The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: September 5, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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.Latest Telegraphic News Service==Foreign and Domestic-Furnished

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SBy As.ociated Pre 4. JAPANESE STILL CONTINJE Judge Baldwin Delivers Address
hb O i Portsmouth, N. H., Sept. -The PREPARATIONS FOR BATTLE on Advantages to Be Gained
peace treaty will be signed at three -
M o'clock tomorrow afternoon. The In- Lidziapudze, Manchuria, Sept. 4.- By Such Employment.
SThe Japanese are continuing prepara-
dications this morning were that the tions for lt)l,,. This causes aston-
trety would not be signed today. Tne ishmeunt at Ihe moment when the peace -
O0CTOR ARRESTED pronticc of last Tuesday's meeting treaty is about .o e o .i ned at h Portl OBJECTIONS GIVtN
when peace was arranged, is still In moutth. The Ru.s:an aiance ,p.ss
report that th' Japa .aa,-se troop,, are
issue and is regarded by both sides much dissatisfio,1 with the acJ
t B Ct with Fa Hi to as of greatest importance. The Jap- agreements. Every Argument Against Out-Door
anese said this morning that if the
*Tm nkw treaty is not signed today it will be WA L OST OFF FERN ANDINACLabor Controverted.
!due to the Russians. as the Japanese LOST OFa FERNANDiNA?
copies of the treaty and the protocrC Fernandina Fla Sept. 4.-Th e two



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New Orleans. L ., Sept. 4.-
The yellow fever situation up
to p .. tod' y was as follows:
New csaes, 48; total to date,
Deatts, 5; total 292.
New disease centers, 16.
Cams under treatment, 321;
dmhared 1,40.

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Mew Orleans, Sept. 4.-Two cause
F inlht.d to the large number
bpoe*s today. One cause was t
Wrge number after a Sunday
%U the other was the arrm
-404 G IraaM over Smadae of E
a*re, a well kmown physidma, f
se oig f Slunn to rt two em
1 trwtay. Th7b action evidently hi
,as efeet on other physicians, wk
SUsamat toa report cases, of whli
!ge may not develop yellow fever
Dr. Berge was released today on
a sntaal bond. having proved that
reported the cases to the emergent
Iteapltal and not to the federal hea
ers having got the wrong tel
I fae b-y mistake.
' The mayor has been petitioned
take action to postpone the annu
M moving day. October det. when man
S people change residences. This a
Go= is on account of the danger
Spreading the infection. The may(
has promised to act in the mate
ih There is much rejoicing that Mob!
batc raised her quarantine against A
laata, which was regarded here i
wholly unnecessary in the first place



CONSIN WOODS T 0 SETTLEMENT. Sunday Morning, All in and
By Associated Press. [who escaped from the vessel on a Near the Infected District
Bayfleld, Wis., Sept. 4.-The steam- sma'i boat is most harrowinr- They "
Q -__ 4 ....,. ... .. .T...,i .. .. T. I buffered the waves for t',v nrv-fou r'

r i Sevonla was wtreceu and t fo-
IaI I l.uiis ani then spent twenty-four
land reef, in Lake Superior, Friday ,orsh cutoin heir way through the Pt TV
night. Twenty-two people with the wilds of the WV.sconsin woods to a:' II
crew and passengers, including four settlement.
women were aboard. It was sup --
posed that tho captain and six of the! All Accounted For. Ga
crew have been lost and late to-da:t, l)tAi'h Minn, Scp: 4.-A small Gulard of
they were pecked up by tug on th:e O;: wi:h fiv, pw';irsons trom he wre'k-1
vessel which hal since gone to piece- e,'l sreamrc; Sevonia has reached sho;c. vent
on the reef. t thus accounting for al! on the,
The story of rhe buffetings of those steamer.

of Tuesday are ready and that Komu- men from the ill-fateld -hip Peconic. OPEN AIR WORK OFPERS LESS

ra is authorized to sign.
Mr. Plancon. at eleven o'clock, took

which they say sank near this shore
last Sunday, are sti:! h(i,, and, in:
obedience to orders revived fromi

BOR A lND r GiV S OPlnP nrhlllu1r-.

a final draft of the Russian protocol New York from thi vessel's owners.' ,' ',1 -vr un, A
ST of Tuesday to the Japanese. M. will likely be detained for several TO IMPROVE PUBLIC ROADS September 4
Witte, however, said he could not say weeks, until the t:-uth of their story-
LL whether the treaty would be signed is fully established. 0 AND OTHER PUBLIC HIGHWAYS. By Associated Press.
today or not Later an agreement was No bodies have yet washed ashore
reached that it would be signed by the and no wreckage from the vessel has N ALE ADDRESS.outhern League.
Splenipotentiaries tomorrow. been seen. Southern League.
Birmingham 4, Shreveport 1; morn-
- By Associated Pres. ing.
1 aEipr SEVENT CASES B yA sot P t Birmingham 5, Shreveport 4; after-
SBEGdapest, Sept. 4.-At to-day's ses-; noon.
Sslon of the international prison con- Memphis 2, Montgomery 5; morn-
S AND 25 DEATHS ress, Judge Simeon E. Baldwin, of ing.
Connecticut, professor of constitu- Memphis 2, Montgomery 3; after-
"f li Wl ON tonal anal international law at Yale'noon.
nivrsiy, nadent alrortw n the;Nashville 4, Little Rock 3; morning.
SCOURGE CONTINUES ITS DEAD- question: "By what principles and' Nashville 0, Little Rock 2; called
AWork in the fields or other useful
PRUSSIA. public work in the open at?"
In opening his report J3dge Bald-: American League
Berlin, Sept. 4.-It is officially bul-, win asked whether society had not; Philadelphia 5, Washington 0;
letined here today that there have pushed reaine:nont too far in its no- morning. t
RT been seventy or more cases of cholera tions of th, duty of sottety towar-d Philadelphia 5, Washington 4; af-
Sand twenty-five deaths in Prussia. the individual and whether the rights, ternoaon,
es And a Proict Cordn S HIas Bee of the indi- idual were not'inferior to New York 4. Boston 9; morning.
Sff those of the community. He held New York S, B 'jton 5; afternoon.
be Plagn Arnem the City tO0 PENSACOLIANS that he who offended again t the laws Cleveland 2, St. Louis 1: morning.
's should be treated as the Interests of Cleveland 0, St. Louis 7; afternoon.,
st Pm i I M* W ERE RELEAS society Q'emand and that tbose charg- Detroit 5, Chicasp 1.
r.ir WeLK KLL AS U ed with the administration of the laws t---
Shor aould take such steps toward the National Leag-e.p
I culpalM as would mak BOOd citi- Boston-Brooklyn, rain. c
s PEOPLE W.HO WERE SENT TO ST. zen-oftldm. In the belt et- law, p tteburg 3, Chicago 2, (ten innings)
ho mFrty-oight m 9are 11 duty as a. LOUIS QUARANTINE STATION he saidreparationby the criminal morning.
eb g iard about the city this morning, UARANTINwas judgeA to be more important than Plttsburg 4, Chicago 3. afternoon ,
er. and the duties of these men are to GOT AWAY YESTERAY. punishment and chastisement was in- New York 7, Philadelphia 1; morn- I
Keep refugees from leaving Pensacola - filed only when the offender was ing. a
heeunable to make reparation. Society. New York 11, PhiladepT:.a 6" aft-r- s
he and making their way Into other dis- Special to The Journal. hnabe held, had no less rights to-day New York 11, Philade 6: after
cy tricts. They were sworn into office St. Louit, Sept. 4.-The Pensacola thn t origin and een had more St. uis 3, Cncinnati
Sd- by Sheritf Van Pelt who was call- people who were sent to the quaran- for the world ha come reuis 3ogniencinat
Supon by State Health Offer Porter, ine station on their arrival at St that it Is necessary In the puuth Atlantic Le e. t
Sand under the laws of the state the Louis Saturday have been releasedt-rest to tiregrn a crine irst i n -
to guards must carry out orders given The party consisted of Mrs. C. W.a wrong against the community at Columbia 9, August 1.
al them. Oliver and five children; Mr. and Mrs., large however severely It may affect, Macon 8. Jacksonvll '2.
UY The state health offcer, owing to John W. Maloy and four children; N. However severelyhaleston Savannah 0; morning
o the fact that many persons were leav- Rosenstein. and four others who were Charleston 3, Savatnah 1; after-
of ing the city and going into small traveling In the party. i (Continued from Page 5) noon.
or towns nearby, called upon the sheriff
'r. and asked that he place a cordon
le around the city and under the laws
- of the state he muoyththe Castro's Pipe Dream of What His New $2,5oo,ooo Army Will'
es request. i
The sheriff immediately started outi

VER SPREADIMNG ALL jto procure men for this service, and
AONER G TE GOLF ALL COAST now has on duty forty-eight, and they
ALONG THE GOLFCOASTcover the district thoroughly.
Miss. Sept. .- e yellow The guards are under four captains
fers Mis.pr Sept. 4.-Thil e yellow and each of these has a certain terri-
gulf coast. reading ew casedily along the try to cover and a specified number
ported fro ulfport and two rem of guards under his control. The cap-
M rU pi City t onight. The remov- tains are N. McK. Oertlng, R. L.
Sity tonight. The remo Nicholson. Filo McAllister and W. H.
f L au 11 military guards around infect- Kilbee. The men alternate in their
fts has been ordf feverd imoing tohe night and day watches and the sheriff
gr lence of fever among the expects that it will be impossible fot
allof whom are infected.1 one to pass them. as all roads are be-
Ieports two new Case- ng carefully guarded.
seve aUder treatment there., n carefullguarded.
ky's Repf rt les Avenue. near Audubon Park. City'
SOrleas, Sept. 4.-The officilkI Councilman E. T. Dunn is alim on the
to 6 p. m. Sunday was as lo'- I list. Of the deaths.. one occurred ?.t
the Emergency Hospital.
.. ................ ". The local situation looks so bright
O cases to date.... .. ....2,024 now, that were it not for the nests of.
S.. .. .. 3 infection in the country, it could be
eath.. .. .. .. :. .. .. 27 said that the worst was over. The,
S OWh.. .. .. .. .. .. ..... 11 country situation, While not what it'
uader treatment.. ...... 305 should be, is improving somewhat,
... .. .. .. .......1,432 though the discovery of new foci'
the raMt time in over a month causes some little anxiety. Despite
!Mbte r of new cases was in tot: 'he rigid regulations providing for
MWth only three deal.as. the use of health certificates for peo-
red to eighty-three deaths oa0 ple coming in here from Infected
3, 1878, the feeling of confidence places, it is believed that many per-
60t the fever is being wiped out is sans have succeeded in getting from
V WMw1. Among the new cases is some of the count-y places, especially
S tof Captain B. F. Clayton, U. S A., from the Aiver parishes, where it Si
the Quartermaster in charge of th'! easy to use some craft, and make a
S *eprtkenFt. He resides on St. Char- landing in the city.

' Fifty Killed and Corpses Strew

the Streets in Russian Province

& St. Petersburg. SepT. 4-Dispatches Sunday's fight have been received.
hTve been received saying that fifty but private dispatches say that!
pople were killed during the fighting corpses are lying about the street and I
St Baka Caucasus. Satu--43y. with a incendiary fires have been started'
MrTespondingly larec number of and a hundred and fifty buildings have:
euaded. No official accounts of been destroyed.

Robert Bacon Succeeds Loomis

as Assissant Secretary of State

Gy AuePiatla Pvp .i ment. Mr. Bacon has been for many"
r SBay. Se~t. 4.- rt Bacon. years an important factor in New
0 New York. has been uppoeated as- York business life. being connected,
until recently with the banking house
Sst ecreary of state to sa ceed of J. Pierpont Morgan and Co. Hei
i taooIis, ruined. The prse i- wIm ame the duteas of the ofics
S"Mt t4ay authorized the sanoune- about the middle C( oat ,. i





For Apalachicola and Other Points
and Has Discontinued
Moile Trip.

The steamer Tarpon, which plys be-
tween Pen Pensacola and Apalachicola
and other points In that section, will
-ot again touch at Pensacola as long
as yellow fever exists here. In fact
she will come only as far as the quar-
antine station, where she will receive
whatever cargo may be awaiting her.
The vessel, owing to the quaran-
ine regulations, is not allowed to de-
part from the port, and therefore
could not take on cargo here for
points along her route, but hrmaog~
ments have been made by which all
hipmente going from this city can
be placed upon lighters in the city
and towed across to the quarantine.
station, where the shipments will be
loaded on the vessel and delivered to
he consignees.
Tile Tarpon, owing to the regula-
ionF, will not go ro Mobile this trip



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48 Men Placed to Pro.-
Leaving or Entering&




" The fever situation in Pen- *
*' sacola up to midnight was as *
7, follows:
o New cases, including one
i- for Sunday, 5; total cases to
.- date, 12.
Cases un'er treatment, 7.
Suspi ious cases. 3 or 4.
e # # g aag g g g g

So far as the number of new cases
were concerned, the yellow fever situ-
ation In Pensacola yesterday, showed
no improve., nt. with the possibltMe ex-
ception of the decrease in suspicious
cases, and the fact "tat the system of
fumigation, screening an the district has abo.;t been perfected.
and is now becoming very effective.
Since The Journal was Issued SaB-
day morning five new cases have de-
veloped. and each of these la of a mile
fcrm. The new cases are all eomda-
ad to the- rigLeLdistrict, where
disease as first discovered, and tde
make a total of twelve cases to date.
The new cases are:
Miss Genevieve Brent, East Romana
street; taken sick September !.
John Gracia, of dredge Caucus,
taken sick August 30.
John Humphreys. of ast Inteodea-
ia street, taken sick September 1.
Mrs. C. P. Ketterer, of 202 East
Zarragossa street.
C. P. WIntero. residing at King's
Boarding Hiouse,. National Hotel)
East Government -treot.
All of the parties stricken with the
fever have spent some time in or alose
4^-I theb 1itrze-t -1M1V1 ---

DANGER IS FEARED. As usual, there was much discu.-
sion yesterday over the situation, but
most of th4,i originated In rumors that
By Associated Press. h| ad been placed In circulation by par-
lanta. Sept..-J. C Carnither ties who are evidently not aware of
anta.o reached Atana from PensacoCarrherhow they are viewed by the public.
riday and developed a case of el- ome dissatisfaction was also ex
'w fever and y'ho was removed to those lirease by pain ties who water wthted
detention hospital, three miles from th leave ad quaho rantine not p'rmict
he city, was reported today to be im- lile there quarve been tine ases t.
rovin. Prcation.. against any While there have ben five cases ln
rovssible nry of another cas hany the city during the past two days
osibe enoryd si)f another case have there Is not much case for uneast-
well ;edoul)led since the Carruthers: ess, privldi, the c!:htens will ren-
ase came, and it is not thought nrob- der assistance to the health office re
ble that any more cases will get into ,who aretoing every thing ofibleto
tlanta. who are 'ing everything psible t
Quarantine a'-anIt this city ha stamp out the disease and who will
Quan rantine a Im-t ints city D.: succeed if given the proper support.
een rai-. at in',t points and Dr. Mayor Pis. and all of the oDfrcers
ertIonbaker, of the Marine Hspttal or is and all of the oflcers
orvice, ik r. the marri Issin o the city are doing everything pos-
rvi.ea::h ri< a'e.o totrrow single sible to he!p in the work, and there
ea:!h ccrtiflca:e' to tii,)e who nave. will be no let up.
ten hr r n day. issue be- ill be no let p.
-oon the star,. : I io ;p city boArd ofl Tore Away Screens.
a-i l:as. nf' ,. o.rI)ie and a refusal! A report was circulated last night
I: a r-i tEi e:r,rlay to q;;ran.- that reert on windows and doors,
: . .i i'. in: ." -; points is nor in the infected district. which had
, :,; t L.c .Jr r tt d ,Jy TIe -late! b'Fn placed there hy the authorities,
)al. ba been Lorn away by narties oce -.

Hudson. N. Y.. Sept. 4.-Four young
wofen, t~Vu of whom were returning
from their father's fn'uno'ral, ,i~ re
dro-Aned in the Hudson river nh ee
Sunday, when the iniall pleasur-e
steanm.".r, Young America, was r'i
do(,'n and sunk by the ferryboat. Geo.
H. Power. They wore Mary C. Befnll,
Jennie L. Bedell and Sarah Brown, all
of New York city, and Margaret Mc-
Kay of Coxsackie.
Bark Was Spoken.
Th! bark Nori!-.set, 47 days from
D',ppo, France'. 1,ounl for MobilTe.
va, .-pr- ,- rer'lay by the ni'ot
t-ca I':-crida. The vessel askel to) be
report- 1.


paying the hou.es,. who had become
st,'newhat incense:l on account of not
bing allowed to so where they mfght
Cease. When asked about this Dr.
I orter saill:
'If people ,r TlFt in this policy, Jet
s- much longer will the quarmaalm
remain on in that district. Th1
sh(.i:df assist rather 'han discourage.
an'd they m:is' do this or else remata
t;i-re until frost. If they persist li
tc-a!ng 4way screens and throwing
ei -tarl(- in 'he way of the health a.
thorltipe~, 'hey will remain there JIt
that much !oirftr. We have got to
av.alt 'he ,devlr.pment of any taeeo
nosquiro whirh nay have escaped
from the fumigation, and which may
!hve bitten a patient in this distr t.
P .iiles we do not want any mosqauit

XContinued on Page 3)

Believed Taft's Visit Will

Mark End of Chinese Boycott

3' A 44'- 1 of the Viceroy, who was unable, how-
Hong Konz. ,.3. i.-S?-r',tary Taft eer, to be present on account of sick-
and party arrive,'d in Canton this morn-, ness. F-i,-ndly ipeecee.. were made
!ng and ro eelle.d to the American: and the party wP.s treatel with re
cor. ; , : : -a met by a ha:-.is,,y t and !.', -e:c. It it believed
tal;,-. of t; Viry's :!:arr<. Afterithe visit of the Ame:-:.an party wUI
a recep:o)n at tne consiWde, the party! mark the end of t:e boycott of ARM&
was entertained at luncheon as guests ican goods.

T HE WEATHER: Fair Tuesday
arA Wednesday; light north


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One of the Famous Well-Known Doctors (Dr. Guitera

declares all Four Cases to be Genuine

SYellow Fever!

| Therefore, I put up $500.00 to Guarantee thi

if Anyone will take the Genuine

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SAccording to Directions and a Case Develope


C. APOSTLE, at Nick's esauran.

IU IUVEEfTfiflTI S E&Western Railroad Company, ta sue- otherwise provided) of tracks therein natal grade of the land, but in all franchises or property, shalH be and side of said street: from its line at tko tion of piers and w
S-ce omsrs and assgns. as it may deem necessary and proper. cases the railroad bed ard tracks shall they are hereby repealed. Intersection of Donelson san Cedar, runnlng of tracks
AN OR AN L 'Before the curve to the west of Section 4. Work on .ne main linetbr made to o2orm to the grade from Section 12. The granted, its su Otreets across Clubbe, Olia, "9,' the right to build
AN ORDINANCE. Oliva Strw,. reaching from Oliva of sa'd railroad between, Pensacola time to l ae thereafter etaeblimbed cessors and assigns, shall be allowed Alston and "C" Streets to McCllan Donelson and Ooyle
Sr t e oh street to Chipley Street, and the curve and Andalusia shall be commenced be- therefore by the City authorities, and twenty (20) days from the passing of- Street and theee along McClellan tracks thereon as re
1 Sranting to the Pene tola A NorthW from Chase and Oliva Streets to Han- fore March 1, 1906. 'Failure to comply upon all the* streets heretofore men- e ti ordinance within which to file a Street to a connection with the Pema, ness of said road.
asern Rairoad C any, its c-nah's Aliey, and the curve from Han- with this provision of this Section toned, aid tracks ohal belald and written acceptance of same in th cola & Perdido Railroad: from it line made ana the igth t
con and assips, the right of nah's Alley to Reas Street, shall be ball operate as a forfeiture of all maintained sm as to admit of the free office of the Clerk of th" City of Pensa- o Donelson Street eastward alos are subject to the
built, a plat thereof, showing the loca- the grants, rigMe ara privileges and easy paosage of vel~hles along cola. If said acceptance is not filet Cedar Street to Bfayln street: from a act of the Legislatu
way through. over, along and across tion of a5l s-i.l tracks, and the man- granted hereunder. The work on the and across an.l on every paft of said with the raid City Clerk within sati point at the intersection of "I and Florida, granting s
. chelin atreete In the City of Pen- ner of ccn.tr'ct!on, shail be made by spur tracks and wharf trackS diall streets. time, all the grants, rights anl privil- Chipley 8treete astwrtalong Chipley City of Peacola.
a, nd certain righ in and to said grantee, its successors or assigns, be completed from timo to time as Section 8. That the said grantee, its eges granted by this ordinance shall Street and Hannah's Alley to Spring There is also ira
ertaln roertv in said city, and in and sublnilttel to, and approved by, the nrecessitics of business require. successors and assign- shall keep and terminate, and the sai td granted, Its Street: fro a point on its tracks on tee., its succe
.CinWaetr Fitvc. nhe .y C, unel. The entire road shall be completed maintain the streets between its tracks, succeeors and a.ulgns, shall cease to Ollva Streetat or near the Intersection right to acquire frl
.e Water Front there V'Whnever ;he construction of the from Pensacola to Aidalus'a, A!a- and for eighteen (IS) inches on either have any further interest or rights of Chase street to and across Garden Northeastern Rall Uroc
Be it ordained byr thi Mayor and I rairoeil upon the streets preecribed bama, on or before September 1, 100f. side thereof, in the same condition there-o. Street and other intervenltg street to succesaoru aniMael
Co.ity dOa: il of Forids: t.alRing of angle uDo: which It a within the said time shall operate as kept the same streets adjacent to the 7ctS oh assertion or cim block No. i connecting with tweep oeren an
i S ioa 1. That thero be, and is irpr?.c:cable to construct tracks pnd a forfeiture of all the rights and grants parts occupied by ald tracks, an te eacola, orie the tracks on sad Alley: from a pot granted by the tt
bereby grantel to th Pensacola & -o rains thereon, the said, and privileges granted under thi shalt construct and ml talin all nces- byaimte ty rtof thensaco o rt e, or on tho tracks ton Oliva Street, at or C. Brent, C. M.
.Northeastersn oalroad Chompany, a FGana, ".:a s:-r eeora and assigns franchise. If any street not now s~ry ntereection street crossings over tioned and described or referred -' track on Chpley Street, at or about assigned andtra
arporation of the St.e of Florida, a-o here- y grar'ed the right to con- under ater or the ;nnd on Spring tehr said roadbed and tracks, and Ia the decree of the Circuit Court d -Street and from a point on Chip- Pensacola &
a mcces ors ad aig.s d ab right of rect :.''- sar 1 ins, so as to make Street granted for depot and terminal whenever the city or ab:ift ing property camcbia County, Florida signed by' ley Street at or about "I" treet to Pensacola Nor det
ar for railroad tract eai d the right ane -. e sry aed pra.ticable curves. purposes shall not be occupied for the owners on a of the saiJ streets shah ion. Francis I. Carter. Judge, on the leyt on lva Street, at or about p"D er a many, for depot
to own. construct, maritate, operate, an. to tha. P,.,. to eros such streets purpose authorized rein by the improve, grde or pav. any street or 11st day of July. 1905, in the causep overnmen Street: f ro abotsi poses atnd to us; th
sad run. by steam or elctricky. loco. not r..i-net htrein as may be neces- grantee, its succeoers or assign,, part of street, upon w ch said graD pending in said Courtn wherein Government Street: t rom its line on said purposes; mo to
Jeotve, engires and cars thereon, s. -. provided that befo.v euch curves under the privileges herein conferred, tee, ts succe.ssors or assigns, shall McCullough, J. J Sullivan and M.. ward through section No 18 to and Company. ts sucor
rer, alk, acsrous agd throughh the "hap.l bh ,ons.-iacted, maps or plates before the first day of Septembe-, construct their said tLacks, or any Quina are complainants and the C.ty along Jowrdan street to the & N. the rightly o tuse
;:oUowang named streets. to-w!t: howuine a'ne shall b'e submitted to 1909. all privileges herein granted part thereof, the said granted, its suc- of Pensacola is defendant. Railroad. And there is granted to the rih t to u tl
5egainna 5-tere a p -ongrat.o in tI-t- Ci Co,,Te,. and anrovej by It. shall cease as to any r'ch street or cessors and a.signs, shall. at the same Passed Augurt 7th. 10- 05.ad antee is suesrsantd to ee ls0 ground Jointly
Stralght line of Oliva Street would S.oe:en 2. Thnt there Is hereby ,.aid depot and terminal property and time, or upon notice given by th3 Approved August 10th. 1905. granted, its successors and as- c ola & Northeaate c
u ha e the northern bonr.dary of the -ror" .' the sad gra'antee. Its sue- said pr.v\leges shall cease also as to proper City authorities, improve, grad CHAS H. BLISS connection between the said tracks ter be agreed
City, and thence aoutlhwrd, to. along #wr-s ndl e..icns. all the right, title any street, ehart or other prop- or pave the space between their rails Attest: Mayor of Pen:acola. cuonn the streets upon which they may te eo be it reed
end hrouglth said stre., on the eastt e.' i :ei:r<. of the Ci:v in and to theioty it the grantee, its successors .'r and tracks and for eighteen (18) uin.- B. S. BERNARD, Clerk. bpon cestcretsc u en wrich ofey may n hereai, Pte sUcc
side th.At, to Main Street; al-, front 'n c 'eo :apn the shor, line on the assitns eha'i discontinue the use the:e-. ches on each side thereof in the same ..t.,. ,-,, e. Th. r- t o,,I w .nd sa d Pensacol.

the iate-sotion of I S'ret an- Chip-r nrt1- 1 h per-hr- d line establish- of for twelve consecutive months, manner and with the inme material AN ORDINANCE. double t-raks upon al streets and t( asliagn
ley ,,trve along Chiploy St- e aan c.7- t' rnit'r1 Stao- enove-nment. af:er having made use c.f said street, as ft used in improving, grading or An Ordinance Granting to the Pensa. embrace the Drivilege of running spr on e
Hatanb'ath Alley. eastward to Spr;m RTi b~e',-- n r.-na Freet on the; wha.rf or other property in the man- paving the reo ainder of said street cola, Alabama & Wertern Railroad tracks into the yards, depots and ware- Section The
ires;. a:,o r'~u a poit-: on (h- tr~-ack aw ar',- DV .lb;"'-: Sire.xo on the r.r pr:l by this ordinance, adjacent to th- said rails and tracks, Company, its Successors and As- houses of said grantee, its successors the City to grant the
on 01:va -', at -.r about Gi-.eory We for tho pi-pa-o o; the construe- Secnon 5. Nothing in this ordinance and shall maintain tthe same in good signs the Right of Way Through, assigns, at such places and in rroads to cross
iSreet, to a point on the Zc: on i-- -, p:ors and wa-zIhouses, and the el'al be construed to permit the co- order and condition to the satisfaction Over, Along and Across Certain such number as the City Council may the streets hereby gi
Chipk' Prweet. at 0- ab':ot D :-ef< "r- ~' t....s tr h.cn, and ai.o struc:io.i of any trails or other of the proper City authorities in ac- Streets in the City of Pensacola and, determine upon application by It or and enforce such r
and framn a point on Ch-'&ey Stree:. at !'." rt-' *" I '' i wharv-s, on Rous stru-nures upon any land held under cordance with the terms of the char-1 Certain Rights in and to Certain them. tlon and requlremte
or about D street. ,n a point on .he 'r. *i ey t-ar.: Thereon, a-. any va'il leae or other title by any ter or ordinances of the City of Pen- Property in Said City and in the! Before the curves to the west of ner of operating the
track on Glir'a strm. a' or about Gov-. ,' u lines? of the said pe-rson or plrs,?ns other than the saad'sacola. Water Front Therein: I Oliva street, reaching front Oliva ol the streets or wh
rwnmert street; alWo from a point on I T' r-irt heNvv made, and grans-e, its successor or assign t, Section 9. All transfers heirtofore Be it ordained by he Mayor and' Street to Chipley Street and the curve cation and number
ibe track on Oliva S'r*-t. at or near :'1 ':.r-': the iotorsection of Cha'te street, (to : t ', -.- ions of .te Act cr of sa. h lca-e or other title or the same cola and Northeastern Railroad Comn. Fla. rah's Alley shall be built a plat there- a it mPy deem 1Mec
and across Garden and other inter-, tbr Le,-isle *-,,. gr.anP; said snace t hall hav( been acquired by the said pany by F. C. Brent, C. M. Covi-ngton, Section 1. That there be, and i. of, showing the location of all said! otion 4. Work
VTing trees. to a point on Hannah's ;i C!-v of Pe-s-co'a. gr. .._., it,; ruccr..rs .-r as-igns, by J. A. Chaffln, C. W. Lamrar and J. C. hereby granted, to the Penracola. All- tracks and-the manner of construction, shall be comallce
Ailey, in B:(Kck Fif:y.-Se--cn or Blo<,k Tir.( : r g.ar edi hereby to the iu; chase or c-'crwiie. Avery, of any grants. rights, privil-b ama & Western Railroad Company, a shall be made by said grantee, its suc- (1st) day of Mqegh,
Fi ty-Eight. coeo.-tin-. wih ;the rack '.i g -' .- it- su~e- s-ors and a.- Sciicti nt6. That the City of Pensa- eges, powers, franchise- or property corporation of the State of Florida, it, cessors and assigns, and submitted to comply with this p
.on amid Alley. aindfron the 'rack ca signs. for <'ot and' ;t'rmial purpo- cola in grartKl.g the ri-hts, privileges heretofore granted by any o:.dinance successors and assigns, the right ot and approved by the City Council. tlom shall operate as
flanna.h's Alley. at a point b-tween se'-. all :'he la-id own ?, by the Chy .id fra.nchises herein mentioned shall of the City of Pcrn:a-:Alt to them, their way for railroad tracks and the right Whenever the construction of the the grants, rights an
DeVli'w-rs Streat an- Co-ylo St-re'. to !wsC t and bort'c'rin- on Spring be held only to grant :;uch as it has associates or asign-s, shall be, and to own, construct, maintain, operate railroad upon the streets prescribed in ed hereunder. The
o point on Retc Street. between Car S,'r.te. qn_ lv::- bo:we Gardlea and the prVwc ta grant, anl not as wa-- are hereby approve.-l .ni confirmed. and run. by steam or electricity. loco- this ordinance will necessitate the tracks and whaff tra
oft 8-rTeet arnd nt,- i:'<-.i St':. Rcnana S -..-. a, ith- said (-ranc'e, ranti:n the same or s'i.ecting ittsel! Section 10. That the Mayor and Cit+ motives. engines and cars thereon, making of angles upon which it s pleated feom time to
end thence down Ren;. street to the 's n(." pier h~iead linet ertabui..'.i by the Uni- r?' *>' C ::-,--: ,- :he Pensacola, that may occur by r-eason of granting erected to convey to the grantee, its followingname- streets to-wit: Begin- operate trains thereon, the said grai- shall be built fror
Sed States Gove--nment; ls h f- am the A',ba,':. .rd Wr.-:-n,. la'lroal Corn- te .Fame. and the sa'i. grantee, itss successors ani a.-:-igns. all the right, r.ing where a prolongation in a straight tee, its successors and assigns, are northerly or northwe
aothen bI.-ird.- of 'c:. C!:y whert C IrnT. : U*'"'ioI of I lor.d,. Its sue- ,suc:- s or: and assiIs hy accepting title and interest of the Cit- of Pensa- ::ne of Oliva street would reach the hereby granted the right to construct a point not less tha
Street touche- the ro h0-'.n ho-,-, c.-.- >-s :,-. S2.--s., a '-e-half inter- the franchise granted by this ordi- cola in a.nd to all lots in the Water northern boiun.:ary of the City and the saim' lines so as to make the nee- from Pensaeola befo
do"w C Street to th, in:t'rse,:ion I': fn ,'. Ia-, i g:;antel by this Se race. shall thereby bind themselves Front of sai City embraced in th-3 thence Fcu'h-.'-.rd to, along and eFsary and practicable curves and to day of March, 1907,
with the track to bIe con,-ru be- "< a. in :.- ti-e ti~,rc, for suc'a t"* -ehc-- "- 'e City of Pensacola from grant covered b,- ttis .'rilnance, upo.ii through 5*i: -treet to the pier head that end to crors such streets not' point at least one
tween the juncn o0 Gregory an-i <" :.. ...... ,r ,o a:-- a:yv i.ai'v r: fo- any damages to them he payment by t'he s:' grantee, Its !ine in the water lf-rt established by named herein as may be necessary: (150) miles distant
Olvra Str-eetas .-d tic actiontion of ) r. r. :-. P.'nsrco-. Alabama & ha ''-- < -ca. i,-el or brts:ng by rea- successors and assigns or. or before the Unitie S:ates Government: Be- Trovided that before such curves shall northwesterly direct
and Chiple. S'r":-. rr-dr authority v---- lli iE. ro -1. 1'':,. i:s s:.- son ," h- a 'on ; h's orinance ,r March 1, 1906, of t'-, o sum of three' ginning at th- western border of the be constructed maps or plats showing of Pensacola before
,give in this S-ct. <.:- .Ai-o the r.iht c*-s: o- ars:,S :or thp jtnt us by-rt~soanof the cxer-i-e orenjoyment hundred dollars E$300.00) and upon! ity limits at Petterpn's Addition on ,ame shall be submitted to the City of September, 190o.
O make al' wcEsti' v -.nne tons e of a:.y .pn ad te-rminal faeilit!e. of any richtz- p:ivileoes and franchises the payment by it or them to the said Eighth Street, thence to First Avenue, Council and approved of It. plete, within the tb
we the said trark upon the streets *erected ther'-on by the granted, its which are horeby granted, and they City on or before sail daAe. of the thence north from intersection of The east side of Oliva Street Is re- construction of the s
Upon which they ar constructed. successors or asigns, :.',on terms tol shall thereby bind themselves to in- sum of two hundred dollars ($200.00.), First Avenue and Eighth Street along served for a grant made concurrent of the two (2) oli
The right ot way hbre.n granted for !t* agreed upon by t'?e said grantees.' demnify the city of Pensacola against make a deed to it. its successors First Avenue to Romana Btreet, thence herewith to The Pensacola & North- shall operate as a Rl
Srailroad is intended to permit double its successor or a a-..g, and said any and a;! hablli'y to which it may end assigns, of th property herein-I east en Romana Street to Coyle Street, eastern Railroad Company, it succes- right, grant an l
HH B on all ares e? c'cpt on 0:iva Pensacola. Alat.nia & Western Rail- be subTjece: thereby. before described on Spring Street, be- thence down Coyle Street to the sors and assigns, under this franehtt
end Chipley Streets. arid to embacei road Compacy, I: successors or a.-: Section 7. The t-acks of the said.tween Garden and Rotaana Ssreet4 pier head line established by the Section 2, That there Is hereby not now under wete
t*e privilege of running spur tracks signs. Rai;roal in all the etrerte above men- The sald deed shall contain conditions United States Government: from the granted to the said grantee, It. -- cTpied for the a
ftto the ya-dLs. d O: the friante. sacreseors and as- the City to grant the pri-i!ege to other upon the grade designated therefore by vI'ert to the City of Persacola if the son Street to said pier head line: from and Interest, of the City in ana' to the or assigns, u.er 2
j=as. at such places, and in enh i raHrads to cross any track laid en the City authorities, ftcept that where main line of the said :oad shall not its said line on Romana Street down space between the shore line on the it conferred t
staber as the City Council may de- the streets hereby granted and to pass no grade therefore shall have been es- be built from Andalusia to Pensacola any street selected by i, between Dol-, north and the pier head line estab- cf Septembr, IN
twrmine upon application by It or and enforce 'ich reasoiiable regular. tablished by tne City authorities prior before September 1, 1907. elson Street and Pensacola & Perdido, lished by the United States Gover- a tS
"em. tions and requiremeuts ast to the man.- to the construction of the said road- Section 11. All ordinances or parts Railroad t. the shore of the bay with rment in the water front et said ctty such t ad M
The west aide of Oilva Street is re- ner of operstin( the railroad upon any bed, said grantee, its successors anJ or ordinances granting to any person, the right .to make spur tracks frone'and between De Tllers Stret on thse a o as to
ogn- for a grant Made coamurrectly of the streets or wharves and the io. assigns shall ha'e the right to con- peraone or corporations any of the the line on the said street so selected, east and South Qis Street B the
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4 d--- back to Atlanta on the train which UNIVERSITY OF THE
AMhE A II leftt here at 9:45 o'clock. STATE OF FLORIDA
c uKINNONSVILLE The health authorities knew the peo-
Ple were coming before they were
IN TS Imore than halfway here, and the in- Embracing the following subjects:
spector had special instructions to put' I. Language and Literature-- four.
N T TY I Spcial to The Jour nal. t them off at Meldrim. They never got year course leading to the degree of t l Dr
nn(Continued From First Page.) onvilleThe following bulletins were issuedSept. 4Ourt- any nearer Savannah than Meldrim Pachelor of Arts, Greek is not re.
(Continued From First Page.) The following bulletins were issued tle village is increasing in ipopuiat ionand returned to Atlanta on the train.
by Dr. Portr yesterday: all the time. The Southrn States a ewhors later without protest que, but is offered as an elective
to either enter or depart from any Bulletin No. 7. Land and Timber Co. has brought tickets having been secured here for throughout the course. has no equaL
Sresiaence in that section. "Executive Office, Sta-e Board of; their log road right through our midst them by the health authorities. II. General Science-Divided inta
Few Suspicious Cases. Health of Florida, Pensacola, Fla., and intends carrying it on to Atmore. The parties ejected have relatives thre3 courses; 1, Chemical course:
The report of the physicians show- Sept. 4, 19)5.-Sanitary Cordon The company store that is being h;'e, who were notified by the author-: Mathematical course; Natural History y
ed only a few suspicious cases during Regulations Affecting the Electric built in our village i nearing com-ties that they were coming and would, course. No G-eek and only entrance S A riedan
the day. All of these, with few ex- Line Bay Shore. pletion and the goods from Jenning's ;,e ejected. The relatives did not pro- Latin is requir-d in these courses. All I
captions, are in the infected district. "1. The first permissible train on i store will be moved into it next, test against their being sent back to, four-year courses.
One case was discovered last night on the electric line service bay shore for month. ,,, Atlanta, and advised them to go Ill. Agriculture-Four-year and two. Wholesale Distributer,
fKast Intendencia street by Officer transportation of passengers will Mr. A. D. McKinnon is having his The people -had tried to get health year courses.
Villar, which, from the outlook, wil: leave the city of Pensacola at 7 a. m. house repaired. certificates in Atlanta and had been IV. Engineenrng-Four-year court A Leader in Importd Wines
develop into a genuine case of feve-. for the Big Bayou and returning will Mr. Robert McKinnon has purchags- refused. as they had not been out ot in Mechanical. Civil and Electric eaer e
leave the Big Bayou at 7:30 a. m. for ed a large saw mill, is putting it up Pensacola long enough. Engineering also a two-year corse- and Liuo
Doing Good Work. !the city, and in the afternoon will! near his home r'id hopes to operate! Ir Mechanics. No Latin or Greek isio
Good work is being accomplished leave Pensacola for tue Big Bqyou at it very soon. ,, ---- required in III. or IV. The full course PHONE 17
by Drs. Kennedy and D'Alemberte,. 5 o'clock p. m.. returning leave the' Mrs. D. C. Henderson has just re- HAPPY RESU'LTS OBTAINED. under lI.. III. and IV. lead to the de-
who have been in charge of the fumi- Big Bayou at 5:30 p. m. Persons turned from a pleasant visit to her green of Bachelor of Science; the short No. 33M SOUTH PALAFOX T.
gation work and screening, and their living along the line of this electric parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Burns, otf e ourfs a a Certificate of ProSlcesoo 8EN8ACOLA F O SA .
work is greatly appreciated by Dr. road will govern themselves accord- Beatrice, Ala. By the Use of the New Scalp Anti V. Pharmacy-A frll two-year course
Forter, who spoke highly of the work ing to these hours. Miss Flora Freeman has been sceptic. tobebeguninSeptember 1906.-- -
of the young physicians. Dr. Porter' "2. The work train crew of the elec- spending a few weeks with her aunts, VI. Normal-Three courses for
said, in this connection: "It was trick road will be permitted to take Mrs. Eula C. and Miss Sallie McKin It wouldn't take long to number the
through the efforts of these two phys;-, freight and clay ballast to the Big non. hairs in the heads of some people. teachers: A one-year course leading enla HaS WO Kinds
clans that the cas" of Winter at Bayou between the hours above speci- Services next Sunday by Rev. Wil- the reason being they haven't many,a certificate, A hree-year course lead-
King's boarding house, was allcov- fled. JOSEPH Y. PORTR son. Interest in Sund!, school is to number. In most instances, how-g to an I m A year
e. A d. "State Healtu Officer." lagging, but we hope fo renewed in- ever, the fault is their own. A germ cou leing to the degree of ach .. Of Meat Markets
ltnetrst with cooler weatr, and rein- at the root soon plays havoc with the .r of Pedagof
Corn Around ty. ulletin No. 8. r withcooer weat r. and re.n-ost l ri gro a css An ampl: cops of competent teach-
Dr. Porter Sunday instructed Sher- "Executive Office, State Board of '. wten fade and fall out. A remedy for era. A high curriculum-Expenses in-
ff Van Pelt to place a cordon around Health of Florida, Pensaola, Fla,Crops are good in this seion an this has recently been discovered, Including board, $120 to $150 per year.,
the city to prevent the departure of september 3 1905.-Sanitary Cor- rain ops ainures to fall, proising a called Newbro's Herpicide. that acts Fall term opens September 27, 1905
all persons. This was done to pro-i don of the City of Pensacola. b b destroying the germ that does the Sena' for Catalogue. Those where nothing but poor
tact towns and counties in other; "1. At the request of the State good fall garden. amage besides removing all mpuANDREW DDPresident. lan sat mat
1 todamage, besides removing all impuri- ANDREW SEaeD, Psesident.l
parts of the state, and the sheriff, !Health Officer, the sheriff of scam- ties from the scalp In addition it Lake City, Florida.re solo', ad the other place
apon receiving instructions, Immedi- b county has placed a sanitary cor- Curedof Lame Back After 15 Years permits new life and vigor to enter where you pay double price
aely ~paceeded to place the cordonidon around the city of Pensacola, to o the calp an ppy results are sure for wat you et that is t t
ahich consists of forty-eight men. prevent the egress and ingress of all 'I had been troubled with lame back to be obtained from its use. Try it
The instructions as sent out by the persons from and to the city. without for fifteen years and I found a corn- old by W. A. D'Alemberte druggist SAY, JACK
I state health officer to other counties permission of the State Health Offi-plete recovery in the use of Chahn- and apothecary, 121 S. Palafox street.
i are to arrest all parties from Pensa- rer, who under the authority of the berlin's Pain Balm," says John G. Pensaloca. Fla. Send 10c. in stamps how is it your clothes always look We St k
c,'la who have not been in a detention state statutes is directed to take this Bisher, GIllam, Ind. This liniment is for sample to The Herpicide Co., De- so nice?
Scamp for five days. Governor Brow- measure of precaution under condi- also without an equal for sprains and troit, Mich. That's easy. I belong to the Happy Medium
ar,' furnished the names of the sher- tions which now exist in Pensacola. bruises. It is for sale by all drug-
i ff s from 1sccahbia to Leon county, to This cordon would not have been es- glits. Pensacola ind l and give you the best western
whom these instructions were for- tablishea' if persons-residents of Pen- NOTICE. w meats at ordinary prices. Lat
warded, and the governor approves sacolia-had heeded the advice repeat- ALL THREE OF THE GREEKS All who wish to leave Pensaola They keep us send your next Sunday's
a the action of the state health officer. edly given not to leave the city, bu: WHO HAD THE YELLOW FEVER forte east and are willing to say them in good shape and only charg roast. Ph 113.
Advice of Hr. Porter. w lth O had ceren work-,any have done so, and their action ARE ENTIRELY WELL. THEY DID (lays in a detention camp will please me one dollar per month. Why don't
S.Dr. Porter, who who had been work-, has caused fear amond in the nearby NOT RECEIVE MEDICAL ATTEN report to me at 14 W. Garden street. you join? Just ring up Phone 675 and E G artn
nearly midnight last ningt made a country districts and settlements l TION. THEY TOOK BOSSO. HOWat Jesse French Music Store, W. W. give Malcolm White your name or *
statement regarding the situation e someinstancesth presenceofPen- CAN YOU ACCOUNT FOR THIS? Walles. Mgr. Sseptlw, see Eugene Reese at Johnson's store. 28 E. Government tr

IlK TtLL I ULU. 1d: -'Speaking of the situation and sacolians has given r.se to almost it
the means of stamping out the fever, panic, and appeals have been made
the decrease in the number of cases for prevention of this exodus.
W. K. Haskell will leave today fort in New Orleans should be borne in When the situation in Pensacola be-
'Atta.t, where he will remain forI mind. There, for a short time, there comes so serious that it is deeqied ad-
ash two weeks. was a division among the people, and visible to empty the city as much as
-w C. Watson & Co inser-ed a Iseme did not wish to comply with the possible of its population, a detention
Waed ad in The Jourl ub- orders of the authorities. Later they camp will be established near Floma-
dSp. and the in informs uls thatthey ll came together, and now you see ton, on the Floriua side of the state
e ad thirty app informs us that te the result. The fever is fast being i;ne, that every one wishing to leave
recad thirty applicants. l eradicated, and from the decrease of Pensacola may do so in an orderly
Dr. I. C. Bennett leaves to-day cases it is very apparent that if we manner and without causing fear or
bor Chicago where he goes to take a Iare given support the same can be apprehension to those living without
past graduate course in osteopathy. carried out here. If New Orleans can the city and in the county.
The evorme will require about six accomplish this result, so can Pea- "The fear which seems to prompt a
aoths time at the end of which Dr., social desire to "run" is both senseless and
Bemuett will again open his o.oe In Many Inquiries. unreasonable, and if the citizens of
PTaamwyla.-t Dr. Porter has received many in- Pensacola will displayy an equa!
Twdty-eight defendants were be-I quires from parties all over the state amount of e.ergy in cleaning up the-r
| ige tecorder Laney in the municipal regarding the situation here, and premises, waging a warfare against
et r ray morning. Of this munong these are inquiries from a large mosquitoes in their homes, and de-
J|--T four idefedants were dti-- number of newspapers. The latter stroying all breeding places of these
"@Imt e case continued and fines h&ve asked all kinds of questions, es- insects, as has been lately manifested
Asmounting to $91. specially relating to the official orders by 'street corner diagnosticians.' it is
Sbod-y of John Humphreys, of the officer. He has been very busy conadently felt by the State Health
ms promnouced ashaving with correspondence and attending to authorities and their associates that
desire to state that the is duties, and in reply to their ques- this trouble which now confronts Pen-
Wven out in the after- tons he respectfully requests that ail sacola can be soon gotten rid of.
Ilk the young man had newspapers or persons who wish in- "2. Persons whose residenceez for
Sthe city, was abo trmstion of a reliable and official' the past few months have been with-
Siei e He has never left character relative to the fever situa-:out the city limits-who have been
on cto.and here when he w tion secure The Pensacola Journal, camping along ;h* waterways of the
lS. ad here whe where it is published daily, city and on the hayshcre--are asked
...... .... .. o prevent confusion an.-,' their deten-

those who purchase fish from tubs
bdag arrived about the city should
be earftl when making the purchase,
w reprt. have been received that
ofsl tahb is being sold. Yesterday
Shia telepheomed to The Journal of-
Sft that she had purchased some fish.
bt dM Not discover that they were
piled until the men had gone and
saSqumStly she could not procure
The remains of Val. H. Wright. who
lWPired last week aftpr a short ill-
mees at Richmond. Va.. reached the
ctty Suaday night. and were placed at
at Monday morning, the cortege
lfaift the family home at 10 o'clock.
The Iaterment was made with Masonic
bhaN, t which o-rganization the de-
mas .was a member, and was attead-.
ed by a large number of friends and
UitAtves. Mr. Wright had many
f hSbe is Pensacola. who regretted
to learn of hi. sudden death. Many
fMe flSeral tributes were pre-i
iSO M at the grave.
mall QiOcers AttenMlen.
Wte Greever-Lotspeich Mfg. Co.,
-tvUe, Tenn. for the liberal pro p,
Sftlit they are making on Blup Rih-
hm Flavoring Irtracts for ten says.
S4al to free goods I

Phnysicins Busy.
Phyieians of the city are lending
their effort's to the state healh officer th
and his assistan's in eradicating the
disease, ani if this is continued, anda' ,
a..l casec rnwrted there is hardly any ,
doubt bu. that it will shortly be a,'
thing ef :h ps'-at least within a;
rmo:n'h. acnr 'ing ,o the officials.
The cutter Penrose and two launch-:l
es were dolnz duty yesterday, pa-Ie
trolling the entire harbor tp see that
n(. small boats went out. It is under-
stood that two or more were over- ,
hauled by the Penrose during the day. C

To Make Brains
Nature Uses Albuame ad
Phosphate of Pqtu.
These are found in

The Scientic Food.






The Savannah News of yesterday
Three passengers from Atlanta, whi
arrived there from Pensacola on !th

same train as Carruthers. who (lev i-
oped yellow fever, and stopped at the
same hotel in Atlanta with him, wert
ejected from a Central of Georgia train
at Meldrim early last night and sent


Many a Pensacola Household Will
Find Them So.

on on the guard line. to call upon To have the pains and aches of a
he State Health Officer and obtain bad back r-emoved; to be entirely free
ho neceo;ary identification to the from annoying, dangerous urinary dis-.
iards to enable them to pass to and, orders is enough to make any kidney
tom the cit'. This appliCes also to' sufferer grateful. To :ell how thi,
he trncksters and workmen living great change can be brought about
thoutit ut nearby the city limits. will prove comforting words to hun
"3. Phvsr lans and mi'.s'ers of thn, dreds of Penracola r, acers.
ospel. res:.1rtat of Ppnspact.a. are al- A. Oerting, seaman, of 419 L street
>wed to pass fr.-om and return to the1 tells how to do it. He says: "Fron,
Ity without writer. permit. my experience with Doan's Kidn-y
"'4. The hour for egres and in- Pills I can strongly recomnnmend the:n
rtess of the e:t'. except in especial to anyone in need of a gool medi.!:w:
nses of emergency. will be from 8 a. for the kidneys. Kidney "ip':>'.:
I. to 5 p. m. and backache caused r.ie suffering at
"JOSEPH Y. PORTE.R. intervals for years. iThe first or sf:.-
"State Health Officer." ond attack I did not rnind, but as time
went by they grew worse and at
times laid me up. I could har-dly
ARRIEO 27 MILES ON walk and it was a -liff-i:t :ai:ttor to
LOCOMOTIVE'S PILOT strighten after stoo':i ,-'"le t>.e ki(-.
Si coy secretions wer. ii regular and i;n--
Sedaia, M, Sept. 4.--Warren -!ne natural. Doan's Kidnt-.;- Pills procuredl
anday was ford unconscious and se. at Sidney !ahn's drug store, No.
erely injured beside -e Mi Nwruri a 9 South Palafox street, cur-ed
frely lroaed traks nar tou haI me. From perscoaal experience I kno.
g been picked up and carried tweln- that this remedy can be depended uu-
been mile up and carious o the pilotn to fulfill the representations made.
-seven miles nconscios on the pil for it"
the locomotive. For sale by all dealers. Price 59
Prine said he had been struck by an cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,;
rutbound train in the outskirts of N. Y., sole agent for the United:
edalia and hurled on the pilot, and States.
new nothing more until found and re- Remember the name-Doan's--and
lived near Tipton. He may die. take no other.

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PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. TUESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 5. 1905 establish such quarantine.
--- ---- -- ^.^T-###-#.^^:'*^^ H^'^!^* -^^

Unlawful Quarantine


P 11.i Keep In good health.
Cure your constipation. Get rid
l of your biliousness. Have daily
m movements oF the bow.-els. Use
Ayer's Pills. Can you possibly
rive better advice? L. ".U.'

& WHERE IT IS TO BE FOUND. in Florida. ------ --- Grand Day, Ala., to the aove-named
t --- : t !. *-^.-^ ^ ..W'. 4 {4i points.
*- The Pensacola Journal Is on n Actuated in part no doubt by the W_ H. KNOWLES, President. W. K. HYER, JR., V.-Pres. and Cash.
t- sale at the following places in questionable example set by Jackson- (Jacksonville Metropolis) THOS. W. BRENT, Asst. Cashler. W. N. ROBERTS, Asst. Cashier.
Sthe city: te.ville. a number of small tower ; One of the peculiarly fool things to .
S Esc4aS M te. throughout West Florida are making' which justice is addicted is now trans- J W LU
S ay MetetL pairing about Pensacola. A man nam-
S Coe's Book Store. A. some bad breaks in their efforts to ed Williams committed a double mur-
SDepot New Stand. establish a quarantine against Pensp-: der, wounding another person serious- F IR S T DIv. Pass. Agent L. & N. R. R.
- m Seek Store. cola. ly at the same time. He was tried on
t LMercs. Hotel. No Floerida town or community bag, one.of h crimes, found guilty, rec N A TIO N A L B A N K Whet Yur Appetite
metel.a right t quarantine against any ommended to mercy by a sapheaded
S s I "Owl aih.- quratie gans any!e jury, and sentenced to imprisonment Y
, Thompson's Book Store. other Florida town or community ex- for life. He is now to be tried for
t Wagend Ice Cream Parlor. ept by authority of the state boar.l the killing of the second man, and a Of Pensecolae Fla. and then come to
S Wagenheim's News Stand. of health. Those towns which are change of venue is ordered with thou- a t
Walker's k taking the law nto their own hands sands of dollars of expense. Good the Old Reliable
TY 4 r o atn sense. wh!ch' is not overflowing from
#'.- -r.- .. -.-M WM-F- are not only acting without any war- ,e fountain of law would dictate that DIRECTORS F. C. Brent, W. A. Blount, Wm. H. Knowles
rant of law, but they are acting in lhe be allowed to szrve out his sen-
GOING AWAY? direct violation of the statute govern- tence before being arraigned on the V. K, Hyer, Jr., D. G. Brent. I S
Whet y cmave the cdty for yoewing such things. other indictment. Instead Escamhia
ummter vacation have The Pensoola Section 3 of Chapter 434, acts of costs a will be taxed all theroubl heandy t OREIGl'AD O ESTIC ECiHANGE BOT AND SOLD
Jourmat follow yen. Notify circula-. reoas a 4 nd u ro the trouble and uU A AN OL
tion re:aaer., Phone 38 15, redss followra terly needless labor of trying the e draw our own Billsf Eca1 Vessels disbursed upon the Mo ea
o r r SSe. 3. No quarantine regulations in anmher county. It is impossbb, x ; eM dlsbuned upon then Most vt3Ulri
of commerce or travel fsea coast or to characterize such folly within the' cange Fn G t Britain Irlan Favorable Terms, and their obll.
ti o a o oe r aC Germany, Franee, Austria, Italy,
Pensao's Buin inland) shall be instituted or operat- bounds of temperate language.-Tam. Holland, Spain, Belgium, Russia, gatlon taken Payable at Port of
ed by any port, place or count. ot pa Tims. Holayn Sen Denmark, and Destination Ten Days After Vea where the best I
C-ndition. this state against any other po-t. We are with our contmpr er uroway, Sweden, Denark, ea nd s Arrive there. always bt bl.
As an indication of Pensacola's ex- pace or county in this or any other that it would be better to let Willian.is
S:ae or any Ioreign country, except serve out his te:m of imprisonn.eatr
eptionally healthful business condi- y authority of the s;ao' board ot, before trying him for ani,)er crii. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Connection with which we All kinds of Fish Soft Shell
tion, the statements of the three na- health Proviledl tl;at niohing con B3ut th're is a dozbt and hcnce li.e y
t-ional banks in the city for August mind in I :s act shall give to tIol seeP:), tri.al. with a hope of convie- have a Private Department fo the uS3 Oi oReaters, Crabs, Western Meat-
2:,. las:. are well worth study. ,ard of hea-th. or t, any of its em- tion w.itht ..c r-econi.icniation to
As'-h~wr by those stntcments. the bes or o tih s:ate hea.i of fi,>r, nmervy. REGULAR DINNER SERVED DAILY,
As n by those sttments. the any 'ot'er ofur f:hr powers thb~ T' T. -rec-.nmendalion means life i. iS ving$ Depaftmont-IntreGst Paid on DC- 25 CENTS.
combined deposirf of those banksthey now possess over matters now pri: onment in ead of dcath, and it is -
was nearh- three million dollars, or within the juri.-dc'tion or control ot a farce to send a man to prison for posIts't Rati Of 4 pefr o lent per Annltffm
to be exact, $'.83. ever. does not represent all of the bia and Frarklin counties, his reloa,.e, and generally with su-- CAPTAIN
monfz on deposit* in the city. There This law war enacted for the spo- cess. Th:~t i.s why perhaps the second L. HILTON (iKXCKN. K-EsIDENT. '1. h. WKLLES, VICZ-PaPAS, D-.T.
trial it 1) be had. Judge Carter and R. M. uisrK&L.,UAaisa. MAK.S-FIi.-lMOKKNO,ATr CAi-5ia
is one state tank who-e deposits arc cific purpose o! preventing just SucSi Sta.tes'tjney lKchoe, of the First, S a tional D ank, BENNIE EDMUNDSON'S
ot shown in the above figures and things as some of the small towns Circuit know the result of sending C citizens tonal B ank, NN
several loan associations, all of which are (;Aing now in the way of quaran- murderers to state prison for life. It ot Penbsco a, Florid%. L) TU C
are In a flourishing condition, tinig against Pensacola. hardly ever exceeds ten years. There 01wir ctorma. L
Summer is always the dull season Jacksonville cannot quarantine s ano thope of esc aps wha t is ela man Is .WiWr .ao o. LMrs iaton Grr. ...WeIe
in Pensacola, as, in fact it is nearly against Pensa:ola. but it seems by a tended ia the second trial. A .4ENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. I CUPID, RORT. L. E, NANCY AND
everywhere, but it is doubtful if Pen-' rCyular provision of her charter,! j EDNA 8.

sacola has ever experience a similar she can prevent what :he calls "obh- EMPTY BOTTLES.
period in which business conditions jectionable persons" from entering Fifteen cents per dozen D.i,l for
generally havt been more satisfac- the cii:. P.y this means Jacksonville erlpty Busso bottles at Nick's res-
u,ry than they have this year has establishedd a practical quaran-t
This is well, because whatever de tine against 'Fensacola. ALL THREE OF THE GREEKS
pression may follow as a result ofi Pensacola does not want to place WHO HAD THE YELLOW FEVEFI
the existence of yellow feier here. any other city. town, or inhabitant of ARE ENTIRELY WELL. THEY DID
tht cty is in an excellent condition, he state !n danger, and the health TION. THEY TOOK BOSSO. HOW
L,, meot anl overcome it. officials early took every precautionI CAN YOU ACCOUNT FOR THIS?
Pensacola is strong, both in busi- to guard against such danger. I
xtrs and in general good heath, and Other places, however, have no: RING UP 66 OR 1187 AND LEAVE
wo. ',ave every reason to feel encour rig't, except by authority of the ltate, WE WILL DELIVER WITHR
aped over this excellent condition *,lird of health, to establish a quar PROMPTNESS AS HERETOFORE.
and over our prospects for the fu- autin'e of any kind against this or ant J. E. DUBUIS90N & BRO.
ture. other Florida community. Should 2sopt3t

Togo's Victory as

Great as Nelson's
Or UDon HAYASHI. Jmeune w nistter to Great Britain

(Q E all rejoice at Togo's victory. We had confidence he
would not be so badly beaten as the Russians thought he I
would le, but at the same time we were not entirely free

from anxiety concerning the outcome of the long expected
navwl battle. -Now we feel quite easy in our minds and THE RE-
Re-arding whether this tsht will prove a step in the direction of
peace we cannot judge. Outsiders cannot express an opinion of any
rlne on this paint. The question inm t be regarded FHOM THE
RrSSIAN STANDPOINT. One thing is certain, this makes fur-
ther naval and military operations very easy. If the war continues
Vladivostok may become a second Port Arthur. It seems impossible
undtr the circumstances that Russia will send more ships to the far

We consider the victory as the most DECISIVE of modern
Its effect will be far reaching, and it will have an ir9uence not
a.y on the future of the far east, but also on Europe.


Race Hatred In the United States

By EDWIN D. MEAD. Prominent SoclologIst

M UVN'ICTPAL co-rruption is not the only evil whose shame hbs
| burned isrtf into our srul]. Race hatred in this country :
This condition has come very largely from cur great materialism.
and it is for the LEADERS OF RELIGIOUS OPINION to stir up
leeh a feeling in this country as shall lead to reform in this reqpet.


The Journal Printed Dur.
ing August, 1905, a
Total of


or an average


The following figures show The Pcn-
.nco, .lou-nal's circu'atin for ea,-j
dav during the month of August,. 190,
wi;h ;he average number of copies

i August





August 31 5,000
al for the month......127,335
rage per day.. ...... 4,714

I hereby certify that the above state-
ment ie correct according to the ree
words on file in this olAce.
Circulation Mgr.

Sworn to and
this 31st day of

subscribed before me
August, 1905.
Notary PubUe.




V V V V V U V V -v

J. S. RERlE, President. E. W. MENEFEE, Cashier.
R. M. CARY, Vice-President.
Directore-L. J. Reeves, J. 8. Reese, W. DeC. Kessler, R. M. Cary, *
W. A. D'Alembette T. A. Jennings. *

X* IVLA CM jr6-
Wholeale and Retail Desale to
Steam, Domestic, Anthracite
and Blacksmith COA A L
Offce--No. .3 South Pilatf street. Telephone; S3.
Yards on Zarragossa and Gonzales street.. Phone. 8.


Real Estate !

We are prepared to take all

the real estate that is on the


Escambla Roaltj Co.

Phone 1052. fisher Building.
i l li ". mI l.--. . ..- .



Consumers' m a1 Fuels Company.
O0co-Corner Chase and Tarrgoaa. PM% 9.

can be chartered by the hour, day or
wekl. Terris, mrasonable.
1Fish!nr Tackle and Cooking Uten-
sils furnished if desired.



M. A. GONZALEZ & CO, P ops
Buy your meal and stock feed ftom
the nome manufacturer. encouraging
home industry, oontribute to home
labor, and leave yo0r money in ouW

Legal Advertilsmrnts.

(Continued from Second Page.)

other property If the ra!!road com-
pany shall discontinue the use thereof
for twelve (12) consecutive months
after having made use of said street,
wharf or other property in the man-
rer provided by this ordinance.
Section 5. Nothing in this ordinance
shall be construed to permit the con-

struction of any tracks or other struc-


pending In said Court wherdt Jia
McCuliough, J. J. sulllv Bad It A.i
Quina are the complaiasata ad tel
City of Pensaeola is the dertmad .'
Passed Augnst 7th. IOS. -,
Approved August 10th, 10.6
Attest: Mayor of Paefea,
B. S. BERNARD, Clerk.
,u h ..ib u .aua

tures upon any land held under any ntate om Florida-la ChiUM e
valid lease or other title by any per- A. F. West va Jacob M la ta
son or persons other than the said Schllater and Kattle ealbldI, M
grantee, its successors or assigns, wife.- Foreclosureo **
from the City until the termination of O Monday, the 2d dy la Oeab
such lease or other title or the same A. D. 1905, the defendant. JaMb suI
shall have been acquired, by the said i required to appear to the
grantee, its successors or assigns, by against him herein. Thi Wer Is S
purchase or otherwise, published once a week for Iatl OW
Section 6. That the City of Pensa- secutive weeks r InLhe
cola in granting the rights, privileges said Escambia Cost. A. M.
and franchises herein mentioned shall Mllan, Clerk Circuit COt. A
be held only to grant such as it has Aymard, Cle Ci erCa v. g A -.
the power to grant and not as warrant- y, 1 9. Ch e. l, Pa
ing the same or subjecting Itself to nt, 10, 1905.
any damage.or liability whatever that
may occur ny reason if granting the In Escambia County Cireft OgM
same, and the said grantee, its suc- State of lorida. I Cflo "-
ccssors and assigns., by accepting the Clara Gazelle Cherry, yt.
franchise granted by th-; ordinance Alexander Cherry. Bil r
shall thereby bind themselves to re- On Monday the 2nd day sf
lease the City of Pensaco a from any A. D. 1905, the derada,
liability for any damage to them Alexander Cherry, Is ,
whatever occasioned or ar:sing by pear to the bill .lled agUtt h
reason of the adoption of th-! ordl- in. This order to be publtei s a o
nance or by reason of the exercise or each week for fotul (4) e*y "l-th
enjoyment of any rights, privileges weeks nla the Peasseala
and franchises which are hereby newspaper published la i saI
granted, and they shall thereby bind County. A. M. Maeihfim, Ch ik
themselves to liatinnify the City of cult Court. By l 0. Aym4 a
Pensacola against any and all liability Clerk, Pensacola, Va. AVi 0
to which it ay be subjected thereby. 190.

niOmebody Is being badly fooled.
Dr. Gultera, the famous Cuban ex-
pert, was in Pensacola all last
week. Up to Saturday night, a "Dr.
Guiteras,'" also an "expert," was in
Vicksburg. Now which town is right
on this question?-Pensacola News.
If our keenly discriminating con
temporary will reer to the recentI
Smiles of The Journal, it will learn that
Dr. Guiteras at Vicksburg is a brother
of the Dr. Guiteras who was here.
Both are yellow fever experts, but the:
f(.rmer is a resident American and a!
member of the marine hospital ser-H
vice, while the latter was sent to this
country by the 'Cuban government to
study the fever situation here. ,
any one suffer personal violence at the
'hands of the self-constituted quaran
tine guards at such places, he would
have recourse in criminal action.
It would he well therefore to ge*!
S. authority from Dr. Porter, state health
officer, before proceeding in any sucr.
r4templs at quarantine as we have
roted. If he thinks conditions justify
it. he will oruer a quarantine, if they
do not justify it and he does not order
it, then it is unlawful for any place to

1_ _~____


Walter S. Hooton,
General Dealer in

Bicydes, Bicyde Sundrie

and fittings.
Iron Safes, Cash Registers, Type
wvrite:s, Guns, Pistols. Luocks and Um
,:-cl:az repaired.
Lawn Mowers, Scissori, Knives
:-.. sharpened.
Most complete line Af keys in the
Try IHooton's Messrnger Servics
when in a hurry to sen,l messages.
PHONE 1133.


Passengers for Atlanta, Ga., and
points beyond, and for Cincinnati.
Chicago and New York, !eAivng Pensa-
cola on train No. 4, at 12:15 noin.
will transfer at Flomaton into through
I coaches and sleepe.s running from



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

Capital Stock, $200,000 Surplus, $40,000
Dz I=xalCrORc>=.e
Henry L. Covington, S. J. Foshee.
J. M. Pfeiffer. A. M. Avery,
BryanunwodW. H. Milton, Jr.
Bryan Ounwody, 0. E. Maura,
Frank 'lellly, W. L. Cawthon,
W. S. Rosasco, C. A. O'Neal,
T. F. McGourin. Dr. ,W. J. Hannah,
F. E. Brawner, McKeizie Oerti:,g,
C. W. Lamar, Alex McGowin,
J. R. Saunders, C. M. Cov!ngton.
Accounts of Banks, IndividuaNt, C tporations, and Firms Solicted.
Four per cent. Interest paid on Time Deposits.


Election 7. The tracks at the mI
Railroad In all the Streets above -b
Stioned hall be laid and maintata"l
upon the grade designated therefor by
the City Authorities, except that
where no grade therefore shall ha&v
been established by the City Autofrl
cities prior to the construction of the
said road-bed. said grantee, its success
I sor and assigns, shall have the right
to conform as nearly as practicable t
the natural grade of the lana%. but i
: all cases the railroad bed and tracks
shall be made to conform to the grade
from time to time thereafter estab-
' lished therefore by the City AuthortiUes
and upon all the street heretofore
Smentiuned, said tracks shall be laid
and maintained -'o as to admit of the
' fee a. 'asy passage of vehicles
along across and on every part of
said st ets.
Section S. That the said grantee, its
successors anu' assigns, shall keep and
maintain the streets between its-
tracks. and for eighteen (18) inches4
or. either side thereof, in the same
condition as the City shall keep or
require to be kept the same streets ad
, jacent to the parts occupied by said
tracks and shall construct and man-'
tain all necessary Intersecting street
crossings over their said road-bed aad
tracks, and whenever the City or abut-
t'ng property owners on any of the
said streets shall Improve, grade or
pave any street or part of street, upon
which said grantee, its successor ant'
assigns, shall construct their said,
tracks, or any part thereof, the sald4
Igrantee. its successors and aaigna,'
I ,hali at the same time, or upon noicee
given by the proper City Authorities,
improve, grade or pave the space be-
tween their rails and traeksa ad foe
eighteen (18) inches on each side
thereof in the same manner and with
the same material as is used la IM
proving, grading or paving the M *
mainder of said street, adjacent to the
said rails and tracks, and shall main-
tain the same in good orde r and cc-
rltlon to the .atisfactlon of the proper
City Authorities in accordance with
the terms of the charter or ordhancee
of the City of Pensacola.
Section 9. All transfers heretofore o
hereafter made to the said Peasaeola,
Alabama & Western Railroad Company
by H. L. Covington, A. Greenhut.W. J.
Forbes, A. M. Avery, H. H. Boyer, W.
A. IYAlemberte, Morris Bear and Jotal
C Avery. of any grants, rights, privi-,
leges, powers, franchises or property'
heretofore granted by any ordinane'
ef the City of Pensacola to them, their
associates and assigns, shall be and
are hereby approved and conflred.
Section 10. That the Mayor and
City Clerk are hereby authorized and
directed to convey to the grantee, Its
successors and assigns, all the right.
title and interest of the City of Pen-
sacola in and to all lots in the waSer
front of the said City embraced in the
grant covered by this ordinance upon
the payment b., the said grantee, Its
successors and assigns, on or before
March first (1st) 1906, of the sum of
One Thousand ($1,000.00) Dollars. The
said deed shall contain a condition
that the title of said water front shall
revert to the City of .Penesaola if the
main line of the said road shall not
be built from Memphis to Pensacola
within Four (4) years from March
first (19t) 1906.
Section 11. MI eOrdinnces- and parts
of oralnances granting to any person,
persons or corporations any of the
foregoing rights, privileges, powers.
franchises or property shall be aad
they are hereby repealed.
Section 12. The grantee, Its sasee
sor and assigns, shall be allowed
twenty (20) days from the pastsn or
this ordinance within which to Ile a
written acceptance of same In the
office of the Clerk of the City of Pea*'
sacola. If said acceptance Is not A"
with the said City Clerk within saNt
time all the grants, rights, and plriv-J
leges granted by this ornileace shall
terminate and the said grantee. Its
successors and assigns, shall cease to
have any further interest or rights
Section 13. Nothing herein shall e
construed as the -ssertie., Or -elm,
by the City of Pennaeola, of titelf
claim, to any part of the property
mentioned and described, or referred
to, in the decree of the Circuit Cot
of Escambia County, Florida, sigaui
by Hon. Francis B. Carter, Judge, on
the 81sat day of July, 190I, in the cese
pending in gal. Cort wherein Jame
S Herron in the complainant and Cte
City of Pensaccia and K. D. negf.
Boykin Jones and C. M. Coeton, W'-
ter Front Co.nmissioners, are degg-
ants, or as the assertion of ell sa o
title, or claim b) the City of Paeae
la to any part of the property n-
tioned and described or referre4 to, t
the decree of the Circuit Oavt
fecaimla County, Irlorida, eI^Ml hir
Hon. Francis Carter, Judge, athe'
31ist day of July, 1905, in the e'ase






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nn, ...b.sdds. d TO DELICAt
srioury am? Special to The Journal.
disi, a.l, dropsy, Ponce deLeon. Sept. 4.--C. L. Moo You will never get wel
-AM- b whe. o Lhas been enjoying an outin apy hearty and free from
-ie h l b dtiWhite Springs came home Tuesday. p h
returning to Riiver Junction Sunday. Constitution with a nerve
kac ache ii- O Ia
SMr. and M-s. T. P. Andrews visite tonic, like
Westville yesterday.
Claude Oavin. who has been atten! I
AM t u l I,^ I IngS college at Gr_'ens.)oro, Ala., .
Spending a while with relatives here
9aigtealeZ S- seIs i Tos to&L t y. I *se ry mw r.Fe Miss Mary Wiison, of Troy, AJ..
1 Sl ISMO.iof JONiso& *&-Mao room AllcomSlSrio RLM has been visiting here.
Several of oir young folks spend, I a k
I- t Alt o d ueltfh last Sundy at Sandy Creek church.M a es p
iak. visited here Sunday.
Misses Claude Stanley and Ma.
Dr. M.M. Faer, Frdoia, N. Neel and Me srs. L. Tate, R. Harrei, I It a pure, harmless, media
D Dr mSr--After a sick nessof mom Ed Williams and Ray Neel came froni Ingredients, which relieve female p
& .AT *a Wsim =t*Mp .totryy etville Saturday night to attend backache, bowel ache, dizznes, ,
S < Kday 1)elr -OuIb e. fn ththehe ice cream supper here. ation, dragng down pains, etc.
Sm ~trod or b nidor s iWt 2D Rev. Wheeler filled his regular ap It Is a building, strength-makl
t o.n -stoa. t Vi beginningofmsy trouble. polutfent at Laurel Bill Sunday.
It wastb tobe oi a oal one, but I. L. McGinnon. L. Williams ard medicine that is certain to do you
SI e wre on I became worse, so that at last I Henry Ging were those from DeFun Sold by every druggest in $1.
Coul stud Sat on my feet. Then my lak here yesterday.
a/ z Ia haadi beame uatsess. Wm. Moore made a business trip t A ^
BDtat hast after very long timne the useof Bonifay Monday. frely and frankly, In strictest confid-
both came baok to me so tha I old walk a Miss Pauline Mickler visited Wet.- en, telling us all ptoms and
little with the aid of crutches. The Doctors ville Sunday. ence, tell us all your symptoms andi
helped me to this point and no further, and for Rev. Wheeler assist ed by Rev. Rees, (in plainS. sealed esnvelope), how to
21 years I keptin the ame conditionn of Geneva, has been carrying on (irethem. Address: Ladies' Advisoryw to
b u rthe us eaf yaw Kidn e7 Pro1irracted meeting at Sandy Cre': Dept The Chattanooga Medidne Co.,
am l J9^ \ I B Wlc M Ou I am now in good health, church.Dept. The Chattanooga Meddne Co.,
iWill say, the doctors told me-4al of them- Dr. Henry, of DeFuniak, was her' Chattanooga, Tenn.
That there was no cure for me, because I w asSauTrday.
then s offering from Lo-Co-Moter Ataxia. Misses Farris Davis and Earl Da'v
I Remain yom'Rwespectfully, Ison, of Freeport. were the guests of
W.B. DREW, the Misses MeSween last week.
ic.Mrs. C!rk. of Clarkston, Fla., re- RIGHTHANDEDFOLK
Turned home last week, accompanied
a4 000ok t3ook s a !by her sister. Miss Loa Sapp.
ib WtN, e $1. B L. B. Moore. of Barkers, was on our WHY ARE THEY SO VERY LARGELY IN
streets Saturday THE MAJORITY?
Rev. R. C. Gavin filled his regular
FOR "ALE BY J. L DUBUI880 & BRO. appointment a, Westville yesterday.
Drummer Paerick was here Mon- er eri I
day s-llciting orders for the Cono,'-' lem, a Inherited Tendency and
dated Grocery Co. iConstant Pracice-The Orslin of;
Mrs. W. W. Scott is very ill with a the Innate ProclIltyr.
W C O N V IC T S carbuncle. Her attending physicians That the great majority of person.4
are Drs. G. P. Morris and E. P. Webb.
IN OPEN A II R than th* left is doubtless due to two
ALL THREE OF THE GREEKS Influences-an innate proclivity and
: WHO HAD THE YELLOW FEVER constant practice. The preference
(O1 tmd Proma First PPag.) It* convicts there to work with shovel ARE ENTIRELY WELL. THEY DID phown by moot Infants at the age of
and pikae. draining and Irrigating., NOT RECEIVE MEDICAL ATTEN., one year for the use of the right hnd
of f the tOny ia inrt1oular. Thugh grmt Xpen eM would be en- TION. THEY TOOK BOSO. HOW oeye foth us o hr t
Om te r to o Labeor. tailed In buying u ch land, he main-, CAN YOU ACCOUNT FOR THIS? proves that there is an inherited tend-
S oetia to the ford labor l taeQ that the state would be able to' ency. Further evidence of It Is foun1
O m. ......,-- sell It at an ultimate profit. .-..- -..----.--..--- .In the' greater ease with which any en-

Iw mFA to a sope lw- : ai Citing the example of North Caro-
1. It eGposes the crimtmal to public la "where 96 per cent of the con-
bIdemned are by natural occupation iru-
S. It ie& es him ta casting him ra' laborers, and where this plan Is
'to f t" l viow opa. in successful financial operation, th&
It ex s him to the abuse and professor concluded, nevertheless.
.teany of those who direct his work. that the new scheme is somewhat
4. .hose w iho dires.MroMF eMpOaslve than the ordinary one
4. It meit.tts escapes.
IL It Mls ar unjust competition c.f putting the convicts at road labor
W.stt ke l u ffree cit es. ,and other public employment where
TaiCg up these objections in order, he is constantly before the public
Jule faMdwia declared that the crim- eye.
lUls omvictosa being a notorious A Unique Scheme.
bet, had already caused him to lose Where the latter kind of work is
pWbHc esteem and besides it was easy found unavoidable Professor Baldwin
to preeO t new ocomeslon of shame to suggested that the better class of
the SWAL I. criminals be allowed to wear a mask.
Without gv'eat expense the fields ia This privilege he would make depend-
.wrick th prisoners are employed ent on the recommendation of a chap-
mi4bt be surrounuod by wall to pro-, lain or other competent authority and
teat tbe from t be public gase. also on the prisoner's continued gooa'
At Wrk on the tha m. behavior.
tftt 0t thOe fact that mon t con- As a remedy for keepipg prisoners
vlets ome 3r&m a cls" of persons who still have left some sense of
unatt@ for any trade or occupation rhame, away- from contact with their
except the mot uaskilled labor Pro- more evil-minded companions it was
tesor Baldwt suggested that the proposed that the number of guards
sgovermat should buy up vast tracts be increased so as to enforce a law
tot por, Idle, or wild land and send cf no talking. and that the most de-

graded elements might even be denied(
outdoor work and kept in their cells
T' Great Antlseptic or the good of the other convicts.
That open air work, where the
fs's Itialsent for aUr mosquito criminal laborer is o.fen almost alone
tokes. It kills yellow fever and ma- with the guards, affords the maximum
lam germ opportunity for cruel treatment Pro-
- ... .. L fesor Baldwin regarded as Indisput-
-----able. He proposed only two reme-
dies. first that kind guards be select-
ed so far as possible, and second that
Scnly the state be allowed to put con-
Sviets at outdoor work. Convict em-
Sloyment outdoors in connection with
private enterprises he regarded as
tending to endless cruel practices.
*The Question of Escapes.
Sm ioke capes facilitated by open air work.
criminals were dividend' into two class-
e s es, the long term and life convicts.
nv s men who had lost their right to citi-
zenship in one class. and short term
prisoners who might become good
Imen. in the other. For the first class
Professor Baldwin advocated the ball
A waya and chain, and road work very near
Z the prison cells where the convicts
C nlui~ ftne coNuld reti'rn each night. But for the
VU alls 5 V other class, whom he asserted had,
Si cq temptation to escape, he declared'
That the ball and chain were harmf.ull
toth mentally and physically ana' that'
Sa prison suit and a place of work far
Removed from railway or water trans-
-portatlon should be sufficient saft--
dguards against escape.
SCompetition With Free Labor.
Reply.in to the implication that
outdoor convict labor makes unjust
competition with free labor. Profes-
sor Baldwin stated that indoor work.
LITTLE the only alternative of outdoor labor,
Swat open to precisely the same objec
M I ISTER ItiOn. Then he maintained that the
open air occupation competed less
IN Irgainst free labor than indoor work.
first because Indoor products, being
I those of handcraft, had a local niar-
:J C AP- mi__ ket. that is a limited market, where
their 'lsposal was a hardship to free
STBHE KING S labor, where as the outdoor rural la-'
bor had the world as its market.
OF ALL E Moreover he asserted that nearly all
products of the outdoor work of con
v- victs. living in the colonies proposed,
5c CIGARS. !would never be thrown on the market
but be consumed by the criminals
TRY ON El themseves.
Cause of Insomnia.
Indigestion nearly always disturbs
the sleep mere or less and is often
the cause of insomnia. Many case
have been permanently cured by
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Tablets. 'or sale by all druggists.



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will shorten her call when she learns that
we have just received

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2 bbls. Sulphur,

Flowers and Roll;

Oil of Citronella,

and a full line of disinfectants.

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Before discussing the cause of ieft-
tandedness Dr. GuuitM aids aTtention to --- -.- -.------ .
the fact that with right handed people .A A, 4 44
the left hand is occasionally called up- A V0 4 VAfA V .. ':A
on to perform a task of greater impor-
tance than its mate. In eating the o V t
fork Is used more than the knife. In
playing a violin or violoncello the fln-
gering Is done with the left hand and
the bowing with the right. It is eug
gested that some of these operations Altftude IS* FeL
nmay result from the superiority of the
right eye. Perhaps the latter can watch i
and guide them better when they ape
performed with the left than with the1 Nestling among the mountains of North
right hand. I
Lft handedness Is considered by Dr. Georgia, scenery and climate unsurpassed.
Gould an inheritance from ancestors, Beautiful walks and drives, 365 fcet of
savage or civillsed, who were obligedpiazzas, excellent table
by some misfortune to abandon the use
of the right hand. An even more influ- ifa

W ATIrrK rAt;IlInflS tirely new act is performed by the right ential injury, he thinks, would have f
thnn by the left hand. Training, how- been as to the right eye. With the cul-
IN PALI IkA D / ever, is an Important factor. A mature tivation of skill with the left hand, he 0 Rates: $7, $6
R I PA A I VL person, having lost the right hand by believes, there followed a change in i
accident, can achieve wonders with the organization of the brain. Owing Children I
the other if he only exercises patience, to disease the center, which had for-
THESE PESTS ARE AGAIN OFFER- perseverance and a trong will. merly controlled action, lost ItS vigor
N he more mysterious of the two fae. and that on the opposite side acquired
ING AN OBSTRUCTION TO tors In this problem is the Inborn tend- Increased power. Dr. Gould says that 00 Ne MO 4
NAVIGATION THERE. uency. How did it arise? There are the speech center was also transferred _
receptions to the 'tule. Perhaps two from the left side to the right of the O
out of every hundred babies are left brain in consequence. In the transmi-
handed. But when you stop to think of slion ol6 the cerebral peculiarity to off-
Paatka, Sept, 4.tnue to monThe pesky Phyalat it the natural Inclination of the other spring he finds the key to the manifes- l
ka waters, crowding into the bay op- ninety-eight is remarkable. A great tatlon qf left handedness at a tender oun t 1
posite the city in hundred-acre many pbrliologists have speculated in age.-New York Tribune.
patches. So numerous are they that regard to its .ca~e without reaching 0Gel
there is little doubt but that thde ex- any etehlt1ta1m A whteh all could Experience Is a jewel, and It need be
istence of the average steamboat in agree. so, for it Is often purchased at an lnfli- a-' --j-i$* ,u,
this vicinity must be something on Dr. George M. Gould says In the nate rate.-Shakespeare.ItI t V 0WI
the order of an elaborate nightmare. Popular Science Monthly that right -' .. .
As for launches, sailboats, and even handednessis so thoroughly Ingratiat-
steamers at times, they have practical. in h humann nature that it must have am evie' Juvestle Coworke.
l gone out of commission. It is high been partially developed In the savage While J. M. Barrie was composing
time that this deplora ble state of ancestors of rimitve man, his play, "Peter Pan," he went to a
met of the United States goern In his opinion, must have felt a delte children's supper party. Among the
as Palatka needs, and is certainly er. need for the exercise of his right hand guests was a little boy whose healthy
titled to, rehef. The Board of Trade In preference to his left, and that ne- apIptite provoked from his mother the .
will doubtless take up the fatter at cessity must have been recognized and pleRadin threat, "You will be Ill to-
IIs next meeting,. obeyed for a long period continuously. uight." "No, mother; not till tomot
SThe impulse could not well have die- row," was the calm response of the
tated his habits in eating, for knives co4tente 'creature of the moment. It
SA and forks are of oenTorigin, the cat land pleased the ear of Mr. Bar -
modern gun had not been invente4. rio, who put it into his play and prom-
Mothers Are Helps and writing was practically unknown. ise ot ito Juvenile joint author a half-
TBEIR BEALTH RESTORED Moreover, in such operations as chip pentoalty upon every performance
ping arrowheads, weaving baskets and
NHaWm of Tboesamd of Nmes Dee wielding clubs, bows and arrows it Patl For the ASviee.
to Lydla E. Plkham'se Valetable Oeto could not have mattered much which Old R nksl(meeting a physician at
pm nd M sn Pinkhaim's Advice, hand was employed, the club)-Doc, what ought a man do
When warfare bad been carried to when he has an all-overish feeling, as .f -I
A devoted mother seems to listen to such a stage of advancement as to In- he were going to have an attack of the
every call of duty excepting the su-
premey call o ne that tells her to guard her evolve the use of a shield, however, that grip? Crusty M. D.-He ought to con-
reme one that tells her to guard her qobiet "s obably l the l ault a good physician about It. Old
health, and before she realizes it some object was probably eld on the left Hunks-Well, that adviceian bought to beld
derangement of the female organs has side In order to protect the heart. Then rth a dollar, anyhow.at advicHere oght is. to brsteer caries
manifested itself, and nervousness and as a matter of convenience the right 'worth a dollar, anyhow. ere t is.
irritability take the place of happi- arm was left free for the more active o and hunt him up.-Ccao r the rich aro a
ness and amiability. function of fighting with spear and ne the hop fields, and
sword, and with habitual exercise the uperb fl or f
came special skill. An attendant phe- the superb flavor of
nomenon was a finer organization of the best matMrals o
that particular center in the brain
which controlled these rpovements and and brewing. It
which was situated in the left half of completely satisfies
k the organ. The brain Is the real seat of
h. 'all dexterity, and something takes the beer thirst of
5 place there in correspondence with ex- 0 Of the main Symptoms of
eternal efficiency. With an increased that terrible disease called Rheu. the most critical
.-* ,in he> nuse of tho right hand, Dr. Gould thinks, matism, which makes life a daily nn
there must have beeit greater demands
Z.upon the right eye, because vision must orture to many thousands.
P.-" precede the order to strike or to give ..
el ; peaceful signals. In this way there R1-AMLINS
Smay have been developed a keener
j| power of vision in the right eye than in PETER9 BELL., DISTrIBU1
,. 'F the left. Dr. Gould assumes that there |T
~). ai was and declares that "right handed C Z OF QUAR-ANTINE
MrIJ. A .Hoffman people are right eyed" and that In their I CITIZENS OF QUARANTIN
brains the center of vision is on the DISTRICT HELD MELTING-.
Tired, nervous and irritable, the left side, in close proximity to that gov- is a trltmejt which affords a
mother is unfit to care for her chil A small meeting of citizens residing
dren. and hercondition ruins the child's erring e rigt arm. ow positive cr orMtiS ad within the quarantineo l district Was
disposition and react.3 upon herself. While civilizlatlon was yet at a low P tiv Cre rumatism and within the quarantne ditrct was
The mother should not be blamed. level communication was carried on., allied di530M.* held last night. A former meeting
she no doubt is suffering with back- especially with strangers, largely In Applied exztramiy, it relieves had elected Jas. C. Clarke as chair-
ache. headache. bearing-down painsor the sign language. Barter laid the the a t aonce. Taken inter. man, ana' he presided over last night's
displacement. making life a burden. foundations of arithmetic and called In- n F Win acted as sc-
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- to play the digits. The preference al. nally, it 0res permanently by session-
pound is the unfailing cure for this veady given to the right hand in battle pet blood f the laio et.n adjourned one.
conditi on It strengthens the femaleemy v umel o theh f a The meeting was a adjourned one,
organs and permanently cures all di may have gded men in the choic cI Which deah avingbeen called durig t fore-
placements and irregularities. Ibis service and elos in official and so- hl 1Ue the
Such testimony as the following elal ceremonies. Computation. Dr. Anthlny mith of yvie, Ill, noon to protest over the qunntine
should convince women of its value: Gould points out, was an Intellectual ,ays: "I had Buch severe rheumat- regulations, it being alleged that o me
Dear Mr. Pinkham: process which was conducted *,n the A I t s I hou ere given privileges to e ter and do-
"I want to tell yu how much good Lydia I. speech center of the brian. Natifw was partwhile other r
Pinlrbam1 tl emetale nd neme i mpelled to take sides In locating the that old neither ok nor deep Dr. Anderson, aoent of the I
I satered for eight years with ovarian totpe cu Bo nttd w no r t ; Biard of Healt w presento ey la*
troubles. I was nervous, tired ad i- latter, and she placed it to the left of asd Was fast los1g al hope of it tion and a thsS es eeiMyIn
rltable, anditdidnotweemas toh I could the middle. Dr. Gould thinks that the ranIftrdfd were propoana IB
dit any lon I had five chidrento choice was governed by the employ- I d of a tried wereproo e
onre for. Lydia Y Pinkham Ve ter bd iui=tobottes heregulations. All ofthesQ
Cbmpoundwas recommended and it i e- m t of te right hand for giving 5g- Ram Wi Y5I W WI tons were an wefed th to6r to
tirely mcurd me. I cannot thank .you w bals. Be Intimately related are the of VI r rftd & efft, Per- the tisfaction d4 t0h09 i hd
for ew letter of advice and for what fnl l < of speech and vision and _.Cm4 P '. and the mOtSact MoM i-
r. -nkM Ph. HoVe manlec 100 iaHrd oe control of the muasular efforts with I .an .themeetla
street, Drooklyn. N. Y." the right arm that action would be rw he r'l tecmO lende d b n You t ZIo jg
Mrs. Pinkham advises sick we quicker It the cerebral centers control- WHIT'S iHARMACY, A ttlO g1%1ag
tree. Address, %qLa, Ma ling them were closely associated. Pheof 10, NlWt Pthese 44 re I T S
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all who are weak or
nervous. It con-
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the bc, and food
to the- exhausted
nerves. Call for
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act Tary VwWomen and Society, Here aand Elsewhere

KT TUMNER CAMP. ave take a house in the country
Ir. ad Mrs. R. H. Turner. St. and rear Oould!ng where they are spen;-
--B and daughter :: ss Pan ri:;,i .M. ing SPptembit.t
l'bo Turner left Monday noon on m
1lWmr qual fall visit to their count-y. -'. W'. P .rt ippard and famif,
near Poweltor. making the first rat- ;o: :0, I.., 'an .
h in the congenial party who have *
mf t the summer at "Turner Camp" 0'- ~ 0 1.s F'-. ina;. and famir:.
So MagU li- B u'. ';,'" t.-J :, 4', ST. i.-w s where Mr.-
Th1 ., remaining In caL.p are Mr Fri;.,.*n aua c(.:rn will remain a-
Ba Mrs. John M.-rritt. Mr. and Mrs. c "; *' :iv. e wh:ie he vlsis
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The Relay Crew is Having a Jolly
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14il Th~at r 1% ,tflitematpia ALL.
faviai Lbi rx1zt-.~. rrat*4 of (!&re worry. iili
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fuid &ire -'I A1 1 f!1 r~oin tlo' !'ace.
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NOV, 13

Owing to Existence of Yellow Fever
Judge Beggs Postponed
Opening of Term.
The Journal is authorized to state

When a wart, mole or pimple OW1w
any sign of tenderness it is a lruIng
that bad blood is behind it. Often these
places are on the face, handft, sOr
other part of the body for years, a give
no sign to cause uneasiness, and e3
with a little rough handling, a alight cut
or bruise will develop into a sore that re-
funes to heal, and the sufferer fiads him-
self afflicted with a cancerous alr.
About three years ago a blister O-
on the right side of my no*. It tSW
speedily in spite of ll efforts to hea it
up; the pain was not very severe at Art,
but increased when the sore began to
inflame and discharge matter. At times
the place would scab over and appear to
be getting well, but the soab would drop
off, leaving a red, angry looking uloer. I
had almost despaired of ever curi it.
when my attention was oalledto S. 8.,
and after taking a few bottleotbes*ore

4C L l)es H T"urncr, M r. and M rs. W ,"-" i.. i," a-l. -'r .Bp -. ....
Sr.. .. .8 t ; e'as*erv, a -a;*t- n-n l m with hn 9 iam. bV Judae Beggs, of the criminal bran to gra
S 0ai. ld. r. and Mrs. Melleon, Mr. at % .t. . . ..'-.. :a th -it duhdto
Mrs. 'htg Her, Mr. and Mrs. sMelen Mr s. M r A Quna and f i. Special to The Journal. woniderfu' result. Beauto .w removstii dtchae eto
SMr. Wing Hyer Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Mario- A Qunv. l R s cturt ptf record that owing to t he Owe boro,
i aU Hyer, Mr. W K. Hyer. Sr. Mrs. R. H. Ti"rnrr. Jr., Miss Berna- Fift or sxt iville and Nash- e of yellow fever in the city.
e Qu adMr..t .4 Fifty 01' sixty Louisville and Nash- tih i S. CAHR 'i.ALL POX Pill
dertt Quina and Mrs. T. W. Fimn N vile Company rmpovyes are in camp 'INGp -d ali DlFlFIGRING K\ v.-itnes-es who were recognized to cannot exist.
IUMNtING A NEWSPAPER. !and family left yesterday for Atianta. NADINE FACE POWDER is com-at Escambia, sent h.re on account of '1,0N- i'e cents. EVERY BOX
f~m n~.n hepoundted and purified 1. a newly dis-. (,I'AR NTFF: ipear at the opening day or any purifier. It
1%bs from Was-. wn Ltfe". ..Te I d (lttra!ine r(.giaitots. IIh view o0 -,r a,-- by ieadin! dit.-ui.a-ts 3r entm
Thi fredto,: wheeled his f: Ther r. and Mr. A. C r-ev and covered process. Produces a beauti- qtar' ne e a'i Ini view ho by di d- tt her (day of the term of the court poisonsand
I n edt' eeled his chair u th t tha, w: have I friends who thr vios ani
ldren left sortdren"^ ^ n for a N i; f sot, velve v appear-a ce wh n E. R. BERRY CHEM ICAL CO., which be gins on Monday Se~em ber n i r
aIEma Rad pushed the button. The children left sunday non for a lisit ful oft ey apperce, w on t know whe we are or what E R. BERRY CHEMICAL CO., which begins on Monday Seatember with the store
poa wanted entered. "Here," saidto ther od hme in Ohio. remains until washed off Ladies wo are doing. e hme appointed a cor- ,oDept. St. Louis. 11 l not be required to attend at needs. There
Editor ae a numb f direc- use Nadne Face Powder are sure the respondent to write The Pensacola, the time stated but are excused until promptly a
Sfrom outsiders a to the best John G Wood and daughters compleon will be soft and lovely at .Journal at le s once in t;o day.h e ystem,
to upaer. thatthe left M y non to spend about six e of the evening. have veronday. November 13, 1905.y
S.. a te wee nAalaa. THE QUALITY IS UNEQUALED. ae omria d The court will oe open on nex
atlcrrni thed o l In.And rtge of Buy quartt-rs andP ren of .ood eating gTe
a ll aieig thel all in a largI one 5o-cnt green k oa furrishea, by the & N. railroad.! t.onday. September 11, however, for
*, did so Judge James R. Lndrum and bride.Nade Face Powdr, ad if you ae hih ha the record of always take reception of vo tar pleas of
~J ld so --- Inmformerly Miss WVhneat of Warrineion. f entirely satisrfid, notify us and ing good care of li employes. Ever:,

A na I ri s h m a nHlilaa rd i I W N F i l li n g i m P r o p r i e t o r
I UAL RELAT4VE' returned Sunday evening from their we will promptly refunds your money, effort is made to accommodate the: a/lenl and Intendlenci.a ulty and such other business as may
SIh T it d honeymoon trip. Fer the present Sold by all leading druggists, or mail empoye in camp. come before it. URELY VEG
tro f rsh dde Withndhis Mrso L Ndrutm willB repreparied 50 gently byhite, Flesh, Brunett Wehave made regulations to go- J Fiingi, Proprietor .
Strain ich everyset except celo' th is mother n Nrth B NATIONAL TOILET CO., ParisTenn. ern ourselves which we will not men MEATS AND VEGETABLES, PUL N W RAILROAD v a
.=S seat ha e as occupants a Mrs. Alva l .pington and so n e he o t h any trony I the s.tem.
Sand a lirge. baggy dog Milton Wood, left Mondy for At- enforcing our regulations olFREE DELIVERY. ILLny medal a
stood up by the seat in ino case. A e-rtain young I rish' MANAGR
rStoomd wod be Tmade LOUNntTSTOWN oy came from Penacola and he vi- PHIL JONES, MANAGERwithut g
The yo ng man did not take Mr. Porter left yesterday on a vaca- ted our and was thrown toPHONE t5. TE SIT S
hit, regarded the other, who t ept etr o Escambla bay in ,.ght feet of water, CITIZENS OF GRACEVILLE HOLD
Ipoory dressed with lliga ed n, exacting to return to his p with his c]o he on. After coming-
dese, ithl-dsgisedn with the Bear Copany In abou
A rlarm the Irishme-sn remarition wr-h the Bear Company in about Special to The Journal. out lie was angry and not satisfied. MEETING TO DICUS ST.
T a a foine-looklag dog ye moqth. ountstown Sept. 4.--n Fr Several me r rol ed h int ANDREWS PROJECT.
SWhAt is it. The decadencep of tb e sa -e night the Epworh League gave ann i his et clothes and sen PA IC ICOLA
m a a c etwee a skunk and rc ad o n newomes more and more appkrent.nad ice cream and- box supper inhihbcktP.l.I
S Itrishman." was the sneering an- t mos tltd a e to ha bl of .n Th We could tell of a number of thin Thor.
Z ,followed Hoch into polyganm for th:, house was decorated nicely in flow bat h passed in our cam, but Special to The Journal. HAULIG OF
Muret Ihd wts -ll-* have to keep some of it oro 0111 HAULING
Sre, then.It s relative of both commercial reason s.. n evcrbo enjoyed them- l hve to kHeep some o or a Graceville, Sept. 4.-Mr. Miller, of
-,s," was the infant retort.-Argo- ameselves to te geaest ee. o e our fne Special to The Jo 'he B. C. & St. A. railroad and Maj. nPECI AL A
SA c Mrs. W. P. Bronson and children The young ladies of the league are t inw writi, Apala cola S' 4-M. a n. Buer, BAGGAG
.beth ue, orneD r arafri rhee-know we are still alive. We promitse.I.rF. C. g a-t Monday tr n. 0. rtler, of Chipley, held a meet- BAtlav
aElizabeth Risque, Florence Dolores d ite a great flea of credit for the ex-' a
M r. O dusk" and family of 320 and baby Annie Merris have gone to (etI-nt lunch boxes and ice cream fur- our frds a' The Pensacola .our- arm is, a., to gne ing hre last night with the citizens P
st a1 1 ror, eept her two eldest join Mr. Bronson and spen-a a tlw nishod by them. iral that we will keep them posted as October, to determine whether this new road p.
A a'e now pleasantly located in weeks at their summer home in Pine The occasion proved to be a suc- to conditions here. Mr. and Mrs. M. Brash lc.t for Ne wi be built by Graceville or not.
u dt for ember.i nr ice, the league taking in twenty doJ-URRYork and HBaltimore to buy goods for
Sorarren. and sowe cents, which will o THREE JURORS CURED ho fi -in ,f Mrs. Bra-sh Millinery Their offer was accepted and the
Mr.. R. Meade accompanied by Retail Groers Atention heln the league and church. Mr. an:. Mrs. J. N. Corn'els r(turn- read will be built at once.
M l. Meade. will :cave to-morrow on Writ Greever-Lotpeich Mf. i' Misses Edna and Jessie Allen, of Of Cholera Morbus with One Small t(, o h.oni la.i W; !n lia\ after a d-- Mrs. Killibrew and family, of Pen-
I periodical ,isit to London, Eng. Knoxville, Tenn. for the lIbe-al prop- Balnbridge, are visiting the Misses Bottle of Chamberlain s Colic, iiifil tri o S;. .l;,in. N. ., aola are visiting Mr. d Mrs. J.
S .. position they are making on Blu2 RI;.- Fannn. .of this place. They atFena.ed Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem- visiting relatives thi;ough the state W. Williams, of this place, this week.
Sto join hi wife Ca t Mr.Albert Boykin, a prominent Mr. G. W. Fowler of Hightower . r., r. The farmers are bringing a lot of
;fti e she went with Mrs. Tapsola ". citizen of Cypress. was in town Fri- Ala.. relates an experience he nad A. Floyd. Miise. Irene Mur-at., Fedora cotton to market this week.
i Nette Tpa. CARD THANKSa and rday. while ervn on a petit ury n a lod; M red Malcom and Rb Graele s a hustling little town
r d Joh Ryan a ,er I de-ie to extend 'hanNlS to !.. .1,-rs. Joe King and Hugh Yon, murder oase at Elwardsville, county Rice speni last Saturday at Eastpoint. and is building very fast. l w U
Mr. and Mrs. John Ryan amneven kmd friends and n r fr of Comfort, attended the ice cream seat of Clebourne county, Alabama.' Col. W n. Hanze visited River Juoc- Mjr. Al. Hogeboom, a representa-
S appy over the acquisition of a lit': t kindness a: at-"un ,rp n supper here Friday night. He says: "While there I ate somi'e tion this w,.ek looking af'er the work tive of The Pensacola Journal, passed
hter whom they e named h illness of i wife, whos.- d atb o fresh meat and some soue meat an- on the A. and N. railroaJ. through Graceville last night en
Ateellan Cathyric cured ofu nme. li inhur St. ( Chamberlain's Coupgh Remedy Afts it gave me cholera ntorbns in a very Miss Mamie English, -f Pensacola, route to Chipley. w
I he .hvye app:-CiR t "I -i taoc ren Nature. severe form. I was never more ic wis visiting the M;sses Buzzett, for a! whe
e Mises KeL have gone to .n- a: e as:ta r in my life and sent to the drug stnre- few weeks. ...... .....
Smi t well earned vacaUion in" C'-cea-- r tIrem an, I "ruat ,ha: t i'T-ic"in'.s that aid nature are a!; for a certain cholera mixture, but th3 Mr. A. T. MAoler rorurnod hornte HAVE SOM
ureA witc r,.y r acts a on this, "plan. i
8 sad French 1a a Sprin gs. Th -* re al f rl ll rI p' y e r ,.an d ro s" ysts l nh -t effetual. Cto t m beis la in druggist sent m e a bottle of Cham b r- W e dh esday night from As:r;il... N. C.:
ftVertisin Marianua.r a a ughR, -13 o sn thi lns Ilain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Mrs. M. SIanahan entertained a few BLOATING, HEARTBURN, WITH ME
I r. sin Mar T u e. Vermilio. allays the c.ough. relieves the lungs, Remedy instead, savykg that he had musicians infr-maliy last Thursday 1HE KAN
Mr. and 'rs. Timothy Burns. Mr. EMPTY BOTTLES. aids exp-reation. opwns the secre what I sent for, btt that this medicine night. Among those present wer Mr. INDIGESTION, DYSPEPSIA
S*" Mrs. John Burns and Mr. and FPfteen cnr per dozen paid tor lionis, aul aids nature in restoring the was so much bette-r he would rather and Mrs. Gouttinger, Msses Irene AND She
SMris. Llis and their families. Mr. John en.pty Bosso bottles at Nick'5 r',- sn tw a healthy condition. Sold send It to me in the fix I was in. I Murat, Fedora F:od, Codi,la White-, ES henc
,-'Thgnpson and she Misses Thcmpson. taurant. i al, l'-'iggins. took one dose of it and was cure.in side. Dr. Contie; M.Iessrs. W. A. M'i- smi
five minutes. The second dose cr- rat, A. H. Guest, R. H. Hemphill M are quickly overcome
- .- ...FERTILIZER FREE. ed me entirely. Two fellow juror:I Scott, F. L. Mickam, F. W. Iake. when
PfO"E 18. Anyone wishing good stable manure were afflicted In the same manner Mrs. P. S. Hickey and Mis.i Rosalie
E A WT W D LB rati:-. will apply to .T. L. Pierce. at and one small bottle cured the three Murat leave for New York Monday to 'OI,
ST The, LoTvis Bear Company's warehouse. of us." For sale by all druggists buy goods for the firm of P. S. iiclkey HO I IRS
& Co. They will be gone several
M EA. aE1t. P1rops v. a &-AN ,St.. os. s..,a. Fa.. e 7c Journal's D aily Fashion Feature CAPT. J. ED. O'BRIEN 40 S.Pa
----- ... ..-- -- -... RESIDING IN NORFOLK.
Captain J. Ed. O irien ana' family,
who have been absent from the city -
for some time, are now residing in a g0* 4 *
Norfolk temporarily, as is shown by'
the following from the Norfolk Dis- A
patch: : Making Home Attractive is
"Captain J. Edward O'Brien. presi- .
Silent of the American Pilots Associa-: A
ODD AN END SAL Etion, who is making his home in this A ghty Investment
DDLi :i city, will be on the road considerably *
S(iduring the fall and winter in the In- The return are rich in satisfied bo-
S.t rest ot lhe plli's. lor whim he has a
Worked indefatigably in the past. Good and Handsome Furniture is Neces
S ..y and will continue to do so in the fu-
IS FAST DRAWING TO A CLOSE, SO YOU WANT .' itr. Anybody can get it on our eay pa
TO HUSTLE IF YOU WISH TO REAP THE SE rN- I. Captain O'Brien and his family can pay for it while you're using it
EFI TS. l I have been residing in the ('. R. John- ers. Chairsa Rockert. Parlor Suits, I
.( i sfon residence at Na. 2ti Court street thnlg needed for the home.
,- Ifor some time, but have now talien _
$ Ladies' Strap Sandals, al styt r now $2.27 apartminis in the Hotel Monroe for *
$2.50 Ladies' Strap Sandai,. all sty now .................... $1.9 he winter." A RTO
P.60 Ladies' Tan Oxfords. ali .. ... .o .2... ..
.50 Lades Tan or Blac i Oxo ty.es ow ................ .. Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar 108110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. P
.es" Tan or Bl Oxf._. a' .ty-es, now .......... .$96 g -Foley & Co.. Chicago originate.
$6.00 Edwin Clapp Oxfords, Ta- or Black, now ...............-.- Hon an Tar as a trCat and un
Hone'.- ai, Tar as a threat and iun-g ce@@*4$$$$$$44*$ 0*e4e$ .$
$6.00 Mer.'s Oxfrds, all styles..... .. ............... ...... $3.96 ren:edy, arn, on account of the gr-.1, .
P4.00 Mer's Cxf*o-rls. rll styes. now .................. ...3..... .'9 ..i i \ ....me-It and pui Ilar iity of Foley's Hn. n--
P.50 Mer's O'fz'rd., ty-lrss. . ... ...........S2& e'I and Tar tian- imialions are of
lnl M s < r.-t. .... .. c................ . l c fercd or the g Misses'. Chi' -rer:'F a-d' Bevs F.o',vear in r- '.c. r e c less init."io's have sin.:lar sounding
entire stock of Ods and Ends ar .e' .en Lots c St e Sc., so hurr naue Fol: ,o an ofart I in F.Sh Te e Kra t Sp
along and get ycur share of the plus. .h yellow packa .I AIk for it and r1
i \fuse any sub-tirtute. It is the best
-__ ,yf L l "remedy for coughs and clds. W. A o isNew Macl
I ,, DAlemIberle. D)ruggist and Apothecary 0D IS -W

N, I Fifteen cents per dlozen pail thr
Sl r empty Bosso bottles at Nick's .s- -
N2 South PalTfox Street. Feet Furnishers Gor Folks. J taurant
-- *,- ANDt DOORSD SCREENED IN A !Ifltfl4t 1llh EMnthd u IR vn


One Quart Tins, 85c.

4R& 1 '-'4 j= 09AM R ^-,Oft

I Te Pure Food
EL Store.

The Storehat Feeds
Phme 178 and 480 the People.

.,, ,.': .LIAMS, 802, ONE RING.
Almost any of the fashionable ma- ruffle serves asan all-round bertha, this, J. E. DUBUISSON & BRO.
'erials In vogue for the younger gen- ending under the chemisette in fron,2e
eration will develop well in this smar-. while the fastening is effected in the NOTICE.
but commendably simple style. The back. The sleeve is a simple puff Until f-irth'r notice my -tore will.
original mode. is in a noft printed with a ruffle to finish at the ebow. he ope. fr :.a 7:33 a. m. ntr.l 5 p. m.
.1k. a -m;:;amon brown, having a lit- The skirt accords with the demand for- 5septlw LAZ JACOBY.
Lic b'Lak open ring embroidered fullness. Shirr'ngs at the band a-'
p:quan:iy in black: antl :he hemiseto just the fullness. and th. re art1 three IF YOU WANT 'YOUR WINDOWS
of a raither coarse ecru linen, liko bias ruff'es. lace-edged 14ke hose ,1) AND DOORS S-.CREENED IN A
wise embroidered in black, serving t- 'he waist. spaced above the stiffened HURRY. TELEPHON-E F. M. WIL-
emphasize -this contrast. A double, hem. LIAMS. 802. ONE RING.

dually grow smaller, the
Vped and I was cared.
aure and healthy these sorest
S. S. S. is the ideal blood
cleanses the blood of alU;
ipurities, making it strong.
ind able to supply the bodyv I
!nth and nourishment it,
is nothing that acts so;
S. S. S., toning ap the en-
helping the general health
aad curing more5
o not let a
wart or omple
develop into a
ETABLE. but purify your
blood with
is nature's remedy, purely
while driving all poisons
1, will build up every part
Book on the blood and
vice desired will be given
l, to all who write.
PECIFIC CO., Alasta, ft


ts Transfer 0o.
B. Thorrtn, Prop,
HONE 978.
0. COX, 67..
.. .

Kitchen Cafe,
lafox. Phone 999


ys and girls.
'ment plan, and
. Bedsteads, Dr
Rugs, in fact, ev

ensacola Fla.


are Ribs,



28-30 West Government Street,

Phone 327.





n you ask her,

knows a good thing,
e the smile, and the
e won't come off.



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* -The Journals Classified Cash Advertisements

Adk mta verw 000h -- tbffhu.

No advertisement taken tor less than 23o,

You're Never Glad to rSee

Your Landlord.

Nobody Ever Is. Why Not Get
- Along Without Him?

ee helped oted and can help you.
We can show you some you'll be

Buy a home

"To Have and to Hold."

SP -. .


Pensacola Ilnvestment Co.
&a NOU. 5 a clor M"We"in
Wi. ENI3M110111IM L 3LSIUFM ,Secrsty.
& L. num. V.4mw.aid6..GM N leauswiUM Em, Trestarur
MlwAbttoUsel ba- a 10t
216 SeaftPinlafx Street, Pensacola, Florida.



4-room house on La Rua street,
lot 35x120 feet, rents $7.00.... $ 650
11 houses, all new, renting for
$67.50 per month. property well
located and rood rentcrs....$4'50
6.room house on East Belmont
street, a nIce home........ $1400
4 houses on corner "A" and De
Soto, renLs for $19 per month,
large lot, room for another
house .......................$2000

715 N. Baylen street............$40.00

304 N. Spring street..........
21 West Romana street........
'14 E. Strong street.............
Lwelling near Stoddard's.....
"15; South Palafox, upstairs,
suitable for club or offices.
705 S. Palafox street.


At the lowest market rates on im-
proved or vacant city property.

Fisher Real Estate Agency

Phone 87.

20f, South Palafox.






We san sell you or sell fo- you prop.
erty in all parts of the city. Loans
made with< ut delay upon good real
estate and other securr:t.
Rents collertedl and remitted
promptly. We charge but 5 per cent.
Fire and life insurance. Some of our
companies 100 years old.

200 Theisen BId'g


doing business at 204% S. Palafox St.
and not running from fever. Rents
collected. Real estate bought and
We advise you to stay In town, but
whether you go or stay 'et us collect
your rent.
Everything in the real estate busit-
ness receives prompt attention.


FIR RENT.-New 6 room cottage with
bath, on East Hill car line. Apply
at once. Phone 2S5. lseptlw"
FOR RENT.-Or sale a new 5 room
house, near car line on Little Bayou.
Philli Hannah, Little Bavou.
30aul w*
FOR RENT.-12 room bhose, corner,
Hayne and Wright streets. Apply
WV. S. Garfield. 27aug.
FOR RlENT.-Small farm 1 block oX'-
side city limits on county hard
road, with six room house; wind mill,
water pipes in yard and all through
house. Rent reasonable. Apply W.!
M1. McClellan, at First National Bank,'

FOR SALE.-Upright piano almost Pensacola. 16auglm.
AFor Sale. new; high grade: cheap for cas. OR RNT-3 rooms at 400 W. Oar- MO RES AND UL ton
A -HELP W ANTED Address C., P. 0. Box 35. roRden St. 3 rooms at W AND MPLaS-Turton &
FOR SALE OR RENT.-10 room wed-sun.,McMillan
f C M WA.NIrD-BY Youn ga 8y: WANTED.-Smart young man able foOr n s w e y ip
kem 7lmAl Ir t.uhouse and 120 acres of good la'o4 1 OR SALE.-My residence on East FOR d l'T-Lorramne House, corner for McTennewill e e ewi dprs
6 A.LH. car JoIrnlfluence large orde-s for wel located at Gonzalez, Fla. Eite o either including whole blo.k Ilayne and Belmont street. Apply hase a car load of Tennessee horses
Sw ras gther or separately. Terms reaso.- of twenty lots 40x137- feet each field.2Jul and mle, which will be on sale on
tWm W. paricHughes, references ad able. House mry be rented temper- quarter block of five lots. Apply at FOR RENT-Now five-room cottage ptember 7. Wat for the arrival
LUTUTO Preeons R Lier rp Buildin, arily. Apply at W. L. Zachrey's of my office, Thiesen Building for furt- on ca line, corner th street andf this stc ug
Syr in od condition eept Liverpoo, England fee 3 sept. or particulars. C. W. Hagerman. th avenue. Inquire at Turto' Phot PIANO TUNING.
a yes aes Nat fear any disease. i 24auglm. gallery. 12Juy I worked at this 14 years n Mobile
great stomach healer, for FORASALE OR RBNT-ew I aueaerllery.El Ouy woiledlaatthisd14 yalrs1in obt
rtoM s healer, for p ARa. I will satisfy you in price ano
s$ags an d i eu lt byi J*. WANTER).-Lady or gentleman of fairrsi c d i o FOR SALEO OR RENT.-New 7-room FOR RISnb T.-Rekb anoidence lAtey Ae ot. u on ct
eP to n to tae f 25 two-dtry residence, good dneiac ha ft. bonatato. FOR i ot

W B-To rst or buy lmprove4 000 capital salary $1,07ns Per sear, cley. Thiesen building. augw well and o ouses. A good bargaLo,. od n.Apl to R. M y hg's cn lot -ope

i tane at once. Apply to J. WANTD Trustworthy n tosacOl, speed 8A miles hour; 1 H. P. BlApply to postmaster, Goulding Fla. I Jmcn o nSpLLAper ae 9au fror an

litlM t, 4 0 ae Blont, or phon ayale webranch office and distrivanced. olne engine in goo, order; will FOR SARer--Good paying grocery, things. You can get lots of them
o. lauglw potfons large manufacturer Saloy. st 40 passeApprs sell at sacrifice che*p rent store, living rooms in "MO'y to LOSaT, cheap by calling at this eocer.
G & .HUisAL, ccntractta painters start with. $1500 flrt year, and extra taken at once. W. A. Smith, 23F W. connection. Store doing good cas Si--t --orno REGULA MAIL f,1oN- stood 8Tw.
Sde tors. ne varnishippl n commissions and expenses Applicant Gvernmnt St 5augm business. Household furniture also DO YOU WANT to borrow money in dance for traveling public. Daly ser-

a s t.ling. Sign painting a spe- must hare good references and $1000 1 UK SALE.-I am Florida State Agent, or sale. Reascus for selling, am leave. amounts from $500.00 up? We have vice each way. From Chipley to Bay
ciaty. Residence phone 249. 29aug. cash, capital secured. Experience un- for Fire and Burglar -roof Safes and m city on account of sickness. Tele- $10,000.00 to loan at 7 and 8 per cent. head. Address J. M Tugle. Chipley,
S--- -- necessary. Address "Manufacturer,', Vault Fixtures of all descriptions phone 1064. 11auglw* interest. Those. C. Watson & Co. 6aug Fla. 4mac
wn. saura W. Creary will resume 21 West Atwater St., Detroit, Mich. manufactured by Alpine Safe anl FOR ALE-Beautiful block i Newi REAL ISTAT
ae tor the Winotna mills hllerm sept. Lock Company of Cincinnati, Ohio.I City. Tract No. 312. For cash $6002. MONe Y TO LAhiU--Ur good retaes REAL sTTE t all a i
S ts the patronage of al for Communicate with me for prices and Apply to A. M. McMillan, Court Housa. or on goo cllaeo buy the ond d we w
y postal card and she w ll WANT' .-A young man to do offie terms bheore buying elsewhere. Scar. laugh at lowestrate Leslie E. r build your house long tte
cell wth samples, or phone 147. 4 work. and a good man to collect. -Itt Moreno, Pensacola, Fla. IGO TO TURTON for all sizes nilma. er l men P. Hale Wioa m ea
ravim* A Apply to Thos. C. Watson & Co. 28june. I Cameras la6tde1 and unloaded free MONVeY ANJL on anF and an TAILORINGiB. L Diaoad, Taleor.
WANTED.-You to kow that you ca (FOR SALE-Soda fountain, stock of of charge. He makes best photo. la a o p6rsoaal property. payable Gent's clothing elased, prua* ad
buyTice.-You to know thpersat this WANTED- confecioneiles and cigars, located graph& in L.e soutb. 92 years a lead. weekly or Amothly. When you ee!d sepaired on short no ie. Ny r.1
,f nce. clean old papers at pis WANTED- Servant ;Parl at olce for alafox street. Can be had at-bar- 6r. 18Jan. m sney, see mei. J. A. Wla, ,1 WV. West Government St., Pesaaiea
p. enerahousework. Apply 318 West gain if purchased at onze. Apply Es WALL TINTS by experts; results Govei& .el str 1------1 sb -buANldingi
LWNAMTi--Everybodnv to know that Pf I on, street. 6auglin'* bi Raitv Cn i. 15RuK. a.r,.hI ,i n nn o I. d o Bot
tall~~~ ~ ~ ~ i' hild~~0.gs~ucu.s dS~ RtA Ph,~

pow Blend of Cotee may be imitated
t can't be equaled. New Orlean
k0Tcr Co. Jas. McHugh, Prop.
IWANTID.-Tbe public to know that
we are pioneer Coffe Roasters ol
Ilmlda. New Orleans Grocery Co.
Ja. MeHugh, Prop. augs
laM street., city. 2oauLw
WANTED.-The llerclnats Transfe
Co. wants your moving and hauling
A3 breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tbho
am. Prop. Phone 978. 1$Junel1a
We want everyDbody to know that we
are wholesale and retail grocers and
still at the old stand. New Orleian
Grocery Co., Jas. Mdcugh, Prop.
WINTED-Your eaecerje work of all
kinds. Let us class your fans, re.
pair your dynamo, de your wirlag. et.e
Fhme 570. Pensacola Electric Co.
eenr latendencla and Baylen etrets.
fmTIioD-Haulnag ana Lraast*-r
work. Ofice phone 623. Residence
e f 3VM. Acesta & White, 222a N.
,inaWi Ilmeh
W^Zf*D-Oriws for The Jourapft
aal l Sempola @ad P aaaa Canal
MMN. which will shortly appear.
IWi bagbs sad "peaI M-Ieeme. 15 coats.
, e'r" s at Journal office.
TW- OeB-an4 Corm, Oat
"a a u- ase meal sacka Out olf
""w ipmMe ta asdlclted. Write U.

A t. aiGHAM waste your movtag
=4: ba He guarantees all break
= kiAUM FUKINTUM kl Ho-f
bol Artietea. Jewelry and any sale
&aWe Artle wnted. We pay cas
ft t. A.Ares. P. 0. Box U. City.
THE KoTAL BUsNias tis our
specialty a4 yor bda will
have carot atMILaUoA. D. ale Wil-
O ft 0&

Berd end Rooms.

WANTED.-A pood man who can run
typewriter and do office work. Ap-
ply at once. Thos. C. Watscn & Co.
-RlENT.-Two de sraoie rooms on
ear line; furnishe,1 or unfurnisheI.
Very cheap. Apply at 509 E. Wright
St. 29augl*
W--Ntt.-A few boarders in private
Mtoully: convenient to railroad shops
ad On street car line. large rooms,
a& ptlYllege of use of baths and til-
ephone. Address D. C S., care Jour-
bi1. 24auglm
or month. Dining room just re-open.
ed. Table good and terms reasonable.
Ms. Dora DoaMl4oi. 3U N. Alcaala.
ga Jlw

m" m. wn tw rest housm.
00aor anyWiag ime tor tam'
#;doa woo bf~te eulWn'

d AnI enteihget person may ear a FOR SALE -Nice new cottage (4 185 12Julylm MONl1 LOAN ID on good rl" CENTS per head. we will BIea out
g good income corresponding for news- rrOR SALEN p extra no tate security 1a WawamoaL J dead horse, cow0 et. lave oreO
pa prs; o canvssa; rooms and hal!) between Palaf FOR- E.-'o pair exta fine
0es ar n Sanasfg; experne,,e and Baylen streets on Jo-dan S.-, young mules, sound and in good ale ilson & O at. 16 mat Itede &. Beril
Lt Northern Press Syndicate., near Saunders Mill; easy terms. Ap- condition. Also one 2-horse Stude. aU20. Ro MA
N. Y. r Sydioat Lokpo N J. W. West at Saunders Mill. baker wagon..W. S. Garfield. 4June. MON13 LOANED on ail kinds of pea' j H PORTR, ullltor, Tl 8oth
f N.. 13Jne3m 22uxlm* FOR SALE-One Cho!ce block on top $aonl property on short notice J alafox streeL Orders tak fort
WANTiED.sAgent t hndifferento oun-eR "SALE.-Old papers inly 10 cents of tbe ridge ea.t of the electric Terms easY. J. W. Bullard. upstairs tents, awnings, coup stools shd hou"
ties in kForida to hand Alpine Safe per hundred. Goa)d for wrapping! railway, between 7th and 8th streets. 28% South Palafox St., Phona e 1144 cots, seto- Prices resonable. 1
and ok Co.'s Fire ad urgiar Proo paper and to put under matting. All Nature has favored this section and It no
SSaP'sp and Vault Fixtur.s o every clean and nice. Journal office. cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs. nuMINaTrAi amuuuLt or on y o u as *
description. Write me for terms. _Rs r.Olm i r y
SSearrlit Moreno, Pensacol, Fla. For- Do you value your health? If so. FO-,R SAL..-l-rom house..0crner on U kind- of personal operty. Pl/es '1nal ire of .
ida State Agent. 28june. use our pure Blend of Coffee "Dewey" w ~ blocks from Palatox. lot 06a Special rate to business men on large . ... -
A O L, a night an d en Schly. New Orleans Grocery 192on car ie. For artictlars te loans. The New Tork Lea 0o., 204% D R NUCKN ,
0 clea. Transient trade *olieted. 575. We have been with you in Pensaco- FOR SA.ALU CHEAP-My three-year. .man'sn iN$E Y ER SPEAND
S579 South Palato s.0 S. Ni-olau, la since 1874, and still intend to stay old Berkshire herd toear, Duke 3of 402 PALAOX ST Of, fAR Nc AND TROAT.
S PRaO 4 ;nov. with you and serve you with the best Florida, No. 68,922. Also some fine MOUTS O A LOIeMON- Offi ce y aox o
of groceries at lowest mar- young pigs. 1 mix-montas-old boar, all W-- Tche Chains, Rng.D aMONalSl,, knesours: Iio 12and to L
For aile ket prices. New Orleans Grocery registered and transferred. Carl Set- o Uatoral security at lowest rate of
Co.. Jas. McHugh, Prop. ___ aug20; terlind, Chipley. Fla. 18jly nterat- Baralns In unredeemed PATTILLO CAMPBELL
* FOR SALi-One lot of fine show GROW GINSENG. Large profits. FOR SALE-KlFi the germs of fever- plDAeda.ttorne-a
S casesespecially adapted for mli Room in your garden. Roots r sale. order a barrel of slack lime to-day. to loan, in amounts of
line proposes or for drug store; vWrte today for literature. Bucking- Phone 367. 4aug1m $100 UUUU $500.00 and up at 7 and 8 Room 405 Thlesen Building.
French plate glas ers and fine hams Ginseng Garden, Zanesville, 0.CHICKEN WHEATproduce per cent. interest. Thos. C. Watson
Reesn ch Pauthegassmirrors. E. L. 13aug3mos. Makes fowls especially well flavored. & Co. 6aug
ut Palafox. 2sep FOR SALE-South haf block 211, The cheapest food to be found. F.m & LAWRA mSA LAN N
I;P1pUfo PLUT 0 o 1frantinm 400 feet on 13th streetlMellen & Co., Phone 2Clot Lu.nAL LECTIOANA
K yur ystem enIngood condition. 137t7 feeth on Bay VBiw Park; also_ F9l PALAOlAN
I outO tne ed ntfe aan yshheaseo r South half of block 2t2, fronting 400 f PHONES No.
So, th et sto c tahealer, for eet on 14hl St., by 13713 feet on Bay L T FOUND.-One black ox branded J. H., PHONE '
MaHue. wholesale and retail, by Jas. View Park. Thie only pc-perty adjoin- LSY- Bull Terrier pup in neigh- marked with a crop and eplit and u-i- ST
a Gg orBrybitayinoneiearwandTerroeveinrneigsquanrei
Sng Bay View Park that is now for borhood of 10th avenue and Gregory der bit in one ear and over square in J. P. STOl
FOR SALi-At a sacrfic, urnature sale. The beautiful view dcwn the street; return to 417 W. Gregory S:., other. Owner can obtain ame by ap- tt
i store. stock and accounts. Call at bayou and do-r the bay can never be and no questions yill be asked. ,plying to C. P. Gonzalez, Bohemia, Ma sas ameMa
r238-140 o. Intendenda. "an !obstructed. A. V. Clubba. SO sept. 25augm Eat government

I! it a .M1AA6 0 t tA GEORGE DOUVILLE,
SRoom B6W Thlewn VId P"" e 734,


Fisher Building, 90%t Seoth Phlatox
PHONE 626.
Let us attend to the collection of your RENTS. We Intend to JNO. S TILLER
stick by the post of our duty and make the interest of our DeN8ist.
clients our first consideration. Do not lose faith In your In-. t Rogm a, Brent suw4as. Phone, w.
vestments or sacrifices your home. Pensacola real estate Is i F. M. WILLIAMS, I
worth as much to-day as It ever was. We offer Office, Brosaahan bVII41oa1zt
per m h u nI to Pensacla Bas ose@ Folte1 .
A Nice Investment, Corner House on 7th Avenue, rents for 07 2 to5businf 1 Prela. Irs.i
^ per month, house in irst-class condition, 0 25 (0P

S ASix-Room House on East Belmont street, a nice home, at LET FURNISH
Money at the lowest market rates of Interest on Improved or ICE R A
vacant real estate. C,

206 South Palatex Street. Phone 87. PHONK N-O. $10

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-A Daoss wordi fo asi

A Fi of

ur Shles

will produce more misery,
safering, disappointment;
disgust and swearing than
any other article of wear-
img apparel.

A r of

&W Shoes

cost i, more. wear long-
er. and retain their elas-
ticity and shape to the
very end of thoir usefu-
nesf. Tbhe good shoes


We know they're good.

Oth tr, i

Ouitter to h

now t,. too.

Aen and Boys
S. Palafox.
r 225.

Years of


has given
for t- '",i.

Better let
Wil get I

a reputation

s call for your
you do you
.dry satisfac-

The Star Steam
SVE. f e SLt. Phone 114.
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Shoe Store


SSoAuth Palafox Street |

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.a.4 The JournalP- Want Ads.




The Pensacola Situation Is
In His Hands and No Fe
of Fever's Spa Is

The Tampa Time,. pa,,-, 11
.fl Ueserved tribute to I1r.A:
and Dr. Porter %%ho a,(-fln' 'I
niand of the fizl;i '2- wa 2
yelloww lev~er ii- ti- tP
Tiae k''.ie' t v
ou ;a'.'on : 1T .

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

My! It's Such a Comfort!

is the oft' repeated exclamation of those who


27 fast Gar'in S-re-t.

Pia: 1 5.

*~'*--'. ~ '*4fl

It will pay you t! investiget.4 our pries b.iove buyln your

Hardware, Sash.,

Doors, Blinds or Lumber.

He also handle Paints, Oils, Brick, Lime and Ge-iJnt.
We can save you money on everything.

Standers Mill Company


29 East Gard:n Street,
North Paliafx Street.

Phone 717.
Phone 1133.

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r if t lhe ;ichost rark. Tl ( ,\;,,ssi.,
if*i *a'Od :ha3 if )r. Po;;. .ulC' 11317'
a !o..n an execit:ve pf,,i a., a .- |
him in his fish: a-Pnst 'hi .t'.- r. ',
codlhd have chc s nowe s'.tip 'rioi :o UO LhER
Pensacola pbysilia.
General ReG-et Felt
-ie al re-gret i ex :'t .ssc at Stampd
fact that fever has aga.nmiadit' al'- Most of the Prominent Business Says Fever Can Be Stamped Ou

pearan in ithe, sate. Afier th( 5u,'
ceesful and briJiant manner in whic':
the disease was rtampei out in \. '
Tampa. i was :;nivi -salP" h. p 'i :lia:
their, would Ie no further dang,-r of
in;t-cltion in the state.
it is noteworthy that r. I 'te:acela
as in Wesi T ir.pa. iti' i,.-' a ,:. -
itself apparent among iihe foreign .,
m a, in her p.;. ; .arion. iln \"*'-t
Tampa I# %-as an itaii-.n. having eIr,
froin New Orienais: 1' P..-niola ti
party of G:eel.s fir.s, owed s; mi,
tonis of the d.sease. 'hit- :.hho.''
teach Ite people of Flor:da a le.-sn:,
that the proper ins,e-;tion of 'het f r
eign population of the .tate iii tine'-
of health aut ell as in T::-' of' (i'.-
eage. should neer be n. ,iecteqf
Th1 fact tha/' ith na-t,' of F:trilM
i. l1eing ouplet' vth I *. prcen'.' o.
several cases of f(tvr.%' ;;: it i- ntic';
feared,. hare a .ad <.ite-c n *i ,. s,' -
at laree. W\Vhil Pens:,." a is re 'iv
as far dista,': :, a5'; p ,':,ai plr') -
es. Irom Tampa ::ni in .i L-. i'',l a,,
ar,, N.N t Orr ;.i: ; ,i' \e t no
ge:ner-a: travel' :- ,.. '' : 1 not re,
opg.z ; -'s fa, i nk only of
.nt ;a. : 'ha' i 'n :i -'l.or.da' an.i
thi w:;ole ?;at ;i- : i''.r .
No Concealment.
In Pensaco'.;'s cast ..owever. un
like New Orie n., the A' has being no
attempt at co;'ceaAnent. The atutho:'
cities :cre. as well as Dr. Porter have
ol'-tr'ved the same gencr.il lines eon
pi:lI:ity that obtained in the We\V
Ta-- ea case. If he fever sho cLan.'e to get eo', side of the city ,
will not be 'br'ui2;h anx fau:t of th-
Pensarola authorities or the stai
boalu of health.
Vith regard to het lstpnding of i!.,
s :'ua::On in Pena.aco'a. in.'-ofqn" as i"
affc:.- Tampa. the general expressioe)i
ik '.',; Tamna need, have no mn'r"
ea' :.an when the ever was in Ne'w
()reansr.. Octupying a ;>n:ition ei:.
1t:,' touth end o" the p. 'in:ula, witrf
li'lh, or no trade connections w',
P. nsarola. and wi'h traffic trom the
ci''. Tanpa stands a,o,,f from rth
str:cken tcwn.
"rhe 'dz-'aoce bc:ween New Orlean-
an'.d Pensacola o- <-tn, .i at I. .,'
than 2-,, i I.,- s in t or'oq-1,' nc,.
n,! '-, :, ,iut lio.tw Trore: :i.: T;! t' r t)li'-
c hr" s.gh :e i'p son t :!ltC. .'
:: :.tseO'a tha:i N \ ( a,"-..
Dr. Porter's G-neralship.
1: 17 .-as : 7 a '' ;
P} :, ,.!:i a- :' n e'- : \ .. T ;.
!* \\ .. ':,.'rC' a ",' '4. 'i ..,. r"'-
.' t ..' ; 'as -. i :,
I' : rie'r. >. ,
i" .-:iT; 1e t::;i:'. uh 5 1 c: a"3 '
S:-ii ayv to the ('iizv., -n- 0' P. n :n a
7 ; ,'hex are it' I e hiEa I- rcf a. -: :: :'a
," : pi.i.cian who has v.:' :., ,
victory for science n '.:s a-
:::.'s. some iiunforse-n obsta:, 1 -
wi d' the samn foi P. n-"
Tampa's Generous Spirit.
F'irther than . .:t : :. ...
i' up' : is o" : .-h .

4, < .F ',- .

. ..zept3t

Houses Cease Business
at that Hour.

If Residents Will Assist

aII rP I aIr

Craizs&rInf-!.,co. Br zss 2267, Bo-'of
- Lucia, Au -:t Mlai tino~ich, 1437,

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14i1 7'' 4'.'

4~~ES Au- POeinn;iRT.s fan"s

A u ,;I Deinfm; Or s. I:\7Barn

D pe V. Far,-;. .hA:,, ti0

4 (.iliprt ini sh : tw .s
Tan i ico io .l iC~ L Co.1

Fin ~nndlo A. \11 :t & Co.
C a N ':t I r ri' C.

Kaiser (;"!- sh!p Marnin 11SO, Bre
nA-n to Master.

Fiery Cross, Nor 'j"I, Chaussen, 1391,
Curk to rnaster.
Garibaldi. Ital bk, Ageno, 134S,
Gloucester to oirler.
Iludson, Nor bk, Knud-en, 771, Lon-
dion to order.
Santa Barbara, Port bk, Carreia,
633, Uporro to H. Baars & Co.
6 c rOOnert. 1,
Donna Chri tlna, Am sch, Axelsen.I
165. Bolize Lo master.
Hjaimar. Am ibch, Axelsen, 55, Key
WPe< t., Gulf Transit Co.
Ncas, Rus sch, Sneelse, 333, Glou- -
ce.ter to Master.
A Remedy Without a Peer
"I find Chamberlain's S:omach an'i
Liver Tablets more beneficial than
any other remedy I ever used for'
stomach trouble." says .1. P. Klote, of
Edina, Mo. For any disorder of th'
stomach, biliousnes., or constipatior.



Let Us Protect Your Life and Piopet y.

Fire, Life.

KnowlesBros. At
Knowles Bros. "' Affts

The closing of stores at 5 o'clock l In Jon n i'uteraq tne famous vei '' ja" es are ""..-'t a pee should be Iy lr you to decide the rent.
the afternoon, as inaugurated Satu"-- low fever expert, who gave much as-' ale by all druggsts.
,iay air(e:-noon by one o! the leading stance to the state and city health To The Public. H. S. W lliasle General et.
,tab :shmenms of the ci:y. was follow authorities during the past week. left't asso asthe qua antine r
#-d yesterday with almost a general Ju as soon as the quarantine r,-
c'osing at tha; hour, and it is antici- Sunday morning for Tampa, where he sii(nm is raised, which may be very
pazeil t!-at thi3 will continue Lndef!- went upon "usSn,:. :,)n, our .tores on E. GovernneitII
nitely or until 'he fever Is entirely Just prior to his departure Dr. Gut- 's're will be again opened, and wl
eradicrated. ,r all dange- passed from te:as wa seen by a Jouirnl reporter. will again be prepared to sell you t,'f ,....l l*.... *
'ihe spread of the disease. .Haw dt groceie in n f.-or i'
The business men of the city be. He was asked if he would return to least money. We will coatin'ie to b<| VSS0ir 4COXAA
piov.' that the best means of prevent- Pensacola. In reply he said: .the leaders as we have be.a hou r I iAI-.inLW o a n Sply
ing the .prcad of the disease Is t "It is possible that I may return. It. fr- an. we shal assure our patro iruOn vvOrKSo and S Upply ,C 06
orrf h r that we shal serve them to thee n f
array out (he sugge stions of the ai- so, it will be about Friday or Sasur- ntere sati.sfa:o Manufacturers and Repairers of
Thorities.i anIdtl heI t~( cease buis"nttresib1,, ,.,*. I M uaor n Rpies-io
noss now at 5 o ,iob, and all of te day. I cannot as yet tell what I will GEO. W. PRYOR & SON. MACHINERY AND BOILERS
employees are alowoed ;o depart tor do, as I will first have to reach Tam- FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
their homes. .itsineFs is not resum- pa. If I do not have to go to Havana EMPTY BOTTLES. STEAMSH, IIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY PP
ed :11 following day ,n:,il S a. m. I w:ll retu,'n to thisity. Fifteen cents per dozen d for om attention .' ntoall orders day or A. ent.
Of course their, are a few excep- "1 on ask as to the situation. I empty Bosso bottles at Nicks re- for ames cKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dog, al s
tions to this rule. as somo merchants will say to you that the present conwl'- taurant. or Chames ofMcKay & Co.'rpts ceebratd an Timber Dogs, also
have not clocd ait the hon- named, tion of New Orleans wvooutd be a good. TR F Office Phone 123. PHIL WIT.MAN Mgr.
t i is poible they my ye decide reid:.. at the cond"t on there ALL THREE OF THE GREEKS Office Phone 13 PHIL WTTMAN, Mgr.
t. do so. wie i was fi;t cflscovered. and (it)- WHO HAD THE YELLOW FEVERi Residence Phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123
Shplipes should keep ': memor.- serve its condition today This is ARE ENTIRELY WELL. THEY DID <%% tt% % Saa % tS%
the fact the stores close at 5 o'clock because the health authorities have NOT RECEIVE MEDICAL ATTEN ... .. . . .. . .
and that puirchases should oe made been given every ars-istance by the TION. THEY TOOK BOSSO. HOW -
before that hour. citizens, who have worked hard and CAN YOU ACCOUNT FOR THIS?
----- [unceasingly, and as a result the lever
NOTICE. ;(a es are biting .-educed each day in A V
as co'.lecor by us and his receipts will complished in Pensacola, provided, of OE, V1
he recognized I)v us. '* cturtre. the people quit all fooiishi talk Fine Photograph AUSTELLt GA.
THOS. C. WATSON & CO. and render ail possible assistance ih re a r ,A
stamping out the disease. This is my wensacola Orid rT
ll The feeling of impending doom in W ILL MVAXWELL.
Mcv MillanI Bros. tU. the minds ot many victims of Bright's' i ... .. Y i
Manufacturers, e ( to thankfulness b the benet -I ao' PROSPERIT Y
MOBILE. ALABAMA. rived from taking Fole,"s Kidne -

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No two men look alike.
Is it reaaonczb. then. to sup-
pose tat the same style Hat
wiii be equally becoming to all
men? We are inclined to think
rct. We go upon the supposi-
tion that the
of shapes, widths of brims,
heights of crowns and co!-
orings. the great-r will be the
Accordingly. .we p-esent the
-reatest variety cf Spring Hats
to be seen in Pensacola.
It embraces all shapes, color-
ings and proportions from the
conservative shapes to the latest
in young men's snappy style,.
Prices, 50c to $3.50.

Phone 297

Cor. Main and Palafx Stc.
t B

Cure. It will cure incipient B.'ight'.
diabetes and even in the worse case
gives comfort and relief. Slight dis-
orders are cured in a few days. "I

hal diabetes in its worst form," write<
Maron Lee of Dunreath, Ind. 'I
triel eight phsicians with relief. On.J
t>rtee hot -s oI i.',i'',ys Kiiin(,v Cuire
miai! nt(e a we!l liman." W. A
!IAlembe nite, Druggist and Apothe

o-v!na to the s5ar'c tr ) .,)l!eP'ions
LintI *''e a'i. lt;.e1 e 01 M :'. \V';:';, 'r ,:.-:-
rab:inr i'ro:r n he ci y. i i: nec,. -ar '"
tpla he ;t 'f !isinol-.f o l a cc ba-!i-,
M-n.;hly e -") :. o a-re hl' "I I n C.
!" ( a -i m nyI n;- i b" t -'ef ,r honi
:o pa.y ldeivery i. in. or pi.l:a -`.p w'l
)be l. 'ouigha back to laund:v (i ,ffie.
)'"tI: 1w By H. J. Mack-y.
The teachers examination will be-
gin on Tuesday morning, 5th ins:.
Thai for white.,s wli be he'd in
school ;ri'.ding No. 1, and that for
colored teachers in school building
No. 31.
Teachers living in the country must
use their own judgment about wether
to attend or not.
I 'County Superintenden.'



That's what Sucrcne Horse
Feed brings! Its good,.
every scrap of it. and it
gives more health, more
work and more satisfaction
than oats. Give it a trial
It's made of
Linseed Mel
Do you know of a better
combination? We don't,
and we've been in the busi-
ness years. Come in and
talk it over. We're sole
agents for thi city

'F. S. Mellen C0o.

WHt Makes the Mare Go?

An interestia booklet telling
of this not generally known.
Free for the trouble of amki




Pensacola, Fla.
SSpecoial Weekly Rates for Table Board.
F F. L BOWEN, Manager.
formerly of Windsor and Aragon Hotels, Jacksonville, Florida.

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Henolrix & Carpenter will furnish
inmatess on building and painting
at.d lve personal attention to work.
'.2 E. Strong, and 824 East LaRuA
s streets.
McKinzie Oerting &k Co., wholesale
and retail Fbhp chand'era and grocers,
the only fl.-'t-class house of the kind
in Pensaco!l. Fair 1.'ces to alL
Why use tuferior paper, when you
can buy Kelso Bond, French Dimity,
Kara Linen, or Crane's Bond at C. V.
Thompson's. 30 S. Palafox.
Sauer's extracts are th. Standard.
Guaranteed pure. All others are
mere imitations. Ask for Sauer'a.

To Introduce my

Old Hickory Whiskey
I will give with every $1.00
quart bottle a full bottle of

Port or Catawba Wae.

Four bottles HY-LO
Whiskey, *3.2,.
delivered to any part of We*t
Morris Dannheliser
12 West Zarragoesa Stree.
Still in Buainem I
Is now located at
Cor. Government and Bareleena ase,
and is better prepared than wer
to repair safes. typewritw,
guns, pistols, locks, light m
chinery and bieycl.
PHONE 208.

The Union Central Life

bas a lower death rate, lower expense rate. and hltle
Interest rate than any company doing busine ia Florida,


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How to Judge

\ l"CLEAN"'99

The absence of a disagreaMeW
foreign or "aftertaste." rov-
the brewing process
The great majority of beers possess a mouldy
I or musty flavor, which !eaves a most disagree-
able twang in the month of the drinker.
This is due solely to lack of cleanliness, many
brewers being indifferent to this virtue. Ini
brewing the famous

1^A. B. C. Beers
(The oMly beer bottled ewdcaively t the Brewe y)
the most scrupulous cleanliness is exercised over all
sf vessels, pipes or any object with which the beer
comes in contact, and every precaution that will coa-
duce to sanitary purity is employed.
S The American Brewing Co., St. Louis, U. S. A.
N. GOLDRINB, Wholesale Dealer, Peasacola, Fla.

N. GOLDRING, Wholesale Dealer, Pensacola, Fla.