The Pensacola journal
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075911/00740
 Material Information
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 10, 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).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000373755
oclc - 16280864
notis - ACB2955
lccn - sn 87062268
System ID: UF00075911:00740
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Pensacola news
Succeeded by: Pensacola news journal

Full Text


Latest Telegraphic News Service-1

S .4

-7- <.

A ated Press

- I F -~t- *~-~jP J~ w


NO. 235





Sm Nhn Cm- "m-
SIstigitiS Too

Inm es that Hea Cti arsLai


ew York, Oct. 9.--Chis. Hughes,
aamel tor the insurance investiga-
tf muittSee today declined the re-
publioa so mintio for mayor of New
York. Insla ti his ground or r-
ftU t e mommUlon Mr. Uughesi

'f this 41e I have simply to
my a4ty-as I it. Inlamy judge-
smstI have no right to accept the
seostioSn a atoount public duty
lmtM- it. tL isat necessary to en-
lage m e tmapartance of We insur-
A-N av-estW This is dispute
e isse i with "questions vital
ta bon- tela millions of our tel-i
t wthroGLout the lad. This
-- a nMy mergies. It:
hat I otaste o

tihe a atMatmtioSS Co GA ept the
wot-omr it is my oovktlUm that
dot waokt tonvestigation wou'd be
%ew discredteld, its motives be im-
sa d its integrity assailed. Such
*mtStion would be intolerable. The
k agltaeti inquiry must proceed with
eBuICIaC disinteres edness."




Peculiar Case of Ossified Vertebrae Which One Guard.ad Four Prisoners at Aycock

Precludes Infliction of Death Penaly Broters Camp Near Chipley Meet

By the Gallows Route P Horrible Death in Flames.
'wh=ere +--- it won't do yu --y+ t m ier if A, ,,: fto m, Io,,t was gne peraps 10 o 1 ml-.w assEs im s slbss 'y ari

Cic aotiOet.a.-B ase a pecu- for the death penalty. They can't pley, October 9yockldeBros.umbe Upran backrting bkt he t th e tre Of sad
liar freak of nature Robert Oa"-i er, break this man's neck if they do try dCodur Iq g last night, cremating one heanray that it was Impossible r
to hang him and you may lose him Al- Co durig ast nght. cremating one hea ay that it wc h inposwible or 1210
a prisoner in the county U hertogether by hanging him and falinMg to guard and tour negro COvicts. S hi to rena the chain to whh the
charged with the murder of Agnes execute the sentence in full." -others were lp of the trustre scued x
Morrison, may escape the death pen- It appears that the prisoner is suffer- The Ded. from the burning building.
alty. Ing from ossification of the vertebrae froongtno. (whIte), ng gurd. The night guard who was Oig d.y 22WEI
hen arraigned court today his a tissues of the neck. Accorn SEVENTEEN CASES 22R.b. insono, I The n t g d WaERE RiPORT D
attorney, Wm. Buckner, startled the a well known medical authority only Will Coker, (colored), convict. fore his brother could get to him he
court by saying to Assistant &Aate's five cases similar have ever come to Will Boegs, (colored), convict. ha d perished i n the flames.
Attorney Barbour: "This s a case the notice of the medical profession. Lewis Robinson, (colored), conet As soon as possible news was sent .
SAl U 1111 1at th R t r .+~ tc the mill and the wounded were W W h. o l tM S,
w Y r ft u I Uinjure brought in and received every medi-
N ew York W on First am e o. W. Brown burned on legs, one cal attention. Dr. MoGeachy, of chip. Up Last ht
NYu, td foot .burned to bone ley, was sent for to assist the com-
Rd bert Hodge, burned on legs 0 ad pany's doctor, J. 0. Kinol, In attend-
Of Championship Series. ........ .. ....nMc the offering fa INCLEMENT WEATHER MAY TEND
4 PROMINENT PLANTER AT BA YU Will 'M~cC y, burned on legs and feet. ,E- Fjq.--o-
y A aed P made two runsin the 5th inning and ARATARIA DEA A R ULT P. Peterson, burned on legs and Stephen Spote, ofthe t T INCRAS NR
Philadelphia, Pa. Oct. 9S-New York one in the 8th. o OF RELAPSE-RECORD TO DATE James McKay, burned on arms, legs sa s not bat think amp CASEmt-DnR. PORTR EXPECT
The score was as follows: and feeto o ex. t. heiwiie.. a wod- ano werI L
won the opening game of the series rR. BH.. MORE TIAN COMPARME FAV. Henry Cathoun, burned all over. all over the walls. He and another DAILY INCREASE URNONT
of World's Championship ball games New York ........3 10 1 .RALYwTHTAT trusty broke down a door and securingg
this afternoon by the score of 3 to Philadelphia ..... .... 4 ORASLY W0ITH THAT OF ate ts of Wta. an ax broke open a dow. The EE MOR NURSES-
0. Philadelphia could not hit Mat- Batteries. New York, Matthewson Mr. Mlcnilan, supertatadent ot prisoners crowded out o their sall NINrTEEN CASES SUNDAY
thewson. Twenty two thousand per- and Bowerman; Philadelphia, Plank le a pnt, i sys that F. opening, glag y their hotiC u ntil
sons witnessed the game. New York and Shreckengoet. By Associated Pre Longino who was the regular nlght the guard seeded~ in cutting the
.sons witnessed the game. New York and ._y g rd, wlas not ptut on duty that night ohain. In trying to cut the chain 41 -.
but that J& brother, Mr. J. T. Longlno of the men's fet was badly injured.
Tevx o Tre oops Save N er o~k, T; New Orleans Oct 9-F(ilow- o one o te day guards, took his place. When the fire reached the sleeping .
T CX S T Oops Save N eg e o..." cl ello'e J T. inglino says thatdat about 12:20 guard three or r shots were heard lowiwg is the 5edal s .m-
4 r r lowing s the offlic aye W o'clock hee went to the *ell, some lit- as the Ave exploded cartridges In his mary of the yellow fever sita

FrOm Death at the Stake. New aes tot date tie dletafce from the stockade and pockets or pistol. T lt ght
F 3,212. Decase.. tal Sta t*o dM . T
S Deaths 1; total to ote411.4- P W ye
By Associated Press. order out the state troops to protect New foci6. t \ O v Vosevelt v W Uats rsc t *Tal deaths to date.. ... ..4 2
Ci-ases under treatment18.*Cosaisam"
Houston, Tex., Oct. 9.-Monk Gib- the negro, if captured, from the fury C cases und e- trat 1 8 C discharged .. .. .. 110 a
son, the negro accused of the murder of the mob. Troops are still quarter- s a S d under treatmentt S.. .12 *
of the Conditt family at Edna has ed at Edna and Gibson will escape 4a4#t J* :
been captured and landed in the Edna mob violence. He was discovered In --nI -.--.
jaiL A large posse has been scouring an out house sleeping by another ae- New Orleans, Oct. .- C. M. Washington, Oct. :-rsidet Camp sad Mlr. Owsley, of Yale. he
the country for a week to apprehend gro who reported the fact to the Shanley, formerly of Not Dmkota, Roosevelt entertained at luncheon to- se guests of the preasidet eCo-wte TweVty'two sw ses of ylo
ge negro and open threats that he be sheriff. Troops aided in lodging the ed today at hh ]latatk home on day Dr. D. y Nicholsa, W. T. Re.d, the athletic advisers of their respect fever ad ol det wa the o Mal
Burned caused Governor Lanham to fugitive In Jail. ivon Barataria as e I of a re- of Harvard, Arthur T. Hildebrand and dloewe. 71he praoldent aliMrdd to ast. ._ otfro tne

Am a& -ka __ -



:cliHan Brs. Co. Send Check

- IN ASPHALT SUIT to Assist in Work of Cid-
zens Committee.
Sy Aseeolated Press.
New York, Oct. 9-Testimony thaL,
an rffer to accept a bride had been The following letter from McMillan
aeInto conAecton with the suit of Bros. Co., of Mobile, and the reply
he Venesuean government against thereto are self-explanatory:
the New Yori and Bormuuez Asphalt Mr. H. R. Saunders,
Co. was Introduced today in the hear- Pensacota. Fla.
Itg before United States Commissioner, Dear Sir:--We note with Interest
Qlehrist. every morning the fever record of Pen-
tuk Y. Baldwin testified today sacola and other infected points, and
that a man named Miller had ap- see In The Pensacola Journal that
broached him offerIng to give valuable contributions are thing made to the
testimony concerning tits suit upon clean up funds, and we desire to lenu'
the payment o0 five thousand dollars, a little assistance by donating $25.00
ar. Baldwin says he has copies of the in that direction and beg to hand you
evidence Miller proposed to furnish herk'w-th a check for that amount pay-
This testimony is 1eing taKen for use able to your order with a request tla-
In Venesuela in s, ...ng a suit of that .u p'ac it in the proper hands.We
government for eleven million dollars feel that M.obile aas been so far parti-
against the Asphalt Company fcr al- cularly favored, wnile the quarantine
leged relations with revolutionists. officers have been vig!'ant it is still a
nvrcufmr a how w


mystery to a great many o us o e
have escaped, while it is not too late
TODAY yet we trust by good management to
so through until trust without a single
I sin erel trust that you and

The regular niontbl+y niv tifnlc of the 0" ';"I .. -.....%. .. .
The ard of Count Commhlyssionrs wi all of our Pensacola friends and in
aact thef whole city may be spared from
Wil hed this orni t c Th men0ng fu rather trouble in taat direction, and
ll not be held ingu th n, owing no great inconvenience will be experi-
the quarantine ution, but wI nced frm now cu.
lbe held at the bridge at iBayou Texar. Yours truly,
There il but little to be transacted, McMILIAN BROS. CO.,
eMOcep routine work anid as the mee- Per R W. Southerland, Treas.
luf will be held in thb op.n it i~ prob- P
able that it will be of .ihort duration..
Mr. R. W. Sutherland, Treas.,
McMillan Bros. Co.,
CHOLERA IS Mobile. Ala.
Dear Mr. Sutherland:-I bey to ac-
knowloge your favor of th-e f inst.,
UNDER CONTROL inch ing check for $25.00 kindly do-
nated by your company to the cleaning!
up fund of this city, which has been:
turned over to the treasurer of the;
By Associated Press. fund As one of the co-mmittee, and;
Berlin. Oct. 9-An official bulletin ir behalf of the beneficiaries of the
Issued :oda' annout.e~t i hat no new fund. I wish to thank you both for the
cases of cholt.-a ;ad betn reror',dl donation andtbhe kin,. expression con-
from Sat'iriay nwon ; ni.on vesr- gainedd in .yiar letter, more particu.ar-
day and tha: one cast had o ccurred :. appr.' a'ed account of its com-
between S,;r-da' ni,).,, and noon today. tig uns,'ici;ed, prompted by a desire
t,., lend assistance to the more unfor-
LAUNC4 NANCY WAS tunate of your sister c!ty.
DAMAGED BY THE STORM 1 witch to congratulate your city for
having been so fortunate in prerv'nt-
The naptha launch Nancy, owned in the advent of fever there, which
by B. Edmundson was hbadiv injured _p.-aks well for your health board ana,
Sunday. The vesse: broke from her the vigilance of your quarantine offi-
aioorings in pome n:-.nner and dr!fe.1l cers. I sincerely hope they will bel
do'w the bay 'o the Ble Baru. whero successful! in keeping it out entirely
dli bumneed &aanst the piling for an-ta that an early frost. wil come and al-
eaoe time. la all of our fears and apprehensions.
Thet dnapg- i to hc vcssol is cornFl- Our hb-alth o ulcers and physicians
erable, bu: '.h wa- re ovt-d 'eforo her. have done a goo work in pre-
being poaudcd tj pi'c2C aCaine' th, venting a more wide spread of the
piliZ. ''lever, and if they could have had the

full cooperation of the citiseas fro
the first the results, no doOt, w
have been quite different. WVopew
however, the worst Is ow ibut over
and the outlook will ei be more
Yrs. tn.l,
General Strike In Buenos Ayres.
Buenos Ayree, Oct. 9.-The Work-
men's Federation has decided to start
a general strike. Congress has re-
solveo, to declare martial law throuWlk
out the country for ninety days. '

of new cases sam wee' was We )owe
for many weeks siaee the beginning
the epidemic and these has been c<
l.tinuo decline for several wee
The record now compares more th
avrably with the record of 1897.
at year new cases and deaths we
-o- the-ascending scale oaurisg the fl

, Johj B. Flne%-o Prinedton, and Walter conialder vth Ame part Scublarlyw 09 e Sa B oa
se M oral aspect of the game of oot be^, eaith. This does not Include the
Sa of Octbr, wher both are now i usuch t aetea cases reported Sunday.
Sd Octeo wl boto a re ow 1 s.t4 -.. The incr'ree a the number of
i0 W,--- 1 heg period It B dom" A too"sIstpartiallydu...to thevlgllase.
Dr*. Vbfth onsiders the period of disomalft CC W Us lo bse
age pbut e p *S t o ti" tU& then volunteerr C nsC os tmmitt e,
m d pra sly ptit p t h been orgaahed, ad ,-eh
w"h cooperatios Oa ktp4t e 1ember a t C CWhich Is ftspeetdag daey
R CORD tW ORLANS Ma ea'nme ealSs amsber of blocks in the vi.
d ke Q L A bs O tot g 11" gh
xer yqw Odean Oat. g.-Fonowfft wh" We jao
est the offial report of the fever sa- *,--b.a
of tion to 6 o',clo, Sunday night: objectolonble 4i many ,.esi
on- cae.......... .. .... 19 It is aderstood that noo d e
ks Total cases to date.. .. .... 3195 clust ns were reached- Ind* M,a Nw CasM
Deaths ....... ........ ........ 0 was expected, the idea t the prese*ata Theew- reported Ilt nlIht
an Total deaths to date.......... 410 being simply to sta4 the ball r byi by the various physicians are A so-
In New foci ... ............... 4 In the direction of a modfcation oat lows:
pre Cases un4er A.t4tment.......... 00 the rules of the game, Joseph Geri, Nest Church street.
rt Cases schted .. .. .........586 Geo Berry,. 121 Wet Govermmt
INDICTED UPON '1 Torn e, 41. We t Wright

MANY C AR ES o^ s treet. toorh
',* ,, r/lid ,l Miss Victor Oberg, 1000 North Al-
io, f I// / // canis street.
I I It oB/ By Associated Pif.s. street.
S1 'W / Peoria, Ill., Oct. 9.-The grand jury i L. Hughey, 131 1st Wright
' "ti '" / / this aftrnoo j rted 84 Indictments .tre .t -
St agalnst.Sgaherty in ad Mra .rtz Zeer, 906 North Aloanl
,gaiU. the thirteenreay'repodrt- M es-


Ut to the thirteen already report-
ftr. Frty-flra for forgery each
containing eight counts and thirty-nine
are for embezzlement each containing
six counts. Bonds were fixed at one
thousand dollars for each indictment
for forgery and five hundred dollars
for each Indictment for embezzling
making a total of sixty four thousand
five hundred dollars.




Reports from the bedside of British
Vice-Consul Bonar this morning short-
ly before 4 o'clock, were to the effect
that he was sinking and it was not ex-
pected that he woula' survive but a few
Mr. Bonar was taken wKh yellow
fever last week, and has been in a
precarious condition for several days.
In fact he was very low all during yes-
t rday.



Berkley, Ca., Oct. 9.-f-re is sweep
lng over hundreds of acres of gras
and brush adjacent t to the Stat
University ground' sand laaing
some of the oilege bsIs a. the
midst of a dril of a thousand ater-
sity cadets, President e. NI
*r dismissed the battalions ad
students to fight tmhe it&

Mrs. J. H. Reynolds, Gouldlan.
Mrs. Lowry, 208 North 9th Avewe.
Mrs. Marler, 225 North DeVUIes
Bryant Cheetham, 225 North De iV.
ters street.
Violet Williams, 810 Delaeo street.
Charlie Williams, 810 DeLeon street
Mary Williams, 810 DeLeon street
Jit Williams, 810 DeLeon street
James Heatham, 513 Zst litendeml
cia street.
Ruth Gold, 518 East Wrigh street.
Elisa Gold, 513 East Wright strL.
Mrs. Lottie Crtst, 700 Nut JaIOaom
Ed. Hitebman. 112 1-2 tmh bTrra
gona street.
Miss Ethel Leah, 400 BMt Behlmot
The Deaths.
The deaths occurring during yesteP
day were:
Basil B. Bogart, No. 700 X-g
Alex Braider. No. 300 Mast ROmain
Gus Nicola, No. 28 omth Palaf
leanor Milner, No. 119 West U.
raga street.
Braider, who Is a Oreek, was tal
Ill during last week. He was empleg.
edg s a waiter in the restaurant 46
Nic Apostle, and by his courteems
treatment of customers, and ih
cheery disposition, made many friends
among the business men and those
who were accustomed to take th
meals at that place. He was at o a
appearance, and was liked by evuy
one with whom he came ta contact
The remains were lterred yeaterqa
afternoon at 4 o'clock, the tunc
services occuraria from the an4-
taking parlors at Nortup & We4.
e We fliar r Fever* .
The inclement weather of y)"M
day is liable to eause as increase la
the aImbe of neweases. It Is e .
dally try lg upon patients who a
now eantned to their beds, and A
teda to ems o a spad of the diseaqm
ri. trter twated last RighKt that
expected the number of new U
(COatiMed on Page WIS4.1

1I T WSATHR: Batl and -Cld-
| er Te .dw; fresh to brisk shift-
ag vWds becoming .orthwet;
Wesday tair, colder.


I, ~ i-;n `L -iAL

W -

"~:"~' ~


* . ,.


Erj 1

Ni w

Pae of Interestto AII

-alI Ine les In the diviselt tall we-
mas, whether abe is mart 4divarly ftar or
eslr Ma& g kood looking. it-and here ts
the seecrt of thsk goddess' trmetioi --he
CMtea hseilf as a tall woman should.
MO e ma appreciate the length and to-
fat the itst of don'tt" for the M1
u am quoie ao well ar 0e" who Isi ti ts
etm: tam, ttlge Ks. bewe-er, that eNt ae
ftes wINkiew the strerth oft mind and
P- 18m 1 t make the most of thoe "t't"
m ha Ot rtumn. It' pon math easier to
he aTer* amd to took awkward than to
eftr eftwem in (vose and cealego. hbt
th 1wl6h ootre and tbows who know what
tthey are talking about aigr'e that It Is al-
tOg rwth v w fll to give the don'tt"

st fi saf eme turem may e4"id the
rtistc de of proportion an# the poetic I
ne ofat IAtrtha. at suck offetesp are in-
migameat whte eupapred wi wlth the effect
pudutWe wen a tall women commits the
saWe sl It pts?, hpt at once In the cat-
eoga a the ti posoteao.
t ony f*i the arrar of "**On't" for th
tall me4an 8 -w formidable and dist"nr-
agig to attem,t t" f.Jllow, hbt it inct e
sutb rried edMsBttloe at. ngi as it dwe
frotm fau iors |It fr.weksit r. J- i f the Ie
mana s~e should nhr r .th tft.lyr the gphoik-
Iesvt f4W her se 1 t t hpt otesCrRe to fol-
ow tbem all. It's ntte worth trying. ow-
em', *o *O fthe dltrihely ta claeaw assres

Bsr et Trheim Steep.
"ine out of every ten taU womee have
a Ratutal In linatlon to stoop, iitd etaj'
I'n emae to appr eIms tall.-" pa Miss
It"OFy Tvanast. who b esas only a tMie
short of the Fsi foot mark man lo'oke every
ni49Of her heigiht "Tbe mere knowledgew
that ~eft are awve the avr g e height make ,
you feel awkward. wLJ-h pr4-ves that the
yF t Mteta tinr a ta'l woman to learn is
to forget sheot terself at4 Le.p to keep
fr tpresiang h er hrginoer,- others Peo-
PIe W I e* f'er imoe-e r- make, every pose
aYOe asume. a e B'inaoness o f pear height, '
and t you (think s<. imt alout It. atLy
thomuldn'ttheTy think tr- Wten this menitl
odIB itse cbal.4 ttemn it is time t(, start
In llo-sulae pir#cai aioes.
'u1sy ue think. for instaes, .that many
tal women Pra. aty atto, tlon to what sort
of tha e they alit itn bVwti-r they are
large Or M eall otne#.' They <'..Lt ulesaI
they have made a srtud of such things. 1

Growing Treflis Vines a

Of tbe aniy plt f tht are ut4'.1 to make
ata ttracOher bous,, garden, few are better
Bu:t O to the prUi' '* Z! '*:. rnBs *ud virt-s
These art #t 'rt m-r y ,'y-, '-ative thbt they
('s 9'"plaeA i. ttil'-r -, pttrT' of the ltou*se
It different tl e. rNomiutn, with rases of
el t otaer. aLd thus add greostiyo h t f ern-
o-al set-me of *A4 vtin make tthe ba.% of g.-od flora orna-
m-itation for the winter setsor. indoors.
IFa6 a-evatjy ery de'ict&. these
piiwa, If cared for irte'.gen:.y. : fy tirre-
with so DSat. a1L amount oIf lff 'rt that it :;.
well worrt w hie to aIsk It Mu.t,:, :.L'r
fuiw, be@stift: ani trqag!'. i rep- to gi'a
the Impre.elon. Ire use- taknie: f-rom rk
net"ee in the woods the; it wil. get *ioLc
IS dark p.aees sn.tr-. T(ti.s is a lake.
The fer. oug'~t tL L&;e : : ui-r'- L-" su.n to
thintrcr If r'ant :* .i :*.de for ta:
wey de-voratlo it shoiuldI !e n' ed lttI
a set miy .-a' r-, for as tE M t** -forte c tL
*aft &aS. Arotle.r rece -itr for this tvre
-pepV r pAr- .s &. I.. bt ss. nd. ttad ai
dr'ugaft- '-L.i rv-r Sat :'. as thie enfI
tive fr.,ids are apt tt, ?rv an d die at the
-e.v r ,"d- ;" ,I .-s .," -q'..tr,- r-ac-
watertug note. raly!---tLtil the earth has
tbew me g qlie dry

Al IP fe-. and ld nded any po* hs4 u he kept qct:;'- ..,tr TL.ose wLt. hbve
bast e*nc-o.T: u,:i : groa.!g urf n,ren
ldaors m that they give them a weekly
aItM. T'h i. da.r t-y I .aclr4 the pot in a
balf turbfu: of %arm wta:tr In which is a
d&t of anSimt( tf hi!t ezouch t, cmake the
proce" of watt-.cl- c t e.s: t.. tow-rer
W fronds sti the outside of thI pp: ,b e-a-s d. A p-ant
w!.' grow mwucb letter It a pertect!y clean; I
pot than a dirtTy ( en i its more porous
iaed heahhbf-.. r: kit r.
Af the feras havt bad to be kept near a

In order to appreelate the Important part
furniture and surroundings play In the tall
wouian's appearance take the first oppor-
tunity yTo have to contrast the effect pro-
duced by a tall woman oeuipylin a tiny
seat with that of one f her a seated
la a bieh barked chair. The difference 'a
feet I nothing lee than remarkable. In
the frat instance her shoulder probably
droop Instinttrvely, to be In proportion with
the4r serroundtaug. her kees aaam e an
awkward angles. tetuting the length
t Re ftm hip ta knee, while almost ta-
ertahily you will see her eross her feet or sit
with them in some ungraceful position. The
Impression she give* is that the chair Is too
small and it doesn't have the grost of a
chance to play the part for which It was
orlpinallry nterded- that of a fitting hark-
ground for the picture--whereas a big
larek+l chair permits of graceful poses, while
It becomes part of the Individual for the
tir.me Ilug.
"The same rtle holds good In regard to
low tatbler-s. A tal umnn looks extremely
awkward and nneomnfrtnlle when bend-
itug vter an nanuitilly low table. S ohe should
make it a point tokeer away from any fur-
il- tltt is beftt on n diminutive senle.
I milht .!,! int tl:ls samo line. don't stnnd
inlr clau,l,. Tiers or liner In doorways.
Thr e'l r', entlon to your Lteight.
"So ,r'-,h hasa tbe aid about the way
to carry rr.'s-s p.f tatst anything further
or thl- slt'Ieet seems unrecespary. but it
the tas' wo-.sn wou.d only bear in mnind
that to -op when stnndingor walklc with
a shorter person doesn't take a fraction
of ac Inch from h"r height. but. oa the con-
trary, erphasise her inches and makes her
:ook aewkwiard. she w.;. li n'mort careful
about this 'don't' and Intread of timing to
Iw- 80nimed of her beigt, be glad to look
her List. perhaps to ber companion's dis
advrac:a. *
"'Of eo:re*, It"' easy to say that a tall
womena st a 't't i- r v. or niarry n mania
., i at s .rt tit -i INc)rla;y this
is one of tt'b most important of the "do*'ts,'
li:t ,.! :: shi that l is particular
'd, o ,: -.trve If, however, a
uin'n.. ", 3a(0'4-1' n0 !'T-":' onil fur i a cot!-
',:. r.. fr tr a ,r:I -.r for ;fe, then she
o-n: .'v.s lear .n mqnd a 'don't' pre-
c 0'" : : l -ar consclous of
L, r h L .
"it lI.S t"'b mry z-pe-riere- that more
s t*r: :'. *- c.n. : ;'v enr,';ed theem-
1* r n I f f.-;, r,!,. nroI I believe
that: ih- tru w:;L a'. ta:; women. Per-

haps it Is the contrast that forms the basis
of such a friendship. I never knew a short
man who didn't prefer tall women to those
of bhi, own fise for friends; 1n tact. West of
them who are below the average helgbt won't
even ook at a :fttle woman.
"More can be accomplIshed by dressing
suitably than by any other mntns tol)rodnee
an appearance of graceful proportion," coU-
tinued Miss Tennant "A tall woman can
takl. several inches from her beighbt if she
understand bow to do it. t thick that I
have found the best solutfon of thls puzzling
problem for the tall woman la my seleclton

of gowns worn In Ranson's Fo'Ty. In one act
I make my appearance In travelling costume,
and after careful study I finally chose a full
csat with extra broad shoulders. In an ordi-
nary long coat I would probably reM.emble
a bla pole, but the fuiness of this garment
cuts o t my height, and I're bhad the shoulder
seamsi run down midway to the e&lows, anf
full sleeves set in here which are gathered
Into narrow enffs. For a tall woman this
garment is a veritable triumph: every ine
suggests breadth, and the flat, wide hat I
wear adds so small share to the general
broadening effect. Such a costume on a

tall womnn gives the appearance of only
modern t height.
Low Ieels and Low Colfusre.
"It's really astonishing how much one
ca L do In ttie way of danAm.,ishing one's size
by such simple means as dress and pose.
He*ls.I of course. play an mipor;a~t part In
iuggestlug. or actually giving, addiltlonat
inehe-. but it's e:aser to decrease the height
by wearing low heels than to increase It
very much by the aid of high ones. High
heels--that Is, extremely high ones-are so
dffc!'t to walk on that even for the stage
small women wou.d rather appear at their

md Blossoms Indoors.
rp:s',.r or Ir n very warm room. they may
t'* t' ~ i *:',..f qut::e strong ammonia
w.t T' f-.'-.sL:.g and beneficial.
A: rz, tIn' dc:r!.: !he winter sbLou;d the
p.ents he taker frrm their warm beth and
p acei out of d.oiors. at an open window, La
a cold draught.. ur <'thewJi"e exposed to
si-ri rrTr of't -, r--h"r Theb- arn- much
lke LkLi;ian beings, an.l would suffer and
of:. n ,i1 f7 :L u tr a'nm-e:. nre there
If ;,s.l o. i pants FbriAd te set I,&
tLe &u- i,. a vLruj room aft(r their bath.
u 'n ,' t!.+,y ar dry.
TLc.. -o- cu:'irTt'or. of vrnes is one that
atrar: -, nar-y lovers of graceful floricul-
:nrT I"y ard cliniat are both capal'tI
crf t. -c 'arsp:. to lad Ind-or realms.
Thi,, i :,ty tral.ers w.;i get along In a
t '*r:;- n-:r. r :.w as flfty degrees: so
S c .-ern r,,e l, e f.,t abKut keeping tbei
::.. *,u'g ,n ( the house, e. re in mid-
T i -,

Tle !vy %'T e needs a rich so6! and daily
2:e ::L. t?;, pr's tDnug we:. drained to
'r T f s" a'on at. The week:y wash-
c .: .v.':*-:; navs r in wtc:.i. In the case of
:v 1 r oum bousehr d sofp Is
1 [r d;i :i.'v of a great luxuit.srle of
f :L, I aItt't.?fu!' house pant. No sca.
lug t. L emy of thio vine-an w'htiand
tL-h tfii r water If it us apptled tberoughiy
end r-j:u'ar:y.
As a :re: is vine t.at b'oss-ms the c:em-
atis oI r 'f the Tead'ng favorites, and de-
errte, d; so Th:s al.s requires a rich soil-
one itird (.f tranure athi.d to the ordinary
iMem Lot L., :g t t.o Leary for it. Wbhn it
begius to i 1. -m a semi w*ek:y watering
of manure water will also be required to
k-, I, ;t ,it: od o t'nd'tic. At as. time the
p'- t: sho .e waterped da:.y, toward evea-
ing betiL :h tLest tima,

natural helght than to rti Walking tngraC-
"You mlrgbt tuak tnt a" feet eight or
ten would bar womea faeo entering the
Ingenue role, bit by ocek *Imple litle de-
vices as flat heels, ankle length dresses and
hair does low I tie *aeg and perteetl
flat on top It is quit pesMhme to make bha
seem almost petit. leader worn haven m
advantage over those et the ese bellght
who welsh moe, but eves tee nee6 not
Impress one with their aWus"al eight If
tbe*r follow the take 49 e *OoW't'


The SedaIDe Dfd .

For te young mother w"a w. -
tertate, and who Ito& also the pil
posear of a ew Mb.y, CB t4a flW
an old fathfoud eaadle paMty r -
ligbtftl pamilUtest ftrubaf, t
a novel twem of eatertatnmu t, m-4 -m
can be made asu ermfing and d 1tal aS
blemhm depr date of aslWftiWs
the eOdle party aealm s to be la the IlNm1b
cetuery., eand ft t amaleed by be& M heM
speewand est an oedesu eta*eM
tHiy, whe e 9in s and .sih s w *
vtted to eongratlate the parents ad bt
the Infant heir's hsea li the candle -a
The itvitations should be sent oet g
the babyWe to het htM weeks o Wd O
should be reslt eted e~o w meet
frieu is of the family. and sh would e
of a tiny car sheIig *the chl ftiam
enclosed In an envelee with the
visiting card. Ons ba easd euld be wi
ten: "Candle Pft. Wuaefeday Attaerun
February 12. at rFow o'ockoeL"
Try to have baby ready ur hMs r f t A
lpatUoa by tgivir him a leo nap about
noon. me that the wa mite yr bem
and good astured. toe sMat r I w
prove the center of attreetis. and as be It
too youns for moek bMasdA have the la
trimmed bassinet brought tato the drawtng-
room or, i. pleofte the sIe maW
carry bMe oaa ehrIstoea dltoe. 1i
baby aI attired l hist very best r be. =ai
nurse should be l emmae tlay meernel l'
white uniform, with cap am a~We.
Belect some charming yomWg ma lxM e
dispense the beverage and one or twe at
to mesist Ye In temtaIma. a
We should aio Mhav enebarge Bmo
bus8 Of Mes. o8w8r bow& TheUi
contain squares of the krtoste abe,
Msd em be mame wmty ateweiby -se
tna smll pasteboard eMe wfit whit oN
rebb. s" rea11 tlu the seaor of tah ea
Sa ttay vignette phemgaph itabyltm
sadt. u*w bbi a m p"p o sa th e deOmw
n old palt and arranged aose Ce eS
For the yOug mother wttoI e p
plating one of the detlghltful a atle t
following recipes a*e gtre,. a4d as l
are extreme ly y f ometrawttMl. WM
Hlttle carand ftleethat b m swt I
may be WeedOMy prepared at Mbea

awme i made by beatIe to a mes M
ter of a poAse e o tW t htmt w~VS
er. nduae sgesr. a addba th^e ^
pias ato fowS eggs S t --- M g- a
and on empftl otf NAt: the alit 1PeoW
spoonft l of baking powder wth thS
Meofa pestryBrO and tWr tt1e 30*
0l.tw Add the wif. eW s6 M S1*
inat moenet *ad sIn kt IIE
readytr bowe ta h et so*t a Ro W
trw, tnd ad to It a table o- t l oe

spM6eeaw eof Ceees nets esaN a tNMklsump
ae of su redbo M eette s twe stef

-e wIMth IOl Isb -s, o"rft*
the of essetty the .s imp;
ter ait as bo wi a s at s

IthMe. nM .
teb& NouI an*

saie a to tate n al si -eut

mnoo and lignt MS O I W A
lag pnts that have be *a wOeE d
buttef. ake* to a Qie kOf e AWSSO
stem. Twr eOut eaet l 4ad @at with
etters te ijb t a b*med w ear -
arepeuatagly shaped et" beusIe
together with o a & e Tg Poput g
pae aut ,or whipeid eem m t

Thils sold be prepared the day f
It is to be used. tir tw V piitd
oatm teinto three Marto f bSob s
salting it to taste, additg a S flm a
raisins, two sile"d laros4 a stiek Of d
mon and one nutmeig gratd. Bll Me be W
and strain etarfil., te lbeW e the o e
boas until mady *sere. At MetnsWgwO
heat slowly to the bottlag st. 6d .
quart a hot muk. a pat ofIt a
pint of Jamaica s row and a pt of saM
berry. Pour lte a pechbeowt, whaes om
tests may be kept hot by a day OWspt Be-
underneath. Serve ll eadle as p*. w a
spoonful of whit e-em ad a aIa
grated lemon peeL





* + *^ ,


- r .'



-~P p. -A p




wb!ch can be founS only on
Stn-Bloch Overcoats, pre-
veutl the fasa!t3able, wnug,
fitting collar r cr- rocking o r







Pumsaub Pkys*e

the white linen collar be-1
baath it. Can you imagine WII 0f IdOW p
aa improvement to overcoats e f Fo Y
that could be any more wel-
.ome to wearers than ttis?
Editor Pensacola Journal:
It was with feelings of deep regret
that I learned a few weeks ago of the
S 51 Y S visitation of yellow fever to your beau-
titul and prosperous city.
Of KOWk: HO A few years ago I was a resident and
practicing physician of Pensacola, and
W W Whi having many friends there, I feel that
perhaps a few words from the "store
house" of knowledge gathered by an
old practitioner, who has weathered
the storms of several severe epidemics
Smay prove acceptable at this time.
The great epidemic of 1878, which
swept over the southwest with such
demonical fury found me established
in the practice of my profession in
Cairo, Ill., which place, owing to its
peculiarly exposed position, and at
WIC 15 tU .30 that time imperfect sanitary conaltion.
was placed at the mercy of the pesti-
------ Of course at this time the "mos-
quito theory" was unknown, and the
S" 'ever being pronounced epidemic early
in August raged with unabated firy
U-i I until frost.


WIld Paic Enswd.

mm If Rmm, ti.
Tols What Vinmel aeong the

*To Whom It May Coneern: For the
benefit of the people of Pensaeola p W
ntt me to May a few words In the col-
umns of the Journal endorsing the
peerless merits of that modern cod
liver oil preparation, VinoL
For years I suffered from indiges
tion, stomach trouble, and general
nervous debility. I had spent lots of
money with different doctors and
tried all kinds of medicines, but with-
out any benefit whatever.

Some of the city omfcials and prom-
inent citizens here called my atten-
tion to what Vinol had accomplished
for them, and Induced me to give it a
trial. L must confess that it certain'y
worked wonders for me. It was de-
licious to take and did not upset my
stomach like old fashioned cod liver
old and emulsion; it gave me a hearty
appetite, cured my stomach trouble
and strengthened and 'nvigorated my
entire system. I wish every sick per-
son in Pensacola would try this great
cod liver old preparation, Vinol." J.
S. Darnell, Mayor of Frankfort, Ky.
A membai of the firm of W. H. White

As is usual in such times of disaster, a Co., our local druggists says, "The
the wildest panic among the popula- above letter Ia perfectly genuine, and
tion ensued, and many restid4t phy- we endorse all Mayor Darnell says.
R Xe sicians joined in the gerptal exodusa We guarantee Vinol to Increase the
leaving only three physicians to ad- appetite, cure stomach troubles, re-
"ageImam. M Jdew- minister medical aid to a remaining new the vitality of the aged, build up
6I1 1 0 population of about six thousand souls the run down, tired and debilitated,
I was the only Homeopathic physi- make the weak strong, cure chronic
S. W IL7e01 s m -0mf clan in the city, and beilf tlanb ar coughs or colds and build up the con-
with the disease from experience gad valescent, or we will return to the
ed in former epidemics Into Memphis,prchaser every dollar paid for it."
TFR FS E Y TOl and other points south, buckled ,on my W. H. White & Co., Draggista.
II LLLD Iv armour and -entered the fight with as-
surance of success.
How many cases I treated during science and theories, but who has
Miss Alba Robinson, who was form- this time, I do not know, as calls came never seen or administered to a case
early a nurse at St. Anthony's hospital, in such rapid succession day and night of yellow fever or the young practi-
retuared to the city last night, and that it was difficult to keep a strict rte- tioner who l wrestling with his first
will assist ia nursing the yellow fever qrd. However, the record which I cases of the dread disease and who at
patients in Pensacola. kept showed that out of 205 eases there the sight of "black vomit" feels faint
were but three deaths. and Ill, with a series of cold chills
The maay Mf-ends of Mrs. Amcet It should be impressed upon the Chasing each other down his spine--
of North fLyve street whc has bee% mind, however, that the nursing of a these homely remedies may be put
sick with Le yellow fever for se-',r- yellow fever patient is the most im-. down as "all bosh." but they have been
al days, will be pleased to learn that portant part of the fight, and a physl- tried in the balance in times freighted
she was mican mprovAl yesterday ;cian who has not the hearty co-opers- with more danger than the present
If you have "aet aside' twenty-five tion of a good and obedient nurse, can one, and have not been found wanting.
dollars for the purchase oi twenty-five well throw up hit hands in despair I With the sincere wish that the cloud
little thinxt at the sto es--and 't, by and pitch his medicine out of the win-, which your grand old city- is now
devoting cu hour to the ads. you can dow. u ander may soon b: cispelled and that'
save e dollars of th-s "appror!a- ie From Fri. the sunshine ot health and prosperity
tion." isa it worth while? Diefrom Fright. I will once more shine upon you.
I am free to declare that were it not! W. H. M...R1 AN, .-. .
Thirty4-t.ree defendants were be- for the panic and fear which the men-; eala, Fla., Oct. 7.
fore the recorder in the municipal tion of "yellow fevzr" causes, and hadl
eomrt yeSLerdiy moruofi for trial., th ovtr-worked physicians the assist- Sick headache is caused by.a dsor-
Of this ambe five d.efedants were ance of good nurses, and the coopera- roCK Iondac is cauth ah
Iohbatted, cue case coztine! and tion of citizens in exterminating the lred condition of the stomach an'
Anes lmpo.kpd amountin; to $101. mosquito, that an outbreak of yellow S'ma q iandy cured b- a ~_ b .in'als
Sfii ver would cause no more alarm than t a and ver TlIit. .br
Charge s Sili, who lih held te p -' a pre al^nce^ of malarial fever, and I t'y all druggists.
s .o .of ...bit.clerk t. )Yardm!er:. further assert that nine-tenths of
Radcliffe of A.&&Ndm f.or the pi .3 FRESH
Radcliffe of .hc L,..& N :. for th~e p 1,vose who yield up their lives during FRESH
ohree t years t* nresI it *, that oJ i a s(3urge of yellow fever, die from LIMES 10 CENTS DOZEN
liR to a'~et me wt te fir f right or imp-oper nursing. Of course AT
. Roberts & Co, as b-.keep- imm ate attention of a physi- WHITE'S RESTAURANT
A very important meeting of the Es- ican is necessary, as medication of the AND ALSO
cambia County Medical Society wili patient during the first twelve hours AND ALSO
bt held tonight in the rooms of Th. ofi the disease is highly important. CREAM BREAD DAILY.
society. The meeting will be called ;f you will permit me I will give a :-
to order at 8 ot'lok and all physt- ftw suggestions which will prove
clans are urgently requested to be greatly beneficial pending the arrival Tll D r a o1" nr
present. of the doctor:UULL I LII IlL

The Jsh:nu, schooner Kwasind. o
the fleet of S:nnders & C.. enttro
pe yeate -day ; after beh.g out for sov
eral weeks bringing i. on!y a sm3l
estch of siupers. The' vessel ex
perleaeed czxceedngly rough war nc
%n the gmalf durtug f: entire trip
bust receive- littlee damage.
Joeph Santo. Is In receipt of a let
Mt- from Jeff IMeSwain, who whli
Allie Riera. Is spending sPivral weeks
at Garler's Bayou, enjoying fishing
and hunting in that section. Mr. Mc
b 6waln writes that they have had ex
excellent luck fishing and are having an
exceedingly good time. attending suv
era! dances each week in that neigh
borhood. He adds that they have the
skla of a six foot rattlesnake, which
they killed Monday and which he will
bring home when hbe returns.

If Blue Ribbon Lemon and Van:i;;a
Extracts *il to please you can get
your mon*m back. A trial is a!l tre
makers ask.

AU Facial


Bentiola i it t. only hiarmix prep --
tior tIV; (,, y oblierat AALL
tencal bi mtIes. track o!* re worry, i.
n"E sad exo1w Af(ra few app. es-
t.ano@ Uctloja. ijeaui\ of youth etUilm
atd &Re llt ake man lie from the faee.
IPtr i, the skin oft. elar and vAwty,.
not a wnakleor hlemish remain. B4uti-
oIa ha eadersod br th M Shemtat6 s8d EXprt erinartolnatts. It
ba m tdetade bnt o-.e uantiftui ldie
youthful at forty an(l fift ta they w*M
*t twv tylo uoed by men'with the isaw
wou4e.rtul re"it.. auttotlia retovor r W
TIWGi and al! ItISFIGr'RINKG 3tP
TiONK. Price :Ar 1ents. EtVY BOX
For sale by l dig dramuis or mt
dG~wet to
Oep. t. Lee.Ar

When a person Is attacked with yel- I Ii11IL H il IU[
l kiw fever it is generally sudden, al- I IIII-- Ullll
though the patient may have complain-
ed of general depression, bodily and l I
E m-ntally, for several days preceding I LL I
- the attack, the greater number of IC O T L iF I
Which occur between the hours of CO T N LI I
' twelve and six o'clock, in the morning.
A chill Is generally the first symp- Tl
- tom-in some persons a hard shaking -
S s This symptom is followed usually by I Uli
g a violent headache, with temperature
. running high. and a feeling of extreme
* lassitude, especially in the limbs and,
Sexremities, pains in the back, and y Were
Back of the neck, sometimes exeruciat-
The eyes are inflamed an, very sen- Wa Many O rs t L
h sitive to the light: there Is also a dull & M 1M|Um
1 pain in the eye ball, and a hot dryness .
of the lids.
The bed where the patient Is to be
Should scrupulously clean, In the Three cars, all loaded with cotton,
a matter of bed linen, also Lae patient's jumped the track at the corner of Tar-
t night clothes, as in my opinion, ae Iragona and Ia Ran streets, Sunday
C slightest change made of the clothing doing considerable damage, and caus-
or bed linen under a period of five or ing considerable delay In the work of
six days is very dangerous. switching cars. .
If you have changed nothing until The three cars were in the middle
the slight moisture which usually fol- of a long train, probably of about
!lows the chill, do not do so now, as the twenty-five cars, which was bound for
slightest exposure to the afr causes the the Louisville and Nashville wharves.
perspiration to Instantly cease. The engine was going at ordinary
Preliminary Troetment speed, when suddenly the three cars
left the track and turned completely
At he outset of th disease the old- ver on the rackide portions of the ears
fashioned mustard foot-bath will be being on the sidewalk.
found very good, also a drink of hot The cars were badly injured. In
lemonade It is well to inbluce a gentle fact they were splintered, and will
perspiration, and to keep the patient have to be almost entirely ebufit
well but lightly covered--do not sweat The L. & N. wrecker was soon on the
him. 4% s;g1 scene, and the cotton loaded into
Should the patient become nauses. other crs. After working several
ed and vofuit frequently, place cloths hours the wreck was cleared. anW,
wrong out of ice water on the stomach, i and the cotton sent to the whrf.
covering them closely with a soft fian-
nOl clrth. renewing them as often as:
ithe application becomes warm.
1 have founj when symptoms of1
lack vomit appear-such as hiccough L A CHANG
and the expelling from the stomach of a
sour. glary muscious flecked with T1
brown, that a police made by qpread-1 a
Inc corn-meal mush on a cloth, and
splnkkng it thickly with powdered: ( r e l4t
willow char-coal. is verceffectlTye. Te ; i
poultice shoulS be first placed on a
block of ice, and made thoroughly
cold. then applyed to the stomach, Th Srinte C Food
char-coal side down. Another police
should be made to take the pgee of,
this one as soon as it become. bated. Mb be' amI 8 1
These are old-fashioned home reme- ~ e
dies, and perhaps if read by one who
has just graduated and who is full of


I 14 ~ L

Ilrmfi lIlHlI tl1ltll ll






Smoke and Be







Lewis Bear






I- ^ .'m4
I (Contnedf **am *11 vt 'Pap.)

to increase with each day datil frost.
: He does not think there is any chance
I of stamping out the disease, especial-
: ly as parties persist in concealing
' cases, which abould be reported to the
NoEnough Nurses.
There are not enough experienced
nurses in the city to supply the de-
- mand now being made for them. Yea-
- terday telegrams were sent to New
: Orleans to the Marine Hospital sur-
Sgeon asking if he could spare any
trained nurses. The reply was that
-four could be spared, and it is .very
:,probable that these will be sent for
today, as their services are at pres-
ent badly needed.
V The physicians continue to work
day and night, In an endeavor to check
the spread of the disease, and have
made good progress considering the
conditions with which they have been
surrounded, and the many obstacles
which have bedn thrown in the way of
exterminating the fever.
i Many Cases Being Watched.
Many cases of fever are under sur-
veillance by the officials. In fact it
is anticipated that before tonight sev-
eral of those which are now in the
suspicious class will develop yellow
F. L. Bowen Dies.
A death, which does not appear In
the official report, for the reason that
it occurred after the compilation of
the same, is that of F. L. Bowen.
manager of the Sbuthern Hotel on
East Garden street He died shortly
before 9 o'clock. His death had beeni
expected during the afternoon and
p night.

sundays Cases.
No deaths occurred Sunday, but
there were nineteen new cases report-
ed. These were:
H. Alfman, 311 East Intendencia
Raymond Elchwold, Bear's alley.
Annie L. Edwards, South Clubbs
James Simpson, 1015 East Hein-!
berg street.
Annie Simpson, 10:5 East Hein-
berg street.
P. McGOire, 610 East Wright street.
G. W. Wright, Mast Wright street.
H. Jackson, West Zarragoesa street.
Eleanor Miller, 119 West Zarragos.
sa street.
Willim OlMen, West Government
street /"
rDtnestn Jeudlvlne, 13 East Gov
eminent street.
N. Carroll M Salamanca street.
A. Green, '17 Bst Jackson street.
Mattle Green, 217 Mast Itendencia
lla Greea, 217 .ast Jackson street
J. Dunklu 222 Bast Chas street.
Mary White. 311 Zast Roman
Louise Anderson, ast Main streak

W. R. Meriwether, 420 Bmet Strong
Interesting Sttleties.
While the fever situtipn today is
considered quite bad. It cannot com-
pare in any way with the epidemic
of 1882, when Pensacola, wa hardly
one-third its present size. On Oct. 9,
1882, just twenty-three years ago yes-
terday, statistics show that there
were 64 new cases reported and that
11 deaths occurred on that day. Pen-
sacola with a largely increased popu-
lation' yesterday had only 22 new case%
and four deaths.


-Masl sa d te* It was *t until Pep Immeest I.
(1196-1218) that marriage were or-
dered to be celebrated at or In a
church. At the beginning of Christian-
ity marriage was viewed solely as a
civil contract, and this eonpUmon con-
tinued to be held more or less until
a comparatively late period. It was
not until the reformation that marriage
was fnally sanctioned as a rtte to be
fittingly performed within a church.
Prior to this the customary place was
Sat the door of the church and not
within the sacred Inclesure. This rule
appears to have been tra but
until the first prayer book of Edward
VI. (1549) the rubric of the Sarum
manual was In use, which directed
that the man and the woman about to
be married should be placed before
the door of the church. It was so, I
apprehend, considered indecent to
unite in wedlock within the church It-
self. Chaucer in his "Canterbury Tales"
(1383) alludes to this custom in his
"Wife of Bath:"
Bhe was a worthy woman all her vte;
Husbands at the church oor had she fiv,
So late 1559 Elizabeth, daughter
of Henry EL of France, was married
to Philip IL of Spain by the bishop of
Paris at the church door of Notre'
Dame, while Mary Staart had bees
married the year before to the da-.
phin on the adme spot.-Church Edeo

OneI bottle t
W f T fthe Bitters
I0$ ywlu convince
Vn that it 1*
S t e onlv medlt

or Mat to-a.
Try kt to-fty.


You There!

Hold up Your Heam
Quit Talking Yellow
Fever; attend to
business and go to




19 lbs. GRANULATED SUGAR for t
NEW COMB HON'EY, 1-lb. Pkgs...10c
New Mackerel, Codfish, Fdam,
Swiss, IJmburger and Cream Cheese,
Buckwheat, Graham Hem, Oat Meal,
Barley. Everything fresh and new at
lowest prices.


to cure .

At a meeting of the advisory board
of the Pensacola Classical School hbeM
Sept. 25, 1906, tt wasfound advisable t
postpone the opening of the Comm$
season until more favorable eCoab
tons prevail


._ I

Z !


----- . --lr-r

I0 I I oiPIP I IIg F2I-2 IoIn


lie Possibly, some good result spightIIETW "Hi V

Ss i .m a the New Oieas "rat -SAOL LEAVtES a? vetobe? Ob,
bodilag public sieetAq ao~m m B de LP.t- _|______
erlg letures i the s rs Wrs. to f thick air; soft, even hair;
-- -the end that khowl e emay be mter. l without a single gray I
r r l lly forced aupd the attention of the Brent, Oct. 9.--October has opened Have a little pride. Keep yo
S, ignorant, with a seasonable week tor the drown- long as you can.
Smet.n..g ismo tha two monthied farmers.
i mmust elapseo before a killtt; fret wr! The excessive rains and high gales
come to the relief of Psacola. It Is l of September have. completely demor- seven days have elapsed; but Dupree says that ,he S:ecomyia
-- peworth the while of the intelligent allied our growing crops. We now that have bee isolatedd and reared apart from the makes will o
people o I that city to make a spec anticipate the near approach of an and frequently. Probably after they have digested their bood me
effort in educating those who are ob- AuIumual growth: Anopheles, within three to five days after.1
stinate an, neglectful because they The weather records though for the 5. A period, varying from two to fve days, usually elapses a]
-A-- P g V a afs are Ignorant, and who may be per-as past years afford a rational forecast of an Infected mosquito before the symptoms of yeow fever wil
t. ey suaded that self iterst, a well as of wat t ay be exoecteo to come at the human subject. (This is the Incubation period of yellow fei
SAdwATD ubi debmads that they geve A Ge rai CiCluing of Stores and .1 ."a:ne future period. U1 united Statel' Army Yellow Fever Comnission 1fuH1 that in tb
_ ti_ _",_ AOA__ __Bth ready obedience tm th regulations 'e of ie avBrage conditions of h, onh of ererlmental yellow fever obtained by the bite of noquito
Protecting a their lives, as oell as them f Yom Kipper f c r during the pst qarer of from forty-one hours to five ays an seventeen hour after inn
lives of all other citizen of the com- h o dions to occur again-while any Of a yellow fever patient within the fir- three ,ays of the l.-ease,
1 TOW ..... ...-.. 0Oft M0o0 t5' unity. By eWIspl te abn,)rmal treaks are liable to re- to incubate the poison in its body from twelve to eighte-n lauys
ek 2so O fto***o t o i -----------g--- _C. ur at, a1Y time. OuLtside of what ha'; period in the mosquito); then, if it bites a sureptii, p,'r-<:i at
SMR I previously occurred, there is only a' tion of this time. two to five days must elapse for th. ,-,.,, "o
S...Y..esterday was the Day of Atoe- rtiote possibility of anything coming self in the bitten person. Therefore, inesmat!ne pr-'b
rtap m t at as M s waL~| ~GUNUERY IN THE NAVY "' ment with the Jews throughout the to Pass. yellow fever from a single individual to th, sust-ptih:, persons An
m me S --m ~*world and it was observed y% the Jew- i romi this reliable stand-point th.e ;ment, a period of at least twenty-six days must be allowed to e.
r-* Boston Globe. ish citizens of Pensacola, in a mncs dawn of hope for a fever-killing fros.t the success or failure of any preventive measures, dire-ted t.\wa
M OMVY PMAOO4MA MW APmE PDM9 WNMI A MSiIMLM fitting manner. Every store and place begins about the mlJdle of Novem-' truction of the mosquito, can be determined. In view of the fa.t
4US.ATtiA STA w GNAT AN iS 1111UR0 -- of business conducted by a Jew was ber at Pensacola with but little dan- days may elapse before a mosquito infected f-or the firs' eas
closed during the day, as is alw:'yi ger of the date running beyond cilh susceptible person, this period of observation should be lengthen
At the present time the vessels of the custoji in this city. middle of December. days, which is the time given by the health authorities of New Or
iW= 1 -1 '001-- "tir. the navy of the United States on duty The Jewish League, of New Orleans. Does the frost close down the mos- present epidemic, to determine if a focus will develop from an i
IM1 Io MX L in Asiatic waters enjoy the leader- gives the following interesting de- quito industry, or in what way doe, after its first appearance in a given locality.
ship In gunnery which they won In scription of the significance of Yom it throw Yellow Jack out of commis- 7. The Stegomyla Pasclata cannot convey yellow fever duri
AOA AY R TOBR 8 190 prepared Lr'als. The satlois of tie Kipper and the Sabbath Teshub-l, sion? that the-poison is incubatin in its boly (twelve to eighteen la
PENSACOLA, ,FLORIDA. SUNDAY MORNING. OCTOBE 8, 1905 North Atlantic fleet who have begun which wao observed Sunday: Miss Willie Glass was last heard i bite freely and repeatedly during this period, but its bite is innocu
target pratlice are tleterminei to israelitee, representing various from at Nashville, where she is busy does its bite within this period confer any immunity to the bitten
*:*** IH##^#* *** cording to the decision of the BSpreMe show, if they can, an even groatcr nationalities, residents of differed' taking a lay-over to shake off some of 8. Yellow fever is not transmitted or conveyed by fomltes (
Court of Alabama in the case of skill in marksmanship than their ri- countries; Israelites whose loyalty to the Florida sand. She may have or inanimate objects that have come In contact with yellow fever
WHERE IT IS TO BE FOUND. 41Dickens vs. The State. The court vals on the Asiatic station, while at their homes, either by b.r:n, or adop- taken a few specimens of our attra.- their immediate surroundings.) Hence the disinfection of cloth
S---1 farther held tI this case that in a the same tune each vessel here will tion, will be assembled in their tive sand-spurs with her--but we have or merchandise supposedly soiled or contaminated by contact c
w The Pensacola Journal It on prosecution for larceny of turpentine, try to last every other vessel in gun- houses of worship on S i. day night, not missed afty at Cloptonia! with the sick, is unnecessary.
# sale at the following places ia whether the defendant, at the time he nery. This is a healthy rivalry, and it the eve, and Monday, the day of atore The Stewart party of California 9. The bodies or cadavera of the dead from yellow ferer are
the city: 0 dipped the turpentine, did It under an cannot fail to have lstlnetly bone- ment, in compliance with the scrip- "home-seekers" reported at St. Louis, transmitting the disease unless death occurs within the first th
S Bay Nobel. honest belief that It was within his tcial results. The gunners *of the tural injunction: heree they were rested about the disease (a rare occurrence); and then only if mosquitoes are
S Coe's Book to employer's land line, or whether the American navy today are second "And on the tenth dy of this ten hrs before making the leap bite the bdy before decomposition has set i".
4 Depot Nuw Otantd turpentine was taken tfeloniously, lI- to none the world over, and seventh mnrth shall ye have a ho'y from the Mississippi valley over the 10. There is no possibility of contracting yellow fever from
S Gemn Seek 8torv. though openly, were questions for the efficient gunnery may be said to convocation, and ye sha:l afflict your. Rocky Mountain peaks, to the trold- vomit. evacuations, or other excretions of yellow fever patients.
S Merchants Hotel. 0 jury. be the firs. essential of raval qnper- self; no manner of work shall ye do." crowned state on the Pacific ocean. 11. An attack of yellow fever caused, as it always is, by the
Souther Hotel. lority. The Japanese themselves have Regradless of their nationality or May they escape from all railroad Stegomyla, confers immunity against subsequent attacks of the
S Thompson's Book St. Brother Reed Smoot of the Mormon told us how heroic and re-olute were residence, the professors of Judaism accidents, as well as from all kinds
4't Wwmed l10 Crem P9o, church, has evidently chopped off a the sailors of the Russian fleet that lay aside worldly pares, and in ac- of mosquitoes.
S W h N tne ecclesiastical as well as political went down in thebattle cf th Sea cordance wth the text "from eve o If President Roosevelt vits the NEW DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES IMPOSED UPON
Walker's Book fw ne ecceiastcalas we p of Japan, but these sailors lacked one even" solemnly reflect upon the muta- Southland before the frost falls on
* i morsel for himself. His defiance of quality f/r which no amount of :our- ability of life and. the certainty of our pumpkins it would be well for his NURSES IN THE TREATMENT OF YELLOW FEVER, II
TW g*^-H--= mormon tradition may result in a geO and resolution could compensate death, and with contrite hearts relfent body-guard to be "dead shot" on at- SEQUENCE OF THE ABOVE FACTS.
warm senatorial campaign in Utah- they were not good marksmen and of their sing of oenmion and commia- tacking mosquitoes; and to be well
NG AAY so warm in fact, that Reed ay be gunners.And theRussianswere not ston. acquainted with Miss Steaomyla 'n 1. No nurse can be considered as trained in the management
Wen you ave the elty for y considerably scorched wh th wood marksmen because they had While Yom Kipper is one of the cy- particular. "Teddy" is reputed to be fever in the leht of present, accepted, knowledge unless she r
suwmtr vamien ha The eray orc w th note p ed sufficiety to cle of holidays instituted by Moses, the man without mistake-who can- earnestly., 'and conscientiously, that the disease is transmitted ol
Jmr e s ures all in. rapid, skli ul use 0o the modern and its ebrvance in ancient times not be bribed or forced-his fatal quitoes, and that it is her duty to prevent the admission of the
ti1 wereisr Phase I L weapons on the modern man-ofwar included Lesldes "affisctng one's mistake might be made in heading off the sick room and to destroy them promptly if they should frnd
SPiident Roosevelt wouldn't enjoy So long as the necessity for the main- soul," the ritualistic sacrifices and Col. Jack Frost at New Orleans. therein.
that New Orleansa trip M so much if tenae great navy is held to e- eremonleu according to the laws of THOS. MMILLAN. 2. That as the inseparable attendant at the bedside of the
there wasn't an element of danger in the necessity of main nin the h- Mose and the Mishnh, the ude".- must co-operate with the physician in the discharge of his funct
Sir It. The asghty han ter of risules est ponessiblo dertor e elisnc t h gh principle has been, throughout its dian of the public health. The trained nurse in this capacity beco
S cit. TIMO tthntwleeg t poisiblo dd of efeleneyIn history, to qhote Sifra, raer: 'Thou' ly the moste tndmortanttsrnitaryteentanpreetin
fdesires to try cotclusios with the marksmanbip among those who m,.n no sacrifices be offered, .he ou- ly the most eefient anfd important sanitary agent p preventing
i festive stegomyla, his wn lair. theguns, and the expse of tsv*at. itself effect atonement" day MACKINNONVILLE mode f tin f oiti, her ,nl
the rywdly growing list of those who practice uj'er these conditions is the Atonement among ,, oessoron-hmode
ro b Atonement among -essor* of non-immune) and the protection of the family and the entire h
At" cigarette samking l comntible Mobile was "tight" Sunday with a most profitable of Investients. Judaism ;s no mystery. Or Yom YKp. the patient, (especially if these are not immunes) largely, If n
with the duties devolving po aral- eece. The race mannerpr, ach OWN INTERESTper, each individual asmes that 'e McKinnonville, Oct. 9.-Mr. rnest depends.
r ad employee, the latest being the which Mayor Lyons sat on the lid i as lf rin an he atos the new turpentine man moved his 3. v mrse must bear in mind that the most malignant
MOWe, Jackso and Kae1e1 Ctty said to be only equaled by the ponder- Are you willing to htve a majority and repent of his evil d oing family to the still a few days ago. We patient Is lnnoctous and absolutely harmless to even the most
BAkhead, the maauemeet of which ou effort oat the Mighty Ta. of the people look upon yo and think Repenta -"Teshubah"-is t o in- welcome them to our village, non-immune, if the proper precautions are taken to prevent th
reeetly issued the followtlg order: of your store exactly as it is pictured dispeneablo -rerequisit, to all the va- Mrs. D. C. Henderson has returned mosquitoes to the patient's person.
M e Ar That Chilese boycott doesn't look ia your adverosln-as heti as big, rious meat-of atonement" "Tefilat* from a few days visit to her father- 4. The greatest freedom of personal contact and intercose
Mobile, Ala.. September 1, 1905. comparatively as the A used by eb me in-law, Mr. Henderson of Walnut Hill. fore be permitted between the yellow fever sick and the well
General Order No 5: very threatening in the face of an or- omparatiely a a e -prayer, : by no mea unimportant, Mr. A. D. McKinnon and son Master room, and provided the inoculation of mosquitoes. by biting
s O Nd roompetatof; as beingasa b ter- for thereby th-, soul of man, is s,.r
The smokit ngt mantes y der or a half a millim barrels t risi ing as your advertiseinter- lifted and "t. htt t h with th' 1Ofiord visited Cottage Hill Wednes- during the first three days of the disease, is absolutely prevent
plores while on duty is npr ibited. Souw rec tly booked by Minesomta prising-as being as dull on the day subie lit t patrol the day. 5. The mission of a trained nurse is not satisfactorily accomn
The habitual use of cigarettes o for shipment to China. that yor adver s dill-as not heart wh; 'doko L ver atf Mr. R. A. Rathwell spent Thursday patient, suffering from-.ary kind of fever, in localities infected
or off duty is suSlciet cause for 41fr caring for buslaes aea von the days # kthe eyes o theLord gra- with his family in Bluff Springs. fever, who is confded to her care, is allowed to be bitten by a
issal, that your advertisMng does not ap- 'T h centre iea Yom Kipper ,o Miss Mamye Freeman has returned even if the fever is proven not to be yellow fever. Mosquito bites a
Heads of departments are Srbld-ea - pear? That's Mhow Kthe r will i- th w p atw mIB return p. ? from a pleasant visit to Museogee. and harmful even I? not infective to the patient, and it must be I
to employ those who smoke laattg,. M O CATION p the ate n Messrs. Alex McKinnon and Clove- as an evidence of neglect, if he shows evidences of mosquito stin
T. F. Whttelsey, General M CAMPANiN OP EUCAON rated, boo 'aw unto a igher fe. land Mais were visitors to our vii- 6. No aurse can consider herself a trained yellow fever nur
The order INEisaeempiled by a *EWD IN PIONAOLA4: lt Is a day for spiritual purificatio,, "lag ..
Te re a is m~miPm by a 4 --- "A man should keep his friendships sad it is wfltat we hi., such a ,ay lage Wednesday. has madeherbelf thoroughly familiar with the weapons wha
statement tof te me mos why CiS Moble bRegister. # In constant repair." And a store. Min is pme? to forget bhat he is r-,r. Mr. Robt. McKinnon made a visit peres t he to ectey protect her no fecte p
rette Smaki shodnM be diamuraged: C should kee,% its friendly under con- taL Ie 4 4pt' to overto-k that soe Molino today. those persons who are dependent upon her knowledge and exertilo
1. It is degrading. 2. It is offen. F *9 tinual renewal through advertising of his time should be devoted to t atA dif cultyit arose among tn e negroes from the Infected.
sive to others. 3. It prevents phyo- Theost dete rmlin d or ma -tightelag its gresp n old patrons oonsideratior. of the fita.e-no th e e man stabbed his w hich a 7. The weapons ot offense and dcfene that the nure mua
cal gorwth. 5. It is curious to tae by the phy as who einj le seekmg Out new ones. morrow-but the eternal nego man th e side. The wifeounds several ha l oteag her patients are:re
ervos system. 6. It lres the the yellow fever in m re Individual wealth, personal achieve- ht o e seriou at butu (A) The M r obnet P erred) to olate th Ptient
heart 7?. It to a m of made ineffctive to a large extent b) If a merchant shield advertise. how. meant, or a di position to do o on investigation were found to be 1. The netting of bars must have meshes fine enough to
slavery. It s a st toward those citisers who neg t or refse ever modestly, some article which he none have prerogative to exempt slight. The guilty party made his es- passage of mosqutoe
3sl a"dLve .f. a. It ex- to act la obedience to instructions re would prefer not to selH at the price- any human being from he Odu:es cape, but Messrs. Long and Ernest 2. Mosquitoes can bite through mosquito nets when any
po in a n deil y aoloa- e. 10.It qulrinK that precautionary measure he would never ain wat whether which the Kpur day impose. o went in search of him. patient's body is In contract with the netting.
It a& tn a lnTvalWable bes taken t all caM or f me. Ser after all, hiws adnvertaaicns w e read. of usmare fre from si, ntocan We watch for The Journal for news 3. Frequent examinations should be made to see that there a
to his m m and se L to ae ntaeas have bee. rt e et- a mediator -en! for pi-Jo n for us. of the fever. We hope for an early places in the netting and that no mosquitoes have found a lodging
t his ml ter cand b e r 0.rat 1 d ha b rddr ev d b- Yet the sesage of Kiiaplr dsn a yho e frost and a A decided change for the The netting should be well tucked in to kee the mooq
Let uoleas re gser o aetbe, peat i h t te seot f ll, od ter hel tv degrees.* If your bustaess hba been and sincere in their observance of better very soon. entering. ou he e
the ner, as above, comments thero bito eas t io it thl in crippled by poor advitslnB, or by the day need fear for the future, for 5. If mosquitoes are found within the netting they should I
as follows: to spread the fe On at all do net expect to recover what so'er God decreeth is for "he C NSUS BUREAU side, not merely driven o shaken out.
Stances are e or of persons.i 1 of h tS i B deRain set.6. All ctass of fever should be promptly reported to the
si_.to appltui her to conito and o oe ts rt awaiting his arrival they should be covered with a mosquito bae. c
of the smoker; the tenth reason is made. These sick persns being fre That "There never was a gool HIGH TIDE WAS COTOe a ticularly Important in dealing with mild fevers, especially tn
the C ie that em the employer. lybitten t"y oosanitoes, the infection small-spaced ad. of a b!; store, n. r a WITNESSED YESTERDAY children in localities liable to infection with yellow fever. The dia
ntte of t ineI w ess byakhesm.a wene aheS eal odtabard by the wnsectc. The bad big ad. of abig store," is not The e r wids we rv d le ly to be reeognito.Onc count of th e very idn ed of
the amploye less valuable to his a result of their failure to observe te quite true, but is as near the trut'n as The easterly winds, which preva led likely to escape recognition. On account of the very mildness of
pleye. This can be demonstrated. sanitary re reataents ;s that the Franklin's claim that "Twere never all during yesterday, caused the tide By Associated Pes tome the uaual precautions are not taken and the mosquitoes a
lert Uhs c be eoigaretate sh t r re l tr the nkis la ta ee e to rise to an exceptionally high point, Washington, Oct. 9.-The Census spread the disease without molestation. The mild or unrecognized
tto gtephysi5e the eLsettere and rttis Sfeared thata itohas gotr be- Po r a h and in many instances it caused water Bureau report today shows the produc- for this reason, the most dangerous, from a sanitary point of vie
tMe physiu ho the cigarette and Ith isfraled thatt hea oth be--to flood certain sections of the city-. tion and distribution of cotton in the (B) Screens.
mm r, y oet all who are iared e ot r the health author' If, in store-advertising, "the with i he tracks of the dummy line in Unte States between September first All openings leading to the sick chamber should be screeue
must have observed a g t It is lamestable that at this thee the father to the though-" of effectiv-s certain places were covered wIth last -ear ann' same date this year to be of hospitals, wire screens are not usually available and proviaton
amount of time s wne withem.o to teadicate t h disa a publicity, and grandfa h-r to the act water, and it even reached the top of 14.,455,994 bales. Of this 61 per cent can be made of bobbinet or cheese cloth, which can be tacked or
T.acan do no sted workby them. well howe tom adicatworlde e ans the trio should fmrm a Mp~py family. the bridge across Big Bayou. was exported and thirty per cent used secured the odpeningsOf the sick aroom.
their hands, because the cigarettes is so ready to do is p rt in the cork Fome say it was the highest tide" la domestic consumption, leaving surI Fumigate thp room with sulphur or pyrethrum (Insect powder)
demand almost incessant handling, the people themselves, through oh- rh. oi@1g11 g known in many years. plus of nine per cent. possibly lntdoted mosquitoes as early as possible after the fourth da
r irted f rolows thatwere the ads stna- or ignorance, invite the i Sulphur burned in an iron pot is the surest way, and if used in propi
ere diverted from their proper work ease to stay with them. Manifes*iy hsg .ptmube' S TH E T A A OI ,S ntSSIre O Nabr O Fr colors. Thre pound in an average roo

Sad place it and rlDi n Irt n cse apeas for the frealtw authbore er1 vf f TN SM ISSIO N 4 cent if the room be closed; more accurately, two pounds of tslph
,h .MP e it a the lties to Me aid know where every .cubic feet of space is estimated by sanitary authorities: and o-e

e i n east operation being re. new case appears. For he first thee Ansect powder to 1000 cubic feet will sauce to stupify the mos l
peted a dosen ttmes in the smoking days, during which the disease may YE LLO W E VE mosquitoes will fall to the floor and should be collected an4 b
of e cigarette) the mind's attention be carried from the sick by the mos- hours' fumigation with sulphur is quite sufent In ordinary
co be concentrated upon the wor quttoes, these sick people are exposed 110 W T N U S IT fumes fulphur will not remain long and household Ammonia
to he done. Qick work and correct and the disease is spread, and the to- about the room will diminish their unpleasantness.
ano are impossible, thoritles are absolutely helpless to The fumigation should be done in the morning, so that the roo
aloneTh emp. for eous s eet' ntitet. a e At a meeting of the Orleans Parish Medical Society, held August 12, 1903, free of odor by night, and it should be done preferably in dry weather
lrfte empower would be n ti Another discouraging eatu. of O g1 Dr. Rudolph Matas addressed the Society on the "New duties and responsibill- ever the condition of the patient will permit, a room adjoinin1
Sl nS orbidding the use of cigrettes Pensacola's situatioa iu found in the ties imposed upon trained nurses, and other persons entrusted with the care occupied by the patient should be firs purified of mosquitoes and pr
Sworking hours; and. to make sure protection afforded by wone of the of yellow fever patients. In consequence of the newly acquired knowledge of the reeeption of the patient, who is to be carefull transferred to
getting the timne and the k:nd of'clitizens to their direst enemies, the S the mode of transmission of this disease by the mosquito." fected room as early as possible after the fourth day.
sere he I paying for. he would be infected 3 allow fever r <:qultoes. P- A brief synopsis of the elementary facts connected with yellow fever The work of dsinfection and mosquito detruction. as well as
vl to employ such peor s only as spite the assurances that these mno- prophylaxis and a statement of the nurse's sanitary duties in this disease, is now conducted by the Health Anthro.ties, Immediately after notil
do nat sre (igarette at all. quitoes are the conveyors of the dis- The follow, figures show The Pen- which he had utilized in his teaching, and submitted to the Society are pub- the attending phyilclan. But in isolated localities or when delay
ease, and that their presence Is a sacola Journal circulation for each lashed for the benefit of The Journal's readers as follows: ing sanitary relief is unavoidable, the physician and nurse must
The staff poet of the Tampa Trt- menace to all persons who have no day during the mouth of September ELEMENTARY FACTS OF EDUCATIONAL VALUE members of the household In applying the prescribed regulations.
bane takes a hinge range pop shot at had the fever, these citizens refuse to 1905, with the average number of 1. Yellow fever may be defined as an acute, Infectious, febrile disease Authorties in are of sanitat in New Orleans during th
the Gould-Ram-sey-Wabash railroad permit the destruction of the insects, copies obily: which Is transmitted from the sick to susceptible individuals through the
W taghe as follows decilant to lt the health au th Sept. 1, 5,00 Sept 51,300 agency of mosquitoes; and, as far as known, by the single species, the Steg- Remove all ornaments of metal, snch as brass, copper, eive
Oh' thae ma n shae bright up romenter where he s aa i fumigate the Spt. 2, ,000 Sept 17, 5,550 omya Fasclata, which is the common domestic or cistern mosquito of New from the room that is to be ftmlgated. All objects of a metal
the Wb wher the natives lie own to ethe mouitoe are pt. 3. ,200 Spt 18, Orleans, and in fact of all the localities in which yellow fever prevails which cannot be removed, can be protected by covering the obec
t abash, where the n In otievess known d tSwn sept. 4, ..... Sept 19. 5,300 2. The germ or transmissible poison of yellow fever exists in the blood with paper, or with a thin coating of vaseline applied, with a brush
th lke Sa Hill to andthe r In othfver citappeared theowns whereSept. S 00 pt 20, 5,300 of yellow fever patients only during the first three days of the disease; after- Remove from the room to be fumigated all fabric material a
tad o the am Hill to wie Wa fever ha appeared the disease has Sept. 6, 5,000 Sept. 21, 5,250 wards the patient ceases to be a menace to the health of others. Hence the roughly shaking. Open all drawers and doors of furniture and clo
a4 o the banks of the W sh, been kep, down to a minimum, az Sept 7, 50 Sept 22, 5,225 importance of recording the very hour when the attack first began. The room should be closed and made as tight as possible by
rar in e cities where the fever p. Sept 5,200 Sept. 23, 5,225 3. The mosquito (Stegomyia Fasciata) Is powerless to convey the d!s- openings i chimney, floor, walls, keyholes and cracks near win
pSecretaryred th disease has been eradicat- 9 5,200 Spt 24. 5,5s0 ease to a susceptible person by its bite until at least twelve days have elapsed doors.
the T an a'.so'ute monarced, if t ed css which was e tiremy Se. 10, 50 Sept. 25, ..... after biting the yellow fever patient. Thl period of incubation in the mos- Crevices can be closed by pasting strip of paper (old newpap
t nh z al. A monarch of thed totho ofihting f the e modern Sept. 11, ..... pt. 26, 5,250 quite is the time that is required for the germ of the disease to breed in the them wth a paste made of flour.
tanaa Cana Acordhig to beat ob.-'ehd o,"sfghting the fever; but Sept. 12, 5,30 Sept- 27. 5,20 body of the mosquito and to migrate from the insect's stomach to Its salivary Thq sulphur should be placed in an iron pot, flat skillet prefer
tainal'. sta isics his mqparchy is aLi pensacola suffering rightfully. all Sept. 13, Sept. 28, 50 glands. The United States Army Yellow Fever Commission found, in 1W00, this placed o brics in a tub or other convenent water receptacle
t represented by a a t because the people there-or a nur- Sept. 14, 5,300 S, ,250 that in Cuba this period varies from twelve days, in the hot summer months, an inch of water in the bottom. This is a precaution which must b
question mark her of th ere I rant, nethor ept. 15, 5300 Sept 30, a to ehteen days and over, in the cooler winter season. gard ag accdens, as he sulphur liale to oil over and
qetion ark. acquiring knowledge themselves ncr Total for the moath....... 13,400 4. After incubating the yellow fever germ in its body during the period the house.
Th trusting to the know lce of others Average per day........ .. 5248 aboe specified, the StOgomyla is ready to transmit the disease during the The slphl is readily ignited by sprlokling alcohol over It and 1
Tb ftowln egal decsio ka. whith Science Is set at naught, and both I wereby ertfy that the abovetate. entire period of its natural life, which may extend over 154 days, provided the The apaiet should be kept closed for two hours, and then c
will prove of interest throuahout the Pensacola and the whole coast are aent A correct accordag to the r tnsect has acees to water. (Guterm.) Walter Reed was able to nlnoculate and weyesn t
tarpentine belt. was reported in a re- made the victims of Athis apidlty. ard on file in this oic yellow fever with a Btegomyla ,ftysevea days old. Gulteras with another NT-oad the cubic contents of the room multiply the
Ste of Bradtrets: these b e tall u D A. g 101 days old. [Note--According to Agramonte, Stegomyla Fascit a in HaTvaa the ra y the width, and this total by the height, and to ind th
COa ts r o nrdst hieh s: the comm aity, these people who witl CIrcpation M. can only be coaxed to bite until our days old., With us, In l 4sta-na, says of sWlBf tlecMty to fumigate- the room divide the caMe contest
Crude turpentine which s run froet not become acquae I with whv t Sworn to and suberibsed before me Dupree, It biter without cotaog within twenty-four hours after emerging fro te gL be the amount of snlphr required n pounds.
the bt tof tee into boxes cut into most affects their own wlfarae do m*t this 30th day of Septenber, 1905. the pupa case. It was believed, at one time, that: (1) the females of r8teg. T'g'g e WBroam 15 feet long 10 fet wide and 10 feet
the t to serve as receptacles there- read the papers, where every sort of j,. P.~ -TKB omyla=Wt b. impregnated before they will bite; (2) that the Al f woald equals 1.500 cabl meee dethis by
for may be (he subject of larceny, ac- instruction is daily give to the puo.- N ate p bS. ist ong e c not appear to bite a second time, or at least uoSi e f ors .wiI ri d vi:

ave loam
nte in tI.
ng tust as

in Louisiana
ite promptly
Ral, and. like
after the bhte
1 develop |;a
ver. and th3
irteen caies
es it varIed
Isciata bites
it will have
the expirm-
manifeit it-
e spread of
his envirosn.
lapse before
rd!s the des-
that several
may bite a
elt to thirty
la:tns in the
infected case
ng the time
ys). It ma;
ous: neither
1. e. article
r patients or
ing, bedling
r proximity
Incapable of
ree days of
allowed to
n the black
bite of the


it of yellow
alises fully.
ely by mo's-
e Insects to
I their way

patient she
Mns as dnar-
ming direct.
the spread
recatiaUon of
f she is an
household of
ot entirely,

alloww fever
e access o1

may there
In the ski
the petle
pushed if a
with yellow
re aasfmga
ooket up=
unless he
Iclence sad
patients sad
Sfor salo t

st learn to

in His Bed.
prevent the

part of the

gre no torn
I Inside.
Itoes from
Sktiled In.

his i par.
anftats and
sense man-
Sthat It \a
the symp.
re able to
cases are,
I. Outside
tal screens

to destroy
y of fever.
ir quanttty
im is 11-
ur to 1.00
pound of

toes. The
irnt. Two
cases. The
m will be
Dr. When-
g the one
pared Icr
the disn-
fcation *Ny
in obtain-
direct the
he Health
i present
r and ltM
ie nature.
ets tightly
lfter ther-
popping all
dows aml
ers) over
mrred, ana
wtth about
& taken to
let ire to
opened up
length of
e amount
ts bH
high, we
0a"d ye

*am rm

A -




L II--I II ---



i r




__ __

M.lF. Goemles................ 2.I
South ern States Lumber Co.... 10.1
A : Consolidated Naval Stores Co.. 101.
German-American Lmber Co.. -M.
B E S I I Saunders Mill Co............ 256.
J.I. t Saunders .......... .... 0.
B E SIf E0.t h Co. .eIg h, t Gulf Steamship Co .......... 25,
Stsr may delighft i D. Kagleman ................ 10.A
,e b5a UF RINGj hbut tL J. Geo. White ................. 5,0
8. P. Shooter CO .............. 250.0
NWT Wst thought ofrelvligatio. Jos. Coleman ...... ....... 25.
A. F, Warren ............... .25.
is to relieve all paia. Tkis M. L. Roch .................... 5.
A W ORK Jno. B. Joaes .............. .1
-quiW -be d1 witk M LIN T.H. Lannon &.Co............ 105
Wi[z ]OI M. Wm. Johnson on.......... 25.0
CA letter Music House.......... 10.0
oy Meyer Shoe Store............ 5.
-tAM in"~ S e Standard Clothing Co........ 10.0
rativWe Vn, it has no ses wc Douville Timber and Land Co. 5.0
TR IM E N G S p d U pp iMaxwell & Reeves........... 10.0
[.a the e ntire. t.edical world. s. ..Pasco, Jr ................ 5.0
P. Campbell.. ............... 5.0
vI * relievestheiufl-mmatiol whic] H. H.H Boyer................... (5.
*UIN. .Kr.ess & Co .................. 10.0
'Mh volunteer tspleo, who we Isrritatng your nrveS, reg1- D. Hale Wilson.............. 25.0
giving their services free the O the A. M. Avery................. 25.0
SteIsa order to discover and loe o eanyst bhe c ulatob of ti Gordon & Brown............. 5.0
case of sickness which have not been small blood vesses and, by Thos. Pebley................. 5.0
Forbes Furniture Co.......... 4.0
reported to the proper uthoritse, seti0 seas, gently but cer. N. G. Forcheimer ............. 10.0
||were at work yiesteray, although the H. DeSilva & Co............ 52.0
day was anything but a pleasant one tally re8tors your body te W. A. D'Alemberte ............ 10.0
or roude or te a health a Jas. McHugh ................25.0::::::::
Kie mak sing the rouas ItBS nool Cahn & Co .............. 26.0
eM e -mA questioning the oeupsts" B. Gerson ................... 15 0
YOU an't be sick Ji. B. Gers ................... 17.
Sunday a meeting of hose wo had T be f J. Kryger................... 17.
volunteered their services, was held o tihe Pella action of Green & Watson ............ 10.0
Si e t nt t e J. C. VanPelt.................. l5.
in the city hall, pursuant to a request ~disewSe mkiobes, with this The Pensacola Journal ........ 25.0
hom Mayor Bliss, when plans were C. B. Parkhh ............. 10 0
m outh fc r making the Inspecuon greatest of allmledi ines of Naval Stores Export Co........ 250.
a thorough o. Te oW.. B. Wright Co ............ 25.00
houses will be miaoe each day, an McDav.d-Hy Co.... ..........25.0.

ported at once. These Inspectors are. shere............... 10.0
"y f4w yi clothed with the same powers as the NMH 3 11 a commended b A. A. Fishoer................0. 10.0
H. Baar.s & Co.............. 00.0(
paid inspectors. Although there are WHITE'S PHARMACY, Pensacola Lumber Co.......100.0
| few dty& a lare number of the latter they are Pensacola, F .AC. Brent .................. 5.00
unable to cover the city in as quick Phone V10, Night Phone 44. John Shepard ................ 5.0
time as desired, whereas if enough cit- A. DiLustro .................. 10.00
m i ens can be secured a report covering Alex Zelius .. ........... 10.0
the entire city can be made each day. D. Levy ...................... 1.0
Yesterday quite a number of a &I-. J. Dunham ................ 5.04
tons were made to the list of volnn- Gulf Machine co............. 25.04
teere, but the names could not bes O. H. Smith & Son............ 10.0
-o reW last niA.LY Theli st an0on1 Bar Pilots ................... 100.0
piled up to yesterday morning is as W. B. Lamar................. 100.04
allows: Scarritt Moreno .............. 5.04
M. Williamblocks 201, o,2: N W. 8, Rosasco .................1. .0
204 205 New City. 4 B Marine Grocery Co............ 5.00
| ,blocks ,8, i H. uloer .o.. ...........
Ol Ct.B elcF. 0. Howe & Co ............ 256A1
H. B Newman, block In lh whichth e J. C. Porter................ 10.00
IE S' southern Hotel Is loc E J. A. Chalin ............. 25.01
W. Taylor, blocks 84 Iand 10, NW H. H. Thoraton ............... 10.00
City. J. B. ROberts .................. 10.0(
Hon. John L. Stillman, block 38 Bel- J. P. Williams Co............ 100.0(
mont Addition. T. A. Jennings .............. 100.00
Neils McKenzie Oerlng block 2 el i W 3e TI aions d Geo. W. Wright .............. 15.0
King Tract. tina Cash .. ...................... 5.00
Hon. Col Cahn, blocks 35 and 44 SBe l-eSaef o r Q wuina & Outtman ............ 10.00
mount Addition. Frank Reilly ................ 25.00
H u on. A. H. DAlembertse blocks 4e I iS rib. S. A. Friedmanl................ 10.0
and 46, Belmont Adaltion. D. Dannheisser .............. 5.00
Shs. P orum, blocks 43 and 44, Donald- H H.0O. Anson ................... 10 00
J. M. Coe, block in which he lives. ed by citizens of th cityto the cause W. J. & B rbs............ 1000
J. R. Kellar, block in which Stratton ot caring for the poor and helpless N. Goldring ................. 15.00
leeWorks is located, who may be stricken with the yellow Cash....................... 5.00
John R. Lewis, block 44 New City. fever and for assisting the city in W. H. Wh4te & Co............ 5.00
SgThos F. Wri hton, block In which.he placing Penewla in a through sn- W1rren Fish Go .............. 00.00
olives eIatary condition,, is inning to run Pensacola Stables ......... .. 10.00
W. F. Reed, Jr., blook 14, )kslit low, and as a omoequence the citizens C. Thiesen ..................100.00
Addition. are urged to come forward and con- Southern Bell Telephone Co.. 25.00
Geyo Wentworth, blok 2i, B olment tribute towards this fund. For several J. S. MoGaughey ............. 5.00
o M organ b k Addition. daysNew Cit. only a few donations have been Armour Packing Co...........25.00
eo. T. Moran, block 87, City. made. The oal to date are as fo Dubusson Bros ............. 20.0
Dr. A. L Rettinger, blocks 82 m' lows: Star Laundry ................ 15.00
block east Belmont Addition. L S.: Brown & Co............ 0o00
Robt. M I.ellan, block In which he ThU Donations. Judge H. Bellinger............ 156.00
lives, 421 EL Government. herst a tioir l Bank ..........$500.00 Marks & Gayle .............. 50 00
e ., F. C. Humphrles, 2 bloks west of W. Keyer Co ..............200.00 Swift & Co., ................. 25 00
y the traelng pub with which he DeVlliers, between Rm m Oar- American National Bank......200.00 Mrs. Pannie Henderson ...... 2 50
ws deservedlyy pap iar den. rConsolidated Grocery Co......250.00 McKenzie Oertlng & Co....... 10 00
m Thoa. Briteon, three blocks (not s- Fr. i. Schreyer .............. 0.00 Dunwody-Ailken Co ............2 5.00
'Mr. w Bow w a sbo t PJmlabu signed). Thos. C. Watson ............ 100.00 J. S. Roberts ................ 5.00
N Pew York, In 186, ad was educat- Fr'ank L. Mayes, block in which he nacasihia realty c.......... o00Citizen's National Baub.......100 00
ed at e ise d, Mass He W m as the lives, 907 North Aleanis street. LeL. & N. R. Co........... 1000
son a Ron. S P. alowen, of hla The inspectorsN are mAtr Ntd to re- W.A. Blount ...... .........100.0 F. W. Marsh ................15 00
burg, a pm et.ten of that place port all new cases and ot matters Hannah Bro. ........10.0 RM. Cary.................. 10 00
and, In fact wellkmown In New York to City Health Ocer Plerpont every People's Bank........ ....... 100.00 A Ed. O'Brien ............... 10 00
state politics. He eame south nine day. Penacola Water Company.. 100.00 Pensacola Gas Co............ 150.00
years a and eame Ideataed with Leslie Brooks ............. 10.00 Electric Terminal alway Co.. 100.00
having bee e oted with both the FRESH J.M. C vet..................10.00 Goulding Fertilie CO ... .
Windsor and the Aragon hotels in UMES 10 CENTS DOZEi PePsacola Investment Co. 100.0 John C. Avery... ............ 5.00
Jakelkao loe. He tame to Peusaoola AT A J. W. Maloy ............ 5.00
and assumed charge of the Southern, WHITE'S RESTAURANT. A LITTLE STEALTH Welles-Kahn Co ............ 25.00
May 1, of the pr-ent year, and wa ARhodes-Futih-Collins Co...... 15.00
very l* b elirdld a n up a good AN'ALSO "Let not Thy Left Hand Know What A Moo ..................... 10 00
g Iaem sad mahiag as hotel on of CREAM BREAD DAMLY. Thy Right Hand Doeth," Especial. Southern Cotton Oil Co........ 50.00
the most popular In the c!Ty. He was ly When the Left Is a b F. Brawner ............... 10.00
Bucyrus. They had no children. Mr teaATr S UDAY Ov Crantky. D. H. Klusme (er............ 5.00
Bowen was with her husband and at- Some of the most lovable and best Lion Brewery ............... 35 00
tended him thugh his illness, but BA SL Bgle in the world are cranky, and a L. Bear Co................... 5 000
even the loving attention of a devoted BAqe B G R "ietle" hard' to manage, particularly Windiich-Mublhauser Brewing
wife and all that medft~a1 skill could when you want to do them good. Then Co...... .................. .500
devise was not sufcleat to save him. it is that justifiable and righteous art- L.Fiedman & Co.-.......... 10.00)
The funeral will be hekt Wednesday fulness may be resorted to. As, for Sullivan &,SI.llvan ........ 10.00
morning at 6t. Mionel's chn aeh and WELL KNOWN YOUNG MAN DIED instance, in the following case given Dr. E. C. 'Bennet ............5 00
the interment will be made by the by a devoted wife and mother, in McMllian Bros. Co., Mobile .... 25 00
Knights of Columbus, of which order OF YELLOW FEVER AFTER AN Iowa: Colored List.
the deceased was a member. ILLNESS OF ONLY TWO DAYS. teacher, became convinced that coffee M. M. Lewey, (Sentinel) .... 2 50
Since comaug to Pensacola Mr 9.. BTisw-~n _i _.gher "-'- aBgZonSnaysno s0

ame uam ow waf me.t
~. M TruR. I fm
Smadto %a ow tow ""me
"am ftwi -ft
ban ow itm yu y

as loogga ad best
a aerae .of e9"
a day. wbMye
mm sgeesdbt to you
bsow .ht--v. t-
00*V md sasbw ymst
Owt~ied by docftm mo
bra. 1. hsiag Ls ~ y a4 5 S
idad& 41L bY TOP uft~

ST. Law O ST i-. -

D iu m w. T o v 0 M 1
inso Sswoinmago n .

Ien had made many friend and he had was doing her harm, as it caused dis- Jos. H. James, .............. 5 00
Identified himsei with the spirit of tress and belching after eating. She W. 11. Harvey ............... 2 00
enterprise which of late years has Basil EK Bogart, oldest son of Mr. felt that she needed a warm drink in Moses Lyman ............... 1 00
taken hold of the city. kis oeath will and Mrs. S. F. Bogart, expired Sunday the morning but disliked' hot water or Richard Morris .............. 5 00
be regretted by all and the sympathies night shortly before 11 o'clock of yel. milk. Then our daily use of Grape- Cash ....................... 5
of all who knew .hem will go out to low fever. Death occurred at the Nuts suggested Postum. L. F. And'?rson .............. 2 00
the wife of the deceased In her sad home of his parents, No. 700 Kant "Vor some time my husband, who Marion Blue ................. 1 00
bereavement, Wright street. has been a user- of coffee from his Preston Gordon .............. 1 00
The young man was taken Ill Sat- youth, had been more than usually Aaron Johnson ............... 1 0(,
urday morning at 8 o'clock. He was troubled with sleeplessness and nerv- St. Paul church .............. ..75
Jeasiue ot mestuarr itns. employed at the Louisville and Nash- ousness and felt that iPostum might Washington Clark ............ 0(0
"Talk of a wome-'s jealous of her ville shops, and went direct to his be helpful t dlam. The question was. Whitfleld Dupont ............ 1 00
husband." said a physician of long home, where a physician was squ- bow to pers"ie them to leave off Rev-W. A. Woods, 9th Avenue
experience In New York. "It is noh. moned, and pronounced the case yel- drinking coffee and try Postum, Baptist Ohurch. ............. 2 00
Ing compared to her jealousy of sn- low fever. against which they had repeatedly ex- A Colored Citien ............ 6 5
other woman's eormic ailments. Half The young man had- reached the pressed prejudice. I resolved to try Ninth Avenue Baptist Church 2 00
the doctors wewld starve If It were age of 19 years and 7 months. He had an experiment and make the test. Aaron S. Johnson ................. 2 00
not fo the pvelsce tf Ulhmeses that been employed at the navy yard, but "Without acquainting them with the ML Zion Baptist Church......... 3.16
when the quarantine was declared fact I made Postum according to diree-
ar puelmaginary. Of course, It aint Pensacola, he did not return tons, but adied a teaspoonful of good A Judiioleus Inquiry.
does not do for us to tell a woman to the yarl' but remaiMed in the eity, coffee. I poured itout with (Smis- A well known traveling man who viec
who bas firmly made up her mind that later accepting a position in the giving, but was delighted to e at its the drug tre says he has often
she is ill that Sbe is ot I. In alone shops, which he held for five days be- no one could tell from Its appearki.e heard druggists inquire of customers
cass out of ten she wouM lose ber fore being taken with the fever, that it was not rich, strong coffee. Its who asked for a cough medicine,
temper i n emesult another docter. During Sunday he was very o her. use was continued for a week with the whether it was wanted for a child or
Among certain wa tavardlem ft and It seemed to be only & mild coffee addition, then that was gradu- for an adult, and It for a child they
gives them a disticttio which is case. Shortly ifter 7 o'clock, how- ally withdrawn, until only the pure almost invariably recommended Cham.
gratifying to their self love. They may ever, he began to grow worse, and Postumm remained, and still the change berlat's Cough Remedy. The reason
literally be ad to 'enjoy por hseal. later was taken with the black voamt, had not been detected. for this Is that they know there Is no
They look for the detas vilt to expiring at 10:45 o'clock. "Two things were very noticeable, danger from it and that It always
them or thdr call at his l e e as the He leaves a mother and father, however, that my daughter had begun cures. There is not the least danger
most excittng event of te day If grand-mother, two sisters and three to rapidly Improve In health, her dys- in giving it, and for coughs, colds and
they kno w brothers to moua his los, adds pes left, and my husband was en- croup it Is unsurpassed. For aah by
they know him well enough, .they to- to a large number of friends )yWtg sweet, refreshing sleep. all druggists.
plore him to wave prolesslo al e T7e funeral services will be on "Wben I vrture to tell them what I l
quette and tell thl about amets ducted from the family residence this had do.e, he asked for a return to the
of other women who eemsit h. Wo' morning at 10 o'clock. comee, sad I gladly made it for him; TO THE PUBLC.
men of this I,-esertim-and they afe ut one day satoised him, the old We will not be responsible for sy
leIon-ahave a eavft fr O artyrdoa. NICE, FRESH MOBILE OYSTERf slee.lessais came back sad he told a*bts 6en9t14e by say oe la Iour
which 6set*in" As 1isjr1y ilinem ON TH4E HALF SHELL AT NICJ me he liked the Postum better.I So employ as manager or otherwbe 4C
sems to eatlsr.'--New Tteek lims AsT LE -tTAuA we have used it ever since to the base- aSy of wA ts.
ms tTo*rAPOSTLE'S RSTAURANT EVERY ft of the whole family." Name given L. MO AN a BRO
NICE FREIH OYSTERS ON THE DAY. by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. -
NICE FRESH QYSTERSI ON THE DAYr tYook In each packager for the famn- NIC,=a PM, aS" ER ON "
,-ALF &SHEI DAILY AT WICK Low rates at Southern Hotel 1or ous little book "The R 4 d to elal. I IY AT
I APOSTLE rooms and board. viU,e
++ -


Gemt Beer caw
the rich aroma of
the hop fields, and
the superb flvor of
the best material
and brewing. It
completely Mt'fie
the beer thirt of
the most critical



S GerstBeeris aben*
S1,(.-al beverage fo
a i who are weak or
nervous. It con.
Svovs nutrition to
tihe b(dy, and food
to the exhausted
nerves. Call fo
9 "Gerst Beer, mal
famous by the sunit
Gerst Brewing C








9 their yeov w wer MaitUUes of
yesterday was that oa Mr. F. I Bowen.
mamager 0 f the 6--tbM Imbtl 0
which he had had chaqe loe May
1. last.
The news of this gentleman's death
will be receive wfth deepest regret
bI all whe knew him, and especially

c" HY1


00 R does not oe on in a day; the THE STRONGEST
)o causes that produce it work silently in the system for years. This insidlok
0 disease becomes inteached in the blood, and some exposure to cold or
M0 weather, or slight indiscretion brings on an attack. l'oor digestion, sto
00 troubles, weak Kidneys, torpid Liver, and a general sluggish condition
o0 the system are responsible for Rheumatism. Fo.-d souring in the stomn
0 poisons the blood, the failure of the Kidneys and Liver to act properly les~
o0 waste matter and impurities in the system, which. coming in contact with
00 the natural acids of the body, form uric acid. This is absorbed by the blood.
0 and as it penetrates to the muscles, nerves and bones produces the terrible
00 pains and aches and other disagreeable symptoms of Rheumatism. Life is
0, made a torture by its excruciating pains, nerves are shattered, the health nu.
?0 dermined, and if the disease is not checked it bre.iks down the strongest corn
o0 stitution. It will notdo to depend on plasters. liniments. etc : such treatment
0j is helpful in easing the pain and reducing the indlamniation. but does not
0; reach the blood where the real trouble is located. S. S S. cures Rheumatism
!0 by purifying and ir,. :-;rating the thin, acrid
Go blood, driving out .i'1 iipurities.'nd poisons and
sending a stream of strung, rtih bolt to wash
s0 s out all irritating particles tl,.it are causing the
)0 pain and inflammation. S. S. S. stimulates the
O PURELY VEGETABLE. sluggish organs to better action, tones up tbM
DO stomach and digestion, restores nervous energy
o0 and builds up the entire health. S. S. S. cures Rheumatism, whether aceu
U or chronic, and the cure is thorough and lasting. Book on Rheumatisi
o iand any medical advice desired without charge.

o0 No. 50M3.
N H. L. COVINGT3N, President M. E. CLARK. Caahler.
9 C. W. LAMAR. Vite-President. JNO PrEIFFER, Aset Cashier.

M Capital Stock, $200,000 Surplus, $40,000
0 Heary I& Covington, S. J. Foshee.
)0 J. Pfeiffer. A. Avery,
0 3ryan Dwedy, . Maura, Jr
0 Prank Leilly, W. L Cawtaoa,
W. S. Rossae C. A. O'Neal,
T. F. MoGourIn. Dr. W. J. Hannsa.
0 &. L Brawer, McKensle Oerting.
0 C. W. l aar, AJex McOowla,
I J. It. Sanders. C. M. Covlnagton.
* AOeuts of ant4,la dlviduati, Corpratlins, and Firms SIteoMd.
0 FePw r pers laterest paid on Time Depoelts.

p WM. H. KTOWLUW, PrIsdeat. W. K. HYNR, JR.. V.-Pres. sa
TI7O". W. W T. ASLt. COahler. W. N. ROBIRTS, Asst. Cashier.

First National Ban

DIRECTORS F, C Brent, V A. Blount. W V H.
V. K. Hyer, jr.. D. G. Brent.

Foreign a Dmestic Ecane Bought and
We draw our own 1tile of Ex- Vessels disbursed upon the n M
change on great Jrltalnm Ireland, Favorable Terms, and their elb
Germany, FrmW Austria, Italy,' gatlons taken pay&*pleat
Holland, Spaie, elgtwum Rusela,payap t
Norway, weden, Denmark, and Destination Ten Days After Veo
other European eountwe. sel Arrives there.

Safety Deposit or Rent, in Connection with which
have a Private DepvrVPaet for the use of Renters.

a.e.f4 --h .ct pa u m..

L I. 31l15s 1ssm. ,. wLLs. ,vxcaw iasa?,.
A. M. BhMu._, OAiSa MAMSnILD MORKIO, Ar. Oaasms
OItiwew National Bmnk,
of 4o per w. Floredrs.

as M.aW BlM. L. sIltoes Oesr.

J. ; RRai PsealdeMt E. W. MmNE"W'. Caalb .
R. 3. CAST, Vlce-PresidenL
Disrsctor-4L J. Rieves, J. 8. Rese. W. DeC. Kessler, CayM. ,
S W. A. D'AIlmbeit t. A. Jennlngs.

*"* "* .'


*'** ^ :

-. 1 .* ~

THE PENSACOLA J@UUW*jk#,-.uaf AY MO* Mo~dOT~*R to.is, es

-" .

aw I AILN L a.

-rm.. La s



L esS KER'S WEDDING, o Mr. ad Mrs. Joseph Walter Berr-t,
O ALTIMORE PAPERS. to Wmn. DOormls Kemler, of Pensa-!
cola, Fla., took place teday at noon at
Sfo allowing accounts of Mr. Kess- the Chatek of the Holy Trinity. The i
a wedding in Sykesville, Md. will ceremony was performed by Rev. W.
read with interest by his home H. Pool. The ushers were Dr. James i
The first is from the Balti- mod, Westminster, Md.; George Park.
SUn, Oct. 4: William Booper, Baltimore, and James
At the Church of the Holy Trinity. George. The best man was Frank
Sykesville. today Miss Eleanor Win- Wilcox, of Norfolk, Va. The bride
Berrstt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs- entered the church with her father,
Walter Berrntit. was married y whom s he ws given away. Miss'
Mr. William De Cornis Kassler. of Ruth Beret, sister of the bride, was
la, Fla.,. by Rev. W. H. Pool. maid of honor. The bridesmaids were T
ushers were George Park,,. Wil- Miss Allee Kessler and Miss Bertha (Formerly Advertised And Sold emW
Hooper. of Baltimore; Dr. Janes( George. The leading march was play ...&ATINOLA.... -
of Westmins:er. and james ed by Miss Louisa Campbell, ot No change in Formula or Package.
Mr. Frank Willox. ot Nor- Charles Town. W. Va. This is the first' The NAME only has been changed to
Va.. was the groomsWan. The wedding that has been celebrated in! avoid confusion, as we cannot atord
t maids were M.s Alice Kessler this church for 36 years. Then the to have so valuable preparation con-
Miss Bertha George, Miss Rh bride's annt, Miss nagenia Berret, was fused with any other.)
.sister of *tie brite, was maid married to James George, of Balti- NAOINOLA is guaranteed, and mey
hemor. rMore will be refunded In every cawe where
A reception was bhel after the cer1- After the wedding a reception was it fails to remove freckles, pimples,
at the brides lome. The names held at the home of the bride, Never! liver-spots, collar discolorations, al-
Sthose eiertained at Th' house Die Hall. The names of the guests lowness. sun-tan, blackheads, disrg-
several-days prior to the wed- who are staying at Never Die Hall are during eruptions, etc. The worse cases
were Miss N. G-rStcl of Key.ser, Miss N. P. Gerstell. Keyser, W. Va.; in 20 days. Leaves the skin clear,
Va.; M ewes8 Co-nelia and Elie M'ises Cornelia and Elzie Lindsay. soft, healthy, and restores the beauty
i My, of New York. and Miss Alice Hampton, Va.: Miss Maude Crane, New of youth.
er, of Florida. Mrs James York. Mrs. James George entertain- Price, 50cts and $1.00.. Sold in each
gave an ente-rtainment Tues ed the wedding guests last night. city oy all leading druggists, or by
night to the bridal party. The couple left at 2 o'clock in an mail.
e present at the reception were automobile for Baltimore whenc-e- Prepar.d only by
Harry Derries. Mrs. Newton evy- tLey will take an extended bridal trip! NATIONAL TOILET CO., Paris, Tena.
Mrs. Thos. Anderson. Syk1es ille; north. They will reside at Pensacola,
Willhelm. Mrs. J. W. Sipple. Miss Fla.
d De lAshmutt, Mrs. James and no were buttons were founl In
e, Miss IAlia G;orge. sur.: and the basket.-Tampa Herald.
n. respectively. of the bride. Miss BONACKI-.COTT. -
via Reed. of Virginia; Mrs. Frank Friend of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Bon- ANOTHER YEAR.
as. of W.estminster; Ms Grace acker a" of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wil- To whom will we in frIendship cling,
Mrs. W. H D Warfeld. of son, will be interested in reading of Another year from now?
ville. Md.; Mrs. Mary Betts, their brother's marriage, referring to What cherished hopes -rom fond
Bennett. of Westmifster; Miss which the Tampa Tribune says: hearts spring
Hewett. Mrs. lAemuel Branch, "Mr. John H. Bonacker, of this city, Another year from now?
Norfolk, Va.: Mrs. Bessie Anderson and Mia Jewel Scott. of Iakeland, The rovy lip,
S. I'%. Samuel Hinks, Mrs. W. were married at the residence of the The lofty brow,
Anderson, Mrs. William Carson bride in the latter city, Tuesday night. Tb'h heart that beats
Grace Carson. of Baltimore: Rev. Mr. Wea'dell officiating. Mr. and So gaily now?
Henry E. Wooton, of Ellicott Mrs. Boacker left for an extended 9 where aiil be love's beaming eye,
Mrs. E. M. Mellor, of Sykesville: wedding trip. which will include New Joy's pleasant smiles and sorrow'A
Mary Haddaway. of Washington, York, Washington. Philadelphia andl sigh,
C.: Mrs. John Dorsey, Mrs. Julia other polats. They will return iNo- Another year from now?
y. Mrs. William Taylor. of New- vember 1 and will reside at the hand-
News, Va.; Miss 4elli? Chrisdell. some ne resioence which Mr. Bon- Many in 'heir graves shall sleep
C(arlestown, W. Va.; Rev. W. H. acker ap erected on Grand Central Another year from now.
Dr. Wells, of Westminster; Mr. avenue, Vgde Park. Mr. Bonacker is Some lovinr friend for us ma) weep
A. Dorsey, Mr. McCormick, of a young and prosperous business man; Another year from n:3w.
leston, S. C.; Mr. Burbage. of of this eity, a member of the broker- Hearts will bow
teston, S. C.; H. N.Devribs, New- ge A rm of Bonacker Bros., and his With grief and woe,
Devries, Dr. J. Norris, of Spring- bride is one of the most charming O'er loved ones lost
Hospital; Mr. J. Sipple. of Baltl- young ladies of South Florida." Beneath the snow,
: Mr." R. Trippe. of Baltimore;I Where will the golden head find rest,
Lowndes and P.nnington Ben- Now folded to its mother's* breast,
Guy Smith, Mr. Wade H. D. War- BUTTONS IN THE COLLECTION. Another year from now?
D. Merceron. Mr. F. Thomas. of It is related by an excaage that 4n
auster; Mr. L. Branch, of Nor- a certain parish, the name of which Who'll press for gold this crowded
LV is prudeaitm withheld, the wife of a! street
f The bride and groom started on clergmaa i as mending clothes when Another year from now?
r wedding Journey in an automo- a neighbor dropped In fur a soci! Who'll treed your church w.th wMing
Sfor Baltimore. whence they will chat. feet
an extended northern tour The visitor's attention was attract- Another year from now' *
The second is from the Baltimore ed to a iarge basket half--lled witl' Pa.e, trembling age
tBenrosn. same 'ate: buttons, acd carelessly fingering theaw And fiery youth.
Sykesville, Md.. Oct. 4.-The wed- she suddenly remarked: Atd childhood with
of Miss Eleanor Winder, daughter 'Why, here are two bn' ons exactly its brow of truth.
__ the same a those mr husband had The rich, 11e poor, and lahd and sea,
on his last winter suit!" All will be changed, 'tis destiny,
n Y~ t DIICC A Indeed," said th' '-lergyman's Another year from now?
wife, "that's curious: All these hat- -Minne May in Commercial Appeal.
Under Now Management. tons were found in th- coll,-'Uan1! -
- A delightful resort immune from basket, and I have save', them, th!nk The Tampa Herald is to be con-
e~rI, offers to refugees elegant ac- Ing I might put them to use." gratulated upon securing the services
nammodations and board at $2. per After thick the convesa'i)r lan.plish- of Mr. A. E. McBride. The writer has
gmoath. $7.50 per week. Everything ed. and ve'y soon the visitor took her, been associated for several years,
rst-eiass departure. Put the sto-y got ab-o:il., with that rentleman and knows that
he is capet.le and efficient as head of
either or both mechanical and begi-
CTe Journal's Daily Fashion Feature ness departments. Moreover Mft.
It ourfluIs D aiiy Fashion Fetu re McBride will prove a most desirable
acquisition to church circles, being a ,
lovely and lovable christian, and anO-m
tivehmember of the Preabyterian
nIIVHI L church.

Mrs. C. B. Rogers has gone to Salu-
da, N. C., to join Mrs. Mitchell and two
children, who recently left Pemaaola
for Saluda. This win be theM lntr
duction to his grandnmher of Mr.
Charles Buxton Mitehell, We young
man who recently opened his eyrs
amidst the turmoil of yellow Lever and
quarantine at Pensateoa. Jackm-
ville Metropolis.
The Baptist and Reflector is Te-
sponsible for the following: "During
the devotional exercises at an assi-
ciation rcctntly a brother 'n a forveut
talk said that he reacae4 the point
where he could say, 'Lord, put me on
the retired list.' The leader of the


Many a, Pensacola Heoeahold WIN
Find Them S.
To have the pains and aches of a
sbad back removed; to be entirely free
from annoying, dangerous urinary ds-
orders is enough to make any kidney
sufferer grateful. To sell how this
great change can be brought about
will prove comforting words to hba.
dreds of Pensacola readers.
A. Oerting, seaman, of 419 L street,
tolls how to do ith He says: "From
S'' / / my experience with Doan's Kidney
/ / / Pills I can strongly recommend them
S/ to anyone in need of a good medicine
for the kidneys. Kidney complain
and backache caused me suffering at
I I intervals for years. The first or see-
i end attack I did not mind, but as time
'I)f Awent by they grew worse and at
.times laid me up. I could hardly
Salk and it was a difficult matter to
straighten after stooping while the kid*.
hney secretions were irregular and n-
tll' natural. Doan's Kidney Pills procured
at Sidney Kahn's drug store, No.
9 South Palafox street, ared
me. From personal experience 1 know
THE CROSSOVER CORSAGE. that this remedy can be depended aup
Sha i r lines the fr on to fulfill the representations made
Sthat is veryd mp.'disposed In surplice lines, the front for it.
WA girli'sh is in n one-seam c--,'e dc crossing over over the waistline and; For sale by all dealers. Price 5,
.:h ral a Ibh crochic a an fs'ling into a deep feather-boned cein- cents. Foster-Milburi Co., Buffalo,'
. $ .a ra a~t rra of the crepe. ?ae sleeve is a N. Y.. sole agentE tor the United
pecessory. 'hJ, crxeht forms te, puff to the elbow, where it is met by j States.
M isettc and tho very dee-p cuff ha' -ch lace; and the fastening is effected Remember the name-Dmaa'a-a'nd
up to the tItbow. Thi :-'repe iL":i t he back. take no other.


Name msetre. Is M4t, Oamwae
qmurtesm I a Revy Sea.
Bach of the torpedo eraft carries a
crew of from sixty to deventy men,
and when one considers the sise of the
slce In which It is necessary for these
ime to move about It operating the
powerful yet intricate machinery and
Lad sleeping space a"o mapst mar-
vel at the fie aboard vessel tof ts

To live ai quarters te p ate of an or-
dinary dry goods h a not the if
Sat the everyday Aoean cares to
ssay. To endure A lt for hema
at a stretch, without or food, sand
to stand exposed to It-ee
Is life aboard a torpedo craft for -t.
Leers and men alike.
ThDre Is no discrimiret14s. That is
why one sees beardless faces and slea
de figures behind the conning tower
when these long, three and four tacked
.ier run tpeort for eol sad* watn
at frequent intervals, which s neces.
aery on account of thefr Ilmited space
for carrying these necefsltles. In So
Comparatively smooth 'water of Nor*
folk harbor the torpedo boats look very
much like the motor racers en dla e
but they aft far fMom bei the pe
me craft that the auto boats are, sad
Ieoy go where the helmsaman of a me
Oir beat woEtd mt dae to vetmer
The ocean Is the place to eoe to tr
Doef boat mde wy, sad then e
boeardl the craft ea besee in trW
lght. d StekIng kr bows into th
long, green sweats, the spera flying.
above the signal tal forward and the
solid green water wahlng e low
Seeks contlnaly, Is but one picture of
Me on the rolling deep Ia a aere hall
of a boat.
la the harbor ad when at sea It
air weather e tpedo boats M
with the hatchese ope, co mamdla
ieler sUndl On watt e er.o the f r.
ward Coming tow. and se crew
lounge on dock, but when the lttlo
craft begins to roll ad plunge in the
seaway the hatches am ied, a ,
barring the umpy moktoesta, tSe
vemels resemble bab& whales at play.
It Is then that the crew sefrs moot
while at Ok, All ms~ t remain blow
deeks r.O ta a-temies in eopafedy.
To venture above wh te eb&* vsl is
plunging about the -sea with de
awash wed be Oxemedy basardef.
Sometimes tO steward will eay to
clmb alone the deck from tahe str to
the forward hatch with a smoking *A
clasped tightly In his h ands. He is In
a race with the seam. If be reaches his
destination forward he is lucky. It
e -as get there first the fahes get
the food.
In the event of the seas overtaktng
bim, then he has to scramble back to
the galley and await another chance
This Is an amusla in cdent of life
aboard, to watch the steward essay
he trip In rough weather.
Intense beat prevails below dockd
when the craft ft under way with
batches closed, ad the humidity to one
St the Inconvenie-es to which the crew
if a torpedo boat is subjected and
b one of the moot objectionable fea*
tures of life aboard ae torpedo craft
as the heat Ib opprem ve and fearful
at times, with all fr bolers und
aul draft and pm erow engine shrob
big and pubating at full speed f pa w
Wsk twenty-v to thirty knaM.-lowe
9s0k [AmamIL

Low rates at Southern Hotel for
rooms and board.



bw awd d b muLnig Tmbi. -m~
o wyWn mn ss7,da hu

%Ard!' -Iumtist corner.
S'e Jomeal tat d force deeply
fymlpathise with Mr. WLh'e Boart of
Jhe epouag room, a ht M parents
t-r' resent 1rrow and trust
, 1 W' G' owa wiw way it may
S I M Ahim 8 to ea mn.em.
Ier of hU family.
im Beete Williams wCA recently
retumed rom Belah, Ala., I assist-
he the depleted foroo of telephone
opemtors. t Is very pie-sant to
learn that all the girls who are ill are
having light cases and doing well
Mrs. Joha E. Stillman and children
left Sunday for Glasgow, Ky., where
they will spend ten days ;aen return
somth to Doe Land, F I, where ttev
will v1ft her sister Mrs. Colter and
'The many friends of Mr. Robert
Hemderson of 900 East La Ran wao
has been sick for several weeks but
ws improving will rtgret to learn
that he .s again quite ill, result of a
Mrs. A. E. McDavid and laughters,
the Misses McDavid of Pensaco'a,
who are spending the autumn in Ashe.
Ville, N.I C., were among a party rtf
visitors at Biltmore Tuesday, Oct. *.
Mrs. Ciarence Knowles and M.ss
Constance Knowles, who have been
spending the summer In Virginia, are
in New York for several weeks. At-
lanta Journal. -
Letters to friends om M:ss
Majorle Mcnefee and Mr. Ralph Bush-
iell state tkat they are !ocated at
Bagles Ncst, Waynesville, N. C.
Mrs. J. I. Bryan was sald to bf do-
ing beautifully last night and will be
up in a f3w days.
Hon. John C. Avery 'caves today
for Chicago where Mrs. Avery will'
"join him.
Captain Lyons of the navy yard has
returned from the north.
Mr. Percy Whaley has gone to
spend a few days in Alabama en route
to New Orieans.
Little Mips Mabel Hocket who has
been ill, is vow convalescing.
Give Bite Ribbon Lemon and Va-
nilla Extracts a trial. That a all the
makers ask. Your grower has them.





Is displayed' by those who
drink our Soda Water.
They have learned to dis-
criminate between the
good and the bad, hence
the great popularity four
the great popularity of our

IKandy Kitchen Cafe,
140 S.Palafox. Phone 999

Profleionalm Directory.



405 Thinesn Bullding

attorney and Coumdlrat Law
14 East Government Street.
General Law Practice.

Roem S00 Thieewn B'Id. Phone 7M



Building, 204V'/$ South Palafotx

PHONE 525.

Room I Brent Bulllnog. P



towing is a list of the real estate
transfers for the week ending October
7, 1906, furnished by L. 8. Brown &
Monroe Campbell to Lee Daniell, lot
10, blk. 138. lots 22 to 26 inclusive, blk.
132 Bast King East of Tarragona; lot
1 in blk. 70 New City. Lots 21 to 29,
Inclusive in blk. 54, Belmont Tract,
survey of W. F. Lee. Portion of NE
corner blk. 76, Belmont Numbering,
West King, $100.00.
LArenso D. Goode to Isom Vann, lot
24, blk. 86, Sec. 19, Tp. 2 S. R. 30 W.
according to W. F. Lee's survey, $1.
J. A. Johnson and Ella M. Johnson,
heirs of W. -T. Johnson. deceased, to
Alma C. asmonde, SW/4 of blk. 228,
New City, according to map of T. C.
Watson, $1250.00.
William H. Kuowles and James Mul-
don to South Pensacola Land Com-
pany, portion of lot 9, subdivision of
96 acres Pelro Palao Tract, made by
W. F. Lee, for William Fisher, $1 and
other considerations.
Vasso Katich to Lee Daniell, lot 4,
bik. 14 of Maxent Tract, $1 and other
Moses Loyman to William Charles
Morris, N% lot 3, all of 4 and 5, blk.
n3, being partly in West King and
partly in Belmont Tracts, East side
NorthDeVilliers St., $1 anfd other con-
William Charles Morris to Sarah Ly"
man, above property, $1 and' other con-
J. J. McCaskilt to Lee Daniell, E%
Arpent lot 61, as per Shackelford plan,
New City Tract $1500.00.
Same to same, lots 21 and 22, blk.
40, Belmont Tract, as per plan W. F.
Lee $450.00.
Rachael ,Sanford to J. D. Waters,
one-fifth undivided interest in lot 8,
blk. 28, West King, $1.00 and other
T. H. Stanley to Lee Daniell, lot 3,
block 14, Maxent Tract, $1.00 an.a' other
James C. Watson to Susan Dorsey
lot 22 blk. 53, West King Tract, $40.00.
iS. Wagner to J. 0. Jennings, lots 16,
17, 18, 19 and 20 in blk. 135, Sec. 19,
Tp. 2, S. R. oO W., $1.00 and oLner con-

Yellow Fever

Get the Best of You,
but get the bet o it. Supply yourself with
ample fumigation necessities, such as

Sulphur, Sulphur Candles, Etc.,

or with necessary preventatives,

Oil of Citronella and the Original Bosso.


PHONE 1100




-- - - - - - I& -- & - - -

Credit Buys Here

As Quickly as Cash.
Come in and pick out what you want to make your home
as bright and cheerful as spring time, and enjoy it while
you are paying for it.
Rocking Chairs from .................................41.25 to $20.00
Iron Beds .......................................... 300 to $10.00
Woven Wire 8prhgs, the sleep-easy kind, for...............$2.50
Chairs ............................................75 cents to $4.00
Odd re e fom.... ....................................$9.00 up

SS. PaWo St. Phone14&. Pnsacola, Fla

< i*f f *o*******

IA" W HAVE Irr IT 18

Leav Your rders

Fancy Gr

We Are Still th

Sol Oahn

The Pure Food

Phones 178 and


with Us for


SLeader .

& Co.
The Store that Feeds
480 the People.




At l stle dU l yar Utrels a grat rdeal smiari ud chIs at love.
As a puI1e prevas v try

Bold at all drug stores or at
LEWIS 6 CO, Wheiale DrauggLsts, at Government Shre

I ,

-LAMP Wbhem" an"Reftai SWs
stemaD'io kAnthracteC OA

1 7 G==in otwtL Pnom a6


Attuetyaad Cousellorat Law
401 Thiesen Building,


Subscribs fr The JournOal, t week.

Don't Let

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 names.
Beware of them. The genuine Foley's
Honey and Tar is in a yellow pack-
age. Ask for it and refuse any sub-
st;tute. It is the best remedy for
coughs and colds. W. A. DYAlenrberte
Druggist and apothercary, 121 South
Palafox street.



i~~ "


.. .. . .. . . j uii

The JournaPs Classiied Cash Advertisements

Ou,,1-w-a-ord eaok bntlia

No AdVerW tusIt taken 1P M"ethAnre24.

x A.

opo^W rates a y

frie month.

. -v- 4 ~ '.rv~W? P

It's Unfair to

Drag Your Family

around from pillar to post every year, if you're a renter.
looking up a new location, when you can just as easily

Put Your Rent Money

Into a Home of Your Own.
It's ill in the starting. We start you light. We've
started others. Better call in and talk the matter ov.-r
with us, or write for information.

Pensacola Investment Co.
A. Ia.Me COn Caly ,aVS
W. L.- I nWS. V r, L LL SWUMO, Secralry.
L SIIaMAIn V.-fssr. e G ia. r. KNOWUIS ES Trurmr.
m -ew Kete&ANeasA l-ento
216 S*et Palafox Street, Pensaoola, Florida.

lExperlenced bookkeepe- and office PARTIM Who wan to rest Imouss,
man now employed desiring cbange,i -tMv 0 O117th1af e01 "for ta"
wants psi ionn as clerk o- bookkceptr m1fr will ad T Journal Wa
Reference furnished. Address K. D., I Ad a grea
Care Jourral. looctlw WA -O for The Jouras
WANTD.-The Southrn Mattress special Penacola and Panama Canal
Co. will call at our home and re- edition, which will shortly appear.
pair your old mattress or sell you a Will contain half-toe pictures of city,
ew oe cheap. Phone 682. 4etl harbor and peal sene. 15 t
L.ATve orers at Journal akse
We want the public to remember that WAN.TD--eo- -ama4 C Oa t
we aam back at our old stand on Eastn d a ottd s me eial masks. Out of
Government street, and selling gro- town shipments ou.cted. Write us.
cerles and produce cheaper than any p. g Mello & ()a.m arc
otber f ina in rsoa.L We mean
what we may. Geo. W. Pryor & mon. TB RENiTAL BU NNBB is our
eppt peealty and you busasse will
WANW.-We can asemdte have careful ttew a i. Hal W&I
Sew guests at an up-to-date mountain on&u w
betel; climate delightful and good wa.
r'; moderate rates. Address F. amD. M e SW
v ahow s1, Buema Vista, Va. _
iseeptime AS A PREVENTIVE try Lewis' Ln-i-
-Malarial and Chill Cure. It cures
KING & HUAL, contracting painters to stay cured. It is a good tonic, a
and deesrators. Fine varnishing good liver regulator. You need it at
and figin. Sign painting a spe-j this time of the year. On sale at all
ciatr. lasidence phone 249. 29aug. druggists, or at Lewis & Co., tast
utt you Government street. Price, 60c.
WAnTeD.-tesw to know that you caa lseplm.
buy nice, clean old papers at this
eSce cheap. REGULAR MAIL LIN--Good o=Tey.-
. ance for traveling public. Daily setr
DO YOU want to buy or b a s vice each way. From Chipley to Bay.
A uMtt wat ad wt br ~ head. Addras J. M. Tuggle. Chipley,
1a.eM T e aM to maseu sm M1 Som m$.
at detie. REAL ESTAT,.
WANTUD--a g and tra Ur =A, ATIs la ll parts a ty.
work. O eo phObe 8. Rmaldac You buy the gonad and we will
bose 3W. Aosta & Waie, 28 N. build your hoee ea tong time p.y.
TarraIe 26 met g D. ale Wila &A 0 &
WAT-N -.- erybody to know that TAWROWg DLisauo., or.
Wor Blend of Coffee may be imitated ea's cothiSag -and
but can't be equaled New Orleans repaired oa ort Matic. No. 11u
orcery Co. Jas. McHugh, Prop. West Governmentf .. P, e oa F pI
aug2c __
WANTED.-The public to know that Lltt
we are pioneer Coffe Roasters of ,--
S da. NNew Orleans Grocery Co..!
I MoridH Prop. Grocery LOST.- white setter bitch, with black
a. Mcu, spots; she is short and stumpy.
WANTED.-The Merchants Transer. Izst seen ten days ago. Reward for
Co( wants your moving aad basaUm,i eturn to Jno. Cary Whiting, tax col-
All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thor- lector. 8oct.
om, Prop. Phone 978. 18junelm. LOST-Black, white and ticket' setter
We want everybody to know that we bitch five months old. Answers to
are wholesale and retail grocers and name of Ruth. Return to Dan Hall,
still at the old stand. New Orleans 715 N. DeVilliers Street and get re-
Grocery Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. ward. Toctlw
ai. ILOST.-A Maltise Angora Kitten near-
A. L BINGHAM waste your moving ly grown. IUberal reward for re-
ad haulllng. He guaratees all break- turn to Ben D. Beers, at Wm. Johnaeo
age. Phome 6M & Son.

WANT. D-D-Your electric work ot all PLUTO! PLUTOI
Uhnds. Let us clean your tans. re- Keep your system in good condition
pair your dynamo, do your wiring, etc. and you need not fear any disease.
Phone 570. Pensacola Electric Co., Pluto, the great stomach healer, for
erew Intdaeac&a and Baylen treetal. sale. wholesale and retail, by Ja.
Ljunelm. [ McHugh.



houses (new) renting $21.00 per
month............ .... ..$18tOO
! Two 3 room houses, renting $10.00
per month.. .. .. .. .. .. .... T75.
4 room house west Romana 96WA0
For Rent.

:7 room house, 918 E. Strong.... $1250
4 5 room house, 413 GulUemard 10.00
6 room house, 409 Guillemard. 16.00
List your real estate with me for
Rents collected, and prompt returns

204% S. Palafox St. Fisher Building.

Mrs. J. J. Rogers has nursed yellow
fever very successfully through sev-
eral epidemics of the past, both in
Pensaoola and New Orleans, and now
offers her services t those requiring
a trained yellow fever nurse. Call on
her at 1408 Bast Gadsden or phone 853
-6 rings. 10oct1m

JUST RECEVSLD-Large shipment of
imported pOlive Oil. Retail by pint,
gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso
& Co., ship chandlers and' grocers, 701
South Palafox. 4oc1
CHICKEN WRHAT produces e n
Makes fowls especially well avored.
The cheapet food to be Spoud &
Mellen & Co, Phone 84. 1t
POR SAILE.-1 am Florida State Asent
for Fire and Burglar Proof Safesaa&
Vat. Fixtures of all descriptions
manufactured by Alpine Sate anl
Lock Company of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Communicate with me for prices and
terms before buying elsewhere. Scar.
ritt Moreno, Pensacola, fta.
Do you value your ha| f so,
use our pure Blend of Cof eet Dewey"
and "Schly. New Orleans Grocery
Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug 80

We have beep with you in Penaco-
la since 1874, and still intend to stay
with you and serve you with the best
of groceries at lowest sar-
ket prices. New Orleans Grocery
Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug20
FOR SALE-One lot of fine show
cases, especially adapted for mi.I
linery purposes or for 'drug tore;
also one lot of counter and fine
French plate glass mirrors. E. L.
Reese, 118 South Palafox.., 2sep
FOR BALB-At a sacrtnc tafurltua
store, stock aud account CaU at
1U-140 3. Intendencla. Sm
FOR SALE-One Choice block on top
of the ridge east of the electrie
railway, between 7th and 8th streets,
Nature has favored this section and it
cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubba.
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 SALE CHEAP-My three-year.
old Berkshire herd loar, Duke of
Florida, No. 68,923. .Also some *ne
young pigs. 1 six-monthsold boar, all
registeredd and transferred. Carl Set-
terlind, Chipley, Fla. 1aily
FOR SALU-Beautiful block in New
City. Tract No. 312. For cash $o00o
Apply to A. M. McMillan, Comt Roem.


10-room House on North fUll..$0 09
715 North Baylen.............. 40 00
304 North Spring.......... ... 25 CO
21 West Romana............. 17 50
806 North DeVillier.......... 17 50
323 East Gadaden............. 15 0'
1107 East Cervantes......... 15 00
314 East Strong.............. 15 001
238 West Government........ 15 00
1126 East LaRua .............. 12 50
"310 East Romana............. 12 50
111 South DeVillier.......... 10 CO
625 West Romana............. 10 00

See our board for bargains in real

Money to lend at the lowest
rate of interest.



Real Estate Agency
206 South Palafox Street,

FOR SALE.-My residence on East
Hill, either including whole block
of twenty lots 40x1371-2 feet each or
quarter block of five lots. Apply at
my office, Thiesen Building for furta.
er particulars. C. Hagerman.
GO TO TURTON for all sUes lias.
I Cameras loaded and unloaded tree
of h-rge. He makes best photo
rha t is M sout. 2 years am lnaI -
Wr. 15am.
FOBR AM.-Shingles and Wood foe"
sale. Apply to C. L. Creighton'a
Mill, just "west of Muscogee wharf.

FOR SALM -South ha'f block 211,
. fronting 400 feet on 13th street, by
1S7% feet on Bay View Park; also
south half of block 2x2, fronting 400
feet on 14th St., by 1371,2 feet on Bay
View Park. The only property adjoin-
ing Bay ,.View Park that is now for
ale. Tbhe beP l view down the
bayex and dows 4e bay'can never be
obstructed.- A. ': "Clbbs. 30jly

FOR BALM-Sead-hand cash regie
ter in perfeet conditions Will seI
Nsh or or ttmne" A real bargain. Can
be seen at Ja~s* Mclugh's. 22moa
GROW .wtj^.tu Large profits.
Room in your ,a en. Roots for sale.
Write todaytoayor literature. Bucking-
ham's Ginseng Garden, Zanesville, 0.
tablished and paying drug business
for sale in Atlanta, Ga., the leading
city of the south. Splendid location
and grvoliag all,44* time. Reason for.
.selling, going into the proprietary
medicine business. ''tock ard fixtures
$2200.00. Address, "Drugs," Box 694,
Atlanta, Ga. 6oct2t*

FOR SAIAE.--4ne Horses and Mules
for sale at all times. Turpentin*
operators' wants given special atte
tion. Call on or address Dillon .
Penuel, Marianna, Fla. 6actlAi

132 SBALD.-l-roo kosene. Corner
lot 8 blocks trom Palafox. lot "
m on ear line. For prtlUlare in-
quire of Standard C Co.
'2 Ja.L
FOR SALE.--ComIc "Otegomyla". pos-
tal cards for sale at White's Res-
taurant, two fot fTve cents. Outside
orders will not be filled' unless cash
and postage accompanes order. Or-
der quick. 28sept.

J. PORTR, allmai*ke, 716 South
palaox street. Orders taken for
tats, awnings, cOmp stools and house
eots. etc. Prices reasonable. 31ana

We Ask You

To SeeUs If


want to se any piece of prop-

You want to buy property?
Your want to borrow mbney.?
You want to lend money on good We-
You want a tenant for your house?
You want to rent a house?
You want any kind of insurance?
We offt-?r you good and attentive ser-
vice and invite you to call or write us.

Office Second Floor Thiesen Building.

FOR RENT.-Two-story house, 501 W.
Chase street, ten rooms and kitchen
with bath and water connection. Ap-
ply, ring phone 848, fire rings. 6oct6t
FOR RENT-Two 4 room cottages on E
Church for rent. Apply to Mrs. E.
Caulson. Soct2t*
FOR RENT.--4Fve room cottage with
bath and gas, 1107 B. Cervantes., two
blocks from car line. Apply to H. W.
Gibbs, at Forbes store. l3septlam*
FOR RENT.-Small farm I block oat-
side city limits on county hard
road, with six room house; wind mill;
water pipes in yard and all through
house. Rent reasonable. Apply W.
M. McClellan, at First National tBak,
Pensacola. FOR RENT.-Realaeee lat ov
cupied by Dr. W. 8. Hall, No. i11 W.
LaRua street Apply to R. M. Cary,
43 S. Palafox street. T3me


WANTED.-My patrons to know that
my school will open at the same
r.lace as heretofore, as soon as the yel.
low fever situation will permit Miss

MeWny to Lean.
MONET TO LAND-On goaS r ae-
ta security, or good a
at lowest rates. Leale I
iasher build ngAl.s
KONtAr OANED e7 aa 5 aM
klahds e -rwa e s-ty. arabl
weekly r minthl. Wmy a
mea.s see J. A Wile- ). .
GoverueQt tUMt. Salisbury bujilan
oom Sd e
MONET LOANS)D asea go eal a
( eusa Mt "u l S~'kL a
Sale Uwio A &

*MONEYT LOANWD on a ktiads of pp
seol property Oa short note,
Terms easy. J. W. Dullard,
28% South Pal at B., Phaoe 1144

guorM TED Maspatmoct m t lo
o aUal hnds at primal Prper
Special rats to business a nas sgo
loans. *%e New Tetk Losma ., M
South Faases.

ashim's Pam WSh.
Watce, eIma, ga Mt a" MaOs
S Qttaan Mi t tow ate ata d
interest Bargalea uaredeemed

Ee'rd *a Remseae

WANT'D.- e f or two roomers: men
preferred'. Apply or address No. 17
W. LaRus, city. loctlm
BAT HOTEL-Open Jight a" dayW.
Bropmea plan. Rooms light sad
clean. Translent trade asoloted sy M
179 South .alafo". Joe & S.Pea
PWOA. saw.

*. hLP WANTs
WANTED-ExpertmceId f.'lector for
lean o.- .at asee. Addresa Loan,
care Jouaai. lOcotlw.

200 Lots For Sale.

Weekly Payments

We can make a mot attr ive of-
fer to energetic men and women t I O lf $ 00 .lY
become our permaaebt reomaata-
tives in their own localiles. Prer T
those who can devote their wkole N Taxe No IntorWI
time, with" a view Lo mnagsn
branches for us at. JagW y Those. Pebley,
No capital required. We mmibtec-
ture a staple line of met chap(ise fr OAce Cor. Romana an i Palafox St
which there Is universe ademanni Phone 559.
Raymond Hill & Co., 135 MEaite1 St.,
Chicago. 1;. % -"
WANTED.-A good cook101 r. Pala- DIREO TOR Y
ftx street. Joct l "-o
earn $5 day, after two m iths in. There will be a meeting aotW o
struction, position guarasted. Coyno body on the Arst and third Wediw
Bros. Co. Plumbing Schools, New York, days of aeh moth at 7:.0 W a. AM
Cihcinnati, 0., St. Lous, Mo. (Free delegates are requested to be mp.
catalogue.) G- eetly e. D 3. W. ROBWT-
a i W. L DELAY. PrOmML

WAiNTMD.-An Itellainut peres may
earn $10 to $1 w "kye F p4rc
time corresponding for Mewspapers;
no canvassing. Gsnd dr pIutlrulars.
Northern Press Syndicate, Lockport,
N. Y. S3oct3m
WANTD-D.-By Chicago wheliale and
mail order house, aaitant meajar
(man or woman) for this gty sad
adoaliiag territory; expeoa mMe0 a.4-
vanced. Work pleasant; peaittes p**
maeat. -Write at oee slt ftwt ptle.
ulars a"d enelose selm d Mn-d en.
velope. Thomas J. Cdor A U
Lake It., Chiab Il irL
WANTMO.-by Choa aastta-
ing House. peruae a trastwothynes
mgnewat familiar wi* local trMItoy
as assistant In breach oalary
$18 paid week y.
No Investment reulrad. s-
perlence not esset toe egal
Address, Munager I~umMk) -mo
Block, 6hlca. eMw*
NOW-UNION Omapoaorsa* the
MilMou Club by In" ft ., L A .
Permanent -pat~
competent men. TIe
hfty-four hours. A rat
Bureau, St L001 0 yM*.t t N
Eburth St. 8t Ismb,
WANTWD.-Paftrtles Ie.I
ters, please frlag ap up,
or apply to L ,Red"=--"IF
agent, room 1. el4 Amry uA W

We Be.w I Iaco


Pensacola Lodge NO 8. of at 1
invets every Monday eere.." 4 ;
Wosock at tfr'ir Castle HallI
Watson bauidi i&, corner Palo "o
Gard" go""eetstu" aabrshimso

ILEOR2 IL a L a a

3- t

Us i"Is


s*wge the-w 6a"e

CL Lowy. ILa.tNoI31etsIs

wA $ we*
1. L SIIUY.Sm.

Jove Gob omp IS&. 2W. 4%k IL
Wma IM t py hl manlit ____

CL W S.. 0th M.i
'W ood b lyele mests l st, ~ ro
at met, math at 0:30 P. in,,
Paan~ d Garden styee"s

Baypm mealndaNo& a" wo=

labs'. mod b1"mw meSpy







$5 to $10.
NO. 1411 N. HAYNE. 5 ROOMS ........ ......... .............00
NO. 1903 N. ALCANIZ, 3 ROOMS .......... .. ................... &6.00
NO. 606 E. CHASE. 3 ROOMS.................... .. ............ .00
NO. 422 N. DAVIS. 4 ROOMS....................... .. .. ........ 7.00
NO. 723 N. TARRAGONA, 4 ROOMS............ .................. 7.00
NO. 415 N. GUILLEMARDE. 4 ROOMS ...... .. .. ...........$7.00
NO. 900 E. BELMONT, 4 ROOMS...... .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .......7.50
NO. 15 &. BAYLEN. 4 ROOMS.......... ... ....... . .OQ
NO. 634 W. GREGORY, 5 ROOMS.......... .. ................... .8.00


$10 to $18.
309 N. HAYNE, 7 ROOMS.. ...... .. ........... *.... 100
1s 8. PRINq, 6 ROOMS.. .. .... ... ..... .17.00
116 W. WRIGHT, 6 ROOMS ..... ... .. .. .. .. .......$17.50.
245 W. GAROEN, ROOMS.. .... ........................$11
300 L. GREGORY, 6 ROOM4S ............... .. .. .. .. .. ....$1&.75
122 W. GARDEN, 6 ROOM ................ ... ** *...15.00
408 N. HAYNE, 6 ROOMS............ .... ....... ...1250
419 E. INTENDENCtA, 5 ROOMS.. ........ .. .............12.00
25 F. LaRUA, 4 ROOMS.. ...... .. .. .. .. .. ..... ... .. $13.5

$W and Over.
NO. 411 N. 8PRING, S .OOM~.....,................ .. ......400
SAYLEN AND 04O0TO, S ROOMG.............. .. ...3s00
BAYLEN AND eOT,4 ROOMS.... .. .. .. .. ...... .O
NO. 211W. CRVANT OOM .. .. .. .. .. .. .... ....300
NO. 317 N. BARCELONA, O .... ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ....5.0
NO. 304 & ALOANIZ, 8 ,.... .... .. ..........$20.86
NO. 106 .L WRINHT, iOU .... ., .. .. .. ................
NO. 217 N. CEVALLS0 7 1 ,,,0 ... ........ ........2000
hO. 1 L. JACKSON, 6 M .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. ...618.00




6: ~C"O

Correspondence Solicited.

SReal Estate, Rental and Inue Agency.



I ---

---- ---~-~-ll lT-49 M vp lw - ----W-0 -! --- - min i 1 11 ma''''''''''''

- I I__J~L___Q__J____-- L~



__ won&






P'attie Holden.




.iI 6 -


t- *

~r ~ w.

a I


TI.. PENOAZOI1Aj a* Irva a W&y A3.ffjt*.44'r4.. ka Rletitos


Either Leave


e a Bottle of Bosso.

71P G3d! G W CXCD xE

McRIIlan Bros. CO.


Sapplied to our OF INS Mro Naval tores Market. Harold, Nor a, 1435, Aos, London.
tion of our Savannah, Ga., Oct. 9-The naval eyser & Co., 191atson, Verra Cr
:HeP fithI ROtM to His RefeeesPlay Gamus Ro d ndstores market closed to-day as f0' Br. ss. Labelia, Palmer, from Vera
u uges Pay es, e .......................... 5 65 Crus, to W. s. Keyser & Co.
t as Street Superin- Put in Spare T.W. wo .5 4::
N as Street Superin- Put in Spare ........ ......5 00 Kaiser Ger ship Martin 1180, Bre
U le FeOWeilt r Resgn. ing Poey. .... ...... ................. 90 mento ster.
es K ............. .. ............4 85 Nor. ship Ilala, 1248, Andreusen,
S...... ...... ............4 7 from Leith, to Master.
that inakes our men's gar- H......................4 72% Itl. ship Trinito, 1472, Santagule,
ments such a pronounc-d A meeting of the Board of Public Special to The Journal. ..........................4 70 from Rio Janerio to Rosasco Bros.
success Our idea Is that Works was held yest raay afternoon. Camp Murray, Oct. 9-Life at "The .. ............ .. 4 70
"Just any id thing for there being present Mayor Bliss, Chair- Camp" is very much like it was i ...... ..................4 30Bar
the boy" -on't do. bnt man Turner and Mr. Zelius Consid- Pensacola a few weeks ago. A driz- D ......... ...... ....... 3 95 Darwar, Swd. Bk., 1271, Olen,
that he should have tte erable business was transacted during zling rain set In early :Lhis xt !in C .... ......................3 80 Antwerp, to Pitch Pine Lumber Co.
best that is in the cloth- the session, the mosi important being and has continued all day. Kvery- Spirits Turpentine 68 cents Nor. bk. benezer, 771, Quall, from
Ing line, you'll be sur- the matter regarding Street Supertl- body is enjoying house life paying London.
praised what $2.50, $4.00, tendent Gingles. euchre, whist, checkers, Jominoes and Garibaldi, Ital bk, Ageno, 1348,
$5.00 or Sr, 0 will do here Mr. Gngles. when the yellow fever some read magazines or write poetry GAOTTM Gloucester to order.
Sor your boy. developed here, left the city, and has about camp life. Our campus pie-.' C I O Ger. bk. Gesin, 1375, Falk, from
since been residing at Cottage Hul. sents a v-.ry respectable A.ppearWce The following cotton quotations are Hamburg.
The citizens and council protested since "d egang" cleared out all aroruqV reported for Tie Journal oally by CI Nor. bk. J. Spicer, Capt. Patter-
against such action at a time when the the enclosure. If the" weather clears, Gunter Elmore, F. 0. B. cotton broker, en,.-I1AGuayra, Keyser & Co., 1268.
services of the superintendent were things will be much more pleas-nt Pensacola, Fla.: Nor. bk. Bast Craft 1248, Johnson
e most need. The board after discuss- for the campers and escia,!ly for the -- from Dublin to Master.
ing the matter passed a resolution doctors wna. have much mCre trouble Good' Middling.. .. ........ 9 Kosmos, Nor bk, Isakben, 1227
'4 flL C Acalling upon Mr. Gingles to either re- as they mrst go to tha tects to t2ke Strict Middling.. .. ........ ..9% Londo.
Sli I S turn to his duties, or else tender his temperatures. Middling.. .. .. .. .. .... ...... 9 Nor. bk. Mocco, 1052, Ellifren, from
resignation n order that some person A Dally Occurrnce. Strict Low Middlng.. . .9 .Liverpool, to Alex Zelius.
clrk was might be ructsen n his stead. The A doctor dressed n suit bow Stains and Tinges % to cent lower. Smeroe, Nor bk, Olsen, 941 Pors-
clerk was trcted to notify him A ocor dressed n su grd to A. Zelius.
20h207e S. PaOC lc board after a full discussion. With pleasant smile--no trace o New York Q ootationp. Werner, Nor bk, Tonnerson, 840,
Sdtcided to increase the pay of some o0 frown. New York, Oct. 9--The following are Rotterdam.
2 the cart drivers. Those who were r GlGsses brijht-head a-Ult the ruling cotton quotatins todway:r rrn
ceiving |3 S per mouth, were increased Figure mall, and firmly builL cotton otatns toda Barkentine.|
to $40. and the head drivers were in Decemberlose Alfa Danish Bktn 271, Rasmussen
clessed to $50 per month. He strikes the gong ,t 9 a. m. man .. .. .. 9.5 Ceara, Brazil.
The assistant street superintendent And children, ladies and the men New- ork-lost 25 point.... m sat.. 5 oone,.
rII I I also cam In for a raise of salary, it Assemble then with anulois tac-- -s ys close Very w2ap Doria, Am sch, Wilkle, 310 Havana
bI I L O being increased to $70 per month. Of mirth or fun you fln no traces. Very weak. ima, Br sch, Henebery, 299 Hav ?
S-' In rega to the removal and dispos- iv -rpol-Qu ai
e s 4p w *IW IS al of garbage, the new contractor. W Then this doctor small and cute Leverpool Qu loIn. are HJalmar, Am sch, Axcso, 55, Ky
Liverpool, Oct. 9.--The following arae M&mar, Am sch, Axclsan, 55,
E. Wright who is ill with typhoid fev- Puts in ch mouth a the rlng cotton Qaos tody West to if Transit Co.
er, had 4Wd no bond for the faithful cheroot" sla d with os Geo.( May, Dvis, tlivere, 554.
_performance of the contract. The And gravejy stands wi atchttfu ey Oct.-No -,
6 board therefore decided to award the To see that no one sl'pa aim ',y. .N -Dec.. .. . ".'. .'. A.2
grocery contract to the next lowest bidder, W. Dec J.... ... i MILL A D
r Hollireld, ande the clerkwas in. Three mintnues by the watch stads "e "an..I ,.L... %.. so .-IL
X v oJ. A Ma e.. tru toso.. n ^o him. And wattto s the rism of e mc-. TIMBER LANDS
kd' i The boad of J. D. Goes for street His young assistant follows lfm up, a. a TIABERAviDe.
sweeping and cleaning, wasfound to ring th ciaretup. ple at -t eason fO SALE
2"rbe not in per nrm, and was return- When the doctor hts tried edeh the year to lay In a sqply of Chamber-
SCohsldm 'ble routine business was H "guest" :lain's Coug Remedt: It Is almost
.. .. a....oH. ut"ie busine e looks to see .the result of the test sue to be needed fM re winter is
40 ** 1NW uwo. tranacted, after which the board &- The tall atslstant with kindly look over, and much more prompt and sat .o Drug Company v M .
Ph* 725. bned. Makes the record in his book. factory results are obtained when ton Lu er Company. In Chanceyat
Jst recelved-Mackerel, pare Rib, PROMINENT taken as soon as a Dol is obntracte t umber Company. In Chancey at
S ee re ePOMINENT PEOPLE. "Time Is up!. The gong strikes one and before It has become settled in the
HNoeaesns Corne n K All then start for their tentrs on a ruan- system, Which can only be done by Pursuant to.a decree rendered in th
New Raisins, H laerring in Keg Testi th Efficy of the New Each one feeling safe and secure. keeping the remedy at hand. This above entitled cause on August 10
S d sh Ha ut, Botersefc drffTreatment. Knowing the degree of ais tempra- telnedy is so widely known and so al- 1905, by the Honorable Thomas H.
I 1hCd ish, HaHbut, Blaters. i A. E. Lanier, Denver, says: ,,Herp"- ture. together good that no one ',muld heel- Smlthk" C)- lcelor of the Southwest-
h Onons, Olives in Keg, has made y hair ow ra "CAMP MURRAate about buying prefer ceto ern Chat Divison of the State of
Co.'s Celei rated Brard of Canned Mrs. A. Guerin, Gretv Falls, Mon., gists. public outcry in front of the court
S2s.As eratd Band T.p s o sayts: "I And Herpicide an excellent BOARDING NOUSE house of Mobile County oo Monday,
11ds a ing, saa Tps Lobster i dandruff eure." R IN H O October 2Srp, 1905, at 12 M., the fol-
a,, O i a Greenl and Portland, Ore. say: B A lowing described property, belonging
Pouted Ses. I anCeese ,- ""Herpicide has completely cured my t A S to the Morriston Lumber Company:
it Spanish (anned Goods, dandruff." complete saw mill, including
Ste Beas. Red Breans. Butte Charles Brown, President First Special to The Journal. building, boilers, engines fixtures
g-sm. Everything n.- and fresh. Nalonal Bank, Vancouver, Wash., Chipley. Oct. 9.-The Hilliard House, tools and machinery, situated at Mor-
..... ".. Herplirde Is noted for keeping a colored boarding house at A7ockl riston, in Baldwin county, Alabama,
!the scalp clean." was burned at half past two Oils mornm. UL U also the N% of Sec. 10, T. 1 9,. of I.
mr l> ]rP-.^ n Insist apon the genuine. For sale Ing. The building caught from the 4r l E., and the S% of the SWV of See.
r^UM M U g fby W A. D'Alemberte druggist And outside. lJl l lll 28, T. 1 N. of R. 4 and unexpired
, apothecary. 121 South Palafox St., or Htimber leases on the following land's:
send ic la stamps to The Herpic YeYllow Fever and Malaria Gem See. All ec 1, N% 8ec. 4, S W% Sec. 14,
hm i senCo.Det cronit.Mich. ereeAre Instantly killed by the use of sixU LI %o( NEUand 8 2 of NE See.
Space t send 'our clothes t be A CARD. spoonful of sugar. It is also al e x- NE Se. 10, N% of SE4 See. 26,
Vred, Cleaned. Pressed or Repalred A Rt t % of SW/4Sec. 25, NLy4 Sec. 34, S%
b are now in a po ition o handle This i o certify all druggists c of NW See. 5, N EofNWand
JV work more effici-n-ly than ever. art authorized to refund your moneyoNWoSe.35, N %/ofN W %a

" No. 11 North Palafox Street. grippe cough and prevent" pneumonia, ., NIl% dN a Nf of SE SSec' 36,NoW%
I'o D RaS I.The genuine Is In a yellow pack- w T
a:if. Fols pDonA-ndTarfis oi T.W"o f36 % Nd W f SM% See. 32, W l Secn
S F.M. WILLIAMS, j Refuse substitutes n AD D NA R% of NlB., Sartc. 2E NW % Scan 1d
S CONTRACTOR AND SU'LDER. yburte, Drugghst and tspotecary I The storm, from the east, wmarnig 81e and N' Sec. 3, in T. 1 S. IR.
Oee. ]Broaaham balnding, naet of which had been displayed by the 4 E., W% of NW% and NW% of SW
o Pmsacola Business College It's easy to sell a suit to a weather bureau for several days, struck % Sec. 18, T. 1 a. R. 5 E.
Prompt attention always given Wew .er In Jamp. man that doesn't know what he Pensacola with full force yesterday, In addition to the foregoing thera
to business P saeola la. | As early as Dec. 13 a special house wants. It's the man that doe and for the space at a few hours the will be sold a store house formerly
loaning prepares the way in Japan know what he wlnta and can wind attained a high 'eloietty, while used as a commissary, and certain
^-for the New Year festival and as the never get it, that we're looking the rain tell In torrents, flooding the small dwelling houses, situated on
N OTgE rryear clos the bosu e fronts are bright for. streets and sidewalks to such aa e*O land owned by said Morriston Lumber
N I with decorative emblems. The whole tet tlMt p who v d Copany In fee, and also the exel-
week, which includes New Year's day, Just M out, were sre of gettns soaking wt lYe .lt to the use of a ditch running
1- a continuous holiday, and on fine' J tM The worst of the storm was dwe l Ut.rup above SG l stckI Bro s "wbe tM the "e aotrSlef 1t me e. 1 nd 2 o'lock In thq afternoon. A- U* tor transportation of logs tbosad
rs i~s. most 1:66 o 'loek the windd at d a v-. mill. Terms of sale cash. Fbr further
Solds to ck r Bros. ate Shop-- 1 1 Take your tim,. So thrOugh loelty of 36 miles aB hour. It w ac. particulars apply to
fronts ae gay with a goodly display of the stock, pick out what you rmnpanied by a perfect dslge of w- GODRGE H. DUNLAP, JR.,
New ty. am easonable presents,. all are think you like best, study It ter, the rainfall from 1:15 to 2:16, e. receiverr.
it; the beet of spirits, the children are well. If you can't decide to- actly one Itor, being over an inch and 5S St. Michael St., Mobile, Ala.
t ay with kites and battle- day. come back to-morrow a t quarter. The total -rainfall for the Thurs-sat-sun.
Ull I,,r untmst to make things hum. In If you find goods that sats 115 to 2:15 was the heaviest expert -l 0 UaLIVE O1 IL
All ir,-c ,::r, :, ie- 1; iror circles the mikado receives the you. we'll tell you he price and enced In Pensaoola since March. L IL

and per. ', I'! :.. :4 1l and military officials, who in for- make it as low as e can There was considerable loss am. at
PI-.NA '- ,.\ F!ij n,,r days aPlpared In gcrgeoas ni-. If you're suited, buy; ffyo'r4 taltjag by lhe blow, but this was con- M
fr--- fns and richly embroidered dress, not, ed to timber and limber, which went G, MORASSO & CO. HAVE JUST
......ns and r h Geroi de ss drift during the day. RECCIVED A LAGE CONSIGNMENT
TEL -CTI02$iS when the Gregorian Mo Harm ,* The UTLICGOIU ATIONS iendar was introduced. Eropean due to the owners of *baxer alone, as FRISH OLIVE OIL IS EXCELLENT eati
ANCE HALLme has b-en worn and the Pest- 1 -very man's whims reeerve- the weather bureau gavample warn- FOR TABLE USE AND 18 ALSO REC- and
VANCE COHALL. HENORTH OF HE al has been muthb less picturesque. the utmost business courtesy ag of the approach of the stormr and CMUMNNO-D BY MANY SCIENTISTS 932
ILLE. N. C.. COOL. HEALTHYDEX.T here. many of the shippers took precautions FOR ITS MEDI~INAL ACTION UPON xttq
VANCE'S HALL ALEXANDER. N. C. On account of quarantine, we will MOffA880 & CO, M
nnept. undertakee to es.ab]!s%, a branchI Insomnia and Indglon Curd. 701 8. PalafoxtSt. and
S in Pensacola until same is re- "Last year I had a very severe attack the
You Are Welcome Here. ,. We wil make all oil and I ldiMgeithm. I coulM not eleep at FRESH in P
Y -owe to gco e. shipments from p Mobile, Ala. Ar.Njht and suffered most excruciate LIMES 10 CENTS DOZEN
y(low Pter Tho .8 H.. l e til go forward p romptl8- Send *E| ns for three hours after each meaL AT W
llt Nw Baever M, :' z r orders forhigh grad oils. CASH CLO .owI IM bloed this way for tree WHITE'S RESTAURANT. can
Sat New apen: r a. Mc.u ,: L-' PURE OiL Conths when I used Chamberlain's AND ALSO Karl
- ht46il boais an f ea.: im J.F. Davis. Agt. Phone 7 tomach and liver Tablets, and re- CREAM BREAD DAILY. Thoi
"ter. 0C rW. a -M. southern Hoel lor vcrM aedmme rate e relW," says Jobh
C- MRONTTTE1,w rate. a: South'.rn Hotel 1t o~yon, ThllImore, (Ontario, Canad Low rates at Southern Hotel for LA
SM-rRONTTTE op rot:u- and board. _. sale auiruggist rooms Pad board.In

S"Time and Tide Wait for No Man"
A vry old saving. but full of truth, nevertheless. As
the da4s are passing you are letting the opportinfty sl$1
&way from you to procure a protection for your wife and
children should the Angel of Death call on you.
A MIy I TNm Equtable Prtects. 6et t to-day.


Knowles Bros. Lt t




Ale. 8 We oft Rem.O., Pone ewFI

Iron Works and Supply Co. !
Matnufaacters and Repairers of
Promt attention given to all orders, day or night Agent4 6
for ames MKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dogs, also A
Chains of all descriptions.
Off0e Phen. 121. PHIL WITTMAN, Mor.
RewdalMee POe 102L P. 0. Box a2L8

I Saves the

Drudgery of Kitchen Work.
For most women kitchen work is a drag and a drudge
and causes more worry than all the other household
duties combined. They are really chained to the kitchen
by a lot of work that could be avoided by the use of a
Ask us about one.


27 Bt Gmd-n Street

Phone 148.

* s p ;S-----------------------

0-99.l-9 le and fuel Company.
OMce- qeoer lhsa 0d Tarragona. Phone 2S9.





ft wN ,p py b iawnsttb *a pttces bfn buying 9ym

Hardwsr, Sash, Doors, Blinds

or Lumber.

SWeOn-ih P Bt b 6Wick, nUm and Cement.
We So s" y7w 3M m oneotthlif.

Swidre Mill Company

0m0c 29 Bst Ganden
PFed"' Nuari Paaox

Street Phone 717.
Street Phone 1130.



les( IU W calpenter winl furnish
URA mba44ingand p"ltins
Give, i p. iiatetion 62to work.
S. Sros4 ASA- 224 f& St JAB2
IcKlnuIde 6Wttg C.wbobwas
retail sh iip com lsaw d roesm
ouuy *irst-thm 5be=* at the kind
poussaatow1*w toam
rhy =0ste duiw r.bnyou
buy Keho ftru Dbmky.
aIUAn a, r CMaWS Bad at a. V.
,ipsos's* s. pwas*.
ow rat"56 a~t 0 di X" sl
msa a"bow&i



to slip into a shirt
we have laundered.
always correctly
when you send it to

It is

The Star Steam


V f1. Garden 9t

Phes it"

PssaI. p1

The Union Central Life
baa a lower death rate. lower expense rate. and higher
iterest rate than any company doing business in Florida
i i ild be easy for you to decide the rest.

. & Williams, Geeral Agent.

- -- i-- --~I





- - - - - - - - -



I amw =- =- =- =-