The Pensacola journal

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The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title:
Daily journal
Alternate title:
Pensacola news-journal
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
Mayes & Co.
Creation Date:
September 2, 1905
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
30.433333 x -87.2


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.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1898.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).

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SIma Trety Hfas en


SII.uiBs o Field and Sea
lust k Notified.


F P.rtwaoth N H.. Sept. 1.-Japan
w I reftued to consent to the cessa.
t m of hostilities until the treaty of
pe- has been signed. The Russian
vwoys called on the Japanese .'om-
MWIstio shortly afternoon to-oay and
they were conference for half an
b our. The Rusxians expected to find
a ready taoquescence in their plans
W an a immediate armistice, but Ko-
a rK2 explatned that. while his gov-
qis eat was ready- to consent to an
S aestiee, he was instructed that it
Wq W not be effective until: the treaty
a^dsilgaed and tie agreement finally
Saeedin this affair.
tMr. akto explalced Japan's insist-
e i br saying that It was not only
necessary that all commanders in
the field but all on the sea should be
Sotlted and this would take tim 1.
1 he Japanese are unwilling to have
fthe armistice effective until all have
t ee inotfed. thu- ensuring the main-
teaance of the agreenwnt The Japa-
aee also point out that an armistice
bhat practically been in effect slnva
the conference bt-gan an ,herefare
there is no ground for any anxiety
that a clash nma lake place before
the treaty is signed.




Tallaba-- ,. S''. 1 a nmeo'intg
of th sta;t' board ol p1i. *,.- -' el-
da t;h) ;,ati; warranr f,,r hef .'.tc
-t01ion o: l0-v.ah C

and th,. -he-iff ,, l' s,'- un" wa-
rIns7rulict i hot, CiK>' ; r 11 < :- o:y
un', ~fu'r;h r t'ri t"io
C.lwar was to a i- n ihan.
day for th' nruo '.1 'hi;.. lv -
Illana of PuIIi' G"'oi >,w .ai wV-
ftlit sh ax '. c' 'hf, t ,'V fl !' i,'P *.t t;,,O I.
ti had ',.-.en ac.- n ,' ,'n "
blind igoer-. He wa, Ko: at; 'g
through a w'AidOlw w\\-. -. q. -
In nis horne on .lan : 2 l li' t 3.
Col. J. 'W Bra'..> a;iait d :
the hoard as at;i-,,'h y i Co,)pei T,-L
entire morning wa t- ;n,: :n heai:n
evidence au.,. p;> a ,"-her :rvi'-
tigation. (;ovcrnoI r Br.\a:-iA wirod "
Sheriff Freeman r \i2-::.g :ht ,ea:,1
warrant, ant. oruring 1i: rt;urn.i T(
fCooper Hears the News.
Arcadia. Sept. -S.. riff Fre.-ran
received a telegram a' ,:tc *- ';,
day from Goveo-rn.: Brward ra'l:.
the death warrant o>f l.aai: E '*.
qr. convicted of "'%V: .( .': .Mar
gbhal Bl aman at P,:nta -1rda.
Cooper'. avto-ne, .I V. 'ad- ,;
*. artow, appsat .1 bl,! 'r, :'' 'a .if ,,
.mardons lhi mnorn rg 1 nt: '1: h:-il t'
bet it is otl known a!ere on -. wi
rnuads the death warrant i. r..a:.
Cooper has stead:;- ty n.ain:a.'i
f innocence
Cooper's wife ar- eh.i :reyn ha.
weeping!y hba.e h:'- ,"b' -his :: *,-.
S !tag, but returnzil ta :1'' tty
I them. the news








By Associated Press. ence on the subject of immigration Is Decreasing Both in Death ate
Nashville. Tenn.. Sept. L.-Govern- and quarantine to be! hel, at Chaia.w
or Cox to6 day sent out telegrams to nooga about November 1. The object and- in Numiber of New Casud-
the governors of all the Southern r the conference is to discuss a uni- .
states asking if they would join with form immigration and quarantine law in New Orleans.
the commercial bodies in a confer- for the south.

Cotton Exchange Publishes DEATHS 4; CASES 39

Annual Report to Sept. 1 Greatest Trouble Is With Italians

By Assoclat- d Press.
New Orleans. Sept. 1.-Secretary
Hester of the cotton exchange tonight:
publishes tne leading totals from ti'
annual cotton report. It shows that
new cotton marketed during July an'i
August this year amount to 75,42r

bales. There was i:ark :ed, in the Who Won't Take MediCine.
same months last .year 79.74s b)alh-.-
The report shows a total American
crop for the year ending AuustU h:,' QUESTION OF NATIONAL. QUAR-
year of 13.563.8So bales. The crop
hearing ending August last year was ANTINE IS LOOMING BIGGER
10,011.374 bales.


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))po t';i w I i Li .f!s'!sr oftt' e con it'a .17C (0 *. i !a Ifnl(ox it
t a h n 5D. oz, avt, -of 111111-
sce-f, rnzinig wPr di- ipon the c'tv
and outraging thk! ic. lili2,:; and senti-

in! 1(, :iver1m roas i*i a place
t;~i ('ipol1.4iialropur, s of theii nay~r' i
- )-, I' )~wraIw~pearecl before
e ium H e~aving thmt fl oweJ an
apt vto no (inn ,andi that he had
hadl a "few beers:' but wvas not intox-

American from. Panama Has

Yellow Fever in New York

By Associated Press.
New York. Sapt. 1.-Henry War-

New York Guard Team
A rain Canfirec Difl Tmnhv

Sdel. an American. employee a.- a boll-
er maker by the Panama raiiro:,d, is
. and the fifth by the navy team. The{ By Assoriated Press. seroIIsly ill tonliht wi'h yellow fever
sixth and last place was won by Nev -...;.. :. ... in the Swinburne Island hospital. i e
Jersey. New York has now won Iho ;.. arrived yesterday as a first-class cabin
trophy three times and every since it New Orleans. s jr. 1. -The X
was placed in competition fever report o 6 1) in-day K l
The prizes were presented this even- ; is a. follows: Fo r M en Killed
ing by Brigadier General W. F. Hall, New cases, 39; total to ,ate, -.
1I. S. A. .- -
The score made by the New York! 1) aths, 4; total tL dl. 21 tcISSin g as ReK
Guard team was 4-.28. I New fci. 10. a.
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passenger on the Steamer
from Colon. He was one of
sengers taken from the ship
of their temperature at the
tine Inspection and be became
afternoon. The case Is being
Wa ched. ,

six pas-
ill Ihias

and Several

suit of Explosion


By Associated Press.
beagirt, Sept. 1.-The Ne
guard team captured the nati
team trophy today after f(
struggle, ending this even'
second prize west to a team
try in a branch of the Unite
army. Ohio took the third p
fourth was won by the maria

ew York
onal rifle
our days
ng. The
of ir.nfan-
d States
place, the
ne corps.

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ueorog uanshly, of 20 East Brain.
ard Street, G i Nthi Hill Has
a Mild At:ack.


Dansby Worked Close to Original
Point of Infection.


One now case of yellow fqrer do.-
veloped In Pensacola yesterday. The
patient is George Dansby, a younm
man residIng at No. 20, Bast BMAinart
street, which is in the extreme aort~
ern section of the city. sit blocks
north of R. E. L. square. Dr. Ouke-
tas, after diagnosing the case last
night made the statement that it was
yellow fever.
Although the announcement of an-

S"-.,:: .:. .",-:-.--:"- '*?. ..;:.4.':. By Associated Press. t wheel at the National Tube Works at other case caused considerable di-
SMO B I1nT AnDRFW S I PI TI ---Pittsburg, Sept. 1.-Four men were McKeesport. Tw"o of the dead are' cussion, residents are not piet
SY A NDREWS PUTS onTrarv 1o : expictations the f..,. killed, another i. missing and is sup- Americans and the others are or-. Stricken as in former years, b oa
v(-r is as '::.: a milder form. It Posed to have lwen blown to pieces. eignern. There were four hundred the other hand are attending to but-
LISS ON ON QUARA NTINE -at' o and ti were sermsly injured ths men in the mill when the explosion Less, anepd a great many ar et g
N was anicicla:o that it would grow afterno:::i by the )ur-sting of fly occurred. the advice given The Journal y
on, d d:ad,' a. ;the cases eers terday morning by Dr. Outeras, :
This is tr',, not only in Nw Orlca:s! T to cease congregar ng in grou. on
YE LO FMASS MEETING HELD AT WHICH but in MisiSsippi whei at various' L and the poli restrictions must the s treet eqi r and to go to wor
PROTECTIVE MEASURES points there have been about twenty in dealing wiy them. Of course stringethere arent some who wnt
WERE ADOPTEDcases, with only one death. remain upon the streets and s ismt
CD IT ID Wherever there has been a heavy enselesw reBorts and false gg
death rate as at Leesville, it has been Two Coast Guards Stricken. on new cae A t t
St. Andrews. Str -A mass meet- because the victims are Italians who Jackson, Miss., Sept. 1.-Governor some, of these people tAl Iwol cme
,ig of thewns. St.--A a m refused medical attention. Vardaman was informed today by wire to the conclusion tlht the ty
held yesterday afternoon to consider The question of-tie proposed Immni- from Gulfport that two privates oftfleS U I LE filled w" ttt fever.
theellow fyveerd station, and John- nation and quarantine convention to coast quarantine guard had been -- The wove .-q I nga l
City is going EveryIfing Possible yterlow s a "be held at Chattanooga, was broachtd tricken wih yellow fever. Ile diect igangu"s t
S n ,turrock was (.hosen chairman an]. to-day. avd some doubt is expressed- ed that no expense be in gi.v. Ig iD'glemb rt i, dte IIhI USYk
WnihA.. E mmon sere ary. n here as to whether the two subjects, l g them care and Bonh. Am Unt Of tt C g By reinet pese s

Whtn ha recent Bard frin t ha show a clean hill of alth they wil rational restrictions came from the original source of In- e in. An utop aV e "
re a a new cae of fever he o It was deid for orde to quarantine against can be combined. New Orlueans, owu- eton t
up A. Emmons elected health' tion in the Souh that mayup tow to called. Nathez of ow eer.
officer f hand he aould b of srvi once appointed A.T. T By Assocated Presa nation aran The tatement signed

gate board andqeo get full particulars W l It OoC a10 ht s? A G a 7J / theC F Itur Liverpool, opt. 1.-Fire on the Jon-teas Dr ..Pc
o roh quarantineuain He was seventh an a tne is looming larger vary day as. Natchez, Mis. Sept. I. fte a e
Mayorna lis r went home early last they por for d th fer spreads to the smaerInterval of six days since the dio- m nd Vesselfr Pensacola s desarge lug was erpot L. Dr. .
Immediately. in s madebe sto s, injuring business nd bringinger5 baey of yellow er re, wo morcoon in he cargo wo Then Dr. Louker,
niowingh to e o mch needed ret pe at he Pas ard unless the c sch darous naed byon enees withir- arasesare report today. Both Amount of Cotton Cargo By piom,.ph
"oied In. CAn a. DA bet e,
he rece information how a clean ill f health they rational restrictions. came from the orgietngnal ied.urces of In- Pato Boat o Dty.
tre wa a new cae of fever he got b held for ordpaperrs. atThe talians continue to give trou- fthouseon. ernFire and Wfowhch t stated t
up fronm his bed and came up town t ail fled, revenue r:ler Pent had b
SThe could of service to t signed to patrol uty of the r

of th> ci'v w.'h v..ry gratifyin re 1rjo ~ornsis.:ng of .'8.i000 suplicialaBd woyld rcporte to rbe State hetat
st:ae board and to get full particulars It Come to This? A Gfeet of umer i qure tales of uoffncer treor orlt e. reoThi Tee
in a vr sh t coton, 2.0 a of con se an o Andersob, s.IW. li
of the station. He was seen by a i 'panish steamer woacia from Por) tn Dr. l. n Brue, ". H eid
urna, rep~ ",,inirtersat midnight a nd th n f-..- [ ,Tampa and Pensacola, has danagel1i1erpont, N. H. L. exmsnn, Dr. F.
pan45 bales of cotton in the cargo. T oi Thigpen. Dr. ois dM. Bl ,
!r s taini ae-' -- Dr. J.W 'rhtng Hargii, tr. F.
ovry eff t to destroy every mosquito hu Company., or ales were Greeks C. onw. D'vAlna.
poibleMayor Bli Statement. steam and water. The fire has been nd . reeks, who had th
The ci forpu on a force )f the sit- M r .> T.: ra ver S tme n l
uaoionr i. thae we have had severalty at Fraiah Lik S rr.. Porter, tbe state he atlth otr,

(i of ; r b-for it was known tT h Gracia to e:; of i r.;),laela t night ,ht they ailt be ooostd-
' n crn,.it .-- = -- '. as dig chare d from treatment.-
I_ for a_ of papers at the P-.,;(acol0t c vttom house: government. in wch it stated that
I, Tl t -v 1ra',ares of i -- - on _Auguz: -.A a,:.znsail,,] the fn!low-' the revenue citter lum ha e
of t. T w-, r. ,-: a arae i;rtie7= 7-ju ing day f-;r ,'erppol. She hald a, assigned to patrol duty of the b .
,, Th c~r2, re will be covered= feet. of lumber, 4.f47 square bales ftu officer for asrneut.. 7qhre vesloel
-..srI- cotton, 2.066P sacks of cotton treeqand two launches will be Used in
'trolling the haror, and will sto ll
'Addionai m--n have been added to' A- meal, 131 barrels of soap stock. 2,1I
the street force ani the work of san:-I hogSi"htadso of ef tohaco, an-i ,00,) boat attempting tO l r.
oak barrel staves. Thei total vah'ia- orin& farfor ay a t
ta'ion is being forced to the imif. tion of the canigo woui1 apirox;.nat, launch wi b ne o
Many ci~tzenr arx' taking an active about a quarter of a milor dollars. uner command
part and I -oui' urge all to make She was cl#'ared by the Gulf Transit officer of the e e.
e'trv effort to destroy every mosquito Company.,
potable. "fa e t s Mayor Pro Tern Returns. The three Greks, WhO h

ua:ion i that we have had several if- -u at Fr,' ,i Lick i.-,O11t-! f.,." ,-. 'in,. l !, Dr. ('i-therat
. e of t ,.r hi-tort it was known r '. 'l: ,1.,,s for "- , of -n ,, het'itl nirht that they might be conald-
.. ..--A- -IN... ... -- ,, ,-: .',u'n,,, : ,,.- r . , 2.-i as discharged from treatm e t.
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I- '-io:w If\'er and the victims were
no: s.r-ned. There were also plenty. I
ot mosq'i'toes of the right species to
"e l;': d'out" '.hat as a result we iave
n:-e't-l proba uMe f r1'< s i t. i. c tl. in:-I
heinz ,;>babl c ihere is -n.y oae th.'.-

Lir 7 i 4LI'an1 ,p OU:T he di't aset.

71 ',T,~rg :-.'- pox'
t. clr '--It-(! AI x'i
j) blownl

1 copalr:-

-' -~ ' ar-trght a.
0, 1 7- p ;4~C

, :'. IsqI:: I In a dJa or two t,'-
f't I m atI'o u .h ld t) repeated union' s
:ht hOlse be.-n efforc'ually screen-
I truis e, e pe pl(- who are Dron?
rr, ic s- th adlv:isabi liv.
,f -easing he:r .pposition to sam-
S t- h.-a.-:a: ~ and %x'l turn t.,'!r
I' .g.s . ,:n. the r homes f il,
SHERLOCK HOLMES, .e itnf-t> oln Unfortunae:y% v'e
!:e The fever and now we must ge'.
T e Greatost Detective of Fiction. rd oL i. "i

It iIa., a ti r.) o (Ch!cro, ii'r ; he :
l .arn, I tat f.'vt r exIst rl in Pens;,-
,o'a. !, retiurnel to the city.


September I
Bv Associated Press.
Southern League.
.'n";. Re-,' =. _\:a nta 1.
.\: Y": n,- Pfia h: S:1ir-v'-po:rt 1,
., .' .;-< ..*ry ,. i r ir : ;I i nip.
.-''. '-. ,P : -.sIfbr, ? ;'O r'P ." 3, (p.j''-
A" A::: i. ."'.,v Or!'.i ii Na:ih-
^t,*. '- i'] .<- [ ":' '-"lla* 1no :'Tr ,,.

American Lcague. .
C *'-I-iunii ".ioag") ';.
National League.
New York 4, Philaiel'phia 1.
('h.caa' o ,. I ..:.('" i.'.
5:. !,S,.' n. r irs 6.

Expert Had Busy Duy.
Dr. Guitera:. b'ad a busy day ymtte
Cay. Th,, a' y consumed eosi
orable tim'. ,nlI afterwards t.- wes
with var;n.-. h :iciL':, -o inv# strat
cases of a s-picioiit, ;nature.
"I will remain hler' tatll iundIay
morning," .;aid Dr. Guuteras, "and will
.lend every aw':i.stance possible .n de.
strayingg the fever, and hope to be of

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South Atlantic League.

Ciirta's,:: 8, SAx ail~ah I3
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(ten in-

The Greatest Deteotive eof etieg

Z WEATHER: showers and
i thunder storms Saturday and
Sunday; not so warm Sunday;
Ught oamth wids..


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One of the Famous Well-Known Doctors (Dr. Guiteras)

declares all Four Cases to be Genuine




Therefore, I put up S500.00 to Guarantee that

if Anyone will take the Genuine



I According to Directions and a Case Developes,


C. APOSTLE, at Nick's Restauran.



speciall to The Joural. Special tc The orna
lllview, spdt. 1.-Mrs. Wim. J' Crestview, Aug. 31.-Health Officer;
RC%.nolds and children, of Slma. Ala. Kteeling and Morrow are nov" tempor-
who have been spending the sumn-r arilv ;ocated here for the inspe-lion
oa Perdldo Beach. returned home of passengers for Pensacola.
TIesday of this week. o assengers for Pe;nteoa.
Rev. A. A. LJttle. of elma. return-1 Th,I quarantine against Per.a3olai
ed home Tuesday from Perdido Beach effects travel and bhu'ine< h'r- very
after a visit to his family who are much A lot of through pas.engerb for'




JTc.- 'ripcMB


Notice is hereby given that the following described real estate, lying anTi
being in the City of Pensacola, County of Escambla, State of Florida, upon
whit h the taxes levied by the said City of Pensacola for the year A. D. 1904,
have not been paid, will be sold at the door of the conrt house of Escimbia
county, at noon. on the first Monday in October, A. D. 1905, to make said taxes
penalties, interest and cost.
Tax Collector.


Blknton. Sept. 1.-Saturday night

spending the summer on Perdido. ~p~ints beyondd Pens-ls a st1op off here Robert Blanford, a negro, was at-
Mrs. Esagene Davis spent Tuesday and go via Flo"ala and Oi'p. tacked by some wild animal, suppos- Name. Description.
In Pepsacoa. The Yellow River Itailroad will, ed to be a catamount. or panther. H.?
Mr. sa. F. Lewis. of Beilview. ra., opcritt a nmixeti t-ain dai;y between was riding a mule; had been to Blan-
leftrTuesday ngh for Millvill.v Mr. here and !Vlura.' ,' having here at 8:.40! ton. an;' on his way back to the Wil-
s..Miss ila wis and Mis a m.. ari retirning a lf pm. lows farm. and as he entered the ham- Eliza Allen.........Lots 19 and 20, blk 33, Fast King
Lowl 8 -Misst LA43 lwisand m Mr.1. A. Laird. of IeFuntak mock on the Dowling lake he was at- Tract
.IPiensaolle haopae hm Sprln, was in town a ;ew days thit tacked, and was severely wounded b Mary Aneron Lots 16 ad 17 blk K
Mr. an Mrs. Lawrence Ceeslnut Nteek khklng after hi.. hbsine here. being sc.ratched and bitten. I says Tract...... n 1, 9, ast ing
came ot Wednesday to spend s while M-. HJlgdes is building an a-lition that it was with great difficulty that ............t
with Mrs Chestnu's parents. to his residence south of the railroad h made his escape by hard fighting F. Barrios.......... 30 ft of 4 and W of 5. blk 48,
Mrs. Carre Crona. of Pensacola and wl.n comnplhed it will add rucfi The mule became frightened and ran East King Tract ..... ......
passed; through lh re Monday ,- to the view of that side of the ra.l- with him. He was carrying a piece Thos. Bell........... Lot 1 o 5, blk. 97, East King Tract
rctCte fo- Pciido hay where sh- will roai. of pork, and it is supposed it was the' L. Boley.............Lots 1 to 4. blk 37, East King Tract..
pend R someime isiing rti a s M s Eunice Pov.-c is on a visit t'o fresh meat the animal was fighting A. A. Credille.......N 40 ft of Lot 1 and of E% of 2, blk
Mr. Ezra Rogrs returned home relatives at Ponce deleon this week for. L. M. Davis.........I6,t 19 blk 144, Et King Tract
saturday nirh: from Mar" E:rPr. an I k ock is ,atching. L. Davis W 30 ft Lot 3, b 59. Ea K T t
where he u as ca;ld to his mo:arr ('tonn,! or J.. Edge has been very Cause of Insomnia. L.M. MDavis.........W 30 ft Lot 3, bk 59. Eas t King Tract
who was ick. ut we are gla to sik r he a days, but we Indiestion nearly always disturb. M Davis........ t 2. k 73, East King Trat.....
boar is ifmnpr'vng. Mrs. Rogers is lei':n he is .en:e b tcr. the sleep more or less and is often Lizz!e Davis........N 60 ft Lot 3, and of W. of 2, blk 56
still in Mary . ter. Agnim Bush frnm Westville spent the cause of insomnia. Many cases East King Tract ..stKinTract..........
Mr. White .'r Quina were vis-' Fr:1ay night an, S. urd-" as the have been permanently cured by Peter Davidson...... Lot'3, blk. 93, East King Tract..
iting in Mii"vi., S.nlay evening at g,.st of Mr. Ne,,'. r-turning to West- Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Robt. Donald .......Lot 3 and Nt of2, blk 130, East King
Tract. ....................
Kisses Wn !h-u'* i ill Snday mornOng. Tablets. 'or sale by a!l druggists. Wm. Fisher ........Lots 6 and 7 ana' N 105 ft Lots 11 and
-- 12, blk. 4, East King Tract......
Leary Gerald........Lot 10, blk 105, East King Tract
3 Lewis Goode.........Lot 13, blk. 41, Ea3t King Tract..
I Peter Grundy....... Lots 8 to 10, blk 129, East King Tract
ISblo F. Hagood....Lots 14 to 16 anr N 3 ft Lot 17. blk
29, East Kiln Tract............
W n. Hamilton ...... W 17 ft Lot 2 and M 15 ft Lot 3, blk
SPECIAL REDUCTION ON PIANOS! East King Tract ..........
SRebeccaHawthc-n. .Lots 1, 2 and 3, blk 92, East King
Tract ...................
SJas. Hamilton.......Lot 5, blk 130, East King Tract ....
We are overstocked. A very large line of LESTER, CLUTTER and CASSELL Chas. Hudgin ...N4950 ast King6 Tract .. 5 bk
SChas. H. Hudgins...S ft of N 100 ft Lot 6 and of E% Ilot
Pianos on which we will make a reduction of $25 to $75 for August sales. 5, blk 49, East King Tract
i Chas. H. Hudgins... E50 ft of9 'S 110 ft Lot 1, blk 56, East
King Tract .........
Very Special CASSELL PIANOS, S275. Regular price, C. K ng.............850 ft Lot 6 and t Lot 5, b
$325. Terms, S1 0 Cash, S6 per month. Bring the J W. Kohler........ 30 ft o 90 ft of t 3 and of W
S$10 with you. Stool, Scarf, Music and two years' free Moses Jackson...... 30 ft of N 70 ft It 4 ad of W
Lot 5. blk 60. East King Tract ...
tuning. The Best Piano ever offered for the money. Wn. Lewis ........6 90 ft Lot 3 and Wt %Lot 2, blk 50,
East King Tract............
Wl. Lewis.........N 20 ft of Lot 1 and of E% Lot 2, blk
i 51. Eat King Tract..........
WM. AL*i ......... S50 ft Lot 6 and E% Lot 5, blk 51,
1 a "i Ie a...' T E + :^ EBast King Tract............
~4 0 1Xtjt &XwA M IX J olloIh i-LiS Ingene Undsy.... Lot 18, blk 105, East King Tract..
2 d 114 South Palafox Stree Pensacola, Fla. Lucy McKinley.... W 101 ft Lots 9 an' 10, blk 2;, East
King Tract............ .....
Jno. MeCollough .E.... U 65 ft Lot 13 to 16, bIk 3','iEast, King

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2 30 6 12

2 30 4
2 30 3
2 39 4
2 30 4

4 35

2 30 4 35

30 11 45

5 36
2 98
1 54

2 30 6
2 30 4

2 30 2 19
2 30 3 21
2 30 1 18
2 30 4 35
2 30 4 48

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19 2
19 2

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3 72

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Tract.. .................
Walker A. Mimms ..Lots 21 and 23, blk 107, East King
Tract.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .
Geo. Montgomery... Lot 6, blk 92, East King Tract
Levi Owens.........8 25 ft of N 75 ft Lot 3 and of W%
Lot 2, blk 54, East King Tract....
Alexander Oliver... .N 90 ft of Lot 6 and of N% Lot 5,
blk 46, Blast King Tract .. .. .. ...
Sam Pasco, Jr......Lot 12, blk 103, East King Tract....
Barton Pepper...... 120 ft. of Lot 1 and of E% lot 2,
blk 68, East King Tract .......
W. E. Plummer .....Lots 18 and 19, blk 98, East KinA
Tract .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
jLou Pruno..........E% Lot 5 and N 40 ft. Lot -, blk.
I ,89, East King Tract ...........
Victoria 6banks.....IS 60 ft of N 90 ft Lot 4 and N% !Lo
6, blk. 48, East King Tract.. .. ..
M. E. Stewart.....Lots 13 and 14, bik. 38, East King Tract
hict. Stevens......8 75 ft Lot 1 and of 0% Lot 2, blk
$4, East King Tract ..........
Isaac ShepLrd......Lot 4, 5 and 4, blk 73, East King
Tract............ ............
Oils Smiley ........Lot 16, blk 106, East King Tract ..
J. C. Springer.......Lots 1 and 2, blk 107, East King
Tract.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Chas. H. Taylor .... Lota 16 and 17, blk 98, Bast King
Tract .. .. .. .. .. .... .... ..
Alonzo Thomas .....6 680 ft of W% Lot 2, less the W 1 ft
bik 51, East King Tract ........
Samuel Wagner.....Lots 16 to 20, blk. 135, East King
Tract .. . ........... .. ..
W. C. Walker.......8 56 ft Lot 6, blk 4, East King Tract
Geo. F. Wenaworth.."ots 1, 2. 11 and 12 ard 14 to 20, blk
i 101. East King Tract..........
E. P. West.. .......Lot 6 and 7, blk 4. East King Tract'
C. I- Wiggins.......Lot 24, blk 37, East King Tract.....
C. I. Wiggins.....Lot 15 and N% Lot 16, blk 97, East
King Tract ........ .. ...
Sam Wltherspoon...Lot 4, bik 40, East King Tract ....
M. Willis ..........N 70 ft Lots 1 and 2, bik 57, E"ast King
Tract ....... ..... ....
J. D. Whitmore......Lots 1 to 6 and 10 to 14 and 17 to 24,
bik. 10, East King Tract.. ......
Ide!:l Williams .....W% 30 and Lot 31, blk 124, East King
Tract .......... .... ........
E. M. Wilson..........Lot 13 and N% Lot 14, bik 101, BEst
Tract .................
Unknown ..........N 60 ft Lot 1 and of E% Lot 2, o}kc
71, East King Tract ...... ..
Unknown ...........Lots 19 and 20, blk 105, East King
Tract .. .. .. ... ...... I
Unknown........... Lot 19, bik. 113, East King Tract....
Unknown ..........Lot 32. blk 128, East King Tract..
Lnknow ........... % Lot 28, blk 129, East King Tract
Unkrown..........Fractional Lota 25 to 28, blk 150, East
Tract ...... .. .. .. ......
Unknown............ Lot 24, blk 35, East King Tract ....
Geo. Murphy.......Lot 1, bik 105, East King Tract....
Levi Owens..........N 50 ft Lot 3 and of Wl Lot 2, bik
64. Bast King Tract .........
Edw. F. Aurons...... Lot I, blk. 40. Belmont Tract.....
Allen & AeBaron....% interest In Lots 11 to 18, bik. 48
Belmont Tract........ ......
C. H. Alston........Lot 9, blk. 29, Behnont Tract......

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= I I I OF JUDGE TRY:N PAJIN-whether caused by local ZIONIST RULES.
g a SU DIVORCE CASE. Iries, or disetdgr of auy of
0 2orls*ordiorerofan o
___U CESTE A new T,abyYevery year fre
Some of the testimony given byb@ ternal orgaD.-are ob- fa nI zien's / ..'or-
D *t Major Taggart in his no ed divorce ...i.Zion's,:iikvob as-ovtr
Trial in Wooster, Ohio, :; decluedly: ined by using HAMLINS ti>.i work for thi' s'ri.-away with
S Since Explosion of Dynamite Water r ra uiecide,
SStories that brought blushes to his "T'IZARD OIL. That's the ikae Apoe
S- In Ruther Pen Pond Had cheeks were often told y his wife
In B P P NO to company in their hluine and at dian- SOIe of t pinS which it J enr or
Been Slowly Falling er parties, according o the major. of e noh coy, near
-- I 1 often took her to task for tei;in.; I -| promptly and successfully g., wants to ,e in'' h:r'i rat. ,;' ure
of. y.hem," he said, "and on one occa-:iou go soaring skyward in a way that wi
3Ito drainage plan of Mayor Bliss, she told me to go ou. of the room eAr- are rhe2matisin, neural-; ma- the s:atis:i.ians in: ,ie and sr
1'!1 ianitV y of' until she finished."
Sdnamite in Bircher Pen pond to; Captain Taggart was asked to re- h|adache, earathe, tooth- 11"" pncl, sa:s 1e .; ,, ,
drain that place seems to have proven peat some of these, that the court ..h'se. Bat nt 'h '.s bre aSh
Sm aa su( 0l 3 0 will he the means of finally getting recited "The DoL LL enbe," "Put in l that is I I: o,
rid of this most unie.mirable pond of a Little Dash of La'.ti,.ier" and sever- (9tSS, teollr. itC. ,a.1 -!,vor ,: n .. a
water. al others in a s" vein. Then theI Trn,i.etli)n. fo a i-i ha:
mono o last night the pond showed a dP-. judge (-c&a;d a halt, professing that ThiS .'rett eCrattv0 medicine there shall i)e n- 1..:,-nor Lug-
r-'"p :n d pllth of f:l! eigh:(en il a..a atiti.l n --in n,, t-. in

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- ....-. ". -."--o Z.L.......1-1" .."-1 that c1n be so a11teed
So you can see by the length inches. thus showing that the. 'a Mtakes Claim of Virtue. is a pletovit, safe, and certain Apostle ow:e .-i''- ha rsse ts t
f thatyoear running off -hrugh the :, ,oe'.b,, "'i have auwa:s l.eou true to 1my3'. great adnirat ii ',,r ciie,~ Reooe- si-ly4tthebrewery.
will not be in this Fail.- hli that was b own in the tartl. x-; arria;e vows, sa.d Capain Tag- edy for t9ueal and exter- ,vi. and 'is -e tici.l
COME IN tending doIwn filly sixty f., ';."P art. "1 knew nLi;ng of Mrs. Tag- (h I T.-;-' TuE AMEICAN BREWI
a d look through our tok li is belicv'd that th e*x.: ssn's bell. in tih a.-pi'il until she a. 8use, 7hich never fails to : t \ : .... .. '",'
that has arrived and see th.0" opened up ;h, s-,a;a i,,c .: ahe wrote ie a'::i r r d:.-'.a'tg. saying h' .' .p
exclusive patterns we are sh,,w- j.nd to h ban ,: 'en: :h' th wta:r he had betun .erec to a.c J an opera- 'Olieve a&d cure. Nothing else :; . -, N. OLDIN. Whesl
tmg. Some of thtm are ncdt* an nw pa,- ;' rough into, a sul:er- tLon pe: or me d. ,. t,1 a ,,a or-r rht hte nce- EACOLA F
equalled by the merchant tail- 'anan pa:age and tnu: be carried Sentiment here oe:mu, to bg wtila.ike Lf Atdruggic t. Price 0c ..v :.... .. ;: ,. nL
Sns.n the immense size of Captain Ta+gart ;i appwa:,s1 Is ak in- 11i. : k z ll ".t lanb t)o t
e, ponsd -rnc th im wnse size o dictation Chrs ,.: capping of L Fully guaranteed. b| aoL;!ul ,,:Ir twelve m1ot .
t pon fa t that the water dN. GOLDRING, Wolesale Dealer, Pensacola,
Sclined 1 :nrhes in twelve hou s. hands grei-ted a L.o in Ide may- New Schools Next Need.
ur courtths afternoon whend, ..
snows that there must me a large s cou this a1ter; when ,he SOld r r t by i D. vis hop'o that from -
penin hrouh which it ca now youth, Hart.; Rope, arrested for p 'r-l WHITE'S PHARMACY, now on * one wants to know rhe (Continnel from S 'nd Pae.
en. C. wioocnh, eo. ArpBrg flowit jury on affidavit oi Mrs. Taggart, wa o Phone IR0, Night Pho.* 446. siz. of a Z: '. s family, a' that is
._ through o. discharged. Rope ;s the witness w Pcola, Fla. n cesary w ie to know how man
...... WM. JOHNSON & SON HAVE SE., swore that he saw her buy three beers yea;s the, Do ieite has be(n married i.
CURED THE AGENCY FOR ONE OF; and give one to each of the boys an The member of the Chrtan Cat- ameDescrition
THE LARGEST EXCLUSIVE TAI. ,rink a glass herself. CStill hi e Church ommunf the Chr Zion C ame. De ption.
LORING HOUSES IN THE EAST, Drinking outs Described GEORG A. PETTERSON, foilo.ving the c.ownniald of the tirsr
OR E AND ARE NOW PREPARED TOS Major Taggart told in detail how is now located a apt in all things, f say. tliy will -i -
r --e rs t wp9 TAKE YOUR ORDER FOR THAT his wife had smoked cigarettes and Cor. Government and Barcelona Sts.,. i ,, thi a hik away.'iyd in a --
Pamacl a -' -' Florida FALL SUIT. CALL IN AND EXAM. drunk whiskey in the presence of and is better prepare than ever .Tfs rkawa: aI a expeceCl If. A.stn........Iots 6 and 7. hb.. >. Belmiont Tract
S. INE THEIR ELEGANT LINE OP the children and had told off-co!-r to repair safes, tl)ypwrIpor. tilled with laueio tnblini t .1 B. Amos....L.. 2, *o O, b)k. 1.:5, lelmon.
1 SAMPLES. 26aug7t. stories along with Miss Anna Berry guns, ma- i.r;is, arran ci-ronoiicall' a .a- i Numb-.ring .... ............
and Miss Yost. and certain offer chinery and b c riding to a sil) ladder plan,. it Autrey........E. 112^ ft. of 15 an 17 and of NU
R CHICKEN GUMBO When the major had objected she haa. HONE 23. ad a aof IS, blk 34. D mont Nminiberit"g 1
and Italian Spaghetti at White's to- told him to step outsae the room un- o tqua new school roomand at the i no" Bain...........Lot 1 and S. 17 fr. of 2 an S. 0 ft.
to the Sunday -chool room at the .. g' of 1 an.1 ft. "2i. Bcn ft
a OpMMOw g night. ?fresh bread 'on sale daily. til she was through. The witness de- 4 tav' i.,az,'g g.:.-,-7:.-t-. ta cl*' of 23 arI 24, 'k. .. leniont
d cared he told her that there was only Thit fir-- ap,,nstl's new order is par Nmbrn. .. .. .. .. .. .. ....
RING UP 66 OR 1187 AND LEAVE one kind of house where women told THE SINGING CONTEST u of a .uiie Iion wlNch he recently e '. Boloy............ I.ots 1 to !,:k. R. };,114ut Tiract..
YOUlR ORDER FOR GROCERIES. such stories and smoked cigarettes .: n o -xorei-e over marital affairs in' L liey......... ..L.ts. 22 an .'3, bk 77, n'ount
I TEt RS(L TOLD 11 WE WILL DELIVER WITH and drank whiskey. Witness repeat- # ~#. 5- -g4 '.#:: ; his church. The fisr step was in thc Numb'r:I-, .............. 1
ILL I LDW PROMPTNESS AS HERETOFORE. ed obscene toasts that were given by ---- frm of an riderr that all faiThful nw- '. oley............L ts t, I,. h:k. i5, Blmonr Nnm-
J. E. DiBUISSON & BRO. Mrs. Taggart and Miss Berry when The Singing contest at the Gulf !,.'rs of Zion -'hoi marry u,:st nav' bering.. .................. 1
& o.,Bin.Tnller h goe to Wash- 2sept3t drinking in the presence of officers Coast Fair and Agricuiltural Expot, ,hi chief's wri 'en cnsen'. se t- n, L Boley.. ..........Lots 7, 1>; a; 14, blk. 116. Belmont
Kt, where' he il .iitand the subjects of these toasts be- tion for prizes of $35 and $15 respect Tma-rl:;:pe w,,vo: n t be r ,:; zc 1 ume.,nize in ume.. .. .. .. .. .. .... 1
co a nt, for wa sho i l time .t GOT THE FIRST PLATE. came common expressions in the cir- ively ha. aroused a wide ,-p.ea' l h,. church. Another injunr-ign wa. a n......E f of W. 1 on lont by 10
this for a sortcle that visited his house. It wa:-i enthusiasm among musicians all ov,'r bht no t mariagi.s performed by ji<- ft.- ]-p. bk. S2. B Associate Editor B. H. Thomas, of 1m r d teI ft je, u tr. st b utow shown that when Lieutenant Fortes- this section. aTid the followinw rni .,s o(f hthe i;,:weo would be consiler- Mrs. M. F Bruce....S, of 15, 16 and 17. ilk. 13, Belmont
EIte Journal, who left Fensacola Sun- Let Go. que, Captain Poore and others at FortI havw been published for ~bo 1,enofit (,f l morally ,orr.';t. Tract.......... .. .. ......
t 1S f Chicago where he went tois Presidet DooveRl on .ne of le Leavenworth visited at his house: those intending ,t No Kiss Till Marriage. Eliza Bryant .......Lt 2f k. 9 Belmont Numbering 7
adt Mb vacatoa. writes that he has'.-tours n the Adrouf acks, there were many drinking bouts, and No class can ait't exceeding he W. F. swainsary........ ft. W. frn N. of S. 100ft., bk. 76
s oet f the outbreak of fever In ien- "" .the s PICy stories always followed 'the nor less than 8 mine exclusive ot Bul now th( swains anI blushing Belmont Numbering .... .. .. .. 2
a iaa&.,. that he willaetrn at cian, a" & e7 i agdF1,e*t'U '- cocktails and higbaalls. the leader. : maiderls are under still further r- Jos. E. Coleman......Ils 18 to 22, blk. 110, Belmont
o'rm easistaMe on the paper Is nec- slut o big Nam At bM gnt re- Witness said that Mrs. Taggart No person can tnig-n r n-,i strict!ons, tlils time relating t h Numberin.......... .. .. ..
e gary. That indicates the kind of quest she g11de o0ductvd the Pmrty came to the Philippines after the had one class, but leaiters can direct as ,lov:,iaking. "Never kiss until atf,"'j R. Dorsy. ....... :W 5 tt. of aF 115 ft. of lots 1; to 19,
S The Journal force is made of. to the neat tIn the wwiMenes at- been in the Cincinnati hospital, bthe many classes as they see lit. .tb w dding ceremony is over," as b. 79, elmon Numbering.....
-2 would- take something worse than a forded. never discussed the subject of he:r Every singer in any class must liv, the apostle. And that mttns ";t G. K. Faulk .........N. 50 ft. lots 14 to 16, bik. 84 Bel-
m ggr s cre to make a single one of Amnement was created In the presi- sickness with her. within eight miles of the usual meet young couples are not to kiss "ju't ta: month Numbering.. .. .. ...... 4
--r desert his post when his ser- d~nt rtl pay when the chief executive, Tells of Separation, ing place of the class fun" or for himself, liut the rule o J. Frle:'ick.......Lot 29 and E. part '- 30, blk. 27,
iM awe required. whose Ientity bad been kept a ee- Witness said that Mrs. Taggart was There are no restrictions as to shape further. So Zion is to be a race of 1.:: Belmont Nunmberin..... .... 2
cret. wasgiven a seat at the Atmlly on apparently friendly terms with all of notes used. kissed, afntr the examplee set b1y Wm. Fisher.......Lots 1 to 5 and frac. lot. 27 and 28,
Sot4tt. f It was ticrmeasd wh e the women at Fort Leavenworth, but The number of alI ns will d young Gladstone Dowie. blk. 151, Belmont Numbering.... 1
S Write Oreever-Lotpelch fg. Co, of corned beef and abbage she was on intimate terms' with Mrr. spend upon the number classes en Hugging Is against the rules, too, Mary F. Gray.......S lot 18 and all lot. 17 and .i. 20 ft.
S atoxville, Tenn. for the liberal prop-' we passed from the head of the Poore, wkom the witness forbade aer tered, but in no case wtifbe less than underr exactly th- same limitations of lot 18, bk. 21, Belmont Num-
i iotn they are making n Bl'e R bl where sat the host. The first to go with, and that she was quite two. Now,theso two embargoes n bering........ .. .. ........ 1
boa Flavortag Extracts for ten la s. ,abte friendly with Mrs. Ryther. whose hu- Classes must be prepared to tak- hey wi he observed rigid by. Gr and W.
I g deal in free goods. plat to make its appearance was band Is one of the correspondents. their places promptly as calll. \An' young people of the new suburb, nievj Plummer.......Lots 12 and 13, blk. 2. Be'mont
b heaped very bigh. It reached a small Wife Payed Church Organ unusual or uncalled for delay ma rthe!es have raised a few doit. Trat ....... .: ............
at Played Church Organ. unusual or uncalled for delay ayoun 2
boy and gt no firter. The president Te major under the rapid-.ire debar a class from partic:pl i%. "For how in the world is a young Irene McGri en .......Its 19 and 20, blk. 81, P Ilmont
The ig Store has tished to express his envy andl disa cross examination of Judge Snmy.-er.l Any protest against any class tor, a man eve r o get a young woman It Numbering.. .. .. .. .....- 2
poitment. brought out the facts that when he! violation of any rule must be nal tt'ro'sted in hbnm enough t,) become e iF. S Haines........It 1! to 29. blk. 40, Belmont Tract
lust received a big "bJhny," exclaimed the boost sharp- married his wife she was a member 'before the awarding of the premiums, gaged at all? said a blooming Zion EmmaIfarvev....... I. blk. 13S, Belmont Numbering 1
aw. "tbat ben't fer you; thet be for the of the Episcopal church an.d that for and 'mis be accompid y a rni Hark. 13, Belmont Numbering
Srf an r." two years at Fort Thomas she played: posit of $5, which will he ri',un. }Houschol of HRuh..Its 1 and 2 blk. 89, Belmont Num-
ip ent of canopy M to the amusement of allthe the t organ at church services, bit tie, : ,'i is sui.'n, ani it .- Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Amds berng...................... 1
o b r 80 A reit stelse tihe rkn of the plateon that he never attended the church, a, sustained, will be forfeitedl to ht.- .\-" Nature. A. .T- Trse..........LoAs 13 to 12, blk. 157, Belmont
SUte bars e e, w e h d the other he didn't consider the chaplain a sociaiun. MOicins th' rid nauroe are at Numbering.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2
IThere wa a moment of doubt. preacher. No fee will be charged for int-rn ways most (,ff,,rtual. Chlnbeprlain'- Mr. LTe A. Johnson. .It 20, bk. 46, Belmont Number-
ch, $1.50; 90 inch u the contest and there is no liniation (',h n,. on p!an. I ins. ....................
Stw n his but with eo lu as to the location of any class. always tht c r v th lunv. Aman. an ar
$ 175. Phone 62, d ry rable de sin t le ned over and spoke Cured of Lame Back After 15 Years lons, an anaiiI natuein rr,,,iniiri n.h .hl Nuibmering. ..................
,1kintod iared. reamtrui ewe th un- of Suffering svsten iota ho, ty condn w, ('!;inton Lewis or
SSO rr i: = B I "I had been troubled with lameback by al drug. Marha A. Lewis..100 ft. S. front by 150 ft. adjoining
Ta c o for fifteen years and I found a corn- Sunday's o.4 West. blk 8', Bel-
W Jhns n & Son y l -ftti.. j plete recovery in the use of Chain- - ont NumhToring............. 1
Cm okelu S berlin's Pain Blmni." says John ( W. Iurton........ots 6 to 8. bik. 35, BelmontTract
Teeeiawerl Oa m ect. e S Bisher. Gillam, Ind. Thiz linimon-- "nknown...........All of blk. 11, B.ln.mzt Number-
Just Received. DaringtexamtoleI o n Amterloan hs- 5 also without an equal for sprains and In.. .............. ....
A full carload of extra fine horses tory in oue at our Mi elty schools the bruises. It is for sal. by ail dru- 11 C. McDavd and
S id mules; can be seen at our stables. questoa was put. "What ws the May- is. L. F. Brooks ......ots 9 and 10. bik. 6l, Belmont Tract
W. R. Taylor, 209 E Garden street. flowerompaet?" This is the thoroh- C.H McCa l.. s an 14 bk. mon
ly logical repi' of =one o Ittle 5 e- 5Fr RI RING UP 66 OR 1187 AND LEAVE Numbring.. ...... .. .. .. .... 2
IF YOU WANT YOUR WINDOWS riv v YOUR ORDER FOR GROCERIES. Tr- n MGreen..... Lots 2, 3 and 4, blk. 4, Blmont Num-
AN DOORS SCREENED IN A "T'e Mcyflower and the Spedwel WEMPTNE WILLS ASDELIVER WIOFO TH r lk....................1um
HURRY, TELEPHONE F. M. WIL- started twgete troRm Ealand, and the A J. E. DUBUISSLN & BRO. nn Mihr. ". W. 4.. F. 3 ,,f -. 75ft ,f lots 1 and 2
IAMS, 802, ONE PING. Speedwell went to pieces and sunk, 2sept3t and of f. I.ot 3 ft:. ;, B!o:mont
---- --and they put all the people Into the H Nu n. /ri,': .
EMPTY BOTTLES. Mayeower, and so the Maytower cornme CHICKEN GUMBO ,tire Moorer.........N 1n. r. ., ...l...n. u..e.. 1
FPIfteen cents per dozen fo:- p cked." ; and Italian Spaeheti at hit 's r,- .. 27. month
*mpty Bosso bottles at Nick', res- ,2 night. Fresh bread on sa.e daily. Tra-.. .. .. .. 4. .. .. ...
t uarant. B t w-.HRY" [ r.. Pacr......... ..4 ...'..ct .o.i1. to 18, Wi. 48.
On lIandtnn In straJhl our h w bee HURRY, TELEPHONE F. M. WIL- <,i( -- ....... to 1 1 a o 1
WM. JOHNSON SON HAVE SE- dstriously collected qantites of an LAMS, 802, ONE RNG.. ........ ....
S- n and IF 'YOU WANT YOUR WINDOWS 1). ..E. 7o f o ,i,,nt by 100 t. On
y rbac howuer cat there I0 0 88 -he-.y .d"g ;, t at.t here

| AMPLE 26aug7t.

nMacola Has Two Kinds

...of leat Markets...

Thrs, wh v0 : .i ;It) ':! p2. '
lean, g;ra-- \,' '.'a i'-
a 'e so .. a: : t' , .1 -
'her> "* .t :i . ;*' -"
fo whaV yo:' % : !,.t :. L tL o

We Strike the
Happy Medium

and give you the bhes western
ineats at ordinary prices. Let
as send your next Sunday's
roet. Phoee 1132.

F. E. Gartland
L Government Street.

was no winter such as we have In
England. it gave up laying In stores.
Its morals are corrupted, for It is no
lor-ger busy. and leads a buttertj It.
-Nature Nots.

"Is he wind due east or due west
today?" asked an evasive credtor by
wa. of changing the subject of hib

"It'E due now, and you'd better bus-
tie to rate It," was the nfeeMng re-
Hi. t
The Count-You do me an injtstice.
I m ino' mercenary. The IHeiress-
No.? T,' ~C,,unt-No. I assure you. It
Is my creditors who are.-New York

A very b-veet man and a very good
Bnole-st'adhi:g may be deceived by i

"He pretends it. love music, but he
never rmks me to sing."
**Perhaps that's his way of proving

There isn't anything in the
world that a man knows as
abiut as a woman knows about
-4JIadepha Record.




5c CIGARS. |


Lewis Bear



Fifteen cents per dozen pi:',l )-r
empty Bosso bott-es at Nicks r.-i-

An Indian Legend.
There was once a man who lived In
the forest far from the rest of his
tribe. Ie loet his wife and was very
lonely. After awhile he made a wood-
ou doll about her size, dressed it in
the clothes she used to weir and set it
tip In front of the fireplace. Then he
felt better. So a year passed away.
One night he came home, and thl-t'e
was his wife sitting in a chair ia plni'e
of the doll. She spoke to hiui. saying,
"The Great Spirit fe!t s,'rry for you, so
be let me come back to set* you. but
you must never touch me, for if 'rou
do you will kill me." They lived th:"
together for a twelvemnontih, but
night he attempted to clasp her in Ihi
ar'.ns. Behold. he was holding a wood-
en doll: Sn did not come to life again,
and he was very unhappy ever after.

The art of putting the right men tn
the right places is the first science of

There is nothing so true that te
dampp of error have not warped It-
I Tupper.

Nanibcrini .. .. .. .. .. .. ....
Ii. Perry............40' ft. .n ('oyle ,.y '. i ,)Cr. S. of N. 110
P. f. Ilk. Bo, 1., o m- t: Number!,: T....
W. E. :tummer...... 23 to 2C, blk. 3, Blont
The Time to Fill Tract.. .. ... ...... .......... 2,
SE. T Purcell........Lots '23 and 21, 11lk. 4), B month t
Your Ch a ra ... ..................
Yo r ihin Mlnni Riv rs.. .. VW -712 ft. of !'1;t 1 )to 2'i, blk 27,
HeX T B n ,i- nl Tra. t . .. . . ....
Sl Nan R.v ..... !.o 26, bk. 87. I Closet is No -r PF. f .... A-ll k. 107, 1;, :ioat Nimbeiing..
m;- .f .,!.Ino. D. tRobinmn. .W. 75 ft. of E. 15') ft. on G;rrv by
4J We're mighty anxious to get .ri' lr f. ,oep, ,k. s-a, '- 7) -kt .N,:m-
of hundreds of dainty pieces of fancy rancs R,,rs... .Los3 a 4, btk. Be nt Num-
china just now, in order to clear the ,.ring.. ............ ....
way for others now on the Steamer r'h!ar:o*n S-'ne.... Lot 19. bik. l, Iolnont Nunmbring
I M a-\- rS,, .......... IX)t 5, b;.:< ,I. B....-t. ,--;: .t: -;ng
from Et"L7-. '', ly-k.N .rng
rom Europe. Mary A. sTrni,...... .L. s 11 to "3, ibk. 119, BI ,ny ." t i.f. NI,-
C It signals your opportunity to fill .\ F. Thomas ........ 21 ar I bk. VI,, Be'n',at
your china clc et or sideboard at T ...... .. .. .. .. ........

a genuine savirg--or secure a gift
for a future bride-to-be at less than
regular price.
C Don't aliow the "proferionaTl bargain
hunters to grab all then choice things-we
don't advertise for their benefit-but it'f
first cr.:e', ir- rved" here.


e Dealer


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13. C. Tun in ........ i n..rc-s- a W 1' ft. of S. 100 t. :ot
29. K!k. 21. elm',nt Numbering.. 1I
W. T. Watrs ........E ft ct : 19, bik. 79, B, .mnt
N;ni;,, r.n. ................... 23
H. A. Waters........Lot 1C, blk S4, Belmont Numln-i-:ag.. 28
11. F. Wobb......... LIrs 19 and 20. )Ik. 4,. Be:mon Tract
Lidia Willis .........I r.' 6 and 7. b.k 8, Behnoait Tract..
Oliver White....... Lots 1 and 2, bik. 41, Le:mnt Num-
bering... .. .......... .. . 1
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berln .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 19

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]I[,. MA!, e (mmal MaLn. Name. Description.

_-- i" Unknown...........Lots 1S and 19, blk. 92, Belmont Num-
Cm lIOi RATUL U bering.......... .. ......
Unknown........... 18, blk. 136, Belmont Numbering
SG.. *s ...******* Unknown...........A!l fractional blk. 137, Belmont
-11861"..I. ..o_ l_ 2o Ou tWeek........... 00 Numbering................
n- ft.... 1 Weekl, Ritio1 yar.$1 O Buckner Chipley.... Lot 8, blk. 40, Belmont Tract.. ....
U nknown.......... .ots tr and 10, blk. 86, Belmont Num-
bering.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...s.
.I-osephine Abdclkada.Lot 15, blk 132, New City........
'L* PV -AOOLA WEWPAPER FROM WHICH A DETAILiD .Tohn H. Alexander..ILots 5 to 6, blk 225, New City......
I, -GRFROM HICHN E6TLIo .0Uis J. Al ford ...... Lots 16 and 17, blk 160. New City.,
SG ,LATIAON STA IM-ENT AN E SEUREMrs. Banks. 1Banks ;s 14 to 18 bik 218, New Cty....
Wmn. Bentley........Lot 16. bik. 14, New City.... .. ....
Sus Bt Gornmeat ftL L. lkley............Lots 4 an" 5 and E 30 ft 26. blk 92,
I Tl-ON&M 8aL [ New City .... .... .. .. ......
L ------ IL. ole .............Lots 5 and 6. blk 312. New City.......
IV. I#Bloiint ....... Lot 7. blk 36, Nt.w City............
SAT URDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 2, 1905. C. L. F iock ....... Lots 1 and 12. blk 129. New City..
Thos U~N< le.........A.. l of blk 236. New City............'
...... ---tv -ON IN9,e1 W i ard. hlsiness confidence in the city B. H. Burton........El Lot 13 and all 11 and 12, blk 27,
Sbound to hak If New City ................
isWHEREbound to ,- TO BE FOUNshaken If the news- Les,,E. Brooks ....S 37 ft of 8 to 10. blk 44. New City..!
TWH ERE T u 1Na papers are enable to.) maintain their Unknown .... ......Lot 6. bik 132. New City............
S The Pesoola Journal is on regular appearance. confidence i ,lizabeth Connell ...Lot 15. bk 147, New City.........
Sale a' the following places in sure to be in:p'red. Mrs. J. B. Church ...Lots 4 to 6. blk 19. New City......
t the city: The newspapers and the business J. R. Caro ..........Lots 17 and 18, blk 104. New City..
he t:men New C. Crlson ..........!.ot 19, blk 125, New City...........
SotOrea.s hae made a L M. Davis........N 60 ft of G 120 ft of Lots 10 to 12, blk
Depot News ta r most creditaLe' showing, and their 338 New City........ ...
Qn Bem Sto re. efforts will do more to maintain eon- J. M. Dailey.........Lot 6. blk 81, New Cit: ............
Lewis House. fldence in the buusincss stability of C. A. D'Alemberte...Lot 11, bik 128. New City.............
Merchao t Hotel. the c:v annl in the faith which her C. !Jorsey ..........Lots 6 to 15, bik 349. New City.......
.. W .Hotel. Wm. Dule ..........Lot 3. blk 18, New City.............
Th o n .s Book Sto own pc ple have in it than any other Jas. England. Jr ....Lot 10, blk 131. New City..........
I Wag.nd loe Cream Parlor. ." means which could be revised. Mrs. G. Everett..... S part of Lots 14 to 16, blk 13, New.
6 Wagenheim'a New Stand. City................ ..
Walkers' Book Ste. A Tampa Comment Wm. FP'lher ........ E% of blk 351, New City..........
0 Wni. Fisher......... Lot 9, blk 356. New City ............
*#9##t-##9 fW#* F-'4Wf##*# on the Pensacola Cases, :- Fitzpatrick ...Lots 11 and 12, blk 154, New City..
John B. Griffin ...... lot 13. blk 308, New City............
N AIn reference to the yellow fever Harry Goode........Lot 18, blk. 15, New City..........
WOIN AWAY? cases in Pensacola. the Tampl Trib- John Goldstucker .. .Lat 13 and W% Lot 12, blk 51, New
Snr vyeste have he Pensacola n says: ity ........ ............
..J.-. Islow y". Notify circula- With tne proper quarantine res.tric- Julia Henderson .... Loi. 17. blk 15, New City...........
tien rwwger, Phone S, tons, the Tribune sees no reason Bi.nj. Hilton........All blk 333, New City.............
why tht fever should not be confined: Wm. Holder..........Lot 4, blk. 224, New City.. .. .. ..
to Pensacola. and' stamped out there. Kate Kelly.......... N part of Lots 14 to 10, blk 13. New
A S~a DluaUqTlt almost a- quick-ly and succe-sfully as City ........ .. .. .. .... ..
the one imported case in West Tam- A. R. Jones..........Lots I and 2. hlk. 105, New City....
Ci Tax List This Year. pa was stamped out. 'Aaron Johnson......E 10 ft Lot 7. all 8, N 30 ft of j, blk
'The unfortunate feature of thel 14. New City ..... .... .. ...
The Journal publishes the list of matter is that the fever should havelAaron Johnson...... lot 15. bik 17, New City..........
delinquent city taxes for 1904 this again appeared in Florida The merelJas. A. Johnson..... Lot 6, blk 25, New City............
corning and it is one of the smallest fact that it is in the state will have a Robt. Lewis ........}t#s 6 and 7, blk 154. New City.....
lsts which has ever been advertised bad effect upon the epitire state. Let Unknown .......... W108 ft of N SW corner Romana and
This demonstrates two things: it he hoped that Dr. dPortr anon' hisl Cevallos, blk 1. New City .. .. .,.
Stat oe have been in an 'sis:ants will be as successful a:t H. H McLellan ......E 32% Lot 4 and W 33 Lot 5, blk 83,
AIrMt, that people have been in an Pensacola as they have been here, New City ................
nanriually prosperous condition andm Meanwhile. it is "iterestmg Io ast N. C. MeMillan .....Lot 17, blk 13, New City..........
have paid their taxes more promptly what the doctors of Pensacola were N. C. McMillan .....Lot 4, blk 15, New City ............
than usual this year; and second.l idng while thco e four or five cascsi N C. McMillan......Lots 5 to 8, blk. 320, New City ......
that Tax Coleors Oerting and iere developing in 'heir city. WereS R M alloryv
that Tax Colleotors Oer-ing and asleep or only ignorant? "R 'al
Waiting have been vigilent in the ~ and E. C. Maxwell.Lot 1, blk. 69, New City...........
citing have been vigilent In For the information of our contem- S. R. Mallory
performance of their 'utles. porary we may say that the three and E. C. Maxwell.Lots 2 and 3, blk 69, New City......
The list of delinquent taxes llcases to which it refers were of a I. Mitchell .........Lots 15 and 16, blk 308, New City..
be published weekly for four weeks so mild that no physician was Salhe Moore........Lot 14, blk 7, New City.......
and all property on which the taxes and it wa only afterth Peacola Lna
4re not paid b therst Mndaial and t was on a r e pa- and Imp. Co......TLots 11 to 20. blk. 209, New CitY',..,
e not paid b the rst onday tents, all Greeks. became convales- Alex Plummer......6 150 ft L-t 1. blk 26, New City.....,
October-will, on that diay. be sold to cent that they were discovered. Had Wmi. Purdy.........Lots 19 and 20, blk 175, New CiMy..
the highest bidder. II your taxes, i not been for the vigilence of the M. F Perkins.......1,at 7. blk 305. New City...........
have not been paid you have only health authorities, these three cases Della Renza ..........Lots 12 and 13. blk. 128, New City..
tis moth to pay them to proven alth authorities these there ase R. P. Reese.........Lots 16 to 20, blk 180, Nbw Cityj...
the property being sol fortaxevent. would probably never her'e been Ss- Lusti Rivers.......Lots 5, 6 and 7 and N part Lot 8, blk
petaxesred. 9. N"w City..........
The call made by Governor Cox, of __ J:;a Roach......... : 15. blk 7, New City ............
R. 11. Sanford........Los 19 and 20, blk 129, New City..
Tennessee. for a convention of the re Jou aI P inted OUr- G M S'ilars........ !t 13. blk 82, New City.........
governors and commercial bodies of Ing A gst, 1905, a 1 W.V Spencer....... lots 3 and 4. blk 199, New City........
the South to be held for the discus-, Gccrgi, Smith......Lots 19 and 20. blk 260. New City..
en a umhtfortn quaraneline and iu- TeOai Or J. R. Siges..........I.' 1 to 5, blk. 175, New City.
sn ration law iform exactly n line with m- Loia Tate ..........Wi Lots 8, 9 and 10, blk 108, New
nt. ..tion law is exactly !n line with;'
public sentiment anil over the Soli h Est. Walter Tate....Lots to 10 nd11, and E t 12,
at this The convention should, blk 213, New City .. .... ......
hk, held and :he subj.;e( should be so; Mrs. E. Urch........W 37 ft of 9 74 ft Lots 8 to 10, blki
forcefully prespent:ed t, congress whn, COPIES 44 New City.. ..............
that body meets ir. LDcember that a ret t 'rch ....... L 12, 1.1k 106. New City .... .....
uniform law of some kind will be en- an ver e h. ('. Watson & Co.los tlk 17. bk 114. New City..
r Thlos. C. Watson & Co.Lois 1 to 5 and 16 to 20, blk 273,
-- New City ... ...... .... .. ..
S siness Confidence DAILY T(,s. C. Watson & Co. E .2. ft Lots 1 to 4, blk 64, New
S( i y .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..e..-
I.p,.,f;nain. d. The folowinl figures show The Pen Virginia E. Walker... Lot 1 and W 24 ft .Lot 2, blk. 42, New
If 'h 're i" one fhing above all pe sa o.-C. ,vals 'i n f',: ea City .. .. .. ... ... ... .. ... ... ...
eIber about he people i of New Or- t rig the month of August. .05, Iiia Watson .......Lots 5 and 6. bk 305, New City....
thrs about h people of New Or- t, avrna i number r ,: copies Mrs. M. E. Wright ..lits 11 to 20. blk 4. New City......
deans, which stands o-:t in h~od re- ',-: Mr M. E Wrieht .],ots 16 to 20, blk 2. New City......
lief just at th,. : nu., it 's th- splen August 1 4.350 August 16 4,800 Kl'' T.L W ison ..... I.ot 8,. lk 154. NPw City..........
.id front wich *h r put ,:p whi2 in August 2 4.400 August 17 4,800 a w1 '.i. ......Lo 2. blk 15, New City. ...........
the n-idst of h,, ':-" vcr so ur' Au.ust 3 4.335 August 18 4,800 D. l:, ll- '.. .....I.nt .3 to ,5, bhIlt; .30OS. Now City....
the idst of "1-. .r e .uc.August 4 4.400 Aucus 19 4.800 V !', \ .,......I L ,, 1 t) 18. >lk 319. New City.....
Per years o-i "h. 'st day f S.- Angyu: 5 4,350 Aegast 20 5.250 WVi':' Willia:vs. .... I. l)'i: 22. New City.. .........
tenrn' -. 'he rhc'y n". and the T;ulk 2., New City..
Demrrocra: : r :: ha',' !:.<..edi August 7 ... August 22. 4.800 ii F. W\Vis. ......... 1. 11. l1lk 7. New Ci'y............
what Ir .... ;'*- ann. *ra 1. August S .503 August 23 4,800 '--. V'ri~-. ...Lo. /t 8. blk 22. New City...........
wha; *. ,.. .n an':;,n 'ra/ August 9 4.230 Au ust 24 4.650 \':, Wx. ,;. ..Lo.. t 1. blk 372. New City...........
editikn .. '::,: r., :.a:on of the August -. '9 August 25 4.300 "C (. Yion'. N,. 2... i,ots 15 and 16, blk 320. New Lity....
busi, .- at';':: '.no f the pr,- August *' 4 u23 August 26 4.800 l'- ,:':,n ..........IAo: 26S. lk 30. New City............
ceditae f'sca v, :-'.: a s','"m ;.; Augujt . August 27 5.200 I'--kn ,vtn ..........Lot 6. lk 7. New City................

busines- pr'o '' -''- 'l. ,.<* ":' : Autust 13 5.)30 August 28 .... n wn ...........I)t ,. ;lk 21. N-'w City..............
i jI -: I poIz' '.... t 1 .... Augjst 29 4.800 V nnowv,n ..........Lot 7. 1,!k 231, New City. ............
,uw* a ..' t 15 4600 August 30 4800 :Uninown ..........Lo's >6 to 20, l>.k 336. New City....
..rr" August 31 5.000 wkn(<:v.n .......... Lots 1 to 5. blk 357. New City.......
lwav. borr .- ompr, hensiv'e.' Tot for the month......127.335 Un',twn ..........Lots 16 and 1f. blk 357. New City....
sa. Compp' r.-. hav any Average per day ........ 4.716 S .M. Cross.........2'.. Arpents NY1 of ulk. E, Maxent
been r ia d v uh surnass the cdi- I. Tract.. .. .. .. ............ '
tio n -c- e 1o. i I -hb-e'y c" that ',? above 'aWe m. Fisher...........Lots 1 to 3, fract. E. of Donaldson
tion . *' -or't *ac": ".n to the rec- street and wett of Donallson line
From t: *ra-.l edItions f yes-. 4erdsa. no ,--e w::;d 4magin thai FlRFi' A. SWEET, Win Fisher .........Ff:- *,o-l,1 lot 11 to 14 ana' 37 to 39,
7t "a '.i ,': t:hr! has b -." i w .rci ag,:: 'h iucroar, .. -" : b beforee me 'ri. Fisher. Trustoo.1.. :. 5. l>;k 200. Ma ant Tract ,
.er,. nf *r,- e- this .a Airucu. 1903.. Mrs. Mary Klleke!ly.W SO ft of N 12"3 ft NW cor. blk 11,
'"ic L s h-. ,,.r ^ Fh Maxont Tract.. .. .. .. .. .. ..
ich hr-..f......... .n ., ". ol': ul I Mrs. Mary Killckel'y.S 30 ft orfN 135 ft of W 120 ft blk 11,
fe a: ann .'-c":.,- .. ar- Maxant Tract .... ............
The N'ev -:,:1 patrt ha've .s T.Thnson... ..W 5 ft Dot 23. blk. 10, Maxant Tract ,
ma1e a t art.e'nt :'v :--.. :0;: ":h a T XlSUND AYV C. W. Johnson.... E 125 ft Lot 32 and of 22% Lot 23, blk
g wonw has onN'Ae -. -:': : b I LA 10. Maxant Tract .. ...... .. .
thte en:crl-i-e n' ': e;" F. B. Lee...........Lot 14. blk 109. Maxant Tract.........

besitess men ef 1n"d -wa; s. T ^llBI-----
b;in(ss m: ra -.- e'::cr hc:: ar

these ;ry::n c. rcu.- s:accs. for ",(p-
Mg a s :ff up;'e I0 and rating c(a a,
oeld frcn:, and .' i. 'so realize that

the appearance of the newspapers

e otIer way to do it. SHERLOCK HOLMES,
the newspapers fall below stand- Th Greatest Detective of Fiction.,

E Ma'o;ney..........IA-ts 21 and 22. blk 6. Maxant Iract
J.-e Nicholas......Lots 14 and 15. blk. 113, Maxant Tract
Margaret Swaine.. .Lots 31 and S2 and E. 50 ft. Lots, 34
and 35. blk. 11. Maxant Tract ....
D. rale Wilson.....Lot 13. blk 13. Maxant Tract........
Unknown.........Lots 31 to 34, blk. 87, Maxant Tract..
Unknown ..........E 10 ft Lot 21 and all Lots 22 to 27,
blk 87. Maxant Tract .. .......
Unknown ..........Lots 17 and IS. blk 113. Maxant Tract
W. J. Bicker........ W% of lot 340, blk. 19. Old City....
L. Boley............All lot 245, Kxc. B. 50 ft. of 8. 160 ft.
blk. 31, Old City.. .. .. .. .. ..
Thos. DeLahunt.....N. 40 ft. of lot 246, blk. 13, Old City..
Mrs. Belle Grant..... W% lot 203, blk. 25, Old City......
M. A. Griffin........Lot 145, blk. 20, O1 City........
B. Larcum..........8. 40 ft. Arpeat lot 73, Old City.......
Louisville & Nashville
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City...... ... ... ... .......
H. M. McArthnr..W. 100 ft. of N. 120 ft. lot 73. Arpent
Old City. .. . .. .... ........
Est. A. McGee.......E2 lot 326, blk. 31, Old Ci:y........
C. R. Magee........ .N% lo; 32S. bk. 21, Old City.. .. ..
Est. Eben Moreno. ..Lot 374. cemetery lots. Old City
Etffe McDonald Rivers N. 7) ft. lets 312 and 343, blk. 20,
Ol0 City. . . . . . . . . . .
Dora Rcsiquee........W', lot 150, blk. 1. 01' City.......
Jane Scholls........N. 46 ft. of S. s1 ft. of E. 168 Arpent
lot 84, Old City. .. .. .. .. ..
D. D. Shuttleworth..N % lot 297, Bik. 17, Od1 City......
D. D. Shuttleworth..W % lot 367, blk. 2.',. (O', City.......
i Frank Touart...... .Wi lot 326. blk. 21, Old City ....
Mitchell Touart .... lot 330, blk. 21. Old City.. .. .. ....
MIrs. Joe Wyer..... Lot 1S3, blk. 27. Old City.. .... .....
Unknown.........Ej1 lot 397 (cemetery lots). Old City..
Rev. J. A. Bansen...ILots 273, Old City. ... .... ....
Rev. J. A. Bnasen ...Lo's 393 and Wi, of 2.94 anI of 397,
Old City. .. .. .. .. .. .... ..
C. Corner.......... .I t 5, l:k. 33. DaI':' s Tra't..........
'st. M. A. Caro.... .Lots 2, 3 and 5 to 7. bik. 3S, Dallas

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Coner and
Kupfrian.......... .Lot 3, blk. 11, Dallas Tract........ 27
G. A. Eggart........Lots 7 and 8. llk. 2!, Dallas Tract.. 27
.1. F. O'Shanghnessy Lots 2 to 4. blk. 73, Dal'a-. Tract .... 27
Tienrietta Parker.... L 1) !... 11, Dallas Tract........ 27
Mat. Adam Thompson Lot 2. blk. 18,. Calas Tract.. .. .. .. 27
Unknown............S. ,0 ft. lot 4, blk. 52. l' a'ias Tract .. 27
Maria Baccus.......Lot 6, blk. 3. Doneldson Tract......
Wm. Fisher.........Lots 1 to 7, blk. 45. Donelson Tract..
Mrs. L. Gasseman..W. 10 ft. lot 6 and all of lot 7, blk. 47,
Donelson Tract ... .... ...
Margaret Kelly...... N. 140 ft. of lot 11. blk. 2, Donelson
Tract....... .. ... .. .. ..
Florence Joseph.....Lot 9, blk 34, Donelison T:-act..
Jos. Licata.. ........8. 27 ft. of ,N. 127 ft. of E. 80 ft., blk
3. Donelt-on Tract. .. .. .. ..
N. C. McMillan..Lot 8 and E1 lot 9, blk. 43, Doneldson
T ract.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ....
E. Maloney..........S. 38 ft. lots 38 and 39 and N 2 ft. let
21, blk. 38, Doneldson Tract ....
Thos. P. Maloney... .N. 47 ft. lots 3S and 39, blk. 38, Don-
eldson Tract...... .. .. .. ..
J. E. Strazziula.......E. 33 ft. of S. 125 lot .17, blk. 3, Don-
eldson Tract.. .... .. .. .. ....
Chas. Vanmetre.....E% lot 25 and all 26, blk. 46, Donel-
son Tract...... .... .. .. ...
M. M. Caro........50 ft. W. front, 6 ft. going S. and 150 ft
deep, blk 109 Petterson Addition 40
E. H. Hogshead. .Lots 7 and 8, blk 98, 'etterson Addition 40
Mrs. Marinovich.....Lots 11 and 12, blk. 85, Petterson Ad-
dition.. .. .... .. .. .. .. . 40
John H. Johnson.....lLots 21 and 22, blk 26. Water Front
A. Lischkoff.........Lots 7 and S and 17 anfi 18 and parts
3, 4, 5 and 6., blk. 28 Water Front
A. Lischkoff........Lots 7 and 8 and 17 and 18, blk. 31,
Water Front. .................
A. Lischkoff........Parts lots 2, 3 and 4 blk. 38, Water
Front........ .. ... .. ......
ino. Martin..........Part B" blk. 32, Water Front......
r. H. Woodard......Part lots 8 .ad 9. blk. 3 Water Front
q. M. Avery.........N of lot 16. all of 6 to 15, blk 83,
West King Tract........ .. .. 28
E. C. Allen..........Lot 7. blk. 43, Wc:t King Tract.... 28
Burke Bardwell... .Lots 5 and 6. blk. 42. Wezt Kir-' Tract 29
Robt. Burnett........Lot 13, blk 65. West King Tract ... 28
Chalotte Buttler......W. 28 ft. of lots 1 to 5, blk. 116,
West King Tract.... ........ 28
B. M. and A. Betts...Lots 7 and 8. blk. 16. West Bing Tract 28
L. Boley.. .. .. ....Lot 1, blk 85, West King Tract....... 28
0. Chestnut......... Lot 19 blk. 119, West King Tract.... 28,
David Crockett... .Lots 19 and 20, blk. 4, West King Tract 28
Florence Crockett. ...W. 60 ft. of East 120 ft. of blk. 117,
West King Tract...... ...... 28
A. F. Davidson......Lot 5. blk. 53, West King Tract....... 28
YCarrest E. Dean.....S. 122 ft. of lot 24 and E 35 ft. of lots
1 to 4, blk 124, West King Tract.. 28
E. J. Frederick...... Lots 13 and 14, blk. 12, West King
Tract.... .... ... .. .. .... 28
Wm. Fisher.........Lot 17, blk 31. West King Tract.... 28
Susie Fountain ... .Lots 9 and 10, blk. 27, West King Tract 28
Hal Garrison......Lots 12 to 17, blk. 116, West King Tract 28
ft. A. Gaml!n.........N"W,, blk. 147. West King Tract.... 28
J. Golson...........Lots 6 to 11 anl E. 100 ft. Lots 13
to 16, blk 21. West King Tract.. 28
E H. Hansley.......All of lot 5 and 30 ft. of 1 to 4 begn-
ning 60 ft. E. of SWI of blk. and
N. 137 ft 10 inches of lot 24, blk.
124, West King Tra(t.. .... .. .. 28
J. W. fryer..........E 65 ft Lots 1 to 4, blk 69. West King
Tract.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... 28
!ink Hamilton......Lot 5, blk. 4. West King Tract.... 28
Alice R. Kelly......Lot 3, blk 40. We-t King Tract....... 28
Annie Ishan........All blk 95, King Tract....... 28
Geo. Johnson.......Lot 9, blk 87, WeVt King Tract.... 28
Gco. Johnson .......Lot 10, L:k 87. West King Tract.... 28
1,. J. Johnson .......Lot 4 going E sub-division of NW/4
blk 56, West King Tract......... 28
iernry Lewis........W 30 ft of SWi,, blk 56, West King
Tract .. .. .. ... .. .. . .. 28
J. J. McCaskill .....Lots 13, 14 and 15, bik 58. West King
Tract .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 28
.'. H. McCaskill..... Lot 2 going E snul-division NWtj, blk
C5. West King Tract.. .. .. .. .... 28
. McAnley.........W 100 ft of NW%' bik 57, West King
Tract .. .................28
;-rneMcGreen......Lots 14 and 15. blk 22. West King
Tract ...... .. .... .. .. ... .28
i: ue McGrccn......W 180 ft N'2, and 120 ft of S blk
145, West King Trat .... ...... 28
1. M. McMillan..... Lots 21 and 2., blk 5., West King
Tract ... . . . . ..... .. . 28
ni :,;lia:ns...... E i' blk. 149 West King Tract....... 28
. V. Marshall..... I.)t 10, blk 43, West. King Tract>... 28
TI.'lnrJd Merritt....W ;;o ft Lots 1:o 4, blk 64, West. King
Tract ... ... .. .. .. .. .. . 28
.'. C. Morr:s....... Lots 21 and 22, b!k 60, Wc.t King
Tra t ..... ..................28
,V. E. Plummner..... Lo:s 1 zha 17, blk 28.. West King
Tract ...... ..................28
'.obinron & Jones. .Lots 12 to 23. blk 44. Wc .ian. Roberts........Lot 21, lIlk. 84. West King Tract .. .. 28
\lrxtlanford.......Lots 7 and 8, blk 28, Wst King Tract 28
Jake Simon.........E 60 ft of E 60 ft of W 180 ft of N,
blk 117. West Kin Tract .. .... .. 28
\Wm. Smith..........S. blk 141. West King Tract.... .. 28
Lartherine Stokes...W 30 ft of N 110 ft of NE4, blk
5;, West King Tract ...... .. .. 28
WV. H. Scott........ W' blk 168. West King Tract.... 28
A. B. Thompson .... .Lots 16 and 17, blk 19, West King
Tract ...... .. .... .... ..... 28
Mrs. W C. Vancll ..Lot. 3. blk 22. West King Tract...... 28
Tihos. C. Watson & Co.1 to 12 andl 16 to 24, blk 106, West
King Tract . . .. . . .. .. 28
C. L. Wiggins.......L>t i1, blk 39, West King Tract.... 28
C. L. Wiggins......E 90 ft Lots 6 to 10. blk 41, West King

09 Tract .. .. .. .. ... ... . .
72 W. A. Wood........Ln t 21 and 22. blk 97, West King
93 Tract . .. . ... . .. .. ..
Est. H. S. Waters...Lot 2., Pettersen div., blk 22, West
2; King 'rect .... . .... ........
79 P. K. Yonge, Trustee.L.I/'s 18 to 23, blk 12, West King
29 Tract ...... .... .. .. .. .
P. K. Yonge, Trustee.Lots 19, 20, 21, 22, blk 64, West King
08 Tract .. . . . . . . . .
79 C. C. Yonge, No. 2..NW' blk 98, West King Tract....
27 Unknown ..........Lot 22, blk 11, West King Tract.... I
Unkown ..........Lot 20, blk 25, West King Tract....
30 Unknown .........Lot 18. blk 37, West King Tract ....
g2 Unknown ..........E 50 ft of W 90 ft of NU4, blk 5?,
05 West King Tract .. .... ....
$4 Unknown ..........Lot 3, blk 93, West King Tract.... I
So0 Urknown .........Fractional block 127, West King Tract
Mary 0. Tate........ Lots 9, 10, 13, 14 and 16, blk 30, Weal
Jug Tract ..*. ... .. ....

3 48

2 57

2 30

2 30

2 30

2 30
2 30
2 30
2 30
2 30

2 49
1 29

1 04

3 08
4 08
2 26

2 30 14 11

2 30 2 59

2 30 4 86

2 30 4 35

2 30 6 65

2 30 118

2 30

2 30

1 69

2 57

1 04
5 34-

2 57

2 1I

5 74
3 57

L 30 2 2Z
3 30 4 20

2 30 7 90

2 30 1 12

2 30 4 35

2 30 2 70

1 41
1 61

1 56

2 "
834 AiYNUm.S~

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vi~r VIt? Don'I you kfow dmiAm'rs
ito VaieneI wmanwh~um~eakit IL

Superior Court in and for said taM
ar.:' C,'n'y, personally appeared J..
'rnithwicl:. kwirn to me to be the 3-
divi(!ial defscrbfd by that name, aI ".J
acknowledged that he executed t d
foregoing instrument for the au
purposes therein set forth.L
Given under my hand and seM l
clal this 2nd day of Au#s4t, A. D.
R. O. OhBA,
Clerk Superior Cowt.
Commission expires Jan. lst, 19f.

Whet Your Appet

and then come to
the Old Reliable







Description zor
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Notice is hereby ghien that the
plication for these 1 ters patent
be made to the Governor of the St
of Floriaa. at TallahassMee, on TuW
day, September 12, 1905:
The undersigned subscribers
hereby make application for leMWM
patent, incorporating us and earfat
plates into a corporation t I co
ance with the laws of Florida, ade
the following charter:
1. The name of the corporatnU
shall be Ye'low Pine Land CompD"Se.
and its place of business, Penscahe,
2. The general nature of the b*-
ness to be transacted shall be the
h'ying and selling of land. the mUsa'
f;icturing of naval stores, lumber a"
other wood products, the buying a4
selling of merchandise. ana' the doi
of all things ineltlntal to said bwl-
iess, and the acquisition, holding, --
and disposition of all property. real
and personal, which may be necessary
or convenient for the carrying out W0
said purposes.
3 The amount of the capital stork
,hall be two hundred and fifty thot-
-and dollars ($250.00n.00). divided into
shares of one hundred abllara
($100.00) each, and shall be payable IA
cash upon the call of the directors.
4. The said corporation shall exist
for ninety-nine c99) years from tb%
date of granting letters patent to It.
5. I'hq business shall be conducted
by a board of seven or less directeU,
as provided by the by-laws; a pr-T-
dent. one or more vice-presidents, as
provided by the by-laws, and a seem
tary-treasurer. The directors shall be
elected annually at the meeting Of
the stockholders to be held on the
second Wednesday in October, ad
the officers shall be elected by the
board of directors at a meeting to be
held on the same (lay. Until the Ort
election, W. C. Vereen shall be presi.
(ldent, J. R. Saunders, Mrt vice-preal-
dent, J. H. Smithwick. second vie-
president, and M. E. Wilson, s We-
tary-treasurer; and W. C. VereeL.-J.
R. Saunaers, J. H. Smithwick, H. L
Covington,-J. G. Paee, W. H. Barber
an(i C. M. COvington. shall constitute
the board of directors
6. The highest amotat Inadebted-
ness to which the coer"sImla..4 -
any time subject itself b I ve s
hundred thousand dollars (PW,*
7. The names, residences M4
amounts subscribed for by each sb-
scriber, are as follows:
W. C. Vereen, Moultrie. Ga.,
1200 Shares ........... $1,i A
J. H. Smithwick, Moultrte,
Ga., 50 Shares........... .M*A.9
W. H. Barber, Moultrie, Ga.,
500 Shares.............. 50,00O*
J. L. Saunders, ePensatcoia,
Fla., 200 Shares.......... 20,.1
H L. Covington. Pensacola,
Fla., 250 'Shares ........ 5,00&
J. G. Pace, Pensacola, Fla.,
50 Shares .............. 6,0.NW
C. M. Covington, Pensacola,
Fla., 250 Shares........ 326,9 0

Total Shares 2500........$260.0e0.
In witness whereof the before men-
tioned subscribers have beruimto
signed their names.
W. C. V MERJ ,
J.' aAUDca

State of Florida. County of lbcaela.
Before the subscriber, a notary pub-
lie in and for said State and Commty,
personally apre ared. J. R. Saunders
H. L. Covtniron, J. G. Pace and C. A.
Covington, known to me to be the
Individuals described by said names,
and acknowledged that they exeeWted
the foregoing instrument for the uses
and purposes therein set forth.
Given under my hand and seal oi.
cial, this 28th day of July, A. D. 19 N .
Notary Public.
Commission expires Feby. 24, 19W.

State of Georgia, County of Colquitt
Before the subscriber, a notary pub-
lic in ana' for said State and county,
personally appeared W. C. Vereen and
W. H. Barber, known to me to be tbe
individuals described by said ame
and acknowledged that they executed
the foregoing instrument for the u-
and purposes therein set forth.
Given under my hand and seal o
c!al this 31st day of July, A. D IN "
W. S. S9T0~hS.
Notary PuMt.
Commission expires March 1, 1IN,

State of Georgia, County of Colqlitt.
Before the subscriber, Clerk of (e '


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Died of Heart Disease While on a!
..Visit to Friends in Richmond,
Virginia. !

Val. H. Wright a prominent young
business man of this city, and a n.em-
her of the firm of the W. B. Wrignht
Co., expired suddenly Thursday after-
noon in Richmond, Va.. to which place
he had gone some time since on aa
Deathwas due to heart disease and
relatives here were ihnmedlately na-
tifled by wire of the same.
SMr. Wr'ght was ro all with whom he came, in contwur.
IHe was worslipfui master of;
bia Lodge, No. 15, F. & A. M.. and had;
held that high office in masonic cir-
cles for nea:1y a year.
The deceased had not been ill for'
any length of time, though his health i
before his departure was not good,'
and that was one of the reasons that,
he left here for Richmond.
W. B. Wright, brother of the de-
ceased, left here yesterday for Rich-
mond to accompany the remains to
i Pensacola, where the interment will
be made by the Masonic lodge.
Mr. Wright leaves a large number
of relatives and a host of friends to
mourn his loss. As yet the date an'i
hour of the funeral has not been
Fifteen cents per dozen paid for
empty Bosso bottles at Nick's res-




SMRS. T. E. ROBERTS. To the Citizens of New Orleans:
MR ROBERT. BRAVE DECATUR. In conformity with the urgent request of the Marine Hospital sur-
( E V Iq k _ Mrs. T. E. Roberts, a most estim- 1geon in command, and on behalf of the volunteer ward organization,
A SF lady, passed away yesterday a~ t IPe--aek. your representatives, I earnestly recommend a general f tion o
her home, after an illenss extending 'Trlpellttn Vesnel. houses, stores, office buildings, factories, and eve-y harboring place of
C AR over a pld of several weeks. Sh1 Gardner W. Allen In his book, "Our the mosquito on Saturday, Aug. 26, so generally adopted as a halt hali-
o tm f First Pa.) weeks. where he was working In a was s rounded by friends and rela- Gary and A l iso dy n onSudy the 27thtr e the cas
printing office. On Weanesday, the tires when death occurred, and many, tells the old otry o how Commodore convenient day.
-- e to the people of Pen- rd, he came to Pesaola and wa persons will learn o her ath wit ell old tory o Commodoe Your attention is called to the directions issued by Dr. H. white,
003 employed in the Burrow printer, y uch regret.ephten Decatur, titi a lieutenant t indorsed by Dr. John Guiteras.
b tar as spiclous cases are con- where he remained until Saturday, Mrs. Roberts has been a resident of the United States navy nttackd a Free sulphur will be furnished from this office to those unable to
insd, yea will have to get this In- the 27th, when he was taken ll. Dr. Pensacola for nearly a quarter of a Tripolltan vessel. The incident occur- buy it. This sulphur will be delivered to the ward organizations on
foritloa from Dr. Porter. He re- Dewberry was called, and had been century, and has been residing with red In 1S04, when Preble yia lying off a requisition signed by the president or chairman, and these ofcers
syell reports sad will give you all of treating the case, Thursday he call- relatives. She was a devoted Chris-, Tripoli. Young Decatur had been told are urged to send for their supplies as soon as possible, and t, adver.
4th is 11F t4- M ed in Dr. Guiteras for his opinion as t'an and Is the widow of the Rev. Asa that the captain of this vessel had Utse the place of its distribution. Respectfully,
Dr. Por AoP bey. to the disease, as It 'resented suspi-. Roberts. who died in Mobile. i treacherously murdered hi brother, BFVERNUEY WARNER, General SupertntendknL
or c*- lo r o ious a symptoms. Yesterday the ex- Death occurred about 10 o'clock, John Decatur, aftr e had sur dered
Sotesi y06es Poter ,b s Pert decided that It was yllow fever, end during the day there were many o hma, r,. afe --e-s ,ns rn W atrry a full line If u d
though of a very mild type. to call at the family home who ex- alongstde and at ones boarded with
o" uisotrn. com tted rtIn answer umi ea d isnpection., tended their sympathies to the be- Macdonough and th remnant of his P ER IAN INSECT PO wo o kl
tec WS dK mi fi -May* B The work of fumigating and inspec- reaved family. Mactonou an te remnant of an
rs a c s llg towns, who have persist- tion s going ahead rapidly. Drs. The funeral services will occur this crew. Datr sgld out the captain m s ltO Also full line of I -
ed ss placi their own all-antine Kennedy and D'Alemberte yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock at Christ's; a man of great e and strenth, and
S m Ifo bee. In at bll tds superintended the fumigating of church. The interment will occur In attacked him furiously. The Tripoli- feetnt$.
W hadbeenhe ahrd bytheme sixty-one residences in the infected St. John's cemetery. tan made a thrust with his boafting
.e'e i'. ond aurally they wDate, he district, and they stated last night pike, and in attempting to parry the
if rtt6os. ch D r Porter ce-that by tonight that everyhouse [r blow Decatur's cutlass was broken off a
Sthin b the united e would be The Big Store has at the hilt, leaving him for the mo- W A D A LE E ,
aplooums Cases. fumigatea'. This work is belng done t unarmed. Another thrust of the
There are a few suspicious cases in, by a corps of men under the physi- e ved i pike wounded him In the arm. Decatur Druggist and Apothecary,
the city, but Dr. Guiteras at midnight cl and Is thorough in every re-taway
to Journal reporter, in reply to aspect. Fo Pbi Good. shent of cano and grappled with his an onit.Aft- 121 S. Palafox Street, Pensacola, Fla.
th e Que stlthat there were so new. For Puic Good.i and grappled wth h antgonlt.
th 4uestipedc atsh Theo wer under Reports are being circulated as to er a short struggle they fell to the deck.
1leif t alure being treated by him the consideration being received by"- M squit bars, 80 ilth Decatur on top.
n"d the &tteldlng physicians a sue- Drs. Kennedy and D'Alemberte for h z "Meanwhile the two crews we fight-
pie lous cases, and will continue so their services in conducting this Inch $1.50, 90 Inch, Ing furiously about their lead%, and
Imtil later developments. One of work. and some have even gone so far a Tripolitan aimed a blow at Decatur's Oxcer no.
these ases Is near the corner of Tar. a to say that their pay for each . hone 62, dry ed with his scimiter, when a !eaman
raIsns sad ZarraSeo.s streets, and, day's work is $50. This is entirely named Daniel Frazier, havin both C O A L a
onter I on fst RomanU street, false. The two physicians are mak- goods department. Arms disabled by wounds, Interposed g**n t
aear Ing personal sacrfllces in order to d',i i head dad ci to w, hIn o
Tb. sy Cm this and it is solely for the public WaJns&neadopn the i ohitan Consumers'e 100and Fuel
e case of Dasby was pronoune- good. The remuneration allowed Johnson Son, lad open the scalp. Tbe Tripolitane o rra
ed by Dr. Gulter as ellw fever them is barely enough to defray their captain, being more powerful than De- rner Caendarragon________
efter two examinations. Dansby had expenses while going about the cit3. OR. GUITERA8 PAID VISIT catur, soon turned him underneath and,
be residing in Marianna for several being only $5.00 per day. Both gave, TO DR. DIAZ YESTERDAY. holding him down with li., left hand,
up a large number of patients and Although he was very busy during drew a knife and was about to plunge
--- PEPLE ALsbandoned their practice temporarily yesterday Dr. John Guiteras, paid a it into his breast. *'4 0 *4* *
7T9 PEOPLE ALL to undertake this work when asked to visit to Dr. A. Diaz, the official repr.-' "Decatur seized the uplifted armA D T"
--- do so. sentative at this port of the Mexican with his left hand. while he managed A I
t Cet s Cried, Give U. Newbro'so Bulletin No. 4. government. to get his rihht into his pocket, where
TPo r idbeen in every- Prterisued bulletin No. 4 T inhe two gentlemen spent some i'e he had a Tstol. Giving it the proper T W e Have Knocked The Bottom Out
O'S 11m1th, and Mmany are w oder" "-FxcutleOffice. Sate Bard of xican conil., and while noth$;0..- e Th iant relax his o and fe 00 will buy
If what the word signi0fiesv though Mican t 1 $5.CO, $10.00 will buy more Groceries th lana
AM Oe haa yet been found, who will, Sept. 3, 1995. -friendly feel'nd xistin betwon t ihe drad. ilng lost seventeen killed, In- ever before. Compare prices;
4 ?Wthat N 1"BRO'S HERPc'DEK *-Repor's of cases of fever. suspi Cuban and M'xian gov*rinmo le elud ng their lpr,. the seven mrvlv- w 17 pounds Granulated Sugar ........................ ..........$1.00
fthe work. Wn e for the nforma ciot or confirmed as Yci;ow fev. r: n Trisolit, fon of whom "were 'e19 W ol Y. C. Sugart ................... ................ 1.00
t of thousands of people who like "*The state health oflcer request woundedsoonir'lp;lht." W hole Barrel, b -st Patent Flour ............................. $5.75
Sknow all about a god thing, we the practitioners of edicines of Half Barrel best Patent Flour ................................. 3.00
Sde iay h tet I namean..; fa lshe cito of Pensa-cala otha they wii:DAYS OF DIZZINESS The Art of Exressinn. 1 pounds lard ........... ..........................$1.00
desrer or killer of -Herpes. Now make immeliate report o his : A discontented woman uttered tbt is 20 pounds Blst Rice ..........................$1.00
re o s is the famil" e ay name of a dis- 'o al f`ae e er w hi Come to Hundreds of Pensacola Peo0- ormp'.int the o!hfr da: : "If I only 25 pounds No, 2 Rice .. $1. 00
s "s aused b Variousv e table par- a '- of all susprcl O "cae% tv .i pie. 'rSnpounds No. 2 Ricep................................
S HT lm b m o v ablSe anr- way occur In thpr r--,tico ac w(-, T r arL b'zin"- k'-v how lo expr(e--r-ys-f" sh said.. 30 pounds crackd Rice ........................ ................$1.00
ses. A mlar microbe causes an -" TI-ore are f wo 3 op CzzinRess;ac\Ld Rice-------------------10
r, hin alp and falling hair aall confirmed cas of yeow Spells of h idec back now so many tins that I cannot Hams, good quality, per pound ................................ .13
4tht is the microbe that lingWBRO' fever, a Spells of ;h sideae, poshy convey to other people." She H am Bst quality, per pound .......... ........................ .14
ilst hmCID c promptly destroys; after This information is necessary that Sometimes rheura-ic pains did not dream that the little thing for EHans, Plc Nic 4 ................... ............ .............. .09 *
'wh ch the hair grows. Sold by W. A. a well directed management may Often urinary disorders. which she yearned-name!t, the art of ; Eggs, Ten., 4V2 dozen. .. .. .. .. ......................... $1.00
'Ale.mberte, druggist and pothe- issfully co wih the iseas All tell you plainly the kidneys are expresslon-is the essential attribute of EC gs, Country, 5 dozen.. .. .. .. .......................... $1.00
wem 121 Palatox street. Penseola, ookng or its era cation from dif- s;ck. the loftiest geluts in letters or the fne,. PRICES EFFECTIVE MONDAY MORNING. GOOD FOR ONE WEEK. ;
S eU d 1e. stams for sample 'P TI ORTR.Doan's Kidney Pills cure all kidney I arts.-New York Telegraam. We have a thousand other just such bargains, too numerous to
to TIe Hevilede Co., Detroit, Mich. State Healh Officer of Florida" Ills. mention. Phone, white, or come and see us. Take advantage of these
SNo ,ir Hero is proof in Pensacola: Jewels That Lve. low cash prices.
- arantne. Mrs. M. Whit. West Zarra Beauty, money and fame cannot be O W PR YOR & ON
S The district in which George DPns- say-." 'Any rormedy that w :!carried beyond the horizon line that W R YR & PO N S
Sb3, the new patient re ides, which th rn ak- a cure as promptly and theC shuts around this cradle of a world. 127, 129, 131. 133 East Government Strt
S'|now known as a sub-focli, will not b, o hvmy as T)oan' Kidney Pflls d'i ir but love. joy, peace, gentleness, faith. Telephoe--Prcduce Dept., 29. Grocery o, 2e3.n
quarantined. The lace in wheh se- my case : vl worthy of 'he highs but love. Joy, peac gentleness, .Telephone-Prduce Dept., 29. Grocery Dept., 223.
c e'; I wv

eral of the cases originated is theor-g-
ital foci. and of course is under quar-
antine restrictions. The horre of Mr.
Dansby will be fumigated and screen-
ed in order to kill and keep out mos-
2 sep3t
Fifteen cents per dozen paid for
empty Bosso bottles at Nick's res-
and Italian Spaghetti at White's to-
I alght. Iresh bread oa sale daily.

recominmenlaon. was truuled w1'1 80' 'L " w *yvtr 5 vv.-v-.-v."v.
m" kidnv.- : r pom,. iirt,. uiticatr by theic very nature will survive the 0
L:-- st, x.. ;..:::i in1 n y back and sids ; transit of the world invisible.-F. E.
Sometime- .: wa. a dull aching arnq Wllard. UNIVERSITY OF THE a Mechanics. No Latin or Gmeek ij
at other times sharp twirges. I also i TATE OF FLORIDA. -quired in III. or IV. The fll course
a i'.. i zz ;n.-ri and "f, re headaches' Ul uTrouble. I- .der II., III. iV. letd to the de-
and an annoying :*ificulty with tb Sunday School Teacher-Whom was' Embrao!ng tLe f-,llowing subjects: agree of Bachelor of Science; the short
kidneys. I happwn-d to real an ad '! t that the whale swallowed? Tommy-! I. Language and bLitrature-A foun- courses to a Certlfcate of Prefcleneay.
vertiscmrent in the paper abo"r Why-er--er- Sunday School Teacher yeIar course leading to the degree of V. Pharmacy-A full two-year course
I)oan's Kidney Pills and procured a -Come. now; that's an easy question. P bachelor of Arts, Greek Is not re to be begun in September, 1906.
box at Sidney Kahn's drug store, Tommy--O'! It ain't the question that qut:-ed, but is offered as an elective, VI. Normal-Three courses for
No. 9 South Falafox Street. I felt' bothers me, but the answer.-Philadel. throughout the course., teachers: A one-year course leading to
relieved after taking a few doses phia Press. II. General Science-Divided into a certificate, A thre*'y*r course lead-
and before I finished the third t.i, s three courses; 1. Chemical course: ing to an L. I. Diploma; A r l-year ONLY
SI was completely cured. I am now Mathemn'"cal *'ursei Natural History course leading to the degree of Bache.
perfectly well and healthy as far as Mrs. Gad A. Boutt- r me! I have course. o Greek and only entrance lor of PRi-agogy. SOLD
my kidneys are concerned."IeLatinIs requir,,d In these courses. All' An axpL: corps oa competent tach-
For sale by all dealers. Prce 50 been to about ten stores and am all mr-yeartr course. !er A high crrlcWuo.- e teach-
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, used up. Mr. B.--Oh, no; you're only a I. A utu-Fourear ad two. ldng board, t yr.
N. Y.. sole agents for the United little sbopworn.-Washington Life. year equrses. Fall term opeas Septmber 27, 1905 s00
States. IV. n aglneer.Mg-ltour-year course1 Sen for Catalogue.
Remember the name-Doan'B-,and Moscow is situated almost In the geo in Mechanical, Civil and Electrical ANDREW .L D& JV4* t.
take no other. metrical center of European lRuisa. Engineering also a two-year course Ake City, Flor dL

Div. Pas.

Agent L. N. R. R.

New Orleans, Aug. 24, 1905.
To the General Public:
As the public has shown a commendable desire to annlhiliate the
mosquito, which Is the only means hy whichh yellow fever z communi i-
cated to persons, and as I have reoved l nur,:ro'.s requests from nainy
sources to appoint a general fumigation '.ay., herewith suggest Sat-
urday. Aug. 2t. and Sunday, Aug. 27, from tion hitrs of 10 a. m. to 12 m.
oa iztng that iif h ;rnos ; ':, : gat:o;, ;iusi oc well done, we have formulated the following instruction;
for the guidance of the PUBLIC:
1. remove al] ornaments of metal. such as brass, copper, silver
aa g i:t unim :. room iLat .b e : ;.c Aii o'J t.s or n tA!'.ic
nature which can nrt be removed can be protected by covering the
ooject tightly with paper. or with a thin coating of vaseline supplied
With a brush.
2. Remove from the room t) be fumigated all fabric materials after
thoroughly shaking. Open all draw, and doors of furniture and closets.
3. The room should be closed ,ind made as tight as possible by
stopping nal! oenings. in chimnny, floar, walls, keyh'es anl cracks near
windows ar, d(ors.
4. Crevi t .s can be closed by parting strips of paper (old newspa-
Spers) over thcn with a ;'a,'e made f of lour.
5. After thI room has been prepare,! roll sulphur or- flowers of 4'al-
phur Thouh! 'n burned r. the room, cne pound to every 50J cut:!c tee:
of air space. or a~slxIt Six po):ils to an ordlnar.' room.
6. The sulphur shou 'i be pl'eedv in an iron pot. flat skillet prefer-
red, an,: 'ls place 1 on brick., in at r'i or other convenient water rc-
c-p'ale wit' abo(t one 'nich of *a~ .r in iti Lor'om. This is a pre-
caution which must be taken to guari against acci,..nts. ai the suip.*ur
Is liable tc boil over !;nml set fire to ithe hou.le.
7. The Is.l ;r is readily ignite. b:, sprinkling alcohol over it and
lighting it.
F. The apartment should be kept clciced for two hours, and then
opened rp an(d well von:.iated.
Nott--To fin.I tha, cubic contents of the room, multiply the hlnfth of
the room by the with, and this total ly the hietght, and to hind 4ae
amount of sulphur n(,cessary to fumigate the room divide the culic
contents by 300, and the result will be the amount of sulphur required
In pounds.
Take, for example, a room 15 feet long. 10 feet wide e.nd 10 feet
high, we would multiply 15x10x10, equals 1500 cubic feet. divide this
by 500 and you will have the amount of sulphur required, viz: t pounds
J. H. WHITE, Surgeon P. H. and M. H. S.
A. L. METZ. M. D.,
Professor of Chemistry and Medical Jurisprudence, Medical Depart-
ment, Tulane University of Louisiaaa.
I entirely concur In the above recommendation.
President of the Board of Infectious Diseases, Havana, Cuba.
Those who prefer to use pyrethrum (insect powder) in place of
sulphur can do so by burning one pound of pyretbrum to every 100U
cubic feet of air space.
The powder should be put In a shallow pan, sprinkled with a few
drops of alcohol and ignited, or a redhot coal may be placed In the
center of the powder.
The same precautions in the sealing of the room to be fumigated
should be observed as in the burning of sulphur.
Great care should be exercised to sweep the room after the fumiga-
tion, and the mosquitoes swept up should be thrown into a fire.

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S.O Ladles' Strap Sandals, all styles, pow...................$2.27
"L50 Ladies' Strap Sandals, all styles, now................... $1.96
S.50 Ladies' Tan Oxfords, all styles, now.................. $2.88
2.50 Ladies' Tan or Black Oxterds, all styles, now............. $1.96
6SM.6 Edwin Clapp Oxfords, Tan or Black, now............... $4.98
6.00 Men's Oxfords, all styles,................................$3.96
*COa Mel's Oxfords, all styles, rIcw ......................... $3.19
$.1 Men's Oxfords, all styles, now ..........................$2.89
Misses', Children's and Boys' Footwear In same proportion, as our
emlt stock of Odds and Ends and Broken Lots Must be Sold, so hurry
a mg and get your share of the plums.


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New $40,000 Building Is Being Manager of Biscuit Company Was
Erected and Well Being Fined $100 for Taking Lib-


Special to The Journal.
C(httahoch. e. Sept. 1.--As contem-
plain( by act of :hle i o i prop(liat n $40.4100 for inw'. bhild, ine
a: the Florida 1Ho ) .ial for the In-
sane the foundation i-, !,winL laid tP;:
wpek l. I i\ Archil. i ;X)id::',ooil. f(
r'ailbr;,l G. (;;t.. ',.r a I !. two- Silry
Pri, k tl '4 o'. -1, : 4.,''. pat'i .;' '
!; ri 1 ii4i\ a ( ;,a, '.i'. o f .l ) ,,-I :
*If.. 'I4 44 ,' .... !" ti o.,! : .,.nr 'c

,he 1 4 !1 :u f ool p in;
btr 1t 1 1 ,i ]. : ,, v by. T h i.
ipal a I'riaIIn ,' in",I tnr Trio buii iing up
and ini)ruV\emelnti of Ihe s;ai; piropI-
erty. Whi-n th:. large and
the art'-.i-an well whi.h i? being duL,
are cinipliiteiv iln he near future a
long lelt want will be sup;ie i' in the
way of plenty of rooni and good wa-'

erties With Female.

The Birmingham Age-Horal say.-:
F G. Alt-xandr, goe:-rai manager of
ithe Ho'ii:on Buiscuit Comnpany. was
.:-Terdlay fined $10 o by Jude Feagiii
,. the police nOiirt- on a charge oif a,'
-aillt and battery on Florence
Schwantes. one of ihe young woniti.
'IIl d in ih,. fa.-t .-- li t ad l .,
;;pp,';i! n i. !,nm it i m e ,i.-i iij .ik ;
w,!t'e!,l X0 11 Ir thei c(,i < N I, ;.-
Th c.> ii *,' .v:-, T,) lt'h efft'ect iii:t
M r. .\xr..,i..r '! .-..* ;ih th nx:ii' %v,
ian all: putr hih armn as -iiint P1,';
at, aist.
'n t h ch-r r,., ; .'' fi -l ,'T \ :'..

fa n1.1 : .I r 4pl ',' -1 ,'
CY. -'\I A; :;',('*li r* i ',
:i< pI'] t '" ". it v l,a ),t i-r (" l'h i:- *.
'P! irf'".', n miil l;,; ia r ,1 ,1- ,,
Evidence in Court.
Florenc', Solhwantles, ih. rtomp'aiii-
ant In the c0t',. was tlh t(i:-C w n ..-
examined. In reply to qiuer!o' shi.,
stated that she was cuplo'yed at tlhe
Houston Buis'-iit Company factory

ter. and that on last Monday evening -Mr.
Quarantine Service. Alexander ha,: come up stairs an.!
The quarantine s-'ni re around told her she was wanted at the Beil
Chattaho:'hcee has been .-rivt the last telephone. Mr. Alexander had sai,
three week.-. All .-.tamuboa s andti that "twenty-nine something" wanted
t-ains (i'itinei into F:orida at thi, her. She had asked him if it wa .
point have been met by the inspector 2990 and he had replied that he be-
v, ith the usual questions concerning leved that. was the niuber. Mi:';
the past ten days life of their pas-, Schwantes stated that Mr. Alexander
sengers, and iiiny u:;fortunates, had gone down the steps in front oi
whose, record.- were. not cl a- had to her and that when she got to the bot-
pet down ant, advance blacikn.ard. tom of the steps he had seized her
The Gatidsln Times intimate, that hana' and hugged and kissed her. FH,
when Ri-ver J.unction is annexed to: had previously asked her on four dif,
Quincy ii t l\: bpe *Gr.a':er Qiancy." feren* occasions to kiss him. Miss
PuIt A hen the's, ;wo hubiirbs ,hall be: 'Schwante. stated that as soon as she
annxel to C'hatiaahoolieee it will be could release herself from Mr. Alex-
Grrwer Cha!,ahochee-giving age ander, she had ran hack uip stairs.
preftrt-nce-. See? crying, and had :old the foreman of
Personal Mention. her treatment and later had told htr
Mrs. E. \V. Scar r'--.:h and Mrs. M.I sister and some other girls who work
Morzan are :peindin; L:e heated terni ed with her.
t: X\'hite Path Spri-.s in North Geor 1Upon cross-examination M:.,
cia. while : h. i,- aoni ;.., discinsolae 1 Schwantes said that Mr. Alexander
hltisband-. F.1 and (t lJ:e, a-e makin:tg had never laid his hands upon he.'
*h- inost t he'y cp in f a dreary life at! previous to last Mono'ay evening. She
Sal'imor, lr Was-linglo City. aid the affair occurred about 7:30
Mr. HI. .11 Span i;as .J.--t rtirne'd!t o'clock.
cfrormy A!abar a \t',,r he wo nt to, Sister Testified.
carry his lil',h dal,_il'or o school. I
Mr. N. L. .1, ,' 44! Bristol. sp< n I- Nora Schwantes. a sister of Firr-
ing a few rdas a ('ha:tahoochee i-tce Sc.hwantes. testified that she
Sn le a s Mr. Emiery Span, who has been at ton Buiscuit Company and that on
honm' oti a \ac(.a'4in slhie the i losec ot4'ast Monday evening Mr. Alexander
Sthe Florida State College. let* this had come up stairs and told Florence
we-k to take a position at Jackson. she was wanted at the telephone.
vill~e, lorence had goDV down stairs and,
.M .Magie .Mills, of "hipley. who !'ad returned soon' thereafter crying
Ihas been .aehin a opr\' i le h,,4w and had told the witness of Mr. Alex-!
hlier the last n!4onih. is -xp "teic to ; -n r's treatment..
(),-n h 11 itii n 'Uap hre t x Uon cross-examination Nora
mopenh She- is a nice young Ialy ande Schwantes stated that Mr. Alexander
a good ttahe a ncead always treaated her in a gentle-!
a good teacher. manly manner. She also said that
IFEEL IMPENDING DOOM. I ,rtence ai wn ,lo e olditr w hat l.
The fetlingi of iipl' nd'ng doom ri up stairs. Nora stated that she was-
'the minds oI many victims of Brgh*'.i
disease and d!iahlees haas been chang -
ed to .hankfulnets by 'h-' benefit --
Srive fi-o lakint- Foley.-s Kidn
Cur- It %wil, (I11ie inc.pIent H-i'iahT' IfuAI

dila'eri's and i t e: in ll w" ,- V-;'St S ts'-
civ es comfort and r(I '.; Slii ll dis
Iri,.r s r1,4 le c re I a fe\ idaL--. I
ha'i ,liabee. in its \, :r- : i'ortm." write-
Mart- on l 'e' of 1)th.. -' i It nd. '*
tried ei-gh phsi-it. ; .' ,vi: rt tli-'. ()in!
three v i4:'T s o t ''. l x'l, s Kidnll Cure
made im, a w".1i tian." \V. A
D)'A'nilb'ite, Drruig:-t and Alpotbhe



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Newport. Aug. 'I.-Afzer yvca:f. of
st:riv:;. tie aspirat:;'o s t, Pt '.. c L'
Vrn '.:. f.f i t \ '"'i' f :,, na:iinal
.. 1.:1 l5 a ,- a i, 'n 1:'.1ii-''!-
\X .'!" --::-i' t ;,i-da. I. : ih.' d.-'fa; :
i.r e .. Of -.:n. Tlt' scn s \ :'.
S 1 -2:
Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar
Fo, e'y : ( .' CC'' .*o, o0 i-f: i'lt,
Ho' -v and "'ar ., : r a"'- t/i a:',. M'In'-
:t '-;: an-: :' ;,u ''v- if Folexvs !!'..-
4 v" at:d Iany inmia'; ons are of
fert' for tho g(enliine. These worth-
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name.- Beware of them. The gen
i uine Foley's Honey and Tar is in a
!yellow package. Ask for it and r"
fuse any substitute. It is the best
remedy for coughs and colds. W. A
D'Alemberte, Druggist and Apothecary


Piano House!

VWe can save you money and satisfy
Son if you desire a fi; st-c:ass P.ano
'N .w i'ia os fi' $11.) to $-.(.
I;e sukre to -ee ti. Baby It-ano-
'imallest reutilar Piano made for young
ind oid alike $100 to $i75.
It -.vill pay you to call or write us.


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PHONE 1100.

still working for the Houston Buis-
cuit Company and that her father
had larned of Floren-e's atlezed mis.
teratnwen by Mr. Aiexand-r o(in Mon-
day night.
Theresa Sparks. the next witness.
-sated that she halid heard Mr. Alex-
tande r tell FFlotrene .c'lwantes that
;le. wns 'waniedat at th- telephone lat
Mon. -ning about, 7::'0 o'clock.
',lor;ne h ,,' tone down stairs to the,
I on l' 11 returned I .-oon (-Fcring and
"i'd 'I,- fore-iiian was going to
4.1i. Later. Fl or,ince h:t'l told her of
lh w Mr. A:'xan'l-r i; all, ,.-j to have
I- a .i th!, c:)mpl)!a:i nan,.
';I1:;a Fi;t It. lhe next witnec's,
;aiej iizh.rantial]v what Mi-iss Sparls
ll. loth \XiI 1f, *s'tiiled. how-
' 'r. I t,; Mr. A. xa.nder had always
heatede d htlim n it I proper manner.
Arm Around Another.
Mrs. M'na.sco. who worl-s for thi.
I; .)l ro1:4 l Hn i.t i 'c it (" )npa ; v, was ;-
" i' t Uc ,d b 5 ft. d, 'ftflI". f i'S lt ,tI
tha; on i:t' Frj .ayv e.n Mitit .\ir Ale\
a," !.-" h7 I v 'r h'- a).if f.4hi4il( hP .,
v ;i.i -' a nl.l ? "l ;,< I '.,' ]l,.r.
':)1 'n X i O 1 I'- i t I|. i;i '' i a -n. t a ..i
.'.Ir. 11r': i i;, ; ) .- i i n ii h l
as e; d ',1" r o0 t -,.
M-. Alexander on Stand.
T r d4 ':i,.td; i !, : :!,,-k ;he 1i -
f-, c li 'g t i : ( Nei l i ( : if i .

1'- ;: f sr lt 4 ,1 V 1- a ni al \ u
a ; a" l; fl ;;:: N it I ,;. i --; >i;T, ': "

iet charter awaintt t wn \.a \X\'tn -i
A-trrapr wa- .r ,ve l 1, :i Tt-.,,av
.7" Al,,'x:n.Itr tt'ca n:'y. :.i n.,-.
that he hadl n' -es toward either Miss S :;-,;it:'1sa or Mitasco.
.1. A. i o)lies. suncrinT-nlentlr of thi'
f)liiTon T fB i-clit (" inmpanY. :ts!i..-in
Sa' Mr-. M% Ias(.co hal e imilainel
him of M r. Altx;:I1,4 ".! r ,I',,-'D1nT i:)
,l rte.,o I, Ial(-i sa..ti .1v rhe '-char-
ai. tc r (f .M i,- %.'.-,' a.-, wr. a,:I
nd t hr.: ) r. \7 ;,';!,i.i' <)'.,' bor( aI.
\c i:-V. ;'. ;, i- i ,!*; ..

f',r ( i-o a ; :; :.i :i;. 1 V ,': yu
.M r f '2. .: A .-,: rl. '.. ail n a" *i

To her *hav Mr. \ i a
A:]er~ -.s W ,A W -- an -
At t- n ,, n:: ,I -; :- e
an d tlho.i Ft -,
'I find he 'o, :ndianP :ltyv ant
line him $10o."
Retail Grocers Attention.
Write Grever L,:t.peieh Mfg. ('Co.
Knoxville. Tenn. for the 1Eberal prop-
osirion they are making ni Blii. Ri'
bou Flavoring Extracts tQ r ten lays. U
i Big deal in free goods.


will return to Pensacola again. She is now in the
great Eastern markets selecting everything new amd
up to-date in the millinery line. We can assure our
thousands of customers that when the season opens
herc you will find The Big Store ready with the finest
and most complete line of ready-to-wear and French
shaped hats ever on display in this city before. Wait
for Miss Raines. She will be here soon with every*
thing new and up-to-date in the millinery line.

WnJo. hnson & Son


of Golden Oak, highly polished, with fine, beveled mir-
ror, will prove an o-nament in any huone. Ours are mada
in the hb will last a life im".

$10.00 to $25.00.
Fine Ine of Window Shades, 50c to $1.50, put up.

108-110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla.




One Quart Tins, 85c.



The Pure

Sol Cahn & Co.
Food The Store tha F
Phnes178 and 480 the People,
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(C, one of thep-r : -lav. Ow-
In:i.! 'ay liiuach's a:> \t 'Vry ")<. -
lar -vi:ha the, a. ". : as
w.! n the g'i Aentl.en
LI- our Ic I'ramsr-T n.nd
So.las, they are THE BEST. .

Kandy Kitchen Cafe,
140 S. Palafox. Phone 999

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sifted Cash Advertisements

ertieement taken for leos than IS oa Sp rates by the month.
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4 room house on La Rua street, So much asto sacrifice your property.
lot 35x120 feet. rents $7.00....$ 650 We will be here to look after our cli-
11 hjuies, all new, rcntir.i for e nt and customers. ShOuld yOu
$67d O per month. prope::y well want to sell any piece of property
located and oo:l rent ... $4 quick, let us know. if the price is
q-room house on East B'lmont right we can get you an immediate
street, a nice home...........$1400 purchaser.
I houses on corner "A" and De
Soto, rents for $1 9 er moh. WE ARE OFFERING
larze lot, room for another A OF. .N
housee .......................t$.2000 An elegant little cottage nicely fitted
up with bath and gas, d-.iehtfully sit-
FOR RENT. juated, good size lot, just thf place for.
7!3 N. 3aylen street........... .$40.00 a couple or small family. These .in.l
304 N. Spring street.......... 25.00 are rare............ .. ..$2000
21 West Romana street........ 17.50'
.?14 E. Strong street............ 17.50 FOR RENT
'-wplling near Stoddard's...... 12.50
la 1 n South Palafox, upstairs, 4 room cottage northern part of city
suitable for club or offices. (away from stegomyias.) Fine well
705 S. Palafox street. of water.................$7.50
At the lowest market rates on inm-
POved or vacant city rropery.YFIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE AGTS.
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Professional Directory.

Office 71'/2 Palafox St.
Office Hours: 9 to 12 and 3 to 5.:

Room 405 Thiesen Building.

PHONE 559.

Attorneyand Counsellorat Law
108 East Government Street.
General Law Practice.
Room 500 Thiesn B'ld. Phone 714.

s- f.- ,"s- - o-.= H tniner nReeai isra Agencyi
M15 SI" Pe n St et, Pen.lea, Fia. |; ,aPhone 87. 206 South Palafox. L.S. BROWN& Co WELSH & SMITH,

5 200 Theisen Bid'g Fisher Building, 20/2 South Palafox
WAFa r SaI r le For sale-- "WE SELL LOTS" PHOc525.
PLUTO PLUTO! OR SAL-One lot of fine show FOR SALE.-Nice new cottage (4
gwl your system ood condition; cases, especially adapted for ri-m rooms and hall) between Palafax oney to oan DR. J O TILLER,
Smot f disease. linery purposes or for drug store; land Baylen streets on Jordan S., Money to Lo n. N. o. 8. rLL R,
a lk6 grist stomach healer. for' also one lot at counters and fine near Saunders Mill; easy terms. AV-' Dentis
jg, Lotesale and retail, by Ja*. French plate glass mirrors. E. L. ply tc J. W. West at Saunders Mill. DO YOU WANT to borrow money In
BReesef 118 South Palatox 2sep 22aulm* amounts from $500.00 up? We havT.;Room 8, Brent Building. Phone, 86.
Srest or yIproved PLUTO I' UTO OR SALE-Old papers only 10 cents.00 loan at7 and per cent.
Oaes. mot mman t a. ..miles -IKeep your system inlinterest. 'hos. C. Watson & Co. 6aug
et aserthC o Pn s mwlk h1 to anKeep your system In good condition, per hundred. Good for wrapping D IR
W- T rftweet of rPensacola, with S1 to and you need not fear any disease paper and to put under matting. All MONEY TO LSND-4-a good resral m 9I TO
6 es __ la0W Is cultivation. Las- Pluto, the great stomach healer, for clean and nice. Journal office. at security, or on good collateral, --
age B~a~l, Bltts. Il. 1eptim* sale. wholesale and retail, by Jas.D-- -- --eat lowelIt so]rabt LeElio ro CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL.
-- --, McHugh I Do you value your health? It so, tlo' hnildin l CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL
.-To buay good. gentle w .e use our pure Blend of Coffee "Dewey, There will be a meeting of this
B rat Apply to J. FOR hApighg t a p fano clmost and "Schly. New Orleans Grocery MONy LOAANiD o ans a n sad a body on the first and third Wednes-
S I-. isa--, , Belmont a or phone new high grade: cheap for case. Co.. Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug 30, kn is of t pw al property, payable days of each month at 7:30 p. m. All
laugl. Address C., P. 0. Box 395. wekly or mathly. Wbea ye a td delegates are requested to be pres-
W" c p wed-4un. We have been with you In Pensaco-, e se m J. A. Wen er. Z. Wr ROBeRTS
KV & HUA contracting painters la since 1874, and still intend to stay ;Mody s ftme al.bu if- b22% W. L Dt.Z. W. ROBEReTS.
S..... .. .e.. r m ea ,tre.L, ,ls u bul.,,,g W L. D ]L'AY, PresidentL
& decorators. Fine varnishlag FOR SAI .-Etcre dbhd 7 room house. with ynn and serve you with the best b Idei Secretary.
a Saltahi&g. iga painting a spe- Lot 60x100; city water. Titles per- of groceries at lowest mar-' " a
a r. Resd e phone 4. 2Baug. fect; $3200.00; also 10 acres of land ket prices. -New Orleans Groceryl MONi LOAND on good o Pensacota L.ds No. 3, K. of P
Tm -h o and small house at Brent's Station. J. Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug20 6 ."t i@ tOs M AMOUStu. l meets every IMonday evening at 8:00 netaads cleaning and- rew NPalafox S13 aug. GROW GINSENG. Large profits.* il 20. o'cloelk at t1Ilr Castle Hall, Bloount
Sg" o mm'a clothes. Call On Room in ougarden. Roots for sale. Watson build, corner Palafox and
a J4v 24 Mac m Wlt, No. 11 N. FOR SALE.-My residence on East Write toy tor literature. Bucking- MONEY LOAND on aii kinds of pe Garden streets Visiting brethren eom
2g r uh angh Hill, either Including whole block ham's Ginseng Garden, Zanesville, 0.1 social property on short notice, dally welcome 1.
-a M WW. Crer will ors e of twenty lots 40x137 1-2 feet each or l3aug3mos. Terms easy. J. W. Bullard, npstair J. H. BREWT 'ON, C. C.
gemcy br the Winona mills hhsery. quarter block of five lots. Apply t FOR SALE---Beautiful block in New 28 South Palafox St., Phone 1144 H. HORSLE. K. of R. .
sa solicit s the patronage of all form. my offic, Thliesen Building for furt ri- Ant
a ktcits. the paitronage of all form- myor particulars. C. W. H agerman. City. Tract No. 312. For cash $600. --o a Rathbone Lodge No.
r cstomers.- If Interested in good w rptcul. C erm Apply to A. M. McMillan, Court Housa. UNLlMXT6' 5mA ot B Of moy t load 3 $0 K. of P., meets every
S baery sed postal card and she will 24anglm. ; laug t aU kinds f persona property. Thursday evening at 8:00
m with rsmples, or phone 147. 'FOR SALE OR RENT.-New 7-room GO TO TURTON for all sIesf la. ~eiNal .w iTY o, a o rg ioolock l their CFst?
p,.- mNanm* house at Goulding; large yard, Cameras loaded and usoladed fre esou h wat B hSo, third noor, Blount
WATWED.-You to know that you caa shade trees, near railroad, fifty feet of ebhsrg He makes best photo. tc pao r tson building, south.
buy aice. clean old papers at this well and outhouses. A good bagaln. graphs in the south. 32 years a *ad*. 0lm l'l PIweShI. o.c a.n V r a ao and
a k +- Apply to postmaster, Gooding Fla. or.CshALS llJm AW S .Garden streets ViAting knights are
S22aug3w* 4ba 8. PALAFOX ST. cordially weieomed.
WATm .-Everybody to know that 2 2 WALL TINTS by experts; results WO TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, CERUTI, 0. O.
our S d o(f ORee may be imitated FOR SALIE.-Soda fountain, stock or guaranteed. Fairchild and R!ce, Phone Watche. Chains, Riangs and all kinds C. J. Levy, K. of R. & 8,
but can't be equaled.- New Orleans confectioners and cigar. 4 85 12julylna collateral security at lowest rate ot of Columbus.
rorery Co. Jas. McHugh, Prop. n Palsfox str et. (an i had a ar- s n unredeemed Knights of ColumbuB.
sa gain if purchased at onre. Aipply Es. FOR SALE.-Two pair extra-fln interest- Meetings of the
S .- e public to ow ateI young mules, sound and In go(. --- l 00!' to loanO iam n of, oCoubhs,
WA M.---The public to know that cambia Realty Co. 15aug. cnditiou. Al soned2-horse Studs. o1o00$ aI am ons are held at theit hall
ri Ne Orl fe Roe o FOR SALE--Good paying grocery, baker wagnn.,W. S. Garfield. 4June. er en intre10000 at'and, No. 8Westntendo e D
McHugh Prop. aug0 cheap ret store, living room, in, FOR SALE-One Cho!ce block on top & Co. 6aug Monday evening ve
ug, onnecUon. Store doing good cashI of rae ridge east of the electric M dy eenin
&OOMWS WANTED at No. 17 West business. Household furniture also' railway, between 7th and 8th streets. -7:30 o'clock. An In-
LaBma Strt. city. 2 aUG* icr sale. Reasons for selling, am leavr- Nature has favored this section and it MGscellans to 'stlg Knightas.o tende
W Dlf .--T Merchants TrTaster rnv city on account of sickness. Tele-' cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs. s JOHN B.
Swa st s y ter moving s ad sas phone 1064. llauglw*-FOR BAL-A Aa s Orrnitu r I.ORSES A4t MULES.DM. FOX Grand Eh
ST. To.FORSAL/-- A UL0furniture I ORSE D MUGrand Knight.
A brea guaranteed. T. B. Thor- FOR SAIJ-South ht~f block 211 -tore, stock ad cco1t Call at&HORSEIS AND MPL9E---Turton & EDRecorder.
Prop. Phone 978. Ijuncl bfrmaing 400 feet o 13th re38-140 E. Intendencil. 5j McMillan will leave in a few days Recorde
Sw t everody to know tha we e on B Vfor Tennessee, where they will pur- penacola Lodge Ko. 4, 1. O. O. P.
are want everybody t o know that we 137%t has o block Vtow Park: also FOR SALE CHEAP-My three-year, chase a car load of Tennessee horses Pensa-ola Lodge No. 4, I. 0. 0. .P,
Sat the ol d sale and. Ne w ail g Orlcers and outh half of block 2, fronting 400 old Berkshie herd toar, Duke and mules, which will be on sale on meets every Thursday evening at 7:
still at the old stand. New Orleans feet on 14th St., by 137!2. feet on Bay Florida. No. 68,923. Also some fine September 7. Wait for the arrival at the new hall on West Garie,
Gracsy Co, Jas. ieHugh, Prop. View Park. The only p.perty adjoin- young pigs. 1 six-montas-old boar, all of this stock. 29 aug street. VIitings brethren coriia:l
ing Bay View Park tLAt is DOW for registered and transferred. Carl Set-i nvited. T. G. ST-INSON,
V R -Toyor e.ectric work ot all ,ale. The beautiful iew down the ter ind, Chiple. Fla. PIANO TUNING. ed.WITKOV T. oS N S
kinds. Let us clean your faas. re- baycu and down the bay can never be - I worked at this 14 years in Mobile, B R
p W yar dynamo, do your wiring. etc. obstructed. A. V. Clubbs. 30jli FOR SALE-Kill the germs of fever-' Aia. I will satisfy you in price ani REBEKAH SISTER&S
70. Pensacola Electric Co S-room orer a barrel of slack lime to-day. quality of work. J. Conrad Scott, 214 Naomi todge L 10, Rebekah SIs.
a edci. a li el lot, 3 blocks from 7lot, lt 1 Phone 367. 4auglm !,Mst Gregory St., Pensacola. te ceets every Monday night at
I 132 on car A. For Partilar. In- CHIC N WhEAT prod eggS,,-,29anglm* I o'clock in L 0. 0. F. Hall. hVie
%VA: TMD-Malia a r IanSter qui.e of Standard Clothing Makes fowls espe well aore. MISS LILLA McKINLAY will re-open sst rally nv to
we. Odce Phone .432 Residence nm.p Jnre.ent..
m38. Aeots & Whte. 2-28 N. an. _The cheapest food to b! e found F. her private school Monday. Septem- pres MI 8NEITA NM. R IrTT.
3Whme& FOR SAlW-Second-hand ca regi Me!!en & Co.. Phone 8U4. oct be; 4, at her residence, 505 E. WrigLt MISS MAMIE FR3MAN Secretary.
--- tr The Journaas ter in perfect condition. Will l St All grades from 1st to 8th nc- M. E. B. A. No. 81 meet. first and
iaaamaeolo nad Pas Canal cash or or, time. A real bargain. Can Ml :a:ve taught. Terms very reasonable, third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.
a, t w v s rtly appear. be s*ea at Jam% McHugh,'L 2mcma FOR RENT 29aut* m., Rafford Hall, No. 10 West Inten
"gecat balf4-t 1pictares of city -I---- Old newspapers are good for many dencla Street.
S t s.clial *CetMa 5 city FOR SALK OR RENT-Now modern FIR RENT.-New 6 room cottage with You can get lots of them A.G. ELL Pres.
Lae oWersat JoTral i .eu two-etory residence, good neighbor. bath. on East Hill car line. Apply cheap by calling at this office. J. L. SWEENE. See.
m ood East Hill. near cars. A. C. Bink. at once. Phone 285. lseptlw* Lh a a
an w atte e al sackay. Out leyR Thicsen building. Saug w FOR RENT.-Or sale a new 5 room, nc for traveling public. Daily ser- mrOa Camp No.
j sabtpmests Solic4dtA.L Write as FOR SAIE--Ugright Kimball Pian, house, near car line on Little Bayou. vice each way. From Chilpley to Bay- Let aIn Pythan Hrall I W. O W.
Sr.I.Mlloe & Co.. 0marehlm for sale cheap. Apply 1304 W. Gov.- Phillip Hannah, Little Bavou. head. Address J. M. Tuggle, Chipley, ednesdays ilneachmonth. I
A. IO GRANAM wasts you movr ernment St 4auglm* 30auggW i*,. 24mch sovereigns cordially Jnvlted.
a baiheMag.S anarletl*a 0brk FOR SAIX.-Cabin launch 44 ft. long FOR RENT.-12 room house, corner REAL ESTATo e f A. BO rcd l c. C.
age, i rhO 10 ft beam. 24 inches draught. Hayne and Wright stre.-ts. Apply REAL ESTATE In all parts of Iety. LESLIE E. BROOKk. Clerk.
K L-NkI>ANKD 'FUIRNITU" House, speed S miles hour; 18 H. P. Barber WV S. Garfield. 27aug. You buy the ground and we will
MU Articles,. Jewelry aid any aal gasoline engine in good order; wi l band your house on long time pa w, W. C., Oak Grove, No. 4,
oto ArLitle wanted. We pay oan seat 40 pIts.ege'rs; sell at sacrifice .f FOR RENT.-Small farm 1 block ou- m- ena D. Hale Wilson & CAo Woodmpn Circle meets every Thurs-
for IL. AddresP. O. Ba 35&. Ctty. taken a: once. W. A. Smith, 238 W. sid city limits on county a TNG Taorvnng 3:3 third floor Blount
164*e Government St. 15augini road, with six room house ; wind mill; TAI.R G-.lothing cleam e tsed and Whtr n buiding, southird fo corner *
_i _- water pipes in yard and all through 0e5t clothInleamedi eased n Whttnn building. southw,:s r
Uo RA .-aeAgent house. Rent reasonable. Apply epalred on short notice. No. 1 aafox and Garden streets. Visting:
spcll sad ymur business will for Fi e an5v Burglar Proof Safesand M. M%-Cie;lan, at First National Bank. West Government aCt., Pensacola. Fl.. s-reigns cordialay snvltr-. Mrs. W.4I
bawcreful aets D0. Hale WIVault Fixtures of a.1 descriptions Pensacola. J--- Guardian.
M & D manufactured by Alp ne Safe ant FOR ONE BOLLAR AND FIFTY
SLock Company of Cinati, Ohio. FOR RENT -3 rooms at 460 W. Gar- CENTS per bead, we will haul out
nConimuni;,-ate with Me Tor Prices and -_ -- --- EdM horse temeHde Pensacols, St. Andrews and
beros Easi gete-dscar 13aug1y CeNTd hors e adw, we.will hae orut
LAM W9eore btyig cew t Sccar- 1`01K -tk.NT---Lorrarinee House, corner ad136 E as t
'-itt Moreno, Pensacola, Fla. I Hayne ani Belmont streemi. Apply Bro,. trtueb L R
'TO RE^T.-Irwo de.lrable rooms orr Oa une. iW-. S. Garfit I. ZJul sM 6f A|
c" line; furnished or un'urnishes u GrENlle eo tHP SAILMAKER. 16uf STeR O N
SVeiy cheap. Apply at 603 E. Wrigi -.' FOR RENT-New ive-room cotta-e H. PORTER. slmaker. 71 9out S AM TAO \
81. l9augl*. o car line, corner 1:th street and palafex street. Orders takes for
SgZ|'D.-A tea- boarders in private HELP WANTED th avenue. Inquire at Turton's Photo tents, awntngs, camp stools and house W. G. BARROW, Master.; coeA en t o rarld shop gallery. 12july cats. etc. Prices .easonale. Z1jas ,IRsT-CILAS3 PA-SSENGER AND
al on street car line; large rooms W A good cook. Apply 240 R EN T-Res:dence lately -o> FRBIGHT EVICE
wHu privilege of use of baths and t-l- 2-en p upied by Dr. W. S. HalL No. 111 W. .-BetWcl- -
g one. Address D. C. S, care Joa-- WVANTEL['-Servant srir at or.ce for IARua street Apply to R. M. Carry, Strayfed PENSACOLA, MOBILE, APALACHI.
3s4. 24auglm general housework. Apply 318 'Wes~t 43 S. Palafox street. a COLA CARABELL ST. AN.
l WANTED.-Byday, week Eelmot st .... 6auglm* FO RENT-Twenty-room bouse, ot. STRAYED.-Black mare with barb- REWS, MILLVILLL
"r moath. Dining room just re-open. Any intelligent person may earn a ner Barracks and Zarragoasa tree. wire scar on front shoulder. Suit- And all points on St Andrews Bay,
. rTable ood and trms reaso26 N ble..Aa. Poo i coe orreondasing or newe i Suitable for boarding house. Apply able reward for return to Lee Daniail. Carrabes and Apalanhicola.
SDora Donaldso, 22 N. Alcanil. p ae "o ss per to Mrs. M. J. Moreno, 216 East Zarra. S0aug. Lee Pensacola 8uada 8:30
Fg2 w* aW nnecessar7. Send for iartlcularo. os 2mc- MoebSala .d 8:3 p.
We e .. t benea other Press Syrdicate. Lockpor-. 5.. rea mssaols Tuesda. 8:20 p.
W- _S--ie else $grIM taat 13| td the JoSwaMl Wast WANTED.-Agents in diierent co- -F F. M. WILLIAMa d I lathicola, Carrabelle and intemedlace
L 1atW ties D nA U in Florida to handle Alpine SafeI CONTRACTOR AND BUILDERI FOUND.-One black ox branded J. H., lats.
L ml ght sad ar. and Lock Co.'s 'ire aid Bfrular Proo: OGrce, Bros abam building, next t parked with a crop and split and un- Fgo aditoMa Iforasatoa apply 6
| Baglas ag a -es and Vaalt FIxtures of every to Pensacola Business College. e er bit in one ear and over square in J. SAUNDBRS,
il ---.a Ma e te ma n ,. deseriptios. Write me for terms. Prompt attention always gives I other. Owner can obtain same by ap' R. COBB, PrlhesI
f m *Mfg m S. 3& gemt Scarrattt Moreho. Pemaseola, PIn Flor- to business. Punoolas a. |M plytag to C. P. Gonsalez, Bohemia, 1a wGe. Prt. and Pass. At-
R+ a tea stef Agent. sale. 26wclm* Mea oa, 9t.

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

$600-One-story dwelling on corner lot on East Hil, rents at S9 year.
$850-Comfortable cotage on 'Vft Main stiet. desirable locality winh
large lot.
$1200--'rwenty acres of land withe one-story cottage at Brent's s*a-
$6000-Desirable piece of property with lot 8Cxl00 feet near Palatox
street, renting at $800 a year. if so!d at once.
*2250--Large one-story dwelling on North Ha3 ne street.
$2400-Two-story divelling on Wright street, excellent neighborhood
$ 3750---Twa story dweling on North Hill ift 1l1 at once.
$750--Three very desirable building lots on East H!I!. excellent neigh-
$32--Dcsirable lot on East ill,. 69x110 feet, l cold a nere.
Other des:rab!e building lots or. East 11111 ranging fro% $150 up, ow-
ing to location.
Special Advertisement
One of the prettiest building lots on desirable corner on North
Hill, with Southern exposure, 187 feet by 150 feet. must
be sold az once ......................................... $4000.00

Those. C. Watson& Co
Cor. Palafox and Garden Streets.


No. MOS3.
H. L. COVINTON, President M.. C. LARK, Cashier.
C. W. LAMAR, Vlice-Preelslent, JNO. PFEIFFER, Aswt. "CMehkr.

Capital Stock, $200,000 Surplus, $40,000

Henry T. CoThigton, S. J. fabhee.
J. M. Pfeiffer. A. M. Avery,
Bryan Dunwody, W. H. Milton, Jr.,
Bryan Dnwody, O. E. Maura,
Frank leilly, W. L CawtUos
W. S. Rosasco, C. A. O'Neal,
T. F. McGourin, Dr. W. J. Hamsah,
F. X. Brawner, McKenzie Oertag,
C. W. Lamar, Alex McGowln,
J. R. Saunders, C. M. Covington.
Accounts of Bank., Individuals, Corporations -and Firms Soli"teL
Four per cent. Interest paid on Time Depolits.

THOSE. W. BRENT, AIsL Cashier.

W. K. HYER JR., V.-Pre. and CaC,
W. N. ROBERTS, Asst. Cashier.



of p*,aaeav, Faie


F. C. Brent W.A. Bount, W m, H Knowls
W. KC Hyer, Jr. D. G. Brent,


We draw our own Bile of "*
enange on Great Britain, Ireland,
Germany, Franc, Austria, Italy,
Holland, Spain, Belgium, Rilla,
Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and
other European ountrles,

Vessels disbursed upon the M et
Pavorale Terms, and their elbS
fatlona taken Payable at Port as
Destination Ten Cays After VeO
eel Arrives tberg.

safety Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Connection with which we
have a Private Department for the use of Renters.

Paving DApaetmont-Jntereot Paid on D04
posits at Rato of 4 per cent per Annum.

Citizens National Bank,
of PeN ooa. Fiorl&.
Geo.W Wr g6ht. MorrJ r, . .. Wl'!s

lx I. KomamO. U Hiltto* G

J. S. REESE, President. K. W. MEXEIW, Co~sS.

J. S. REESS, Presidnt. E. W. MWNKrFM Cauu.
R. M. CART, Vice-Presideat.
Directors-L. J. Reeves, J. 0. W. DeC. Kesaker, R. M. CUIV*
W. A. D'AiMmbert, A. Jennings.


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Wbfy0C 't You? We Can Show You How.


It ,ill be worth more to-m oow. If you don't own a
W. bumy w. Our small payment plan makes it
Hto lie i your own home while you are paying
Act now I

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Pensacola Investment Coo
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W. L NNI ?r"IjMsi.LSL S. UWISN ewduy.
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1E=.. 15A, CAL 62WY,
W sheimal ad eftU Dmle; so
Steam, Domestic, Anthracite
andC Blaksmith OAL
Offlce--No. i Soat Pka tfx street. Telephonse, .
Tards oan Za a a Qoosales streets. Phose.





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the one place in Pensacola
to which they may go with the
positive assurance of a

where for more than twenty-
Sre years the fsystum of supply-
Sag the needs o nt.en and Doys
in wearing appare-l on an honest
guarantee basis has won the
Ap.,roval and given perf,'e- sat-
jta&ction to many thousands.
Our lall Clothing, Shoes and
Its will be np to .the highest
standard of perfection.

John White
0-ftie to RMen and Boys
205.207 S. Paaoxz
Phboe 22S.


To introduce my

SIle kwy Wte key
SI will geve with every $1.
qi muat bottle a fal bottle o

rt lor Catsb Wine.


HO WTH[Y1[.. 0 1C8K SON ll1.111' MACHINE SHIPPING 11 Es
oe2aon0 dA pn l1 h qp s f gItI will iv-! lta of nlea.,uf Clteared



Dr. Giteras Says it Probably Came
Either in Fruit Car or From
Infected Person.

sw : ,*. ,0v :, .. ie-d Pen:'a (,ol;
S"' N\- n -',n.., ~,,. lt hn ; d -
'" i .,' p-op ,- ant.

'..' .h:- r,. ,. e fanheil
,. O/ .N,'. i, ,', ( ,erie ,
a .r!;; r )r .\h n ske,
: ; a.- i o v i r .che,
th, ii tt'' :co3a i l,'Fr \ i ,. ,1l .s ,'w
l.**ans 1.> W ,)ii h i: co ..d !,; e ,d ;
; TO i. -a 'a
One of :h, p. ,i .o .ii.- ":.. sai
was that ani infc',', ii t ii, 'ii; wa-
brought here : a car fruit from
New Or]ia'< :, ht r .-qui;o show-
a fondness I t uit. ant after reach
ing here it mni's' have siunR some o'
'he parties who have bee)n i;l.
Another very probable means of in-
fer'ion, he said. was tha: s, e one
had come into the city from New Or-
j lan,. who, whi!e not showing the ef
fects of the fever, hail had' a miHd
case, and had been stuns hr one o;f
The mosquitoes, the latter convtyins
i, to other parties.



The Jacksonville Metropolis says:
Jacksonville is not alarmed ove:
Ithe development of the cases at Pen
sacola. because Jacksonville is nowv
Ithe cleanest city in the south. Me:
Sofficiai-. however, do not propose to
!take any chances of an infected -!-ei,
omryria getting into the city, or by al
lowing people from infected points t
come into the city.
The state law prevents any ci:v

. f _w t Zc.j Hl.yLO f:rom quarantining against any a,,',er
ctr . This power is del,-igan ed to ;n,,
S iRhi. *9;_ A state board of health, which has it;e!:

and entertainment these 'ong'
hot evenings. We sell the
which produces the clearest
sound of any machine on th.

Arroyo. Br ss. Pioumgh, 2337, fo:
Kobe. wi"h 4. 3;0 tons phosphate :oc--:.
Cambiian King. Br ss, Carter. 2316,
fa3 Delagoa Bav, ani Cape Tow:n with
497,000 s ft. sawn timber, 1,949,000 s
ft lumber.

I *I U11UUIUI Ifl mark,'. and can be made to
play fast or slow. VESSELS INi ORT.
SUPPLIES A Augus' Belmont. Br ss, Barnes.
S267, Tampico to Gulf Tiansit Co.
Postal Clerks and Express Clerks Answi, Ie ss, obi to order
SArroyo. Br ss. Ploiugh. 2307. New:-
Must Relay at Escambia Bridge COE'S BOOK STon Tyne to Gult Trani: Co.
COE' S O STO RE, -Brookwed, Br ss,. Brown. 19s7, Sa-
12 Miles East of City. 213 s. PaiafoxSt. annah o hwinhWm S. Kever coew-
Ic nCambrian King. Br ss 231., New-
235 Phone. ;..or News to J. A. Morritt & Co.
Th PuL'ie, Br ss, Harrison, 1-'S5, Faro
The following, from the Jacksonviile 14o J. A. Merric & ('Co.
1iotrpo1. tells of the preauioions - -ri & C.
e g t t, ls of the pre y ag;ionst s Span ss, Omnacchea, 1691,
.i,. ater.iny. ctn: a(fpora oF. 0 Howe &Co. 3
), nf-v:lnf1lotf- E.O. aimat'." Br s. lPogers, 2319
Mayor Nolen's Request. W alter lo Tampico to Gulf Transit Co.
"r ph Y Portr. :ate Hea:,h Kaiser Ger ship lMar:in 1180,Bro-
Officer. Pt-rnsacla, Fla .: General Dealer in men to astrGer .ship Mar:in 1180, Br-
'Th. Ci;:. ,ardi of Health and the Pensacola, Am ss, O'L-ary, 1086,
inim of tne l aeq h iylesiyle un ri New Orieans t.o Gnlf Transit Co.
immliate qluaranrine be planed in, pB c unres Simonside, lr ss, I obson. 195 .
*f-:a ii,-., come her"and nSfro pr anderland to J. A. Merr'tt & Co.
tha; c-:y t',,ss :ed in a denTioni and Fi things. uifport to J. A. Mer'ri t .
c p at ix a. By ordr 1of CYCLES REPAIRED.. A. Mrritt & Co.
the City Bunt-d, ,4 Ha;i. t CYCLES F OR RENT. arK.
"GE'ORGE M. OLAN, CC riery Cross, Nor bk. Ciaussen, 1399,.
hairan." Ion SCork to master.
". Iron Safes, Cash Registers. Type Garibaidi, Ital bk, Ageno, 11145,
Dr. Porter's Response. writers, Guns. Pistols Locks and Urn' Gloucester to order.
lDr. l'r:.r later in tho day sent o 'rolla., repaired. i Hudson, Nor bk, Knud.-en, 771, Lon-
Mayor Nolnn i,,e ;,;hlowing t,,iegram: Lawn Mowers. Scissors, Knives, ,ion to order.
P I' tat- la. August 30th. -s.. sharpened. Santa Barnara, Port lk, Carreia,,
"Hon. Geo,rg,, M. Nolan.. Mayor, Jack- Most complete line Af keys in the t33, Oporto to H. Baars & Co.
sonville: city. cnooners
"HRailrod was forbidden last night Try Hooton'. Messr-nger SorvicA Donna Christina. Am sch, Axelsen,
,' .'!l tik-,c's to points in Florida. when in a hurry to send messages. 165. Belize to master.
;.nd (' Coor' Sa :'ntairsli. snperinten-r. HJalmar, Am sch, Axelsen, 55, Key
,.nt of P. & A. division of hIe L. & N. 12 EAST INTENDENCIA ST. We t to Gulf Transit Co.
R R.. a .Iures me instructions have PHONE 1133. Noas, Rus sch, Sneedze, 333, Gloa-
I',n lyobedy. c--..- center to Master.
"Trains from Pensacola east will
either he relayed at Escambia bridge. RP NTITII I
twelve miles front here, or passenger: ,I UR NTINE STILLS. A NOVEL RAT DESTROYER.
service oier entire P. & A. will be Probably the most wonderful way
discontinued alioethere .ostalandMcMillan Bros. Co. getting rid of ra'es and tmice is the
express clerks can relay atE cambia,' (a di scovery of a ('iCicago man who has
and I shall i glad, to have them do Manufacturers, iniente a Faste that is greedily de-
s h em. MOBILE, ALABAMA. oured by rats, ice, cockroaches
'"Bulk of travel from here is gen- and all vermin.
erally via Fromaton and Montgom- -. .- --- -- The Stearns' Electric Rat and
(i-y. and now. wt'ih f'w exceptions. i A KT Roach Paste, as it it called, contains
ti-.e ten ,ency is the same. therefore M A K E TS a pet(- l iar cthiieal thlia creates a
a deten:,-.n tamp will hardly be de- hurning sensation when swallowed.
ipanded. for so very few would avail Naval Stores Market. and drives the rats and mice who eat
themselves int order to -() east. Savannah, Ga., Selt. 1.-The naval er The Pate house -eath, anof
"If the demand warrant. the Ma- 'tores ,arket closed t -dy eas laf water. The Paste issue death and
rinr,e Hosp::a' se'ice will be asked os k sed -y is iveral satisfaction.
to provi'l' a medr 1 train inspector. -W S'.l everywhere or sent exn;ress.
who Vwiw ameoompaq' traini- fl This v ****** ..................... ; epla i on receipt of price. Stearns'
'w ,in > tn view .an ii c.'rt i . .. .... .. .. ...... 4 9 Fi-(etriri i',t:e (o.. ('h .cago. 11. Sinall
pe.rsons. w,;Nh name--., h4.v'e een an- ".. .. .......................4 o',, :z' 2'i-s.. hotel size, eight times the
perso q.Nvih mm-1 bao ef' "-. . . . . . 1 .'ni.y $...

, ,WJU -. given full power to Dr. Porter, the 'horize i 1)> the ..taie heiilib officer
i Y to~ any patst of W e ate health ) ,',r The city autho-r:- t(o lea' r. Tb-- ..:-tifieato he will
Lies. bo ve,. i ,i -.1 :o look after: d. live to 'e(, uc-or ae the" train. who,
Sorlda. their e o, :'h. - .,, -r. and as therr v.i'.l 'tirn it o v;er "' conUd ,tor of the
is no qluali:;- : ; against Pensaco:a. SeaIo.rdl .i Rive-r .iunc eion.
e-"xcept within :,w ,ck- of wheret-- "The autrilat tons w.i ,e few and
D yellow fever s, the city n"Ticria ly a' o -.ird t.l, in'-tt!'l.e Jo,'-
1t West ZM rageosa Stroet. .board of health a: noon today met i sons. J3)SEPI l Y. POicTER.
Discuss the best measures to adopt. "Sta t Health Officer."

While the city board (a!;no conflict Rigii Quarantine.
with the start board, it can and Tai
-- handle all visitors that may reach this ted against quaranineolabeingi Alnaugm
a ch y from Pensacola. Ti :. was clea ted a-ai Psaola ir. Alabama-
c"y hom- tecas f te en a- and Tennt .se-' caused a belief that
ly shown in the case of ine Keen aml- , ly that came here from New Orleans if-fum-ts frfni Pensacola wotil V
ad erame here from Ntw h lears choose Jacksonville as the outlet it
Sd were hustled outo t ry ere was no detention camp. The
detention camp the Middheur: c*v board consequently will carry
2 road for several da,s. inntion of not a
The resuil of :e meeting of th" ()il its first intenion of not alowinr
city board of health tolay itiakes it -- --
conclusive that vi.-ior.s to this cit SA I AC
from Pcnsawcla will have a tough tin, SA
of it should they enter the city. P:-.
vate detectives wfll k.ep an eagle ey, how is it your clothes always look
open oj tra:ns. anwd citizens generally so nice?
= are urged (o co-operate with the a," That s easy. I belong to the
thorities, in detecting and report Pe
iany visitors fro: Pensacola so tha ensacola Pressi Club.
Stlley may 3e carrie.I oui to the deten
tion camp, and "'.-re.tle" with quar They keep
an;ine hog and hominy for a few days. them in ;-ood shape and only charg-
Sal:( explain to the eua-ds why they tme one dollar per month. Why don't
St:te in this direction. vou join? Just ri;ont up Phone ,75 and
UIon motion of R. D. Knight th-. v Malcolm W'hite yo name, or
-- board decided to send a telegram t ee Euigene Rees. at Johnson's sire.
il-. Porter at once statlnz that Jack
S'iville di not want any PeLsacol - -
P pe 'ome her:'e xc((-pt throng.;
Ii rantina le'ention. A cmtin'ii it,,
"a a!so< se 'e-,et I 'wai' o)n (rovt".'n1)"

I rUIISi |:e11eiso SUCRENE
U:: voadt. whi) is iu the, 'x- ant rD

'" c nt d.

o C.ty Health Officer Miller. wth a
01larev nr io and ,-' o\1eral \eh!i
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Shoe Store


South Palafox Street

; t' :, w r11 o o hirrow mon ing .
nI- a'!' thte ()i n wi l.s and cist'rrni
a-' other br, ding places of nmosqu-
I)-. Miller says that ;'ie time limi'
has expired and now all persons wh.)
he fa:lcd to comply wi.,, orders is
s-i ', will le arrested r,.gardless oi
!t r position oi :Ifluvene -.
Those'z at the meeting of th,
'- l-d t,;; v !i ,- Mayor Nolan. Ci'
I;a:i'h ( Vffl -r t tor P. l)inan. R. 1) ) 1. :;. .y x ttre-ne.-
;':r'-- and C F.--'. .- 'Pr;ol an. The,
?; ': ; .> .'* in ;d" v? :a:ion o:
'. ~-. .l; '" i,' ward l Jack-
S" \ F' an
k -,;1. '. -. O p yec

'-' - -s. \ ?. '*

I x &. x 7 r,,: wil' sh
: ', ; '" : : work.
-,"" E .a Ea-t LaRua
McKin e (Or'r:: r & Co. wbhlesalc
and retail sh.p chant.'ers and grocers.
:he only firs:-class house of the kind
Pensa:cla. Fa-r a'ces to all.
Why use Inferior paper, when you
ca-i buy Krlso Boni. Frc-nch Dimity.
Kara Linen, or Crane's Bond at C. V.
Tiompcons. 30( S. Palafox.
Saucr's extracts are th.- Standard.
Guaranteed pure. All others are
incre imitations. Ask for Sauer's.

. .. . .. .. ............... 4 4u cuantiv. ,$1.10.
S .. .. .. .. .. ............. 4 5
I .. ........ .... ..........4 WM. JOHNSON SON HAVE SE-
.. .. ....... .............4 CURED THE AGENCY FOR ONE ORF
. .. .. .. ...4 4 THE LARGEST EXCLUSIVE TAI-
E .. ......... ***.......... 5 LORING HOUSES IN THE EAST,
C.. .. ...... ................ 3 TAKE YOUR ORDER FOR THAT
Spirits Turpentine 611.' cent FALL SUIT. CALL IN AND EXAM.
A Remedy Without a Peer SAMPLES. 26a'g7t.
"I find Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets more beneficia! than New Meat Market.
any other remedy I ever used for The public will be glad to ltear:
stomach trouble," says J. P. Klote, of that James Sheehan has recently
Edina, Mo. For any disorder of th pen'l a mncat mark,,t a' t;IS E. Cha as
stomach, biliousness or cons ipato .'ree. where choice fresh meats may
hie-e Tablets are without a peer. Fo- !), had at all times. Ih' pi'icot', arc-
sale by all druggists. all right, and thle hoca:ion i e.entral
enough to warrant prompt service.
any one from Pensacola to remain in NOTICE.
this ei ivn ii Anyone having claims against
Dr. Miller, city hel alth officer, last '.rilliam F. Sheen han,,1, will
night, with the aid of the sanltar pItntso present ane o Jas' H. Shee-.
Patrolmen and the pe arrested a ian for paymentt in 30 days' time.
mail clerk from I'aracola and car- Pensacola H1, 1905.EHAN.
riod him to the citv hall, any he was sepola Sept 1, 190ww
sent back to Pensacola with a warn-
ing not to come again until the fever FR
\,as completely stamped out in Pen- FERTILIZER FREE.
-acola. A negro woman who cam.- Anyone wishing good stable manure
:'cnm Pensacola Tuesday was fotiundj ra~is, will apply to .I. L. Pierce. at
a' the corner of Madison and Ward The Lewis Bear Company's warehouse.
,;reoets yesterday af: rnoon and was
-'nt out to the detention camp fo:
,,n ldays.vW D /D 1Uri

Miller Captures Six.
Dr. Ml:ler. ci'v health officer, and
ills as;istan s have been l)1, v since
a st night capturing Pensa.ola t )opl'
\vho caaie here y(-',r .:. a: ,i send-
'i thlem to the dI e'entin ca-mp o(il
'lie Mild'ebtrg road. Dr. M 'ir
- ,ceill in ettiug one y ,st, rday'
,feo'n,(n. two last niiht a nld there .
,is morni-gi and tthe( y were p l)roni).'
-*TtI out lo the detention ct:np litH-
-'\tpeets to land two or throe morell) i
.his afternoon and this wilI cons'i-
IIte the bunch w) caiIme to Jack.n-
vile. The captured ones are Pullman
Conductor Scott, Expresv Messenger
Brazi(' and Postal Clerks Hagder.
and Ha'k. The other two are an un
known white man and a negro woman.
The Detention Camp.
The detention camp is on the Mid'
,:0eburg road and is in charge of Geo.i
WV Tamis. It is clean but rather lone-1
some and ibs eight in the woods.
Dr. Miller says that there will b, '
no relaxation of the vigilence, and '
that he is receiving much aid fro:i.
e':iz'ns g:,nera;!y who are reporting:
;lhese victims.

Of Cholera Morbus with One Small
Bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera artd Diarrhoea Rem-

Mr.'. G W Fowier. of Hiis;,',v'-r
Ala.. reaites an experience hle i.
Shile scoring on a tRp"it jury in ;
:nurier ease at Edwardrvi'le. cein-n'.
seat o' Clebourne county. Alabama.
He says: "While there I ate seorr
fre-h nmeat and some souse meat and
it cave me cholera morhus in a ver.%
severe form. I was never more sick
in my life anti sent to the drug stare
for a certain cholera mixture, but the
druggist sent me a bottle of Chamber-
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy instead, saying that he had
what I sent for. but that this medicine
was so much better he would rathpo
send i4 to me in the fix I was In. 1
took one dose of it and was cureu in
five minutes. The second dose cu'-
ed me entirely Two fe'low juro-
were afflicted in the same manner
and one small bottle cured the three
of us." For sale by all druggists.

g, D. IIUUiRi, UU
Manufacture-rs of
aid D)alers in

The Union Central Life

has a lower death rate, lower expense rate, and higher
Interest rate th.n any company doing business in Florida.
S t should be eaay for you to decide the rest.

S. Williams, General Agent.

I Iron Works and Supply Co.
Manufacturers and Repairers of
Prompt attention given to a'l orders, day jr night. Agents
for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dogs, algo
It i f ll descr11 eaantions- I

uJains oi o l Uans rpL.ioun
Office Phone 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr.
Residence Phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123.




Such expressions often escape the women who
use the old-fashioned coal and wood stove.

My l It's Such a Comfort!

is the oft' repeated exclamation of those who


27 East Garden Street.

Phone 148.




Estate !

We are prepared to take all

the real estate that is on the



Phone 1052.


Fisher Building.

It will pay you to investigate our prices before buying yer
Hardware, Sash, Doors, Blinds or Lumber,
S We also handle Paints, Oils, Brick, Lime and CeenaLt.
We can save you money on everything .

SSaunders Mill Company

S Office 29 East Garden Street, P 717.
S Factory, North Palafox Street. Phoae 1130.

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


Composed of Corm. Oats.
Barley. Linseed Meal. and
Molasses. It*' pure gqod-
nca. Each of the iingredi-
ents has its special function
and as proportioned in this
combination male a perfect
feed for horses and mules.
It provides abundant energy
and replenishes muscular
waste at low cost. It devel-
op. peed. prolongsc ndur-
ance and promotes thrift.



What Makes th Marie 6o?

A famous little book telling of
fact anot neaerally haa. Free
orjusttlthe asking. Sced for it.


No two men look alike.
Is It reasonable, then, to sup-
pose that the same style Hat
will be equally becoming to all
men? We are inclined to think
not. We go upon the supposi-
tion that the
of shapes, widths of brims,
Heights of .crowns and col-
orings. the greater will be the
Accordingly. we present the
greatest variety of Spring Hats
to be see" in Pensacola.
It embraces all shapes color-
ings and proportion' from the
conservative shapes to the latest
in young men's snappy styles.
Prices, 50c to $3.50.

Phone 297

Cor. Main and Palafox Sts.

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