians that Cooper is a
In addition to the governmental by? the favored; few in this country -fad: who will soon die out, the young
WAS STEPPING FROM WHARF TOj k expenses within the Island there are fs accepted as a hint that the man eems to, be gaining even greater what we areputting

PENROSE WHEN STUMBLED 'j :e'et. the military expanses incurred by President would be pleased if Charles It headway is estimated as his visit that draws four to thousand a -close on the mar-
>- officers F.. Hughes and other candidates
army laths! and
country amounting -
fT1 people called on him yesterday. ket. It's in the shapeof
AND FELL. I now to about $25,000a day. speakers now on the stump in New

J == 1t1 ", These, of coarse are out of Governor York would sound the note in this a small, all-Ha-

./ ::a Magoon's purv:ew, but ,unless Secretary state >campaign, to the end that it courts In event of the
j'W enactment of
cents cigar. -
\ lil Ro t's definit'on might gain strength for the national vana
rir the
Captain Broadoent the ,well known ,:::=; legal such' legislation next winter the
commander of foe life saving crew. ,status of an intervening government campaign which will follow it. President, bearing in mind the fact It is called
was painfully injured yesterday after-;, Is disregarded the excess of cost of The President regards income and that the courts declared to be unconstitutional
noon, when he dislocated his arm DY 1 \ the, army will be charged to the Cuban inheritance tax legislation as being the Democratic

\\f .1 I falling on the cutter ,Penrose. Thej! I republic. more vitally important Just now than ting a tax of 2 per cent on law incomesin put The Gonzalo

captain in company with Supt. Hutch.( :. i1o.t1trn Washington is curious to know tariff legislation. If his position has excess of $4000 is anxious, it is
ins, Lieut. Bryan. \V. H. Haistead and what Secretaries Taft and Bacon been stated fairly. It Is'said he con- said to have another test case 'tried. "Babies"

several others was to make a trip on w re thinking of when they sent for templates such a law more for the even though the question could not be
the Penrose across to the temporary : : their wives to come to Cuba. It is ,purpose .of reducing large fortunes decided definitely during his adminis
station.. As ha stepped from the I- : known that President Roosevelt was than to obtain revenue for the Federal tration. It is manufactured

wharf to ,the railing of the vessel he C/) surprised when he learned of it. Apparently government. and
Copyright 1906 stumbled and fell striking the deck. as It seemed the two Secretaries Relative to possible action by theYOu' Phone No. 178 expressly us
I ,TIM Hou*'of Kupp nh liM. An examination showed that the were under the Impression that is a winner. Call for

right arm had been dislocated but they were, to spend ihe .winter in the Is NowYorking.. them. They are the
. 3-Button fortunately Dr. Halstead was one of Cuban capital, which is a. delightful Sol Cahn & Co.

Square Cut Sack. those in member.the party and set the dislocated The "FIatIron".Brnd winter resort. Can Trust NOTICE. = best yet.

j : Generous In length a perfect are noted for"individuality and ttr FIRE DEPARTMENT HAD healthy' stomach with all kinds of The Peniacola Electric Company have
fit around neck and shoulders tailor-made fit. The best New TWO RUNS YESTERDAY.As good food for it Is then In proper remoTed to temporary office room S2S ;V -
5 and with a "Kuppenhelmer" label. Belt. For Men f:roe York tailors make these trousel'Li i was expected the cold weather condition to extract, all the strength. to 323 Brent building -
:- _a tailor-mad suit without thetailor's One of the little luxuries No tailor could make better ones 'J. W. LEADLET
a man brought fires
high price. may and yesterday the 'fire enlnc and life sustaining qualities, but Manager.
$16.00 to 2750. indulge In this time.of year as a part department had two runs, one early, when it is weak conditions are reversed _ TheLewis
51 ., of his wearing apparel a belt costing Sold in by in the morning and. onejast. night and urn become weak and run Move to Brent Building.
Auafield & Brent the
$50t says the'New York Press. These WHITE NIX.CLOTHIERS about 7 o'clock._ hare offices In the Brent architects building ,rooms now
v circlets are usually made of the finest The first blaze was on North'Tarragona down.Hosteller's 512-314. Bear Co.

kind of blade.leather, but that Is not 29 South Palafox St. street, opposite the;.gas works .
where a store and cottage occupiedby
where the expense comes in. The buckles ,
BY' colored people were'Mdly damaged Stomach Bitter'smakes BALL THURSDAY NIGHT,OCT. 11,
are made of gold as are all of the MADE \ FOR THE. BENEFIT OF THE Wholesale Dealers,
CASH CLOTHIER mountings and. though there is nothIng .. stomachs healthy 'without fall, STORM .
'KILPATI ICK' t F ILasg. night the depar&nent was Poor
garish about them they have the BLOCH BROS. &, thus. curing: Appetite,

; tar Pilifoi aDd MaIn.i appearance of elegance and that Is 17.19 Waverly Place, ,New YorK.jjjj&jjjj'jij.., called to Muscogee 'W'barfpear' ; which tion,,Dyspepsia, Headache, GLASS Pensacola, Fla.
I a small cottage had caught from a de Ills. Indlgea-I .
l' ness (lr Female. Try it AND GLAZING.: : ,

what man persons appreciate. _u __, t ti fective.flue and waa... !badly. damaged. Airproggists.: E: B- WEJ.LS-10'' INTENDENCIA. -
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