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:
October 4, 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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Nw Orleans Oc. Oct .-Fol-
lewtag is the official report to 6
p. m:
Nv wases today, SO30; total to
4ate. 2,o2.
Deaths today, 2; total to
New foci, 5.
Cases under treaturent, 210.
Cases discharged, 2,466.



Fall of Between $6 and $7 Per Bale Result

of Publication of Government

Report Yesterday.

By Assocated Pme.
New York, Oct. S.-The pblieation
of thU government cotton eport to-
day was followed b y a saatlomal
break in the market. lsale of Affteen
minutes there was a decline of 38 and
44 points on active mouthis The gov-I




Wow Preit sea p
em WiNSie afiet1h

*By AmWistd Pres.
St. Loils. Oct. 3.-A suit for injune-
tion was filed to the circuit court hero
today by President Joseph Ramsev, of
m the Wabash against tae Iron Moun-
tain and Wabash RaLwwa/ companies.
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Or. Wkhte In Pleased. ;the mercnantile Tust Company o01
r ... New York, George J. Gold and others
New Oras, Oct. 3.-Having gone to prevent the proposed annual me.t-
lmuost to the Texas state line. Surgeon ing of Gotld and his associates at
qWhli of the Marine Hospital Service, Toledo, where ft is proposed to e!"ct
1Wtnea today generally pleaeeo with a board of directorss and a president
S of'his trip and expressing to control the Wabash road for the
S t of his trip and expressingnext year.
the o the quaratin over a President Ramsey alleges in the pe-
large portion of the state would be ma- titon that one result of the meeting
terliy odided by the middle of the will be to stile o stibtion in the
WSint tao&t, witht the likelihood .24
that practically of tl would be traffic between Ladh
on"a by November 1. tuffi ,MiLssouri Pacili between "8t
A by member 1. and Kansas City. He sars that Gould
Dr. White expects there will be frost controls a majority of tht stock of the
ever a large part of the state by No- Missouri Pacific and of the Iron Moun-
vember 1. and as a secona1ary infec- tain road.
tion cannot appear inside of two weekly
there is no reason why th, bars to p.r-
eonal communication hoiuld not be COTTON CROP
removed fifteen days before frost ap l
Not only here but wherever the infe BULLETIN ISSUED
tion has jxistd, Dr. White said then,
was cause for congratulation over th.'
present conditions, the weekly satis- FIGURES SHOW COMPARISONS
ties showing splendid results in the
e:adic-tions of the fever. FOR PRECEDING MONTHS AND
"There is every season to be pleas
ed with conditions here." said Dr. ALSO TEN-YEAR AVERAGE
White, "and sbsolutl!y no cause for
disappointment when. a. today. other '
Is a slight advanced in the number of By Associated Press.
new cases We are now basing our Washington, Oct. X.-TI-h bulletinon
Cgiht on the weekly avirage- and the condition of the cotton crop Sep-
- (-Ling especially each locality i t;cmber 25 issued by the agricultural
v-hich a case appear.-.' fig-ure 71.2 as compared with 72.1 for
Mississippi Summary. August 25, ad' with 75.8 for September
Jackson. Miss.. Oct. 3.--The Missis-i :ast year, and a ten-year average of
sippi fever report for today is as fol- G6.1. V k-,i-gs igHt new chases. no The statement of conditions in the
di'aths. three cises in country; Natchez various states as compared with the
tour new s-ass.. two unw foci; Gulf- ten year average, follows: Texas 69
port five new cases; Mosspoint and and 61; Georgia 76 and 70; South Car
F-cranton no new casos, all patients re- d.lina 74 and 69; Florida 76 and 72;
covering: Port Gibson seven new Alabama 70 and 67.
cai8e-; Hamburg. three 'new cases:
|1oxie. Mississippi City. Handaboru INDIAN C NNOT
and Harrison no new cases INDIAN CANNU

Senator Mitchell Hurt.
Portland Or-.. Orc 3.-Unite l
8fttes Senator John -I MstcheUl wae
was taken to a local nospitaF today
suffering fr;m a brol, ,n ri;. H-"
slipped on -onme lo= earth wl','
watching tie dry J'). Lng on the
steamship Oceano.

October 3

By Associated Press.



By Associated Pr.
Richmond. Ind., Oct. 3.-Charles E.
Shively. supreme chancellor of the
Knights of Fythias, in an opinion ren-
dered here tonight holds that an In-
(:an is no: eligible to membership in
the Pythian order.

American League.
W-ac an 1. Ch:rae> 3.DR VON ESDQRf
IF-? on 7. C v'uanJ 4
\ k it (firs: gm ARRIVES IN CITY
Ntw York ]., Iktr, 1, (secon.,

Pttlsburz I'l. HI-t)T' itf'-'t ganie
~.IA)tlh- : B0. llc~o!II' 1 4. (tfirst Igame.
St L,-uiF ~,.: i3, lscon)li
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rani i-.
Cinsinn::;. 4. N w York 2. fir< Dr. R. H. Von Esdort, diagnostician
fgme I in th.' Marine Hospital ,Service. arrive.
Cln{nr.a-t: 4. N\-w Yrk 4. (secor c ei in the' ctry last night and register-
ganme. ca:.1 eighth t, at he .Merchan:s- H'el
cameoo ,. Philadelphia 5, (dark- He comes here from New Orleans,
es. t -in J. et'..nville, presumably tor the
I l.urpote of staying at the detention
TWO NEW CASES AND (a up which will be opened today near
-__ r. Von E drfd is one of Uncle Sam's
By Associated Press. yellow fever experts, end he will also
Berlin. Or -':," ,r, ial h :'.';etin,.-td air -he a.cistance pos!blt to the
aunounc-'d ^ ,ase. from cholera I ocal lealhautnoritles. Hewas recent-
and two death :a the twenty-four 1 at rallulah where he sueceeaed in
Sbors ending at noon today. j stamping out the yellow fever.


ermamt estimate of 71.2-2 per cent.
cased great surprise and caused
eaoamos selling from the South and
UvwpooL Today's low prices show
a mnwtm-un decline of 136 to 150
points from last month's high level,
which Is equivalent to between six and
seven dollars per bale.

NO 0,W[H

New POiW Sp"ruug




Say ft Is a hipmhs Iivson




Jewels to Value of Nearly $75,000 Siezed AND DEATHS 4

By Custom Officials for Non Yesterday's Report Not So Good,

Payment of Duty. But Better Than Some
Previous Ones.
By Associated Press. customs authorities because of non-
Cleveland, Oct. 3.-Judge Taylor, of payment of duty. Altogether the col-
lector of customs seied' nearly $75,000
the United States distrlet court, today worth of Mrs. Chadwick's ewels NURSES ARE NEEDED
issued an order directing United States Those remaining in the hands of the
Marshal Chandl,'r to sell at public authoriUee are valtrad approximately
auction the diamonds of Mrs. Cassie at $10,000.00. Many of the stones had
Chadwick which were seized by the never been t. Several More Could Be Used to

Jams Hl d By ,Ac oteo- forae- Hyde.t

Ac tal ooting I Which Two day gave t or pub. letter TexaS friod ts Nt Yet Been L- Salvati Army Girl willing to .olowing is the o ftals um-
mary of the yellow fever situa- -
addressed by him dChirinail tion up to last night:
Pajt ni t l O os .Charls a Hughes. toh anat ed Bt 200 uo Continue Give Up Mn Who H ad B- New cases, 9; tA l cses to
SI- nvstligatlng commltte in which he Nw -, ; oc U date, l75
Storii says he has advised Mr. lt de that in Uf t Sac. o 8k W.* Deaths. 4; total deaths to
his opinion the comittee)s without date, 31.
power or jurisdiction to ; the in.- Cases discharged to date. 63.
By Associated Press. vestlgatio in which it engaged. By Aseooilted Pres. Birmingham, Ala., Oct. 3.-UnwAl- Cases now under treatment ,
The leantt Oc enter in partsays: Oct. 3.-here is little ling to give up husband of three 81.
Atlanta, Oect. t.-Green terma, -"My opinion "is d on then te situation regarding the weeks, pretty Peachle Jones, Salva- *
about seventeen years old. died at the position tnat the as y at lest chase after the negro, Monk Gibson, to Army lassie of not more than
&hospital tonay,-the result of a has no power to direct; a ivestiga- charged with the murder cfalive m s- eighteen summers, chin; to J. Wafer
shooting on September 20. The bo to, (1) to be held after Its adjourn- bers of the Conditt family. Thre IFranklin. who is sald to have three Nine new cases and four deaths a
declared he accidntia hot himself, ment, (2) for theexpres purpose of are still two hundred, men in the wies, in the police court yesterday the yellow fever report for yesterday.
wais aloneinwthh o..tYe trmane reporting to a future eI lattire not swamp ho have been searching for untli she knew the particulars of a spo ai a T
wot alone w ith him at te time of the yet selected l and whih tn have no the negro without result. the charges. She was sitting' by hs This Is possibly a gater number
shtitng, declared the lwoundwa n exstance till 10n6. he estion has Four companies of militia encamped side in the Salvation Army hall Sun- of cases than was expected ut it is
t teo n loy.hmself, carelessly and t n- never been before te l rts as ffr here are being jeered by many of the day night when he was arrested, by no means as bad as it has beer.
exte onald bey .A strong attachment as I anlearm. If the eat ec. younger element, while older hea s When Miss Jones and Mrs. Franklin The great trouble now s the lack of
iz existed' between "te ou. and their tended for ecn be wil it wis content themselves wiih criticism of -No. 3 reached the polled court yester-
conductnce the shooting has given point the way to a d us invasion the governor and factit,.us remark day Bi search ofd her hue and she met operationn of certain of the citizens.
a general impression that the dead of private rhts" about "Ti Soldiers" j tant en Judge eagii jut as as getting The board of health iiandlcppe tin
bor t ook the blame o the accident t ,ral Hulels in command, and he inas ready to enter the cow t room. a measure by the fact that cases ar.
iupon himself to shiaeladscousia ayy oy byfire wa t th ... ...harlt lle % guilty,". not as promptly reported as they
X.3 ml ow "h akam fnwWt should he, in fact soene of the cases
|ker Dow"ad sewf _ut awprUabnt ofagans tae -i- rep...eowat'ail.'Th- .... st va
McDAVID TO COUNTY JAIL laer doead i bCtyhe prpiia h o- the negro has escaped, for if the d- m. be taei444 ta be anl sy." Judg te nt reported at all. This state
lr a potolle Chrch of his owe an hfoun- cers had him they would certainly Feagin directed the anxious bride to of affairs hinders the wt rk of proper
Ne Meriweter and Lee Rely, dation, left here t ofv ea onute tounis turn him over to the formidable array the office. of Detectives Bodeker and fumigation aud screenin.
Nes. M werebr an e ey, dati-on, left here ntoa ea route to of mi litary. Fresh horse were sent Hamilton, where Ptankn was being ere .o lrtee .
cola from McDavid yesterday alifter- Gonzalez raneh, near Tampico. Dowie to the searchers today. court. After learning the facts Miss stamping out the fever now
noon and placed in jail. They are has been confined to hit car since his jJones told Franklin that, though he frost, but the board of health hav,
both charged with gambling, but they arrival, and has not ben, seen by a Fine Hotel Burned. ha wronged her, she would forgive centered all efforts towards checking..
are in some way believed to he indj- soul. While admitting that the "gen- Jackson, Miss Oct. 3.-T.he Norvelle him.
rectly connected with the murder of eral overseer is not we;." the mem- oatel. the sandsomest in Mississippi, i ll let the law take its course," the spread of the illwase. Ltile
William Smith at that place Saturday bers of his staff deny that hehas been was destroyed by fire last night. Loss she said. "He can never be anything progress will be made in this dirce-
nght. stricken with paralysis. $150,000. Insurance $85.060. more to me, but I'll bortr him no ill tion however, as long as people con-
I will." tinue to conceal cases and ignore the
b e dWhen arraigned before Judge Fea- rs of the health officers.
gin itt was announced that Deputy orders of the health offers.
S Sheriff T. F. Reeves of this county New Cases.
had sworn out a warrant against the The new cases reported yeste
S mai. The judge nol prossed the city
case and turned him over to the cone- are:
ty authorities. Bond was liXed at Otto Ketterer, Cor. Zarragoes and
$1,000 by Justice R. D. Weaver, be- Tarragona.
fore whom the warrant was sworn MLellan Lewis, 50 North 9th ave.
Soutt. The deputy sheriff went before Colon Lewis, 506, s north 9th ave
a Judge Weaver because he holds court Coon Lewis, 506, torth 9th re
at West End, and it will be more con- Vera Graham, 107 ast Romans.
lenient for the witnesses to go there. Toney Corfeit, 390 t ast Romana.
Wife No. 2 is a nie!e of Deputy Mrs. W. B" Harbuck. 314 South Al.
B. Reeves. Prior to her marriage she caniz.
#' was Miss Ida\ Smith, daughter of a
wa prominent man of Toadville, about J. H. Reynolds, near Goulding, Fla.
twenty-five miles west of Birmingham. John Kelley, Norwegian bark Kw- -
in Jefferson county. Mr. Reeves says mos.
t Franklin first put in his appearance Henry Shuttleworth, 101 East M .
at Toadville nearly seven years ago. mana.
HIe claimed to be a Methodist preach- mana.
Ser, according to the deputy, but was The Deaths.
later baptized in the Baptist chur'th. Those whose deaths were reported
In this role he is said to have had sev
eral charges. He also met and won Iat the office of the stata health owicer
ITthe hand of his niecL, he says, and yesterday are:
Only recently moved to Birmlnghara. Dr. H. H. Boulter, 313 North Spring.
where he secured employment in a Fred Menge, 2nd Mat. German ship
furniture store. Several weeks ago
he sent his wife to the home of l:er: Kaiser.
parents and married the Salvationr Eddie Beledeau, (auno-inced as Wil.
Army girl. lie Savage), 307 Salawanea.
T. .arrest was on complaint of .Mrs. F. G. DeBroux, Cor. Tenth avenue
Cora Franklin of Newport. Ky., whom and Gregory
he I ,sa l to have ma'red before dh, d
cae to Aiaba.a. He admits tha he bthe German -hip Kaiser, which is now
married in Newport. ut he secured at quarantin,. He diei on board yr7.
a divorce. By w!fe No. 2 he had oaw terday a I'tie before nnon anfl was
-' trch is now with its mother at taken ashore last for burtL
Toadville. Two other cases of illncas were m
posted on board, but the cases have
not yet be.,n declared, veltow fever, a'.
L.J.GILES DROPPED though th,.re is but I!ttle doubt thMa
It is the fevwr, aa nea. y every o e
yLAST NIelT i,.vcrew .as been strik-
the -e.t of them are now being ouuei
\ ,for at S'. Anrthony's ho.pital.
few day< a', as having the yellow
SH3OPS EXPIRED FROM fever died yesterday afternoon. He
wn. a son of Leon DeBr.u:zx. He eame
APOPLEXY. here with ali wife anJ two children
." about one year ago trom Detrot,
Mechigan, an! made nany trierds io
I.. J. Giles. a stationary engineer at cer; business here, his store being i
the L. & N. soops, dropped lead in hLs cared at No. 427 East ~reogory streW,
-*- r om, corner Garden street and 11th He was very successful. out had made
.enue. Apoplexy was the cause o1 up his mind to return to Detroit. sa
his u Mr. Giles was about 56 years of age his illness which resulted in hls deatb,
and leaves a bother who is now at He leaves a wife and two childrsm,
louisville, Ky. ris remains were pro- four brothers and two siters. His
PREDICTOR JOHN D.-I 8U BY THE LINES OF YOUR HAND THAT YOU ARE GOING INTO THE pared for burial, pending histructions father and mother are well known
BUMPS SOON. fr Dn his brother at Iouudiillle. here, having lived here many years.
UNCLE BAM--OOSH! HOW MUCH IS THIS INSIDE INFORMATION COSTING ME? Mr. Giles was known as "Jakey" Nearly all of the other patients aei
PRUDIC'TOR JOHN D.-W- IL, ABOUT $50,000,000 A YEAR I8 MY FEE. Glles and has been here nr ar um- prDogressing very nicely. The pby*
BAYS THAT TEN MILLION NUN WIIA, BE OUT 6r WORK.--NWrW8 ITEM. sudden death. (Continued om Page 8) ,,

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er nearly a bu"nOred yeart man. ro
gueror of the remainder of the sphere
mn wbich we live. has placed among his
c ief ambitions a desire to %,t a tri-
umphant foot. if only for a moment, upon
both of tho m absolutely unknown and
ltelated points which science has placed
at either end of the earth's axis--the
North and the South Poles. Tbe at-
temnpts to rearb .0 doegees north tatl-
tsde bore bee much more frequent and
far more secessful than bare bees the
trial to cefquer the vt te e-hand re-
gions that lie about the highest point of
farthest degree south. Yet the return of
two expediteios ht the nouthera polar re-
gCoan--e that was made by the Ger-
imas In the Gauss and the other by
the English in the Dtscovery have add-
ed largely to onr knowledge of places
end tcndttlons far more unknown than
the area lyilng imediatcly about the
North Pole- Moreover. It is undonbtedly
a fact that there is every reason for be-
Ilterng that within 20 year the North
Pol. can be located and the flag of some
ent.rprisrng uatlor. planted where Its
Imaginary line will protrude from the
eternal ice of the Arc kr irrle.
But the tuvestii:rntios of the Germanif
and Engltsit, nio hnav'e pent two years
Is Antarctic waters, make it seem ilm-
probable 'hat the Smouth Pole will ever
be set foot upon by man until! pAbe
method of( fying through the a!r has
been prrfected. Tl'ie scientists who
bave st returned from the Fouth poar
region bare proved concltusvely that the
region ot eternal ee extendtng out from
the Sonth Pole is at Weast seven times as
great tn extent as that which be a t Ints
mortbern sister. Th t means a sledft
oorurey that holds omit Do aoe of reach-
Ing the pole. Moreover. the temperatures
at the extreme south of the globe are
much more severe than those at the
north. T'!,i is due. of course, to the
UDequal inclination of the earth to the
plane of Itat erit about the unn. More-
over. as Ilense cold always tends to
breed a further decrease In temperature .
the vast ti'e t.,ld& round ithe ouitbern
i'ule are slowl). blt surely, increasing In
depth and area. So, while the world of
science tfirmy believes that the N(,rth
Pole w. 1W re:; iei a tti:n 2 U yenrs.
there is ap;pa t. to hope of mtsu r. "* l
lIn III ; : o e:'i I t. I of the 8artnl io on.i:
as be is forced to .artl over the ,ur-
face of ti 4 Le Ho" ever. the truth iu-
rresrts of ,' :: mot bound up Altb
a mere ren rctng of ac 1-.-ajLn-y po;nt
at OU d>grt'v ,I.L:h latitude. 'I le true
cicrtlldc liiti ~~ or a Soutb I'olar exiptl-
os lies in r, st ..' of thte -vegtat'le and
aDlnmal il; c 1.1 ,- s 'I' aitc to sustain
Its exi te:. ,,t I i tr A .:artl"ic ordtijIoua

Where the Germ aes Made Their

The Germarn rmadr rse of Krr-xe-n Iis
land. a irarv fp;t.- d ;:tg its second
title of'otl.o Islai d. as a rear tan ..
It -as discovered lt 177. by, a 'r':.
eailor I smani her ('llnmate -f ithe.- l ,.a d I r;i,% :i;-, Pli r:;,;
are fr-qi'J t tid i l>t: o1 t1 e i t v', l mr iI
cover. i : tlb *i e sheet. T- It re c'".
bow % er, i ,. ,r-'-;- "ord.s whii L ftor,'
gmin alrt'-"'' n t-- pv-tiou ,i f tjir I-
land ri ;;<1< : [i a-I-we i 1's-1e f.:
Tario;- (t", ''- ',i'..1 Inl I'T4 :.
was i-mm,. -'v th, m. -tug-tr and l', the
E -Li. A ;i > -- :i: ;) 'j titrma.,n c(-tda i'
Ik L. (t o .%v 1 '.S:t (Of \neLJ. It
w as ;>-ai \-'! 1 1'% : I ;. 'I-'
It aS fr : I..- -.Iid- it. ,: TL Gasr.m
Endrted l.a ,; : . ; ::.

s.,-r ,at:-r. p: r'\ -, i:.d; a,- it is e
b -ntia! it: ~'- -y:', r <-r !] "onv.s or
the h ,am l II r ',- ': < 'l' ;T:of>' :
untic ro- ,tn tb sn 'utan. : ,>. -r' -
tions st,'. be n:: 1 \-i 'i or O ,cor
parade ot ---r T (, n' w!iad
spl ndidly WhI. -. t- t '-- to

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The Man Behind

The Man Behind

the" Scenes."

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eawt longitude where the lee was 30 feet
thirk, while the snow lying on that Ice
ranged from 30 to 40 feet In depth. Bled
lourueys were made from these winterquar-
ters. /but it was found that many of the
remriras were suffering from frostbite
a.inl snow blindness. Some very Inter-
esting and important observations con-
cernrug Amr(Utic weather were made,
bhich together with those recorded by
otiir xip.ditlonas will help to solve the
ditffiult problem of forecasting the
world s weather. The terrific gales which in various parts of the Antarctic
sbow It to be a sort of "Throne of the
SWindl." and until the action of such an
extremely disturbing area isto known,
weather forecasters will not have all the
cFcessary facts at their command for
foreteing storage and hurricanes. The
climatic conditions of the winter station
of the Gaus showed clearly that the moe
of the west winds bad been lef behind
and a new rlae That Have amsinhed S-

Among the geographical results of the
rxp-illhonu Is the ldiprovery of the non-
,-xIt.-nee of the Termilnatlon Island. the
!.;tt >( w, I.i was sidled over by the
taauts. 'Lile no trace of land was to be
seen- In '.i.' ne'i'thoriood. A similar
nsto-nishlng dis al.<-rance of laud has oc-
<-urro-d Iii iihe ai* of Wilke's' land. over
.tov e! t 0: t li-h the lIlstcovery sled. I
"I **.e two lis:ap|-arau-es will serve to
,t4, w tw>tw itrti!'ely cautious one has to
be cono-erning lte* reality of certain Is-
laidls a- d laud In the Antarctic which
baae only I'T-e v-hwed at a dist:ince by
ormer itra,-clurs, wLo bare not actually
..aded on the supposed lauds.
Smowsterms the Worst Danger.

Th ,- -.'-er: rmynv nm hlh the Gauss

p. t,;, il h i t, c-, -d with. toth in the
nl ;.i:g L.o l u t t .- su|l ntil l1n tlhe nium-
-mieu- .-d,- <-\p is"II% were the sudden
S. ..t. 1." 7 i 3, :as-. Tihy were
IL, s o it'i k ltial a;ud marks \an-
. i- op ,', l.s- a appeared When
: me < on :;:v A hilte
:''o ,S. :-1 Nk, 1 re t quite
t',.-r ir IS: n .s!, t t sudd; l!y to turn
i tO t.,-t." i' t l:''.i~le :i-. ;,'d I lI. Staur -

J t L v i:o 1 :t-m ,---rv ir,.. :tt. An
u:"'rl! .1 t '.,:-'.::, C Wt'if en'lrt,.y :;.',t. A
a tor;. wt came
,. m ii' \ d ', (i" 'l'J u' a iropilcal
n', ,l :. -,, .l l f,, trin tl!. I
; :- --.' Ir.':i m.-.fter. stood
S. ,- ,. I aione, of ever
..; d A sailor once
:. 1 :i l '"-. ; o f.i a n a sce but, hbleb
.- f; t.- flm ;:i the sbip. lie lost
: u;.i :. .sf tile dis' nicef amid nta not
fo;. I two a:rs afta-rwarda, when
.i i,': r ll-J L;ci ::sae'lves together
wi .. : r,, i As the minu was known
toI bt ou 1'.e nor:lh side of the froztn tn
us--w. the trem; spread out in a vast semi-
cre :c :i sar nIed It.; r*lduali' widen.
img 'r< *'s Ti enilire grviind around the
, ',. The i;'..o had -walndtred In these
t i .--- e'or!.\ 41 Ifet fu'rthb r from the
-L.p .: I "..s foutd n; ai :n-i o srm ious
.. :'i ,-*.wred l :b s:>owv. The ship
,I ,. ,< , < .r; ,' 'irly iurild In snow
.r.:~:. lud all tie t, \hLich were

built around the ship ba the Ice, would
disappear within a few lhoanr a snow
grave and have to be dug out with great
labor when the snow flurry was over. It
a party were out on a searching expedi.
tion, lnvestlgatitg the few ige of life
which were evident, and such a snow-
storm was encountered, there was nothing
to do but to pitch the tent and make It
as nearly airtight as possible. The men
would then crawl Into their sleeping sacks
made of heavy fur, while the elements
raged over them and the tent Itself was
often completely buried in the shifting
snow drifts. While these brave men of
science were thus protected from the
snow in the iadIt of eternal fee by the,
light walls aC a tent, their sole occupation
for assinag time woold be to relate
astorie or to discuss scientific problems
among tbemselvee.
A demstlption of the first live creature
which the party met mid the snows of
the Antarctic says: "It was within the
Antartic Circle when, for the frst time,
we saw an object, strange, upright and
motionless, near the seaside, which, upom
Investigation, proved to be made of flesh
and blood, and not a fantastic carving In
lee or snow, made by the wind and waters
of the Antarctic Ocean. It resembled a
b human being. It made uno sound, but
moved Ital ead slowly from aide to aide.
but evidently without recugnutitag man-a
species of animal entiorly unknown amid
these ice-closed waters and snow mount-
ains. The strange being turned itsa small,
dark bead upon a close bead attached
gracefully to a black and white body.
The creature made no effort to escape,
aud the expedition captured an "em-
peror penguinu" The bird has a certain
melancholy majesty about It and meas-
ur-d nearly four feet in heIght."

Wlatertian on de lee.

Prof. von Drygalski was-'. the head
of the Gauss expedition, and It la evi.
dent that the German leader was a bold
investigator and a prudent organizer, to
whom the real end of his mission was of
such great Importance that in the flrst
reports little was said about the courage-
ous undertakings, bold defiance of dean
and cool, scientific observation under dan-
gerous conditions. The original reports
tmay possibly have been a little suppres-
sive on this side of the expedition, but
this is now made good nla the full narra-
tive, which im told with great descriptive
power and dry humor. It was on Feb-
ruary 14., lO-, that the Gauss reached the
edge of the Antarctic lce; it was In the
last days of the same month that it b.-
came frozen In.
The expedition was, therefore, forced to
winter on the ice Instead of on land, this
peculiar situation rendering the sledge
expeditions from the ship very difficult
as it was Impossible to know whether the
return roote would be Intact when home-
ward bound toward the ship. Troops of
emperor penguins, the strange animals
that "swim on the Wee and 6 In the
water," gave great amusement to the
men. Some of the more Inqoifitive among
the penguins woulu actoatly walk on
board, aud it was only under pressure of
necessity that the crew brought them-

aelve-' to kill these strange confidina
birds. Drygalski sings a perfect song of
praise to the Siberian and Kamchatka
dogs, whose power of resisting cold was
astonishing. In the severest snowstorms
they would lie rolled together, quietly let-
ting themselves get snowed up till only
a hole was left for their spiky noea to
breathe through.
De )p-ee Divingr Under time Ie.

But while neither the Germa aor tthe
English expeditions to the South Pole
made any marked advances over previous
attempts to reach the pole Itaelf, the
men in studying the country naderwent
dangers which could not have been rsu-
passed In severity if the pole had actually
been reached. IFor, not only weta the Ice
conditions studied and what few animals
and plants that could be found. bet even
beneatt. the 'c/ waters of the Antaretic
Ocean Investigations were made and the
results written out and tabulated for
selentiflc records. I seems almost an-
believalte that the protessional diver who
accompaniled the Gauss should have bad
the harolhood to pnut on bhis rubber aud
metal suit and, dropping thrbogh a bole
14 feet deep. .lowly sink 30 feet below
the iecMOvered s-irface to a point where
even the frigid temperature of the
Antarctic circle were powerless to affect
the life on the floor of the ocean sur-
roundine the Soum Pole. This theatre of
the expioratio.. is undoubtedly tthe moat
marvelous of all Deep-see diving has
never ceer ati-mptei- before either la n
the Northern or southern polar ocean.
A study of ,he results of the Antarctic
expedition, aside from the establishment
of the elentiae details, Is mot Interett-
ing to the general publle as proyig. be-
yond any doubt toat the Antarctic regson

Is even more Inbtopitable and Impossible
for human purposes than the Northern
regions of eternal lee. Theme adventurous
spirits who yearn to seek glory la finding
the earth's pole are now warned to con-
fine their exertions to tzytag to locate the
North Pole. As foe tte e outer end of
the eartb's axis, nature has surrounded
It with a natural proteetlas built up of
hundreds of ailes a asountal ranges
formed from thj slowly itereaslng Ice cap
that rets Ita satntd weight upon the
Southern Pole. the vamt magnitude of
thila other k- e cap ea be best ex-
pramed to the ordinary imasgaation by
the single statement that should these
mountain ranges of tee suddenly melt
through some matvelous cause, as f., for
example, the touth Pole should be struck
by a buge coast, the meltinl of the
h1tarcttc Ice cac overnight wold sub-
merge every con'inestc O the globe, de-
stroy the balance of the earth oa its axis
and within a swittt period of time remove
every race of hlang life off the surface
of the globe.

Why the Leaves Fade in


The primary caose of the withering of
the leaves in autumn is the chilling of the
soil, and the process advance far before
it Is accelerated or completed by freesing.
Roots are unable to absorb as much water
In cool soil as In warm-arte stopped frost
It altogether nla very cold earth. They
ought not to be urged to d6 It by the
pumping leaves, and so the leaves, partly
because their sapplile afr withdrawal,
partly to relieve the plaat of their do-
mand, are cas; off. With the frt redee-

tio of temperature Ia the seal ad oease-
quent leasentag of water (with its dis-
solved eaesance from te roots, the
protoplasm begins to withdraw from the
In "evegreose" leaves, which are fitted
by their eoampat shape aSd other preper-
tie to reat wistry iasieaes, the graino
of arMaig masttni (ehearophyb alk
to the cells underlying the surface and
are bait hidden, so that these leaves be-
come dull In color, veiled oder a Sim of
empty surface pells. In the leaves of de-
cIdoo s trees, bwever, such as our ordi-
nary hardwodk, the eblaropoyl disap-
pears altegeer, retreaontgwith the other
protoplasmic materlaI lanto the branches.
stem ad other bore sheltered parts of
the plants. Steadily these cell contents.
carrylag the stahi,. Vogar and all that is
serviceable to the plant,. migrate back-
ward saleg the path byr which they do-
aBended. In the trees and shruab they
lodge o the woody parts, bet la many
herbaseoas plant they go below the
ground to be stored os andergroound
stems, or to tuberoea uoots, and drawn on
next spring for te fresh growth of leoveas.
hence our potatoes, turnlps, beets, ete.,
do ot get their faness atiU the -tops"
have withered asd contributed their ma-
toraias. Nothing Is now left ta the leaves
but a framework of empty cello and a cer-
tain realdue of material to longer earefut
which It it a adivatage to the plant to
get rid of, as that heflutttg of the leaves
ia In m view a (fu process of e ram

An arser-platfd eator car, earrylag a
qiCk-Artag Sold gui, is 2l0g constructed
at the Dooller Wor s tosWieer-ek .
stadt Aasrisa. It ill be so arrasead
that it Ma be Ared tall direleO~a, ore
ever the head of the driver.

"Propa -s the property ma ae a
theater Is always called. is well samed.
for be to literally one of the pe op a
theater. and a very Important one. B tole
Sof those w"otme wo thoah set
men personally, yet do a great deal to-
ward obtalofn a* hmadene asttf sa4
smooth performance. Oae very emall m*
take made by bhin might really rate a
representation. Everything pat wps tlb
stage or used there Is rader bhisl ca fam.
and It a ttIsrW. a pOatheeb@*k a kaft a
book or a 4 ed shM ad d etoi Itn
place, a play might cme, to grief sad ed
amiM ltatentiona later.
Jam ftncy a sew te whbib the vteMs
drag. the heroine p the abe toame
desk or table whw rthe. a AiM h e a
knife,. dagger or pi tol. ad after a m ri
tie ots -ne head free ad rmbes wte
the weapon. only to "ad it mn tMre.
Many Mah things have happen sad
will happen again; sad fienmerable are
the stories of the fa thIngs acter
have mid or done when they roeudat f ad
the meseM to km thaslves e or athes.
The rat-clams "prB'" mud be a pretty
fair artist, lptee. c earpeater And b
laet-maker. He m at bve m h te*s -a
a Memlashee am deserator. he. malso a
woema'oaMk iA maknm g a reram awm
bhomelIe, and a woman'sa r talls i .
fty to mse eese sa d tombMse
Pplar mebae hb ae M M tobe a
available maWil s ee lW1in 1
carved metal sad Wes*edwe aad
sliter plate and statVamy, the sdaud at
artistle ability demade4 fed "pgem g
has g rtly adveaced NeWadape i a
irt-elam theater an the ea sa mhm a* .
brace sad statuary that mre asiNIl

worker Ia this -ase i ta b ihat
qulft as well Os these lbd sad ae e
net breakable, e very tt a" m
mere trifle A"m d* W ea
make artificial Aower ad p-eta, ONin
sad all the twin taurtere, elots al*
even bom e ad eakea at a W
beaquet. He ate w tAe esU tot
doeeeduty tr tmli wimee, 111d1h1s6b011
caned spos to fake up 111tia AEN.
pege when the mansser was te
to pay for the glnger ale wheb the
meal substltute.
"PrpI" to gene l y mler e wbwem he
has to do with live atmlat. ae t
wblch devolvee opeon b ; bet the deepsee
depths of bhi troebles are oshed whef
a lve baby t needed. Of. eau,. be
do sn't keep this nt( pt"e p .'l,
but as the parents of ve ,b ba m a
generally well oi be has to my ebehaw
for the min t aetor a" "eep them i
sad In order. O nee hs 1 e to emek ited
fo it Ift it f tappembeen an apm e
more than me set% and his haboo@OW
are e~tes easlem i tryl ag to rp MW
terrner uatlet. Is a travillag e mpeny the
"prep'" I a ft &1 aHnt.t but lmply a
mIehaok. Do does t make -anyMI,
bat limits his exertios to wrest l with
tnrunks ad borrwt furniture.

A Woman's Chance for Life

Every woma. hasthe sisgs whle toil
the experienced whether se wilt live to
be very old. BeeM are some ft the asp
poseMd signs of longevity. The womn@
who appears taller In proportiea whe-
sitting down Una when standing has a
good cham of tlosg life. If !b h t in
long in prporttoa tj theAmbe. the boewt
lungs and digestive organs are Ilsf.
The pule should beat with a ftll ad
normal stroke. The liabe and Jato
ahold he IMrM and well terWeD. TOa
wbo roemnl their mowmens may eas
to live longest, and the theOrsn Is la
lived than other ehildrea, ut oW f at1 N
per women eea the aemalM
years. Only 82 me tis the mamp mbe
are privileged to amea Setary at u.1
Une of the secrets of lo Ieg i to Iho ve
plenty of sleep, and other wnis a: ft
sleep on the right side; besp the befiaa
window open all alght; the a t 66 a
the same temperature as t "bed sway
morning; don't have the pet in Mes b
rooms; take daily esertI nB So ts e
air; watch the three 'WO-dudalab a .
dampness and dralas; alit yer *
tions; keep your t4pr weary IM, **erk
more; ride lesi, walk me eat Iag

The Sbah of Puesitoa1--1as asr
da tn Varts fle tWM p uamm-iesb
the price of whJsk taS t t ^9W
each maebhine.

progessa In ip. This bo.ssur t tto
land of the f ie im satiy g awing,
and several mew a aigll aj nadw
The LoMada A M I t to -
gaged in tatg at a
pries in eme inbbe a mmrai eagle
a powertfl a ge a e escape sad a
ase terhe ma bd m worked

Tbe eter d a member al t a Loodos
borongh omeM eald ho had u atehed a

stress who hoeppad m s peck ate *ea
mole taoy I8 imos wbesue movins say



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N Y Tu ran on the Xray,

T 'OM Find Xact T rthIn

Wbot We Say of Our FaB Sits

tra quality,

Xtr me tyl

Xcessive price.

The ntew styles await
your call. Come and

C. C. Goodman. Geo. Asmopergor

WMumw 9 Mamoeract g
wedes Optok
Ie N. Plattz m tree. Peasacia. VU


The Frauen-Verein of 'he Lutheran
q church will meet with Mrs. John
Thompson on West Government street,
Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
The schooners Doris and Christina,
which bad been detained in quara'i-
for the past several da: in accort1
ance with thu state quarantine law,
proceeded out to sea yesterday.
The Brttibh steamship Sugela. Ca;.,
Marshbanks. consigned ", H. Baars &.
Co., came into port yesterday iromi
quarantine. where she bad been fuo
the required period.
There were 12 cases before Judg-
LAaey yesterday, out of which two
were continued and two discharged.
The proceeds amounted to $37.0u.
Two were given thirty--ay jail sen-

F. J. Delloecio. who iL with the tum-
kating gang. met with a painful
Bent yesterday whilr atton ing to Li-
duty. He f4ll from th( wagon and
Was bruised painfully but not seri-
S oualy.
A regular meeting of the Board of
BSaety will be he'd this afternoon at
3 o'clock. where mftticrt of importaprre
will be taken up Amon- other thiniz
that will be cons dered are the bi is
for police and firemen's uniforms
Want advertising will do things for
country people as well as for city p o.
pie A want ad will sei' your farm.
sell your horse or wagoi. or team or
farm implem(-rts. or (ro o01 cows. or
poultry, or turkeys, or minerals. rry
the "Want Ad Way."
Secretary McDavid. cof the local
Civil Service examining board, at!-
nource. that an examination will rno
beir in Pensacnis Nov 1- or th(- p
itjions of clerk and car IP Pers.i..;
wishing to take the exP'n:a.jion r=::
1llc their applications before Oct 2.
W1'h the propi offircia:,

Go!ng to Camp Mi:rv'ai V W' f
yo; get there and find that you have
forgotten to ni Tihe .loilrnral .', ,'
a tn you jiuz han-i vo'lr )-Avr "o D I-
lev C. Barriw V ,t v-i' find him ,;
the ground and! wil r; : tak, y.'-v,
ord er for t.,e or' na "":' nap-r 'n
We- Florida .h T v. -' r that wi
br'i .you new- fr,:: :. very dia'
and news that you cai ii,.- 'nd on.

Jams ciuh in "ei:of
let ter f ran:'i'N! M H11uth. NIIh.
spending tesnmt o : ort',! I
,which she s aaa '-&li, oraso
the Pensa.-ola fey' r '.-i 1!o i n -n-
err papers -r(, do,- I-'-
Ursor The Journal i--V rc-
dr-tv, for a .,:n' -!! -i.von
11. POW V* nII ,- to in S'
IS I!r c a, ::tan.: eI 7'.,ss 1l'ar'.c'l

cohen 1-nt 'pw c o-' 'sl rovcaix

r tp ret',ln *- c' s- 1 -h'
r:;-: a' v4 ;, tit)a'- -e a~

9~r-~l.. ~ 71t, -p, p -are hais
1w x' e Iv- i- .4 pan,.

CO.- (aa ,t, ,,k4 'for;'-T
V rr.'cn Ct;; d--:'from W':ic,
to iJoin tth clor n m 'of i":s far--
I' h-s a ih I S
8- The Journtr alSr a~e rof r

ci!' work o(ven for a Ii. ~ ~u
Give Bllue RP'hon LAeraoun and Vsnil-
1. Fmtractc- a tr~a! That,'- a~ll :bi-nai
er* ask. At your grtpctrs.
Low raos .a- Southern H otel I cUr
Srwcnib a:;d board.






S"My father ad been a at.. fi t.. sick beeLie
StOe 1TA I swesy"" '"- years and never tod a
S|llef untll be began taking yoar Cscareta. Lm e
H Oh" bIeN tT kt Ca*e mw h never haD
e headache. "They have entire *re4 haim.
rIIants do what you reccnIend them to d. I-'
Sifll give you the privIlete f usag his iame.
B. Diekeon. UN Realar waL, W p.

They are Enjoying f in a Whir For

of Social Gaiety While OQua- BLlii

Chocrawhatchle Bay, Oct. 3.-Per
haps the people in the quarantined city
of Pensacola imagine that the rfugees
on Choclawhatchie bay are lonely and
are at a loss for something with which
t( pass away the time while in exile;
but not so. for just now society along
C'ho)cawhatchie bay and the beautiful

M mse, Pont as d D e

SIn butlLk. Tbe euine ablet aimped.i 00.
earaS4 0 enat o oroar movey back.
SterUagRemedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. g
I -

of galety in which old and young unit- GoldstuckerBros.'
d. l1i there. I takN tai'bacK. mere, EW HACK EXrC AIE
are no old among us, for we have one W H ACK EXCHAU,
and all renewed our youth., and gentle horses. Phone 814.
While one crowd was quietly ?enjoy-: All first-class rubber-tired vehicles
ing the evening meal last Wednesday
night, the wind raging without, with]
now and then a sprinkling of raindrops
T.aturing on the roof. an unusual gusi
of wind! burs:ei the fastening of the;
door. threatfniing to demolish every-v
thing in ith cabin on Pt. Radical. A
rush was made for the opening when
a light was sighted and a reeling little
craft came puffing up to the landing
with a crowd of merry makers aboard,,
Sbouind for a country dance. i
All w.s commo(kin in a few min-
utes. potatoes swallow-d' half pared,
scalding coffee gulped down, grub half It WillBe a Three-Story Brick Build-
chwwed i;:, -su(b haste that it woitli
have shokted the digestion of a ing Costing Nearly
(heaoh ,>,;w. lanterns were liigitt
anda( an(h: hv iiad rush was made tor $50 00
ihb yacht rint had mate a successful
landing despite wind and waves.
The little. launch .gain moved on out Marianna, u 3.-The contract for
in" -h( -;ream along the beach, pick- the ? court house was let y(--;ter-.
ing up. here and more, stray passen- day to M. D. Lumen & Co., ot Louit-
.rs from -kiffs shooting out of th2 ville, KY., for $46,625. There 'were:
,;ark shadows along the shore. five bids for the contract. When:
Dr. Ford of Pt. Central awaited the opened in the presence ..f all the con-,
jolly crow,. and a welcome was sent tractors they stood as follows: Lumeni
s( nt forth through the inky darkness & Co.. $50.800; Beland of Macon, Ga..,
from the brilliant lights burning for $4S,974; Hughes Bros., of Montgom-
Ii(- ovcasim). tery: Ala., $49,350; S. 1. Leonard oft
the occai. s ot the nsacola. Fla. $4889. C. C. Futher-
F;,m '',. drummingg strings of the " "' ; .
guitar an.. the melody of the harmonic t'w of Birmingham, AlA., $47,749.
can,, th p.:ls:sng musie of tie waltz ( 001 opened Monday with a very
or tii, qIi:, Itwo-step, with tie promising start, 141 scholars being erl-
ar of quadrille piloted rolled. Rev. D. P. Slaughter and P.
I'n h l-fswo': i- of the violin In an V Collier were present and conduet-;
l,?, the sw,,: .t ri:., of the violin in an ed the devotional exercises.
o.l break-down air e the devxional exercisEs. i
Toi T'r'-din, passed quickly ana Our military compan-v was out last
p.,,asantly while th, rain poured in a night doing excellent w-ork Perole:
d.'Ia.- un'il almost day break; but no you have just as fine a company here:
a- "tmion is pa; d t, wind. rain or ats any people have. Just take a litti,
weather, for the refugees are deter- interest in the company and they wiT
m:,r.d< to -ak_ ,he. best time possible show you some fine drilling. They
of their enforced stay. an;' the natives are stickers for I hav,: seen them at:
are txtenling them a cordial welcome. work when the sun would heat tbe
Fr4dav night was a repetition of gu-r so hot that they could hardcy,
V, in(sday with som vbeariations as to e handled-still you do not help
C' ;.i:t and weather. m O I
Monday again found everyone in an- Prof. C. 0. Andrews is a Sneads
tic ;a': -,- : 1i:: 'pp. evening at ..l. nowl- teaching school.
view to be met by the bearer of news Mr. Ernest Gordy of iolumbus, Ga.
fr,.n; ,It i uraUtined city. !s spending a fev days with Mr. and
Enjo,)ing ;h, pns;t and present and, Mrs. Joseph W. R'us.
pi tor a brighter -ay in the near Mr. Robt. J. Bco;)e is in Bristol on
fut>';, for thI suffering inhabitants we )roIessional business tha week.

-,n: our --:,, wishes to all readers of The Metlhoalr.: C arconage wi!l soon
The Jour:ai. be enlarged. Collections have been

'Tis wicked. maybe to be caugh
.\n;ong the giddy whirl;
Y, ii'i mayvl feel a little shy
Of the average country girl;
But things will happen wrong
And if you should ever chance
To have to harbor in the woods
Just try a country dance.
The following are some of us
ard Mrs. Robt, Har.y, Mr. an.
C H. iTPsihnvll. T. J. McSwecn.
Andcersnon. A. R.,ira, Mri. Ge:
Newark Nellie M. Jeraul i.
Je-auid. Mrs. M. W. Tuff. rd. M
C. :rv'in. Miss Bell Duncan. Mr. I
DIuncan. Mr. James Duncan.



The p'.,ic sho ,Is at R,.crtu
', 'r 1' '. whir-h up Mo
S;i a vwry fine t bhwing. The-
a9r< nn;'>er n the is'ory o
s:o ;,oi Tht Ferry Pass school
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Contributions Come in Slowly and

Much More Money is Needed
fnr Wnrr Iaiini Par.

tried on

Citizens of Pensacola are
spending slowly to the call fo
fund. The money is badly
and is being used most judicio
course, more money is needed
those who are able to afford
imged to senc in contribution
donations to the fuu!a to dat
The Donations.
First Nanoual Bank........
W. S. Keyser Co............
American National Bank....
Consolidated Grocery Co....?
Fr. J. Schreyer............
Thos. C. Watsop............
Escambia iealKy o........
Lee Daniel ................
W. A. Blount...............
Hannah Bros.. ............
People's Bank..............
Pensacola Water Company...
Leslie E. Brooks............
J. M. Coe..................
Pensacola Investment Co....
M1. F. Gonzalez.............
Southern States LUmber Co...
Consolidated Naval Storeo Co.
German-American Lumber," Co.
Saunders Mill Co..........
J. R. Saunders..............
Pensacola, St. Andrews &
Gulf Steamship Co.........
D. Kugleman ...............
J. Geo. White...............
S. P. Shotter Co.............
Jos. Coleman...... .........
A. F. Warren...............
M. L. Roch..................
Jno. B. Jones................
T. H. Lannon & Co..........
Win. Johnson & Son.........
Clutter Music House.........
Meyer Shoe Store..........
Standard Clothing Co.......
Douville Timber and Land Co
Maxwell & Reeves..........
S. Pasco, Jr.................
P. Campbell .. ..............
H. H. Boyer................
Kress & Co.................
D. Hale Wilson...........
A. M. Avery................
Gordon & Brown........ *,....
Thos. Pebley......... .....
Forbes Furniture Co.........
N. G. Forchelmer............
H. G. DeSilva & Co...........
W. A. D'Alemberte...... ...
Sol Cahl & t..........,..
B. Gerson.... ........ ......
J. Kryger .................
Green & Watson ...........

t aKen up to do hI work. Mr. J. C. VanPelt................
S:aiiuhter, l:. MetliO:Ist minister, h.s The Pensacola Journal.......
been collecting for :''.ral days and C. B. Parkhih............
!. cured more th-r. en-ugh money to Naval Stores Export Co.. ...
some- pay for these nc- i.i, repairs. W. B. Wright Co...........
Mr. S. S. Leonar:. of Pensacola. is N. Apostle................
in our city. He !r,,fnted the count ; McDavid-Hyer Co.. ..........
co:ntlissiosr's a iit l;;r the new R. G. Bushnell...............
honse. H- s bi.d vw2; y49,S8 ; A. A. Fisher.................
s: Mr. We are :o hav( a court house abort' H. Baars & Co................
Mr7S feet wi'. 1,16 feet loig; and thrce: Pensacola Lumber Co.......
Frank s tories higi. Ths i s fine for old F. C. Brent.................
rtrud Jackson County. John Shepard ................
Janres Mr. G. B. Long, of "roy Ala., is A. DiLustro ..................
rs. R. here- Alex Zelilus ...................
Dallas Mr. Jule Wilson. o:ur jolly tole :D. Levy ......................
graph operator, is very sick with E. J. Dunham ...............
fever, at Senator Wil~on's residence. Gulf Machine Co..............
Messrs. Chas. E. Liddon, W. R. Da-!o. H. Smith & Son............
vis and E.l. Williams joined company Bar Pilots....................
"M' at the last meeting. W. B Lamar .............
Mr. and Mrs. WV'. M.'Boykin will en .- Scarritt Mor... ............
RY train Thrsday evening in honor of W. S. Rosase ...........
Mr.s Boykin's sister ironi Camd'-n, Marine Grocery Co............
Ala. H14. Muller....... ...... .......
Mr. Chas. E. Liddon ;atd sister M- F. O. Howe & Co.........
s ani, leav taunmorrow foer points :'. j. C. Porter................
ondati in Alalama and, Teninessee. ;:; ,J. A. Chaffin ..................
RoJ- I.ii'Jon goes to attend Belmont Poll:.-- H. H. Thornton.............
a: Nashville. J. B. Roberts.................
f the The ladies of the Mc'enodist chur h j. P. Williams Co............
open- will give a ba-zar Friday evening for T. A. Jennings................
"", the benefit of the imnrofverments just Geo. W. Wright..............
uia -tarted on the paroni-.a 'o. They h 'V- Cash .. .....................
p a stained glass window in thC Quina & Guttman ............
s. church and now ire preparing to Frank Reilly ................
furnish a r.Nw carpc: '.,r the churh S. A. Friedman................
an:l a new suit of furniture for the D. Dannheisser ..............

still re-
)r a relief
usly. Of
1, and all
rd it are
ins. The,
e are asf

.. 500 00
.. 200.00
.. 200.00
.. 250.0"
.. 50.00
.. 100.00
50 00
.. 25.00
1. 100.00
.. 10.00!
. 100.00:
.. 100.00
.. 10 00
.. 2500


o bHC,-" T r- parsonage. H. 0. Anson..................
i i. England They Politely Refer to the Marston & Quina ............
Stomach as -Little Mary." PRI l fllu Iy W J. & B. Forbes............
: Li.: M rv--I -, up :hre,. won't IU I I N. Goldring ..................
Si'p N- 1. t upIw row o CahCash.......................
S :....... thi to u SOLD AT AUCTION w. H. W Coo.............
1 ', :1: . "r.inr first canw down IW arren Fish Co..............
; e ". pas f v material all starn Pensacola Stables ............
,: k, pas, materials all star- The job printing outfit which was C. Thiesen .................
I a',. o-.1- partly coked. It waQi, rV...ntr!v owned by The .Fensacol. Southern Bell Telephone Co..
wh,,a or )a's and was decorated with p- ss o.n West Government street. was J. S. McGaughey.............
Smi, n -.esterday auctioned off in front of the Armour Packing Co..........
wen he' unchewed mnouhful-, court house. The sale was made toiDubuisson Bros .............-
I ,an:e cl;. c^ff-e. final!v a go d b:. satisfy certain claims against the out- Star Laundry .................
t, .e,;ci:i.: ,f Then s,:r.., bread an! 1't, and was purchased by W. A. L. S. Brown & Co............
l of 'r a-,. perhaps it was butler p'kunt. for the creditors. The price Judge H. Bellinger............
,hbe-, ,,e frhed eggs and fried mea- ad was $'5o.00. Marks & Gayle ..............
S,!i n.or. cc.-e ani seme fried cakts, What disposi ion will he made ot' Swift & Co.. .................
.. s.rp Ylu load things on e as :t-e outfit coul, not b!* learned but in Mrs. Fannie Henderson ......
S' ,,ul n'.nd '*vrything. all probablility it will be sold at pri- .McKenzie Oerting & Co .......
; I r ftit'::f':i:y. .1 theres no us'. i a. sale t, parties who will engage Dunwody-Aiken Co ............
S t (an di s pa:T of it and the balaance' i., the job printing business hre. J. S. Roberts ................
-u--. a;>' I -i.l hae ',o pun Citizens National Banb .....7 ]
.ng 'o Ier H svs h a & N. R. R. Co .. ..........
1 avu r-w ,, ,.w and g :ts s~ a FU RAL Of LAlF. W. Marsh .................
aalno Ra-;s- h b R. M. Caryh..................
r ur mali c .- own irnote :n' i R B (U J. Ed. O'Brien ...............
ra:t C a'- an,! tr)roub, ci a; l kinIs ; Pensacola Gas Co ............
\V( can' he:p i'. ar'..1i u nmIst eier Electric Terminal Railway Co..
-. I- :: food w:ih ibtter rea.'on ,-| The funeral services for Dr. H. H. Goulding Fertilizer Co ........I
S'an,! n, 'r and more trouble do,.vr. ,ulter are fixed for this morning at John C. Avery.. ..............
r. -re Sup;' ', oiu try us on sor. i: 30 o'clock at Christ church and 'the p. Martinez.. .. .............
,,. .d ,: ran fri., a little Grap--Nu:- :r.nerment will be at St. John's ceme-' w. W Maloy ...... .. .....
.n.d crea:tl. 2 soff' l,:ed inot frie I 'ery. Rev. P.' H. Whaley will conduct !Welles-Kahn Co .. .. .. ....
S s, so:- well-lrewrtd castt an,] a t:h services, assisted by Rev. Mr. I Rhodes-Futch-Collins Co.. ....
cup of P1's'urn. I-i'.tr and I wii! gaa:'- Sharpe. The pallbearers are Charles. A Moog..................
;tnte'- te m:.;nkc you feel the k 'n io. y H. Bliss, James McHtigh. M. L. Roch Scuthern Cotton Oil Co........
-if a hbarty. an! wr-' man if yoa vill Peter Lindensiruth. James 0. Walker F. E. Brawner.. ..............
enn t hoe, things down to us. There's ; nid Henry Horsier. R. P. Reese.....................
a reason., bu; never mind that, try iti The deceased was a member of Pen-I D. H. Klusmeier.. .. .. .. ....
tirs: and where. -. yos find we know chat '-icola LoAdge No. 3. K. of P., and the Lion Brewery ................
we ,re talking about. You may be ready I memberss of that order are notifie-, to L. Bear Co .................
Stc hear tht reason." -j attend the funeral services in a body. Windisch-Muhlhauser Brewing
I idshMhhue rwn

I maur U y yu ojpr
. 2500 become a mother
5.00D Mrs.
250.00 dren, owing to a
2.u j suffering each m<
25.00 Compound, and
5.00 well, besides hav

. 250S) *Another happy a
10.00 Dar Mrs. PR
5 .00 maturity. Myhui
S10.0 0 I didso, and soonI b
5.00 to carry my next
2000 a new woman.
5.00 Actual sterilt]
25.00 Is sterile, let her '
10.0 Is given free to a
25.00. give you valuable
0 o0* Lydia E. Pinkham'

5.0 ,
15.00 ..- .......... ..
10.00 DeFUNIAK
25.09 0 ---A
10 00 Special to The Journal.
250.0); DeFunlak Springs, Oct. 3.-The prt
50.00 tracted meeting which was to hav
25.00 convened at the Methodist church thi
25.00 week had to be postponed on account
20.00 of the quarantine, which would not al
50.00 low the Rev. Mr. Pilley to return t
100.09 Geneva Ala., should he come here.
100.0u Mrs. L. J. Reeves and little daughter
25.00 Dorothy, of Pensacola, came from Bon
5 00 ifay Friday evening for a few day
10.0-1 visit to Mrs. Reeves's sister and niece
10.00 Mrs. North and Miss North.
1.00 Miss Mary Morrison went to Oene
. 5.00 va. Ala., Monday, where she will teaci
25.00 music.
10.00 Mr. Ross Helms returned from Ma
100.90 con, Ga.. Friday evening.
100.00 Captain William W. riournoy wen
5 004 to Tallahassee Saturday in the inter
10.00 est of the military company.
5 A0 Mr. John N. Newton came aup fron
5.900 Milton Saturday for a brief stay. Mrs
25.o-0 Newton has been here an- at Argylh
10 09, sevwril days.
25.00 Miss Cornelia Jernigan. Miss Helei
10.019: Jernigan ana' Miss Velma Jernigan are
10.00: here from Portland, attending the
100 0oi high school.
100.iC0 All the schools opened Morday witt
50.00 an enrollment of two hundred and
5.00 seventv-scven pupils. This is the besi
10.00 opening the school has had for years
25.00 and the teachers have entered' int.
10.00 their work with renewed interest. The
5 0); school board at its last meeting ap
10 0) point -d Miss Mary G. Campbell as
25.00 teacher of the fifth grade.
100.00 Mr. H. C. Register of Cottondale was
15.O0 here Monday. Mr. Register has purt
5.00 chased what is known as the Davis
5.'0 still about eight mile; from town.
100.d0) Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Je-nings return-
1000 ed to Milton Monday night.
100.0) Mr. and' Mrs. A. D. Moriison are in
25.00 the city for a few days. Mr. Morrison
5. ;) has decided n-,t to move his family
25.01) here for the present.
20.00 Mr. Ed Jewell returned Monday
15 0' from a tour o: S Vi1'h Florida
o "-' Judgo Carter, Mr. W. H. Price, Mr.
15.0(1 L J. Reeves. State's Attorney W, J.
50 00- Kehl;e and Miss Minnie Kehoe are

25 00 i some of the out of town atten.'an
2 50 court.
10 00
5.0.- Co ........ ...............
100 wl Colored List.
100 00 Big Zion Sunday scnool ....
15 0o M. M. Lewey, (Sentinel) ....
10 00 Jos. H. James, ..............
10 0G W. H. Harvey ...............
150.00 Moses Lyman ...............
100.00 Richard Morris ..............
100.00 Cash ..........................
25.00 L. F. And-rson ..............
5.00' Marion Blue .................
5.00 Preston Gordon ..............
25.00 Aaron Johnson ...............
13 o0 St. Paul church ............ ..
10 U0 Washington Clark ............
50.00 Whitfield Dupont ............
10.0C Rev. W. A. Woods, 9th Avenue
5.00 Baptist Church, ..............
5.00; A Colored Citizen ...........
25')0; Ninth Avenue Baptist Church
50 (oi Aaron S. Johnson .............
Mt. Zion Baptist Church.........

S .... A P r. --.


1 Don't G




when t comes to insurase.
Quit taking the risk youereI. *
Turn It over to uis and

Have a Go

ItV over.tMX =n b t
I n dot I *
know and 01 iM
We tak aIe s as
now. &"W aftd mr.

, FLA.


AND DEATHS 4 Blue Ribbon

(Continued From Pirst Paga)

. all kept going night and day.
The state board-fof 3alth has been
exceptionally liberal with Pensacola in
the matter of furnishing physicians.
there being seven of them. Thtse
doctors are working hard to keep the
I fever down. The city's force of phy-
sicians is not large, but eatery patient
is being cared for.
There-is, however, a serious scarcity
of purses at present. Every patient
so far has been supplied with the
necessary number, but more are need-
ed. All those who are immunes and
who are willing to nurse should make
application ta D. Hale Wilson at once.

I Another Death This Morning.
25 00 Since the above was put into type
another death has occurred-that of
5 00 Henry Wright, colored, of 210 East
2 50 Romana street, who expired at 1:40
5 0' o'clock this morning. He was report-
2 00 ed Monday. There are, it is said,
1 00 several other cases of lever in thee
5 0'J same house.
55 j
2 00
1 00
1 00 -L

1 00
2 00
2 00 Low rates at Southern Hotel ar
3.16 [rooms sand board.

Bottle Beer,

has no equaL
Sold etetywhereo

S. A. Friedman
Wholesale Dhtributer.

Leader min Imported Win
and Liquors.


For the benefit of our Warringtoa a'4
Navy Yard patrons. Mr. John Ranee
will solicit and deliver any ordr
given him during the quarantine for
Pea Ridge, Santa Rosa County. Oct.
$.-We have had four days of rain so
Mr. Silas Jurnigan has Just launch.
ed his launch, the Crockodile. She in.
a beauty. She will oe towers to Pe
Msaole to have her engine put tI sas
will ply the waters from Mt.
lorIda Town.

0 rantine Is On.


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I I .... .......................r3 r -' vomit, evacuations, or other excretions of yellow fever patieUts.
1 1. An attack of yellow fst cea, as i always Is. by the
GREATNESS. Steomyia. confers immunity against subsequent attacks of the
re IMElmer, inTom Watson's Cri" nal I nten t.
._ _. _mer. in Twato, ____ _____Duties of the Treined Nurse.
Magazine. .,
Doily, Wcd kcly. Sunday41r. n#*r4si::w: ,- lfat r4fl NEW DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES IMPOSED UPON
The world looks up at him with en- De Funia4 Springs, Oct. 2. 1905 vouched for its integrity, .1 was done.
Svious awe i Editor Pensacola Journal: But alas i: s now discovered tha: SEQUENCE OF THE ABOVE FACTS.
Who rules where millions yield obedi- Sui's Journalnan a r intellect may have been
TH JOURNAL COMPANY.e: i ori Sunday's Joa n a gra lect may ave been 1. No nurse can be considered as trained in the manageme?3
Whose word is final and whose will is entitie'l The Real Reaon for Thei tainted wit cash. fevr in the lh f resent accepted knowledge unless she
-- law, Thalnkfulnts," reminds lie that until The taxpayers, the stockholders and earnestly, and conscientiously, that the disease is transmitted sol
L. MATS, Pa WTr A GaMA ma MAhIAOLB. Who in his purple apes Omnipot- recent events the criminal! inn all real business men avc been v- prevent the admiion of th
S (nce. among financial experts 'vas supposed tinned both legally and illegally b. the sik room and to destroy them promptly if they should fin
The world looks up at him with flatter. to be purely intellectual and not phy- these immoral capitalists and expert :twrein.
ST ASSO ATED PR Ing yes, sical. financiers. 2 That as th nepara attendant t the bedse of the
S And lan.s him for the vastness of Every student of political economy Dishonesty, intellectual as we' nut copera:e with t. ph)san in the discharge of his funct
his state; could clearly see the criminal intart physical. is a relic of harberi.-m n dian of thepublic health. The trained nurse i (his capacity beco
SUBSCRIPTION RATES& And for his heaps of treasures calls in enacted to augment the valei ye'. mastered by civilization. Te ly t.e most efficient and impr-antr sanitary agent in preventing
T..-....- Ahimn wise, tc f dotars. They saw rtat changing C('ristlan religion dealt it a crushing; of e]low fever in infected localities. Upon her intelligent app
ow**S5L'""" O 2ost........... 4 ,; And for his army's triumphs calls.:th"1. w ileasure or unit vah:e by law- 1a. blow: but It now masquciades tinler,- 'he* mdeo transmission of this disease her personal safet
aSl ....... S |t Oane Week...........1 him great. I thle .taii time reducing the quantity Christianity with criminal intent to,* non-immune and the protecton of the family and the entire h
**....... I WIltJy tc1 oof tfi hnal ri,emption money, was delib- even do il bodily harm. t mhe patient, especiallyy if these are not immune) largely. If n
Sea Sae at M-ews Stands. But wiser than the one who rules is erat,'. cruel robbery of he taxpay.e, Will the time ever c')nie when hn-, depends.
he stockholder and mortgagor-all dent- es* mn shi l cortiro!? We are v:ic-
W Who gives to them that hew nd ers-ani very many of those students tim: of corruptable law makers ar. patient is I nurse must ar in m that the mot hmalignamt
T 1i ONLY PENSACOLA NEWSPAPER FROM WHICH A D TAILWO sow and glean did all they could to expose and de- dishonest corporate officials. patnont is Innocuous and alf h re- e harmless to even the ot
CIRCULATION rSTATI ENT CAN BE SECURED. The knowledge? that the souls of men feat su.h a criminal intent. But theo It is indeed a ray of sunshinee when une, the p precautons re taken to present th
are free, 'were handicapped bectarse the finar- a few men of high places bravely ex mosquitoes to the
That pomp is vain, that bigotry Is cial experts seeking this awful legal pose their fellow crim: tals. 4. The great t freedom of personal contact and intercourse
O.s---lOw Wb U Beat Oovernment StrL mean. advantage denied its criminality andl God bless the honest otlcial whether fore be permitted lewcen the yellow fever sick and the well
TELM ONE No. 3L And greater than the leaders whose were not themselves known to be phy- he be ren'ioican or democrat. S.ih room. and provided the innoculation of mosquitoes, by biting
commandn as sical criminals. Their cry of "stop men ought to be popular. They need during the first three days of the disease, is absolutely prevent
IBring tri-umphs to their arms areI thitr" st" smo every honest intellec- heip. 5. The mission of a trained nurse is not satisfactorily accom
PENSACOLA.V POIUA. DNhESI)A MORiN:N OC TOBJR 4, 1905 hev who teach tIual stud, r: who attempted to exp!ain. If the chief magistrate of a nation. patient, suffering from ary kind of fever, in localities infected
S ----- That dignity may be in calloused to the common people the tho governor of a sate or th fever, who is confided to her care, is allowed to be bitten by a
i dai. s.,:-, a ,'.( ~-iseniet than o han'. na u re of lemonetization. mayor of a city can demonstrate is even if the fever is proven n to be yellow fever. Mosquito bites a
ing of .m empty boxes in the That what is right for all is just for Cangin by law the unit of vaue honesty an show by persistent and harmful even if not infetive o t pantanditmut
SWHERE IT IS TO BE FOUND ,a each for the uroe of au nin debs conclusive proof that is genuine, as an evidence o neglect, i he shows evidences of mosquito stein
S d altogether -tl increasing t, value of (very honest voter for-etting evirv 6. No nurse can consider herself a trained yellow fever nurse
S- : a altogether for ont has made herseelf thoroughly familiar with the weapons which
-. The Pensacola Journa: is on * ,r n1,r. ,: .- now ancd then. -\s -, -.4- National. State. County and Munici- political prejudice should applauds, has made haeie t to ef
Ssale at the flowing places in Fizrinn he adversing appropria- pl- bond.,, farm mortgas and all cor- port an defend him. experience have given her to effectively protect her non-infected
the city: #"*n 0 1n) :h,- oasi- of what ,ou can "atI- MERCIFUL UNTO -" porate crimin-il, Mr. Editor. feeling that your arti- from the nftn her
4 Bay Hotel. *Ifor'" af:,-r al, o:her expenses are pro.- ME, A SINNER. the very essence of criminal in*ert, c(le deserves notice and applaud is m fy rom the infected. oense and defense that the nurs
C s Book Sto. d for but because these supposedly upright o apology for this letter. 7. The weapons o offense and defense tat the nure mu
Depot News Stand V, 'e or: procraumn-.' scheme., cir. L'* 4-Y.- .- intellectual and wealthy financiers' H. LA N. TheMopruito Bar (Bobbinet Preferred), to Isolate the Patent
4 Gem Book Store. (ulars. pos:ers, tv(nce- ins, placards (A 1. The netting of bars must have meshes fine enough to
v. Merchants Holi. ,~nia jim-cracks, under the impression "Merciful Unto Me, a Sinner," cy! assage of mosuitoes
S thernm Hotl. that you are securing publicity, and Elinor Dawson, is so engaging as a *u$$~ ,$4* H *404$$ *&**.: '.0*XT *t***** 2. Mosquitoes can bite through mosquito nets when any
SThompson's Book Store. thata s IIAow. somewhere, sometime story that it does not eem to have A patient's body is in contract with the netting.
S Wgand Ice Cream Parlor. s(.meone will 1w influenced by some of been written for the noblest of aims A A 3. Frequent examinations should e made to see that there
S Wagenheim's News tand. these things to come to your store and But t is. There are stories for men, An Anecdote of Old places In the netting and that no moqutoes have found a login
S W kers Book tore. buy something. for boys and for women, ut thisis The netting should be well tucked n to kee the moq
.YOUR "BLUNDER TAX" BILL a story for life, for the girl in short A entering
t #-## .....--- ..... GROWS SMALLER AND SMALLER dresses, for the bride, for the man' PrYC D S 8 If mosquitoes are found within the netting they should b
AS YOUR USE OF NWS&PAPER PUB- who leads a woman foiti to become" side, not merely driven or shaken out.
GOINGAWAYLICITY GROWS BIGGER AND the companion his urney toward 6. All cases of fever should be promptly reported to the
Wh o AwA tv? for ou BIGGER. the final mystery of all mysteries. ,*-*,.*.% if # g174 *Y 0146C 449*9*-$ l.......p awaiting his arrival they should be covered with a moeqnito bar. "
When you a eat the ciThy fnoryour There have been many stories. of ticularly important In dealing with mild fevers, especially in
Jou m g follow you. Ntvfy lcua. T#heSa44-4---- P#*# 4 L4 young girls that came lo the city. children in localities liable to infection with yellow fever. The d
tion aaer, Phone R I.E Many of them were temtedl and feil. Apropos of the apparent disinclina- scared and he was very desirous of fol- ifests itself in such a mild form In Infantile and early childhood
PRESIDENT McCALL ADDS About them there is naught save action of some yellow fever patients to lowing explicitly every instruction of likely to escape recognition. On account of the very mldness o
A DECEPTION TO DISHONESTY ; soiled leaf tcrn from the bok of lie. fllw th instruction of their re- his physician toms the usual precautions are not taken and the mosquitoes
iPnu-- it S h* But Miss Elinor Davson's histor-,llow t inOn the doctor's first visit he had lft spread the disease without molestation. The mild or unrecognised
Elf Ov y in t h S3 h4 New Orleans States. -:: "Merciful Unto Me. a Stiner,"' is no spectiv physicians, an anecdote grbw-: instructions for his patient to lie on for this reason, the most dangerous, from a sanitary point of v
Sto only a leaf, It is a, vivid picture, drawn ing out of a previous yellow fever epi- his back, be very quiet, and keep cov- (B) Screens.
- - v CT covxxuT Y to a" with a soft pencil. It te'rs her own demic in Pansacola is worth repeat- ered up well. All openings leading to the sick chamber should be sereeme
The pos-pect of unbroken prosperi- story, she ciays; it shows the ve-ry ing. When the doctor returned' on his sec- of hospitals, wire screens are not usually available and provalo
it, the south for years to cotne se'ms In the case of John A. McCall, presi- beLtings of her heart. 3,rong enough, The example of obedience to profes- end visit, he found Harry lying very can be made of bobbinet or cheese cloth, which can be tacked o
to have taken a firm hold on the mind tdent (of the New York Life Insurance to overcome what is known as the :ir- sional instruction which it contains I 'still as directed, with the bed clothes secured to the openings of the sick room.
Company, shameless deception ard 'ly- diary temptations, the glare and the commended to any who may now or in tucked in .about him, and not much (C) Sulphur and Pyrthrum for Fumigation.
of everyone Noi on]; that but the i. have hi n added to the dishon 's*, sensuous music of a gr( at cIty-sa5 the future be inclined to disobey the more than a pair of two scared eyea Fumigate the room with sulphur or pyrethrum (nsect powder)
prospect is bonrne out byj every condi- up;ropria',i) of trust funds. T1'1 is beset by a temptation much hard- instructions of the attending phyal- visible from out of the quilts, possibly infected mosquitoes as early as possible after the fourth d
tion almost lhat not in the next gen- fact has he developed zhat in 18',i er to shake off because it has the cian. The doctor felt his pulse, took his Sulphur burned in an iron pot is the surest way, and if used in prop
eonratmo t *i nt poinithe fonr bsine- Gvs Culberson heard rumors of t''e0 moral sanction of the law-not a, The slory is told on Capt. Harry temperature, gave a few Instructions, will not injure fabrics or colors. Three pounds In an average ro
eraton w.l i: possiNe for business New York Life Insurance Compa,,y temptation, but a resolv- to sell herself; Simmons-averybo,:y knows Harry- and then said: dent if the room be closed; more accurately, two pounds of salp
adversity to gain even a foothold 1oi makmg a large (,ontr!ii- ion to the th t a high bidder. In t'ils she oleyes who had the fever along in '73 or '82, "Do you feel at all nervous, Harry?" cubic feet of space is estimated by sanitary authorities; and on
the battlefield of southern develop- McKinly compaein fund and he wroteI the song that was sung to her at th" or about that period. "No, sir, I akn't," replied Harry, "but insect powder to 1,000 cubic feet will aufce to stupify the mosqu
Went. to Pres-idi(', McCail for a sworn state- cradle side. The very first lesson Harry, it i# said, was pretty badly I can if you want me to." mosquitoes will fall to the floor and should be collected ad b
This Is not olnly the opinion of lay- ment "giving the amount. if any, piidi that her mother taught her was one, hours' fumigation with sulphur is quite sufficient in ordinary
in bI not onl be opinion hv or on behalf of the company fc.r of vanity. Into her mind was in-! fumes of sulphur will not remain long, and household Ammons
men. but of .xperts as well. an evi o,,iica purposes during that cam-stalled the roison of mo,-rn life, tl.a! TVE TIA\C10 F about the room willdiminish their unpleasantness.
nce' of which Ms found from the tol t argn. money, when acquired, when hugged The fumigation should be done In the morning, o that the r
lowing which appearr" in the current In rsppIen to th b request Pre-?- close, does, of its own virtue, wipe ou free of odor by night, and it should be done preferably in dry weath
ue of the Souhern Banker: dnt M icntoGo. rson iffi-'th- ain of its acquisition. Against: V LLO W F E VE AN D ever the on o the patient will permit, a room ad
n^ i . ,vi r,)1, T;:, ido-- M. Ban'." i. principle the girl sirugglex, flees occupied by the patient should be first purired.of mosquitoes and p
Good tim-s are wivh us, and they cashier: liHuh S Thonm,)on. corr)-i from home to escape a distasteful the reception of the patient, who is to be carefully transferred t
a ,t e;dT^ here tr -,a.. "e I..1 r. :.',r ln r .l .W':-ic aud:tor! n marriage, goes 1o Ch:-ago, not to u O U J T fected room as early as possible after the fourth day.
ot] s fa r a :it s otm s ee T 0 W T N U S IT The work of infection and mosquito destruction, as well as
ian see, upon (hhe horizon. The so. hat an < inpaign contributions ha the fight against thn same crale is now conducted by the Health Authro'tles, immediately after not
it in the nrid. n.t phl.nty and prol ,'- ,hen }'reent Mc(:,ll d(id i song that ne aim of her mother, the attending physician. But in isolated localities or when delay
ty. and thr .is nothing bil p!.nity : an : fnv t f:r iI' ,,', bus tnhar she should marri y or money. At a meeting of the Orleans Parish Medical Society, held August 12, 1905, ing sanitary relief is unavoidable, the physician and nurse must
, pr< o < pri.-,, fr "*h f;,r *Dr- su :,:te.. a,, 'ad n,,e -I She loves, deeply, as only a passion- Dr. Rudoloih Matas addressed the Society on the "New duties and responsibill- members of the household in applying the prescribed regulations.
prosperiil is n 't ontined to the e nt:. ],n for i'. I<., V wv(n ate beat can love biT there agaim ties imposed upon trained nurses, and other persons entrusted with the care Additional precautions in sulphur fumigation, recommended by
i.- g neralthe r n he nes sal th. 'hr o- arises the spirit of her mother f yellow fever patients. in consequence of the newly acquired knowledge of Authorities in charge of sanitation in New Orlean during t
cxuntr and :* is sr'. to t ay 'hait y :,. Arimsrong c):nniittee,. o teachings. And there too stands tno the mode of transmission of this disease by the mosquito." epidemic:
will 1-S11:in04 "1 ,Removeal metsofmealschasbrssc
ill rsul in the v. ifid tha his company contri' opportunity a rich man But th A brief -synopsis of the elementary facts connected with yellow fever Remove all ornaments of metal, such as brass copper, lv
amont-.s of ,iirhe capa in n-w t, t;i R.uI- cand campaignn fud crr.dle song wins, money and position prophylaxis and a statement of the nurse's sanitary duties in this disease, from the room that is to be fumigated. All objects of a metal
iustriv. :a (h. south an<,the ds vi- o t-, ',90 o nd 190 hence it is trmph She rele, of course which he had utilized in his teaching, anl submitted to the Society are pub- which cannot be removed, can be protected by covering the obj<
tm. :o h.- itmeul -::v t-tn~ .t h; t Ihn A. he Ca it s repuaon that she has sold herself. Sh know listed for the benefit of The Journal's readers as follows: with paper, or with a thin coating of vaseline applied with a brca
that n o e l.;. h 1 A aI'r n that she has sold herself. She Know. Remove from the room to be fumigated all fabric material
a-.l c:'' ,.r trhnss can noh ie ri-ardeo deep in eher eart that she is not bet- ELEMENTARY FACTS OF EDUCATIONAL VALUE roughly shaking. Open all drawers and doors of furniture and cclo
The. resources of :he south ha, a. an* ..;, 'han his '*<*uaion for ter than othcr women who have sold The room should be closed and made as tight as possible by s
cartel n b>.n t-nchej. Thenr arc t "' he reply he :ent to 1.. themselves. But she is resolve" to 1. Yellow fever may be defined as an acute, infectious, febrile disease openings in chimney, floor, walls, keyholes and cracks near wi
lions of acres 3; -t'on ce. r'ce .and C :'- n wa false. n moreovt-er, abide by the contract, to be which is transmitted from, the sick to susceptible individuals through the doors.
tobacco landM th' have Lever bt-en tnlit un, ;ihe of1 ia.l ',f the (ompap. until almost forced out of her resolve, agency of mosquitoes; and, as far as known, by the single species, the Steg. Crevices can be closed by pasting strips of paper (old newspa
culolvated. It i. s!nated that noJ u ohn, hia In assi, h.i in deceiving she is true. omyia Fasciata. which is the common domestic or cistern mosquito of New them with a paste made of flour.
more than on-eighth <: the cotton h T Txas l1 apartment. The manner of her fril is as vvidl Orleans, and in fact of all the localities in which yellow fever prevails. The sulphur should be placed in an Iron pot, flat skillet prel
laords of the outh aret in cl::valton ,Tb afav'n ar ca-ed ) be snto ani as vibrant with lifte as a cinomet- 2. The germ or transmissible poison of yellow fever exists in the blood this placed on bricks in a tub or other convenient water receptacle
Th mI:neral resar.'es of 'the sout Tas. and c.pnes of th n should folm not only fro pictureal But from physicalv of yellow fever patients only during the first three days of the disease; after, an inch of water In the bottom. This is a precaution which must b
're a ... uilinni it has muo:" Ta a of ta hr should form not only froB moral but from physics wards the patient ceases to be a menace to the health of others. Hence the guard against accidents, as the sulphur is liable to boll over and
tirmi :' than e v ,n of p.' rr of i:.i 'teo i'e rres'oing re-n'lh disease. By what force One of the importance of recording the very hour when the attack first bogan the house.
lni.- SI, in ,.r i.t ,i, whwh th, Arnms:t :ng committee is gilatest of silent forces, and old force, T h m eo y F I p t c The sulphur is readily Ignited by sprinkling alcohol over it and
there iStater power nver 'ert used a ..'kin n tht invcs-tigation of life in- but one seognized as ne-Christa;n 3. The mosquito (Stegomya Fasciata) is powerless to convey the dis- The apartment should be kept closed for two hours, and then
T ,s :ar ar neve l, ud. urance busine-s in New York. Science. The book, therefore is a ease to a susceptible person by its bite until at least twelve days have elapsed and well ventilated
J thd : ?rec'. are une'elpe' _d Christian Science novel, cvidently for after biting the yellow fever patient. Thi, period of incubation in the mos- NOTFd--To find the cubic contents of the room, multiply the
md ofl.r ,., le 1:'.vts' nent for u- h -= h most part a real record, told in quito is the'time that is required for the germ of the disease to breed in the the room by the width, and this total by the height, and to fand t
Prls'i't *i' w- l ..n The Jwournal Printed Dur-. the manner of a real artist and body of the mosquito and to migrate from the insect's stomach to its salivary of sulphur necessary to fumigate the room divide the cubic cont-er
Po i p,::g in 10 "thrilled" with genuine poevcr. In tnee glands. The United States Army Yellow Fever Commission found, in 1900, and the result will be the amount of sulphur required in pounds.
al se'o nl a .; .s,-ss; ing September, 1905, critical situations it Is delicate, )ut that in Cuba this period varies from twelve days, in the hot summer months, Take, for example, a room 15 feet long, 10 feet wide and 10 fee
chants and atfa ha., ,tni T tl f strong, and in the "cure" it is one of to eighteen days and over, in the cooler winter season, would multiply 15x10x10, equals 1,500 cubic feet. Divide this by 50
del a /i.' a t the most intense poems that has ap- 4. After incubating the yellow fever germ in its body during the period will have the amount of sulphur required, viz: 3 pounds.
e d'n, ,"',. onan, n m,, a" a pear.d for many a day. It is a cry above specified, the Stegomyia is ready to transmit the disease during the
W,*"p t '" r '..' c('('l t I 35 from a soul. Cloth, 12mo. $1.50. Pub- entire period of its natural life, which may extend over 154 days. provide. the
s-re ':.' I l | listed by Thompson & Thomas, Chl- insect has access to water. (Guiteras.) Walter Reed was able to innoculate TOWN OF MANY SCENTS. ask for cherry blossom, woo
True. wa: bter conditions od *3I cago. yellow fever with a Stegomyia fifty-seven days old. Guiteras with another white rose and receive a
Tru. wa her O itions coid 101 days old. lNote---According to Agramonte. Stegomyia Fasciata in Havana Omee*, thke Ritlvl, the cate odor of whih recalls the fi

b, d,-irt *onit-.J"! g Th atd can only be coaxed to bite until four days old. With us, in Loutsiana, says the Perteor ladestr. 70U know so well. but eh
1111"k Oe i. .,' thin-gs C PE Te5Ndr :ure i ieswtou"oxigwthntenyfurhus-fe eegngfo
2n** abven Dih o t- n... meano,, ",,P:ES One problem fitte 1or the zeal of TDupree. It bites without taxing withinetwenty-four hour~stafter emerging ftrom Cradled in the hillls in the heart of ation of a skilled chemist
#j a b.ove wh_ IOne f ol e fi ..d. hth zealof the pupa case. it was believed, at one time, that: (1) the females of Steg Riviera the little t o

fme ri,,ofi'lut WoUU u o'" tl. .."iiB omvia must be impregnated before ttey will oite; (2) that the female, after .....
back of the spider. There is that nice biting once, does not appier to bite a second time. or at least until five or holds the monopoly of the trade in the flower in question.
story about Robert Bruce and his hav- seven days have elapsed; but Dupree says that the Stegomylas in Louisiana scents. The flowers really used in scent mah.
ing learned patience from the spider. that have been isolated and reared apart from the males will bite promptly Just why this spot should have been Ing are the Jasmine, rose, tuberh-e
The Islamitos use the web of the spider and frequently. Probably after they have digested their blood meal, and. like selected is not clear, for there are a orange blossom, cassla, parma violet,
in the flight of the prophet. probably Anopheles, within three to five days after.] hundred other places wcih ar Auite n imgnonette and, to a smaser
the Arabs hid It direct from the Jews. 5. A period. varying from two to five days, usually elapses after the b'te hundred v othet pes wih of quite extent, geranium leaves, lavender and
There is a Talmudic tradition of David of an infected mosquito before the symptoms of yellow fever will develop as conducive to the growth of flowers thyme. All other seents are juldious
Theflying before a Talm d tradtof David idingthe human subject. (This is the incubation period of yellow fever, and the and much more accessible. But two mixtures of the essence of these with
flying before aul and of David hiding United States Army Yellow Fever Commission found that in thirteen ca~eos or three manufacturers settled here Infusions of spices and drues.
In a cave, and how he might have been of experimental yellow fever obtained by the bites of mosquitoes it varied and others followed, so today Grass Jasminl and tuberose scents are
discovered had not a spider woven its from forty-one hours to five days and seventeen hours, after innoculation.)t all her own way, mad ny what is known s"the cold
web across the entrance. This is pro- m6. From the above, we gather that if an adult Stegomyia Fasciata bites, has it all her own way. made oy what is known as te cold
cisely the same incident as is used in a yellow fever patient within the first three days of the disease, it will have For miles there are orae groves as process. A layer of fat Ih spread poo
the hegira. The arachnida spins but to incubate the poison in its body from twelve to eighteen days (Incubation far as the eye can reach. TBre are plates of glass, and the petals o sow-
a flimsy web, but her filaments have period in the mosquito): then, if it bites a susceptible person at the expire- fields of roo#, jasmines, tuberoses ers are scattered upon the top. The
been stronger than cables, for they tion of this time. two to five days must elapse for the disease to manifest it. violets, jonquils and signonette. petals are removed every day, and
still hold fast to the legends of the self In the bitten person. Therefore, inetimating the probable spread of The air is heavy with the scent of fresh ones replace thea till the fat is
put o yellow fever from a single individual to the susceptible persons in his environ- these blossoms, but, should you wander thoroughly impregated with their
ment, a period of at least twenty-six days must be allowed to elapse before through the town with its dark and scent, when it Is stored as a white
Thes rier Plig. the success or failure of any preventive measures, directed towards the des-; narrow streets, the experience is vastly pomade.
The so cal brier pipe Is not made truction of the mosquitO. can be determined. In view of the fact that several different. Here the scents are stronger Roses, orange blossosand
Te so called brier pipe is not oma I days may elapse before a mosquito infected from the first case may bite a rets are s oa d p rm
of brier at all. but from the root of a I mi epson this period of observation should be lengthened to thirty and more pungent and, mingling s violets are similarly tmt by the hot
susceptible person. this period of observation should be lengthened to thirty i they do with the odors of grease an4 rcess.The fat in meltedand the
particular kind of whether called in days.which is the time given by the heakh authorities of New Orleans in the they do with the odors of grease and prices. The fat is imltdti al d the
French bruyere, which grows on the present epidemic. to determine if a focus will develop from an infected case with a thousand tmosphere in prochev of whre put to splae In till t rowl
hillsides of the Tuscan Alps In north after its first appearance in a given locality. wth a thousand scents n process o codwhen it placed a a hydulle
Italy and on the mountains of Corsica 7. The Stegomyla Pasciata cannot convey yellow fever during the time manufacture. press, and the flowers are removed by
English tradesmen, finding the correct that the poison is incubating in Its body (twelve to eighteen days). It ma; The pick of the crops is brought to means of a sieve.
word bruyere somewhat difficult for bite freely and repeatedly during this period, but Its bite is innocuods; neither the factories by the farmers whose This Is not the pojnede eed by hair-
the British tongue to pronounce, re- does its bite within this period confer any immunity to the bitten person. little homes dot the surrounding hills. tressers, but sImply the raw material
duced It to brier, and In this way the 8. Yellow fever is not transmitted or conveyed by fomites (i. e. artlcelt Bruised and broken blossoms fbse used for the manufacture of essence.
corruption crept in and was establish- or Inanimate objects that have come in contact with yellow fever patients or something of their fragrance, a* the It may b eke fop t yr w, more.
ad by popular usage. Originally Swiss their Immediate surroundings.) Hence the disinfection of clothing, bedding lowers are crefltlf borne in large Roses and oran ye bw s4 om bei.g
peasants made *nuffboxes of thi withd ehdsthe sick, islunnecieY.led o antrays on teeads e the farmes' i g a ,t the
wdod, and when sauff taking become 9. The bodies or eadavera of the dead from yellow fever are incapable of wives and da htr. I top of which bots t essentil oiL
unfashidnable the peasants turned transmitting the disease unless death occurs within the first three days of Of coMr we All oW that only The waters ars largely sold for the
their attention to making pipes from the disease (a rare occurrence); and them only it mosquitoes se allowed to eight 0o ts E the ettless scents toiet As weil as for the pharmacy sad
the root and found a ready market tor bite the body beforsdaecomposition has set In.wh ar for sa I dra stores k --e-New York Herald
tbem.-LondoO Chronicle. 10. There is no possibility atof contractag yellow fever from the black are what thqy Oest W i lM sb a..

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ta: -. a '- much
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The following figures show The Pen-!
sacola Jou-nal's circulation for each'
Cday d(iring the month of September,
.:-' .. :: The average number of!

Sept. 1, 5.000 Sept. 16, 5,300:
bept. 2, 5.000 Sept. 17, 5,5501
Sept. 3, 5,200 Sept. 18,
Sept. 4. . Sept. 19, 5,300
Scot. 5. 5.000 RSe' 9ot sn

Spt. 6, 5.000
Sept. 7, 5.200
Sept. 8, 5,200
Sept. 9. 5.200
Sept. 10. 5.5u0
Stpt. 1, .
Sept. 12. 5.300
Sept. 13. 5.3J5
' 14. 5.300
sept. 15. 5.3003
Total for the





"' "1 "' Average per day .......... 5,248
an .t: ", n h I hereby c r;:fy :hat thi above state-
Ma&7.. :'..,.. : :.',v:-! a.I t ls orrt .c'"rdtng to the ror-
t A: : '. *: wh a'-... *jts on file in thts oflf-e.
..,, a' '. x: -.,-. :n ,:v,.r'isln FRED A. SWE'T, ,
arr '. -, Cir ulation Mgr.
,cii--Ti ." ;- :--'.).;um. S w,-n to an!, <.]b.;r;'.eel before mes
I'si:. ,* .-,.. in tgo-,d med- 'is 5t.-h day of SeptumLaer. 1995
turnm J. P. STOKES,
Devotiug lcsz- a-t tn-ion to preparing Ntary Publie.

bite of tae


it of yellow
alises fully,
ely by mos
e insects to
d their way

patient she
'ns as uar-
ming direct.
the spread
reciation )I
f she is aa
household ol
lot entirely,

ellow fever
e access 0a

may them
in the slcU
the patient
polished if a
with yellow
,re annoytin
looked upon
* unless she
science and
patientss and
as for safety
st learn to
In His Bed.
prevent the
part of the
are no tori
g inside.
uitoes fro*a
e killed 1w*
physician i
rhis is per*
Infants and
Isese mai.
I. that It to
f the symp.
are able to
I cases arm
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nal screens
r otherwise

) to destroy
ay of fever.
ier quality
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hur to 1,000
e pound o
itoes. The
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eases. e'r
a sptnkle4
mga will be
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prepared fter
o the dilstm
s seeing,
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' In obtain*
direct the
the Health
he present
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Ili nature.
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after thoe
topping all
ndows ant
pers) ovet
erred, an4
with about
e taken to
set Ire to
lighting it.
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liquid tbhe
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Sd Cmm n Up at they could not leae until today.
They will a,. uave to report again 1
st a st Get Dr Anderson this morning at 9 o'clc
Sk CM 1 G19 and their temperaturm will again b
taken. The cards that were issue
I U yesterity are null and void, as othei
wall have to be issued today The tofc
lowing is the bulletin issued by D
O-LY $ fOPLE IN titSlT uLIT Porter yesterday. after receiving Su
geon Sanks's telegram:
WANTBD TO GET OUT OF TOWN Important to The Publilo-Otentio
AD AL UT 8 PU- rIMnasaola, Fla., Oct 3, 1905.
l WtlMOINle The following telegram has just bee
received at 11:40 a. m., from Surgeo
Banks, Public Health and Marine Ho
pital Service, who s Ain command o
am glaf tm the way the ppl the detention camp Murray near M
Sh-1 oe Dr. Poter'a office two weeks David:
ae w Stant there was talk of a de- "Change date to Weoaesday. Hav
tRmoM amP. it was expected that so operator or telegraphic facilities
em rf the ore tcnts eret were more Everything el ready, but must b
tlm m5ia to St ot. Mad yeste roty, sure of that. Arrange with Saltmars
e eighty names of persoas who to send guards by local freight o
we* ellgtSe4o admission in the camp otherwise Wednesday morning, before
ws- publshed in The Journal, a rush the first contingent arrives.
*aM expected. Persons who have had their tempe
Contrary to epectations only twen- ature taken with pulse rate this morn
ty out of the eighty applied to Dr. An- inf" will have to report again tomorrow
tent for cards of admission to the morning to have their temperature
camp, and out of the twenty, there of and pulse rate taken. This is a r
Oem ware detained on aooou*w of their quirement of Orgeop Banks, who i
teestutbe being above normal. In command of the camp, as no on
Iroae who were detained were: L. with temperature above the normi
Medlock. temperature, 98 3-5. pulse 96; will be admitted by him.
Mrs. P. Q. Hall. temperature. 99 3-5. J. Y. PORTER.
palse, 1"0; H. 0. Caldwell, temperature ~tate Health Officer.
S1-6, pulse, 125. Dr. Porter was notlfied, last nigh
The following are the namesft those that everything at the camp was 1
wto applied or admiston to the camp readiness, and that he was ready t
yesterday and who were gives cards: accommodate 80 people.
Mir. Andrew Price Williams. An- In accordance with this lnformatio
drew Prce Williams, Mrs. Price Wil- Dr. Porter issued a supplemental lis
liamsa, baley Barrow, G. N. Gentry. of names of persons who are elligibl
I-mat Williams, A. C. Hopper. E. J. to the camp today. The M1 is as fto
Haaeock, J. T. Hbolmes. Mrs. J. T. lows:
Holmes, Mrs. N. H. Holmes. Miss Au- Supplemental Announcement-Deten
tasts Holmes, Miss Mrjorie Hblmes, tion Camp.
W. W. Morris, Mrs. W. W. Morris, F. Pensaoola, Fla.. Oct. 3, 1905.
W. Ridgely. In addition to the 80 persons listed
After the task of taking tempera for the etenution camp today, the fo
tares was complete and those who lowing 60 will also report tomorrow,
passed the examination wer making and they will be accommodated up t
reparations to leave the city Dr. Por- SlO per ins.
ter received a telegram from Surgeon a ....ely T.s.. hoA. sG
Banks stating that the cAmp would not Clhe, Mr-s ^L.sRe C Thamb s au, .
be read y for occupancy until today .e Mr.. I ,. "if an o eas, C. H
The telegram reached the doctor at Pou. Mrs. Barnette, Chas. Barnette
11:40, too late to notify those Prank Barnette, Honor Barnette, Joh
cards to the camp were ised, o upp, wife and child P. U. Majettoh
there was nothing to do but to have Webb, at. M hriweter, wife an
them topped at the train. hree chlen, A. I. 8tephens, Mrs
Indignation anu disguest was v4- Hall and two children, Mrs. E. W
demt hen the reftuees arrived at the Stephenson, Mrs. K. A. IAndasey an
pot and were notified of he fact that two children, A. .. Degan, Juliu

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Jacksonville, Oct. 3.-With a fra--
ture on his skull six inches long, the
little eight-yearold son of Ira Thomas
Agent of the Atlantic Coast line Radl-
way, at Green Cove springs, was
brought to Jacksonville last night and
placed in St. Juke's Hogital.
The little fellow attended the open-
ing of the 'reen Cove Springs school
yesterday and it *as at the school
building that the injury was received.
In some manner, as the little fel-
lows were playing arour.1 the building
the bell clapper fell from it's fasten-
ings and struck the little Thomas boy
on the head, inflicting a wound whisb
may cause his death.
DE% Clark accompanied Mr. Thonas
to Jacksonville with his little boy last
night. An ambulance was In waitin&
at the union station and the boy was
hurried to the hospital.
Physicians immediately proceeded,
to perform an operation and removed
the lacerated bone for about two
inches around the wound. Reports
from the hospital as to the'little fel-
low's condition are very unfavorab',
though everything known to medics
skill is being done to save the life ol
the little boy.
Takes the burn out; heals the wound;
cures the ppin. Dr. Thomas' Uclectric
Oil, the household remedy.





Tbh Mobile Herald of Monday sayt:
Anotuer freak of the '-lements is re-
corded by Captain R. Johannessen Mt
the steamer Hiram, which arrived he"e
this morning from Ce'ba, Spanilh
Honduras, having passed over the bar
last night, ond remaining In quaran-
tine long enough to complete the pe-
riod of five days required by quaran-
tire regulations governing stcameri
from tropical ports.
FVr thP nat fDw dv mnanv rumtn m



The Railroad Boys There are Still
Enjoying Themselves With
Camp Life.

Goulding Relay Camp, Oct. 3.-With
sincere sympathy to fne bereaved
family of Mr. J. C. iiunter of this
place who was taken fr )m his earthly
abode by monster deata, caused by
thedreadful disease, yIlow fever, we
come again to pote that we are all in
the best of health and enjoying the '
many pleasures and < omforts sur-
rounding us in camp.
Rain for the past frw days has
!rendered things a little damp for us
Engineer Ed Watsoa is now with
us; also Engineer McArthur who !h :i:,i.
been on the sick list for several days ..:
is again with us on hi, usual runs
We are all much indebted to Mrs. ..
Ed Watson for some delicious jelly . :.:::::
cake presented us by Mr. Watson ;..:..'.
Flagman W. A. Bond also presented :
some of the boys with x'rie nice fri-d :
chicken which Mrs. Bond sent hir,. .. .
Mrs. Bond is spending a while with :+,..
relatives at Bluff Sprit-. ....... .'- .
We are all very grat fAil To the eool .I t '
ladies for all these gooi things which
arc quite a rarity to i1" Our corre,- X.:::;
pondent has dreamed that a lady iin ll:::.....
town said that she was going to bake : P
a nice cake and send to her husband .
who is in camp for the :< rson writipg --'--
the pieces fhom Gouldii';I. I will as- TOM JEKIN, l a
sure the good lady thai such a de D uff y 's
would be greatly a-p:eciated arid'
never forgotten. D uy's
We are expecting C,),,luctor Meale cures coughs, colds, consumption, bronchiti
Wilson tomorrow wh3 will remain dyspepsiaand all stomach troubles ; nervous
with us for a while. exclusively in over 2,000 hospitals. It is a p
Come on, Meade, and- tell us some- contains no fusel oil and is the only whiskey
thing of your life at :-scambia-sall CATION-When you ask for Duffy'i
athet ooS a cork In unbroken-. Cheap mitaon ali
about poor Sam and tater. On this, bottle. Medk&lboeoklaa"to M' advul
you may be ahead of us, uut we'll b-ti
you that we can take tme cake on, EUC
chicken Jambayala anil fish chowder
prepared by Conductor Horne. This,.
together with claret. St. Louis ad pp
gumbo, all in plenty, was served NEGRO KILLED
at a banquet given by tInc boys at then
reception hall last nig-n: in honor of M DAVID
our officials, D. Williams, boarding
master Johnson, Engineers Maxwell.
Hoffman, Boghich and Cnduictor J. G. DEP
Gardner. A few toasts were given lr.- DEPUTY BREWTON ARRESTED
Flagman Davis which were responded MAN CHARGED WITH CRIME
to by the quartette with some elegant A
compositions of the latest music. At AND SHERIFF VAN PELT
9:45 the party disbanded, tendering to |
the hosts their apprecla iou and grati-i WENT AFTER HIM.
tude for the kindness and ho'pitality I
shown and requesting 1ieir presence
at luncheon with us on Sunday, next! There was a difficulty among negroes
for which all necessary preparation' at McDavid last Satarday night in
are being made for a grand time. which a negro by the name of William
Train Master Gonzalez was out tris Smith was killed. L. II. Bingham, an-
a. m. and acce-pted an i i nation to be 'other negro, is charged wirh the crime
present. Unule Rube sN a jolly fellw.i and is now in the county jail.
and much liked, by ll of the htiN. The arrest of Bingham was made by
We wdlId' be pleas d to have all o" Deputy Sheriff Brewton. but he was'
the officials come out aad dine wit Isick at the time ana could not take
us. !hls prisoner to the city, so Sheriff Van
One of the most interesting events Pelt went after Bingham, brought him
yet witnessed In our court is looked' back Monday afternoon and placed him
forward to with much interest for t,- in jail.
night which is the trial of Engine-r Another negro was also placed in;
McArbhtur for violating section two of!jail being in some way implicated. He1
our camp laws. This crime was not is also held as an important witness,:
intentional on the part of the defend- !as he is said to have been an eye wit-!
ant but as ignorance *,f the law ex- tiess to the affair. Smith was badly
cuses no one, he will be forced to suf- cut in different places, leaving no
t.: the penalty, if fount guilty. Both doubt that the man who wieldea' the,
the camp and the defendant will be knife which was used meant to kill
represented by the imot proniinert him.
an( efficient attorneys, hence the ex-!
pectation of a large crowd t( he-ir NEA Ih iL F
thr proceedings. NEW RI 'LL RUK
Some of the Escambia boys should
ask Jimmie Gardner ,f Supt. Sa!t- UNIFORM FUND
marsh saw him fall from No. 4 lart U I UN
Hoping to hear from all of the boys
both at -Flomaton and Escambia we DEDUCTIONS MADE SEMI-MONTH-
will close noping to some time in the
near future to meet again in town. We LY FROM POLICE OFFICERS
a-e still the merry boys at Goulding. SAL&RIE,

-- There was considerable dissatls-
Of Herpicide is in Giving It a Thor. faction yesterday among the police
o ..,h Trial officers when they received their

.... r r checks, covering the yas; half of ,Sep Ir
of a terrific storm on the Mexi-an There is only one test by whic;i t. members to find thathey had bet Fore n
gulf have reached Mobile and other of the efficiency f any artcl ct to th tent of they h5 for ni- eign
southern gulf ports, but from what that is y its ability t cut"to the extent of $3.50 for ui-
can be learned it seems that th.i lch, it is intended to do. Man:y hir Here rem We draw our
storm confined its operations along ,vigor may look nice and smell nice Hertofe as baen thecustoa change on Great
the coast, end not exrcuding to any but the point is- o teyv eradicate of the board (,f safety t have the men Geany, Fran
:great area in the gulf. Aked upon 1 Ddrfpntsop fallinghir a purchase uniltorms twice: every year, Holland, Spran,
Arrival if he had encounter edit o failing hti and after the uniforms had been pur- Norway, Swede
arrival If he had rcounteed thi No. theY dro not. but Hrpicide dcs, chased three consecutive monthly de- other European
Storm Captain Johanne-sen said: because it ges to the roo of the otree et t de other European
"What storm? I've encounteredd ro ad ks h ged tht att s :h dutions were made t. phy for the
bad weather. It has been calm all same. It was found, however, that
the way on the trip. fact, it h illa from whence the hair ets its this was decidedly a losing practice" Sl y t
been too calm most of the time. Once le. for the city, as some 'f "e men quit
I encountered a slight sell from t Letter rom prominn pp the service or were scared there- h a P
northwest and then again from the everywhere are daly proving that front while still indebted to the city.
norheas. but nothing e" Newbros Hrpcide stands the test The board a few weeks ago adopted
From this it was inferred that te .fl dre clear a new plan, which wen' into effect S ep
storm was along the gulf coast and I'y is ta delightful dressing, clear, yQeterday. The new arrangement pro-
didpure and frext from oil or greae. videos that the rum of $1.;5 be deduc-
shipd in ito the tropical ttdem- Fo sale by W. .. 'Alember't, ed from each semi-monthly check. the
Scru.ggist and apothecary, 121 South year round and that this amonti L. ILTO O rs,
Paiafox stre.r or end i,c in Stanlwrs placed to the credit of u ct men. When. i A: M. ,B NLL, Ou
M.'nko. wife and three children, A. C. to The Herpicidr Co., Detroit, M 'i. Un (,rm will be purha.ed for "hem .. s w
Hoppe. H. A. Gaston, J. W. Wright. It will be taken from t,'s fund. It. C itie
Tennie Wright. Elizrbeth Hebron. Wm.; however, an employee should resign
J. Giblin. Wallace Carswell, Hugo! Goldstucker Bros.' or he be discharged, after several de-
sucul. C. A. Rush. Miss Blake, Mrs. dutions are made and he has bought Geo.w Wright,
Chambliss. Brailsford Turner, Mrs. '. MA K I AN ,no uniform, or paid for the last one I M..
L Rockhill. Lois Hdolatte, John T. iHl IIt n-etHN L. purchased, then, the amount to his A ..EN
CokerW. H. Crawford, Mrs. T. Q.i All first-c!ass rubber-tired vehic'cs credlt is paid over to him in cash.
H il.and two chil dr e n o. 40 -, $1
flail and two children P and gentle horses. Phone 814. In this way the men pay to the tint-
J :. f- TRt, i .orem account the sum of $42.00 a _- .
State Health Offcer. i year. which is just about what they i S. R ESE., P
utirgeon Banks will not admit per- generally pay for a winter and sum-,
slns ti, the camp every iihy. It will A RAT and mer uniform, caps,helmets, rubber TH P
be necessary 'hat the first crow re- boots and rubber coat, overcoat, etc
i;ain there the required seven days be- IZ A BABY The only difference is that instead of DirecpDr-L. J.
tor, ;any one else is admn!tted. paying for them in three months In
After the first party of refeees are Ri Yourhou orftra t. keep larger amounts, they are required to TRANSACTS A
.'i-charzed Hfom the camp. the aemp b ram i pay every pay day and in smaller
w;i! be r-t.dv again to accommodate St 1 rl l amounts.
.iPghtTy p epl i es Rthatthelata RaeePAtg This was done by the board to sim- -
Dr. Porter deires that those people "wi loickyer fw- nat d ph'fy the matter, which it will un-
who registered with him to go to the amie. They is a ret s a doubtedly do. It will protect the city
camp and who u0 not now intend going e L e bnoomto_ and be easier for the men.
Have their names taken off the rell IhLtLaM-; MI 1 M.$IS In the opat the ity was imposed o.
and allow others to go. :n a number of caes, when uniforms .
Va riH in some-S P psEtasB wor purchased by |n D
When doctors fail, try Burdock ,UI W Lefa P se, ,,artiu w'o would .lmmiediately r.- a
lood Bitters. Cures dyspepsia, con- IL & w sig from the serTie e Oe -NO.
s:*pa'ion; invigorates the whole sys-. rB raN the s he e t
tm. 1. city to pay thw.t.

Tom Jenkins, for Years the
Unconquered Heavy-
Weight Wrestler of Amer-
Ica, States that Duffy's
Pure Palt Whiskey Was
the Only fledicine He Used
During the Time He Held
the Championship.

I Regard it as the Greatest
Body Builder and Nerve
Tonic in the World- It
Keeps fly System in a Nor-
mal, Healthy Condition,
and I Heartily Recommend
It to Every One Who
Wishes to Be Strong and
"I have, as eve'-y oneo kncwi, been chan'ii-n
heavy-w6,i:ht wrestler andi all-nrotri I a''n :'. r
yeirs. anl I must iiiy that during all that t:nia
thoonly invi.or.tur or nilicine I us.d was Panzf s
Iniro Malt Whiskey. 1 rward' it as tho gr.atIel
body-buillir and nerv-tonic in the worll. It
keeps my system in a nrrmnal, l.ealthy condlitaio.
and I heartily recmunnwnril it to e.vrr ono who
,wishes to be strong and well."- TOM JENKINS,

-pvi Wsa*en sC f 0 I mL1JU L I Te I m su n.

Pure Malt Whiskey
, grip, ca' 'rrh, athma, pneumonia and all diseases of the throat and lungs ; Indigwtiom,
sness, ma' '% ia and all low fevers. It is prescribed and used by over 7,000 doctors. iUed
promoter of ,;ood health and long life : makes the old young and the young strong. Dffy's
* recognized by the Government as medicine.
SPare Malt Whiskey look for the "Old hemnist" trade-mark and be asuro the sealt ovo
ire IpolUvly dangerous. Duffy's t sold by ll druggists and grocers, or dirset", S.
w e AN Duty MAu Whiskey Co., BohesMetr, .Y.

PIONE 181.

f. W LAWRENCE, Pr-w. No. 8 Were# WM Se.. PUSM F, FM.

No. 5603.
H. L. COVINGT3N, President M. E. CLARK, Cashier.
C W. LAMAR, Vike-President. JN. "rEIFFER. Axst. Cashier.

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

Henry L. Covlngton,
J. Ai Pfeiffer.
Br an unwody,
Frank leilly,
W. S. Rosaaco,
T. F. McGourin,
Fi. E. Brawner,
C. W. Lamar.
J. R. Saunders,

S. J. Foshee.
A. M. Avery.
W. H. Milton, Jr,
0. E. Maura,
W. L. Cawtaon,
C. A. O Neal,
Dr. W. J. Hannah,
McKenzie Oerth:Ag,
Alex MrGowln,
C. M. Covington.

Accounts of Banks, Individuals, Corporations, and Firm Solicted.
Four per cent. Interest paid on Time Deposits.

WM. H. KNOWL1S, President.
THOS. W. BRlNTl', Ast. Cashier.

W. K. HYER, JR., V.-Pres. and Cashle
W. N. ROBERTS. Asst. Cashier.

First National Bank
o Penucmla, F,

DIRECTORS F. C. Brent, VW A Blount. Win. IH Knowles.
,K. Hyer, Jr D,. Brent

Dowestic Exchange Bought and Sold.

own Bills of Ex-
Britain, Ireland,
w Austria, Italy,
igium, Russia,
n, Denmark, and

Veeasel disbursed upon the most
Favorable Terms, and their obil-
gatione taken payaple at Port of
Destination Ten Days After Ves-
sei Arrives there.

Baoxes For Rent, in Connection with which we
vTCe Deprtment for the use of Rcnter3.

wtawrt--Itemst PaW on Depoits
ft Of 4per emint per aMMnuAm.

Paausml. T. S. WXLL,. Vics-Pas,,suir
iasa MANJiIRLD MORXNO. Aev cAmsa
ons National Bank,
of Plae-oo PUld4s.
MoruiseMar, T. S. Wellei

lEWaa, Hi!toa Green.

resident. E. W. MNIEFEE. Cashier.
R. M. C4RT, VIce-President
Reeves, J. S. Reese, W. DeC. Klesslr. R. M. Cary,
W. A. WOAlemberte, A. Jennings.
oa*ese4eeeoee *0**0*0**0*00****o****



America's Champion

Heavy-Weiaht Wrestler

L3. A WIT. I
whoWmeala asd s ete tale ts

Iuara COAL
o. iat PWhst street. Telephone, 9.
"i a a a5le*s s streets. Phone.




I _




XI ~i ..~....,l -

UY thoughts are with you always-
Where crowd, where frftnd, alone;
of fear of e'er forgetting
Where once the heart was known.
And what my dreams no matter,
Nor what I seek to do,
There's still an undercurrent
Of thought and' love for youe. :
Eftm task to task I turn me,
As duties fill the day,
ad labor on half-hearted.
The slow-wingrd hours away.
The world seems ever wanting
la something good and true;
TYet flows that undercurrent
Of thought and iove for yon.
Lad still the world sweeps onward-
or-noae may lag behind;
eao the' the heart be heavy,
Or weary be the uand.
Aas mome may stop to murmur
And mme may stay to mourn;
till on that undercurrent
My love to you is borne,
-Jole Frazee Cappleman, in Memphis
Mrs. R. F. Mitchell and children are
spending the detention days Ia North
Caolla preparatory to visiting her
agents Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Rogers in

esceat at the resideape of Mr. and;
Mrs. W. J. Berry, to the great pleasure
of the friends he has made since com-
'ng to this city from Nashville. Mr.
Coic he. hai devoted care from Mrs.
Berry aad Mrs. D. R. Stewart, as w"ll
as from Mr. E. W. Fowler the locai
Mr. W. A. Gahlenback and family
are nla Battle Creek, Mich., and their
friends will be glad to wcarn that they
are all well. Mr. Gahlenoack having,
received much benefit from his treat-
ment there, writes that he Is "tfeelIrg
fine" They will return with the cold'
weather. i
Mr. R. H. Turner Jr.. who bas been
at Mr. Garfield's since his wife's dj-
parture, has returned to lis own resi-
Mrs. Albert Hyer an! Mise Dalsye
H ei, who have been at Asheville, N.
C.. registered at the Battery Park
Hotel are now in New lork.
Mrs. W. C. Jones anl children are
In Nashville, Tean., as are also Mrs.
Bcykin Jones and Mrs. F. B. Hager-
Miss Allie Willis is at Converse Col-
lege, Spartanburg, S. C.

Kandy Kitchen Cafe.

140 S.Palafoa, Phone 999

Under New Managemwmt
A delightful resort immune from
fever, offers to refugees elegant a.-
commodations and board at $35 pW
month, $7.50 per week. B3ery*infg

prisoners quieted dowi. a sttraae
things happened. A strong, clear voiee

from below began singing:
The many friends of Miss Jeannetts At a dinner one evening bishop Pot
9asell, long distance operator in the ter of New York was speaking en- "Last night I lay a-sleeping;
telphobe Exchange. will be pained to tbusiasttcally on the benefits of higher There came a dream so fair."
lrn that she is quite ill at her home education when a eelf-mad3 millionaire
an West Garden street.. dissented, saying: "I never went to Last night! It had been for th A
college, awi I thank heaven for the all a night of drunken stupor.
Mis Hazel Otsinger of the navy fact" The bishop asked: "Am I to The song warluch a contrast to tke
*r. niece of Mrs. C. C. Goodman, left understand that the gentleman thanks horrible fact that no out could fa'lot
btutrday to finish in music at college heaven for his ignorance?" "Why, a sudden shock at the thought thw
in Baltimore, Md. yes," replied the millionaire; "you can song suggested.
put it that way if youv e a mind to."
Miss Clarice Muir who was caught "Then," .retorted Bishop Potter, "all I "I stood in old Jerusalem
yv the quarantine while visiting rela- have to say is that the gentleman has Beside the temple there"-
tUies, has gone to her home, Mairville, a great deal to thank heaven for."
0. & the song went on. The judge had
Lieutenant and Mrs. Victor Blue, paused. He made a quiet inquiry. A
Mr. ee. Pryor was able to be out on with their handemne little son, John I former member of a ftmo. s opera
the gallWy at his fathers home ybs- Stuart Blue. will shortly come south company, Known all over the country
tereday r is covalesciag nicely. from Saa Francitso. where they are at was waiting for trial for forgery. It
1* present. Ieutesant Blue has been was he who was singing in his cell
Mr. a" Mrs. C. M. Wilson Sr, who given a four month's leave of absence Meantime the song went on. and ev-
gaw tji t tat Hill recehly, have at, and is steadily improving after his op1r- ery man in line showed emotion; one
their hbae 10th Avenue between 14jation for appendicitis. After a visit or two dropped on their knees; otee
Md 1T itreet.s Mr. and Mrs. John to iUeutmant Blue's family in South boy at the end of the line, after a
Me Day as guests for a few week. Carolina, this attractive family will desperate effort at self-control, leaned
co-me to Jacksonville, Mrs. Blue's against the wall, buried hit face
Mrs. Winie L. Morgan, Jr., and irs. old home for a visit to her sister, Mrs against his folded arms and so Ied,
John Coler are at Roberts. Charles k. Terry. The many warm "O. mother, mother!" -
trends a her girlhood will gladly wel- The sobs, cutting to the very heart
Mr. an Mrs. Charles M. Wilson, Jr. come her and her gallant husband, who the men who heard, and the song still
aft now occupying their pretty new; won aB heats by his manly bearing welling its way through the court-
eattage jas completed = Stoadard; and uasmanilg maners while the hon- room, blending In the hush. Thfn
Avenue, opposite Mr. J. C. Pebley's ored gmest of the city at the Peace Jub- one man protested.
place. lee here at the close of the Spanish- "Judge," said he, "have we got to
Americn War. Master John Stuart submit to this? We're here to take,
Mr. F. W. Marsh is now in Tala- Blue is aa iateresting little chopf mack our puniilment, but this-"
Mese where he will be detailed o. whose ort life has been spt in He, too, began to sob.
masetid on important hbubiness. Janpa ,and he speaks t language of It was impossible to proceed with
S. old YMpot as lUently as that Of his the business of the court, yet tit
Mr. C. L. Shine is expe-ted to reach owa coaetry.- forlds ms-uioa. Juge gave no order to stop the song.
Trhaesee this week from lu(a. The police sergeant, after a surprise'
e*., Ky. THE HOLY CITY. effort to keep the men In line, stepped
AND WHAT IT DI*. back and waited with the rept. The
Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Cary are Here ts a good staoy that was pub- song moved on to its climax:
.. ... ..... .. .. ....... .. ..- F"... o g mo e n t is ei u

ta Nashville, Tenn. iirhne oy The Sabbath Recorder. Thn
pathos and tenderness of it goc
Capt. G. W. Barrow and family ars straight to the heart. R'ad it:,
at Genava, Aia. Thirty men, red-eyed and dlshpvre
ed, lined up before a judge in a 8.
Mr. W. S. Garfleld has gone to Join Franciseo police court. It was a aegi
Mrs. Garfield in Chicsgo. lat morning company of drunks an
-- dirorderlles. Some were old an
Mr. W. V Cole. the efficient andi' hardened; others hung ihelr heads i
eerteous local cashier of the South- bhame. Juft as the momentary disor
an Exprt-ss Company is now conval der attending the bringing in of th

The Journals Daily Fashion Feature



"Jerusalem! Jerusalem!
Sing for the night Is o'erl
Hosanna in the highest!
Honsanna forevermore!"

"d The judge looked into the faces ef
d the men before him. There was urt
n one who was not touched by the song;
r- not one in whom some impulse wse
e not stirred. He did not call the cases
i ingly, but with a kind word of ad.
vice he dismissed them all. The song
1 had done more good than punishment
could have accomplished,
A few years ago the president de-
cided to appoint Mr. Wynne, now Con-
sul General at London, to be First Ac-
sistant Postmaster General.
"How will we keep this from the
newspapers?" wasas ked by some of
the president's advisers.
"I think that the best way would be
to take the newspaper correspondents
ai:to our (onfidence," said' the presi-
This was done and the secret was
carefully guarded for a month, al-
though known all that time by fifty or
ntor' Wpshington correspondents. -
Louisville Post.
If Blue Ribbon Lemon ano' Vanilla

Extracts fall to please you can g?t
y vur money back. A trial is all the
makers ask.

Des. Family "Oount?"
S"I go a great deal on family," re-
S\marked the Ward McAllister of the
community. "I tell yu there's lots In
blood: family counts."
Ah. does it?
Abraham Lincoln's father was so
poor that the negroas called him po'
e white trash, and Abe himself was born
in a log hut with cracks in the walls so
wide that you could throw a dog
through them. and his mother's name
was Nancy IHanks.
The father of John Adams ran a cor-
i ner grocery. John Quincy Adams, bow-
ever, had "family" back of him, for
his father, John, had been president
of the United States.
11 James K. Polk grubbed roots out of a
Snew farm in North Carolina until he
got too strong to work for his father;
then he managed to secure a Job In a
1 Andrew Johnson married "family,'
for his wife knew enough to teiht him
bow to read.
A DRESSY BLOUSE FOR AFTERNOONS. John Keats was the -o of a hostler
A p tnlted yoke of lace or of an all broken, the better to display the trim- and was born in a liv bri stable. h
over emibroid, ry--each is equally et- ming effect., The crepe is shirred to Ra Ben oin laid bri.
.fetive--is used In this smart lit,,', he vole, fancy shirrings across the wa s oingB At n
tust aiding in the dressy design, ani Napoleon Bnaparto o ee rk
t house ; and a one-seam crepe de chine this fullness Is gathered into a boned "I am my own ancestors. th0 body portion and sleeve. cointwre of the crepe. The sleeve is Did youever hapie ft Bear w ah r a
The fastonine as in 'he case of all th,' just a full puff to below the elbow, the faber of Homer or at ofaeepare
l retxv waists. nowodays. is effect d 4n where It is met bv aashape cu of the or of Gladstoe or at Usatea sr aO
,-th( back. .iL', having the fronts un-i:r;:ming materiaL Walt Whitmant?-Portlanl Ore l-S.


The, Ianks of Florida

Are you to become a mother? If so. do you realize
I* great amount of suffering that most wotnen are
Obliged to undergo. the pain they have to bear? I Hyou
could do anything to relieve that pain would you Sot
do it ? You are a sensible wrnuan, and of cord Y
Swould-then rmad carefully every word.


sm, ai"n as kAM ams m Wio 6o. ier
mi Try-W-.m mi Sdiy. wh i Els tsm.

Irlend and colleague: I ed at once. He literally emptied his The Pure FOOd The Store th't Feeds
"The Pensacola Classical School is pockets into the lad's hand and, taking '
,loing a splendid work for the cause of; his poor instrument from him, began Store Phones 178 and 480 the People.
southern education. It i. established "the most grotesque and extraordinary
upon broad principles, it cherishes t'1i performance possible." Presently there
highest ideals of scholarship; it maln. ;was quite a crowd around the curious
tains a high standard of excellence; pair, add Paganini, concluding his solo.
and by the best modern methods and i,
equipment it secures thoroughness of went around with the hat. A splendid I
training comparable with that afford collection was the result, and after j
by the great fitting schools of the1 handing this to the boy Paganaln walk.
east. To my mind the Pensacola ed off with his companion, remarking,
Classical School is one of the very i "I hope I have done a good turn to the SEL
best secondary schools of the south." little animal."
Dr. Venable, president of the Uni-
versity of North Carolina, writes: "-It A orlnelion of dlote.
gives me pleasure to testify to the "I want to ask for the hand of your I -
thoroughness of the preparation )f daughter In marriage," said the young,
the students who have come from aI
your school to the university. We "You're an Idiot," said the irath fa-
should be glad to have more of the r a
kme type." ]*" By A. CONAN DOYLE,
Dr. Geo. Petrie, professor of Lat1 "I know it. But I didn't suppose;
and History in the Alabama Polytecy- you'd object to another one in the fam.-; The f e w tO eso s."erlock Holmesn ILLUSTRATED
ric Institute, writes: "I consider the Ilyr"-Yonkers Statesman. et t o t tlas. Et ILLTAa .TED
Pensacola Classical Scheol one of the a.BYP.D.SEC
best fitting schools in this section of Msth Ammerylr. I6
the south. I can confidently endorse "Two things make my wife awful
the thoroughness of its work and thi M NOW RUNNING IN
healthy manly atmosphere that pe- "What are theyr
vades the Institution. to get nady for company that dont
logue of the school sadress. o
H. CY RSTRON, iMse at a.-P ea hnqSun ay Journal
Principal. '.

A Dro el

flavor is

Small Thig,

but it makes lots of dif-
ference in the taste of ice
cream and leet That's
why our cream s la sueh
demand. Very quat
has exactly --e righ- pro-
portion of each iagrvl-
ent, and Is absolutely
pure and cleam.

The last issue of te Southern Bank -and Frdinand Lutgens, assistant s
er, published Ina Atlata contains the e&ahier. S AP94
following concerning the banks oa The Florida Bank and Trust Co., t
Florida: of Jacksonville, capital, $1,000,000, the Is a liniment so potent that it will greatly lessen the
A banking institatio is being estab- .largest financial organization in the suffering of any ciae of L.wor, no matter how
hshed at Leeburg aud a new build- state, is having a handsome addition cult. Withthisliniment, Motherh, maisabeautodf
Ing will be erected tr Its use. made to its building, costing $100.000. dream; without it."a nightn.are N l more saB
With $25,000 capital, the First Na- When completed it will be one of the ing, no mcoe needles aresm. wuto ln peactful irel
tkmal Bank of St aPetersburg, had on n,ost handsome in the city. The offl- motherhood i yoursiifyou wiut ):, -ny oura
August 25, deposits, $112,268, and cers are: W. F. Coachman, president; For external uneS. Safe tonadjt, wisr,
loans, $99,643. Hon. W. S. Jennings, vice-president Mother's F iend.'l All m s s..U it at
The Bank of Perry has been convert- (specifically in charge of the trust ani other Fri end. our k Mothea
has increased its capital from $15,000 vice-president (in charge of the bank-
to $25,000. Ing department), and W. A. Redding. MM[ Ut[G UZ[ 7r [ [J
The Central National Bank, Ocala, cashier.
F. L. Watson, cashier, on August 25, The condition of the National Bank
hao' deposits. $120,372; loans, $104.522; of Jacksonville as shown by its state-
total resources, $185,059. ment of August 25, should be very 5
Despite the yellow fever and the gratifying to its stockholders, officers
uanal dull season, the banks of Pensa- and directors. -..- $300,000 capital,
cola in their reports of August 25, were it had deposits, $3,Wtl,633 ( an increase ?
shown to be in excellent condition, of $478,106 in the past year); surplus Don t Let
with total deposits. of nearly $3,000,- and profits, $41.i.;, loans, $2.518.677;
000. cash and due from banks, $1,174,976;
The Hernando State Bank, Brooks- tctal resources, $3,951,226. Georgic
ville, organized in March, with $15,000 R. DeSaussure, who is secretary of the
capital, opened for business August 3d. Florida Bankers' Association. is cash- V W ,n v a
Jas. A. Jennings, president; W. E. ier, and has ably demonstrated his fit-
Iaw. vice-president; Jno. C. Law, ness for these positions and his prev- Get the Best of You
tcahier. i ous experience as bank examiner Get the Bes of You,
Thim First National Bank of Miami, gives him a very valuable acquaint- get the best of it Supply yourself with
Bdward C. Romph, cashier, made a ance.ith
very good statement on August 25, Elsewhere In this issue will be found ample fumigation necessities, such as
I showing capital, $50,000; surplus andi a report of the condition of the First
profits, $6,334; deposits, $185,719; National Bank of Pensacola, which on
leais, $168,159; cash anl due from August 25th, with capital $200,000, had'
banks, ,$46,470; total resources, $304,- surplus and net profits, $103,731; de- ulphur, oSuurr candles, tc.,
S403. posits, $1,409,510; loans, $1,277,052;
The following reserve agents have cash and due from banks, $296,178; i or with necessary prcwentatives,
been approved for national banks of ttoal resources $1,913,240. This
Florida: Hanover National, N'ew strong bank under the management of
York. for the First National of Perry; Wm. H. Knowles. president; W. K. Oil of Citronella and the Original Bosso
Consolidated National, New York, for Hyer, Jr., vice-president and cashier;l Bognmai
the FiPrt National, Jasper; Chase Na- T. W. -Brent an W. N. Roberts, assist-
i tkal, New York, for the Fort Dallas ant cashier, is Ine of the foremost
National. Miami. financial institutions of Florida. E)s-
The Citizens' Bank of Jackson- tablished In 1880, its growth has been
Ivfle, is a new financial institution re- a tribute to the excellence of its man-
cently*organised with $50,000 capital, agement. I ea Illel l W P A lM l I /. .
a*j it expected to open November 1. The large line of deposits of the
J. Denham Bird, an eficient young Atlantic iNatkmal Bank, at Jackson- PHONE 1100
fnaacter of Jacksonville, will be cash- ville, indlcates the confidence in which
ler. ts charter will cover banking it is held. With capital, $350,000, it THE BIRTH PLACE OF PROMPT DELIVERY.
with savings and trust departments. had August 25, deposits, $2,387,872;
The Citizens'Bana & Trust Company surplus and profits, $128,918; loans, $1,-l OrPEN ALL NIGHT.
of Tampa, organized ten years ago, 912,480; cash and dile from banks,
Snow has nearly $1,00,000 deposits. $725,257; total resources, $3,216,821.
with capital. $100.000; surnbiq 4 It officers are: E. W. Lane, president;
protest, $203,929; loans, $1,096,879; Fred W. Hoyt, vice-president; Thos.- 0l*it4-;t ,tt g4tbiA**^*-K.g, .
cash due from banks, $560,, t); toLa., P Denham, cashier; J. Denham Bird .
$1.181446. This strong bank is one and Delmbr D. Upchurch, assistant DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, :
of the most conservatively managed In cashiers. President Lane is president
the state. of the Florida Bankers' Association CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZS 3
deposits of the First National a~d has made a splendid, record as a CTERLING SILVERWARE
Batk of Gainesville are reported at competent banker since coming toi O C
$412A,0, with capital, $60,000; loans, Jacksonville from Georgia a few fears ART POTTERY OPTICAL GOODS
$271,618; surplus and undlviled prof- ago.
Its' $28,137; cash and in banks, $246,- The State Bank of Kissimmee has 1 CUT GLASSWARE.
L48: total resources, $535,996. Jas. M. completed arrangements whereby the 1
Gtaham Is president; G. W. Hyde, vice- capital stock of that Institution wasa -
president; H. E. Taylor, cashier, and raised from $15,000 to $50,000. The .-
Lee Gtaham, assistant casbier: new stockholders Include some of the EngreVing and r O 1in ationfry.
August 26, with $100,000 ca ptal, the strongest and best known financiers -
First National Bank of Fernandina, in the state. Among the subscribers
had surplus and uadIvIded profits, $88,- to the new issue of stock ar&. W. F.
842; depoarts, $4454; capital, $100,, Coachman. of Jacksonville, president: Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention,
000; loans, 76,33W cash and due from of the Florida Bank & Trust Co., and _
banks, 9-40,446. Tht4ofleers are: Frei of the Consolidatec, Naval Stores Co.;
W. Hoyt, presdeftt; J. H. Prescott, E W. Lane, president, and T. P. Den-
vice-presldent; Carl Warfeld, cashier, haoi, cashier, of the Atlantic Nationall K Z adek Jew elry C o.
and Fre W. Weed, assistant cashier. Bank of Jacksonville; C. C. Chollar, IV
John Trie w-is president of the cashier of the First National Bank of f MOBILE, ALA.
CRtisemw'Bank & at Comptiny, Tans- Arcadia; J. J. Hurd, orange grower gigitil/1g Xt,-ltli S 1Hta^ t
pa; First Natio3 1 Bank, St ,JPcters. and capltatst o(, Arcadia, and others.
burg. Is also prdent of the new The former stockholders have also --
bank of Ybor City, which opened for been liberal subscribers to the new `V-------------
business September 1, with $50,000 issue, and the entire capital stock of
capital. It goes Without saying this $50,000 is fully paid up. The State
bank will be successfully managed, Bank has been a very gratifying due-'
and proatable, as' all of John Trice's cess to its founders from its incipi-
enterprime are. ency to the present time, ana the in- A I
The American 'Nitidnal Bank of crease of the capital stock was made
Pensacola, H. L. Covington, president; necessary by the fact that its business ;
C(: L1 ar, vice-president: M. E. had outgrown its facilities. The ores-
Clark, cashier; John Pfeiffer,. assist- Ident and cashier of the bank, Messrs. When buying you might just as well by inrhograd.
ant cashier, and with a strong board C. A. and N. B. Carson, respectively, Fu.rilture-the kin a we sell. I'rs h ,';rpr in tb eat
of directors, haa *eposits $960,029, by their untiring energy, careful and it will look well a nd give the b .4t of ser' ice 'or a lift-
'August 26; loans, (357,365; cash and in safe methods, have inspired the con- time.
bank, $223,776; surplus and undivided fldence of the people, and built up a .
rrofits, $50,672; total resources $1.512,- financial institution of which Kissim- *BUY NOW PAY LATE R.
697. i mee and Osceola county may well be
The Exchange National Bank of proud.
Tampa, United States, State, county -- I A A A kA & R R
and city depository, had at the close We- Pagsmsi Was Gerews. MA R TON QU INA,
ofb770;uapita, Augu00;2surtdeposits ,n. It was generally supposed during his 108-110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla.
divided profits, $61.277; loans, $501,- lfetme thnt Paganini had more re-
361; ca s and due from banks, $276.. ggrd for bank notes than for musical .*9#**S@***9#**9O.**S..***.****. .**99*0***......*-...
101; total resources, $922.047. A. C. nots--that, In fact, he was a heartless, ..------ --- -.- _
C!ewis is president: Edward Manrara seltish miser. It is true that, as a rule, i
'ce-president; J. .A. Griffin, cashier, he was very chary with his money (he
died worth $500.X)0), hut that he was IP WE MAVE IT, IT IS THE BEST.
also occasionally generous is amply
1HI P i&SAC OLA ,,proved by several incidents in his ca
SE PENSACOLA r. on.o s ast coy ers wa. Leave Your Orders with Us for
C ASSIC L SC OO en at Turin for the benefit of the poor.
CL ICanL SCOOf L mve Beroz te geat Fren coG rories
poser, the large sum of 20,000 francs
simply as a mark of admiration for the
OPINION OF EOUCATOR8 AS TO latter's "Symphonie Fantastlque." But ac
ITS WORK. better than this was the manner of his
ITS WORK. befriending a little Italian whom he
found playing on the streets of Vienna. VW Are Still th Le d
The boy confided to him that he sup- W A tll t LeaderS.
rrof. Wuale M miller, professortaft, ported his sick mother by his playing
visiting the clascal "hool, wroe and that he had come from the other ol C s n & 0
Ihe totowxng unsolicltel opinion tc a side of the Alps. Paganini was touch- o C C o.


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7 room dwelling, west Garden, 3 iots*
.. .. .. .. ........ .... .. .. $1400.
3 houses, renting $18.00 per month
.. .... .... ............... $1600.
3 houses (new) renting $21.00 per
month.......... ........ $1800.
4 room house, renting $7.00. 600.M
Two room houses, renting $10.00
per month.. .... .. ........$760.-


on Real Estate, p ain
and endorsed notes;
quick service,


200 Theisen Bld'g




10-room House on North Hill..$50
715 North Baylen.............. 40
304 North Spring............... 25
21 West Romana.............. 17
806 North DeVillier.......... 17
313 East Gadsden............. 15
1107 East Cervantes.......... 15
314 East Strong.............. 15
238 West Government......... 15
1126 East LaRua.............. 12
310 East Romana........... 12
111 South DeVillier........... 10
626 West Romana.............. 10



For Rent.

7 room house, 91 X. Strong..... .$1 50
5 room house, 413 Guillemard 10.00
6 room house, 409 Guillemard. 16.00
List your real estate with me for
Rents collected' and prompt returns

204% 8. Palafox St. Fisher Building.

WAIl WD.-The Southr l Mattress WANTED.---Clert to do temporary JUST RECEIVED-Large shipment of
(). wW *ll a t yOr homn and re- work until Deietoer 16th, who 1is Sporte O e OiV eLtail b pntn,
pair yoer old mattress or sell you a good at fgres and writes fair hand. on ord larger quantity. Morassoil by pint
Uew ese cheap. Phone 682. 4tetlw* Possible permancy. Apply P. 0. Box largensantit ors
830. 4 fct3tCo. ship chandlers anl grocers, 701
WATW .-At once; sooner lo l of south Palafox. 4oct.
Oak sad pine wood; We1 not to WArTD.o-An intelligent may CHICKEN WHRAT prodaoea eS1.
tau&o at PeasSelMa, tt ome to an- earn $10 to $16 weekly in sparc Makes towls especially well Savored
era treat o navy yard and U1e time corresponding for newspapers; The cheapest food to bel fon&d 1. S
- there. Tkraphor ph "e at m D no canvassing. mad for particulars. Mellen & Co.. Pphose MlUt.o
spnse t a~ y vessel can come. F. Northern Press Sgadicate, Lockport,
N. wll, 88 W rnton.w N Y. 3 -t3m FOR SALX.-I am Florida State Agent
WANTED.-Lady of prepossessing ap- for Fire and Burglar Prooft Bate and
WalrD.--latddk by expertmOld pearance for permanent position as Vat.t Fixtures of all descriptions
maa and mlesman. Good ref- our local representative for the Medici manufactured by Alptne Sate ani
uuw Address 888, care Journal. Secret Cream for face, arms, neck and Lock Company of Cincinnati Ohio.
868, bust The finest Massage Cream Communicate with hie for prices and
k A..- ... ,. ...,. terms before buying elsewhere. Sear.

nUow"n. Adidress, wit particulars ot
We wont the public to remember that yourself. Medici Secret Cream, South ttMoreno, Pensacola Fla.
e amre back at our old stand on East, Bnd, Ind. 3oct3t 28June.
gemerament street, and selling gro- WANTD .-By Chicago wholesale and Do you value your health? If so,
cries and produce cheaper thanany mail order house, assistant manager use our pure Blend of Coffee "Dewey"
cther firm in P1es aco. We mean (man or woman) for this county and and "Schly. New Orleans Grocery
wtat we say. Geo. W. Pryor & S an' ao'joniing territory; expense money ad- Co.. Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug 30
zadept. vanced. Work pleas at; pealtion per-
n.anent. Write at once for full partic- We have been with you in Posaco.
WAt).we caan ap emotTea uiars and enclose self-addressed en- a since 1874. afid still intend to stay
be uests at dan p-t -ate anmoun td elope. Thomase Cooper & Co., 132 1aith you and servetyou with the best
ter; moerate rates. Address F. D. ket rice. New Orleans Grocery
cur.inmgam, Buena Vista, VA. WANTEI.-By Chicago Manufactur. Co.. Jas. Mcfugh. Prop. aug2s
lseep1um* ing Houts. person of Lrustworthyness
somewhat familiar weTJh local territory Fu.OR o n
PLUTO! PLUTO! as assistant in branch oece. Salary FOR SA ne lot of fine sho
Keep your system in g 4 ondtio $18 paid weekly. Permanent position. cases, especially adapted for m
ad you need not fear any diease-No investment required. Previous ex-also o liner purpoet or for drugunters stre
PlO, ite great stomach healer, for perience not essential to engaging. also one lot of counters and li
sale, wholesale and retail, by Jas. Address Manager Branches, Como French plate glass mirrorT E. L.
Mel. Biock, Chicago. 3oct3w* Reese, 118 South Palafox. 2sep
N9Go & HUAL. contractla painters NON-UNION Compositors. Join the FOR e Le --oAt astacouts furniture
ar. dectoators. Fine aisin Million Club ry coming to St. Louis. nre e Sc a aend e mta a at
and inishing. Sign patingI ai spe- Permanent positions guaranteed to 1b140 Intenaencia. a
claity Residence phone 24. z29aug. competent men. $19.50 per week of
tiftly-four hours. AoIdress Employmenir FOR SALE-One Choice block on top
WANTED.-T-r' to know that you ca Pureoau, St. Louis Typotheta 41 NI of the ridge east of the electric
buy nice. cean old papers at this lourah St., t. Lo uis ot. 1 railway, between 7th and 8th streets.
ouyeie cheap. loctt* Nature hal favored this section and it
cannot be duplIcated. A. V. Clubs.
IDO TOU want to buy or sell anYth111? WANTE)---A prominent Monthly Mag" PLUTO PLUTO
at want ad will bring woMdertul azine with large, higheiass circula PLUTO! PLUTO
e cost is too inagbttin, requires the services of a local Keep your system In good condition
to dea. representative to look after renewals and you need not fear any disease.
and increase subscription list in Pen- P'luto, the great stomach healer, for
WANTEI).-Everybody to know that sact,la on a salary basis wi*h a cog- sale. wholleale and retail, by Jas.
our Blend of Coffee may be imitated tulngin mterest from year to .ear in McHugh.
but can't be equaled. New Orleans the business created. Rxperiene a
Gorcery Co. Jas. McHugh, Prop. siraole. but not essential. Cod ,op-I FOR SALE CHEAP-My three-yeat.
aug_ portunity for the right person A-i old Berkshire herd tear, Duke of
WANT- D.-The public to know that.dress, Publisher, Box 69, Station o. Florida, No. 68,923. Also some fine
we are pioneer Coffe Roasters ofNew York. OS, oung pigs. 1 sx-m old boar,
SN Orl GroceryCOregistered and transferred. Carl Set-
Florida. ew Orleans oy Co, WANTED.-Job Printers: good jobi terlind, Chipley, Fla. 181y
.s. McHugh, Prop. au comi)ostors can seLuro rn
; ooml~itors cn s(, ermDcaneut t

SWANTD.-The Merckawta TranstI positios at bigh~et wage' in an ope
O. wants your moving and hauling, shop, working ffty-four hours pc
All breakage guaranteed. 1. B. Thor. Aet.K AIto, Protection provide
ea. Prop. Phone 97&. 18Junel. Gt.rge I ). Barnard & 0o., St. Louis
Mo. 1
We want everybody o know that we Parties in need of ca
are wholesale and retail grocers and VT.TL-Partses in u eed of carpe t
till a' the old stand. New Orleans ort pl lease rinedg up ena bNu in776
Co., Jas. ugh, Prp. agent, room 1, old Armory building.
su*eU". ysept2n.n*
WA UTD-Tour electric work ot aU WANTED--Good cook. Apply at 43
kiads. Let UK cea your tans. re.: East Gregory. 23sept2w'
pair your dynamc, do your wiring, etc.
ine 6570. Pensacola Electric Co., WANTED.-Hozel cook.oolored boy t
eore Intendencia and Bay:en street cook in a small hotel, good salary;
Ujunelnm. answer quick, for Chip'ey Hotel. Chip
WANTBD-HaulnDa and transtr ley, Fla. 19sept
work-. O ice phone S63. ReMld WANTrED.-All young persons wno
p eae 390. Acosta White. 2-.1. are o sEenographers or book
Tarragona. Zmc keepers, that are seeking positions or
Promotion, to register with us imme-
PARTI1 who w&m to rt bors ; diately. We can secure you good poS-
bas e or anythina *se for taM i:lons. We are having more ca'ls
matter, will Sad The Journal Waatj daily than we can supply. It will eror
Aft a great help you nothing to register with us. Meux
i & Munro, Proprietors. rhe Mobile
WANT -D-Orwers for The JournalB Busine-s College, No. 62-64 N. Royal
apectal Peuasodla and Panama Caaal St.. Mobile. Ala 15septln
actitca whia wiUl shortly appear.
Will detain half-tone pictures of city. WANTED.-Trustworthy man to man-
hailor and special eenes 15 eOnt age branch office and distributing de-
Leave orders at Journal og5a pot for large manufacturer. Salary to
start with, $1LO .rst year, and extra
WANTED--Seoold-and Cora. Ot couinmissions and expenses. Applicant
anl cotton seed meal sacks. Out @O mus: have good references and $1000
towtr shipmnenft oUcted. Write V. cash. capital secured. Experience un
F S. Melle a O,. Om aream ,ecespary. Address -Manufacturer.,'
A. 1L BINGHAM wants your movig-i West Atwater St., Detroit, Mich.
and hauling. He guarantees all break- T ---- --
agct. Phone 630 WANTED-The people of Pensacola,
to cease worrying. Let The Journal
THE RENTAL BUSINESS is out Want Ads solve the problem for you.
specialty and your businem will They are expe-t detectives, and can
have careful attestUoa. D. Hale Wil finI the man you are looking for if
son & Co. he is included ain the 25,000 or 0.e00
people which makes the population
S nsacola.
0oard and1 Rooms. BAY HOTEL--Open night and day.
European plan. Rooms light and
WVA.NTE -O &h or :wo roomers; men clean. Transient trade solicted. (75.
preoerrl..a Apply or address No. 1. 579 South Palatal. Jos. 8. Nicola
iW. LaRua, cr Soctlm* p,. aMT.

FOR SALE.-One 3% gal. young cow
with calf 3 weeks ola, 1 2 gal. cow;
1 3% gal. pat. churn; 1 pair platform
scales, 1 2 wheel push cart. ADply
Hugh Maloney, 922 N. Davis St.
FO R Ai AL-1-lroom house., corner
lot. 3 blocks from Palatox, lot ISa
192 on car Je. For particulars to-
quire of Standard ClotLing Co.
z9 Jan.
FOR SALE.-Comic ",Stegomyia" pos-
tal cards for sale at White's Res-
taurant, two for five cents. Outside
orders will not be fllUea unless cash
and postage accompanes order. Or-
der quick. 2$sept.

Money to Loan.

MONEY TO LOAN-In large or small
amounts on real estate, plain or en-
dorsed notes. Promft service. L. S.
.Brown & Co., 200 Thiesen building.
MO4NET TO LLUND---a good reaL
tate security, or on good colateral,
at lowest rateS Leslie K. Broo
Fisher building. ljan
wONrY OA M o a any at s an
klais of personal property. payable
Wokly7 or ? lUy. wV you need
amouney. *.me. '* A.. WU.c- 221 w.
aovornment .tree. Sallsbury bulzd;a"
room 7. Mdeo
MONEl LOANXD on goo4 real e
tate utt 1u Pn,& amoUt. a
Iale W ,o'& O.
1 k2.

MONEY LOANMW 48 k~li of p3-
so0al. property ont, shtet aaoteg
Teras easy. J.. W.-rBullad.. pstairs
28% SoUth Palatox S Plhbt, 1144
*' SnoT
UNLMITKD amusot t oyato if
on&U.kind S*peciLrat M to buza m*anen large
loans. tBe New Tort Lian Co.* 2040
South Palatfo.

ashman's PawaSheo.
Watches, Chains, R1ags and a9 laJsn
ofet oUatral security at lowest rate of
interestL Bergalns la unredeeaed


LOST.-A memorandum book on East
Garden street between W. R. Tay-
lor & Co's and L. & N. freight depot.
Reward for return to W. R. Taylor &
Co. 3oct3tj
IS03T.-A Maltise Angora Kitten near-.
ly grown. Liberal reward for re-,
turn to Ben D. Beers, at Wm. Johnson;
& Son.

See our board for bargains

in real

Money to lend at the lowest market
rate cf interest.


Real Estate Agency
206 South Palafox Street,

WANTED.-My patrons to know that
my school will open at the same
Ilace as heretofore, as soon as the yel
low fever situation will permit. Miss
Pattle Holdon. 24sept.

Professional Directory.

Room 405 Thlesen Building,


Attorneyand Counulorat Law
108 East Government Street.
General Law Practice.

Room 500 Thl*een B'ld. Phone 7"


Fisher Building, 2041/a South Palatox
PHONE 525.

Room 9, Brent Building. Phone, L.

Attorneyand Counsellor at Law
401 Thiesen Building.

M. J. GONZAL & CO., Prop.
Buy your meal and stock feed from
thq home manufacturer. eancourarl.8

6ewgia, Flisa mad Alabama Railway us.
Carrabelle, Tallahasses and Geor(ia Railroad Ce.
Schedule faking Effzct May 6, 19J5.

Audy Sna

Sunday Sunday
Southbound No. 1 only only
No. 3 No. 5 No.3
Lv Atlanta (C. of Ga. Ry) 7:,5a.m ....... ......
Lv Macon (C. of Ga. Ry.) 3:45am ). ........
Lv Cuthbert .. .. ... :60a.m 4 .
Lv Arlington.. .......... 9:10a.'n p m ........
Lv Bainbridge.. ........ 11:00a.inm t.;T m t' 2a m r
Ar Tallahassee.. ......... 12:5.p.m atpal .; 8:03a.m
Lv Tallahassee (S. A. L Ry) 1:53p.m 4 a.m...
Ar Jack'ville, (S. A. L. Ry.) 1 ,. a ....... ..
Lv Tallahassee.. .... .2:00p.m 1,a m N a- nL m .r)p 1
Lv Socnoppy....... ... .. 3:14p.n Iu ',a.m : :,-'.* m 9 5 p a
Lv Lanark. .. ..' .. l 1 l5a.m It 0:a I > n
Lv Carrabelle.. ...........4:Op m ...... l,am I 5p
Ar Apalachicola.. .. .. .... 7:00p .. .. ........ ........



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No. 2 No. 38 No. 6 No. 4
Lv Apalachicola.. .. .. 6:30a.m ..... .....
Lv Carrabelle.. .. ... ..11:30a.m 2:00p.m 0p.m 4
Lv Lanark.. .... ...... 11:45a.m 2:20p.m *t 43pm 4 45a m
Iv Sopeoopp.. .. ..... ..12:16p.m 3: 5: 1a.a
Ar Tallahassee...... ...., 5:00p.m 8:35p.m f 20a.n
Lv Jack'ville,(S. A. L. Ry.).. 9:05a.m 4:00p.m ........ ........
A 'Psllanassel.(S A.L.Ry.).. 3:10p.m 0:OO0p.m ........ ........
Lv Tallahassee........... 2:25p.ns 6:3,a.n S:4Sp T o 35a.m
Lv Bainbridge .... ...... 8:27a.m Ar10:2 pm :8 7a.m
Ar Arlington .. .......... 7:25p.m 10- 16a.m ........ 10: 16a.m
Lv Cuthbert,(C. of Ga.Ry.) .. 8:43p.m 11:5.a.m ........ Ar11: 3a
Lv Maconi. (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 4:15a.m 4:35p.m ........ 4:3&a.m
Ar Atlanta. (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 7:35a.m 7:5,p.m ...... 7 5:a.m

NOTICE::-Traine Nos. 5 and 6 will depart f om, and arrive at, foot
of Shotwell Street, Brainbridge.
Tickets for Train 5, leaving Bainbridge Sundays at 6:20 a. m. will be
cn sale at the offiee of the Callahan Grocery Company.
*Train No. 6 will stop 35 minutes at Lanark for breakfast.
General Manager. Tav. Pae. *Agt. Gen'l Pasa. Agt.
TallahMaee Fla.

Otce. Bromnaham building, a
to Pensaeola Business Colli ege,
Prompt attention always gvren
to buslnes. Pamsseola. Pla.
08 0 -

There will be a meeUa of this
body on the firaLt, and :bird l e4z.,u
days of each month at 7:30 p. m. AlY
delegates are requested to be pre%
eat. z. W. HOIRTa.
W. L. DELAY, Preident.
Pensacola Lodge No. S. K. of r
meets every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at talr Caese Ha l, lomat
Watson building. oorner Palafot and
Garden streets VlaltUa g retm e
diAlly welcome t.
J. H. BamfwfirON, 0 .
E. HORSLEkI. ol l. L& .

RathbemeLaom 140
80 IL of V., =-ftorery
Ti ruday eveming-a'I
o'AIoc# I In hr a
~~ ha'.L thurd sow, flloawk
Wstsnu bufldtag south
4w.t corust Niafartand

-bone-industry ooutribute to home cordialywe ied-
n FOR SALE-Beautiful block In New MI lan o s ibor and ustry contribute mtoe" oe dtamlty tu
' City. Tract No. 312. For cash $600. itabor and leve y1r m ey la ywo l
Apply to A. 14. McMillan, Court Houas cty.- J tL of B. 4 X Q
O E lt laugh AS A PREVENTIVE try Lewis' D- __ ... AI.
t Malarial and Chill- CQre. It curs Knights of C-s.
)FOR SA1lE-Kill the germs of fever- to stay cured. It is a good tonic, a LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. 1 the
oraer a barrel of slack lime to-day, good liver regulator. You need it a Us Of Colutbus
Phone 367. 4augl this time of the year. On sale at a Notice o Aplication for Permit to a their all.
FOR ..... r e- - druggists, or at Lewis & Co., east t Sell Liquors, ines and Beer. Where- t, e
FOR SALE.My residence on East Government stret.1Sl L. quos, VWe a Be W r
Hill. either including wholn East Go government st~ck 13et. Price, 0plm.I as. D. W. Nimnis and W. W. Nims, part- Mo y enigag t
f twenty lots 4 37 ners trading and doing business under 2:S0 o'el9ek. An i
Starter block of five lots. Apply t' REGULAR MAIL LIN&Z-Good convey. the firm name of D. W. Nims & Son, VtitatlUn eta
my odice, Thiesen Buitding for furtA ance for traveling public. Daily ser. have filed with the Board of County to visiting fthgmt3.
r particulars. C W. Hagermavie each way. From Chipley to Bay-. Commissioners for Escambla county, JOIK M JONWm .
24augli gera. head. Address J. M. Tggle, Chlplev. y. Florida, their application for permit EDM. FOX o rea Klghnigt
r1a. 4mo i to sell liquors, wines and beer In recorder.
S TO T N election District 12, of said county
O ToTUameras oaded n allad fl REATEiL 8 TAT and state; any citizen of such elec- Pefims s LeO No 46. OL 0F.
ocmers loaded H ks rtOs y a bsL T In a ofn Cdy tion district may show cause, if anyI Pensacola edg' I 4, L 0. 0. .,
r a ebssi. south. yeS 5K WTIo bY iheureeddw Hrau there be, at the meeting of the biard'L mtee @V" Thu3ay t T,,
.rapba soutt ]- a yor hoase on ng time Py to be held on Tuesday, the 10th day at the ew ha L eGO
*r Was W.Mt D.Ha D. ale Wilon & of October next why such permit Itret Vi ia
FOR SALE.-Shingles and Wood fo.- TAILORING-B. L. Diamoad, Taor. should not be granted. A. oh. McM. I n v ited.n T l.j ION.
sale. Apply to C. L. Crelghton'j Gent's clothing cleaned, PresseMd and Ian, Clerk of the Board of County I L R T R. v--wo
Mill, just west of Muscogee wharf. epai on short ot N Commissioners, Escambia county, RSmEKAH ,8 1r&
till, just west of uscoee wharf. oenmet tPensaola. 11 Florida. Septl3oaw4w n 8 R.
FOR SALM-South ha'l block 211, 1deao -otice of Application for Permit to ers cests eOry. at
fronting 400 fet on 13th 0 tete, by AILMAKEIR. 811 Liquors, Wines and Beer. Where, -.t.g sisters oorwsiatok
137% et on Bay Vtow Park; alo J. H. PORTER, sallmaker. T71 South as W. L. Gilmore has fled with the p sent. MRS. S.r
e on 14th St., bof o 137 2 feetonting 400 p o street. Orders taken for Board of County Commissioners for MIS MASFA ..
,iew Park. The onlby p3 perty adjoin- B teat, aw i gs, camp stools and house Escamla county, Ilorida, his appli-. .. ^ -y
liewg Bay View Park tpatpety aowforn ca, et. Prim reasonable. SJn cation for permit to sell liquors, wines M. B. A. A No. $1 nef Mt
and beer in Eleetion District No. 13 third Wednesdai eveni tg T.:2 9
sale. The beautiful view down the of said county and state: any cltisen ., Raford Hall, No 1I WWO lnteu
bayou and down the bhay lan never be OR REO m of uch election district may show done tre. ,
obstructed. A. V. Club. 3y cause. any theft be, at the meeting 1 ra
'aR room cottage with of the bdard to be held on Tuesday, J- L ffWlNBY. le
eOR SAL e-Secoad-hand casahi bath and gas,1107 E.ACervantes. two the 10th day of October next why
Ito n la perfect Coadlteao Will l**'a fo ar line Apply, to H. W sh p 1 rmit should ot be granted S
essh oa or, time. A real bg l. Can Gibbs at Forbe store. 3eptmm* A. -. McMillan, Clerk of the Board Uve O to Pythias 14 il t lo w W
be seen at Jame McHu'gh'L. Umw G iobb, t orb s of County Commissioners, Escambia Wmeesin thin l t an
W GINSENG. Large prots FOR RENT.-Small farm 1 block cu*t- county, Florida. Septl3oaw4w verigas omdiali ri
Room in your garden. Roots for sale. side c lim on unBIDSFOR ORMS. P V O
Waite today for literature. Backrag- road, with six room house; wind mill. ,, ,MIA E. BROOK.. 00%
Write today for literature Back water pip inyardandall through Seled bids will be received by the
;ham's Ginaean Garden, Zanesvttle a oute. Ret- reanable Apply w. Board of tfety at the Clerk s osfe W. 0. W. C., Oak Greaw 4 .4
13aug3mos. .McClell, a FLraat Nationa until 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, Woodmen Circle meets last Thursday
October 4th, for tre winter uniforms of each mrnth at 3:20 9. _., Ird floor
FOR SALE.-Thoroughbred white ply- Peneco:l. 2 auglm of the Police !ad Fire Departments ofI Wltson building. "O thwest corner
mouth rock roosters, also some egpM FOR RBNT.r-fReite c% latly o. the City of Pensaeola,4amp!es of cloth Platfox and Gartlm stres. Visiting
fo- setting. Address Anna Carlit, caupied by DW. S. Hall, No. 111 W. to be aubm Aet4 with ,ids. The righ-: soAeigns cordially vited. MTr. W.
Sunny Bank Fruit and Poultry Parma LaRua street Apply to R. M. Cary. to reject any aat all bid is reserved. A. Smith, Clerk; MU 'L. OlseM,
Vary Esther, Fla. 2 IpOUtlW* 4 &Palafox streL 7Ja.. CHAA H.L BLAS, MaaryI. GuOt4lan. .

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OMIm onMe GAMvnS A. AMML fm neMrM|
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California and Northwe.U

Chicago, Omaha. St. Louis and Kansas
City is the

Union Pacific
and connections, with through sleeplag
One-way colonist rates on sale from
September 15th to October 31st. 19
To California, Orpegn, Washington.
Montana. Ltah, etc.
Special round trip rates to Calitor
Dna and the Lewis & -Clark Exposl-
tion at Portland, Oregon. until Sep-
tember 28th.
Ask for through rate from yow
station and secure literature. In-
formation freely given
General Agent,
13 Peachtree St.. Atlanta, Ga
G. W. ELLY, T. P A

P..saoda, St. Aindrews uil
Kf StemshMip C.
W. S BARtOW, Mater.
And all points on St. Andrews gg
Carrabelie and Apa--hicela.
Leave Pensacola Sunda,. 8:3@ *
*. for Mobile. Ala
Leave Pensacola, Tue)da 8:20
in., for St. Amdrews, Minille, Ap*
lachicola, Carrabelloe and infrhatedf
For additional intormatloa ap o J
Gen. Frt. and Pass. AFt
Pensaeole. la.

Sd. WRIT & co
Manufacturtrs of
and Dealers in




tha the man who owns his own home,
whether in the city or in the country,

You Can Own

Your Own Home

if you will only start right We have
started others; let us state you.

Pensacola Investment Coo
LM. M i aIM Cft amuagmet.
W.aL EInr, PrmMt& .L L ML secraMy.
j. SIMANAM, VA.- rm M a MWWL B, Tesurr.
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215 Sreth Palafex Street, Penseeela, Florida.

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SDV Br. as. Abel, Plmer, from Vera
CRIME ON RECORUW l ooks.Kit= C&AssCtoKW.KS.Keyser & Co.
| UUUIVOR linen i npobrly Uidndered. Cleared.
S E NDITY When U Br. as. "Helseyside." Bedlington, for;
SH END US YOUR Aberdeen, Scotland, with 1,445,000 snup-
betw Kilinn teen 7 and 8 o'clo p. I took DRES SHIRT erlcal feet timber. sawn; 636,000 sup-
|Knillinlg ofUl erc r Ie on theCa dorey from Mr. Amos Howell's it ig laundered properly. erfictal feet lumber; 1,658 cubic feet'
t Pr aDtheWay Sch oone 0" i escrmid wh.arfand went on board the sboc'n- No imerteet work Is hewn timber.
er Olympia. When the captain asad sent from ur plant. Br. as. "Sabe." Holliday, for Delfzzl, Fir
up Wb VUe R iim ,.,, ,, crew came on board at 11 p. m. 1 was Holland, with 1,752,000 superficial feet
O a ofIIurani IOU aslep. I came on .leck when he t The Star--Steam I "imber
I You can su.ev do the best i d I schooner was more or less two mile e Star Steam hewn.; 1,703 cubic feet timber,
by coming w er other s t'e Who D It. ron. the east end of the island, bav. Span. as. "Ida, Arano, Master, for
big(st int of ,Od stle to ing in my hands a Winchester rtI fL U nU ry. Uverpool, with 312,000 superficial feet
eiect from T nat I had bought from Albert War; lumber; 6.238 bb s. rosin; 3,273 square
ae IT %FORMS THE DARKEST STORY ren and a small revolver I had boagp I t E. Garden SL Phone 114. bales cotton; 660 round bales cotton;
on the coast. Varnvick was steeAg Penosacte, Fa. 122,875 pounds leaf tobacco: shuttle
StSO, YOM g B OF BRUTALITY IN THE ANNALS and, I shot him; he fell, saying, "Ol, blocks $300; cedar logs $2200.
!DGod. Bob; would you saoo,)t me?" Cap-i
a N--NaMe ats OF CRIME AND DETAILS ARE tain White Bush rushed in the cabin. VESSELS I PORT.
80 HORRIBLE AS TO BE AL- followed rim and shot him, ann
W l w a hshot Indoiana Rose. I then w, 3 A L d
We believe we have the MOST BEYOND BELIEF. in the holdand shot Nelson.I t TURPENTINE STILLSH. aom. so 35. HAos, London.
ordered Walter Rose to-hand me h;k R!pllngham- Br ss, Hewortb, 1649,
BEST SHIRT IN THE pistol ard go in the iao d and scuttle MC illan tiro TeereLe to iF. J. Schreyer.a Cr
....UNTRY ... .... ONE ,ohil.the vessel. I called the other en rtlCIVi i D Ui Br. ss. Lafoelia, Watson, Verra Cruz,
COUNTRY FOR ONE (Mobile Item.)eKeyser&Co.. 1913.
LAR.(Mobile Item.) aft. William Godfrey also came. I Menufac lUro Keyser & Co., 1913.
DLLAR.- Al-hough the terrible crime of RKo told him to go and Denton. He hips.
bert McPIelj, the Hondaras negro. went, but staved so loa, that I too MO.BILE, AIrABAMA. Kaiser Ger ship Martin 1180, Bre,
who killed eleven people aboard ue a lantern to go look for them. They en to Master.
schooner Olympia, has been told Inl were both gone. Elsia and Walte? -ar. 11% %
The t United States, the details of hi told me that they had jumped over- Dharwar, Swd. Bk., 1271. Olssen,
awful work and the statement of t"! board. Previous to that William had4 VY. J SS1i Antwerp, to Pitch Pine Lumber Co.
Ssai only survivor, Miss Eis Morgan, d 1; helped Nelson come on deck. but he Garibaldi. Ital bk,. Ageno, 1348,
1 i OT p n reach t his ounmrv niii vp..I<-v. moaned anI I shot him dead. Thea Gloucester to order.
JUr The statement and confession of M- got the dorcy over the side. Van- Naval Stores Mtkt. Nor. bk. E. J. Spicer, Capt. Patter-
aI_ to^K^^^ Mm Iid 1 Field was obtained by r. J J He- v':ck asked me to let him see his wife avannah, Ga., Oct 3.-The naval sen, LaGuayra, Keyser & Co., 1268.
itc- tomdon of tais Cliv and given to the Item and children before he died. I said I stores market closed to-day as fol- Kosmos, Nor bk, Isaksen, 1227:
S205207 S. Palafo for poibicatimn. Theb tory will be of would but he groaned and I had t-) ows: London.
S rineret0, to a' readers an. the remark- shoot him dtad. Thera was a little WW ........................5 65 Smeroe, Nor bk. Olsen, 941 Pors-ui
P ne 225. abl e nature f the crime and the es-' girl by me that was crying and I WG.. .. ................... 5 40 ground to A. Zelius.
cape of Mss Elsie Morgan will go picked her up and threw her over- N.. .. .. .. ...............4 95 Werner, Nor bk, Tonnerson, 840,
down in iboardr M .........................4 85 R otterdam.
d w asin history unparbeled watis oad .. .... ...
.___ Morgan was s(en at the wharf in! We then went down in the dore., K .... ................... 4 75 Barkentines.
Utilla Honduras. and to,1 her story to Walter, Elsie and the oaby Della an 'I........................4 70 . .. .. R s
ELL"h p"s"cian and the n-aster ,of ren ms elf. I sat in the ntcrn. Waltrttr H...... ...... ............4 67o ani B Rasm sn-,
NorwegianWilson. Sn war forward and the girls were s:t. G.. .. .. .. .. ...............4 65 raz
ML .r ** IeJ Wl ,n.S1 Is a remarkably bright youngg woman ting flat on the bottom. Day was F.. .. ....................4, 60 4hooeners.
1M lt o 3 9CM A-ba OcM1t, and will soon pay a visit to the states' breaking. We were ab'ecast of Pump- ;.. .. .. ....................4 30 Doris, Am sch, Wilkie, 310 Havana
Stateent of Mis Isie Morgan. kin Hill. I intended to land them and D.... ..... ...... ............3 95 Eima, Br sch, Henebery. 299 H'a-
-. On June 34 ;h at 11 p. n. the schoon- go to the westward. Avid so when C.. .. .. ................. 3 80 vansa.
I-,--cA A^AAy (AGe e- Olympnna left this harbor for Rus- Walter asked me if I was going to Spirits Turpentine 67 cents. Hjalmar, Am sch, Axc'son, 55. Key
-* & mllfoIr .r: I.I tan. The passengers wero Mr. Wa'ter harm them, I told him that I would West to Gulf Transit Co.
-l -- Rose, his wife and bab-y; Annie Con,- not, but later on when we were about ...... Geo. May, Davls, -livere, 554.
V. J. VIDAL, Manager. nor, Adella kodden (grls about 15 in ten fathoms of water and Walter COTTON '
n I years old). and myself. was close to me aft, I short him in the It's folly to suffer from that horrible 11
s We were about two miles from th back of the head, and Della as her The following cotton quotations are, plague of the night, itching piles.,
I*^ -aW FnCyV a my C r lea. east end of the island, when I hear back was turned to me she leaning, reported for The Journal olily by C. Doan's Ointment cures, quickly an, l H
a succession of shots being fired on against Elsi-. I then threw the Gunter Elmore, F. 0. B. cotton broker., permanently. At any drug store, 50
F=MfW llW& ml, decl and Vanvick. the mate say, "Bo, bodies overboard. The. I took thle Pensacols,-Fla.: cents.
fl-i' Now Of'. I didd not think you would shoot mp." baby from Elsie's arms. It was still -- i
P e ;an Bob replied. "1 thought you wer al've, and 1. threw it overboard. BPe-'Good Middling.... .. ... ..10% Low rates at Southern Hotel lor
Capt. Bush." Cat. B,'ih ran down fore leaving the vessel I had secured! Strict Middling... ........ 10 rooms and board.
Jut reoeived-Mackerel. Spare Rib, the cabin to get his rifl- but the T,- all the moniy I coulj lind on boarij Middling.. .. .. .. .. ........ 9% .
Rolled Boneless Cornel Beef, Cod gro had secured same Lt,,te we w n,,t aPl put in Vanvick's i;ocket. I show- Stfict Low Middling.... .. .. .. 91%O1rilliNk a TI- I
:Ish. New Raisins. H-rring in Keg, on board; in the meant :t(e he follow- ted E.'e that the revolver was empty, Stainsana'Tinges -4 to 1 cents lower UPE I NU U I lL THE
'DOied Herring. Black Olives, Soa ed him and slot him; nalo my sister and aiso the rifle, but as I drew an-
lymh Cod Fish, Hallibut, Bloaters. Mirs. Rose. Pie'lons to that. hearing olher revolver from my pocket s New York Quotations. A
Spanish Onions, Olives in Keg. D.l the noise I huriedly pic;-kil up 1n: jnimpd t)vrboard, and I fire at h-rI New York Oct 3-The following CLASSICAL" IU L CO
Pickles, Bhlaek Greek Olives,. Saucr baby and ran acrr;-s to the .nt:e twit,- wounding her whiie she wrs are the ruling cotton quotations today: :
Kraut, Souf Pickles. Francis Leggett room. After he, necro had shot Cap' w'vrin.ilng on her I)a:i'. I told htr : -Open Cluoe
& Co.s Cele'rated Brand of Canned Bush and Mrs. H) he vcn- on de-l, there a shark after her and sh ' 10 9. wS At a mneetin, of the advisory board'
oeeds, Axpara-us and Lobsters o II came oum of t:, ..ia'erom.i Ir i swvnm back to the dorcy. I gave her, Deember 10.4 10.17 o the Pen-tacala Cinssical Sciool held! i
Salmon, Shrimp. Ovstors. Clams. Im. few minutes he ri..trn- i and seeing a little blow on the head with the bnt' Tanuary.v .. ..-.. 10-5" 10'. Sept. 25. 107,. it was founi'advisablcto ,__ __
efted Sardines, l-allan Cheose. Ital. n, tryingg over mny s.Ar ,,t tli ha!t.- of n"v rifle, and she sink. I never' Bureau report 712 caused the de-' p0..tbp o the opening o0 tie corning i
Pla Paste. Spanish Canned Goods. ed to shoot me. H1, t~"1' 'fi me and saw her any more. cline. session until more favorable condi-I
White Beann. Red Bean-. Bu;tr went in search of three ( -ro sailor-: Then I landed in a liale cove just t ,;ons prevail. I .
's amUn. Everything ne,. and fresh, only one could be foun1. the others. I blow Jack Bight, and walked over to Liv pool .. H. CLAY ARMSTRONG, I
su pnse had jumped ov< ,.ard. Thwc "tho Rock. I left the Patakee on t.e .. a principal.
S -- -. retained onp sailor. N -on Bo)dden beach, took out the bag ,)f money and Liverpool ct. 3..-The following are
S(whnei. who had ,-n i iwonded in hia it. I took only the gold anl the ruling dton quotations today: T
St lyh' parl part of the T',olin%. w,- stained for home. This side of "Barn - pen, 5 PROPERTY SOLD Oc
gn Dro p o ,.ough on ehk and l..ot. He th n h I saw Mr. Charles Cooper co-N .. 53 51
S'41t the nezro sailor in search of th' ing nd heard somebody chopping and Nov.-Ja ...... ....... 5.57 s.5 mD I iXl t aX S
Soher and n- dtsapp!ared at the tine whistling. So i hid n..myelf. I got Dec.-Jan............ ..5.61 .5 I LO --
I e I r oI then. Bob ordered Walter R'o t. hlitni about 7 o'clock a;.d found Isse-1 -
,assist him in launchia the dory niina Carr in my. kitchen i. She asked ,_COUNTERFEITING THE GENUINE
ately done. We the:i ,- o into 'ha I said I was comnin rmni the Cays Hone" and Tar as a throat and lung
0 0T du n ry;: Waller Rose. A'i':a lodden, and had sho; an alligat',r on the wsv. rem-edy, and on ccbounta of the great TOR WHITING AT COURT
D IQI nllllDl my-elf and haby. Vanw I I who was wounded on deck aske- iv to me none 6f thcm were my ene- and Tar many i mtations are offered HOUSE M'ONDAY.
SBo;, to take him that he could seo mies. I had heard Ca.)tain White and for the gunuine. These worthless i a Am
his wife and children rforc hli di 1. Vanvick speak of the mniuey they car- Itati have similar sounding name".
in the bodv passes I" promised he .would, and led him rie1 with them. so I mad. up my mind eware ofthem. The genuine Foley's In accordance with advertisement
'0 tee side anld ahou nim and three" to get hold of it. Honey andTar is in a yellow pack. of the delinquent city tax list wnich
through the kid- hiim overboar:.-. As I was get:in into age. Ask for It and refuse any su- tpeared for four weeks in The Jour-
eys and S shiltereeJ : r w.h me. onl Bob grabe A CARD. coughs and ocIds. W. A. D'Alem'bcrte I last month, al ollscto J.a
r ed the ar aD her ovr- TLis is to certify that all druggists uggistMan apothercar', 121 South The property upon which taxes had LEWI
Sbar Hr r. v +, Piercing, cal- arc authorized to refund your money' not been paid was offered at public *a
o cer that these in' Oh M.: si pase save me: if Fo'ey's Honey and Tar falls to outcry anr what was not bid on wont
~a~islnc y ma o h, ciet's continued for a few minutes' cure your cough or cold. It stops the Notice to K. of P. Members*. to the city to satisfy the amounts for!,
oranS may per andi she dr, tiie; he then brought t couih, heals the lungs and prevents Members of Pensacola boaote, No. taxes, interest, penalties, etc. j-
formn their duties n)W, y on e1, k and !1h A same in -erious results from a cold. Cures la 3, K. P., are requested to meet at their The sale took place in front of the l2*
th< tdry. We thc:i left the vessel grippe cough and prevents pneumonia Castle Hall at 9 o'clock this morning court house at noon, and was conduct ..
properly, care wbic was about to .i:nk and head d and consumption. Contains no opi to attend tir funeral of their late ed by Auctioneer F. M. Wi'liams ana V.
should bC f,' tn, isla'dl which A.:s about two ates. The genuine is in a yellow pack- brother, H. H. Boulter. Members of Tax Collector Whiting. There was 4 IU
should be taken m, off. W.:,n we came in abreast age. Refuse substitutes W. A. D'Al- Sister Lodges and visiting brethren but one bidder on the ground-W. E.
to keep them in ,f t' :. "ai Walier .sked the neio emberte. Druggist and apothecary, are invited to attend. The funeral Taylor, who made a small purchase.
it l:( was s. nzi to harm them and h< will be from Christ episcopal church The amount of the property has not
sound healthycon, n, but in a few minutes after he at 10:30 and the Interment at St.'et been figured out. but it will. In
s:bt V oell, W lttr 1 .,it the o0 .er John's cemetery, all probability, fall short of last year's
1tiOn0. If yOU are flt -. I shoot, yiu. On hear- J. A. KIRKPATRICK, V. C. amount, as the list of unpaid taxes wa,
uiffcrerfroraT kibd. in ; "< w Ird. clw-s mr eyes, and H HENRY HORJSLEIR, K. R. S. considerably smaller this rear than
ey trouble, try id Waater Rose and dlella Boddon. TO THE TRADE. -
I He then threw the ho lies overboard. n a o f
I I I I i .... n .n., h...a T.-' ,h h,- a On account of quarantine, we wil One of nature's remedies- cannot

I* i :n.-. ,v, e ie g clo ed"he~ h not undertake to establish a branch harm the weakest constitution; never
I ,* k t't bab fr.- v arms an^ W9 house in Pensacola until same is re- fails to cure summer complaints of
k 11 o*. r o '-,rharid ? screams ot evoked. We will make all oil and !young or old. Dr. Fowler's Extract of
|a.' wet' I .rri!,'. -lc h en in\ grain shipments from Mobile, Ala. Wild Strawberry.
-ttnne will go forward promptly. Send P,
SL e t)f It's easy to sell a suit to a us your orders for high grade oils.% 60l trwbr PI
i:t : w c Aa : I ke:, r;.:,t up again man that doesn't know what he PURE OIL CO.,
JBi1 I t ii: ' m 'li.iice n-ore f wants. It' the man that doe 14septlm. J. F. Davis, Agt TERSELY TOLD 2
rr:-'a:.,. hx' ix ret'+ "1 tr go nl :he know what he % ants and ctnBUSINESS LOCAL8
1,i Ir c1d n,! sa-d if I refused he never get it, that we're look BUSINESS LOCALS. ,
S+ui -ho: m11e. 1 aIam, refused and for. You Are Welcome Here.
'I, tn drew a se.oni r, volver from Come to Michigan and escape the 4 Wi'-
)i p >cket a:ii I grai,'.wt one end of Just Make VYellow Feverr. The Hotel Chester- ,-
K i a < We iTled A tl whieeld at New Baltimore, Mich., on An Hendrlx & tCarenter will furnish
tn '' ok:rpwhiz ehat I a t,'ajl woma-. Yourself at lHofa e. ehor Bay is open teummer and winter, estimates ou ulding and painting
I, w ,, ovrpoweri 'the bru:e. 1 Delightful boating and fishing. Rea- and give attention to work.
).'I ,. ver :,ard; h, ",,n fired at Take your tim,', go through sonable terms. 932 Strong. and 824 East IARa. *
S'h 1w;ce wi h L!is pi'!: I .wam a the stock, pick out what you C. A. MARONTETTE, Prop. streets.
S:,, ff an. he rale: to me. say- think you like best, study it
Sa sark is after so I" s T wan well. If you can't decide to- McKinzle Oerting & Co., wholesale
he dory pre:: n ', shan day. ome back o-morrow or d retail ship chander and grocers,
ano you will never e'n y i a shar. When I --'t whenever it suits ,ou. the only flrst-class h sa of the kind
r rt itit 11 ,nu ig l ~iuck ,i :-wie, w'ih If you find goods that suits in Pensacola. Fair ^co to aLL.
lt of whs rifle: \t daze.l for you we'll tell you the price and lr the benefit of our Warrington -----
i,' whi : when eai:e to I lf make it as low as we can. Ia Navy Yard patrons, Mr. John Why use inferior paper, when you
a k him 1, to 15 an' s off look:rg If you're suited, buy; if you're tlRace will solicit and dellever any can buy Kelso Bond, FPench Dimity,
1 a, ak seo w I was d.a i. I pretend-, not, orders given him during the quarantine Kara Linen, or Crane's Bond at C. V.
For Sale by N 1 h!e thi-lkit, I was do., d _.tor Thompwon's. 34 S. Palafox.
annah r c.; a ,hore. -war, the sheri Mo Harm B N L. THE JOHN WHriTEr STORR
H anna hwros. (I r aalo)t ",,o a%- nr. on. h.amlf or thre- Low rates at Southern Hotel for
nu e: from were '.: .rute left W0 E-'very man's whims receive TO THE PUBLIC. rooms and board.
.a' a landed bare-feet, na-.ess and par- the utmost business courtesy 'We will not be responsible for any
clo*'hed. wandered ;.round in th here. debts contracted by any one in qur NICE FRESH MOBILE OYSTERS
s* amnp five davs and tights. I was employ a. manager or otherwise of ON THI HALF SHELL AT NICK
oh red very much at nights by crabs ny Eof our markOt. APOSTE- RESTAURANT EVERY
ravk:ing or me. I rem'ained in then o. or MOaRksN &ABRST.
I,. it. the fve days without food and DAY.
i .n^ water from crab holes twice. 1406 M
TA,. sixth mor.'ng I met a man and HMembL'e o cmbia
!h. routht w'e ho me.-~ li WVI A. Loge, No. 15, F. & A. M.,
P-one297 will be no communlestionVILLE C., COOL, HEAL Y, EX
FR A N CEConfes on of Robert McField. Phne 297 o the until further LL T
FRA NCES w aiabhur,!a in TS! a Saturday. order of .ALA
l S. a' 1230 p 19:5: W. VANCE' HALL ALEXANDER, N. C.
&A Nn EAs tKwOn Friday. the 3-thi day of Jun:,i W. G. D Aq, Zeept.

he Union Central Life I


lower death rate, lower expense rato.e d hltgher
I "~a than any company. doing busies in Florida.
sM be esy tor you to decide the ret.

8. 8& Williams, General Agent. I

i,~m'rnaMmuh1mnem1cwt~rn%. w~tI~I %tlIN

on Works and Supply Co.
Manufacturers and Repairers of
Prompt attention glven to all orders, day or night. Agents
for Jam- McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dogj, also
Chains of all descriptions.
Offti Pheon 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgn.
Reiedence P*one 1029. P. 0. Box 123.


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t will pay y tb Investgate our prices before Wbying yeo
brdware, Sash, Doors, Blinds or Lumb
We also aluke Palints, Oils, Brick, Lime and Cement.
We can save you money on everything.


sunders Mill Company

Office, 29 East Garden Street, Phone 717.
Factory. North Palafox Street. Phone 1130.


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onsumrW Ioe and PFuelI Company.
P'- OrnrT C AesE and Tarrnlona. Phon 259.




Ibis tIM efd the year fMer a a gret deal eofJarI and chils and fev3r.
Asa puMttive prvesttive try
So4ld at ll drug stores or at
S 8 CO., Whdoute Dgg Eas Government Street
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ir on0e Life Will Be a Continouos I

found ot Pleasure

if you hae a Gas Range in the kitchen. Just
reflect on the comfort of working in a cool,
comfortable kitchen. You'll like to


East Garden Street

Phone 148,


0o Headache

No Backache!

as Iong as you drink



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he Pitifl Outcome

- of aing the home sold under a mortgage
my be avoided by a small annual invest-
ment in a policy -i .The Equitable. Let to
tell you how.

, tKno w la Bros, Gen"I Ag'
r, Life., PcnsaeiiT.

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