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

by The Associated Press

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Stady Prirns lo Sping on Diamond Shoals. Fmr of tAy

OuwIt a HAM ILT O N 1IvI y Associated Preoss. feet of water and Is apparently in
SNorfolk, Oct. 4.-The Italian steam- good condition. Aid ha been ent to
H AM ANLVTO N l er Cittadi Palermo, from -Norfolk. to save the vessel.
I T A LI AN QUAInRTE .h i io 1oL1o.R e th, Thomas B. Shal, Tf REPORTYY
1_ 1im r nrnni 5l n r~l*'w ^VWNew Orleans, with a valuable cargo Baltimore, is aground o Old Point
*OR~ n I P LI I I of Italian work of art, marbles and Comfort, having struck last night.
food delicacies stranded on Diamond The vessel '1s reported in a danger-
ARE LOST CHASE OFFICIALS Shoals, one ile from Cape Hatteras. o position and I flling rapidly. Sho Usual I
IIrCUgia Oon during the thick weather last Light. Another unknown schooner is re-
SThe crew of thirty mer -landed to- ported ashore in Hampton Roads. Thae
Sday. The bchip is lying in thirteen name has not been ascertained. Ss u
M t sVat &Sn of Slayer of the Cuodi FamIly Has PubtBuiling in CincinnatiCom-
Sm Not Yet Locat d petely Wrce By Un usual FEDERAL AUTHORITIES AY BE DR J. S ERR N ARRESTED
MW f.yTeiHas Ems"pe. A V O. SKEO TO LEAVE P OR.
By Associated Pro. By Associated Pres, AND GO TO WORK "#OUTSIDE U SEE TtAT P
STARTLING REVELATIONS MADE Edna. Tex.. Oct. 4.-Rangers have Cincinnati, Oct. 4.-A terrMic explo- DISTRICTS WHERE .i5d R HAS TION8 ARE TAK
REGARDING USE OF COMPANY'S now taken the field In an effort to ston of gas under the floor of the coun- SPREAD. ER CASE'
MONEY AND SINGULAR DISAP- catch Monk Gibson, the slayer t ty commissioners' office at the court PEACE TREATY He is shared With afesing to
Condkitt family. Many persons have house this afternoon killed George
PEARANCE OF. CANCELLED, come in. abandoning the search. Zeimmerman, chief clerk of the corni By A- oit PASSEeS COUNCIL Allow O of I by.
C441ECKS WHICH HAD BEEN PAID While there is little likelihood of missioners, and Russel Black, assist ........ -CO-N. IL I A
any attack upon the soldiers some ant clerk. The explosion was occa.- I. Following is t
OUT mY LOBBYIST OF INSURl people here are doing considerable signed by escaping gas coming i on- New Orlean, OcL 4.- Foy Aoc a Pr of the yl
tact with a lighted match in the hands ) lowing Is the official reu rt to B Sy Associated Pr* m ion up to last
ANCE POOL. talking about the soldiers and are ap- of the superintendent of the county ] 6 p. m: # Tokio, Oct. 4.-The Japanese-Rus- INSPECTOR WAS ACTING UNDER New cases ....
parently trying to cause friction. building, Patrick Walsh. Two others New cases today, 22; total to f" sian peace treaty passed the privy & Total cases to
A request was made today that were seriously injures', the office teing % date, 3,094. council today. INSTRUCTION FROM THE CITY I i)eaths yesterd.
Sheriff Egg permit certain citizens arId completely wrecked. Deaths today, 4; total to ALT OFFICR PIRPONTotal deaths to
By Associated Press. date, 404. NO NEW CASES AND NO HEALTH OFFICER PIE ONT- Cases disehargo
Ne York. Oct. 4-Somewhat of newspaper en to ake a search New foci, 6. OEATHS FROM CHOLERA CASE WILL BE TRIED BEFORE f Case, under tr
entation was caused in the late hours the jail to see if the negro was there. W ILL CARRY TH Cases under treatment, 194. .
of today's session of the legislative The sheriff answered that this coud Cases discharged, 'b00. By Associated Press. JUDGE LANEY THIS MORNING. l**** co ittee t stigatng the mtho not e pertted and at the neg' Berlin, ct. 4-The oci buetin
nf life intsrame compares. when N. was not there. Some believe he ne PRES IDENT HOME issued tqday announced that there The fever report
r. Tower. of Albany. w-as called gro has make good his escape.dtd
e staowernd of and disclayim ans cno Situation Look Good. were no now cases of bolera and no A warrant was issued yesterday af- ten new cases and
Sand dilai any knodeaths from that disebe from noon ternoon, for the arrest of Dr J. cases are:
edie of the whereabouts of the ca- DOCTOR COMING CRUISER PENNSYLVANIA HAS New Orleans, Oct. 4.-Tbe report cf yesterday to noon toaay. Herron, wh resides at 51 North Pal Th N
celled checks of Judge Andrew Hamil- D C MI new cases lor the day was 1ain mnd- The New
ton. of Albuny. Mr. Tohner testified BEEN SELECTED FOR TRIP rate anld though there ~ a slight Pltt A t Hsggin fox street, on a charge of refusing to Miss Tenie Beck,.
that the chec4 has disappeared from increaseOof deaths there was no ac- Platt Aguist higgins. allow
Sth drawer in Mr. Ha on's desk.TO P NSACOLAFRM NEW ORLEAN TO tual check to te gre the New York. Oct. 4.-Unites States allow a anitaryinspector tmake .DeVllers.
That John R. Hegemn,. president.NORFOLK. federal authorities ae making in Senator Platt, who ai rived from nspction of hi house. J. S. Reese, 701 N
f the Metropolitan Life InsuraTnce NORFOLK. stamping out the d Iae, The situa- Washlngto.-today, said tonight, "I am The warrant was executed by Cap- H. C. White, 2.2
a 1, borrowed $0,0 0.00 form ASSISTANT TO DR. GUITERA IS l tion Is even better tha it .appersn against Goyernor Higgins for another tain FondebNlla, on a charge madi by Mrs. P d Herma
S te Nrew Yet IAfe at I per cent TAMPA ON rom the offlclal r to e tWe rm under any ciromastances. Sanitary Inspector Sanches, wo D. H. Amount, 2
Stre Hte Yad below the matt OW I TAMA O HI WAY y A cad Press. ct that oases idd h claims to have been prey ted by Dr. Mrs H No
+, + sm n at a the insurance ina- J.L Washington, Oct. 4.-The armour-,t I that. I -luil .ii. *. I .Herroa, totm etertr blc h or* fo- No_-
e stiae lSS t- wWek t t. gy J.oh wf Jibd oJr bn eld lfthre you_ .i"!1 .f;td.at Orand Isle the purpo/ ol akS tl agSh;,Clia peter,, (
S A. McCall. of the New York Life. tec- tatively selected to convey President could be no dotibt aboUt their Aatfue. Mitd lenteref 3stoa where there irp ectiPs. e mid to have made avenue.
t ed that he in turn had borrowed ioosevelt from New Orleans to Nor. The result ot all that Br. White and has been a considerable spread of a number of attempts to enter te Maeie Bloney
i$7.0.00 trom the Metropolitan at Tampa. Oct. 4.-Dr. N. J. Ponce de, folk on his southern trip. From Nor. his assistants have atolfnplished does fever. plac-, but was emphtically dene a
the same rate. This was in Janunry Leon. who is Dr. Gulteras's assitai. folk the president will be conveyed not appear in the dally statistics and by the doctor, who objected to th in- Dhasel
1903. The ioan was renewed in 19PM1 as medical officer of Cuba. is here to, to Washington on the Mayflower. the death in the emergency hospital MISSISSIPPI HEALTH OFFICER spection. The sanitary Inpectors nel Harris (o
and ran tili March. 19-5, when the investigate the fever situation in todar~4 the first in several days. WiJES THAT HE HAS FEVER have been making a house to house ramona.
rate of interest was increased to 2 per Florida. He will remain here a few Taylor County's Census. Thar the Italian quarter, thli orig!n- --- canvass for some time st and near Lloyd Reed (colo
cent at which rate it is still runnin:i days and then proceed ,o Pensaco'a Perry, Oct. 4.-Hon. T. Z. Paulkner, al source of Infection, is considered Jackson, Miss., Oct. 4 -The fever ly every building in Pensacola a oa.
Mr McCall testified tihai he was i in all probability. He expresses the census enumerator for Taylor county, practically clear was made plain to- summary foi Mississippi today is as been inspected, this being done for the
-, director in the Metropolitan Lite. bu; greatest confdence In the energet'e has completed his work and finds that day when Dr. White '~oilshed the follows: Vicksburg, 5 new cases; purpose of seeing that all premises Only One
not a stockholder. efforts of the health authorities of the in the last flye years property has separate headquarters established la Natchez, 3 new cases; Port Gioson 1 are kept it sanitary condition and :o Te only oeath y
State to prevent yellow fever from trebled in value. Parming has more that district new case; Scranton, no iew cases, all effect a prompt report of all cases of hnry Wright,
AMILTON GOT OVER spreading in the State, tnd is like than ,o btled. Everyone seems to be It Is probable now that the situs- original cases discharged: Hamburg, sickness. y Wrght,
ONE-THIRD OF MONEY other prominent physicians, a Arm be- ia a prosperous condition. tion In New Orleans has improvPe so onre new cose, one death. Dr. T. K. The inspectors are required to re- eites at 210 E. Ro
liver in the theory that the fever can, The oldest resident is Mrs. Vapp, distinctly an appeal wi'; be made byi Magee state health office In charge port the condition of every place v1 whos demise was
New York. Oct 4.-Tonn A McCal'1 only be transmitted by the stegomyta. who is 93 years of age and s!ems to the Jefferson Parish authorities to the at Hamburg telegraphs that be ho- ited each day. to the city ,health ofrnal yesterday mi
S se of t.he New York Life. ws- te in a fair way to reach the hundred Marine Hospital Service to take lives he will be stricken with the cer. The la allows of no dcrimlna estery
witness before the lev'lstive inve(- COFpl pEAEP mark charge of the infected districts along fever. tion, and the inspector claims tht The slight increase
itgating committee today. MeC. ,, O- UFU VL I.l there has been no discrimination and ces is offset by
-.cribed in detail the system usei n n t that every place is reported on. one death occurred
{Bcaking reports to state luscrance d,_ COnREC_ -,_ Dr. Herron, however, retesed to make' ha report (
unamentrs and exlatinel the mort.al- !ilL I recognize the authority of the officer compared to 9cme
it tables uaed by the New York Lij.j and could not be persuaded to yteld. a oare to
Durtng the examination he declared' He will appear before Judge Laney the past fet ,dalys.
that three quarters of the bills on ir' THE HAGUE OPFICIAL CIRCLES this morning to answer to the charge a number of suspicion
m-rance legislation introduced in va- THINK IT of interferrmg with an officer in the part of the city, bu
riou- state leoislatures were black- DO NST T T discharge of his duty. dianosed and many
ima gil HELD BEFORE 1907. The inspector swore out the war.
MeCall said. thbe insurance enOrapa'-i rant under instructions orn C(ty ing found some othe
Iee' srplus wa, earned by a less mo-- Health Oflcer J. H. Pierpont, who Assistant Csty P
I tality than that whih -as. assume y Assoc.. pated Pren!i~ will probably appear at the trial this visited 43 places 5
probable and also by securins bet.' morngtsome places made tB
' iat-rest on the investm1nu. than th' The Hague. Oct. 4.---Official circles While the Inspectors are said to its Some of the p
counted upon in the actuaries tab.'- express doubt as to whether arrange- have met with opposition in some
He testified that his pnieany h'l ments can be completed early enough N 3 ,. !t, cases from 'ersons who were not ea" lore than one pJi
paid for legal servic.=s from Jur' for the second peace conference to tirely in sympathy with provisions ofthenumber there
1,'I to the first of Sep'emher of th:- be held in 1906 and do not expect it -. J- which the city has been trying to car- two or three who
year. $1.300.00*.0 Of "his $477.00" to assemble before 1907. h yl ry into effect for the eradication ot patients, the others s
90. was ,aid to Ardrew Hamilton. the yellow fever, thls !s the frst I- oi other sickness.
RIT I 11TII4 SEAME RODAM i ...... .... ,r ... ,,.,+ h,..

will no dotbt tract a great deal cf to improve and thel
Imudon. Oct 4.-LlUo vxts have rec-iv-! attention in the recorder's court., two serious cas~s um
et a telegram from the captain of th, ,tnt n the'present time. O
sh steamer Roddat o which eF-cat C,
d eW v damaged from St. Pierrm OWNERS OF PROPERTY .CANNOT .- EeARtLY MORNING Shule s
W o oa nd o f M a r tin iq u e a t th e tim e F l. p e ele d t h atAt h reA Ti
Pierre was destroyed by th( outbr.a: ALLOW STAGNANT WATER o sc ns c
of Mount Pele, in May. 1902. an- TO REMAIN pN THEIR some of their patie
mtnced that the vessel i ashNore andO s f t a.ti
abandoned in the Yenisei river. eas': PREMISES. cb 6 L carge' today. Dr.
, beria. About 1:15 this morning an alarm night that he would
The Roddam was at anchor off St. A ,- was sent in to the police station from her of patients today
Pierre with edd ws teen other vessel box No. 13, which s at the Merchant's failure to rep
wVhe the outbreak of Montt Pele oc- The name of J. M. Coc was am'or.g Hotel cornor. ly and in some Ins
Cerrtd. She was almost orrwhelme, those who appeared on the police The department resDolded quickly. ase han a
S y batnlg lava and 17 of her crew docket ye-terday morning. The and found a denze smoke in White'. disease thn anthi
were killed but Captain Freeman. her charge against Mr. Coe was for fail- Restaurant and it was thought that A doctor stated y
commander at that time. althourb hor- ing to compy with the law which pro- the entire kitchen w es. Be- ca'f s yof the
ribl% burn-d. managed to keep on the ide tha n stagnant water shall e fore water connection could be made. d wou ea
6i1dge of the steamer and with the pIrmitted to remain anywhere in the however, J. Geo. White, the proprietor Ificanycy oe hfat
s Atstance of the third engineer and a city. who had been notified, appeared n if any, cases havu
fireman who were injured succ.ea'ed The case against Mr. Coe originated the scene and went in to see wt : where pryoer fu ig
in taking the Roddam Tg St Lucia in a from the bad condkion o, the vacant the trouble was. It proved to be This physician beli
badly damaged condition bringing th, I lot next to the Cathlic Knight5 hall nothing more than smoke coming front een for the good w
Brat news of the great disaster to that where the ground was broken several the over. in the bakery. ition gang. the total
place. months ago. when there was some / The kindling had been piled in the
-- talk of busting nw opera house or -1 oven, ready to be ignited earlv in ,el (Continued o
Stha lot. After k was decidednot to morning and the damper had beei
build the new opera house. *the corn- turned off was c oma. T
aBAS B ALL. in which Mr. oe was a part- o a s
rer, filled in the ground which and of coure t
been dug for the purpose of laying the draft being shut off the smoke, to-
foundation; but there are left maLy stead of going up the fle. came not
uneven pla-es, causing the water to stedo o into the building
r Oy A Pres remain there, thereby making the ----- In a very short time there were a -
S..-- the owners liable under the law. number of persons preat, some of By AsMocoti
American Leaue. Recorder Laney imposed a tee on them having risen frtl their bed. -
'Washington S. Chicago 4. Mr. Coe of $25.00 and cots. but sew tbecahse the alarm came from box No. Yale 27, Wesltmn
Philadelthia 4. St. 1ouis L tence was suspended on a promise of b I13, whieh ev oue kws i oated Unlversity Pen l
Boston 9. Cleveland 1. Mr. Coe, in behalf of tae Peasaccla in the heart of the city. burg .
National Leagu Amusement Co.., to bave the lot m There was no damage done, except Harvard 16. Bowdo
Pittsburg 0, B oMo question filled tn M once. FAR.Mm SA.M-TH F T IS ON THAT PUMPKIN OOD AND PLNTI possibly from the smoke Columbia 31, Stet

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nearly all




City Containing
Kind Will Be


limber of Nm
ly One Death.


he official sum- *
low fever-situa- *
............ 10
date........185 f
ay ........ 1 I
date...... 32 -
d yesterday. 72 %
eatment.... 81 *

yest-era'y shows
one death. The

w Cases.
corner IRua and
4 Palafox.
&I <'*h-*A.
n, Goulding.
15 N. 9th Ave.
Little Bayou.
colored 110 7th
(colored, 267 I
lored). 112 S. Tar-
red), 112 S. Tarra-

eaterday was that
colored, who re"
nana street, and
reported in The
e in the number of
he fact that omly
SetreIrday. TUB
comprtrvely Mtd
^orthe reports of
There are quite
>us cases In every
t these are bsing
* of them are he-
r kind of fever.
bysician Polllk
yesterday and i
rree and tor vie-
laces visltai had
ftt in them. Out
were parbaps only
are yellow tevur
showing symptoms
t e lif it~,J t5

re are only Fm-t
ider treatment at
ne of thefi le* S.
government atam,
negro. It Is qW
11 be a number t
Jay, as a nuM,
eed yestelll-
its would be
Porter stated 1O1
discharge a n% -
at the bspital.
ort cases prom*,
ances. not at a&,
rds spreading the
ig else.
yesterday that a
cases already r,
ily show ta
ion, as very ftr.
been reported
stion was dabt
es that had it mat
>rk of the fumlgaI
cases would hmv
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me mo motntest cam eenld be pee
ase it play r watek th that whk ft
new 1wog merger WIllam O Ger-
panm and i brether-a-law, Prince Adolph
ae tIdmmebg-LUppe. e the em band
ad Coat Laspld ImUppe-eIaterMt,
akied bo the people U c -DUSl em

nte ~t INelved la largely toriaical
Isa fti a terseataL O'mut [eopeod
U hrImt a wife the Prteom Marte of
ag eiasmty e"ogh ha d foar ts gie t-
a met-r that ea eedigly charmaag
Sw Moede yea Umrith, 1wI,
wht e m n.o wft Ath very -lest
in meC *f et I.larals, Hsew and
vaso er. nto .r brde. Alime sae-

tn ot et eSobem which lr t lseed

mg~Is e a Ismm tIh fat, at e StM Aient
eo ey a e aes oabn e a o dee thseo

M Metfts sa ete,0 ra@ a theesa

-ht aptty MM| ~ppee b
af tte pto Mt. Dmlr saed eas atb a-

med 4o t II &Maet hiam asso at
.0s. in .0 lmtte. e ewerIsi as

Pmi te Ad&tIph aes te beobiEer nie

W* ende lee4Ito w roce oC remi pr-
B00 m otoeselettlew toepa tte it is

het had wager teether Pate WAlpelars
-ems beemat. b rsaen WalIater mtd

plpeMmet to tdgnt. be Iupeiiedg
go the f ppe-Detmeld pirielpita, uad
smte berr4t uby I-eM WIolSom his
bt of a petwGrim ale IM ppe-

ef. Pe tat dol las wweeand ainfl aw

etaCot E* Cout r0~atI whoesed In
gaher A feent no Theafttatteed ion

t te mphre wtM the ftame g Albert

ot maeo Vt t a teead. ht to edsa the
:isse Adolph6 I, s t.0 bmmd of the

at the reel lIine est the E-pprnBetste
lmt' re eth thn beee a hi eneIU
Prte t"lphas t PrinDeW iSmtarto.
tAO tt died o nlewiDtoMthefact
shote ener bat aoPrime wasMt.
amw &s, =be aas 1si IM, M 4L gncy

t May.PIriatepped Wadte e ad
in lite and watselaoted asI fttpr'w

Sthe ddtald. pi ie opalftand

sat rees Adespligs serlfeiy

=Wilbift recent death.'

e aomer, however, wase Count Bast's
pesnal claim establhbed thba the eoutro-
Vep entered eaa fresh pass. The rival
line of Schauaburg-Llppe and Uppe-
WeIetmi d challenged tbe claim of his
de dats to sareed.o e the ground that
bin wtfe ithke his ancestea already re-
fted t, was merely of the petite o.-
The eranimeut of Lppe-Demotio wtth
Se De as c t set. ttled this questi a
o.r aa It was oevasmed. by preomalating
lawoiIvng "acceeniow to Coamt Leopold.
C ist oest's elmdet I. There we as
appeal by the rtal Ite to the tPdSral
oacil of the Emptre, and speealation
was rife I Germany as to whether this
body wud Or would UKt. declare Itlf
e0mm-t to deal wtb the ass. lan Jane-
My. 189IS. It did so in a guided legf.
meat. whtch aIrm*ed that thMre was tbhe
e adequate iecessIty for actually setUtag
e accewmon. while M that Itt ver-
diet was without prejudice to any fttwe
decik-on on the validlIty athe t IUpe
letmold law.

L s- err WI arO. Slater Wants
Thtz Throae.
he Prneem Vfktores who in quite a
farming woman, witt a marked faly
msemblance to the Eaperor htmeetf, is
decidedly ambitous.. abe it dipoed to
take as a personal affront the tact tbat.
wtle the ssater of the Emperor himself.
be to not a eonsort of a regontag monarch
in a land were so-ervigs, coeuts, princes
and dukes are as thick as gooseberrite and
whe an eprese traIa to a day's rua eo:d
really pass through 15 or 20 separate and
distcet states of the 6rst eclas.
Prima Adoiphbu wbein a deantant
of a younger sovere-ira than the Une rep-
ieeU t bd y CM Count rst. was, i

r mlmmmm

i) ., -- -- -

p~a~jgtl~t~e~K~ap/ jrL~ ~~L~R~L~Cb~~D U

IMS, advocated by the Emperor as Prince
Regeot of Uppe-Detmold to succeed
Prince Waldemar, who had held the
throne of Uppe-Detmold for over 30
years. but while the Emperor is all-pow-
erful In certain matters, uch as ceatIol-
Ing the army and navy of his empire the
countless little kingdoms which together
make up the modern empire of the Bo.
bentsole-ns have certain rights granted
to them under the Relcbsbund or com-
pact which binds all thee states to-
gether. The most Important of tbese in
that the Emperor hall not lnterfere In
matters conceraf the Internal ruUng of
theme little kngd*ms. To Americans at
is easy enough to explain that the whole
matter Is simply another case of states
right tas opposed to federal titrfereoc.
The story *f ust bow tbe Emperor at-
tempted to slide his sister's husband Into
a tempty throoe at Lippe.
D'tmold. tbe capital town of the little
kingdoua throws a roma ft light aWer

the Intriguing and. seceming which doml-
nates and very extensively corrupts the
Imperial circles tof Germany. Count Ernst,
the eldest son of Count Leopold, had
barely sigbed his last breath In the pal-
ace of Detmold before the Emperor had
sent Count Lppe-Weseenmfeld to Detmold
for the purpose of persuading the coun-
cll, which Is the repreventatlve body In
the Uttle kingdom, to pass by Count Leo-
pold. and Dominate In his stead Prince
Adlphua Any number ot wires were
pulled. The mperer's emissary had a
stchel full of jeweled crosses and an un-
limited supply of decoration by which to
engage the affectloa of the Detmold
CounciL la other words, the Emperor
attempted at cooe.e create a lobby Ia
this little leglsiative body and he hoped,
to me straight EoglIb, by buying up
these council members to railroad his
throeles brotmerI4a-w Adolph= of
Schaumburg-Lippe Into tbe tenantless
throAe la the co y Uitte palace of Det-

How &th E; -reror Played and Loest
the Throne.
Unfortunately for the Emperor's
schemes In Prince Adolphus' behalf, tUs
People of LIppe-Detmold are very pros-
perous elf-ascrting and a strongly Inde-
pendent set of burghers, and they did not
like Prince a do.-jus personally; there-
fore, they rebuffed the attempt of the
Emperor. As a matter of fact. however.
Count Leopold and his wife, the Princes
Marie, were exceedingly popular with the
average cidthen of Detmold. Young, good-
lookIng and good-natured, they had been
living for nine yearn In the midst of these
people and all the time with am eye on
the posaiblilty of an empty throne that
might be kept In thr branch of the
Count Leopold, who wears a Vandyke
beard parted in the center and a Srace-
tful mustache, for years made blamself ue-
ftul by makt1ang speeebs to the good cit-

In fact, while It is also a personal
triumph for these two that the will of
the War Lord of Germany was thwarted
and his favorite sister Is still without a
throne to pose upon. the real triumph Is
due to the sturdy bnrghers of Detmold.
yho for a.x days and nights surrounded
the council chamber, made long and
stupid speeches in the streets, built bon.
fires and talked about building barricades
until the Emperor's agent was compelled
to repack Into his valley his golden crosses
and diamond-studded deeoratlons and
slipped across the Llppe-Detmold fron-
tier. some elht miles away.

How the bottom Vell Out.
With the departure of Count Wetmen-
feld the bottom fell out of the Emperor's
plot to seat Adolphus on the throne. The
council, no longer bewildered by the blase
of jeweled presents from the Emperor,
yielded to the popular chlmor for Count
Leopold and declared him elected to sue.-,
ceed tia father. Count Erast. Thus twice
Inside of a decade Emperor William had
*attempted to force the sovereign oa this
little princl;alty. and twtee the Em-
peror's candidate baa been forced to keep
his coronation robes in camphor and care-
fully pack away his unwora crown t the
spare room nla the palace at Poudam.
But the affair at Detmold and thib
question of none but medlatied deseend.
ants having the right to reign, while ad
danced by the Emperor for b ia own per.
DoWa reasons In this ae, has mow
threatened to prove a boomerang coming
straight towada so les a persoage thaa

If the fact that Count von Uppe-Bels-
terfeld's progenitors belonged only to the
petite noblesse deprives him of the right to
rule, the soa of the present German Em-
peror Is In the sam position, for the
grandfather of the Kalserin. Duke Chris-tw
tlan August. married the Countess Loble-
DanenkjoWldBaamoe, a member of only a
petite oblesse. Thlas, of course, affects
the right of succession of the German
Crowna inc. o well Is this understood
tha e Badrath, at a recent meeting.
strongly opposed Empero William's poel-
tion, asaerting that the people of Lippe
bad a right to be frd to regard to the
Bavarsia ie e peeally tanloes regarding
the outcome oV tbe LUppe eoStroversy.
The qoestiom of semles of Prinace Lud-
wig, the son of tbe preI t regent. Prince
Lailtpold, may eoone s come up, owing to the
gaent's advaaeed a@& It l also said that
the "moa-ual bWth" eg Count von Lippe-
tietereld -emie the hsaeM of laze-Meln-
it for Coaut Lseopold a sister Adelbhelde
married Pift es rNedriba of ae- Man-

The ba y o reigWnftIn which would
be the seaseat toeech by iy further at-
tempt en tbe part the Imperor to drive
Consent Leopold M h 0iskingdom would
be that whIch w rs is a aze-Mlain-
s Modeem was ,ts great-grea-
graudaer o tM eUldred m of Prince
Priedrch, btir Iwemptie of Saxe-
Metmlams. who Mrried Adeielde. Count
Leopot's atoer. rItlefte's elder brother.
bderbar who bI e -s *oa. mrred the
amperor'as ster, ConloUtL. Aa three of
the Ae ers II mariedl members of


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To be a beggar in India i to ba a
member of an officially roon g a p-
fession, for In a volumI of statte-
relating to the ladia EmUite tre
u1a-IU4 to 1902-1M0 tt as stated tbht ip
number of nonreMl0g=6 s g1f g is
2,4=3,11. of whom LIl4 are maie
Another curious Item I nbt hin m-re-
volume, which reduces the s amtry. Kts
people, its trades and eWvrything en-
nected with it to ablmesag ages, ai
that la M5 aN,100 atiM~mas wer s a.
tenced to be whipped. Over 2kl per
sons are annually Miled by wWad ~.
males and snakes, the arger porton be
tug the vicUtims of the m ek,4 whf t
be exact, were 23ML

One-third of the I mesaeery or the
construcoton of th a Anow J. CuMBRm
Memorial Librar, to ihou e the books
donat-d to tbe Matimat hbome of tbe
International Typegrapbles Union. at
Colorado spriag, CCOL, by the widow de
former Congrea a Cummlngs iW
been eced by tbe prtntre of tUe
United tates, The total vwae of *l
property held b the pritr bhi a-
Coloraido wt mow amounts to -W


German royal families. and as the Crown
Prince is to take a German bride, some of
the newspapers suggest that the empire Is
being cemented by the HobeniollertIlalg
of the ruling houses of other states.
The German newspapers, for the most
part, despite their dread of the Emperor's
might and the danger of being shut up
over night for insulting his Imperial Maj-
esty, have guyed William strongly and
made much fun over the Lippe-Dletmold
controversy, heading their d!spatebee as
though from a war zone: but at Detmold
public meetings gravely discus. what In
called the assault on the constitutoteal
rigbts of the principality, and announces
determination not to let the Prusslas
King or Bundearath Impair their sover-
eign rights.
Will the Helehefrit AAemble?
The appeal to tie Relchgericht. If madl
by Prince Adolphus. while spectacular and
romantic, going back as It don tate the
kingly rights of the famIlies which bave
ruled Europe for ve or six bhadred yefar
Is not a hopeful proposition from as Im-
perial standpoint.
In the drst place, this imperial eert
of justice is composed entirely of petty
kings and prince, each of whom is per-
sona.Iy eterually on the outlook to keep
the Emperor from treading on Uim awe
royal toes. So that an attempt on the
part of the Emperor to Jnstle one of thi-r
own number will receive scant support.
King George of assony, who pree
over this court of German kings i 18US.
has,. to the relief of his subjects. depert
this life. Who would take his plae in
case the elechgericht was resembled by
the Emperor was problematical. Lepeld
of Bavaria would fill the bill with dmgft.
as he and the Emperor avoid ea-h etht
as much as possible, but be wouldM w
suit the Herllin end of the contrvevn.
However. It In to be hoped that te
world in general will not be debarred free
reading about the romantic and artists.
critical functions of this confedoeray .
kings. sad it they are aally galled t-
gether the moving lecture m @ a S 'M
American tourist abroad might be s*a
pected to flock by the thousands to ie
, seat of their deliberations.

Japan's Work In


Much attention is at present directed
In the Far East to the Korean probltek
The question may be said to bav es-
cupled a place in the minds of Jaipase
statesmen and of Japanese pubtlebttO
during the past 20 years. but. as I offte
the case. It was recently dragged tate.
sudden promlnene by a ftortuitouai sil.
Korea Is In the happy poltlem of be-
Ing an exception to tbhe ecoait" law
that population presses upon the ntaft
of sustenance. There is no other praee
sure In the peninsular empire. Hnmdreda
of thousands of acres of land lie tmow.
which, without much difficulty, mi.gt b
made bread-producing. The contrast b
tween Korea and Japan in that respea
forcibly Illustrate the effects of thef
different administrative system&. In te
one country Industry flinda every l6.
couragement. in the other Teary 4eS-
Certainly. even In Japn the moore
and forests held by the tate o br thet
throne will one day be a hei usrae
valuable asset than they are now. bet
so far as land accessible to private a-
terprise is concerned agriculture hbs ap.
propriated every spot within reaat. Is
Korea. on the contrary, thern haa bees
during the past two decades a steady
decline in the already restricted teood
stuff producing area. a d while the
Japanese are constantly ooafroated by
the danger of not being *ble to arew
rice enough for their daily need, they
witness within their neighbor's bounds.
rules the tantalizing spectacle of iaew
tracts of land capable et e ulUtveas
neglected and falling Into still greater

Curious Facts About






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You s i wlir e gul aM eean tin

bed*ft atoo'clockandOUR Ar1g M5 ,A a 5eMne Curi uian Is
*er o..ntn -k *n*e i 'q i h ~fabh a | a-deilatei a of t
p u.. ** *** me p^umI ., b
ooutusiness. Cos. _____I00

tli upon, h e i t uemras .ee -eror e n w h hed
bs qui -ree Timkep Js e =taa PE te a e
m e h i Ion that the fg,. -ater 41. ,t@s0A.1141. W1eueeld, 8& C., Oct 4.--Dr. Thomas
many was 4oP 3Y.d to as Patterson, treasurer of Bigedeld coun-
A Mco om r-iit should beT o r S 0M *R ty. was suspended by the governor this
beson iso f instancesman the state
appo-inte toi wbe. t o heuB a^ ,_ ___. __ *' and i conye with om ledg
M hmd 111M ab er of istancPs w Ahe 4 a e f. walveatdhMlW. afternoon for alleged defaleatin of the
beiwas not beh at he i- t' -M-- o y t oe nero ot mney out o5W. To $51
w &mquired to keep. a jgow i "*aice --bo r oks had been ame. td by an
headquarters, retir s Omber MgsiW Uku1g& W toSWUiMt expert and the suspeaftB ist the re-
of feMt of waterI the ppS T, sit of this r"mifationi. Dr. Patter-

d ,cuone" la .fte...be ie pg rka.i. 9.* DUV4L SnEHrrE 0O
that six addtions ire l btme *
as ertaie needed. T pt and Is connected with some leadn g
The conext quesoie w Mh m eal r h B en "mad.
pointed at a rwis otlgg ftOhe i3 qgWyo USMa yM* ....

C. & >ImIgnet, O AirmPrir dieassion wu a omgpletra WtrTea PHARMACYe
purpose e of e pp- c, Pla GOVERNOR NAME theS RIVATE
cantsion for postros it~ e- ar edp&- ag. NisOg t sme L*. VAL

mert were required to W teee of SCRETARY M. A. BR-N FOR
& bu2.00 tDo a phctioan for a pUyM cal

FaminatiWn, and tt in the emet 11 W.h PQITOW.
480g ilM failed to pass the meesmary =0:att1a0F* W
tion, the expenditure or$W ElH I S
nothing. The Board ho thtO tMa HkGE, he JacksmoBU Tamefiafon says:

te.WHA. uen y
sbe no additional charge tor *d an _ _y. bo he Mitorma- S., are.
TF1k .FLY TOLD No n aio wa takes a the 'w" toortlat Mr.M.A.Brownpriva see-W.
matter. r sebft ytfrt bvernor, hatdbeen nam- 7
Bids were thea ope mfoed f r -DV fl1 l for 9er10rotDuTai anty, tosuc-
ad Wam*l Edubm t.teW INDY VALLEY 4eed heio ual o unty DR. VON ESDORf AT
bele thecirer ont; w el b W|Jonsn .,bs Jeceed the late W. Bk lackett.
u s "W t A We d. and EL 0. A0Mu D T TI w The Information wai no surprise, g3Ey wAMP
- h elAuP. T -"Want LA were discussed at length, and the r coming ais It dt afte r the article in ULI LHIUI CAMvr
ar i tis et 1o samples of eloth enti1 t1w e 0- the TImes-Unlo of yesterday morning,
ter. e Gick lmore,1 wme Is. a On amined closely, and the oontraot for special to The Journl.
U M ith the Galf Transit 0~ paY. uniforms was anally aWarded to Wm. Windy Valley, Oct. 4.-The weather Which stated that Mr. Brown had been MARINE HOSPITAL SURGEON
ka i rfty r Lobla4u Ky.. Johnson & Son. the bid bd $13.5S has been clear for the past two day. promised the place. Nevertheless, it E MARINE HOSPITAL RGEON
awhiSe be Jo atus tRy. per suit including cap.e shut out the come a re disappointment to the GOES THERE O LOOK ATER
Sm W n n o b@ Juge The bids for police un m was ar shut ot from the county, friends of the Governor in Duval coun-
W but e m.t wi Ju two next taken up and fdr a time it lookeQ but are enjoying ourselves. t>, who thought that the appointment WELFARE OF OCCUPANTS.
faeBM 1-t eas t at wo ch o( very much a if there would be so s& A crowd of picnloers were having a would go to one who had earned it
_____o tion taken at all. The bidder were J time *own at Sandy wimiams through political loyalty to the Gover-
0 A nve t Wa. Johnson & Jonoor more than Mr. Brown. Dr. Von Esdort, diagnostic!an it'
gm o 5yM. Wellandand W. J. & B. ,Forbe 4 e avV m on this side of the lonesome There was one element in politic~ in the Marine HosDltal Service, who ar-
a be a regular general contract, after a great deal of iecawa-mp unday. Dural, however, who accepted, the ap- rived ip Pensacola Tuesday night,
avib thMe Co aordla Club tonight son, was awarded to 0. Asnt ftr Msses Annie and Honsenas Peterson ointment *ith a great deal of p leas- eft for the detention camp yesterday
at I d Ak. AM members me r e t- $19.50. including ghed t, tthi beitg the agd MUis illian Harris were visitors ure. It was the elemeatuLhich had where he will be statiodb d while the
V4 10 Uttr, as MattersC P1 f lowest bki" been instrumental in giving the office camp is beltg used by the public. He
Su ss. up for dicuss o The quest w ,ed ft ala Monday. th the late W. Bloxham Pi ettL They will keep a close watch to see tiat
mliv W te. the m wo de er the sampe ftuboed tyILy 0. ", ,., Mrs. nest Dean have mov- appreciate the tact that Mr. Brown will vo fever breaks out at Lhe camp,
son was as goe as those furanished by ed fth oq r little neighborhood. be a caltidate to succeed himself at and to see that it does not spread
_r the other firms, but as ame of the A 1 08 of young people surprised the next primaries, and they are also should it break 'ut there. Dr. Esdo,1
In the d ty. He hd members of the Srd arm espectsis n iss Kate Mayne Monday night- aware of the advantages this gives will also lend What assistance in Pen-
I he rt c to the matter, this peb&SPioU d4t gdss d i were enioyed by them They caim: that Brown saoola is in his power. He was
S e r t o ae the tracked. & ose-- "re: Msse will be ithe mwt m to 4est, and accompanied by Dr. e
The bid of Mr. AMon. aM hough be- Kate sd La ar Ma1Y, Axoie HOW- tHIs is the an why they are satis- De Land, Fie., who has been in Pen-
l e ttor print the follow- ing the lowest, as whole, m e the sesnd Ba h Ptero, llian fled with the appolatment. sacola for the past ten days making
ga: "'lbhe eilow who is tcoa tng a price for the helmet greater tthe Harris, Millie ad Mittle Morton, Mar- Mr. Bown has been ienttifed with a study of yellow fever iere. Dr. Mac-
t5as awwried lady had better leave pric6 named in the other bids, aW it garet and Clarm Hunter, ierobla politics in this county for a number of Dermald will remain al the camp a
Sasthe s on to him." was o this point that the Board cam Thompson, Hannah Chestnut; Messrs. years. He has run in a primary for few days and then will go back to
The hsl not been out very lo to a hitch Willie MaMre, Joe Merlin, Jack Sao- registration oZcer, and won by a good De Land.
before evewy man had left town M- Marshal Schad, on behalf of the fay, Thomas, Ben and ligrald Pete&- vote. He held that office for a term The Doctor In Jacksonville.
Sth ee old criples ad a man who policemen, registered a stresnu kick, so. fnest and Frank Harris, Cleve and gave eminent satisfaction to the The Jacksonville Times-Union yes-
Si mot re the paper. on the ground taat It was not atr to Roach. Benane Howe, Jack Benson, element in'politics with which he has terday says: Among the distinguish-
SJ. R thecitylaborersmake the men pay such a price for Robert sad Thomas Mayne, Dannie an been associated. ed visitors at the WinDabr Hotel, who
SJ. itteay, bye of the t laborers, th helmets. Mr. Mcsughey. however. Charile Mabire, Ralph Johnson, John The other candidates for the office paid their bills and left the city yes-
wil batte by ea nake yiterdyy, took the view that the bid as a whole angd Alex Chestnut, Mrs. Mayne. 1ho were seen yesterday were disap- terday was Dr. R. H. Von 9sdorf, who
hfte aret k cle i s a oi orte man *fas the cheapest and that the other Rtefrehments were daintily served -ointed as a matter of coarse. Mr. has been appointed by the Surgeon
d pa Onlyre m. le City physician bids were taken as a whole, and was by two pretty little waitresses in Price, the applicant who ha', the in. General of the United States to look
hahd a ol c* s hmate b waa ery pana r. which was finally done. Misses Mellie and Mittle Morton, friends of the Governor, stated that secola. Dr. Von Elsdort will have
see hM, as the'bite was very piul Bids for shoeing horses for the de- Margaret and Clara Hunter, Berchie he did not care to discuss the matter, charge ef Camp Murray, where the
sad. apartment were opened and read, and Thompson, were visitors up to the but that he desired to state that the refugees from Pensacola are to spend
Warre Christie, little two-year- the contract was awarded to The City Camp IPleasure Sunday evening. Governor had not considered the qua!. their quarantine period. He will visit
.1 soa of John Christle. died yeter- Carriage Worn, at 95c per head. There will be singing at Miss Bertha ity of gratitude in making the appoint- the city anD, will call upon Dr. Porter.
cay afternoon from an attack of eute:- After some discussion on the ques- Miltord's. the organist of Windy Val. meant. W ile here Dr. Von Esdorf called
tis. The child had been eiek about tion of the contract for furnis hin md" ley, every Sunday night at 8 o'clock. It is generally understood here that upon several of the physicians of Jack-
three we ks and although every human icine for the city, it was decided to ad- Mr. Brown will name Mr. lL. Wlliams soville and stated at the hotel that hea
aent was made to save the little life. vertlse for bids. Sidney Kahn Is the 3 3T as dhis chief deputy. Mr. Wllams ha was agreeably surprised at the comn-
U a way The fut sk ices pa-seent contrdetor, he lotrast 35J M ofRce, and is one of the bet men who "You are not scared here a bit," said
Soa the residence at 323 Kat he rate of .pe th KE S SHIPPED O T '1for t e It ,s the doctor to of p mle
Semana street. The remains will be Marshall Schad reported that the KEGS S [ O also understood that Mr. James Vin- physicians of Jacksonville. "The fact
btied in St. Michael's cemetery, new system of feeding the prisoners zant will be one of the deputies. 19 you are more calm than p-ople in
SR was working out very satisfactorily Georgia, who have been having a grea(
Mobe Register: An unusual fea The feed w as bork better and theKre was FIFTEEN CAR LOADS HAVE GONE How to Cure Cor andSunions. deal trouble with each other about
a p ormed in the elegraph room T fe- w etter an tere w FIFTEENFirst, soak the corn or bunion in yellow fever. I am glad to see this,
Mr.t Th Mobile Rs. Winter lasome night by Im nasmuchas a cutof$1.tI7 per pay-day OUT OF PENSACOLA IN THE warm water to soften it; then pare it for it ini'icates a confidence in Dr.
oMr. oma 8. Wineterl Some a e a had been made on the police o ers down as closely as possible without Porter, whom I regard one of the most
ao Mr. Winter tell from a horse and for uniforms, the Boarn decided to d es PAST TWO WEEKS. drawing blood and apply Chamberlain's successful as well as one of the notr
t it a n ie At e duct the sum of $1.25from e re Pain Balm twice daily, rubbing vigor, determined warriors against the
weara lt in a sling since. At the rn's check every, pay day This will ously for rite minutes at each appll- plague."
tMe aaMec tedt rh wire ioe apply to the uniform acooant. The The fact is gathered f,'om the note cation. A corn plaster should be worn Dr. Von Esdorf left yesterday morn-
flegster ofe. Vicating the office fiemens uniforms are not s expen- book of one of the c'ty sanitary 5n- a few days to protect It from the ing for Pensacola, where he is to re-
lt gtto see the force in the ele- sive as those of the policemen and this specters that exactly 3,.52 empty beer shoe. As a general liiment for main for some time. He will confer
tes -r .. .. ....------. t.. is why the deduction from salaries in kegs were shipped out of Pensacola sprains, bruises,' lameness and rheu- with Dr. Porter as soon as he arrives.

ae of the Asociated Press wires on the two departments are not similar. since the advent of the fever here. ebylngams unequaled. Fr
me of the Associated Press wires on sale by all dugglets.
a Rentogton typewriter for 10 minutes The budget as accepted by the oun- is makes a total of fifteen car-HIF HA
witho making a miss or a slip. He oil was discussed and it was a6ecided loads of empty kegs shipped back to CHIEFWIoR oM
a the Ien inger for he capital to have the raise in salaris In the fire the various breweries by local dealers He.ast Will Not Runo rMayor. MONTHLY
ase" the 1111k the more remark. department go into e1ject from Otto- ini single month. The beer, of New YorkH Oct. 4.delngressmad REP
able whenIticosideedhat(becovcept a nomination for Mayor by taee b
able when it is considered that the ler 1. The increase in each salary is course, was sold by 'be various sR-e no r
press matter comes in code and is the $V.00. except the chief, who was al- loons in the city,and covered possi Municipal Ownership League. by o
_test telegraphing known, and that as much as two months suplybut
et telegraphing known, an d that -- -ever. then, the figures are startling t4 THE SEPTEMBER RECORDS SHOW
speedy operator; are compelled to use NOTICED IT say the least. It Is alivostimpossibleI
oth handonthe typewriterto keep NOTIC T say the least. It lostimpoble THAT IT WAS A VERY DULL
up with the wire A Young Lady From Nw Jersey Putto Lgure out the number of glae of G o d W orkW
Her Wilt to Work. beer this represents, but it goes way MONTH IN POLICE CIR-
Get Dme Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla ..Coffee gave me terrible spells of up ito big figure to gather up acts CLEs.
Mtructs today and give your Qesserts indigestionlIf it was possible to gather up facts CLEo.
attracts t oday and give your Iesserts indigestion which, coming on every as to the number of empty beer hot- Dne Dily In Pensacola-Many Citi-
the tax s "blue Ribbon Flavor." eek or so. made my life wretched un- tlIe shipped out of the city, no doubt ans Tell of It. Marshal chad's report for the
Dancing Sc hool. ,til some one told me that the coffee 1 the figures would be startling also, month of September chha-ws that f 63
Dancing School. drank was to blame. That seemed but the sanitary men are not In a po- Nearly every reader has heard of month of September shwd that 3
Miss Loui,. Dooley's dancing class' nonsensee but I noticed these attacks sition to know anything about the Doan's Kidney Pills. Their good work arrests have been made durin that
will beet tonight at C K of A. Hall. ;:sed to come on shortly after eating empty bottles. in Pensacola still continues, and our month, of which therc wer se 110,
Good music and a good time is asur- and were accc -panled by such excru- The are required, however, to have citizens are constantly adding en- whe, and 25 colored. Of these
f t so all. icating pains in 'be pit of the stomach the empty kegs shipped cut as readily dorsement by public testimony. No 357 were citizens and ssx were for-
itlat I could only n.,d relief by loosen- as possible, because these kegs are better proof of merit can be had than eigners. n
SIX ARRESTED CHARGED ing my clothing and 'Tyig down. great harboring places for mosquitoes, the expeeme at friends and neigh. ut of thend guil total y. 5 w ere d 263were
WITH GAMBLING **If circumstances made it impossiblee And In some cases thea are allowed tmra. Read this case: found guilty. 25 were diearged and
for me to lie down I spent %ours in to stand out in the rain and sun, and Mrs. F. B. Albert, living at 803 East nine were sent to the criminal court.
Aboat 1 o'clock this morning six n-, great misery. mosquitoes sometimes breed in the Belmnont street, says: "My mother The revenue from fines ahsessed
gro aen and women were locked up "I refused to really believe it was barrels also. has ued several boxes of Dean's Kid- amounted to $1,224.50, out of which
in the city jail on a cah.-ge of engag- hbe coffee until finally I thought a trial Pensacola people are a thirsty set ney Pills which she procured at Bid- $915.50 was collected. The receipts
ing ts a game of chance for monev. iould at least do no harm, so I quit evidently. aey Kahn's drug store, No. 9 South from pound fees amoun-ed to $40 3a.
The crowdl was in t'e houre o! coffee in 1901 aM' began on Postum. Palatmo street. She values them very The fines worked out y the board of
LAweila Ankum, which is located ini My troubles left entirely and convinced highly. She has suffered severely public works amounted to $382.50.
the western portion of twe city, play- me of the cause. lowed $20.00 per month for the care oa her kidneys and back for years. The report shows a 4eznrvease in the
ing cards when the pia,- was raid-d, Postum brought my discomforts and feed of his horse. Doan's Kidney Pills have relieved her number of arrests against the month
by oicerr LMon and s:mmons. rhe nor did indigestion follow its use. 1 The budget does not provide any of the backache and made her kid- of August, but this was to be expee-
participants were Lvu:.a Anku-a. have had no return of the trouble since change in the present police depar- aeya strong and better In every way ed owing to the presence of yericw
Chas. Ditier. Jas. Porte,- Annie John- I began to drink Postum. It has built ment. The men an', salaries are to tbaa they have been In many yers.'" fever here all last month.
aio, Carrie Pleasants and Sarah WHl- my health and given me a new Interest remain just as they have been. Al- For sale by all dealers. Price 50
liams. They will be tried this mor". in life. It certainly is a Joy to be well though the Board had made some re. cents. Foater-Milburn Co, Buffalo, TOO LATE FOR CLAT IFICATION.
tIng. gain." Name given by Postum Co., quests, they were passed over by the N. Y., sole agents for the United
Battle Creek, Mich. council on account of inv'palemt States. FOR RENT-Two 4 room cottages on B
LIo rates at Sothern Hotel for Read the little book, "The Road to funds. Remember the name-Doan's-and Church for rent Apply to Mrs. L
oSns ao d board. Wellville," in each pkg. The board adjourned. at o e other. Calmon. .3ocit.



Miss Wallice's



Raw YORK cm.T

NOW, and you don't have to wait around
weeks and months for results either. You
will me iprovus...- from tim y V rAM

. T Hair Takes on New Lie sand Grem
Fe Looner tun itWwUNus. I
Your Dsaderinc has made my hakr ow
over tm e feet longer than it was wen I be-
Im its me.
It lmo over fi feet Ilq and keelp rtit
anroa.it seemato fairly crawl out of my
wcaI.w H tisloosy *ad uhee too.

can now be had at all Druggists in thee
izes, 2c., SOc. and $1.00 per boak.

ac ts we will send a large smi
FRE *free by retun iUl to anyoneM wbe
sends this 1 1- wat to Ow
Kanwle DeadertIe 0d, Cblsgn wths their
amme and address and ten cents is mer or stesmn
a pay postage.




Funeral services over the remains
of the late Dr. H. H. Boulter, who
died of yellow fever, were held yeso
terday morning at 10:30 o'clock at
Christ Church and his remains wero
laid to rest in St. John's cemetery in



(Continued from First ega)
alreeiy reached a thousand. Apropos
to the above opinion, which Is pretty
generally shared by the physicians
the following letter was addressed to
Dr. Porter yesterday by City Health
Officer Plerpont:
Make Fumigation General.

the presence of numerous friends and Pensacola, Fla., Oct. 4, 1905.
the presencends Joseph Y. (Porter, M. D.,
acquaintances. State Health Oflcer. City.
The services were Coducted by Dear Sir:-As there are doubtless
Rev. P. H. Whaley. The floral tr- nMany cases of yellow fever occurring
butes were many and bome of them in the city at this time. and are not
very beautiful, the collection of reoognfzed as such, I would request
that all premises, where any kind of
flowers was unusually large. fever is reported, be fumigate,' in the
usual manner under the direction of
funeral of F. G. DeBroux. Drs. Kennedy and YDAlemberte.
-Te"funeral services o! F'. G. De Yours truly,
Broux, who was a victim of yellow J. HARCS PItIPe NT,
feVer, occurred yesterday at 2:20 City Health ocer.
Dr. Porter believes th-e above sug-
at St. Micheal's church and were per- gestion to be a good one, and the re-
formed by Rev. Father fullerton, the quest will be complied with at once.
remains being interred in St. When this ruling goes into effect. it
Michael's cemetery. The attendance will take in that class of people who
large, demontratin that he had are working in direct opposition to
was large demonratnthatthe health offers, and will no doubt,
made a large number of friends here be the means of reaolcing the number
notwithstanding the fact that he had of new cases.
been in Pensacola only about one There is still a demand for nurses.
year. He leaves a wife and two chil- and the names anI t dressesof every
year. He leaves a we an wo c person who is competent to narse yel.
dren. low fever are wanted d immediately.
-. | Among the names of the new cses
Funeral of L. J. Gile. teday appears that of J. Simps
The funeral ft L. J. Gies who diea Reese, president of the People's Bnk.
The ea e D o ojHe has been ill for a number of days.
suddenly Tteay suddely of Aobut hi, condition is not serious.
plexy occurred yesterday afternoon at
4 o'clock in St. John's cemetery.. The
services were performed by Rev. Mr.
Rogers, of Gadsden Street Methodist
Thp funeral was largely attended.
Nearly all of his fellow-workmrn at
the railroad shops were in attendance ET THE BOOK
The floral tribute given by them was E K
very beautiful. Mr. Giles was hIgh1* OF PENSACOLA DRUGGISTS FREE.
esteemed by his numerous friends and -
fellow-workmen. all of whom had a
kind work for him. Ag9Uts W t
Mr. Giles was a brother of C. V'. .
Giles, who now resides in LouisviTle, fo Alabu5s F i8lsM h1
Ky., but who was at one time master Sais dy Fruita V5T -
mechanic a t the railroad'shops in'this,: f_ INer, gre t9
city. It was very much regretted that s soMeUsUwkS L 5mpb
he could not attend his brother's su m1 ora ma L
funeral, but such a thing was impos'i-
ble on account of the quarantine regu- O
lations now existing. 2111 WH St,

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get his now by being flred.-Tampa ecutive or administrative body lPke the pretty sure to go through the Houqz,,
Herald. Interstate Cooierce Commission. but its fate in the Senate is doubtf'il ;
S* "The shipper has ssif-itterest at "Hon. John Sharpe Williams, taej
What Defeated Bryan. stake: so have the railroad companies best Democrat leader of a generation,I
The "sale and sane" who gloried in! The Interstate Commerce Commissaon will again be put forward as the!
the defeat of Bryan each time, must as an impartial tribunal, should de- chief and spokesman of the minority'
be somewhat chagrinea' now that the' cide, not subject to Ju1dicial review He deserves to be kept at the head of
'dishonest methods used to defeat him Whether any effective rate legislation his party. There are some able menr
are becoming known. Bryan was right wfl! be put through at the coming sea- on the Democratic side, but nouc;
and only by the improper use of sion Is problematical. If the clique ic abler than Mr. William;.. There wer-e
money was he defeated.-Madison Re- the United States Senate that i- a few minor points of difference b-
corder. against changing the present status tween Democrats in 'ne last House,,
* should be r.ble to thwart the Presi- such as grow out of clashing opinions,'
Should Be Jailed. dent's plan, then we shall have no but they were not serious and did not'
Four of the indicted Chicago meat bill. I think the EsCh-Towisend bil' in the least reflect on the leadership,
packers have pleaded guilty of accept- -itself an inadequate measure--i. of Mr. Williams."

ing r,-bates from the transportation
companies, and have seen finedn $25,-
000.00. The question naturally arises.
What do a lot Of millionaires care for
a fine? and reminds us of the custom
of some Florida courts which assess'
i fines of $25.00 for running a blind
tiger. Violators of ,aw should be jail-
ed when the crime is one in which
large cash profits may be made as a
result thereof.-Bradentown Journal.
* *
I A Pathetic Story.
A truly pathetic story comes from
Omaha to the effect that five members


The Love of the

By President CHARLES W. ELIOT of Harvurd


of the city council have been sen- MONG the means of increasing innocent pleasurable sensa- w -
tenceu to serve thirty days in jail by SEQUENCE OF THE ABOVE FACTS
Sa cruel and heartless judge. These tions and emotions for multitudes of men and women 1. No nurse can be considered as trained in the manager
-T MfrON No. 3L men were enjoined by tol judge none is more potent than the cultivation of the sense of fever in the light of present, accepted, knowledge unless she r
- from entering a contract to light th, earnestly, and onscientiously, that the disease is transmitted s
PENSACOLA FLORIDA, THURSDAY MORNING. OCTOER 5, 1905 city, which contract was opposed by beauty. Beauty means a thing enjoyable. It must al- quitoes, and that it s her duty to prevent the admission of the
some mere beings w,se only duty ways be something which excites in human beings pleas- the sick room and to destroy them promptly if they should (n
Sin life is to pay the taxes. IThe therein.
-^-ik. .-M-t. ?* ^?'i- t- :Y ,-?,.' councilmen passed the ordinance con- arable sensations and emotions. Beauty is infinitely various, AND i 2 'That as the Iinseparable attendant at the bedside of the
tcapas the inseparable attendant at the bedside of t
WHERE IT IS Tp BE FOUND. # COMMENT BY THE right to, they being the salt of the IT IS OMNIPRESENT. It is accessible, therefore, to all men in must operate with t physician in t he discharge of his funct
"a* STATE PRESS. i- earth and entitled to do whatever they all places and in all moods, and its infinite value for pleasure and con- ly the moat ecient and important salntary agent in preveutinj
06 The Penracola Journal is on pleased, regardless of protests from of yellow fevm in Infected localities. Upon her intelligent apI
f- saie at the following places in I Q;*w. @4 ^ ordinary taxpayers. Then the judge tent only waits on the development of the capacity in human beings, he mode of transmission of this disease, her personal safety
Sthe city: --- butted into the game and sent them to to feel and to appreciate it. non-immune) and the protection of the family and the enUre
Bay Hotel. Uncle Grover in Trouble. jail. Shame.-Tampa Herad. the patient, especiallyy i these are not immune
f Coe's Book Store. Your 'rncle Grover Cleveland, not d* I depends.
DrotNesin totdepends.
S Depot Ne Sto finding trou!i,. oiough in trying to Broward's insurance Scheme. The best place to inculcate the love of the beautiful is the school- i 3. Every nure must bear n mind that the most malignant
S. hold own hlid of the Equitable, has Now who'll further oppose Brow- patient Is nocuous and absolutely, harmless to evn the mo
Mercat Hotel. busted into the women s suffrage ques- hard's state life insurance scheme? room. To the rising generation the most effective lessons can be given non-immune, if the proper precautions are taken to prevent tI
Thompson's Book toe tion again and brought down upon his; Wouln't it be better to keep all of and from the school millions of children will carry the lessons TO mosquitoes to the patient's person.
9' Wasond Ice Cream Parlor. devout-and perhaps bald-head the olir insurance money at home than to r 4. The greatest freedom of personal contact and intercours
e'- Wan i Ne C s m Pandor. ire of the women of the land. Uncle ship it to New York to be used against MILLIONS OF HOMES. After reading, spelling, writing and fore be permitted between the yellow fever sick and the well
S WlesdsNe Stand. Grover might learn. sooner or later, not our candidates in political campaigns?! cihering with small numbers and in simple operations, drawing room and provided the nnoculaton of mosquitoes, by bitin
to monkey with the buzz-saw.-Tampa Are we afraid of scandals in the man- wers an in simple operations, during the first three days of the disease, is absolutely prevent
_,r___F_______#* ____.M i Herald. agement of the concern? There could should be the most important common school subject. All children 1 5. The mission of a trained nurse is not satisfactorily acco
Hardly be any greater ones than now patient, suffering from ary kind of fever, in localities infected
The Pardoning Board exist re our people can houd learn ow lies straight and curved and lights and shades form fever, who is confided to her care, is allowed to be bitten by
People and papers who are upholr'- do as well and we hope deal more hon-! pictures and may be made to express symmetry and beauty. All chil- even if the fever is proven not to be yellow fever. Mosqulto bites
C all S a ing the Governor and the Pardoning estly with the policy holders than has and harmful even if not infective to the patient, and t must be
S a- l 5 Thml nBoard for their late action in the Coop- been done in the oth.r concerns.-Mad- dren should acquire by use of the pencil and brush power of observa- as an evidence of neglect, if he shows evidences of mostqato stt
er case, can learn something by going ison Recorder. tion and exactness in copying and should learn through their own 6h No nurse can consider herself a trained yellow fever nu
President McCall of the New York to Tallahassee and reading the evi- has made herself thoroughly familiar wih the weapons which
Life has addressed a letter to the vc-. ilnce which caused twelve good men W~ W # work what the elements of beauty are. It is monstrous that the com- experience have given her to effectively protect her non-infected
to 'onthioast o those persons who are dependent upon her knowledge and exerti
rious agents of that company in whic, to say on heir o that Cooper is mOn school should give much time to compound numbers, bank dis- rom the eed
guilty. Upon this same evidence, the -,- DEATH OF THE SIOUX, mon scho should gr much time to ropog umbersm bank di- from the infected.
he attempts to justify is shameless Pardoning Boar' has twice refused to RAIN-IN-THE-FACE. count and stenography and little time to drawing. It is monstrous that 7. The weapons of offense and defense that the nurse m
contributions from the rust funds of interfere In Cooper's behalf. Yet the school which prepares for college should give four or five handle n protecting her patients are d), to olate the P
the policy holders for political .r- therearenewspapers which in defend-- s- (Army ana- Navy Journal.) l e
poses during the past three presi- ing the Governor and the Board, talk x week for two years to Greek and no time at all to drawing. The main 1. The onettig of bars t have meshes fne enough to
as if they knew more about the case ## passage of i-quk.
dpntial campaigns, than the twele men who tried it, than object in every school should be not to provide the children with 2. Molquitoes can bite through mosquito nets when any'
McCall says they wee not "politi- the Supreme Court which affirmed the The celebrated Indian Chief Rain- means of earning a livelihood, but to show them how to live a happy patient's body is in contract with the netting.that there
cal" contributions. that they werelverdict. and 4 he officials who have, in-the-Face. who was one of tho leaders, r in ie i. reque. examinations should be made to see that there
made to protect' the ..olicy holders twice refused Cooper a commutation in the Custer massacre, died at the and worthy life, inspired by ideals which EXALT AND DIGNIFY laces in thenetting and that no mosquitoes have foun a o
in the company from e mpndi of sentence.-Punta Gorda Herald'. Standing Rock reservation, S. D., Sept., BOTHI LABOR AND LEISURE. To see beauty and to live it is to entering.
rio their o yires ythe s s M. rn C e Po* e. 12. He was sixty-two years old. He k 5. If mosquitoes are fond within the netting they should
ruin of their secure by the success Mr. Bryan's Charge Proven. was the last ofthe great Sioux chief possess large securities for such a life. side.not merely driven or shaken the ett the
of the Dmwocratic par:y, and chat atc Mr. Bryan declared that a syndi- who fought the Unite.: States troop.: In diffusing among the American population knowledge and ap- 6. All cases *o' fever should be promptly reported to th
acted for them-not for himself or for cate of insurance companies and other in the middle 'seventies. awaiting his arrival they should be covered with a mosquio bar.
any political par.v-wh.n he secretly fnanc!al concerns brought about his Rain-in-the-Face was a truel. r.lont preciation of the fine arts we shall also diffuse the artistic sentiment ticularly important in dealing wth mild fevers, especially Ia
sptnt their money in tue interest of deeat in 1896. Mr Bryan's dcciaration less, unforgiving Indian. Though in about labor. The artist is always working with mingled gladness and children in localities liable to infection with yellow fever. The
was scored by the Repulillcans at the!his later years hl wore the uniiorm of Ifests itself in such a mild form in infantile and early chlldhoc
candidates whom many of those po i time. The New York Life investiga-1 the Indian police, he never lost his. disappointment toward an ideal he never attains. It is his struggle to- likely to escape recognition. On account of the very tolldnes
cyThis braen opposed ton ha proven uth-S hat Mr. Bryan poke hatred hd even white man. Raininone of whom ward that ideal which makes his life a happy one. That is the spirit tom the usual precautons are not taken and the mosquitoes
This brazen aced champion of trut.-Sanord Chronicle. race had seven wives none of whom ppy spread the disease without molestation. The mild or unrecog
"honist moner" thi(r .s on to argue. * lived happily with him. His last wife in which all the work of the community should be done. Everybody for this reason, the most dangerous, from a sanitary point of v
Smonen o arg The Highwayman's Plea. was found in her tepec with her throat (B) Serg .
the he has the right. president President McCa'l sas when a man cu Fw doubt d that Rain-in-the- should be TRYING TO REALIZE PERFECTION in his art or open leading to the ck chamber
thenteAll openings leading to the sick chamber should be screen
the company. to -spadd the la;te: ir rnnin1- nho v ~ o r in Liitr race khad mureded h'er, but there was, trade or daily work. of hospitals, wire screens arb not usually available and proviso
money in any way he chooses so lorg tru.;-tees ,r' jus:ifi d in giving o their ino legal proof of his guilt. His power can be made of bobbtnet or cheese cloth, which can be tacked
as he thinks i1 to th'- companyy in- trust n- tat him: So a hh- as a laladtr lay in his splendid phy- TOWARD THAT IDEALIZATION OF DAILY LIFE THE LOVE OF secured to the openings of the sick room.
he s t p 'wa r mn pnde that he could roh .ique, indomi able spirit and menial THE BEAUTIFUL LEADS US, AND THE ROAD WHICH CONNECTS (C) Sulphur and Pyrethrum fop Fumigation.
teres to d so. he d th tain toll alertness. hitting ull had no or THE LOVE OF THE 'BEAUTIFUL WITH THE LOVE O THE GOOD Fumigate the room with sulphur or pyrethrm insectt powde
Tbere is one thing, however, ta;:on the' gris. of curs Presi,]ent Me.- kindred nature among his fightrs than E LOVE E BEAUTIFUL WITH THE LOVE OF THE OOD possibly ifected mosqutoes as early a possble after the fourth
neither McCall nor an of his defe- Cal' dotrin has had preachers since Rain-n-the-Fac. whose iliy for IS SHORT AN SMOOTH.pot is the urt way, and If ued l p
den-and the latter, we are happy tolthe days of Robin Ho,)d, an,' before trouble making in g'nhral, horse steal-' will not injure faWries or colors. Three pounds In an average r
That all prac iced ITwhobad T E TI- ing and Nmurder ma0N him famu cient if the room be closed; more accurately, two pounds of salp
y, are few as yet attempted t r wih, thinking a fens wa e- throughout h far Western Stas. H E TRAN SM ISSION OF cubic feet o ce s timed by itr author ad
explain. He has no explained w sar. Pi our rafters cannot he During the attack in whch General insect powder to 1,000 cubic feet will su e to stupify the mo
his contributions to the various cam- original.-T: Tnion Custer and all of his men fell on the r r, mosquitoes will fall to the floor and should be collected an4
paign funds for nearly ten years back * fiela of battle at the Little Big Horn, YELLO W FE VE I AN D hours' fumigation with sulphur is quite slulcient in ordinary
i *h Perkin the Sca Goat June 2 17;. Rain-in-the-Face led the fumes of solphur will not remain long. and household Ammaon
did no appear on the companies Perkinsthecape Goat. Jutack on ne sid and Crat Hore on TT about the room will diminish their unpleasantness.
books as campaii thas not attempted to explain why thewa touted so much when J. Pierpont apa Sioux, directing the attack. In free of odor by night, and it should be done preferably in dry wat
items describing the payment of these Morgan took him into his firm, is nw reply to a direct question by J. Lee conditinOrleans Parish Medical Society, held August 12 190er
heto bt madb o walk the plank, accord- Humfreville late captain, U. S. Cav At a meeting of the Orleans Parish Medical Society, held August 12, 1905, oepi b adtien s be patient pull parified of mosquitoes and
amounts were so concealed as to ing to stories emanating from Wall Rain-in-the-Face denied that he cut the Dr. Rudolph Matas addressed the Society on the "New duties and responsibill- occepio bothe patient od be rried
make it impossible fo. anyone out- street Mr. Perkins was one of the heart out of General Custer. He tola ties Imposed upon trained nurses, and other persons entrusted with the care fcted room as early. as possible after the fourth day.
side of himself to tel: f.om them wny star witness. in the insurance invws- of the harsh treatment to which he ofyellowfeverpatients.n consequence of the newly acquired knowledge of The work diecton and mosquito destruction a well
the money wa paid out and who got tigation and under the tire of the law- .ad been subjected by the General' the mode o: transmission of this disease by the mosquito."s now condted by the Health Autroti, immediately after no
Tie i yer, an committee told just about all ioth r, Capt. Tom Custer, when he A brief synopsis of the elementary facts connected with yellow fever the attending hyelan. But in isolated localities or when de
i knew of the dark work of manipu- .as a prisoner, and said that he had prophylaxis and a statement of the nurse's sanitary .duties in this disease, ing sanitary rletf is unavoidable, the physician ad nrse mus
If the whole ra action was so lating the insurance money by the then told some orf th whsaites at he hFortad which he had utilized in his teaching, and submitted to the Society are pub- members of t hold in applylag the prescribed r t
honest and so regular ,nd so bus!- financial sharks. Mr. Perkins is to Abraham Lincoln that he would cut the lishd for the benefit of The Journal's readers as follows: Additional precauton In sulphur fumigation. recommended b
ness-lik. h.y was it concealed? It -- hart out of him if the opportunity ELEMENTARY FACTS OF EDUCATIONAL VALUE. Authorities in charge of sanitatioa in New Orleans durfng
McCall felt jus:ifiel :i his actions, Thje ulgPunma tOuJ 'er presented itself. To the question 1. Yellow fever may be defined as an acute, infectious, febrile disease epidemic:e all ornaments of metal, such as brass, copper, sl
why did th uflement ,f hsecrecv plPN Pr s to whether he had cut out the cap- which is transmitted from the sick to susceptible individuals through the from the room that is to be fumigated. All objects of a met
o important a pan it themate e tenl, 19 5 ainsheart.hemadeno response, but agency of mosquitoes; and, as far as known, by the singl- species, the Steg- which canot be removed, can be protected by covering the ob
imporrew sullen and morose, refusing to omya Fasciata. which is the common domestic or cistern mosquito of New with paer, or with a hi coating of sele applied with a b
And why also was it such hard work a Total of answer any more questions. Orleans, and in fact of all the localities in which yellow fever prevails. Reove from the room to be fumigated all fabric material
for the inv :tigatine c i;attee to Eg: White men who spoke the Sioux lan- 2. The germ or transmissible poison of yellow fever exists in the blood ughly shaking. Open all drawers and doors of furniture and cl
t the fac in the ca guage fluently ana' had been much in of yellow fever patients only during the first three days of the disease; after- The room should be closed and made as tight as possible by
Theh actar- iq onth which hav. the company of Rain-in-the-Face de.- wards the patient ceases to be a menace to the health of others. Hence the openings in chnley, floor, walls, keyholes and cracks near w
The_, art, qiewsiot t -i !.ch hat ro v kp flared that he had cut Tom Custer's importance of recording the very hour when the attack first began. doors
been an.-red and v' h h c d. not heart out while he was still alive, and 3. The mosquito (Stegomyia Fasciata) Is powerless to convey the dis- Crevices can e closed by pasting stripe of paper (old news
think will .. answ ed,'. T!: v a- it has even been asserted that lie ate case to a susceptible person by its bite until at least twelve days have elapsed them with a pastmade of Sour.
questions. -< -er, w h thte Aner COPIES it. When Captain Custer's body wa after biting the yellow fever patient. Thi. period of incubation in the mos- The sulphur shoid be placed in an Iron pot, fiat skillet pr
can peO.', i n .l f. them- found the heart had been cut out. quito is the time that is required for the germ of the disease to breed in the this placed on bricks la a tub' or other convenient water receptacle
can peopI,, ^,, a nU- :i.t r nemflt- or Rain-in-the-Face was badly wounded body of the mosquito and to migrate from the insect's stomach to its salivary an inch of water to the bottom. This is a precaution which must
sve an a unanny c nan average of i the fight. glands. The United States Army Yellow Fever Commission found, in 1900, guard against aident, as the sulphr s liable to boil over a
ment alo ut w;:;ch C t': cain be n ) that in Cuba this period varies from twelve days, in the hot summer months, th house
,istak, to* eighteen days and over, in the cooler winter season. The ,alphwi s ,eadily ignited by sprinkln-g alcohol over it and
HRen the thoutandV "f poicy holI 4. After incubating the yellow fever germ in its body during the period The apaMUtment hould be kept closed for two hours, and then
When hr hou .n< f po~iy hol- ,.- REPRESENTATIVE LAMAR above specified, the Stegomyia is ready to transmit the disease during the and well ventIlated.
ers all over :h- cui-:r- paid th 'r DAILY '- IS INTERVIEWED. entire period of its natural life, which may extend over 154 days, provided the NOT'--To d the erbei contents of the room, m'iltlply th
money into :he 'i 'r of i The fowin figures show Te Pe :- W insect has access to water. (Guiteras.) Walter Reed was able to innoculate the roou-Wbi the w{ i .bd this total by the height, and to hnd
surance omans f th purpose of The following figures show The Pen Washingto Pot. 4 yellow fever with a Stegomyia fifty-seven days old. Gulteras with another of sulphur to fumigate the room divide the cubic coated
**curing prote, 'on 'o i"eir famlic. sacola Jour-nal's circulation for each 101 days old. [Note-According to Agramonte. Stegomyia Fasciata in Havana and the reelt W be the amount of sulphur required in pounds.
d h "h ,, w h av during the month of S in cas of deash ';y lid s0 with the: P Dupree, it bites without coaxing within twenty-four hours after emerging from would multiply 5I5,O.10, equals 1,500 cubic feet. Divide this by I
purpose ani ".: a;<' i v. I.. \ v:t th a age nuimner of Hon. Wil:iamn B Lamar. of Florida the pupa case. It was believed, at one time, that: (1) the females of Steg- ill have the amount of sulphur required, viz: 3 posad.
They did nn..e "on t,, !-cu c pi' <'n:]y: nephew of the famous Mississippi omyla must be impregnated before they, will bite; (2) that the female, after ._ ,__, ,. ,, , -_, ,
r- n ' fmiri o- Sept. 1, 5.000 Sept. 16, 5.300 .-tat-stman. and who has himself in hi biting once, does not appear to bite a second time, or at least until five or
ita pr,,, ,r, o' vh'r fatvit s c- Sept. 2. 5.000 Sept. 17, 5,550 brief Congr ssional career risen to .-even days have elapsed: but Dupree says that the Stegomylas in Louisiana 's ..ll_ _- -I
tKt.t(M M- ,1 anflr <\ Sept. 3. 5200 Sept. 18, I consid-ra'le prominent. by virtue o(it at have been isolated and reared apart from the males will bite promptly
the:t i>'l;- .. O, ft.at:. ii Sept. 4. ... Sept. 19, 5300 his activity in the l.t1e, is at the and frequently'. Probably after they have digested their blood meal, and, like
od-ta:hrt: T nii : pla('e I. -- Sept. 5. 5.000 Sept. 20. 5,300 Railegh Hotel. in Wa'cinugton, D. C. Anopheles, within three to five days after.1
o. in ,,,,~ f &. apt. 6. 5.000 Sept. 21, 5.250 accrnmpaniei by Mrs Lamniar. Asked 5 A period, varying from two to five days, usually elapses after the b'te
S' ,- Sept. 7. 5.200 Sept. 22, 5,225 as to :he troaiblt ac o. of Congre-. of an infected mosquito before the symptoms of yellow fever will develop in
ot ," .' "=. ~ .:i Sept. 8. 5.200 Sept. 23, 5.225 thi- winter' on mat,,' of national im- the human subject. (This is the incubation period of yellow fever, and the |i.Il
the 'i- e .t: >' .., t pa12't ; ail Sept. 9. 5.200 Sept. 24. 5.550 poitance. R -epresentative Lamar satd: United States Army Yellow Fever Commission found that in thirteen cases
we :: .' a-< no. a 1. Sept. 10. 5.5o0 Sept. 25, i nam s.re thu c untry agrees of experimental yellow fever obtained by the bites of mosquitoes it varied J
resent: <-, .. : :,'-t ;o a Sept. 11. Sept. 26, 5.250 wit; President Roosev,'.et in his polky from forty-one hours to fve days and seventeen hours, after innoculation.)
We a, Sept. 12. 5.300 S-pt. 27 5.250' of railway rate legisla'ion. In the di- 6. From the above, we gather that if an adult Stegomyla Fa sciata bites
S~, ......' " 'Sept. 13. 5.300 Sept. 28, 5250 cuss-ion of this issue there has arisa a yellow fever patient within the Arst three days of the disease, it will have
tha t.:, ,' ., -t.. T,...r e m,.- -rpt. 14. 5.300 Sept. 29, 5.250' much confusion in the ,onular mind. to'incubate the poison In its body from twelve to eighteen days (incubation .T
the ri pu... ;.. Sept. 15. 5.300 Sipt. 30, 5,250 and many people of intelligence hale period in the mosquito); then, if it bittes a susceptible person at the explr si- By .. CONAN' DYLE, *]
would !:: .: ., Tctal for the month .. 15sn no understanding of the real q'nestion tion of this time. two to fve days must elapse for the disease to manifest it

the' n n r Average per day...... in-olved. The single pAint on the self in the bitten person. Therefore, inestlmatin the probable spread of Aundh-rwr" T*
t av stat52:n-,ii isf-sue is: Shall L-a governnint yellow'fever from a single individual to the susceptible persons in his envlron.
prt t ::... n :u,.:. I hereby c r:ify that t above state- o the railroads have the final d 'ci-ment, a period of at least twenty-six days must be allowed to ela e before
the rfat 'it it .ntro r on mnt e i orrec according s to the rei sonas to what constittites a reason the success or failure of any preoentive measures, directed towards the dg-
the gr'at t .. : ha-, FoRrds on flie in tis offle alle and just ra te? The Federal Con- traction of the mosquito, can be determined. In view of the fact that seval
sbuped their 8 o a. t"ar:e-,s o,: FRED A. SW-EET, stitution invests Cong-tss with power days may elapse before a mosquito infected from the I dt case may .fte a LibI
tbe persons: 'buo- a zvo.e: .1 Circulation Mgr. to regulate interstate commerce, an susceptible person, this period of observation should be lengtheed to~ Ity'
helar sca-s ha' ta.'], v ani Swo--n to and hubscr:,be. before me the Supreme Court has repeatedly days, which is the time given by the health authorities of Now OM 11Yt
their act ha t.n ,s, rit s )i s a i th day of Septen.Ler 1905 held that :he power to fix railway preseut epidemic, to determine if a focus will develop from a-- asaa Ite'
brazenly lnute tht vt ry spirit oh J.P. SyIOKES c e.arges can be done under this au- after it first appearance in a give locality.
or American institUtio.s. Notary Public. thority, either by Congress or an ex-, 7. The Stegomyla Fasciata emanot convey yellow fever drft h tlW -.

'nt of yellow
realizes fully.
le!y by mos-
se insects to
md their way
e patient sh4
Ioem as 5iar-
oming direct
g the spread
precaution of
ift she is an
household of
not enUrely,
yellow fever
t suaceptibl
be access o0
e may theim
in the sick
the patient
mplished if a
with yellow
a mosqutO,
looked upon
* unless she
science and
patients and
tns for safety
ust learn to
t In His Bed,
prevent the
part o the
are to tor
ng inside.
ulitoes froa
be killed in.
e physlelan;
This !* par-
Infants and
disease mea-
d, that Is
of the smap
are able to
ed cases ar
ed. Outside
onal screens
or otherwise

r) to destroy
day of fever.
per quantlt7
oom is sfBt-
phur to 1.000
fe pound of
ultom. The
burt. Two
cases. 'the
la sprIakIed
room will be
her. When
ing the ono
prepared 4fr
to the diun.
* sereemag,
tflcatit t by
y in obtain
it direct te
Sthe Realth
the present
rer tad "gt
iUCe nature,
ess tihtluy
after thor-
stopping ail
id"now as4
opert) over
referred, and
with about
be taken to
I st fre se
I ighttng it.
opened up

ste by We,


I 47



NO**M*- E

NIk DI D V bth a Wa
No\ 0Cedici.es. TSorwinlAnadSaeetAos
Almanac for 1906; or w vri a aadwe
wig send them to yhe y The nbw *ew
formulas to your d"w M, aO ak bin
1id JLwhat he thinks of thiS

that the poison is Incubating in its body (twelve to eighteen days). It ma"
bite freely and repeatedly during this period, but its bite is innocuous; neither
does its bite within this period confer any immunity to the bitten person.
8. Yellow fever is not transmitted or conveyed by fomites (L e. articles
or inanimate objects that have come in contact with yellow fever patients of
their immediate surroundings.) Hence the disinfection of clothing, bed.inR
or merchandise supposedly soiled or contaimiuated by contact or proximity
with the sick, is unnecessary.
9. The bodies or cadavera of the dead from yellow fever are incapable o0
transmittUg the disease unless death occurs within the first three day of
the disease (a rare occurrence); and then only it mosquitoes are allowed to
bite the body before decomposition has set is.
10. There is no possibility of contracting yellow fever from the black
vomit, evacuations, or other excretions of yellow fever patients.
11. An attack of yellow fever caused, as it always is, by the bite of the
Stegomyla, confers immunity against subsequent attacks of the disease.
Duties of the Treinod Nur9e.


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l i _i ' - -".....--- ---- --- -- i ...- = * ., .,-- ., =
.. city for the purpose of invetgatiU
the life insurance companies.
I am not unmindful of the fact th
some men, when they attain co
maudlin5*positions Is large corpot

ANFa CurseofCur-iaPain - -|
omnipotent, and like the king, "m
Never resign yourself to suffer pain. Women's do no wrong."
pains are curable. They are the sign of dangerous unwarranted Freedom Wth Fund
conditions of the female organs, which should be From the testimony referred to,
promptly attended to or dangerous results will follow. would appear that you claim the r.g
to use the funds of the New Yo
IJfe Insurance Company with
Ti m much freedom and as littr le secount
T hof d! ability as if they belonged to your od
private purse. By the same reason
ing, any trustee, under a will or de
of trust, can lawfully disburse, for p
itical purposes, the trust funds b
longing to widows and orphans, to
feat the election of any candidate ft
any position whose election he thin
r 0D = TO WOMAIS R would have a tendency to decrea
the value of the securities in while
B ihe mw u A from any of woman's biting and weakening palna. he had invested trust funds. This
Sat aty = compo el e pains to stop, but it follows up and drives out neither law nor morals, :or business%
Upon that testimony I charge th
e eof the pains wch prevent them from coming back. the funds of the New York Life I
i w you wL Try lt. surance Company have been misappr
So n $1.00 priated and wasted. Whether in
S 1^. 00manner which. in some instances, ma
IM-g gT A APA aN justify an indictment against any ot
A A 04 WII = A FA4=,9 cer for embezzlement, Is a questir
Si ll- ,ta tste cs wrtte Shsaton, of Poplar tor determination by the proper a
40 0M lg sal Irmp~lmidi B&a,aMo., I c.a do my hbouwork, thorities. But it was nil done wi
*@ow e 5 vG s a Se advin alno bduerIe I kiC CARIOI, two our knowledge, connivance, and a
SI O ta "m hw to doctsIs adome t no good. I can proval. And I charge that the a
=i I=. a M 1= bvutMufly may I was cred by A counts of the company have been fa
S lb Tchedeb*.. IwMt ery lemglay yto tmw sifted to cover up these misappropi
..... Tom k wMuds!4 -aedniue." 1 nations, and that wrongful entries hav
been made upon the books of the cor
pany representing sham transaction
undertaken, for the purpose of 1
ceiving not only the Insurance D
SHALL THE NEW YORK LIFE partment of the State of New Yorl
SHALL THE NE W YORK LIFE but the poiScyholders as well, ast
the true condition of the company.

The tima has not yet arrived in thi
A T OF OA country when the administration c
the law has become so corrupt that
IN T E STATE OF FLORIDAwill justify trustees of estates, sa'
Si gs banks, ana' life insurance compai
ies thus diverting and using the fund
ft Vk hiv& A fa f t k" i.'General of New York. remains to be of their cestui qui trusts for the pu
seen. pose of making contributions to polit
**i ir a l That they have both been guilty ot cal campaign committees, influencin
Winof &W li &Wl Wins gross official misconduct has, I thiLk, legislation, and paying losses on ba
i- -Jl *. been conclusively proved by their investments made by trust companieE
ad Wh fl3 own testimony and that of the Com-. You may have thought it proper t
pany's Treasurer, Mr. Randolph, given so use the funds of the company, bu
MW It before the Committee of the New if so, you committed a startling an
York Legislature appointed to investi- dangerous blunder. If you really
gate the life insurance companies and thought It right, your gross ig
SAYS COMPANY SHOULD NOT BE now sitting for that P .urpose. norance lea you to that in whicl
I My letter to Mr. MclCall does nct neither the law nor public opinion wil
ALLOWO TO 00 BUSINESS IN mention all the acts of himself ar.d sustain you.

TWIS TATE UNTIL THOSE would be ground for removal from Amazing Testimony.
RAOuaATIONS ARE HANODED their offices. Your testimony with regard to the
RE ATION AR HANED If it is within your power to do ,o, large payments which you, assumed to
I respectfully suggest that it becomes make to one "Judge" Andrew Hamil-
your duty, in the interests of the poli-,ton is amazing! Your attempt to
cybolders residing in our Stae, tcI evade the questions of examining coun-
notify the New York Life Insuranceel in r rd to those payments an
The showing letters aMe slf-ex- Company that it can tronsas" no bur l oselin regard to those payments and
The following letters are el-ex- Company that it can trnsa no bus-avoid telling the real truth was so ap-
atoryr: ness in your State so long as Mr. Me-iparent that you have succeeded in con-
To Florida Officials. Call remains as President and Mr. vincing the public mind that those
New York, Sept. 27, 1905. Perkins Vice-President of said Cor- payments were wrongful. ana' that you
Ob the Commissioner or Superintvn- pany. know them to be so; and, notwith-
Geat o Insurance, Tallahassee, Respectfully yours, standing this, you try to make it ap.
Feuds. C. H. VENNER. pear that the so-called "Judge" Ham-
Dear gir-1 beg to call your atten- ilton, who has had in his possession
t#pn to the enclosed jopv of my letter Letter to President McCall. $Z35,000 of the New York Life's money
ce September 22na to John A. McT~al, Clarance H. Venner of C. H. Ven- for many months, and has made no
inq, demanding his resignation as ner & Co., tankers, has sent to tl:e accounting therefore, and has been
President and Trustee of the NPw Evening Post the following copy of an asked for none, and whose bank ac-
York Life Insurance Campany. 1 have open letter to President John A. Me-- cunt. "on September 19, 1905, showed'
reg ested the Board or Trustees 3J Call of the New York Life Insurance a credit balance of only $176, has em-
t in tham. demanG, and in a personal Company: plowed the money for lawful purposes,
note to Mr. George W. Perkins 1 33 Wall Street, the nature of which you cannot or will
6ave suggested that he also resign as New York Sept 22, 1905. not tell, and that the large amount of
Vkce*President and Trustee. An Open Letter to money so pard to "Judge" Hamilton is
Whether these resignations nill be John A. McCall. Esq.. President, a good asset of the company. The pub-
teadered or essrs. McCall and Per- New York Life Insurance Corn- li and the policyholders of th? New
kis, with or without the support of pany, New York City. York Life are not credulous enough to
the .rustees. will defy the wishes oft Sir-The records of the New York believe that kind of a tale.
the policy holders and public senti- Life Insurance Company will show But whether or not your testimony
meant by holding on to their officer, that I hold policy No. 233 ?24 for $5(1.- be true, you have convicted yourself
which they have so outrageously 000. issue nineteen years ago, ard o` such gross incompetency, arrogance,
abteed, andt! they are removed either, that I ha&e paid thereon on the corn-! and recklessness in the management
by vote of the polleyholjers or by a pany premiums aggregating $23.09.. oi the funds of the New York Life, and
Dourt, at the instance of the Attorney I had such faith in the integrity if o such unbusinesslike methods, that
the management of the New Iork 'ou no longer command the confidence
SLift that I did not hesitate to place of the policyholders, and should not
In Your Honme with it a fifth part of mry insurance, have control of a corporation possess-
Ie's kt o handy.KillTs yelowtfever in the affairs of the New York Lifo In- The management of a great life in-
c keep hand yellow surance Company. I claim the right: s urance company must not be conduct-
Smalaria germs. to address you this letter In the in- d upon any such methota. Its hands
p- 'terest of myself and all other policy- must be clean. It must not deceive
holders of said company. without of- the Insurance Department or its poll-
F. M. WILLIAMS, f(r other apology therefore. l )holders by fictitious transactions
CONTRACTOR AND BU'LDER. I have read with care and intense and false entries. Its funds must be-
(OBea. Breemaam buldta&, egt interest the testimony given by your- used only for legitimate corporate. ex-
to P saola Bs6tess Osllteae self. Vice-President Perkins, ani' penses. the payment of matured poli-
Prompt attention always given Treasurer Randolph before the legisla I c!es. and the balance honestly invest-
to basiess. Pmnseola, l. I tive committee now sitting in thii;ed in good securities, upon which no

You cannot buy a beer which has been more ex-
pensively prepared than Gerst Dove
Brand, yet it is sold as cheap as
any. We carry cleanliness and
purity to extremes, using :-:
the finest materials. k.
S "Gr-a er,ma /def~a o

William Gerst
Brewing Co.
Tea. .


,d The 2u of e y and Potash art
an wer than the dfects of Contagionm
Blood Poison, for which these minerals
are generally used. They canot cure
'* the disease, and in addition set up a pois,
it on of their own, producing dyspepsia. by
,t drying up the gastric juices, salvation,
Srk es, mrcria. rheumatism, and often
as necr of the bones.
t'" Bowian Green, KY., Mitchell House.
wn Getlemea:--or over four years I suf-
n- red greatly from a severe case of Con-
ed tagious Blood Poison. I went to Hot
S" rins. e tayinr there four months at a
bg *expense. I then consulted hyi-
-( ij clans who prescribed Mercu. o oth-
le- in% did me any wood, In facuttWe treat-
or ment proved more harftul than benefit.
ior oL Ths I continueO to suffer for four
ks years. I mentionedWdy' case to a friend,
xe who told me that 8. S. 8. had certainly
cured him. I at once commenced its use,
ch and in sal months could find no trace
is of the diase whatever. This was about
two yards ago, and there has been no
Signs of return. D. X. BANDERS.
n- S. S. 8., a remedy made from roots,
re- herbs and barks, is the only known an-
a tidote for Contagious Blood Poison. It
ay thoroughly and permanently eradicates
a-; the poison from the blood eo that no sign
a is ever seen of the disease in future.,
u- S. 8. S. builds up instead of tearing down'
kth the system, as do Mercury and Potash,
p. and when it has cured the disease every
t. part of the body has been toned up
.l by its purifying and tonic effects.
r.- S. S. S. aso removes any effects of the
re: mineral treat-
i ment from the
ns: blood. We offer
% a reward o




Just as soon as the present yellow
fever dies out, toe city will again take
up the horse numbering matter.
Mcny new houses have been built dur-;
ing the past two years, many of them'
have. never been numbered, and this,
is not only very annoying to j ersonas
who have occasion to locate certain,
houses but it is in direct violation of
the Code of Ordinances of the city.
Some of Ihe older houses are not
numbered and some of them are not
correctly numbered. A few months
ago, D. M. Monroe at a great expense
was employed by the city to make up'
a correct list, and the list is very,
complete. It gives all correct num-
bers on all streets within the city
Parties who have no numbers on
their houses, or who are in doubt as
to the correctness of the number
upon their houses may get accurate
information in the matter by applying
to the city cierk's office.
Those .who fail to comply wi:h the
law in future will be prosecuted. Tael
following are the sections geverninvi











e- to to t ,o "oo the matter and may be of interest to0 A
e- ~proof the the public: Ay
,roof tL: Th Law. 089XST AM APOT"ECARY. .
to: PURELY VEGETABLE. S.S.S. contain Section. 82. All houses fronting
Mercury, Potash or say other mineral upon the streets shall De numbered.
tMerury, Potash or any oe m r streetsshall ue numbered. 109. 121 SOT PALAFOX STREET.
SHome treatment book and any medical anl the numbering all be as fol-
l !advice wiHl b2given without charge, lows: All streets running north aid _______
is south shall be numbered from Gsr.-1
of THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, G&! den street cis a dividing line. Tho-e ,. .
it portions of such streets lying north of
ny- Garden street shall be known as
n Gold tu ker Bros.' north, and those portions lying south DON'T MISTAKE CHILLS AND FEVER FOR
is! GOdstu ke r Bros.. of said street to be known as south.

Eg1 street as a dividing line; those por-
d All first-class rubber-tired vehic!cs tions of said streets 'ying east of Pal- At bs tbs delb ys t arerts a gmat deal f amartsa mad slDs r.
and gentle horses. Phone 814. afox street to be known as east, and As a p1 v pevinsaUv try
0 those lying west of 3aid street to be I
d officer shall make a commission or Sec. 85. The odd numbers shall
y profit. be on the south and west of all streets IT CURES TO ST AY CURED.
"- Must Give Honest Account. and the even numbers on the north 4 at all drug stores or at
It is apparent, from the recent rev. and east. All nmbe1s shall b -
Slations. affecting tne New York Life Sec. 86. All numbers shall be1 SAW W. -ia,
and Dquitable Life companies, that the, painted upon the front of the build- P "Cm O CWWJi_
time has come when the millions of Ing to be numbered, or upon a metal
men who are annually taxing them- plate not less than thre3 by six inches -.. ....-, .. ..-,- __
selves many millions of dollars to pay securely attached to th building. i..
life insurance premiums that their Sec. 87. The owner of any buill'-
mus i ing shall number such building !n ae am.
nite in a demand that their servants, cordance with the provisions of ths H. L COVINTON, Pr CLAR C r.
the princely-pn a dem offand that of the coservants, Article within sixty days after tre C. W. LAMA,. Vki.. "1ee1 JO. PfEIPPER, At. C l
panis, shall not violate their trust, erection ther T E M NATIONAL BANK
-very cent belonging1 to the trust es-1 fai to number any house as require I T E AMERI AN NATIONAL BANK
Style, the saome as alny other trustee for in Section 82. p PN COLA., FLA.
widows and orphaans, an' to insist that Some reasonable Adv DESIGNATD DPOY O UNITED STATES
the Ife Insurance campan-s' fund.A Some Seasonable Advice. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY Or UNITED STATES
constitute a sacred trust, which shall It may be a piece of superfluous ad- Capital Sltek, S200,000 Surplus, S40,000
rnot be the object of Indiscriminate v ce to urge people at this season of m-- O-Pr'--- s
plunder, either forwMolWtcal campaigns, the year to lay la a supply of Chamber- m e .. ar co vTtes J. Iehae.
influencing legislatja., excessive sala- lain's Cough Ramedy. It is almost W A. Avery
ties, promoting the, private specula- sure to be needed before winter is r W. Milton Jr.,Avery
tions of the offices and trustees, or over, and much more prompt and sat- Bryan Duawody, O. K. Maura,
any other form of graft. isfactory results are obtained when Prank (lly, W. L Cawtaon,
It is not my purpose, nor is it neces- taken as soon as a cold, is contracted W. 8. BRosec C. A. O'Neal,
sary in this letter, to review In detail and before it has become settled in the T. F. MoGomra Dr. W. J. Hanna,6
the various wrongful acts of yourself system, which can only be done by F. L. Brawaer, McKensle Oertil~t
And associates, as sh6wn by the testi- keeping the remedy at hand. This CW. W. laer, M AKaz McOowln,
mony referred to. They may, or may remedy is so widely known and so al- J. R. Sanuvers, C. M. Covingtoa.
not, form the basis of civil or criminal together good that no one should hesi-
proceedings, or, possibly, both. tate about buying t in preference to Accounts of ank I'ndlwV4Me, n eO'poratins, aid Firm pellleta
Great Losses to Company. any other. It is for sale by all aTug- Four per cent* L 1Fet pad on Timn Depoe.t
I have mentioned the Hamilton mat- gists.
ter, involving what I regard as a loss! WM. ..K.Y ;, ,-, ,,V .-Pe/a
of $235,000. for which no explanation AT DAMA WM H. KNOWLB, Pread4t.L W. K. HYR, JR.. V.-Pre. and Cash
is offered, and will now direct atten- THOs. W. BRMNT, At. Colter. W. N. ROBERTS, Asat. Cashier.
tion to two, important misappropria-
tions of the funds, as revealed by the TO CROPS BY RAIN
testimony, -viz.: $148,000 contributed
to the Republican National Committee
in the campaign of 1896, 1900i and 1904;
and the $320,000 loss, voluntarily but FARMERS AT BUELAH COMPLAIN-
illegally, incurred in relieving the New' ING AT LONG PERIOD OF
York Security and Trust Traction
bonds which that company had un- WET WEATHER. tl, l
wisely invested in.
If it is the business of a life inaur-
ance company to assume the losses Spal to The Journal. F t W L
made on poor investments by trus to ournECTORS C BrQt, V A. Blunt. m. H. Knowl
companies and oThErs, the field can be Beulah, Oct. 4.-The long continued
?oindemnitely extended and the entire, wet weather is causi'gu a good deal V, J, D Gi
funiel of theteNew YorkandLifethe quicklyre of loss in various ways, and not in the
fnissipated inof thate New York Life quickly. least by any means is the loss of tem-
dissipated in that manner. iper of some of our gi angers whet. F0e
The policyholders who read the New see oefruits of t r lat bor
York newspapers have undoubtedly te3isee the fruits o. ther go- ad yMP ad Du E U g ug d I
read the testimony and formed their rps hae tructioffered n. The cane and hayrt
opinion of your management. How- crops have suffered the most, having been We draw our o swIll of Ex- Vessels disursed upon the most
exer high their regard may be for you, thenbay iso t sta ces e upvin bee change on Great Grltain, Ireland Favorable Terms, and their obll.
cursonayth eiews Ihavea aoity o an is now rottening In tne swath and! Germany, France, Asira Italy,
cur in the views I have expressed. wndro. The hay that s standing Holland, Spal, Bam, g taken paype at Pt f
ywindro. The hay that is standin | Destination Ten Days After Vse
Resignation Demanded has deteriorated fully one half by get-I No a, en n ard destination TenmDays After V
It is clear to my mii that the test- ting over ripe a the end is not yet, ther Eurpean tres
mony established that your period of for it is raining this morning. If it i
uefulness a president of the New would clear off now w could not getSafety Depost s orRetin Conn tio with which we
York Life ha7 come to an unortunate on to the land to do anything for sev- J apit eart int or eu ow th rw
close. Your resignation, both as presi- eral da..s on account of the softness, havC a Privtc fo t he use of Renters.
dent and trustee, is now the best and of the ground.
only thing left in your power to do for' The cane which promised so mucl _
the good of the company and of its two weeks ago is in bad shape. Abdut S iFnS D -- ---9 t t Opa e9- n .t1t .A
policyholders. That resignation, as a one third at least is blown flat to the at of i fp c e pJMm,
pollc)holder. I now ,a'emand. ground.
Yours truly, Mr. A. J. Busby has about an acre - -*- *
CLARENCE H. VENN-,tR. of very fine cane that is down so bad ,, ,,.
that he has commenced to cut and get L. HILTONM OU .), rola .T. W LW t s Vcs-.,aimavw.
A Judicious Inquiry. it ready for the mill and will com-. M.BacsumstL,5V MA lW LD MO3M Asr =O. ASmasO
A well known traveling man who vic' mence grinding as soon as he has
Its the drug tra: says he has often enough ready to star: on. He thinks Citizens a tional R ank,
heard druggists inquire of customers that is the only way tc do to save, US. Florida.
who aske.1' for a cough medicine, it. although it will make him double I .
whether it was wanted for a child or' the work It would if it was standing. : oW W ,M. ot lmu s. 8 T. misoeiles
for an adult, and if for a child they Mr. J. D. Hirst and Mr. Walter Bow-i A. 4jS10i9i \ NM U NEls TRAN sACTrI
almost invariably recommended Cham- mar. each h%.ve cane that is down 'n .
bcrlain's Cough Remedy. The reason badly. ,_ ....
for this is that they know there is no Win. Shelby has a large piece of
danger from it and that it always flnc cane aid it is standing all right i "O*SS y ** @ *"e*'ee.*e1e ,
cures. There is not the least danger which I as-ribe to the frct that tLe " BZS, Ps t F. W. ME ZNr Cai.
in giving It, an' for coughs, colds and Lord loves a cheerful giver, and when T. P[ -ASTY Vic -PresidenL
croup it is unsurpassed. For sal by cteomes to gvin cheerfully Brother THE PEOPLE'S BANK Of PENSACOLA.
SMr. John Hirst, Jr., has moved down DIJctor-L, J. Rms J. S. -, W. DeC. Kaseels, R. M. Cey,
You Are Welcome Here. to the bay and will remain there nn-< W. A. *AMmbTer T. A. Jennings.
Come to Michigan and escape the: til the quarantine Is off when he will TRANSACTS A GUNRAL BANkING BUSINESS.
Yellow Fever. The Hotel Chester- move over to Seminole and resume TOOK A O n T 1i8 RESP WCT .1'iT OLICITr D.
field at New Baltimore, Mich., on An- wcrk for the Southern States Lumber ...
chor Bay is open summer and winter.' Co. -- --
Delightful boating and fishing. Rea- Mrs. Frank Wilson is recovering
sonable terms. nicely from a long siege of malaria
C. A. MARONTETTE, Prop. fever. She is abe to sit up some now.
Mrs. Elisa Busby doec not improve eassel
FRESH as much as her fritenis would like to -,t. -
LIMES 10 CENTS DOZEN have her. Her mother, Mrs. Ray, t; :
AT Bryou Moccasin, is making her a vis-a .
WHITE'S RESTAURANT. It this week which wPI cheer her ap "me!a. 3 8ta Warm -SM. Tslepsh.o, t.
AND ALSO and help make life IbOK more Ulike alr i stream.i- Pbm a i
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IAARRIED IN CHURCH away gown with hat and gloves to as e FU
I WARRINGTON. match and carried bride roses and T
The wedding of Mr. William S. maiiten-hair fern.
Pelahanty and Miss Mary Eulali l The groom with his brother, Mr. Is display ed by those who CotiaiIS MCun -i SISwM V and
Tomart was a pretty afair solemnized Hunt Chipley, of Atlanta, Ga., as best drink our Soda Water. in ww
$ o the Catholic church la Warringonl man. met them and received his pretty They have learned to dis-
Jt Rev. Father Brady yare at half past fiv o'clock on the ratifying the gift according to the Bap- good and the bad, hence
evening of Sept. 21. jtist church, of which both families the great popularity four Wr Ml r-
Muss Louise Handion played tne are prominent communicants. the great popularity of our
wedding march as the bridal proces- The wedding was followed by a parlor. j f
gsor approached the altar. luncheon at the residence of the bride's
The bridesmaids, Mis.- Genevieve sister, Mrs. W. J. McLendon. where a
mnaillwood, Miss Magg e Leichman. large number of guests were enter- Citlms of Penssolo are still re-
mad Miss Virgie Pearl, tall in dainty tainted and permitted a peep at the pen slowly to the call for a relief
whkte organdy frocks were attended many handsome wedding gifts receiv- nd Kth af slowly to the call for a relie
by the groomsmen Mr. Nelson, Mr. i. ed. K adUj y litche C fund. The money is badly needed.
Fell and Mr. 1. Touart bother of tae Mr. and Mrs. Chipley left on their: and is being used most judiciously. Of
1ride. wedding trip and will be "at home" in 140 S. Palafox. Phone 999 course, more money is needed, and all
The bride wore white silk and car- Marshall after the middle of Novem- thboe who are able to afford it are
sted a prayer book wt!ih ,.hite ribbons. ber. urged to seni in contributions. The
The ceremony wa.- followed by a r- Among the more notable out-of-town doutions to the funO to date are as
,eeptlon at the home of ihe bride whc,'e guests were Mr. ana' Mrs. C. H. Cov- follows:
.ie wedding color .cheme of pink at lI ington, parents of the bride, and chil- HITI SV P INGS dA
white was beautifully carried out. dren, Masters Armistead and Tread- JULDI rR I ALA The Donations.
bamboo and ferns being n!so used in well Covington; Mrs. W. D. Chipley. Under Now Management. First National Bank..........$500.00
tas parlor. mother of the bridegroom and Mrs. A delightful resort immune from W. S. Keyser Co..............200.00
It was one of the prettiest we.l- John Maxwell, his sister: Mrs. H. L. fever, offers o refugees elegant ac- American National Bank...... 200.00
aghis in Warrington and the happy Covington. aunt, and Miss Edna Cov- commodations and board at $25 per! Consolidated Grocery Co..... 250.0'
seple, who are very popular received ington cousin of the bilre, all of Pen- month, S7.50 per week. Everything Fr. J. Schreyer............... 50.90
msay beautiful presents and others sacola: Mr. Hunt Chipley. brother of first-class Thos. C. Watson.............. 100.00
re till coming from New York rel- ith bridegroom and Mr. Cross, of At- Escambia Reaky Co.......... 50 00
.attres ad friends of Mr Delahai., !lanta, Go., Mrs. James Riley and son, -- -- Lee Daniel .................. 25.00
who is highly esteemed wherever Master James. of Birmingham, Ala., announced the enga',e.uent of her W. A. Blount............... 100.00
aown. and Mr. C. H. Covington brother of daughter, Ernestine Alberti, to Mr.I Hannah Bros.. .............. 10.00
-4- the bride, of iPensacola, Fla." Plene McFarland Bea!er, of Atlanta, People's Bank........ ........ 100.00
E-OVINOTON Penacola soci ill be grea the marriage to occur on the 12th of Pensacola Water Company ....100.00
oON WCING Pensacola society will be greatly in- October at the home of the ride's Leslie E. Brooks.............. 1000
U NWORTH CAROUNA. terested in the above account of the sister. Mrs. W. H. Quarterman, of J. M. Coe.................... 10.00
Special to The Journal. wedding of those two prominent and Winder. Ga. Miss Brumby is a sister Pensacola Investment Co..... 100.00
Marshall, N. C., Oct. 4.-The Bap- popular young people though it is a of Mr. L. J. Brumby, of the Florika M. F. Gonzalez................ 2500
hat charch in this place was the scene great disappointment that it could not Fruit Grower, and Is a most lovable Southern States Lumber Co.... 100.00
qt a brilant and fashionable wedding bave taken place here. As originally young woman. The mother Mr. Consolidated Naval Stores Co.. 100.00
Maday at noon. Rev. M. A. Wood, the planned there would have been a A. B. Brumbv, is a woman of the old German-American Lumber Co.. 50.00
pastor oSciating. church wedding with numerous atten-! regime, gentle, sejf- assessed ant Saunders Mill Co............ 25.00
The bride isto Miss Louise Capel Co-. dants. followed by a large reception at I charming. Many friends have se't J- R. Saunders................ 50.00
Sagton. daughter of Mr. C. M. Coving- the stately and beautiful home of the congratulations Pensacola, St. Andrews &
Ua of tesaola, lra.. and sister of ride's parents, northwest corner of Mrs. William Lee Lamkin has an Gulf Steamship Co.......... 2500
Mrs. W. 5. McLendon of thi place for- Baylen and Gonzalez. North Hill. nounced the engagement of her daugh- D. ngleman................ 10.00
irly Ms Capitola Covington of your However, the innumerable friends ter. Miss Bertha, to Mr. Frank L. Geo. White................. 5.00
aky. Me isa very lovely and cultured of Mr. and Mrs. Chipley cordially unite Rogers. Tie wedding is to occur oh S. P. Shotter Co.............. 250.00'
young 01, daughter of a prominent in best wishes for a long continuance Wednesday evening. September 27ti. Jos. Colean ...... .......... 2.00
Ead wa'thy family widely connected of their happy unton and. since they at six o'clock. Mrs. Lamkln enter- A. F. Warren................ 25.00
tmgableot the sout cannot reside in Pensacola they are to stained in honor of ihe' daughter on U.L. Roch.................... 5.00
The ogem, Mr. Dudley Chipley, who be congratulated upon their fortunate Wednesday afternoon ast at her Jno B. Jones................ 5.00
sscos tually engaged in the coto choice of Marshall, so pisturesquely home. No. 722 Talleyrand avenue. T. H. Lnon & Co...........15 00
S b ness at this point, is the situatedon the French Broad river, The engagement of Mr. Snowden Wm. Johnson & Son.......... 2500
youngest son of the late Hon. W. D. being surrounded by the grandest Miller, of Pensacola, a Mis Katie Clutter Music house .......... 10.00
Chpley. 'of Pensaccla. mountain scenery, with a most beauti- Cluto, of St. Louis, Mo., is announce Standard Clothing Core............ .00
te bdal picture was beautifully ful outlook in every direction. wedding is to take place s tanar Clothing Co.......er ad Lad Co. .00
d ad th party ntere preceded ---- time during the Christmas holiday. DouMaxwell Reeesr and Land ..........Co. .00
Sy the two ushers. Mr. C. H. Ooving- ENGA"EMENTS OF INTEREST Jacksonville Metropolis. dayell & Reeves........... 20.00
ton ,bather of the bride, and Mr. Roy TO PEN4ACOLIAN. Jacksonvlle. Pasco, Jr................ 5.00
dger, of Marshall. N. C. No announcement yet made is t Mr. Charles Hauteman was out yebt- H. Boyer ............... 5.C
Then came Mist Edna Covington of more general interest th.'n that of the, terday for the first time after a week's tress & Coyer... .............10.00
Pensacola, beautiful coLsin of the; ei:gagement of Miss Lojvclla Victoria illness. i. nae Wison. ............ 21.00
bride and maid of honor smartly gown- Gary, daughter of Mrs. Fanni 2 R.A s 0.. .avle Wilsonai........... 25.00
ed in whte cloth with white hat aui' Garv, and the late Col. S. M. Gary, o M. and Mrs. Joe Roth and son are ordon & BAver...own .......... 15.00
other acoeworles to match, and grac-3- Ocala. to Mr. Edward T. Helvensto.' expected home in a f-w days after a rTho. Pebley........ ...... 5.00
ftlly carTing pink carnations. of the same citv. Mrs. Gary and Mis:, m s vaiation snen: in Chicago. For aitur'O....... 00
imu ktely preceding the bride Gary are known and loved by a num- N. G. ths vacation i Chcago. ........ 4 00
came two little golden haired pag4 all her of friends throughout Florid, Jacksonville Metropolis: Senator H. G. DeFilva & 'Co%..........25.00
Is white. Master Armistead Covington; South Carolina and Tennessee. Mr. Malor, of FloridaM .as gone to A t be....
of Pensacola, brother of t-re br.de. bear-. Helvenston is the senoi member of washington, from Pensacola, and ex Jas. McHugh .......25.00
atg the rtig on a little silver tray and! the mercantile firm of Helvcnsto..! pcts to remain there untilCongrs S Cah & o 25.00
Master James Riley of Birmingham. Pa. teur & Co.. and has been promin- resembles. His hotel is the NatiSo- B. Gerson ...... ..........5. 500
Ala., her nephew as flower page car-i etIly identified with Ocia's busins al J. Kryger. ****** 17.00
rife white nes. an.! social circles for some years. Green Wats.. ............ 10.00
The bride entered with her distin- The bon vo,'age to 'i, matrimonial' Mrs. R. P. Reese an l children are j. C. VanPelt .........:...... 5.0
wishedd looking father. Mr. C. H. Cov- bar c will resound from many visiting her brother D-. Edgar WOtt The Pensacola Journal........25.00
t5ton. upon whose arm she leaned. sources.
She wore r fetching blue cloth going-i Mrs. A. B. Brumby. of Ocala, has in Memphis, Te1nn. C.B. Parkhl h Co....... 210 0
Naval Stores Ebct Co .. .. .. 250.00
Mrs. W. H. Ferguson entertained a W. B. Wright O............ 50.00
T i parity of yo'ng people at Fupper Tucs- N. Apostle...... ............ 25.00
7 e Journal s Daily Fashion Feature day night for Miss Edina Smith on McDavid.Hyer Co............ 25.00
her seventeenth birthd-v. After diS- R. G. Bushnell................ 20.00
cussing a delicious mean, Lotto en- A. A. Fisher................. 50.00
grossed the party for the remainder H. Baars & Co............... 100.00
of the evening which wa- a particu'. Pensacola Lumber Co........ 100.00
I <^l ? I ^iS Slarly pleasant occasion. F. C. Brent................. 25.00
IWJohn Shepard ................ 5(00

fr bhoiT&oom and negit t MI D I tteau pleat in the back Is repeat-,
wear some kind ofi lo t0 paw is id'4h'tdlte plept th passes down th,
handed. and the smt& -esx d th tront, aid whi"h oWtes to make the
tare will develop wel 4 bay of t. Atn i ed berthe over
sateriail that are ia n vf for e the ionlders* .mmao with lace and
girs trok. A soft shade of ik braid a4 khe required dress
aohair made the model, on hteh a touh d l of mo= t black rel-
faacyv lace braid and some plise led vet ri d lopeely aqwsqpd the
mn-. a very dressy effect. The vown walt is just a tfu Mop
is loose and plain of cat. the lining foir puff C I et a cu t &t
. lowing the usual fitted bodice lines, match tfe berthe aI
Sand the outside laid plain over thiu-' fen :d collar.

Mr. Davis Yonge is ia New York
City where he will take a post-graca
uate course in law.
Use Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla
Extracts. Takes l?ss. Flavors per-
fectly. Your grocer has them. '

se k Is Fae.
At the time when Napoleon was the
most prominent figure in Burope one
man at least was little impressed with
his greatness. The conqueror's name
actually slipped his mind. so slightly
did his career concern the world that
for the artist centered in his tudio.
Edgar Quinet related that whon he
went to Germany he visited the oA
sculptor, Dannecker.
"We talked," he says, "of rt, and
the sculptor was eloquent over his
theories. Suddenly, rlsbing to Iix a
date, he stopped, reifcted and Anally.
'I think it was in the time of that
man-what is his name? Yoe know-
the man. The one who has won es
many battles. I've forgotten his name,
You must know it.'
"'Are you speaking, of Napoleonm? I
S"Yes, yes. That is it,' cried the
artist and went on with his latternwp
ed statement without giving the tlad
Sent a second thought."

Two Woyr to Gst stew".
There are two ways to get stror
the active and the passive. To sum It
up with one brief cenrete IIllstration,
the active treatment would comprise
such vigorous exercise of all the mus-
cles of the body in the fresh, rejuvenat-
ing air and under the bdrigt and heal-
Ing sun as one might obtain in the rail-
road section gang. By this method
you are able to relish and digest any-
thing abort of shoe pegs.
The passive method oey at It the
other way about. Instead of exercis-
ing that one may eat, one eats that
one may exercise. A diet Is prescrib-
ed which is almost pure nutriment to
begin with and has been so completely
predigested that all one has to de is to
swallow It down and the feed is to e-
ed directly into power. By this meth-
od. if the billboards are to he be lve .
aged gentlemen become so frtky that
they JAmp over eight foot ttem Jut
to weal e d tiItr sup eraIead sa .
Rusem Wood tI UverybedYs,

A. DiLustro ..................
Alex Zelius .................
D. Levy ......................
E. J. Dunham ................
Gulf Machine Co..............
0. H. Smith & Seon............
Bar Pilots...... ..............
W. B. Lamar.................
Scarritt Moreno ..............
W. S. Rosasco ...............
Marine Grocery Co...........
II. Muller...... ..............
F. 0. Howe & Co............
J. C. Porter..................
J. A. Chamfn ..................
H. H. Thoraton...............
J. B. Roberts.................
J. P. Williams Co ............
T. A. Jennings.................
Geo. W. Wright..............
Cash .. .....................
Quina & Guttman ..........
Frank Reilly ................
S. A. Friedman................
D. Dannheleser ..............
H. 0. Anson...................
Marston & Qutna .............
W. J. & B. Forbes ............
N. Goldring ..................
Cash.. .. ..................
W. H. White & Co.........
Warren PIth Co .............
Penaseola Stables ............
C. Thiesen ..................
Southern Bell Telephone Co..
J. S. MeGaughey.............
Armour Packing Co..........
Dubuisson Bros ..............
Star LAundry ...............
L. S. Brown & Co............
Judge H. Bellinger............
Marks & Gayle ..............

5 .0

10 00
50 00

How After Two Years She Found a
Remedy for Dandruff.
Miss Ross McAban of 211 West
Quartz street, Butte Mont., says:
"Herptiide hss thoroughly cleased
my scalp of dandruff, with which it
was entirely covered; and It haA
stopped falling hair. I have tried
nwany different preparations in the
past two years, but rn.'ne took effect
except Newbro's Werpicide." Dan-
druff is a germ dtweas and Herpclide
is an Infallible destroyer of the gerwn.
"Destroy the cause, you remove the
effect." Kill the andrff germ. Ask
your drust for Herpicide. It is a
odelighttal dressing; allays itching;
makes the hair saft as silk. For sale
by W. A. D'Alemberte, druggist and
apothecary, 121 South Palafor street,
or send 10c in stamps to The Herpi-
-cide Co., Detroit. Mch.

Swift & Co., ................ 25 00
Mis. Fannie Henderson ...... 2 50
McKenzie Oerting & Co., ..... 10 00
Dunwody-Aiken Co ............ 25.00
J. S. Roberts ................ 5.00
Citizens National Banb ...... 100 00
L. & N. R. R. Co., .......... 100 00
F. W. Marsh ................ 15 00
R. M. Cary .................. 10 00
J. Ed. O'Brien ............... 10 u0
Pensacola Gas Co ............ 150.00,
Electric Terminal Railway Co.. 100.00
' Goulding Fertilizer Co ........ 100.00
John C. Avery................ 25.00,
P. Martinez.. .. ............ 5.00
J. W. Maloy .......... .. 5.00
Welles-Kahn Co .. .. .. .... 25.00
Rhfodes-Futch-Collins Co.. .... 15.00
A Moog .................... 10 00
Southern Cotton Oil Co........ 50.00
F. E. Brawner ................ 10.0C
R. P. Reese.......... ...... 5.00
D. H. Klusmeier............ 5.00,
Lion Brewery ................ 25 )0
L. Bear Co. .................. 50 00
Windisch-Muhlhauser Brewing
Co. ........................ 25 00'
L.Fledman & Co ......... .. 10.00
Colored List.
Big Zion Sunday senool .... 5 009
M. M. Lewey, (Sentinel) .... 2 50
Jos. H. James, .............. 5 00
W. H. Harvey ................ 2 00
Moses Lyman ............... 1 00
Richard Morris .............. 5 Of
Cash .......................... 55
L. F. Andarson ..............2 u
Marion Blue ................1 00
Preston Gordon ............... 1
Aaron Johnson ............... 1 Of.
St. Paul church ............. .. 751
Washington Clark ............ 5 00
Whitfleld Dupont ............ 1 00
Rev. W. A. Woods, 9th Avenue
Baptist Church, .............. 2 00
A Colored Citizen .......... 5 90
Ninth Avenue Baptist Church 2 001
Aaron S. Johnson ............. 2 00
Mt. Zion Baptibt Church......... 3.16
Foley & Co., Chicago. originated,
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung;
remedy, and on account of the great!
merit and popularity of 'Foley's Honey
and Tar many imitations are offered
for the gunuine. These worthless im--'
itations have similar sounding named.
Beware of them. The genuine Foley's
Honey and Tar is in a yellow pack-
age. Ask for i and refuse any sub-
stitute. It is the best remedy for
coughs and cds. W. A. D'Alerberte
Druggist and apothercary. 121 South
Palatoz street.



At a meeting of the advisory board
of the Pensacola Classical School held
Sept. 36, 10, it was touna'advisable to
postpone the opening of the coming
emeslos until more favorable condi-
On aceaMt of quarantine, we wil
not *odt4*e to establish a kraach
house In Peassoola until same is *-e
voked. We will make all oil and
gra shipments from Mobile. Ala.
Same wi go forward promptly. Send
Us your orders for high grade oils.
14septli J. F. Davia. At.

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Come in and pick out what you want to make your home
as bright and cheerful as spring time, and enjoy It while
yoQ we paying for it.
Rocking Chairs from................................. 1.25 to 0.00
Iron Beds ..........................................$3.00 to $10.00
Woven Wire Spriugs, the sleep-easy kind, for.................. 1.60
Chairs ............ ******..................... .... 75 cents to 4.00
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WA MTWD.-The Soathsa Mattress5 WANTED.-Clerk to do temporary
Oe. will call at your home and re- work until December 15th, who is
pa&r your old mattress or sell you good at fgures and writes fair hand.
w ome cheap. Phone M. 4actlw Possible permacy. Apply P. 0. Box
WATrrI .-At once; schooner load of 830. 4octat
an & l" e wood; veaee not to WANTED.--A intelgent persona may
"o" at aeI 6a, 4 et come to an- earn $10 to $15 weekly In spare
chr la trot ot navy yard and un- time corresponding tor newspapers;
onaa there. Tlegraph or phone at m> no canvassing. osad for particulars.
Mb. nMhayt y vessel can come. F. Northern Press Syndicate, Lockport,
g. BMwaM, phone M9, Warringto N. Y. 3oct3m
WA.NTED.---dy of prepossessing ap-
WAMlU-D.-MtiL by eperien*ad pearance for permanent position as
M ma aad salesman. Good ret- our local representative for the Medicq
Smm j Address 88, care Journal. Secret Cream for face, arms, neck and
to w ~bust.' The 4neet Massage Cream

We wmat the public to remember that
we am back at our old stand Oa Bast
G0er-mmat stret, and selling gro-
amer am la Pessacols. We mea
wo y. y Ge. W. Pryor & Sm .

W&AMUD.-We can acooomodate a
lo wguets at an up-to-date moaunta ii
beal; eimate delightful ad d wa-
S. maderate rates. Address F. D.

anown. Addro, with particular of
yourself, Medicl emret Cream- SMth
Bend. Ind. 3oct3t
WANTE.-By Chicago wholesle and
mU order bqwe, assistant manager
(man or woman) for this county and
aSUmtinag territory; expense money ad-
vanced. Work eleaut; position. per-
manent. Write at daoe for tull partic-
ulars and enclose self-addressed en-
velope. Thomas J. Cooper & Co., 132
IAke St., Chicago, 11. Noct2w*

mi. Buena Vista, Va. WANTUD.-4By Cdicago Manufactur-
It.i.ti itHoub.-perso otf trustworthyness
emmewhat familiar wtfx local territory
PLUTO! PLUTOt as assistant in branch olce. Salary
Keep your system in good aodition $18 paid weekly. Permanent position.
aa you eed not fear ay disease. No inveetmwet required. Previous oex-
Pto. tee at stomach dealer, for perence not essential to engaging.
-n. wbolemale mid retail, by Js Addre Manager Branesm, Como
MWub. I Block, Chicago. 3oct3w*
MKINO & I UAU I iR .a.terM5 NON-UNION Compositom. Join the
n" deaotor. Fine varniasni, Million Club by coming to St. Louis.
Ml gmtga. Sign parting a aple- Permnnanent positions guaranteed to
dJty. Beasideace phoae 204. kuag. competent men. $19.50 per week of
f ..fty-four hours. Atdress Employment
mAuTrr .-toe to k ow that Y caa Bureau, St. Louis Typothetae, 410 N.
9 I itea, cleaa old apers at a fourth St, St. Louis, Mo.
O&W echap. loct7t*
so TO w- to br t or sB e@a p gA WANTED-- promlnent Monthly MaW
IA & lof t a wll brian gwem"'ir azine with large, highblas circulaR
gga 71w Ts eat is e eo m l t tion, requires the services of a local
4* &-r. representative to look after renewals
and increase baecriptio list in Pen-
WAjy).-Swrabody to kow that sacola. on a Salary asis, with a con-
e 1 of e Oiee fmay be Iitaited tinuing interest from year to year in
ut ea't be equaled. New Orleans the business created. Experience oe.
Qoreary Co. Jas. McHugh, Prep. sirable, but not eusentil. Good op-
awgA0 portunity for the right person. Ad-
WAITr .-The public to know that dress, Publisher. Box 59, Station 0,
we are pioneer Coffe Roasters o New York. locts,
Fiorid. New Orleans roce WANTED.--Job Printers; good job
Jas. McHagh, Prop. aagi0 compositors can secure permanent
WANTED.-The Merchants Trnt positions at highest wages in an open
C wants yourmoving al linsshop, working fifty4our hours per
All wak guaranteed T. B. Tho., week. AmPle protection provided.
i p.. Phm 978. ihjuneiL._.George D. Barnard & Co, St. Louis.




thdmn the mm who owns his own home,
whether in the city or an the country.

You Can Own

Your Own Home

if you will only start right. We hae
started ohers let us start you.

Pensacola Investment Co.
&a. La L mm a* Mawaoew.

J. L SuhAM AR.Pieab. Smtr e. E.uma friasdr.

216 Semt P tds Steest, Pensoola, Fl o rlda.

For sale.
JUST RwAutvmui--IArge shipment of
imported OHve Oil. Retail by pint,
gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso
& Co, ship dhdlers an grocers, 701
South Palafox. d4oot
chaC&n..m WaAT re.duos W.
Makes fowls espeeIaly we flawML
The cheapest ood to be taID& .&L
Mellen A Co., PnoM & 0 oU

FOR ALSJ&.-I am Florida State Ageat
for Fire and Burglar Proof Sates sad
Va,. Fixtures of all descriptions
manufactured by Alpine Bate an
Lock Company of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Communicate with me for prices and
terms before buying elsewhere, Scat
VItt Moreno, Pensacola, Fla.

Do you value your health? If s,
use our pare Blend of Coffee "Dewo"'
and "Schly. New Orleans Groc0ry
Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug W
We have been with you aIn Peasaoe
la sice 1874, and still intend to sat
with you and serve you with the best
of groceries at lowest m.ar-
ket prices. New Orleans Grocery
Co6 Jas. McHugh, Prop. a4"
FOR SALD-One lot of fine show
eases, especially adapted fobr mil-
linery purposes or for drug store;
also one lot of counters and fw
French plate glas mirrors. L,
Reese, 118 South Parate. 23p*
FOR SALW-At a menorale, fArntw
sar. stock asd accoU. Oam at
8-.140 LInteadonda. 5ti
FOR SALE-One Choloe block on top
ae the ridge east of the electrie
railway, between 7th and fth streets
Nature has favdred this section and It
cannot be duplicated. A. V. Olubbl-
Keep your system in good condition
and you need not fear any disease.
Pluto, the great stomach healer, for
sale, wholesale and retail, by Jas.

FOR SATL CHFAP-My three-year.
old Berkshire herd toar, Duke at
Florida, No. 68,923. Also some "qe
young pigs. 1 six-motold boar, all
registered and transferred. Carl Set.
terlind, Chipley, Fla. IlSjy

FOR SAID--Beauttful block in New
City. Tract No. 312. For cash $S00.
Apply to A. M. McMllkan, Court HousO.


10-room house on North Hill..$50
7 room dwelling, west Garden, 3 loi1 715 North Baylen.............. 40
................ ......$1400. 304 North Spring.............. 25
2] West Romand............. 17
3 houses, renting $18.00 per month 806 North DeVillier........... 17
.. 0.. .. .. .. .............. 1 323 East Gadsden............. 15
3 houses (aew) renting $31.00 per 1107 East Cervantes .......... 15
month.............. .$t00. 314 East Strong.............. 15
238 West Government......... 15
4 room house, renting $7.00. .*00 1126 East LaRua.............. 12
310 East Romana............. 12
Two 3 room houses, renting $10.00. 111 Bouth DeVillier........... 10
per month .. .. .. .. .. ...... 2 West Romaa,... ........ 10

For Rent,

7 room house, 91s L. Strong.....$1; 50
5 room house, 413 Guilemard 10.00
6 room house, 409 Guillemard. 16.09
List your real estate with me for

Rents collected and prompt returns

See our board for bargains in real
Money to lend at the lowest market
rate of interest.



FOR BALSE-One 3 gal. young cow
with calf 3 weelp olod, 1 2 gal. cow;
1 8% gal. pat. churn; 1 pair platform
scales, 1 2 wheel push cart. Apply
Mugh Maloney, 93 b. Davis St.
OR BoSALx.-1-0-romoU hose, eorr
. lot, 3 btoeks trqm Palatoq, lot N9
1i1 ae car dae. For parueClars In.
qaire of Staard ClotU n Co.
21 Jan.
FOR SALE.-Comie "Stegomyla" pos-
tal cards for sale at White's Rea-
taurant, two for Ave cents. Outside
orders will not be flleaI unless cash
and postage accompanes order. Or-
der quick. 28aept.

Money to Loon.
MONET TO LJEND-Oa a4 rfe s.-
tase eturity., or. as good collateral

low a. J. alAs. e, S W.
strr .tW. .bury build -
g .. 3**

ONT WLOAANDD na sood roi s
Igalo eU amo ..a
I -. -uot ago.
MONNY LOANUD U]in kinds of pt
oal property Oan short notice.
Terms ay. J. W. Buollard, upstairs
2&% South Palafox St, Phone 44
ONUMNITED amount o moMey to loa
a all kinds o p oal property
*pecdal rates to buaaes me oa Iarge
SThe New York Lean Co., 204z
8th Palafoe.
CS ka 's PawmSho.

402 8. PALAPOX ST.
Watkaee, Chains, Rings and all kinas
at llatwal security at lowst rate of
interest. Bargains la unr deemea

LOST.-A memorandum book on Mast
Garden street. between W. R. Tay.
lor & Co's and L. & N. freight depot.
Reward for return to W. R. Taylor &

FOR RENr ergIa, Fdia aud Alabma Railway Uo.
FOR NT-4 room cottages on abol, T had m a nd Seeria ailroad Co.
Church for rent. Apply to Mrs. E&
Caulson. 3oct2t* Schedule raking Effect May 6, 1935.
FOR RENT.--Five room cottage with Sunday Sunday
bath and gas, 1107 E. Cervantes, two Southbound No. 1 only only
blocks from car line. Apply to H. W. No. 3 No. 5 No.3
Gibbs, at Forbes store. 13septlmO, Lv Atlanta (C. of Ga. Ry)... .12:20a.m 7:50a m .......
,Lv Macon (C. of Ga. Ry.) 3:45a.m 11-33a:n ..... .
FOR RENT.-Small tarm 1 block out-i Lv Cuthbert.. ....... 7:50a 4 5p:u ........ ........
side city limits on county hard Lv Arlington. ... ...... 9:10a.m 5:Up in ........ ...... .
road, with six room house; wind mill; j Lv Bainbridge .. .. ....11:00a.m 6:55p.m ?0am ........
water pipes in yard and all through Ar Tallahassee ... ....... 12:55p.m 8:40p.m i : )5a m
house. Rent reasonable. Apply W. O Tallahassee (S. A. I. Ry) 1:53p m 4.o0a.m
M. McClellan, at First National Bank. Tackllaassee (S. A. L. Ry) 7:40p.n 1:50a.m ........
Pensacola. 26auglm Ar Jack'ville. (S. A. L Ry.) 7:40p..n 10:Oa.m ........
Lvy Tallahassee.. ..... ..... 2:00p.m 83:00a.m S 15a.m T 50p L
FOR RENT.-Residence lately oo. Lv Sochoppy.. .. .. ..3:14p.3M 10:00a.m 9:29a.m 9:5fp.n
cupied by Dr. W. B. Hall, No. 111 W. Lv Lanark.. .. ...... .. 3:45p.m 10:45a.m 10:05a. 10:2t6p m
LaRna street. Apply to R. M. Cary, Lv Carrabelle ............ 4:00p.m ........ 10: 1a.m 10:33p.m
413 S. Palafox st.reet. Tjune Ar Apalachicola.......... 7:00p.m ........ ........

PrftesSa Directory.

Room 405 Thleen Building.

PHONE 569.

Attwney and WCounslorat Law
108 East Government Street.
General Law Practice.

Room B00 Thlea B'kl. Phone 7f4,


Fisher Building, 204'/, South
PHONE 526.



Room S, Brent Building. Phone, 86.

Attorneyand Cum ilor at Law
401 Thisem Building.

M. F. GONrALM & CO, Prom.
iBuy your meal and stock fooeed from
the home p'a-"upcurer, Cewrurlag
hote Industry, amtributo to home
labor, aad leeOr ye momy mfIa your

An Ordinance Relating to the City
Board of Health of the City of Pekm-
sacola and Offenees Against the
Public Health:
Be it ordained by the Mayor and
Council of the City of Pensacola:
Section 1. That the City Board of
Health of the City of Pensacola shall
consist of the Mayor, the City Physi-
cian, the Chairman of the Board of
public Safety, of Public Works, and
the Harbor and Sanitary Committee
of the city Council.
Section 2. That all sanitary inspec-
tors"' ana other employees of the
Health Department of the City of
Pensacola shall be appointed by the
City Board of Health from time to


No. 2
Apalachicola.......... 6:30a.m
Carrabelle ....... :30a.m
Lanark........... 11:45a.m
Sopchopp . .. .. .12:16p.m
Tallahassee.......... 1:30p.m

Lv Jack'ville,(S. A. L. Ry.).. 9:05a.m
A Pallaaassee(S.A.L.Ry.). 3:10p.m

Tallahassee ..
Bainbridge.. .
A r) in w tn -- -- -

7-25Kn m

No. 38

3: 14p~ni
5: OOP. in

Sunday Sunday
only only
No. 6 No. 4

04: 45p.in
8: 3.5p.mn

4:30a na
5: l5a.in
6: 20a. M

4:040p~m .... ...
10: ollp.'n . . . .
6:35a.ai S: 45p.in 6: 35&.m
8: 27,am Ar 10: Ll.p.m 8:247am
10 -1 t; m nlr.,

Ar Arlnuw..u .. .... :. "p.hu ua.m ........ 1u: loa.n
Lv Cuthbert,(C. of Ga.Ry.) .. 8:43p.m 11:55a.m ........ Ar11l:35a.um
Lv Macon. (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 4:15a.m 4:35p.m ........ 4:35a.m
Ar Atlanta, (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 7:35a.m 7:55p.m ........ 7:55am

NOTICE: :-Tralne Nos. 5 and 6 will depart from, and arrive at, foot
of Shotwell -Street, Brainbridge.
Tickets fo# Train 5, leaving Bainbridge Sundays at 6:20 a. m. will be
en sale at the office of the Callahan Grocery Company.
*Train No. 6 will stop 35 minutes at Lanark for breakfast.
General Manager. Trav. Pass. Agt. Gen'l Pass Agt.
Tallahassee, Fla.

ing One Hundred Dollars ($10). or
by imprisonment not exceeding Sixty
(60) days, or by both such flae and
Imprisonment in the discretion of
the Recorder.
Section 7. That all ordinances and
parts of ordinances In oou~ot here.
with be, and the same are, hereby re.
Section 8. That this ordinance
shall take effect immediately- upon
its pasMage and approval.
Passed September 6, 1905.
Approved September 6, 110.
Tttest: OHAS. LH. BJB.
C. E. MRMTT, Clerk. Mayor.
Administrator's Notice.
Estate of John E. Lawless, deceased.
Creol1obr, legatee% distributat and
all persona having claims or demands
against this estate are required to
present them to me within two years
from this date.
MILTON B. nr1Arig,
September 30, 190i A 'mt~tratEr.

There will be a m .ting this
body Om the Arst antd third Redae
days of each motA at 7:0 p. m. All
delegates are requested to t preo-
eant. O W.

Penamcola Loae NE. &. of J.. THE
meets every Mooday at O T I
o'edo at t ir Cals o mSHORT LINE
Watson bu uilrlda g
Garden treetrod : e. .to.L
dialy welcomed
J.M gL MoWmw, a C. c o.8 aam Northwe
I. HORSLEM.L e. ot & .
w 'a

30 AL of P,. meetseveny
o'lock k E her Coned
ha. 1, g~r oof. Mount-
*vim build" South-
wAt oqr V a~and
Garden sireeta V4= 9 hl areCi
C. 3. Levy, ILot 3.& IL

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

Union Pacific
and connections, with through sle-pftg
One-way colonist rates on xale from
September 15th to October 31st. 1905
To California. Oregon. Washington,
Montana. Utah etc.

,, v .. Mo. It ---Mc.o. 3oct3t time as the same may be authorized KnIH.. Cm1. ......
ob the Council. Kailtto M Special round trip rates
WeOanteverybMR SALE-Kill the germs (iffever-byM0tI o nia and the Cnewis & (
st rewl te l rad retail WANToeranIN .- Parties in need of car.peon- eael 3 i OST.-A Maltise Angora Kitten near- Sectiono3. That the City Physician K itgts Columbus on a Portlande Oregon
sox apples to up pReenbak 77 Phone 7. agl ly grown. Liberal reward for re- hallbe the Health Officer of the City are hld at the hall timber 28t
Grecory Co, Jas. Mctugh, Prop. usness turn to Ben D. Beers, at Wm. Johnson of Pensacola, and shall receive there- No. I e Ask for through ra
agent, room 1, old Armory building. FOR SAE .-My residence on East & son. for a salary of Fifty Dollarin ($50.00a0 Ca r station and seIG urH
Aw T e27 sept2m*g Ho ill either including whole block per mouth in addition to his salary Mondy formation frey giv e
WA D-T r ect work of all WANTED. d cook. Apply at 43 of twenty lots 40x1371-2 feet each orOffas City Physician. To the said Health 70 J. F. VAN RE
ads. L a clean, Yeour tam. rM- East Gregory. 23sept2w* quarter block of five lots. Apply at miscellaneous vitaton is Gne
yor dynamo, do your wiring. ot. my ofce, Thiesen Building for furtu- the CiLy and the rules and regulations to visiting Kghts. 13 Peachtree S.
M 570. 0oensatola electric Co., WANTED.-Hotel cook;colored boy to er particulars. C. W. Hagerlan.w AS A PREVENTIVE try Lewis' n- of thave neraCity Boarged of the shallr We.DM.a Ma a 7 L
m dn" at M randl etma t cook in a small hotel, good salary; 24auglm. Malarial and Chill Cure. It cur-s ispeors and other empyees of Record..
L'answer quick, for Chipey Hotel. Chip- to stay cured. It is a good tonic, a toe Health department of the City, $of dn
aaut ag and te ster ley, Fla. 19sept. o ToTURTON o rall si lSns. good liver regulator. You need it a and in addition to the powers and Pemeoa ge No. 4, i. O. .
work O epone3.ResideeW Al ns ad cease fte this time of the yecar. On sale at a duties hereby conferred upon him! es l d o 4 0.0
W aTe D -Ae e ou ng 'persons waa o i n R ht se m ea kretet drugittpratLewisaCo.l. east an ki ns of (e ,v
SAC-AAAl yoXItdruggists, or at Wewis& Co., e a iteat ast said Health Officer shall possess all raM ts overy ThuOsay ewingat 7:V Suif St mship
pheso 2. ACOata & White, 1 are good stanogfrphers or book-.1 trai l t 1 3 Government street. Price, 50c.
keepers, that are seeking positions or i. 18 13seplm. conferred upon the Hea lth Ofr l cer ofo street. V e sitings bree ts e 1r yda'y
PI Tr wnt to at huse diately. We can secure you good poas- FOR SALE.--Sbingles and Wood lfo R ULAR MAIL LINar-Good convey, the Cinfvl y existhtg ordinances not B. WKOV mON W. G. BARROW, Ma
e- orI anyth 01 tfi tOa itions. We are having more calls sale. Apply to C. L. Creightona' ance for travelinS public. Daily ser in conflict here FIRT-CLASS Phd.
sr, will find The Jornal Want daily than we can supply. It will coat Mill, just west of Muscogee wharf. vice each way. From Ch ipley to Bay' Section 4. That the City Health REBF.KA TER FREIGHT aVI
A B O a great mb you nothing to register with us. Meux bea. Address J. M, ggle, Chipley Officer shll have the power to 10, tebeha tw
& Munro, Proprietors, rhe Mobile FOR SALEu-South hafd block 211, 24mcl1 pioen a fny the Bor of Health for a: s fclo eerkI L. B. a l h t a PENSACOLA, MOBILE A
WANTL D--Orm Te Jim rasr Business College, No. 6346 N. Royal fronting 400 feet on 12th street, by pe io a c b e x p hedn fiveda O'clock a ll Iin L D ,MI .
spoe sales aCO dPassm& CAoMal St., Mobile, Ala. l5septlm* 137% feet on Bay View Park; REAL ESTATEL period not exceeding five days. He sisters cordially ivte to DREW. MILLV
whal oe u eit. T outh hal of lock 2a, fronting 40 AI TATE i all pet of e. shall report tov the Mayor all suspen- present. MRS. S. DTHAYR. oints n St. A
Sn haltnd -toe p 15 t aitF, bWANTED.-Trustworthy man to mani n ;Ufeet onha 14thf St., by 137 feet on Too buy the ground and we Wl sons made by him, and the cause MISS MARIE lRE AN. eersetry And all.ote Ado Apa'a.
a t speci rnal Cm 11 age branch oce and distributing Vew Park The only property Joln. build your hoe O long time pay. thereof, wthin two days thereafter a bGHD L
Iv tlert at Joaraal oiM& pot for large manufacturer. Salary to Ing Bay View Park that is now for en2 D. li0le WOilm C CO. and thereupon the Mayor shall call A;.13.
start with$0 rstear,andx sale. The beautiful view don the meeting of the City Board of Healt third Wed even at 7:30 p Leave Pensola ud
W-- T -- d-D4 COmstart withons $1500 s rst nd 'ear and extra Aale. The beautiful view down the bvIe ,---TA I G-oDiamond, or to consider the same. The CitI m., Raord Hall, No. 16 Woet inte m., I.r Mote. Ala
am coumsc smed we acks Oat 0 must have good references and $1000 obstructedA. A V. Clubba. gt clothing cleaned, pressed and Board of Health may in its discretio Idencia Street. Leave Penscoa, T d
town shipmate silited. Write t cash, capital secured. Experience u. 9gpaired on short notice. No. 11% suspend, remove, or aisoharge any J.0TPSW NPr.., c S aule
F. S. Meonlesa o marchiLm necessary. Address manufacturerer' W t*t Government St. Pensaoolt. l inspector, or other employee elected SWY. Se. lacic Carrabele an
21 West Atwater t, Detroit, Miach. u OR SALM-Second-hand cash regiw It dea or appointed by it at any time. i ts
A. L BDGHAM wat7 yor abovia 2 et 3sept. twer in perfect condition. Wll sea Section 5. That-whenever yellow W.O.W. For adt ;cma'
alnd haulag. Re guarantees all break- casuh or or, time. A real bargain. Can SAILMAKER. fever shall exist in the City of Pensa Lve Oak Camp N. 1, W. O. w J. SA
age. Phone 6W. WANTED-The people of Pensacoig be seen at James McHug'L s 22um gL PORTIR, salmaker, 719 South cola it shall be the duty of any meets in Pythn Has 1st ad 3 R COBB,
to cease worryln& Aet The Journal pa.t.e street. Orders taken fo r physician who shall visit or attend Wenedys in each oth. ll Get F and Pa. A
TES RWTAL BUSINESS I s oW Want Ads solve the problem for yo. GROW GINSE Large prosts, tests, awnings, camp stools and house any patient suffering from fever ofsovereigns 4ial C Pensacoa.
specialty sad your badness wAll They are expe": detectives, and can Room in your garden. Roots for sale. cts, etc. PrIces reasoMable. Ua1J an- kind to report such case of feve, L Ll! E Bbh ork
hae caretul atteatlo. D. Male WtI Ind the man you are looking for I Write today tor literature. Bucklga to the City Health Oficer within fire L +
eb. e is included la the 25,000 or 309 am's*Gine Gard. Sanfvlli OQ (5) hours; and it shall be the duty of --W .~ .- .,Oak ro. NO. 4
WOWpeople whidtb makes the population C l3aug3mos. Ot the City' Health Officer to make ;m- Woodmen Circle meets last Thursday !
Pensacola..I medlete report of each sucb case of of each mrnth at 3:30 p. m.. 3rd floor
S da d MR S S. BAY ROTZL--o4pe3 n aIght and day. FOR SALE--Thoroughbred wfite ply- WANTEwD.-My patrons to know that fcv-er to the State Board of Health. Whte n building. southwest erner Manutdrers
War pla. Rooms las ght aga mouth rock roosters, also gome eggs my school will open at the saie Section. 6. That any person eon Palafor and Garden streets Vsting ad Dealers
WANTI).-Oa or two homers; men e~ TtsAe t a btei. y1 for setting. Address Anna Carlin, place as heretofore, as soon as the yel riIcted i the Police Court of violat- roveregns cordially invlt d. Mrs. W. LUMBER. LATII. SAWED
prserrea Apply or address No. I 5i St J Mol gan. le, Sunny Bank Pruit and Poltry'Parm. low fever situatlon'wll permit. Miss ling any pzpvision of this ordinancE A trttb. Clerk; Mrs M. B. Olae, SHINGLES AN")
I. IARBaa, cuy. 3octlm* a eSv Wary Esther, FI. i38eptw*I Pattle Holden. 24sept. Shall be punished by a fine not exceed i Guardian. DRIED SAPL

1 to Callfor-
ark Exposi-
i until Sep-
from your
era'ure. In-
E, A R,
ral Agent.
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linen--.to p-un-----ered. Harolge as, 1435, Aos, London.i
.b.. .4 ut6 iO. u T-l e t rr. J. Schreyer.
STHE M M S .To YOUR Br. a. LDY bel. Wa so Ver a
.,-.K IRT eyser & Co.. 1913.
It is laundered property. Br. as. Labella, Palmer, from Vera
No imperteet work is Criu, to W. 8. Keyver & Co.
The spraying machisil w'eh *a' sent from our plant. hip.
OL ... .. N.I ,-- vBYES- being used by the cd'y app=r to i Kaiser Ger ship Martin 1180, Bre-
ONLY ThISTY VE LFT 'YES doinga great deal of gad where 'sThee -tarh Mtra n ma tto Master.
TI i O' y s ry IT APP R3S pgO are put in use very peiso vWo has TIw S ta Ste" V
S Whad occasion so far to ue t ms- Dh rwar, Swd. Bk., 1271, Osen
PLE O OT WANT TO GET chines, is perfectly satMed wUi the Lau Antwerp, to Pih Pine Lumber C ',
results.Garibaldi, Ital bk Ageno 1348
AWAY AS aAD As r4EY FIRST II the spraying process really proves S7 I en st. Ph** 14 Grlucesd t de Aen 1348
a good substitute for fumigaton, a' G l Nor bkf.-toor icer,. Capt Patter-
THOUSHT THEY DID. great 11 of the inco vee dor Ricer, er-
"discomforts. of fight'a;moquitoes *AKe m-.M L'-ayaKeyser &" o.,n1268.
will be eliminated in tl, gMs .. Ke London orb sak 1227
Thirty-three refugees lift yesterday Mayor Bliss is rather enhsati SmerOe, Nor bk, Olsen 941 Pors -
for the detention camp. over the achievement of tae spraying T..-gr.. A nd to A. Zeli us.
Those who went were very anxious system, and heartily recommends it to iI P.IA. A iTILLS Werner, Nor bk Tonnerson, 840
to leave and lost so ti.ae in reporting everyone. The expenae is no greter -TUM U. STI ,L.L. Botterdam. Tonner"on- 40.
to Dr. Aaeros. to hvre their temper- than fumigation with sphur, and the WJ M 2ioat rAa AT
atmre taoM. Thirty-I!.e applied, but fluid used does not daakge the furnt- McMv illan CBros. Barkentines.
two were retaled, their temperature tar or nouse turnlabings, and yet I r .,*- Alfa, Danish Bktn, 271, Rasmussen,
being athae normaL positively Kills the mosquitoes. I. M-*,' Cears, BraziL
Those who left yesterday are: The mayor is in re**ipt of the fol- MOBILE, ArABAMA.
Mrs. A. P. Williams, Mr. A. P. Wil- lowing interesting letter from 0. i ... ... ..
liams, Mrs. Price Wlliams, .1 Semmes, who outlines his experience Dorls, Am sch, Wilkie, 310 Havana
Hancock, Mrs. J. Hlancock, and with the spraying process: 1 li-m111ma, Br ch, Henebery, 299 Ha.
three children. Intapt of Mrs. A F. Pensacola, Fla., Oct, 3., 1905. LVIV LUa E R.RIV SL vana.
Willia L Medlock, W. M. Medlock. Hon. C. H. Bliss, City. -Mamar, Am Ach, Azchsan, U, Key
Dudley Barrow, It. Gentry, A. c. Dear Sir-In compliance with your TO BE ADVANCED w to Gulf Transit 0.
Hopper, T. W. Rldgley, R. G. Caldweh, wisb I take pleasure in saying that eo. May, Davis, livere, 554. K
SDr. Jno. MacDiarmid, Mrs. P. I. Hil, the spraying machine as used around
Marguerkte Hall (baby) Mr. W. W. I the car barns was a perfectt success WL .MBPP l TROX-I l ; m
Morris, Mrs. W. -W. Morris, Mr and s far as the extermnation o the TE INCREASE WILL APPROX- SKELETONS Of _
Mrs. J. T. Holmes-Raby Dell Holmeus mosquito was concerned. IMATE $1.00 PER THOUSAND aA
Baby Holmes. Elizabeth Hebron, ML-s The cars being washed in the shed,; INDIANS F UND t
Agusta Holmes, Mrs. Holmes, Mtss! which has a wooden, false floor. the ACCORDING TO GEORGIA
Majorie Holmes, H. M. Cooper, Jan.I water running from the tars and loor .
R. Borras, Emily Horn, Miss W. Grf-. has for a number of yoars been stinir LUMBER MAN.
So. i ing into the ground, aa! a portion al-- BELIEVED TO BE BONES OF AB-
The original intention of not alloia- ways standing on the turtace. This ORIGINES ALAIN IN BATTLE
lag any one to -ter the camp unt.! has proven to be a netf or'mosquI- The Savannah News says: Mr. Wil- ORIGINES SLAIN IN BATTLE
the first batch had served out tte toes. Upon your adv!ae I used one liat B Stilwell who has returned to BETWEEN TRIBES.
seven days and left was changed yes- of the spraying machine, now being .. a n. th. e .
terday. Surgeon Banks realizes that used by the city, and secured most Savannah after attending the confer-
the people are not as anxious to go satisfactory results. We used this ence of the delegates from the
, away as the thought they were. machine last week. and bave seen o Southern -Lumber Associations and A special from Athens, Ga., says:
When that ruling was made, it was ut evidence of the mosquito, either In the the Northern Lumber Exchanges, A force of convicts at work on the
prevea t a CMntiual rush ore cards shop, stock room or o ting roo, says that The meeting was a most st. roads of Jackson county uncovered
who wanted to leave but it seen a Thanking you for the use of the m- iSactory one; that the inepectioR an old Indian mound yesterday and
that there is no danger of any rush, chine, and assuring you of my hearty of 1995 those a td at ava- found twelve skeletons, in a perfect
and so th camp will receive occ.- good wishes for succas Ja the work ah,. ."ete thoroughly discussed" a I state of preservation.
pants more frequently than. was ex- you are now carrying on I remain, .poved so satifctory that not a The negroes were horrified at the
pected. The following bulletin wTs, Very requectfully. "Ie change was made _find and for a while there was a
ised last night in regard to the mat. 0. J. JSMM11 The conference was of great bene- threatened strike but they soon calwn. .
ter: fit to all concerned, said Mr. Still ed down ani a full Investigation was
S wnt ell; as such meetings, by bringing made.
Important Announcemn.t. The HMle of the sI. t.1he producers and the consumers t(,- The flesh, of course, Lad all disap-
Pensacola, Fla, Oct. 4,190. The garish, an America fresh watwLether, tend to a better understanding peared, but'the bones were perfectly
In view-of the fact titt so few have fth with long toothed jaws IHke thome the part of both and make eadlor preserved, and the teeth were remark f
t. taken advantage of toe detention of a .rocodile, has a skin that can be ~tle settlement of any of thOe little ably preserved in every respect.,
ad camp, tomorrow applUaits will be re- polliled smooth until it has a finlsk' -s sesoat friction tf.a must arise In addition to the skeletons a num-
4. ceived in the order in which they r like vory. It makes beautiful jewel m time to time in_ all businesses, ber of pieces of Indian pottery were
ft port, due preference being given, of caskets-W picture framms T akUI Oe such cause mmnt.oaed by Mr. found, such as bowls and other uten-
Scoure, t those o reistered rs. d to be converted Into armor ell wa the :otey ls used around the wigwam.
in Permits for the camp will issue~ h o- b n t t oforerse p e One body was lying on the sid 6
CT from 9a.. to I Ia. .som tbes of American havagea a that On fe body w n the .sid,
rothe hidetI so. t... ... .. . ..... th 4 has I bea prone t' with the hands up to tile head, as if
d e Health O er. makes a breastplate 6 can tars ttt loolp Wb t tioa- bee.o.-h abeentw u the t
'. No dou~ there will be quite a nu, .knife or spear. Some ot e foer pe* erece, tq ave eet tg oud a blow. So mav t of theoughd s
M- ber this morning who will apply. means that have been $." I are d. a anto sw lmMbdr.JUt.= that they must have been buried
L About 6 will be given, permits. enough to m b even A blo' .w ft .e ,n.la g ly att there aSter some batte between tis ,
a. tomahawk. The savages., wore this 1, rpientati4tl all the .mbe.: tribe and some. other warlike tribe
e- IanmOU W lndtiges tio red. ash armor also used to e4 .a p ut'.- -twseelateons on South Atlantia of Indians In this section of the stato
-LAst VA~ 1 had6 a vry severe attack met. It was made froiK bl of t1q 00ost s re st well as de"years before the white man ihbbabitd
--of indioadlg I could not eleep at prickly porupine flsha a4bekdes pro. m ie r exchan" s oq this country.
tight aI 'auef td most excruciating testing the wearer's bhL It was uel: alttmwIorety Philadelphii The remains of the old Indians and
paims flo three hbors after each meal. as a weapon of offene.t.g wao Ua Providenc. 0 best at goud the pieces of pottery and the utensils
I was tzobled this way for three r ooin 44i1A. w1 t.f.all the, pieces of pottery and the utensil;
I ..s.tb. .d tI o .three butted their enemies wiltt-k IidSp I } .am... .. .t all the wre taken charge of '.y the county i
tS .. I .d had hundreds of lronie pikesa, ht Sd were ..fL rya.tim. authorities. They are cbrtalnly curi-
Stomach.& W liver TaWets, and re- eoa, lalh n t*h _ou4ItiZ 9. NXortnemmar- sltzes and are being inspected by
ceve ediate relief," says Jon operation was especially platol t keota r. tilwell ei is are ersdg- em being inpected by
Dixon. Tullamore. 'Ontario,. Canada. object of attack. ed, which means =atthe demand I. m.... ... Se
For sale by all druggists. ______ as large as it hao been at any time
.. .. ,- before this seasola and that there is OA*A/ Ai I sllr
FRESH i o sign of a let-up in it. It comes OAW MILL /AN D
UMES 10 CENTS DOZEN W HAI 1 from all sources, and buyers are will-
AT m1 m EU LI I ing to pay prices asked only provided TIl AgD D IAIUh IB
WWITE'S RESTAURANT. Is very often a hard q9Ution for the, they can place orders :at all. II Ml BUL LftlllO
AND ALSO person to solve who la afflicted with It is Intended at the coming meet.
CREAM BREAD DAILY. a weak stomach. Experience has ing of the Sawmill Association here, F R RAI
taught him to select his oo' with to advance the prices of lumber $1.00 VF S LL E
MAIrlfti I1FD great caution or else &affer from at. per thousand all round. How great
:i Iilv U LulN F RLLI tacks of Heartburn, latiUng, Head- has been the advance in lumber tn I
Sache, Cramps, Indigetfon, Dyspepel, prO t seaon, can be seen from a Mobile Drug Company vs. Morris
A TACKS A MA Voitin and fact that NO.n which is the on Lumber Company. In Chancey at
1ll IAUO A 5 PI'II neas. Strengthen the digestive or lowest grade of lumber, next to nil Mobile. .. ......y
gans by taking a dose of Hestettbat culls, Is now selling at as high a price Pursuant to a decree rendered in th
SStomach Bitters before meals ande as the very best grade sold for some above entitled cause on August 10,h
THRILLUNG BATTLE WITH ENRAG. made well again. Insist on baking fiteen months a . 1905, by the Honorable Thomas H.
e brought up. orts have en Alabama, the undersigned will sell at

_Extract from an article in the Nat- _s lowng odescbed property, belonging
chitoches (La) Enterprise of Septem- ptaede y Fnor saean" simtiar laws to the Morriston Lumber Company:
S"Madd ed through long captivity, Gl bem haveexcelle bo5s e engines dxtures
Sa 4-year-od ,,ck escaped from the R IG HI T lr ,,p~ec nts to go by in framing the tools a! machinery, situated at Mor-
'd(r park of aessrs. Hvams and Free- ppos e, nd good gr unds eain Bl dwin county, Al o,
- an last Sunday afternoon and at once so asking .ts enactment Into law. lo t N% o S 1 T 1 S o R..
got on the warpath. Guy Doseno, a 4 R, and the 5% of the SW/4 of Sec.
.negro, was the first person the big 1J 9 S A CARD. 28, T. 1 N. of R. 4 E. and unexpired
seelkw encountered. and, with antlers WThis is to certify that all draggists timber leases on the following lancs:
Slwere'. he charged upon the negro, are authorized to refund your money All Sec. 1, N% aee. 4, fW% Sec. 14,
=wounding the man several times be-I -If Foley's Honey and Tar fails to f oN and S- of NlK'4, Sec.
;fore h<' could draw his pocket knife, It's easy to sell a suit to a cure your cough or cold. It stops the 20. E% of SEU and S of GE% of
the only weapon available, and make man that doesn't ",now what he -cough, heals the lungs and prevents NW4 Sec. 10, Nl of SEB Sec. 26, W
:some sort o: defense. Around and wants. It's the man that doe. aerious results from a cold. Cures la % of SW% Sec. 25, Nk. Sec. 34, s8%
around the man and deer fought, tear- know what he weinets can trlpe cough and reents pneumonia of NW% Sec.36, B% of NWYV and

in. up and esmnerng the eath never get It. that we're -d com tlo. Contains 'O opi NWA of N'% Sec. 35, N% of SW V
blood over a wide area. Though weak for. Ates. T e ulate is in a yellow pack. and W% of 8E% Sec. 3, all except
f'om the loss of bood and with a leg ieO Reft se sub Mtes. W. A. DAl. 40 sres Sec. 16, all in T. 1 N. tL 4 4,,
broken, the negro managed finally to Just Dr ggistad spotheeary all Sec. 1 T. 1 N. R. 5 K., 9% of NE
Sca quer the beast, stabbing It in the rins t o and N% of S IA Sac. 36, NWVo
SaIsandonad t victim and loe away. B d SW W ec. 35, I
iT\gs later were pot the trail and Take Your tim., go through T. 2 N. kR 4 M., part E% of NW% and
th- buck was found some miles away, the stock, pick out what yes TEI ELY TOLO NB?4 of N;% Sec. 2. NW% See. 1,
badly wounded. A shoe ended the life think you like best, study It BUSINES LOCALS. 8B% and NW% Sec. 3, in T. 1 8. R.
, o the animal. well. If you can't decide tp. 4 3B,SW% of NW% and NW% of SW 1
'Some four years ago the oeer waSr day, come back to-morrow or IeBVe------ -- ----:-----I-A,% 6ec. 18, T. 1 IL 5 Z.
a beautiful little fawn, the pet of the whenever it suits Yon. --- In aouition to the foregoing there
grandson of H. M. Hyams, who cap- If you find goods that suits eadudrx & Carpenter will furnish wlli be sold a -store house formerly
turned it whir? on a hunt. When the you, we'll tell you the prie and ~oltmates on buil4tag and painting used as a commissary, and certain
animall grew too large and rough for; make it as low as we am. b give personal attention to work. small dWelling houses, souated on a
hte little boy, and developed into a If you're suited, buy; It youe'l. Strong, and $Z4' ast La a land owned by said Morriston Lumber
magnificent busk. Mr. Hyams decided not, MUeets. Company In fee, and also the exclu-
ti start a deer farm. A number of sive right to the use of a ditch running .(
hre~ers ,-?er ordered, and are now at 1N0 9Har DwD e m McKalste Oertitg. L Co., wholesW through above described property val-
i the park at Victoria. retS s hip chaad ers and grop able for transportation of logs to said
ic hdc I. c man's bya reaw O ( only fr lass houe of the kin$ miU. Terms of sale cash. F.orfurthere i
Sick headache is caused by a disor- the utmost buses corty t aeola. Fair 'es to a. particulars apply to
d( red condition of the stomach and' here. GOG H. DUNLAP, JR.,
is quickly cured by Chambarnin's hym Inferio r paper, wen yo. Receiver.
Stomach and lver Tablets. Forsale ___a I Kelso 54, D~,5y 65 Bt. Michael &., Mobile, Ala.
uy all druggists. an m or Cranes Bond at & V. Thursoat-san.
We willnotbe responsible for any H. 0. O t t H P E M SUm eaTSs-
a.Abts contracted by any one in our looimsbar& lir-.
etuploy as manager or otherwise of CAS aLOyiin VANC"S HALL, NORTH OF AWE. 11
any of our markets.
Low rates at Southern Hotel fr A LEAT KW VAcs MAO L ALEXANM, MN.
I room a"n board.y. M

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The Pitiful Outcome

of having the home sold under a mortgage
may be avoided by a small annual invest-
ment in a policy in The Equitable. Let us
tell you how.

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Fire ... Knowles Bros.

Gen'l Ats

The Union Central Life I

ron Works and Supply Co.

Mantfaaturers and Repairers of
Propt- attention given to all orders, day or night. Agents
for Jgss McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log anid Timber Doga, also
Chains Of aR -seription.
00oe PiIbs" S. PHIL WJTTMAN, Mgr.
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Yor e Life Wll Be a Continuous
Yu ae Life WMBe a Cotinuouas

Round ot Pleasure
If you have Gas Range in the kitchen. Just
reflect on the comfort of working in a cool,

comfortable kitchen.

You'll like to


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The attention of merchants and advertisers
in general is directed to the fact that The
Joural's WEEKLY EDITION is now read by
practically every reader in the county outside
of the city who does not take the daily.
Adertisements in the DAILY reach prac-
tcaly all of the city people and a large part of
the outry people but an advertisement in
both the DAILY and the WEEKLY will reach
a fd them-b-oth city and country.
THE WEELY JOURNAL is a compila-
do 0 dthe local and telegraphic news which
has been published in the daily during the
e ad it reaches every subscriber in time
for bi to read an Sunday.
Ae 00 ---. -- -who b

it s mailed to subscribers for SLOO per
year, d practically everyvoter in E ma


baa a lower death rate, lower expense rate. and highe
bterest rate than any company doing business in Florida
katb ld be easy for you to decide the retL

A. a.& WillM s, General Agent.

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