The Pensacola journal

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The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title:
Daily journal
Alternate title:
Pensacola news-journal
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
Mayes & Co.
Creation Date:
September 9, 1905
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ;


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


In March 1897, the Pensacola Journal was started as a weekly by William Marion Loftin. The Pensacola Journal became a daily in 1898. With competition from other Pensacola papers, the Journal's coverage included a large part of Florida. In 1922, the Pensacola Journal was purchased by John H. Perry, who in 1924 also acquired the newspaper's main rival, the Pensacola Evening News. For the next six decades, the Pensacola Journal continued to appear mornings and the Pensacola News evenings. Both newspapers remained extremely competitive. A combined Sunday edition published as the Pensacola News Journal also became available. A consolidated newspaper, also known as the Pensacola News Journal, began operations on June 3, 1985, and continues to the present. Pensacola is the seat of government for Escambia County, the westernmost city in the westernmost county of Florida. The city sits on Pensacola Bay, connecting to the Gulf of Mexico. Since the early colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was already one of Florida's four largest cities. The big news covered by the local Pensacola press in 1898 was the beginning of the Spanish-American War. The Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them troops under Teddy Roosevelt, who passed through Pensacola on his way to Cuba through Tampa. In the years following the war, the United States secured the peace in the Caribbean through naval patrols and maneuvers based out of Pensacola. In the early part of the 20th century, Pensacola experienced tremendous growth. The population doubled to nearly 23,000 between 1890 and 1910. A new Spanish Renaissance-style city hall was built in 1908. Two years later, the American National Bank building--at 10 stories, Pensacola's first skyscraper-- was completed. The same year marked the construction of the San Carlos Hotel and a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had 21 miles of paved streets, and the first modern hospital opened three years later. In 1916, the city began operating its first motorized fire truck, and by 1924 it had replaced all of its horse-drawn firefighting equipment. The Pensacola Journal covered the cycles of boom and bust that characterized the city in the years that followed, as well as the renewed growth after the Second World War.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1898.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).

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Latest Telegraphic News Service==Forei 'n and DIkmestic--Furnished

by The Associated Press

THE WEATHER: Fair Satur ay HE JOURNAL'S Want Ad. pa
and Sunday, light northeast I s always reaJ by nearly

K__ Ij lwenjateiairtul the people.












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New Cases Increase and deaths
Decrease Is Yesterday's
Fever Record.

of the


By Asociated Press.
Tokio, Sept. 8.-New disorders have
occurred at Kobe. The statue of

TIeIAL D EL postal last nirht and pt.11 tiiin
TO ASSIST THE ST ATE HEALTH AUTHORITIES. the streets. Church property was
U E I stroked and dainagel here Wed
RU IN E IBy Associated Pre@. Carrabele, although she had pratique Was Charged With Faling to Re- ah slprest's t e
U I I E Tallahassee, Sept. 8-The steamer from this port. but this was not r S [harged Wihff ng to church, schioo anl priLeTs rel1
Tarpon. plying between Pensacola. ognized by those in charge at the' c at Tokio w:e burned. The protest
Apalachicola and Carrabelle. has been above named ports. port a New Case Of Feer. chur h a onnmea in th e den
refused permission to land at the last State Health Officer Porter wired three ssion churches in the As
Tk Knowi Fatalities Now am- two named places. Governor Broward regarding the mat- Sa district were rne or wrec
Moved by a telegram today from ter, and although he received no reply ITALIANS ARE STILL GIVING Bashi.
her WMue To 3417 and List State Health Officer Porte-. Governor last night, the Associated Press dis-:
Broward wired the authorities of tb( patch above shows tnat the governor TROUBLE AND PREVENTING
two towns that the Tarpon had not' is acting in the premises. W CA IA
been in Pensacola harbor since Au-1 It is very probable that the parties' DISCOVERY OF NEW CASESAND
gust 29th. and refer;-e. them to the: who held up the Tarpon have gotten MORE INTELLIGENT OF THEIR
law forbidding the quarantining of one: themselves into more trouble than
0NTIRE VILLAGES ARE DEVA-, town against another within the state they imagine as a very severe penalty CCUNTRYMEN ARE WORXINGi fL BID BOY
TATEf AMO WRECK, RUJN, withot the permission of the state is imposed by the state laws for such SHOW THEM ll l ^l I I HI
board of health, and asked them to acts, and this will probably be applied1 TO SMOW THEM NEfIESSITY
DOATH AMD 4JS FER4tW act with the state health authorities. in this case. FOR OBEDIENCE.
The owners of the Tarpon will send
ErVERVIW4ERE INHABITANTS No News Received Here. out another vessel this morning, the, .____ I
No message was received In Pensn-' scoooner Blanche, loaded with freight,
IRLEDO INTO ETERNITY WITH- cola yesterday regarding the comst bound for both of these points. The{ By Assoclated Press.
OUT WRNC4M6. steamer Tarpon, which left the quar- Blanche has been in quarantine for #"i # ,##- t M
antine station during the early portion, five days and will be given pratiqua INE
of the week for points along the coast' when she sails1from there on her trip. New Orleans, Sept. &-The LI
with a cargo of freight, but it is pre i Should permission be refused her to : fever record at 6 p. m. was as -
By Asociated Pres. sumed that the vessel is still standing land it is very probable that the two follows:
Rome, Sept. 8.-The oltaitS of the off waking advices from the owne-s towns will be sued by the owners of New cases, 44; total to date, T
earthquake in Calabria indicate arn or slate officials. the vessels, who have suffered large 2,221. YoungStS rie 10 SS rerO
eDormous disaster. The known dead The vessel had been refused permida- losses by the refusal to allow ti,e veb-' .- Deaths. 4; total, 308. ,Y -,
already number 347. many are injured, sion to land at either Apalachicola or| sel to land and discharge cargo. New foci, 12. : and Were Interceptedt y
and tire villages are devastated. *, Cacses under treatment, 306; r By
-Y- -r cases d.,charged., 1,607. Alabama Officers.
SDeall&k. P% A% MV P I IIIAPV% MrNIkrM2i0Enn i TA iIlAiL r F "

Mrmteleone. DI CalabrIa, Italy. Sept. I
t.-The latest details obtainable
abow that many houses were entirely
destroyed by the earthquake at 6tefa-
eli, and hundreds of persons were
killed. At Piscople. anl t'he houses
were m#stroyed and seven people were
"kle4. At San Gregorio sixty-five
were knled.
Te vtge W of Zammaro was entire-
r 1estrewed. At Mileto eleven are
dead a two hundred are injured.
T'e verlas of BratiMo. Santoo. San
Costm sea Coblto are aa l conm-
fetdky destroyed and more than sev-
eWty lveE were lost at these places.





By Associated Preess.
Adherille, N. C.. Sept. 8.-The first
manual convention of the Sout hern
etton Association adjourned tonight.
A resolution was adopt d to raise the
meanberthtp dues from twenty-five





ik life Bets an Jumped Over-

board from the Steamer
Two young sailors, both of the Ger-
man eleamer Hohenfelde, have dis-
appeared from that vesel, and al-,
though a vigorous search ha& been1
made for them by the United' States
authorities, no trace whatever can be
-t was the evident intention of the
two men, who signed under the names
of Hans Ritter and Joseph Judson,, to
desert the ship, but whether or not
they lost their lives in the attempt is
not known.
The Hohenfelde arrived here last

events to one dollar a year. week from Port Arthur, Texas, where
A resolution was also adopted urg- she loaded a cargo. She put In here
ing the minimum price fixed, Instead for bunker coal, but was sent up to
of aboving it all on in sixty days, as quarantine for detention and fumiga-
he'etotores. tion. ,
The matter of Vice-President Peter's The vessel anchored about a mile
resignation was discussed tonight in off the station. as she was drawing too
Se1'cret wsslon. It is understood that much water to enter. Two or three
S o action was taken. but the matter days after her arrival the two men!
was left with President Jordan. disappeared, and a search showed'
that two life belts were also gone. I
OATTO l l dTheir disappearance ourred at,
COTTON INnight. Whether or not th were ableI
C to reach shore is a matter which has
TO S PTEM Ibeen under Invesigtilon by the au-
TO SEPTEMBER I thortles. If they went towards th .
island they could have been traced bye
the authorities who hawe searched for
several days to find the men. Those
SONSIDERABLE EXCESS OVER acquainted with tlh circumstances do;
REPORT FOR SAME PERIOD not believe that two men could have
j swam to Pensacola, although this is
LAST YEAR. possible should the tide be coming in.,
It is the general belief that both:
men were either the victims of sharks.
By Aseciated Preim. or were drowned in their bold' attempt
Washington. Sept. S -The census to get awat from the ship. The men
office todCay issn'"d rs report of !Tho were both under twenty years of age
cot on of the new crop ginned to "Sp- and were Germans.
tembe- 1. round bales as The Hohenfelde. after remaining for
half bales, it makes a showing o(f 45,9.- several' days. proceeded to E0urope.
600 bales aga'iist 374.S.'1 ba<-s for la-,
year. Th1. rep rt by s'a:cs shows the
Sbies ginned this .'er as follows T HE CHOLERA IS
Florida. : ',0: Geor.:ia. l07 7.0' : South, 37.73 TS: a. ,. S ILL SPREADING
Admitted to Naval Academy.
Annapolis. S. n, ? -,Le.e P J.ohnson
of No-',h Caro!ina has b;.,n admitted By Associated Pres.
to the nava: acadn,% a ir:dshpman. Berlin. Sept. S.-The official bulletin
shows that within !he twenty-four
Postmaster at Chattanooga. hours ending at noon today, nineteen
Washington. S,-p; -W. S. Raul- new cases of cholera and seven deaths:
tton has ht,-r app n',.da p',-'master a: serc reported. making a total to date
Chattanooga. T in:. of 123 cases and 39 deaths.

Hester's Cotton Report Gives

Comparison for Two Years

By Associated Press.
Wew Orleans'. ; '* .--Se.-rcary
Hester's annual : rc;*". ),: cot:. n wai3
Issued today. pIu:- ;.n -!on cr'i
for the year just ckloed at i3.565.S..',
ales. An increase of 3,554,511 over

'the previous year It puts an average
commercial value on this crop of
$4P.31 per bale as compa-ed witi
$'1.6, per bale ias; year. This makes
a tota, value of the crop of $6t28.195.-
395, against $617,501,U8 for last year.

e of


Fever Situation Took a Spurt When
Suspicions All Developed Into

The press ho: the government re- Fever Yesterday.
Ssponsib!e fitr the anack.- on Christian
f church property, chargng ihat it r
enraging t hl p,.-;,'e L.y its ,,bdiracy UvI[ I.
;and Qy wtli:ol frnaiou o' QUARANTINE RULES
the peace se;tleiiient.
Will Publish News. i M
Tokio. Sipl b, ,-hr. Ne desaye. ) Persons in Infected District May

-Responding to 'i:,, popular desire
and urgent reque-sr of the political
leaders, the government has -ided
to publish tr':(e t, rms of peace tomor-





COUKPUKAL I AN/Nt K #*,^::m.-u..:
Bay Minette. A!a., Sept. 8.---State
Dr. Berge'a Trial. Quarantine Officer A. J. Giddeons,
D R. New Orleans, Sept. 8.--be interest who is stationed on the Perdido river
among the yellow fever lO terms con- on the line let w.en Baldwin county
tered to-day in the trial 4 Ber. rge, and Escambia county, Florida, brought
By Associated Pre. who we lirrested a wee~ ago, charg- into Bay Minetie this morning LWo
Denver, Colo., Sept. 8.-Corporal ed with failing to *poft a case Of boys, young Beck and Matthews, both
John R. Tanner was elected comman- .yeMow fever. DI. 'Brg1 9 is mel- of whom were working over the line
der in chief of the G. A. R. today and lent reputation, but Dr. llwtihed but found the bridge they approached
Col. Geo. W. Cook, of Denver, was to prosecute the case 41> p guarded. They went away., but after-
elected vice commander. Minneapolis to other physicians whe W.wtIlBg wards crossed at a point where the
wap c sen as the meetiag place for to o-opemate w rd could not see them. Knowing
nett yar. err. BerM^, oya. eousauspeoted that they
hai'a rl fb the e41e t8wi m41r- might take such action and they were
I N Tgency hospital by telephone. It was promptly captured. They were brought
PUBLIC PRINTER shown that al physitlans were re- here to Dr. J. C. McLeod. who Is sat-
quired to report to Dr. Whites head- ing for Dr. Mothr, of Mobile. in so far
JAS B ENJ R uMOVi FI quarters. Dr. Berge on the stand 4nti- as this county on Perdlio river is
AS BEEN REMOVL EDIL mated that he was not required to re concerned'. Dr. Mcleol sen:t the boys
port suspicious casme and that a diag- back across the line. Whc;her thy
nosis of yellow fever was impossible will be arrested for violn;:,)n of :h,
By Asoclated Press. before 'the expiration of twenty-four quarantine laws or not ha; not been
Washington, Sept. 8.-Public Print- hours. !made public. The reports here are
er F. P. Palmer has been removed and iDr. Berge finally pleaded guilty to that the several guards on the Perdido
Oscar J. Ricketts. foreman of printing, river are turning people back every
has been designated to succeed him. (Continued on Page Five.) day and night.


Leave During Day Time.


A summary of the ferer sit, -3
s nation up to last night is as *
A R S New cases, 10; total to dat% 0
: 29.
A-. Deaths, 1; total to date, 3. 1
Man Wanted in Florida Is Picked caes under treatment, "1; *
cases discharged, 7. *
Up By Authorities at
Ten new cases and one death wa
'Birmingham. Ala., Sept. 8.--Po e- the yellow fever record in iPensaols
men Disheroon and Baker yesterday yesterday. All of the new ca-s are
e D o ad e y traceable to the original Infected dis-
arrested Eli Johnson, a negro who is tricble to the original nfeted
wanted' by Sheriff C. G. Allen, of This large increase was due to the
Washington county, Florida. fact that no report was made for
The charge against Johnson Is un- Thursday as at that time there were
known to the policemen but in view number considered as suspicious
kases, but the physicians could not pss
of the great anxiety exhibited by the upon them as being yellow fever.
Florida sheriff to catch the negro, the These have all now been pronounced
officers believe !at the offense to a fver.
serious one. The arrest was made on Th NeW* ""
Fourteenth street. Th new aes rporte during the

Johnson stated to the officers when
taken Into custody that if the Florida
people got him back there they would
de him harm. All that Is known con-
cerning Johnson is that he is charged
with being a fugitive from justice.



.ay are:
Horace Coberger, t I Chech stet.
Frank DeVilliers, 215 ast Intenden-
'denia street.
M. Christman, 116% Sbuth Tarra.
gonna street.
H. D. Brook, Park hotel, ast Oov-
ernmefnt street.
Nina William#, 117 East Intendeamc
Chas. Neel, Jr., 130 B street
W. H. Ketterer, 202 East Zarragoa-
sa street.
Gussie Ketterer, 202 East 2mnagow
sa street.

Macon. Sept. 8.-Miss IA!ie Hyman, Susie Ketterer, 202 Eat Zarrt oa
a school mistress of about 22 years, street.
filed a suit in the superior court here J. E. Red, 24 West IntendinalS
to-dlav against Rasdale Hicks, a young street.
clerk in this citv. for the recovery of! There are al]o a large number o
$5.000 damage on allege(l breach of: sspicous coes, the physclteme nd-
promise. l ing in reports last night to the state
The two w-re to have wedded, ac- hItealth officer, showing ten in number.
corm'ing o the 'o(ing woman, on la-: To Treat Patients.
Monday morning. Tuesday morningJ The State Board of Health has Just
steps were taken to file .iit, and to-1 completed arrangements for the care-
day the paper became a public docu- of the yellow fever patients who may
ment. be taken sick and who have no nrse
This is the first suit of this charac- or homes. A ward especially prepar-
ter to havy been filed in lihbb for for this purpose has beon cured
more than a score of years, and prom- a' St. Anthonv's hopitai. The board
k(.s to prove an in'eresting one on ac- has men at work screening the win-
count of the prominence of the parties 1,,,.,*a an,' door, and wIll provide for
involved. nurses and attendants, ast wel as
Jr.ivdi rnes. Drs. Byrd and Htkrte will
Shave charge of fhl5 dpartmnt. A
r-\ l #. l 'i- crrnd annhirlancro has also been
S.rBvided In which patients will b
transferred to the hospital.
SWirters Expires

By Associated Press.

American League.
W-h:non ,;, New York 5.
I '.-<,n 2. Pf!i. 'alihia 5.
I .'' :.;I 1. '" l, nii 0.
Chicas-, 1:', C(+-vlanwl 2.

National League.
N-w Yo.K '. Bo ,m)n ,.
P:"-'burg 5. Cinc:nnati 8.
St. Louis 2, Ch(.cazo 8.
hi: l *e;plhia i,. Brooklyn 0
Southern League.
A .\ilan;a 2N-. ov rleans 0.
Mon'zotinir'y I1'. Io "L.- Rock 3.
A,' 'hatnano,'ga: Shrevely)rt
B: r'm:neham 4.
M*inphis 3. Na-hvi'le S.

South Atlantic League.
,Jack-onvii, 21-, Savannah 3.
Mac',n 1 C'ha:l-(ton 6. (first.)
M'ca n ?,. C.::ir K'-ton 1, (six innings,
. sa 2, Columbia
Augusta 2, Columbia 5.

O/d Acquaintances Have Their Litt/c Joke Again

C. P. Winters, who has been under
treatment for several days at the oMt
National hrotcl. dic-d last nIght, and
was- buried' In St. J.I*oph's cemetery a
few hours afterwards. The deceased
wA.ei formerly a member of the Ninth
',C:mpany of Coast artll'-rv, having
rni:.t,',d at Louisvi'lle on Aiugut 2,
Y9',2. as a se'ond-class gunner. Hfe
v,-,n honora',l:.y I'-'harped over a
v.- k a' I,', '"r*. e -np'oymF nt In
the sa'loo)n of .Tor)h IHoth, corner
Tirr,zonf:t and G,'-(vernmont strrosa,
wher,' he con'rac'-d 'ho foAvor. He
was attw i' I i v Dr "McM:an. and
'ha, 1 Two nur-t.-. J. C McrGowan and E.
.E S ,-warrl The -'au-rl wa.4 29 or
2') var of ~,,o and h: home was Il
9, Harrison. Ohi,

Fisher Very Low.

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5;flidfl4 ral,)!Il'y a! 1 of ; .~a.He
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James Jeffries Will Referee

Britt=Nelson Contest To=day

By Associated Press. the boxers. The lecc'aration of last
San Francisco,. S.-pt. 8.-James J. night that a ten ,housand dollar ilde
J ffries will referee the Brit;-No!-on: hbt was ma, and tha' tih- boxers
c.:ntest at C'o:ma at 1:30 to-morrowL have a secret azr.-'M-n*' to Vvide the
.afterndon. The d1v.opmients of th' Irurse, wiunn. r to, ,.- -ixt.'y anl !,ser
las- twenty four hours s:rer.nthen the forty per cent of the pu'se, stems the
opinion that all is not right betweenI enthusiasm.




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Government for withholding NeCws


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itter Struggle Between I
fmntv Tnmne Vtillt Pnnt

G e li a Namt Description.
Notlee is hereby give that the Ide'wltg described real estate, lying an
e in the City of Pensacola, County of cambia, State of lorida, upon
which the taxes levied by the said City of Pensacola for the year A. D. 1904
have not been paid, will be sold at the door of the court house of Escambia Mrs. Lee A. Johnn..Lot 20, blk. 46, Belmont Number.
I county. at noon, on the first Monday In October, A. D. 1906, to make said taxes. ing...... ... ......6 Blmo ......t Number19
penalties, Interest and cost. Amanda and Harvey
J. C WHIollectorG, Jones.............Lots 27 and 28. blk. 138, Belmont
Tax Collector. Numbering.."..
Numbering.. .. .. .......... 19
Clinton Lewis or
Martha A. Lewis..100 ft. S. front by 150 ft. adjoining
A Sunday's on West, blk 82, Bel-
Name. Des riptl I month Numbering. .... .. .. 18
o J. W. Larton.........Lots 6 to 8, blk. 35, Beolmont Tract
Bafld n s Unknown...........All of blk. 101. Belmo:nt Number-
aI 9n ing.......... 1 9

Uwat, ..N., oull Uu.u &a A19 ..... TraLt...... . ad 20, 3, E
n m Co u Mar Ane.........ILots 19 and 1720, blk 3399, East Ki
in te COU0 S. Mar, n 0e, on .....J;otsal." m -, -* .
Tract . . .
The Mob :l. Heral say': Wi:! I(, F. Barrios..........N 0 ft of 4 and WTi'of'5,'blk'-
Bert t('ermi of :1 lIti'!vw:n e,,iny c r- East King Tract ..........
cuit (c.,ur- I i.,-:.e l : 11H:y M1 1nt::; or Thos. Bellt...........L t 1 to 5. blk. 97. Eas Kig Tra
at Ikaphne? i.s h, q, -:. n- w ag' L.. Io -. ...........*Lts 1 to 4. blk 37, East King Tract
eating the, n:ind :4 li m. Sa:: -., j. A A. Credille....... N 40 ft of Lot 1 and of EK of 2, b
Browm-. judge of the th.r on'bh judi- 56. East King Tract.
cial circu-,t. L M. ravis ..........ot 19. blk 144, Est King Tract.
Tb. -iia :er is o' stbch cravi::. that L M. ahiv!..........W 30 ft Iot 3. blk 59, East King Tra
Judge( B-,,wne i.- row makLna a car.'- L. M. Davls.........Lot 2, blk 73. East King Tract
ful and tL.or,.i;h xaniina ion .1.T) I.:z7z"' Davis.........N 60 ft Lot 3. and of W'l, of 2, blk5
this imniortan: q:,'., r. and w;'1, ; *- East King Tract..........
haps rend,.r arn opinion in the v,,ry Peter Davidson..... .Lot 3, blk. 93. East King Tract..
near The recent doc,-i.-r: n Wn:a Fisher ........Lots 6 and 7 an, N 105 ft Lots 11 at
the 14.:h A ab:'.-,. in the c, o 12, b:k. 4, East King Tract....
Hald vrs:i- Sq'te.on, a suit r -'.i 1- Mary Gerald .......L.o ) 10. bik 10.5, East King Tract
ing Ltf rvemn,,va: '.: the corn'pv , house of Baldwin co-. from phne. I' .- Grnndy....... .is S to 10, blk 129. East Kin Tra
the original c ,u;:v <'. T Havy Mi- Lhio I. Hagood....I.ots 14 to 16 and N 3 ft Lot 17. L
nette. was i. lavor of Stap'., n ani! 29. East King Tract .........
Daphne. th( supreme no, n h:din:-. ;n WrVm Hamilton......W 17 ft lt 2 and E 15 ft Lot 3, b
the up -ron of .h:)d. Itronr.. ..ha: :!'.. ,9. East King Tract.
law ,: rc.i'..a ha., nt'ver .'con..: .p- Rehbecca Hawthorn..Lo,)s 1. 2 and 3, bik 2, East Kir
erative. Tract .. .. .. .. .......
A Bitter Fight. Jas. Hamilton.......Lot 5. blk 130. Eagt King Tract
Citizens of .Mb't.e at. reality ro Chas. H. Hudgins ...N 50 ft Lot 6 and of E% Lot 5, b
eaH the b!"ernp.- s o' l .' rsrunz'.- ",,- 49. East King Tract ...... ....
Iweeni r.i-M.*n'l.- f Daliphr.o an.! that Chas. H. Hudgins...S 50 ft of N 100 ft Lot 6 and of El Lo
section an ,s, T. 's .y Mine- arnd 5. b!k 49, East King Tract
the vp;1:-r part o' Italiwin county, i Char. H. Hudgins...E .50 ft of S 110 ft Lot 1, b:k 56, Eas
the ma:'r cf thi rom;oval of the King Tract .... .........
court house ~ dv spt rate was (h.- C. K'ng.............S 50 ft Lot 6 and o01 .h Lot 5. bl
fight *hait h., -ur were r,' orti.' to 48, East King Tract .........
and even th, .,-i -;a' :. There wi J WV. Kohler........N 30 ft of;S 90 ft of Lot 3 and of W:
am election and. a' a result. Bay Mi- Lot 2. blk 72, East King Tract.. .
nette came out v:c:orious. Even then Moses Jackson......8 30 ft of N 70 ft Lot 4 and of W1
the fight did not stop and the famous Lot 5, blk 60, East King Trait ..l
removal of the court house from the Wri. Lewis.........8 90 ft Lot 3 and W% Lot 2, blk 50
eastern shore to the former little lum- East King Tract ...........
bring place on the Louisville and Wm. Lewis.........N 20 ft of Lot 1 and of E% Lot 2, bl
Nashville railroad, became a part of. 51, East King Tract.........
the history of the largest county in Win. LI wis.........S 50 ft Lot 6 and E% Lot 5, blk 51
the state East King Tract ...... .. .. .
4,ow Bay Minette Grew. D gene IAndsay ... .Lot 18, blk 105, East King Tract..
With the removal of thf court house Lil'le and
Ray Minette bean Io thrive and greo Lucy McKinley.... .W 101 ft Lots 9 and' 10, blk 2., Eas
like the beautiful gr From a ner. sawmill station it t- Jno MeCollough ... E 65 ft Lot 13 to 16. blk 35. East Kin
came a thriving town and now enjo. Tract.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .
two railroadF. It is claimed the cour' Geoo. Montgomery.. .Lot 6. blk 92. East King Tract ..
I-ouse made the twn. Daphne. in hI Levi Owens.........S 25 ft of N 75 ft Lot 3 and of Wi
meantime bteanme one of the has Lot 2. blk 54, East King Tract...
beene, of :1ho st', t and. although un.- Mcxander Oliver....N 90 ft of Lot 6 and of E% Lot Cahaba, on the nmajeesic Alabama blk 46. East King Tract ...... .
river, which passed in a night. so to Sam Pasco. Jr......lot 12, ik 103. ast King Tract...
speak. and her niagnificon: hmnio-. tParton Pepper......S. 120 ft. of ALot 1 and of El,, lot 2
churc:i>-s and! l'usines houses 'ru.:- bik 53. East King Tract .... .
lied in:o deca'. IMp:;ne r.-maine,l a W. E Plummer .....Lots 18 and 19, blk 9S, East King
summer rsor.rt. bi;t htr p'cv'ige c'e- Tract .......... .. .. .. .. .
parted. i oU Pruno .......... Ei2 Lot 5 and N 40 ft. Lot 6, blk
In the event Judge Browne decides N9,. East King Tract ........ .
,lo hbo d his n et Term coun:\ circuit c ur' at Daphne there 5, blk. 48, Eatt King Tract.... .
will tie w!!!ne aid gnashing of tecth M. E. Stewart. ...lots 13 and 14, blk. 38, East King Tract
a: BaeI Milne'e )i<:. Stevens ......S 75 ft Lot 1 and of E% Lot 2. blk
i 54. East King TracL .... .. .
Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar Itaacr Shepard.......I t 4. 5 and 6, blk 73, East King
n:etr & Co Chi. -go. originitc' Tract.... .... .. .. .. ........
Ho"'yv ard Tar as a throat and uni Oti S.miey .........Lot 16. blk 106. East King Tract ...
rn'ci. a:..d ,.i :t-1 1 0:,1i of th-. gre-' *. C. Springer..... .Lots 1 and 2, blk 107, Eaf t Kinm
U e', t: .i l p. ;'n'a: -y f Fol cy's Ir.- Tract .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
'7y and Ta- r:: i:.'atlons are of Chas. H. Taylor ... .Tjt s 16 and 17, blk 98. Bast King
fered for t'i i :i:e. T'heso wor'h- Tract .... .. ... .. .. .. ...
less i::' 'ioi a* ma nr sonind'ne .Alonzo Thomas .....8 60 ft of Wij Lot 2. less the W 1 ft
r.ames. ,wa-c o( 'i.,'m The gen I blk 51. East King Tract .. .. .. ..
uine F,1: Hore: nn, Tr.r iq in a Samuel Wagner..... Lxots 16 to 20, blk. 13.,. -ast King
.'rliow packa te. A k for i; and r Tract .... ........ .. .. .. ..
f o n> -t',*st :i', It it the bes* W. C W-ilker....... S :.6 ft I.ot 6, blk 4, East King Tract
remedy tot co" .- and c lis. W. A G o. F. WXonawortb. .Ios 1. 2. 11 and 12 and 14 to 20, blk
D A,.nm're I:e.: ui): and Anpo'hecary- 101. East King Tract ........ ..
.. Wes'.. 6 and 7. blk 4, East King Tract
Notice. Contracto-s and Builders t Witcins...... .Tot 24. blk 17. East King Tract.. ..
1i.1,' will b( r. ,. .J for the ere.- M. Wilhis ..........N 70 ft Lots 1 and 2. blk 57. East King
ti,< f a re s : :.rick, bluding or. Tract . .... .. .. .. .. .. ..
the E c"rn'-r' : : ar\ and Laa T. D Whitmore..... IoTs 1 to 6 and 10 to 14 and 17 to 24.
Rue F-r--ets.t c::y !i ,, rida lodge Ilk 10c. East King Tract ........
N. `4I1 a: I: Es :- l ia Lodge No. Tde:,e Williams.....W' 3.0 and Lot 31, blk I'l. East King
S7'. (; T. O. i S Plans and Tract .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
sp, .'", mnay p'n at tIeo ot F M. Wilson........Lot 13 and N% Lot 14, bik 101. East
fle cf C" 1 A'-' ,'- 1'2 W Ronana Tract . . . . . . . . .
-'r-,' 1. ::. ', :ni rot lat.r '-intown ...........N 60 ft Lot 1 and of '-, Iot 2. olk
h,.n t '. < p 'mniber IS. 71. 1- ast Kin Trart .. .. .. ..
I1~ b r .- ;-.ts th I'nk-own ..........Lots 19 and 20. blk 05. East King
r.g: t r-" a .. Trac .. ................
mrr.ut be :- nf. of C. H. 's Unknown........... Lot .1*, blk. 11.1. Easr King Tract ....
tor s I '::.s' au p :. 'ons nus' U 'iki own ..........Lo: 32. blk 129. Enct KinF Tract..
no: be n -vc: "-,m i ,,fier. ,.!,hrown .......... N% ILot 28. blk 12i1. East Kin, Tract
S'l'ti'lii:N \II,LIAMS. U'1nkowu .........P. ac'ional Lots 25 to 2S. blk 1-50, East
R. T T':,M %S Secretarv. Tr ct .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..


Owing to "," '-. crr-'y V; ,,le''oecio-.s
aid a i ':,, ( M1- Walker ing-
rahanm frim th :-. i" i- neces.arv ,,
placi the tI : ,- r a cash bas-<.
Monthly :','" 'r. h r-e'~y nti-
fled that in, 'n. m ;,-t o '. ieft at hom
to pay .liv -' n'-'. or package wil

Gco. Murphy .......1/at 1. bIk 10.i. 3ast King iTract....
'L.evi Owens .........N 540 ft Lot 3 and of W'2 Lot 2, blk
.r4. EF-s Kin- Tract .........
11w. F Aarons..... .Lot 1. 40. Blm-int Tract ....
A.lon & Lellaron. .. interest in Lots 11 to IS, blk. 4S
Belmont Tract.. ..............
A ;-son........ Io ',. b.k. 214. Belmont Tract ......
t H.. Ais:on........ .IJ T 6 and 7, !)'k. 29, Belmont Tract
i-'. V.. A. Amos.... 1.ts 26 to 30), blk. 125, Belmont
M. L. Autrey........E. 11:2 ft of 16 and 17 and of N%

be i ,' '. '.. ..k t ","! dry- office. -of 1 1')K ":.'- t Numi ILn'o Iniig
S" \R ILAU'NDRY .no. Bain...........IA 1 and S. 17 ft. of and S. 50 ft.
S ept 1w I' 11,. J. Mackey. of 2 an ,l 21, 11k. ['1, Belmont
I Numbering.. .. .. ..........
NOTICE. I. Boley............Lets 22 and 23, bMi. 77, Belmont
Spent w' 1-. Numbering ..... ...........

DR J. XV '' ;;1,1\S .Denist.


p~enM& &K-Cairp-' 'r wif" !urr-sh

F. tt-mnt n:1 '24 Pa-tLanu.1

a,,~ .c~ai sp n~ : '~a!,,(! rocers.

her:ng.. .... .. .. .... ...
I, P."ey........... .Lo 13 and 14, blk. 116. B(lmont
Nunher'n. .... .. .. .. ......
i-e:'r I BRowr.......E ft. of WX. I.' on B. ;mtn: y 17-0
f:. deep. Ilk. t2, l3:,:nint Trac ..
Mrss M F. Bruce. ... Slt of 15. 16 and 17, ,)'k. 3<. Be.lmont
Tra ... .................
I';7za Bre an: ........ IAw 2. Mk. 94. Beltrn:.t N'mni'ering
.1,s. F. Co'eman...... 's IS to 22. bik. 110. B' hlnont
Number. ng. ..... .. .. .. ....
R. 1. Dorscyv........W 35 f. of E. 115 f,. IC" *' 1 o ?19.
b'k. 79. Belm.nit N::'.t n . . .
i, K Fa '.k.......... N. .',0 ft. lots 14 to 1;., b1 k. ,4 PBel-
tio.nt . .. .
F .J. -ick .......L.o : 2* and F. par- :ot 30. ,:k. 27,
Bclm<'ni N:n: ''-::..: . .....
Mary F. Gray.......S '., ; Ia : i a::i 4 17 a .! .-. 2 ft.
of ,t: 1. :lk. 211, Be'mont Num-
,ering.. .. .. . ... .......

the ori- fi s. ,'ass l- se of :te kni G I. Green and W-
In pnsac- a. Fa:r ?C"es to all. E. P:ummer........ Los 12 and 13, blk. 2. Belmont
T.'a... .. .... .. .. .. ........
I-ene Mc-reen.......Lets o. ::d 20. Mlk. 81, Belmont
Why use hI'erir when you Numbcrin.. .. .. .. .. ......
can 1 in Kc', pr.. F-(-ech D:rult. p. r air.........Its' 1- :o 2,,. bIk. '. Be.mont Tract
Kara L.:-. .r C-a:.e'& Bond at C. V. ;.'mn-aHarvey........Lot 6. bik. 13S, HBc:ont Numbering
Thomptn s ..0 s. Palafox. (',orn::.e Harvv. ..... IL 7. b:k 131. 1;- :::.: N'mb ring
il'u.ohold of Ruth. .lots 1 and 2 blk. S9. Bcmiont Num-
.a-,*r' ex'rsnct atr thr* Standard. bering........ .. .. ........
Ouaranteed prare All others Pre A. J. Huuse..........Lots 13 to 15, blk. 157, Belmont
mere ini:at.oL-, Ask for Sauer's. i Numbering.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..

H. C. McDavid and
L. E. Brooks.......Lots 9 and 10, blk. r6. Belmont Tra,-t
2 30 6 12 C. H. McCaskill.....Lots 13 and 14, oik. %. Be':mont
Numbering ............
2 30 4 Irene McGreen......Lots 2, 3 and 4, blk. 4. B.!mont NI1:m-
I bering.... .............. :8
2 30 3 46 F. Madison.........Lot 1.. bik. 127. Belmonr NumbherinT 19
2 30 4 84 Ann Miller..........W. 45 ft. of E. 75 f. (if ots 1 an:l 2
2 30 4 08 and of Sj lot 3 bik. 16, Belmornt
2 Numbering ..2...........
2 30 1 43! ottieoMoorer .......Lot 18, blk. 99, Belmon: Numbering 1.)
2 .0 5 341Mrs. M. B. Palmes..Lots 27. 2S and "2_9 4, ,i,!...

kct 19 2 3u0 2 68 Tract. .
S19 1 30 4 71 J. H. Pace...........% interest lots 11 to IS, blk. 4S,
56g Belmont Tract.. .. ...
19 2 30 4 35 D. Perry............E. 70 ft. on Belmont by 100 ifr on
19 2 30 72 Coyle N. E. corner blk. S2. Belmont
nd ,Numbering. .
19 2 30 1 05 D. Perry............40 ft. on ('oyle by 10o ft. ,. of N. 110)
1! .. 0 ft. blk. 82, Belmont Numbering....
1: 19 2 0 1 03 W. E. Plummer......Lots 23 to 26, bik. 3. Belmont
1.:0 2 30 1 05 Tract.............
1 30 n 1 4 E. L. Purcell ........ Lots 23 and 24, blk. 40. 'on1mont
S 19 2 30 11 45 Tract.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
SM "innie Rivers.. .. ..W. 471. ft. of lot;, 16 to 20. blk 27,
19 2 30 5 36 Belmont Tract.. ..
ng 30 Naney Rive-s ........ Lot 26, blk. S7, Belmont Numbring
19 2 30 98 Nettie F. Riffle ...... All bik. 107, Belmont Numblwring..
i 19 30 1 54iJno. D. Robinson....W. 75 ft. of E. 150 ft. on Gregory by
19 2 30 6 63 150 ft. deep, b;k. >83, Belmont Num-
ot bering.. .. ........

19 2 30 4 86 Francis Rodgers.... Lots 3 and 4, blk. 88, Belmont Num-
st 19 2 30 4 86 bering.. ........
9 2 3 1 Charleton Stone.....Lot 19, blk. 91, Belmont Numbering
.9 2 30 2 19 Mary Scott..........Lot 5, bik. 94, Belmont Numbering
19 o 30 3 21 Mary A. Stone.......Lots 11 to 23, blk. 119, Belmont Num-
19 2 30 3 21 bering.... .... ..........
19 2 30 1 18 A F. Thomas........W% lots 24 and 25, blk. 16, Belmont
19 2 30 1Tract. ........ .. ........
Mary Thomas ........ Lot 4, blk. 8, Belmont Numbering..
S19 2 30 4 35 Julia E. Thomas ....Lot 10, blk. 85, Belmont Numbering

19 2 30 4 48 Mrs. N. D. Thomas..Lots 4 to 11, blk. 114, Belmont Num.
k bering.... ... .........
19 2 30 1234 B. C. Tunison .......% interest in W. 10 ft. of S. 100 ft. lot
1 9 29, blk. 21, Belmont Numbering..
19 2 30 3 72 W. T. Waters....... E. 45 ft. lots 6 to 19, blk. 79, Belmont
19 2 30 91 Numbering.. .. .. .. .. .. ...
H. A. Waters........Lot 19, blk. 84, Belmont Numbering..
t H. F. Webb.........Lots 19 and 20, blk. 48. Belmont Tract
19 2 30 7 92 Lidia Willis.........Lots 6 and 7, blk 8, Belmont Tract..
g Oliver White........Lots 1 and 2, blk. 141, Belmont Num-
19 2 30 3 46 bering.. .. ..... ..... ... .....
.. 19 2 30 85 36Unknown ........... Lots 16 and 17, blk. 92, Belmont Num-.
19 2 30 85 being .. .. .. .. .. .. ..

19 2 30 3 59 Unknown..,*.......Lots 18 and 19, blk. 92, Belmont Num-
,. bering.. .... .. .. .. ......
19 2 30 9 67 Unknown. ......... Lot 18, blk. 136, Belmont Numbering
19 2 30 1 67 Unknown.. ........All fractional blk. 137, Belmont
Numbering........ .. ..
19 2 30 5 24 Buckner Chipley..... Lot 8, bik. 40, Belmont Tract ......
g Unknown........... Lts and 10, blk. 86, Belmont Num-
19 2 30 2 19 bering...... .... .. .... .. ..
Josephine Abdtlkada.Lot 15, blk 132, New City........
. 19 2 30 1 9S John H. Aletnder..Lots 5 to 6, blk 225, New City......
t Louis J. Alf rd......Lots 16 and 17, blk 160, New City..
. 19 2 30 4 60 Mrs. M. L. 41nko... .Iots 14 to 18, blk 218, New City....
t 19 2 30 3 9D Win. Bentley.,.....Lot 16, blk. 14, New City..........
L. Ikley............Lots 4 and' 5 and B 30 ft 26, blk 92,
19 2 30 5 62 New City........ ..........
L. Boley ............. Lots 5 and 6. blk 312. New City ......
19 2 30 10 43 W. A. Blount........Lot 7, blk 36, New City............
.19 2 30 78 C. L. F. Bock........Lots 11 and 12, bik 129, New City..
* Thos. Boyle........All of blk 236, New City............
.19 2 30 1 12 B.H14. Burto*t........E% Lot 13 and all 11 and 12, blk 27.
*9 3 4Bo New City ..................
19 2 30 4 t Lees'. Brooks ....8 37 ft of 8 to 10, blk 44, New City..
't Unknown ..........Lot 6. blk 132, New City............
19 2 30 3 97 Elizaheth Connell ... Lot 15, blk 147, New City...........
Mrs. J. B. Church...Lots 4 to 6, blk 19, New City......
19 2 30 4 3& J. R. Caro..........Lots 17 and 18, blk 104. New City..
S19 2 30 3 95 C. Carlson ..........Lot 19, blk 125, New City .........
SA 'M. Davis .. .......N 60 ft of 8 120 ft of Lots 10 to 12, blk
19 2 30 4 5 338, New City. ...............
19 2 30 3 06 *. M. Dalley......... Lot 6, blk 81, New City............
19 2 30 1 67 ('. A. D'Alemberte...TLot 11, blk 12S. New City.............
19 2C 43 C.D)rsey .......... lots 6 to 15, blk 349, New City ......
9 2 0 4 35 Win. Duffle..........Lot 3, blk 18, New City..........
19 3.Ta. England, Jr .... Lo 10, bik 131, New Cit..........
19 30 3 74 Mrs. G. Everett.....S part of Lots 14 to 16, blk 13, New

19 2 30 9 Wn Ci.... .. .... ...... .... .
V7m Fisher ......... E% of blk 356, New City..........
19 2 30 11 4' "Wn. Fisher ......... Lot 9. bik 356. New City............*
S.2'ioes Fitzpatrick .. .Lots 11 and 12, bik 154-, New City..
19 2 30 1 31 *.Toi.n B. Griffin...... Lot 13, blk 308. New 'ity ............
2 30 1 31 arry Goode........Lot 18. blk. 15, Nv. City..........

19 2 30 1 9. John Goldstucker ... Lot 13 and W Lot 12, blk 51, New
1 2 30 14 ~City. ....................
19 2 30 64 y ** * ** * ** -* *
19 2 30 64 J.I.a Henderson ... .Lot 17. hblk 15, New City .........
19 2 30 6 B'nJ. Hilton.........All blk 333, New C('it-............
Win. Holder......... Lot 4, blk. 224. New City. .......
19 2 30 $9 Kate Kelly..&.......N part of Lots 14 to 16, blkI 12. New
19 2 30 4 33 City ** .............. .....
A. R. Jones..........Lots 1 and 2, blk. 105, New Ci`y....
19 2 30 4 22 Aaron Johnson...... E 10 ft Lot 7, all 8. N 30 ft of .. blk
4 SI 14, New City .............
Aaron Johnson......Lot 15. blk 17, New City..........
1 Ja A. Johnson..... Lot 6, blk 25, New ('ty ...........
9 27 Robt. Lewis ........Lots 6 and 7, blk 1'4. N -w City. ...
4 46 Pnknown ..........W 108 ft of N SW c n :' Rcmana and
Cevallos, blk 1. New City ......
19 2 30 1 56 H. H. McLellan .....E 32% Lot 4 and W 33 Lot 5, blk 83,
New City ..............
19 2 30 3 72 N. C. McMillan .....Lot 17, blk 13, New City..........
N. C. McMillan .....Lot 4. blk 15, Nev.- Ct: .........
N. C.McMilan......Lots 5 to 8, blk. 320, New City......
19 2 30 7 3, S. It Mallory
Sand E. C. Maxwell.Lot 1, blk. 69, New C. ........
19 2 30 7 01 (S. R. 3Mailory
andi E. C. Maxwel'.I.cts 2 and 3, blk 60, New C:. .....
19 2 30 6 19 IT M:itchell.........Lots 1" ani 16, b!k 308, Nc\v ('C:':-..
3p' w Moore.........ct 14, bi4 k 7, New City ... ....
19 2 30 1 ;3 Pensacola Land &
Improvement Co. .Lots 8 ro 10, blk. !9?. New Ci-v ..
9 e.7 V\x Piummer..... 15" !5, {r Lot 1. bik 26. New Ci',....
'.;. Pur y.........Io s 19 and 2N blk 175. New City..
7 52>' M. F I'erkins.......Le' 7. bik 305. New C'y...........
19 2 30 D ['la Renza..........Lots 12 and 13. blk. 128. New C:ty..
~ R30. P. Reese.........L ts l,' to 20, blk 180. Ner C!ity....
19 2 30 3 9: rsi. Rivers.......Lo' 5. 6 and 7 and N part LIt 8. Ilk
i 9. New City .............
28 2 30 701 iG. M. S?!lars........ lot 13, bilk 2. New City............
~8 0.T. W. Spencer......L;s 3 and 4. blk 19i. New Ci::.
42 30 6 12, Gr.ripie Smith......Lots 19 and 20, blk 260. New City..
3 1 I. R. Suggs..........Lots 1 to 5. blk. 175, New City......
2S 2 30 5 2Ii';3ia Tate ..........W' Lets 8. 9 and 10, b!k 108, New
3 5 24City .... .... .... .. .. ...
Est. Walter Tate... .Lots 8 to 10 and 11. and E Lot 12,
19 2 0 23 blk 213, New City ........ .. ..
S 3 Mrs. E. Urch.......W 37 ft of S 74 ft Lots 8 to 10, blk
44 New. City.. .... .... ...

5 verett Urch .......Lot 12, blk 106, New City........
11 S5 Thos. C. Watson A Co. Lots 11 to 17. blk 114, New City..
Thos. C. Watson & Co. Lots 1 to 5 and 16 to 20, blk 273,
28 2 30 18 55 New City ..................
a7 63 Thos. C. Watson & Co.E 321 ft Lots 1 to 4, blk 64, New
19 2 30 60 City .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
19 2 30 65 Virginia E. Walker... Lot 1 and W 24 ft Lot 2, blk. 42. New
City .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
19 2 30 2 57 Rilla Watson ....... Lots 5 and 6. bik 305. New City.....
2MIr. M. El Wright...Lots 11 to 20. bik 4. New City......
26 2 30 2 13 Mrs. M. E. Wright ..Lots 16 to 20, blk 2, New City......

* 0
o ~1 2




1 to 4, b)k 124, Wes-: King Trac~... 28 2
1 4; E. J. FrT-ederick......Lots 13 and 14, blk. 12Z, West King
STract.. .. .. .... .. ........ 28 2
2 2-: Wm Fisher.........Lot 17, blk 31, West King Tract.... 28 2
', ; S,s 'i.s Fountain.... .Lots 9 and 10, blk. 27, WeA.t King Tract 28 2
Ilul Garrison......Lots 12 to 17, blk. 116, West King Tract 28 2
2 C i. A. Gamlin.........NW,4 blk. 147. West King Tract.... 28 2
,J.J G'olson...........Lots 6 to 11 and E. 100 ft. Iot3 13
-',;i to 16, blk 21, West King Tract.. 28 2
E H. Hansley.......All of lot 5 and 30 ft. of 1 to 4 begln-
3 o niDg 60 ft. E. of SWV4 of bik. and
S2'z, N. 137 ft 10 inches of lot 24, blk.
" 124, West King Tract.. .... .. .. 28 2
6 j. W Hyer..........E 65 ft Lots 1 to 4, blk 69, West King
1 ~. Tract.... ...... .. .... .... ... 28 2
16 s 2 :ik Hamilton...... Lot 5. blk. 4, West Kfng Tract.... 28 2
1 2I .\:ice R. Kelly......Lot 3, blk 40, West King Tract....... 28 2
3 Auie Ishan........All blk f5, West King Tract....... 28 2
G(J. Johnson.......Lot 9. blk 87, West King Tract.... 28 2
2 07 G o. Johnson ....... Lot 10, blk 87, West King Tract.... 28 2-
I.. J. Johnson.......Lot 4 going El sub-division of NW%
1 69 blk 56, West King Tract......... 28 2 3
Herry Lewis ........ W 30 ft of SW%, b!k 56, West King
a -52 Tract .. .. .. .... .. .. .. 28 2 3
2 J. J. McCaskill.... .Lots 13, 14 and 15, blk 58, West King
408 Tract .... ............. .. .. 2 3
C. H. McCaskill.... ,ot 2 going E mud-division NW%, blk
1 93 L6, West King Tract.. .... ...... 28 2
C. McAnley......... W 100 ft of NW% blk 57, West King
1" ract.t .. .. .... .. ...... 2 2
1 IreneMcGreen.....LotA 14 and 15, blk 22, West Klng
7 01 Tract .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 28 2 3
56! Irene McOreen......,W 180 ft N% and 120 ft of 8% blk

1 92
6 741

6 61


7 50
2 57

5 72
3 95
1 29


2 30 3 46

2 30 3 41

rii| nll

Kate L. Wilson ..... Lot 8. blk 154, New City ..........
2 30 3 97 Lidia Willis........Lot 2, blk 15, New City............
D. Hale Wflson......Lots 3 to 5. bik 30g. New City....
1). If ae Wilson ......Lots 16 to IS, bik 319, New City....
2 30 1 0S Willie Williams .... Lot 3' blk 22. New City. .........
S~.enhpn Williams...N '6 ft L:f I to 4. bik 21, New City..
II. F. W ise....... ...Lct 11. hlk 7, New City............
tChas. W right.......Lot 8. bik 22. Nov, City............
2 30 4 1* l'zz W i!lims.... Lo' 1. blk 372. New City ............
7 12 C. Yonie, No. 2...I,- s 15 and 16. blk 320, New ity....
.Ilikrown ..........L ,): 2 8, blk 30. New C;ty..... .....
S 30 I .kn .......... I.ot r bik 7. New Ctly................
2 30 8 L79'1
; r'k,! >un .......... iL ," ;. 1 'N 21. N ow City.. ...............
7 '.' nown ..........Lot ., h!k :,. New City.............
I'nl.nown .......... i. s i; )o . b!k :136, No v City....
S 30 I'nknown .......... Icfts 1 to 5. I'*lk 357. New Ci:y..
2 :: known n ........... Lot. 11; an,l 17. blk 357. N vw Cty.. .
2 3M1 i Cross.......... rpins N of bl'. E. Maxent
rr"t 42
S 30 r . .. . . . .. . . . ..
Win. Fisher.......... l.o. 1 to 3. fract. E. of )o:naild t-'reei an.I went of Donaldson line
7 .x 'x..: rat ....... . .. .. .. 42
3, Wm Fisher.........Fr -"! l.ot 11 to 14 an!. 37 to 39.
30 *-' blk 117. Maxant Tract .. .. .... 42
Win. Fisher. Trus'oe.e. ,; 1to 5. blk 200. Maxan" Tract 42:
M3 S; Mr,. Mary Killeke'ly.W SI :'t of N 12'5 ft NW cor. bik 11,
3Maxont Tract........ .. .... 42
S s Mrs. Mary Killekelly.S 30 tt of N 155 ft of W 120 ft blk 11,
Maxant Tract ... .. . .. . .... 42
2 30 7 C3 W. Johnson......B 1:5 t ?1o- 32 and of 22-t ILxt 23, b!k
1 i v, a-t Trac' . .. ...... 42
2 3J '. P. L., ........... ,> 14. bl)i 11 a'a rant Tract ........ 32
1": Maloney.......... Lots 21 and 22, .oi: 6. Maxant Tract 42
27 J Nicholas ..... Lots 14 and 15. blk. l i Maxant Tract 42
Margaret Swaine...oIA)ts 31 and 32 and E. 50 ft. Lots 34
'22, 'and 35. blk. 11, Maxant Tract .. ... 42
1) Vale W ilson...L..ot 13. hbl 13. Maxant Tract ........ 42
olwn.wn ......... Lots 31 to 34. blk. 87, Maxant Tract. 42
22 30 1 1 known ..........E 10 1f Lot 21 auid all Lots 22 to 27.
30 '1 bik S7. Maxant Tract .. .. .. .. 42
3 7 0rnkn.own ..........Lots 17 and IS. blk 113. 11axant Tract 42
W .1. Bicker........W of lot 340, blk. 19. 01 City ....
30 4 7. 5 L. Boley............All lot 245, Exc. E. 50 ft. of S. 160 ft.
0 k. 31, Old City.. .. .. .. .. ..
2 3 6 13 Th'. lLahnunt ..... N. 40 ft. of lot 246, blk. 13, Old City..
2 30 1Mrs. 1;-:; Grant.....Wt lot 203. hlk. 25, Old City......
2 3) 91 I. A. Griffin........Lot 145, blk. 20, Old City...... ..
lar-ini..........S. 40 ft. Arpent lot 73. Old City......
2 30 4 1U l,,ouisville & Nashville
H. R. Co..........W. 14 ft. of E. 96 ft. Arpent lot 30. Old
6 12 City. ..... ...... .. .........
2 30 1 9i11. M. McArthur.....W. 100 ft. of N. 120 ft. lot 78, Arpent
2 30 1 5i Old City .. .. .. .. .... ........
Ei st. A. ,crcGee.......E% lot 326, hik. 31, Old Citv........
2 30 1 1 C'. R., lot 329. blk. 21, Old Cir-. ..... ..
Est. Eben Moreno... ILt 374, cemetery lots, Old City .. .
2 30 1 69 Effle McDonald Rivers N. 70 ft. lots 342 and 343, blk. 20,
Old City........ ...... ... ..
2 30 7 7 'Dora Rosique........W% lot 150. blk. 18, Old City......
2 30 9 27 Jane Scholls........N. 46 ft. of S. 81 ft. of E. 168 Arpent
S 01! lot 84, Old City.. ... .. .. ..
iy t;'D. D. Shuttleworth..N% lot 297, Blk. 17, Old City......
I). D. Shuttleworth..W% lot 367, blk. 25, Old City ......
T 30 1 05 Frank Touart.......W% lot 326. blk. 21, Old City......
iMitchell Touart....Lot 330, bllk. 21. Old City..........
2 30 1 05 Mrs. Joe Wyer.....Lot 183, blk. 27. Old City..........
S Unknown.........E% lot 397 (cemetery lots), Old City..
2 30 1 31 Rev. J. A. Baasen...Lots 273, Old City........ ......
2 30 65 Rev. J. A. Baasen ...Lots 393 and W% of 394 and of 397,
Old City.. .. .. .. ... .. .... ..
2 30 1 31 C. Corner...........Lot 5, bik. 33. Dallas Tract........... 27
1 4 Est. M. A. Caro.....Lots 2, 3 and 5 to 7, blk. 38, Dallas
Tract.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ........ 27 2
2 30 3 07 Coner and
Kupfrian..........T.ot 3. blk. 11, Dallas Tract......... 27 2
1 16 G. A. Eggart........Lots 7 and 8, blk. 21, Dallas Tract.. 27 2
1 29 J. F. O Shanghnessy Lots 2 to 4, blk. 73, Dallas Tract.... 27
2 76 Hen-ietta*'Parker.... Lot 4, blk. 11, Dallas Tract........ 27 2
3 95 Est. Adam Thompson Lot 2. blk. 18, Dallas Tract.. .. .. .. 27
Unknown............S. 30 ft. lot 4, blk. 52, Dallas Tract .. 27
1 45 Maria Baccus........t 6, blk. 3, Doneldson Tract......
inm. Fisher.........Lots 1 to 7, blk. 45, Donelson Tract..
56 Mrs. L. Gasseman. .W. 10 ft. lot 6 and all of lot 7, bik. 47,
88 Donelson Tract ...... .. .. ..
11 9 Margaret Kelly......N. 140 ft. of lot 11, blk. 2, Donelson
6 74 Tract.......... .. .. .-. .. ..
Florence Joseph.....Lot 9, blk 34, Doneldson Tract....
14 11 Jos. Licata.. ........ S. 27 ft. of N. 127 ft. of E. 80 ft., blk
6 23 3, Doneldson Tract...... .. ..
2 7' N. C. McMillan..Lot 8 and E% lot 9, blk. 45, Doneldson
91 Tract...... .... .. .. .. ....
S4 E. Maloney.......... S. 38 ft. lots 38 and 39 and N 2 ft. lot
13 71 21, blk. 38, Doneldson Tract ....
1 1' Thos. P. Maloney....N. 47 ft. lots 38 and 39, blk. 38, Don-
Seldson Tract.. ... .. .. .. ..
1 41 J. E. Strazzula.......E. 33 ft. of S. 125 lot 67, blk. 3, Don-
5 72 eldson Tract.... .. .. .. .. ....
2 17 Chas. Vanmetre.....E% lot 25 aind all 26, blk. 46, Donel-
son Tract...... .......... .
l M. M. Caro........50 ft. W. front, 6 ft. going S. and 150 ft
Sdeep, blk 109 Petterson Addition 40 2
E. H. Hogshead..Lots 7 and 8. blk 98, Petterson Addition 40 2
13 Mrs. Marinovich .....Lots 11 and 12, blk. 8S, Petterson Ad-
1 29 dition...... .. .. .. .. .. .. 40 2
4 *lJohn H. Johnson.....Lots 21 and 22, blk 26, Water Front
2 17 A. Lischkoff.........Lots 7 and 8 and 17 and 18 and parts
8, 4, 5 and 6, blk. 28 Water Front
3 -" .\. Lischkoff........Lots 7 and 8 and 17 and 18, blk. 31,
S24 A s oWater Front........ .........
S-4 A. Lischkoff........ Parts lots 2, 3 and 4 blk. 38, Water
1 02 Front ........................
1Jno. Martin..........Part B" blk. 32, Water Frot......
'2 T. H. Woodard......Part lots 8 and 9. blk. 34, Water Front
R. M. Avery........N% of lot 16, all of 6 to 15, blk 83,
4 VWest King Tract........... 28
7 5 E C Allen..........Lot 7. blk. 43. West King Tract.. .. 28 3
liirke Bardwell ....Lots 5 and 6. blk. 42. West King Tract 24 2
7... o" '. Burnett. .....Lot 13, blk 65. West King Tract.... 28 1
,;, ,';!ah.;l,; Buttler......W 28 ft. of lots 1 to 5, bilk. 116,
3 ad W,-: King Tract.. ........ .. .. 28 2
: T. and A. Betts...Lots 7 and 8. blk. lb, West B!ng Tract 28 2
S I. I'ley:...... ......Lot 1, blk 85, West King Tract...... 28 2
1 6 (; ,-^;tt.........Lot 19 blk. 119, West King Tract.... 28, 2
9, + .,. i (i (r,;ktt....Lots 19 and 20, blk. 4. We.,t King Tract 28 2
S2'' H rentcL Cro,:kett....W. 60 ft. of East 120 ft. of blk. 117,
,, ,, W est King Tract. . .. .. .. ... .28 2
.' F. D)avdson .Lot 5. blk. 53, West King Tract...... 28 2
!ia::.e-r E. Dean.....S. 122 ft. of lot 24 and E 35 ft. of lots

3 08
1 79
9 27

36 10
12 I3

7 5W


2 216
5 73
2 "

11 4s
7 6a

4 35
2 30 64

30 1 6O

30 1 44
30 3 63
S830 153

3 10 54
2 5
1 16

5 24

10 56
4 46

1 56

4 85

4 35

6 1i

9 13

30 a

5 24

4 $5

0 4 48
30 2 1t
30 3 19



1 09
1 86
1 41

2 49
1 29

30 1 04

30 8S
30 45 O
30 3 22
30 4

30 14 11

30 2 5s

10 1 04
30 3 57
30 3 19
10 4 43
10 2 69
10 64

310 4

10 4 35

10 6 s

30 118

10 7 9

0 98

(Continu on Page Three.)




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Your Boys

Will Soon

Start to


)oine In and look thro
our line of Bo's and Chila'ri
Clothing. We make a special
of carrying the best line
Children's clothing in the c
because we know they will
be men buying their own cl
Ing, and we want them to c
tinue buying clothes wth
their mothers bought th
when they were children,
the only way to do this is
give them the best values n

C. C. 0eodman, QOO. Arneprg

T_ oilT GCO Mai et
Daylen ad Intedenda -



B PPRIyu kee Mhandy for ini& M S u
di'te usme, a bottle of

Braidentown Herald Goes for Ma- HAMLINS Dr. Byrd, Now in Pensacola, Writes

rio Com nty Kickers in I T nterestinglyof the Methods ,
u Strong Terms. of the Insect t

alty I Dr. Hiram Byrd, assistant to the
of The Braldentown Herald comes out apain re I state health officer of Florida. has de
;boldly in defense of Gov. Broward's mrvelOu pain remeyvoted considerable time and paid close
city appointment of County Judge Bell. In ill quickly relieve the spasMU attention to study of all classes or
Marion county, which was done with- which Wrack the tortured n species of mosquitoes. He has writ-
o ut the indIrsement of the coton a number of most excellent art'-
S out the endorsement of the county if taken internally, will per cles upon mosquitoes and their habits,
ore committee. The Herald says: aa.ntly mre h C Um a of t and his articles on the stegomyia fas-
-The Marion county Democracy (so ciatia. the yellow fever-carrying rmos-
hlem' "Te arion cout (so n e quito, have been given great publicity
h called), with th8 press, are going w!ldu for ttracted coniderable attention
to in their censure of Gov. Broward for "I hd been r andattractedical fnsiderableatternity. ion:
SOW. making an appointment of county TS,1" riteS O$al U ill, Of The following, from Dr. Byrd, on the
judge in that county without consult- aritt &, "from the frigh biting habits of the stegomyla fasc a-
ing the Democratic executive commit- pais of eurala and never will prove of special interest at
tee. The same course of action awas 0-md any re=ztcy that would give Contradictory Statements.
taken in some other counties
Gov. Jennings adopted the same ridf, until I tried Hfaml m Next to knowing at sight the m,-'
course. ButJennint is adoptedent the same qper. uito himself, nothing is more imporir
course. But it is evident that the po-o W Or WO i Chic eaeced o tant than to know the biting habits of
pie are young in Democratic and con- nanent; Cure." Price 500 and $1. the stegomyIa fasciatia.
stitutional law, and the resolutions g g,' cetrr-.ended by I have seen very ltrtle literature
er adopted by the Marion county com- WHITE'S PHARMACY, uponthis particular phais eof l 'u
mittee show a want of knowledge upon Phone 180, Night Phone 44. tory, part claiming that that he bites
hlUZ 5, 0 LP dr Pensacola, Fla. I *ii ,. in .n..a t ti. o.i mrt that

tneir pJart to ilemocrati c utsagt e
before the Populistic mididleof-the-
road-sub-treasury Democrats got an
unmerited position In the Democratic,
ranks and councils.
The Governor's Duty.

ri ro 0%LI rA rl i% ip M IIgr

nlil.ii. 11 lilt* Ul,, "rile ; -A ntl lt h-11mu
he is of purely nocturnal habits. It
is the purpose of this article. :h re-
fore. to state the conditions under
which he bites and doe-n't b;it. as 1
have observed them myself, and 'o
Interpret certain well known phe

W se 1n mg"o Ul I Uil i The constitution of the state gives I II Mate Before Biting.
S EATS AND VEGETABLES POUL the power and makes it the duy of Only the females bite, arid these not
Y .Ar AN vETIfSE, ASUO the Governor to make all such ap- U LI U 5 U till after they have mated. Having
TRY AND SAME I: iEAtON, pointments. And nowhere is there any once mated they are always fertile,
FREE DELIVERY. word or paragraph indicating any and though they may deposit, during
ower in the Governor to delegate Flife, several litters of eggs. (hey di
SJONANAG hat power in the Governor to delete2x4 cTampa Times Think Florid IS not need to mate a second time.
P N 89 that power to any little 2x4 commi I After mating the females go in quest
SPHONE O tee. On the contrary, it imposes the BBest Place to Spend the of blood. When they bite they fill the
responsibility on him; and, while stomach very full. They will not hi:e
i. WHITE, it is a part of Democ-atic privilege Summer Time. any more now till that !s all diested.w
This takes two to three days wh'ii
and policy for all to petition 'he ov-
T jl i. ernor to settle their choice, onit is on The Tampa Times says: The sum- the weather is warm, but when it is
a" e O l a permission and not a law oftoee their cpct nr- mer flittings, which have been .) cool the vital processes are a little
Sperission and not a law of the pOr- Wnumerous during the past few weeks.' slower, a it takes somewhat longer.
E. P o r hioce h dfua.-have almost alto:e:her ceased, and- The stegomyla fasciata have two
m "This policy was never heard of un 'almost the only people now c eavsnd daily martin; periods; one in the morn.
til the Popults undertook to dictate the cy are those wh go to enjoy a ng, which lasts from early dawn till
TERSELY TOLD. o th art nin te conve. ton ae am brief vacation and escort their wives 9 or 10 o'clock. and one in the after-
S pa that nominated Gov. MItche:l. And and families back to the c. Within noon. which lasts from 4 or 5 o'clock
we are advised by a delegate who was and families back to the ci there till dark. They occasionally mate at
in that convention that every straigh- a few weeks more cooler weather w all hours of da, pailarl if
son are at Democrat protested and have set in and Tampa will be in the all hours of the day, partilarly if i
ended ve N. C.. where they il eresy and ket the con-midt of a winr season whch prom-
remain for several weeks. mention for two days ,aitin; on the ises to be the gayest, most lively andi Begin Early in Morning.
o port, KT., ews: Mr. Chase. platform committee and finally eld-mot sucesful in her history.Per- They begin biting also at early
o dorft ily, .. N s: Mr. Chas., platform comme ttee, and finally yield- haps a larger number of Tampa pen- dawn. and by 9 or 10 o'clock the bit-
ott and family, of Pe ooa, Fa.,ed at the request of the simon-pue pie have gone north or to the mou. ing has reached its height. So it co-
arrived here Monday night to visit Democrats. who claimed that the par-
J.'iUtwe, Mrs. Geo. W. Snort. Mr.' ty would see that it was unconstitu-' tains this summer than ever befor- tinues till they have becQmp mated uir
will be h Mrs. Geo. W. ort. t wonal and voidsee thand it was unonsuld have although not so many n proportion till the afternoon draws on After 5
Ott nd be here or twooh r o een tonal and void and would have part a during previous years, owing tour or 6.o'alock the biting sbitdes in a
moeth and whle here ~wil open a1 binding force on the party. increased pcpulatien. Tampa hls measure, but does not ",bmpleteiy
pture galery in the Ocize buildlngK Babes of Democracy. been well represented at all of tic cease till the lights are out at night.
Mr. rottrerl Is a fie artist and knows 'be l-ppreibothd at
s. Gotten s a No these new-born bnbes of Dm. leading resorts both north and south ,If they ever bite in the dark it is the
business.Now these new-bornabes of Dem- and Tampa tourists hav gone all over rarest exception. It is to be added,
The circulation department of Theb ocracy prate about Democrtic princi-the United States spreading the fame Just here that during the noon hours
urnal several days ago opened a ples and usages when they don't know of our city an l her beauties of c'l- of our hottest and brightest days the
oo e room No. Salisbury building. enough to know that Mrion county mate and surroundings biting subsides a little.
W. Government street, with Mr. thts. was represented In that convention Uaka Sprns Tenn.. has been a And, though they bite only in the
T. Stewart in charge Subscriptions by men who were not Democrats, biu Unaka Springs, Tenn.. has been a And, though they bite .ily in the
tew received chargcco s paid a nd re treasury Popul ts, who advocated popular resort with Tampa people thn- day, they assiduously avoid sunlie1t.,
are received account paid and re theories that were wholly s avoatubversve season, as many of our prominent res. I doubt f one ever makes an attack.
Ceipta rendered at that place, which to eo hat werine u idents formerly lived in that section. no matter how hungry, where the sun
$ out of the quarantne district. Copy le of Democratic principles and usaes and at one ;time the Tampa colony at is shining, or even ventures into sun.
r adveisement may also be let The Mariolen fight was waged bitterly band the resort numbered no less than light when it can be avoided. If taken
terIe. Phone No*e and is the old the Dmocracy has never fully recov- thirty people. Other Tennessee r-- into the sun In captivity they become
umber. 38 is bie oy. c:l for 38 withPred from the work done in thatrcon. sorts and Lowns have also had a num-. restless. Even in the wriggler and
S extra. 3 is buand your wants will r mention. Therefore. all these blood ber of vskors f.-om Tampa. pupa stages they seek the shady part
ve proma and your want will reand thunder resolutions core wit Hot Sprlnzs. Ark. has as usual been of the vessel.
eive prompt attention. ery bad grace from these new-fledg- popular, and a numbe- of our leading Avoid Light and Wind.
Id Democrats who disregarded the families have according to custom Not only do they avoid the d!-ect

To ge the "BEST EVER MADE" strict author of Democracy and cen. spent part of the summiner at the re-
h Extracts buy Blue Ribbon Lemon sure our painstaking Governor for sx- soTt.
ad Vanilla. The mountains of North Carolina

Jta Braswell, about six years or
age, was painfully injured yest -rday
afternoon. when he was s,'ruck on the
bead by the cross tree of a "merry-ge-
The boy and a number of others
were enjoying themselvess when the'
heroes piece fell. striking him on the,
bead and inflicting a wound about two!
Inches in length.
Cured of Lame Back After 15 Years
of Suffering

"I had been troubled with lame back
er fifteen years and I found a com-
plete recovery in the use of Chai.i
berla'n's Pain Balm.' says John G
Bisber. Giillam. Ind This lniment :s
also without an equal for sprains and
bruises Ft is for sale by a:l drug


At a conference of the members of
the advisory board of the Pensac.ia
Classical School who remain in thb,
citv. Messrs. F C Brent. C. F. Zeek.
H. H Thornton, Sol Cahn. A. M.
Avery. W A D'Alebe-r'e. Walker
4 Anderson and Dr Lou!s deM Blocker.
k has been deemed advisa';e to po.'-
pone the date of opening the coming
session of the- school from Sep:emnber
16 to Oc'ob.-r 2, if condi:Tons in the
city are suet. I- to justf:fN an opening
y tLbat dat.

Fifteen cei.t:. per doz'n paid f,,r
e mpi Bosso v'.o::'es at N:ck's res-

Thc Persa'r. Hu<':ness Co'llec h is
suspended u: ':* :h,- f verv s:;uation
raR--ants :'- o,;,i ling

#e open
Ssep: I w

have always been in favor with Tainm-
pa people. and not. less so this sum
mer than usual. Many have summer-

light of the sun, but they also avoid
bright skylight, creeping up
ly on the shaded side, when they go
to make an attack.
They likewise avoid the wind, sel-
dom attacking even In a moderate

ed at Asheville. Waynesville and Hen- breeze, and then always on the lee-'
dersonville, while those with tastes ward side. I
which pro-apte, thcm to seek less They are also shy of motion-eat-,
crowde'd resoris have found fresh ?t, ly driven away, but persistent to re-
and chickens in little nooks of he turn.
mountains. Dr. and Mrs. H. T. Lykes, Stegomyia is Wary.
have entertained a number of Tampai Upon the whole, the eregomyia fec
friends at their pretty summer- home,U
s CGolden Rod. near Wavnesville. -- --
c Georgia, Alabama. Virginia and the
northern states have received thpirU PURE -EVlDEtCE4
share of visi;s. while many Tampaites ____
have found refuges from the heat by' t is Coming In Rapidly in Pensacol .
Tgoinh into Canada. i Evidence on the following subject,
been weil known and appreciated is. will prove of interest to every Pensa-
every year beomng more popular cola reader. So many people go
Sphere. and this summer Texas, Califor- through th sae s experience daily
-, nia and Colo:ado received a quota of This public statement should be proof
S summer visitors. Qu~te a number via- positive to every wavering doubter.
ited Portland. Ore and were preentRead it carefully:
Sat the Lewisan Ore and Cla wer e preosition.t, John Stearns, ship carpenter by
Y ourthe ewis andClrkExposiion trade, living on West Zarragossa
,Your poeeWhile quite a number of Tampa street, says: ""Doan's Kidney Pills
people sought .heir summer pleasu.Cs proved more than a bonanza to me
le o th, resorts of the mountains and: when I was in a pretty bad condition
Reflects the far nor:h. not a few remained in I had backache, indigestion and slug.
F-,orida and fared as well as anyone gish kidneys. The kidney secretions
White Springs. Clearwater, Sarasota, were not normal and caused me in-
and other Florida resorts were ove -' convenience. There was also more'
flowed with visitors from Tampa, or less brickdust sediment and they
q And Dothin in the while hundreds of Tampa people sperit were of a reddish and unnatural color
nhaes ooe's ood taste as d es the summer or portions of it at Green I also had spells of dizziness and se.
hm, one'godU*ao st Springs. Just just across Tampa Bay. ere headaches. My back ached after
china bc-a-brac and poetry that dis Florida is in summer the equal of a hard day's work and often it was as
played. almost any resort in the United Statesmuch as I could do to get home in
q factoiep o ese and a cizen of Tampa can remain at the evening on account of my back
s~reseachyearhundreds ofdhumndsof home. enjoy cool evenings and good paining me so across the kidneys
artaj tht tcm lnerthe enralcha-health. amusing. himself bh short ex- By accident I came across an adver
artle ttcome ueru general c rsions down the coast or upon the tisement about Doan's Kidney Pills
actenizatoo bnc-a-br and art pottery. waters near Tampa. This fact is be and thinking that they might help me.
Save dthe mark ing realized and while Tampa on ac- I procured a box at Sidney Kahn's
Tere are many dt ma of merito. c- unt of her increased population, drug store. No. 9 South Palafox
ous artic-Le sent here., A. n d sends every y.rr a larger nuniber of street. The first box helped
ousartes sent er, oo. An some turists north, a greaCor proportion of me wonderfully and I continued the
are dirt cheap. her citizens stay in Fl--.rida and enjoy treatment. The secreoions from the,
q We are specialib in the ina bmins. h ha* themselves. kidneys were entirely corrected and
oW wol attend. We mil We experts. lTha's why backache become a thing of the past.
you wll fd the chaocer t thip here always-in- while the indigestion from which I
cioudthem ieriorous'dirt-cheap.' serving his prerogatives and discharg- had suffered was relieved, as well as
q You don't risk your reputation for good takt in his duty fearlessly, the headaches and dizziness. I can
bae no matr what you alct. ""The Democrats of the state are: say both from experience and observ'a-


fur rerf:o no:ictr y store wil!,
from 7.3C a. m. until 5 p. m

well aware that Democratic executive
committees everywhere have proved
too pliant for perfect trustfulness. and!
until it can be shown that the Gov-
ernor's appointee is a wholly unfit per-.
son for the office Marion county owes'
the Governor an apology for theirt
i peevish ,?--4 unjustifable rebellion."

tion that Dean's Kidney Pills are a re-
liable kidney remedy."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foeter-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo.,
N. Y.. sole agents for the United,
Remember the name-Doan's--and,
take no other. i






S-- hirt Waists *

50 pieces White Torchon, Clung
Plat Val Laces, worth Sc,. 10c
and 12t-c per yard, choice of
entire line for.... .... .. ... 5

Pillow Shams, Etc.

25c White Lace Pilow Shams, now
only .... .. .. ............ 19c
Best 50c B:eached Shee's, special.45c
1214c Bl:eached Pillow Cases only 10c
Best 14c Bleached Pillow Cases
Now............... ..... ..11C
Best 69c Mohawk Valley Bloache'1
Sheets, torn and hemmed, spe-
cial cut price .. .. .. .. ... . 59c
75e 104 White Bed preads to go at 59c
$1.00 10-4 White Bed Spreads
to go at.. .. .. .. .... . .. 75c
$1. 50 104 Extra Fine Sprea,ls. to
go at...... ... .. .. .. .. 1.19


One lot of White Crash Towels
regular 5c kind. to go now at.. 3c
50 doz. 1Sx34 Bleached Huck Tow-
els, regular 10c value, special
cut price. . .. .. .... .... 7c
50 doz. 21x45 inch Bleached Extra
quality Huck Towels. regular
12%c kind. special price Sa!-
urday. . . . . . . . 9

Take your choice of our $1.50 and
$1.75 White Lawn Waists, while
They last for.. .. .. .. .... ..79
All our Finer Walets lees than aotua
$1.23 White, Blue or Black Duck
Skirts to close out now for.... 79

One ease of New Granite Flannel.
ettes, in choice styles for wrap.
pers, kimonos, dressing saques,
etc.. the lc kind, to introduce
them Saturday.. .. .. .. ..100

Special Bargains in

Muslin Underwear.

We will place on sale Saturday
morning the greatest values ever op
fcr d in Muslin, IAwns, Drawers, Corset Covers and Skirts.
See the special Bargains at 19o, 256
39c, 4sc, 75c and 98c per garment
Your Money Back If you can mateh


Mosquito Nets Extra quality in
10 yard pieces, regular 80c kind
our cut price .. .... ........
" 5c Cheese Cloth, for screening
houses, our cut price, per yard 30

Bargains From 9 to 10 a. m. Saturday

10 yards of 36 inch Best Clover
Brand Bleached lmni-'tc for. .48c
10 yards Fine I!ae;-'hel (Goodnight
Cambri,'. to go for.. .. . .... 87c
20 yards Fine lIc WVh', e Inda IAn-
(.n, flr n t 1 9 to )10 ;i a i. for'.. ..95c

10 yards Best 20c White India Lin-
en to go from 9 to 10 a. m. for. .890
50 doz. Men's and Boys' Percale
Shirts, all good styles, special..250


(Cniudfo eodPg.

clatus is the nm.:):t way m.IN') h
which I am f:rn'li'i:. (T' : '
point of attack -- :, : "'i.
the shadeld '-- h r. e r, f : r i
noiters the gr.'" ;p)P T '
ing the cha: ,' .. f t i' ''. ;, .-' "
delights of ti. . *t. ' :,' v, i-
tures to llgh Atni 1t a:;. y w;.n h
does light he ,:. ), : .' ,n,- '
to bite, but wv .'-. '" it
he Is g?'- l Io::- .' i .
watching, : ::' "',
hack and fto"' r *, i '" \,' i he o i,,- : i :
F i n a .l .y w :: ':! i ; ,t -'t ,
! he(ibl hs 1 : .1: 'i '
iprohU Isc -1 fo,- '' '! t
h.t iinT r ll "I ,.L ; .1" .', " ;punu I ;


r Description.


1T -is

145. West King Tract .. .. .. ..
A. M. Mc2il:Ian .....Lots 21 and 22, blk 56, West King
Tract . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
'IcM i'1:,in
an. \Vilan-. ...... -1 bik. J49 W est King Tract'......
II IV. Marshall .....Lot 10. b1k 4'3. West King Tr-ic ....
I:, ,il :;" .V. It I,,,s 1 to 4, blk 64, W e-st King
Tract ...... .. .. .... ...
SI, Pm'lmnr ..... Irots 16 an) 17, blk 28, West King
Tract .... .. .. .... .. .. ...
Stlhn;.o.n & .ones-..T itj 12 to 23. ilk It. West King Tract
.. >-> ,2 .I.t -?I1 blk l 4 W 'r, f K in Trart -

and listens. -:o t ........ pt .
and li.-t1ns. ': p ;: n' x Sanfr:i...... Lots 7 and S. hik 2.
ast mwiifven>, n l ,v, k, Sir. :. ......... E CO ft of E 6i) ft ,
tim will frig:."' n' 1 .. blk 117. Wect Ki:
May Enjoy Relative Safety. W\Vn Sni'h .........S blk 141. West
w. k fact th c a'-l'-rne ses. .W 50 ft of N 11'.
Now. it 1- a w,; k* lwno f act a (a rin R s... 0 t K: .En T
during an pl), of yellow fev. c .....:.. W bik. 1 We
people may %-:sco tthe ,sri(keln city t, \. H. ScJt . Lilk \V.
thpeop day rime. ant th sra .ng 'fr.' A. B. Thompson .... Lots 16 anl 17, 1
night enj.,y a r.liative safe v. Thee t a i. .k 22. Wes
two farts ee-ml to conrrict arn Mr W. (' Vani .I.ort 3, 1blk 22. a 1
,,ter, for If the mosquito bes in th T. C. Watson & C I. Lots 13, i an. 15
day time ins-ead of the night., how is LWiggns...... .It !ik Tract W-
it that one takes 1--s risk going I-t C. L. Wiggin .......9Lo ft Ii, ts to l
infected territory in the day time than .W ...... Tract i to 1
he does to sptn- Itho night there? 21 and 22. .
To answer this perf,-ctly rational in. A. Wood .......Lots 21 and 22.
quiry requires tha s ral t'hi-gs i,- W* 25. Petter
borne In mind. no; only ~oncerning t..e .t.* .- KS Water.. it 25. Pettorsen
mosqui:(o's habits, hut 'he individual King Trato 2
as well. A a rule on'y men "ake s- .' P. I Yonge, Trustee. Lots 18t 23. .
risks. Th, v o to t wn in he, tay! O
art1n To^ si tnss bitt ecve again P. K. Yonge, Trustee.Lota 19, 20, 21, 22,
with the greOat~t p ssib!e dispa.. Tr bk .......
S e C. r. Yonge. No. 2. .NW'.blkl 9, W.-
Smoke Keeos Them Away. k'own .. .....It 22, blk 11. W
Most men smoke. Es',cially :; this '.;nk own ...........T : ', '.blk 2'. We
true in *he proe.nce of di.-ast'. Smok- U:'.own ..........Lot 1,. 1ik 37, W.
ing he:ps to keep mosquitoes away., lnkionwn ..........E 50 ft of "W 9 f
They attend to buLiness in a hu-.r'. West King Tra
This keeps them on the mrvo. 1" has Un:rno-n .......... L', 3, b:k 93n. W.,
been nolnted out ab, -e that t''.e ste .- i rinown..........Fra,'tonal blr,1k I- 7
omyla fasciatus wili be frighten--l M1 ary 0. Ta'e.........I zY 9. 10. .13. 14 a
away by the least motion. A go-il 1ing Trac- ..
portion of their time is spen* in TIe
open air-the breeze is protecti- -
And whIle in the sunshine they a-:, all.
practically safe. for, as has been st'-1i
above the stegomyia fasciauiis avoi ls Great Risks Are Taken.
-inlight. Furthermore, when a man Ou the other hand. an individual
voluntarily takes such chances on a-. nf trr
count of business interests he keeps spending the nighr ;n infected terrl-
as well out of the infected territory story takes great risk, because the mos-
as possible. Now, with all these fac- quit b! es late into the night and be-
,ors working in his favor the chances e!ns again eard- in the morning, an-I
are that he will escape, bu: occasion- :he .,unitrh. whrih is a res.r.ainlnnz
ally he is overtaken in spite of them Influenc-, is wantIng in the evening;'

. W' st KJng Tract
,If W 180 ft of N't
1 Tract .. .... ..
King Tract......
) ft uf N"V4, bIk
ract .. .. .. .. ..
. King Tract....
,\V 19, West Ki .g
. King Trarct......
, blk. 106 West
'et King Tract....
Sbk 41, West K:ng
Ik 97, W .~t King
div., blk 22. West.
ulk 12 W,'.' King
rk f4, West King
.st King Trier'....
-,- '" *, Trayc .. .
so. King Trar:'....
: King Trarr ...
of NE--. b!k 57,
SKng T-acr ....
7. West King Trar't
n I 11;, bIk 30), We-st
.. . .. .. ....



36 29


30 1


2 34 1 3

2 30
2 30 28 1
a 30 i
2 30 aT
2 30 16It
3 30 3 57
3 30 4 20
3 30 7 0
32 9 1 1
2 30 4
3 30 Is
3 30 1
2 30 1 61
2 30 78
3 30 91
2 30 91

1 3
3 34

and, the indivlual wake;s in the momr
Indeed, it is not unlikely that more
infections take place a1 this early hour
than any other :ime of day. At that
time there is usually a dead calm, and
the light it not *oa severe, and t
slumbe'-rer lies motionless-the
.-- combination conceivable
fastidious habits of the yellow


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Dily. WeIyy. Sunda.


P RANK L. MAT fAeTI m M RNmmI M n1. M

OK Te ar ..."h.eolowin paes |n Wea.. M
se Metom.......... In nB > O Week ........... *S
t1e My ........ 1H Wee Bey 4httlh rYi* 1 in
ftmw we. at o nmeo Staes.


O uews 113 But Goierumeat strut. I
TR tiu ONE No. T


4- The Pensacola Journal is on * slarae fe.-"w i'
sale at the following places in ---h
i the (ity: Henry Beach Needham writes in
Escambia Hotel. th, Sepember Country Calcnia::
S Bay Hotel. Mosquito larvae(-. or wiigg3, as
4- Coe's Book Stor thhy ar'c termed. require? water for
Depot News Stand. X ahtir theve'opment. A hav shower
p Lewis House. tne air is ful! of mnoistur-. evaporates
Mercharts Hot. slowly. Then. too, thi heat favors
Southern Hotel. s the 'rw h of t crarganisms oni
S Thompson's Book Store. 'which the' larvae fee1: wrielers
Wagand Iece Creaim Parlor. r fo l un in rhe water fo.-v -aen' hours
S Wagenheem's News Stand. vt after their' formation wi!l hav plenty
#* Walker's Book Store. gs '1 food, and a iult mhsql',es will ap-
S oo pq-er six to eirht dayo oft.-r 'be egzs
way' s;- er~-v-*- are laid. Clear wiathor with quick
evaporation, intorfei-., within the de-
Sv GOING AWAY? S season wi'h plenty of raip, but within
uinshiiin. drying weather intervening.j
When you leave the clt$ for your is not oo mos,.uio wea i her.' 1, vacation have The Pensacola "Inasnmuch as the r-n nation of rnos-
Joumr,' follow you. Notify circula- quitmes appear to tormeit m.ntin within
t -.r. Ph.p S&. t n days. at the ;onze-,*. after the
-.s :re laid. a a batth l i:0 by a
;o.tale mosquii) cor.nains fr-cnim two
P s:x oC Biusiness Men 'from .a'rh ea m.tisue a iarva o ,
vrigC,.r which In sx days will be an:
Putting on a Bold Front. : msi on the in-it is to
Thc .Joirna'" t..k. occasion tni ;.' hc.destructioin of the larvae that at-'
t :,u'irn: ,. < .:rait atr tb. m :-- l(ition shonlid be direct i. The larvae
han ,n a n the spend, i a slendea r organism, white or gray
:,I, ht- ,n .,a n tiu color, comprising eight segments.
ape.ra w',, the-, maintain lor 1 he last of t hese, parts is in the form
i'.r '- ": iinz the present ye ofa a tube, through which the wriggler:
,, ,, si n rath s. A!bough ii s hal it is the
l- h:s i.:anife=te! in th, water, it must come to the surface to
S. h breathe, therefore iqs natural: pos;: io
srwpo- v. h they are giving the ,i head down and tail. or respiratory-
..< ,; ', h.. e ciy, an examp:e, tube. rp. Now. if oil is spread ( n the,
of w'" a- :.I ,, soon in the alvertis- surface of a p ): inhabited '.y i'"'.-
ic'- i .- ,' Th- orna o-,av. qui:o larvae, the wrigglers are denied
,., ,o, fe ver may aff-rcT busi- aces to the air which tny must,
h -t.\. Therefore. thby drown juFt a'I
, i:, l:.- a. the business men any other air-breathing animal wou!(l
o' "-, c y all rcaize. we think, the j.-,wn undtr similar c ircumstances.";
wtinp.;:; ; .1 f a bIold -
froat a v' a pu-'ng up a bol-ld '
:; *.uup;,':,. -he (i1,*ase. .- COMPTROLLER CROOM N
Th ,:'y !::' '" nltin h"l bi NY, FOR GOVERNOR. 1
f'ont to :1 i'1l, 'c is ;s hrouzh "he --.
siw papers. The public and ih out- Jasper News.
tilde world generally will judF of .':
the feet of the frver here. entirely,
J- the app(arancr *of the newspapers-i W'le F'orida is blessed with an
they w!il have no othir way to deten' abundance of good. substantial timber
4ine it If th ne spape.s maintat' ut of which to construct a governor.
their Ioeu'ar appearance, well and it appear to the News that there is

ood( if !'h-' 'a'! tI, d. so. the cit..
Jtso," w' 'I l1e ( h, .-,ffrcr.
Th.- busnes men of the city are to
be e-ncra:u;a'ed on their proper ap-
Ipra'ion (of the stitua'on The adr-
quat'e s"ppor of a ne-. paper is noe
a iarg- h'nng t one t! them in-
di hir lut i ;anyf in the a cr>o-
a i "'i a ,' ;. i,'e newspaper,
v' h'rH i'ao.v-C';::e a lh p iiol- eve'r-
dai' t, .;-'b; a t.' "h < -':pr se t'
the ., "

The Journal PWnted Our-
fug August, 1905, a


or an averag"

4, V71

- i.

A -
A -" &._- :


Augus -0 us
'A ,.- -
Ac. --

(7 u 0. ^g s

th .

ing' used as state comptroller, inl
w-hich ihcre can be found no wind-'
shak, nor -pec-kerwood" hole which
is ofk'-.n incidental in the selection of.
material for official purposes.
Churrch (room knows within a short'
Tme, af er iszinnient to ofl ia: po:i-
5iin just what his duties are. thep law
govrniina them. andi mixing these o -
n!:,ab:, and nrc-cssary qua!itie,% wi'h
ra-,. gol -sense he makes at present
A n: ,t! c.mpT roller. anl if called to
*:,l tr.' :ed office of Florida's chieff
e'cenir:vt. for faithful p'rfortrance of
duiy in other public T'.atce he will
make a c,-',,rnor in k,'rping with *he
pirp.w. ~ and dinit:y of ;h- stac.


As rioar an Ovatito mad the Co- i
Srctlos of an Error., being once onr a visit at Mar-
15 secilles. went to the opera ino.."nito to
hear the performance of his "VIllanella
Itapita." Hte had rensou to he tol-
eramily well satisfied till, in the mid.t
a of the principal arlas, the orchestra,
thnr.uh so.m error in the co;,ying of
"W the score. sounded a I) natural where
the composer hbad written D sharp.
T'is subltitutlou did not injure the
harniony. but gave a commonplace
,. *P', claraetotr to the phrase and obscured
'- Va t,,' sentiment of the composer. Mozart
- 19', ir s,:iner heard It thnn he started up
,' v,,*emutly. and from t11: middle of
lCi, pt cried out In a voice of thunder,
V* 1\ i you play D1 sharp. you wretch-

C,7 To sensation produced In the thle-
7 t, r nn. bew imagined. The actors
S'v,.r,- c'-tnded. the lady who was
2. -'t: ;: st ppe)d short. the orchestra
S. f> ;:,v i l:'r example and the au-
S4. (.in 'h '.louil exclamations. de-
S- n.antel llthe expulsion of the offender.
-5 4.S0, lie wna ai- crduincty seized and re-
S 5.20 ;' r-l t,' mine himself. lie did so.
t. t ile ntmen of Mozart the clamor
"' .o~r s,,ilnly s':l-ided into a silence of
3- -.8,1 r.<;, Itful awe. which was s:9tOn suc-
3' o n ce'. '- r":rt',n.t't shouts of applause
fr' ;.:I d- It was insisted that
-. -p.'- -. i'on ld> e recommended. Mo-
r, w7x- .:n.a -,led in the orchestra and
d!r.',, the wth ei performance. This
t:-,' tl I' sharp was played in Its
'- r "er p'iac-. and the musicians them-
S. ,-.~ r.'- surpirls'l at the superior
*. .,: r-oju.-'d. After the opera Mo-
',-': --.; v a e rl-ucei in triumph to his

Obstacles In the Way of

Municipal Ownership
1. Preftssor FRANK J. COOUbOW et Ckutumbba Wavterty

I DO not believe that any general taking over of the street
railways of New York by the city to operate them under the
municipal government at the present time would result in
advantage to the public. If any change is to be made to-
ward the municipalization of our street railways it should be
made, I think, BY CAUTIOUS STEPS. The superiority of mu-
nicipal over private operation of these utilities is not yet an established
axiom. Even if the municipalization of the entire system be the even-
tual wish of the people, it should be arrived at by stages. We hav0
had no education, in the municipal operation of street railways, and
we must learn our lesson little by little-by taking over the lines one
The management of a great street railway system is a complex
affair. It cannot in any way be compared to the conduct of a city's
water supply. There technical ability is at a minimum. The chief
thing in the management of the water service is to find where tho
water is to be drawn from and then to conduct it through a system
of pipes and mains to those who use it. On the other hand, the opera-
tion of a great system of modern street railways, especially those run
by the latest and most developed processes of electrical locomotion,
involves a vast amount of technical knowledge, which I am not at all
sure municipal government can command OR WILL EVEN TAKE
Moreover, the operation of our elevated, subway and surface lines
requires the services of a vast army of men. The number of men
employed in the conduct of any of the other facilities which can be
brought under municipal operation cannot compare with the num-
ber needed here. This adds a further element to the doubt of the
efficiency with which the street railways can be run by the city. In
the water department a comparatively small number of men are em-
ployed, and in the operation of gas and electric lighting companies the
number is scarcely greater.
The greatest difficulty, however, to be encountered in the opera-
tion of public utilities by a municipality lies, I believe, in their
FINANCIAL management. There is always a tendency under
municipal operation where the influence of the ballot can be felt
to increase the wages of subordinates to a figure entirely out of pro-
portion to that reached BY SMALLER LABOR IN PRIVATE
EMPLOYMENT and a corresponding tendency to lower the salaries
of the men at &the top to a point incommensurate with that which they
The result of the first of these tendencies is to make it impossible
for a city to run its car lines as cheaply as they can be run under



vcstedl in this section this season.
I II !1 IKH IIflln The surveyors on the new railroad; aDi it
IITO-M ORROWI I frni lDthan here are making haste I IARIANlNA I
j I/U llUIlilll~ slowly, but will reach us as soon as !.............
,-'au.They larenear Campbellton,
twelve miles north of us with a crew
Sunday Edition Will Be Up to Its ,of over three hundred hands, fLy Special to The Jouml.
Our fai'mers have made good crops Marianna. Sept. S.-Our town is be
Usual Standard and Interest this year and as a result have a boun- ing prepare I for reception of yellow
t :' "harvest. jack. by presenting a clean bill of
'YOung and Old. Our merchants also are doing a' 1'.sth. clean streets and premises.
"ll cl cash business and making This was neoa'ed no little.
g'-.l collections. Our etfficent mayor is urgent, and
The Journal to-morrow will contain e, sickness and our gen- all are anxious to be ready for tV-
lThe Journal to-vmoro. av quiet l:tle town is on a boom. dread scourge.
all of i.s regular Sc ,aday fca'u:-L l',e ICity Drug Store on MeKinnon Rather a pecular incident occurred
and it promises to be an texcept:iaiy s -r will be crrmpleted soon. a few miles from this place this week
interesting eIion. Mrs. C. H. Land is expecting totMr. Ba:lany. 25 years old. was sky-
Thie second nunib ,r of the .," L' intO her new residen-ce on Mag- 'larking with one Tom P10na, eon&
Sherlock Hols detective ser o i ia srect in the near future. what younger. Accidentally A
Sherlock Holnes detective series v. Inocket knife opened in Putman's
appear, in illustrate:I form. This n',in,- JUST AS YOU USED TO DO. hand stabbed Mack Beliany
bcr is entitled "The Norwood aiil- I in the Jiint of the elbow, making a
er," and it is one of the most fas.:. 'ri dreaming a dream in the twilight painful wound but not thought very
eating In this entire series oft master And the years roll away like a tile; erio s. This occurred September 1. sil er creeps back to the golden Scptembor 6 he was attacked
pieces of mystery. Ani you are again at my side. and notwi:hsran,1ing. he had the best
The puzz'e department will al- b- \Wv wande-r through sunny, sweet medical attreni: >n, died with lockja'V
up to its usual stand d, interessin, mea)ows ep-,.nib r 7th.
to children and grown people aii v',. The snowiest daisies grow; Our str-ees are crowded with teams
T I an hi-ar:ng you say, "I1 love you" ,'f varioi- kin l., most of which are
The Journal's As. late;1 Press ,r- .Ju~s as you used to dno oadel wrh the fleecy staple. and cot-
vice will give the chief news e n'I tn s i :. Our farmers are busy
of the outside world, and its !(:ca! .ii-s: as yvou sol to do. ,Iar heart, *: n -i" *;t Q hiaiTnt t:,'4 will he saved
-news service will tell o. all the hap- IIn the ani!he.l i < ( f v.ior,; thl- yO'a than :ie' previous year.
-...--- -- .... ,-'r I)L seoflmv w,:,ia '"

plenings in the city lthat have' rain-
rirel since this edition of the papt
N as issued.
On the whole no reai-r can aff'orl
to miss to-morro'v',' ipi', r i" ',
advertiser can affe! l o ow' (" i.


Special to The Journal.
Cottondale, Sen)t. S.-Mr. O': -ar
W !'".ls, of Chipley, ma'io a bilsines:.
trip to our city Tuesday.
Welch & Massey have ginneJ abtiu'
three h dndreid and seventy-five bai' I
of cotton this season up to (late ait h<'
Southern Cotton Oil plant.
Mr. J IR. Shomaher bought during
the month of August one hund',-d anI
thirty bales of cotton. This lr,-aks,
the record for an early cotton crop ill
this section.
I'. Wilson, of Chipley, made a pro-:
fessional call to our town to-da'-.
Mis.s Kate Massey will visit in
Chipley to-day and to-morrow.
Mvr. J. P. fMathews and family have
niovc'l here from Castleberry, Ala.

" We are glad to have them with us.
private operation and a possible danger of arriving at a deficit at the Mr. Matthews is opening up a mnr-
end of the year, and the very general consequence of the second tend- cantle business on North Main street:
*.. Mr. J. R. Bowles is buying quite n
ency is to place beyond the command of the municipal government lot of cotton seed for the Southern
the services of the BEST men for the higher positions in the service C!coton Oil Co. twis season.
Prof. E. C. Welch, who gradiatncr
and to render the management as a result less efficient. at Tallahassee last year, opene.i up
school here last Monday.
I DO NOT THINK THAT CIVIC VIRTUE -HAS REACHED THAT A large crop of hay has been har-

America's Trade SECURE

With the Orient

By Baron KENTARO KANEKO of Japan
I N the next five or ten years American trade with the far east,
particularly with Japan, WILL EXPAND WITH
The reason is plain. We have to depend on America for!
raw materials, and you have to depend on Japan for raw materials.
Our cotton factories depend ENTIRELY upon American raw cot-
ton. We must depend on you for tobacco leaf. We look to you for
breadstuffs, for iron and steel, cast, bar and sheet iron and machinery.
These things we simply CANNOT make in our country.
On the other hand, we send you raw silk. You cannot raise it.
We give you about $50,000,000 worth of tea each year. In other
things which never compete we provide your country, and the bal-
ance of trade is carried out by this means.
At present we cannot tell when the war will end, but sooner or
later normal business conditions must return. We have spent enor-
mous sums of money. We have had a great strain on our financial
power. It will take four or five years for us to recover, and by that
time the United States will have established A FIRM GRASP
ON THE EAST, since you have such low interest on your money,
such tremendous money power and skillful business men.

Millionaires Are Owned

By Their Millions
M EN do not own millions. IT IS THE MILLIONS THAT
OWN THE MEN. When you have education this is
different. When you gain knowledge it doesn't possess
you, but YOU POSSESS IT and have a treasure. No
matter whether you die worth millions or not, you have something
that is denied the man who is immersed in the accumulation of wealth.
Stock gambling is not a business; it is a. mere PARASITE ON i
If I had a son I should prefer to have him enter upon a profse-
sional career rather than any other. I have been looking largely into
small colleges of late, and I have entered into the college busin. .
as I not long ago entered into the library business. I think a young
man who goes to a small college receives a BlrI"ERi EDUCATION
than at a large one. I like to e men not excelling in football or
things pertaining to the foot, but ewIalling in HEAD expansion.


i:'. a arn's are r,,irl nr UNIVERSITY OF THE
rYair ,'". S', s*:on' ;W, l P IP" STATE OF FLORIDA.
I A.:i' -avint: "I it e you' ___
.1; ,,, -, :,o ,I,. Enimbracing i ,-o allowing subjects:
I. l.aoI ma t, ,nd Li:e:rature--.* four.
S: I from ,iramn. ; .tig to the degree ot
T ,' .:. ,'y Pi' l i' -elor of Arts, Grt- k is not re-
S I.i ,, 'r ,' r. i7t', but is offered as an elective
I ) t' A ', ", '-- '' 'h' t !rt lgili ,; ,oit
I ,'. I r l F ";.1 w7 -- DIiV 1e l -
.t de'e l o the j(,y I .", i (; ;.
F'! hear you say. -"I !,vI ,*-'.'N A r .. (,,:re., 1. Chemit- al course;
IhJ as you use.l to do). Ma'; ca e.aurse: Natural History
-Maurice SmIly, in Tom in 'ire. No -ek and only entrance
Magazine for Septen)er. r in these courses. Ae.
filmr e ci'lrses.
.. III Agrlmrotcre-Four-yefr and tw1
(;(T .i hoy. o1d friend, yoor iiot'ful lda:. itr.rg-Four-year court,
Are now upon the v.-in.; IV' M,-(.;a:ii al. Civil and lectricel
An-I sintpe yl're mnih ,' wnr, for I.r:,_ni. o:-ina, also a two-year course
IvAear. 1:, M.'han!'sa. No Latin or Greek le
We part v.'ihot ,ot p pan. e ,r.qi:', I.1 in III or IV. The full course
Pll (if'-i TIt ha. ci us,1 r on when IT. and I. lead to the do.
Y' 1 sp,' l,'f')'Ori th!e I).i'PoZ- of B iach(Io:' of Science; the shorg
Anlt alightt you i in a n 'rr. race ,,:.s-,s t', a Certificate of Proficlieny.
A\ last upmn my kV,,-. V Pharmacy-- A full two-year coura
Yon'-' been a faithful fl:i-in1 to meP ,, ,,,,Iun in September 1906.
And k'ptr me from stuntroke. V Ntrnial-Three roursm for
But I am glad to say g,.-I.- ,-,r.A one-year eoure eadla to
-ur' you. that's no jok. a i.,.:-if a:-, A three-year course lead-
Yo 11 go the w-ay of ahl straw h !g to ,in iL. I Diploma: A four-year
To som > unk!pmpt tra:.h pil ; course learning to the degree of ache.
An l "hi,,'eh your fate is :,a,. 't!s just, lo. of P ,da ogy.
Brea.ise you aro net in s.' -.. An arnpl- corps of competent teach.
You'%o s-vd mnie wll. my taltiiful li'I, ers. A h!h -.rriculum-Fxpensge IS.
In !r'h. I'!I think of thAt, including board, $120 to $150 per year.
.,tboi!h ,hey sy" it. is had form Fail term opens September 2?, 1906
To g:-ice for one's straw hat. Sen for Catraogue.
-Paul Cook. in Birmingham a zj-ier- ANDREW S[,EDD, Prestdent
a1d. Iake City, Florida.






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CAR OF DYNAMITE caforn Norwest
California and Northwest
i .via

It Skhment Unloaded In City P
Aroeses Citizens to Danger of CRITIC'S W TEr

violent explosion.

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Ci'y is the
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The Miami Record savs: Public IU U I I *L I I J ptnmber 1.'th to Oc',1-'r 1:st. I9;i.
pressure ecme thme ago composed To Ca!ifornia. Oregon, Washington.
city council to pass an orainatee "-og- ASU ff IMontana. I'tah, etc.
ulatiag the handling of dynamite i. Spenal round trip rates to Califor-
the eity. M nia and the ILewis & ("ark Expos!-
ordtnnce has been most flagran:ty S u O tember 2,Sth.
violated, ff those who do business A Ask for through rat from your
near the eene rcan be believed. t aion and steure 1:terature. In-
The story as -i;d ,y a clo wr- W r mnnn frma;ion freely given.
er. is tha. on Tuesday morning a car JF,,nA ,,le company AdOptS J. VN RKNUSZTIAER,
beaning to ,the Southern raEroad. Summary Measures I General A ;ent.
.u.l. numbered l.31,, loaded wi'h l Summary MeSUreS n 1.' Pcachtrop 8:.. Atlanta. Ga.
namite. was hrowght on the s. etrack G. W. EiAY, T. llP. A.
aid located within .50 ftt of the of His Case
fiee of the Bis ayne Lumtbr an, Sup- ""
py company. -F
The ear, it 1 saidL, consignd 1" 7Th Tampa Tm- sayv A repreIEW LEA
E T 3 ru d g e .h ",' a ",, i ). :h ,,', :sa ': ,A \ ',) i,
The car was .ca'! pronp':>- an :i a:r V T FIH
for three days n, n have .ber enm- FIGH TIcN 11 o' -h k h.
Po"-ed in un!oaelng r c f r a r s>
Those who live or do hnines nrnr .(n a'.. ff From Pir. Pa .)
where the car is 1. 'oated are :. (:. ., a a :r n a -n 1 Fro r.. a e.)
phatic in their condemnation ,-f a1- u:: ar' it]r lva f
creless methods of handling T1h- a::a r tn avane. on,, -of hh, 1 h1rge- and was fined twen-
the nian hoV 11 "offT he dT "A lar..
deadly com pound. -, -,, ... ; '" "l "l"r"
Tdead v l w .:w u what r. .a, n at, l ( 'to; r. ,Gu.-rra's '- h i::,arance of the lia!ians still
car load of the explosive Is tronh: r p w hv t ov-ry of.
Into the city. r "r ( a a;.n' ainonz t,'tnmn a i ;;i: makes
nThey want to know why thtyv are t i ., '.. inn. Th'?
subj)e ed to he ,Ia)iliity of a fenrfu' Caused by Critioism. 1n.: inet'::: on :h -n pprei-
asecident hapIpening as a re-uit ('f t i i r'.-:::., 'ha this ac*ton I', " i' 'ffr'- of :i,- an*horilies anti
eAreess anat rpckiis handling. taken a a rcsuiilt o(f Ih' iar.:cr \ hi,. 1.:' w"orkinz ,!n:i,_:: -":.i- race 1to en
IThey want to know wh3 the official. appeared in yc'<-tr,ay ; issue ,of ,,, en p v i : te (rec1,'11:t:-'
have not put a stip Io the flagran' Times, quoting Mr Guerra on th' 'lie
violation of the ordinance. ) luhjert of wa:er ra'-- #in a ;T.:, -'. ,
One of these gentlemen mount inter- in bhe Ti:)e;i. oh, in:i r -' Two M''ore at Natchez.
aeted telephoned the station agent of the water eompan hal, sa: 1 ih Na'ch' Mis.. S' Two r('w
the F. E. C. rathiay on V'.reday. i-' :he a'er rates in, Ta:n.. ,l:I :, :,a w ,:<,*V fcrmine him of the dancer th,, ra:' a- in an- el". In lth,, r \ tlav. i.o" w' ln a -'.; ', ,cndar" in
m-d empany was sub.ieting the com-; Guerra pronliced a receipt ish.)a, ; : f ,':;on ; a- a;;! a' i. T'le cas s to-
aunity to, and received viry cordial a n:a ,: -: ',w 'n d'r ;:eataC:ent,
tlMaks for having called the a:ention aoi .-'a'.; :h 'v- n,,w f,,i.
of the rnM t t e matter, but that Is it is said. all over town. contrary -o
all thet has bee. done up to the pres- law. None at Vizksburg.
Tet te ge.t Dynamite, during hht wca l'er i4 Vi.k-busrE-. M. Sop. .-No new
The eal gotleman has watched, much more dangerous than aT an' cases of ,,',rw f-.vrr appeared here
those who are engaged in unloading' other time: Tbe nitro-glvcerine o: If ,a,.. V
- 9WLy, st anys that their car(-t rntes itself from the carrying material'. ____ __-I
lIenew and foothardines verge on' anid is then made much more lia)le to NOTICE
60criminal. I(xplosion. I NOTICE
Oe laborr has bee seen to pick An orlinance prohibiting the hand Ar.-one o.av:n cla:nis against W1l-
p a boa of dry.mite aan' toss it to ling of the explosive in the city limi, i am F. Sbh. .,han. ~arca s'd. will please
another who catches it about as he except under certain circumstance., I)ressn: same it .!as. H. Sheehan tor
would wte a watermelon. has been passed, anrd if all reports a- pali. rcuit in 3 dii: .-' nimc
The explosive is hauled away mn true, now is the time to test its va- .. iS. H SlESHIHAN,
Imromised wagoos and disposed of. lidity and efilcienry. Pna-.'la. Sep'. 1. ].-05.



ifuly. hvew, Sold, C
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Record of Admissions at Portland
Exposition Shows a Total of
Over 1.500,000.

Portland, Ore. . S- With mora'
than six weeks stL to run. ':, :.i-
stalc.e of the I .wi- ail t'l ark E p, .-
tion registered a ti'tal of- 10., i
missions shortly icoe fa'' hr, c.
on the afternoon of A.ugst 2K. It ,ae."
looks as if the p' li::),m, mad! e.iry
in the season, that ilhe letwtr;,lin''l,
would r-each a total itf ;..,iu.i 0. (
be fulfiled without the shadow ft a
doub .
The Exposition has nma(e a new r ':'-
ord in point of attendance c(ns'i,,"" 1
Iht size or the uum~ a making. the oy'
ilation of the c:t:. of Portlaindl. a ',
the i tinhpr of people, :'esiidltig w:th'a
a (Jai 's journey. Tl:'o atte( nih 'i P f''-i,
the east has been so great :ts t(' '.'
the capacity of the great trans-clo't- "
mental railroad, and for months nea :,"
evpry train coming to Port and it
run in two sections. I
The Fair clos -son October 1.5 an)l
the closing weeks will Ie fill ]of f'-a- -
tures of general interest, lin; ,esIi.caliy '
inte:re'ting i) farmers, tlous .nI s n',
wh:m)n have put off coni:ga to :a, -
pi 1ition until after harvo:st. From r
Sept,-n,,her lO''h to, 29 .h the h )g si.g
stock show ev 'r hi,'ld in the west wii! I
l' Th," pr:ncipal d,'awhinL- card(. A!o)(),-
$50.iJU in prize' money is available', a
ani eas'prn .,toc'k rals m's havP declar-
edi their ini.ntion of exhil)!tin, f,- I
('ais' of tlhi' e't i'- tce of tile W t seri "
markeT. The, ';, ,k 5hw wi!: be fol-
low I by tie po'tltry show, t':. (: :
t'r v.n ch are from October .) to 12,
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They Can Stop Their Hair Fall'ng Out
With Herpicide.
Ladies who have thin ,.ai- .
whoso hair is failing out, c'r pr' ,: ,
the hair falling out, and thi.k, : ,
growth with Newbro's "Herp' ie.'
Besides. Herpicia', is onp of tht m
agreeable hair dressings there X..
.14-rnii d. 'i-hl.-" hr. .4ndlriff r,- i I the,

z-erpia ate nl..'c t tt 'tian U germ ti.:
Seats the hair off at the root. After
"CERTIFIED CHECK" CIGAR the germ is deztroyc:,. the root will
shoot up. and the hair grow long as
ON DUTY AT JOURNAL OFFICE. 'ver. Even a sample will convince
Just at this time when the fight on any lady that Newbro's Herpicide is
Madame Stogoni .!a i waznl hot. the an indispenable toilet r(equisite. It
receipt by Thl. Journal office of a box contains no oil or grease, it will not
of "Certified Chock" cigars. fnr whlca st-in or dye. Sold hy NV. A. D'Apem-
A. Gieenhut is a-,'. ts cause for ap- bherte. druggist atitl apothecary. 121 S.
preciation by a'1 of 1:e lovers of a Palafox street. Penascola. Fla. Send-
good p smokel, n 1 office lovers 1. in stamps for saquplo to The Her-,
Th;s brand

cer., ly been inirlduirl in't!a
bu, it is a uo.0\ ar ele a clean. fra-
grant smoki. an tI s proving, as its
qualities be' ?<,p kI.owvn. to b1' a good
Now altoz thor between sulphut,
parethrum p.)wler ani ge,t) cizrars. Tho
Journal staff ought to keep reasonably
free from tLe festive mosquito for a
few (lays ai least.

that a house which he owns in Brook-
lyn has more than five times as many
openings as his residence in Tampa,
and that the charge for the water
supply for the Brooklyn house Is less
than one-fourth what is charged for
his Tampa house. In discussing the
matter. Mr. Gutrra referred to the
charges of the Tampa Water Works
company as very similar to highway
robbery-in which opinion many other
citizens agrce with him.
Likened to the Czar.

1 I

For Sanitary


you should have
linen laundered by


The boiling and steaming
kl',s every germ.

The Star Steam
S7 E. Garden St. Phone 114.

Sagmy Foon, am T am ad I If the presumption is correct that Pensacola. la
ence contained in A. C.the water cotnmpany has cut off the wa-
brewed. ter supply at Mr. Guerra's because of
Ci SL LeSi. II. n A. his published utterances the company
9 o, S LM U. A L deserves the severest condemnation. IVE YOUR HAULING TO
s Bhi, h M. it. Mr. Guerra declares that he will In-an
_ struckt his attorney to begin an action
against the water conipany at onc e rCaA tS O.
"The czar of Russia is not In the Thr. B. Thort-:, Preo
Wg , tosame ciass with the manager of the HAULING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
water company, he observed. "but I -
do no- th:nh it has yet reached tha SPECIAL ATTENTION G'VEN TO
SAstage in this country when people mA(aAGE DAY OR NIGHT.
O LR may be deprived of the right of ex- --
7 pressing tieir opinions on matters bt PHONE 978.
m Me(-rr seem s Pe*, Fa public concern." P. O. DOX, 7,.



(Contin"e.l from First Pa-e.)
ibf Strer Railway ominnany as cfn- -
du(li:or, but. was recent\ i *qax'i i .
f'nv in the p<;ce Jiipartmenti. ani
haf been serving in i i is-.mritt in-,
ic tc If. }i was It i''I 41 i only a iew
days since, and wen; to hi- homne 'fin
N hi;. recovery was ali: lnoned las' nieht.'
No More Permits.

.siied to residents on th' elecTri: c.r
lin. ti Ihp MHr Bavo artn ot *ift-,A

1)b this bulletin.
"State Health Officerr"
Modifications of Restrictions.
Dr. Porter has also modified the
re-strictions of the quarantine of
those who have been held In the dis-
i for the past week, which will bel
..- l'i y the following, issued :rom
la ofce:
Bulletin No. 10.
"T '.' ,:)'ve Office, Sta:e Board of
Ii ': hc, of P:Urida, Pensacola, Fla.,
a '.
"Modifi -at!on cf Restrictions on Cor-
doned Infected District. City of Pron-
sacola, Florida.
"The sanitary restrictions on the -
movement of persons within the in- 4
tested district which has been under
cordon surveillance since August 29th;
iare modiled as follows:
' "Heads of famhies or wage-earners
iof families will be allowed to go out
' of the district between the hours of 6
a. m. ann' 6 p. m but are required to,
register both on leaving and returning,
te the district, with the cordon guard
at the following posts:
"At the Park Hotel, iast Govern-
ment street; at Cushman's alley ani,
Intendencla street post; at R')mana
street near Bass's store, ami at War-
field's store, corner of Alcaniz anr,-
Intendencle streets.
"Persons to whom this concession is
made are required to inform thei
ga:nrds near to where they live uf any
sickness whatsoever occurring in
th"ir families, and are requested to
give a hearty co-operation to the
health authorities in fumigation of _
premises where cases of "fever" have -
occurred or mx- hereafter occur.
"'State Health Officer."
Prediction of Quwteras.
The development yesterday of ten I
new cases was not unexpected byi
those who had been keeping in close:
touch with the situation. The predic-'
tion made by Dr. Gulteras, before his
departure, that the crisis would come
Friday Or Saturday has proven coir-,
rect. H asgi-l that the situation could
be better told on these dates, and i n
his belief a large increase would be
113 AND 115 W. ROMANA, THE

No. 53603.
H. L. COVINGTON. President M. E. CLARK, Cashier.
C W. LAMAR, Vic.-President. JNO. PFEIFFER. Aast. Cashier.

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

Henr" IL. Covington,
J. M. Pfeiffer.
Br an Dunwody,
Frank leilly,
W. S. Rosasco,
T. F. M .Gourin,
F. E. B-awnmr,
C. W. Lamar.
r TI Co-Sa 'n ,,. -.

r'~. tIl II '' 1't' t .Fou.- per cent. Inter
Dr ir i! I-(r ,zardii..., lii,'isq~ui:,.r f
5I~cn,-tsto C)patii't a" IIi-i ',14ir thE' (-!,Y
n t ; h- C'iIIT!-. v,!a'r -0,'x'\ v:'ot4
IIIetl ufn: no''Ithan onie WM. 11. KNOWLES. Pre-ident.
''tori nite l,'irewen'(ft Ilu!,) pi IonTHOS. W. BRENT. Aest. Q-- 1v
a -li At gun qaialantlne. P r 1I' :r.t
`-'".c (tI'. -'ti d to i('~1' all I 'r-,
.1!s an-Z,* a'T! thL 1 '(1 1 "f 1 1i"i T 1
ror*-h sldi of Gwiuldiug. 11:, llti
as f-:'u'w F

Bulletin No. 11.
*Exteclt i-e Office, S;Ra ).r' of N A
"'',il! (;i Plorida, l','nsa'i. A, t-". 7
-*; i '05.
I, vocation of permits to enter (i'ty
lr )in county district and e(-x:e(n.-ion
,1 ~t !a' ,in. to include Go't'lin i
"1. The sanitary cordon ,esz:ail,''i.',l
around the citv of Pt saculia n -nii :4
\ night. September :Irl, is ex;l: 1 DIRECTORSt
In t tilte ',rtl to incihi le the (1 (*i
'2. A: permits to le) av th ity to

S. J. Poshepo.
A. M. Avery,
W. If. Milton Jr..
0. E. Maura.
W. L. Cawtnon,
C. A. O'Neil.
Dr. W. J. Hanna.I
McKenzlo Oerting,
AJex McGowin,
C. M. Covington.
", Corporations, and Firms Solicted.
rest paid on Time Deposits.

W. K. HYER, JR V.-Pres. and Cal.
W. N. ROBERTS, Asst. CashIer.



of Pensacola, Fla.

F. C. Brent, W. A. Blouit, Wmn. H. Knowles
W. K. Hycr, Jr., D. G. Brent.

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

5.vings Depaettento-Intorost Paid on Do-
posits at Rate of 4 per ent per Annum.

Citizens National Dank,
of Pens~ola., Florida.
Gco.W Wripwht. Morris Be.,. T. IL WwS*9

ftt~z N. nounsbs.L.frt e wn

J. s.REZ Ipr.. Idont I. W.- UM ~3~,CadIw.
R. A. CART. Vle,-Prestdent.
Directors.-L. J. Roteves, J. S. Roe" W. DeC. Kess~er, R. M. Cary,,
W. A. DA~berfts A. Jmnning&

and Bladmsnith COAL~
Office-No. A3 905W ?sMt= street. Telaphoe, $ 3.
Yards, am ZUr'AMILM&GoaaOUS iM 9.. Phonq S.


see Ses *z


ft will pany yvtot laveatdate our prim kbetee buyI y
Hardware, 8Sh~k Door*, D*nds or Luau
we an 0 4-d wantuOhM*,LIMe and Gw~f
We coi save y" mi on em vythist

Sounder Mill Company

Offices .29 Ln Gward Streett Pho 717.
FtoY? orbPalufarStreet.Phone M3




niles in the cointrn y are her.liy '' '
:okej and the guards wili nt. pr.-.i We draw our own Bills of Ex- Vessels disbursed upon the Mel
iyonie to) enter or leave ith city w ith-- hnange on Great Britain, Ireland Favorable Terms, and their e
" I' ,i! mrmissi)on from ths ot ormany, France, Austra, Italy gation taken Payable at Pert f
fice. and will taie 11P allpermi'; r10- Holland, Spain, Belgium, Russia, gatlonsataknTPayal t Pet
ice.and wl take up all permi; Norway, Sweden Denmark, and D nation Ten Days Afte
. Permis toi leave the cty 1)'- *her Euroean ceuntre& sel Arrives there.
ween certain hours t which hay, l,,een' .-- .

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SULPHUR, .c l0.
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.






Open AH






Key West. Sept. 8.-Last Saturday
ir. and Mrs. Wiliam McKiilip discov-
wed that other (waughier. E;hcl. was
nilsing. They were not long in com-
Ug to the conclusion that the young
Iay bad left Key We-: recently in ot:-
ew to marry tih man of her choice,
md this proved upxo) inquiry, to be
"the case. Miss MecKillip is now Mrs.
Peter W. Curry. and wil: in the future
,ftside in Tampa., her husband's place
'A residence.
A Romantic Story.

*.**4BB* 0*00*0 0 000000000

(Extract from Revised Stat-
utes of Florida.
"Sec. 766.-PENALTY FOR
person or persons who shall
falsely or maliciously dissemi-
nate or spread rumors or re-
ports concerning the existence
of any infectious or contagious
disease. shall be guilty of a
misdemeanor, and upon convic-
tion therefore, shall be punish-
ed as provided by Section 765."
-Sec. 765. Shall be fined in
a sum not less than $100 nor
more than $1.000 or be impris-
oned in the county jail for not
less than three nor more than
six months."




The story of the elopemen' contains
muwh that is romantic Mr. Curry MR.and MRS. ROCHb
e e to Key West s-ome yeirs agoanj
. ring the period ol his stay here he' RETURNING lHOM
et pmited a room at the house of Mrs.
UelKillip. Miss Etne: at; hat time was
& mnere child and no-pody guessed th'.t
the young man had formed an attach- ABANOONED PORTION OF THEIR
mseat for the girl However, he came
to this city about two years ago for' TRIP ON ACCOUNT OF YEL-
the express purpose of asking her par-'
s to permit them to be married. LOW FEVER BEING HERE
1eaffetion was mutual and man a The Montgomery Advertiser, of -
~ used every endeavor to rain th.' terday. contained the following regard-
;4kred permission, but this was re- ing Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Roch, o this
taed, more because of Miss Etheit's
Mtmth than for any other reason. Mr. M nd Mrs. M. Roch of Pens-
mrry accepted the situation philoso- 1,- and Mrs. M. L. Roch ofPensfr-
pleally and returneJ to his work incou o who are en route home from a
Iy acaton trip to New York are the
Taimpa. but a cor: espondence was kpt guests of their son, Mr. mil Roch, on
between the two. which culmina'- Perry street.
In Mr. Curry's coming ihre two .v.- "
In Mr. Curr coming hcre IWO "Mr. Roob is the p-oprietor of the
weeks ago for the purpose of claim largest and mosth popular coffee salothe
bls bride. The young couple f(arng in Pen cola, one of the ld-sa on-
anther refusal, did not a.-k for the ed coffe- houses which form "oquain:
moment of Mr. and Mrs. McKiilip. a characteristic of the Gulf cities of
r. Cur a try applied to Judge but haln New Orleans, Mobie and Pensacola.
g a license to marry, but was retus Mr. Roch's place is in the heart of the
Sunles the consent of the young bsins d:s:rit of Pensacola, on Pal-
$te f parents was obtained. Prl.para- I in e i^ P a a n
*-'wents was otaint'd. PrePara-afox suree,, is a favorite and popular
ts w ere then mad(, for flight and resort for those ito hav eforme i the
coordingly the pair i,ft on the schoo- habit of having a )e for two of the
wer Jueen on Saturday. arriving at. clear French l tvlla ,ff,a p h, h,
0 C~f r-~p tr~ --ci--- --'- r~ i

-- -- '- the day.
S "Mr. Roch was on route to Mont-
TW O OPEN LETTERS onerfrom York when he hea. n
Sof _.e appearance of the fever in Pen-
sacu.a. He and Mrs clich will leave
WMRTA TO IIEKIE WORMlT t o-norrow for their hom, !in Pentacoia.
-Having been through epidemics the
m. Mary Dimmck of Washington teli fer has no terrors for them.
Seow LdiaEM PInkham' Vgtsbi "They learned on rnichine Mont-
ipoun Made Her WeIL pgomtry tha- the fever had developed
:n :he square in which their home i<
-o'a:,d. in fact the firei case wai
his with great pleasure we publish discovered near their plans. The
hetfoilowiing lett[.r ., as Ithyv onvinc- health au hear their plaic. Th
gly prove the clain we hate so many ae heath authorlti(s. on akin
Mms made in our .- umns that Mr&s .o' ,f is ;i!a':or. pnir'p:\
it !'t, ''at i-!!are from th 'x anl
1-'t is p trmi, iatel0 to ~O in Ior come
'On r tlurn nz -o Pen acia 1Mr. ari
NfrMrs. Roch N \ et: ,, a *o ,
ves t wht re ft : a .*, u il 'he f, --
'is h n desn.'s r' c r ur r i fr '

MO<,, S 'p:. ~ --Inforn::- on is .
c'i ,', nII th -, 'i: O if, .
n,. i' ing .o t'n ,en l.,h ::, and .in
ana. had rfn dw aIt rnm Vlav a rmno on he r !as
1 WIVr/7(i ,'. t, Haxana ('a 'ain ':ark. of
sch,-vncr. with hi' fanmivy a:1-1
rron-xvoro av~i LiTtcay'- oHt

V~kha~m. of L'i'nn Mass.. is fully quailt. i '%"rIes nrveaY, ia' rrtd o 14.c1.~
GedtoE'vehe'pful adviee tinsick womel~, c.I:r,- ea-th tuai ass
RA~ C Dimmick's I*Uth. th'b n'rcear ed wi~han (-arzo af :'1'
3cr first letter: I'. a tHavalta anhf hai cc
now Km pinkham :- '- a-e e' ar a n 1 h 'arj_.' 'n
"I ave bee'n ma s:.fferr for the paw angh
with a trouhe', which fntr-~t.riguatuod 0IT O
painul nienstruation-the ;tainl -4 kre
S'e~Nnri~g.Vwith ;nT1i&zMat1Oj i' 1 U).lcera-
0 ofthe w-mnb Tb" dtworsal s 1 nmt 11", g o' I af- "n,)oon. IN- h
ano rs -ion or I cdnnet I:v I do tn.'t -oj : im ae f
V~tk Wsubrnit 1u-an )Toriatt~ot. IauI 'I. ':-
Wavad it. l';tw.- epme"-Ur& h'Iii N17- C Ih' 0 ('nt
&h~m& akigo.D. C. 't:h e.a~.;of mr i'.,
Awr scond AC~t4'r; "I\tet.'r- ;', :''
~~ r.' '"~~T--of tLH'~Ci h h-
"y. m lrcmemtatrmy cmditicswben 1 1 .I&fa 'tI a m-.-
bA VmsWyou.,and tla, thed ctor-sid I T rti' 1-: wn1" aI N
~v a o~ ti-L ,'-, I ,'ulu not Ih1 S., 'j lrnt n f2 c' -.' -;'
3 ~~~ your~ 'nIt%--? and f, '. lo vr.; 7owX '-~no~a .' ~:
adiVif ryVrV yafE nd afij&r LCxAtc- enrejL
!N!L A may ww o brl.ait seem I '~
---.Alia.Ioeman of t~fint1w:_,:,'"
Ikn- tat I a) eowe ~ '~v :
amw& maw wktkout anbndTc orn'-o
'mP@* mw I wish 0o0, Sufelow w~an
Vril.mad "s bet a aum ~precxr'"c.~ oVeni~i-r~az.
AM & Ic Ohm "Km m I noW, and In fac-, at no t!".1k, 1wo-' '.
d a.t CaP0iu1Sz W"in86a=b.C. Iany more -iusob, ~ n tt t
now easy it was for Mm Dz toikc rearon given above. Mr. anm.-i Mr.
weriiito *i. r inksum "L'rzin. ma Curry will reside In Tuxnpa. and al, (1,
Sudi bow lttle it cogs bee--a twoen the:r friends will be glad to have then
0--mr.. et bow valuable wa&Uw be 'plyi. make, Key West a r"si in the furui-e
A& Um.Dimrnicksay*.-itwed her life. in johic-h camo congratubtdons edwa
UrU. Pilukliawba" onu We thonumnda 9,104 wishes for their future health
Of just xu letticia as the above, &An4a-,,, happiness will be showered uri
soon 6QMC OMMISbCW Sd"vat. kInL).---bytheidr numerous friends.


The Journal's Daily Fashion


More Delicious f

than our foaming
flavored with pure
syrups and served
crea lm?




Drinking it has delight-
ed thousands and hurt no

Kandy Kitchen Cafe,
140 S. Palafox. Phone 999



* The St. Andrews Buoy says: Th
yellow fever situation at New Orleans
appears to be getting under control-
both the number of new cases and of

deaths reported there day by day are
decreasing; but outside of these the
disease is slowly but gradually spread-
ing. although as yet, it is by no means
No case is reported nearer St. An-
drews than Pensacola and it is to be
hoved we may be spared any such ex-
perience. Several refugees from Pen-
sacola have. however, been here; but
most of them have passed on to other'
points. We have only local authorl-'
ty. without legality and no one cares
to make arrests without authority from
a higher source.
The state health officer is doubtless
doinz all he can to subdue fhe disease
in Pensacola; but he has paid no at-
tention to our appeal for authority
and it is evident he does not under-
stand the situation here, where we are
exposed to the coming in of small
"i:s from infected points, or he would
.e-:ainly accord us the relief prayed

Let us not get frightened; but if we
osca;p a case o" two it will be almost
a mn.racle. The Bu,.y advises every-
otne to -,xtrcise the most rigid sanita-y
;:r- a'taion. ani( especially to permit
ni) v. :a!n in. wa'er to st ind about their
pr :i:ises--se tha; t've y such recep-
tac..t i. (horouehly emptied each day:
It' oarcfii! aho-'t your diet; observe
r,.nt.r h 'r.-'. and if a case should de-
> L 'D. : n I not; necessarily, be a
s.- .us' m at r.

Reynold nand Two Pictures.
Sir Joshua Reynolds having become
a great man, it was but natural that
the town council of Plympton, near
Plymouth, where he was born. should
elect him mayor. In acknowledgment
Mf the honor he painted a fine portrait
of himself and presented It to the cor-
poration. He wrote to a friend ask-
Ing him to see that the picture was
hung in a good light. This friend not
only did so, but hung a poor picture
alongside of it In order to heighten
the merits of Sir Joshua's work by
contrast. Then he Informed Reynolds
of all the trouble he had taken. In
thanking him S!r Joshua told him that
the poor ploture had been painted by
himself (tReynoldsi in early life.


and Cream
and remember It Is the most
nourishing food hn existence.
Next day have a ranpe-MWts
Pudd-ing, r ecipe on package
Relicious l
Thees9 a season.


A pale blue mohair that shows a shaped collar defines the surplice lines
faint pattern in plaid; the design into which the biouse is drawn. This
made by fine hairlines of black on the is arranged to cross over far to the
made by fine hairlines of black on the, left side at the waist, (he V neck being
surface makes a smart and stylish! filled in with an all-over broderie an-
frock and a useful one for school as glaise. the belt of the same open work,
well for the little maid. There is a while the fichu-shaped collar is edged
fitted lining over which the bias ma-, with a ruffling of the same. The l;t-
terial is laid, the fastening being in tle skirt is short, shirred to the
the back. The neck is cut out in V band all around and finished with a
shape back and front, and a fichu- plain hem.


In Its Slang Sense It Has Beem In
Use For Centurles.
In letters from Sir Walter Scott to
William Clark of Eldin. under date of
Sept. 10 and 30, 1792. are found allu-
sions to the word "lobster" as a play-
ful sobriquet for the redcoat officers
and soldiers of the British army. In
this case a boiled lobster is meant, as
per evidence of the following couplet,
once familiar to the English street
boys. and quoted whenever a rifleman
itt green was seen walking arm in
arm with a soldier In red:
There go two lobsters. claw In claw;
One is boiled, and t'other's raw.
Sir Arthur Hazlerigg, in Cromwellr
time, commanded a regiment of cuiras.
slers, who "from their complete armor
obtained the nickname of lobsters."
(Baldock's "Cretawell as a Soldier.")
What was mere raillery In England
may readily have grown Into an ex-
pression of hatred and contempt in
America at the time of the Revolution,
and. in point of fact, Baneroft's "His-
tory of the United States" relates that
"lobsters" was one of the abusive
epithets applied to the soldiers by the
mob on the occasion of the Boston
massacre.-PhUadelphia Press.

The Hopelessness of Gout.
A quaint old cure for the gout-a
cure, from a seventeenth century med-
ical work, that was designed to show
gout's hopelessness. "First pick." said
this odd cure. "a handkerchief from the
pocket of a spinster who never wished
to wed; second, wash the handkerchief
in an honest miller's pond: third, dry It
on the hedge of a person who never
was covetous; fourth, send It to the
shop of a physician who never killed a
patient: fifth, mark It with a lawyer's
Ink who never cheated a client, and.
sixth, apply it, hot. to the gout tor-
mented part. A speedy cure must fot




$3.50 Ladies' Strap Sandals, all styles, now...................2327
$2.50 Ladies' Strap Sandals, all styles, now-....................$1.96
$'-.50 Ladies' Tan Oxfords, all styles, now...................$2.88
:.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.................................$3.96
$4.00 Men's Oxfords, all styles, now ..........................$3.19
$3.50 Men's Oxfords, all styles, now ..........................$2489

Misses', Children's and Boys' Footwear in same proportion, as .Jr
entire stock of Odds and Ends and Broken Lots Must be Sold, so hurry

along and get your share of the plums.


102 South Palafox Street.

Feet Furnishers Gor Fu.,





_ -4


An Interesting Occupation on the
Shore at Low Tide.
As we walk along the shore at low
tide, on the lookout for seaweeds or in-
teresting animals, little jets of sea
water will be seen spurting up from C
holes in the sand. Let us dig rapidly '
down under one of these tiny openings *
and we will catch the spurter. the com- *
won soft clam, but if we are not quick C
enough he will burrow so rapidly as to *
disappear entirely and only send a last
spout of water into our faces, as If In *
defiance. Place the shell in a glass of
sea water and when the clam gains *
confidence he will extend from his shell
the long tubelike siphon, and the two
openings in the end of it, with their
fringed borders, will be seen. *
Now take a compound microscope or
a magnifying glass and watch the
water above the siphon. You will see
that it is moving. With the minute
life forms it contains the water sweeps
in swirling currents toward one orifice e
of the tube and plunges suddenly down
it. Then, after passing over the gills
and body of the clam and giving out
nourishment, the water is expelled
through the other tube. and we see it
rising slowly from the opening. If,
however, the clam takes a fancy to
contract his shell and so hasten this
motion we will see a little fountain
shoot up and sprinkle the surroundings
just as they were observed to do on the
shore.--St. Nicholas.

A Ward One For Mamma.
Charley (who thinks i-Say. mamma,
If we're male of dust. why don't we
get muddy wben we drink?-Puck.

The Pretty Girl.
He--I dreamt last night I
to a pretty girl.
She---Wh.t did I say?



Pensacola, Fla.
Special Weekly Rates for Table Boerd,.
F. L. BOWEN, Manager.
Formerly of Windsor and Ara gon Hotels, Jacksonville, Florida.

Do You Read, Evenings?


That's what a Morris chair Is for, to stretch out In. Ad-
just the back to any desired angle and enjoy a good
book or yo',r evc'eing paper. Let us show you some of
these great b'g easy chairs on hand. Carved oak frame.
and reversible velour cushions. We won't quote prices
this time, you might think something was the matter
with them.

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


Leave Your Orders with Us for

Fancy Groceries

We Are Still the Leaders.

So/ Cahn & Co.

The Pure Food

The Store that Feeds
Phones 178 and 480 the People.





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- owt- t ve, ed "Oh ine- at

No advertasement taken for lesI than 29,.

Spel m rt by the month.

Have a Definite Object!

Every man should have some definite object
in view. There is no one object for which
a whole family can save with so much zest as

For a Home.

The thought of the future joy softens every
economy. Money paid on a home is an ever-
present security and

Does Away With Rent Days.
We can start you right.

Pensacola Investment Co.

W.s. LMMs, rEnsMat. L 3 sLL SON, rSecretary.
JL5. L STUAN, V VMs Ga. MBew. KWLES DYER. Treasursr.

215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola, Florida.

WANTED.-To feed and care for a WANTED.-Smart young man able to
good milk tow for the use of same influence large orders for well
during fever '*scare." J. A. Wise, R. known brands of whiskies. Address
F. D., No. 1, Pensacola, Fla. It With particulars; references and
terms. W. Hughes, 7 Corps Buildin;,
FOSI"ON WANTED-By young ady Preesons Row, Liverpool, England.
as bookkeeper or stenographer. A4- 5sept3t.
dre& s A L. H. care Journal.
Seeptlw* a WANTE2D.-Trustworthy man to man-
PLUTOI PLUTOI age branch office and distributing de.
K FoPLUrsystem i good condition pot for large manufacturer. Salary to
Kee your stemfengoycodisease.o start with. $1500 rst year, and extra
a ou eed not fea halerny disease. commissions and expenses. Applicaut
Pla he les and reta, a bye Jas. must have good references and $1000
e, wholesale and retail, by J. cash, capital secured. Experience un-
xMcul"th. necessary. Address "Manufacturer, '
WI 'RMD.-To rent or buy improved 21 West Atwater St., Detroit, Mich.
place, not more than 8 miles north 3sept.
or northwest of Pensacola. with 15 to
26 acres of land in cultivation. a- WANTD-Tbhe people of Pensacola
tUse Hutto. Holt, Fla. l_ septlm0, to cease worrying. Let The Journal
KING & U ALW contracting painters Want Ads solve the problem for yoL
and decoomtors. Fine varnish They are expert detectives, and can
a" d dnisomls 8gn panting a sp- ftnd the man You are looking for it
ad Rmshine. S n. painting a spe- he Is included In the $6,000 or 30.00
tty. Residence phone 249. 29aug. people which makes the population o1
Mrs. Laura W. Creary will resume Pensacola.-
agency for the Winona mills hislery, Any intelligent person may ears a
and soliclts the patronage of all form- good income corresponding for news
or eMwmers. If interested in good papers; ceanarstag; 5 pewrens
...i.-,- ~Mosta l card and she will unn" ;so ,A d... s. -.. .,
hnairy end unecesaff sad tn rmttimpe e

call with aamplese or phone 147.
WArTED.-Tou to know that yoU =a
buy ale. clean old papers at Ithis
oece cheap.
WANTME.-Everybody to know that
our Blend of Coffee may be imitated
bat csant be equaled. New Orleam
Ooreery Co. Jas. McHugh, Prop.
WAT'BED.-The public to know that
we are pioneer Coffe Roasters of
Florida. New Orleans Grocery Co.
Js. McHugh, Prop. aug20
BOOMERS WANT D at No. 17 West
LaRua Street, city. RaugGw*
WANTED.-The Merchanta Transfer
Co, wans yu-r moving ad haulg.
All brne*k guaranteed. T. B. Thor-
Se. Pro. Phone 978. iSjunelm.
We want everybody 'o know that we
ore wholesale and retail grocers and
ttll at the old stand. New Orleans
Grocery Co, Jas. McHugh, Prop.
WATICED-Tour electric work of aU
bbads. Let uas clea your fais. re-
pair your dramo, do your wiring, etc.
Fbeae 70. Pensacola Electric Co,
earwer latendeacIa and Baylen streets.
ljunel m.

WAqNTIE-Haullag and transfer
work. Oce phone :63. Residence
hs 3W. AcotS & White, 22-28 N.
Tang- ;Smch
WAWQTUD-OW for The Journa&Ts
speoal Pensacola and Panama Canal
SeIMSm, which will shortly appesr.
Ww costaia half-tone pictures of city.
batVr aS special seeaes. 15 cents.
LIve orders at Journal office

WAINTD-Second-mand Corn. OM
ad sttea see4 meal eacka. Out of
toem shlpmIets oIucIted. Write u.
F. B. Melem & Oes ROmarchiul
SL L 5ioAM wants Youror _oving

For Sale.
house and 120 acres of good la'id
located at Gonzalez. Fla. Either to-
gether or separately. Terms reason-
able. House m;y be rented tempor-
arily. Apply at W. L. Zachrey's of-
fice. 3 sept.





FOR SALE.-Cabin launch 44 ft. long!
10 ft. beam. 24 inches draught,' INSURANCE
speed S miles hour; 18 H. P. Barber!
gasoline enviun in good order; wil -
scat 40 passengers; sell at sacrifice :f
taken at once. W. A. Smith, 238 W. Others have profited and been pleas-
Gov-nmiaent St :Sauglm ed with us. Why not ,you?
.......-.! Our clients among the best in Pen-
FOR SALE.-I am Florida State Agent sacola; ask them?
for Five and Burgiar roof Safes and
Veult Fixtures of all descriptions
manufactured by Alpine Safe ant
,ock Company of Cincinnati, Ohio. $10,000.00 to Loan at 7 and 8 per
Communicate with me for prices and cent.
st-rms before buying elsewhere. Scar.
itt Moreno, Pensacola, Fla. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICTED..
FOR SALE.-Soda fountain, stock of --
confectioneries and ci:gars, located
o)n Palafox trcet. Can be had at bar- L. S. BROW N & Co
gain if purchase at onze. Apply Es-.
,ambia ReaAty Co. 15aug0
O i 1 o.:"^ ^ 200 Theisen Bldg
FOR SALE-.-Nice ne'.v co*la.e (4d
rooms and hall) between Palaftx! "WE SELL LOTS"
and Baylen streets on Jordan S-..
near Saunders Mill; easy terms. Ap-
ply re J. W. West at Saunders Mill.
S22au-lm* FOR SALE
I FOR SALE.-Old papers inly 10 cents CHICKEN WHEAT produces eggs,
) per hundred. Good foi wrapping Makes fowls especlaily well flavored.
p paper and to put under matting. All The cheapest food to be found. F. S.
clean and nice. Journal office. Mellen & Co.. Phone 34. loot
Do you value your health? It so,
use our pure Blend of Coffee "Dewey" FORtBA o-k1 -room house. corer
and "Schly. New Orleans Grocery lot, 3 blocks from Palafox, lot 96z
Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug 30 152o on ear nd. For particular. -
......... quire of Standard Clothing 0e.
We have been with you in Pensaco- 2t Jan.
la since 1874, and still intend to stay OR SALE CHEAP-My three-year.
with you and serve you with the best old Berkshire herd toar, Duke of,
of groceries at lowest mar- Florida, No. 68,923. Also some fine
ket prices. New Orleans Grocery p si-monthId bor all
Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug20 registered and transferred. Carl Set-
GROW GINSENG. Large profits. terlind, Chipley, Fla. l8jly
Room in your garden. Roots for sale.
Write today tor literature. Bucking. FOR SALEI-Kll the germs of fever-
ham's Ginseng Garden, Zanesville, 0. order a barrel of slack lime to-day.
Sl3aug3mos. Phone 3 7. 4auglm
FOR SALE-South haf block 211,
fronting 400 feet on 13th street, by 9 4is, fellaneous
137% feet on Bay View Park; also AVW -0n 9
south half of block 2t3, fronting 400 PIANO TUNING.
feet on 14th St. by 137,1 feet on Bay I worked at thIl 14 years 'i Mobile
View Park. The only property adjoin- Ala. I will sati you in pri'e a'.l
ing Bay View Park that is now for quality of work. Conrad- S;4t, 2 11
sale. The beautiful view down the Last Gregory S8t, Pensacola.
bayou and down the bay can never b 29aug.m*e
obstructed. A. V. Clubbs. SOJIy
FOR SALE.-Upright piano almost Old newspapers are good for many
new; high grade; cheap for cash. things. You-can get lots of them

doing business at 204m% hPalafox St.a10

We advise you to stay in town, but
wheth-r you go or stay let us collect can place their property in our hands for
-oi:r rents. olleeton of Rents, Pay
Everything in the real estate busi- Ctif y-
ness receives prompt attention. meant Of Taxes, keeping it prop.

LESLIE E. BROOKS early Insured or Disposing of
same. We are here to stay,
fever or no fever, and any busi.
FOR RENT ness entrusted with its will receive
FOR RENT.-12 room house, corner i careful attention.,
Ilayne and Wright streets. ApplyCorr denc licitd.
W. S. Garfield. 27aug. Correspondence soliCte

FOR RENT.-Small farm 1 block ou Thos W atson & Co
side city limits on county hard Tb Ioso C. W atson & C o.,
road, with six room house; wind mill; fp'
water pipes in yard and all through Leading Real Estate, Retal and Insurance Agents,
house. Rent reasonable. Apply W.
M. McClellan, at First National Bank, Cor. Palafox and Garden Streets, Pensacola, Fla.
Pensacola. 26auglm

FOR RENT.-3 rooms at 400 W. Gar- TI4 44 O ia f's- T-F-V FIX V
den St. 13auglw* .

FOR RENT-Lorraine House, corner ProfeSSional DireC rye,. D IREC TOR Y
Hayne and Belmont street. Apply -_ -
ORF RrTN, flv-- .. ..._. AR.E.N.Tt+7 a There will be a meeting of thil

or U% e rlom cottage o rVJwnyoa a w
on car line, corner 1lth street and Room 405 Thiesen Bultding.
Sth avenue. Inquire a, Turton's Photo -----
gallery. 12july THOS. MPC LEYP

FOR RE'NT.-Residence lately o-.
cupied by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 W.
LaRua street. Apply to R. M. Cary,
48 S. Palafox street. 7June

FOR RENT-Twenty-room house, cor-
ner Barracks and Zarragossa street.
Suitable for boarding house. Apply
to h]rs. M. J. Moreno, 216 Past Zarra.
gossa. 26nmtf

Money to Loan.
DO YOU WANT to borrow money in
amounts from $500.00 up? We hay.j
$10,000.00 to loan at 7 and 8 per cent.
interest. Those. C. Watson & Oo. 6aug

MONZY TO LUND-On goo0 resai
tate security or good collateral.
at lowest rates. Leslie Brookst
Fiber building. 1s
MONgy LOANMD eam say a a
kinds ot permeal property. aa&ble

PHONE 559.

Attorneyand Counsellor at Law
106 East Government Street*
General Law Practles.

Room 00 Thsleen rid. Phone 7M1.

Fisher Building, 204/a South Palafox
, Street.
PHONE 525.

Northern Press y.nd. -Part Locur. Address C., P. 0. Box 395. obeap by calling at this offoe. w0etly or t e Room B rent Bodig.. Phone.
.Y. 3unen s REGULAR MAIL LlN-Good coasvey. GovermeaL strirsSa sbr b-idlg-- .
WANT. -An FOR SALE.-My residence an t ee for travoelilg public. Daily ser. M IL..WLA
SWANT .-Agemte in 41erent ooun- Hill, either including whole bloak vice each way. from Chpley to Bay. F. M. WILLIAM-,
ties n Florida to handle Alpine Safe of twenty lots 40x137 1-2 feet each or hed Addres J. M. Tuagle, Chipley, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
and Lock Co.'s Fire and Burglar Proo quarter block of five lots. Apply at M. chOe" f O 1ANSB &oOA r l OffPe. Brossaclaa bullatsaset
Safes and Vault Fixture of every my office, Thiesen Building for furth- M. & am IP a to pensscolaBrlstul o t.
description. Write me tor terms er particulars. C. W. Hagerman. RAL ESTATl. *le Uina 0. Prompt attetlon aiwaKy Ve
SSarritt Moreno, Pensacola, lMa.. Flor- 24auglm. REAL iSTAB in all parts of city. auga to business. P11salil, Vla.
Ida State Ast tlune R A OR ~RNT-e oo 7You buy the Pgroud and we will
StA Ma ight aJune da. house at Goulding- large yar 7-roombuild your hean lng time pay. MONEY LOANED em aI kinds of peo
t Ph& pnmo. Roims ght and shade trees, near ta'!road, fifty feet & Ca soal property on short noe
f st te 7 welland outhouses. A d bargainRIN-B. Damond or. Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upstairs
n ^S well and outhouses AGait'so ou ao St.,Phone 1144CAPTAIN
,St Bot& Paltoe. Se S. Nloolau Apply to postmaster, Goulding Fla. t' cloflg d nd outh Palaox St., Phone 1144
Dp6 -ov. 22 aug3w* psires on shor t otIpe i'No. 11% o
FOR SA -Seco-handcash regi West Government St., Pomeaoola l
For Sale ter in perfect condition. Will mel dea- all Mkinds e t peroal Property.
cash ot or; time. A real bargain. Can FOR ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY pecfal rates to business men on large LAUNC ES
FOR SALE AND R--ENT.-Block top be seen at Jamet McHugh's. 22mca CENTS per head, we will haul out Oans. The New Tork Loa Co., 204%
tent. 28x60 feet. Splendid for par- FOR SALE-God paying grocery, datd horses, ows, etc. Leave orders outh Pla .
ties to camp out of town Address P. cheap rent store, living rooms in at 1 n Herring CUPID, RORT. L. E., NANCY AND
0. Box 446. city. connection. Store doing good cash B rad C'hmu's PWinh.0. EDNA S.,
Business. Household furniture also SAILMAKER. 4 8. PALAPOX ST.
FOR SALe -ne lot of fine show m or sale. Reasciis for selling, am leave. J. H. PORTER, sailmaker, 716 South MON T TO JOAN ON DIAMONMD
Icaseses, especially adapted formi1 m3y city on account of sickness. Tele- Palafox street. Orders take tor wafthm, (haias, Rings ad all kids can be charter@ by the hour, day or
linery purposes or for drugaitore; Rinls a all kis can be charter by the hour, day or
also one lot of counters and fine phone-1064. llauglw* tets, aw gs, camp stools and house of collateal security at lowest rate of week. Terms, reasonable.
reach plate glass mirrors. F, L. FOR SALE-Beautiful block in New cots. etc. Prices reasonable. 31an interest Bargalns Ia unredeemad Fishing Tackle and Cooklag Utea
Reese 118 South Palafox. 2sep City. Tract No. 312. For cash $600. pled ~ ils furnished If desired.
PLUTOT! mPLUTO! Apply to A. M. McMillan, Court Houna. O $ 0 000 in amounts PHON 0
,Keep your system in good condition $500._and up at 7 and 8
and you need not fear any disease. 00 TO TURTON fer allU lses AI.L I ST.-Coat from No. 900 E. LaRna per cut. interest. Thos. C. Watson
I'luto. the great stomach healer. for Cameras loaded and unloaded free str, south on 9th ave. tocWrightti i Co. 6aitg
sale. wholesale and retail, by Jas. of charg.l He makes but photo street, thence to Palafox, north to: CAPT. BE IE ESO
McHugh graphs in uro south. 32 years a l Saunders Mill, on Hard oad. Pro. OWNER.
FOR SALIre--At a sacrM tuurniture, ably contained some valuable paper.<; Found
store, stock and acoounts. Call at WALL TINTS by experts; results if found return to Journal office and] -----
IH.-140 E. Inteidecia. i guaranteed. Fairchild and Rice. Phone get reward. 9sept. FOUND.-One black ox branded J. H., al
FOR SALE--One Choice block on top 4l5 12ulylm I marked with a crop and .:p!it and u'-- ler 3.
of the ridge eait of the electric FOR SALE.-Two pair extra fine' EMPTY BOTTLES. der bit in one ear and over square in
railway. between 7th and 8th streets. young mules, sound and in good! Fifteen cents per dozen Daid for other. Owner can obtain Fame by ap- General Dealer in
Nature has favored this section and it condition. Also one 2-horse Etude- empty Bosso bottles aL Nick's roes- plying to C. P. Gonzalez, Bohemia, hla General Deaer In
cannot be duplczated. A. V. Clubbs. baker wagon.,W. S. Garfield. 4June. taurant. 25auglm* Bicyles, Bicycle S ries


end hauling. He guarantees all break-!

fer L.rte. P0Jwe iy.a IF YOU ARE LEAVING THE CITY/
for it. Addrens P.O. o x 363-, C w Lt.

petialety and yoar beelaa will Lot us attend to the collection of your RENTS. We intend to
Mave careful attteties. D. Hale WIl. H
m& a co.& stIok by the post of our duty end make the interest of our I.

Neard and Rooms.
ROOMS AND BOARD-Several large
raoms for rent w'th or wi: out board
directly on waicr f.ont. nu tale for
Nuit housekeeping. App'y Mrs. Ret-
tinmr. Fisherville. Phone S33-.


WANTD.-A few boarders in private
family; convenient to railroad shops
ad on street car line: large rooms
with irivUIe of use of baths and t.-
ephone. Address P. C. S., care Jour
,a!. 24auglm
i6ARB V.WANTID.-P.v day, week
Or mouth. Dining room Just re-pea.
d. Table good and terms reasonable
Mr. Dora Doaldso 226 N. Alcani.

PASTIS who wet to ret honeuas,
Muem morWYyt eam for teta
A& a etst hfi i


ollents our first consideration. Do not lose faith in your In-
vestments or saoriffie your home. Pensacola rel* estate Is
worth as much to-day as it ever was. We offer

A Nioe Investment, Corner House on 7th Avenue, rents for 7 t 5
per month, house in first-olass condition, .

A Six-Room House on East Belmont street, a ncle home, at #1400

body oa the first and third eda I
days of each month at 7:30 p. m. Al
delegates are requested to be prenw
ent. Z. W. ROBERTS.
W. L DELAY. Prelse.
Pensacola Lodge No. 3. K. otf PI
meets every Monday evening at $:s
o'clock at their Castle Hall. Biout
Watson builda.g, corner Palafoxs ad
d strnets Viuting brethrena *e
dlaly welcome t
J. H. BRNWr ON, 0. CL
HRORSLdk. K. of R. & .
Rathbone Ladge Na
4O 30 I. of P., emse every
7T,,irsday evening at 8:60
o'clock In their (a S
ba-. third floor. B lNm-
B Wrtsoa bolldlug, h e
4 weft eorner PulafO. and
Garden streets VMitln kloight" o
ordially we;couled
C. J. Levy. K. of R. & IL
Knights of Columbus.
Meetings of t
Knights of Colambes
are held at their all,
No. I Weat ntetn
cisa street, oa eery
Monday vevelag
7:30 o'clock. An f
vitaUom is ecte""
to visiting Knights.
3DM. FOX, Grand Kalgbt

PenLe0e 1 L*e4 M L 6 0. IRS
Pensacola Lodges Na 4,. 0 0.
meets every Thurday veateng at 7:
at the new haU on West -_ %r
street. Visitings brthrem eeri,'
Invited. T. G. Sr TINO9
B. R WITKOVSKI. Secretary.
Naomi Lodge No. 10, Rebekah "
ters eets every Monday l Big" i,.
I o'clock i L 0.. 0I. as. ,.
tung sisters cordially Invited to *e
present. MRS. 8. DeTHAYER.

M. E. B. A No. 81 meets Irht ma
third Wednesday evening at 7:10 P.
m., Rafford Hall. No. 10 West Into .
dencla Street.
Uve Oak Camp No. 1, W. 0. W
meets in Pythia BaHall 1st andi 3d
wetinesdays In each mouth.
sovereigns cidlially Invited.
S. A. BOHrIC7n c. a.
W. 0. W. C.. Oak Grove, No. a
Woodmen Circle meets ecry Thur.
day evening 3:30, third floor Blout.
Wtsotn building, south west corw I
Palafox and Gardlfn streets. V~sttg
sovereigns cordially Invied. Mrs. W&
A. Smith, Clerk; Mrs. M. B. Oila -

Iron Safes, Cash Registers, Typ erP -W Sts A-8OW m
writers, Guns, Pistols Locks and Um- -elf StaesMk- A
brellas repaired. "1l6 a u0 *T 0p .6
Lawn Mowers, ScissorK, Knives., rTEAMER TARP N
cts.. sharpened. M -
Most complete line if keys In the W. G. BARROW, Mater.
Try Hooton's Mesensr Servie FREIGHT k TAVICX
when in a hurry to send messages. -Betwee-

S L F. GONZALAM 6 00, Prom.
SBy yor meu and stoek feed from
<, the home manufacturer, 5nconraggia
Some Industry, eatribute to home
laber, and leave Yeosr moey Is your
p eity.

And all points on St. Andrews
Carrabelie and Apan&a,hicum,
Leave Pensacoia Sunday. 8:3 0.
U., for Mobile. Ala.
Leave Pensacola. Tuesday. : : 30
m., for St. Andrews, MJillvfie, AA
laclacola, Carrabeile and latmpaIedl
For additional iaformatlon appy 5)
iA. R. COBB, Presaf ,
Cen. Frt. and Pass. Agt
Pensacola, Fla.

Manufacturers of
and Dealers In


. w wuoney pat trnI w st marknt rtses of Intwrosr on improvwu or -
vaeoant real estate .OLD PAPtR$

S THE FISHER REAL ESTATE A ENC Y Soon you will want to put down new
j RAY matting. Why not put newspapers
0 Souh Palafo Street. Phone 87. under it? This will make the matUng
S206 South Palfox Street. Phone 67. *ear better and keep the room warm.
Sr this winter. Old epers can be
_-M ** ----: -:-_------- --4rbought at The Journal at 10e per hun.
4* I V t V t IL I It t I IF ILVV TT I!vvv WTVV~vr" V-%VItLV tired. Allclean and wh4i

r~ rp~prllIC~Lp~Pr~IIP CI- ------------L;~;-- -L~i~l)ljli~I1)

,~l~i~cWi~~; ~_;~~i;~~,SzI;-- ~ c~rrlrL~rrrr~-- -~----I- -~---I~" ~~;liS)~PIPI~ 5


~ ~

w wmwv .. .........
Atl i PA l

t slw


tiees AU the


if be has a g(Ood rl'n'h~s set-
ting. B-a"': n
Is all rigb: (,Keep! 'Uin DP
2lized cortre.Many mevn
In Persaoc'a and Wet1
flo-ida can best sat h-.n-
ttelres by buying <)n( of our

Guran teed

All sizes and hundreds of
patter.ts f ;',.. which :o mnike
your s.eief:on. The "Old
Reiabie is the prop, r
plac for (.0o in" oi:fitrong
for men who know what they
want and are bound to get

John White
Ougfitter to Men and Boys
205..207 S. Palafox.
Phone 225.

%Al o a

gto sf it you,- clothes always look
Itbat's easy. I belong to the

^1 iaa Pressing Club.
7They keep
SSIn good shape and only charges
h tw i dollar per month. Why don't
im aMt? Just ring up Phone 675 and
SM Malco m White your name. or
I. bagefe Reese at Johnson's store.


S Be KRe-peoned About Oct. ist

6 for 5
stan Is for six bottles

ON hickory Whiskey
FOR $5.00 CASH.
4 for $3.20
stands for fuur bottles
dlvered prepa i :o anv par: of W<-s:
Anything in the TWhiskey and Wine
line in stick a: price( .s
sui (very body.

Morris Dannheisser
12 West Zarragossa Street.
N. B-I am in n way eonnerte..
qgt'thhe arm of Dannhe;sser Broe.
LgU l IIII ll i llt 1 IIll lilll III ilii






Smoke a






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8. I3


V. .

luitoes. J

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Measure Is Introduced In the City LetterReceived from Captain Dunn,
Council and Said to Be Positively Denying the T
-' i I

Constmition al.

The Jacksonv.;e Mtropolis sa' s:
Councilman Flemizti. B(owdIn. o)t :he
Seventh Ward,. at ,;at nigh: t s n.",t:ng


A report has bo-n in circulation for
e-'ve:ra days to the effect that yellow
hf er exi-'od on board the dre:dso

of the ci:y council. :n:iro'lu ed a .I i'alrmus. This is positively denied by

that provides for the separation o! ;I I
races oiln street cars in Jacksonv:l.e.
which passed its first reading aP.nd was
referred to 1he committee on laws an i
rr:e-.. Counc.lnman Bo1'1, n says Ilta'
t,:. 1:l, has been passe. upon by lead-
;tg .awyers. who conten that; : iA,11
,iinfoi' w::i the (constitu'lon andli v !i
:-'and thrp test, of the coart-. Tnie
proposed law is as follows:
The Ordinance.
A b). to be entitled an ordinance reg-
u u;IH.II, and prov:d:nz for
':: ; irn;shlng of se;'ara;t ac-oni-
ilu alons fur and the separation of
S,!i..,e and colored passengers on
S s ,tz. car,.
e .: ordained bI the Mayer an I
Clt' (umncil of th c.t. o. Jac'ks-u
Section 1. That all companies, p.:-
soas. firms andi as.ociaIt;i.s oplera'ing
strey-z cars in he city o.f JacLsonv:hle
Iare hereby requ,re(id o furnish se;pa-
rae .ar'conTinoa:i,iins for whl;te inl
c>.o ed pas-e:.gors. and all white andi
. cored p- )a.s'-rer- occupy 1ng s'tree;
car's in the c;T' o-f Jacksonvii'e are
Lereby requa.:ed to uccupy (he respek-
'i ,e car,, o 'iivisi(n, of car-s. pr v'nid.-
l')r then. so the white pas.engp(,r.j
s;Ia: occupy only the cars. or ,i:,;Lz:(n
of car~. proii-eI for white passenger
and the cul< e i passengers ,ha:, or'-
cu;py only the carF. or div :i.. of
cars provide( for iho a;cc)m>rnnl)ia:.on
of colored pas-enaer's. Aii colnpa,'-
ies. perSonb, firms and as.-ociaiion.-
(,pe-ating street c'ar: .i tIh!* city .1
Jacksonv!lle shb l: furnish such sep-'
arate accoumm.noations !). the op-ra-
tion together of two or nimre car.-. pro-
viding sepa:-a'e cars for colored pas-
sen'era, or by furni-hmnt separate a'
con'molati,'us for v.tie ani co.ori
passengers in the :ane car. "l',e
cars. or parts of cars, f:!rnis'.e: ,,r
whi-p and for color.,i r.. :,-
spec t:vel,. shal: ha ,c placed o '-i, -
uoIusv at each e: f :l-.e car. or ) i
of tar. tigi,, in p'a '. te e's. no. '
than two in nes, inica": .
words "white o" "ooi)re3 a. :h" c-is
rnma be. tha sacju car or panr; ": c.'
is provided for the use of wih ,, pa
si ngers or colored ;jasseiigers, as t:ie
cnse may be. and wnen open cars. to )
entered from the side of the car. ar.-
provide.i for the accomnimodalion o;
both white and coiorej passengers:
add::lonal such sizns sia: he p:.ovil-
ed and played con-p.inusiy on ;tie
si'c of the cirs so a.- i ,) in, i ate the'e
,.. the portlor of the car *o lie used
by white and b o -l:ored lpas.-engers,
respectively. Any comin ar,. .erson.
firm or assboiat lon opera' ine s::ee;
car.- in the city of .jac'ksonvil:., wi:h
out such signs so proviil- aiand p:a1-I
,ha.l ] rhereby forfeit 'F- mnieipa!
fran hise to operate sre.-, ca-s in thte
ci': of Jacksonville. anr, any officer,
ar'It or employee of any such Cen-
:'ai\. person or firm who s-hall. as
.- rin'endent or .xho fr 'i'o r of ;i',
coi:IM;'an. or as conduc: i,. molorman
or ,'her rnmp]ooe -If such Tcompany.
iop ;t:e an? car r"ot so pr)vlded wni I
sI:r'n on t.1 *ts ts car: of the ..:v ,,!
Jack -,nv'le fo ; the :ran-spora: i:, i o: ne r,:'s s-hall upni' c !v:.iI '-on,-.f le fined ;;; n ,mor.e : :in $'-.',
or 1 v :mpr-sinien no" ;m. e ,'iIn
nirn ': avs ;):o eac: nch: offen-,e. An 1
an.:, \\1 ],- 0 -rson V, .;tii.y e'nii iiyiii
a- a passenc-.r-any car or part <(f (a-
S apar .,ann : p:*,v:.!Cd fIfr ,..:i: ,
p:- '. . .-.. n rT.i o .' r ed t,,.>r,-o'i
S." a- a pa -ne.r ;a'.
(c, ;[:t" *1 > ', so .'" ,).:' "i,
p :%. : f r . t a . : :- ::
;!':,,: -'.a ::We p:'i its', r *I -> ,1 t :;!> I|.>; X
a' I' :- htT '.. \ n 'I i "h e i '- .

:'f .'1. *:'"'" :- t:i ,.'a h -t a:n h to :'s
n Te p:I : sr, ca s
:;e i ;: ,'* ( ;14 c -y ,of .l'ck

f .'a-e ;PrT-i oin. :- 7aid: e i"
;: a'i i1 c ''iorel p its nti. r-. an.I to

'*emip en'i the cars or L via-onr o:
:;:- prtvi' .i for *?.t,:r ace >m!!ni.i mi
i a :' ,!,; it ayv 5 'ut ;:i-se, t-ger -e-
. iar. :o' ,provided for i'is or hcr ac-
o(Inm t .da-' .-it such conduii 1 mo; ir-
:..:i >' ro p t rs.n op.lrating .such
! n T'ol.P e:ber ;hereo:. as sn s :- i.,
,'," ;- Art police officer of the cv
f '-,n ,.>e, :se .. ; whi'c 1
-. pa<-' n:e'g r ; p.. n a ar
* i.." 1,i car oT p, :,.*. p :-Fort o;
* a. c''mrn' -:a:i'n as :nic. ir ',i by
Llt '.a.. a;.;rest any sen p> .onn
'.: ~'* i-Anli or het t'fom such ca- an t
t'* t:": or he ;o :..e p0.1ce,
.. (' o -> n'.. l ar' oth r person i-;;-
- ot ^i- r .< "'v 1.:.<.:

S. 4 s, cia: -a:> n a .:to,,n ,o i
:. re u ar .c'.e:ie cdo'. :i'a. at a-
:'.,- rni fr :he ,'x :tts:ve a ,'o'tn-
to ,ati.On o. -,!her w hie or co:oretl
n --,n:',s. for special occasions or
tp cial business.

A Remedy Without a Peer
"I fil : Cl.nbe"ni.i's S'omach an I
\ r 'al.,t;> ror-c b'neficia: than
T:.' 'her remedy I ever used tfr
oma-i-' :-ou''!." 'says J P K :;e. of
"-a. N'(. F(r any disorder of th'-
.a hi. 'snes- or cons'.pa'i r...
S.Ta:'.e;- are A .thout a peer. For
a.e by all druggists.

captain n Dunn. hoe flowing sPlf-ex-
,i.ana:ory ;-t:'er having been received
:omrn hrim:
U'. S. I)redge Caucu-. Quarantine
Staion. Sop'em'ber 7th, 1905.,
Pensaceoa .Iournal, Pensacola. Fla.:
"'Gn;t(-1:n-I1 understand that it
: rumor ed in Pensacola than we have
Sl'low fever on boar:. the dredge
Caucus," which rumor is absolutely
"On Savurlay. September 2nd. we:
:r, a sick man ashore in Pensacola.
,.in have ha no other sickness of
,n desc:plition on board.
"If you w%:lJ kindly positively deny
he riumo)r iof our having fp\ Cr (on
,i.-ar-! I wi-i grea::y a-)preciate i;
This rumor is (cau.fnl much inea.-
ness amineg the fa:ni't of :(ome of
y. v crew.
"Thanking you in advance for your
kindness. I an.
"Very respectfully.
"Mas'er Dredge Caucus."



the Old Reliable

Nick s

where the best is
always obtainable.

All kinds of Fish, Soft Shell,
Crabs, Western Meat-
l -- R - -

I Arrived.
Bolgen, Nor. bk. Gundersen, 3')6,
I.aguna to order.
Brookwood. Br ss. Brown, 19 7, for
Tyne. with 2, s fL sawn tim-
I',er 177.Oo s ft ,unri-,r.

Amctel, Dn'ch ss, m Ihiie to order
Brookwotd. Br ss. Brown. 1t4,7. Sa-
vannah to the Wni. S. Keyvser CO.
Crauigilnicht.e. Br ss, :'267. Bostonl
to order.
Dulcie, Br ss, Harrison, 12S:, Faro
to .1. A. Merritt & Co.
Erne.rto, Span ss, O-nacchea, 1691,
(ulfpor: to F. 0 &-; ,e & Co.
He-lev.t'ile, Br. ss. B i'lngton, 16S7.
St. Vin t.nt.
Ida. S;an s;, Arana'. li.verp iol to
("'} Transit Co.

5OiI in Business I Kelvingrove. Br s-, McLennan.
GEORGE A. PETTERSON, 193S,. Newcastle-on--T une to miaste'.
is now located at Lucia, Autit ss. Martinoli ih, 1437,
Cor. Government and Barcelona Sta., Tries, ,to order.
and is better prepared than ever Anst. ss. Lodoviuo. Chernbrin from,
to repair safes, typewriters. Taimpa.
guns, pistols, locks, light ma- Br. ss. Ma: iner. Capt. Bubb. from
chinery and bicycles. New Orleans.
PHONE 203. Pe:iscola, Am ss, O'Leary, 10S6,

McMillan Bros. Co.

Naval Stores Market.
Savannah, Ga., Sept. 8.-The naval
stores -market closed Lo-day as loi-
W W .. .. .. .. .. .. ........... 5 40
W G. .... .. ... .. .. ......4 95
N ... . . ... ............. 4 5G

M .. .. .. .. .. .... .... ...4
K .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..........4
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BIG RECEIPT OF FUMIGATING H.... ..................4


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Fire, Life.


The Union Central Life

has a lower death rate, lower expense rate. and higher
interest rate than any company doing business In Florida.
it should be eeay for you to decide the rest.

S. Williams, General Agent.

Ncw Orleans to Grift Transit Co.
Sinionside. PIr sc. tobson. 1953, T
S !nlerland to J. A. Merrit't & Co. J NJ A OT .

Ships. Iron Works and Supply Co.
Kaiser Gor st!lp Mariin 1180, Bre-
men 'o MTaster. Manufacturers and Repairers of
Fiery Cross, Nor bk. C:aussen, 1399. FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
Gariba'di, Ital )bk, Agi no, 134S, Prompt attention given to al orders, day or night. Agents
Glour, ster to order. for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dogs, also
lHucson, Nor bk, Knud-en, 771, Lon- Chains of all descriptions.
don to order. Office Phone 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr.
Santa arra-ra, Port 1'k. Carreia, Residence Phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123.
633, Oporto to H. Baars & Co. **7 t-a t


Donna Chri-tcna, Am sch, Axelsen,
165. Belize to master.
Hjalmnar. Am sch, Axelsen, 55, Key
West to Gulf Transit Co.
Noas. Rus sch, Sneel.e, 333, Gloa-
cester to Master.


.... ...m...-.....- -. F...... .. ...............4 15 OPENED TO THE PUBLIC.
W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. E.. .. .. .. ...... ..........4 03 -
SD ...... .. .. .... .. .. ....3 70 The City Carriage Works claims to he
C.... .. ........ ; .........3 35 the sole and only carriage and buggy
As an evidence of the demand for Spirits Turpentine, 631., cents. ork which is in operation in Pen-
sulphur in Pensacola at this time, the sacol'a ar the present time.
rce:pt of a ton and a half of this fu- -FEEL IMPENDING DOOM. Ti hops are 'located at 113 and
*-.izring mniatrial by W. A. D'Al-m- The feeling of impending doom in 115 West Romana street. and J. J.
erCness r,iz ore yesterday is an ex- the minds of many victims of Bright's li':iard is Ihe proprietor. Every
omple. Thi n makes several tons of disease and diabetes has been chang- .an. wornan and (hi Il lin Pensacola
-imph':r :hat. Mr D'Alemberte has ed to thankfulness by the benefit ae-i. ows that the o]d Hillia rd carriage
!arnd 'd since the fever was an- rivcd from taking toley's Kidny shop wa.s organized in 1S7, and th-e
:,.,-c Cure. It will cure ij pient B-irhr's City ('a'rraare Works is a directt ranchi
H, ;iso reco.ved yesterday three diabetes and even in he Worst c ise" ,o thai (,,I andl r.iea-l'e -, abl.shment.
S,.f oil of ;tr.neila. so that the giles comfort and relief. Slight dis rhe ar", (iln-g 1 wIth a complex e
war on the mosquito can go on uLlii orders are cured in a few days. "I horsesheoeing shp. tnipToving two
t.rrupted. had diabetes in its worst form." write horseshoers at all times. The oth er
Marion Lee of Dunreath, Ind. "I departments are equally well equip-
Cause of Insomni-. d tried eight physicians With relief. Only who desire repair work don
I:dioestion nearly always disturbs three bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure outPk and twho desire repair work done
the sleep more or less and is often made me a well, man." W. A. ouck and thorIghay will unquestion-
th, calue of insomnia. Many case., D'Alemberte, Druggist and Apothe these people. E' r- line of work is
have been permanently cured by cary. Sw
('ham!,'r'an's S:omach and Livr e rundertaken-n,'thing too big or small
ror salGive them a trial, they will do the
T s. r sale by all drug r' .. ... 'I. rest.

OPa bet


Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Ais I

W WM'M- 1 1
Medicines that aid nature are al-
B ue R ibbo ,ways most effectual. Cha;nberlain'i
B lue libbotf Special to The Journal. Cough Remedy acts on this plan. I;
t Caryville, Sept. 8.-4--ounty Super- allays the cough. relieves the lungs ,
B ottle Br, ",'eent 1. F. Gainer visited Cary- aids aexpec'oration. opens the seorre
Bo ttll pBeir so 2 a few days tions, anti aids nau:'e in restoring the
yvile public seool No. 20 a few days sctenm to a healthy condition. Sold
ago, and was much pleased to see the syte to a hy condon old
has no equal, schoolroom well filled with pupils. by all druggists.
The average attendance is much great-
Sold everywhere, er than for several terms past. mainly
S. because the school board has placed SCUTTLING A SHIP.
t A. F riedirr ian Iin charge Custis Brown, a first-grade
S.A m Fried m n i teacher and a young man well up in Laws Asgaint Thi n Crime Have Al-
Wholesal Distributer school work. ways Been Very Severe.
Wnolesale Distributer. .J. C. Anderson, vice-president and Scuttling may be defined as the art
general manager of the George E. of cutting holes through a ship's hull,
Leader in Imported Wines Wood Lumber Company. has returned either for the purpose of keeping her
__ I ......- from an extensive ,vislt to Ghicago, steady, when stranded, by filling the
and Liquors. nd other ctes in the West, and is old ith water and thus saying ship
PHONE 'e. r now in charge of the big mill plant at and cargo, or sinking her in order to
PHONE 1791. Caryvllle. an rgo, or skn her In order to
No. X31 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. i Two log trains make dal trips on obtain the money for which she Is in-
PENS-ACOLA, FLA. the new railroad of the George E. sured. It Is the latter form of scut-
-. .. Woo, Lumber Company. each train tling that we propose to deal with.
: bringing in about 800 lo;s. making a; A shipmaster is monarch of all he
cay's run of the mi14, cutting about surveys when remote from the land
70t logs. reaching the enormous and no other sail above the boundary
!TnI|I amount of about 100,000 feet of Inln line of sea and sky; hence there would
ber every day. The lumber yard is be little difficulty in his wny should
UNKS now wel, stocked wltn irwn lumber .. ..... .
of al dininsions and rades. he Iroprse to nttlels sp. eitLer to
S. arteveralcrews at work loading ,x injire or to assist thc owner.s thereof.
part liumber as well as the large ship- For this reason the laws against scut-
SUIT CASES. U LUnt made from the planing mill of- tling have always been very severe all -
dressea lumber by every freight train. over the world. By an act of eonzress
For the comfort and con- passed in 18(4 it was n ,' ncted that "any
S*,iaee of you,-r Inour- THREE JURORS CURED person. not being an owner, who shall

Of Cho'era Morbus with One Small;
Bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera arnd Diarrhoea Rem-
edy. R

on the high seas willfully and corrupt-
ly cast away. burn or otherwise destroy
any vessel unto which he belongeth,
being the property of any citizen or

citizens of the United States, orpro-



'Mr. G. W. Fowler, of Hightower. cure the same to be done, shall suffer
Ala., relatc-s an experience he had death." English laws were similar.
while serving on a pe'it jury in a The Inst man executed in England for ,
murder case at Edwardsville. co' ip scuttling was Codli. hanged on
seat of Clebourne county Alabama. Deal beach about 104 for scuttling a
SHe says- "While there I ae,' esel in the Iown n order to obtain
fresh meat and some souse meat -nl h w
it gave me cholera morhus in a -er. the u for whlh .he was insured.
severe f.,rm. I was never more -ick Less drastic lws prevail now, and the
in mn life and sent to !he drug store, gravity of such an cse is met by penal
for a certain cholera mixture. but the servitude and the canceling of certifl-
druggist .sent me a bottle of Chamber- Cates should the offenders be shipmas-
lain's Colic. Cholera and Dia-rho3a ters or of(eers.-London Standard.
Remedy instead, saying that he ha.
what I sent for. hut that this medic'n, -
was so much better he would rather NOTICE.
send it to me in the fix I was In. I Until further notice we will close'
took one dose of it and was cure.: In our .'ore daily, except o a:urlays. at
V'e minutes. The second dose cut- 3:30 p. m. Our patrons wil' plea-e be
i : me entirely. Two fellow jurn',rr governed aC-ce)"dl7ilhy.
were afflicted in the same manner, BA T HILu, GROCERY CO.
.and one small bottle cured the three
,of us.'' For sale by all druggists.
Fifteen cents per doten paid 1-r ONLY PLACE OF ITS KIND IN
mnt Bosso bottles at Nick's CITY WHICH IS NOW IN OPERA-
-emty b. TION. J. J. HILLIARD, PROP.
B. L. Gladden has been employvel EMPTY BOTTLES.
as collector by us and his receipts w'.,, Fifteen cents per dozen paid for
be recognized by us. : empty Bosso botLies at Nick's res-
THOS. C. WATSON & CO.j taurant

If you have not already
experienced the



by all means order a Gas
Range to-day,


'Orx cLr" 'yoIr Ir
fr~mxa tho
Consumers' lee and Fuel Company. |
Office-Corner Chase and Tarragona. Phone 2S9.



Stearns' Electric

Rat and Roach Paste
A ass be, eof Sterns' Westrieo Paste will kill *m al the rate a
St* Is a be* le a s egile mEiht
and other vermin are quickly killed by Steans' Electric Paste. Very y we-
GUAMim'aYwEg ue* will d be ramdd Itf etsIt "o lketri Rat1 md m. Pse
S lUNA 1AM-o do *anfl$ tIb s claid for It.
2 0. box,9 Lc; Hotel size (eight times the quantity) $1.00
elea mvswec r maa sMalio s t" mus r Pro I
STEAM$' ELETN PASTE MS., Chioag, lg, S. A.




Take Life Insurance To-day
We may call today our own, yet we own it
not. While you live and have health you should

Take a Policy in The Equitable.

Knowles Bros.

Gen'l Agts



Estate !

We are prepared to take all

the real estate that is on the



Phone 1052.



fisher Building.

27 East Garden Street.

Phone 148.
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ne., \I he'her it be by
land or water, we have a
variety of such requisites
as Trunks. Suit Cases,


here t:han a: mos* stores,
and I n',,r service, be-
cause h,> re the best
quality goods that can be

Trunks, $2.75 to $15.00.
Suit Cases, $2.25 to $8.00.
Telescopes. 50 cents to $1.25.

Phone 297

Coar. Main and Palafox Sts.

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