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PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 6, 1905.
1E TREA TY SIGNED CAS CI TARTARS CAUSE
A T 3:'47 p. m. YESTERDAY Y RuW I EIGN OF TERROQI
SuS IIU ULUIIL L WHOLE OF SOUTHEAST CAUCASUS INVADED, MANY ENGAGE-
dit Car ctd MIs
Wte sa Km ExiM M-
JApmINESE CHARACTERIZE TREA-
TV AS MOT IMPORTANT Hi-
TOr4CAL EVENT OF 0TH CEN-
THAWKIMVIMN SERVICE AT
TOTAL OF 77 CASES AND -
24 DEAS FROM CHOLERA Only 32 New Cases and 2 Deaths
24 DEATHS FOM CHOLERAom Yellow Fever at New
L CASEA IW PREVIOUSLY INFECTED DISTRICT AND AUTHOR
TIES THINK THERE It LITTLE DANGER OF SPREAD.
QUARANTINE ESTABLISHED, PASSENGERS EXAM.
INED ANO BAGGAGE FUMIGATED.
By Asoclated Prnm. four hours with satisfaction. The
Bei~l, Sept.z/.-4t is officially an- deaths do not spread ana with one or
mounced that eleven new caues of two exceptions, the new cases are
persons who are in quarantine because
cholera and one deaAt are reported; they had come in contact with chol-'
to-day, making a total of 77 cases and era. Passengers crossing the Russian
24 deaths. The new cases are from frontier are examined and their bag.-
localities previously Infected, hence gate fumigated, especially those en-
the authorities regard the last twenty- tering l- the Warsaw route
DIED LAST NIGH,
By Ame..faed PV.
Prtmmouth. SOpt. 5.-Te peoe PENSACOLIAN WHO WAS TAKEN
Ntr between Russia and Jaepa was
flwd at 3:47 o'clock this afternoon. WITH YELLOW FEVER IN AT.
A "aJte from the navy yard signal-
aI the event. When the salute was LANTA HAS EXPIRED.
beard, all th church beRs at New
Castle. Kettery, and Portsmouth rung
for about tea minutes, Sags were Special to The Journal.
botted mad gemral eat m c w Atlanta, Sept. 5.--Jno. C. Carruth-
ardaJiaated. ers, the PensacoHan who arrived here!
Both Russian and Japanese mis- Saturday sick with yellow fever, died
mes ef arriving at the navy yard today. His funeral will occur at 1:15
werte celived at the bufldtg by Ad- p. m. Wednesday.
Ii l ead. aad two oompantes of !
M-d anodiered unitary= honors.
OWlfte- ,.o AN* ha D GRANT
b iafutllyt omaref by the scre-
rs the two MISSoRs, to aviod
- sessattyr o reaItg thembfore WILL DO HONORS
aldBg. Wea the secretarie re-
led the perfect exactness of the
tiro F-ies of the treaty. the plenlW KV4MEN OF DINuMlU&MaHE
t at and other members of the KWINMEN OF OI8TWGUUEO
two gam on etheco nf Wthe eARIMORS WILL HAVE COM-
fta.L osieled by AssistaM a c-
M y PIree, Gove, rnor Mclm Ad OF SOCIAL ARMY
ainth. M. WIte. cblet dt the R61- Tis WITER.
btan plealpotentiaries, was the Lrst
After the ce~emonles of d Mi Washington, Sept. 5.--Captain Fltz-
faron Rosen made a short speech hugh Lee. Seventh cavalry, United
n.Intlng out the importance of the States army, a grand nephew of Gen.
event and the Influence it wou have rt Le, Confederate States of
em the r"la ions between the two America, and Uet. U. S. Great, corps
countries. He closed byexp of eA ineers, United State, army, a
the sawisfatlon he felt at the good re- ginesUie am a
Watos which characteiized the work Statnd aonrmy we U. S. Grant commaned
of the envo-s. Baron Komura replied. States army, will have Joit command
ptraphrasing Rosen' specn and re- of the social army at the White House
turning thanks for the kind words ad- this winter.
turned thankise nd the membersad- The President designated them yes-'
dres msd to himself and te membersterday to this important assignment
of'h entire Rs mn mission t headed to mingle with the guests at the White
The ent. ie Russian mission, headed House functions this winter and make
by M. Witte. attended a thanksgiving themselves generally useful in the so-
ervice tin Christ Episcopal church at cial line
which the *o.ers are both American ca ptain Lee served through the
d Reessian clergyme, one of the Spanish war as a lieutenant of engi-
chief merinrs of the .opane of the neers and was appointed a second
sion said: "The treaty signed to-day lieutenant of i".try seven years ago
%ill be the most imp-ortant historical today Lieutenast Grant was appoint-
Wature of the twentieth century." ed to the military academy In 1899
d1 Uaimw a-.a w~v&AUU UUULbnAUL ti l
* THEY ARE I eNG DETAINED
THERE FOR TEN FULL DAYS.
ALL ARE DOING WELL.
gr *uating as a second lieutenant of
engineers four years later. Both'
young officers have fine records.
FRENCH CABLE CO.
PRESIDENT OF VENEZUELA IS-
SUE DECREE CL014.M
Jacksonville. Sept. 5.-Dr. R. H. Me- COAST AND OVERLAND
Ctnnis. special: ae.t i o the state OUVXES.
bcsalh officer. v'.te the detention
camp. where the people from Pensa-
cola are be.:ng dta.ned. yesterday By Asseolated Press.
and found all of :h.m getting along Caracas. Venezuela, Sept. 5.--Pur-
mticely. suant to a judgment dissolving the
There has no' been the slightest contract with the French Cable Com-.!
rise in the temperature of any of the pany, a presidential decree was issued
boarders at' h< camp They are a.1 to-day which closed the coast and
ta excel en: heal:.h ar,] the:r appetites overload offtee of the company. The
are ftne company however, remains in charge'
SiThe firs' pr'.n nF *t "he camp of the A G-uira office for the dispatch-
was a coi. r,6i wv~ a:'n w'. left Pen- es relating to the foreign business.
acxola Auts: 2 f1' Wh c it is custom-
arty to on.' d-'ain p. ->,nm from an-
Ifected po.nt for five 'ays. each and ALPHONSE WILL
e^erv one of the persons now in
camp will bh held ten fu:l da.s f-om
, the date c the:r leaving Pensacoa MARRY PRINCESS
The colored woman s ten days de-i
trh:ion will bh up to-norrow and she;
will he released I By Asoclated Preos.
The three mail clerks will be held, Par.s, Sept. 5.-A dispatch frmin
tatil Thurs'suy. the express messen-' Madrid maintains that. despite deni-
etr and the Pulnlman car conductor, als. it is probable that King Alphonse
and porter firs- dctaineh. will not be of Spain. will marry Princess Engenia,
released unr:i: Friday an,, the others of Battemburg. niece of King Edward,
wl:' be a day or two longer in camp., of Gret Britain.
Monthly Cotton Report
for August Has Been Issued
By Associated Prss. year average of 73. The condition in
Washingto. Sept .-Thf monthly the several states for August as com-
SeL4on repor: was issued at noon to- pared with the ten years* average. is'
Lfay by the department; of arriculTure. af follows: Texas. 70 and 6 perl
It shows the average condit'.on of the cent: Georgia. 77 and 76 per cent;
crop Augus: 2.b. to be 72.1 per cent as South Carolina. 76 and 79 per cent:
ewmpared with 74.9 for July 25. and Florida. 77 and 79 per cent; Alabama,
SL.4 orw August, last year, and a ten, 70 and' 73 per cent.
MENTS OCCUR AND HOUSES ARE DESTROY ED FIRE.
COUNTRY IN WILD STATE OF PANIC, FAMINE
Qriftans YatdayI By Assoclated Press.
IOeanI md. ,St. Petersburg. Sept. 5.-A dispatch
from Wiflis. received to-day, says
that the whole of the southeast Cau-
C|| CS F||| F T casus is now terrorized by the Tar-
UC S L IUI TI tars. Refugees pouring in here from
lBaklm, Elizabethpol and Shusha. The
details from Shusha show that sev-
T eral engagements have been fought
Thought that Results Will Even Ex- between the Tartars ana' Armenians
behind regular positions and that a
Ceed Those AttainSd at Havana. considerable part of the town was
seen in flames. According to an offi-
cial estimate, more than two hundred
BUSINESS STILL BADLY HANDI- houses were destroyed.
CAPPED BUT I BEING CON-
DUCTED BY MAdL-FEVER SIT-
UATION WILL NOT INTERFERE
WITH MOVEMENT OF COTTON
September 5 CROP.
Bv Associated Press.
By Associated Pres.
American League. *
Boston 3, Phfladelphia 2. N Sept. 5.The
Detroit, 6. Chicago 5, (first game.) fever report t up to 6 p. 5. to-The
Detrolt 3, Chicago 2, (second game.) day was as follows:.
Cleveland 0. St. Louis 6 New cases, 32; total to date,
Philadelphla 7, Brooklyn 3.
St. Louis 5. Cincinnati 12, (firul
St. Louis 6, Cincinnati 2, (second
IPIttaburg 6, Chicago 4.
Atlanta 4, New Orleans 2.
Birmingham 4, Shreveport 1.
Memphis 4, Montgomery 3.
NashvNle 4, LJttle Rock 4, (ten In.
nings, called on account darkness.)
fMuth Atlantic League.
cbMstmo QN, 9Y a 2.
Caiomiba 5, ASoA t &
MaoOn 1, Jacksonville 2.
GREENE4AYNOR CASE WAS
POSTPONED TILL TO-DAY.
By Associated Preas.
Montreal, Sept. 5.-The hearing In
the Greene-Gaynor hageas corpus
case was postponed until to-morrow
on account of the hiness of Judge
RIOT, MURDER, PILLAGE,
PANIC AND FAMINE REPORTED.
Baku. Sept. 5.-Troops under thel
governor are acting with the utmost
v:gor. but have not succeeded in re-;
storing order. Armed rioters to-day,
attacked the oil works in a suburb ofl
Balakham and set them on fire. Tar-,
tar bands are roving the country mur-!
ciering and pillaging. The country is
in a wila: state of panic and the farms
are being abandoned, while famine in
,4 NEW CASES
All Cases of Infection Are In or
Directly Traceable to the Origi-
nal Infected District
Ors. Kennedy and D'Alemberte Wi
Begin Refumigation To-day.
many arts of the country renders
the s;'uaion more terrible. THE DOCTORS MEET WITH SOME
OPPOSITION BUT THEY ARE
SAYS PENSACOLAFLOR A'S P NEVERTHELESS DOING THEIR
DUTY AIlD WILL SEE THAT
WHOLE SECTION IS AGAIN
THOROUGH LY FUMIGATED AND
HAS SOUNDED FOOD W11 Is WLMES SCREENED.
ur mnTr rainnnprn m...mmaw
1* Deaths, 2; total, 94. Mayor Bliss Receives Letter From
T_- New foci, 9.
t Cases under treatment, 330; Memphis Merchants Exchange
& cases discharged, 1487. '-
S0 on National Quarantine.
The Fight Successful. "The following letter from Secretary!
New Orleans, SeptL 5.-Confidence N. S. Graves, of the Memphis Mer-
that to-day's records Indicate that the chants Exchange, is self explanatory:
flyht against the yellow fever under Memphis. Teun., Aug. 30. 1905.
the mo adverse ircumstanec Is to Memphis. Tenn., Aug. 30, 1905.
be more completely successful than Hon. Chas. H. Bliss, Mayor, Pensaeola,
* that at Havana. An improved sltua. Fla.-National Quarantine:
tion in all the bultt-up parts of the Dear Sir-Your favor of the 19th
city will be the inieItable result of came duly and found us :-owdled out
the pImsg mft The federal houseand hor o
:af -akp t Wt at th o oue and hote tB*a"?rd oI
* -"Ao6m for It. Health. whose qua rr e entirely'
aid Dr. White to-day: "TIe area too small to accommodate the pub-
of New Orleanss Is ive or six times as lic. Later I was taken I'll and have
large a it should be for the popula- Jut recovered.
tton. Ilie working classes live in Ht- ij'", rered.
Stie cottaghw scattered to the fore I think you have sounded the keyv
winds over -an area lJager than Phil! note of the whole yellow 7,.ver propo-l
adelphis. *Many live where the streets: sition, and will urge upr'n this Ex-
cannot be paved, water systems in. change at the proper time to take
trodt -J or sewerage and drainage action along the lines s ; ested by
*you. Very truly yours.
N. S. (GRAVFS.
(Continued on Fifth Page.) Secy. Memphis Merchants Exchange.
Did Tou Ever Notice
THAT OFTENTIMES THE CITIZEN WHO KINOCKS HOME INSTITUTIONS ANT) THE HEALTH OFFT-
CAILS WITH THE LARGEST HAMMER-WHO INSISTS THAT THE TOWN IS NO GOOD OR WHO WON'T
BULJEVE YELLOW FEVBR IS HERE AFTER THE PHYSICIANS HAVE SAID IT IS-DID YOU EVER NO-
TICB THAT HE IS THE ONE WHO GETS OUT OF SIGHT THE QUICKEST WHEN IT COMES TO PAfING
TAXES, AND WHO LEAVES THE THE TOWN, ON TH7 FIRST TRAIN WHEN THERE IS A DISEASE TO
Southwestern Millers Association
Meets In Nashville and Con-
siders Pure Food
Tallahassee, Sept. 25.-Commission-
er of Agriculture McLin is in receipt
of the following letter from the
"Southeastern Millers' Association"
which met in Nashville, Tenn., yes-
* New cases, 4; total cases to a
* Cases under treatment, 11. *
The yellow fever situation in Pean-
sacola is practically unchanged. The
official report of yesterday showed
four new cases, two of which are In
the same house, and all of which .,e
traced from the original infected dis-
The New Cases.
The new cases are:
Judge Boykin Jones, corner
and Strong streets.
W. H. Fisher, quarantinee guagd)
212 N. DeVllters St.
Fruits Houasoto,.r, 240 E. Intended.
To CeomAmimlioe. teL.I. - t. rtede
Office of Southeastern Millers' Aao t.
citation, W. R. Donne7ty, Secretary, A number of auspicious cases were
321 .Jackson Building, Telephone reported yesterday, but most of themt
3747 W., Nashville Tenn., Aug. 20. were dismissed, and the physicians
19)5.. Bare hopeful that within a short thme
Hon.. B. E. Mcln, Commissioner of, the fever will be stamped out entirely.
AgricultureTallahassee, Fla.: IWhen seen last night Dr. Porter ex*
iDar Sir-At a special meeting of pressed the hope that conditions
the Fmitheastern Millers' Association.i would Improve before the end of toe
held in Nashville, Tenn., Augusc 22nd,. present week. He says that he wishes
1905, the Florida Pure Food law reg- to urge relentless war on the mosqul-
ulating the manufacture and sale of to.
commercial feeding stuffs, in effect Among the suspicious cases report-
August 22nd. 1905, was fuhy consider-' ed yesterday was that of Percy 8.
ed in all its bearings on the trade. Hayes, city editor of The Journal. An
After careful deliberation it was examination last night, however, show.
the sense of the meeting.that this law ed that he has no symptoms of yellow,
be heartily indorsed, ana that every fever and he may be at work agala in
effort be made by the members of this a day or two.
association to encourage the psamsei On account of the house to house
of similar pure food laws in every canvass which is now being made
Southern state; and the following there will no doubt be a large number
motion was recorded in the minuteslof suspicious cases reported, because
of the meeting: of the fact that inspectors are riequtr-
Moved and seconded, that the see- ed to report all cases of sickness an4
retary be instructed to write letters these are entered as suspicious cases
to the secretary of state and commis-i until an examination is made.
sioner of agri'ulrure of F'lozila. stat-'
ing that the S 'mrheastcrn Millers' As-I Fumigation Bgins.
soclation, composed of forty merchant, The infected district will be agala
mills In th states of Tennessee., fumigated, in fact. the work of ftuol-
Kenrucky. G-".rgia, North Carolina gatlon was beg-un yesterday afternoon
and Indiana. heartily indorse this law. -ly Drs. Kennely and D'Alemberte.
Copies of this q-otion to bV furnished' Each of 1;9 houses in the district will
the AssociateI Press and secretaries be refumigated, andr in this case the
of state of North Carolina and Louis- houses will be. fumigated for two
iana. Carried. hours instead of one as In the first
Yours -vry truly, fumigation.
SOUTHE_'T':IN MILLERS' ASS'N. The doctors who have this task In
(Signed) W. H. DONNELLY hand will no doubt be subjected to
Secretary. considerable indignities at the hands
A Good Law. of those who are chafflag under the
Theo 1Frida Commercial Feed Stuff; quarantine restrictions and the ftwml
LI w hbing a subj-ct that is receiving
rnl h a:rtntin at this tirrime b. the
nin:uifa"tu.'ers and ,.',alrs in stock
-: d. it is very enco,'a.!r:ng to Com-'
mnis' oner MlAin. z- fin-I :;o promi-
nrnt and influential an organization as
the South-astern M., i'r' Asso -ition
indorsing our new law in suich posi-
Se terms. This noifiation a.iuld
be evidence to tho dealers in Fiorlda,.
as well as consumers of stock feel,
th a; our law will prove a protection to"
h<;ncst manufactures of stock feed and
a detriment to mixers of feeds who
alultcrart so extensively and yet de-
nan.d the full price for their goods
that pure feed should bring.
M.r. MeLin stated further, that he
wished to call the attention of import-
er -. brokers. and consumers to the
far' that there are many short weight
E:-,nis ieing :od on the market for
f-i:l weight. See that your packages
ha-" .he po':n, s printed on the tag, 4
in adliionn to the stamp denomination
a, -he man'ufazcurer may place a
sap er denomination than
h.s .aackaoe contains.
(Continued on Page nv.)
a .*aa aBeO***** 00* ***** -
(Extract from Revised Stat-
utes of Florida.
"Sec. 766.-PENALTY FOR
SPREADING F A L S E RE-
PORTS OF DI3EASE.-Any
person or persons who shall
falsely Or maliciously dissemi-
nate or spread rumors or rs-
ports concerning the existence
of any infectious or contagious
disease, shall be guilty of a
misdemeanor, and upon convie-
tion therefore, shall be punish.
ed as provided by Section 766."
"Sec. /65. Shall be fined In
a sum not less than $100 ner
more than $1.000 or be impris-
oned in the county jail for not
less than three nor more than
President Roosevelt Fires Public
Printer in Government Office
By Associated Press. ignation. to take effect Sep:ember
Washington, Sept. 5.-Public Print. 15th. The cause pr:;narIl:: for the de-
. W. F. Palmer has pract!calny been .and beng Pa:mr 's a!.n in trylag
Sr. F. Palmer has prct!caly n, to force Oscar Rncka:r and L C. RMy,
ousted from )Mlce. !t is a-uhorita- foremen in th ,o ga;crnment oaje" out
taively learned to-night that President jon the ground that they had bes It
Roosevelt has demanded Palmer's res-j subordinate.
T MHE WATI : air Wedues-
4ay and Tlur4ey.
HE JOURNAL'S Want Ad. page
is ala.vys real by nearly all
- - - - = - - - -
THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WE'DNEODAY MORNING, SEP.TEMDER 4, 1905
N-a 11 -- 1
z One o
Ad - __ ~ A ,A lAkdhA LAh m m w At & i
F the Famous Well-Known Doctors (Dr. Guiteras)
declares all Four Cases to be Genuine j
fore, I put up *500.00 to Guarantee that
if Anyone will take the Genuine I
*ding to Directions and a Case Developes, I
THE MONEY IS YOURS! j
APOSTLE, at Nick s Restaurant. I
e^tttttttssesetestt444 44 ***ttt***** *tt* tttttttJ***
- ,.-~ ~ -
bInhman Cuban Health Officials
Apply Sulphur to Vessel Con-
taining Several Injured
CAPT. McKAY, OF TAMiPA, HAS
GRIEVANCE AGAINST CUBAN
GOVERNMENT WHICH HE
THINKS THE UNITED STATES
OUGHT TO HELP HIM SATISFY.
Captain Jms M'Kay. of Tampa.
who hips ca'ile to ('C.a. is having a
It uih ".:e of :t wi:h the Cuban oul-
c.ali.. x. 'he f.)]lowing letter to Dr. J.'
Y Por:er. w:ii sh,'w
My D"ar Doc:or:
lowing may amuse you. The steam- al
ship Gussie left Punta Gorda with 573
Cuba. Hearing a rumor that the Cu-
ban authorities required all vessels General Dealer in
to be fumigated leaving ports on hinc .
gulf ar.' bhund for Cu(ba. I wire:1 Mr. i
Taylor. of Key We-:. the day lbefre B
her sailing from Puma Gorda. asking
ftr information. H rpeplned thai the and tti s
Cuban consul at Key West inf(or:,ea'
1'im that fumigation was not necs- CYCLES REPAIRED.
sary, so. with this information. I sent CYCLES FOR RENT.
her off without fumigation.
Shli arrived in Cordenas with a Iron Safes, Cash Registers, Type
clean bhil of health and all well. She writers. Guns. Pistols Locks and ULn-
was hoarded by the health authorities hrellas repaired.
and noified, after examination, that, Lawn Mowers, Scissors, Knives,
as she was not fumigated, she must ets.. sharpened.
lighter al cattle and go farther out Most complete line Af keys In the
in the bhrbor. and that a fine would city.
he paced on her for arriving without Try Hrnoton's Messenger Servieo
fumi nation. when in a hurry to send messages.
Upon inquiry found no lighters at
Cardenas My agents then ordered 12 EAST INTENDENCIA ST.
her to Matanza.s. where there were PHONE 1133.
lighters. Upon reque-iing the custom
autho-i eq *o give her clearance pa-
.''S ian "*a'an:,as they 'h iincd o do C O TTR
it. Th, nr'y a;;rona'ive !bn was to
iu:;:l penk ,on the only liihir. a Fine Photogrf ph
zrall one. wh.ch required a:l dav, so
tley began discharging in the lighter Pensacola Florida
a" 5 a. m. the day of arrival, lItadinz
7nnCv'y head at a time. and finished -
ld:srhar-.,nag after working all nigh., hausted, and there were left on board
Next morning at (; o'ciack when nine hca; of beef cat;:e that were in-
s:'e arrived there all cattle were well jured.
Probably the fol-.anj healthy. Water and hay had ex-
NEW METHOD LA UNDRY,,
ff- -t www W~mkw al- a Sam-
During the first day of arrival the
captain was carried on shore to ap-
pear before a judge and other auinor-
ities to show why a fine of $500 should
not be placed upon the ship for enter-
ing a Cuban port wt'iout fumigation.
After making his statement and the
authorities wiring the secretary in
Havana the fine was remitteCl.
Now conies the farcical and outra-
geous par, of the business. After be-
inz discharged the captain was noti-
fied that he must be fumigated. He
protested. stating that the health au-
thorities did not require fumigation.
The ship was not cleane,' up, and the
cattle left on beard were not dead,
end fumigation might kill them, (which
it didhI: but it was no use. About
twenty large and some small pots and
one barrel of sulphur were brought
on board, ship was cleaned up for
four hours and this sulphur used. In
two places she was set on fire by the
fumigation. She was then held four
Did you ever hear of uncivilized
people do!ng this way. let alone peo-
ple that have had the experience ana'
advice of our health officials?
If our government has any back-
bone, I propose to ro'lect damages.
Fifteen cents per dozen paid fo.r
empty Bosso bottles at Nick's res-
1AYOR LENDS OUT
J. A. L4wts,j wlov wi rqontly ap-
ointed deputy city clerk, by'the may-
r, has been acting in the capacity of
private secretary for Dr. Porter u'ar-
ng the past two or three days.
Dr. Porter's regular stenographer
scheduled to arrive in the city to-
ay and when she arrives she will
nd enough work to ixep her from
being lonesome. In facL the work is
o great at present that Dr. Porter
Iay keep both of them at work for
"he mayor in the meantime is
i-hout a stenographer, but he has
enerausly offered the services of
is own to Dr. Porter.
Johnny Lewis is a good stenograph-
r and all-around office man and his
services are In great demand at
FOR CRO33ING LINE.
Special OfIfrc- Miller arrested last
Tiight Rev. Cud'l:, whom he founl in-
side the quarantine line.
While on the way to the station
with the prisoner, the officer met His
Honor. the !wnyor. an: to whom the'
reverend ? il- l(n explained that he
had uni!::unti:);:a'ly vi slated the quar--
antine rculaons; .n. iHe explained :ha"
he was on the belt line car aid in-
tended gt-tinz off at Alcanlz s'ro,-t,
but was put :ff on Tarragonna street
instead. and it wa-; while he was try-
ing to recross the line that Officer Mll-
!er placed him under arrest.
Mr. mayor being satisfied that Mr.
Cuddy had really unintentionally vio-
lated the law ori'red him released on
his own recognizance, with a request
to appear before Recorder Lancy
At a conference of the members of
V" -l _fili Pg"Qr-r"h
_______-ihe advisory board
the Property of France. Pity. Messrs. F. C. Brent, C. F. Zeek,
The Pitt diamond was first employed, H. H. Thornton, Sol Cahn. A. M.
o after it became one of the crown Jew- Avery, W. A. D'Alemberte, Walker
Pls of France, in the ornamentation of Anderson and Dr. Louis deM. Blocker,
the crown that was made for the cor- It has been deemed advisable to pos-t
nation of King Louis XV. In 1722. In pone the date of opening the coming
session of tie school from September
1791 It was entered in an Inventory of Classcal School who remain in the
crown jewels that was compiled by city are such as to justify an opening
order of the national assembly during by that date.
the revolution, and It was deposited at H. CLAY ARMSTRONG,
the Garde Meuble after the assembly Principal
had determined to sell it if a buyer
at a suitable price could be found, NOTICE.
but no offer was made, and so it hap- Members of Woodmen Circle W. 0.
opened that In Septembe it was stolen W. will please pay their dues To Ms.
with other jewels by a band of men W. A. Smith, clerk, at 640 W. Gregjly
who broke into the Garde Meuble. It .
was secreted by the thieves in a hole
In the timber work of a garret In a Australian Nicknames.
low lodging, and there It remained The Australian papers protest that
some time. It was at length- discov- the term "Cornstalks" is not proper as
ered by the republican authorities and a nickname for the Inhabitants of the
deposited in the national treasury. big isle of the south seas. English pa-
It was not again disturbed until 1804, pers have been In the habit of callitig
when it was set in the pommel of the the Australian cricket team its "Corn-
sword which Napoleon wore when he stalks." Of the Australian states New
crowned himself emperor at Notre South Wales alone confers the title
Dame, in Paris. ,The Empress Marie "Cornstalk" upon her sons. A Queens-
Louise carried it off with other crown lander Is a "Bananalander," a V;ic
jewels to Blois after the Emperor Na- torian a "Gum Sucker," a South Aiu-
poleon was banished to Elba, bat her trallan a "Crow Eater," a West Aus-
father, the Emperor Francis of Aus- tralilan a "Sand Groper."
tria, obtained it from her and sent It
to Louis XVIII. That king on Napo- Thorenu's Denthbed.
leon's return from Elba fled with it When the forest haunting hei-rit
to Ghent, but after Waterloo returnrel T1: r-.au lay on his deathbed, a Calvin-
with it to Paris. In 1S30 the diamond Istic friend called to make Inquiry re-
was used by King Charles X. at his garding his soul. "Henry." he said
coronation, but since then it has not anxiously, "have you made your peace
been employed at any ceremonial, and with God?" "John." replied the dying
It remains In safe custody at the naturalist in a whisper, "I didn't know
Louvre.-"Memories of Madras." that God and myself had quarreled."
We are prepared to take all
the real estate that is on the
when it comes to insurance.
Quit taking the risk yourself
Turn it over to us and
IHave a Good
Policy Written Up.
It's safer and costs but little,
If in doubt ask others wlio
know and have had experience
Investigation will prove we're
right. We take tne risk aal
thta ends your worry. Insure
now. Delays are dangerous
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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 6, 1905
SULPHUR,3 lbs. 25c.
Oil of Citronella, by the gallon, 15c oz., 2 for 25c.
Insect Powder in amounts from 5c worth to a barrel.
We want your business.
THE BIRTHPLACE OF PROMPT DELIVERY.
BEN. H. THOMAS
WRITES FROM INDIANA
MEMBER OF JOURNAL STAFF WHO IS NOW IN NORTH TELLS OF
THE RICHNESS OF PRAIRIE S
Y 'th la?; spason'c coat Is
a' la : t.,: .n-,rhl li hind the
( r. ,< at .' p, a flounce on it.
Th' oi;'". "hpl is o fire it "all-
fir c,,.;: a; i con:, here.
For "'! ;,.v rich! s'vle.
r:gh'' :~ make and
right i r ; '. C n :>.> n'u .
. THESE L BiLDIs g :
C. C. Goodman, Geo. Arnaperger *
al laolllleeee lla0
By Ben H. Thomas.
lirdianapol;s. Ind.. Sept. 4.-A greal
.:1 a; of fun has. been made of Indiana
rince the legislature of the Hoosier
;a,:' paF.ed the law prohibiting the
-al- of ciaarttes or cigarette papers,
and "hr snmo-;ing of cigarettes in the
-a : 1 the fact of the matter is, 11
Sno joke In Indianapolis I did not
0,-, a singe person smoking a cigar
:' and. although I tried several
t,,ros:.. Was unable to purchase either
a coffin na;. or the materials to manu-
fac'ure one An effort has been made
to "whip the devil around the stump"
by manufacturing and selling a cigar-
elte disuilsed with a leaf tobacco
wrapper. but the article has not cap-
tured the popular fancy. In the
smaller towns of the state a fine of
$25 is imposed upon anyone caught
smoking a cigarette in the streets and,
as a natural consequence, erstwhile
c'ariete smokers have taken to "hit-
ting the pipe" with a vengeance and
Cxen the street gamins complacently
iraw at a corncob or brier as they
hawk the newspapers or put a mirror-
iko shine upon the brogans of the
Indianapolis has one of the finest
markers in the country---one of the
lest. In fact. that I have ever seen.
While, of course, it cannot be cem-
pared to the great Freneh market In
Nt xv Orleans. nearly everything one
can -hink of is purchasable there.
There is an immense agricultural
('con:rv tributary to Indianapolis and
k. K. WHITE, farmer,. for 40 miles around seek this
ra-kis to dispose of their produce.
S Watchaker, ManMtrn Early in the morning the streets in
Wand sd a OptPeef, l the vicinity of the market house are
*, a ., ,. c--*. -.... crowded with warns leaded with
S I tiSELY TOLD.
0::.' on ca>.-. wetr. !,fore Jud g
3-;t: } v **" a' flit'- amlounting
r!; $2. .'t'
The' c' -.':* ,':"r wiTl lr,*: in special
, .ion a' i. un la" for 'he purpose
, t:tki;g ;> ,-r na hea' h matters
,, ispou:r ,V (o"a an ., rdinances
n, in p;,-r r,-- t n: as. :o
Tie :' ha ., :.i '-,','n o and
I 1r h Aw Inip t -' *'"I nlisqut:: .,
',( i.v': : .p.A;' o \ 'n .f h* ,
\au, (,.1 lo.
OIL AND THE WEALTH OF
homes, magnificent streets, many rail-
roads and gigantic manufacturing en-'
terprises. The latter, of course, suf-
fered greatly when the supply of na-'
tural gas decreased to such an extent
as to make its use for manufacturing
purposes impracticable, but. by again
resorting to coal for fuel, most of them
survIved and are in a highly prosper-
ous -condition. The splendid railroad'
facilities render Indianapolis accessi-
ble to all pal s of the country, and its
central location (only a 'few miles
from the centre of population of the
United States) gives it a leverage in a
commercial way that few other cities
erty. Intiana is strapped like a
gridiron wkh electric railways, nearly
all of which center at Indianapolis and
they have had much to do with cheap-
ening transportation of raw material
and manufactured products, as well
as lowering the cost of transporting
-. -' - -~ .~ ~ -~ -~~_ r r ,~t,` o A
Pensacola Has Two Kinds OLIV[ II s .
...of Meat Markets... Refugees From Pensacola
Special to The Journal.
Olive, sept. 5.-We have plenty of can place their property in our hands for
Those where nothing bIt poor. liho,; tnow hat owne co Collection of Rents, Pay-
lean, ss-, ganss- e naherna-'ats hoasir i thke best friend after all. -m it p
ahere sou, pan hirlT.e Mrs. Alice Creighton is visiting tar
for what you get that is fit, to Atore hton, iof this psacerly Insured or Disposing of ,
eat. and popular lineman for the Miltmon same. We a@re h re@ to Stay,
Telhpihone Company, is ever at Milton 0 fe Vwr Or no fever, and any busi.
We Strike the repairing the lines again. -* or- no fevr, and any bus ,
PThe messenger service at O~ive ness entrusted with us will receive
Happy Mcomes in very handy now. It glves lS U
happy Medium the m nssenger boy about all be wants caretul attention,
to do to a'eliver the messages. It "C , .
and give you the best western must be remembered that messages Correspondence Solicited.
meats at ordinary prices. Let must b.e seat between the hours of 7
us send your next Sunday's a. n. and 5 p. m.
roast. Phone 1132. Mr. D. M. Merritt was in town yes- 8ThosO I. W atson A& ofA
terday. He says he does not wish to o V
Fgo again until there comes four big
F. E G artland whit frets. p Leading Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agents,
There will be prayer meeting at the
28 E. Government Street. Olive church Wednesday night Ev- Cor. Palafox and Garden Streets, Pensacola, Fla.
Thore will be an ice cream supperTTr ToT6f..f46a46
GIVE YOUR HAULING TO at Mr. K. L. Joneas next Friday
* i. m ... t r. night. All come and enjoy yourselves. ...
*RTRUArR 'raIHItprI i;n
passengers. mulavi uuuuil AlU.uulia vvei
SFlorida farmer's eyes would bulg AULG OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
out with surprise could he but se HAULING OF EVERY DE RIPTION
the Immense corn fields of central and SPECIAL ATTENTIONQ IVEN TC
southern Indiana. In some places the BAGGAGE DAY OR NI"HT.
railroads pass -through niles of corn, .. --
all of which will run from 60 to 100 PHONE 971.
bushels to the acre. The -rich prairie P.O. COX, 7,.
soil yields immense crops of cereals
of every description with butt little -- ,
work, and ihe use of commercial ferti- _
lizers is almost unknown. South of r I
Indianapolis the tomato industry is !n
a flourishing condition and immense ILL
tracts are devoted to the culture of _
this succulent vegetable. Nearly all
the product goes to canneries, which
are established at convenient inter- Special to The Journal.
vals throughout the tomato growing Westville, Sept. 5.-Rev. t R. C. Gav-
section, ing preached at the Methodist church
* Sln laRv
fa:-m products of every description, Even this early In the season a
an,. soon after sunrise purchasers b%- grate fire in the houses is extremely
gin to arrive in droves. A large pro-' comfortable, the temperature in the
portion of the people of this city do, farly morning generally getting down,
thoir own marketing Stylish carri- info the fifties and it will not be long
as, mingle in the streets with the, until frost makes its appearance.
wagons of the hucksters and men an .
awomn, w-th baskets on their arms. "Now good digestion waits on appe-
hagglp with the farmersover thedailv Tite and health on both."
su* in~v of'.''-s'' l v, rh pns o, s c :-
I*, ggut. cuc Uns s .
etc. Everything is remarkably cheap
--so cheap. In fact. that it would mean
s'ara:ionn t, a Pensacola dealer. It,
may be. however, that Pensacola
pr:ces are greatly Inflated when con-
si.crerr with reference to the cost of
production plus a reasonable profit.
Indianap lIs is a city of beautiful
T 'iher iI : .a. n 't of
c 'K ii -' T iii a ,n e aret, ,
(''I.. :j. : !,!a .'-ard.
r Tb, :.fa:" .'ri o' Mr and Mrs
2.1:. M lP'::r'\ .1 +'s'-erday morr.-
lhg at ." c'k The ,'; t.-y was beo'
ju.. ,,ne w,- k a ye*-'.rilay
Retail G-c:ers -t*~e-t'on.
Wrilt Gre -v:'-la!-' :,'h Mf!g (o,
Kao x :!:e. Tenr ; (,, i; ra. p-op-
r ,'.ii il :h(, art. n::i ., .,' I u, RI'
bon Fiaxorinz. Ex'ra,t- 'ior ten :a.ys
Bit ,ea' i: free gooA'I
I AN ANCIENT CUSTOM.
* Wasomnillng of Apple Tree. s 1t O1b-
*er-ed lan Parts of E tglaad.
What if tie was
Th: 1;Is an old custom. fn.t dying out.
but still oloservedl in parvP of Somerset
S anwd Ier An At Wootonn Basset, near
liincheid the cere:nmo.' tnkes place
on old Twelftrh ev, All assemtble at
the farm'.::is(e. ir.:,i. ,a'ter a ,bearty
mnl.. form n. |p'-,'es%#n to the nearest
ornhr.rd. '1wh n:-;tr :n front with a
l':g.t and muL xn .:Lh oi.l guns. blr:nder-
bu-,sv, an :any.vL:h. that makes a
no Se. In the rear. I'PlL'T of cider is
tal,(e': and some pih'-w tof toast.
W\h''n tbe or-hard is renabed a ring
is formed and 'i.' t :'ster. In the cen-
t-r. sf!re! a bra -ah and stilgs a verse
I t-.:un;np "'Oh. i.i t nIe. I wassail
Vi .. in hn:ao- it.', i',1n wi:t blow."
1Ti:n a: ':r. i s.
An' a i.a ..;, t: e.. stairs.
Tlhe:i follow ,-eers. drinking of
be': L. sitr-s of Now. Tom Pod. we
-:,-ai. Th,-." and the playing of the
Se-e s '" *,nast. s'sked in chler. among
I ti- bran'"hes ifr the robmns.-London
a w 4wrs
OUST THE DEMON
A Tussle with Coffee.
There is something fairly demonia-
cal in the way coff" sometimes
urecks its fiendish malice on these,
who use it.
A lad. writing from California say-s:
"My husband and I, both lovers of
coffee. suffered for rome time from a
very annoying form of nervousness,
accompanied by mo-t frightful head-,
aches In my own case there was
eventually developed some sort of af
feeton of the nerves leading from the
.spine to the head.
"I was unable to hold my head up
sT-aight. the tension of the nerves
drtw i: to one side, causing me Lhe,
mus: imeiense pain. We got no relief
from medicine, and were paszled as
To what caused the trouble, till
a friend suggested that possibly the
(ffoee we drank had something to doI
!-Ith it. and advis-d thtt we quit 1:
ani try Postum Coffee.
"We fd'lowed his advice, and fromn
'he day tha: we bean to use Postum
we b.th began to improve. and in a
very shor' tme bo"h of as were en
r:rey r-e'ryed. The nerves became
ite' iy once more. the headaches c0as-
el. the muscles In the back of my'
neck rflazed. my heal straightened
up and the dreadful pain that hal > o
punished m whi:e I used the old kin!
of coffee anishe !.
'We have never resumed the use ol'
the o.d coffee, but re:lsh our Posturn
,\,ry day as we:: as we did the for
mer beverage. An. we are delighted
:o find that we can. give It freely to
our ch;'d-en also. someLhing we never
dared to do with 'ine old kind of cof-
fee Name, gIven by Postum Co..
Ba:tle Creek. Mich.
Postum Coffee contains absolutely.
no drugs of any kInd, b-it relieves their
ctff.e d aker fr 'm 'the old drug poi-
There's a reason. i
Mr. M. M. Owens made his trip to
W. T. Bludworth and Daniel A
Simmons were in Bonifay Monday andI
Tuesday on business.
The county commissioners met in
Bonifay Monday, also the county
school board of education was In se.-
We heard that the contract to build
If It doesn't try Burdock Blood Bit- a new court house at Bonifay was nor
ers. made on account of no land being se-
cured' to put it on.
The county examination for teach-
Womem'a Temper*. ers began this morning at Bonifay.
I recently saw it stated somewhere Mr. T. P. Andrews and his wife. of
that "wnmen are much better tern- Ponce De Ieon, were in town Sun-
pored than men." This, of course, is a day.
self evident proposition-up to a cer- Your correspondent met with The'
tain point. Women. as a rule. are al- Tournal's hustling representative. Ai
together more self possessed and have Hogeboom, on the train to-day. H'
a greater control over themselves than was en route for De Funiak SprinTi,
it greater control over heme the interest of West Florida's bes;
men. who want everything their own d daily.
way, resent all trouble, cannot endure Mr C. D. Prink. of near Prosper-
the smallest discomfort and are rarely y. was at church here Sunday.
unselfish. E. M. Jewell came in on the -train
But in justice to men it must be said to-day.
that, generally speaking, they have Minnie D. Kennedy has been sick.
very much more to try their nerves.- but is improving.
London World. A. J. Matthews is sick.
An Anmetet Steam amRn.
There are a host of authorities on
hydraulics and mechanics that could
be quoted to support the assertion that
the steam engine is not a modern in-
vention. Carpir.n in the account of his
travels, A. D. 126. describes a species
of aeophile, or steam, engine made in
the form of a man. This contrivance I
was filled with "Inflammable liquid"
(probably petroleum) and made to do.
terrible work in the battles between
the Mongols and the troops of Prester
"It's funny," remarked the thought-,
"11e way a man who spends all his
spare time preyinr. for the regeneration
of his party will get nwig'raant at the
suggestion that be vote the opposition
ticket for onee."-]Philadelphia Bulle-
Truth Comes Out.
Tlmkias-So that mining enterprise
of yours proved a failure. eh? 8!mkins'
-Yes; a total failure. Timkmin--But I
thought you said there was a fortune
In it. Simkins --Well, mine's in it.--Obl-
Mr. John T. Flournoy went to Bon-
Mr. C. S. Matthews. of Barkers.,
passed through here Monday en rout-
Diphtheria. sore throat, croup. In-
stant relief, permanent cure. Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil. At any drug
Sit Up Straltht.
Your backbone was not made for a
barrel hoop, so do not curve it around.
but rather straighten it out. God made
man upright-not round shouldered.
humpbacked or bending over.
If you bend over too much in your
studies, get a lower seat. Saw the
legs off from an old chair, and then
sit down so low that your chin will
come Just above the table. Make the
hind legs a little shorter than the fore
legs. a.:d dhen read and write with
..-'Ir arms .)u the table, and it will
i.Aie out some of the crook from your
The national airs of great countries
are short. while those of little coun-
tries are ioan. "God Save the King"
is fourteen '-a-s, the Russian hymn is
sixteen '.a-i .nd "Hail, Columbia!"
has twelty-eight bars. Siam's nation-
al hymn has seventy-bix bars and tLat
Good humor and generosity carry of Uruguay seventy, Chile forty-six,
the day with the popular heart all the and so on. San Marina has the longest
wrld ever.-Alexander Smith, national hymn except'liat of China.
Terrible plagues, (hose itching. pes-
tering diseases of the skin. Put an
end to misery. Doan's Ointment,
cures. At any drug store.
Might Be Worse.
Winks-What makes you look so
blue? .links-I have six daughters,
none of them married or likely to be.
Winks-And you are blue over it? You
are the most ungrateful morning! th:i t ev-
er breathed. I have six la'.htr'., a;il
married all have clildr-n. : i.I i' e, t
to nipport th" whel. rwdi.--.w Y'rk
Sorry He Spoke.
"I wvi'-1'. Mrs. P.rown."
give p tho' r", 'ipt for Hiat l 'lul;'lIg
weo l i yl I n1rTly."-
"I'dl mui'h rather ilve you a r,. r'i:'t
or the l:ir you ia last imonh,'" re-,
it-(wd the Iandlady tartly.
Her Unhappy Way.
"That rl has an unfi,)rti-nate Iloi
of rti rtse."
"Yes." answered Miss Cayen;'ie. "S'..-
has an idea ltht she is say:nr 'nrtr
thing, v-!;i]e, ip is n,-r'ly s:..y :
DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY,
CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZES
ARTPOTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS,
Engraving and Fine Stationery.
Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
E. 0. Zadek Jewelry Co.
: MOBILE, ALA.
.:,- .,V*I :#X:mi l: < / ,# # t #
CLASSiCAL. SCHOOL Blue Ribbon
OPINION OF EDUCATORS AS TO
things that s;:'irt."-Washi:':rgton Star.
S t':,. \:' M.! r. professor rf
Her Dnplicnte Preent. *,r ~k I! Ti:an I-niversity, aft *r
She-l- iA v ur si -'" Lt .,nv ,h nl!.- *' --t :, -.l a :ii. school, wrote
.h . , i ; a'An I ;;w:: ( u O ;: 1 o1 Opini,)n tcG a
eate w od,l .g presents. TIH ~- ; she '; ,; -t ',,it ., ai,'i: t
marril a u,, lower wihU i a, b,,:.< T ,. ,,;. ', !.a School is
-- C iriga splenllid, woir., fr the. cauiis of,
N ':h r Captain. ...t rn ,I tic n. Ir is e!'tablishel:
-: n r c i'>. of : i r-' p' ls. it -heriilhes t* -
: s a: l ineir' ,,v. : ', !!P .., ; :,i .: 10 -,'Mo ar lhip; it m ain.
0',! ; Sis le f "( I ,.i s c., r, .< i h andard of x.'e'len, .
ar.h1 1,'. th,, (.rrw of sa :". y :. '. i nidorri nirthois, ar i
vessel C \V. 1I'1t 3. Capt. pwenr i, fi re.-: horon, hn .s.s o
KEYSER & CO.. Consieneps. :alining cinmpd.rar .o wi'h hat a;fforl '
;hi rr:' fi :'ing ,-''hools if r't e
T. n in i the P n-acm.a
1 . N i ,asir.l Sc:":. l i ion.) of th,. very
L h'st secn. -c'ho,- of tho .-o 'h."
)r V ,ni,:. .. p;-.ient of rthe Unl-:
S C 1. E D (I E I I ^T v 1 Nt"N f'Carolina, wrlxe?: -I*'
S C ^ ves pi>:.i-,ure '( "- fy tj .-
-horoughness, of th, ;th .'parati *r
ihe students who hav' conr, front
,o:ir ,'loell o, :he n vi.v rsit:. W e
PaR ; ne.-rs for Atlanta, Ga.. and -hou l t l :al to h ii.-.c mor, .-f 'i
points beyond, and for Cincinnati, .-ime type."
Chi.-ago and New York. !eavin4 PPn-a- Dr. Gen. Ptrio,. professor of Latin
ecl on train No. 4, at 12:15 no,n. and HWstory iTn h. Alhabama Pvt,'.VT
will transfer at Flom ton into thr:,ozh r :c Inr CIu; wr! s "'I onsd`r th
e.aches and sleepe-s running from st fl-ting ,tchros :n this section ofh
Grand Bay, Ala., to the above-nanme :he south. I (an confidently endo:-se
points. the thoroughn'=s of i', work an]d 'he
healthy, manly atrmn-phre rh;(t per
vades thb in.:-:ttion.
For further information o:- caa-,
J W LURTON loge of the -lrs
1f H. CIAY ARMSTRPJNGO.
Div. Pass. Agent L. & N. R. R.
Ridll our house ot rats. keep
basy rrohn arm.
Rat and ReachPaste
ill cuckly exterminate rats and
sic. .'hey eat It &ad rush out
ot '.be tho.u to die.
2ILz. bU,2 c;el tlila, 1a.1.1.M
So everywhere or seat IPIU prs-
tadon wcp7oprsa. .roaeyM a
SRA MS' ELICTRl PAST0 o.,
* CMass. ILa. u. L A.
UNIVERSITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA.
has no equal.
No. 131 SOUTH PALAFOX ST.
St. : B usmn-ss '
GEO:,Z A. PETTERSON,
:' ' ' I : ;j 7
Cor. Govr -i-,t and Barcelona Sta.,
;" : "' \ '*r .
." '. ,: .. m sa-
r. M'-. :7; iN. .r.a or ;reek Is
''.~i~r'l t. ii r'.'. Thc-' full',Courtse
of .-'a ~1.o ~.ei:the -shogg
ottL p--st ,ilo&o Projfid. e
V. ':..r~ -A ",I[, k--),-Yflar coUr
VI. Nrn.. 1. rit~ for
Embra,'ing :.'- ouv.'na subjects: a "'i : A -, \ ',r -. y-a:" course lea .
I. Lan-iiuag .. I -:era'ur.-L-\ fj- r :4 '0 .1 I. :p: a, A four-year
r court se .a o the eg : o ':e d
..e, but is a. a iv A aana:n). ,-orp- o r.,mp.-pnt tcab.
u:oughout the c-ojIne. e'*s. A h:gh <'r iculum- Expenses Io-
!. General S-:ence--DIvirled Intj lr. ding /,oarl. $ .'0 't $1-t per year.
.-:e :oturses; I, ('Ch-mical c Fall term r in. S'-pt,-n.ber 27, IN5
,.athematca! -,our,-. Natural History ASn, for Ca-'a'oguP.
.ur:e. No ;-i.ki a:ti only entrance
T *tin is requilrd in these courses. All Lake C.ty. Fiorida.
,.:f-year court es
iII. Agricult'-re-Four-year and two. FERTILIZER FREE.
-ear courses. Anyone wishing good stable muanm
IV. Eng-inr.ns-Four-year course gratis, will apply to J. L. PlercT Ig
In Mechanical, Civil and Electrical The Lewis Bear Company's wareuOW.
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PFN-.COLA. FoLARIDA. WEDN-ESDAY MORIN!NG. SEI"TEMrER 1. 1F0
'C.2 ;..1.. . *:t.:-.- ,: .:,:.:- :. ^ f- f ',* ', r n y ',? ,, of :h" ~ac',y of Ihe
methods emp','-d ir fi-'ting the fev
f WHERE IT IS TO BE FOUND. f For the fi-t ':mo n this coun-
S-- I try !t ha lic'n domon'rated that
S i 'j. T)' s:i f; .or'n:na; is on .' way has been found to prevent the
S : i' f~. ng p:i"ps in i ra f'ros of ,''r-s 'l!sp s'. The triumph
, o;. f of science is cormprt-e. and New Or
, Es:ambia Hotel. J. leans sh,'uil mark the fact by a manu
4 vay Hote!. wnent to1 Ked. who first made plain
f Cot'o Book Store. To the world that the mosquito was
. D pct News Stand. :he so;c ageon in bringing this phase
&'- G-- Gcek Store. of misfortune upon mankind.
S L"v. is House.
* e.erchants Hotel.
4 Touthern Hotel.
* "0:ho.i-cr.'s Book Store. v-
* Vb'jantc Ice Cream Parlor. ,
.'- Wa;n-.e m' E News Stand. -
S V,'a'..-rs Book Store. s
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W hen you leave the city for our
simmer v..cation have The Pensacola
.'ou--: ,'llcw you. Notify circula-
I .. ,,cr. Phone S3.
Russo- Japanese Struggle
Last of All Great Wars.
I:. :,- :..s w' : financial review,
Ii ..' (" w-. .f th' Wall street bank.-
S .. .: -,.:Lt name makes a very
The folIowing dispatch is clipped.
from the Chicago Record-Herald of
Pensaeola. F la., Aug. 28.-Mayor
B:iss was knocked down twice on the
street, by Secretary W. C. Jones. of
the Chamber of Commerce. and for-
merly city clerk, in an argument over
.he executive's failure to sign an or-'
dinance separating whites and negroes
ir street cars. Jones was arrested.
Mayor Bliss says he will not sicn the'
or,.':nance until convinced of it con-
sit!u io;a i, y. in
All of which confirms the old adage
tha; one mus: go away from home to
i(arn the news There was no knock-
down-not even a street scrap, be-
cause Maxor Bliss refused to 'towcr
the digniiy of his position by engag-
ing in one. Some news reports must'
r ;. :, .. ..." s a r-.ult of tbP eiher be sent out mighty crooked orI
!.; ,, 'o
4 tt o hi co%.111 ''Ztfi~ ~ tl 1
0 lit C .Iu-' t c i"e' 'o- ilitv not SU4;_
* ~ S :. ''Ics r"I)a lcasualo-
~ ~* ('1 CV,('i'. He Pairs:
'.h. t a~-.n of pet&ct. betWeCen
1 i ii ''.Ic'far-reachlr.
a,- iic-ue ftsl('of set-
-~ ~~~~h. ,w-'au '~ oi~ord. Ti'
al"tis~', lessons t)
:. -r in a pvrwrlfitc,'..
v .~t 'ft n a.t
~n~a tam tke IlapIm
I *~rfite a nal:c.n ;A,;
~~~i, .' l.' uture before d,
( ~~~~~~ n A .'X~::.('I i: h a sn a.'
".', (r o1 Ito,:' i: ,w assured-
.a;:,. :.-,'ed-''h.ch means a
S- '. v en nat ioln
1 ,' i 4 pro'. ieii: pg for -n'
." '.' "i' l ,of the popula*.,-n
':,.my ?-4p oi the' future wil!
t~ arten '". -~ that wAIllbe.
- .I t t~ 6t,. ein ccommter
mc r, c t'
* ~ ~ ~ ~ t of.,"4 '4 4-
1: 1 '' v toe '
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The Gentle Ortientals.
To r!d themsoelws of an enemy, the
residents of oriental countries fre-
quently mix with the food of the per-
son of whom they would be rid the
tiny bla-L Fspe ks found under the
sheath leaves at *h!o joints of bamboo.
Thbse specks, seen under a micro-
seope. are veritalle barbed arrows.
and once taken internally resist the
action of the gastric juices and set up
an Intest:n::l in'flainmmatlon that inva-
riably causes death.
Thi- Had Part.
"I drennmed last night that I was
married,- said the maid as she sat
down to breakfastt the other morning.
"Is that a bad dream?"
"The only thing bad about it,"
growled her father. "is that it isn't
tr." -Chilca go News.
Youth--I have come to seek the band
of your daughter m marriage.
.Man -Will you kindly cail tomorrow?
I male It a rule not to attend to bust-
ness out of office hours.
Patriots are grown too shrewd to be
sincere, and we are too wise to trust
The Journal Printed Dur-
Ing August, 1905, a
or an average
T" fao':on- firuares .how The Pen-
.:'o. Joun "a. -c' i' ia'' n !n'c (',. ,,
: '. ri.'ri g t.i;.' nm (',th of August. 19(-;.
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04S RE-OPDOe a
of;ri 't tti p
mlt"ho enI'4~cl- Ifc
30wel e hit Tcr
i 4 350 August
2~ .4' LutList
; a~~; Auguc't
S: 5.-100 Aurtjast
alI for th-! month
'rt.-:e F-r day..-
th.4. .Y ia a I
FTED A. SW
C'It' ". -'
Are the Colored
Races Doomed ?
By MAX NORDAU ......
T" OOKIG forward into the future, one often thinks of how
future generations will solve the question of FOOD
SUPPLY when the old countries of the world have be-
come so crowded that they can no longer feed themselves.
Here one of the laws of nature will come into opera-
tion. The excess of the European population will flow out of the con-
tinent in the direction of LEAST RESISTANCE. This least resist-
ance is offered by the colored races, and these, therefore, are of neces-
sity doomed first of all to be dislodged by the sons of the white race
and then to be ANNIHILATED.
The feeling of mutual responsibility which is gradually being em-
braced by all Europeans will not extend to the colored races. That
uniformity of civilization which makes the peoples of Europe like to
one another will not subsist between these and the inhabitants of the
3 The application of force, which in Europe will be prospectless,
will guarantee an easy success BEYOND ITS BOUNDS. The Eu-
ropean emigrant will not remove out of the temperate zone, which is
the most beneficial and agreeable to him, farther than may be abso-
lutely necessary. He will first of all settle the whole of North Amer-
ica and Australia and the whole of Africa and America south of the
Torrid zone. Then he will take possession of the southern coasts of
the Mediterranean sea and penetrate into the more hospitable por-
tions of Asia.
The natives will first of all try to organize resistance, but will soon
see that their only salvation is in flight. They will retreat before the
Europeans and in their turn overwhelm THE SMALLER AND
FEEBLER LANDHOLDERS, treating them in the same way as
they themselves have been treated by the stronger whites.
Every generation, however, will produce in Europe a FRESH,
superfluous swarm of human beings who will HAVE to emigrate.
The new torrent will mount up beyond the highest water mark of the
earlier stream, and the summits of European colonization will press
farther and farther into foreign continents, always more and more
approximating the equator.
THE INFERIOR RACES WILL SOON COMPLETELY PERISH.
FAIL TO SEE ANY HOPE OF DELIVERANCE FOR THEM.
RAILROADS AND RATES
By JOSEPH RAMSEY. Jr.. Former President of the Wabash
S a railroad manager, familiar with nT iv all the Tnaragers
and executives of the country, I say, without fear of con-
tradiction, that the aim and desire of them all is to en-
courage AND AID IN THLE ESTABLISHMENT of
industrial plants and business concerns, large and shall, on their lines
Their roads' interests are better served by numerous independent
plants than by a large branch plant of some trust, with can be closed
down an l all its traffic stopped when the trust feels that its own
irnerests are best served by so doing. A RAILROAD IS AT THE
MERCY OF SUCH A CONCERN when the bulk of its traffic comes
from it. A railroad is directly concerned in the building up of its own
territory and communities and must,when rates are reduced by some
line to help out another section, meet such rates or not only lose traffic
temporarily, but see its own territory and patrons suffer loss in busi-
ness, which may never be regained. That a railroad is willing to meet
such competition, EVEN AT A LOSS TO ITSELF, we need only to
witness the present extremely low rates to the gulf and Atlantic ports,
under which grain is being hauled east of Chicago at as low a rate
as eight-tenths of one mill per ton mile solely to protect eastern
ports against the competition of gulf ports and lines interested in
The conditions of the trade and commerce of the country, the al-
most absurdly low rate per ton mile at which the traffic of the country
i carried, the prosperous condition of at least 99 per cent of the
business men of this country, the great growth of our foreign trade,
etc., must indicate to any one not blinded by the pursuit of a hobby
that THE RAILROADS HAVE NOT BEEN AND ARE NOT
NOW ENGAGED IN "THROTTLING AND DESTROYING
THIE TRADE AND COMMERCE OF THE COUNTRY AND
FORCING THE SMALL MANUFACTURER OUT OF BUSI-
NESS," as has been asserted.
Credit Is the Heart
Of Modern Business
Bly D. P PORGAN. Chicago Banker
B ANKERS are born, like poets, and NOT MADE. Training
will do a good deal, but a man to be a banker must have
gumption, horse sense and the power to say "no" firmly,
BUT NOT DISCOURTEOUSLY.
The trouble is that many young men who enter banks never will
19 4.S? ? "n
0 5.; pro-'ress farther than their mere routine work. There are many bank
21 .... clerks who do not know what the fellow sitting six feet away from
'3 4.e5 them is doing. We fellows who are trying to run banks are constantly
, '.T^ am ized at the stuopiit" of men who have been in our employ for
4.:. yvear Thi~. ho,'-e'-er, is not the case aav.ys. There are many young
2s3 ... men who are not bankers because they nv-'or had the chance. The
29 4,800 great thing to bring success is to fight against doing things BY
30 4,03 O
31 0.0o ROT
... 127,330 If a man comes to me to borrow money he is not borrowing money,
he is borrowing CRIDIT, Credit makes wars and upbuilds nations
Sthe re- and is the cement which holds AIJ. the structure of modern business
'I a'tI .tth '-' ~'I'efore rme
~~~~~4IIs Ii-l a tt''i s ay of iizts. M S~f~.
.JU.Ib LaNotary Public.
A BANK IS A CREDIT DISPENSARY, AND A BANKER IS A MAN
WHO DEALS WITH CREDIT. IT IS NOT GOLD THAT IS THE IEART
OF MODERN BUSINESS. IT'S CREDIT.
IF YOU FAILS TO GET YOUR JOURNAL, TELEPHONE No. 38.
"THERE WAS AN OLD WOMAN TN
THE FRIGATE BIRD.
It HMa the Greatest Wins Power of
Any Flying Animal.
It has been demonstrated that the
wi:,g arca of different flying creatures
I va-i;s fruto about forty-nine square
f''ct p .r pound of weight in th' gnat
;in1 five square feet in the swallow to
lhailf sJuare foot per ;iciunl of weigliht
in the Aistralian i ci r ie. Th'. frig:toe
bird has tbo most wontlrftul wii!
power of any of iho lvi-gi; nnimti;.
being able to cuit the air at the rate )of
100 miles an hour and live cont;nuil ly
on the wine day an.1 night for a we'k
or ten days. Ornithologists of io.)e
even give it as their opinion that a
healthy individual of this spl)vries
would be equal to the task of making
n +94n u hirjU l hi ye ld.i i- w h ithoti > '.
a trip airounU tn' w "fi t| iiT0nL e o' t-
closing its wings In rest. It is a!-),
claimed that some spe"i-.s can rein;:i
motionless In the air for hours without
flapping their wings. That they c:in
exert three tines the horsepower P- "
pound of weight that a man can :nt. !
about the same amount more thl: :i
horse. It Is, without question, :i f:r.
that birds in general (an ex(\ri ii.
ical energy that Is without pl-irn!:
nature. It is generally silpp ', ,. I ;: -
birds are lighter t:uilk fr i;k. ':
WTIO LIVED IN A SqTOE*'-rTTSr IS A
SORNI.TENT OF' TROI)UBE.
THE EYE IN READING.
How Its Junaps Along the Printed
Ine Are Mean-ured.
We know that an eye at ordinary
re-tliin,g iit;ince- tales in about on'
inch of :I line att a time anI:l ithlit il
reading ;a l;ne of in ordi tiary l,,k ti'
evo n:akt s five or six disli e:t Jut:,-;.
b' t I t s IT," mIo)ve;i' s ii4 ::' ,'e *,'ry
n:; tt. ,e iand rapid how ia,'- t! I y I :
.\ l t!enin of light Is thl' -, n up l in :he
C rI'n a of f le eye. and thi.s :'i : l: r'-
e'r',',! l1y tie cornea oni a I!ira' -
If' ]:: : .'. t es Il : 1 l1'). t' e, 0.' l '
theil r' 'et '-; I l-e'Itn :a i m 'n li'-
On l!ev'o'piuI! the plnto, w ;. lik is al<,
eoT)t ri'lvin'., a zi;.:7:.nr lint, is fouin 1.
A 't'aW y of su,' i pIh't'.rap', tr;ie .--
sL v t;:: i e e' y s i'! tti!''!it g u It ,:,'.- t)
I i,'-l 11I)p tilte : -" t !i:' h, ,, m ', 0 :',
elit.', in s,) a. niOi "lt i r tlo ii,
o r" prinl t ,r::* : :,.!" -e ,:T, :iii' f., ,
cit l'ri ,. TI ;'. :e tL.' e t Ii f .
1: 'r : ,' *r rT : "t i nv l\'' .- Je\v-
* ; *' '" .' -,:'.
T.TVElIY VERSION OF THAT Ar
On" Toed W'omen.
Everyloly lis:t ieard tof the small
feot o(f the 1'' of ( China. But It il
not so z,,inr:i rly known that they conm-
niovly have butt ,'ne tiw'. Thlls Is, how-
,-,r. the frn-t. The grent toe of the
frr']:.hs ,f t;e' tOr.-t rn!t.: and of some
'I, t .it' itf''.,r ,!. -:4es l-o. Is th1 only
one '.tfrt> :wit wtili anvy fro+.loni. It
t('qt orte < )i'!,t i (dIuI i n tier th" foot
i:t th,'r tter;>t Ilof;r;"y anid retalued
!.y e(': !r'--- n :i t, !:hi t h i'!l; e till
they tiinte with and are buried in the
Gruamip-r. Openwork Soekls.
"Why d].-'-4 I r mrunipsce always buy
-11ie s..yv th t. having t'o-n a bnche-
lor f,,r f rty-tivo years, the kinii with
bi).l- in :res the only o:ie's in which he
f,.el, natuiral."-->'lveland Leader.
Ms P'l--iy,. I prize that book vry
: y. It b, a vry vol l edition. Miss
I;:lI'-Y V.', .'a-r. I thought It mnxt
!,,, when I sq'v on the' ly leaf that It
v,wis or-sene-d to you on your twenty-
other animals, 1,, t r; .
mncts have proved th:it ..ro ;l ;. ,
grounds upon whi.h to >b :,
HOSPITABLE FOLKS. WHY MERCHANTS SHOULD
One Never Dhn'Iti nei' at l in n ;
.B,,,. ,. .,,, ADVERTISE IN
The Braznih. .,-h
people. AIir t:., tl,.y !. :
ilies., they t;,'. '.
fortunate r, %.. ." :-j,1
to tind hii lo1
sons or rine. tcf!' 1 it .1-A
hostessi |, TA4 WEEKLY JOURNAL
ly is rmale,, p if ; ,, nd-l :. 4
and relati-,, !t-i i. .,v . l
small di:ingi;1 -:i :It The attention of merchants and advertisers
ways a ve;'y I ,, I r1I "a r ",
oo .'. :;in general is directed to the fact that The
pled the! ,clo it -, I : t to:,,' Journal's WEEKLY EDITION is now read by
end. N, ff l:- : a rt :t. .:-
fects. I .d i. r-. fiFr i pi,, ,i,.. practically every reader in the county outside
meant ari te v.. i ::1 of the city who does not take the daily.
gain the fr i .' : 'of y,,ir ,.-
ess ift yi.v r-. ;f- n iin n f Advertisements in the DAILY reach prac-
wine. 1," t,!. i*,i"- r. .i tically all of the city people and a large part of
think gF ,I iniitur'Al]y tI."h t ho" th! .;
cannot eo, hip.t.'d, the country people but an advertisement in
Bread ctmes ov t. e var .i to ea w i both the DAILY and the WEEKLY will reach
coffee In the mern:ng. The iily
breakfast M h"cmun wiih sal:d nitl Pni s all of them-both city and country,
with gunyviha jelly. cheese, and a d. i- THE WEEKLY JOURNAL is a compile.
Clous little cu'l of lMInrk c',ffee.
Dinner is a rei...cti on ,,f obri tion of the local and telegraphic news which
in dishes and( In or,!er of servini ,bnt
ceptlng that n udp is srl)aitltuted for has been published in the daily during the
salad at the beginning and more des- week, and it reaches every subscriber in time
sets are offered. for him to read on Sunday,
The Shado ,w.. N o Pensacola merchant who A i *
Were a man's sorrows and d1l9ue-
tudes summed up at the end of his life the COun f tr a d c af W to stay d we
It would generally be found that he bad of The Weekly dJaUwal.
suffered more from the apprehension It is maled to subscribers for SL00 per
of such evils as never happened to him
than from those evils which had really year, and practically every voter in Escambia
befallen him. cc At rads it C
county reads itB
At the Club.
"Carry any life insurance?" w w
*Yes, $10,000 in favor of my wife."
"Should think you'd be ashamed to ASE IN
look her In the face."
a-what TE WEEK JOURNAorr
"For living. What excuse do you
He that bires one garden (which he
Is able to look after) eats birds; he
that hires more will be eaten by the
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T~ PNSCOA OUNAWEDN E SD A MrOR N N Go
SEP.TEMBER 6, 1905
' i ' *
THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 6, 1045
50 miles off the bar at about o'clock __
Tuesday night the captain discovered ,ts Pleading Power Was Too Great
that the schooner had sprung a leak, to De Resisted.
Sbut on account of the cargo of creosot- "The look of a little child is some-
ed lumber which we carried and the times a wonderful tiiiu.- said the man
I amount that was on the deck the exact 'ho had rise high on the ladder of
location could not be found. The ,
pumps were started and every effo-t success. "I remember that the grent-
*I U I wasP made to stop the flow of wter est lesson I have ever learned in my
into the vessel. This proved unavail- life was pointed out to me by my
I ing. however, and a few hours later daughter, who was only five years old
Capt. Wessel put about and headed at that time. That was fifteen years
I UGULF/ the vessel for the beach. Within a ago, when I had just attained some
.- ^half hour. though, the vessel had fill- measure of distinction in the business
ed so rapidly that she was down to world, and I felt that I could afford to
the deck line. The captain then or. rest on my oars awhile. I had never
i F s n dered an abandonment. We placed been a drinking man, but frequent con-
sufficient provisions and ten gallons ferences at hotel lobbles and after
Uf Less Than 60 Miles on. ha twe Ina o~uyw nd all of usdn go theater talks wlth my associates began
din This was about 2 o'clock Wedes- to tell on me and I am ashamed to
.. .. Glsta-- T day mornMng. The sea was smooth
I Mle -i and with fair weather we made very confess that I came home many a
good progress. We had to row a!l the night slightly the worse for wear and
o S tVffr. way but it took us something like 23 'booze.' The habit of Imbibing grew
hours' steady pulling to get to shore. on me, in spite of tearful entreaties
.. iethe fol- I We landed at about Ninth and Beach from my wife, until I took a bottle of
'I e Galveston Tribune gives the fol- somewhere near midnight last night. whisky home one afternoon. After
oin account o he abandonment The crew then split up and Capt. Wes- dinner I made for that bottle, which
of the schooner John Francis lastsel and myself went to a friend o I had left in my study, poured out a
week: Aindn i Gulf mine who lives at 1118 Ave. A, John glass and raised It to my lps, when I
The schooner John Francis is water oa othn namewthere wen changed caught a reflection in the polished
loged and bndoned somewhere our clothes an s then went to a hote woodwork of the wall. I turned quick-
the Gult less than 60 miles from the "While t' sni. f ly. and there was my llttje daughter
Galveston bar. Capt. E. P. We5selJ i Whle t was a ong pull from te standing in the doorway looking at
Mate Charles Eson. seven members schooner to the shore wehad lentyme. I could never describe the ex-
of the crew and two Mexican adies. of water and provisions, canned meat, pression on her face. If one might say
passengers from Galveston for Coat- salmon, etc. The last we saw of the t of a child, t was a comminlin of
taooaloos landed' a Ninth and Beach schooner was a little after daylight on t oI a ild, it was a commingling o
-t tdnight., after 23 hour In an o,.nI nWednesday morning. She was Stl reproach, pity and disgust. roaly
bat. story.toldy Mate Egaton vis ble then but we soon pulled out of she had overheard conversation. be-
gives a fuaccount of the first parsiht. tween her mother and myself-perbhaps
of the voyage and the subsequent "We had two Mexican women on- the mother had instilled that feeling-
abandoument. The mate said: board who were passengers trom this perhaps it was Instinct. I have not
The Mte's Story. port for Coatzacoalcos." taken another drink from that day to
"We sailed from Galveston in the, Mate E9ston is well known in Gal- thils -New Orleans Times-Democrat.
early afternoon of Tuesday and had veston having been a longshoreman
here for years. Capt. Wessel is also' THE PHENIX.
well known having been plying in the
SUN ANO SNOW Galveston-Mexican trade, for a long ,Lege4 of How It LAved and Die1
time. and Lived Again.
Sometimes Help the Hair to Go. Will Search for Vessel. The ancient tradition concerning the
In any changea;be climate the hair .. phoenix has Introduced into nearly ev-
I apt to become brittle and to break mah t ude ry language the habit of applying that
e stubby here and there. This mn and Dolson that the tug Albert N. n .t w
H e was ,,, a sent to .ea about t,:. name to whatever is singular or un-
Sakes a hair-dre,,ing almost a neces-Hughes was sent.to sea about 9".
ak y, espea ally to ladies. In using a o ciock ths morning with orders to common among its kind. According to
hair dressing wh. not get the best tow the John Francis back into po-t ancient writers, the phoenix was a bird
one that combines with it tne ef- if she was still afloat. There is little of great beauty about the size of an
cleacv in killing the dandruff germ doubt felt but that the schooner is eagle. A shining and most beautiful
the germ that eats the hair off at the still, above the water, as it would be a crest adorned Its head, its plumage,
rmots causing what is called falling difficult matter for her to go to tbe., contained nearly every tint of the rain-
hair and' in time baldness. Newbro's -ottom with a cargo of the character bow, and its eyes sparkled like dia-
"Herpicide" is that kind of a hair she has on board. The master of thr monds. Only one of these birds could I
dressing. You have no idea how de- tug had orders to proceed to a point live at a time, but its existence covered
hatful y mnr scalp will feel, and how about 56 miles off the Galveston bar a period of 500 or 600 years. When its
rtytsh yo ir hair will appear. after an somewhere to the west of the Heald life drew to a close the bird built for
Spplicstion or two of Herpicide. It is Bank lightship and and to there make itself a funeral pile of wood and aro-
qtlainly a wonderful innovation as a' a systematic search for the schooner itelfa er w and
scalp an*iscepeic and hair-u'oessing. if she was not already in sight. The natic spices, with its wings fanned the
old by W. A. D'A1.nmbere. druggist tug is not due to arrive at the scene pile into a flame and therein consumed
and apothecary. ]21 S. Palafox street. of the abandonment until 3 o'clock this itself. From its ashes a worm was
Pensacola. Fla- Send l(c. in stamps afternoon and is not due to arrive back produced, out of which another phoenix
for ample to The lHirpicide Co., De- :n this port before tomorrow morning was formed, having all the vigor of
tooft, Mich. at the very ealiest. youth. The tirst care of the new phoenix
Mr H. Mosle, when seen by a Tri- was to solemnize its parent's obsequies.
bune reporter this morning, said: For that purpose it made a ball of
I "I don': know a thing about the myrrh, frankincense and other fra-
John Francis. I have heard too muc.1 grant things. At Heliopolis, a city in
It't m about her already. All I have hard lower Egypt. there was a magnificent
has been the captain's report." Mr. temple dedicated to the sun. To this
Mosie i agent of the schooner in this, temple the phoenix would carry the fra-
ST t. ...h.. grant ball and burn it on the altar of
In Trouble Before. the sun as a sacrifice. The priests then
t plaThe schooner John Francis is owned' Iexamined the register and found that
here by M srs H. Mos:e. Seal.,. exactly 500 years or exactly 600 years
to place Fock and othcr. She has been run-' had elapsed since that same ceremony
ning in the Mexican trade for sonv?' had taken place.
t!.,e pas'. This is the second trouble.
ha: she has gotten into recently. Modern Card Playing.
Some nmon:iis ago the schooner was The gambling of today is a mild af-
ioading at a Mexican :or: and her fair compared with the extant records
cargo was a'mot completed when a of English society. We shall never
severe squal" came up and she was again see the days when General Scott
blown so far to sea that it was thought n-00 ealctt
advisable no: to attempt to return to, won a fortune of '200.000 at whist.
complete her loading, and she was chiefly by dint of keeping sober. And
headed for this port. On board at the high play. it must never be forgotten,
i.me was a Mexican cusFom house of- is a relative term. When Lord Stavor-
ficial who was thus inadvertently car- dale gained 11,000 by a single coup at
ricd beyond his juris.iiction. In this hazard, his only comment was that if
squall the John Francis was pre'ly se- he had been playing "deep" hb might
vere'.y damaged The schooner was have won millions. When the dimen-
bui't: n 1,97 at Totensvil!e. N. Y.. sons of modern wealth are taken into
and was of 322 gross and 2S5 net ton- account the wildest excesses ever wit-
nag. nessed at the card table would have a
The schooner had on board the fol-I timid and parsimonious aspect to the
ow:ng cargo: ,10 S53 feet pine !um- bucks of the regency.-Times of India,
Iher. valtdR a: $3753: 3330 feet of oak Bombay.
iumier, value: at $(,l: 100 creosote B
piling. va:;e, a: $122"9: 5S19 feet cfi
,ire'sed :umbr.>r va t'.jd at $117: 21.02.2a
f'et of rough lumlter, valued at 1378. Wheat and Oas.
Tnis gives a: :oial value of $5617. While the millionaire Is making
money in wheat his san Is often blow-
SOUTHERN COTTON ASSOCIATION ing it on wild oats.-Tom Watson's
CONVENTION POSTPONED. magazine .
By Associated Pre. i An Irritable man has, like a hedge-
Ashev:lle. N. C.. Sept. 5.-Owing to Dog, roneu up me wrong way. itr-
the non-arrival of several prominent meeting himself with his own prickll,
delegates. toe first annual convention -Hood.
of the Somthcrn Cotton Association
was poset onD.I until to-morrow. Pre.-l
ident Har!e Jordan and Secretary Ignorance, when it is voluntary, Is
Cheatham arrived this evening. j criminal.-Johnson.
CASES AAIN 4 EW CASES
SHOW DECREASl FOHYESTE[HIi
(Con!nued from First Page)
extended. The city limits should be
circumscribed and people should be
forced into pure air instead of strag-
:gling into morasses."
The outside quarantines are still
affecting the whole business of New
Orleans, and the business is being
conducted by mail. while thousands
of traveling men are idle. The rail-
roads are preparing to handle the
cotton crop and to carry cotton see
. to the oil mills throughout 1his sec-
tion. No serious handicap in the-
movement of cotton is anticipated.
Continued From k first Page.
gation process. The doctors have no
easy job explaining matters, and some
of the people accept no explanation.
and the work of fumigation must he
carried on under continuous protests.
Can Leave City.
Dr. Porter says that all those whi
are in the infected district who desire :
to go north are permitted to go. In
such cases they a,'e escorted to the
train and given an opportunity to
leave the city.
A number of telegrams were sent
out yesterday to various cities, asKing
convalescents and all who need Strength and
Health to take the ideal Food Drink,
0 1 TRADE MARK.
For it contains the great building and health
producing properties the system demands.
That's why the most successful doctors prescribe
Malt-Nutrine in their practice-that's why their
patients recover so quickly and so surely.
Malt-Nutrine is the perfect, predigested food in liquid form.
Sold by all druggists and grocers.
emphasizes one's good taste as does the hours. Immediately after the mount-
china, bric-a-brac and potery that ia dis- ing of the new guard every morning a
'played. knock at the door of the officer's room
STefactoriesof Europedump on these announces the arri*'.al of the head por-
shoreseachyearhundredsofthousandsof ter with a large bhea, in which the of.
articles that come under the generalchar- feer signs his n-ae, rank and reg-
Sbric-a-brac and ment. and ':a the departure of the por- --
actezamonofbc-a-brandartpott ter with the hok a half sovereign is
Save the mark found on the table. It is the officer's
There are many thousands of mento- perquisite.
rious articles sent here, too. AndM some
are dirt cheap. The Bad One.
q We are specals in the china It ha "Thuat brother of yours, Lucy," said
our whole attention. We ae e zpeftL That's why the man of the house, "seems to be a
you will find the choicest things here always-in- pretty tough character."
cluding the meiorious'dirt-cheap.* "'Deed he is, sub," replied the col-
q You don't risk your reputation for good task ored maid. "He jes' natchelly seems
ohere mattewhat you select to be de white sheep ob our famblyv _
sho' 'nuff."-Phlladelphla Press.
Mrs. Hatterson-What! You're had
fourteen cooks in three months? Mrs.
Catterson-Yes, and I didn't please
any of them.
B" l uV V i
S. Pala" 0
Pres. and Cash.
Anheaser- Busch Brewind Ass'n
St. Louisa, U. S. A.
I ,,_. ..... whether or not Pensacola refueccs -- "-- ... --- ,
All Part of Vickburg Infe would be allowed to enter. To these
V icksbur. Miss.. Sept. 5.-Six nerw telegrams Dr. Porter received one from
3ases of yellow fever developed here. Cincinnati, giving absolute consent .
,)-ay. sat in all parts of teLouisville will permit refugees with
own. Almost ,very section of the certificates shwi t tey did not
citv is Infected apparently. So far cert"ncates show n that toe did n..
Sao come f the infected district. Clii- Let Us Fill Your Prescripti
0, it seriously ill. cago did not reply to the telegram
The reports from Tallulah, Louis- Atlanta extends a hand of welcome to E HAVE FILLED OVER TWO HUNDRED THOUS
ana, ehteen miles west of here, are refu s a WE HAVE BEEN I BSINESS.
that eighteen or twenty cases have many people will avail themnselve-s of WE|HAVE B1EN IN BUSINESS.
,pear. d nce t.rdav. There was the opportunity to leave the i':.-.
-)ne d e.-ith to-dav and several persons No le .ntlon cap has y l, bA..I;i =- r
nare sp-rousiv il. so placed at lmaun, dnI): Drtt:'. W A. D ALEM BERTE
health wa: given a wcek ago, but the says that there wll he no de en:
_cver reappeare sat . Phoe 19. Pruggist and Apothecary. 121
S reOne New Case at Natchez. camp on te Florida siplace of the li'n. ____--.... .
Matches. Miss., Sep-. ,.-One nev.w on t Flora sle of th h.' ________
case of yellow fever wa- reported to- The Herron Wharf District.
day and three were discharged. Two The city has a large force of ni: ___
are now under treatmewi. There are. clearing and drain:ng that portion .
!fourteen cases to date and no deaths. the city known as Herron's Wiha-f. No. 6603.
which extends froni Main street to the H. L. COVINGT3N. President M. E. CLARK, Cashi
CITY EDITOR PERCY S. HAYES water front, ai;;i from Baylen street C W. LAMAR, Vite.President. JNO. PFEIFFER. As
IS ON THE SICK LIST. to llarce':ona frke:. This has always, *
--- boon cnsieredl he worst breeding THE AMERIC N NATIONAi
City Editor Percy S. Haves ,of The an,, hrbh ini, pli'e for mosquito,
,Journal. is on the sick list. tii the p: ,Tic-: :v owners in that vicini- OF PENSACOLA, FLA-
When he reached home yesterday ty paid no aer. 'on to the orders ot ur PENAoLA, r-A.
morning from his work hc discovered the city to c*'an the place, and for DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED
tha: he had a chill, his wife put himn this reason the (!:y employed a large Cpital S k, $200 000 Su u 4
to bed, and doctors were immediately! force of men and the place has bee. tal toc, urplus,
summoned. practically entirely cleaned. J. A. X3X:LE QWC3TO3r
Early in the morning two physicians Daw has charge of the men, and hi- Henry L. Covington, S. J. Foshoe
investigated his case, and not noting work was widely complimented yes- J. Pfelffer. A. M. Aver
any symptoms of fever placed' him in terday. The underbrush in some ofn H. Mlto
'he "suspicious" class and returned the places was ten and twelve feet B.ryan unwoy, OE. Maura,
to the city. high and so thick that it was impossi- Frank leilly, W. .. Cawtl
Last evening the two doctors again ble to penetrate it. The ground has| W. S. Rosasco, C. A. O'Neal
called and found tne patient tucked also been drained, and before night T. F. McGourin, Dr. W. J. Hi
'up in bed with two mosquito nets se- will probably be as clean as any other F. E. B-awner, McKenzie O0
curely fastened about him and with part of the city. C. W. Lamar. Alex McGow
a kind of uneasy look that foreboded a Early yesterday morning Dr. Porter J. R. Saundes., C. M. Cov!ng
very perturbed state of minr- issued the following bulletin: Accounts of Banks, Individuals, Corporations, and Firm
A peculiar thing about it, however, Bulletin No. 9. Four per cent. Interest paid on Time Deposit
lay in the fact that the pat-nt s pulse Pensacola, Fla., Sept. 5, 1905.
wa; normal as was also his tempera- Additional Water Patrol Regulations. I
tnre. The physicians therefore re- 1. All vessels, including freight- ------ --- -..
turned to the city with the report e--s, tugs, launches. fishing boats and
-hat as soon as the "sick man" got vessels, pleasure boats, and all pull- WM. IT. KNOWLES, President. W. K. HYER. JR.. V.-I
over his fright he would be in good ing" boats, except boats belonging to THOS. W. BRENT Ast. Caslhier. W. N. ROBERTS. As
condition to go to work again, and manned by the crews of vessels
at anchor in the Bay. lying off of Pen-
sacola, must register at the Barge
UAJIA* VAl A t~~koffice with Lieut. Alexander of the U. W -
Wile .Our Appetite s Revenue Cutter Service, who Is in F IR S T
Whe Y -- orApp- e e command of the water patrol of the
and then ome to harbor, and who may be found at the N, T I O B
and then come to Barge office or on the Penrose. Th^is N A T II A L BA_
t-he Oltd Re aiable regulation must be observed before ....
the Old Reliable leaving the wharves or water front oft
the city for any purpose whatsoever. O0F Pp is oolsa Fr.is
The permission granted however, is!
N i k 's for vessel and crew only. and this
NJ s-. order includes all tugs and other ve-
sels running under a permit Issuel DIRECTORS. F. C. Brent, W. A. Blount, Wm
from this office i
m i 4 2. Any member of the crew of al W. K Hyer, Jr., D. C. Brent.
i l ll lr vessel may go ashore to attend to ur-
t, ,l t,* gent business provided permission !sr OREI AND BOUESTIG ECON IE BUIIl
first obtained from Lieut Alexander; FOREIG N IND DOMESTIC CwIAM f BOU 0 l
where the best is whose Instructions as to parts of the ......
City to be visited must be obeyed ur- We draw our own ll of Ex- Vessels disburedi
always obtainable. der penalty of failure, by having per-. change on Great Britain, Iriland, Favorable Terms,
mit revoked. Permissions of this chbar- ermany, France Au trla, Italy., nation taken Paya
t wib heHolland, Spain, o aelglumeRsalantp ,a
acter will be for the day only and be-nand Destination Ten
All kinds of Fish, Soft Shell tween the hours of 8 a. m. and 5 p. m ow ay, wen, e nma rk, and thr
Crabs, Western Meat. 3. Noperson is permitted to leaver Euro n u
the city either by water or land be
REGULAR DINNER SERVED DAILY, fore 8 a. m. except by special per- Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Connection wi
25 CENTS. mission from this office.
4. Vessels leaving Pensacola under havc a Private Department for the us5 of R
-.- .-- -------___ permit, cannot carry more person.
than the ,necessary crew mention,.d
in the permit, without special permis-: S Vvings Department--lnttere t Pal
sion from Lieut. Alexander, but
launches and other small boats hav- pOlits t po tr Of 4 per oent per A
ing freight permits may carry per-
sons direct to and from vessels at
anchor or moored In the immediate L. HILTON GRoaN. sWImB T. ELLBS Vic-
harbor. R. M. MBUSRNELL. uCAsMx MANSFILD MOWI-
5. No vessels or boats of any kind
or description, including boats belong- C citizens N national B
ing to vessels in the harbor, can of Pensaeo a, Finoril.
leave the water front of Pensacola be- 3i-ooeeorm.
tween the hours of 10 p. m. and.4 a. Geo.w Wriht, MorrtisSear,
m. iz M. oMaso, L. Htilt
6. It is suggested that use be made A ENER-RAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTI
of the Barge office landing by small:
sailing vessels and launches for the
S-purpose of Inspection and convenience ----*----*-----*e---- --*-*-e-**-ee$$.$e
to themselves and the officeiln charge J. S. REESE, President. E. W. MENEY
S water patrol. R. M. CART, Vice-President
State Health Officer. THE PEOPLE'S BAIK or PE S
No need to fear sudden attacks of Directors-L. J Rees, J. Reese, W. DeC. Kesle,
Your m e cholera infantum, dysentery, diarrhoea TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANkING BUSINESS.
summer complaint of any sort if you YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLr
Strawberry In the medicine chest. '**************$**^$********************
ur The Bank of Ireland, like the Bank
A 1o 1 h h of England, has a military guard, o l an CAll .U r .
q And nothing m the home-hings which i relieved every twenty-four Who-l Rn .,i r-.r ,,
R. M. Cary,
Steam, Domestic. Anthracite %, A
and Blacksmith L
-ffice-No. 43 Rfuth PaJfatx street. Telephone S3.
Yards on Zarragoesa and Gonzales street. Phope, 6.
~ 0 z' To m the
ICE, COAL and WOOD
Consumers' lee and Fuel Compeny.
Offie-Corner Chse and rTrragona. Phone 259.
he Journal delivered to any
part of the city at
* L. Knowle
T All SW
upon the Meet
and thotp el.
able at peft of
lye After eV
ith which we
d on D..
ro, A&r. CASa1a
THE MAYOR SETS ASIDE FRIDAY
FOR GENERAL FUMIGATION DAY
We can furnish you with all the necessities
for successful fumigation.
Sulphur, lOc lb., 3 lbs. for 25c.
Persian Insect Powder, per b., 50c.
Oil of Citronella, Sulphur Candles and I
OuFr Famo "MUS-IKEET-OFF" (Gunaranteed I
THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 6, 1915
PEOPLE AND EVENTS
69 1. WItEL .SCE. re.tp*- m mO .
Eccr. :xicard and Done Amon- Thse Who Go, Come
and Tarrv-,.-Wamen and Society. Here and Elsewhere
T4E BEAUTIFUL SONG UNSUNG., is the founder and at present the,
There n .. a*'r:fu; song :ha: is yet to'
i. : ft '.
A -;g *I. .. s nov and :; i:
&A K,,s a- .xe.> as a dr-am of the
Of i,,autiful words uron:-':
A or. 'hat the poets and ages have
Through all the dim days of the
A song that i; swe"* as the fragrance
'Round the rose that lingers to the
The Journal's Daily Fashion Feature
head of the "'oncatena'ed Order of
Ho.,-Ho,"' known otherwise as the
It3aci Catu, a social ordr- founded at,
Gurden, Ark., in January. 1902, on the
r;tes. cerewmonie and mysteries of
:he ancient Egyptians. Only members
of the lumber and allied branches of
trade are eligible to membership.
The main purpose of the order, whose
motto is "Health. Happiness and
]r-ng Life," is to war on convention-I
tI y. I
The next annual meeting of the or-;
dir wil! be held at Portland, Ore,;
September 9-the ninth day of the
i1s the song I have heard when my r nth month-nine being the mytic vf
touu. was entranced number of the order. i
By music's en(,han:ing, sweet strain; Mr. and M-s. Johnson's wedding / if V
'Tis the song tha: is heard when Am- trip w;ll incl'ide attendance at the an-i
bitions r tide nua! meeting. With 300 other Hoo-
Bea-,s fierce at the bars of the brain; Hoos they will leave for the West Sat-;
19ls the song of the saint who was urday night.--St. Louis Globe Demo-
martyred for Faith. crat.
Of the soldier who died in the strife, --4-- \
f the woman who lives and labors A NICE DISTINCTION.
for love- I Secretary Shaw. in replying to the
Tis the grand, solemn Anthem of crriticism of his remarks on the
lAfe. French reciprocity treaty, says his
speech "was impromptu, but not ex-
Atd through ages have men tried' to ?mporaneous." Commenting upon
sing this song. this statement, the New York Times
Stt their harp,: would fly unstrung, says:
ter ,only a note here and there ofi Evidently the secretary intended
its strain. bN 'he use of these woru2r to make a
lbs ever by man been sunr. very delicate, but slill real. distinc-
&ad a last to us all must the truth tion. Perhaps he did it. but we con-
come home. fc-ss that we find difficulty in seeing
That going life's journey along. just what the distinction intended
By singing and striving and loving, was, and in our consequent Irritation
each de, i we more than half expect that either ,
We give to the world this great the secretary didn't know exactly
iong. what he wanted -to say or else he
--6. L. German in Galveston News. didn't find the words to express it
--- 0 and took the first at hani that sound-
SALT AIR REPAR.TEE. ead well. "Impromptu, though not ex-
The summer residents along the temporaneous" does sound well-
Jersey coast who go to and from busl- there's no doubt about that. Accord- SQUARE NECK SHIRT WA'
ness on a Sand:. Hook b'a are en- ing to the dictionaries "impromptu"
jolong a gpod laugh at the expenFe seems to mean "extemporaneous." In this instance the shirt waist isl
of bhe skipper of the boat, says the hut "extemporaneous" means some fastened in the back, tucks that are
New York G3ohe. The captain is a thing a little different from "im- spaced across both back and front
rough old eseadog who does not like promtu." The etymolog of bo to th line with a very
to be made sport of One of his favor- words is ob',.ious Though of suc tapering to the waist, line with a very
It, expressions whenever -e fancies different origin, however, they w,,r\ smart effect, this line producing an
that some one is trying to get the out much alike, and in ordinary uIse! effect of s:endernt-ss that is vastly be-
better of him. Is: "'Gto aIong, mY they are practically interchangeable. oming. The or:!inal is in a white
oae your work is too coarse. I've! Secretary Shaw drew a line. or at mohair, but any of the o-dinary shirt
elbowed the world from Maine to, least he pretended to do so. and we waist materials will answer. The;
California ann' you can't work a gamc can not help wishing that he had tol i neck is cut out square back and front,I
llkt thai on eni(-.'" less about his reasons for opposing
The other day when Ithe vessel hadi the French treaty and more about hit six
milsed the d.r-k by snore than the delicate dottinction between "mi- here and we will see you in about six
usual margin there wab a heated dia- promrptut' and "extemporaneous weeks."
lojie through the- speaking tube be- The question is worth investigation. I
tween the captain in the pilot house even if it results in nothing more Mrs. 3. N.awis King and prettyur
and the chief engineer in the engine than the .discovery that in both little daughter Agatha, who let Satur-
room. A few not very flattering re "prompt" and "impromptu" the un to spend the autumn in Asheville.
nmrkF were exchanged. and the CoP' derlying. almost the foundation, idea arrived safely and wired Mr. King
tain. on the verge of apoplexy. yelled 1, that of visibility. Not quite every- they had a delightful trip.
into the engine room. wanting to body knows that.-Mobile Register.
know if there was "a blithering idiot --4.- Retail Grocers Attention.
at the end of this tube?" Miss Mabel and Miss Josie Loftin Write Gre-ver-Lot-peich Mfg. Co.,
"No. sir," replied the engineer, "not and Miss Bessie Passett are visiting Knoxville. Tenn for the; beral prop-.
at this end." Mrs. Leslie E. Brooks on Bayou ostion they re making n ts lu fr Riays.
-41--Texan. bon laboring Fxva(ts for ten Jays.
FLOROA U. D. C. DELEGATES T r Big deal in free goods.
TO CAL.IFORNIA CONVENTION. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Howe let MPTY OTT
Friday afternoon at the residence of atur on a three weeks outing 'o EMPTY BOTTLES.
Mrs. Drma McFadden on F'rsoyth Mackinac Island and other places. Fifteen cents per dozen paid f-r
street. thet was a called meeting of mpt Bosso bottles at Nick's rs-
the Martha Reid Chapter Unite- Mrs. IL P. Reese and two children; taurant.
Daughters of the Confedracy for the are coming leisurely homeward from -------
purpose of e-.ecting delizaTes to the their -ummer outing and are now vl.- The Saueo Wr-e.
San Francisco convention. also to act i:in, her sister in Pulaski. Tenn. The mother wren, with her saucy
upon some amnendmen's which will be tail tilted at a saucy angle, loved to
presented at he convention. The foi; Mr C. R. Johnson's condition i comp around the lattices and porches
lowing deiga'-., were elected. Mrs.1 bout the same. as may be ex-pec .'d of the house to make her home.
Edwin G. WeV,. Mrs C. F \Varine. of yvphoid which is a s'ow and tei- A gray bared gentleman sitting
Mrs. J. M Armstrong. Mr- .1 disease quioely reading on his front porch one
Cook-'. Mrs .1 0 Hessc-t. Mrs. Gave. *a
MrF. Scriven l)ozit'r an.d M' CharlesI Mrs E. J WVson Is spending a few morning watched her with a mixture
-I Ro ers. As th,-r. will p'-c. blv be no, weeks -wl Mrs Fred 0. Howe at, of :itmiem"ut and affection till she
repres,'rtative troni "the Mar'ha Retdl..*t, Bunr4,Nw" htr s,;.timer home on iflitted out of view.
Chapter. Mrs H E Sock r.,ie. s:a:o ,, ha shor iPrresently bo fplt the flutter of wings
pres!-.n:t, has b.'twn. sele.-f i to rep;- 'around his head. and then a pair of
resent 'he in,'res's of th:, chapter. Mr and M"s inhn P .Innes and small feet rested there It was the
1Mrs. Stockbridge wMil: jo"' *ie Sou'h Mr and ..,rc William R Gonzalez ar wren.
Carollua delegate s.--acla."i!:e T.- ;-'ending S p'tembilr in he 10 country. A :no.t vi--rois ptil'ng and tfgging
V. a nt his hair '-.'trayed the purpose of the i
SMrs .John S B ,ard and' sn W'ilian:, enter-:piini little bird. When she had
B. A. JOHNSON MARRIES ef ,-.,terda' for .-lanTa wnore sh, secTrN t w-at she could carry of the
SOUTHERN BRIDE. v;' place .i ,3oung gentleman n wt hr she flew awa-Pear-
The marriage of Mrs Rose Schu- h,)l.sheew awa.-Pear-
rmate Tlogar' to Bioliling Ar'hur Joh-' son's.
fon was cl-.'hra;te, at 'he home ofr M, J 7 1crav., ,,po,-e *,o 'av i
the hr. J 7, Cr-v-. 04-f 1**0 1- I'b C. Te Fsthev of Odessa.
the lr.,I ., Fwr: -n.n:h -rieo:. R \ k 'Ot-, r -nhr:w :or T inn,- ,o ,
Thmrnas H McMchael. presidn-t :' h,. :oin ot her. broth, A Fr'.-h emigr- was the father of
th( MontinlC' -l. anM, a school- Mr R W Cobh and ". i- 1 e away :,'i" hi, I n. Ile was the Due
yrn t., of ti.," c--oon. ,. '.,ip'.IEi Ti-| l Oh r' 'imn de l(;i;-l-l' of the line of the famous
bride IF h. ,iaut:-, ,,t Maor Tho!. cfsrlinn!, who. left France In the trou-
she inehri1 i :r'.nse'v Snoucbhc We had i:t ended "* o'.h '" P'\T.rI -. of O dessa about a century
tas tf and .'-,.'m- .;,-',a "hi m','-h ) ', ." t 1-.,' i, i f-,ind It little better than a
Mr .:bhn .in. v -. : a member i< f t".Ti he ,tdii o' 'n' -i',-.:-. fiv- !-t.., n;dl loft It as it was
the s'aff of o r A cn,; ,an l-. :',rmn: 0i., :;. 0 r It t- c ". C' n Ii..,t,, 1,to a flotrishlg seaport.
PUZZLE ANSWER COUPON .
Answers Must Be Written on This Coupot, Blank. No
Attention Will Be Paid These Not Written On IL No I
Exception to Ihi' Rule.
My answers to the puzzles in The Journal to-day re as follows:
No. 7 __
'-,-w-r Coii-hn*' wac:iz fron,
tAa, not d covered ULtil Tuesda'\
BUL. 'u .~-
In 1s,-i. n;!t; the notinarehy was re-
st,'-.- '. tc:-T I 'ic de Richelieu returned
to 1'i i, 'i'p lnd and became one of
T xAj .'\ I'. i '. ministers. He died In
I%.' i. In (i,essa a statue is erected to
Went-"Irltts In Animals.
V'tr;h.:ir surgeons know, but the
Pr'ri,'' luhlic probably does not. that;
Fo' a'iimal- are as liable to menin-
piti -as are human beings. Goats and
h ,r.z,?.. a,- the pr'nc'pr1l sufferers In the
dumb cre-tlin. an:l frnm them the in-
feo Tio' ir'Avy Ne tta.i;tittel to man.
In horsg* the diiccn-e Is known as "by-
drceeh-'l.',a ncr'-'s" Of horses at-
fected w;t h tIh ,'se,-. 7t "n'r cent die.
and the rer-'.iTpd,- ha' a chronic tend-
ency to relaPse. Lon,!on Globe.
"Ts your son -workug'?" asked th,,
"'N t yet." answered'l Farmer Corn
"Can't n g "'
"'He at.':t s-.'-' -.. with a Job. He
wants a n,. -..):."." X ,l:'u"--'ton Star.
F'ti'.e- ,f Iar.., fi: '.:y -My dear.
:in ': :.: ti:.'., y,,u .. : : " (f i,.:: :,.nrr,- ? I 'nu'..l.'r H ear-
en, I :.:'.'':'t "';,'sght uf anything
elst f,-r yvea.- l!utstr :ed its.
Idlenev-s is ,e burial of living man.-
Special to The Journal.
Chipley, Sept. .-Work on the B C
& St A. railroad commences at once
'in earnest, contracts having been to
day awarded to D. C. Buie and Lpn.
Hays for f've rr'les. eak h.
Mr. L. E M.iler revived a chclck
Saturday for the first freight hau.e
over the B. C. & St. A.
Among -he prominent visitors to th,
city are T. B,. Sale.s. E. L. Vickers, of
Ande-r-ou; and Col. Jesse Walters, ot
Prof. J. B. Lrlr:y. of the Pensaco:a
High Schoo'l whi has been spending
his vacation in Chicago, is vi-siting
his father, Mr J. B. Lockey, Sr., ot
this p ,cC
E. N. I:; in.c maud a business trip to
Grace '.-', .cda; '.a
Dr. F. .'. -',.-er county health of-
ficer, who hst t-e-: F; pending :he su'm-
mer in V\'igie:. *.a: returned, hav-
ing started lmrm,.'l' : -ipon hearing
of the existence of .eloiw fever in
J. K. Peters, the grocer, is movin.-
his stock from the Taarp building to
that formerly occupied by WV. M. Far-'
Buell Cook Issued a warrant today
from a negro named Jeff Williams,
for embezzling a check belonging to.
Hagerman Lumber Co. for $121.00.
A. Hogeboom, representing The'
Pensacola Journal. has been spending
a day with his family.
ODD AND END SALE!
IS FAST DRAWING TO A CLOSE. SO YOU WANT
TO HUSTLE IF YOU WISH TO REAP THE BEN-
$3.50 Ladles' Strap Sandals, all styles, now.................$. 2.27
$2.50 Ladies' Strap Sandals, all styles. now................... $1.96
$3.50 Ladies' Tan Oxfords, all styles, now...................$2.88
2.50 Ladies' Tan or Black Oxfords. all styles, now..............$1.9%
$6.00 Edwin Clapp Oxfords. Tan or Black, now................$4.98
$5.00 Men's Oxfords, all styles .................................$3.94
$4.00 Men's Oxfords, all styles, now ........................$. 3.19
$3.50 Men's Oxfords, a1l styles, now ......................... $2.89
Misses', Children's and Boys' Footwear in same proportion, as our
entire stock of Odds and Ends and Broken Lots Must be Sold, so hurry
along and get your share of the plums.
MEYER SHOE CO.,
102 South Palafox Street.
I\i nThere is muh indignation among
the people of the town because of the-
false report cir'ulate, that yellow
fever existed in Chipley as shown by *
t he signature to the following circu- ]
te\lar: uM i making
A False Report.
To Whom it May Concern:-We,.
the town of Chipley, 11orlda. hereby
certify that there is no yellow fever The
in the town of Chipley, and has not
been, and we brand such report to the Good and Ha
effect that there is or has been *
yellow fever here, as a base, false anl An
malicious lie. Signed:- can
A. D. Carmichael, Prosecuting At- ers
1ST FOR THE DEMOISELLE. torney, Washington county Fla.; J. B.
the decolletage defined with a fancy Farrior, Jr.; Lee Wells, Merchant; F.
embroidery, and the open space niiled F elt. G -ner; W. 0. Biiter, S:.,A 0
in with a lace chemisette, the high Attorney at Law; Buel Cook. Attor MA
collar supported with the usual feath ney at Law; W. M. Kith, Merchant: 0
erbone rods. The sleeve is a full puf W. W. Harvey, Livery: T. L. Wcl.s, : 108110 S.
below to the elbow, where a fitted cuff Merchant; J. J. McGeachev, Mer- *
with two straps of fancy embroidery chant; J. K. Peters. M,,rhait; J.'NJ M.'
meets it. The belt is a stitched s rapI Tuggle: W. D. Pet rs, Barber; Henryl .
of the waist material, a ccr 1Peers: L. Johnson; E. M. Barfield;:
well with the present style that calls id Barfield, Mer(hant: J. J. Wlliams
for a lengthening of the waistline. V.E. Coleman. Merchant; F. A. Brant-:
.y; J. E. Calley, Real EDtate Agent:
.1. C. Sinclair, Liverman; W. H. Rozier i
W. 0. Butler, Jr., Cashier First Na'-
LIFE IN THE UNIVERSE. tonal Bank; A. D. Campbell, Mer-
chant; E. N. Dekle, President FirAt
Cowtt1em w-erie ra In po*e ay Be National Bank; T. D. White, Mer-
Inhabited. chant; A. R. Wells, Stockman; S. A. W
The fact that, so far as we have yet Cook, Merchant; J. H. Williams. Mer-
been ablp to learn, only a very small chant; I. L. Whiddon, Butcher; N. E.
proportion of the visible worlds scat- Coffleld. Butcher; Henry Farrior, City;
tered through space are fitted to be Drug Co.: J. W. McKinnie, Shoemak-
the abode of life does not preclude the er; C. D. Davis; E. S. Cravens: J.
probability that among hundreds of Walter City Marshal. 'J. E. aMinchn;
millions of such worlds a vast number Ed. Standerlre. ssNal Postniaste ; -,
are so fitted. Suqb being the case, all J. Pelt, Merchant; John B. Glenn, Jr. ; '
the analogies of nature lead as to be- W. H. Woodard, Drummer; S. E. M1 COMFORT,
lieve that. whatever the process which Geachey. Mor-hant; A. J. Mcevachv.
led to life upon this earth, whether n T. A. Dekle, A?'t. Cashier First Na-
special act of creative power or a grad- tional Bank; A. Hozehoom. P(p.( 'e- S O
ual course of development, through sacola Journal; .J. R. FarriNr. M. 1).;
that same p" aess does life begin in F'. C. Wilson. M D., Azont tart iboardi
every part of the universe fitted to sus- of Health for Wash;nc -a-, county, Fia ROOMS Wl
tain it. The course of development In- -
rolves a gradal improvement In llv- EFFIGIES AT FUNERALS. specoalI
ing fonma. whifh by Irregular steps
rise higher atn higher In the scale of A Curious Cnstom That WaF Pollow-
being. We have every reason to be- ed In the Olden Day.. Formerly of
li re that thin is the case wherever life At the fune-als of great personigeq,
exists. It is therefore perfectly ren- the old clhrrn cleo toil u1, "nis lively Formerly
so-nable to suppose that beings. not eflizy," dressed to imitate life, was car- --
only animated, but endowed with rea- ried in a chariot before the corpse to
son. Inhabit countle-.s woNds in Space. the fgrnve, then there seot up under a
It would. Indeed, be very Inspiring "hearse"' or a temporary monument n In
could we learn by actual observation the church. Such effigies were often
what forms of society exist through- left in a glass case standing over the
out space and see the members of such vault where the interment had taken 140u
societies enjoying themselves by their place. Some statues were of wood,
warm fireside. But this IF, so far as with heads of plaster. but the more
we can now see. entirely beyond the modern ones were of wax. In the old-
possible ranch of our race. so long as en days laudatory poems or epitaphs
It is confirn-I to a single world.-Pro- were affixed with pins or wax to these
fessor Simon Newcomb in Harper's ho-nres" and were even thrown into)
how is it your clothes always look
That's easy. I berong to the
Pensacola Pressing Club.
,oirm in good shapw and only charz,
,:e one dollar per month. Why don't
onu join" .Just rin; lip Phone C7"5 anf-
:ii- Malco:m RWh t.- your nani'. or
.(, Eutgene Reese at Johnson's stqre.
when you ask her,
HAVE SOME CREAM
WITH ME AT
1IHE KANDY KITCHEN.
She k'to'v..a ~'I'iz
btu;:e wuu't conieoff.
Kandy Kitchen Cafe,
40 S. ?alafox. Phone 999
graves on the coffins In a similar man-
ner to our modern custom of flowers
at a burial. When Skelton, poet laun-
reate to Henry VIII.. "'tok sanctuary
at Westminster to escape the displeas-
ures of the then all powerful Cardinal
Wolsey it is sa!d that he subsisted on
what he earned iby writing epitaphs for
use at funern's in the abbey. Ben
Jonsotns well known epitaph to the
Countess of I'euntir'ke,-
Tnrerneat1' thl s.;al'., hearse
.!r. t! t s' i.- ct .of a!l verse.
S'1 "' sl'-t r. et'.-
was evidently thul attached to her
A DESIRE TO PLEASE.
It tI Als-vyx Appreciated, and In
Iu.innemm It Pays.
There !s nKt!:ng peaile appreolate
more than I li.g served by those who
r ;tily pn." ;. n,. ::nmodating them.
Whlit a c',imf rt. :it a tr!ng- hotel es-
pet'i::y, to. )' r--. 1,y those who
F" "'t, .'::r ,:* < ;, : -. i. who Se nM
t' : X;, r';'':t; : -'t-" : t,::i. lnT, lus feel
at 1; ), '* I r if',: t !.'': There is
Un ..- ... :.y \\x' : I ::1 l,"lp youth
, ,*.). P *'.i t\ y t:< i tl.e ,;ltivation
of tL.s ]i t' to i!',r.-->. tuo -<"c-ommo-
date. It aI'; "::! t-) v,-ry' ody; it cre-
at a K ''~r "'-sis;on.
V:;at a .' -i-.r n arrind a comfort
v. h n t a'i *' .:.' i, -. r',',--dl Iy pleas-
ant:. g, i to tt -.,i ;;'le x o try to
please u: .\A sr;.. i.l.u lent Pull-
nt::-u porI<-r o' a'-n .;s:roys the pleasure
,f a wt:';"' j-"ur-.y ni an train. An
!i;:; u>udet *- .'-:k in a h,,tel office can
ti.::'.' ev.-.-r:.'- y in the, hi;isoe uncom-
fo'-:a:l,!e,. .:lt s, h '-rvice is dear. even
if it co::;l te hii f )r ii t.:i.g.
It is no:i;-ealie' that a hey who al-
ways tr:es to h ,p wl-.frever he can rn'l
to nake ePverylv)dy coalfortabNe, wit
Is n m. ,T:"',,Intn la in ov rythi:ng is
very otl.,ir ,. o rator th:nes tl ing
equnl. most likely to be promoted.-
Feet Furnishers Gor Folks
Home Attractive is
y Good Investment.
e returns are rich in satisfied boys and girls.
handsome Furniture is Necessary.
body can get It on our easy payment plan, and you *
i pay for it wh:!e you're usiint t. He ie*i:;td's, Dress- *
. Chairs. Rocker,. Parlor Sut:s, Rugs, in fact, every-
ng needed for the home. 4
RSTON & QUINA,
Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla.
* 990o90009909 e*0 o******o**. 90990099999
X WELL HOUSE,
tRITE FOR RATES.
LL E. MAXWELL.
- -. ..
ITH RUNNING WATER
F. L. BOWEN, I
Windsor and Ara gon H
AND PRIVATE BATHS
for Table Board.
otels, Jacksonville, Florida.
ntain View Hotel,
Altitude 1500 Feet
ling among the mountains of North
a, scenery and climate unsurpassed.
ul walks and drives, 365 feet of
s, excellent table.
s: $7, $6 and S5 Weekly.
Children Half Price.
ntain View Hotel,
*^py~yg^f I*^ VVi "r 09- 4 r
IF WE HAVE IT, IT IS THE BEST.
GREEN TURTLE SOUP!
One Quart Tins, 85c.
SOMETHING FINE! MADE BY THE FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD
PRESERVES OF ALL KINDS.
ASSORTED FRUIT AND LIMES IN MARASCHINO.
Sol Cahn & Co.
The Pure Food Tlie Store thit Feeds
Store. Phmnes178 and 480 the P [a e.
) I I1IY Is
THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEONESDAY MORNING, SEP.TEMBER 6, 1905
The JournaPs Classified Cash Advertisements
e- iwnt-A- eaow 0wh iaewotle
No advertisement taken for less than 2o.
F"l -- ------ -------I--
Spelial rates by the moe
.~ h. A. A. ~
K&A W&.V I.
WANTED _HELP WANTED
OImION WANTED-By young lady WANTED.-Smart young man able *o
as bookkeeper or stenographer. Al- Influence large orders for well
es1A. L. H, care Journal, known brands of whiskies. Address
"eptlw* with particulars: references anud
terms. W. Hughes, 7 Corps Building,
PLUTOI PLUTOd Preesons Row, Liverpool, England.
4. Keep your system in good condition &sept3t.
4ad you need not fear any disease.
Pluto, Vbe great stomach healer, for WANTED-Lady or gentleman of fair
wholesale and retail, by Ja. education to travel for firm of $250,-
MMe hl. ;000 capital. Salary $1,072 per year,
payable weekly. Expenses advanced.
wANTD.--To rest or buy improve Address GEO G. CLOWS, Pensacola,
plse, not tore than 8 miles north Fla. 5sept2t*
or northwest of Pensacola, with 15 to
2 S6 acres of land in cultivation. as- WANTED.-Trustworthy man to man-
te Hutto, Holts, Fla. 1septlm* age branch office and distributing de-
--- pot for large manufacturer. Salary *o)
WANI' .-To buy a good, gentle start with, $1500 frst year, and extra
tally horse at once. Apply to J. commissions and expenses. Applicant
M. Williams, 405 K. Belmont, or phone must have good references and $1000
W7. 31auglX cash, capital secured. Experience un-
- necessary. Address "'Manufacturer, '
JING & HNUAL, contracting painters 21 West Atwater St., Detroit, Mich.
and decorators. Fine varnishing 3sept.
and anishing. Sign painting a spe-
cit-ty. Residence phone 249. 29aug. WANTED-The people of Pensacola
Mrs. Laura W. Creary will resume to cease worrying. Let The Journal
agency for the Winona mills hislery, Want Ads solve the problem for you.
and solicits*,he patronage of all form- They are exie-: detectives, nnd can
erand cUso the pars. If interested in good fni the man you are looking for if
oSer end postal card and she will he is included in the 25,000 0o 30.000
boiery postal ardand w people whi makesth population o,
call with samples, or phone 147. Pensacola.
r2,augclm WANTED--Servant g;rl at once fr--
WANTED.-You to know that you ca4 general housework. Apply 318 West,
buy nice, clean old papers at rtis Eclnmont street. 6auglm*
eoce cheap. iAny intelligent person may earn a
WANTE.-Everybody to know that good income corresponding for new..
our Blend of Coffee may be imitated P -$ ;no canvassing; experiencee
cr Blend of Coffee may l. New l unnecessary. Send for Partaculars.
bt can'tbeequal ew Orleans Northern Press Syndicate, ocpo:
Gorcery Co. Jas. McHugh, Prop. N. Y. 13june3m
511 .- pb2kw aWANTED -Agents in different coun-
WANT -The public to know that ties in Florida to handle Alpine Safe
we are pioneer Coffe Roasters of and lo-k Co.s Fire and Burgiar Proof
ilorid. New Orleans Grocery Co Safes and Vault Fixtures of every
Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug20 description. Write me for terms.
ROOMERS WANTED at No. 17 West Scarritt Moreno, Pensacola, Fla.. Flo--
laR1ua Street, city. 2auSg6w* ida State Agent. 2SJune.
BAY HOTEL-Open night and day.
WANTED.-The Merchanta Transfer European plan. Rooms eight and
Co. wants your moving and hautin. clean. Transient trade *otleted., 75.
All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thor- 579 South Palafoax. Joe. S. Nicolau,
sea Prop. Phone 978. 18Junelm. prop. 6nov.
We want everybody *o know that we
are wholesale and retail grocers and
still at the old stand. New Orleans
Grocery Co., Jas MMcHugh, Prop.
WAZNTED--Your electric work of all
kinds. Let us clean your fans. re-
p your dynamo, do your wiring, etc.
rbone 670. Pensacola Electric Co.,
4 eerer Intendencia and Baylen streets,
IWM"iAD-Haulin and transt,-r
work. Otce phone 363. Residence
phone 390. Acosta & White, 22-28 N.
WANTED-Orders for The Journat'
FOR SALE-One lot of fine show
cases, especially adapted for mi;
linery purposes or for drug store;
asso one ;ot of counters and fine
Frenc' plate glass mirrors. E. L.
Reese, 118 South Palafox. 2sep
SPLUTO! PLUTO --
Keep your system in good condition
and you need not fear any disease
I luto, the great stomach healer, for
sale. wholesale and retail, by Jas.
FOR SALE-At a sacrfloAe. furniture
Stam ore t- r -
FOR SALE OR RENT.-10 room
house anc 120 acres ot good land
located at Gonzalez, Fla. Either to-
gether or separately. Terms reason-
able. House mEy be rented tempor-
arily. Apply at W. L. Zachrey s of-
flee. 3 sept.
FOR SALE.-Cabin launch 44 ft. long
10 ft. beam. 24 inches draught,!
speed 8 miles hour; 18 H. P. Barber
gasoline engine in g o'! crd *I, .,
seat 40 passengers; sell at sacrifice ':
taken at once. W. A. Smith, 238 W.
Government St. :sauglm
1X)R SALE.-I am Florida State Agent
for Fire and Burglar Proof Safes and
Vault Fixtures of ad descriptions
manufactured by Alpine Safe aul
Lock Company of Cincinnati. Ohio.
Communicate with me for prices and
terms before buying elsewhere. Scar-1
-itt Moreno, Pensacola, Fla.
FOR SALE.-Soda fountain, stock of
confectioneii s and c:,-ars. located
on Palafox street. Can lbe had at bar-
gain if purchasers at one.?. Appy Es-
cambia Rea:iy Co. 15aug.
FOR SALE.-Nice new cottage (4
roorus and hall) between Palal.x
and Ba.vlen streets on Jo dan S,..
near Saunders Mill; easy terms. Ap-
ply rt J. W. West at Saunders Mill.
FOR SALE.-Gld papers only 10 cents
per hundred. Good for wrapping
paper and to put under matting. All
clean and nice. Journal office.
Do you value your health? If so,
use our pure Blend of Coffee "Dewey"
an. "Schly. New Orleans Grocery
Co.. Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug 30
We have been with you in Pensaco-
la since 1874. and still intend to stay
with you and serve you with the best
of groceries at lowest mar-
ket prices. New Orleans Grocery
Co.. Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug20
GROW GINSENG. Large profits.
Room in your garden. Roots for sale,
Write today for literature. Bucking-
ham's Ginseng Garden, Zanesville, 0.
FOR SALE-South ha-f block 211,
fronting 400 feet on 13th street, by
137% feet on Bay Vvew Park; also
south half of block 2t fronting 400
feet on 14th St., by 137!,2 feet on Bay
View Park. The only property adjoin-
ing Bay View Park that is now for
sale. The beautiful view dcwn the
bayou and down the bay can never be
obstructed A. V. Ci.bbs. 30jly
FOR SALE.-Upright piano almost
new; high grade; cheap for casq.
Address C., P. 0. Box 393.
k OR SALE.-My residence on East
Hill, either including whole block
of twenty lots 40x137 1-2 feet each or
quarter block of five lots. Apply at
my office, Thiesen Building for furtri-
cr particulars. C. W. Hagerman.
FOR SALE OR RENT.-New 7-room
house at Goulding; large yard,
shade trees, near railroad, fifty feet.
well and outhouses. A good bargain.
Apply to postmaster, Goulding Fla.
22 aug3w* __ -
FOR SALE-Secoind-hand casn regis-.
ter in perfect condition. Will sal
cash or or, time. A. real bargain. Can
be seen at James McHugh's. 22mea
FOR SALE-Goud paying grocery,
cheap rent store, living rqoms in
connection. Store doing good cash
business. Household furniture also
icr sale. Reas'.us for selling, am leave.
inm city on account of sickness. Tele-
phone 1064. 11auglw*
FOR SALE-Beautiful block in New
City. Tract No. 312. For cash $600.
Apply to A. M. McMillan, Court Housa.
GO TO TIURTON for all sIsea iIma
WE ARE. STILL
doing business at 20414 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 let us collect
Everything in the real estate busi-
ness receives prompt attention.
U %%- LESLIE E. B
We san sell you or sell for you prop-
erty in all parts of the city. Loans
made without delay upon good real FOR RE -
estate and other security.
Rents collected and remitte:l FIR RENT.-New 6 room
promptly. We charge but 5 per cont. bath, on East Hill car
Fire and life insurance. Some of our at once. Phone 285.
companies 100 years old.
-- FOR RENT.-Or sale a new 5 room
YOUR BUSINESS SOLICTED.. house, near car line on Little Bayou.
--- Phillip Hannah, Little Bavou.
L. S. BROW N & C FOR RENT.-12 room acse, corner
liayvne and Wright stre-ts. Apply
2)0 Theien Bd'g W. S. Garfield. 27aug.
We have about Five Thousand Dollars to loan in amounts of Five
Hundred Dollars and up, at 7 ad 8 per cent interest.
FOR SALE I
$600-One-story dwe'lin; on corner lot on East HiUl. rents at $96 year.
$850-Comfortable cotage on West Main streeT. desirable locality wi:h
$1200--''went3 acres of land withe one-story co 'aze at isrent's s:a-
$6000--Desrable piece of property with lot S'xli'0 feet near Palakox
street, renting at $S00 a year. if so:l at onre.
$2250-Large ore story dweilin- on North lia.n: street.
$240---Two-story dwelling on Wright street., xce'lent neighborhood
$3750-Two-story dweling on North Hill if solid at once.
$750-Three very desirable building lots on Ea-t Hill, cxceilent neigh-
$325-Desirable lot on East lill. 69x110 feet. :f sold at once.
Other desrab:e building lots oa East Hill ranging from $150 up, ow-
ing to location.
One of the prettiest building lots on des:rabie ,c<,rner on North
Hill, with Southern exposure, 1S7 teeth by 1,) feet, nm:ist
be sold at once ... ..... .......... .............. 0
Thos. C. Watson & Co
-- FOR RENT.--Smat farm 1 block L1 |- LEADING REAL ESTATE, RIENIAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
"WE SELL LOTS" side city limits on county harl Cor. Palafox and Garden Streets.
road, w ith six room hou r,,; w ind m i l; Cor. Pa__ _ _ and _GardenStreet&.
.- ---- water pipes in yard and all through
FOR SALE hou s. Rent reasonable. Apply W. ---- .....
McCle'lan, at First National Bank, rl DT
FOR SALF--One Cho ce block on top Pensacola. 26auglnP r e0165D10111 irectOry. D k R E C TO R Y
of the ridge eabt of the electric Fr) RENT.-3 rooms at 400 W. Gar -
railway, between 7th and 8th stret den St. 13auglw* DR. R. G. BUCKNER, CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL
Nature has favored this section and it d -- .- There w;i be a meeang of this
cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs. FOR RENT-Lorraine House, corner SPECIALIST body o he fir :t and mt d f,'ed .
S SA l-rom house. corner Han and Belmont street Apply EYE, EAR NOSE AND THROAT. days of each onth at 7 m All
S.iGarfield.OOffice A7atpt. Palafox St.. m. Apr
lot, 3 blocks from Palafox, lot W. S. Garfield. 12jul Offie Hors: to 1 aid 3 to 5. 'de aes aero leueted to E a pr
192 on car dne. For particulars li-. FOR HENI1-New five-room cottage OW.tenL. D. W. ROBERTS.
quire of Standard Clothing Co. I on cat line. crner 1th street an AT Preident
2 th avenue. Inquire at Turton's Phota' PATTI LLO CAMrD.LL Secretary.
FOR SALE CHEAP-My three-year- gallery. 12ju'y AttorneyatLaw. ensaco o o
old Berkshire herd toar, Duke jf -- L1 3. K. of r
Florida, No. 68,923. Also some fineFOR RENT.-Re.sidenceH Itely o> Room 405 Thiesen Building. i met every loUnay evening at 9:4
young pigs. I six-montfls-old boar, all cupled by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. Ill W. O'clock at tr,,ir Castle Hall. Blou m
registered and transferred. Carl Set- LaRua street. Apply to R. M. Cary, THO PEBLEY, 5a A tr tbul V ri.ineg brtrlfox d
terind, Chlpley, Fla. 18Jy 43 S. Palafox street. June rHOS. PEGLEY, .Garden street.. Visiting brethrn cor-
terind. Chmpley, Ffisiv y S- LAW. REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND dally welcome -
FOR SAI--Kill the germs of fever- FOR RENT-Twenty-room house, cor. J. H. BREWPON, a 0. .
ora~cr a barrel of slack lime to-day. ner Barracks and Zarragossa street. COLLECTIONS H. HORSLEk. K. of R. A &a
Phone 367. 4auglm Suitable for boarding house. Apply PALAFOX AND ROMANA.
CHICKEN WHEAT produces ogg, to Mrs. M. J. Moreno, 216 East Zari.; PHONE 559. Rathbone Lodge Na
Makes fowls especially well flavored, gossa. 26m:ft . .......-..... 30 K. of P., meos every
The cheapest food to he found. F. S. I P. STOKES T1rsday evening at i:00
MeP!en & Co., Phone 334. locon y t tt U Jo'tlhoc thrd loor, Cstr.
Money to Loan,- AttorneyandCounsSllwoat Law rh o, third uoordBlnouth.
-- ^-' ^------ ---,-^08 WEtaot buldingS atottet
Miscellaneous DO YOU WANt to borrow money in 108 East Government Street. wewt corner Pal~a~t. ad
amounts from $500.00 up? We hav. .......General Law Practice. Garden stteets VsilUng kaihta are
HORSES AND MULES. $10,000.00 ro loan at 7 and 8 per cet cordially weicovied
HORSEMS AND MMPLDS-Turton & interest. Thos. C. Watson & Co. 6aug GEORGE DOUVILLE, Ley B. CERT. of .
McMillan will leave in a lew days ATTO AT AW C. J. Levy, K. of R. & &
for Tennessee, where they will pur- MO:EY rTO U i D-Ua good rea Roc 5 Then d 734. Knights of Columb
chase a car load of Tennessee horses tate security, or on good collate Rocm 500 Thiescn B'Id. hone 734 Knights ofeColumbs o
and mules, which will be on sale on at lowest rates. Leslie B. Broo ... Knights of Columb
September 7. Wait for the arrival Fisher building. ja. W EMLSH & SMITH, are hld at their lb
of this stork. ,- 29 aug I
PI IANO 0 NING. ONZ Ao o 'an: an a DENTISTS. No 8West tend.
I worked at this 14 years in Mobile. ,wk, ore ronly. Whea opaau n Fisher Building, 204V1/ South Palafox Monday evening a
Ala. I will satisfy you in price an y, e m. A. Wl Street. 7:30 o'clock. A, 4n.
quality of work. J. Conrad Scott, 244m Governe ment tr. alisbury bulil2ing PHONE 525 vitation is extes-
East Gregory St. Pensacola. room v 2deo P to visiting Knights.
29auglm* J O rj l f F JOHN B. JON=.R
Old newspapers arer ood for many MONGn LOANa i on goo4 real .! R. JNO. B. TILLER, EDM. FOX. Grand Kngt
things. You can get lots of them secu rity I a amount. a DentRecorder.
cheap by calling at this office. 3&0i &- C RcNode.e t.
cheiap by MAIL his-(ood Lofice. !aug20. Room 8, Brent Builoing. Phone, 86. Penshac Lodge IONo.4, 1. o. 00,
EtjOUjtjt MAIL LlAN--ood convey-i __ Pensacola Lodge No. 4. I
ance for traveling public. Daily ser. MONEY LOANED on ai kinds of pe1- meets every a Thursday vel 1. 0.
vice each way. rrom Chipley to Bay-. Boahl property on short notice L. C. PHILLmeePSr at the new hall on Wesgt r:8
head. Address J. M. Tdggle, Chipley. Term easy J. W Bullard. pstalrs HOMEOPATHISTr. street. Visitligs brethren' eordiaI7
Fla. 4mc 28 outh Palafo St., hon o 1144 Office at No. 7% 8. Palafox; Bloual invited. T. G. STINSON,
REAL ESTAT no Building B. R WITKOVSKI, Sece *y.
REAL ESTATE In all parts of et* UNLIUM1TD am tuu or money to ioan Office Hours-8:30 to 11 a. m., RandEBEKAH SiTR
You buy the ground and we will on all kinds of personal property. 2 to 5 p.u. REBF.KAM SISTERa
build your house on long time pay. Bpeclai rates to business man on large ResidJnce, 10 North Palafox. Phone ateromi 3eedever. 10. Rebenday
mn*, D. Hale Wilson & 06 loan& The New York Lo"a Co., 204 65-two rings. Ofce Phone 6. ocets every Monday ht a
TAILORING"-B L. Dialmond, Talor. South Palafal. Sundays-Subject to calL sisters cordially ned0. 0. F. a. V
Oent's clothing cleaned, pressed and en MISS NorITA Ml .'J -
:epaired on short otics. No. 11[ %sh aln's PawnShso.MISSMAps MI FRETMAN. M e er
West Government t, Pensacola. 402 S. PALAFOX ST. F.M. WILLIAMS, MMMAN
Idea MONET TO LOAN ON DIAMOND, CONTRACT OR AND BUILDER, I M. E. B. A. No. 81 meets flrst a
FOR ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY Watches, Chains, Rlngs and all kinds Office. Brosnaham building, next hird Wednesday evening at 7 .
CENTS per head. we will haul out of collateral security at lowest rate of to Pensacola Business College. third Wednesa event 7 30
dead horses, cows, etO. Leave orders interest Bargains la unredeemed Prompt attention always given ; i., Rafford Hall. No. 10 Westm Iae
t. 136 Bast Interdencla. Herring, rledge to business. Pen.acol. la. F. I dencia Stree.
Bros. eb ft nnn to loan, in amounts of j. L, SWZENYE. Sec.
AILMAKER., I UUUU $500.00 and up at 7 and 8 -A Fer.
-- ------- ---3 -.41-16- saia f-goU o. er-ent.intres. Ti-s. _._atsn, LT.U.FUNIS
Cameras.loaded and nl-, .--.- H. PORTER, sallmaker, 716 South per Cent. interest. Thos. C. Watson, LET US FURNISH
Cameras loaded and unloaded e Falafol street. Orders taken for Coau
er- ......... 2 years a cots. etc. Prlees reasonable. l3au -
or. 18Jancats. ec. Found ICE CREAMJ
WALL TINTS by experts; results Found ICE CREAM
guaranteed. Fairchild and Rice. Phone LOST FOUND.-One black ox branded J. H.,
S_ l_ 1julylrm IST.-A Bull Terrier pup in neig.- marked with a crop and s-plit and u-i-
FOR SALE.-Two pair extra fine borhood of 10th avenue and Gregory der bit in one ear and over square in -.
young mules, sound and in good street; return to 417 W. Gregory S:. o:her. Owner can obtain same by ap- *Bsso s. Ice ream FacTory
1...4" *4 -_ 1 ..-- .. ,, 1 - .. in... P D 'V.n s1rz Tl
scia ensacoa anama aal w *a C at condition. Also one 2-horse Stude- and no questions yill be asked. plying tou . onzaez, a, -a
ijtlom which will shortly appear. 1-140 E Intendenca. aUs baker wagon.,W. S. Garfield. 4June. 5sept. 25auglm* PHONE No. 1104.
Will certain half-tone pictures of city. o-nerZarragossa and Tarragona St
brbo? and special scenes 15 cents.... -- --- -..- CREAM DELIVERED IN ANY
Le*eve r"rs at J.ournoalca -CRM QUANTITY.EE IAY
and eatten seed meal acks. Out o .
towe shipments solicited. Write us "
r. M lRIST AND CORN MEAL MILL
A. .L BINGHAM wants your moving M. i. GONALEZ & CO, Props.
ad hauling. He guarsatees all break Manufa urers
.| YOU ARE LEA /VING T HE11 EITY tE hm
hold Arutcles. Jewelry and any sal. Buy your e and stur ec from
able Articiaewanted. We pMycasb .omemn u cure e
for it Address P. o. Box ss City. Let us attend to the collection of your RENTS. We intend to I m. adst
for it. 0ddress P. 0. BOX 3&3. City. .orTei a.n ea re noe
THLE RENTAL BUSINcSEtis oor stick by the post of our duty and make the interest of our city.
specialty and your business will
Board and Rooms. worth as mruch to-day as It ever was. We offer BENNIE EDMUNDSON'S
WANTED.-A ood man who can run
typewriter and do off-e work. Ap- A Mice Investment, Corner House on 7th Avenue, rents for $7 2 LAUNCHES
sept onceTos tn & Co p month, house in first-class condition, .
WANTED-A few boarders in private CUPD, RORT. L. E., NANCY AND4
andi; ,eoenS to rarod A Six-Room House on East Belmont street, a nice home, at 1 EDNA S..
(ad on ,treez car iine. large rooms,,
phone. Address D. C. of, care Jou-d Money at the lowest market rates of Interest on Improved or an bechar b th d or
ZaL. 24auglm Vacant real estate. week. Terrs, reasonable.
DOARDERS WANTED.-By day. we ak FE A Fishing Tackle and Cooking Uten-
or month. Dining room just re-ope-n. I i FISLP R EA KS TA TK A S 'N Y sils furnished f desle.
(. Table good and terms reasonable. r E
Mrs. Dora Donaldso .226 N. Alcaniz. PHONE .E
SUn 2w* to 206 South Palafox Street. Phone 87.
"emor saythag els to"e :- CAPT. BEHIEEiiDO
s&Mr. wiln lad The Jo uralWa C AT BENIE EOWIa DSN
Am 0pVV b"b OW It i 6 6 NEI.
SLve Oak Camp No. 1 W. 0. W,
meets in Pythian HallI ,t and 3rd
Wednesday in each monti. Vultiug
soverelgu a cotdlaily Inrlte.
F. A. pO(:Hr7f. C. C
LESLIE E. BROOKo,. Clerk.
w. o w ---
W. 0. W. C., Oak Grve, No. 4,
Woodmen Circle meets 'cery Ti'urs-
day evening 3:30, third floor Bionat
W~htsRn building, southwest corner
Palafox and Girden s rre,,. V:sitlng
sovereigns corrla!!y invit-'J. Mrs. W.
A. Smith, Clerk; Mrs. M. B. OIsen,
Pensacls, Si. Andrews and
slff Steamship Ce.
STEA MfR TARPON
W. G. BARROW, Master.
FIRST-CLAbS l'A.r..N:' AND
pr.NSACOLA, MOBILE, APALACHI.
COLA, CARRABELLE, ST. AM.
And all points on St. Andrews
Carrabe'le and Apalawhc1la,I
Leave Per.., ola .-Aundav, S:3
m., tor 31o'jle. Ala.
Leave Peasacula, Tuesday. 8:30 y
min., for S.. A .A .'.s, M iliv.ie, ,Ap-
lac-icola, Carraje!.e and iutf.-mediMlg
For add'ilonal ;fo-ma:.on apply S
J P,. SAUlrDEa
E. R. COBB. Pr s.dA
Gen. F:t. an,! "a.-. S;
W B. WRi"HT 100
and Dealers In
LUMBER. LATHS. SAWED CYPRE-
SHINGLES AND KILN-
You're Never Glad to See
Nobody Ever Is. Why Not Get
Along Without Him?
We' helped others and can help you. Buy a home
We can show you some you'll be glad
"To Have and to Hold."
Pensacola Investment Co.
A. .E L W'A W7Eay Imag
W. LE WWW,1 4 eset LML SMrSON, Secata y.
L. L SeTANhA, VAfm. sOa G. UMtrt. PnWLS ErER, Treuarer.
215 Sowth Palalfx Street, Pensacola, Florida.
I -' M M
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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDN90UAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 1g90
A D~fwgs Worth for aSl
if be lhis a io Che F4
1-o-ii lb i n
#! I (,- :,.;our
A' aine' anua hv
vy ; r t . 'l
Th .a- i- lii
pfa"' r') ' -
fw :" non' :.. r .-
want and ,t,'' b- .
Real estate, tranfe-c f or hlr week
on ;ing Sep:'.-w mber 2 i:,'-.. furnisbet J
:y L. S. Br,>n & Co:
Johr F. Baume P 'r 'ro Ol.'vr Whi''
and H A. Br.*:a'ia'i!. .i:-',s in N\\
4 4 N0. S T : . 1 .Mayor Bliss Sets Apart that Day
$! 7.5 o0.
L. E. BrOo'.I.R .1 D. W r . *t'-.1
2 nnl -'3. 11-1k t, N-x ('' ta, $0.
a rid (AI ofrC0h- ~r co -a It n
H. Byrd, NV. T C I~
man. a,.: W. C 'ou>.'~o~.
Hr. Ni ,t: .4,:,, 'a ii ?I%1-: torn-i
'of SE-14 -:'N. S-.1* 4:- -i:. ~N-.It
1 ar-i tor "':. 1.rvAmy.'.
j re> alo 1 ., 11,:0(1. 1 1.
.,:. t .4 a tonig S- It'un si or.
(ha 5:. V, 1:.t.enc w(:2h 177
~. ~*e-..* 2 nrc,- r! '" t177 t
-)t.n,, fl !t -in.'n::n V, '00 44N'
p Ft0Kni C'r Qoi- n and A.'slic-C~aion-' n
La .r op. 7. tt .ea s: C I .5to
lite :111'l, 1. XWa*,e"r Ynt. $4414
an-i f), ,e: c -n -. 'e7 a-ionn .
nd Bob" S:a:-, of Florida to) C. L. Wiggzin>-.
afoL ali "1tra L: Sue. 25. 'Pp-. 6.N. iR
R. .1. Fi>.ia~im ,o J.1 i.,Grace. S',, 4,1
4 Sr 'I p 2 N. It :32 W., :
1.4 f'. W. f:( .1. ie :,..!( I on A,
Be u, or.. !n iain .-.: -, to 1 e,
"14k I. i R ho.nzWe-- (4 L.& N
cf ftainctun a h1.
114. L. &- N rqio
Life ra !i a A i.( ne r-r
u . i;\ .: LT: i -) CIO f f
1 !i.-'- .e : "i ?>. *"!'i o l". I. Be'f
t...,li.l h .: .' i- Ct'. Corrpo t.ui n
of Gra i: ii: i: Go :Z ].. t' 7+ :7.-.
Con ,:; ;' . 'F ,!a. 1''
o a' ;.: o; Painmes G;;nt, ;ia-o IFactory,
S,-r'rice S. ai- F. iowe, Paula
Sel.a:s and lrh.n '. BPi-h. ILouise S.
and Geo. W. Ho ,vc. Grace Sella-s
Bierck lo Mrs. Ma;:ie A. Smith. W.
82 ft. lot. 1 and 2. hik. 70. Belmont
Tract, $1700. 0.
Alice W. Herman to B13 C. Duvral,
lots I and 2. iolock 201, Maxent Tract.
$1.00 and other considerations.
Magdeline Hanlv to Leslie E.
Brooks, Wcst I. ,.f 1:" 58, block 22.
Old City. $54 '' 'It.
William R. L1ica- to T. C. Chalker.
W. i- of SW' o. SEEL4. See. 4. Tp. _2
N. R. 32 W., $2.5.0o.
F. T. Martin to Lu!a Mizaner. all
of lot 49, S. S f:. o( :. :,I and south
106 ft. of lots 50 and t 7 of Htr:'. t,'..
sub-division of oI's 4. 2.32, and ;. il
Sec. 5, Tp. 2 S. R. 30 W. of Pabh'o
Palmes Grant. $90ot 0.
McMilan Mill Co., to M. 0. Barnes.
NE'4 of SW'4, Sec. 4, rp. i. N. R. 32
Z. Nelson to W. L. Enterkins., NW1,
Sec. 2. Tp. 2 N. R. 32 W.. $4>,.41.1
E. W. Pettersen to Salic E. 'um-r
mings. lot frn'-Inc -.;' ft. on Bayui
Chico. Maxer Trart, $1.00 and ot'h it
A.eo Rehfe-Id *o E R. BurrovTie
1. in't rerr ; In E1 '- SO f:. of tI 13 an-l
E ,0 ft. of N. 'I, f:. o; 14, blk. 6, Bel
nmn:., Tra.pt ,t7.'-,0.,ot.
Same 0o Sn,'1. ai ineres* in west
47 '; lV 13. .i 5 4. f'. :): 1 41 bli;
+ n, Ie:,mo.t Tra"'-t. $l .00.
I'ni'odl St' o.f A.'m,:ia to Z. Ni I
son. h,:res:' D.i \ '-V , .,,,. 2. Tp. 2
N. R :: W
\\:.m ':; ne Co l.aiwrene Whir,.
I1. h> 10' f. :n S^-. S, Tp. 3. N. i.1
3. 4. '4 6 f"
T. ( \V3a:>,-:n m;y At'orney to .7as. ''
McHugh. i'r : and 2 ,iik. 7t. No ,"
ClV.P. $'' r n1 oth( r consider,
S:',;oh W iliams 1'ornisher BInnk-
Mar F. and G- o. Vhi- :n .T. F. Dn-
wody. .. 2, So. 14 Tp 1. R 29 W
w' 'no: V.'!a :,ilan o, .1
". V ; T,,'1. ,, .
V, C\ ,
1 '::a .. 0'.-T '-
I'. l '1 ' ,', ,
0 : *. ; .. N t '" ,2 a,' .
A SUN BAT H.
ft uI a Potrn l-F.'n-tor In the Cure of
m:: :. ;re v th' suni'-
A -';. habi' is n ',:ot ].'1teo:t factor
:Ti >* 10' nrc f i'.o '3 -. A f 'r ,.'.'.'
i n t ta> .If#- i
r;:,- o ih. 't .,Iu ''n i:'. i:e. t n li tIm !
-1;: :r f,)r- I .n:-' u at n 1Itn wtlih great
'I" ,.**lt. 1'ut :w' !i';, t III^ expvtiulro s- >,',!!.-
I'. ,>*" '"IT rE f 'v I";.i:nt,-" durn 't,.1 :.
i: n'.'. I'hte' sh.iort "',r''d Ihov-
S", 1. w ,; t' :'.'A"'; sor, rn! t.;; e ,
S, The b1rt rr::it< :nr,' obh ined 1,y
e '" th l.;:-e -kin of t!h 1 t ;-
b,; '. xce;: theo lh'd' to t' (7 ,r.-,t
r. of the s-ni CIOnte iientl'y a Cot
]ln.-d 4 in tI-e -w w!viod, n !f :u upper
cl.1:a:il'er is !:' idraln I't.' f ,r n sa ,
t i';. ;irr',,l that T'i an:r in the cham-
ler is .e in. i+ly fresh an ,! pure.
To 0lt on t'e p rT-h In the suu is very
benfle'al, even if one must 1Ie so
warily wmrappIl up as to make It dif-
ficult for the snn's rays to penetrate to
TI lie on the grass In the sun Is bet
ter stil--on the grars with only a blan-
k: between the invalid and the heal
ir.: powers of mother enr'h.
The pntiet's leai shbo.ild nt be ex-
posed to tie direct rays of the sun in
any case. and a sunm hbthl should le
followed by a cool sponge hath whvbi
possible.- M.""ar't' Tal -nan.
Read The Journal's Want Ads.
Outfitter to Men a
205o207 S. Pal
First We Lead th
Umen e the
bIt nMw It Is
A triadl of
w*ll convince you of Its
amRUSS and number you
among its many friends
For Sale by
No twc men look alike.
Is it rcason.P-^- then. to sup-
pose that :-,e same rtyle Hat
wi;l be equ,.'y brt om!-g to ail
mer' Wt arc inc'ined to think
rat. )e goc 'on the suppos -
t.cr that the
GREATER THE VARIETY
C' shapes. vdfs cf ms.
g -ts ocf Crc,~"s 'id co'-
0 -g*. "-e s-?et*- w:1 be th
Acco-a '-''. cw p-esct -
greatest \." *t c' Sp'-irg Hts
tc be seeC n Pe-1s'cia,
i: e t "C s a ''*-.p s. CCio -
inns and' pro? t c'- -'m tie
consef'vst \.' sn.,4 s to '-e latest:
In yeurg "e" s snarp) sty;e.,
Prices, 50c to S3.5.
IF YOL SL'Y FOR LESS ELSE.
WHERE. YOU'LL GET
LESS-THAT S ALL.
H. 0. ANSON
Cor. Main and Palafox Sts.
For Fumigation of All Houses
and Stores By Residents
Mayor I8I '.- h.< :-.su,'d the follow
To the Public:
\h;:. :, :- no a, odnmic of ycl-
,w v, e ; '.:-a.,.:.. a',,I whioe
:',* i '",,:. :,;" an- ep tlen"-
a . c l, in coa fronts
If ;+I ,. p p ', e)o r;i'. \vith the
S'Yns; i;!,',d i .h.i".': ",: ritijes, the
r \. i O i ; i liti amp-
I 0 1 anci a 'i(- .),a ,, :. l,..:r s cin-
ditions be re-utm(, I in Octob-r'.
If. on (h. trh r i hind. people per-
t in iispr,-li;ing the authorities
,in por.;. ; n : .i!ng f'tt- sway ;o 0 h1.
yellow fkt.,r nin-'r :r. T-en WP shall
prba)l li hav fe' : in'il ; D cenmber'
Now wha' iT i ho y .s of Pen-
'aon.a v.--arw .
Vha Ot ,t caz ) :I I i, .- result
from' i '-1 :,. ;- :o : au; hori:ies.:
W hatV i harln calll. .. ;;.. :t (done
.' e.vii ,c : .I ,m vo' r .' ,-'ane-' .
A man v. p ;:s, !1 :,':ng lup
,.' opposri .1 t ( ,i -nic ;ic' anld aw i?
. dangtro r < z',ii: ti in the colm-
A mafiln who ol'ys se'.nce and law'
i a a a'r:t'.
T'o which (-:ass tio you belong?
I Bl 'lll citizen ,,) first pro-
.'.- rThir to('.n ilOni's b y killing all
-] f;r::"i<'s a'.ld t-) continue the
pro:t':i'!.,n '.o.v screening as far as
I fur:hor c,.li uripn hIi entire city
' set "ap1" Fr;da y afternoon ro
c-ose a': s, orz. 'ilc 'i- and places of
husinr'< anId a'. bniid'ngs, and to
nak*' them all as air 'Ih 'as practice -
abIe an., to hb'in rhoroughly fumigate
t;hm w tb 5u'ph'i:-.
All plact- .s-i ill be fumigated as
early and a% soon as possible, but I
set apart Fr'riay afternoon as a time
for conceroti action.
To kiti 'he mosquitoes means a re-i
gumption f 'lri-ine-;s anl a return to;
normal pr:,-;'roriv. to say nc
eradicaTin :thl, fever.
,et citiz,'s tinire in th
CHAS. H. BI
TO THE PUB
To introduce my
Old Hickory Whis
I will give wvi h very
quart bIott l a filn! Io't:le
Port cr Catawba
has given us a reputation
for turning out
Better let us call for your
bundle. If you do you
will get laundry sa i.efac-
Ihe Star Steam
37 E. Garden St. Phone 114.
SGulf City M. rrt
Baylen and Intendencia.
W. H. Fillingim, Proprietor
MEATS AND VEGETABLES. POUL
TRY AND GAME If' SEASON.
PHIL JONES, MANAGER
McMillan Bros. Co.
Naval Stores Market.
Savannah, Ga., Sept. 5.-The naval
stores LmarKet closts-d to-day ;s ifot-
\VW ...... . .......... 5 40 i
WG ............. .. ...... 4 95
N ........ .............. 4 5
M. .. ...... .............. 4 40
K ... . . .. .. ............. 4 3
I ............. .. ...... ..... 4 '10
S. .. . . .. .... .......... 4
G .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 4 15
F......... .... .. .. .... 4 l10
E.. ... .. .. ..... ... .. ..... 3 9)
D.. .. . ...... ..... ... .. 3 65
C .. .. .. .. .. ... ............ 3 35
Spi-its Turpentine, 62 cents.
Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar
N-r. bR. Mageilutw. Capt Mailer.
Gr. s,;. Hohenfle~d. Capt. Felduran.
Br. ss. Mariner. Capt. Mitt!. from
An.st. ss. L'idovic-o, Chcrnbr~n from
VESLS% -Sir. S!ORT.
Au: -ust Biknion-,. Br s.~ Barnes,
1,,,") .1 Pr ;-. 8:-wn, I T. Sa
t it- r. -W m S
I ti',Br s-., Lorr:son, l2'S. V, ar
.1. A. N).!.2.' C O.
(h(:por: to F. UiI.~ & Co.
B 9 ~K:;n~a~h ,, 1lI4ers. 2321.1
L loV~ k~ i V 3U'1': t LCo.
J~Ait, %F, Airarv, (VI, ,
N(*. U?: .ean.; tjLi co:, Li'iI's.T Co.
~ir~n'ioV Pr s.TI~-~. 19 1) ,
S~ii~lor~an4i to 1. A. :t. & Co.
&p ~aDIal . (;uz~ia% no, 2 07 3.
Gu:fpjort to .1 .A. -i r:-it! & Co.
Kaiser Ger sl:p Martin 1180, Bre-
nmoii o Master.
Fiery Cro.s,.. Nor bk, C:aussen. 1399,
(',rk to master.
Garibadli. Ital hk, Ageno, 1348,
Glou(cester to order.
Huason, Nor bk, Knud-en, 771, Lon-
don 'o order.
Santa Baro)'a, Port bk, Carreia,
603, Oporto to H. Baars & Co.
Donna Christina, Am s ah, Axelsen,
1I'5. 13 lize to master.
Hjanmar. .Am sc, Axels-n, 55, Key
Wi,',s t;.o Gulf Transit Co.
Noas,. Rus sch, Sneeleo, 333, Glou-
ce.-('r t,) Ma. o( r.
FEEL IMPENDING DOOM.
The f eling of impc'nd:n fl oom in
the minds of many victims of Ir' it's
dis tie and di::b(tes ha; l
ri\ ,'.l from tak.in- V'o01'.-'s Kilne.,y
C'uro It will c iur i, inc p:ent ili'ht
:!n)ietes an. evon in h, worst caseo
gives comfort and relief Sliiht iJs
orders are cured in a f-w lay'. "I
hal diabetes in i'. wo;'st :orm.'" write;.
Mar:on Lee of Dun:'ath. Ind. "I
r,;ie eight phsici'.ns with r,,!io f. Only
thrie bottles of Foley's Kidnr'v Cuire
made me a well man." W. A.
I)'Alcmberte, Druggist andl Apothe
thing of Honey and Tar as a throat and lung LAUNDRY NOTICE.
remedy, and on account of the great Ow!ng to the scarcity )t collect
Se good merit and popularity of Foley's Hon- and the abe-nce of Mr. Walker
ISS' | ey and Tar many imitations are of- rah:.m from the city, it is neces-ar
layor. fercd for th, genuine. These worth- piaI,. fro businos ,on a aisn(t bI
less imitations have similar sounding ; Monthly customers a"e h' 'ehy
names. Beware of them. The gen flelt that mtioney must he t'le"' at h,
IC I uine Foley's Honey and Tar is in a ton pay udiivery man. or ia(c.iaze
L fuse any substitute. It is the best STAR LAUNDRY.
remedy for coughs and colds. W. A Ssept 1w By H. J. Ma.:i'.
D'Alemberte, Drngglst and Apothecary
NOTiCE. B. L. Gladden has be)( empl
U ontil further notice my store will as col(r'or by us and his r'ece.pts
$1.00 Ie open from 7:30 a. min. until 5 p. m be recognized 1)i i us.
'of 5,septlw I,AZ JACOBY. THO()S. (i WATSON &
i e _* -
Four bottles HY-LO
'' livcrd 'o rany a:-t of West
12 WV-st Zarragossa Street.
THE COLY TRUSTWORTHY SUBSTI-
TUTE FOR OATS ON THE MARKET.
Composed of Cori.. Oats.
Barley. Linseed MeAl. and
Molasses. It's pure good-
ness. Each of the ihgredi-
ent.h kas its speciall function
and a.s proortioned in this
combination make a perfect
feed fcr liorscs and mules.
It prove idcsabundant energy
and replenishes muscular
waste at low cost. It devel-
ops speed, prolongs' endur-
ance and promotes thrift.
SOL IN THIS CITY Y
F. S. MELLEI & CO.
What Makes the Mare o?
A famous little book tellin of
facts not generally known. Free
for justheasking. Sand for it.
THE TOOTHBRUSH TREE.
An Accommodating Little Plant That
Growr Only In Jamaien.
The toothbrush was brown, brown
alike In handle and bristles, and its
shupe wns uncouth.
"It is a homemade article," said its
owner. "It grew on a little tree, a
toothbrush tree. They have a tooth-
brush tree in Jamaica. As we go out
and pluck a peach or a pear. so the
Janmican goes out and plucks a tooth-
"Literally, of course, he doesn't pluck
a toothbrush. He cuts off a twig and
ravels out one end into bristles. The
wo-)d. you see, is somewhat sapona-
cecous. like slippery elm, and It has an
aromatic flavor like dentifrice. It
mines a toothbrush of good quality.
"The bark of thi-s singulnr tree is
often ground Into tooth powder. Here
Is a box of the ground bark. It smells
good. doesn't It? Though it makes no
lather, it keeps the teeth very white.
'.tJnmnica Is undoubtedly the only
country In the world where you (enl
co out and pluck not only your tooth-
rush.l, but your (IenIfrice, from a
Bnried In Wax.
King Edward I. ,if England died
July 7. 1307. nnd 40io yoars later the
1:ni:s!ih Society of Antilunrians opened
his tomb in order to find out If he
really had been hurled In wax. ns the
legend rnn. The chronicler of the time
, remark-s. "To their great astonish-
ment. they tound the ra'al corpse to
appear as represented by the hIsto-
rina." Althloigh "the skull appeare.l
'are. the face andt hands! seemed per-
fectly ontir'." The k-ing was found to
tb six feet two In-'hes in length, thus
fully justifying his nickname of Long-
Wanted Her .Money's Worth.
3imet. I'nrvonu--(n1 I got you and
your orchestra to play at my soiree
next Thursday night?
Mme. Parvenu-Well, you may con-
sider yourself engaged. But I want to
make arrangements to hire you by the
piece. Do you understand? The last
time I engaged you by the hour, and
your men took advantage of It and
played slow, soft things most of the
Fifter'n cents pir diozxcn n '.;,
emip)iy i v B-.)so 1 t ,'s at Ni,-k's
The 'n(!dlng ='rowd.
One thing that nu,,., s ani humili-
ates a wei'lrn hiI0n in New York city
is the way lit vw'ic'It h( is hlerde' wi ll
the crowd. Out wi'st a I!n'n is nil in
dividual. 11k feels thalit hi is soIlme
body. a responsible ,i'izeu. a fuortO' ilU
the coInnnlility. l n person mor e or ('ess
worth while, entitled to a certain
amount of reCpect merely .s a min
and regardless of weallb or s cial posi-
tion or politicnl power. But in New
York. unless on0" is soinobody very im-
portnnt. he is noblody at all. He is a
rI!'le unit in t!:' it, of no morew, mo
mie:it than tilel nut in at Ill.- San Fra;:-
Sr'nrl t -'Fever.
A.) En!-i.s't phy)i,:ado ticinres that it
Is hietter it t.')' t'l 1 t t'evor I t '.!,-;.s
SIt-' f ir t. \o li ",' ;l:i;r ;'sg'' o :r ,,'* t :z'! I
r:i ly in lih f -:. .ir. ti:n ; i to -;.:,-
h 'lli t,' :1 -o ::, t 'lre ':r, y Or, in)
t e, rn i,'Zt ofr itll: '. ,If o0 ':,'r 0 ,- in
no!l the i. of the' t' ':i 1 't .'r to
cr' : ili LI. I 'V o.
M anristrite- !i \ t..,' ,'t it *-:;ot y'o>
a!:Ire l TO li-I t: t '0 ir t! s 5
house it: the o ,l ,'f h z '! P i'r .-. r-
W hy. yo:r 1; n ,r. tll:. lI-r lt.me yon
repri-:tohlel ipr- for SP: :tIa 1i bit rond
dnl.yiztt. :A't I to 1,oi akibwed to,
work at anl:"
How to Judge Bee
An infadzble kdkation of
body, age and excellence
of brewmg material.
A solid, creamy foam is the invariable
indication of body, age and exceOence of
brewing material in beer. 'n;ess the
best grades of barley and hours. selected
Faith extreme care, are uned in sufficient
quantity, brewed so as to give the beer
the prrcpr strength and body, and after-
ward the beer is thorough.'y ripened and aged, it cannot
show the sold, creamy foam always found in the famous
A. B. C. BEER
"The only beer bottled exclusively at the Brewery"
THE AMERICAN BREWING CO.
ST. LOUIS, U. S. A.
N. GOLDRING. Wholesale Dealer
FIRE, LIFE AND TORNADO
Let Us Protect Your Life and Property.
Iron Works and Supply Co.
y Manufacturers and Repairers of
MACHINERY AND BOILERS
FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
y1 STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
Wil' 'Prompt attention g).en to all orders., ay or night. Agents
CO 0 for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log anti Timber Dogs, also
Chairs of a0l d?scr~ptions.
4V Office Phone 123. PHIL WITT-MAN, Mgr.
Residence Phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123.
OH, DEAR, HOW HIOT!I
Such expressions often escape the women who
use the old-fashioned coal and wood stove.
My! It-'s Such a Comfort I-
is the oft' repeated exclamation of those who
USE A GAS RANGE.
PE NSACOLA GAS CO.
27 East Garden Street.
-.->--*: t *-:>.>4 4< *4 1*00*4-0**0**********
|CURIOSITY IS NOT ALWAYS A SIN
. It will pay you to investiMt.e our prices before buying your
I: Hardware, Sash, Doors, Blinds or Lumber.
We also handle Paints, Oils, Brick, Lime and Cement.
We can save you money on everything.
i Saunders Mill Company t
Offices 29 East Garden Street, Phone 717.
Factory North Palafox Street. Phone 1133.
.- TERSELY TOLD -@
-f BUSINESS LOCALS. '
**-& ^ ..-- ^.;'^^'';-*(-*- i *^ -*7
Hendr',x & Carpenter xi'l furnshb
estimates on b !tding and painting?
and zive personal atren'ion ro work.
932 E. Strong, and S24 East LaRu,
McKinzie Oerting & Co., whol,-sa'e
and retail ship chand'pr-l and grocers.
the only first-class bc'.se of the kind
in Pensacola Fair N '"es to all.
A Raft at sea. ; Why use uitlerbor paper, WheCn you
Mrs. Cbugwater-This paper says the can buy Kelso Bon'I. F--nch D:mity,
Spasengers escaped on a raft. How Kara Linen, or Crane's Rond at C. V.
could they make a raft at sea? Mr. Thompson's. 30 S. Palafox.
Chugwater-They could use the ship's
log. couldn't they? Why don't you use Sauer's extrarte are thr- Standard.
your own reasonifvri ties once in Guaranteed pure. All others are
awhile?--Chicagt oTriune ., iere imitations. Ask for Sauer's.
I -. *l
C Lof V d lnt l'T ay o r a., inmmeuia.eiy
Legal Advertements after the ,.j..::,. r of the stock-
S------ ----- ...--- holders' mn.-'.,nz. hcb takes plane
ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE. at 11 o':,ork a. mn. on Minday, Oc;)-
I:-sate of Mark John White, Deceasel: her 2. l .See..
Creditors, legatees, dibtribuitees and 1 M Sec.
a:l persons having claims or demands 30augand- ptr.
against the estate of Miar John White.:
eeasetD, of PensaMcola Flori'.a, arMe PStockholders' Meeting.
required to present same to the. under- The stockond' w. of The W. S. Ki-.
C:omad within two years from this er Company w.l holnd their anneol
a'e or same wll b3 barred., meeting on Monday, Oc'or 2, 1o,
MARY or WHT at the office or the company, in -he
Administratrix of Etat-, of Mark John a oPnsaca Fla -
\White. deceased. .a M. MU DON, Se.a
July 2,. A. D. 11A5. 26jl)o.'.v8w 3, M MaugaDON. sept.
Directors' Meeting. EMPTY BOTTLES.
The directors of The W. S. Key;er Fifteen crafts per dozen paid f'r
Company will hold their annual meeL- empty Bosso bottles at Nick'a re-
Sing at the office of the company, in the, taurant.
The Union Central Life
bas a lower death rate, lower expense rate. and higher
Interest rate then any company doing business in Florida.
k should be easy for you to decide the rest.
B. S. Williams, General Agent.