The Pensacola journal.

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The Pensacola journal.
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Daily journal
Added title page title:
Pensacola news-journal
Place of Publication:
Pensacola, Fla.
Mayes & Co.
Mayes & Co.,
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v. : ill.


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Newspapers. -- Pensacola (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Escambia County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
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In March 1897, the Pensacola Journal was started as a weekly by William Marion Loftin. The Pensacola Journal became a daily in 1898. With competition from other Pensacola papers, the Journal's coverage included a large part of Florida. In 1922, the Pensacola Journal was purchased by John H. Perry, who in 1924 also acquired the newspaper's main rival, the Pensacola Evening News. For the next six decades, the Pensacola Journal continued to appear mornings and the Pensacola News evenings. Both newspapers remained extremely competitive. A combined Sunday edition published as the Pensacola News Journal also became available. A consolidated newspaper, also known as the Pensacola News Journal, began operations on June 3, 1985, and continues to the present. Pensacola is the seat of government for Escambia County, the westernmost city in the westernmost county of Florida. The city sits on Pensacola Bay, connecting to the Gulf of Mexico. Since the early colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was already one of Florida's four largest cities. The big news covered by the local Pensacola press in 1898 was the beginning of the Spanish-American War. The Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them troops under Teddy Roosevelt, who passed through Pensacola on his way to Cuba through Tampa. In the years following the war, the United States secured the peace in the Caribbean through naval patrols and maneuvers based out of Pensacola. In the early part of the 20th century, Pensacola experienced tremendous growth. The population doubled to nearly 23,000 between 1890 and 1910. A new Spanish Renaissance-style city hall was built in 1908. Two years later, the American National Bank building--at 10 stories, Pensacola's first skyscraper-- was completed. The same year marked the construction of the San Carlos Hotel and a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had 21 miles of paved streets, and the first modern hospital opened three years later. In 1916, the city began operating its first motorized fire truck, and by 1924 it had replaced all of its horse-drawn firefighting equipment. The Pensacola Journal covered the cycles of boom and bust that characterized the city in the years that followed, as well as the renewed growth after the Second World War.
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Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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INSUrBO T iLS 1M1 THE 3Marblheiead. Mass., Sept. L-Three
T American boats saMed ac&csw the fnish.
VARIOUS MPOVINCE line in to-day's race for tho*e !wvelt
cup well In advance of the three Ger-
man challengers. The Vim, owned by
Commodore Heark of the American
Havan, Sept. 5.-The pee pro Yacht Club. of New York. won the con-
pos118 alnt making any progress. test through brtilant windward work,.
General mIoocal has been consulting coupled with splendid ftnping qualities.
Caramba was seco4, thirty-two .seconds
with local b aess men and a f behind th Vim. wUe the Auk, winner
politllela but nothing definite has re- of Monday's race, was third. Of the
suited.. The. ecWtire oenlmitte5 of German challengers the Wansee did the
the moderates of the National Asem- best work, but none of them seemed to
bly met this evniuL which 14 reard- have a chance with the American yachts
ed as an enouragint sign. General at any staNe
Memocal this afternoon asked Senator
Zayms, precedent of the liberal party,
to atted the conference with the ob. L L
Jeet at of dimus ing the situation.
A 0oBmitteeovf eter*as today start. 10 DHF GU LTT
ed to visit, respectively the insurg-
ents in Ae provinces of Santa Clara i
whether tbey were wilHng to ceaae IN GETTING I
bomtllitle oa the basit of a 'proposl.- /
tion to hold municipal elecuons with- A imi
In sixty days and the holding of a 111
general am, ty for everybody con. lll
cerned in theit revolution. The same
Spropoatitons wil be submitted to the
Executive committee of both popU- ti
c al parties. By Assloated Pre.



By Assmocated Proes.
Sea Girt, N. J., Sept. 5.-New York
the winner of the three previous com-
petitions of the national team match,
took the lead today at the close of the
second period oft the match, which-
began yesterday. Massachusetts con-
tinued to hold second place and New
Jersey, which finished In the lead yes-
Urday, fte back to eighth. Only the
eight hundred yards stage and the two
indred yards rapid are stage were
enmpleted today. A skirmish run was
started. Weather conditions today
were perfect and many spectators
were preseut



By Asgesiated Preos.
Portsmouth, N. ILH., Sept. 5.-At the
mine hour that the treaty of PoAt,..,uth
which ended the war between Japan and
IRuala, was signed here a year ago
tablet was unveiled to-day to perpetuate
the memory eof the event.
To-day was observed as "Pesce Day"
br the ringing of bells, several hundred
People being present and with ea-pwri-
It# exercises celebrating the first ni-



By Aeqsistad Preos.
Bellingham, Washa., Sept. L.-The
United States eruser BotWn, which
ias damaged m Peabody rook. win make
a start for remerton to-morrow uder
het own steam The divers to-day found
the leak In the bhM Snd the flow of water
was so nearly iebked that sno further
bage is feared.



llftr Ny, N. L--pt G-O re
Oiele, 'twho has 1 ee fl w it
bail on the ebar.. at winner sdmso the

Washington, Sept. 5.-It is now said at
A.te State Department -that there will
probasly be so #Icuty In fetchbig Paul
.8tessAtd, thb defalting banker awe
from Morocco on any merchant vessel,
provwlding the ship does net touchlf at ft
* eah port. There Is no provision In the
existing extradition treaties between
this country and France for the sur-
render of persons guilty. '.of' emtbesxIe-
ment, the technalal charge against
Stensland. No difficulty will be met
if the fugitive is brought Into
Gibraltar or a Spanish or Portugese port,
because treaties will permit his sur-
render. *



By Asseelated Press.
Bath. Maine, Sept. 5.--Wiiam Taft,
Secretary of War, addressed a Jae au-
diesce here to-anight ea was given an
enthus vOic reception. It was Secre-
tary Tat's only appearance la the Maine



By Amsted Prees.
Omaha, Neb., Sept. .-W J. Bryan
aoe mpamied by Mrs. Bry and party of
Nebraskans which mpet them In New
York, arrived here en route to Lioln
this attemue bst m m eis ed less than an
hour and did at leave the station. Sev-
eral thousand mas greeted Mr. Bryan
and he spoke briefly toeaf a carrM NI



y Aseelats Propa.
Anmisto, Ala., t. 5.-ire started
by fgtalmg this after@ oo e ed the
war he the Weedeoek mals. The
boaing ometated four humared bale of
oettn valusd at thirty thouad dollars.
ftuy hsied.

(Willam 9reemas, &bar, was
rtsted wo ,tWaaleO s yaeerday.
changed wih the U E a prof
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Nib Unite ,,f Sil l m aW it s,
By .Assocted rs y Assoated Press. By Asscated
Uttle Rock. Spent. .-The executive communication embodying the whole N H Ot-
committee of the Southern Cotton Asseo- RPRESENTATIOM WILL BE government program was published to- IZD BY ELECTION OF J. ERN.
elation, wll hold Ita annual meeting In 1 Tnight The program embraces court Grn.
ot rins beg g to-ADEmorrow TO- MW Y UNITED martial or political crimes, increases the EST SAARS AS CHAHtMAN AND
Hotwill pringsobably be in sensing to-morrow and .AA RELA penalties for circulating the revolutionary o m o m-
will probably be in session several days. TATE BASOAO RE"A. propaganda and expresses a A1rm deter- The killing of sim Mamas near Umff W. A. BLOUNT, JR., AS S6CRB
At this meeting the association will TIVE TO CAPT E OF THE A.LO. mination to preserve order. It also Springs by William Liston some weeks TARY-RULES OF THE. EXHIBIT
name a price %at which the present crop promises a liberal measure of reforms ago will be given a thorough investiga-
should be marketed. The d on wiOCAL EMEN ARE and says that useless restrictions on the tion Monday by County Solicitor Loftin, AS ADOPTED.
Sbaed u tdhe s duofcon "Jews will be abolished forthwith. Great- who has summoned the witnesses i this
be baed upon the supply of cotton on GEATLY INJTF.D IIN CASE. er provincial autonomy is promised and case to appear, before him. and it de-
hand the world's demand and the present Zemstvoe will be introduced in Poland ends upon what develops at this inves-
outlook for the growing crop The re nd the Baltic provinces. Reforms in po- tigation whether or not Linton will be The first meeting of the commltte
port of the investigation of charges By Pres. lice and other service are also promised. triedat the term of the Criminal Court having In charge the armra ements
against certain officers of the assoelation Washlngton, e --The State hich convenes nexthweek. He is now for the big Horse Show on Septembet
at AMInta will also be considered. eprtment etcal ed AmTaTTIa Astr of "emansl hter.butKit c:n s th, was he" lat evening.
Thompson at exlSew ty, to i ne- TROTTING AND licltor deemsa It advtisable after hearing one a the committee was enths'a.
gl ate the recent aels e by thr Mexi- the statnents of the witnesses, he will tie and entered into the work with a
NEGRO BOY W AS can government of the American i IInot ca the cae in the criminal court vm that Insures the suceem of the
N "ng smack Aloha near the coas: of RUNNING RACES but await an investigation at the hands event The committee organised by
HtrT I A' II. T YC"atan. of the next grand jury. the election of J. Ernest Baars as
HO TVI L OST IIG lT Ib he government todt received a The case of J. B. Vaughn may also chairman and W. A. Blount, Jr., sen,
telegram from the muager of the ARE BEING ARRANGED FOR THE come up at this term of court, but as yet rotary. Much of the preliminary wo.
Gulf Fwsheries Co., .t a alveston, g.v. It is not definitely known, for the reason was done last night, the date of the
WAS STANDING AT SHOOTING ng a statement of the facts exactly KUPFRtAN PARK TRACK FRI. that the mandate of the supreme court, show being confirmed, rues govern
oorreaponding with the press dis- which reversed the decision of the lower ltg the event adopted and a program
GALLERY WHEN RIFLE WAS patches. Be states that the vessel DAY AFTERNOON, court and remanded the case back here planned. It is poosatle that other
became becalmed and drafted within for trial, has not yet been received. rings or classes may be added to the
ADCIDENTALLY FIRED. a marine league of the Mexican shore. It should be received Mr. Vaughn will be program should it be found there is 1
Mr. Thompson ws Inetrucce to ob- th trotting and running races are arraign upon the charged malagh- demand for them.
Statn' an officIal resert of the case and the program forth regular week y ter during the term. The program adopted Is as follows
John Reed, a negro boy, was ehot make proper represeniation to the racing event at Kuptrran's park rI- With the exception of these two cases,
last night on West Zarragossa- street ia government. day afternoon, and SU &AternOOnofcourt at this term,, there are no cases 1ratela to te called at 2:36
at Jadnlevl' Ehooting gallery with a enjoyment is promised those who a y importanceto be tried and the o'okes p. M. a
rifle which was accidentally dib. LOCAL lNTEREST4N at the track. I term will be a short one. Hssnesa Geldlnge-Single
charged. The bullet struck near the SEIZURE BY MEXICO Already the Driving Asociation has h rness Golding di vehicle.
back pt the head, and came out about arranged two trotting races and one Tobel shown to any d of nv

The boy was stftding with a crowd of veston by the Meulean~authorI- there is now much interest In racing E A 1 elve speed not required or to cownt.
of others at the shooting ga lery ties upon the charge of poaching. herelI .. NSaddle Horse.
watching the shooting. Captain Mayo, caused much talk amng the Asher- In addition to the races there will To be judged by their conformatlo s
who is master cI a L sing vessel, was men and along the wharves yesterday, be an exhibition of -fst pacing when : iaW ty, Assme, eetion and gais.
one of tloe *inrgatothen netssad te "Xs5il ,-.............Lad~eTurnou.
for another. 3w handlfiitnthe sm-isthiwoo as they tt t tnki ne 2 e madtee L l on re:
mer struck *ome object asd It was dis. seized vessels without any nce 2:211-2. acsompanted by gentleman. florse
charged, the ballet striking tho boy, theat they were engaged ton fishing, bat to coutt 50 per cent vehice an
who was standing. a few feet ditantj ust b eause theo happened t -be t pegs, 25 per cent driving 'bllty 23
09taW -Mayo wg arrested. that tVme within tFs boundary lines. r S 'uc.._
Ali MayP go ER Rh Pf Ppl^^^o ARNOLD SERRA Lonlea Other than Shetland-4n H
l*I1.a Le well as other -Olf ports 'have .n-
fORMER OTFICR trncins not. to g Intoe Mexicanw DIED YETERDAY
tervItcry, for the owners have no e-. L To be driven by boy or girl not
k DaSjk OM DTsimre to get their vessels into trouble E imf e All 'l A Over sixteen years of age, pony alone
SBANI SHORTI w the exIcan government I. o U. to be considered. To be judged by
the fishermen c re to have the'r Arnold Berra, the eight-yearold son m conformation, quality, manners. action
catches seized and they carried t of Mr and Mrs. A. Serra, died at an ai W ema i ii gait, and general adaptaillty.
By Assolated Proe. Mexico, with the prospect ct remain- early hour yesterday morning at the F"i leet Light Harness Mere.
Ing- u there for an indefni perold. ho e of his parents, No. v11 North un 1 o To r be shown to any fourwheel r
Memp ih, Sept. -A. special- o Consequently it is not believed that DeVillier street, after a short illness Judges to consider style, action. ma.
VWthbowrg says that G. 8. Adams, form- t1ere has been any violation of the of typhoid fever. ners, gait and beauty of form.
early assistant cashier of the Cte's laws, but whenever a Mexican n- The deceased was taken II less than Yestelrday was plea day In the Crim- Pair in Harness.
National Bank was arrested to-night for boat happens to eatc)i a smack within two weeks ago and grew worse rapid- haal Court, Judge Pegaisorfedmaires orngelnso
an alege shortage of forty-eeiht thou- the boundary she proceeds to seize ly, death ending his suffering at 3:30 and ive negroes held in the county Pairs of mares or geldings a
a aos" a&" wita the beak while he was the vessel, as was the case of the o'clock yesterday morning jail on various charges. went before or gelding, to be shown to approprs
poyedt the t on ilas Stearns, of this port The parents have the sympathy of the court and entered pleas at guilty. ate trap, surrey or ieto Horse
The following sp al bearing on the many tfriaends In their bereavement. Among these was ,lorence Moorme ust be a mpren; general appoint
40 ure of theGaeston mac The funeral is to occur this morn- alas tte An ," wo within a few coun5 p cent
40 Tcpublished yesterday: ie b ng at 9 o'clock and interment In St. weeks made a record as a criminal eandts, 25 per cent. i le n
WINS BIG STAKE Mn"cgra Mhn o c tie b Fi' ca ay ble. She oand Pbns In Single
S0 Pelimpeny of this city, f'o t he 's, .MAIg gone into lmo ses on there of a, dvs b b shown ori t
captain of the smack AMobs, which T M P I MTI _R_ eouEtee years of age.
stateAs that that vesseE has been mise I .r I U tunity would make away with all the Lady Rider.
Aaated Pre ed by the Mexican transport Progues. valuaMes and money sh; coulj get Judges to consider style, ease ann
New York, Sept. 5.-The surprise of so. wtsle lying at anchor, eouet Orf 9U Ue LURE ES l er hand. on. Several weeks since ability of rider.
the year came n the great ally stakes close into Arenae Reef. she went before vhe court to enter a Combination Horse.
at Sheepshead Bay to-day when Killaloe. "The captain also stated that he and plea of guilty, but it was not accept- Ms e rven and then ridden.
a forty to one shot, easily defeated the I his men are In friendly han.s and that ed, It being thought desirable to allow t. be udr conformation stylr.
Keene entry, Court Dress. The stake was there will hardly be a repetition of The maximum temperature yesterday her to reflect over the matter. She Tobe Judgednral adtabrlatio to tw
worth ten thousand dollars. the Imprisonment and cruelty prsc. was so90 degrees at noon, according to rid not change her mind, however, and g .* a general a.p y o t
ticed on American sailors of the Gal- weather bureau records, while the mini- pleaded guilty to grand larceny, be- pups.elor
ALL MONEY AT v.ton., Pensacola and Mobile fishing mum temperature was 7 degree" at< 6 g sentenced to remain In the State Btsali on, mare or eldin to bh
m t a* fe mor nthS ago Since the maximum temperatre was 88 degrees ag e.
A HI H Fi tUR o th e a smacks ne time and the minimum 74 degrees. hers who pleaded guilty were Br their Individuality, quality, sty.e, an
A HIGH FIGU R th o they have continued to fsl h i n In his daily summary of weather con- gene Curry, for gamblln, and costs trueness to type shown.
the lamie localities but have carefully editions, Observer Hare yesterday said: o serve 45 days; and "Judge" Brit. Parade.- 1
observedte three mile limit set out '"he 5reaof h*rh pe ssure central over tn f the same offense, was sen- Parade of al prie-winning o
*y Associated Pie. Secretary Root as free water for the lake reason yesterday morning han unced to pay a fine of $16 and costs on the grounds.
New York. Sep. oeyo all fishee gradually overspread the entire east and l60 day Wlil I wi d Rules Governing Exhibition.
One l t wo E hunde and aifty thbdou hal b eohebe captain states he pres srp e over ',he New Eongand charging firearms in public, $25 or 60 The committee adopted the folio
Ond dollarstwoa madree ad fo ty thou- had become becalmed and drifted tor states. Cooler weather prevails as a re- days; St. James Hawthorne, assault Ing rules to govern the exhibiton.
seat dollar was made at forty and some about on mile and a balf O the shore uit over the southeast and east anl and battery, $5 and costs or 30 days. 1. All horses entered mut be pra
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sall loans at .L and dropped anchor to await sum- rain fall was general in the southeast The MUnicip .U tiay souna row tO e pur,-t-t .u,
cent wind to move out to the fishing portion of the United States, from Texas Twenty-six cases were docketed for which they are shown.
ground when taken by the Mexican to the Atlantic ocean. Corpus Christi re- trial in the municipal court yesterday 2. The first class will be called
NEW N T vessel. Manager Munn at oncee not- ports 3.2 Inches Tampa 2.50 Inches morning before Recorder Aney. f01 promptly at 2:30 o'clock. . Exhib
NAEW w ed Secretary Alot of the seizure and Nashville 1.68 inches, and Meridian 1.44 this number one defendant was dis- itors must inform themselves when
Sthe t ts connected therewith as faRf Inches. charged six cases continued, one sen- their classes will be called and horse
OfF CREST VIEW lukmwn here." "An area of low barometer is forming tence suspended and fines i posed must be in show ring promptly aftet
over Montana and warmer weather pre- amounting to $4. being called.
valls in Oklahoma, Nebraska and South new Suete Filed. S. Entries close at 12 o'clock noon,
Te- ATTRACTIONS rUK Dota. The fowig e w suite were filed Tuesday September 25th.
-eel toe The Jae'tla AT TR C I N fOR D"Lca conditions will probably result yesterday In the oioe of The clerk ot 4. Entries should be made on re a
Cresktiew, .-The MPNs nal In showers Thursday." ihe cireuAt eort: la entry blanks.
B a r oa DI tk s las le d I STATE FAIR R fT. .. h. e .. &&..5l .o entrance tee will be cbme d
swraml saviMa- am s Cretview. .. .. .. damages $10; Avry & Avery, at- In any class.
RO. P. Woodruff spent the rst prt t t m FW ITEMS torney fr pil f. IL hibitors will be furnished en
ett last week hre. Appreciating the fact t._t the Bay". Supply ,o.. vs. try tags for each entry made, h'
L. W. atorm passed throh em route I g late aTr, to be held at TaUps .. Western .U Teera a cor this tag must be attached to exh..ft
Sto Pisrala Frida. He Is out in the i- November 14th to 29th, will eUpass FROUM IVF 'a.O da .; Avery t before entering ring.
terest e the West Flosida P r. I to every- way ven that -of last Year VE- atton y r lit. 7. Ml!tor wil drive gfrom left
A quit weddnwas celebrated at the oofhls of the wir Assocationa right when in show rive from
e,,.e e. Mr. J. C. *ett-- Thursar determined to spare, ... No npers, except tine ,W,
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Second Bunny-How was that?
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the moers ma d th r erased their meeks
until they were a blek away. Om the
eurbstoee sat a woman with two small
poodle dogs I her la. They were (or
tale at two delirs oach. Thy were
like ay other bahy poodles, rd abe was
like amy eter we" a of her station to
Ste. That wad abseltly all. That
was what had emptied three or our
street eart of their passengers and el-
leeted a crow of t00 people.
P. .-It was In New Tork City. It
S couldn't have happened elhewher.


The tramp had been asmed to relate
some of his adventures with farmer'
dogs, and when he had compiled be was
further asked tt h was ever chased by
a bulL
"Three difereut tmes" he replied.
"Did you climb a tree or outrun them?"
"There was no tree to ellmb, and as for
outruantg 'om I knew I oeldat do it."

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The Novelist's Wife (after a quarrel)-But think
I married yon.
The Noveluft-I may have been obscure, but you d
Ing me.

how obscure you were before
Ildn't have any ,trouble In find-

"Theq you dodged around a stump per-
"No, sir. I didn't see so stumps about."
"Well, hoy did you aoe yourself for
you must have been m"vedi'
"I Justrtttred my bkel on the bulls and
let 'em come ont. Eateh oe of 'em hit 'e
full-bang and went dead with a broke
neck. That's one reason I keep out of the
pastures when I travel-I am too danger.
ous a thing for bulls to tool with."
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S -t We Isleft emd oe the faletoa'L.
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"I was In an Indiana hamlet when they
had a county election three or four years
ago," said the drummer, "and I got up
early expecting to see some excitement.
There were three or four men around the
hotel, but none of them mentioned the
election. I walked down to the polling
place, but two clerks sat in there alone.
I hung around for two hours, but no one
came to vote. At length one of the clerks
asked me It I didn't want to vote, and
when I replied that I was not a citizen of
the state he sat down with a sigh.
"I went back to the tavern for dinner,

Jesile-What grounds have yoe
Jack-He's six hundred acres of

for thinking that she love himl
the best coal grounds In the country.

h o swell not sr
.b thbika he In the earth.
f T rePime*o ef the lV~ted States isto
"B potatoes toempmto t him."
"What are his datkor'
"r tako ear of all his relative, at the
S Ame of theC peMtb eMsl sad to e.
am he mo T rlathves?"
O"o has eely got ffteen oa the pay-
tell to ate, but these my be othas
Mi My to O bi m out of the wet. They
S. ps.tahy e* t lest to the sho ae, and are
de eeameournage sunm maein"
Sf. hitat a eheonboylb at per week
a .beentlg him aup to a aalary of
14. 0 r annum ta two yearn. Alas
Omwitg a salary of t $O a year
AI "diims 6MI woat of weOk."
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aad as sao as It as eates I rnetured
to the polls. About 8 o'clock a mas came
alao and lounaged up to the wtdow and
aeb of one of the lerke:
"oWell. Joe. anything 4doag
Noap. o.nMg to voter
'No I gaes not.'
"He walked off, and fro thenee to else.
Ing time not another man appeared. I
made lmqulsaes of the clerks and found
that they alone had voted. Whm I went
'back to the tel I saM a the landlord:
*" 'Did you know that they had an elec.
tion today
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believe I was a anddate myseltfr

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d ome and work?
Tommy-Exerefe Is work yoe like to do, and work tI sexece you don't ike
to d.

Bookkeeper-Tou sida you'd raise my salary-"
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Fortunate for the :43IKN" s;s !!:tE ;ktingBuE^ W. imf. i
dim onk," h e w as p re- ecg om b al ani w u ri root protedlto ig k nd wcry be ir004.a w eove
pared for a "blast"-he 'gc te Imd rB 0E Tt ."y '. wW A L e a. *mAS blo .k more
had on his rain coat. i 0 V0l-nIVof Un & U TSg ADOT. go by THE -I ha Ba t tn r to b l n
Are you prepared for a PaW foUo0-_ v vmeo te e titm I it
blast or a storm? .... to 1 4iT--SA U. fee. As good a piece of walk of s
SOld roofacaa b coeren qiely and TM OF CMBT WALK A k indre to the city through
There is not a day out Oldo anbeWthePndla. tIt was blaldwithea gV ustdeal
There is not a day out look like new. "6Mo .p ation about THEY ARE MORE DURALL of care and expense and yet on a
of the 365 df the year Editor Penm a Journal: Valam ." ....... ii day when one goes through the Plass
that oy ma not find eo year this sctlonof the state.haa a&orwMsm Wlir I fhe would keep his 'feet dry he must
that u ben noted for its a and yr cor The matter of new sidewalks of a high- et off the sidewalk. I dare say that
our light weight rain r epondnt could not fr*o ..& day .... er grade", Is in tted In all p oer- .e not a wank of this kind In the
coat the most lucky ar- an the apple e ohars ina memo of tons of the city Just at present with the city thatdoes not hol more or iss water
oa m sto d day more than hal a r gratifying result that in many portions of In. pudle whenever it rains, unless the
enboy hot thadt daysan have t lfA. M. A ery Hardware Co. the city new walks are being constructed. sidewalk is roofed over. These walk do
ent that you can The red apple country i d. Mayor Chas. H. Bl s who has de a not wear even. as any o can ee who
for cool nights or cold eral countries of Mfsour t .a ArkansL study of the queatlon, yesterday ave the will go up and down Palaox treet
Showers. this, Jasper County, Mo., is loastg some-* (T.1 nL = and following Information to a Journal rep- fnd some blocks worn out a et deal
what in this reat industry because. of G. resentative, which will prove Interesting more than others, unlea it is a new
It's more than a -lux- the other large and lucrative products, at this tme: walk which has not had time to wear.
~nd because troubles, and expense W ood "The city ordinances require the own- The cities of the north have for years
ry-It 's a necessity. caused by insect pets, ad .an appar- era of property within certain limits to been do way w of thee klc o
ent change of conditions. the same aa Delivered anywhere in the construct a sidewalk upon a grade to be an many of them have condemned
now obtains in all the older stat. W fixed by the city engineer. The city miles of walk built of thee blocks, a
However, there are here many or- W Ca SUppy yOU in ennoer is required to'stake and mark rebuilt them with slabs of stone run-
New stock just ar- chards of from twenty to hundreds of any quantity and our service *siewal grades free of charge, for any n clear across the sidewalk.
rived. acres, though the area applesay pro pt. Phone rson deres to ild or rebuild a There are two methods of build
foategive per cent of the *W prompt Phone sidewalk. Nearly all of the sidewalks In solid cement sidewalk. One is to build
The prevailing. and most successful Va- 363. the city are six (6) feet in width except the entire walk in one piece and to make,
rety Is the "Ben Davis"the mostbeau- on P lWox street, a portion of Garden or not make, marks across the walk on
TANWAItD .'LOTI rNCL tiful, one of the poorest ever gffroWln, and street and a portion of Government top. The other method i to bi th
JT n1iISENVBI INr%- yet the best seller, and mostlarely L eet." The cetral portion of the city walk n operate blocks, which is don
used in the markets of the south. L.- G .- E L W eL, from Belmont street to the bay is known by putting a board down through the
In the midst of uoCh orchards we felt 2 AM ONA T as the "stone limits," In which It is un- cement until partially set, and an then
-inclined to throw off out coat, And fifty 26N T RR GO A.T Tlawful to build any wooden walks. The taking the board out and filling the
.....years of li.f and go Into idelking and ordinance requires the owner to keep his crevices with dry sand. This serates
OM-fT ING NEWbarrelling these beuf apple a a sidewalk in repair and he can be fined the walk nto blocks and when the hot
drinill hatt~a, 2p k cider. appe"cutting. Vesu' LI E. TH E W and imprisoned frIusing to repair it sun of summer heats the walk and ca
W. A. Gekleanbek, S 18 S. .L fact that the iiS ry-sd anniveM a One of our Pi o, It giH ves fo rt "The quest. on'iof a is an im- e ani ton the joints a little clouds
F-,_ "-of our married' was' i "r -at hand., and QU OfsM sy O i 00 thWt 6es P9UMn portante one n Pens&ac sand more good gather. and when the block colse an
COTTRELL, retracted out steps- fter a delightful Th*e Yolume is tbir, too. Wt s esy to ubstetantial s have* built during contracts iwhen the bloy draw k cools and
dahhhatanteal e haw e o. bulln.duu-nt contracts it simply draws away a small
FNE PHOTOGRAPday among the Red ge ot mus o t ut o such a p ~ o.- ytou heo past two years than any time pre- fraction of an inch and allows more dirt
PFI N seePHOTO RA. Pa J6N oTIOS. PORTER. can buy one. w and pay for It when vious in the history of the city The or sand to fall in between the blocks.
S~ Pltt ur CLUgTTR MUyou like. Ask HOUIt people are recognizing that wooden side- This practice is the only one that ha.
CTURTON iP.1 UTTE Mu Ps^Eoh I.E walks ae short lived, liable to early de withstood the frost of the north and it
TURTON S SELL Pna. -._Fla.__ e cay and, above all, thlt they are un- is the only one that will prevent a walk
PWPSlSsb JUUD AI, I _-- .. sanuita^ry. At best tha f recent an un- from finally breaking, for, the expansion
... a.. e. l-ai | SAhIstI AL& iReven surface to walk uw and furnish a and contraction In a solid cement walk
.A. M.,..I"A SAIS -I SAS- |l SAR Mharbor. for. rots and ver and disease of any considerable length will eventual-
IBuy Diebold Safe, breeding g s, and soon become dilapl- ly break it to pieces.
R30 HTl. Sa MAeM, i dated I sm' e n o 1to thea mother and There are a great many walks In the
,M.U L... er 6-by. Blesa all thl, ~lir it in the city made of a combination of brick an
Speclaib lie Ca Juualong =A the.wodn walk Is the most cement. The brick walk Is built and
Se OMTold bo ful"weatber at present ad the 0aty. ..AtPr et o are the be observed that where this has been
frequent b os tt'M 'tl a i M urowlN ests of Mr. Jamne Onowden and Brtek W ks have bee laid in --some done the cement breaks up and peal.
D. HWate W.19o left lit utht for a rigt, ist M., TM I* c t parts of the city but the ar e very un- loose from the brick. The reason for this
Virgit, whe he n pSd about to te e e r who a to M *Mary are s at home a atsfat as aof the ame that cement and bricks a tot the same Is that cement and brick do not expand
two weeks sttSg i Sr. cut for It kees- *M eWts wht aftr a weeks visit wtth friends at hardnea sad they wear unevenly, and It alike with heat. especially where the
two weds Vitin h "he weather wit be, -." It 4 Ws rff GrOMtve. Is but a sort time that the brick side- brick lies upon the ground and absorbs
The sm tk Agelena with 15,000 bout.ver g y t 4 'ourA J es owede ad M s Mkg S walk wears so it is soon full of holes, moisture. The difference in the expan-
9pcws at se iippN I, .Md thte OlviarT W ur eho ~enoed the st of Spare were the guests of MrT. Thomas that will retain water every time It rains. sion and contraction of the brick and ce-
with about 1,000 saapeS, arvd in the maoth .wfl MrA. naie Bowmaa Mrtea 'aesy and also called All one has to do to vince themselves met in alternate heat and cold event-
Trt yesterday. as teacher. She t taught here a on a M M W sileon (nee Mi Sabra that brick waka are ot desirable I to ually breaks the cement loose from the
The tog Simpeon saMied yesterday i~.mnber of fema and al s given good Erdy) at gDmdike, on their way simply notice'the brick walks as .they brick and, being a thin coat it eventual-
fte4roon fOr -Mobile, having a M t. atfet0 as ihee d p tat re sts hom e. pass through the city streets. The brick ly breaks In pieces There are a great
Ler in tow. On the return trIo sh e will of the holae aad ptre at heart Mr. JmeS Bryat has taken the po. walk walk laid by the city on the west many walks whose curbs, and sometimes
also have a tow of lighters a well as the Ioentive 4 bth"r Siarettaon of igMht guapd at the convict side of the Plaza a few years ago is the body of the walk, shows this disinter-
rn ha iw wll wit some teachers bee to be camp located aer here. worn out until It now has to be re- grading process, hence it is not advl-
A. Freedman has returned from New the b Olect they ba e i tew. 0. B. sby a#d I. RT have qut built as several places are worn en- able to combine brick and "ement in a
York 'ty, where he purolbead a fine hets ted wit a n omet of work at e n e and are at preeaet tirely through at the present time. sidewalk.
stoCk for l k & I man's Redy. BS n i the parents w m see that eaged ta tag Cams of the hay "Sidewalk building in Pensacola is set- The city's specifications for cement
to. rStwo, wiks eb their children attend rego2arly slh wnll crop between showers. thing down to the modern up-to-date walks calls for a walk to be built of
open about SeptabOer 16. do e pert. I we can eep the av. Mr. J. lB. I8fst was a business vis- method of building sidewalks of cement, four parts gravel, two parts sand and
A ga e of baseball for a purse of etge up to the required amount may- itor in the city Tuesday. or artificial stone, as it is called. These one part of best Portland cement, these
1100 is being arranged between the be we can secure the extra month's Mrs. fisa Busby, who has been vias- sidewalks are the most lasting that are are to be properly mixed. This is also
Orioles and a picked team from among school allowed by the new law as tting ter mother, Mrs. Ray, of Bayou made. Good cement will outwear stone, the proportion used by the government
the Pensacolas. If it is played it will some of the negro schools do. Mocdmaain for a number., of weeks, Is and a walk properly put down will last The foundation for the walk should be
Le on Friday, September 14, at Pal- Mr. James Bryant and family were expected home today. a lifetime. The first cement walk in not less than thre9 inches thick in any
n.etto Beach, the guests of *Mr Davis, of Museo- Mrs. *Ray, of Bayou Mockasin, ac-. Pensacola was constructed twenty six place and on top of this should be a
e vi W d repes-- ein g the see, last Sunday. compelled by her ulster, Mrs. Me. years ago around the Citizens Bank and wearing surface or top dressing, com-
Royl aPr!S rae l UO S, Of a. loi Mr. A. J. Bunby and tasgter, Ms. IAughl speat ptt P of et wek- here that la stilt in a good stte of preser- posed of one part of cement to one and
who has bee tle city for several 31 WElodo 0., spo eat Sedag at the with their na OrmeaS i ve and ration. Many of the blook' appear to be one half pqrts of sand, and this should
(ho ha left n e y f. a tip over p san5t home of Mr. Wley Weaver, while hen hdp d chli up and pt. little worn uld are pbably good for be one-half to three-fourths Inches In
the L f ys. Me. bpalLrd retded In o e KwIQondye. In order their leti i Bealah Cmsetey twenty-flve or fifty yeaW to come thickness. The thickness of the walk
Jacksonvilll .r vesi years and is Mr. T M. Hanna, of Qualette, ac- where their tablbands are buried 'They ''Tere have been a t many shoddY should be about four inches and not
I el l aeua r tse in the s I companled by his daughter, Misses are amg the eartlet settersaeof this sidewalks put down U5 Pesacola and less than three and three-quarters inches
IS atqua ea e ate. Besle. and P*t, are m an ex- comltnity. anSd have both passed the given the name of 'eopent sidewalks, in any place. Good gravel and good sand
The big Briteii strip Canada, con time aslotd to min, Mrs, R5a being Some of these are so -ooriy built that and good cement, properly mixed and
signed to the Piteh Ptine Lumber Coinm. -- --.. Int her 79th year and her sister ouly a they have gone to pteo. within a few properly worked, will make a walk that
,Pany, is extpepS to be released from VtM~BEUI.NE N0 000 FOR AlaR.* few years younger, months, and some of them are built so will last a lifetime, especially if built
quarantine witht a tew d'7, and will Wan. A. Shelby aad Mr. Marion thin that they break the first time a with expanaslon joints. The inside edge
come over tO the e'ty to begin taking Dandruff Germ Tblvee "n ast Well Busby were itn the city on business heavy Impact comes upon them. Of of the walk is required by the Board of
cargo. I n 'A Greaae. Monday. course a sidewalk of this kind Is cheaper Public Works to be one and one-half

The young ople of the city wil A well known OhM hair speial- to build than a good one, but, after all Inches higher than the outside, wmcn
b pleo d tSt the daeclg season let InVited the Sater.DW g L ortrt It is a very expensive walk because it makes the water readily run off of the
Shortly to A n er of to come to hs o sa see, under Ihas to be rebuilt in time. walk during a rain and keeps the walk
ung en o rtly t e e. A number of cmicosope, how S e gem that e FLOses ALA "The building of cenmtt walks In Pen- as dry as possible.
Young imen of the .y awe seplasnng to dad tv es .. I B j1,90 1sacols at the present time- s divided be- The difference between the cost of a
to give the A atg . of the season dandruff thrivesA D -a tween two or three styles building. good cement sidewalk and a poor cement
at the C O f A. i rdlay night, on"tla ts y urit food One plan, which ha .bee" practiced to sidewalk is so little that It should not
which promises to be a very enjoy.m and help to l considerable extent, Is to build a walk of be considered.
them. The only wayo eare deadraf Speelal to The Journal. My advice to eittens who are ontem-
The enterpris la i ng of Wa. John- Is to detroy the a sad the otly oral, A l ., Sept. -M An plating building idewalksI to inston
son & Son, ha jat put in three new hair preparation, SatwI do that is Pretwo0n le At, and A having the best material and the best
Show windows on the Iato street Newbro', s HSt d "Dm tMy the Mt Bessaie 0 .dya ot rrt. Deposit. cement and good workmanship, and to
side atf it departeat store and cas, yous r~s e thWte LCt.*Wh. re g ts of 2Mr. . Powell last see that your walk s built about four (4)
when they am n pleted d dresseJ out dandruff so flltng hair, no bald. wek. inches thickk instead of tw an
they will present a very atttratie ness. Ask for irpide. It i te 'me n a trienmts Ms MissoUr t hal (2%). inches and to insist upon ex-
appeVarnce. The windows are ecepo- uy desw of the andru ff germ Cawtho wl be ad to know a pa ion joints, being made every n ve (5)
t!onally large an they will word a old tby W.A. t ladingshe will spend s winter in Pea I' or six (6) feet Then, you wil have a
fine opportuaftl for ome effective 'cl ss,- 1. Boat ol She will tg In the Prtst Pre- walk that wil last as lon you want
window dsplaye. .street, r s4 1 ta s byterian chhur of that city. S will t and not be at the expense of having
The red o W. I ou, who for ms le to %e W., De. bte uwith her sister here for a month to rebuild It In course of time.
'Me friends of W. IL DvIson,.who for w before oIs}*Ao eaooW
41s inD* d Sunday, Vwill be please 1 tot, M before going of GadPa ,.Ala .,-i
to learn U he was mrea a dr visiting her aunt, Mrs. MeDante, on
ng yesterday and ciiM t.the ar the t street o. I ,| McDAVID
ftct that be is 2 2yearsat am. be o BkloWeshamofi ebs asW -sretae I
standing the sering and shock ex- Mepted a poof BIasUtin e, .at t ae
tremely well. Mr. D<Md did 1 T4 n Ineptedry, piton trlotiW. in t
fall down the* aoe te s pee yaent. 's 0W. ---
of tbe pavement in his ht m"yard.IsOt" ild set ofh e trpsise, Ja., ,We keep in constant 'TOUCHI S'ecal to The1 ournaM .
when hb. i tttoed fro t her set. w"aillthe VEGNSOf D id, Septh 5.--410t A. Mc.
Ani he fel, biWng & honeoIn ?As MTj d (Leo -wb ha been a lg of(aioin)Trade. alentothe Was one pp
VI.uf Fmuuu tmrvelin in the WMst for eGvOrel U rety HAon the d ofrmmers o
V YOUvs M et',better-akweels, retdruej home Jlast week.,HIs Ettion MAM r is qukly Mr.' drmLvelesadMr.Td
Sour grocer 5Bluoe ALe r a mooormany friendsS Sare glad .to ase ..t a business visitors from lwton to-
an Lo. 2bSS2yj a atn Lemfo a re a speoled and amend- back. Latest style i AOX TS are dy.
V a.. -Absolutelyhp rd"Aldt ege dwtd with e aMln rptdity. 'sMrs. S. Miller leaes for Tias now -so a ood S R of Miss Viola Wlliams returned Tues-
Ribbon .vol "tpeSd eion. it Is a Pi0t e our ears her childhood home, next week. She our early OW~R of Pall day after a few days' visit in Pensa-
ibbon Flavor" Is pe on.oe of tt ll o beone about two th. Wooleas. Mp getting in on ocla as the guest of her sister Mrs
VESSELS UNDOR CHARTER furniohlpn, sheea, hats, Miss Ma e Haism, one ofMilton's theon-end U wfl rains a ood WnI. Noren.
TOU A CO. s. W' look ee Is likeast t chara ming ~o women, AS the thing. Mrs. R,. IL Lota wfll return this
TO TH OULF T IT CO. ye p e We have guest of Minss I arkla on fifthh av- Or eTOCK s ways afternoon from a h&ort business trip
The following vessels are iuner chast- n. M *dtWa l ee-ok-. enle. 6TWAiDY and appeals alike tu to Brewton.
r to the Gulf Trasit Co., sad will load al. -W ad s ep eN us School, opened Mooday with a good th BUo I S Dad BEA S. Mr. and Mrs. C. eClghorn were
car*e ma n. his . Wa iMw' the nsuwi a attendaao2. The teachers ho*e to _....I -. n viators hers yesterday. leavIng on

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that a protracted meeting, lasting per
haps a week or two, would begin on
the nrst Ounday in October. It is uni-
versally hoped that Roy. Joe Johnason: 0
of Birmingham, will be present to as-
Quite a number of vilaiops were seen We w e l PIi
in our little town last Sufday. Among c ofgtn
the many were Mias Marye Baggett.
Messrs. Jno. A. Gunter, 0. A. lPlacer, We" RF fdMa
R.. Wiliams, I. W. Williams, all of
Pensacola, and ir. 8. J. Oushion, of
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ms*at ow-eip a thso TOe tIfberaomeat wl idmoer.
a b ao* oeacd tbg rC that te. sand lo abderate 3ed by Prei-
be hatra a We have, how eaNt Pala e~aOt wP be liberals
Oe than eMe0 *mria the led by Josa Mi.ael oGqmn. The situa
Aat the g*wag arW Ue a calls o *m orf two tehgs-a po.
t in, aoe, contempt fr leal amproamee at home, or later-
th whi8 tke great railway vetaUa by the Unted State. And
40 the ebU, fre te.mtly th. egrs who w areBmle ha4 been
UWe u1&y rM @ n to g20 tM Ohat W latweslo s Means anneza-
L*Wip tbmfl tat time an, an th6at ey woald then be dis-
-vy MeotW. Tbhat. w franchlsed and oaMwse and other-
I4ftaism NMW.&ya7a'sposition as wI1e bell -ta
SIaat is oiltoa whicl Th te om f all the trouble is
to so relsen whatever'to pes Preaident Pahn Amrican leanings
I or to present poMW al gaen.d general u0pelartt, and the un-
0'Ins rway Io wbhch election are con-
ba- 4mntogieda I lieria They are
to r et tae Rme bee taerest farceas nad Gome, the lib-
S*e x"t of doe pperms whWhb era canadate tor president, with-
never been bteaoly to I*. OT y drew last Docetber, knowlng that the
L a ti4 1ao of vote would not be mounted as cast.
of g n Stnce the eTeetion Pesdent P MB
qp ereeeion ot peail tos o n has been engaged In buidlang up a
Sp am qiesom. Trn, It afords an iaetue In true South American tasn-
lee O ppafta to those who loa. He be persecuted or imprison-
S g lk tar aa weeoI, but it is edt abtfout fr thouasansd mayors of cit-
S ky poor mouse and one which Ua and 4O7er0ora 0 provines and
So Papersan, lar tno. her liberals "ad he has- toay a ma-
^ ". ebine behind him a strong as W rler
[,;-." Ok v. *er had.
Me-Wow ~ OitUM SlOee t.t But there Is nothing but a mahOne,
& vow a t, So also does and i he cannot crui the re"Avoluto
w..ft the berals md patch up a trua,e
Aq&Uwald.ll' mk~his politeal Bareer ts nearly ended, oor
.M, evenat amot be delad beyond
alts d that that i qs e hritmas and when it oma Palm
ir.s l woald have to bo settled, ad his crowd vw be summarily d M-
A= *.| a "the inre wne an teed. 'teibly Phnam knows thins
f a --H.d wo-ld v' and he may the e re b6e willifm to as-
pt the,. t.e as ent*a In secret ao-
Sate a tmw aSoo oota lo by the Uberals drutio as
i so.e.h.a trther Mr. ry t ey Koy ase or will be.
M|tP'maem ownership Idea, tho w
Whff oat ow thatowVOX
at Ita4.os winl he mtum*.0
genernmen sts s | ys Jwwd

tar r it e u. Irnam ote not powl 8-1 e ewe adS
i akn- Now eiarm M astamles_' e_
m". Mt "Iea a R- pate &r a teets- ioon awhere
ls eee 4Tes CtanR de& himuld oteot"d bY
IIa *m I tte ty ( ot ar (V powN or)
eB aW tat haes! es la It wl h webosemned ll rtasmes
S'eo*y n ni mar a 4r 4 *so okt fty VS dUknemne m
b a N bt ;iill em due am sne tumer ad mard
si,,------- a- f. .a s s ue. f M ead
jSi minod would be at rest wbom lbY
SW. tam tp t __.or a ,ema ee their
SRomm. "eteM- ei be tsetee at t o d

S ,hi a p teota9ad the ad l t o lmnm al
Wivse co wdasse the oaserna el .ItO

S er 1'-oealty boaw- Latups swposne A has a mtrand

boasts a Obeet that1Toot lot A. "fOW ftr testing. I wiong

laws^ te the Us eals bol I toeal o. ^itruaj eamse

pqgs. Thy area C. idd1 .
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geiiw VU a dmw lael t
obe -on" weu:

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It has been asserted that the rand
ballot dod wa the famous Tago
retired In 184UL At any rate, the ballet
today is chfly a spectacle .of dre
and colored Imaelght. Eoept for a
very ew performers, dancing as a
high art has vanished.
There is no one now to set beside
L& Ta eon, who waa the queen of the
stage. Balsac Introduced her into sbl
novels. Even Thackerkay cin.oended
to notice her and declared eathuas-
teamy tf "The Neweomee* thoa the
*youns men of the day wl never s
anything so graceful as Tagi to In
'La ylphde*' At that tiOe she was
the rag&. St eaces and great-
eoats were named after her.
La Tagoa owed her ehan to a
woderful l gUhtnes ad crme. Her
style was rather 141a th realistic
and voluptuous, as s the the vue
The hUMous baUet ekirt of today she
ever wore, but a skirt that ached
early toher ankme. It was mo of
te puneplesw o ther *0 g *as
her aUda l sesma o t at. that th
dmner s eBmo e aewwbt Wa*Io aIn
mvemens` and In expression.

hmself- "I* Dtiena 4Deaase," always
told his pupils to ue-.R0 the coQuetry
tbey could.
Vetris who sfeuned the ot ou
vaestris fauly, wa as teeth man-
tory celebrity and quite smmemubly
coenetted even. tor a danier. "here
are but three gret men ve," he meed
eick aad Veltare" i Interest
to sa rK h Pneb Xmd
to compare eu sa emar that a
male dancer dseavem to bhe ha-

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"' F iST

OF 1906.

P ATo-gag Sto w- qsvw and
Plopmint so A J seaeN leass mthe
at. wMoul sdn an a aesmaent t to
bosme a Maneoer of b Order of una-
wr T eeeaeO We. Mr. YonM was a
ae arealwI v lalo that's the aw
ow *N W the eMak oe mny asmagths=
vas miea se th sme w pom 1- et oaty-ve
mo4 a that "No eer. b de-
C I o fa ber or .Mpop without. e
re please oth law." M r. oimdmoin a

able ade lus tve omotst rth the law
auder w h the arrestwas made is then
vsolation of the ca-stituM a prWegative
pue t mg that "No person shel bedovl-
rivl tf r. liberty or property without
toe press of law." Mr. f nmth
Pmoret Woo law conta ot rights of a
to m t d to be "poparty within the
meaning fe this co stitutiooal provision.
aM thesore Mr. Ibug was wel with-
fa his rights when be fied a condition
to the employment a Nesmith.
Prest day law is often too refined
to meet with the popular idea of jus
ti, but we are inclined to think that
the mise pives br Con- ssIonr. El-
more tos not of this order. We have no
desire to take any part in may fr t that
maW be In proepem etwee amy order
whatev and the ragroads, and we cer-
tainly do not td to injure ay cauem
the telegraph operatsrs have oan hand.
mor do we think our approvl of the
_ -___a__s decides can be twisted
ineS any such befrt. On the contrary.
the cause of an unions Io advanced
throeuh a ast Iterpretation of the law
and fank moments In approval of the
The peons act events an employer
from holding In servece MY mya who
would leave that service. Certainly the
saace for the eomse ought to be sauoe
for the gander. The rule would work
both way. It an employ, need not work
for a railroad mles he wisbee to the
railroad ought not to be forced to employ
him unlem it sees fit.
Of oouam this has nothing to do with
the dva rights and remedies under the
terms or an actual contract, but poies
to the right Mad Jiuetle of SJlwar a
man merely because he leaves a serve
or, on the other hand, beoomse ho de-
dines to employ a Individual. We an
e ao Justice In either cae, a no crtinme
IN committed, and ea anet presume the
commisulcn of crime before can ustify
The opposite of this case was attempt-
ed during the Chicago strike by federal
court machine y In 6 *wV Several
union men quit work rather than handle
certain ear loaded with union proscribed
frealhts. They were arrested charged
with Impeding antestate consnource. They
were released under the peonage statue.
Theyor had a right to quit work.
We took occasion to condemn the ar-
ret and applaud the acquittal. Now the
employer is arrested because he doesn't
wish to hire a particular Individual. The
same rule should hold. The arrest is to
be condemned, the acquittal approved.
The fact Is, ths reisert to animinal
proceedings In the disputes between cap-
Ital and labor unions is not calcuated
to benefit either. Capital has made Itaelf
odious because of the arrets of union
men under the Iniqultous injunction pro-
ceedings. Uunionlsm ought to avoid this
error, for In the end this great battle is
going to be won, not by twiting pres-
ent laws In law courts, but through the
sympathy of the people.

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ters ats Oe m i...-
de et, T so -I-
they .ate a"a their ea fm

this ne. I t fMta' oem was bt
somewbat foreign naeshe had take.
Oe lost her taoar w aday wvih th
asasse at u weal an sex;em
her feel~ a as de asait y as
break an umbrella eerhiMs bead. Man-

but tdhi was teo *gk
carmiot orl so an d eWr faids
name of te ol d a. It was a
who first Introdues the polka "ato
Bmgis ad- Bhms dance that Oame
to stay. It was for her, tis at
aim e, GtMer and Admlphe A"B
eolabestatl In wtimng "GIAAlea
where wre a oe more te"S
MMS that were mulaar wWb tn
thoe days. Of the twelve ilesa
dancers e-aged at lbo MIy theater
In m tfor a two a notl b seams le
were a bsueleat attraction to recetve
M S than flf,0 ach.-LOa Mall

Anl Ne isenmet Ame 5bawmemeds, ab
AU Am So*&
Hee so a pretty picte of Algiers by
Francees Neuhtt: "Now It is poe-
sble to go aily Into even the darkest
and remotest courses and they aem
dark indeed. A tat viit leaves eae
beathles, but deMAigtMd-breathem s,
because all the tresa wr stacae t on-
a more or lees i b g scale-the
loeat t Isad t4 rve at east e00
stps; delighttAl, because at every
turn there is sure to be soietMinfg un-
uasal to a stranger The newer
stals are wide and tWdhs and vary
o 0,oe" hbut G twon Into bany
td treet a t so a te wdmn a In
and out betwe se wal, ud
arc thrO cUh aio iU y passages, -bre
a few tairss, thee ai io*sInelm, al.-
ways up ad aWd stho i cool deep
shade soadh to the bright MbM of the

eln o narrow and so steep, there
are, of cowra, n ameCits adn ao arta
Donkeys do al the work and trot up
and down wth the strangest loads,
thogh porter carry furntre a
most of the biggest tha gs. Up al
down these street comes ans endlee
variety of figures-town and country
Arabs, spahe Ia their gay umform.,
French o le, Ia_ w_ me, chi
dren In Vividr colors, Jewesses wtth
heads and chias wathed to dark wrap.
"Interesting b All teiWearm the
Arab women fltti le got* rom
one shadowy corner to another, thO
folda of their bafeWr ooMeep-WI an the
glories of their IaDo ar as, so that In
the treet the only jgn of rioes l Ies tn
the daintiness of tl 3reab ahoes ant
the fact that the hkek tois pure silk and
the little eTo l over'the face of a finer
nmter"L"..-Chlcago News.

The grand total, 906,450, divided by 155 (the actual number of
issues) shows the average number of copies printed per issue
to have bee .................----.......--...-

I hereby certify that the
above statements are cor-
rect accotixng to the re-
cords on file in this office.

V%9mm 0 es M e amege Abwfast
Atmmek at Veege,
Dlzsinssst or 's ig g writw
era so mele try to dtius ti
me between teStwo words, but
practically, to popular uaage, they
mean the sameA-T.- s a disturbance
of rfatjli to the miuMde world, a loe
et oe ese at e qultibem. The wen-
matiom. pumst evem wheSa the area are

Veti is due to a disturbam e

the omte of equibrlum are distrib
Uted. e ta mwpa "rwtle is a
rtox etrbob a ae tta odo61
re tsbe due to s Mee iMpreae
weich t a e of to he own route,
as it, wer theu nerl abers con-
metioe c ath the e uiwfelhm center
and atMa the n e smear
t the ear. Thus It is that dli um
is a comratly tival e do as
a ru sgme.m'ed o owN but bri
sm o ea asm"" e SOpt a
a qt e treMue where a le

Pemct woit th meU etei

ast l oneosd ot, 9tamep1a1
ad when e In tui q has e
tshe om gem To k the easing

S On&L aest set im t a esdatN

gsto am a ae oratesumAe. c a.O
si sts w -tk mam oi lb *
mt sor Qb wr T ii hpse a w
Aeaer th. atntee a e c totiao
aayer more series vaerntlo ef

heart or of the bleed eiO espeiatlf

Ae ihi4 e the ee t aps a

a Ma iiiss t tam. oatumo tom.


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Sworn to and sub-
scribed before me this
25th day of July, 1906.


HIRAM, KING OF TYR.L art tbohurSaWWM iOwa mebe-
blowr c ce m t mat '"Wy.dost
he oem-elg UensweG mN thee abeett A tem SO btor Of we-
seto mam the esa. ml a's wewbr
HiraBm the Phomlen ms emnr, "I 5at" npMed IraS, "b t I live
stre to lt Ood by erethgGo y tow f ors. Like & Gd wselg owe wa
mighty p~ma upm wMh be caoed tw wIeU L Like him relgl ova
seven heat t -to bebut. WR hbes I ruo in aeenM aprt.
The first was onmstriaed of glasm, 000 na As God is aoreesded by light
by 500 yards, storiag terein mock lm- l. g and thndwer, so am L God has
am aof their .a moon ~star. The starm in beave; o have L Many ov-.
secod compartment of Ia, 1,0 by erdgs have succumbed to mortality,
1,00 yw a W anreptmtle Of pM aMd I stl xt Twety-one kings of
PiER 8t6M8 Cusng hterrife sw to hosoet af IMrad d David, twenty
membhlng thader' Wbn they mirIi oplphI =4d ta NO priests have de.
against e&ch other and the esmment 9f PDtO" the "rk, tW I outlive tbem
the Itncseu Tbe third chamber Wm aILl
of ead, o by 1,00 yards. The "Why dst thi boost" again de-
trth was of t, 000 by 2,000yards. mnded aMoeeL
The UtSwas of copper, A00 by 2400 "B*CSa tho dimet supply the
yardL. Si was of sUerM, 8,000 eedas ftr Soloon's temple? This
by 8,000 yad. The seventh was of Puts me la mi=d of a subject who pre-
_SM~. W I00 4 M0 yamda, contelals pared a spletod garment for his sov.
preclous stt, pears sad a magl&l- ereign, and as often as the servant
cent tnea. A & dail of water ap. ased at the lorious piece of work he
arattd the apatmet, boastingly emmrked, Thois my
Hiram. altaf the royal Spleador Mtautset 10' satn the kng, observ-
atof the eowt of Elag aftSamnns *su t bb Taity, tore it of In digust
m=dem 1emMf bty th gradat coo. h wl be thy lot. The temple
civable display of maplce- In whieh them helpest to badM wl tbe
the voth apartment was stationed a debeped. What will thea beose of
geoda bed, the corner of wh~h were Iy prMde?
set In pearl.wtth.t valae la all the =
wer*d. *a-a north besoLtfwi lahes Ma.
. emIs. lNm at. O whcbh spread A Abaemhadse UP Ni i t hIs:
wvier sad NOrfamB his MIbjectc. OW and ma fto OMM eSf pere-
2b* prepbst h le'w deretad toe mes, o o-ne Set sofut wMt four
appear before Hira, wvh, at a losk emems of oe ef i woteea three
as t how to re e the eWe1 heavens 4ams of aMast met LAOR aR In a
when th aM1 e*h preded, was water bath, let pWdy e.a ad add
tmaot lto hi rS5 jy the lbemks r dram of mt m f ar, twenty
oet hi ar.- Up m pfyage tho drop of Mf vest t two drop
vine m ms gr am toetield. "Who tfame of ral.


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Sthera Cron Norsry St k

Budded and Grafted Pecans, June Bud and one
"W li'Chp Stawberry, ROes, Shac e and Orna-
mental Tres of all kinds. Everything true to a
Snme. or money rnhe ,...a-.a t...


TheactalRumerof oinS adIret copie of ThePnacl
Jppd platd mh lin~e for-the -first ax months of the yew 1%06 was as

.. e ....o e* meM .580 e.0,000. Na" h67"3
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After Xe&" Too"e
After long years'work tis visbl. In
agriculture y cniot m the the growth.
Pass that country two months after,
and there is a dile ence. We acquire
flrmnme and tce seatly.
very action every wrd every al
Is part of ow l and our discplim I
We are a-suredly ripening or else
blighting. We are not couclous of
thome changes wh so on quietly and
gredlly In the soul. We only count
the shocks In our Journey. Ambitions
die; agee grows a liftte on -on-re
erick W. Robsrtim.

"You told me he was a good ladle e
he angrily sad the man who had
made the purchase.
"He was," eplid tohe deseeo. "My
wife owed him, and she's one, of the
best women I er knew."-Chloagc
Decord-Hera .

--- ** -
We Member of 0oagres, 3rd Co re
sionai DistrIst:,
WML B. L UA Jof Jefferson.
Dr Justices of te Supremeuoart:
OB R B. PAaHR4ci0 MlecaaMa.
MANB B. W iIWWUn ow Ieon.
For RaLroa OmmIslomwer:
NMHONA. t of Levy.

or eate Setoaw, .1 Distri: :
JOHN 8. -BmA. I
r MNember House of Repreentaier

or Tax A r:
0w. w. N ".
,W-~~~ W MAD
For Tax Collector:
J. 8. ROMM s.
ft out .Tar.r: "
J. )*. VUM*..
Por Members of Seool Board:
w. AMI BsON.
H.. G.DeLA.
W. N. A O N.

Far Member Board County Commis.

The grand total of copies printed during the first
the year 1906, as per above statement, was----

ad mmd


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i ut.

S. i pertayed b r. tn the coun- m
l, two ty VWto" Ite w of ,th erny g reat char- A
t ue |t rese t to the etre.-lpub-
TThe rW1"W station is unique. consist.
seat every detail never halting or sus- -
pending Identity for a moment but al-
way s ou .a oar M ia ihe food the ,f keeping with nature', f- d
TOAMtMO. A ( RbL o u f oG tA In the Ia We delity inevry pticlftr and -
when the Orte &aN e ...r "ke J o rual's Daily Fash Fea e o at 46r mFOt-r tItns otet ut- ifa e "th r
Jeap ie y eu .- e "hea wiwh icrt ad a bubtle .
A en 0 14 W inter lolW o e hich none ea veknew so w l thl re m aas-
The a.Wes do MEoS who has orke n em up. so t tl e a r
en the molr.e upoh Y oUart Sm V from his ou o bs ration and e splaa te
AndgeroueactUl ltt leeery svoreate wryl to hl leent
enot show. 06D yAu. i < I Bett me for a tus re of thstofth happayrent e
,Pauln Oook, in -2asge m. *700In so thoroughly preparing for a perfect .a

11crald.s,: to1 F gAt atO* o0 hTose to -of Wer
ralsd.w. Those factors of expresan t e
THE rMAd. 1611. FunD S00fI Methe countenances the attitude, the gos t-
WEYDs IO B SE UR Ie 1 ure and the speaking voice with user al-

TEuhre we oin 1 of Ubr N lletosM smir S Nt ngmosit Set 8It BwoY Ofcombine
t.he of M her, aor' io ,E earO O A celveO a w* e application i this remark-o
goni and Mr. Tlade Jmeeph Toart t iLnable han per a tbe and at no time are
siS been o nyW- torSeptember 19 EmI ISAL1 isi n and B Ap there withdrawals of that apparent ease
rind the blt ib Wi has bee thate
aenkd otw folrag i g ef ofth. Us -e sesto aflt&in within us the
SYOU...thatItIsno acting but real t

.ah young couple: thae vi e a | 1 .. m n "a Romoya" at s tme the
pid and ation D thie is market ousy rd
request tthe honor of yal r1su00dcius 'rode"tin%, never outdone and
a uet tee Ieo r of tiSable rac s ee e when -cold u m a se

S t I I \\dei os bephTnuaunlrE S H t ihet and SclCtheolde
Sor.Jnea ee e e o Mr. Burgess personally will appear at

bte T&O hb Jos t 5 e | \ TNte e e e Wi l every performance with his teen
B l W o d n ey .f t r CeS6nR U FEE F R I F E F McS mp y. A t the opera h o. s to
pt e nsneols. vstoro

Wan enky102 ST1 PIL A F eIX ST, "A Runaway atc. n
Miss A t dV hbeaves t li ht The Rochester (N. Y.) Post says of
ser. A EHe omt liet her "A Runaway Match" that is to be the
wose to Dory as reurea 'eI attraction at the opera house Saturday
T o ft i w u iP1 4I .9 6 4eni g h toSe p t 8 : t

otmurse at I W\y asS tRoed auest! i'. hr3 ndSo. houw wt
w t eOne of the brightest and cleverest
is -40 comedies that has ever appeare In
teturne IN: h"t we t Vstiv Nadinola"pened.Yesterda
LOW 000nled nt a Inbas ge tos h a bew e alan sald at the Grand Opera House, andn trb-

brrovee Ia l e acm. timer In f W M W W.ot .home o*f the tr1 wa sh o fr. nn 1wise, th enu s
wobef, Wre 19 ar aUnd ar aPe*ae s ute to Its menribts the Popular the ore
,% P Or two at hs a" aM at hs a" -W crowded to its limits gad all ot o
Sw t e a f oI "%% e st "standing room only" at th the

bera D a " \ whier e 6ol K"nd
rimSN r e -a o a e Ia a y o ish U w e livr, curtain wen t up. at both marUn e and
r.w . MtIe, H o X~ba m re5 eerlee, te Bxner o a evening performance.
trndl t ea g. s i m as a ll. "In addition to the ngenously worked
SO r ed on H r n ahe oup- tattoed re uadteR entt o ut] plot, the company has ntroduce a
Mr.tion t whidn will be spe the bere3 4 number of clever specialties and the

ig r .w ^ c. -wa* p ofer
.re. y OM his return home h w l k Wot . hds.e sparkling succ n aof fresh ne of e
o hthes ya1s vsit t .y s 1he wia tiht be comes so thck and fast that the audi e
bOe mooompsIed by his sister, who hasa m*y m ai fnw uet ont a possible ths for man day."
e et-and t summer. Mmy Sd .ar ea es wes i4 9use. 6 8ets iik. a eptconvulsed from beginning to end.
Whees sle, and enr. ie cha on ato he stly at t at us, then turned ch one of the cast is good in that
Sa iNa the Cman tu Paris. T her particular role anffect.d there allay the
SD oor line nor a bad bit of acting in the
he d n cl to a h of all btt th wat hole production. Mr. Den Howe
hon traen a r wes aaMAORI HOSPITALITY. Mr. Fred House. play the parts of the
t, o he ew Tho lao o is h father and who run away with a
tewrs, i ees t tE me t hi sa we lkn eeeasehol gunbutto a idow and her daughter, al confronting
.ned h... e e. m bed ootr other at a little Inn n the coun-g toward
hg aieif goW. fOft radium e Ing a gxrup w one sand acks run In We nd untry Miss Mtude Scott and Miss Grace
Mr. and ms. 0. A m or b e. a therlowert Inpar of the bodice was teer InNew Zealand tells of a Vinton, take the arts of the wiow an
rroud parents ata fe baby 1l, who~~ bl~ ~tA erpe, of a deom thw supow at t alat welon His party drew near daughter and Miss Dessie Ryan takes
arr ive dUat a eu"aon1 M bol.f asa rm uaetr-flve.'t on te roght, te a dumped to thie of the role of camrs. Pennto use, th e ; the
is street, i an e. r a M at why wil yoh be eaento-ew leaped high 'I tie aire with their feetun, while Edw. L Schooley as olomon
Dr. W. A. of t, epe S s with and the ort slemy s were hed ble yel, and ereu the corner of th work a them ld for ian.
esnong the vir to P k los. ~~dry- .*$-- to 00a6, t-erq also croSswise and Inserted with lace and stoekade appered a ferclous figure, "HIS eso & and, 'business' sustain the
terdW andtiwas his s areW b y iIeal Sow r design trimmed with frills f lace up the out tattooed, red pted bark out a thu- oket hand hen he
nl0ay h1hrdn tie d t. *tobry 'a a so a n an over ked, exceptfor a very brief waist our tojald l for another man and leave
tAOL f . eeee t. b -v s -irt, point O -i t-. frinage of dangUng palm fiber. HisplOPu e in mlin fttobe happy ever fte
cross the.'bay o< 10bwM W1gr as the ajl. L A--t I_&&91'ry.=I" serl 4 t Whteoy most wholesome and clever that has ap-
one ad e .-d &Sads thsmenm oout a igm feared In this city for many a day."
Vansueala and 3 Mr 9i eo That it is .not impossie to ri g Shaking a wooden spear In his hand. A a dressing for sores, bruises and
_, : usaA..._a.R5 neow ban on "to he swiftly cast It at Us, then turned ns mran alveistt

"--"---M ---i- r s t l rat-gi C -eX d" have t6 shouaer both oat their loaded rifles in time to the chant. From the press of the celebrated t
O e geoMS U e t t A4e fm theCo.- "Halting abruptly, with an earth shak- Wyken de Worde the first book con- w
-men:t a1t-- u*l* deod t -- - .. lag thud, they fed a volley of ball tainilg usiacal characters was Issued p
--is the m anwho ustemin*a... "" w c ae cartridge over ow beads. In 140&. w
Sthe man who USes the n m ill^ h A.dms wst e "Another volleyerate ffrom mrt coins were struck In brass e
every prescrption.and'house- aS9 W .a on !t= *an as ssso, Thor"s8" hill to h and th e buets whisted over about 184 B. 0. and In gold and silver ha
hold receipt. as haro- dhe set years Older than ame 1 us. Then the bown W twafell back by n, tyrant of Argos about
ct k. 3, fo edsaw he efght years ore lr %t 301:1111001 and a gayly deeam band of wemen, ML B. & of
bYo a DocCtor M Maand tbme elnowehe t with green leaves wreathed about their About 70TO A. D. the frst glass bottle
SleagO ended Gera Watea brow. and waving shawls and leafy was made by the Romans, although a
will tell you e. asese s erm a edMnt htySh4 advanced with a glidg semi- the m was not taken u in a
wif tell you the value of it"0 Is taBiL aOSfie ThU & Tyewr, 9 too, did JOUA MAq iance maa endiaated their anient we: w England until 1M56.
Merck's goods and must ad- 1aM l10 6iha.ww e.anut" arme Toa ._fe ----- as e6 whb to w ovable cny was fir used in
mit b they are as ampor- a.l a e Jaame n usA hoeas neaG oasW S t to to ftot danced se 1k girls thetwers In 106. It was invented by
tant as tbeirriM u ~. -LilJ--md -= dteftr oe 4, .Usk it -aup of vM* y bartarc yet not Baldaare Peru1 and displayed in

St 9oft i hib, awe h Id a plsee the black 000 book by 100 authorsm ta
wt-- -a WhiteO Plee St te irare lna Mrld bo be.
--.---t --.....-g., ... _^ ^ h e i*ut g......y Natural -s-y abr
rthe rba*. ..~n sssGsapM the etanthers oth Me lo bg w
S_ W w -- Swim,- a t_ ete* ndberth e weeks dabbed wth ta
-N p pesag Ather ted e. e e e d nTs atate poenaS
-o to4.0- -1twe boh be euels to Iv e. 'e M ar t-ta leht OO SEt e d

^uuuauj im ^;ssL aE?.scM roe bef ,. sour matchlessdIa
rtfB eg tasf pea *d ea to teimetZ I ait Oie b nant4tI 4' a

I. Usfeafltl hU Ve -'b S't ""a* -l & ? IS tunSS p te asn e Bt ad of Pa andr e b g electc

and. always 6. at m _t- a a t baa aty green g we wSo reAtale with porkOn. It touches the hot n an u
Ca n s - -* ---- EA."_ _2ny % . v. :

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Thedem S haateily reased alace it w Mat
i the market oitR it is now -rcognized a greatest, o all o rA
has won i way to s becse r umS he e ah
ere arefewmf sw eI&e *L SB, &ortheblood" is anotd a household
a the blood is the very life of thfe body, onrbhiog and M It
'evaerytpaftM inaosemelormib@Mreoto follwhlen it co
ated. Ec ya, AAcM Tttir, Bols, Pmples and the various askin- etam
e due to an ovwr-ad ad impure bbod-supply. Rhemutatism,
kofula ChrM aic an Md Uk, Cotagious Blood Paou, etc.- an *a
ep-eatesMooddiseas dy will coati to ow worse ad nmore danger.

ell earned the right tobe called the preatst of all blood purified. It goes
own into the circulation sad forces out all poisons, impurities, hnmo-,
ad tnhe.ithy matter, and makes this life-stream rich, pure and health-uwe.
dning 8. 8. reaches ainhrited blood taints and so enriches the circula-
on that diseases of eltanding arme per ently cured. It contains oo
armful minerals and isature a real blod pqrifer. Book on the blood ad
medical advice freg. MW i, AT gANTA, -

Now In
New BrentM Building 238. Plefox 8t

Souvenir Postal Cards.

We have Souvenir Postal Cards n great variety.
Prices, 2 for 5 cents or 25 cents per dozen.
Just the thing to mail to your friends.




S Preparatory School for Boys and Gids.
Seventh Annual Sessaion Bglns September 17th.
Entranee Examinations September 14-18.

University of the State of lorida
A high grade Institution for young men. Literary, SelimtSe
and Engineering courses.
Fall term opens in Gainesvi e September 26th. or catalogue
and information address.

7p 141 o f om GULF CITY COFFEE CO,
An private and coni4epi1stcorre-
ondence, according to a postofice In- H. P. CHIPMAN, Manager.
sector, should either be sealed with Rasters, Blenders and Shippers df
ax or else addressed and stamped on .
0e back Instead of the front -Sealing F ne
ith wax is an excellent Insurance of OUR COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALi
Ivacy, but It is a dfieult and awk- QROCER& GIVE THEM A TRIAL.
ard operation, and wax and a match,
ndie and msel ae not always at
nd. The other method is much the
e. After fasteng down the flap OPEDA I-OHO USB
Sthe envelope firmly, amx the stamp LS E\ M 5Z w&JD
o the mp's Jnction and write theIGHT ONLY
dress across It as wel. Then It Is ONE IGHT ONLY.
ohtely t3pable to steam -ope rrid y, Sept. 7th
be letter a se o t agase an o& a
my w to escape doeteetla NEIL BURGESS
an his bigf p ducton of Chas. Brama
XniUandat S ea Pastorial Play
Can yo imagine g The Conity Faf
a heavy ple?" said the captain.
o you wonder that or great lers, carloads of scenery. ors and
Ith their elevators sad tsluhom s meo nlc eet Presen i th
id gyuM iMB, dWen't have bil lard gmti4t horse 'c scsen*O ever messed.
blues as well One ship ase had a 4-THOROUGHOREDS-4
liard table, the Great asta,. Te running a full muil In continuous view
of the uldie*c. This great effect If
wonderful great tem had a billiard accomplthed under patents owe an
ble on a swlafgag deck. This deck ouS b Mr. Burges. This s M
m wess' ftt appearance in our eitu
as supposed to gaNteract the sIp's H COUT AL" The pla
otion and to keep S table ste a, whlch he has mad famous the woe
over, having presented It in New Yor
it It failed to do s, and very for three year, on year tIn Boston,
arkable were some of the shots made one year London.
the Great alesra's table in rough -
eatber. NewmWeleiN Se table was PRICES-25c, 0c, 7e, $1.0l
pt for years and was a popular Iastl-
tlon aboard the big boat, but no otb.
boat before or s ate haa ever bothi- tulw y, 9 LptY s t
ed to Introduce billiards. ONE NIGHM T ONLY.

it a qestou of tade and fancy
ther one bbold make two bites ot
herry, but we all mITwy make two

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t n ot Vw@a% tt a -Inset e p .. Real Estate bought 'andE LoT o N mLo, ',Cw r--. N CIlUW. ngm e.2. ""'
1,. MeeS "eais snilt ed0end m fg se atr sold on commission. TrUES ARE FINE BUILDING LOTiS b0 a Urns ^ones t Ser.
Axe aS"oeSratSt Rents collected and prompt IMMEDIATELY SQtMH OF BLOCK s o st e
S ,rat ms to0 40"tI t, would 4sm Rts COllected and prompt -N WHICH THU NEW PUBLICsOeT be Vessemomern. al
1,ma1t S Ed to, wait loger brek butg. a"s- returns'made. SCHOOL 1S BNe S BUILT. ot h eSr T Twns.s
mp .t- o wld. take ad SEVERAL LOTS SOUTH- FRONTo* ** *
"eg of00e grise. Tb lar sVol" Money'loaned on Real Es- BLOCK 1a, NEW CITY. THESE, qookla ove-r a t2yaKng Treat
will' be ay m smad no small aunt.' Let a-sa tate at market rates. ARE VERY DESItcABLE .a. j %dweMI a Is hrma
dhow. yM mme stumass property, o lide ALL OF BLOCK I^, NEW CITY. YM l.
Di10" -O R t and North H& ALL OF BLOCK 279, NEW CITY. -m H, ot' a ]ie.. e r block '
WE HAVE SVIERAL BLOCKS IN trin e1 M5.. ............
SEST KING TRACT. Buys both lots 9 and 10, block FIe lota nerthet .orwT of block I
nLE IEl E- N n n nV FOR PARTICULARS AND PRICE ON. King1t% tract o bay o- ou two blocks om
"' L ANY OF THE AWOV1, APPLY TO BI roo.m w-- lot 2 by 1-
Bffcf. I736 North He _U-8treet.. .. .. ..
nm mvnsacola Ivo8tment C m pany ,e W ..... 1 "
i 1 Anl er blok 3, New Cit tract. e Nma mo, & Ba
Ia 112 SOUTH PALAFOX mcDaviE-Iy.r CoMpano, o sryt 3 m 1...
BE^-.. :'W. -_Alease two -tory dwe-a . pl
L* .ILf.iAkfMi m gW I L in M Age itow York gets three lots iwrrhwert ear lot, tfotho uletric ear iae, a
S946 block 9 New City, mon Geduden Uz room weoag wkih "rge not,
16a I. So I ii_ ^U fe Iaerne Compmny. street, near the bridge.
J**,m-.. Phe,. .T.L Pen.m.,,. Fla. 6-roo.i now cot W With n I
1- E*-L .mi 11bd n e n -*---e- -- -- nu b H OO TO
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V ,MOIL at1Asmot Gar.!WAI.O.r4 ""0m,. E S T'
tEt0b IfA S T A T ru SALE LS.oBrown6Co. I- -
., Journal on" pt. Iwo M rr
S1 B lock1 ,ewt OtDERS TAKEN for Ladke and Chil- t1 2 Bc New Cy $ S LOTS."
S Noe and other valuable con- drWs peclalties. hoderyt. AlI on which is s iuated two KOy
|m-heg osi elia be* ,rn$U- sole rentn. tir t..... P.. for lot 40 feet front on' ast'Pe Tla
sonysur o wosagr SO ne1'31S. s et.m* Se t; A Bock 306 N aw :t11200 Romana street by 170 feet TA_ 1
must have wheels and know l 1 nd 3 d147 360 ee tt 7 &s Ce- T G. AT- M 0
SresWcar The Journal. kWT3 WAN ~ City ...................a 5 eep, next to Bass & o's
i n. ed e t se o ma. -Ad- Al lBlake 37 and 340, each .. 700 store. 3Fr S OPTICIAN
P.W afto barber.. Must beA *. ,are Al.Bocks374W37, me,..,,O
A.lm; TO WANTED TO JT a eih te" t We have some very desirable ot -----
.. 4apt once. Apply to Clutter Muskmue on North Hill at prices ranging from .ra
'2 Sept'. $0000 to $7.'00 per lot, for 711 North F street, large WM. D. HOWE,
a.,.- w a.f ,5,..250_ -- o t- ian dwillkm th lot, rents for $5.00 a month. 52 Ar amIeMIAIA
,.. Whie 2 .balance of. Cur..a"S v r Ls In tihe 0 M okea Bn N 14. EAST BOVERNMNT ST.

SU ~*. ct. efan o ow Escamba Rea Mortgages on Reall loan youEstate tWbo Eacta oo .. ..p. Su.dn ed

Escambia Reat Co.InN.
A. X a.. ura o -4 a -- ,, i., t A rND N-ANC- in this City bought and old. $3250 WM. A. BORMANS,
DSW, 1w 3. lm"I 4,1m ._.._.REALE.K..A N -E .INSURANCE $3250 WM. A. BORMANS,
SA A N" Money to Loan at Lowest on at Jseo mon a r ArchitectandSuperintenden
g. .oods and ..mae:. %- T Paso- shaving =4% SO% mPiftStex treet. Market Rate of Interest and hll, bat nd n t o .t
:9 l am. .,.. Re". W. Q. Vreelandhbay. 7"
S large mall order .house.. can communicateo with him at 1875 East A e -et looks the bay. This.lac i new and
r week, expenses paid. Gasden street or by Phone No. 483.ll- of the ent Tracthe00.00; be ad va n e Sept. 2-m F r NT West of C Street ndw for solmquitk at this price. p adIaSesu
mea Ba sty more essential ~ emao, A0so
wrall'- NtoMal Co. 720 Chst_- JRNIGAN IUVRY STAL. Bag- -
SSat ,m Phadelphla Pa. $a, dad, 7la. Crriaes mooeet all trains, FOR RENT-An e xoeait location for sale.$1400
a_ suge or double teams, n!ht or day block from Palato. Inquire The Fisher I offer the noroeast oqf
to any polat. est service ; rates rea* Real Estate Agency. 30 Aug. lock 175, New 0t, r 5 lots_ *u .
__ WAN FOR RZ -Twotory re build, Fisher Rneal Estate Agency the tteet f Mr. Brs ew res
F-- ..t.ko.ta o F. 3. J.a & CO,-Artedan well Ing on ]last Intendecla, 36x54 AOLLGTION OA kENTS Ann- dece. This property is
at the t pricesa drillers for saw mills and turpen* feet. Apply to J. I. Dobulaman & SPECIALTY.
g- toA. MeD. Moyer', on the tine st'.ll especially. Geneva, Ala., Bro. 17aug PECIA*TY.
S .qu n TI7. 4ptlw* and OGracelle. 4 a. Prepared to put Phone 87. 206 Palafox 8 I W RnllDrC Ir L
" WAJmDi kinds of electrcal work. wells from 4 to 12 inches diameter, CR REBNT-Two new modern 5-oom I,,,_,_..._____ .. U_ W1 UIUVJIF* busE -- ln bune h
"X Sl'in orf electrical batteries and from 100 to 1600 feet depth. Sat houses on North Spring street, at .
electrical supplies. When y ou Isfaction guaranteed. 19Jue3m $20.00 each. Fisher Real Estate Board and hooms. Cor. Government and DeLuna St teres cs o r o
3n IN ^ or 955. W. Peake, Aency aug10 ^--- v 4iW) D' 1- selling. If you want a good thine addre
Laundry BidE. Garden. NOTICE3--Havlng tamalled machines au .. -v- 'I/7, Fhone 637 at once, Box 10s, City. 4septlw
i iROOMS FOR RENT -icely furnished -
W, S TO ENT--Furnished house: for the manufacture of galvanized FOR R1NT-Large 11 room hoUsw, rooms for rent. 620 North 7th Ave., FOR 8ALE-Two horses. One bugy an
L 4. *etlbly located. Address iron cornice, skylights, cornice gut- 240 E. Intendenela. Apply to Fisher Mrs. M. J. Robinson. Septlw one wagon. Must be sold at once. Ap
m itY. Saepiw tersn crclar etc., I a now Real Nstate AMency. laug ROOMS FOR R NT-With privilee of HOTELS. ply U. S. Sltmma, 119 N. Tart5
tperepard to do shet metal work of FOR RENT-N!ce 7 room house, 811 gr ose k phone an h BROWN HOUSD-Defnak Springs. BARGAIN-On
,. las bon t okkneepneoe canl tion assured. noimate. cheerfully Bast Romana St., $13.00 per month. "Good beds,. ary rooms, elegant Fhorse w and harns. Apply t
.mea Journal. 5septlw* given on work la or outside the city A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate and NICELY FURNISHED "wom and board meals; tree bath and sample rooms. Geo. A. Vucovich, oBce at Coe's Book
...C ---- has B. Vetter, 1 W. Intendencla Rental. Agents, 22%, W. Government in private family for couple, or two Special attention to traveling men store. 6ept1
wABl ddle aged widow, a po- phones vISmyim t.. Salisbury building. 24july men. One block from car l!ne. Terms Rates $2.00 per day. J. R. Brown FOR SLHouse and lots overlook
gave mess or companion. Ad- on- 25taylm reasonable. Apply No .903 cor Davis' and Pp.* FOR SALs-Hou and 2 lot 1 overlook
S.N.LocN Box 487, City. S"eptliw B' -- al t e.-' Jackson. Sept 2-lw* P'p. In bay on Xast Jackson. Price 100
EJ. H. PORTER, lmater 71 South FOR RENT-Some nice stores on j. O. Jennin. 4ept
T _18.e r-CLA88 hat cleaning. Palatox tre.L Orders taken for ..Government street; cheap rent The FOR RENT-Two delightful rooms up- HOTEL SOUTHEILRN--Open all the F L o u
s tets, w s, amp stols and ose e eal Etate Aenc venences. 8uitbe for married couple, yeal summerran ts rp pla IyouBAont ae goo ot adr
e. straws, Z.e; Felt. Se;: cots. etc. Prilees reaoasble. 31an. FOR RENT-A. R. Bingham has store. or two gentlemen. North Hill, near car Special, sumer rats. Frat-clasI t rest. If you want a good thing addre
Vitor Louts. 100 3. Inten. age room for rent, suitable for f, and good board. Address "Private every respect. Pleasant and coven. Box 103 City at once. 4ssptwl
S.t come In. 4 eptm* SHIP SHANDLuRS-McK l0e -ert- nature or other goods. 104 and 10 Home" care Journal. 2 Sept t lent. Mrs. T. L. Bowe Prop., e Pen- S At a
rWAFr Apo....tio as s.l.... lag 'A Co.. wholmale and retail ship South Tarragona street. Phone 639. eol, 714 15apr F 8e-At a aln oe rg
W. .-A podon a. salesman chanlern ... nl..Sta. saola Fae. l-p marble soda fountain, with 20 syrui
,..Wi eelctor with a well estab- h. ..... ..1l a r ol r.. FOR RENT-Furnished up-stair rooms cans. McMIan & Turton, 120 W. In
Uishbd tagalture house. I have 7 house of kin4 13 city. Fair prices to all. FOR RUNT-8-room, 2-story Cottage for rent to counlp. No. children; privi- CHIPLEY HOTBI<-(hri Seieriarn tendencat. 45ep
"ye perOieO, es.n give glt edge CARRIAG repaed and repainted. 18 .Belmont. Apply to War l shtgeo sl o p. e Prop. Special attention to comme. FOR SALE-second hand Deliv
h lsneass and will have to have a Floats built to order. Hoe he- Ia A 0 1 Sep. clal travelers. Free sample ad bath Wagon with set of o harnm
gp ezty. Address C. D. W., care ing a specialty. J. 0. Welsh Carriage rooms. Large rooms with d bed heap Inquire at 114-11
of .J0M l. 31auglw Co. 27feb 'i_ W hMa FOR RNT-4'live rooms fura!ehed or $2 per qay. 1lmarlim aug

elt s ra .se.o.L UPHOaJAMN S O G U U W M unfurnished; large porch facing LUMBER FOR SALE-Rouh US and 4
chants Transfer Co. N SHOP- south. City water. Apply 501 West BAY Hr.-Opn aght ad aM
e mo n and hauling. All W&iOe Iu Pioprietor. PFral- PRIVATE SCHOOL-The fifth annual oh Ct or phone 323. 12aug E"- Ia-_.le. wa; martial. chseaw B. e r .
W tee. T. B. Thorsen, turn rep ltng of Il -klads, carpete semston of Mis Holden's School wiln a or p a aea p. Rooms t ight and tr iue
* laid, uraita *ked or shppla begin October 1st, at No. 9 West Jacksoa cla. Trant trae ted
wth Ii o Phone 63. et ITpLandng. street. Sept 2-iMm.- -T NPaimm. 0u. POR SaL-Cotc Br eok and row
with ladie osf pa Landig. R__________ RNT-Taree turnisaed room_ __ _o c_ Ot $1.50 pe
harmony; age, 25 to 1 2Apr il for light housekeeping 301 W preo&
0 Aug. lw* MATTBM AD FUITW LOT Chase. 1aus Rr. VBRNON-Rateo .u per 1ay.
--- l u a r MattrOO made to onlor. old Spealt rate by week. Special a FOR SAL. 0R R NT- dwdlia
Sloats built to order; '.o e renov01r Ift ti* t kftcurshed. LOST-At Palmetto Beach, one pair of FUrNIHJD ROOMS--BeSt In Cty. yttlte to traveling men. FreO s..- 202 3. Churh stre; bough o
- .uuJ0 tha Secoad Imaql ,l dt^^ro bought aud ,, ,z ,e. nrimurnft 5 Trandent eoliolted. Mm P a pt tdr. Mrt. J. P. Mauidln. Proprented .4& o ro, orp lrbohaeti r.e p. AM
a sp e lalty. J. 0. errpSrn d ,-i ... to -o learmd. err ..... .. .. M rs J. P.t. P lyoC. t a, bad, 1A -
1 -el- 5p alt7 3 ' b s$old. UpbnSOVlu anrepi oe 128% w11 s Government, oppoito 1W Pt.s. ,bo cn
^.. +*'', -" 114 L. alB est St.d, dty, phone 171. LOST-White linen Eaton boat opera bouse. ll2aug __ .__ Inted_ and .Barcetoa. 23aug
SDavs M-". OIL. C. T. Davt, "Mgr. night on steamer Monarch or .
WW TM M MANU. TOr Cae return peto r aSt hed- 1O MWNT-Rooms cheap; real, new. BARBER SHOPSO AL.-prd ap pr
a oft"e 2ows of steao LALnUNtlle Copper ad Sheet ly les furnIshed mroms msutable .E. SS4 ol BAAo
wo tle Pensacola Type I m WHe r; esriwork ad s L-Mday afternoon North I or light hoekeeping or the .ill. o iLTON-Wh.en viptin here have u. R sn t iagPo
Igeae Wor 'phone 139 lights 4 epeealty; roongc, guttermeg fuee olhletba wf cation high ard healthy. Close to ear tonsorial work done by Ira Min i
I L a and aepl th Palat S blue sdiSkcover; o o ma P. line. Privilege of phone. Apply 3142 .=tret, mt. e a. Clothes a
S1 a5w th P s. 5w. StNrea. Aug. S. Strong. Phoe 121. l to hotels. Phone aut POR SALB-Two retir Tuablar Boll
.. . of repaa '- o 0 4' riad or t ed t d
|^=- la o -- .... WRITE _"-YOUR WANT AD HERE
MONt ,4 o treal estate aRd boleor WALI 5 E4mca. And 2
r pers.aa PM n! mS sor aotSee? Send it to The day or night When you need help, have anything erW. A
5.. W p S. I e *1 to sell, rent, exchange, or wish to purchase anything, try a want ad. They do the aouaL HACK uNE-n. car

iV want lnterfe ek* i me abousht it It horses, coaM tor table Vele. ( oo
I OSa il eb t real ,intat? SIX ORDINARY WORDS MAKE ONE LINE. or dress3.C. .Uaclalr; Chipler
Owe. Iff BHepa ELI'

estments in

r lite, otaly located, renting at
rent, If sold at oce .. ...... .$335o
emodn street, centraully located.... am
ot block 16, New City, beaut-
ou one block from car line .... ..1500
one oan Ir- orner lot centrally
.*o.. ** ** ** o o. .. *. .. ..4250
liJMg 24 kss .. .. .. .. . .. 00
on aftreet, with large lot. spsNMdd
.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2160
*, New City, one block tfrom e-
o.... o .. .. .. .. *. .. .. .. 750
13, tronttag public q=are and over
ear line.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... 1000
5 seet, splendid aeiorood on
*...... s ..* **.. S...... .oS .. 2250
one story dwelling with all the
2 feet frot and about one mile
y to Seata RoM Sound, know as
...... . ... ... .... .. .... soo00
did neiahborIood, on large eaoner
* North Hill.. .. .1. .. .. . 6300
*n wit Itendecia St.. .. .. .. 1200

Wtal ud lmsruce Ageac,.

Editorial Rooms.. ** *. ... .. 31
Business Office.. .. ... .. ..1500
To communicate with.The Journmal
during the day time use the busuesi
office phooe, No. 1500. To conmmni
Scate with The Journal at night use
the editorial phone, No. &8.

N P s aus Log % M. ., o .
meets every Moday evening at I
o'clock at their temporary C e Hail

L K MOe a t
Knights of Columnus
are held at other all,
No. I West Inemden-
it daB strt 0anm every
1T:1 o cloek. A In-
Svltaton U ezteided
x to visiting Knights.
ipJ, S. DZONARD. Grand Knight.
a Recorder.
' Daughters of Rebekak
, Naomi Ledge, No. 10, Dahters of
* Rabekah, meets every Monday algst
at I o'clock n L 0. 0. F. hafl. Visit.
SIng slaters cordially nlavited to bq press.
Rathbone Lodge, No. 30, Knights cf
SPythias, meets every Thursday night
at Castle Hall. Members of NFster
Slodges and visaling brethren cordial-
d ty invited to attend.
3J. M. ROPER, C. C.
C. J. LVY.K. LR. S.
M. B. A. No. 11, meets frst and
Third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.
m., Rafford Hall, No 10. West Inten.
w dencia street.
-_ A. 0. FELl4 Pres.
, 1.1. SWEBNEY. Sea.
P. ensaoola Lodge No.4, 4. O. O. P.f
Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. O. O. F.,
. 'meets every Thursna, *-vetlng at 7: '
* at the new hall on Belmont and Bayle
* streets. Visiting brethren eordlaiil
Invited. B. R. WITKOV8KY. N. G
; A. KERILE, Secretary.
Live Oak Camp Nio. 1, W. 0'. W.,
Smeets la Pythian Hall lIt and 3rl
SWednesdays la each month. Vlitinn*
* sovereigns cordially Invited.


LS IN 3[IP SS (0

1 To &oH yrts of d o cery

. The Southerm Express Company
. resolve amd forwards freight
SnOn, aad valuables of all dewril
tioma %0 l pHnra of the country
with eonneo for Canada, Mexi-
B so, Has aa, Chub, European points

S The Southern Expres Compa8n
r. operates on 80,00 miles of fBr%*,
SSlamsroutes, and In connection witt Adams Expr Company, o
r through wY-bills, with through


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day, september 1.0th, .
the 12:50 train will

be discontinued until
further notice

Pensacola Electric ____

W. Leadle7_MA _RKT

-&avah Ga., Sep&t. &-TMe naval
Adminstra su stres market oses s as to fows:
NotIce Is hereby given to teomIrs le- W .. ** ** ** ** *
,t. distributees, and all other peront W G .. .. .. .. .. .. * ,.5
a a m,: alms or dsmases against the es- *N .. * ** ** ** ** ** * 00
tate Alvtn D. Wright. deceased. tofpSe- t .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. So.. U
ent t e sane to the undersigned withIn K .. "* .. ** .. ** h *
*w. v(ear. from this d"t. August O .f .. ** ** ** ** .
'-th. OEO. W. WW T s ** ** ** ** ** ** **
in tor. Aug. G.os-oawow. o .. *. ** .0 *6 *6 *..S *.
-t ::' E .. .. .. 0* *00 .0
F 0 S *O 0 000 'oo** .0 ..
Notice At Application for Permit to Sel s : sO . .. . ...
Liquors, Wines and eer. .. .. S,..... ... .... .... ....t... S
Where J. Mitchl has fled with girits turpentaIe I1 to % cents.
th- j >:;ir of County Commissioners for
,,iin CoCunty, Florida, his applica- .
1.' : r permit to sell liquors, wines and Awsly & Co.'s Report.
l,., r in Election District 16 of sa coun- -
iv I,. State; any efitleen of such election New York Cotton aet.
ilitri may show o anVIany there be.. 0p L ows
Lit t!rw mfeting of Ow Board to be held 912 18
on Ti.asday. te 4 day of October next, = -arch ..:9. 27 927 9
wh uch nit not be gnted. October .. S.o... 8113 W e $ 81 8$0
CA o Mct hW. r Of. I December .. ..M #10 04 960
County Commnlssioners, Becambia Coun- Liverpool Spots 528.
t, FIirida. By L. G. Aynard. Deputy NewYork f tot sa
Fwerk. -

AdmiIstratT~s Netice.
Notice is hereby given to creditors, leg-
tets. distributes sad all other persons
aving claims or demands against the
.sta., of Matthew 8. Mason deceased. to
vrefen the Munme to the undersned at
Bl" springg. Florida, within one (1)
ye ir from this date.
August 0th, 106. -_ _.

"0 aug-Oeawsw


Grain and Provielem Market.
Open High Io nCloee.
December ... .. 7
September .. .. ..78 Te1 T0% 76
Open Low Close
December .. ... ] 43 4Q% 42
Sep be 47 4% 47
a t~

I 1 Ig lw 0Close
AN OROtANCe December ... ..... 1 k 1 l31
An Ordinance to Provide ior the tebeb .. ** I 4e 80 o so
onstrucUon i a System of Storm
Water Drdas and Seietary Sewers New Yerk Steak Market
f- the cty of Penacaow. so. Pac. .... .. .. .. .. .. O m
It It Ordained by the Wor and ow .r .. ** .. *.i9 111
Council o C the City aof sW m: Aes.. I 0*.. 0..*.o. .. :..
Section 1. That a system aof ton At .. *.. *...... .. .. i
water drais a tar sewe for S. B. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Ts 78%
%e City of P.e..mdcoa,. abea co- *L .*6 e ..12 13i%
n5u ..- -- **0 00 s.o*of. 46 47
strct to plans the 0 -for C. i .. .. .. .. .. .. 54% 65
prepared r T. hlAey Bto, en-.7 8.* .* .. **e* .. .. *46 be
keer r oanad the I d o** b 8. .. *. ..107 l
BaDd Trustees o, o es W Pema- X ....* .. .. S%
eala, and aw@reO d by this ocmct, ad .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .? 77
object to such hnes as may be P ..... .. .......... 97
recommended by te ond q- Bond CL C..... ... ..13 4% 173%
1Ca nada Paci::c17 1% .. ....114% 175%
fruetee and approved bl T. .C. .. f1.. ..4.. 4 144
sad as provided In the contract t o P. 0. ... .. .. .. .. .. 0% 91
the ocztructan of JId san -of ILD.G.,.'.* "-."..13"...9i13 }u i
drates and sewers entered lana on the . .. .. .. .. .. .. 7% 27%
7th day of July A. D., 130, bly and L R .... .... .. ... 28
between R. C. Storrie, contractor, sad .. *. .. .. .. ..14
the sMd Board ot Bond T rute U.a P .... .. ,...... .... .. i i .
I"4 for and on behalf of the OWty ot
isaoola, which sa id cotrat s Ausley A Co.0'aDI1y Cotn iLqtter.
ereby approved and ratified, and the Nw York t r
yar Is hereby authorized nd dl* faBed to at t adttatce s
eato join In the execution ther*- yesterday oa s geg ca _re
of tor and on behalf of the (It7 ot poftjngm spots reded f& powtie irhfii on-
PeasaWo. That, the tual tracts were r to six lower showing
t&o of said system of draia and! that the Englishmant does not take the
rewns shall be Oommenoed on the reports of deterioration during August
first day of Stember* 1906, or s Tvery seriously and we are much disposed
xe thereafter as tie owd of at Bd to read these reports as embracintag
sees, with the approval of the prospective rathot than representative
IoI may determine. damage.
section 2. 'Itat the proposed oo- The forth in ve.A t report to
tet of T. COtkley Hatton, aas on- be Issued Ma t -S m lp$mbr 10 at 1
salting and supervising engineer, with p. m., is Ukely to show a lesser amount
the City of Pesameola, dt April 9th ginned than for the presegm year as
WO, sad stmiitted by the Board ofI the crop of the Atlantic states has af-
Bod TrustMes for appVal of this 'forded absolutely nothing, Texas being
Cocll July 1h, 1906, be and the the sole seaoe of supply, and the con-
sune is hereby approMed, and the ditton repast win ta all probeilty range
Mayor and t i Board of Bord Ts* around 78 which b would be about seven
tem of the Ciy of Penesafet are points better than lat year. A shrink-
heeby auathorised nd directed to ese, age to this peat has been discounted and
omte the mie fr and an bela of we doubt f i th report will exert any
md City. stimulatg influence and if so merely a
Setion 8. IThat ite said T. Chalk teapmr one. Shorts have accepted
Iy Rttaton g omier 4 and ti ms-lot preits aud there has beeo no extended
itts as Is p9M d In the Io-o interest later this character to pre-
contracts, amre bt of the estate covering.
00trucoJn ots f Ida t & of drains r. Prie t saMid to lavor improvement
and sewers but .th DB tof Publc and to be working to that end. After his
Wral. shahl udee snkh lasta*Ctons fsse* of last summer another attempt on
As may be given fthP t to time his part would be very amuh Hke a see-
by ordinsaot or h f CC teu ond marriage, the triumph of hope over
( Iunpcl mper oe w BetWl oo experience
stretIon of all i4 d We hardly thtin prices can hold under
o o d r the any very tree moremet at nd read the
Posaiwe of u market a sale on reaction. There s no
.o.nected w1MIh Me O--0-h l atlloft lhod C a nytig other than an
$own sfi & a -pply and that the consum-
d. td ery should OWd the =&*at up en himself
Iieby e bBr' i d iK e4,d out o eems Improbable, -
*5 proseeb of 4e w ecsnt
So four (4%) Pal n a M y ty Relieved
M eost btiMo the 1 a Chaambeq'Wq Palm Balm.
IPpse of as @ eI a t A. e ctoth Michael Strans, of
wrage and drifSe not more Ii ,2-"..--e. .. iaiuSr i- -rau
eWggavater thaw 'pS-a u MdVeron, Com.0 was seAently in great
flttty Tlhousand Mar U A 00 m a SgaSo ad am s
aMt0 s. '" o pme a eay lmed the
Sdopoa. .r. emI *. s local "e-
nased JWly 25t 1W to
Approval July 30th. 110. *Lm e th
Attest: b.'. ggWl o wlatef.
C. l M, g.g 4gr r _l m s .
ak Er Ne .ed- ,td -or V ouats.,
-op faeat, etrsap "- e sbWeak, andd
Administrator's Notice. '*i~ Sw SnI e4 a di woat.'
Notice is hereby given the cretors For sale by i
*l-! a pm-n-

me t ees and all perevas
avuitg claims or demand agalet the
ate of James McDonaM, deoeased,
to present them to me at my o0oe
Io the City of PSai& a. lorda,
wIthi wO years fom this date.
Augus 2nd, 1906. J. J. SBliVan, Ad.
t~Ilstrator estate of James IMcDon-
tE taugoaw w

S'irtUe of aa ne x~.iaue out o
p Ormlt (O f t sat A nbla OntYl.
It"e.(i Florida. w aft L@Mb AL Pe ok


alld aMAI

break out and woew andhobLe
it beosm"saehay csoa for

yew own em" auf emir
with yo asafi,

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Saolt asL hI, POr Tm. Ar.


erwt d. Am. as, Dyer, 1W0o, New
Orleans, to mater.
T1w1 N, Br I, to ssd, 1M0. Monte-
vyideo to order.
erawwood, Br s, Ors ocb~, l55
Tempico to theb W. L K yer Co.
.4oneeuch, Br as, Alston. 2443, DOWr
ri% to Gif Traput 0o.
'T a o Wayma, Br m, J'Mn ,,
1U14. SL Micte'a to Iftx Kl e otman,
Avaoti Nor ap, Aa ropn, 1648
London to order.
SUrreirm, Fort ", arros, SK UA;
bon to master.
Lea, .1ati hip, TaUs Sra, 1H l, Io
i to order.

AMid, Swed bk, S9ea n,
Durban to master.
. Andrea, Nor bk, Quale, 114, Durban
to master.
Mona, Nor bk, Pedersen, 1S8 to
' Noach VI, Swed bk, B fDeldt, 1260,
Port Natal to order.
OUv0ni, Ital bk. Oa, Geoma to or
Superb, Nor bk, UUich. 1934, Ant.
rerp to A. Zelus & Co.
To Ital bk, Marees, 60, Na-
ples to. ater. -
Asa T. Stowell, Am eoh. Thompso,
345 Philadelphia to OCry & Co.
- Donna CnMstnm, Am soh, MooLe..
161. Bese to master.
311's n Am cIm Aelan. 55, Tamw
pa, to order.

But Cured by Chamberlain's Collo,
Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy.
"When my boy was two years old
he had a very evere attack of bowel
complaint, buL by the wee of Oh(mber-
lain'e Colic, Cbolera and nDauoea
Rmedy we brought hian out all
rAt" ys Maggie Hickox, of Md-
lod, rUe. This remedy caa be de-
paide D in the most etero
cases. en oholerm infantum 1s
cured by it. Poiow the plai prnted
disom os and a cure *o certain. For,
sale by A sldruglgst&.

I% Natves R*w Bew.t.e Keep Ceel
na e0"ehiu Weather. .
It is a summer Intaly; the hot, white
roads' radiate heit as do the blank
faces of the houses." There Is not a
soul stirring at this hour except a
party of *ie Americams;* they
are evidently mad, for they do not keep
Sthe shabad, whic4 from. the Itallan
point of view, is far more lacking In
intelligence than not "knowing enough
to go in when It tfins."
It is intesting to note that while
the summerbeats down pitilessly until
Italy is seethed in a white heat the
death rate from hat prostration Is tar
less in propUDwUon than with us In our
more temperate climate, and for the
reason that the Italians walk religious-
ly on the shady side of the steet If
anything takes them abroad before the
cool of the day: and that every man,
woman ad child for wbho It Is pon-
sible spends the middle of t0e day in a
cool costume n doorms
Fortunately it is possible for the me.
jority. for during the hot weather many
factories ie two or three hours tor
the nooning, and that Is why our town
presents the appearance of a deserted

In the latter part of the *fthrn0oou
the evening breee springs up and the
town awakes and resumes the work
which was begun the early morning.

the Ulttie Hotel Italia and stroll around
the garden af te dinner, ya ma, *y
following up one of the gravel walks,

screened off from the garden bs close

An acetylene gas jet sheds a stImI
lght on a table and er, outof doors
in the cool of the evening brooem, a
woman is Iroefig. The Irons are
heated by two tiny charoosl fires made
In earthen ubrass, which resemabi
large square Sowenpots. Annuasata
does not need a ap stan d xg -siset
In its stWe'ng to heat her bw touw a.
It Is doubtal t she has ever see
such a range In her life, Sr, tmOgh
she Is the eook of the hotel, to whi
is attached -a restaut, ad m a
people ta'e tler meals theime dail, e

mento than O awerage Ausui a See.
fly would Ie to aook Its I meal.
In the cool of the meratg in telied
and sprinkled her clothes, dM the
morning work early and then jested.
Now se stags as she works In the
fth" evntg air. Altug people
are-dining at the stone tables a the
garden, she to as remote om them as
t she were working to a bet kItem.
There is a lesson to be drawn tmm
these two pictures, and that ist t we
Americans are often saee sed 0 the
altar of cur own prosperity, and go



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be exceptonallycoone. Prepare for it now by
placing your order.
Special for September and October delivery.
We handle all the best grades, such as Jellico, Galla-
way, Alab a, etc. Get our prices before placing
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Sd* M tlezhg f r dret at $.11 A |Ado th year. vtratarInt |
b esnes Sir b veala easomemrs.
Fewr per cent Interest Pald on Time Deposit.

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GItlaeni Ntlonal Bank

City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds.
Denoinati ,.0 eah. Dated January 1st, 190. Maturing January
S1 Redeemable a t, 126. Intert Pyable Bem-Annually.

The Peoples Bank of Pensacola,
SPensacoia& Fl .,



TO-DAY and every, day until Oetober. 1qt the MISSOURI
chep Clot Tickets to CALIFORNIA. ORMON and NORTH-
Choice of two routes to CALIFORNIA. One through SAINT
Liberal stepevwe ef fve days ean Calfemla Tickets and ten
days on Nethwest Tikets.
No changes. Through Tourist stagbsge Owe nry day.

A ms A ."A," A I a .andh@A .W A Sm I%@ .

Trains 21 and 22 and trains I and 8 earry through sleeping car between
Pensacola and Jacksonville via River Junction and Seaboard Air Line.
Trains stop an signal.


Summer' Week Day Schedule-Steam
Train and ElectrI o Car Sohedule
Effective June 19,1906.
Between Peneeoola and Big Bayou.
Lv. Pensaoola. Lv. Big Bayo.
6 a.m. 9 p.m. 6:20 10:0O P.M
7 a.m. 10 p.m. 7:30 U1:30pJ
8 am. 11 p.m.* 8:30
9 am. 9:80
10 am. 160:30
11 a.m. 11:30
12 noon 12:30 p1a,
1 P.I. 1:30
2 p.m. 2:40
3 pm. 3:30
3:80 p.m. 4:00
4 p.m. 4:30
4:30 p.. 5:00'
6:00 p.m. 5:2
65: p.m. 6:00
6:00 p.m. 6:80
6:80 pm. 7:00
7:00 p.m. 7:30
7:85 p.m. 8:00.
8:00 p.m. 8:30

to promptly report to the general
office any inattention to duty or die
courtesy on the part of employees anj
to make speclfc criticisms of service.

Round Trip and Cheap

One Way Rates


California and Northwest
Round trip and summer excursions
from all points east to the Pacific coast
and northwest until September 1S, with
special atop-ovej privireges. good return-
Vound trip tket account the Baptist
Convention. San Praneisco and Uon An-
gd 1 on sale from September 2 to 14,
Ina~l mt October 31.
Cheap colonist one-way tickets to Call-
fornia and Northwest from August 2T
to October 1.
Use the splendid through service of
the Southern Pacific from New Orleans.
or Union Pac le from St. Louis or Chi-
cago to destination with steamship lines
to Japan, ChIna, etc.
Write me for rates and Information.

*Saturday only. 14 Peahtr it.. Atlanta, a.
Between Penosla eand ePet
Bamrama. Pensacola, St. Andrews and
Lv Pen ola. Ly ort m Bf Stea ip Co.
7:150 a.m. 118:0 am. STEAMER TARPON.
9:0 am. 11:00 A W. 0. BARROW, Master.
11:00 am.* 12:15 pin. FIRST-CLAS8 PASSENGER AND
12:50 p.m. 2:00 p.m. FRIGHT SERVICE.
3:50 p.m. 5:10 p.m. -Between-
6:20 p.m. 7:00 p.m. LA, CARRABELLK, ST. AN.
8:30 p.m.0 8:00p.m* DREWS, MILLVILLE.
'Saturday o*Ty. And all points on St. Andrews Bay, Car-
rabelle and Apalachicola.
J446 V0 Penmacola Sunday. 8:30 p. n.,
Steam tran Ihavitg Penseacfa at for Mobile, Ala.
7:15 a. m. will stop between Peas Leave Penscola, Tuemlav, :30 p. in..
cola- an Big o oi *.* for St. Andrgew.. il]ville. ApalachlcolA,
cola and Big BWrou only to ta 40 sCftrrabefe and intermediate points.
passengers for ponte& beyond BU S er additiolm information apl to
Bayou. Ste=tam ta leaving ftOrt Bar.. J. R. SA "S.
5:10. wiVal to pE R. COma, Presidenot
rancas ats:10 between: eeneal Frt. and Pass. Agt. Pen
Big Bayou and Peueola only to putt scola, Fla.
off passt from beyond Ill'
Bayou. Otber 'e~ traita will make
The above ahledules and regs Ku
tlons subject to chuawe without notie TERR IIATF
Local Freoht Regutlatons. TERRE HAUTE
Freight shipped by the 7:15 a m..
train will be received only for point RAILROAD
beyond Big Bayo. and will not be
received liat than l --a w All THE DIRECT LINE TO
other Week Day trains lavin Pea
sasola not later thwo 3:5 p. f. caSry|
freight for any Point, but freight i C H I C A Iili 0

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As well as your Deed, Insurance Pol-
id es and other valuable papers in our
safety depot vaults, where yourself
or authorized parties can ea ly place
their hands on them wien desired.

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Pal geoa WIbter Clsthin, and the
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A*~i.4ai League.
Waiblft" Y. Tfladeliorla,3
fotoWN6* YOrk C"
.Detroft @;*COhleago 2.,'
alevtbld Va;3Lt!Atdo

New toIk *lMTIrtgame.
Now York'2 ; aripgbm 1, f. 'nsiswigame.
Plttabwirg%;it L ouls I.
Pbtlolshiba; Boston* S.

Atank ~ upM W-#,* secnod Same.,
Nanhytlie IS;'Uttle Rock 4,.fAMutSame.
Nashiville 1; IUttlq Rock 1, second
same. sew* r lucing
Btrutinglulp -hreveport, rain.
Montgeqm 7 -NOW Orleans. rain.

'wa"tai' Ow h 'Remedy
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S- The t mucoeastal medicine are
rin e, hrn r C. those that aid Wtre. OhambefttiaJ
i looW ed W t ionW bis pln. Take
S- voc r V it we. yw have oold and I wiil
S 04i 0M .. Palafox 6I. alW t o"00061% releve the lunge,
Pha b 7 aid expaitorrako. o'p the secretions
and aid utUr 1t restoring the sys-
SOV. J V*ML,*aIgr. te ~. a althy coid'ton. Thou-
, We rry a ttU aine of aImpone d aa4 mnds Kve te" e_ to Its superior
DoetUe Gaeoerles and ProvilakI exoelleaee. It count tracts any ten-
W r aut yor'r\ataoma. dency o^ a o to result in pneu-
rsh .tock eof waters Mneskeral monL. Pce 26 ents,.. Large ,i
l jot riee d, 3 -.for U cents. Wtch 60 fta nr Wale by elI druggist.
H ftor aale-41 per sallo.
i_, __....__ .met now to D Ln.
S ,- Advance to he Inner door and give
$f n i Sand Altabama three d"lstint rps. The "devil" will
and I n i 1 nameD, p o tece address and the num-
I D UI NI Y i ber of ye that you axe owing for
LAID COMPANY: yanz th t you
.Manuftre,.rs of the pPe. He WUill then admit you
and D.aler I You wm advance to tbi center of the
t IM. SAWED C YPNIEK 8N1 oom, addlrs the editor with the fol-
SAND KILN-DRIED SAP. lowing cowatein: Extend the right
S .band ab t to tettfrom the body,
with the l mb and Index ftger clasp-
51 ARK LEARNING THAT BY Ing a toa dollar bll, which dropsl Into
S. v' LIFEP ASURANCE the extded hand- f the editor, at the
S IMwe O WO are m 9l1* 2 t e same time saying, "Were you looking
'I* poU fd debtss cured, undervlimed .." S ."--,0_ ^S^
t@ i debs s.rded bedaeas ruede lfor me?" The editor will say, "You
Steu~rle. guarded, business reader 1 ^ w you
vate, isvestments given permanent bet" After giving i m te news you
4 ad capital preserved. A policy will be obliged to retire with a receipt
SQUITADBIZ does althis, for the oMliatioo properly discharged.
mre-prvideo for the family at- -Ktingman (Kean.) Leader-Couriter.
Y our death. Send us your name. .
o1 sad address. n E k -e am oera mesiela,.
R W KN W SLC8 R08.. Insureo. There s.alws more or less talk
__ "_II_",___ current abot ablhlllong posiltlon and
:-*'-^ -di pelsnI peul, The trouble Ii to
S- -- i- the ad & to find reform-
Ilia Art i y!, A I eorl "]l alto great A was
once r ag n the labor member of
parilamtat. 1wery Bw-4hrst, the
Sm Duke ofetArgyll ad others at her eoon-
try y t. he was a strong Liberal.
and oqe eveanit iutvaed galatst the
hous-e O eWtds. it wuL be swept
away t.IV did n4ot r(orm, ash said
iR armakewith te or. "
S e hs u w'i ye~alol eWt.'Mrs. ir."
in L tie has much to | La V.. i pleae, ir. an
with your appear. awats c a.

and should have
4 ,'same careful selec-
t i s your other wear-
i.,ppiarl. If you select

from our tie stock y

. be assured of

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uem Veust ceOft r wi bt,,t
mmstk, mt 'eoway I

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'Oms V ~S!~1bhSSImOSPtls.s
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I writer,, let ~einal drink Is



I Brooks detached the Columbia and or-
mdered to Naval Hospta.. Newport, .
Sm, mm| I.. for treatment; B. H. Dbrsey order- r Vn
m n HL ed to Naval Recruiting Station. Des m r l
Moines. la.; F. Z Sellers detached n *W mkk-I
THE the Ohio and ordered to the Mohican; TOO LONG
L m H. L. Brown, ordered to Naval Re T OlO
Scatting Station, P'ttsburg, IPa., thou in obtaining a bottle of Hostetter'
LI ITLE I home to wait orders. Stomach Bitters when the Stomuach
laistant Paymaer--W. N. Hhes Jver or Bowel are In -bad shaped you
the Severn, ordered home ettle onlyprolong your suffering. et it
mIuNI mr account and then wait orders; J. tay.
I NER-- Hornbcrger ordered to duty as assist
AAis ant to the general storekeeper, Leagu Hostetter's
tp vi m._. .and w yarl. - ---nw
UPaas tome CVlerks-C. W. LMe or. 4"Stomach Bitter s
m --_ m de to the.dordo; T. J. dS tBkiittm C sm r
e Cigar f ( QU ally Chief, Boatswbine-P. Deery oedle itt ice- tb of gr tmmto
4 to New York yard; A R. tNickeron people during its 53 years' experience.
"The cannot fool all dntached the Ob'o and ordered to the ItceU lnastjl. Dypepa Ca.
the people all,. #ve, t osImon t; U V.L8 .(woort, a MVenosse Fen eme II*or -ialaral re.
that's the reoawn ahy , oatnw -ASe ckt tad
___ -4'A^ -_- the even and ordered to the PeO
many brands .o cig r1; J. Coy deta eed the Gel" __
spring in the lime eight tor and ordered to the wton; .
and n back., into 6 .GJ. |r enede a the Rainbow and
livion. Their ItWbl !e d hd the Raleigh and or- AN li L 0 LUIIIy
W w,.. lon- if. nmfia.. dered to tme Ws in. -
r sails on its merits, errantt h ts-R. C. Steele When your shirts, coHar sad
and is -becoming more detached t ae w and ordered to. *_ d-n't tIook rig--i ta Is
and more uar er l* d Naval A pital; J. J. Cot. akly oele and the t hes ca a
tar andl X A- *Pa.h.neMn detshebo oft toD clothes esawat mike Sa0

Fl nature

3There's not a home
needs a piece or two
kind. If it is an old

in Pensacola
of Furniture

but that
of some

The excursion which was
I Il to take place last night for T1 lll L
lthe benefit of he Sisters of a i
Mercy was postponed until

on account f inclement. so& -T
weather. All -tickets that
tMnt hh theil were sold hold good for to- MFBn F.M MF b "
b 0 Tk anight. h"r.
m m uBoat Leaves 7:30 p. m.
The "Monarch w11 return n time
bo*tal to The fe4*~nm to t, the car. eaor 8. Maory noe th.
IM8p IN.,e M ___MlheWa_-two_ *ppo-tpments tot" AY t l
lawt aeJ= at--P--"P"Oll mto sa m M be
orders have been ssed to oaeros of wl be l to hear from an e
the United tate Nvy: A men between the ages of 1 sad 21 year
oPtn-s--W. A. l ordw edI I who may deire the e sl... -
to duty as assslat to the e0Rliamet W to underoa physical ad eucatisl
ocoer. Boston yard; W. IL H. South- --- w*n-t4.81 Snsor arr wiV
elated 0aommiatlon aanomeed. furn t 'an: inermation conmew"al It to
a.wmh..t~iwhoN OW mtonhim.
"- o. ** FRIDAY, SEPT. 9th, ", ,..... .- --.
tached command of the Nasge and ;or. dwmeater. be In good -physical coadl-
dered to duty as assistant to the in- AT 3 O'CLOCK. tio, and be able to pass the ed=&-
,spector of the eveath 4TJe oqse ti, .-boo ---
Ustr- t and In charg, ^,Septbsr N; i in iM *A ti on oth naval academy an d
Inspector of ship building on Atlantic It Includes to a veY dr &0 desirabenan
coast and general Inspector of works PENSACOLA NIING ASSOCIAN mu cksouu# afterby great many
of the General flecricwn C pany wn nyog men. it costs the government
Sohenec a*n. Y ler rComp n., dMatch Race-Little Dan and Sweet- UomehlbI like 5,9M0.00 a year. or a total
Sachenetdyth NO Y.n; ordered .ohome; heart. of 21,00.00 for the tour yeatr' course-
h t Hee ade ordered hto d a om 2: Clase-Sally Ann. Willow Bel and for sOerY aOTal student, and there are
ervisor of New York ,harbor. r W Frank F. Jr. fTew yon ment who caL h ed that much
offiln ordered to Naval Station, 0. Match Running' Race- mile.. The .oe et o their educaton bI soe
hie. bay stallion, Lord Strathberry, will pac one else.
tTito an. t .. ... ." an exhibition mile. and will attempt to
M ntenantll acO li lower the track record. which 21% TIs laave effect of Chamber-
Maxwell detached Naval e. e nde. ain's Stinch and IAver Tablets is
ordere atovas le; W. A. Mol ett de.d A W1iON 25 CENTS. so a breeale and so natural you can
to the Braof__mt;T_ d zss that It I. Produced by a
Magruder detached Naval AcademyW medicinee These tablet lse oe i -mt
and p'aed on walUng order; J. R iie't4 "luron. Nr sale by a-ll &.-.."
3die detached the Wisconsin and or BOSS
dered to the Mohican; U & de Stel CARPENTER'SI!
guer detached duty as eupervt1o9 New jo inPAam rt Joiot meeting ofCarpenter's Union No.
York harbor and ordered to duty as I Ie C 1rm l IU8V1 74, 107 and 11. Thursday, Spt. By
order of D. C. of U. B. C. J. of A.
assistant to the supervisor. can furalsh you creaa in RBURRES, Pres.
Lieutenats--R. W. Hendersoa or say quanUty. SatiWle t W. N. LOUNSBERRY, Bu. Asent.'
dered to New York yard; A. B. Keat guaranteed.
Ing detached the Severn and ordered PHONE 1 -I
to Naval Academy; A. M. Cook de AM B08i0. Prk Nme"me Drees hieU
tached the Nevada and ordered to A To make an lexpeive dream s he.
Naval Academy; Spear detached _ purchase about keoanYaneqae ros s erd
Naval Proving Grounds, India Head pu.rhab a btt senagom yardone
Md.. and granted twou mondths'n A Chanty, Jr., detached the Wisconsin of.iatweight rubber ueetth il one
leave. C. P. Burt detachethe Mohs and ordered to the a4eigh; -H roof na tape. Tear up an old
can and ordered home; C. iels, M. J. French and IL W.. CObantss detached shield for the pattern sad tell together
or k, C. R. MIller, J. H. the W!sconsln and ordered to the Cin the seam in the middle and bind the
one and P. WR. ote detached the nnati; C B. Mayo, detached the edges with tape. About three pair of
Baltimore and ordered to the Ohio: Wisconsin and ordered to the Wil shields can be made from the one-
J. IP. J. Ryan detached the Raleigh and mington; F. F. Rogers detachedth quarter yard at the cost of about 13
ordered to the Wisconsin; Z. r'_o Wisoonsn' and the Quiros; cents per pair, thereby saving from 15
detached the Concord and ordered to w. F. Newton detached the ho and to 2 cents pair, and I fnd that
the Weonsin;L Bry ordered to ordered tot they more durablethn the bought
the Raleigh;,N.L. ,Jones, detached stein detached the,- n-waeow and Or te aremo nle than teog
e tatnd orde to tie Balti dered to the PawvouO; W. B. lOwe onea.-Pblladelphlaftes.
more;-.. "C. Richar detached the detached the Wisconsin and ordered
leano andorderedhtehe Balttmore: to the Concord; F. L FRelctmuuth det m -
mL Bassett. detacbed the Wisconsin tached the Ohio and ordered to the Few people counlder mutton fat good
and ordered to the Q.lros; 3. & Walk- 'Helena; Hf B. Reibe detached the i tng, yet It Is a mastake to ehoose
er detached the Wieconain and or.- s. consin and ordered to the Rain lean mttn because the absence of
dered to the .Conord; L. Sargent ow; J. 5. Itowell, Jr., detle the fat shows poorly fed stot The fat
ordered to Naval Proling Gtounds, In Co andordered to should be white, not yellow, and the
dian Head, Md.; U. 8. Macy deqtchej WHcox, Jr. detachedthe t Iouis met should be w frt, and dry. As a
the West Vrgn' and ordered o th and order red to the West Virgin- neral rule, all met held be firm.
Kittinger commissions announced. Medical tospectors-N. H. Drake or not flabby. But, whfle to choosiag
nulgns-C.I L. BrErs resignation dered to Wshington. D. C., Octobler 1 mutton one should look for a piece of
accepted; M. Milne detached the Ohio for examination to retirement, then, which the lean part IA dark colored, In
and ordered, home; W., D. Goeetham home to await orderA H. Beyer the case of lamb a8 -veal the meat
detached the Wisconsin and ordered to detached the Ohio an ordered to the em ot be too white.
The Wilmington: C. 8. Vanderbeck R1Wnbow.
and S. M. Robinson detached the Surgeonse- J. Grow detached the
Ohio and ordered to the Baltimore: oble ordered to the Ohio: R a and pleas-
T. L. O ubuna nd W. A Wncum detachn- Spear .detahed the Ba. ti ore- and or A lady I..... of speech and pleas-
ed he wton and dsered to h dered to Nva Hospital. Canaao, P. Iat in manner. A lady always has
Wisconin;W. GIles and F. V. Mc- G. H. Barber detached the Wisconsin perfect control of herself, keeps her
Nair, Jr.. detaced the Ralelgh and or- and ordered to Naval. Station, Olong- engagements and is not oblivious of
dered to the Wisconsin; D. Gheat de apo, P. I.; C. P. K ndleberger detach her liabilities. She has the courage of
tcched the Ba'nbridg and ordered to ed Naval Station. Olontapo. P. I., and her convictions. It there be an occasion
the Wieconsin; P. P. Bassett detached ordered to the Baltimore. for self denial, she is capable of It.
the Wisconsin and ordered to thy Gal- Passed Asaistant Surgieons-H E She cannot help having nerves, but she
veaton; J. W. Hayward the Galveston Odell detached the Galvestcn and or will not make a display of them to the
and ordered to the Chbtattanooga; F dered to the Weconsin; F. A. Asser- wlmtot ot he.d
ernet for secal auty F W Stel- Rana orered to Numb re c ruit i
e toethe Ohio; E^0. Fih ordered Aistat Sur eon---. C. Taylor It Is disllusionaing to a degree to see
Boston yard for course of instruction ordered to the Hancock; P. W. S an otherwise lovely and dainty woman
In naval architecture at the Massa. Dean, ordered to Washington, D. C. with neglected finger nails, soed col-
chusetts Institute of Technology, for examination and promotion then ar band or some other sign of eare-
*MIdshipmen-A. 0. Wilhelm, HI. De- wait orders; E. L. Jo s detached Na leNsness. One cannot help but feel
lano and J. 8. McOa'n detached the val Hospital, Mare Iland ad ordered that these are Indications of greater
Ohio and ordered to the Baltimore; H to duty In atteidnce upon course o orteoming, ad if a woman does not
Allen detached the Wisconsain and or. lastruc'en at Naval Medical School r tom e chan I mtreawoon it
to the umore Naval Recru iting Station St. Louis. were wel tfor her to look to hert nals
S.Mo., then to Washington, D. C.. F. H. and collar bands.





Before drinking& see that you
t e he GENT7TTUNr A wrdA

Sto the wise is sufficient.

Hygela Bottling Works,

124 re C.'.*tre.

Phone 587.

Doors, SAsh, Bbiks, Tured and Scroll Work.
Having pur own manufacturing plant, we
are in position to quote prices on all build-
ing material that spells money saved" to
every contractor or person who intends to

Soanders Mill CoomWny,

raw ,? 21......... I .~

tee .ee:4eee.eqeesfl~e~..00".#*

The Greatest Summer Comfort

For the Home

Is undoubtedly a gas range and gas water
heater in the kitchen. The fire is always
laid, the water always hot.

Pensacola Gas Company

PhM 148.*

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This famous brand is. still to be found at the old reliable
West Florida Steam Bakery
N; MoK. OCRTING, Manager
Phone 242 No. 8 S. PALAFOX


We want your business summer and winter.
Place your orders now for Coal at summer prices.
We handle the best grades-Jellico, Galloway and
Alabam. All lump.
We still maintain our up-to-date ice delivery
system: Our price for ice on the platform is 25c
per 100 pounds or over..
Ice pscked in sacks and sawdust for shipment
omu specialtY,
0ri t Moto--Prompt attention and courteous, r ,
Pdasw7y, -Cseau Gwden mad Mwresa Streets,
P. O. Bo^4) Phone 232

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Table, Sideboard or Chair-"
;i64 anA::^n dt here that wi'lluit you to
: t"e Q"ieea'^S taste" and at modest prices.
S, If you haven't the money, you can buy
i "ow, pay later.

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'. YnrrEN9ACOLA; JOUHNAt; firrxm. 3Wy"JWORmrtO: SEPTEMBER 6, 1901 ; !
PAG!!: B

( Thousands Each Day Who Are Looking for'; Bargains V ;'V11

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On and after Mon- McMillan Bros. Co. ,
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day .- JV
the J 12:50: train willbe -- to old'timers the winter of'1906-7 will READ row''" READ UP i:' -'
Sailed. Traina'Nos.. .:
Trains Nos. :
discontinued until (Paollna, Its!. fok, for Buenos Ayres. be exceptionally cold one. Prepare for it now by 4 __ 3 1 q: 'd t,2 !
placing your order. 'I1Qpni 11:6 am Lv. .. ..Peni3.coa.! .. ...Ai. soo am 4:00pm a 3! I:30am

further notice.Pensacola 1:2Itppl Ar... ...Montgolnery..Lv. 9:15pm 11:15&1& N } ;
VESSELS IN PORT. .COAL AT SUMMER PRICES Jl.SaJ 3:10pmAr.( I .. ...rm"11lbam '.. .. Lv. 4ltpcs: I $23am ",

Electric MQBIUE. ALABAMA.MARKETS. Steamships.Berwind r-25ptn 3:17am Ar..Naslirifle..Lv. 8:45am Js6am: t..rt ,"

Special for September and October delivery.We 8O0pni 3S1am LT., .. ...Nashtlile.. .. ....Ar. 8:11am : 6am ,, :
Am. ss, Dyer, 1607 New handle all the 1:25am I 8:16am Ar.. .. .EvansvilIe..Lv. : '
Company, Orleans. to master. best grades, such as Jellico, Galla- 7:10am :10pm I Ar..St.LOUiS..Lv. f 390a: 1:10pm \" :

W. Leadley Mgr.Legalldverlisemlnts order.Br as, Ford' 1290.. ,Montevideo way, Alabama, etc. Get our prices ,before placing 7.0pm :27am v.. .. ..Nashville, .. .. ..M. 3:43pm 827 am J 3:30pm 2lhal :: },, ,

J. t 'Kernwood. Br ss, GuUoch" 2558. your orders elsewhere. ltam I 8:3Qam Ar.. .. ..Louinille .. .. ..Lv. 2:46am 9SOpa :; '" '. ,
Co. 7Zath 1OIR'n M.. .. ..Cincinna.tI.. ... ..Lv. 11:0Opm I 5:00pm -1 ?
Tamplco to the W. S. Kevser WE :: _ _ t
.Nonesuch, Br ss, Alston 2443. Rosario IIIII.a '.
NAVAL STORES. Between Pensacola, Mobile and New Orleans. ; 4 .. .
to Gulf Transit Co. ._ b ..
Savannah, Ga., Sept. 5.-The naval Thomas Wayman Br as, Johnson STRATTON ICE WORKS 64,7 2A3 44.1 342 144 540 ;:'..' :
stores market dosed today as foUows: 1414, St MichaeTs to Bit Ii! binson. -
Administrator's Notke. 7:00a1j:0U:5mPensaCOla.. ..:..r-( :OO3mr 4 !
Is hereby given to creditors.- W W .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. -..5 60- Ships. Box 136. Phones 59 & 259. J. R. KILLAR .. 6:30pm i" .,
Votlce .Mobfi
2 .
Manager. iO:45am :56am 4:12pmAr k.LT4ll:4Camll:59am] |
.. .. ] 2:85pa6:00pm .
distributees. and all other personsharirc W G .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 5 35:>> Avantl Nor ship, Anderson; 1648 Iii
.ttt's claims or demands against the estate -I N .. ... .. .. .. .500 | 7:15am| 8:15pm'Ar.' New Orleans. Lv 8H5pm|. ._ ':lia.. 4' :
I :: :: :: I: :: :: : London to order.
tf Alvin D. Wright. deceased. to pre- M .. .. .. .. :. .465 I .t-I.
"the same to the undersigned within K .. .. .. .. ... ... .. .... .. ..4 60 Ferreira Fort ship Barros 506, Lte- FlomatCHi, Pensacola, River Junction and Jacksonville. ".
Idlt % from this date. August I .. .. .. .. .. .. ..4 50 bon to master. ; : '

'two i'!3th. (WM.. 1 years GEO. W. WRIGHT 80(Administrator oawSw.- H :: .V.: V.: .V.: .:..:........:.::..:..::4 4 45G 45 (Lena, .Itai ship, Tassara 1581,Lon 21 5 I 1 3 ".rralns where do not time atop Is&t stations L\ S I f I 6 I zDaIlyDaiyjDaIly1Dal1y ., : .

Aug. p'.. ..I. .. .. .. '.. .. '.. ..440 don. to order. \ \ \ no shown IDa.UrfDa':1DaD1: : 1 r i;

Notice of Application for Permit to Sell D.E...,.... ... .. .. .. .. .... .......... ....415 4 30 Barks -.,:;-;-"---- 4:55 2:3 I 2lOj Lv..klomatou .. .Ar. lT1iT4I 1:25' 9:2 ..... ;::'1-:+:' .'

Liqjors( : Wines and Beer. C : ;: :: :< :: ;:.: -.:*. ...: "3 9'Spirits Alfhild Swed bk, Srensen, 1332,- ...... 5:00 2:35: 2:551..Ceut.urr-.I 12:40( 11 8:2: .... !.;\\.f-" ,
\Vhereas. J. L. Mitchell has tiled with "turpentine 61 to 62 cents. Durban to master. ..... 5:07 2:41\'3:051.. .. ....Bhtff.Sprinp; .. ._J'12:331 1:1 iU ..... i.: .,

the tfaml: Board>la County of County Florida Commissioners his applica-for : Andrea, Nor bk, Quale 114, Durban j:.... : .:: : .. .. ..MeDav1d.. ...... t1:2: t 1: 8: ..... : :.!!

tIop ;ft permit to sell liquors. wines and Ausl y & Co.'s Report. 'to master. You Can Deposit .p....I 5:3C 3:04'3S6.. .. .P1neBarren .. .... : I2:5 7.6: ..._. ,.0 ,

btof': in Election District IS of said coun- Mona, Nor bk, Pedersen, 1028 toorder. .....I 5:39 *:133:50..MOUnD.1159 1:41 7:41 ..... i i5:43 J'\" .'
t) md State;show any citizen of If suche1eCtiOfliptrkt there be. New York Cotton Market. :,....(- ... ..'.fH.. ....Qt :ltette .. .. .. 'U:61t1I. .7:3 ...... W.
nuy cause. any F, ,
at the meeting of the Board to be held'I I I January' .. .. ...>Open 12 High 918 Low flU Close 918 i Noach VI, Swed bk, Butgfeldt, 1260, ',.....I'5:5i -3:26.4:11.. .... ...Cottae Hill .. .....11: .12:2l 7:4 ..... ,. !<,.,\:.!
on Tuesday. the 2d day of October next March .. .. .. .937 932 927 927 : Port Natal to order. Your Will ;.... -, 19,'4:15.. ...Cantonment .. .. *11:( 12Zt ':11 ...., I 1 ;' -1,

irht X U such McMinan.permit Clerk should of not the be Board granted.of October ..... ....883 890 881 830 I OUvari Ital bk. Costa, Genoa to or ....1C6tJl: -3:34t54:23 .. .. ....G05iUIiJI.. ... .. ..U:351%: '76...... r. l ; .

County Commissioners Escambla County December Liverpool .Spots t. ..904 58. 910 904 909 der. ....l't03 -3::& .':26.. .. .. ....Roberti.11:83.1)01 -7:24...... : :S

Florida. By Ik O. Aymard. Deputy New York Spots 990. Superb, Nor bk. Ulich, 1934 Antwerp :As well as your Deeds, Insurance Policies ..... -S:16f -4: ... .. JU ....ot"t.! .. .... :%% 81! 9 t'fl ....... ;C.' ;' 1
Cert I ... 8U -3:51-4:48.. .. ..Brent.. .. .. .. : '
;: to A. Zelius & Co. .- 5. u 1: 1i:04:09 ..... ri !
Administrator's Notice.: Grain -and Provision. Market.Wheat. Thomas, Ital bk, Maresa, 603, Naples : _; 'and other valuable papers in our" I ..... '1:5:6 ... ,....Goulding .. .. .... ): '12:0 17e5..... ; # ;

Xotice distributees is hereby given and all to creditors.other leg- I Open High Low Close. to master. ; 1 2 safety; deposit vaults, where yourself ..6:21 .i.oLi0 Ar... ..Pensacola. .Lv. .11:05 11:5 _7:00..... : : : )
persons .
steeL having claims or demands against thesftate December ....... ...a" 78% 72% 72% Schooners.Asa : '0.1 t 1Ni: f., ;
of Matthew S. Mason deceased topresent '' September .. .. ..70% 70% 70% 70% authorized parties easily Pill .J
T. Stowell Am sch. Thompson or can place ( A.M ,,:
the same to the undersigned 'I' Corn. 345, Philadelphia to Gary& Co. r 5:0 ..-.7:01, 18.. ...Pen8ll la ......Ar 10:1 .._.1 UlS ,f';
Blue from Springs this, Florida date., within one (1) Open High Low Close Donna ChrIstina. Am sch, McLeod1 their hands on them when desired.There's S 5:20.: .... ,... 7:1S.. .. ....Boheun... .. ..... ........ -11):55) eC r II.I Ip

fur August; 30tb. 106. i December. ... ...43% 434 42% 42:!% 15. Belize to master.. :% .. ... 7:1 .. -.Onil Po4nt! .., .... .11:31 ...... .. : -

-oawSw. B.Administrator.F. MASON I September/ .. .. ..47% 47% i7% 41% Hjabnar, Am sch, Axedsan. 55, T .m. No Better Place Than One ;, :% ........ .. .. ..... ... .... .. : .; -1

10 aug Oat*: pa, to order. of Our Boxes. 5 ..... 1:1.. .. .....E&cam1lIa.10:2 .. 0:4T .
Open High Low Close Safety Deposit S ..... 7:25.. .MuJat.. ...... .10:1! .'
AN ORDINANCEAn .. .. .. O. e' .. 1S
December .U 31 : p
Ordinance Provide for the September ... .. '..30( }%+ 3131 30Vi 30 30 WAS A VERY SICK BOY 6:29.......... .. .. .. ...Harp.. ... .. ... ... .:.:.. ...10:32 ; ;,

construction at a to System of Storm ; But Cured by Chamberlain's Colic, 'I C .. ... 7:35.. .. .. .QaJt C1tT.. .. ..... ........ 10:1 .....

Water Drains and Sanitary. Sewers New York Stock Market. I Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. .. ... 7:39.. .....Milton.. ... ...... :....... 10:14 : ' Open Close: "When two old 5 _. .....Good RaAlge .. .. .. .. .. '
my boy was & ..
fcr tie City of Pensacola. Sou. Pac. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 81H 91% years I a 7:03.. ... .. 1:15.. ... .. ...Ho1ts.. .. ...... : .
e It Ordained by the Mayor and I Copper .. .. .. ..,.... .. ..109% 111% he had a very severe attack of bowel .. .. .. IS .
Council of the of !Penaaoala I A. S. 1%. .. .. ...; '.. .. .. "H 136% complaint bul by the use of Chamber.lan' C '::%6....... 8:30.: .. ....Mil11gan.. ," .. .. ': ..... 8:52 : '- '
City. : .
I Atchison .. .. .. .. .. .. ..107 1074 Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF 7:t ........ 8:38.: .. .. ...Cr tvlew.. .. .. : .. .. 8:23. .,
of storm
Sectioa 1. That a system .. .. .. .. .. .. ,
A. R. ; >.. 152% 1534* I. a ... .. 8:56.. .. .. .I>eer.Land...
water drama and sanitary eewers for] aB.T. ..".... .-. ;. .. .. TS 78% Remedy. we brought him out all 8:09. .. .. ... ..... 8:01 "
the City of Peasaoola shall be constructed :i I B. &, O. .. .'. .. .. .. .. ..123 121% I right" says Maggie Illckox of Mid- C 8:33.... ... 9:10... .. ..Moss) Head .. .. ... : .. .... 7:4Q '. <
!I Erie. !. .. .. ... .. ., .. .. 4o' 41 land, Mteh.. This remedy can be depended PENSACOLA. FLA. 9:16.. ... ... 9:5.. .DeFunlak SprIngs.. ..... : .. .. 6:57

prepared! according by T. ChaJkley to plane Katton: therefor, en1giieer I fU.,, C. F.S.L..-...' ...'.... ............ .... .... !46 i.41% 55 46% I' upon In the most severe Designated Depositary of the United States.W. C S:30..... ....- 9:44 :.J .. .. f.Argyle ... .. ..... .. .. .6:43 _

recommended by the Board of U. S. Pfd.: .. .. .. .. ... 4. ..107 107 cases. Even cholera infantum Is: .. 9:62.. ... ... 9:67.: .. Ponce ,DeLeon.. ... .. ..... 6:20 .
Bond Trustees of tbia ;City of'Pensa- R. 8. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..' .. 30% 29%, cured by It. Follow the plain printed .:KVOWUB.,Pr.a. W.E.Brvm JB. Y.-Pre. and a.. er. 10:12.... ... .10:10.. .. ....Westville.. .. ..... ._..... 6:00 '
L .& :;. ..-.. .. ..... .. .. ;;149% US'2, directions' and a. cure is certain. For T. W, Barer and W.N. ornn. AaCs&iiera.piiiqroa&P 10:22.... ... 10:15... .. ....Caryvtlle.. .. .. .. \ .
cola: and approved by this Council, Lead .. .. .. ... .. .., '.. .. '1171% C. !Brent W. A. Bloont. W, H. Knowle W. C. .. ... 5:53 '.
subject to such changes as maybe M. P. .. .. .. ... .. .. ..;-'..96% 97>4 sale by all druggists.IN D. O. Brent Hyar. Jr 10:4. .........10:3 .. .. ....Bonifay.. .. ...... : .... ... 5j ; ,
recommended by the Board of Bond 1C. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..' .173% 173% 11:12......... 10:41.: ..Chlpley.. .. .. ... ...... 4:55 .

Trustees and approved 'by; this Council N.Y.C Canada Pacific..... ............... .... ..144.174U 144 175% SUMMER IN ITALY. 11:29.. .. ....10.58..::A-CO
and as provided in the contTa.ct.for P. O. .. .. 4 b .. ... .. .. _. .. 90%. 91 11:01.. .'. ...Oottondale. .. ... .... .. (:%4 .. :,'

the construction of said system of R.St.D.P.G.............. ..<............4179-....1391391% 179% The Natives.Knew Keep Co.lIB .11:25.: ., .. .1Iarlanna.. .. .. .... .... .... 2:65 ,;

irains and sewers entered into on the R. I. .. .... .. '.. .. .. .. .. ...' 27%, 27%% Scorchloff eatller.It .' 11:43..o.. 11:45 .. .. .. ..Cypress.. .. ..... ... ... 3:19 -
:th day of July A. D., 1SHXJ by and S. R. ... .. ..,.. .. .. .. .. .. 37% 38 la a summer ta Italy; the hot white JK.C.W.E.CURKlWct-Prtsident UMAR.President and Cashier. JOHN J.W.ANDREWS PFEIFFER., Assistant Assistant Cashier.Cashitr. 11:62... ..Crand Ridge.. .. ...S .. .. ... 3:07 .

between R. C. Stonie, contractor, and T. C. .L-..No.. sale.Penna. .. ... .. .. .. _.14_!% 142% roads'1radiate.heat as do the blank .. .. .. .. %: .. .. .. .Sneads..e. ........ %:48 ,. .'

the eald Board of Bond Trustees, act l I U. P... ," .. .. ... ? ... .. ..191%, 192% faces of the houses. There Is not a : .... .. 1:15. ...River Junction : _. .... 2:30 : .:
Itg for and on. behalf ct the City at THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK 10:50.( ........ 7:40 Ar .. .Jacksonnll. .. LT I : . .... 4:00 .. .

lonsa.ooL1.. which said contract is I Ausl y &. Co.'* Dally Cotton;.tetter. soul stirring at this hour except a ._AX'_ I. ., PM A r py: ;
hereby approved and ratified and the New York September party of slgfiteeelng: Americanstheyare ; it':
OF PCHSACOLA, FLA. Trains 21 and 22 and trains 2 and 3 :
through bet
Ma3W is hereby authorized and directed carry sleeping car eef
failed to ,meet -the'advance of evidently mad, for they do not keep .1'
to In the! -I i Pensacola and JacksonvllievlaRtver Junction and Seaboard Air LIne. i
Join execution thereof
yesterday' ,.9n.tJUs.. 'fclde.. cabled. _reporting Ii the.shade, which* from the.Italian ,p. Opera House Building i > f
for and on behalf of the City of spots reduced points while'-contracts of : .t Train stop OB igaal. .. 4'
Pt-nsaco'a.: That the actual constnlcUon -1 were four to. ,six lower showing point. view Is fu more lacking in DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. '.
of aid system, of drains and intelligence than not "knowing enough. .
that the Englishmant does not take the Ito
ewers shall be commenced on. the: reports of deterioration during August to go In when It rains.: CAPITAL STOCK, 200009. SURPLUS $60.000. PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TERMINAL promptly report to the general ..

first day of &pteinbor1906, or as, very seriously and we" are' much disposedto It Is Interesting to note that while DIRECTORS. office any inattention to duty or discourtesy ',.
ann thereafter as the Board of BaLd regard these reports as embracing the summer,beaU dawn pitilessly until RAILWAY COMPANY. on the part of employees ant

Yustees[ with the approval of the prospective rather ,than representative. Italy; Is seethed In 'a white heat the Henry L, Covlngloti, Frank Rellly F. E. Bra ner. to make specific criticisms of service.

CouncU may determine.Sfcctlon damage. death rate from heat; prostration Is far J. M' Pfeiffer W. S. Rosasco, C. W. Lamar Summer Week JOHN W. LEADLEY.
2, That the proposed contact The forthcoming government report to less In proportion than with ,us in our Bryan IhinwwtJyt T. F. McGourln' j. R. Sounders, Day Schedule-Steam Manager

of T. Cballley tioou coatsltlng be Issued Monday September 10 at 1 more temperate climate and for the A. M- }very, W. ". Milton 0. E. M ura, Train and Electric Car Schedule 'if

and supervising engineer, with p. 1n.J likely to show a lesser amountginned that the Italians walk W. L CaHtfaon, Dr. W. J. Hannah, Mckenzie Getting Effective June 19,1906. ,
t e City of Pensacol. dated: April th '| than for the preceedtog. year as reason religiously Alex McGowin, C. M. Co'lngtonfd.. E. Clark.
on the shady side of the street It .
W6, and snlbmittad by the Board of! the crop of the Atlantic states has afforded RoundTrip and Cheap : '
Bond Trustees for approval of thisCogLc11 absolutely nothing, Texas being anything takes them abroad before the islet)' (tICS!!texts fcr rent at |UJIJ, \\3M end $SJIO the year. Frlvate apartment Between Pensacola and Big Bayou. ,

July llth 1906, be and thee the sole source of svpply and the condition cool of the day; and that every man, in connection; for tte convenience of customers. Lv.6 Pensacola. Lv. Big Bayou. One Rates ,

e<:. is hereby; approved. and theJlajor report will in all probability range woman and child for whom it Is pos : -Four per cent interest Pald on Time Deposits. 7 a.m.a.m. 10 9 !pm. 7:3011:30 6:20 10:30 p.m Way 1

and the Board of Bond Turs- around 78 which would be about seven sible spends the middle of the day in a 8 p.m.' p.m ;
a-m. 11
tef 8 of tha City of Pensaoola are points better than last year. A shrink cool costume Indoors. 9 a.m.. p.m. 8:30 TO >

!icreby: authorized and directed to exe- age to this point has been discounted and Fortunately it is possible for the maJority 10 a.m. 10:30 9:30: I

erie the same for and on behalf we doubt If the report will exert any for during the hot weather many 11 a.m. 11:30 California and NorthwestRound
Kid Qty stimulating Influence and if so merely a .
Section 3.That the said T. 0'1' temporary one. Shorts have accepted factories give two or three hours for L mL'1'OlII'aIm1m.P.UlD. T. H. WBCL23. Vicm-Paagmaii, U noon 1:30 p ,"
the nooning and that Is why; our town B.K.BUSRKftiL UiAHtn. fgj't MORJEKO Aes.Qtrnzn 1 p.m. 1:30 trip and summer excursions
ey Rattan, engineer and his profits and there has been no extended 2 p-rn. from all points east to the Pacific coast > "
eats, as is provided in the foregoing Interest lately of: this character to pre- presents the appearance of a deserted Citizens National Bank 3 2:40 and northwest until September 15. with
p.m. 3:30 special stop-over privileges, good return _
contracts ehall have cipitate covering. village. .
charge of the
3:30 ',
pm. Ing to October 31. me .
construction of said ,system of drains I Mr. Price is said to favor Improvementand In the latter part of the afternoonthe .f FeMaoefe Ylorida- 4 Round trip tickets account the Baptist .
p.m. 4:30 -
end sewers, but the Board of Public to be working to that end. After his evening breeze springs up and the OtSlOTOKK.lf (:30 Convention. San Francisco and Joe An- .
Work"" shaii under each instructions fiaeco of last summer another attempt on town awakes and resumes the work o.-w' Wclgh*. en.BeaP T.I-'WIlD.. Hlx lILRGlltL.. HMoD-G..a. 5:00 p.m.p.m. 65 5:00' final Slos,limit on sale October from 31.bepteratrer) S to H.

is may be given frcun: ; time to time r hs part would be. very much like a second which was begun In the early; morning.If .4 CCMTMi BAMBINO' BV9teS3 1lSIV&ICTWCity 6:25 p.m. 8:00 Cheap colonist one-way tickets to Cali
by marriage, the triumph of hope over fornia and Northwest\ from August ZT
ordinance resolution of tho
or you happen to dine In the garden of I 6:00 p.m. 6:30 to October 21.
('ouncil Buperrfee the actual construct .I experience.We the little Hotel Italia.and stroll around 6:30 p.m. 7:00 Use the splendid through service of ,
:on of all sadd work hardly think prices can hold under 1:00 the Southern Pacific from New Orleans
Section: 4. To the end and for the any very free movement and regard the .the garden after dinner, you may, by; p.m. 7:30 or Union Pacific from St Louis or Chicago -

\ of defraying .all expenses I I IplIrpcee market a sale on reaction. ,There Is'no following up one of the gravel walks, of Pensacola Improvement Bonds. 8:00 7:35 830 8:00. to destination China, etc with steamship lines -

connected with the construction of theIJ'3tem likelihood of anything other than an come upon a sort of out of doors room 'Write me for rates and Information. ;1'J.
of drains and aawers herein abundant supply and that_ the consum- screened off from the garden by; close Denomination 1000.00 each. Dated January; 1st 1906. Maturing January 9:30 F. VAN RENSSELAER Gen. Agt., '
I Saturday on1- 124 Peachtree St, Atlanta, Ga.
Po: %Ided the Board of,Bond Trustees ery should bid the market up on himself growing evergreens and shaded by tall tat, 1936.. Redeemable an. 1st, 1926. Interest Payable Semi-Annually. .

j lii tereby authorized to expend: out of' seems Improbable. trees. WE OFFER FOR SALE THESE BONDS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE IN Between Pensacola .
e proceeds of
the recent I An acetylene gas jet sheds a strong
Pensacola St.
Ieue of four and one-balf (,%) Pain from a Burn Promptly Relieved light on a table and there out of doorsIn Lv Pensacola. Lv Fort Barrancaj I Andrews and ,
,aeent 1 The Bank of Pensacola
; ; of bunds Jswted for the by Chamberlains Pain Balm. I the cool of the evening breeze, a Peoples 7:15 a.m. 8:00 a.m. I Gulf Steamship Co. ;I
Se constructing a system ot
f A IKtle child of Michael Strauss, of woman Is Ironing. The Irons 9:50 a.m. 11:00 a.m. STEAMER TARPON.
areS '
Bewemge and drainage not more In Pensacola, Fla. W. G. BARROW. Matter.FIRSTCLA.s .
fie aggregate than.Two Mundred and Vernoo, Conn, was recently in great heated by two tiny charcoal fires made 11:00: a.m.- 12:15 p.m.t PASSENGER AND

rrt Thousand Dollars ($250,000.00), ). I I pain from a burn"on,toe hood, and as In earthen braziers. which resemble I 12:50 p.m. 2:00 pm. FREIGHT SERVICE. ,
Section cold &application only increased. thenflaxmnatioII. large 3:50 p.m. 5:10 p.m. -B twew -- ,
6. Thatthia ordinance square owerpot Annunttata PENSACOLA MOBILE. APALACHICOLA -
l1a.3 'Mr: Strauae came to nvmmKi&Kmscttxusttx pm. 7:00 pm. CARRABELLE. ST. AN
take effect does not need
immediately upon a range standing six feet
I N. Nichols local 8:30( p.m.t 300p.m DRaWS, MILLVILLE. -
1"), Mr. James a merchant .
adoption In its stockings to heat her four irons. : Saturday only. And all points on St. Andrews Bay, Car- ,
Passed July 25th, 19O for something to top the pain. It Is doubtful If she has ": rabells and Apalachicola.
ever eeen
Approval Mr. JHchols sara 1:, advised him to SCHEDULE. ;
July 2GtJ1. 1906.
use Chamberlain's 8:30 p. ra,
] Steam train leaTlng
Pensacola at for Mobile. Ala.
she Is the cook of the hotel, to
Attest Brat: applicatIon < rw ,out the Inflammalioa which ,
: Mayo 7:15 a. m. will atop between Peoaa.' Leave Pensacola. Tuesday *30 p ITU,
c. n MERRITT and gaveunied1 te'relief.. 1 Is attached a restaurant and many cola and Big Bayou only to take on for St. Andrews. MUlvillt. Apalacbicola, .

Clerk.Administrator's. pAare used !It VBIT often for cuts, people take their meal there dally, she passengers for points beyond Big Carrabelle additional< and intermediate information points.For apply to .

- buras, fctrain and lame back and uses less fuel In 'her cooking arrangements ARE AGAIN HERE. Bayou. Steam train leaving Fort Bar. J. R. SAUNDERS. ., ."

Notice. hare never known ltto, disappoint. ': than the average American family g rancas at 5:10 p. m. will stop between E .R. COBS. President. '1
: General Frt. and Pass. Agt. Pen'tacola
JJotiee< is hereby given the cre 1tors. For sale by all druggist. would use to cook its simple meaK Dig Bayou and Ptnsacoia only to put Fla. :'

!|*?atees, distributees and all persons In the cool of the morning she folded off passengers from beyond Bg:
iaving claims or demands against the and, sprinkled her clothes did the TODAY and everyday until October. 31st the MISSOURI 2 Bayou. Other steam trains will make
state of James McDonald PARAGRAPHS.Keep PACIFIC all stops. Each electric car makes at: 1
; deceased POINTED morning work early and then rested cheap Colonist Tickets to CALIFORNIA OREGON and NORTH. EVANSVILLE &
present them to me at my office Now she sings as she works in the WEST. stops. ; -
:*ltfcin the! City of Pensacola Florida, away from people- you dislike fresh evening air. Although people Choice of two routes to CALIFORNIA. One through SAINT 2 tions The subject above to schedules change without and regula notice II

AuguSt iw0 2nd years 1906. from this date. and donl: tck about them. are"dining at the stone tables In the LOUIS. KANSAS CITY SCENIC COLORADO and. SALT LAKE Local Freight Regulation TERRE HAUTERAILROAD '., ::'
J. J.
stratQr estate of James Sullivan.ITcDon-Ad- Bt a h'-.In parlor 'aid he woulJ garden, she Is as remote from them as CITY. The others via MEMPHIS and EL PASO TEXAS. Freight shipped by the 7:15 a. m.

$4: 2augoaiw break out and inflow in a mudhole.It if she were working a hot kitchen. Liberal stopover of five! days on California Tickets! : and ten train will be received only; for points

becomes necessary occasionally fo There Is a lesson to be drawn from days on ,Northwest Tickets. .2 beyond Big Bayou, and will not be .' "

., SHERIFF'S STL.I every 'man to'take punishment Wher these two pictures and that ta that we No changes. Through Tourist Sleeping Car every day.HOMESEEKERS' received later than 7k 05 a. m. All THE DIRECT LINE TO
>,;y nrtue? of an execution Issued out of tim come. don't; annoy; others Americana are often sacrificed at the other Week Day trains leaving Pen- J
Clrl"ult Court of Escambla County your EXCURSIONS. sasola not later than 3:50 m,
; aInUt Ie! of Florida wherein Leslie K. Brook with your screams.Isn't altar of our own prosperity, and go freight for any point but freight carry will CHICAGO3ndllpOifltSlflthO : {l
i Vs iE'\1ed: and Chas. Hudglns is defendant It a fact that the most successful through life wearily carrying on our TO ARKANSAS TEXAS OKLAHOMA, LOUISIANA, INDIAN I not be received later than 20 minutes
tipocr and will sell at public backs a load of modern TERRITORY AND MEXICO. ,. J;
11ttny in front ot the county Court men you know are polite men! Improvements.Mary before scheduled departure of trains. '
!i5t In bidder the City of Pensacola. to the Then doesn't It follow that If ;you hope Heaton Vorse In Good House The 9:00 a. m. Sunday train may ; -t

5.'K, of S-ale.:for the cash following during described the legal I to succeed you''must'be polite? keeping. -_. _ _-_' O A Days Limit will be _Allowed on These Tick- carry some light circumstances, perishable by freight spec'al! under per- North and Northwest. '
When hear ,abused be- I
r.Ottlt O 10 I feet of lot 6. and the north 50 I you tJUets which will be sold on September 4 and mission. Electric car will not carry ,
fthe_ hind his back do not think. "Howunpopular
ast east half of lot 5. In block <9, we "._... freight or packages: of .
any description
; lIll' Tract, East of Tarragona other7people arer but "'Howwe October 2 and 16.LIBERAL.
t BscaAbU "By the great omelet! clucked the 18, except medicine urgently needed. .
Unt T. FIUtIdS.Pensacola. ,t t I f aU catch. It ''when'we* are not old h'en. as she cuddled down'upon the Shippers are requested to bear these Exceptionally Low Round- : J

e. 1906. 3AS. C. VAN PELT. aroundr%' thirteen eggs "this nest is made of STOPOVERS. regulations! in mind. that Inconven.enre .

-LWer Sber11L I I Don't "wojTy If you are ',not good excelsfor. No doubt about it this is Go See the New Country. may not be caused. Trip Rate to all Summer .? ; *
looking. Tour look. all, tight to your going to be a shaving. set"-Watson's Free Literature Mailed on Request These freight regulations. subject to
Crew Notice. f i change without notice. / Points. ',
friends. The best looks on earth could Magazine. I. E. REKUANDER, Touris j.
tither '
the further information :
Captain Any regarding "
owners nor :
look good
not make you your enemies -
1srnees of Traveling Passenger Agent, and freight schedule can be J -
the passenger
be !esi'tIOnsibie for Br debts ss Kirmwood." and those'who are not InterestedIn : Its not necessity, but opinion that -; Chattanooga, Tenn. bait by applying to the general office I D.: .H. Hillman, S. L. Ropers. -
07 the : you don't know how you look.- makes men miserable and .wile; we a of the company. G. P. & T. A. .. General Agent,
[ crew of
*- said TesseL Mr.I ,
; ,
'iwoeb come to be sick th re'. no cure. Evansville Indo Nashville Tenn
I Captain. U Master, consignee Atchison Globe. fancy 3 K i Passengers are earnestly; requested


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ROOFING small blocks fitted in of a vornan's life.. is the name often
between two given to the "ch nge of fife." t.ot :
Giyes Some Information to This of coure is a superior walk to Your :
menses come at long Intervals, and
without giringthe'bouse owner who either brick or wood but it has serious grow scantier'until they :

uses It a feeling of great satisfaction. Those Who are Now Contem- objections. It is only a Question of time stop. Some women stop suddenly. The entire change lasts three -r ;-' '.

until these walks, as.they are built in or four and it Is the of
WHY? Because heknows that 'Vul.canite" Pensacola years cause much pain and discomfort, J :

Fortunate for the Roofing is the most ,perfect, plating Building Walks. of the curb, settle and then down they below catch the water level which can hovever, be cured by taking t ii ,. .

"monk," he was pre- economical. and wearing roof protection and dirt every time. It-r .1na.( Walks of '

pared for a "blast"; -he Beautiful Orchards Made Judge made. [ITh t's WhyVulcaniteRoofillg 1 DEFINES THE 3TONE SIDEWALK Again this kind, some can blocks be found settle allover more the than city. WINE :

his rain others and na matter how little
had on coat. it settles
Are prepared for a Porter Feel Like a Boy a tendency to hold water and
you CITY-FAVORS.. THE CONSTRUC. every time it rains passers-by get wet OF
blast or a storm? .UTOVERSAIXY. .T,used., feet. As good a piece of walk of this

.Again.Editor I : Old roofs can be covered quickly and TION OF CEMENT WALKS, AS kind as there is In the city is through .

There is not a day out look like new.. ."No speculation SAsk about THEY ARE MORE DURABLE. of the care Plaza.and It expense was laid and with yet,a on great a rainy deal Woman's Relief .

of the 365 of the year Pensacola Journal: "Vulcanite." day when one goes through the Plaza I

For years this section of the State has Itr the" That Jack Built" If he would keep his feet dry he must S
that not find It quickly! relieves the
you may pain nervousness,.irritability, mserabe-! !
been noted for its apples and your correspondent The matter of new sidewalks get off the sidewalk. I dare that
our light weight rain could not foregoed a day You can get It right here In town. 4 'grade is being agitated In of all a higher portions -- there Is riot a walk- of this kind say In the ness, forgetfUlness, fainting, dizziness, hot and cold flashes, weak- :,
among the apple orchards in memory of of the city Just at city that does not hold more or less water tired.1 I
coat the most lucky gar- with the ness eling. etc. Cardui viB bring you safely through this I -
boy hood days more than half a century 'co.1 gratifying result that In many portions of In. puddles whenever It rains unless the ;
ment that you can have ago.The A. M. Avery Hard ware the city new walks are being constructed sidewalk is roofed over. These walks do 'dodging period" and bald up your strength for the rest of your life. j .

for cool nights or cold red apple country includes .several Mayor Chas. II. Bliss who has made a not wear even as any one can see who At all druggists in $1.00 bottles. Try it .
countries of Missouri and Arkansas study of the question yesterday gave the I will go up and down Palafox street and It)

showers. I this Jasper County Mo.. is losing :some Ice Coal Charcoal following Information to a Journal rep- find some blocks worn out a great deal .'

what in this great industry because: .of and resentative which will prove Interestingat more than others unless' it Is a new WRITE:'US A LITTER "EVERYTHING BUT -
It's than ..luxtuyit's the other large and lucrative products this time: walk which has not had time to wear. DEATH i' ,
more a Wood The cities of freely and frankly, telling Us all your I suffered," writes Virginia Robson
and becaused troubles and expense "The city ordinances require the the north have for years t .
a necessity.New caused insect and .. own- been doing with trodbtes. We will send Free Advice (In of Easton, Md.'untill I took Cardui I .
by pests, ,an apparent ers of property within certain limits to away walks of this kind : :
change of conditions the same as Delivered anywhere in the construct a sidewalk and many of them have condemned plain, sealed envelope); Address: La- 'bIeb cured me so quickly it surprised t
upon a grade to be dies' .
Advisory Dept. The .
now obtains in all the older statse. fixed by the city engineer. miles of walk built of these blocks, and Chattanooga my doctor, who d.dn't know I was / :
city. We The city Medicine Co. .,
can in Chattanooga leon
However there are here many'or- supply you engineer: is required to.stake and mark rebuilt them with slabs of stone run- taking it.? -
stock just ar chards of from twenty to hundreds of quantity and serviceis sidewalk --
any our grades free of charge for ning clear across the sidewalk. : I .
any I
though the area in apples"would J _..",.""..:::! J!: :
acres. who desires ---------- -
rived.CTANDARDfLOTHINGfO. person to build ----v .
always prompt. Phone or rebuild a There are two methods of building" .i.1. S
not aggregate five per cent of the'whole.. sidewalk. Nearly all of the
sidewalks In solid cement sidewalk. One is to build
The prevailing and most successful variety 363. the city are six (6) feet In
width excepton the entire walk in one piece and to make -.------_ _
Is the "Ben Davis" the most beautiful
Palafox street, a
portion of
or not make marks the
across walk -
on -
one of the poorest ever grown, and street and a portion of Governmentstreet. S I
top. The other method Is to build
JTHIESENVBUILDINGV- yet the best seller and most largely The central portion of the city walk in seperate blocks which is done
used in the markets of the south from Belmont street to the bay is knownas by putting a board down .
In the midst of 'such orchards we felt the stone limits," in which it is unlawful cement through the I We are agents for the famcns Falrbank's Gasoline Engines
26 N. TARRAGONA until partially set, and and then
-- -- inclined to throw off out coat and fifty: STREET: to build any wooden walks. The taking the board out and which are noted for their simplicity in operaton: small consumption S
years of life, and go into picking and ordinance requires the owner to keep his cre"lcesitb dry sand. This filling the of fuel and durability We have them in all sizes. Sea
SOMETHING NEW! barrelling these beautiful apples and I sidewalk in repair and he be separatesthe one on exhibition at our place
can fined
walk into blocks ;
and when
Nil-filled Beaut Pics 25 and 30ci>er pair drink cider. and 'attend apple cutting YOU'LL. LIKE THE TONE and imprisoned for re/using to' it hot
} repair of heats
vrhen strike sun summer the walk and causes
key chord
and be -a boy again hut we recalled the jou or a o when notified. : BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY CO.
W. A. Gahlenbeck, 213 S. Palafox St fact that the" forty-second anniversary one cf our pianos, it gives forth a ;":!, It. to expand the blocks simply crowds
I "The question of sidewalks is an Important the. in JOHN MASSEY. JACKSON'BRANDON. W. T. BIDWELL
ofOUr' marriage1was1 near 'at hand,and quality of music that gives pleasure : in Pensacola: sand the joints a littte closer together -
COTTRELL retracted out steps after a delightful The volume Is there, too. It's ,easy to substantial one Walks have and more good and when the block cools and PHONE 570. 205 S. BAYLEN STREET.
music out of such $een built during contracts it simply draws away a small -. -----
day among the "a d Apples.. a the than -------- :II
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. past two'ryears any time pre fraction of an inch and allows
JOHN THOS. PORTER. can buy one now and pay for it when: more
vious In
Pensacola. Fla. Plttburg Kas. you like. Ask us about It. I the history of the city The sand to fall in between the blocks.' -- .

---- CLUTTER MUSIC. HOUSE, people are recognizing that wooden side- This practice is the only one that has :: need have no terrors for you
walks are short lived, liable to
early de
withstood the frost of the north and it
Pensacola Fla.' WASH
TURTON A, BELL. I and, aboan, that if send
cay to
1 they are un- is the only one that will prevent a walk you, your washing
Kodak Suppliev Flnahlnj fjr &unt.srL sanitary. At best they an uneven from finally breaking, for the expansionand The New Method Laundry
surface to
: II BEULAH SAFES SAFES SAFES! SAFES! harbor..for rats walk and vermin upon' and and furnish'diseasebreeding a of any contraction considerable in a length solid will cement eventually walk- PHONE 1188 E.W. LAWRENCE. Prop. teaVethodLaundryBld3.' W. ROim SI '
,R. K. WHITE 1 Buy Diebold Safes 'germs, and soon become dilapi- break it to pieces. -------- ----=:I
WatcftMikrr. lIan.'aduri..lar.' < Graduate dated in' some portion or another and
il Scarritt Moreno There are a great walks in the
Agent. many
Optician.30 S. Patafei. Street Peiuacola. Re.ThrselyTold I I become' a' menace to the afety of pass
city made of a combination of brick and
ers-by. Besides all this taking it in the
Special to' The Journal. cement The brick walk Is built and
long .ruh the wooden walk You
is the most have
Beulah, Sept.... We. are having tended visit with relatives' in'this expensive_ .that can be built. then coated over with cement, but It will heard
beautiful weather at present and the vicinfty. At present they are the be observed that where this has been

frequent showers keep' things growingall guests of Mr. James Snowden and 'Brick walks hate been laid In'some: done the cement breaks up and peals A whole lot about ice recently but not much
of the but .
parts city they,
D. !Mile Wilson left last night for right, but are rather aggravating' family. are very unsatisfactory loose from the brick. The reason for this
Virginia, where be wtll spend about to the average granger who ha hay to "JUss Mary Spare is at home again as bricks arejyH of the same Is that cement and brick do not expand about
two weeks visiting big father. cut for It keeps-him-'guessing what after a week's visit wIth- friends at hardnes and they wear unevenly and it alike with heat. especially where the I COAL"
the weather will be, as It changes ftlyrUa Grove. is but a short' time that the brick sidewalk brick lies upon the ground and absorbs
The smack Angeilena with 15.000 about every two hours. ':' lira.: James Bnoirden" and Miss Lydia I wears 'so It Is soon full of holes moisture. The difference In the ,.
pcunds of snappers and the Caviar, Our schOOl 'commenced" the first of Spare were the guests of Mrs. Thomas II that wm retain water every time it rains. j'j p lon and contraction of the brick We are again, in the': Coal business and havea

with about 1,000 snappers arrived In the month with Mrs. Annie Bowmanas fiarrinean: Ttresday and also calledon I All one has to do to jpnTince themselves' ment in alternate heat and cold t'xpan-I 'I'II : choice stock hand.
port yesterday. I teacher. She tas taught here a Mrs. Will Wilson! (nee Miss Sabra I: that brick walks' are"'not desirable Is to 'i I ually breaks the cement loose j 'I II on We handle Jellico,

The tug Simpson sailed yesterday! I r.umber'of terms. and has given good Hardy) at Klondike, on their way simply notice the brick walks as .they I I brick and being a thin coat It eventually I Alabama and the celebrated Galloway Coal.

afternoon for Mobile, having a Fgh satisfaction as she has the Interestsof home. pass through the city streets. The brick breaks In pieces There are a great
CT In tow. On the return trip she will the scholars and patrons at heartas Mr. James, Bryant has taken the poertton 'walk walk laid by the city on the westside I many walks whose curbs and sometimesthe I We only send out "clean, lump." Send us

a190 have a tow of tghtera. well as the incentive -of her salary of night_ guard at the convict of the Plaza a few years ago is body of the walk.shows this disinter-
which with some teachers seems to be camp located near here. worn out until it now has to be rebuilt ,I grading process, hence it Is not advisable your orders now and get summer prices.

iA. Friedman has returned from New the only object they hav ta ,Tlew. O. B. Bnshby and I. Hirst have quit: as several places are worn entirely I to combine brIck! and "ement in a
York,Oty: where he purchased! a fine! She started with an enrollment of work at Seminole and are'at present through at the present time. sidewalk.

stock for Falk & medman's Ready 52 and If the parents will see that engaged in taking care of the hay "Sidewalk building In Pensacola Is set- The city's specifications for cement I W. S. GARFIELD & CO
t.Wear Store, which 1? scheduled to tling down to the modern
their children attend regularly she will crop between showers. up-to-date walks calls for a walk to be built of I
open about September 15. do her part. If we can Iceep the average Yr. J.
A game of baseball for a purss of up to the required amount may in the city Tuesday.Mrs. or artificial stone as it is called. These one part of best Portland cement these Office and Works Cor. Hayne and Wright Sts. Phone 88

J100 is being arranged between the be we can secure the extra month's Eliza Busby, who has been vis sidewalks are the most lasting that are are to be properly mixed. This is also
Orioles and a picked team from amoaihe school allowed by the new law as ting[ her mother, Mrs. Ray, cf Bayou made. Good cement will outwear stone; the" proportion used by the government. I -- ---- .
Pensaco s. If it is played it will some of the negro schools do. Mockasin for a number of weeks is and a walk properly put down will lasta I The foundation for the walk should be

te on Friday, September 14, at l'a1r.etto Mr. James Bryant and family were expected home today. lifetime. The first cement walk in 'not lesS than three inches thick in any !

Beach.: the guests of '}lr. H. Davis of M-usco- Mrs. Ray, of Bayou Mockasin, accompanied Pensacola was constructed twenty six place and on top o'f this should b. a

gee last Sunday. by, her _sister :Mrs. McLaughlin years ago around' the Citizens Bank and wearing surface or top dressing composed -
LevI W. Sheppard, repre E'Iltng! the )Ir. A. J. Busby and daughter, Mrs. spent part of last week here that is still in a good state of preferation. of one part of cement to one and

Royal Fraternal Union, of St. Louis Ella Woodson, spent Sunday at the with .tJ&eir'.numerous relatives, auiwhile \' Many of the blocks appear; to belittle one half parts! of sand. and 'this. shouldbe DoYouTake Quinine'; 1
has in the
been city for several :: '
worn and are probably good for
pleasant' home of Mr. Wiley Weaver, here herped] clet..n'up and put one-half to three-fourths inches In
aye left yesterday for a tnp! over in order their lots In iBeuiah Cemetery twenty-five or fifty,years to come thickness. The thickness of the walk :
the L. & N. Mr. near Klondrke. It's 1 do if an a riotimol
Sheppard resided in 10 to yon you
Jacksonville :Mr. T. M. Hanna, of Qulnette, accompanied vhere their hustands are buried.They I 'Th have been a great many. shoddy should be about four inches and not _
for several years and is the earliest settlers thiseommunlty.and sidewalks' ihi Pensacola and Inchesin malaria. .
by his daughters. Misses are among tot put 'down. less than three and three-quarters l
Bell acquainted In the State. Bessie and !Pet, are making an ei- have both passed tile given the ,name 'of cement s'dewalks.! any place. Good gravel and good sand Don't Do It. It'. Dantferon '-l

The big British ship Canada, coaJigned time alloW to man, Mrs Ray: being Some,of these are so poorly built that and good cement, properly mixed and I, P We'll admit It will cure malaria but leaves
to the Pitch Pine Lumber Com.fany .- lu her 7Jttn year and her iste-tonly a they have' gone to pieces- within a few properly worked. will make a walk that almost deadly After effects _

, quarantine within a few das and will Warn. :A. Shelby and Mr. Marion thin that they break the first time a with expansion joints. The inside edgeof
come onrer to the cty: to begin taking Dandruff 'Germ Th..vq 4n It, as Wellas Busby were in the city on business heavy impact conies upon them. Of the walk is required by the Board of HERBIMEia
cargo. In All Grease.A Monday. course a sidewalk of this kind is cheaper Public Works to be one and one-half -

well known Chicago5hair specialist to build than a good one but, after all inches higher than the outside. which
The young people of the city will Invited the Inter-Ocean reporterto it Is a very expensive walk because it makes the water readily run off of the ia purely vegetable and absolutely guaranteed -

V pleased that the dancing season office and under a has to be rebuilt in time. walk during a rain and keeps the walkas to cure malaria, sick headache, bUiousea.d .
' to his see,
I shortly of to open. A number of microscope come how the germ that causes I L FLORALA I "The building of cement walks in dry as possible.The all stomach,kidney and liver complaints. '

young to give men the first the dance city are of.planning the to dandruff thrives in vaseline. The.specialist sacola at _the present pen-I difference between the coat of a TRY IT TO-DAY.
tween two or three styles of good cement sidewalk and a poor cement
the C. K. of A. hal! TViday night. said that all hair furnish preparations! food One plan, which baa ,been' idewalk Is so little that_ it. snouia. notbe 50 Cento & Bottle. AH Drugjlsts.d
containing simply I.J
which promises to be a very enjoyable grease considerable extent, Is to build a walk of considered. 11Jl"- I
!' eventThe For the germs and help ,to propagate '
them. The only way to cure dandruffIs Special to The'Journal.IFlorala I My advice to citizens who are contem-
Ala. Sept. ,5.-MIss Anna sidewalks is to Insist on
enterprising firm of Wm. Johnson to destroy the germs, and the only I plating building
& Son, h.s Just put in 1 three new hair preparation. that will do that is Preatwood. Andalusia, Ala., and having the best material and the best that a protracted meeting, lasting perhaps .
how windows on the Palafox streetde Newbro's Herpiclde. "Destroy the Miss Bessie Cassidy, of Ft>rt. Deposit cement and good workmanship and to a week or two would begin on I

of its department store anti cause, you remove the effect. With. were guests of Mrs. C. M. Powell last see that your walk is built about four (4) the 'first Sunday In October. It is universally COFFEE !

when they are completed and dressed out dandruff no falling hair, 'no bald week.The. inches thick Instead ,of two and one- hoped that Rev. Joe Johnson: I
they will present a very attractiveappearance. ness. Ask for Herpicide. It Is the many friends of Miss Missouri half (2H). inches, and to insist upon expansion of 'Birmingham, will be present to as-,
Cawthon will be glad to know that being made every five (5)
: joints.
; The windows are excep- only destroyer of the dandruff germ.
t'onally: large and they will afford a Sold by W. A.. DAl.mberte, leading,she will spend thiswinter in PeJ1sa.I or six (6): feet Then, you will have a Quite a number of visitors re seen We are the Pioneer

fine opportunttr. some effective urusgtet and japoth cftry 121 South cola. She will sing In the First Presbyterian walk that will.last as' long as you wantIt In our little town last Sunday. Amongthe Coffee Roasters of
window displays. Palafox street, or send lOc ia stamps I church ot that city. She will and not beat the expense of havingto many were M'ss! :Marye Baggett.

The friends of W. H.Davison, who for sample to The HerpteWe! : Oo, Detroit I te with her sister here for a month rebuild it"in course of time. Messrs Jno. A. Ounter'O. A. Fischer, West Florida.McHUGH'S .
Mich. before going to Pensacola. R. B. Williams, L. W. Williams all .of
1111.8 injured Sunday, will be pleased (Miss Williams, of Gadsden, ,Ala, is Pensacola, and (Mr. S. J. Cushion, of
to) learn that he was resting easy durIng I visiting her aunt, Mrs. McDaolel on I Atmore. '

yesterday and notwithstanding the !Fifth street. t[ McDAVID I I BLENDShave

ff-ct that he is 82 years of age. he is I 'Miss Cox of Birmingham, .bas accepted .
standing the suffering and shock extremely -The lawsof L. I
not I ;a position as trimmer in themillinery "Peaches and Cream."
well. Mr. Davidson did department. of W. P.Ifughea' .
fall down the steps to his place. 'as store.! "Its Up to YouA no equal. A trial!

stated of the, but pavement was standing in his on front the yard edge Thee E. midreth of Enterprise, Ala., :We keep in constant TOUOH Special to The Journal. to move.", My will convince the con.
Is the guest of her sister Mrs. E McDavid Sept. 5.-Mr. M. A. Me Lovin' Henry" "I
hen his foot eHpped from the edge with all! the MOVEMENTS of
BracewelLMr. Call representing the Southern Supply Like Your Way," noisseur that we
end he fell breaking a hone in the Fashion the Board of (Tailoring) Trade.
Homer Smith, 'who has been Company, of Mobile, was one of Mon and "You Look
t'p traveling In the West for several 'Every CHANGS on the day's drummers.Mr. --.. Awfully Good to make oo extravagant

weeks, returned borne last we k.,His fashion MARKET Is quickly Lovelace and '- Jr. Foshee arc Father" but claims.

11 you want anything, better ask '\ many friends are glai to see him noted. business visitors from. Srewton. to- "The Poor Old Man" Is "Anxious" that
)OUr grocer for Blue Ribbon Lemon or are repealed and amended back. (Latest style REPORTS are you "Get In Line" for "Peaches and

Vanilla. :Absolutely pure, goes twica with amazing rapidity.It Mrs.. R. S. :Miller leaves for Texas now fct-lso a good SHARE of day.Miss Viola Williams, returned Tues- Cream." "I Got Mine," "Why Don You Wholesale and RetailGROCERS

as far as other kinds, and the "Blue is a prtof. our care 'her childhood home next week. She our early ORDERS of Fall day after a few days' visit in Pensa- Try"?

Gibbon Flavor is perfection. that none of our suite, will be gone about two months. Woolens. Miss getting In on (ida as the guest of her sister Mrs "L-A-Z-Y spells Lazy but there's

VESSELS CHARTERTO furnishings! shoes, hats, Miss Maxie IHanna, one of Milton's( them-and .U -will miss a good "Wm. Nor en. "Nothing Like That in Our Family.:'

UNDER- etc.* shall look like last most charming young women, ;is the thing. Mrs. R. H. Bonifay will return this "Never. We've got For Sale A (Victor -
S year's people.- We have guest of Miss Ida Larkin on ,Fifth av Oar STOCK Is always afternoon from a short business trip ) Baby" and "The Whole Dam (Vic

The'following vessels are. under chart- n6,old shelfworn stock- enue. .. STEADY and appeals alike tu to Brewton.Mr. tor) Family." and all kinds of Feed

w to the Gulf Transit Co., and will load all new and crisp See us SchOol. opened Monday 'With a good' both BULLS and BEARS. and Mrs. C. E. Cleghorn were "Bashful Henry and Loving Lucy" say Stuffs.Pluto

cargoes at this port: S We know' the results. attendance. The teachers hope to Get your: ORDER In early be visitors here yesterday, leaving on "I Don't Know Where I'm Going but .
For Liverpool-Ida, now In port. cave everything going on smoothly in fore the season gets tu well ad the afternoon train for Pensacola. rm pn My Way" to C1utt*r'. for all the
Forfnlce.Jenny, due Sept15.. a few days.'Miss : ed. Mrs. C. A. Genter, of Pensacola 1! above late records for "I Want What I
For Genoa-Jenny, due Sept. 15. I ABle Hart is visiting'her sister van spending a few weeks as the guest of Want When I Want It."
For Dunkirk-:Nonsuch. now In port. Mrs. Tom Prestwood>In Andalu We make an'exceptional a bid for ur trade her sister-in-law. Miss Mattie Gunter. "Ten Mother 111 Be There" with a new WaterWholesale

For Trieste-Jenny, due Sept. 15. ala, Ala.. this week. by offering serr- Misses Mattie-, Eva and Etta Bowman style "VICTOR."

For Antwerp-A steamer due In Octo- White & 'NixOUTF'ITTER.S Mr. Franklin W.'Sib-man the popu vice.Ur and :Mr. L. S. Powell attended an WE'VE' GOT TIlE PEACHES AND
lar sales manager of Miller & Hart Stock will go up If we I entertainment at Century Monday YOU GET TIE CREAM.We Retail.

berFor Havre-A steamer. due In October Co., Chicago is .inthe city and ,will tailor U.Suits night, given by Miss Ida Daniels in have ordered the factory to ship and

Sunday at the Beknont S Tailored to Taste honor of the Misses Powel of Fwrence us all these new type machines they can
For Bremen-August Belmont due Oc- Dr. and Mrs. OPetrey moved Into their Ala. supply and we want you to get them
nber 15. Ytvr Moaeyl Worth tr Your Mtnef lack new home on Fifth avenue yesterday SUITS $20 TO $50., Rev. N. Baggett filled his regular while they are here to be haL New Orleans Grocery Co.

For Runcorn-Pilae de Larrinaga due5pt 'a appointment: at the Boia 3!. & Sail with the wind we will glye you
15. PHONE 790. Supt Hutchlnt Here. church last Sunday at 11 a. nx, and all the canvass you want
For Ellesmere. due Ooto- A .. WBUaa A. Hutchlns of Galveston, DRICKETT, PERSON 5 GARDNER also preaching at the McDavid school TERMS-50 cents per week and up. ,
berFor Next to New Breot; Building uperfateadeRt of the Ninth Life Saving I TAILORS V* Brent house at 4 in the afternoon. Quite a EDISON A. VICTOR MACHINES. 118.00 Jas. McHugh
Diitriot arrived here yesterday afternoon at both servicesIt and "0. -
B. GARDNER crowd was resent
FRANK Manager.
A at am'rJC'4ue.SeP
tember. .. -. ,' on one at regular-vlaita. to the local was announced by Bro. Boggett DAILY CONCERTS. Phone 1O5. Proprtettnir
: 29 PALAFOX ST. station.


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"By gmaP suddenly exclaimed; a ,man
tr S who was looting oat of J ai street; lap la

an absent way.
Good lands!" exclaimed the man on
his right.
,. "Just look 'at that will your almost
shrieked.the-woman-00 his left.
; -What li It! What to Itr % -<, I/i/
"T'bere-look there?"
"Where?" ;:: '

S l "On the curbstone there-, !" .
"Stop the car."
i .a "Where's the conductor
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Well did rend wouldn't have believed
It possible.! '
"What you crowding forr
:; / l_ '"I ain't crowding. I pea I want to
r see as well as rOil do."
'- Vf "Conductor why In the devil dont
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.. I /1 yon stop this carr
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ai \\ The car was stopped. Seven men and /2,
five women piled out and helped to Increase
the crowd at the' curbstone, and
the others on the car craned their necks s 0
: until they were a block tway. On the
curbstone sat a woman with two small
i"T ,. poodle dogs in her lap. They were for
-- '. sale at two dollars each. They were
s r-- G Gttt' like any other baby poodles and she was
F : like any other woman of her station In

/ /"T life. That' was absolutely alL That IN THE WINTER TIME
was what had emptied three or four
street of their and collected Customer-Do yon raise roses this
\ cars passengers season
.. Groh __ First Bunny-That dude
... : ', U- Rare me a terrible scare,a moment ago. a crowd of 500 people. of the year?
Second Bunny-How was that? I
P. 6.-It was In New York City. Iecouldn't Florist-This Is just the season whey
AaucySaibret1eLvalira.; i : >,fchvj1 First Bunny-I thought It was little Willy Jones with a sling shot. _. _..- have happened elsewhere. we do raise 'em. We've Just put them
JOE KERR. to ft a dosen.
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t < .rTh.ere'JOhyt.sfiormha1J1 < tramp had been asked to relate
L : .:; of his adventures with farmers'
: .'tA l; ;; and when he had compiled he was ar
asked If he was ever chased by #
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different times," he replied.
seer.Her'S : .' you climb a tree or outrun themr
.y7 was no tree to climb, and as for
'em I knew 'cooldn't do It."
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{ :: sir. I didn't see no 'stomps about/
': I /1 r"i 1 S : : how .did you save.yourself; for .
have been saved?" "
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./ tur ed my back"on the bulls'and
P 1. :1 come' >n. Each one of'em'hit-'ma'
I and Trent'dead with a broken
The Novelist's Wife (after a That's one reason I keep out of the
I married yon. when I travel?-I am too danger.
The No\"eUst-J may have been thing for bulls to fool with."
1 ing me. "' JOE KERR. J )
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\ had a county election three or four Jessie-What 'grounds have yon for thinking that she loves him? I
i ago" said the drummer, "and I Jack-lIe's six hundred acres of the best coal grounds la the country.
f : early expecting to see some
There .were three or four men around
t hotel but none of them mentioned
SERIOUS PROBLEM. election. I walked down to the :
11"TACXLINO.A. Miss Tasssre-nOW strange Your rotter Is left-end On the Prtncevard team place but two clerks sat In there r
and'mine Ii'left-end on the Yaleton's. I hung around for two hours but no
-.Miss Barnard What fun Well Introduce them to each other' and. make came to vote. At length one of the
: both ends meet. ..: .. asked me If I didn't want to vote
when I replied that I was not a .
the state he sat: down with a sigh.
If ; THE NEW SCHOOL HEADER "I went back to the tavern for "J'.Y"A

Who li the man before air 1T
"He li president of a life Insurance
company. r
"Why does he swell out nor
s "Because he thinks he Is the earth.
t Toe -President' of the United States Is
.' small potatoes compared, tohim.."
"What are his duties .J. '
''To take care of all his relatives at the I O t. .
txpense of the pollcyholders and to en-
courage young men."
"Has he many relatives. LL1
"He has only got fifteen on the payroll :
', to date but there may be others
ready to come In- out of the wet. They L
probably got lost in the shuffle, and are
trying to find themselves. i i"Did'yoa .
"How does he encourage young men T' .
I' .
9 y hiring a schoolboy at $3 per week -
tad boosting him np to a salary of j jI
114.000 per annum In two years. Also, I Bookkeeper Ton said yon'd raise my salary-" I
) by drawing a salary of $130,000 a year r I .Employer-Huh! I've had hard, work to raise my ownP
for doing 110,000 worth of work." J
'"And should all young men trite to ----
lo u be has dozier
; Is the difference between exer
"Not Just yet. Walt until yon hear ."Why doer he well oat aofHe know that they had .
from the policyholders and the judge election today!" T
V and Jury. Is president of the Life InBraace ,work Is exercise yon don't like

JOE KERR. Company and as soon as It was eaten I
s- to the polls. About 3 o'clock a man ti
-. along and lounged up to the window
< j- asked of one of. the clerks: .
"'Well. Joe. anything dolncToap.
'\ Going to voter ;;
". No, I guess not.' itr f: I'
"He walked off, and from thence to t.
: ing time not another man \ \ U L ,
made Inquiries .of the clerks and
that they alone bad TOted. When I I LVE IGt11
back to the hotel I said to the
'Did you know that they had an .w{.
tion todayT ,
'Yehe slowly answered. i

believe I was a candidate myself JOE ': 1I :


The man In the fur cap let It be
that he was from Winnipeg, and he
presently asked:. l
"Ton have pretty hard winters :

; ,, Il don't lOUr '
"Tes, pretty hard." '
T'TT "And great falls of snow I" .... : -
"Tea, a good deal of snow." f
TTow deep did yon ever see It?"
"WeU two years ago It was 18
deep on the level and stood that way I'
; ; \ 'a month."
"Why. all the houses must have .
mowed In to the second-story .. :3 cs' .n ,g
and the street rendered Impassible?
HAPPENS OFTEN "Tea, bet we had art easy way of .
? ting around." said the Canadian. ."
t itanager-Your melodrama Is very good but In the battle scene you dont body made use of stilts 18 feet high c I
mention the groans of the wounded. see. and sawed them off as the snow enongn. : :-On* hundred and ...."-... years ago today the "M"
Author-Oh, well the audience will snpplj 'th m. tied down." JOE know were defeated a.-vtrIa iciness, -
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2-Piece Suit l' Sale I REGENT CHANBES[ EXCURSION POSTPONED-.'. IAPPOINTMENTSTO A P i Odd Pieces of Furniture i

IN THE: :n. s. to The take excursion place last which night was for i o THEN l l'I i. There's not. a home\ in Pensacola but that ,:

: needs a piece or two of Furniture of some :
the benefit of the Sisters of

Mercy: was postponed untilTONIGHT V i kind. If it is an old i ii

; $7.50 to, $15 Suits 0 NAVY. ACADEMY V i Dresser, Couch, Bedstead,' i

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'"" on account of inclement Mall Will Make Two i 'Table, Sideboard or Chair, !
For $ l Orders Issued to Officers by Department weather. All 'tickets that Senator ry V .

I During the were sold hold good for to-: from'. Florida 'in'. Near + +> A Xou;.can find,it here ,that will..suit you to :

I : the "Queen's taste" and at ]modest prices. :
I: : : :. Past Week. night. Future. V V V. If haven't the I
I Boat Leaves 7:30 In. V : you money, you can buy
There's: a .bargain for quite I The "Monar h"' will return in time now, ,'pay later.MARSTON. i
Special to Th. Journal. to catch the car.MGESMUGES. Senator S. R. :Mallory announces that I .
I a number more men in this Washington, Sept. 5.-Tne following he has two appointments to the naval I .
academy at Annapolis to make and he
orders have been Issued to officers ol
lot. It's will be glad to hear from any young QUINA :
seldom find such .
I you. the United States Navy: man between the ages of IS and 21 yean ,

I an opportunity to buy at such I to Captains duty as-assistant W. A. Marshall to the equipment ordered V 'V who Appointees may desire to the the position.naval academy have i 108x110,.i .'S.; Palafox'! Phone 149. Pensacola Fla. i C

:: I to undergo physical and educational
officer, Boston yard; W. H. H. South examination and Senator :Mallory will : C
prices crland commission! announced. furnish, all V information concerning it to ........ .t !..... .........................

t ._. I Ccmmanders-P. M. Bostwick' 'detached FRIDAY, SEPT. 9th, any Applicants who apply must to of good moral V . '
command the Eagle and ordered character V be in good physical condi-

.. I to duty as assistant .to the Inspector AT 3 O'CLOCK. tion, and be able to pass the educational BOTTLED
of the Eleventh: Lighthouse examination.A .

!fTHE: JOHN WHITE' STORES B.District T. Wall'ng and! In given charge additional September duty 30 as; S KUPFRIAN'S PARK the four position.years in'course the naval of training academy whichit and ojo

inspector of ship buidlng on Atlantic Includes Is a very desirable one and
t coast and general inspector of works PENSACOLA DRIVING ASSOCIA'N.Match much sought after by a great many @gtIi
of young men. It costs government
the General Electric Companv,
Race-Little Dan and Sweetheart something like 5,000.00 a year or a total
Schenectady, N. Y.; W. C. Cowles de
I. S : : .in Men's and!! loy.s'Wear! tached the Ohio and ordered home; of $20,000.00 for the four years' course
H. ordered 2:50'Clas*-Sally Ann. Willow'Bell and for every naval student and there are i
H. Hosley
to duty as
j supervisor
{ i : Phone 225 20 207s. I : of New York harbor. F. W Frank F. Jr. few young men who can have that much i!: "J i!: V
PALAFOX Match Running Race-U mile. The money spent on their education by someone Q
; Coffin ordered to Naval Station, Carite. 'I i V t9 m 0 e. Before drinking, see that you
I bay stallion, Lord Strathberry, will pacean else.V \/
exhibition mile. and will attempt to V
k V Lieuntenant Commander -G. R i lower the track record, which is %:21*. The laxativeeffect of Chamberlain's o :0 get the GENUINE. A word
Maxwell detached Naval gcademy.andordered : : ..
Stomach Liver Tablets is
i- to Eagle; W. A. .Moffett detached -I ADMISSION 25J'CENTS.BOSSO'S. so; agreeable and and so natural you can to the wise is sufficient.Vygela .
THETIME: HAS COME Naval War College and ordered: o 0
BASEBALL to the Bureau of Equipment; T. P. hardly realize that it is produced by a
medicine. These tablets also cure indigestion -
:5 S TO OVERHAUL Magruder detached' Naval Academy For sale by all druggfsts Works
orders J. R Bottling
and p'aced on waiting ;
5; your Fail l and Winter Clothing, and the V AnericawutIhigt4n League.' Edie detached the Wisconsin and or I ,
place to send them' to be pressed. cleaned 1: Philadelphia 3. dered to the Mohican, L. R. de Stei CARPENTERS! '
: and repaired Is the Boston 'N w York ( -" V guer detached duty as supervisor New Ice Cream 'Factory :Joint meeting of Carpenter's Union No. 124 E. Chase: Street. Phone 587.
: Detroit 0;' Chicago %. V S. V York, harbor and ordered to duty as 74, 107 and 1159 Thursday. Sept.: (, By
Pensacola Dyeing Cleaning order of D. C. of U B. C. J of A.
Cleveland: 1.St. Louis 0' assistant the supervisor.V V V V .
: I can furnish you cream in R. BURRES Pres.
and Pressing Club. .. Laeutenants "W. Henderson: or I any quantity. SatisfactIonguaranteE'd. W. N. LOUfcSBERRY Bus. Agent.' -' V ,
S. : National" dered to New York'yard; A. B. Keat '
t The best equipped establishment In New York Brooklyn League.3: first game. ing detached the Severn and orderedto PHONE 1328 Doors Sash ,Blinds Turned and Scroll Work.
West Florida for this kind of ,
doing detached
Naval A. M Cook
'work. New York 2. Brilklyn 1:second game. Academy; SAM BOSSO., Prop. Homemade Dress Shield.
Plttsburg 1.St. Loula'9. the Nevada 'and ordered to: To make an inexpensive dress shield. manufacturing plant we

t Altering .o!. .Men's and Women's Philadelphia. ., Boston5. .:. VV V Naval Academy: R. Spear detached purchase about one-quarter of ,a yard Having our own
all building
Naval Proving Grounds Indian Head, are in position: quote prices on -
lightweight rubber sheeting and one !
Clothes a Specialty.Our S Southern( Md.. and granted two months' sick; Chanty, Jr., detached the Wisconsinand
League.Atlanta leave C. P. Burt detached the Mohican ., ordered to the Ra'eigh! ; IL J roil'ot narrow tape. Tear up an old 'materialthat money saved" to
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terms are reasonable and we guar- Atlanta aiemphts' ; first game. and; ordered homeC.IWelS.MJ.McCormck. French and R. W. Catoaniss detachedthe shield for the pattern and fell togetherthe contractor or person who intends to
Memphis J every
vntee satisfaction- on all work.: game. : C. R. ;Miller. M H. Sim Wisconsin: and ordered to the Cmdnnati seam in the middle and bind the i!
>ashv!He 5; Little RO<"k't. first build.
: Nashville! 11; Little Rock T, ont! and P. W. Foote detached theBaltimore. ; C. B. Mayo, detached the edges with tape. About three pairs of _ _
Reese & MendelProp'tisS p game 84'VeD'lnnlngS. V and ordered to the Ohio: Wisconsin and ordered to the Wilmington shields can be made from the one-

Birmingham Shreveport,. rain. J. IP. J. Ryan detached the Raleigh and I ; "F. F. Rogers detached the quarter yard at the cost of about 13 I Saunders Mill Company
No 13 N.. Palafox Street. Phone 675. Montgomery! .New' Orleans, rain. ordered to the Wiscoas'n! ; Z..E BT'JJFS, Wiscons and the Quiros; cents per pair, thereby saving from 15 ,
W. F. ewton detached the Ohio and! I
ALL WORK CALLED FOR AND detached Wisconsin the Concord R. U Berry and ordered ordered tol ordered to the Dean; LL W. F. Car- to 20 cents per pair; and I find that Phoav :717.. V V 21 Cast Cardan Street.

DELIVERED. "Chamberlain's f Cough ''Remedy the the Raleigh ;N. I* Jones, detachedthe : stein detached the, Rairibow and ordered I they are'more durable than the bought .-
V on Nature's Plan.! Ohio and ordered to ,the Baltimore to the PampangJL; W. B. Howe I ones.-PhlladelphlaPress.' l V -

The most. successful! med ; L. C. Richardson detached the detached the Wisconsin and jordered
::5 I those that aid nature.'Coagh Elcano and ordered to the Baltimore.! to the Concord; F_ U, Reicammh detected Mutton Fat. ... ............................................
Marine Grocery Co. !RenedT'St on'this plan. E. L. Bissett. detached the Wisconsin. the Ohio and prdered: to the Few people consider mutton fat good i. .i.ii
it when joa have a cold and it wiiallay and ordered to the Quires; J. E Walker Helena; CL B. Reibe detached the. eating, yet It Is a mistake to choose
V 604, 605 S. Palafox .St. the cough-, relieve the lungs detached the Wisconsin and or Wisconsin and ordered to the RaInbow lean mutton because the absence of The Greatest Summer Comfort
V V J. S. D:>wen, Jr.,. detached the i :
'S. Phone 725. aid expectoration open the dered to the Concord; L. R. Sargent; ; fat,shows poorly fed stock The fat !
and aid nature in restoring the )' ordered to Naval. P'rovng: Grounds, Indian ,CGio and ordered to the Helena; J. W should be white not yellow, and the + 1t
V. J. VIDAL, Manager.We 'I Md U. S. Macy detached Wilcox Jr. detached- the SL Louis
tern to VVS healthy cond Uon, Head ;
meat should be firm and As
dry. ageneral For the Home
carry a full line of Imported and sands hare V testified to Its the West VTrgin'a and ordered .to thQ! and ordered to the West Virginia.paced I t f
o"I rule, all meat should be firm
V Domestic Groceries and Provisions.We exc!'l'enoe! It counteracts any tendfncy St. Louis; J. Downes. Jr. and T. A I on. the retired list.ledicaI1nspectorsN.
'I announced H. Drake or not flabby. But while in choosing
want your patronage. of a cold to result in pneumona. Xittinser V
Si Fresh stock of Eastern: Mackeral Price 25 cents. Large size Ens!gns C. L. Bruffs' resignation i! ered to WasMngtwi, D.C., October 1 [ mutton one V should look for a piece of I V i
Just received! 3 for 25 cents. Witch 50 cents.' For sale by all druggists.Just accepted; Al:. Milne detached the Ohio,, for exanvnatkm! for- retirement, then- which the lean part is dark colored, in Is undoubtedly a gas range and gas water
: Hazel for,sale-41 per gallon. :I I and ordered horn0; W. D. Greetham I home te> await orders H. G. BeyeM the the case of lamb and veal the meat heater in the kitchen. The fire is always :
detached the WIsconsin'and ordered to detached the Oho andordered to cannot be.too white. : *
How to Do It. I I The 'Wilmington; C. S. Vanderbeck Ra'n bow. laid the water always hot. i
Advance to the inner door and I and S. M. Robinson detached the I Surgeons U J. Grow detached the V Tests.A i
: Florida and Alabama three distinct raps The "devil" Oho! and ordered to the BaUimoreJ: Mohican and ordered to the Ohio; R
14<11.ls1sott of,speech and pleasant : :
detached the Baltimore and or
attend your alarm. You give him T. L.. Ozburn and W. Ancrum detached Spear
dered to Nava1 Hospital, Canaeao, P. I In manner. A lady always has i
: name, postoffice address and the number he! Lawton and ordered to the V :
: LAND COMPANY of that Wisconsin; W J. Giles and F. V. }Ic- G H. Barber .detached the WisconsIn! ; perfect control of herself keeps her
years you are Gas
V I I the paper. lie will then admit owing Nair, Jr.. detached the Raleigh andor I and ordered to Naval. Station, Olongapo. engagements and is not oblivious of Pensacola Company :
Manufacturer. of dered to the Wisconsin; D Ghent de : P. I.; C. P. K'ndleberger detached her liabilities. She has the courage of
You will advance to the center of th Olon P. I.. and Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street.
S and Dealers in I ched the Ba'nbridge and ordered to Naval Station ro. her convictions If there be an occasionfor
LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHIN- room, address the editor with the following detached, ordered to the Baltimore. i
the Wisconsin; P. P. Bassett self denial, she is capable: of It.
C.LES AND KILN.DRIED SAP. i countersign: Extend the righti be Wisconsin and ordered to thGil-. Passed Assistant SUl'geons-H. E She cannot help having nerves'but she .......................................................
V band about two feet from the body J. W. Hayward the Galveston! Odell} detached the Gahestcn: and ordered
i ; will not make a display of them to the
with the thumb and index finger clasp- ordered to the Chtattanooga; F i I ; to the Wisconsin; F. A. Asser-
V MEN"ARE LEARNING THAT' BY ing a ten dollar bill V-nblcb drops H. Saddler ordered to the Navy Defitment .! son ordered to the Columb'a! ; J. A discomfort of others.

j! V BY LIFE ASSURANCE the extended hand of the editor at the I for special duty; F. W. Stel:: Randall ordered to Naval recruiting OOFF'EE: ]
!Incomes are maintainea: mortgages same time saying, ,"Were you lookingfor Ing detached the Baltimore and order I II nation, Denver Cob Signs of Carelessness.It
I V hrotected debts secured, undevelpoed to the Ohio; E. O. Fitch ordered toJoston Assistant Surgeons-E. C. Taylor is disillusioning to a degree to see V
me The editor will I 1
"You BLEND"This
S SV V Enterprises guarded, business render I II say yard for course cf Instruction ordered V fc> the Hancock; F. W. S an otherwise Itnoly and dainty woman
*d sate Investments given pennanen' bet" After giving him the news you i In naval architecture at ,the Massachusetts -Dean, ordered Washington, D. C. with neglected finger nails, soiled collar famous brand is still to be found at the old reliable
I tadue will be
':V and cap'tal preserved. A policy obliged to retire with a receiptfor i Institute of Technology. for examination and promotion then : band or some other sign of carelessness
j ::V fin "THE' EQUITABLE does arlvthis.Ind the obligation properly discharged. Midshipmen C. Wlhelm. H. De- wait o.rders; E. L. Jones deta.chctNa One cannot help but feel West Florida Steam BakeryN.
more-provides for the family af. Kingman (Kan.) Leader-Courier. Island and ordered
ano and J. S. McCa'n detached the val Hospital, Mare that these are indications of greater
I ler death Send .
your us jour name. attendance' course o'Instruct'en McK. OERTING
and ordered to the Baltimore; H to duty upon Manager
shortcomings, and If a woman does not
I tge and address.KNOWLES .
Declined Her Own detached the Wisconsin at Naval Medical School,
1" I Medicine. care to create such an impression it Phone 242 No. 8 S. PALAFOX
I : ,BROS.. Insurance current There about Is ajnars more or less talk tiered to the Baltimore; A" and.or'l: ( at Washington Naval Recruiting, D c.; J Station.: E. Gill, Louis duty were well for her to look to her nails
. abolishing and
D C. F. H. and collar bands...
}fo. then to Washington ,
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dispersing pelt. The. trouble is to V .
I detached the Columbia and ordered
Brooks .
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know;just nkere,to begin the destructbc < to.Naval Hosp:tal. Newport, R --

:t ickteI I'' ere who reconstruction'are willing and themselves to find reform to be THE I I I.. for ta treatment Naval Recruiting; B. H. Dorsey Station.ordered Des- IF YOU DELAYTOO COAL AND ICE.

f : reformed. /An English great iady waonce I Moines la.; F. E. Sellers detache-1
entertaining! the labor member of the Ohio and ordered to the Mohican; LONGin _
parliament. Henry Broadhurst, the I H. L. Brown, ordered to Naval Re

' Duke of Argyll and others at her country LITTLEMINISTER c lUng Station, Pttsburg: !Pa.f then obtaining a bottle of Hostetter's We want your business summer and winter.
seat She, was a strong Liberal. home to wait orders Stomach Bitters when the Stomach
and one.' evening inveighed against the Assistant Paymaster-W. :i. Hughes Liver or Bowels are in bad shape join Place your orders now for Coal at summer prices

l:[; : 'house 6f l rds. It would be swept account the Severn and, ordered then wait home orders to;. settle J. R only prolong your suffering. Get it i, We handle the. best grades-Jellico, Galloway and
Talk reform lo-dty.,
I with away fervor.If It did--- .not- ". she said H&rnborger ordered to duty as assistant Alabama. All .lump.

V to the general storekeeper, Leagut
V We
Hostetter's'Stomach still maintain
I "Ye5.'agr Bro dhurst. "and how Inland yard.Paymaster. V our up-to-date ice delivery

S will )'oullke tbnt. Mrs. P.r CIGAR .Clerks-
; The tie has much to I "Lady P.. If you please, s'r'! ," instantly to the Colorado; T. J. Hoskin Bittershas per 100 pounds over. .
correete'4 Broadhurst hostess. son orders the Severn revoked..
"i ; do with your' appearance -.. drawing herself up-,haughtily. The Cigar of f Quality Chief Deery orderedto medic been:ne" by pronounced thousands "the of grateful perfect Ice packed i in sacks and sawdust for shipment

._f New York yard; A R. Nickerson people during its 53 years' experience.It OUl specialty,
': ", and ,should have She Knew. "The cannot fool all detached the Oh: 'o and ordered to the ( curesndigestion! Dyspepsia, Costlveness Our
"Mariasaid Boggles to his wife the people all the time," Galveston; E. V Sandstrom orderedto Female Ills or Malarial FeIt's Motto-Prompt attention and courteous
., Torpedo Station Newport. R. L
the same careful selection treatment
with an idea jof Instructing her in political ver. ,
V : "do know what that's the reason why so' Boatswains-A. Seeckts detachejthe
economy : you
Severn and ordered to the Peoria
It .as other wearing -. brands of -
your civil service Is T! many cigars the Galveston
V ; McCtoy detached -
i..4i' L apparel. If you select "Jasper," replied VM...' Boggles withmemory j spring in the lime light and ordered to the Lawton; B. i I The Moore Ice Company
or recent- contact with the J. Greene detached the Rainbow and i
and then back into ob
S it from our tie stock cook "there Isn't&DY.0" ." ordered to Naval Station Cavite; F AIIm in the V Factory, Corner Garden and Manresa Streets,
V you livion. The little Minister Brenan detached the Raleigh: and ordered LaundryWhen P. O. Box, 422. Phone 232

will be assured of Scotland sod Whisky. J Cigar sails on its. merits, to the Wisconsin.;
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**On. of the grossest misconceptionsfrom J Warrant ''Machinists: C. Steele your shirts collars and ___z-----.1
V which Scotland'suffers. and is becoming more detached the Chicago and ordered to I! cuffs don't look right, it is
I.r.r.I TIE STYLE.. V writer. "1sVtbat: her national drink says Is a J and more popular every Mare Island Naval Hospital' ; J. :J. Cot quickly noticeable and the fine :
ter and :3!. A. Thormahlen detached t top clothes cannot make up
; 20 25 and 50 and always has been whisky. But thisIs day. People call for the Baltimore and ordered to the Ohio, up for it. Our plant Is equipped
xents. just as untrue. neither more no less, J them because they are G I. Peary'detached the Ohio and ordered V with the most modern Shingles-Cypress and Pine.
Collars 10 as that the national garb of Scotlandis 1 to tee Balfmore; A. T. Perclval laundry machinery made ani .
Ii- cents each. VS the kilt.. Whisky. like the kilt is a good. Price 5 cents. I detached the Ohio and ordered to the our work Is excelled by none Cabot's 'Shingle Stain.
purely Celtic or highland product and S Wisconsin: ; J. P. lUckier detached It pleases others ant will please

i't up to the middle of the eighteenth centnry The tte RaInbow! and ordered to the Wisconsin 'you. Cary .Composition Roofing.
it was,Just as,unfamiliar in the I ; W. W. Hoopes detached the
lowlands the clan Wsconsin and ordered to the 'Rainbow Front
as tartans. It was Doors Window Glass Builders' Mate V
[ .... after the"'45 that ; W. J.: Wiseman detached the ,
only the highiandersbegan
H 0 ANSON Lewis Bear Go. The Star Steam
.. ., ,. to settle In 'the lowlands and Galveston Naval Hospital and! ordered; 0. Boldt to Mare detachedthe Island rial, Laths, Brick and LimeWer

bring their whisky with.them, ,but be- '
Rhode band and ordered to the
1:__ V .CASH CLOTHIEH fore that) the.,national drink o( the Wholesale Dealers Peimsylvan'a: '". W. Booth detachedthe Laundry carry, 'th.e' stock and you can. get. it to-da,
lowlanders ,had been ale. Tam-o'- ,
Pennsylvania and ordered to the .
\ Contr' Pilafu tsd Uaii! Shanter and Souter Johnny got.'roarin'fou' Pensacola Fla. Rhode Island; G Mellen detached th' 37 .E. Garden St. Phone 114 Phone" '
Pensacola, Fla. 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO.
: V V not on whisky, but oa strong Maryland ordered to Naval Hospital, V ,
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Island of,Cuba are With- GERMAN[ N BOATS COTTON SS'N' TO Of American Fishing Vessel bMexican GOVERNMENT[ [ OF.RUSSIS SOliCITOR Will Big Event on September ::11.:

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Was Meeting of Executive Com OF STAPlE -- PROGRAM Over Prospects for Success of .., j;:

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American Vessels Cross Mile Limit, .. Of Sim Mason, and itis, Possible ;.
By ,Associated Press. By Associated Press.

OF VETERANS STARTED Finish Line in Lead for Little Rock. Spet. 5.-The executive communication St. Petersburg.embodying Sept 5.-An the official whole Linton Will Be Held to : JI! ,

YESTERDAY FROM HAVANA committee of the Southern ,Cotton Association REPRESENTATIONS WILL BE government program was published tonight Grand Jury.The l
Cup.. will hold its annual meeting: InHot The program embraces court ADOPTED.&z.i
FOR PURPOSE OF PLACING Springs beginnIng to-morrow and MADE, TO MEXICO BY UNITED martials) or. political crimes' increases the EST j t1

penalties for circulating the revolutionary '
PEACE PROPOSALS BEFORE THE will probably be in session several days. STATES AMBASSADOR RELATIVE W. :
By Associated Press. propaganda and expresses a firm. deter- killing of Sim Mason near Sniff 7l

Marblehead Mass.. Sept. 5.-Three At this meeting the association will TO CAPTURE, OF :THE ALOHA mination to preserve order. It also Springs by William Linton some weeks 'L:
IN American boats 'sailed across the finish name a price line in, to-days race for the ,Roosevelt -LOCAL FISHERMEN ARE and says that useless restrictions on the Monday by County Solicitor Loftin. AS : j jI
VARIOUS PROVINCES. should be marketed The decision will
I cup well in advance of:the three German : f I Jews will be abolished forthwith. Greater who baa summoned the witnesses faj this ,".t
!i challengers. The Vim owned by be based upon the' supply of cotton on GREATLY, INTERESTED IN CASE provincial autonomy is promised and case to appear' before him. and it de :!'.. -;.

Commodore Heark of the American hand the world demand and the present } Zemstvos will be introduced in Poland pends upon what develops at this investigation A Abating

Havana Sept. 5.-The peace pro Yacht Club. of New York. won the con- t outlook for the growing crop. 'The report --t and the Baltic proiinces. Reforms In police whether or not Linton will" be The first, meeting of the committed .1 ;
and other also promised. tried at the term of the Criminal Court in charge the ( ;
service are arrangements ; i
test through brilliant windward work Associated
etals are, not making any progress. of the investigation of charges By Press. which .
General ftfenocal has been consulting! coupled with splendid running qualities. against certain officers of the associationat 'Washington Sept.* S.-The State in the convenes county jail next held week.upon'the'He Is now for the big Horse Show on September

Caramba was second. thirty-two...seconds Atlanta will also be considered. Department called on Ambassador chargeof 2Sth, was held last evening Ever : :,:1 ,
vith local business men and a few manslaughter but if the county solicitor .
behind the Vim while the. Auk winner Thompson at 1 Mexico City, to investigate TROTTING AND "
deems It advisable after hearingthe one on the committee was enthus'a** -
politicians but nothing definite has resuited. of Mondays third. Of the .f
race recent seizure the Mexican
tae ;.
stat<*nents of the witnesses, he will tic and entered into the work with i :
."; The executive committee of the Wansee did tne NEGRO BOY WAS ;
J German challengers I government of the American fish .'
I RUNNING RACES not call the casein the criminal court vim that insures the success of the ; ""
the moderates,of the National AssemMy best work but' none of them: seemed to !ng smack Aloha near the coast of but await an investigation at the handsof event. The committee organized by '; :

met this evening whic1 Is regard have a chance with the American yachts SHOT LAST NIG"TI Yt
ea as an encouraging'sIgn.. General at any: stage. The government today rece'vsd a The case of J. B. Vaughn may also chairman and W A. Btount, Jr., see '.iretary ;:'.

Menocal this telegram from the manager of the ARE BEING ARRANGED' FOR THE come up at this term of court but as yetit i Much of the preliminary wont ,: ; ...
afternoon,asked Senator
C Gulf Fisheries Co, at Galveston, gang : is not definitely known for the reason was done last night, the date of th$ : ,! :

Zayas president of the liberal party WAS STANDING, AT SHOOTING I ; a statement of the facts exactly; KUPFRIAN PARK TRACK FRIDAY that the mandate of the supreme court show being confirmed, rules govern. '*;?*:J:

to attend the conference with the object NO N DIFFICULTY corresponding with the press dispatches which reversed the decision of the lower i Ing the event adopted and a prograns ; !': : ;
of of scusslng: the situat'on.! GALLERY WHEN RIFLE WAS He states that 'ie! vessel AFTERNOON.Both court and remanded the case back here' planned. It is poss'b-le: that other 1:* .\"':.'

A committee of became beca'med! and driftel nithn: for trial, has not jet been received. If I rings or classes may be added to ths J y.' .
veterans today startEd ACCIDENTALLY FIREO. I I a marine league of the :Mexican shore it should be received Mr. Vaughn will be I program should It be found there is :a :

to visit respectively the insurg Mr. Thompson nas instructed to ob- arraigned upon the charge of manslaugh demand for them. H 'i i
trotting and
running races are "
ents in the provinces of Santa Clan.HaYana"and I IN GETTING i i i fain:an official report of the case and oil the program for the regular weekly ter during the term. The program adopted is as follows! t ; '. ..,
Pinar del Rio to learn shot make proper 'r-erresent t.on'to the With the exception of these two cases )
John Reed a negro boy was I Ii racing event at Kupfrr an & park Friday Program. .;' >
whether they were willing to cease last night on West Zarragossa street, \ exican government. afternoon and an afternoon o which may possibly come before the j .
iostilitles on the basis of a'proposi.t. I court at this term there are no cases First class to fce called at 2:31 :
Jadievk's gallery with a who
n to hold municipal! elections with at shooting discharged i LOCAL INTEREST. enjoyment is promised those arc of any importance to be tried and the o'clock p. mHarness. ..; 't\\
rifle which was accidentally at the track. "
term will be a short one. ; -{ -
in sixty days and the holding of a The bullet struck near the II I SEIZURE BY MEXICO Association has Geldings-Single. ;
Already the Driving .
peclal session of congress to a STENSlAND To be shown to any kind of vehicle. 'J ;
back of the head and came out about two and
arranged trotting races one :'
To be Judged. 'by their speed. manners _
for 43
general amnesty everybody I
three Inches from the pOint where it1 0--;: running event and in each there are a '"
in the revolution The same i The seizure schooner Aloha, conformation gait and style of po'ng.! ..p ":..
entered Inflicting a very bad scalp number of entries. There will no !..
propositions wi'l be submitted to the owned by the Red Snapiter Company Horse alone to be considered. Exct'I':
executive committees of both poUtt! wcund. with crowdof I of Galveston by the Mexican authorit doubt be a big crowd at the track as MANY fEARS IN sive speed not required or to countSaddle f. '.'
The boy was standing i there is now much interest in racing !F ;
t&l parties By Associated Press others at the shooting galerywatching !es upon the charge! ot poachingcaused here. Horse.
Washington Sept. 5.-It is now said at !. much talk ansong: the fisher- To be Judged by their conformation
the shooting. Captain Mayo In addition to the races there will k
jthe'State Department -that there will 'men and along the,wharves yesterday, quality, .manners, action and gaits. ;" t'1Ladies'
who is master of a fishing vessel was be exhibition of fait pacing when
YORK probably be no difflcutj in fetching Paul i'and the general impression preva'l* an Turnout. ( ; :
one of those firing at the targets and i the stallion, lord Starhberry will be
Ste sland. the defaulting banker away rifle lie .cached that the 'Mexican ant"rUe3 htt'e.l.JT.e THE REFORM S'ngle' horse 'to trap, 'phaeton, bug Ii if"""i"igr
after emptying one I,>ut on.the,track effort: made to
from Morocco on any merchant vessel. for another. bandTng: It the hammer .1 I in liJis case as they hi- In otnera Icwer the tIack: ,record which is or runabout 'To be driven bv lady t ii;: 4
IN RifLE MATCH providing the ship does nottouch at a seized vessels without any (;v' !enc'f'tlIa Horsa :_i, ito
There'ls proVision th'e struck some object and it was discharged 2:211-2. unaccompanied by gentleman.
French port. no In the buPet} striking the boy, : they were engaged In fishing, count 50 per cent; vehicle and hare ji
existing extradition treaties between I just because they happened to be it 25 cent ability 23 ;
who was standing. few feet distant ress, per driving
this country and France tor' the sur- arrerted.! I Lbat tme: within tiC boundary line- SCHOOlFlorence per cent ..,..
render 'of guilty of embezzlement Captain Mayo was ARNOLD SERRA ,-,
By Associated Press. persons / All fishermen goH:; oat of Peneacol.a Ponies Other than Shetland-In Har. '
Sea Girt. N. J.. Sept. 5.-New York the technical ,charge against :.s well as other srl' ports'have :n. .. -

the sinner-of the three previous competitions ., Stensland. No difficulty will be metif FORMER OFFICER strncl ns not to 'g> into: the Mexican DIEDYFERDAY ness. : "

of the national team match' the fugitive is brought into ler"tcry: for the owner have no le. To be driven by boy or girl not .

took the lead today at the close of the Gibraltar or a Spanish or Portugese port sire to get their ve ;;c's! into tronb'p; ;, '_ : Moore Alias 'Little[ An. over sixteen years of age pony alona "
second period of the match which.I because treaties will permit his surrender OF BANK SHORTBy win the Mexican government no: Co L to be considered To be judged bY' t :

began Massachusetts I fishermen to have tJ1c.rcatches conformation quality manners. act'on! H I ,'
yesterday. con the cir Arnold Serra, the eight-year-old son nie" Remain There
tlnued to hold second place and New -- seized and they carried t-. of iMr. and Mrs. A. Serra died at an gait and general adaptability ;

Jtrsev, which finished in the lead yesterday A-: Press. I Mexico with the prospect of remaining early hour yesterday morning at the Fanciest Light Harness Mare. ; ':4/

fell back to eighth. Only the TAFT IN there for an Indefinie pcroid. Until of Age. ,"
SECT'Y.. home of his parents No. 211 North To be shown to any four wheel r'g.: t
'.?ht hundred yards stage and the two Memphis Sept. b.-A special from I Consequently it is not believed that DeVillier street after a short Illlness Judges to consider style action. man ; t' :

Itmdred yards rapid fire stage were Tlcksburg says that G. S. Adams form- there: has been any vio'atlon of the. of typhoid fever. neTs, gait and beauty of form. u '' ,.t
completed today. A,skirmish run was MAINE CAMPAIGNBy erly assistant cashier of the CitizensNational laws, but whenever a Mexican can .
The deceased was taken ill less than Yesterday was plea day In the Crlm] Pair in Harness. If ', .
arted. Weather conditons! today Bank was arrested to-night for boat happens to catch a smack wIthin
two weeks ago and grew worse rapid mat Court, Judge Beggs presiding,
of forty-eight thou- seize Pairs of mares or geldings or mars !t. .; .
were perfect and many sepctators an alleged shortage the boundary she prorfeda to lr. death >ending his suffering at 3:30: and five negroes held in the county I
dollars with the bank while he was of the or geldIng. to be shown to( approprk
*ere present"PEACE sand the vessel as was the case o'clock yesterday morning Jail on var'ous! charges went before '.

Associated Press., employed; the institution. Silas Stearns, of this pot The parents have the sympathy of the court and entered pleas of guilty ate trap surrey or victoria. Drive ',H
ladies 1 Horses
the must be accompan'ed! by 1
bearing on
Bath :Maine Sept. 6.-William H. Taft The following special friends in their bereavementThe Among these "was Florence Moore ,
manv appoint !*" .
75 cent
to count
DAY" ;
ATPORTSMOIJTIIN. Secretary of War. addressed a .forge audience 40 TOl I SHOT seizure of the GaTvestcn srraok was funeral Is to occur this morn- alias] "Little Annie." who within a few ments 25 per per cent t.; .

here to-night and was given an published yesterday: ing at 9 o'clock and interment In St. weeks made a record as a criminal Shetland Ponies in Single Harness. : ',:' ,.i
II enthusiastic reception. It was Secre- "A cablegram has been received by Michael's cemetery. that is almost beyond belief. She vehIcleand *i.*' '

; tary Taft's only, appearance la the Maine WINS BIG STAKE, Manager J. W. Munn of the Gul Fish was charged with grand larceny hay To driven be shown by to boy appropriate or gin not ovef '
campaign. cries Company of this city, from the ing gone into houses on the plea of
captain of the smack Aloha which, TEMPERATUREOF having no home and at the first oppor fourteen years of age. .

By Associated Press. states that that vessel has been ads tunlty would make away with all She Lady Rider. "

Portsmouth J*. H.. Sept. 5.-At the BRYAN AND PARTY by Associated Press. ed by the Mexican transport Progres valuables and money shs couIJ) get Judges to consider style, ease ancf< .

wme hour that the treaty of Portsmouth New York Sept 5.-The surprise of I so. while lying at anchor becalme 90 DEGREES her hands on. Several weeks since ability of rider. C < / *

which ended the war between Japan and the year (came In the great filly stakesat close into Arenas Re-f she went before 'he court to enter a Combination Hose. -

Russia was signed here a' year ago a ARRIVE AT OMAHABy Sheepshead Bay to-day when KUlaloe.a I "The captain also stated that he and plea of guilty but it was not accepted .I Must be driven and then ridden. ,-{':

tablet was unv lled to-day to perpetuatethe forty to one shot easily defeated the his men are In friendly hands and that it being thought desirable to allow To be judged by conformation style, ..
memory of the event. Keene entry. Court Dress. The stake was there 'will hardly be a repetition of The maximum temperature yesterdaywas her to reflect over the matter. She adaptability to twd '
and general ,
To-day was observed as "Peace Day" worth ten thousand dollars. the imprisonment and cruelty praCticed 90 degrees at noon according to Gid not change her mind. however, and gaits, ,';* I
Associated :
b7, the ringing of bells, several hundred P..s. ,on American sailors of the Galveston weather bureau records while the mini- pleaded guilty to grand larceny beIng purposes. ""*
Model Horse. :
Omaha. Neb.. Sept. 5.-Wm. .1. Bryan fishing mum temperature was 72 degrees at (S 'I''
Pensacola and Mobile ; sentenced to remain in the State! ,
ttcple being present and with appropriate to b* 'Ishow'n
Best stallion, mare or gelding
exercises celebrating the first anni- accompanied by Mrs. Bryan and party of CALL MONEY AT smacks seized by the Mexican government a. m. Last year on)the same date the Reform School until she becomes of bridle To be Judged by >. '
Nebraskans which met them in New Since the maximum, temperature was 88 degrees to
wrgary a few months ago. anjtiuene '.
York, arrived here en route to Lincoln A HIGH FIGURE seizure of three smacks seme time and the minimum 74 degrees age.Others who pleaded guilty were So- their individual'ty.! quality, style : ;
shown :
this afternoon but remained less than an ago they have continued to fish In In his daily summary of weather conditions gene Curry. for gamb'm! $5 and costs s to type .
hour and did not leave the station Several Observer Hare yesterday said: Parade. "
but have carefully 45 days, and "Judge" Brit
the same localities o" serve bors* |
SLIGHT DAMAG thousand citizens greeted Mr. Bryan "The area of high prt'ssu're central over Parade of all pnz- -wmning %
set out offense
for the
observed the three mile limit ; ten, same was sen t:
and he spoke briefly roof a carriage. the lake region yesterday morning has on the grounds.
By Associated pr ll. by, Secretary Root as free water for kneed to pay a fine cf $15 and costs "' i
the entire east and
gradually overspread Exhibition.
New York. Sept 5.-Call money on all fishermen with p. serve 60 days, Will Lewis ds- Rules Governing
of the
southeast country.
TO U. S. S. BOSTONBy fiRE the Stoek Exchange closed at 35 bid. "In this case the captain states be portion over "the New Enrfancstates. charging firearms in public $25 or 60 The committee adopted the follow .r

BIG COTTON One loan of two hundred and fifty thousand had become becahned and drifted Into highest. Cooler pressure weather prevails as a result days; St. James Hawthorne assault In? rules to govern the exhibition: i

dollars was made at forty and some about one mile and a half of the shore over the southeast and east' and and battery $5 and costs or 30 days... 1. All horses entered must be praor 1 I'i
small loans at 35. anchor to await sum The Municipal Court tically sound for the purposes foi ;
AT ANNISTON ALA. and dropped rain fall was general in the southeast '
Associated Press. dent wind to move'out to the fishing portion of the United States, from Texas Twenty-six cases were docketed *or which they are shown. ...'f

Bfligha Washn, Sept 5.-The ground when taken toy the Mexican to the Atlantic ocean. Corpus Christi re- trial in the municipal court yesterday %. The first class will be calleif -r..;.

tnltt'd States cruiser Boston, which NEW NOTES, vessel. Manager Munn at once notified !- ports 338 inches. Tampa 250 inches. morning before Recorder Laney. Ot J f rromptlv at 2:30 o'clock p m Exhibft. t

*M damaged on Peabody rook.,.will make By Associated Pr.... Secretary Root of the seizure and Nashville 163 inches and Meridian 141 this number one defendant was discharged -i itors must inform themselves when 1
a start for Bremerton to-morrow under Anniston Ala.. Spet. 5.-Fire startedby facts connected therewith as fat,Inches. six cases continued one sen i their classes. will) be called and horse .1! l!

her own steam: The divers to-day found lightning this afternoon des*,'o}.d the OF CRESTVIEW the as known here"ATTRACTIONS "An area of low barometer Is formingover tence suspended and fines 'mposed! must be in show ring promptly after ,;. tt

the leak in the hull and the flow of water ware house of the Woodstock mills. The Montana and warmer weather prevails amounting to $66.New being called. :

lI'al so nearly checked that no further building contained four hundred bales of in Oklahoma. Nebraska' and South Suits Filed. 3. Entries close at 12 o'clock noon f "j

Carnage Is feared- cotton valued at thirty thousand dollars, FOR Dakota. The following new suits were filed Tuesday September 23th i ,

fully insured. Special to The Journal.CrestrUw. "Local, conditions will probably resultIn yesterday In the office of the cle'ie ol 4. Entries should be made on r gu* t".i

.'Sept. f.-The First National showers Thursday. the circuit court: lar entry blanks. f '. '
MAY BE: TRIED CHARGED WITH STEALING Bank 'of DeFunlak Springs has placed THE STATE FAIR E. H. Thurman vs. A. Green et aL, 5. No entrance lee will be charged |t. i.::

FINE MARINE, CLASSES. several savings banks In Qrestview. damages $1.600; Avery. & Avery at In any c'a-ss ,.
Rev. P. G. Woodruff spent the first partof NEWS ITEMS .torneys for plaintiff. 6. Exhibitors will be furnished en ;'"-
FOR MURDER William Treeman a negro boy was last week here. Appreciating the fact that the com'Ing Bay Electric &:, Supply! Co. vs. trv tags for each entry made all .J

arrested on Palafox wharf yesterday R. W. Storrs passed t.hrou&h'en routeto State Fair to be held at Tampa Western ,Union Telegraph' Co., a cor this: tag must be attached to exWVt .. .::

charged with the theft of a pair of Florala Friday. He is out in the interest November 14th to 29th will surpassin I FROM OLIVESpecial pcratlon damages $500: Avery & before entering ring. ,->
office' of the Florida Fair.A < way even that of last year for plaintiffs. 7. Exhib'tor: will drive from left t* r
Salisbury. N. c. Sept. 5.Oeorge marine glasses from the of ,the West every. Association are Avery, attorneys
ttnee, who b*.' been held without W. S. Keyser Co. The-office was recently quiet wedding was celebrated at the officials of the Fair in right when in show ring. {k

bail on the charge of murder since the entered and the glasses stolen. residence of Mr. J. C. Settle Thursday; determIned to spare no expense 8. No persons: except the Judges r
attractions b ;
IYnthlug here on August 6. was ac-I! Yesterday Officer Connors found the evening. Mr. C. Moore and Miss Ida Set the matter of securing order than to The Journal. WATCHING THETROPICAL coramitteemen and assistants will e *, 'I
of horses
quiue en charges of jail breaking. boy asleep on the wharf and arrested tles being the contracting parties. We which will be a higher in the South. Olive Sept. 5.-Rev. Thomas Pos allowed In ring while the ,4 ..

tonlghl! He is still In custody and him recovering the.glasses.. The boy wish them much Joy and happiness.A *any ever before Association seen will spend] tell is holding a revival meeting at shown. two r't if l

Inay be tried for. murder. stated at the police'lta.t'on that be negro named Cleve Baker was The Fair : for the of securing the Olive church which will run on: STORMThe 9. The judges will award there Is I'-i :
I went to sleep on the wharf and when drowned while in bathing at Rlchbourgs. alone $10,000 purpose aim through this week and probably over i bong In classes where 4

WILl. TATUM SUPPOSED BE i he woke up the glasses. were lying still near here a few days ago., a magntflcent hippodrome: hun Sunday. Preaching every night at 8.. than 'five entries and three ribbons Fin. :.
bv ,
liar, to that which was seen where five or more are f "
to attend
invnted 1
UNDER: GULFPOrtT.TyiU ., his side. clock. Everybody Is '
AT by dreds of thousands in New York. Th, broth. tlue ribbon; second red ribbon: third, "- ;
ORIOLES CHALLENGE ANY cf the band secured for and hear what, the good local weather office yesterday sent white ribbon. 5.
engagement *-
Tatom one of the negro con- TO FACILITATE THE BALL TEAM IN THE CITY the two weeks of the Fair will coal, has to say. out another advisory menage regardingthe 10. The committee reserves the jr ,
cts who -escaped from the camp ofI IMPORTATION. ,OP'GOLD the association $7,000 and $IO.ooO.&twl11 Mrs Alice Creighton returned Monday movement of the tropical storm right to reject any entry offered wits' |( -:
I the star baseball team. of which ., evening from a visit with friends! which receded from Washington at '
Turpentine company ten days The Oriole be given as purees.for horse races.Officials was. out assigning cause therefor si,: 1
lince. is supposed to be under arrest By,Associated PrM.Washington. Frank Humphreys Is manager. Issues a of the Southern Fair Circuit, in Atmore. She was present at the!! 10 a. m.: A handsome eoavenir program wi:! _: ' .
at GuUport. At least a negro answer- ., Sept. '1.-S er tary Shaw challenge to In or out of the of seven Southern States: wedding of Miss lala Ward, hercousin "Center of tropical storm .has passed given to every patron of the show. t.' ,{, ,:
lag the description of Tatom is held to-day announced that on and after Sep city for one or more games the Ti M. C. in New York and Chicago I to Mr. John Owens. north of Turk's Island and is moving on Many entries are already pnjrole. 1 1"1 Jt
there 10 and until further notice the are now ,}Ir. John Wilson and sister, Miss north of Wet course. Conditions dan- I'
and Presley C. Dawkins. of the tember A. team preferred. add Honal attractions upoa a and the success' of the show' is no the .
turpentine> firm' has gone to Gulfport treasury will make deposits in national Those desiring to accent this trhallenge securing thousands of dollars will be Ida of Pensacola were the guests o( gerous for shipping off our southeastern east la doubt .
to identify the negro and if It la the banks to- facilitate, the importation of can communicate with the manager at which their oarenta Sunday: last. I coast during the next tow 4 J'.L"

Jtau to return -wQi him to Pensacola: gold. the store of, Wffllai& Jobnson & Son S1eut. .


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PEOPLE AND EVENTS I Ii LETDELAY r The demand for S. S. S. has steadily increased since it was first placed lt, '

Nell Burgess. On the market until it is now recognized as the greatest of all blood purifiers. it.V

The character of Abigail Prue as It has won its way to success because IT CURES DISEASE, and f'';:;1 ,

portrayed by Mr Burgess In the "County there are few homes where"S.S.S.'for the blood" is not a household saying. 1r i: ':_

Telephone No. 38 after 3 P. M. I Fair" Is one of the truly great char- As the Mood is the very life of the body, nourishing and supplying strength j, ,/

acters present to the theatre-going pub to every part,disease in some form is sure to follow when it becomes contaminated ': ;

lic.The Eczema, Acne,Tetter,Boils,Pimples and the various skin affections : (, I ,.

1 111i1liil11I flt tl1I tlt :'. In every representation detail never Is unique halting, consistent or sus-- Ere due to an over-acid and impure blood-supply. Rheumatism Catarrh, I } ;i

pending identity for a moment but always Scrofula Chronic Sores and Ulcers Contagious Blood Poison etc.. are all ': :

In fun keeping with natures fi- deep-seated blood diseases and will continue to grow worse and more danger- 1 ;. .. -
Rob share in
MAID. youof your the flood tide delity In every ,particular and exhibitIng ems ai-v'ng as the impurities: and poisons which produce them remain in the I t. .
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dan are over The Journal's Daily Fashion Feature of bargains that ,our 'monster In the various situations the genuineprinciples blood. In all blood disorders S. S.S.has proven itself a perfect remedy, and >;
\Oen the siort-steflres of refined art and In subtle well earned the right to be called the greatest of all blood purifiers. It goes ,::

Jessie dear. land with niceties which cannot be named and down into the circulation and forces out all poisons impurities, humors, \
tsA old winter fills the which none knew so wen as the actor end unhealthy matter and makes this life-stream rich and health-sus -
pure -
END who has
flakes of enow. ODD AND' SALE worked them up, so to speak,
Then the mole upon your arm will no from his own observation and character. taining S. S. S. reaches inherited blood taints and so enriches the circulation J. : I

longer be a charm We may see very little way Into the la- that diseases of years standing are permanently cured. It contains no t .
'-will borous harmful minerals and is nature's! real blood purifier. Book the ;:, '
And >x>ur rusty little elbows nature of the study he has given on blood and : .E
not show. offers you. There is yet time for you in so thoroughly preparing for a perfect "medical advice free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. ? .:.

Paul Cook in Birmingham :Ag&: to reap some of the benefits of this work. Ih
11 eral d. Those factors of expression, the eye .
sale. Flail goods are coming in thick the countenance, the attitude, the gesture _
MARZONI.TOUART and the speaking voice with their almost J. F. DAVIS JEWELERNow i
WEDDING THE SEPTEMBER 19. and fast so summer goods must gout' Infinite variety of combination re- 11 : :
celvea wide application In this remark- in
The wedding of Miss Bthel Mar- quicker and faster. Our ODD A."IDi able impersonation and at no time are New Brent.Building 235. Pelafox 1 StSouvenir

joni and Mr. Ttsdate Joseph Touart a END SALE is still on and BARGAINS' there withdrawals of that apparent ease I i :
las been announced for September 19 so as to maintain within us the Illusion I

end the following Invitation has been UPON BARGAINS: AWAITS YOU...I that it is not. acting but real life that I !ljj
received 'try the many friends of the .k2. I that we are witnessing. Postal CardsWe :

bappy young couple: The touch of pathos is marked by Judicious -i .
Mrs Louts Denis M.arzonlrequest
)Ir.and moderation, never outdone, and
the honor of your presenceat is very effective-especially the 1 \
remark- have Souvenir Postal Cards in great variety.Prices J _; t
the marriage of their daughter able race scene when "Cold Molasses"wins .

Ethelto MEYER SHOE CO. and lifts the mortgage from the old 2 for 5 cents or 25 cents per dozen. ;. .

farm. Just the thing to mail to your friends. ;' e
:Mr Ttodaie Joseph Touartpn Mr. Burgess personally win appear at .
Wednesday morning, September every performance with his excellent : '11

tie nineteenth at eleven o'clock I fJ .t. FEET FURNISHERS FOR FOLKS company. At the opera house to-morrow Coe's :Boo :. S"tore _

Saint Michael's Church ./
Pensacola, Kortda.jPss night."A New Brent Building. Phone 235. .1;
-+- 102 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. Runaway Match."
::\ Stella deGraaf leaves tonight The Rochester (N. Y.) Post says of 5- 5 5 p, : f 1,;

Joseph's:for Atlanta Hospital where she to will resume enter her St 11 \\ attraction"A Runaway at the Match"opera that house is to-Saturday tw the SCHOOLS n AND___ COLLEGES________, S ,".... ,' t,

night Sept. 8, 1.
course of study as a trained nurse. To Remove Freckles 1i Pimples
"One of the brightest and cleverest

to Tea Days, Use comedies that has ever appeared In PENSACOLA CLASSICAL SCHOOL ?i \
has been Nadinola.A.
)Ir. J. J.: Jernlgan who Rochester, opened yesterday afternoonat ,
rerionsly 111 for ecrae time past Is the Grand Opera House and in trib- )

I now convalescent and has gone to under. new a Oeaftrj potulv ,guarantee sold- ute to its merits the popular theatre was Preparatory School for Boys and Girls. !! :
Roberts where he will remain for a and Br?BeT refunded crowded to Its limits and all out of ... : ,
, meek two for the benefit of bla in every case "standing .. .t
or where it fads to resort room only" at the time the t.'
health. He was accompanied toy Mrs freckles, pimp:es, liver curtain went up. at both matinee and Seventh Annual Session Begins September 17th. .: .. :

Jernlgan. met- ness spots,, collar sun-tan dlsooloratlonblaekhesdsaedali sallow-- evening performances."In Entrance Examinations September 1415., ,,'f'
+ + addition to the ft
eruptions of the skin no ingeniously workedout THE FEATURES OF THE SCHOOL THAT HAVE MADE ITS WORK :;-
leave to .
Mr. Jake Kugehnanwill f J matter of bow lone plot, the company has introduced a SUCCESSFUL ARE: :
tight for Montgomery on a. recrea staadiog. Cores ordinary number of clever specialties and the IT RECEIVES A LIMITED NUMBER OF PUPILS-NEVER MORE a.f"
wittre1a.Uves. ] s. s* cue 1. 10 da1..4'be'won' THAN CAN BE THOROUGHLY TAUGHT. ,,'.
ton trip,_ which will be spent ti la 20 days. After sparkling succesislon of fresh new jokes
On his return home he wil: tana defects are removed ,the skin will be comes so thick and fast that the audienceis ITS INSTRUCTORS ARE MEN SPECIALLY TRAINED FOR THEIR t.,,;; i:
sister who ha.! Hear, soft, healthy and beautiful. No possible WORK IN THE BEST COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES OF .OUR ) .? :
be accompanied by kept convulsed
harm GaD result from 60 cents and Ilj3at beginning to end. COUNTRY. x i
been spending the summer away an leadtag drag Mores or by mall "Each one of the cast is good In his or IT CHERISHES AND MAINTAINS THE HIGHEST IDEALS OF ,1,
who has greatly enjoyed the chang* NATIONAL TOILET COMPANY." Paris. Teal her particular role and there is not a SCHOLARSHIP AND MANHOO AND WOMANHOOD. / "
I and is greatly improved In health.Mr. poor line nor a bad bit of acting In the THIS IS ONE OF THE: FEW PREPARATORY SCHOOLS IN THE ,tt' :,'r
: Dudley Gonzalez left on the 1- MAORI' HOSPITALITY. I Mr. Fred House, play the parts of the OF ,THE GREAT UNIVERSITIES AND TECHNICAL : I i ;'
train 'Wednesday for {Binning: : SCHOOLS. : <
poon father and son, who run away with a .
barn. where he went to meet his sis- widow and her daughter, all confrontingeach THE SCHOOL HAS STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES IN MANY OF Ii? ., .
"Misses Hela Kna who
;ers, and re- other at a little Inn in the coun- THEY HAVE MADE GOOD RECORDS. I ; : .
Party ,of Travelers.A i
toned: home last evening. try. Miss Maude Scott and Miss Grace WHERE ITS GRADUATES HAVE ENTER. i ,
for of silk' radium hand tucks in
ing of run
I Design gown a group traveler In New Zealand tells of a VInton, take the parts of the widow and ED ON A REGULAR COLLEGIATE COURSE THEY HAVE BEEN ADMITTED I is. .... :
Mr and Mrs. C. -lAmette are the I satin or crepe the model being in robins and the lower part of the bodice was .native welcome.: His party drew near daughter and Miss Dessie Ryan takes TO THE SOPHOMORE CLASS AND HAVE TAKEN HIGH'' ;!.,':..

proud parents of a fine baby girl who: ,. egg blue satin finish crepe, of a decorated in wide by two rows:- of- pinch tucks to the central home of the tribe of the role of :Mrs. Pennywlse the penurious I CLASS PROF.STANDING.WALTER MILLER, PROFESSOR OF GREEK AT TULANE t y r.

arrived at their home, 319. //West Garden rather heavy quality. The" bodice 'was run The chew scallops eUe and stock_ was of Maoris. "As 'we rested beneath the landlady contributes her share of the 1 UNIVERSITY SAID OF THE SCHOOL: "IT SECURES THOROUGH It 1 ft"-ft"I I "::
street, on Tuesday. fun while Edw. L Schooley as Solomon NESS OF TRAINING COMPARABLE WITH THAT AFFORDED BY rf;
made "wltJi bretelle klee pieces of the mechlin la.oe.-'
Dr "V?, A. Mills, of !JUton was crepe scalloped on tie edges, with and the Short sleeves were shirred yell, and round the corner of the work as comedian. : SECONDARY PENSACOLA SCHOOLS CLASSICAL OF SCHOOL THE SOUTH.IS ONE" OF THE VERY BEST r/ ..'1

among the rtrtors! to iPensacoiayes. embroidery, silk to match I ":there also crosswise and inserted with lace and. stockade appeared a fer;.,'tous figure, "His songs, and,' "business' sustain the FOR FURTHER INFORMATION. ADDRESS h; 't'1
terday and was glad greeted by his being! a conventional flower design trimmed with frilla of lace up the outer tattooed, red painted, befeatbctfi and spirit of the play to the end when he +
many Mends in this city.. embroidered as shown. in the draw. .arm. naked, except for a very brtet waist goes to jail for another man and leaves H. CLAY ARMSTRONG, Principal, 11'I"; ;!
0 ing. Tore< tower part of these bre> The skirt was made with an overskirt fringe of dangling palm fiber. Ills people In line to be happy ever after. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. :lt i

One of tie pleasant private parttea tells piece 'were narrowed in by bar pointed back and front "The comedy all in all, Is one of the !.
eyes rolled_ till the whites .only were
across the-tay on !Jabot Day'was the most wholesome and clever that has appeared r
thenhe.fhrust kv and
seen; out a ;? In this city for many a day." .. !
osed of Mr. and ilr Clarence
one con made many: : acquaintances, who will I snaky tongue and grimaced ferrfully. .' .1I
: Broit and faaaily, Mr. and Mrs I Bearing Another' Bvrdcn.That
Vanausdal and family, Mr Henry end be pained to leam.f1 her death. it Is,jiot impossible to ring a Shaking a wooden spear in his hand. Ae a dressing for sores bruises and '",fc

iiss Ausley and Mr. Thomas and 'I II new change on woman's aversion to he swiftly cast it at us, then turned burns Chamberlains Salve is all that University of! the State of lori'da : :
>Miss Ldlhe StaptesI returned and rushed toward the Justas
Miss Jessie JBennet They spent the telling her correct age has been provedby village. can be desired. It is soothing and I
day; at Deer JtoQit "vrhere-a fish fry from Atlanta Oa., where she had a the rector'of,& New York church. the epearsman turned one of oar healing In its effect. It allays the I CAIMSVILLC. r'-

its enjoyed. most delightful time during her nraca He don not appear to be more than young men who, bad rapidly divested pain of a burn almost Instantly. This A high grade institution for young men. Literary Scientific _

fifty old but declared to an Ingnirtgg himself of all but his waist shawl salve is also a certain cure for: and Engineering: courses. t ak'
The sad news reached ttte--city yes tton.The years darted "f chapped' hands and diseases of tho f' I
out In pursuit, and w olloved 1 _
of Ute death in LogaasporV parishioner that he was seven skin. Price 25 cents. For sale by all STRICT MILITARY DISCIPLINE :
t-eday I I kind you wan -Bhie Ribbon ty-five and added "I shall be seventy- at a more dignified pace. The entranceto ;; j; ,
lad, on Sunday of Miss Eleanor! Stiv' Vanilla Extract Absolutely pure seven next birthday. the village was barred by a body of druggists. Fall term opens in Gainesvive! September 26th. For catalogue ,; f\.t.
err after an IKness' of three weeksof goes twice: as far and the flavor is my I information .
The lady I 'The other evening," he explained, armed men crouching still as death, and 'T'
Q,>hold fevew. young ; perfection.. SOME FIRST OCCASIONS. address.ANDREW '
Fpend last winter in Pcnsacola, andMERCK1 I "my wife and I computed that our on one knee each holding a gun button '- SLEDD, President, I < tI i ;
I i combined foot to a hundredyearn. the ground,-barrel sloping towardus. t"
Cate."ui- Ter. I The first canal was made in England I' ,
I Now of course, no lady is ever We advanced until we were within ,
The symptoms of the ailment knownto when Henry I. joined the Trentto MTMffririintwngTinBniBTiBrrrBBirfinTiTnin'iYTT-i- TVH t'T-T-ir"! .
over twenty-five years old sa to keep twenty paces of the warriors. Then ;
doctors "caterpillar rash" are intense the Witham. in 1134Quill
peace In the family I suppose 1 must all at once at a wild cry from a chiefon : ------- J I ,, ;i iTo '.
trrlta.tiOn'on the palms, and sometimes I pens came into use in 533:) ; the
Fm eennty-1ive." the right, they jumped to their feet, I
on the' face aceozaoanled by a say first steel ones in 1S20. when the first Iavr Privacy of 9111.AH GULF CITY COFFEE CO. L.H. L.
"But why will you be seventysevenyour leaped high in the-air,with their feet I
number of bttsterlflre swellings which of them sold for $36. and confidential ,
is the man who makes the next birthday 7* doubled under them like deer and with gross private corre- i .
'wtten they occur round the eyes; some- The first handkerchiefs utilized to postoffice in- P. CH1PMAN Manager.
pocket spondence, according a Pr'
voice barked ;
wife's thun-
his "Because my birthday and one literally out a
purest drugs-; goods are ttmea have the effect o'f obstructing in the either be sealed with Roasters Blenders and of
mine happen to fall on the same date, dering chorus. This way and that our manner they" are today, spector, should Shippers |lt-t'1
known the world over. vision. The preventive- is to leave and"-with a sigh of resignation"ofcourse martial hosts bounded, brandishing were manufactured at Paisley In 1743. wax or else addressed and stamped on i

hairy caterpillars alone. As the I Shall have to shoulder both of their loaded rifles in time to the chant. From the press of the celebrated I the back Instead of the front "Sealing Fine Coffees i(

HQOTONthe "palmer wocmr; the hairy caterpillar them." Halting abruptly with an earth shakIng Wynken de Worde the first book containing with wax is an excellent Insurance of OUR COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALV tr '
j- the gold taB mo*,.one of the com- 'is difficult and awk- .
but it
thud, they fired a volley. of ball musical characters was issued privacy a GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL, ..1' :
meoest add most beautiful objects of Presidential and and match,
Coincidence cartridge over our beads. in 1403. ward operation wax a ;. 6
ia man who uses them in : the cww Jrat midsummer, passes John Adams was eight years older "Another volley reverberated from The first coins were struck in brass candle and seal are not always at ---- f' -

house- from band to hand it leaves 09 everypalm than his successor, Thomas Jefferson; about 1184 B. C. and In gold and silver I hand. The other method Is much the '
prescr.iption.and to hill and the bullets whistled over ;
every }
: a few of its''loose1r attached be eight years older than James'Madlsoo us. Then the brown warriors fell back by Pheldon, tyrant of Argos, about I better. After fastening down the flap OPERA HOUSE ;:

hold receipt. bain* snd'hboeehairs are--pouessed.the ;; he'eight years older,than- James and a gayly: dressed band of women,I 862 B.,a : of the envelope firmly affix the stamp
for projection: ef the caterpillar Monroe,and be eight years older than across the flap's junction and write the l.j
with green leaves wreathed about their I About 70 A. D. the first glass bottle ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Your Doctor igstesju .btai and browsing animals, John 'Q. Adams. George Washington brows and waving shawls and leafy was made by the Romans although. address across it as welL Then it is 1tI

of wbtfr..Lets_call "orticatiBg'ppoprtta& : ended his term as president in his sixty- boughs advanced with a gliding serai- the manufacture was not .taken up in absolutely Impossible to steam open Friday, Sept. 7th t'i.J:4:

will tell you the value of4erck's Dfca" Is the Latin for "net- f.ttl1yeaf'! and so. too did John Adams, dance and chanted their ancient welcome England until 1558. the letter and dose it again in such a I NEIL BURGESS '
tie." Wfjo erbatrrtAtor: 1an are Thomas Jefferson, James Madison and I way as to escape detection. !i. fI .
goods and must ad- worm.n I long. When the women's song Movable scenery was first used in I and his big production of Chas. Barnard :' ',:
almost M bad M tb* James Monroe. Thomas Jefferson and -
"palmer lA ceded out to the front danced six girlsa theaters in 150S. It was Invented by Billiard at lea."Can PaatorUl Play : ,
mit tha important aa4 M fOBertiTuto tile yo baa- John Adams died the tr
they are as on same group of vWdly( barbaric, not Baldaasare Perusal and displayed in
yet imagine playing billiards
Ale .AMry caterpillar the better 4 1826: exactly after tile I you "The Fair"Two .
theirs1al1.Hooton's'Pharmacy MOF i fifty :years County ::
as LoodQ Ka eTbe signing of the Declaration of I&fopendence. !Inharmonious color-appareled In loose I Borne before Leo X. In a heavy gale?" said the captain.

One other president, James crimson roundabouts and short gownsof I Pliny's "Natural History" may be re "Do you wonder that our great liners, carloads of scenery. Horses and '.
-.M .e1' Z vd.e. gorgeoBSly flowed print their: garded as the first encyclopedia sinceit with their elevators and telephonesand mechanical effects. Presenting the '
Monroe died 4. Hla death
Exercise.dpes'. the body wat4be in, 1621.on July occurred brows bound about with red han ker.: contained 30,000 facts compiled from gymnasium, don't have billiard greatest horse race seen ever witnessed j 'i..r4THOROUGHBREtis4 '
n omtaln ode'does fqr the,stream of chiefs, which held in place the black 2,000 book by 100 authors. tables as well One ship once bad a ,4.,* / *t

PHONE 1100. .... o Pfc a tea' water nm. '.down the ?.meet.Jrtwre. 'and white plumes of the rare hula bird billiard table the Great Eastern. The of running the audience.a full mile This in continuous great effect view!- ; "J

The Birthplace o! Prompt Delivery., moobtftta Ikea It'''>to a.bW ita g brook In a perfect face every feature should and the iridescent feathers of the long wonderful Great Eastern had a billiard accomplished under patents owned and ; ; ,
U Mr,
leaping-out mto'the'and then, bear a certain. proportion to every tailed cuckoo their cheeks dabbed with table on a swinging deck. This deck controlled Burge first by Mr.appearance Burgavs. In This our city ; -r'.i

::: throwing Itself Into.'spray, exposing it- other feature. The-width of the face red ocher paint, greenstone pendantsand was supposed to counteract the ship's with "THE COUNTY FA.IRTile pla 1
.the.air-sad-a abine and the shark's teeth banging from their motion and to keep the table steady which he has made famous the world< I'
aMf to ,
should be equal to five1! eyes. The Ob> Spend a over, having presented It In New Torpfor : :
water ae metal pea 111 the valley: tance between the eyes should be exactly ears. but it failed to do so, and very remarkable three years, one year in Boston an4 :

or en A )*..pain the waters may form equal to one ere. Another Important : "These barefooted nymphs hands on PleasantHalf I were some of the shots madeon one year in London._ f'-I"

stagnant pools I and get covered over relation is that between the hips and heads thrown back glided ; the Great Eaatern's table in rough

Nimnally'sCandies I with slime of_all_sorts.and_inhabited eyes and the nwith Vise width of the into the measure of a dance to the Hour weather. Nevertheless the table was i I* PRICES-25c, Me, 75c, $1.00. ; 'f :

by all kinds of filthy creegjpg tbiaos. eyes should be equal to two-thtrds that music of a shrill monody chanted by kept for years and was a popular institution n t;

Some people let themselves get Into the of the mouth. The nose should be a white haired, tattooed old lady. Then aboard the big boat, but no other I i .
ail at once the chant ended on an unexpected boat before both- Saturday Sept. 8th t!
condlOoQ of that stagnant pool apd; equal In length to the height of the under the big electric or since has ever ,
then wonder why the 'frogs croak in high note and the performers ered to introduce bilIlards.Sl..t ." ONE NIGHT CNLY. ',.,: 1ft!
their brtina and why the birds do not forehead, of a regular shape..* and precisely stopped, breathless and glowing all fans over a plate of :

sing inet a4. When a person gets into defined toOlne. over with their self evolved emotions. our matchless ICE r and Plvral. WEBSTER CULUSON i Q.iii' ,

the condition where the body is ae a Broad flax mats were spread out for CREAM-- flavor.It It is a question of taste and''fancy PRESENTS '

Received twice a week stagnant pool a radical change must be us on the green and after speeches of any whether one should make two bites of The CompUcated Farce ,Comedy t,

and always fresh. Put made fax hi* life. He must begin by greeting we were regaled with$ pork, touches the hot a cherry, but we all resJJy; make two

in from 10 getting vitalized,.new'blood into an bit preserved birds, wild honey and potatoes spot and is"'cooling, bites of the word "cherry" when we A

up packages cedaand t1 sues -.Good Bea1th. in quantity sufficient to have, satisfied and healthful use it in the singular. The original ,;
cents to $1.20. Why Real Strengthcomes a starving garrison."Chicago refreshing English version! of "cerise" was "cher- ,).,

tlot.get the best i.Blv. r.of Death News. Is" or "ehirls." which was mistaken

Before the' English occupation of India I for a plural so that "chert" or "chlrl" {[ .

it was estimated that the Ganges I :from well aj vyseatiI Wai soon manufactured as a singular. RUNAWAYt.

carried to the sea'every year 1,000,000 have told you of the Spaniard who COFFEE, Exactly so has "pea.: com into beingas ,'
dead bodies.' It was,then considered madePOSTUM always put on his spectacles when
I Hot, Biscuits and Rolls every a false singular obtained from .
by the Hindoos that the happiest death about to eat cherries that they might supposed plural and Jrne singular MATCHALL
6 o'clock.
1was found In its:: and ,all I bigger and more tempting.. In morning, :
Sol >one waves look : "pease." "Sherry" for sherris" is an-
Calm & Co '
'pious Hindoo who could: do so were :like. manner I make I the most of my other case, and,."shay" from_ "chaise,"
carried to Its=banks and placed In its I enjoyments and, though I do not cast "Chinee" from "Chinese" and "corp" FOR FUN. FUN FOR ALL ;: 'J :

Th. Pure Food Store; waters to die. The decaying-carcasses my cares away. lit KANDY KITCHEN from "corpse" are others In vulgar! Latest Songs. Dances Specialties. n -
$*".tbwUl Corner PsUUx and InUndencU as I can and themas A Competent Company of Mirth :.1 qt
along its banks were probably responsible tie compass' speech. Similarly 'richesis really a Producers
!in,no small'degree-for.the pestilences "There's Reason" conveniently. as I can for,myself Phone 999 104 Palafox singular,of which "ricbne ses" was the 'it r t
1118 \,1"1
.... Phones I. peninsula., which. .formerly 'desolated the I .and never. Jet'them-annoy, othersBouEbey. I old plural-London Graphic. PRICES-25c, 35c, SOc, 75e.ff' :. f : ,, ':


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"'" H'I ..H.'I 'I..J.H It Is certain tharV iii? long devotion n nn Bnnn nnnn a Bn "i

r and arduous apprenticeship'are essential

e um1aJouftU1l THE RULE SHOULD to any expression through the medium

WORK BOTH WAYS. .* of dancing. The "rate," the beginners -I THE JOURNAL'S CIRCULATION
w ..
tr at the Paris Opera, are articled -

DAILY Memphis Oommercial-AppeaL for five years, and then, unless
SAn w they .have danced from their cradle

PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY ..HHS H-H-HJ."JH.. they cannot hope to "attain the first


...BY... Interesting decision. comes from Another quality essential to the great
} THE MontgomeryAla.. dancer Is Infinite patience. Tie only
JOURNAL COMPANY. According to the Montgomery Advertiser English dancer who ever gave promise

Nashville Frank railroad Young declined of. the Louisville to give employment and of attaining the front' rank failed In The actual number of complete and perfect copies of The Pensacola

ar- FRANK L MAYES, President and General 'Manager to E. A. JTesmlth, unless the this respect. Lola Montes was the Journal printed each issue for the .first six months of the year 1906 was as
latter would sign an agreement not to somewhat foreign name she bad taken.

V MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. become a member of the Order of Railway She lost her temper one day with the .tated'below: :
Telegrapher Mr. Young was arrested manager at rehearsal and expressedher
by United States authorities.
feelings dramatically; as to
SUBUCRIPTION RATES charged with violating: that section of
One Year the Interstate commerce act which seeks break an umbrella over his head. Managers Day............ ..................J&1I.. Feb. !Mch Apr. Mar June
.. ...
S 00
$ One Month .. .. ._ ... .. 45 to forbid the making of any conditions will endure much for art's sake, 6700 5100 600 5800 5700
-. Six Months .. .. ... .. .. 2 50 One .. .. .. 1.
Week.. .. 10
1 Three Months.. ... .. .. 125 Weekly Edition: year..n as necessary to the employment of anyone but this was too much: 2................. .................5700 6700 5800 .... 5800 5700
,5 per CO by common carriers. Carlotta Otis is another famous 1._..... ............... .........5'100 5750 li900 6850 6900 5960
'-'-"-'- --- i ......... .I.I..1.,. ....,-, .? M.i.i. ....i.... i M ....<.<>.w..a, Commissioner released Jno. A. Elmore promptly name of the old opera. It was she 4.... ...........................5700 6000' 6100 5900 5700 ....

The Oufy Pensacofa Newspaper From' Which a Beta i4ed able and exhaustive the defendant opinion holding that the in law an who first Introduced the polka Into i._.._.......... ,.............;.570D .... .... 9W 5900 673
"': Bohemian dance that came 6..5S00 6750 6700 5960 6250 5750
under which the England-a .
Circulation Statement Can Be Secured.. was made is in
violation of the constitutional prerogative to stay. It was for her too that 1.__ ._...__............ .......6000 5100 5700 6000 ... 5700

providing that "No person shall be deprived Heine Gautier and Adolphe Adam 8..........._. ..................... 5.00 5700 6600 5800 6700
of life liberty or property without collaborated In writing "Giselle." 9......._...."......... ..........6700 6700 5700 .... 5600 5700
... I$E'ftorCall".1 38 I Papers on Sale on Trains due process of law. Mr. Commissioner There :were a score more famous 10...... .._................. ..5100 5900 57005900 6600 6000
I BesieeuOfnce16o0 and at all News Stands. Elmore held the contract rights of a names that were familiar words In 11........ .__............._....5700 6100 6100 5500 5600

'- railroad to be "property" within the those days. Of the twelve leading 12.....__.. ......... ..._.........6760 .... .... 6900 5700 i8I
meaning of this constitutional provision theaterIn !...... ........!... ............6750 6'100 5100 6850 6300 5800
;-- Offices-Journal Building-Corner lntend-nola and D.Luna Sts. and therefore Mr. Young was well with dancers engaged at the King's five 14......_n.............. n......--.nO(}. 6700 6'150 5900 . 6800

in hla rights when he fixed a condition 1824 for a two months' season 15.. ......!.. ...... ................... 6700 5750 650 5800 5900
I to the employment of Nesmith. were a sufficient attraction to receive 16............ ......... ... ........5700 5700 5800 .... 5800 5900
i; PENSAOOU'nJmIDA. I Present day law is often too refined more than 1,000 each.-London MalL 17...... ...........................57 0 5900 600 5900 6800 6000
# : THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 6, 1906. to meet with the popular .Idea, of justIce I 18................ .. ..... ........6700 615 6200 5900 5700 ,

l ,T but we are Inclined to think that PICTURESQUE ALGIERS.All 19..... ,.....................-......5700 .... .... 5900 5800 i7S
the to the sample given by Commissioner El- ; 20.......... ..............;......5700 5700 5900 5900 6200 5800
Government Ownership the drainage .or the Everglades is more Is not of this order. We have no : It. Streets Are Silrea>e., and 21.................. .............6000 5700 6000 5900 .... 5800

Bugaboo.We watched tor with more than ordinary I desire to take any part In any fight that I I'I All 'Are safe. 12.......... .................. ..... 5100 5900 6250 5700 5850
E'' interest throughout the state is attested may be in progress between any order I! Here Is a pretty plctue of Algiers by 23.-.............5700 5700 6000 .... 6850 5850

/ note.the following from our es by the following, from The Live 'I whatever and the railroads and we certainly Frances E. Nesbitt: "Now it Is pos %4:........................ .......5700 6700 5900 5800 6750 6000
r teemed Oak.Democrat do not intend to injure any cause ..........5700 600 6200 5900
contemporary the Mobile : sible to go safely Into even the darkest 95.- 5750 ....
Broward the telegraph operators have on hand ............. .. .5700 ... ...
Register Governor will answer at and remotest corners and they are 26......... .. .. 5900 5800 6100
do of the
our approval
length !in The Pensacola Journal next 'I nor commissioner's we decision can be twisted. dark Indeed. A first visit leaves one c 21....... .....':................... ..5700 5900 5&50 5900 6100 66'50
How about separate cars for the Sunday the leading question recently: On breathless but 28............ ....................6000 5900 5900 5500 .... 5700
into any effort. the contrary 1lelighte1l-breathlns, .
any races when the government owns the propounded by that paper why the I the of all unions Is advanced 29....... .........:........,.......... .... 59iiO 8200 6150 5650
cause because
all the staircases
J' railroads! This question is respectfully people of, Florida should go to the through a Just interpretation of the law streets are on .30...... ...........................5600 ....... 5960 ._. 5800 5600
a' referred-to The Pensacola Journal heavy expense of draining the Ever and frank moments in approval of the a more or less Imposing scale-the i, 3!....... ................._.....,.6100 .... 5900 .... 5800 ....
the sale paper in the South that glades when the property Is In litigation !- I longest Is said to have at least 500 \

kccepta Bryan's government owner and the railroads may win the Bam The peonage act prevents an employer steps; delightful, because at every Total..... .............:......151000 13935 158760 14500 m3S 150625Average. j
hip policy with loyal enthusiasm. title to those lands. The Governor's from holding In service any man who turn there Is sure to be something unusual ....,.......? ........... 5801 5805 5819 5980 588 5789
of reply :will be read with keen Interestall I to The
Without going into the question would leave that service. Certainly the i a stranger's eye newer '

.lthe. "sole paper" phase of the matter, over the State. : sauce for the goose ought to be sauce i stairs are wide and straight and very i

: which( Is not entirely correct, but for the gander. The rule should work I uninteresting, but only turn Into any The grand total, of copies printed during the first six months of
There la evidently a big Demo- both ways. If an employe need not work old street and follgw ,its windings in
J but whIoh Is really Immaterial The
Journal like cystic stick in pickle for the trusts. for a railroad unless he wishes to the and out between, white walls under <: the year 1906.:as per above statement, was..-.._______-_____ 906,450
> would also to propose a railroad ought.not to be forced to employ arches through gloomy here I
ttuestlon, viz: If the separate carT ttaw+ltratit-tr...111............ him unless it sees fit a few,stairs, there, a gentle passages Incline, always -J The grand total,-906,450, divided by 155 (the actual number of

: ( TROUBLE. *
to the Register would the latter :
I terms of an actual contract but applies shade leadingto the bright blue of the '

t._ ,be willing to.accept the rest of the ** & Birmingham-Age-Hera1d..c..i*< to the right and justice of jailing a etjr above. II to have been_____________________________---------------- If!,848 -.(

,government ownership policy? man merely because he leaves a serviceor 'Being so narrow,and so steep, thereare .

t -So far aa The Journal Is concerned .......11................. on the other hand, because he declines of course, no camels and no carts. 1
have ... to employ an individuaL We can I Donkeys do all the work and trot up 'I that the :
I 'k are never expressed the opinion see no justice in either case as no crime I hereby certify GROWTH BY YEARS
and down with the loads
strangest ,
is committed, and aa arrest the
that government fit this presumes
ownership The liberate cannot whip the moderates I '
commission of crime before it can justify though porters carry furniture and above statements are correct
(time would be a good thing or that It and the moderates led by President itself. i most of the biggest things. Up and i f 1901 .......-.--....__...1,887 Sworn to and subscribed -

)Would be desirable. We have, _how Palma cannot whip the liberals The opposite of this case was attempted I down these streets comes an endless j according to the records 1902..-..-"......"-......2,441 before me this
;? sever, more than once expressed the led by Jose Miguel( Gomez. The situation : during the Chicago strike by federal variety, of figures-:town and country | on file in this office. i
court machinery in Arkansas. Several 1903................................. ,
conviction that the growing arroganoe. calls for'one of two things: a poItlcal union men Quit work rather than handle Arabs spahls In their gay uniforms, 25th day ofJuly,1906. i

for French soldiers, Italian workmen children 1904, .........3,540
.'1- > Insolence and contempt campromise at home, or intervention certain cars loaded with.unIon proscribed ---

_. public) rights which the great railway by the United States. And freights. They were arrested,, charged In vivid colors Jewesses with 1905.. --.,.-.--4,850 PERRY DICKEN,
; baTt with impeding interstate; commerce. They heads and chins swathed: In dark wrap .
: corporations of the country frequently the negroes who are liberals been -Sat votary pubn .
were released under the peonage statue. plugs --a 1906 i i
,..,... twill: ultimately result' In government told hat "Intervention means annexation They had a right to quit work. "Interesting beyond all tl e'are the ( ) 5,848

I ownership though that time and that they would then be disfranchised We took occasion to condemn the arrest Arab women flitting like ghosts. from '

; probably. very remote. That we and otherwse and other. employer and applaud is arrested the acquittal.because he Now doesn'twish the one shadowy corner to another, the I .

i take It, is also Mr. Bryan's position on wise badly treated. to hire a particular individual. The folds of their halcks'coDceallna- the f

{ S the matter, but it is a position which The source of all the trouble is same rule should hold. The arrest is to glories of their indoor dress, so that in t
-\k can have no relation whatever'to present President Palma's' American leanings be condemned, the acquittal approved. the street the only'sign of riches lies In DIZZINESS. HIRAM, KING OF TYRE. art thou 1" thundered the Indignant bar- x

policies or to present polical -align- and general unpopularity, and the unfair The fact is, this resort to criminal the daintiness of the. French shoes and binger of future events. "Why dost

knents. way in which elections are con.ducted proceedings in the disputes between capital i the fact tl1lt'tbe haick: is pure silk and TUI.*. Causes That Brts. About aa Te PL Bletan'Monarch and His .Effort thou boast? Art thou not born of wo
in Spanish .America They are and labor unions is not catenated man's 1
Attack er Vertigo .ii Imitate the Deity. woxpbr
the little veil over'the face of finer
We regret that the Register hast the merest farces, and Gomez, the libEral to benefit either. Capital has made itself "I r
Dizziness am Hiram
I materiaL"Chicago Sews or vertigo: scientific writ. Hiram the Phoenician monarch replied "but I live
: joined the rest of those papers which! candidate, for president, with i odious because of the' arrests of union
ers sometimes try to distinguish In strove to imitate God by erecting four forever. Like God dwelling over wa :
; Lave never been friendly to Mr. i drew last December, knowing that the men under the iniquitous injunction pro-
; Bry
tern, dwell L Like him
c I between' these two words but mighty pillars upon which be caused reigning ovet
vote would not be counted as cast. ceedings. Uunlonism ought to avoid this After Long Y.... sense 1
en. in magnifying the importance of! Since the election President Pahna error for In the end this great battle is! After long years'work Is visible. In practically, in" popular usage they seven heavens- apartments be built seven heavens, I rule In seven apart .-
& fcls expression of personal opinion on' has been engaged in building up a I going to be won not by twiting pres- agriculture you cannot see the growth. mean the same.thing-is a disturbance The first was constructed of glass, 600 ments. As God Is surrounded by lightning .

this question. True it affords an' machine in true South American fashion. ent laws in law courts, but through the Pass that country two months after, t| of K-latioa to the ovieide world a loss by 500 yards storing therein mock Im- and thunder so am I. God has
it excuse for opposition to those who He' has persecuted or Imprisoned sympathy the people.' and there is a difference. We acquire '. ages of the sun moon an4 stars. The stars in heaven; so have L Many sovereigns

r (were looking for an excuse, but it Ie about four thousand mayors of cities I firmness and experience Incessantly. J cf tbe sense of equllibxram. The sensation second compartment of Iron, 1,000) ( by have succumbed to mortality,
and of provinces and I persists eva when the eyes are 1,000 the receptacle of and I still exist Twenty-one kings of :
governors yards, was -
t and one which Every action word meal precious
fe. mighty poor excuse i FAMOUS BALLET DANCERS.Stories every every closed. There Is
has today ma- more or less inability the house of Israel
other liberals and he a stones, causing a terrific! noise and David, twenty
l." the more thoughtful papers are IncliuTdto" : chine behind him as strong as Weyler. I : is part of our trial and our discipline. to walk straight cr even to stand still, resembling thunder when they crashed prophets and ten high priests have departed
of La TagUoaIFanny EUiler We are assuredly ripening or else
) >'Idlcule.The ever had. and Lola Monte We and often there la nausea, followed by against each other and the casement of this earth, bit I outlive them
blighting. not conscious of
f New Orleans Times-Democrat But there is nothing but a machine, are Vomiting. the Inclosure. The third chamber alt"
:s takes this view of It. So also does and If he cannot crush the revolution It has been asserted that the grand I those changes which go on quietly and > Vertigo Is due to a disturbance of lead, 1, '500 by 1,500.1ards.. was The "Why dost thou boast again de- :
: with the liberals and patch up a truce: ballet died when the famous Tagiioni gradually In the souL We only count either actual or reflex, of the nervous manded EzekieL
the Birmingham Age-Herald. Speak I was of tin, 2,000 by ZOOO yards.
his polltcal career is nearly! ended, for retired In 1S45. At rate, the ballet the shocks In our journey. Ambitions "center of In the
f} Of the "Jim Crow"* car feature, the delayed beyond any die life equilibrium" back The fifth was of copper, 2.:)00 by 2,500 "Because thou didst supply the
cannot be Fred
intervention ; grace grows goes
I I today Is chiefly a spectacle of dress part of the brain or In the semicircular yards., The sixth of silver cedars for Solomon's temple! ? This
Ji .ge.Hertid admits that that Is a question !Christmas, and when It comes Palma erick W. Robertson. was 3,000
a'' which: would have to be settled,:land I his crowd will be summarily disfmisaed. -. and colored limelight Except for avery I canals in the ear,'it; which, the terminations by 3,000 yards. The seventh was of puts me In mind of a subject who prepared .

Possibly Palma knows this few performers, dancing as a Good Latle of the nerves coming from gold 8,500: by 8,500 yards, containing a splendid garment for his soy
t t>ut it concludes that "the mere own 1 1t Hone.
the center of
i and he may therefore be willing to ac- high art has vanished. "You told me he ladies' equilibrium are distrib precious stones, pearls and a magnificent ereign, and as often as the servant
scarcely was a good
rship of a railroad would !i Icept the terms extended in secret negotiations There Is no one now to set beside. horse," angrily said the who had uted. For the most part, vertigo is a throne. A channel of water separated gazed at the glorious piece of work be
change at one fell blow a social con reflex trouble due to
( liberals drastic as some Impression
the the
r .- ; by La Tagiioni, who was the queen of the made the purchase. I apartments. boastingly remarked This is my
Ultlon. Discussing further Mr. Bry- undoubtedly are or will be.HtHfIHH"HH which gets shunted off its own route, Hiram the manufacture' until the
r they stage. Balzac introduced her Into his "He was," replied the deacon. "My" imitating royal splendor king,
.,n's government ownership idea, the I' H """ novels. Even Thackeray condescended wife owned him, and she's one.of the as It were through nerve fibers con of the court of King Sototnon, surrounded his vanity, tore It off In disgust

s 4&geHerald( says: to notice her and declared enthusiastically best women I ever knew."-Chicago necting with the equlibrium center himself by the grandest conceivable Such will be thy lot The temple

{ These facts go to show that regu I i VOX POPULI I In "The Newcomea7 that the Record-Herald.S I and acts upon the semicircular canals display of magnificence. In which thou helpest to build will be
l&Uon of railroads will be exhausted, "young men of the day will never see of the ear. Thus it is that dizziness the seventh apartment was stationed a destroyed. What will then become of

before government ownership is resorted I ......" ....,...., >>..IIII.i anything so graceful as' Tagiioni In :DEMOCRATIC i Is a comparatively trivial affection asa golden bed. the corners of which were thy pride?'

to, and that may may not.occur;;i 'La Sylphide.'" At that time she was NOMINEESFor -disagreeable enough but brief set In pearls/without! value In all the I
generation. :!, and of no great significance except as
iwlthln a and world sparkling forth beautiful flashes Lip Ointment.
The truth Is Mr. Bryan does not propose -!j I Testing Meters.Editor the rage.were named Stagecoaches after her. greatcoats Member\ of Congress 3rd Congres. a symptom of trouble- elsewhere la the resembling, lightning, which spread A homemade lip ointment Is this:
the subject as one of 1906 or<, Pensacola Journal: sional District: body wonder and '
terror his One and one-fourth of
among subjects. ounces
La Tagiioni owed her charm to a spermaceti
will WM. B. of Jefferson.
hall soon LAMAR.
!1908., He speaks of It as an "ultimate; ''Now as our new city Persistently recurring, transient die- The prophet Eaeklel
1 was ordered to one ounce of white wax, four
be set aside a wonderful lightness and Her
c, 'solution"! -something far in the futj i:"be started there should grace. Lines ii often due to eye strain-that appear before Hiram, who at loss of oil of sweet three
Justices a almonds
i where of ounces
position has been dis i i email place for a testing room style was rather 'Ideal than realistic For the Supreme Court:
torted. The Republican: papers see I!jceters I of all kinds could be tested by and voluptuous, as was then the vogue. OHAS. B. PARKHILL, of Bscambia Is to-say, errors'la'the formation of as to how' to reach the seven heavens drams of alkanet root. Melt all in a

Soothing 'else In Mr. Bryan's forceful'I the a'ty (If not allready provided for) The hideous ballet skirt of today she JAMES B. WHJTFIDUD. of Leon. the eye not corrected by proper glasses. whereto the monarch presided, was water bath, let nearly cool and add

Wdress! the ablest that has been laid 1 1 i It would be welcomed by all citizens never wore, but a skirt that reached Wearers of spectacles can frequently transported Into his castle by the locksof I four drams of balsam of Peru, twenty 1

l \Before the country in many a day I i and no doubt by the different companies nearly to her ankles. It was one of For Railroad Commissioner: tell when A change la tat eyes has oc' his hair.-: _Upon perceiving; the di- drops of oil of cloves, and two drop t
they prate about government also. Compialnte are often heard NEWTON A. BLITCH. of Levy.R. stirred: necessitating a corresponding TiDe messenger Hiram.trem ed. "Who. of essence of ambergris.
r Mind _
of her father who
t' Ownership and socialism but they will some due and some undue and manya the principles taught HUDSON _BURR, of Dade. change-in the glasses, by the coming I ,
receive no one for the people In this mind would be at rest when they her all she learned of the art that the back at these attacks of giddiness especiair..wbea -

are doing their own. reading and knows that for a small fee theirmeters dancer should be modest In' dress in For State Senator, 2nd District: ( the gaze is suddenlymoved I
ge could be tested at the city movement and In expression. JOHN S. 'BEARD. How Lift vk& the children these
(heir own construing. rem a near object to a remote
commend this last paragraph tthe testing 'station and the company likewise Another' famous master, who called one or tbe reverse. :? Thin: ? days? Kara tkey parity'of grit,
? could assure the consumers "If himself "Le Dieu de la Dense" always For :Member House of Representative Vertigo'is a common courage, s strength? Or are they
symptom of
of our Mo41ile disorders
prayerful consideration think meter is CHAS. M. coaTON.f : thin
you don't your correct told his pupils to use.all the coquetry ,paIode1ica'TbJi reminds
contemporary and we trust th take it to the station and test !if they could. M. o. BAGG&T1" digestion seated cither In tbe you of AVer's.Sarsaparilla. It4oes great things forcblUren. It gives them !

: tt may soon get over its really harmless tl tlt. I Let us suppose A has a meter and Yestris. who founded the famous stomach' or the Intestine. The treatment a good appetite, i improves theindigevtioa,builds op 100ft genarahbetlth. Ask
for this form la
Take it down have of to I
For Tax course ..
claims-It Assessor .
i wrong. : your doctor K be tndorsts this.vve ** Pr '?* ,O.JVOTCOPofe
1 4 nightmare. It tested by' the city and if found cor Vestris family, was an eighteenth! cen- : ,W. W. RICHARDS.For treat.the Indigestion or constipation. eh.Jo ;..0 all g..,. f

'5, Oklahoma boasts a' beet that 1![rest let Arjfcy for testing. If wrong tury celebrity and quite remarkably I Another more serious variety of dirtiness

I Met the .rompan.y be the loser and put conceited even- for a dancer. "Thereare Tax Collector: depends disease of the .:. i
., weighs 5 1-% pounds. That's nothing; ) upon ...................+...... ....
i up'a new meter.I but three great men alive," he used J. S. ROBERTS. heart or of the blood vessels, especially .. ..........* ......"*
can boast of '
? state in the Union i
i *very I I i Hoping: to hear from someone else to say, "myself, the Prussian Fred- those of the brain.
beats weighing all the way from ,,90 on this subject: ram yours. erick and Voltaire." ItIs For County Treasurer: Southern Grown
; THTESEN.MMMMMMM ( interestingto Any disease of the ear Is apt to be Nursery Stock
Tiey.1re dead J. ED. WILLIAMS.
to 200 pounds. I
00.1 compare Southey's remark that a associated with more or less vertigo
male dancer deserves to be ham- The same la true of tumor True to Name.
i. or other I
... ......M For Members of School Board:
Maybe Oyster Bay was chosen for strung.) That'profession of which be W. E. AND RSON. disease of the brain, especially of the

the naval review as a compliment to I The Republican now admit that was so proud Is indeed an arduous one. H. G. DeSILVA. cerebellum that part of the brain In Budded- and Grafted Pecans, June Bud and one I

King Oyster, who made Ms debut If a presidential election were to Yestris used to practice tor about six W. M., AGERTON.For which the center. of equilibrium 1s'situ- year Peach, 'Strawberry, Roses Shade and Ornamental
for the season recently. be held 'at this. time they have hours a day. A dancer'must be extremely ated. -
+ only one man who could have any strong and supple.A Member Board County Commissioners : The dizziness of seasickness well Trees of all kinds. Everything true to a
I chance of success. And he It :
4- If the Cuban rebellion keeps up a man with all the great prestige '. curious story is told about Fanny : as that- of swinging or of rapidly turn name, or money cheerfully refunded. Write for !

'-, 'nlCh longer it :will be necessary to '. of the presidential office. Elssler, a German dancer 'with coal J. B. ROBERTS.JNO. ing, about..Is thought to be caused by price list at once. .
.. ; black hair which Illustrates the A. MERRITT. an irritation of the la
Davis to the + He would have that chance only extreme nerves the semi
dispatch ''Biciard Harding
'4.. because he has fOIl wed the Democrattc muscular strength a dancer re JAS. M. ANDREWS. circular canals by the striking against C.- R. LONG
H. C. OLOPTON Nurseryman Andalusia Ala.
; acene. pUtfwm. quires. She was crossing to America them of the fluid In these canals.Tooth's .- STo

?,4: today President McKlnley Roosevelt has' not an atom of when she entered her cabin one"day JAS. R.' STEWARD. Companion.! .... ........ ....... ... ..........................
: five years ago popularity that he does not owe, .
and discovered thief
'-.. was shot"in Music Hall at the to the fact that he differs from a abstracting the
A '.% Exposition. the party which he leads and If jewel case which she kept hidden under
'Buffalo f Roosevelt can become as popular her pillow.. Before he could attack

.The: longed football enthusiasts as' he Is .by. occasionally doing her she planted her foot full in his
something Democratic what chest and killed him on the spot.
tare already beginning to blossom would be the popularity of a press It is curious that no Englishwomanhas Plantation Chill Cure isGuaranteino7

torthT dent who. always I* a Democrat? ever achieved supreme success as
WM. J. BRYAN.. .
dancer. It is possible
a as foreigners
Tiit the reply of Governor Brow. .: .

za'')' Bid to. ; Jc lrnaVs question, relative .......................... assert_ ,,that they lack the Cure,Or Refunded oy your mercnant. So;Why Hot Try ITT oncea 50c. Retail.




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-I-a.SIX' jouRNAL 5EPTE.'M'8ER. Go ,;,os.

I. Every; Advertisement- in THese Columns Read_ ll\

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IN Real Estate.

: WITH SOME MONEY I represent good. com, .. . .

panies. RealEstate. Six new dwelling*.on.the street car line, centrally ocated, renting at
: That la Real Estate bought and $460: per 'ear.&nd houses that rent, if sold at once .. . .$3350
not paying them at least ten per cent. Pen- CITY.
7 LOTS IN BLOCK 158. NEW East Intendencia street, centrally located. 800
Four-room dwelling on
sacola real estate is gilt ,edged and growing better sold commission.
Nine lots on the northwest corner 0( block 163, City,
t.-, every day., Are you an owner of some of It! If you IMMEDIATELY SOUTH\ OF BLOCKIN line .. ,
Rents collected and situated, overlooking Bayou one block from car .1500
permit us to suggest It, would that prompt PUBLIC
say you WHICH NEW
THE doing It every
\ Others are Two large dwellings and one small one on large corner Iota centrally

:, cannot cant afford to 'wa or improved property if you would, take ad- on Real Es- SEVERAL LOTS SOUTH FRONT looking: ? the THESE
vantage of
present rise. The increase in value BLOCK 113 NEW CITY. enoW
Let us
of our properties. with lot, splendid
Six-room East Zarragossa street large
dwelling on ,
: .
will be "easy'money" and no small amount Let us tate at market rates., .' ARE VERY DESIRABLE. CITY. you. neighborhood .. .. v. __ .. ._ .. .. .. .. _. ,_ .. -_ .. .. 2160
show ALL OF BLOCK 120, NEW
you some business property or residential
'I. Fire lots northeast corner block 65. New City one block from Electric -
', property on East and.North Hills. WE HAVE SEVERAL BLOCKS IN $150 car line. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... .. .. .. .. .. ?. _. .. 'o. 750

!i WEST KING TRACT. both lots 9 and 10, block Five Jots northeast corner of block 53, fronting public: square and overlooking -
LESLIE' FOR PARTICULARS AND PRICE ON i 118 East King tract. bayou two blocks from car line.. .. .. .. _. .. _. .. 1000
; BROOKS ANY, OF :THE ABOVE. APPLY TO I Six room dwelling with lot 80 by 125 feet, splendid neighborhood on

.. $735' North Hayne Street. .. .. ........ .._. .... .. ...... .... .2250
: Phone.462. f 1 Two one story dwellings and large one story dwelling with all the
Pensacola Investment Takes four lots southeast corner furniture including piano, lot 1220( feet front and about one mile
block 132. New City tract. deep running from Pensacola Bay to Santa Rosa Sound known as

; 112 SOUTH PALAFOX McDavid-Hyer Company the Clausen property. .. .. ...... .... .... .. .... .. 500C
lBERTE. City Manager.W. $1,350
large corner
A large two story dwelling in splendid nei iborhood on

i .. .. .. . .. ..
frerident *" tot fronting electric car line on North HIll. 6co
H.KKCWUS: L B.SIMPSOX, Ssrrj-*. gets three lots northwest cor ,
Agents New York Intendencla St. ,. .. 1200
J.E.STOIMAN YrnSoan! Gadsden Six room dwelling with large Jot on East o.
c1 fab Manifar. KNOWLE5 BT K. Treuursr.Kael block 94 New City, on

Life Insurance Company. street, near the bridge.
If state, leans. General Investments. REALESTATE .

100 E. Government Street. $2, 00
215 South Paiafox Street, Pensacola Florida. HOOTON & WATSON.

I .... Phone 700. Pensacola. Fla 5-room new cottage with bath on
East Hill on 80-foot lot, which
can be bought on easy terms. Leading Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency.


)uONg, M NO. ST b. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L.
..,. ... .....
--- -I FOR SALE -
.WANTED-Good cook at 18 East Garden ANTERoom and board for man, LS.Brown6Co. -- 1 4(: J._U'.OJun.H__ '."......._ < ....._:
street. Sseptlw* wife and two children. close in. A. L. ,
G.. Journal office. 2 Sept lw*
I J. W.. Bullock Jr. to A. A. Fisher. lots 1, 2 and'3 Block 64 New'City I "WE SELL LOTS." THE JOURNAL'S TELEPHONES
Lot 13 and 14. Block 110 New City ORDERS TAKEN for Ladles' and Chil which Is $4000; Professional Directory Editorial Rooms .. .. .. .. 9)
Tract. 100.00 and other valuable con f dren's specialties hosiery etc. Allwanting'ci111dren's on houses situated two i Phone 918. Thiesen Building. Business Office . .15O
siderations. hose before school be- renting $170.00 per
for lot 40 feet fronton East
.gins notify me at once by phone or letter year .. .. .. .. __ .. .. ..$1500 To communicate with' The Journal
WANTED-Three good reliable intelligent -! ting- Co.Dora Phone Nicholson 1353. agent Racine Knit-. All Block 303( New City .. .. 1200Lots Romana street by 170 feet T G. YATES M. D. during the day time use the business
boys for office work; salary J18 00 Sept.Iw. 1 and 2 in Block 147 New I office phone No. 1500. To communicate
: per month; must have wheels and know deep, next to Bass & Go'sstore. with The Journal at night us
Address W, JournaL POSITION WANTED-2By first class City _. ._ _. .. .. .. _. .. 600
tity.: care The
,IseptZt. bookaeper and general officer man. Address All Blcks 358 and 360 each .. 700' OPTICIAN the editorial phone: No. 38.DIRECTORY.

.WANTED-\\hite barber. Must be "A care JournaL Zseplw* All Blocks 374 and 376 each.. 650! $325 I-IForSale. 306 THIESEN BUILOIN
sober and steady; ten dollars week to We have some very desirable tots
WANTED TO BUY a cash register at .
.. tart on. McKisaacks Barber ShOp.
< North Hill at prices ranging from
once. .Apply to Clutter Music House. on
Carrabelle. Fla.
4sept ( 711 North F WM. a HOWE
or street large ,
z L 2 Sept. $600.00 to $75000 per lot. I _

WANTED-Firstclass white barber 5121-W ANTED.-A. R. BIngham want We will sell any cf the above for' lot rents for $5.00 a month. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Peauoola Loflg?. ro 3. K. of P.
,: guaranteed to start. Aoply 111 E. one-third cash and will loan you the $ 5250
,Wright St. Sept. 11 w. your,moving,and hauling. He goai balance of 14J6 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. meets every Monday evening at 8
aateei all breakage. Phone 630. purchase In the 800 block on N. Baylen St o'clock at their temporary Castle Hal:
WANTED who' do I Call and See Our List six room, hall, bath kitchen, attic::
-Stenographer-- can WANTED all Frederick Aitfeltf. F.M. Blunt over Pou stable. W. Intendencla St
-Second hand sacKs of
I. general office work and bookkeeping. I We have some very desirable business bath between the bed rooms. Has ,a ,
Leslie. KBrooks., 112 3. Palafox. 1 Sept. descriptions wanted. If out of township prperty that will pay you to ia large; back gallery altttced in and can AUSFELD & BLOUNT Visiting brethren cordially welcomed
of C. C
;_ them to us; if in town ring us vestigate. Property. ARCHITECTS
.WANTED 123 E. be used as a summer dining room. HORSLER K. of R. & S
-Good cook. Apply H.
No. 334 them to us
Government street. Sept 1. up at or bring Lot 60( ft front Excellent neighborhood (13 ntl.! *.. Bldj., 43 Mosu Bldj. .
: at corner of Chase' and Alcaniz Sts. Mortgages on Real Estatein and house in splendid condition Ptniicela. Fit. Kontjomery.Alt. iaeetlnia at: tfci
:WANTED: -First class cook. ApplyMrs. F. S. Mellen t Co. 28July Escambia Realty Co., Inc., Knights of ColumouJ

A. M. McClure Commercial this City bought and sold. $3250On WM. A. BORMANS : are held at their hall,
;t 107 REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE No. 8 West Intend
Hotel E. Intendencla. 14auglm
MiscellaneousMETHODIST AQENTS Money to Loan at Lowest East Jackson street seven room Architect Superintendent cia street, on every

t ACTIVE MAN WANTED to advertise -, and hall bath and sanitaryconnec- Offlct-301 Brent Building Monday en'ning at
...' exhibit goods and manage: PASTOR':-Those having 204% South Palafox Street. Market Rate of Interest. I tions Lot 80 ft. by 137% ft. over Pensacola. FIa.O I:30 o'clock. An Invitatlon .
business with Rev. W. Q. Vreelandcan
branch of large mall order communicate with him at 1375 East looks the bay. This place IB new and U extendedto
;y $18 per week, expenses paid.' Gadsden street or by Phone No. 4S3 All of the Maient Tract has been held for $3300( ,00; must be WDollers1 o toi'Nil visiting Knights

F Permanent position with advance Sept. 2-lm FOR RENT sold'quick at this price. ouD,1audanSB. JOHN B. JONES.
Street no\v
West of :C for PAINLESS
ment. Honesty more essential than: elixlfof i-i S. LEONARD. Grand Knight.

1r- experience. National Co.. 720( C est-i JERNIGAN LIVERY STABLES. Bag sale.1 ,1 $1400I !r: e or whiskey,ars Recorder. i
excellent location book ol
dad, Fla.. Carriages meet all trains FOR REAn for I : pu ,
nut streets Philadelphia. Pa 8aug.! first-class bar and restaurant one putrsoohomeor Daughters of Rebekah.
f, snge! or double teams night: or day block from Paiafox. Inquire The Fisher offer the northeast quarter of trcament. .> No. 10
-- to point Best service rates reasonable Estate Agency. 30 .Adams,Dr.a. Naomi Lodge, Daughters ol
..' any ; Real Aug. I block 175, New City 5 lots, just acros AND
I M. VOOLLEI, Rebekah every Monday nightat
f.- WANTED lauglm Fisher Real Estate Agency the street from Mr. Bears new resi IOf
FOR RENT-Twotory store building Whls e Car 8 o'clock In L O O F. haiL VisIt.
dence. This property is worth J1500( U, Georgia.
cant F. J. WHITE & CO.-Artesian we1: on East Intendenc: 36x54: COLLECTION 0;" RENTS A -_ I ing sisters cordially invited to be present
)L 'W\ANTED-You to know that you Apply to J. E. Dubuis &.
drillers for saw mills and turpentine feet. I
boy fToceiiea at the right prices if you SP CIALTY.
J T.
get thm at A. McD. Moyer's, on the stills especially. Geneva Ala, Bro. 17aug For SaleFOR
square. Pbone 718 4septlw* and Graceviile? Fla. Prepared to put Phone 87. 206 S. Palafox St. J. W. Bullock Jr. \TTTB= NEVILLE. See.

wells from 4 to 12 inches diameter, FCR RENT-Two new modern 5-room SALE-A good saloon business in RATHBONE LODGE. No. 30.

'o!" WANT-Ai1 I sell all kinds kinds of of electrical electrical, batteries work.. and from 100( to 1600 feet del>th. SatIsfaction houses on North Spring street at Cor. Government and DeLuna Sts. good location. Either half or whole In* Rathbone Lodge No 30, Kntghts rf

a' and other electrical supplies. When you guaranteed. 19june3ms $20.00 each. Fisher Real Estate Board and ODms. I tercet. Ptckneea want of owner reason address for Pythlas, meets every Thursday nlgl :
If a good
need me ring 34* or 9a. .J':. W. PeaKe Agency. aug10 Box 173. Phone 637 at selling.once. Box you 103. City. 4septlw at Castle HalL Members of ,lst >r
New Star Laundry Bldg. .i!: Garden. .
and brethren '
visiting ordlally
I NOTICE-Having installed machines ROOMS FOR RENT-Nicely furnished lodges (
1 WANTED TO RENTFurnishedt hou for the manufacture of galvanize FOR RENT Large 11 room hous, rooms for rent l 620( ,"North 7th Axe.I FOR SALE-Two horses. One buggy and invited to attend.
must be desirably located. Address iron cornice skylights cornice 'gutters 240( E. Intendencla. Apply to Fisher Mrs. II J. Rob Dson. 6septlw one U.wagon.S. Simms Must be 211 sold Tarragona once. Apply J 1.!. ROPER, C (',

t-: box if. 835. city. .. aseplw circular mouldings, etc., I am now Real Estate Agency. laug ROOMS FOR RENT-With privilege of HOTELS.BROWN street. 6eeptlw. C._ J LEVY. K. R. & S.

I I prepared to do sheet metal work of light house koPplng, phone and bath. HOUSE-DeFunlak M. E. B. A. No. 81. meets first and
WANTED-Position as bookkeeper or all kinds on short notice. Satisfaction FOR REiI."T-Nce: 7 room house. 311 On car line 900 East..Jackson. 2!septlm.rICELY Springs. FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN One third Wednesday evening at 7:30
cashier, eight years experience.! Can East Romana St., $13.00 per month.J. I. Good beds airy rooms elegant horse wagon and harness..' Apply to p.
t furnish excelent reference Address X. assured. Estimates cheerfully A. Wilson & Co, Real Estate and I meals; free bath and sample rooms. Geo A. "Vucovlch. office at Coca Bookstore. m.. RaSord Hall. No 10. West Inteadencia -
I T. z.. care JournaL Sseptlw aivea on work in or outside the cltv. : FURNISHED 'tnom and board Sseptlw street
attention .
Rental Agents, 22 ,4 W. Government In private family for couple or two traveling men
Chas B Vetter. IS W. IntendenCia. building. men One block from fsi 1:ne. Term' Rates $200( per day. J. R. Brown A. G FELL PresJ ,
WANTED-By n Idfile aged wIdow, a position Phone698. 25mayl3i St.. Salisbury 24july, reasonable. Apply No.JOS:: ,cor Davis and FOR SALE-House: and 2 lots overlook- SWEENEY. Sec.
a. govcfvess: or companion.. Ad- Jackson. Sept 2-lw Prop. I ir.g bay on East Jackson. Price $1600. '
r Ireaa N. c.. LocB Box 4S7.' Cit>. 5-eptlw FOR RENT-Some nce! store'on E : J O. Jennings. 4 ept. Pensasola Lodge! No.-4, 1. O. 0. F. -

j. \ J. H. PORTER sallmaKer: 716 South Government street; cheap rent. The FOR RE..T-Two delightful HOTEL SOUTHERN,-open all the Pensacola Lodge No 4. I. O O F
VANTED--Frns'r-cLAss hat cleaning Paiafox street Orders taken for up- FOR SALE-A good saloon business in
Old bats made new Cleaning pressing Fisher Real Estate Agency. ljuly! stairs new Mouse; bath and all con :year. American and European plan. good location. Either half or whole in- meets every ThursBa.veiilnj: at 1"t*
awnings stools couse
tents camp ,
t and blocking satisfaction guaranteed. veniwices. Suitable for married couple Specialsummer rates. First-class IP terest. If you want a good thing address at the new haIl on Belmont and Bayle
i:.:. Panamas. SOc 25c: Felt. 35c. cots. etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan. FOR RENT-A. R. Bingnatn has storage or two gentlemen. North Hill pear car Pleasant I brethren
every respect. and Box 103 City at once. 4septlw streets. Visiting cordiail
and good board. Address 'Private conven.
Derbys, 2Cc. Vigor Louis 100 E. Inten- for rent suitable for fur
p. room Journal. 2 Sept It Mrs. T. L. InvitedB.. R. WITKOVSKT. N.
lfDcta treet. All come in. 4septlm SHIP CHANDLERS-McKlnzle Oerting Home care I lent. Bowen. Prop., Pen O
other goods. 104 106(
niture or and sacola Fla' FOR SALE-At a bargain one large A. KER14E. Secretary
'& Co.. wholesale,and.retail ship South Tarragona street Phone 633 15apr marble soda fountain. with 20 syrup
W.M\"I'ED-A rosation: as salesman cans McMillan & Turton 120 W. In-
chandlers and grocersonly O. W.
flrst-clasg W.
I FOR RENT-Furnished up-stair rooms I
collector with well established tendencia. 4sept
;: and a house of kind in city., Fair prices 1 to ali. FOR R.E"T8room.stCIry Cottage I for rent to couple., No. children; privilege CHIPLEY HOTEI*-Can SeVerl'nd! Live Oak Camp wo. 1. W.a). W.
o furniture house. I hate 7year's 318 W. Belmont Apply to Walker of light houkeeeplng; use of phone '. Prop. Special attention to commercial FOR SALE-Second hand top Delivery meets in Pythian Hall 1st and 3'*
: experience can git edget CARRIAGES repaired and repainted. and bath. Address ilrs., Zcare JournaL -
;: give
built to order. Horse lugraharo. Apnl20EDUCATIONAL. 1 Sep. travelers Free, sample and bath Wagon with set of good harness Wednesdays ia each month. Visit) -
references and wIll have to have Floats shoeing Cheap. Inquire at 114-116 East Wright
Large rooms with
__ rooms. good cordially invited.
beds sovereigns
Address C. W. specialty. J. G. Welsh ISauglm
(f: good salary. D. care a CarriageCo. fatreet.
$2 per day. ISmarlm P A. BOOHICH C. C
o* Journal. Slauglw 27feb FOR RENT-Five rooms furnished or
i unfurnished;' large porch facing LUMBER FOR SALE-Rough. IxS and 4; LESLIE E. BROOKS. C! rk.
ANTED-Tbe Merchants Transfer Co. MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP- ----------- south. City water. Apply 501) West BAY HtTJ1L.-open: lIght and day 2x ;material.2x8, cheap.Leslie Good E.fencing Brooks.or sidewalk -

t. wants your and hauling. All I Willie MimI, Proprietor. Furni PRIVATE SCHOOL-The fifth annual Chase or phone 323. 12aug European plan. Rooms light ana 25 aug

f-..;. breakage guaranteed Phone 978. T. B. Thorsen., turn repairing of all kinds carpets begin session October of Miss 1st, at Holden's No 9 West School Jacksonstreet will \!, I clean. Transient trade solicited
.,., Proprietor. laid, furniture packed for shipping Sept 2lm. |' 575-579, 8. Paiafox. Ju. S. Nicolau FOR SALE-Choice Buff Rock and Brown [EXPRFS f. C CTo

;:. W N'rER-TO correspond with ladles of'' Phone &3. Next ,to Tampa Landing.. FOR RENT-Taree furnished rooms 1II Prop. 15.Leghorn My pens eggs headed for hatching with prize$1 winners.SO per SOUTHERN ,

means Object matrimon. age, 2 ii to I 22April --" '-' for 1'ght housekeeping 301 W ;Mrs. J. A. Wales Mobile,' Ala. '2Saugllt
"t 40. Address C. IL c.. LocLhart. Ala.. Chase. 16au I
rate by week.
Spec'al attention -'
; Mattresses made to order; old ones I 202 E Church street; if bought vt
; wA.NTED-Carrla'ges repaired and repainted renovate New ticks furnished LOST-At Palmetto Beach. one pair of FURNISHED ROOMS-Best In city to traveling men. Free sam! be had cheap. Apply
rented at can -
; ; floats built to order; horse hand'furniture gold-rimmed spectacles. Finder return !, Transient solicited. Mrs. Preston pIe room. Mrs. J. P. Manldiu Prop. once
Second bought andsold.
shoeing a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage to this,office and receive reward. 6sept. 15apr.. C. L. McVoy, butcher hop, corner
fi, Co. 27feb Upholstering and repairing aon, -I i 128% East Government opposite I Intendencla: and 'Barcelona. 23aug

;l. 114 E. Belmont St.. city rhone 771 LOST-White linen Eaton Coat Friday :opera house. llaug
.. Davis Mfg Co., C. T. Davis 'Mgr' night on steamer Monarch: or Island. I I f FOR SALE.'-ImproTea' and unlmpra
*:; : Pinder pleae return to 606. East, Gads'. FO RRENT-Rooms ,cheap; real new. BARBER SHOPS.
of the
i1 BRING YOUR BRIEFS MANUscripts den street. 'I I ed property In all parts city.
?t. and( other forms of stenographic H. ALFMAN-Tin., Copper and Sheet ly clean furnished rooms suitable J. A. Wilson & Co, Real Estate Agents all parts of the countryThe
work to the Pensacola Type Iron Worker: cornice work and skYlights LOST-Monday afternoon on North Hill for light! housekeeping or the hill. Location MILTON-When. visiting here have. your Room 7. Salisbury building. Phone
: 'phone 1369Boom a specialty; rooting gutteringand car line one gold handled umbrella with high and healthy. Close to car tonsorial! work done by Ira Mims, %>ill- 172. 23aa
writer Exchange or 315 South blue silk cover; monogram M L. P. on Lne. PrIvilege of phone. Apply 314 1 I ling street opposite jaiL Clothes and .
313 Brent Building.WAliTED repairing, Palafox St. handle. Reward for return to Miss Louise hats cleaned and repaired.: Convenient
Phone 560;residence pboae 1316. Palmes, 15 W. Strong. SO Aug. ,E., Strong. Phone 1213. lOaug]I to hotels. Phone 63. 26aug FOR SALE-Two return Tubular Boil- Sonthern Express Compaaj

Tbo" public to know that Zjunelm. ers 50"il4' ready immediatee de receives and forwards freight

v. can do &U kinds of repairing livery. Apply to 21. F. Gonzalez & Co. money, and valuables of all descrij.

float O. Welsh building Carriage norse Co.shoeing. etc.2Jfei J. Money to,Loan. WRITE YOUR WANT AD HERE.: 8Jul/ tions ..o pll parts of the countrY
FOR SALE-SecOnd nand 25 H. P.
.:z .______ MONEY LOANED, real estate and: t boiler. Will sell cheap Apply to with connections for Canada Mexso >'

l! VI NTmD.-Real Estate, for sale or personal property on short notice. Send it to The Journal office day or night. When you> need help have anythingto New Method Laundry 13April Havana, Cuba! European points

:<.; rent. le**a or exchange. Your business Terms easY., J., W. Ballard 28.& Souta; etC -
reipectfully solicited. J. A.:Wilson Palafox St.. 'Phone 1144., sell rent exchange or wish to purchase anything try a want ad. They do the REGULAR HACK LINE-From Chip-

off, ,Real Estate Agent 22% W. GOTernment -, work. ley, making connections with mail The Southern Express Company

set Room 7,, Salisbury: I CAN LEND YOUR MONEY at eight launch for points on St.Andrew* bay.! operates on 30,000 miles of firs

1.i: .- building. Phone 172. 23jao per cent If yon have any that you Extra teams for traTUng'men. _Good class'rentes, and in connection wit,
want Interest on. see me about It. It horses, comfortable Tehicies. Call on
ii-: : will be absolutely safe on SIX ORDINARY WORDS MAKE ONE LINE. or address J. C. Sinclair, Chipley.FJa... the Adams Express Company c3
Tailor.Gents' _
TAILORING-B- security. Leslie E. Brooks Fisherbuilding. Telephone No 74. 28apr:I through way-bills, with through
clothing cleaned pressed and Phone 462. .
.. short notice. No. 11% jars and through pr'
repaired oa : f. FOR SALE-SeTeral tracts virgin I
: West Government St. Pensaoola, :Fla. MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows p'ne! timber. Turpentine -places and forma a unified service constitute

Uec.W money from ,Jno. A. Hall & saw mills in operation.! Also excel-I the largest system of the kind J

t Co.. 14% B. Government St When In = lent tracts of stumpage. Turner &, the world. .
.. A "TEJ-AI1 ci"ners'of poultry to need call on us. P Aymard, Real Estate:Agents Box 115 "

know that we are agents for the celebrated ,, ., : DeFnniak Springs., Fla. 20July I Money Orders are sold a* *
T MONEY LOANED" on.all kinds of -
Conkeya Poultry Remedies I pur- : FOR S.o\LE-Wonerine engine. 8E agencies of the Southern E'pr"seCompany
to cure rape, cholera tonal property on short notice. ; : I
Guaranteed P.. 2 cylinder; 2 Cycles, complete fittings "
easy. J. B..'Gray & Co.. 2 W. at reasonable hours. '-
Ivill fle'as. lice and mites. Terms -
gape ana to i 1165 'j' ; for salt water; ta perfect condition -
\ Also their wonderful egg pmducer. F. Romana. Phone Ifeb ", I ; and running daily;' reason for wipt Is given and money is refueled

s.. Mellen &: Co Pbon NQ.i34.% : UNLIMITED: amount ot. money to loaa ; selling. going to replace *t ,by largeraastne. if order is lost.

18apr all kinds of personal property. King &. Runjon. Idaug.
on Special rates to business men on large Rates-The rate on a want ad filling the bove spa e i is 25 cents first insertionand'5 FOR SALE-Four good schooners, This is the cheapest way to l8:1d:'

WANTED -Youny lady de're position as The New York Loan Co.. 204ft5oih suitable for mall remittances by mail or 0twlae .e!
loans. lake sound and river
d for each additional .
stenographer.. Has knowledge of book- < Paiafox. cents a y consecutive insertion. Send cash with the ad. Address "
kscainx. Address B. car J"t jsi>3t' M."carJournal.: flang .

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