The Pensacola journal

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The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title:
Daily journal
Alternate title:
Pensacola news-journal
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
Mayes & Co.
Creation Date:
October 15, 1905
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ;


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


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

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S, I Philadelphia Americans by ScoreI

SnRElY TO of 2 toa o-Fas Enthusiastic. DrEPOT AT
NIRE T EEN CASE S k fasMt a by I.y H UIN SII
NI T EN CA S C -. By AsolaM d Press. other thr were won by the New
i I U mi New Yoi k, Oct. 1L.-xanager e-. Workers, XMatthewson having the cd-
aw Sand his Now York National lt of winning three Me-s and Xc-
SGl nity winning one and losing the
Imge champions wee almost mob- only one which the American League t a
SDT E bed by trended baseball enthusiasts chapions w .
y DISTANACE OF M MILES COVER on te Fo Gensi te afternoon, Bender for the Americans opposed
DPS Uut teTANC 288 MILE COV the latter wild with delight when, by Matthewson today and pitched gilt
A ED IN BETTER THAN A MILE A a score of 2 to 0 the Philadelphia ede ball, but New Yorkwasswift on TO ---
_____ American lasgr team tas defeated the bases. New York scored I the
MINUTE-SENSATIONAL TIME and the cbampatomalp uo the world Afth and eighth Innings. a ri B
ga L MDIN Y~ESTE-DAY MADE Y LANCIA IN I won by New York. A smmary of the score Is as fal-
W MADE Y LANCIA IN ITALIAN ive games were p taye in the post lows:
SNDOWD0 MARKED IMPOVC CAR. eason series between tk* two teams R B IN .
...._........THA. C ByAaol. i~ .r f. &ad Into each contest thedfeated aide New York .................. 2 6 2
M NT I ICATINu THAT CR- was shut ouL The sl ame was hiladelpbla.. .............0 5 0
TAM1 111100R119S WAS gotWt WMgEk an t it.-A her con- won by New York in P elphia by The attendance was twenty-four pyieas of the city mst here
S AM TY tAA, - n v.. Y' ork, Oct. 14.-A Frech ma- ai ich was played berw -*ato Philar will et each player of the Nation- as ao as they are dscoered. Th
S. -t - Cae dritve-n by HeMry won the nlater- by the e and thel 1,142 and the Americas 20. mst be done to the tte Helth O-
S OF TH d e national auto race for theVanderb!lt cer, the object being to have the ftm-
cautpoAfnew s the statement n tho n eorae L. thdad Latimn cod proceed at once to the
SM ----- O SS'.-e ^S^OWT & whi le 1 on the MineoolaL.'1, course today Ire sid 1 f O T n/ JI i/Vn raden ad n the o t
wa..ade that Fri. ptem e whil ery covered the distance of 28 -FIV LI S LOS T D U INa10 mhbe i the p.rk fm
stmi-sed, wasot ye aia-ted. miles In four hours, thirty-six minutes too tobe f oved. The fopallown
--y Ma l Pr w Another ef rt wil be made to set- and eight seconds. seven minutes bet. -TIf l IfIC S'TOJRCM A T SE A atear i be o t to f ky
.......M mo- m tie the ospute plomatial y before ter than a mile a minute. I RA 3 health Of ler oPt r to
e et to ves. bI the Bet- Hath, who won last year's race in this matter:
i Orb Oct. -14.-t-.. & Fresohti I --. In_ t e..e an American car and drove a FrenchCap Penmnol, sod Oth 1v 1
Sls sthe aS e v a ac wsp is bovrtlg within car this year, came in second, Tracy By Associated Pves thought the Campania should have Dr. e. nHaola Pie1, ct. H1alt4
to t $ 4p m. s: ttiht disita of the Venezuela In an American machine third -an New York, Oct. 14.--lve lives are topped n the attempt tosave those Pen ola.
Iew e_ o-.; total to Gate coast and others are ready to join lanela in an Italian car, fourth. w known to have been lost and ore thioverboard, the offcers s o ace wthay
Now.. ..s 19; towoto dat. .. that this was practically an Imposs- Dear..cto. In.....
M*5 it a nabort [tec. L ia's time for thte seven rou than thirty personsW tads. some & ability. rlt d a
..... 5; to t al t 42o. X was sensational, the time being far than thirty persona l eiB, ablity. a Rsl adopte b th- City
# NOW etI. Inside the mile a minute mark. riously, on the Cunard line steamship Ooth passengers and officers say terday the thiteenth stant have
m -a r t.e et 1M i T Tllr There were several accidents ur.- Campania last Wednesday when a gi- the waves In the Wednesday's gale w1to1.rsut5 ain.-
s VID [ATu THE |||| || |U ing the race. but no one was ktlted gantic wave roUted over the steamer were the highest ever seen. At times S request you
..... --........... .. | |||lThe elapsed time at the close was and swept across te deck thick with they broke as high as the moke tn mo Pos.5i L and eac
........................ as follows: Hemery, 4:36:8; Heath, steerage passengers. lThe steamer stacks. ,- e n e t- a--er
agw'----4- e --6 '4:39:40; Tracy, 4:58:26 Iancia ave, was burled so deep tht pasengers An hour before the a. M6t te. 0 le i.n es to t o e to
Nw Or Oc 14.- v r thirty one seconds we submerged to waists as second olicer, on the bridge. bwasby t o t. te o c ..
aitoiinins hewe4 l n,. t.e.mme.e.v. b water rolled struck by the descending crest of a State Health Oer in this City, all
Stth d g g Uta OeW _JiMn |Ci l kATAiAI af snrn t and then sue sWat. e r,,, knocked down and rendered a "eer' whc caS beb-
MEMO< bee wthe dafty total CAPTAI FLIN r rUnI Although some o at passengers conscious. dpao stell ro
at wek > as all cases of Yellow Perer.

--- li I t e o- w oIh I may deem needful to e f
dgtth Aelag, Se-l *a M| migahted for the purpose of destroys
|| aM need pasqs o ln a__ B HARBOR MArSER A sR- Dy A*etoited Pr s*, possible yeBow lever infected me'.
S. CROMs~I, UCGEDN W4Wit. -l i9 Hst of the principal football games and perhaps oet atfai, for a report
1 U Eh* La Wd, Ore... U..-Cogre played' to-day of cases to be made to 70M t O eiIE-
e the d C the L-- LI AM.OLSEN DECEASEO. mat John N. Williason, coasted of University of Michigan 18, Vadder- fever. If there Is t an Ordl .e of i
teeth week f the aght atu t e & M a I F conspiracy to defraud the Federal built 0. the City of Penaool whioh will en.
$ever a"d It Is not believed the au- government of public lands, was sen- Univursity of Pennsylvania 17, North force this requirement, you are asked
thortties will be actively 0enagd for Harbor Master J. E. Abercromble tenced to ten months Inprisoment. Carolna 0. to bring the matter to e attention
more than two weeks longer. as appointed Capt. J. M. Flynn, as West Point 6, Virginia Polytechnic of the Mayor, that the necessary an-
latereet i the yellow ever site- deputy harbor master to succeed Wil- MIA MACKEY IS NOW 16. thority by law may be ceded to the
on was rshadowed today by the A mliam Olsen, who expired during the WOMAN OLF CHAMPION. Princeton 48, Bucknell 0. State Health Officer for this purpose.
attention given to what is regarded The frst Ilotfon of the Uw Jim rst portion of the week of yellow By Associated Press.' Yale 30, Holy Cross 0. Yours very truly,
througlt the bustmaes conuamnitr as Crow" street car law. which became fever. New York, Oct. 14.-Miss Pauline Amherst 23. Bowdoln 0. JO. Y. PORTER,
a a ue n w-wrmted ran Oa the detective Friday. having been passed Captain Flynn Is one of the oldest Mackay, of the Oakley Country Club, Syracuse 27, Hamilton 0. State Health Ofeer. s
Geemanaioa dollars ith over by the city council fifteen days pre. harbor pilots of the poAt, and will no of Watertown, Mass., won the wo- University of Chicago 17, Unwerslty
with InvetmtIi n gilt edged securi- on s ocrred yesterday morning doubt render satisfactory service in man's National Golf championship to- or Inoiana 5.
isthe Gema in gilt edged srecurd vious, occurred pyerday morning,' his new position. day, defeating Miss Margaret Curtis. Clemson 5, University of Tennes
ties the Germanis has been regarded when Lw B. Crowmn a colored preacher. He has served as master of a num- of the Essex Country Club, of Man- see 5.
"a one tf the 'strongest banking in- was arrested upon complaint. ber of the harbor tugs, and is chester, Mass., by one up In eighteen Harvard 12, Springfield Training
K I'nt-o~ n 1 the teu The arrest was made by Captain thoroughly familiar with the harbor. holes. School 0. I
A. Javestigation by the clearing ..... .
house conmmktee showed that the Fondebilla. Cpoom took a front seat
beak was able to pay all depositors on one of the depot cars, and refused s
ta ftll asa then divide more than sto move when the conductor notified
eight hundred thousand dollars among himhn to get Into the colored compart- -
the stockiolderm meant. Croom claimed that he had a
right to a seat in any portion of the *
m 'O car after be had paid his tare. o
SIThe police were called for and MC
Croom was placed under arrest. At
the police station his bond was fixed a
Ia*I I I t $100.00, which was furnished. The d
case will be heard Monday morning t
I C UN I I n therecorder's court. That 501 S M t
SI It It is understood that the move yes- st
COU CILnthey es i the stt l ,kaa ao- t Sue Oe Cit
wards a test of the new law, and thhtlooking o W ts S Ort OffCia s
the case will be appealed to the state fa
supreme court should other courts And Ci zs.
uphold the new law. I

COLOR : / Mayor Biss yesterday reelvec' from I,
*State Health Officer Porter a letter th
1S' informing him of the action of the io
I 1I 'l / -Fresldent of the State Board of Health e
SkIand asking the mayor for the enthu- p
plastic support of the city officials, as
HELDLFO Reli as the citizens. The letter is as
TOP follow:
T n i IPensacola, Fla.. Oct. 13, 1905.
HELD F lLHon. Chase. H. Bllss, m
I f 1 Hon.- Chas.- H. Bliss, M URI R/ 'Mayor City of Pensacola, Pla. ph
Ib ie sl E aer \li-Dear Sir:-The President of the sh
utalaa WVc-COasal 0. B. Calero, State Board of Health, under the au- W
who has served In that postlon in M thority of the Governor and Comptrol- st
-t for the Pst nineteen yearII I 11 < \ ler of the state, has empowered me as in
has bee highly honored by als goT \State Health Officer to strenuously ou
UamnL. prosecute the work of yellow fever ha
.e Y'tnMaay he received through the Y S elM I era Acation from Pensacola, and to re- th
S aAs te 4ecrgee of the King of Italy.' t I double energetic action in this direc- th
I| WMi he is appointed to the rank au a.m . | tion. To accomplish this purpose, per. ne
et CavWllere of the Order of the *W WU |. mission has been granted to the State ou

C e of Italy. This rank is bestow-; Health Oicer to use such an amount po
04 age only vice-consul's who have the State Board of Health's funds ag
bt n1iA the service for eighteen years th "prosecute an energetic fight against "I
a4d wIwh rendered satiogactory ser- yellow fever alqng such scientific lines m
vies. TO be so honored by the zirg Tom Grice, colored boy aboqt a. in his judgment will meet the situa. to
I a d4staCtteio which but few reclve nineteen years of age, is an occupant tkin," but I am instructed by the Pre-
Wd Mr. Catero is therefore Justly tof the county jail, havOng been placed | ident of the Board a telegram from
0 e"dC of having received the decora- there and held upon the charge of him late last evening that the cono- be
h. murder. Grtee reides. In the neigh- tons of this tender state distance hu
The dipkoma, set ting forth the de- r d are "so long as the State Heak Ocer ye
Cwee. also, gives the vice-cousa othe shall receive enthusiastic support and ne
pWvilege of decorating himself with k is alleged that Grice and another hearty co-operation of the Pensaeola s
e creis eof the Cavaliere. colored boy whose name could aot b1 public at large." I shall be glad to ty-
learned. were seen to go out into confer with you and Dr. Horace Lc th
M I SI N Escambia river ina small row oa I S'mpson, the resident member of the tf
EMPERand RS SIGN ld after Grice returned by mel J State Board of Health on this subject, to
S RS Iclaiming that the other boy had ss the President requests that what- bl
fallen overboard aud drowned. ever action is taken and undertake
MM T TM *falle&This occurred adOW XM vid, and ever action is taken and undertake
,T s occurred ar McDavid, and that the State Health Aathoritles most
TUE statements made make it appear that i that the a clear unaerstanding of the e ST

Grice took a dollar from the boy and tent of authority to be granted by the
Then pushed him from the boat into city to do the work, as wel as the e.
IB A a 'the river. tent and proportion of the service and
Wahingto.Oet. 14-The emperor The body has not yet been recover- expense which will be expected to be
t ssrnia anie the Emperor f aparn ed, although a search is betag made borne by the city government trt
this morning i their _pective for .1 Very truly, pa
e of the peace trety, tus oeI- Gri e was arrested and bi ght :o JO. Y. PORT ,
M Fm the war. this city by Depty Sheriff *si. OLD) AL. NS MIBWT ON THU BATT' GROUNI. State Health Oicer. tm




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* 0
* Follbwing is the o aicial w
* mary ofth yellow rev0 ritW
* ton up to last ntt:
* New cases .. .. .. .. U1
* Total cases to date .... ..34
* Deaths yesterday .. ... ... 1
* Total deaths to date .. .. ..
* Cases Discharged .. .... 1i 1
* Cases under treatment .. 19
-- - -- -- -----
Last night's yellow fever port
showed a "great Improvement In the
aittation in Pensacola. The ofcial
report was eleven new cases sad one
death, a decrease of eighteen cases
over the day previous, and also a s-
enase tin the death rate.
The report caused Dr. Porter m
all of the health official to beoome
more cheerful, and it wil no doubt
have a similar effect upoa the mie-
dent" of the city, especially the
who become worried owing to the
pro = day's report.
The New Cans.
The new eases reported by the O'p
lecians last ntght ate as follows:
Mrs. F. Geri, East Church street.
Mrs. Liger, No. 7 East DeSoto
Arthur Reed, 512 West Wrgi-*t
Miss Alice McLellan. 606 North
Ninth avenue.
Albertio Vermillion, 625 Heaiburg
John Williams, 814 East DeLeon
Henry Rogers, East Gregory street.
Joe Brock, Twelfth avenue and SaI-
nmanca street.
Bill Daniels, 611 East Belmont
Mrs. W. J. Ham, 411 Eat Cervantef
W. B. Smith, (colored), 215 North
tens street.
The One Death.
The one death occurring was that
f W. M. Cross, of Gregory and
toyle streets. He had been Ill fr
several days, having been reported
s a yellow fever patient in Thur*-
ay's report. His wife is also Ill with
he fever.
The deceased conducted a small
tore at the corner of Gregory and
oyle streets, but some weeks ago
secured employment as one of the
mlgating force, where it is supposed
e contracted the disease.
He was a member of Van Buren
idge No. 875. I. 0. 0. F., of Chicago,
1., and the funeral will be under
he auspices of the local Odd yeb
)ws. There services will be conduct-
d at 10 o'clock at the undertaking
arlors of Northup & Wood, and the
terment will be In St. John's ceme-
Dr. Porter EKncouraPm

State Health Officer Porter wu
uch encouraged last night when the
physicians submitted their reports,
owing only eleven new cases.
'hen asked about the situation he
ated that he attributed the decrease
cases to the persistent and vigor-
is manner in which he fumigating
ad been conducted, and now that
e cases had commenced to decrease
e fight will be continued with re-
'wed vigor, in the hope of stamping
it the disease at as early a date as
Dssible. "I am very greatly encour-
ed." said the state health officer.
t shows the result of thorough ft-
Igation, which is now being done
a larger extent than heretofore."
Fumigating Houses.
The fumigating force, which hag
en increased by the addition of one
ndred men, did some excellent work
sterday. The report of Drs. Ken-
dy and D'Alemberte last night
owed that during yesterday nine-
two houses had been fumigated by
e force. This work will continue
rough Sunday, as It Is the desire
cover the city as quikly as possl-

By Aassecated Press.
Berlin, Oct. 14.-The strike of elee-
cal workers has ended, the cowm-
aies agreeing to a five per cent lu-
ease In wages. The rest is a vi'
7 for the emliegs.

Tomdayam sad y lightI

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iRuby Dawson. CeMt*Y, OIL.
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IRobert DootW Century, Fla.
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J~ea A. Wamur, OfkvilftUeb .
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XMUD.Swaine, City.
Mamais8. WGAt, Cty.
VIrginia C. Walker, City.
Maui. Carter. CMt.
A~ther Jokaso% City.
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Be"" B fyer city.
*JGSs AuAr& kdtarnot cailyputa
(re4) two eent stamp om her es-
.#*Nw but also use an her "Answer
eillaSeblette gives "t4e 2.
Waskimtmgtoa" "%x' .4. pfisi~mrs"
GUd theugh she gives the correft c*,-
be. me iher ammers, nano SR4 ad-
dres an earreetlf and hqautlfully
tltteu her- auswvm* eon" & Imav. a
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T%* mual m r t em,.u
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to iqech the mde e06" r mgl this
wereV aPakaddrews
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sMd mbodY had time to bother wikk
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Mayor Bliss has added several more
eittieas to the list of volunteer l4-
bpectors, etah BWein aigaee t6
blocks in which they reside. The
vbluateer men are redetfa ezeel-
lent service to the tf tt, M It is t-
peted that better results will be ob-
tai i when paore foolntefr this
worLk. T O aloaal ataeo ar
Lashla =f bloc i lS u"M
88 el mout Na '*rt.
ISer UasLebstauth, bkoSk IAnW vheh
P. A. Hendrix, 8th Ave. to~tki A"f.
between StWma, and besdto.
Jaek braa4oa. itvillets to tehs, b*
twen ftomiaa nad Intendefcla.
Mitch Jacoby, Bloets 8 and It ab
ost- by Frank Miwatdi.
W. A. Allen. Block in wlie SetUI-
era Hotel is located and block across
the street.
It's folly to sauer from that horrtibl
L ,e of the night, lthig p1ies.
LaS IA 6ntment cures, qntekry aiAL
tPe nBa tly. At aby drn tore, 90


Prof. Walter Miller, breessor of
ofieek te Tala.e Umivertty, atr
rcu the elmeal heo# wrete
Na filltig amUueitei ormloa to a
6 il &2aud eaileague:
The Peaseolia Classicail school is
4*Mi a splnadid work for the ease of
6thatern daition. It is established
Sbroabd aelles, it cieMAles tf
M idt= 311 at eholarslM; it main.
tie a l atMf rd of excelleare-
abd by the best modern methods an"
eOImemt It seares thwughnea of
tatng a comparable wit that aferitd
tie grekt utt. tesole of tb*
L To my *t1m the Penmeotla
Classical Sehai t one of the very
bmt secondary ictools at the south."
Dr. Veabla prildent at the Va
vrftmy at xNth Cbalb, w*rits: *I
Str me ltsr to Ntiy to .ta
1.ainum o- the l a ir
te salmtu *1 toS f
"ar school to the untvralty. Wb
s d be glad to aTe Snr&e 4 the
SIme type."
Dt. Geo. Petrpe, krofaem at Latln
adi History In the Alabama Polytech.-
M)c Institute, Mite: "I nalder. the
PFmascola Classlit MeBA ome of tIe
best fitting eshodi Int thit shuti at
te south. I cal eBftdatly 1 Bdat*r
the ISatminighn of its wat an ts
healthy manly atmosphere tMAt 9a
Tydea the lettalAW
9tr further tnftrmation or etd
WtM- df the meta addrhl.I
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Cam M tell whi they are? The first is Columbus.




1 Over 2,000,000 Sold in West Florida in 1904.
Frank Reilly, Agent, Pensacola Florida

Don't O@


It comes to latmrAtee.
taking the risk yotwelf.
it over to us and

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fMPy Writteu p.
It'' safcr and costs but little
If in doubt ask others who
know and have had experience
Investigation will prove we're
right. We take '.e risk an i
thta ends your worry. Insure
now. Delays are dangerous






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Conwoldated Gromerm Coa 72y 9 NSMor tW te O. 3140
Company, of Jaeksonille: the florida Grocery Com auy, of Ja eavlM
the grocery br seh of the lorida Naval Storem and Co MIeaso CMops
of Jacksonville; the groeesy branch A the Mutual Naval Stores Compai@ .
JacksonvIll: their bhe Gltf Naval Stores Comptay, a
Tampa; me grocery branch of the 0M Naval tore Oopfary, of
the grocery braehk of tie We CCoast Naval Stores CoMpa, of Peasaeaja
the grocery branch of the teoithern w aval 8toree Oemanay, of It aWL
Will handle everythtIng In Heavy and Light Grocerfed, Orain
and Imported Groeerlek, Thrpuntr Too#%, etc. State Agents for he
Hickory Turpentine Wagons.

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-- At a meeting of the advisory boast
Hendrix & Carpenter will furnish of the Penweola Classical Seboolh be
estimates on building and palntita Sept. 25, 1905, it was Touardt l#tb to
and give personal attention to work. postpone the opentng of the coming
9S2 H. Strong. and 824 t LaRua e e
streets. psion nrIll more favorable endj.
tistreetsons prevail.
McKlnife Oerting & Co.., wholesale H. CLAY ARMSTRONO,
and retail ship chand'ers and grocers, Prtncipa.
the only first-class house of the kind
in Pensacola. PFair Woie to all TO THE TNAH.
Why use irferior paser, when you On account of quarantine, we wril
can buy Kelo Bond, F-iech Dimity, not undertake to establish a4 branch
Kara Linet, or Crane's Bond at C. V. house in Pensacola until same ;i -e-
Thompson's, 30 1k Palafox. vokeJ. We will make all oil and
grain sbhiI utI fs&m Mobile. Ala.
THa R~ENTAL BUSINSS jt oaur ame will go forward promptir. Send
specialty and your busalaea wiU us your orders for high grade oils.
have earefttl attetUa. I Hale WU, PURE OIL CO,
son & e. 14septla. J. P. Davis, ALt.


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smal O MRIGI OF lARRTNO flei


n ee asmnm e wearing earlgs Te
the M Mobammedans have a curlu-l
legend to account for the beginning of
O i -cstomocho wearing e rings. They-
say that Sarah, being jealous of Ha-._
t a UAS u iso Ftir a Amll / l ie had Imbruped her hands in the
blood of her bondmald. Abraham
9rd ON" Nk qu y pierced Hagar's ear and drew
W CM u TH CLOTM Is rnag through It, so that Sarah was
PROVED WORTHY, 1I H L able to feldll her rash vow without
danger to the bondmaid's life.
t. special^ t.o Te Jor l From that time, they say, It became
AND FIT FOLLOW, BUT DeFPnilak, Oct. 14.-Oongreesmarn customary for women to wear ear-
NOT UNTIL THEN. W. B. Laiar will attend the fair, also rings. The story of Rebekab's earring EW SILK S--Unm atch abl V alus
the Honorable Harvey Jordan, of At- Is only one of many early Biblical a I-"" W YW -- ^fl 8 ch
lanta. Mr. Jordan is president of the luslons to the ornament. When Aaron
g& "" .s sI y Sbouthern Cott Associay tio n af d is made the golden calf, It will be re- At p
book The thir Saturday of the fair Fridayweek. membered, he called upon the Israelites
W Twill bhe Military day and the fair, Fridays- to "break off the golden earrings which
will be Military Day and the fair as-
Sm location wt give a handsome gold are in the ears of your wives, of your
Sedal to t"he bst drilled man. and a sons and of your daughters and bSring t
cup to the best drilled quad'. The them unto me." And out of these andW L D R E S S
water of the medal retains it and the other golden ornaments the calf was
Scup will belong to the winning squad made. From this it is plain that ear-
until another proves greater ability, rings were worn by the Hebrews with- t 19
The Town Improvement Association out regard to sex or age.
N qmkqrealizing how fatiguing and unpleasant In Great Bgtain the familiar orna -
Sit is for ladies to stand around on the ments have ben worn for many cen-
streets all day, especially during gala tries, and not by women only. Charles
.r "c^ -.*,,."^^^,,,d r?,dbyn C NEW LA DIES' SUITS-Beautifully Made,
--lays will erect a "bower of rest" for Ntinsaid wopea lya r les
those who vist the fair and all who I it s said, wore pearl earringsof con- a t wau ne
are sI inclined may take advantage of siderable value and the day before his
Iit A step in this direction has been execution took ope from his ear and
needed for maoe time and the assocla- gave it to BishopJuxon for transmis- at 13 50, $1490 and $1
C. C. a-*m *4r Arne4ap ar tioa i to be congratulated for their lion to his daughter, the princess royaL
------------ thoughtfulness in the matter. Babelais says that It was in his day-
g 9 s The ladies of this association serv- the era of Henry VII. of England-
S ed hot chocolate, coffee, sandwiches, that men n France first began to wear
cake ae salC' ice erem ao the uPstairsearrings.s
evening and as a result added nearly istn portrait of Shakespeare repre-
So teory eal.y. ptat e Come, to the Busy Store for Cut Prices on Sheets, Towels, Bla
twenty dollars to their treasury.
R g IL = S L # o s* W Mrs. N 1bert Mave a reception seats him wearing such an adornment.
e u tve k avsen re Ihor otf a show the poe withmfrts Bed Spreads Knit and Mus Underwear
t IV Ti Mrs. L J. A Reewa of MMintaro Mrs. beard and an earring in his left ear.I T
SILL i T O L Beeves returned to hBamin y Sunday, Lord eberbor e possesses at herbers e
where she wll rematn till after frost. Hoae, near the old world town of
Mrs. Marmlo Clutter, of Pesuacola, Northleach, a portrait of one Thomas
J. J. Beeltm has returned to the Is the guest of her brother, Mr, 0. J. Datton, a sixteenth century worthy,
ky alfte aft & om etd sever al ays Brown. Mrs.a Cltter oove forty who Is represented, aays his lordship,

B. & ert Is reported as being ged by the frst ethodst church wr a corresponding earring In it."
quite Il, i.a6h hi uleas is tnoaght as organist. Nowadays few men wear them save
to be de to a eOL. Dr. C. B. McKlan te, of Miton, wau me ailors and fishermen and nart-
Mr. Geoe ay the polar check here two days this week an protes- vi. Among the people of the south.
dert ao the Uslem Naval t for a at sonal business. Mrs. McKinnon and era part of Europe their use by both
Gooldtg, has recovered a" wasa ot the little ones, who have aeen visiting sxer la more common and often be-
idyes.terday. 50Mr and Mrs. Daniel Campbell for sev- gins at an early age. In Spain babes' D HD the public welfare hag received much LD lIQK S
Seal days. returned home Tuesday ear are bored soon after birth.The W O O* IHEP A comm< udatlon from those who are only L TUL e t "e
The ascks A. J.( hapman with 30 night with the doctor. family doctor performs the operation "lookers on in Vienna."
1co&of LM entered pot y ester- Est Pass on Thuarsly, where she hast h e Fra till they att i nemn HELPS RELIEF FUNDI A.s n
day.h been since Jane. Ih w nthe wires attre remo-v- When doctors fail, try Burdock
he Nerwegina bark Marianao eo- After a tour of two months in the ohn we are remve Blood Bitters. Cures dyspepsia, eon-
6ereeasd stra ate ate ry ft west, Mr. J. J. McCaskill arrived hom bee l the es HE ALSO 00 ENDS THE JOUR-e tipation; nvigorates the. whole sy y Associated Pres.
ssa. heIs consigaed to H. Deanrs T Y bse l inflne on the eyesr.K o HEJALSO OOa cEND .THE J.IcOUR- t K .
Rev. S. B. Rogers, president of the A Spanish woman writes, "phthal- NAL FOR ITS VI ROU NICE RSH OYSTERS ON THE c
e Baptist ssociaton, was here a and scrofula are rare in pain, and HALF SELL DAILY AT NICK earthquake shocks of un al d
Se n TN Y in the Interest of the t church the natives maintain that freedom PORT OF HEALIH AU. APOSTLE. tion, and aectg the wole l d of
r Ambe / tknow salts place. therefrom is owing to ear piercing." Jaamica were felt here this week. The
she is on the road to recover The hope of the minds of the people In Portugal and Italy and frequently THORITIE first shock was on Thursday and last-
Ssevere se of yellow fever. here for an early frost has een grea- in France children usually have theirnearly a minute The second and
The steamer Nederland from Gu' 17 increased by the coolness of the' ears pierced at an early age. Many t
St te P. Shoer Copther the path w Pensall col men in the south retain their earrings In sending $2500 for the relief fund MISSISSIPPI an
Sa released to-morrow and come oveblr 'urin her braT e ht with the fever r reaching manhood. Cardinal Hon. W. B. Sheppard, U. S. District ting motion of the earth made some
t the city for cargo. placewishes for the speedy a st amous hiso r asAttorney for the nrthe district of pery sick. There wa no er
Ba. JoCh E. Stillman was taken stampig out of the fever there more have worn them from infancy as a pre Floria, who resides i Pen ola, but By Associated Press. r damage to A A MATTER
1 yesterday afernoon and was com- than DelPmak. ventive against an affection of the eyes who is now in Tahlahassee, writes The Jackson, Miss. Oct. 14.-The Mis-
ed to go tohi bome. Re to which he had been subject Journal as follows: sissippi fever summary r to-day s COUNTERFEITING THE GENUINE TON ALO PR
s ihtwere tothe effectthat hs the adequate advertising of your bus- The popular notion that piercing the Hon. W. B. Sheppard's Letter. as follows: Natchez, three new Foley & Co., Chicago, originated
ness? Did the time ever come? ear exercises a beneficial influence up- Tallahassee, Fla., Oct. 13, 1905. cases, two new foci; Vicksburg, one Honey
Thehe alth of those occupying cells The daily omelal fever report i on the optic nerves is widespread. An Mr. Frank L. Mayes, Editor Journal,new cae; ort Gison, three new remedy, and on account of the great THE M QUIT
In the coaty jail is exceptionally seldom receed by Ther English trailer of little more than a Pensacol Flacase one death; setta, one new merit
good at presem. There is not a case after nine o'clock p. m. man)- ro century ago noticed that.many men in Dear Mr. Mayes:-I was not awarecase. and Tar many imitations are offered LOW EVER.
of sickness in the jail. not withstand-quests are received for lnformatn Vienna wore earrings and was told that the relief committee's emergency/ Takes the burn outheals the wound stations have similar sounding names. i
ag the tact that there are sixty-one regarding the situation previous to they were wonlA a good deal for the tas so great. I enclose yOl my ch~cuBk'p '
tnmMtes there 5. present. :that hour, however, that The Journal eyes, "the hole in the ear and the for $2.00 which please deliver to the ,rs
Have you always accomplished, on is compelled to ask that subscribers weight of the earring drawing any hu- proper hands. Sage Ask for it and refuaea alyh r PI
the moow. all of the things you have and others refrain from calling up mor n the eyes to those parts," which The Journal is anxteuslt awaited LIME8 10 CENTS DOZEN state. It is the best remedy for
"pt doing until then? If you the oce for the Information until Is hardly scientific. tuaton. everybody out of Pensao- WHITE'S RESTAURANT. Drugist and apthercsry, 121 outh
eappy (i-y for the-o pl new shen it wt el be AT- -^ 'coughs and celds W. A.E D'Ue rb rt C a
have, you ae very rich and a very i after 9 p. m., when it will be gladly Village folk In England believe In i, recognizes the fact that had The A N Duostr e
happyt to e a yowiser man-and top the good effect of ear piercing on the Journal's lead for co-operation with AND ALSO Palafox street.
ooting yourself. wiow m-ay times No expense is spared in th mn eye just as firmly as their like in Italy and support of the health authorities CREAM BREAD DAILY F rmadeh
aoolig you deferreslf. uniowl another times act ue of Blue Ribbon thlemo an. and elsewhere abroad. In fact, In some been followed, the fever situation NICE FRESH OYSTERS ON TH FRESH CE
ba m you deferrre until another timelfacture of Blue Ribbon lemon and NICE FRS OYSER OEIM 1 EN D N
vanilla extracts. They are absolute places ear piercing is regarded by the would have been vastly different today. HALF HELL DAIL AT LI 10 CENT DOZEN
ly pure and so highly concentrated rustlcs as a remedy for many troubles. The outside ,#rld has been amazed at APOSTLE AT
that only half the quantity Is required At the other side of the world boys the ignorance, obstinacy and resist- WHITE'S RESTAURA --
and the flavor is simply perfect. have their ears pierced from a different ence exhibited by, a large element AW T RSA NT.
mote. A writer on Chinee supersti- theire eve to the legal test of the A CRD. AND ALSO W
Stions says that John Chinaman pierces right of compulsory sanitation in the This is to certify that all druggits 'CREAM BREAD DAILY. D L
SBC OR his settle boy'ss ao and makei hre time of epidemic. are authorized to refund your money Druggist and
Swear earringboy's eafor st and evil sirit haim Pensacola's visitation i* to be re- if Foley's Honey and Tar fails Drugi and
Y O U R f R IE N D S pen to see hi be will m sa h m am wh i ,er haps, iso te unw anted c ou gh h al t e o l n an prev10t2
for a girl and will not take the trouble publicity given to our stupidity, as well serious results from a cold. Cures ia
to carry him away.-London Telegraph. as the unwholesome sanitary condi- grippe cough and prevents pneumonia
B tions tolerated in the past Giscredit- and consumption. Contains no opi i
T J THE JOURNAL MAILED OUTSIDE Ce.tme___tI at the. Dreak t a t. ablet able to a city of the magnitude and ates. The genuine is in a yellow hak- na lOO l l I

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en aD Po1, in hi s book or reminis- commercial importance of Pensaeola ge. Re e bsttute ET T OOK
THE CITY AT SAME PRICE cences entitled "'dds and Ends," tells Mayor Bliss's devotion and loyalty to emberte, Druggist and i apothecary. OF PENSAC.LA DRUGGISTS FREE
CHARGED F0111 IT IN a good story of the time when literary 10o u T
CA ED Fr IT IN breakfasts were the rage In London.
THE CITY. A lady who had risen from the ranks,
Iand whose husband had realized a
large fortune, affected what she had
TherearetilafewepleI neither been born to nor could ever if yo rea "stickler" for
tacola. who do not seem to reali;zer
Ithat The Jou-nal will be sent to she desired to be "In the swim" and ity, healthfulness and a double Y
TmAeo thingir esteWNI friends and relatives who are outside suggested to her equally ignorant huas-
S-A hMbw'r I '. tihe Io the city at 10c a week-exactly the band that they should give a literary p drink g it all r Talk
cMahemd hai e for 1; rwithl t is ame price which they are required breakfet. The invitations were is- ut l
Ioedocel4ould"endurte ato. a. to pay in the city. sued and several people of light and F a t
d Miatato chdbrth;appratin.ati s o Many are having The Journal sent leading assembled at the breakfast.
11,M, .Ur'sFti.d as devidto he' to their friends who are interested in The discussion at the table was on C=
msthe an dangumb oiWtk the feter news here. It Is a source the comparative merits of Cicero and business a
Mehashe s :mr'sPrS*e dSthem of pleasure to them, because it gives Deimosthenes. The hostess listened in-
t-a -r-it :Aes thefodmodthe tnem all the home news in detail. p tently for some time and ultimately, as
*MlyVO cuPtrate from the labnrsf The letters you write only giAe part, the conversation became more ani at-
Emuraity. ,abn herto her te of some of the news, but The journal e, she called out to her husband at
an jpnse'hebr tese gives all the details of all the new. e, ohe cled ot tohe tabe a 5
heauar. and ahpre acy hecm Send in the name of your absent the table:
mg rta my tbmto fr iSend and the paper will be rmaid "Husband, dear, take down at once
SO F"r M regularly3. It will be greatly appre- th name and addresses of these twp
ted. tead, iB-mt rmlss ciated and will save you the trouble gentlemen and let us invite them to our It is brewed conscientiously from the
i tpmmiias.hastoppbarm of writing letters so often. There are next breakfast." choice
ad isan1tS hat ~or, many who send their own paper away ..
hou bmkeadsi t iftuam..If ,to after reading It themselves. But to A oteh divine adri o tS to event bilo the
au.b'--mg -mg:ac.mN*ts stamp, making the cost six cents a pulpIt tO lead the sti n a on r a
|wraly eSt had week. and the paper reaches its ds- prayer when a man in the frost row .
M teai han t. am ablh tos owe
Ita the pgas m e rIa to oa tination one day late. Then, again. of the gallery took out his hadker tickler for the "sticld.r'B taste. Be urm to cs1 f
matt.n stiL itbMahear h. there are times when the paper is for- chief to wipe his brow, forgetting that "Gr Beer mO ad&m o by -tU mw eu Fo
Th amwshoshl be mengh g u ___ gotten, or when the one-cent stamp is a pack of cards was wrapped up o i t.
M tto o a ot available. All this can be done Noisily the whole deck was scattered W 19 GANULAT
r pnd b& cei^nk m av-ay with by having it sent from this over the floor of the gallery. "Oh POUN MACK
a--- aB n -(Ma g otce. moo, mon," solemnly remarked the COMB BMae,
C- O T O T minister, "surely your psalm bulk lhas New Mackerel,
NICE FREON OYSTERS ON THEIR been but in buad!"
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PumA(oA, LOUZM, 3UDA m" IOVNimm, OCTOO 1, 1965

h, a"igd of Dyta,
Agoay With Anaesthetics
At Wednesday's session of the
American Humane Assoliation Miss
A tie 6. Hall, at Cloelan, startled
the members by proposing the adop-
tio of a reaolutean i faw of legal-
Itag the administration of anaesthet-
1- to persons dying In agor y and
sad, in this enntion that there
We o ften I ldents la time of rail*
way wrecks when trainmen and pas-
angrs were so badly injured that
their ve coold not possibly be asvt.
KieS Hall believed It oug*t to be
MisIsble sa Msch esM to relieve
Qskr Sfrf a, and ahe also favored
0 ad4" t gteo of anaetheties ce
pm eas dyia of it ncumble dsmamm.
lmUe the paa S at death kwre w

Onthe Ragged 9-dge.

ILe 14. t::

The festive Gopher roams the lea,
in Florid.
The needfl soap growm atre.
The luselous orange and tart time,
The products of 'most every clime
Can be had in quantity for a dime,
.In Florida.
Alligators thipk as fleas,
In Florida.
Monster sharks swim thro' the seas,
In Florida.
Treat and grouper always bite,
Tou can catch 'em day or night-
Those big snappers are a sight,
In Florida.
When the tide is out the table's set
Il Florida.
You don't even need a net
In Florida.
Oysters thickly line the shore,
You eat 'em and then yell for more
And stuff yourself 'till sides are sore
In Florida.

serves all the prosperity that has Politicians thick as corn on a cob
been its portion ever since the first, In Florida.
been its portion. ever since the rst And all on a still hunt for a job,
day of publication. In Florida.
They greet you with a great big smile
Mr. Cortelyou promises to soon give That seems so innocent of guile
out some history regarding contribu- Then pump out hot air for a while
tions to the 0. 0. P. campaign fund. In Florida.

George may have a lot to say on the
subject, but its dollars to doughnuts
he won't tell very much.
From all the talk about the Spin-
ters, who have been successful in
securing allotments of government
land, wanting husbands, it would ap-
pear that Uncle Sam Is also some-
thing of a matrimonial agent.
Won't ome state kindly quaran-
tine against Florida turpentine or
rosin, just to keep up the excrement?
Isn't about time for Mr. McCurdy

t and a few other captains of asur
S OO wtot M t t t" dance finances to take a Bouropean trip
nprff itin ofaK M BHall was rule
oet, but at the same tle it ftr- READ THEM.
nib*s mSbN& fs o r w9c"aL
There is eertainly a barbarc tinge a r ofa8oo d Jobw ai
Ob -A4kWU- Ot Ohydelaw re proMably you--ought to -
ke ont @ h"o om W INTBRESTING news, don't you think
tilly pump hydrogen a tryeh- You will overlook some of this kint
aloe Itto a patient witl the ho-e atly of news en the day you fail to read thi
ot ypre Wastag I f r a lbw bheom cr want ads.
even minutes, and the suggestion that
the death stugles be made painless Today may be your "lucky day," bu
by modern science will manay- unless you read the want ads. you ma;
not Sad it out.
Toeates, er-pelally aao thoem whio ui
give the embOjet earetfl thuet.hL Are you still "clerking for yourself?
An eastamee la point oeearred in a; Better resolve to devote yourself ti
wreck an the Brie railway a number-the management of your business-
of years age. A heavy pe~sger and go to the want ads. for another
train, rushing throuf the alght at a
speed of f8ty alles a hor was s eud-
speel-ydofity t m-es an hour -s e d-v A few lines of type may re-make th4
ely dealed, the enie and several map of your business life--and the
cars being hurled down a high em- are apt to appear any day in the wan
bankmeat, where they immediately ad. columns.
eagtt Ire. Help was promptly at
hand and nearly all of those imris- You probably never regreted any ca
oaed in the wreck, excepting those fare or time spent in answering a wan
killed Instantly, were take n out in t deed that they lea
You on at'foo$s errand." Bvery such
safety. The Ireman, however, was trip teaches you something-prett
pinned beneath the massive belier nearly every one should pay you fto
and was being slowly roasted to' our trouble.
death, those near at hand being abso- ---
lately powerless to give him aid. Regular reading of the want ads.
We realized his position and b-ed egulae weighing and balancing of th<
that his misery be nded-he k tt they present, is a practi
that his wise bended-heknewcat education. You learn your city, its
at agonizing death was lnevitable- peopia, values of things, human na
but no one moved to end his suffer- tute, what tb believe and what to
wega. Finally the poor fellow man- rject--and you learn to know a real
fged to free one hand and, with the opptunt At first sight. That pells
lame licking at him e all sides, do-

lIberstely drew a revolver and blew Good stenographers
4ft o brstenoraphers are never
nt his own brains Who can say it scarce: and yob are not wise to "put
wald have not been an act of human- up with a poor one" when good ones
fy to relieve this poor fellow, by are advetialag every 6ay. And a gen-
a6 or ass.l ..hate t or esm a* h i *l t difference in your business than you
W aa I vt can compute.

ithin a short time, where is the man
who would not welcome the end wrap- TU d 4os mf *ftd Da .
pad tI the peScetul Umoesciosnegss
that follows the use of anesthetics? bIF sol ,
Who would not rather pass late tie I V' ll of
realms of the Great Beyond In peace
rather than after being tortured un-
meretfully with acute agony? I (6 ,4 5 )
The great question in the wsy of
relieving pain when death is nigh COPIES
Is the determination of when the sU-
preme moment is at hand. So many dP M MW r of
who are stricken-even when a'.
hope of Ife has been abandoned-
rally, and eventually recover, that the
responsibility of deciding when to A* LV
apply scientifc relief is too great In The following figures show The Pe-
a majWity of aes". to be assumed sacola Journal's circulation for each
by any ,on nerston or set of Persons day during the month of September.

tn matter how great their experi-
ence or how astute their learning.
bmt tha:" ,!ere are cases when death
while under the influence of anas-
the:ic' wo:d be welcomed and the
giving of u nich would be an act of,
human:'y none can deny.

Tbh sympa'bvy of a'l Florida goe,;
oui ', :be li'tc- town of Castleberry.
Aia n i's hu- r" affliction. May
th ;promp: measure taken br the
Alabanma l,f ;:!'h a;' hori:,,s ,o s,,
eessfu:' in s'rnmp-nr out the' fever th, r, i!: h u" tr d'av.

The Jacksonv'". Metropolis is pre.-
paring to insta:> a new 24 page per-
fecting press, said to be the fine.-t
ever owned by a newspaper in the
Otate of flkrida. The Met. is a first
class newspaper and thoroughly de-

1905. with the average number of

copies a ily:

Sept. 1., 5000 Sept. 14l 5,300
Sept. 2, 5.000 Sept. 17, 5,5B 0
Sept. 5200 Sept. 18,
Sept. 4 ...... Sept. 19. 5,300
Sept. 5, M0 Sept. 20, 5,00
Sept. 00 Sept. 21, -25
Sept. 7., S2 Sept. 22, 625S
Sept. 8, 500 ept. S 525
Sept. 9, 5,200 Sept. 24, ,560
Sept. 10, ,Soo Sept. 25,
Sept. 11 ..... et 25, S
Sept. 12. 5.30 Sept. 27, ,
Sept. I, 5.3ept .ept 28. 5,25o
se Sept. 15 5,300 Sept. 3%, 52
Total for the month......13g,450
Average per day........ .. 5 8
I hereby certify that the above state-
mcent is correct according to the re.-
ords on file in this office.
Circulation Mgr.
Sworn to and itubseribed before me
this 30th day of Septen.ber, 1906.
J. P. STOC -
Notary Public.




The troubles of the negro, in con-
nection with the prevailing disease,
are almost too numerous to mention.
but one old' darky evidently has the
question down pat, and was heard to
express himself a day or so ago as
"Dis am certainly a terrible Inflle-
tki. Dere's Dr. Byrd the superstishtua
doe, an' deres Dr. DIAlembelte, de
fumigation man an' dere's Dr. Ken-
nedy de man dat keep off 4e muskee
ter. How de debbel a man be sick in
peace wid all dem segashuatin 'roun
de premises ebery few minutes?"
A small voice breaks the stillness
At the rising of the sun,
Just as morning's beauty sleep
Has fairly well begun.
It's anything but soothing-
If we had him In our claws,
We'd crack his kinky little head
For yellingt
"F41*sh ws!
-4-lsh Jaw Jws!s!
"F-i4-Ish Laws!"

A number of physicians were con
gregated at the headuarter of the
atA Board of Health in the Mer
Chat's hot a tofew evenings ago
when, after sf4g0 l Oed$es had beet
related by members of the group, Dr
Byrd felt the spirit move him and re
lived himself of the following:
"An old German resident," said th<
genial doctor, "having had an unex
pected increase in wealth from 'der
faderland' resolved upon celebrating
the event with a good old fashioned
German feast including beer, litmbui
ger and ail the epicurean delights ol
the Teuton. The resolution no soon:
reached than Hans was ready to act
upon it and proceeded forthwith to a
restaurant in the German quarter
which, hotevet, had a very dignified
old negro for head waiter.
"Hans gave his order and while
awaiting the viands elevated his pedal
extremeties to the tkble and became
engrossed in a German paper. In a
short time they were served but Hans,
utterly oblivious to the fact, continued
to read on. Finally noticing the food
he took an Inventory of it and then
yelled for the waiter:
"'Say, you plack sun oof a gun' he
yelled, 'vere de deyful Is tdt limbur-
ger I vanted?'
"'Dat's alright, boss' replied Sambo,
'Jes' take yo' feet down and give dose
cheese a chanst.' "

A jubilant, joyful young Jag
With a cop began chewing the rag
He was shot down to jail,
Tho' with many a wall,
And was handed three months as a

"What am di hear t'ing dey call
faith, deakin," asked an irreligious
young sprout of a darky of an aged
colored minister.
PTaith, my son," observed the
preacher "am absolute and undyin' be-
leet in sompin I ean't tell yo' nothing'
about and aomptn' dat no body don't
no not'in' about nohow. Yo' Jus' abne
no hit wedder hit am so or not."

Keep in closely screened tU houses,
Don't you date to gad about
For the Stegompla '11 get you
If you don't watch out.




r *
At a meeting of the Orleans P rish Medical Soe held August 12, 1905,
Dr. Rudolph Matas addressed the Society on tae "N wadutes and responsible.
e ties imposed upon trained nurses, and other persons entrusted with the care
of yellow fever patients, in consequence of the newly acquired knowledge of
t the mode o! ttabsmissiot of this disease y the mqulitot"
A brief synopsis of the elementary att *uted iith yellow fevet
prophylaxis and a statement of the nurse' at dutd in this disease,
which he had utilized in his teaching, and submitted-to t4e Soelety are pulp
r listed for the benefit of The Journal's readers A follows:
1. Yellow fever may be defined as an acote, infectious, febrile disease
h which is transmitted from the sick to susceptible individuals through the
agency of mosquitoes; and. as fat as known, by thi single species, the Steg-
omyla FascistS, which is the common domestic or cistern mosquito of New
Orleans, and in fact of all the localities in which yellow fever prevails.
2. The germ or transmissible poison of yellow fever exists in the blood
, of yellow fever patients only during the first three days of the disease; after.
e wards the patient ceases to be a menace to the health of others. Hence the
- importance of recording the very hour when the attack first began.
a 3. The mosquito (Stegomyia Fasclata) is powerless to convey the dis-
- ease to a susceptible person by its bite until at least twelve days have elapsed
S.after biting the yellow fever patient. This period of Incubation in the mos-
I quito is the time that is required for the germ of the disease to breed in the
a body of the mosquito and to migrate from the insect's stomach to its salivary
glands. The United States Army Yellow Fever Commission found. In 1900,
that in Cuba this period varies from twelve days, in the hot summer Mouths,
to eighteen days and over, in the cooler winter season.
4. After incubating the yellow fever germ hi Its body during the period
Above specified, the Stegomyla is ready to transmit the disease during the
entire period of its natural life, which may extend over 164 days, provided the
insect has access to water. TGulteras.) Walter Reed was able to annDeulate
yellow fever with a Stegomyla fifty-seven days old. Ouilteras with another
101 days old. [Note-According to Agramonte, Stugomyla Faselata nla Havana
can only be coaxed to bite until four days old. With us, In Louisiana, says
Dupree, it bites without coaxing within twenty*four hours after emerging from
the pupa case. It was believed, at one time, that: (1) the females of Steg-
omyla must be impregnated before they will bite; (2) that the female, after
biting once, does not appear to bite a second time, or at least until five or
seven days have elapsed; but Dupree says that the Stegomyias in Louisiana
that have been isolated and reared apart from the males will bite promptly
and frequently. Probably after they have digested their blood meal, and, like
Anopheles, within three to five days after.]
5. A period, varying froin two to five days, usually elapses after the bite
of an infected mosquito before the symptoms of yellow fever will develop lu
the human subject. (This Is the ncubation period of yellow fever, and the
United States Army Yellow -Fever Commission found that in thirteen cases
of experimental yellow fever obtained by the bites of mosquitoes It varied
from forty-one hours to five days and seventeen hours, after Innoculation.)
6. From the above, we gather that if an adult Btegomyla Fasciata bites
a yellow fever patiebt within the first three days of the disease, it will have
to incubate the poison in its body from twelve to eighteen days (incubation
period in the meeuaito); then, ift it bites a susceptible person at the expir2-
tion of this time, two to five days must elapse for the disease to manifest it-
self in the bitten person. Therefore, inestIlmatliag the probable spread of
yellow fever from a single Individual to the susceptible persons in his environ.
ment. a period of at least twenty-six days must be allowed to elapse before
the success or failure of any preventive measures, directed towards the desr
truetion of the mosquito. can be determined. In view of the fact that several
days may elapse before a mosquito infected froM the first case may bite a
susceptible person, this period of observation should be lengthened to thirty
days, which is the time given by the health authorities of New Orleans in the
present epidemic, to determine if a focus will develop from an infected case
after its first appearance in a given locality.
7. The Stegomyla Pasciata cannot convey yellow fever during the time
that the poison is incubating in Its body (twelve to eighteen days). It ma.,
bite freely and repeatedly during this period, ut its bite is Innoeuous; neither
does its bite within this period confer any imtfualty to the bitten person.
8. Yellow fever is not transmitted or conveyed by fomites (1. e. 8arlel
or inanimate objects that have come In contact with yellow fever patients-or
their immediate surroundings.)- Hence the disinfection of clothing,
or merchandise supposedly soiled or contaminated by contact or proximity
with the sick, is unnecessary.
9. The bodies or cadavers of the dead from yellow fever are incapable of
transmitting the disease unless death occurs within the first three days of
the disease (a rare occurrence); and then only if mosquitoes sre allowed to
bite the body before decomposition has set in.
10. There is no possibility of contracting yellow fever from the black
vomit, evtcuatlons, or other exerdtlos of yellow fever patients.
11. An attack of yellow fever caused, as It always is, by the bite of the
Stegomyla, confers immapity against subsequent attacks of the disease.

1. No nurse can be considered as trained in the management of yellow
ever tl the light ef rsit, Aeptd, mknelewd unless she realizes fully,
earnestly, and conscienlomily, that l (e dt8s e'W treanamitted solely by mos.

In Miss Constance Gordon Cum- L,
ming's "Memories" sl a story of the EXTERMINATION OF MOtSUI-
Ironic courtesy of the dowager duchess TOESL
of Atholl: "Finding It Impossible to An Ordinance to provide for the ex-
prevent visitors to her lovely grounds termination of Mosquftees,- and to
at Dunkeld from scribbling their regulate the cutting of weed&.
names on her favorite summer house Be it ordained by the Mathr and
and elsewhere, she bad an attractive Council of the City of Pensacola:
white board put up, with a notice that Section 1. That from the nrst
the duchess would be much obliged If day of March to the first day of De-
visitors would kindly write their names comber hereafter it shall be unlawful
on this board. This request was gener. fo' any person who shall own, control
ally complied with under the impres- or occupy any lot, or parcel of land,
sion that it was complimentary. The or premises, in the City of Pensacola,
board was washed clean by the next or for the agent servant, represer.ta-
morning", tire or employee of any such person, to
.on allow any vessel, tin can, or recepta-
One of Miss Cummlng's nieces of an e.of any kind? whatsoever contain.
uncompromising Tory family became ln stagnant water, or water In which
engaged to the son of a Whig family, the larva of the mosquito may exis:,
The engagement aroused opposition in to be, or remain anywhere upon such
days of strong party feeling. "Never- lot, parcel of land, or premises.
theless love carried the day, but her sec. 2. 'Ta&t ring the tune
mother's parting counsel on the wed- mentioned in the foregoing section it
ding day was delightfully characteris- shall be unlawful fo- any person who
tic: "Well, daughty, you'll sometimes shall own, control, or occupy any lot,
hear something good about the 7ories. parcel of land, or premises in the City
and I'll tell you what to do then. Just of Pensacola, or for thle agent. ber-
go to your own room and lock the door vant, representative or employee of
and have a bit danee by yourself!"' any such person, to allow weeds to
grow upon such lot, parcel of lan I
vrer hat Is Thyrown Away. .or premises to a heligl exceeding
"Do you see that man with the bag eighteen (18) inches.
going down the basement steps?" In-! The word "weeds" as herein used
quired thi chummy cabmpn who stands shall be held to include U1 rank vege-
In front of a smart Fifth avenue re- table growth which ekhale unpleasant
in frant of a smart Fifth avenue ret- or noxious, odors, and also all high
taurant. His companion replied that1and rank vegetable growth that may
be did and asked what there was about conceal pools o water, trash, filth, or
the man that was unusual. any other deposits which may be
"Well, that fellow drives the refuse detrimental to health.
tart that collects the stuff thrown out I Sec. 3. That It shall be the duty
downstairs. His graft is plekin' (out; of the Board of Publie Works to cause
the silver that's thrown away, bringing' tou be cut down ans rteieved from all
It back an' getting' paid for It." public ways and other public places
Instead of picking all the knives, of the City all Weedswhith shall grow
forks and spoon up from the plates to the height eideed4ag eighteen (18)
or ncers It is not unusual for care- inches; and it shall so, be the duty
lw writers to throw not only the rem- of said BDmrd to can. tobe ct down
sna t of toeV, but the silverware. too and removed ftrm aso private prem-
Into the bartel t hat stands at the clean- h ises all weed it egbteena o ncha
tag table. It Is said that the loss to whenever the owner of aid premises,
oBe famshionable restaurant in thint way or other personM who t required by
frequently has amounted to (In t oae this ordinana teat Ow and re-
mmath.-New York Press. move the 'ame,; t f of ftfses to do
UBSICRIBE FOR THE JOURNAL, In the event t lta Board shall

See. 4. That this ordluamce sall
take effect immediately.
See. 6. That all ordinaacMe, -al
parts of ordinances. Ia coalict here,
wtth be and the same an hereby I1
Passed September 2a. 1N.N
Approved September 2n 13.
Attest: CHAS. k. MU S.
C. B. MERRITT,. Mayor.

An Ordinance to Fix the Wtry of the
City Atterney.
Be it Ordaaied by the Maper sad CoMa.
ell of the City of Peameela:
Section 1. That begftalag e *p
tember first, 1905. the salary of the
City Attorney shall be Tweve H-i,
dred Dollars ($1,200.00) per ansum.
aee. 2. That all ordinances as
parts of ordinances nla onfltIc her
with be and the same are Aerbby M
Passed September 6, 1905.
Approved September 6, 19IN.
Attest: Mayor of Cityi ofiJ am s.
Estate of E. It. Hat, dew .-
Creditors, lezatees, dlsrp s aad
all persons having clatsimr -4tpad
against the said estaft ar m ired
to present them to me wiltMa o (2)
years from this date.
MRS. C. 0. c n.
September 2,. lt& Sri.

* The PO eash Jism3l 0k
* sale at t i lag ees ia
S the ety: a
C S ft fldk 0Kk

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i quitoes, and that it is her duty to prevent the dasia of tE Inc tttus o ease weeds to be t 0 AMdf
the sick room and to destroy them protaptly if they should atd their wf* moved from any private pr ImRis the
thereM. cost thereof shall be certild by It to
2. That as the ineparable attendant at the bedside of the patient she the Comptroller and th shall be
must co-operate with the physician in the discharge of his tunftklta as ~r assessed as a special ta X S at as4
dian of the public health. The trained nurse in this capaety becoming direct. premises, and shllbe against
ly tie most efftlent and Ihmportnt sanitary apt i prevteting the spread said premises to be dftr" Iste
of yellow fever In infested localities. Upon i htlligea appreciation ofmannr provided by law fourth
the mode of transmission of this disease, her personal safety (if she is a lotion of other special tax 4411
non-Immune) and the protection of the family a"d the entire household of See. 4. That nothing h tahau
the patient, (especially if these are not immune) lrgely, if not entirely, bempconstrued a. ap parcel l O
depends. I Improved lot, or parcel 4 C iiof
p. Every nurse must Dear In mind that the most malignant yellow fever b ed a fot withs: the 1 by
patient is Innocuous and absolutely harmless to even the most susceptible Gon as f Streetw on the I by
Snon-immune, if the proper precautions are taken to prevent the access ot Gonalery Street, on the ONat b Tt
n mosquitoes to the patient's person. Hickory Street, on the Wet by Ol
. 4. The greatest freedom of personal contact and intercourse may thr. 8tref.
- forb be permitted between the yellow fever sick and the well in the sick ec. 5. That any person CTtet
room, and provided the lanoculation pf mosquitoes, by biting the patient ed In the Police Court of violattBS
e during the first three days of the disease, is absolutely prevented, any provision of section one (1), of
- 5. The mission of a trained nurse is not satisfactorily accomplished It a section two (2) of this ordlaaoe
r patient, sufferthg from arv kind of fever, in localities infected with yellow shall be punished by a fine 7ot 0,
g fever, who is confided to her care, is allowed to be bitten by a mosquito, ceding one hundred dollars, or by t e
a even if the fever is proven not to be yellow fever. Mosquito bites are annoying prisonment not exceeding (M) &ylh
and harmful even if not infective to the patient, and it must be looked upon or by both such fine and ir
f as an evidence of neglect, if he shows evidences of mosquito stings. meant in the discretion of thie b
6. No nurse can consider herself a trained yellow fever nurse unless she corder.
t has made herself thoroughly familiar with the weapons which science and Sec. 6. That this ordinance haM
a experience have given her to effectively protect her non-infected patients and take effect immediately.
, those persons who are dependent upon her knowledge and exertions for safety dee. 1. That all ordinances asI
d from the infected. parts of ordinances in conflict hero-
7. The weapons or offense and defense that the nurse must learn to with be and the same are bereby ro
e handle in protecting her patients are: pealed.
l (A) The Mosquito Bar (Bobbinet Preferred), to Isolate the Patient in His Bed. Passed September 23, 1905.
e 1. The netting of bars must have meshes fine enough to prevent the Approved September 23. 1905.
passage of mosquitoes. Attest: CHAS. H. BLISS.
a passage of mosquitoes. C.^ MERRITT, May.
' 2. Mosquitoes can bite through mosquito nets when any part of the Clerk.
* patient's body is in contract with the netting.
3. Frequent examinations should be made to see that there are no torn FUMIGATION AND SCREENING.
places in the netting and that no mosquitoes have found a lodging Inside. An Ordinance to provide for the fumi-
The netting should be well tucked in to keep the mosquitoes from gation and screening of certain
- entering, buildings and places to prevent the
6. If mosquitoes are found within the netting they should be killed In. spread of Yellow Fever.
, side, not merely driven or shaken out. Be it ordained by loe MAFor a54
6. All cases of fever should be promptly reported to the physician; Council of the City dt Peaacola:
awaiting his arrival they should be covered with a mosquito bar. This is par- Section. 1. That whenever the
ticularly important in dealing with mild fevers, especially in infants and Scio.1Th t
children In localities liable to infection with yellow fever. The disease man-i State Health Ocer, or the City Beard
Ifests Itself in such a mild form in infantile and early childhood, that it it of Health, shall announce tha yellow
likely to escape recognition. On accotut of the, very mildness of the s.m fever exists in the City of Pensacola.
toms the usual precautions are nbt taken and the mosquitoes are able to ithe building, or place, which say msca
spread the disease without molestation. The mild or unrecognized cases are, case of fever shall exist, and all build-
for this reason, the most dangerous, from a sanitary point of view. lngs and places within the hundred
(B) Scrns. (300) feet thereof, and an places and
All openings leading to the sick chamber should be screened. Outside all buildings in which any per
of hoSpitals, wire screens are not usually available and provisional screens son Infected with yellow fver
can be made of bobbinet or cheese cloth, which can be tacked or otherwise shall have been within five (6) days
secured to the openings of the sick room. prior to the tile of the aaunomuseest
(C) Sulphur and Pyrethrom fer Fumigatleo that he was lafeted with ald dis-
Fumigate the room with sulphur or pyrethrum (insect powder) to destroy ease, shall be subJect to fumigation
possibly infected mosquitoes as early as possible after the fourth day of fever. with such die nfectants and Ia sueb
Sulphur burned in an iron pot is the surest waY, and If used in proper quantity manner as may be prescred by the
will not injure fabrics or colors. Three pounds in an average room is snf- City Board of Health; abd all bbuIld
client if the room be closed; more accurately, two pounds of sulphur to 1,000 Ings and places which shall be fmlat
cubic feet of space is estimated by sanitary authorities; and one pound of gated as herein provided shall also be
insect powder to 1,000 cubic feet will suffice to stupifty the mosquitoes. The thoroughly screened in such mann&
mosquitoes will fall to the foor and should be collected and burnt. Two as the City Board of Health shall
hours' fumigation with salphur is quite sufficient in ordinary cases. The prescribe.
fumes of sulphur will not remain long, and household Ammonia sprinkled Sec. 2. That Is shall be the dutl
about the room will diminish their unpleasantness, of the Marshal and police of the City,
The fumigation should be done in the morning, so that the room will be and all sanitary tipeeton Vestedo
free of odor by night, and it should be done preferably in dry weather. When. with polled powers, to cause the ar
ever the condition of the patient Will permit, a room adjoining the one rest of all persons who shall all, or
occupied by the patient should be first purified of mosquitoes and prepared for refuse, to allow any budIng, or
the reception of the patient, who is to be carefully transferred to the disin- other place to be fumigated, as
fected room as early as possible after the fourth day. vided herein; and It shall be the aty
The work t 4;sla estin and mosquito destruction, as welt as screening, of ash slieh ofeer upon the written
is sew conducted by'the IHalth Aathro'tles, immediately after dotification Iy order of the-Itayot to enter any soei
the attending physician. But In IsolHted localities or when delay in obtain- building, or place, between the houtr
ing sanitary relief is unavoidable, the physician and natfe mdtt direct the of 8 o'clock a. im., and 5 o'clock p. M,
members of the household in applying the prescribed regulations. and to cause the same to be fmal0at-
Additiohal precautions in sulphur fumigation, recommended by the Health ed and screened as heretin provided
Authorities in charge of sanitation in New Orleans during the present Under the personal supervision of the
epidemic: City Health Offier, or any asslatnat
Remove all ornaments of metal, such as brass, Lvpper, sliver and gilt of such officer who shall be duly As
from the room that is to be fumigated. All objects of a &metallie natuwe thorized by the tity oatd et Health.
which cannot be removed, calt be protected by covering the objects tightly Sec. 3. That any person who
with paper, or with a thin coating of vaseline applied with a brush, shall fall, or refuse, to allow any
Remove from the room to be fumigated all fabric material after tho.t building. or other place t be fimigat-
ough)y shaking. Open all drawers and doors of furniture and closets. ed, or screened, s is herel provided,
The room should be closed and made as tight as possible by stopping all or w shall 'n any answer 'etat, d -
openings in chimney, floor, walls, keyholes and cracks near windows &ad pose.oshallde or lanterreWith te C
deorp e g pote,- hinder or Interfere ith the dCiy
Crevices can be closed by pasting strips of paper (old newspapers) over Iealth Officer. Marshal, t other duly
them with a paste made of flour. a tho etiperson t the doing a
The sulphur should be placed in an iron pot, flat skillet preferred, and thingreating to the buildig, or pce, or
this placed on bricks in a tub or other convenient water reeptacle with aboutscreeningrormance of anybuilding, other or
an inch of water in the bottom. This is a precaution which must be taken to In the performance of any other o0-
guard against accidents, as the sulphur is liable to boil over and set fire to cial duty, as herein provided, or as
the house. may be prescribed by the rules aun
The sulphur is readily ignited by sprinkling alcohol over it and lighting it. regulations of the City Brd o
The apartment should be kept closed for two hours, and then opened up a Health, or who @whall deht or dam-
and well ventilated. ag any screen which shall be placed
nd Fy---To find the cubic contents of the room, multiply the length of in any building, or other place, shall
the room by the width, and this total by the height, and to find the amount upon conviction thereof a the Polee
of sulphur necessary to fumigate the room divide the cubic contents by 500, Court be punished by a Basef not es.
and the result will be the amount of sulphur required in pounds, ceeding Five Hundred (500) Dollar',
Take, for example, a room 15 feet long, 10 feet wide and 10 feet high, we or by imprisonment not exceeding slx-
would multiply 15X10x10, equals '1.500 cubic feet. Divide this by 500 and you ty (60) days, or by both such he and
will have the amount of sulphur required, viz: 3 pounds. Imprisonment, in the diseetion of the

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---I -- -- s -- --e*-00-e-K -eM**--00- nue Mission at 4 p. m. C F. Zeek.
S- superintendent All are oordially 'o-
Services at the Churches Chivee ""
First Universalist Ohafth-East
i BtChase street' Sunday school at 10 a.
m.; Y. P. C. U., 7:00 p. m. Al are
cordially invited.
Feowlagw Is the order of services pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and * *
at the various churches to4ay: 7:45 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursaay Salvation Army.
Catholic.- a! 7:30 p. m. No regular services during preval-
St. Michael's Church, First mass 7I East End Baptist Chureh--S. Y. cnce of fever. Richard Norris, cap-
o'clock; children's mass 9 o'clock; last Pitts, pastor. Sunday school 10 a. m. tain In charge.
waes 10:30 o'clock; vespers 4 o'clock. Preaching 11 a. m. Wright's Mill * *
St. Joseph's Church-S. rvces as fol- SLed. corner of 10th avenue and Ara- First Church of Christ, Scientist.
lows: Only one service today, at 8 a. gon street. A cordial invitation is ex- First Church of Christ, Scientipt--
m. Parishoners please take Uno:ce. tnded to all.
Sunday 7 a. m. Lw Mass an In- * *Service at 11 a. m. Serviceswill h
S6tructa. a. i. Sunday school. 10 held in the Pensacola Library bulld-
eructkm. 9 a. m. Sunday school. 10 Christaft. ing on East Chase street.
a. m. High Mass and Instruction. 4 p.- I rChrist ian A. on Ea * *
m. Vespers. Rosery and Benediction of rst Chrisan Chrch-Corner Al- i
mth. V rssed cam ef caniz and Greory- streets. Sunday Christian Scienee.
Mass during the week is at 7:30 school : 45 a. m.. H. J. Mackey, Supt. The Christian Scientists hold their
in. xcept Monda.vs nd Fridays. w n Comunionat ll:00 a. m. Prayer meeting Sunday at the Masonic Tem-n
i. is at 8 a. Mn. t-raing Lent and nL meeting every Thursday at 8 p. min. pie at 5 p. m. The Wednesday meet-
months of May and October it is at * Ing will be at 5 p. m.. same place.
S a. im. Lutheran Church.
Oonfessions in the evenings before Gemnan Lutheran Church-Rev. J. One of nature's remedies; cannot
aundays. Holy Days of Obligation and P W. Rehnhardn. pastor. Sunday harm the weakest constitution; never
First Frt -ys from 4 p m. to 9 p. m. school 9 a m. German service 10:30 fails to cure summer complaints of
Bapttisa Sundays at 2 p. m. or by a. m. English service 7 p. m. young or old. Dr. Powler's Bxtract of
appointment Scandinavian Lutheran Church- Wild Strawberry.
* Services at 10:30 a. a. sad 6 m .
picepatl. Rev. Helle, Pastor. NICE, FRESH MOBILE OYSTERS
Okhrit Church-Rev. P. H. Whaley. ON THE HALF SHELL AT NICK
D. D. Rector. Regular services at 7:30 Church of Christ. APOSTLE'S RESTAURANT EVERY
aad 11 a. m. ard 5:30 p. m. Sunday' Church of Cbrist-Corner Alcanls DAY.
school 9:45 a. m. Wednesday and. and Jackson streets. Bib'e school 9:46
1rdayo services at S:30 p. m. a. m. Preaching at 11 .. and 7:45 UICIK DELIV RY
tL Katbatne's--Cervantes and Ds- p min. by W. T. Tracy. Player meeting QUC LI
viastreets. Rev. Andrew T. Sharpe rec- Wednesday night at 8 o clock.
tor. Regular aeretces 7:30 and 11 a. * N I C FRIGIEUT
a. and 4 p. m. Sunday school 9.30 a. Presbyterian. ON L. & N. f 0I HTI
tL John's Church-Warrington. Rev. First Presbyterian Church--Rev
A. T. Sharpe. minister in charge Julian S. Sibley, pastor. Sunday
voting prayer and se:mon. 7:30 m scl.ool 9:30 a. m. Christian Endeavor CONSIGNMENT OF SULPHUR
S * ea7i p. mi. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8
Methodist. p. m. by th, pastor. FROM NEW ORLEANS TO PEN-
Palafox Street Methodist Church- Sunday school at the Stoddart Ave' SACOLA MAKES RECORD
Rev. B. C. Glenn, pastor. Regular see
vices at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sun- TIME.
day school 9:30 a. m. J. N. Andrews. "GOLD GOLD."
superintendent Epworth League 6:30Good," He Sa "But Cofrt Bet
. "Good," He Says, "hut Comfort Bet-
Oadsden Stre.e Methodist Church ter." What is probably a record delivery
teaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by "Food that fits is better than a gold of freight from New Orleans to Pen-,
the pastor, Rev. F. A. Rogers. Sun- mini." says a grateful man. sacola was accomplished yesterday
tay school 9:30 a. m. pwor:h League ';for, I commenced to use Grape- when the I. & N. delivered a large
4 .. Nts food no man on earth ever had i 2
31e0's Chapel-Rev. Geo. W. Car a 4rse infliction from catarrh of the consignment of sulphur in exactly 23
peter, Pastor-Services every first omach than I had for years. hours ano' five minutes from the time
Baday at 1a. m.. by the pastor; Sun- I could eat nothing but the very the order for same left Pensacola on
sertendent. 10 .. lighe food and even that gave me the day previous.
coee Whar Ch h-Re. Geo.rat :tress. Friday afternoon W. A. D'Alemberte
Muscogee Wharf Cbureh-Rev. Geo. i."I ent through the catalogue of
t. rp 'ter. Pastor- 1rvic0. every! prepa:cd foods but found them al made an order over the long distance
SEt sad third Sunday at 7:30 p. m.
acted by the pastor. SundaY 'vexc i Grape-Nuts) more or less in- telephone to New Orleans for a big
school at 3:30 p m, J. N. Andrew diges:.ble. generating gas in the: consignment of sulphur which was
apertote dent. Prayer meeting every stomach, .which in turn produced needed in Pensacola immediately to
hurWayf Y-itht a, 7:30 o'clock. headache and various other pains .nd supply the increased demand by the
Warrtagton CLhrch-Rev. Geo. W. aches) and otherwise unavailabl-e for health authorities. Mr. YDAlemberte
Carpenter. Pastor-ervice every my use. telephoned his order at exactly 4
at 7:0 p. in.. every fourth Sunday. "Grape-Nuts food I have found "si- o'clock and at the same time requotted
Sunday school at 10 a. im. Fred ly digested and assimilated, and it the railroad people to do what they
Binm. superintendent has renewed my heakh and vigor and could to hurry up the delivery.
made me a well man again. T'he At exactly 3:05 o'colck yesterday at.
catarrh of the stomach has disap- ternoon, the car containing the s11l
First Baptist Chare-Rev. Jona, peared entirely, wkh all its attend- phur arrived in Pensacola, beg t ly
paetor. Preaching at 11 a. m. No ant ills. thanks to Grape Nuts, which 23 hours and five mlautps trow the
services at night. Sunday school a: now is my almost sole food. I want time the order left here.
9:30 a I.. K D. BegS. superintend no other" Name given by Postum This delivery shbws ratrkabl
@et. Sunbeam Soriety 4 p. m.; Y. B. Co.. Battle Creek. Mich. quick time and somethdig U10hki the
P. U. 7 p m. Ten days' trial tells the story, railroad people have ooft4 6
Wst Uill church.--. A. Cottrel.1 There's a reaso, feel proud. ,

I.Jh. jt nsn Sm

............. ........ eM nn A'n u I eRI AM P~EU OT

International Sanitary Convention of eve r u ttongeDerfr yllessow,'a. I l tGe,
American They have o fever utot. the danger from yellow '. L. Htl.o,, Gl.
American Republics.e eTheyhave also fever has passed. Destrop all mos- AA 5MURLL RUSINESS TRANSACTED.
observations of the two working par- quitoes. WALTI WYMAN .
ties of the Yellow Fever Institute of W urLJe ,Geeral. W| |>MAN, "-
this Beureau in Vera Cruz, Mexico. urgeoneneral. J.. L d.W. MNiB. Cashier.
and by the commission of the Pasteur w Suit Filed. CATr, Vs-Prsidet.
Institute of Paris, France. operating in New ut iled. THF P IPL F 'AI' PENSACOL
Rio Janeiro, Brazil. The measures The following new suit was filed UFI T HE U L P Ug rL SOf L U
have been tested' successfully on a yesterday in the office of the clerk DiMst.-L* J. Ram 4. '. s W. DeC. Kessler, R. M. Cary,
large scale ini Havana, Cuba, and dur-,of the circuit court: W. A. A eni,. A. Jenninga.
Ing the yellow fever epidemic at Lare- Arthur Nixon vs. Matilen Nixon, TR~'ANSACT A Gor IWIa AN WG BUSINESS.
do, Texas, in 1903: bill for divorce; C. H. Alston, solicitor WTOv aO rr T 18 RESPECTFULLA SOLUCITED. *
The infection of yellow fever Is car- for complainant.

ad Ietall Desier
For Women || COAL I
of all ages there is no safer or more reliable rem- e
edy than the Bitters. It has been used by women all Ofcec-NW. Somuth P S1 street. Telephone. S3.
over the worldfor ver 50 years and hundreds of t ea-Qsales streets. Phone

them have testified to its goodness. If you suffer
from any ailment peculiar to your sex get

Stomach Bitters
at once, ana be made well again. It has never Seen
known to fall in cases oftlmpoverishsd Blood, Moth-
ly Irregularities or
DIainesa Vomiting, Oram Backache, Ner-
vous Headache SleeplesneMss, CoehIOM
Indigestion gr oy-pla, or Colda.
Don't fail to try a bhao tqItA. Delay o1ly makes a
Weaso mach harder.d.yqr .dIt will supply.
you wth the gemn e with our Pi a ap over
tbe WdL


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rtRMUULAQ r 3 rwAnu IlAUIEn

Always Something I


No uyer of Dry Goods can well afford to overlook the magnificent showing of ne
mow being displayed at The Big Store. If there ever was a time or place when good t
forehmowledge now is the time. It is worth all it .costs, and the cost is not much,
fari and colors will be paramount in public favor this fall and winter.


No better opportunity was ever offered to see the largest display of the newest and
df good ever brought to Pensacola regardless of the present prevailing fever.

New Goods In Their Respective Depi

New Fd Sks
11k Bar Scotch Plaid Waisting,
Oait Skkt Moire Velour,
Radlum Chiffon Taffeta,
Mack Fleur de Prance,
Black Pea de CygWa,
Blek Pea de Sole,
Black- Louisiana Imprime,
Black Chiffon Taffeta, yd. wide at 98c
to $1.79 yd.
Bmsai Pride of Japaa.
BlaemShantmg Poagee,
Black Messaline and Habutal.

ady-Te-Wear Goods
ladis' Empire Coats in English
Owert, drape d Nymbe and Chiffon
Ovwrt Cloth ana Bmallsh Mobley
p Coats.
igh Art Bilk Pettooats,
Pr d 8ole Petticoats,
Changeable Silk Pettiooats,
Misses Baglish Bear Skin Coats
ad CapO to match.
Mtsses' Bngtish Astrachan and Mole-
Misses Crushed Velvet Coats and


M l b U asMatW !Ali4s a s Oftl p aakrig a&W hills aW fevu

it cUogS-vo-A 'CURIO.
So~d' Ot *U ZraLr at
gain an Eat Gvef~ RushtStee


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Imiff- --- -- AM --A




ried by ou s, and b' y o e

THE 8 ers"o take the dises b
THE 3iI\SIOi RE *:n a yellow e
The mosquitoes to beose sec.fte
OPEN S AT A. M. must bite a yellow fever pltimt 4
CLO AT the first three days of his at. W ITH PAIN
Sftho ot three at thieo renOother SA isequal to that pduce by thPa ld m
vO WtheemM B acctsof motquptoest to a uevWhi the n NOadrsd acibh wfich cause this dis becaoi e I
rg the access of mosquito to a e chd in the boo there is hardly ay part of the body that is not a&'
It is often difficult to tclde daring fahct. The mielf become uatoe nd drawn, the nerves twitch and sting
the first three days whether a patient the joints inflame and swell, the boa ache, every movement is one ot
has yellow fever; hence the necessity agony, and'the entire body Ia ac le with pain. Rheumatism is bought os
in threatened communities of placing by indigestion, stomach troaUti, topid Liver, weak Kidneys and a general
a mosquito bar imedlatoey arund inactive state of the system. The refuse matter instead of passing of
every patient who has ftvr of any through nature's Ivenue is is M to soar and form uric acid. and other acrid
kind, and for three days at laLt. poisons wMhch are absorbed olat the blood. Rheumatism does not affect
Facts About Screenlfn. all alike. In some cases it takes a
1. The netting used should tave wandering form; it may be in ohe Aet 7a s ao I had ams
at fZe b M matilm and could not
meshes fine enough to prevent the pas- arms or legs one day and in the w lwith any satieftetion. Xay a"
sage of mosquitoes (at least 18-20 shoulders, feet, hands, back or otler were baly swolkn and draw to
aw Fall and Winter Goods meshes to the inch.) parts of the body the next. Othbes dsbut ould o no relmt. I was a%.
be ft d 2. It is important to screen the win- suffer more seriously, and a- lie er sly roamed e th try S. 8. a d fI
ate should be fortified by dows and ooors of the house It is free from pain. The uric acid ad ow ar old and hae e
for you to learn just what doubly important to screen the beds other irritating substances find lodge.- sayttUrnoftb trouble.
3. Mosquitoes can bite through as these deposits increa jo tsand m10. Aurora, Ii.
quito nets when any part of the pati- ese deposits increase the ins- ag I ad he mtismsa
latest designs n all classes o t' body is in contact with the net- les become stiff and ate joints aS woonm a I bd humatisbem
Satlng* ~locked and immovable. It matters nd betwn my aoulder w so im-
4. Frequent examinations should be not in what form the disease may be erto is b u nothres crdmP. I tried
made to see that there are no torn the cause is always the same--a sor, till heard of and took a
places in the netting or that no mos- acid condition of the blood. This medicine cared me s oud and well. 1
irtm ents: quitoes have found a lodgment in- vital stream has lost its purity and a s ionowd manhood me feel w
side. freshness, and instead of obrish- CoLAD LOI.,
5. The netting should' be well tuck- ing and feeding the different parts Andemon, dIn. 15g WIs at ,
ed in to keep mosquitoes from enter- with health-giving properties, it fills them with the acids and salts of this
OVe If mosquitoes are found within nhl and far-reachingdisease. The cold and dampness of Winter always
the netting they should be killed in- intensify the pains of Rheumatism, and the sufferer to get relief from the
aede Gloves, side and not merely driven or shaken agony, rubs the affected parts with liniments, oils, lotions, etc., or uses
driving Gauntlets. out. plasters bpd other home remedies. These are desirable because they give
tess and Evening Gloves in all 7. All cases of fever should be t"pua y ease and comfort but have no effect on the real trouble which is ia
g shades at 75c to $2.50 pair. promptly reported to the local health thebood a beyond the remah of suck treatment. S. S. S. is the best rem-
officer. Awaiting his arrival they edy for Rheumatism, It goes into the
should, be covered with mosquito bar. blood and attacks the disease at its head,
NW u0i aeru c a Facts Bearing on Mosquito Destruction and by neutralizing and drivi" out the
1. Mosquitoes live in .the vicinity acids and building up the thim sour
d' German Linen, which they breed. They db not of blood it cures the disease permanently.
Handkerchiefs, both scalloped ten fly a long distance. L _So v While cleansing the blood S. S. S. toran
emstitched and BBibroidered. 2. Mosquitoes breed only in water PURI LY trITABLE. u" the stomach, digestion and everf
and China Handkbrchies of -usually in artificial collections of .. . er part of the system, soothes the
description, rangwig in price ftesh water.t excited serh, ermres the indwnmation, dissolves the deposits in the jofits
60 to $3.50. 3. The young mosquito, or wriggler, relieves lil pai oy cfrds this distressing disease. S. S. S. ist
lives a water at least seven to twelve certain t eu ir ii a w rm; Muscular, Inflammatory, Astiaeu.
4. Although the wrigglers live in or ciatf b the 4iease and any medical advice, Ith
Sweater, tey must come freqttly to ciar told'wbo l.rjitaahMrV, ao
I Rags and Art squares, the rta to breathe. A. ... . w *
.yraa, '., Coal oil on the surface of the "
"dl"a Dola B wa ter prevents the -wrigglers trom IB
-Wool 11-4 California Blankets. br athlng. H. L. COVINQTOM, Preist M. L CLARK, Cashier.
6. Destroy th breeding places and c W. LAMAR, Vlter. iMt. JNO. PITIFFE. Asst. Casierlm
ILOUSES AND NORFOLK you will destroy the mosquitoes.

Infans Cloaks, alk embrold- every forty-eight hours. %E PAMtEACOLA CLA.
onduroy and Henrietta 8. till or drain all ponds, ditches, VO P SA ,A, FLA.
Komnona faques and Jap Silk unfilled postpoles, and the like. DESIGNATED DfPONtI'OrY OF UNITED *TATlS
Gowns. 9. Change regularly every y all C ti stok j w 080 111.4 000 "
ve next week-the Sunset, water needed In chicken coops, ken- Ca lI L ., *000
y and Marehioneal Skirts. nels, etc.
...l Treat with coal oil all standing N ,y L COvia J. Joshea. ,
water which cannot be screened -or J. M. lelfler. A. M. Avery,
drained (1 ounce of oil will cover 15. BWa. p- O. H. Muilton, J
square feet of surface). The oil does I .uy 0 R Mawrs,
O N not 8oect the water for use If the wa -W. L Cawtho
tert i drawn from below. W. S&025 *a C. A. O'Ne
11. Where oil is applied to standing T. F. VMoG1hor Dr. W. J. Hanus)
water it must be distributed evenly F. I ]Lwwr', McKenzie Outig
over the surface. C. W. a ,w. Alex MeOowinm,
l -i ,l l . 12. Put fine wire netting over ci- J. t.- S m 4m C M. Covtlgton.
.-W '* T \V[ teras, wells, and tanks of water in Aeownts of --h -I l---al *a-pe -iena- and Fierms laso i "
NT everyday use. ree pewr Mat.4itiae d soe Thne Depelts.
13. Places in which it is undestr.
HOR V ~able to put oil, such ab watering
troughs for stock, lily ponds, and soWM. X.KNOW ,s W. K. YRT S, JR. Cashed Ca~_
ferth, can be kept free ,rom wrigglers
by putting in goldfish or minnows. W. W r, u -M ~r. W. N. ROBERTS, Asst. CasW. ,.
S14. Clean away all weeds, grass and
r bushes about ditches, ponds, ano' other 1
possible breeding places, since these
afford a hiding place fdr the mosqui-
15. Clean up vacant lots and back
yards of all cans, tins, Dbottles, and rub- '
16., First do away with, or treat, all
places where mosquitoes are known DIRCTORS. P. C. Br t V. A Blount, Wm. H. Knowl
to breed, and then begin to. work on
places where they might breed. ~. Il t It,,* D. Bret ,
Mane HoSpital Se ce Issues 17. Inspect anc treat wth coal oil.
CirCular For sPM t catching basins, ete., alog the road OU g ig N
side. Manhole covers should be
Post screened. We draw arwn BluIM of Ex- Vessels disbursed upon the in-" '
rsOlos I18. Houses should be cleared of change on edt Britao lland, Favorable Terms, and thefr I.
mosquitoes by' burning 1 pound of in- Gefanty, iH A fy gatons taken payaple a t Pert f
days. Holland, gha( f tu iBa, ,
The following circular has been is- sect powder or 2 pounds of sulphur to Norway, Swdn Damnar, and Destination Ton Days After VYe
sued by the Public Health and Marine 1.000 cubic feet of space. The mos- oter European countries, .. sel Arrive there.
Hospital Service and sent broadcast quitoes will fall to the floor and should . __ c. ,. A
over the country. It is being display- be collected and burned. ai{O B o Kc. ,aw. i. C o fC l WIOwith WhiCh V
ei in all postofflcep'and other promi- 19. Success in mosquito deoruction ave a riTv t Dep-rtlxnlfor the se c Reiter S
nent places and will, no doubt, have depends upon the co-operation of the
an excellent effect:o members of the entire community. .pfpM ,n\A --5 a--L . --s- :
No Mosquitoes--NoYellow Fever. 20. While the Infection of yellow -
Treasury Department, fe'er is carried by a singe species of d .11 4 PT M 'S d "
ubli ureaul r n osquto (the Stegomyla), to insure
Hospital Service. troy all mosquitoes. a. Amr
ot.- ewee rcmensded btheein Arm In place liable to yeow fever both ton l
myInividuals and communities have an l D ank,
indorsed by the American Public effective method of protecting them- 'm a. lord .
Health Aaeplatl, nna h^ th' iN 'i,-,, eelvs, as indicated above. Use the t a n ve lOlcsso.


New Fa Dress Goods
Importeoa Chiffon Broadcloth,
Sponged and Spot-proof Broadcloth,
Changeable Radium Mohair Suitings,
All Waal Drap d'ete and Henriettas,
Radiant Phantom Mohair Checks,
Shadow Mohair Melanges,
Drape de Nymph Suitings,
Panama Taffeta Suitings,
Mohair Chaffenlr, Mohair Chene
The Flannel Renalsance Waisting,
Paradign Lustre and' MobUng Suitings.

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thPWN VNWheetae V p4
S Sta Ur ft M andt Mde Har Wi
SSm y lives of beautiful yovmg
k hv been sacrificed jukt as they
wm itehI o into womanhood I How
= q -larities or dispasmeut.
k dlkme d at his Imtaztmt

f1 I EN -no


wmgo M.

Sam, bi sd uDem s .dThus Whe ~C
mni Tuim-W~mamu o schty, Re ao d Ebwmg

ac$LafbS her .beWtIful and neWlY Ill of yellow fever. However, both
furnIahed home on West Garden street. are now slowly improving.
M E Burns received her residence
last evening from her contractor, and Master Bertram and. Master Alvin
will move into it this week. Her Dannheisser left Thursday accompan-
property aisoins that of Miss Ladgler led by their uncle, Mr. Nathan G. For-
alt ti a few days OpeMe two good scheil~t for Cincinnati, 0.
friends and co-wortem will be happily '
living-as they have been working- Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Hyer, Jr.. en-
side by side, under their own roots,j telained at dinner Thursday night in
free from debt. tvompliment to Mr. James Leonard
What they have done hundred's ofi on his twenty.first birthday.
others may do, and theTraexample wili
doubtless inspire others to a similar The many friends of Miss Julia

perie i resulting i veaotmen MISS BONNER ENTERTAINS sler, will be interested to learn that effort. And the writer joins all wh<
WARRINGTON FRIENDS. her daughter Genevieve is married know them in sincere congratulations
and she and her husband met Mr. and trusting they may be as successful iV
A popular and Jelly crowd of the Mrs. W. deC. Kessler in Washington the future in attaining their ambitions
Warrinton young folks (more com- and together the happy quarteite --
monly known as the "D. L. K's") made the trip to Biltmore where they The Friday Euchre met witn Mrs
were charmingly entertained at are now registered at Kennilworth George White. Mrs. C. D. Beyer car
card party given by Miss Bessie Inn. ried off the ace prize. the hostess cap
Bonner, at her pretty residence, 33 0 tured the consolation, Mrs. Vincent
4 1Canal Street, on Wednesday evening. MR. FELL'S ACCIDENT Faeria the lone hand prize and Mrs
The smiling young faces and ric VThos. Thorsen the Jbooby. The nexl
costumes of the pretty belles in a- VERY SERIOUS ONE. meeting will be with Mrs. Thorsen.
tendance added glow to the pretty Mrs. W. C. Walker is in receipt of a
white and green effects, waich were letter from her sister, Mrs. William* Mr. F. B. Hagerman is expected
the colours of the evening. Fell, stating that her husband. Mr. home in a few days from Nashv.'le
S. After enjoying a variety of carl Fell, accidentally stuck a ten penny Tenn., where he is visiting his witf
and other games, the merry par'y nail through his foot on October 10 at and son. Letters to home friends
wpre ushered to the dining roon,. Millview and serious results are fear- bring the pleasant news that Mrs
where dainty refreshments were verv- ed. Hagerman is much improved.
y inm e C/ ed. This inspired some of the vocal Particulars are not given beyond
m ;talent present, who gave those in at- the fact that an effort to get Dr. Mrs. H. E. Nolan, who has been very
tendance a treat in the way of a few Blocker of this city failed because the i!l at the residence of her mother. Mrs.
OiWa'mowdety an owmrenstivyents of the latest popular songs, which telephone lines were out of order, and, Victor Hoist on the Bayou. returned
; s prae their mothers and baffle were excellently rendered. accom- as no other physician was available last evening quite recovered and is
:yi n because theywithhold their panied by guitar, in the hands of Mr. they sent five miles for a non-profes- at her home, 517 East Gregory.
ths cat tis tical period. Frank A. Bonner. I s:onal who could' administer morphine. *
moohershould come to her child' Those present were: Misses Katiel Meantime Mr. Fell's sufferings had Miss Agnes Neal's innumeraho;
AAam& elember that Lydia E. Pink- and Maggie Teichmann, Misses Em-1 become so intense that several men friends were glad to learn that, though
V egeMblefompound will at thi ma and Pettie Rance, Miss Emil'y were required to control him. On Fri still weak she was able to resume
srete sstem fortea 4 Cohron, Miss Loretta Hubbaud. Miss day his condition was heartrending her duties at the telephone exchange
a. lsrt the menstrualtPeriod Legoria Gatbleny. Miss Mry See!y, and he himself believed he could not yesterday. Her "still, small voice"
girl' life without pn or Miss Hettie Boyden. Miss Katie Burk- recover, was indeed a welcome sound.
mm a-rColeofld s., Tem., hard. Miss Florence Simpson, Miss, Mrs. Fell went to Miliview during *
:_. Louise Handlon and Miss Millie iom the summer to recuperate from a long Mrs. John Wood and daughters..
swum. rIM ,- lof. Messrs. "Rob" Laird, Gus Telc,'- illness and when the quarantine was Miss Adele Chaflie. and the two little
Stt U tow tivtlaa m m mann, T. Mooney. Gustav (comic) i announced Mr. Fell joined her to quiet girls, will leave Atlanta tomorrow
rlw thuma Jve for year d Iowe Ronnloff, Frank Carroll, Johnie Gath- her nervous apprehensions for his and go to Greenville, Ala., to visit'
M sto ltdaEK. PinkhmsVqegetable Co-rn leny, Harkley Clifford. Jeff Cohron, safety. Mr. Wood's sisters Mrs. Beeland and
--JL John Seely and John Fell. Further news of the gentleman is Miss Lucy Wood.
= r ym_" OfW1 wga 01- a M After assuring Miss Bessie and no.r awaited' with anxiety by his many *
SrT -. o nM n md pnin amy Sid jolly and entertatUlag parents (Mr. friends and relatives in this city. Mr. 8. M. Phillips -the candy man"'
am Md ww duy d aervow, d i and Mrs. R. Bonner). of their appre- -4- has been wrestling with dengue for
ied 8llhelpme. ciation of the hospitality dispensed at TWO PENSACOLA GIRLS the past four days to the regret of
k-- Plau'kh tan0 m their hands, the happy "D. L. K's", EARN THEIR OWN HOMES. the many friends he has won among
*@L"-. ath lmy reluctantly departed for their homes. Two well known young business w- his customers and others.
tel mex wmThe first -priEe (CUp and saucer) m Two well known young bus Mr"
= 14110tooh g wapm-was won by Mr.. John Gathleny: the wenbth erlyeas Everybody will be pleased to learn
wep l, (46to a ), by Mnce Smp- are to be congratulated ilth as little that Mr. Fred Sweet was resting easily
Iwyk wof agirl whoIs LEON. envy as possible, are Miss Annie last night. Mrs. Sweet did not seem
U adymou wo mohay aie airl who is LEON. Langley and Miss Delia Burns. so well but no serious turn is anticl-
k eeds motherly advice ask herThese two practical young bunes s pated.
to write rs. Pinkham, Lynn, MaNs.,- A JOLLY FISH FRY wo practical yoeng business D
1d se will receive free advice which A GO A D T. women have just come into -ossessiot i
dft lthlereotherifrhteeadctoa wc, AND A GHOST AT DELTA. of new and beautiful homes, bought Master-Clarence and Miss' Anna
Spoelth'- rnAl hnn-- v-omanlhn& Ajolly party of people, some of and paid for with their own savings Both, chilo'ren of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
t- them refugees of Pensacola, had a out of their own individual earnings, Caro are up from their siege of fever,
Fish Fry at Murphy's Old Mill Fri- an accomplishment of which they may to the joy of their family and friends.
day, Oct. 13th. The day wai delight- well feel Justly proud, ano' one, more- 0
ful and all the party in excellent oler. that many men, young and old Beryl the little son of Capt. and
spirits. There was an abundance of have failed to reacB, while few sales. Mrs. E. G. Crist is recovering from a
fish which the young ladies cooked women have even seriously tried to severe attack of billions fever. His
Sto a turn and there do say there are accomplish it. illytess was particularly unfortunate
So a girls In the country who can beat Miss Langley with her father, is now at this time as his mother was also

of Blood

in dte body pmes
through the kid.
neys and is filtered
and purified. In
order that these
oras may per.
form their duties
properly, care
should be taken
to keepthem in

edition. If you are
amauffererfrom kid-
ney trouble, try

Long Life

uliver and

and you will never
reg it

For Sale by
Hannah Bros.




Is displays.,. li thoqr w
drink our S.,dIa Wat
They have 1' earned to d
criminate ".*: vwen t
Mood and the bad. her
the great popularity ofe
the great popularity of o

Kandy Kitchen Cafe,
1O0 S.Pala&O. Phoxe 999


them. One or two of the crowd d-
clared they ate seventeen. The cof-
fee was strong and one small woman
drank four cups-it always tastes 30
good at a fish fry you know.
Among those present were Mr. and
Mrs. George Parazine and daughter.'
Misses Maggie. Laura and Zoe; Mrs.
Phoebe Everett and daughters Misses
Idell. Millie, Effie and Susie: Mrs.
Norris and son Johnnie. Mr. and Mrs.,
E. P. Tray and two children, Mr. Louis i
Alfred, Mrs. N. L. Parazine, children:
and mother Mrs. M. H. Fairchild;-
and Mr. J. H. Ralnes of Alabama.
It is rumored there is a ghost in
the woods. Two young men were go-
ing home after making a call on some
young ladies when something white
suddenly roje up before them. i'hey
both broke in a run back to the young.
ladies for protection-or comfort.
which? One of them says, ".tls no
disgrace to run when you are scared."
Mrs. James F. Hart entertained at
bridge this morning, says the Athens
correspondent of the Atlanta Journal.
in copliment to Mrs. John C. Avery, of
Pensacola. Fla. "N9 holson Place"
was beautiful with palms and La;
France roses. A delicious salad course,
was served at the close of the morn-j
ing's pleasure. Miss Sallie Harris won,
the first prize. an ebony and silver,
tea strainer. Mrs. Avery cut the con-.
solation a pack of cards in leather
case. Mrs. Hart was assisted by Mrs.
Campbell A. ery. .Jr. Mrs. LeRoy Hart;
and Mrs. M. G. Nicholson. The play-
ers were Mrs. J. C. Avery. Mrs. H. C.
White. Mrs. A. R. Nicholson, Mrs.i
Charles Scudder, Mrs. W. H. Bonock.,
Mrs. R. W. Lamkin. Mrs. Billups Phini-:
.. Mrs. B. F. Hardeman. Mrs. C. M.'
,Snelling and Miss Avery. Miss Sallie;
Harris. Miss Louise Morris and' Mrs.
May Harris Brumby.
On Friday evening it was rumored
that Miss Lehr was falling ane' Satur-
day morning she was said to have pass-
ed away. but. happily both rumors were
false. Last night she was improving
and it Is believed that she will get1
along niely.
Miss L-hr is greatly beloved by all
who know her. She Is a noble, self-
sacrificIng girl, devoting her life to the
care of her mother whose sole support
s-he is. and since the advent of the
fixver it Is said that she has faithfully
and capably nursed anyone she coul..'
who needed her. whether they were
able to pay for her services or not, un-
Til she herself broke down.
Many persons will rejoice that she
has passes the crisis ann' many pray-
or- are being offered for her speedy


e- Miss Genevieve Coulson is in re-
iN jceipt of a letter from General Balleun-
:cf appointed state sponsor, for the re-
* union to be held in Jacksonville, Dec.
mr 13 and 14.
Miss Coulsea is n >w in Louisville,
Ky. where Ash has spent the last two
mouths, but will retarn in time to at.
tend the emnl.

I Pemumaa rlend of xr. ots-
man o w"e TmY wbae m .e my
friends while visiting 1ma T. V. Ke-

S*-* .. -


3 Knowles and her mather will be pleas
, ed to learn that Mrs. Knowles is re-
n covering fFom a recent illness.
Mrs. A M. Avery is expected home,
. today from Atlanta. where the Missec
- Avery will remain for a more extended
- visit.
Miss Teresa Neri has about recov-
t ered from an attack of bilious fever and|
her friends are glad that she escaped

the more serious type.
' Mrs. Sam Friedman and two daugh"
ters who have beeu in Atlanta are now
in Nashville, having a good time.
Mr. Mark Morrill is improving and
was able to sit up Friday.
The many anxious friend's of Mrs.
PDonar will be pleased to learn that
she is <;n tho way to recovery and that
her two little girls are quite well.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lichten and fami-1
*ly left Friday-for Nashville.
Mr. and Mrs. Ike Hirschman left
SFriday for the north, Mr. and Mrs.
Lep Hirschman having preceded them
earlier in the week.
Mrs. W. C. Mackey has returned
from a visit to Mr. Mackey's parents
at %Roberts.
Mrs. J. I. Bryan is sitting up and do-
ing nicely.
Miss Ruth Glenn who has been quite
ill sat up Frii'ay for the first time and
is convalescing satisfactorily.
Mr. J. A. Chaffin and daughters are
spending October in Michigan at Bat-
tle Creek.
There's a best in everything. Blue
Ribboi lemon and vanilla are the
"best ever made" irt extracts. Abso-
lutely pure and so highly concentrat-
ed that only half the amount is re-




Secretary Jones Has Met Large
Number Since His Visit To
That Progressive City.


: PHONE 1100.

Do amt w uMtil the yellow fever gets you to order
the supplies needed at that time. You should have them
in the houe ready to use, We carry everyth inn that
Mustard, Flax Seed Matl,
Lfthli Tablei and Every-
thing Neded In Caase of

We can also supply you with all fumigation neccssi,
ties--Sulwphur, Sulphur Candles, etc.

Oil of Citronella and the Original Bosso.



The following letter was receive;I
by The Journal last evening from *.***. *****. .
Secretary W. C. Jones, of the Cnark-
ber of Commerce, who is at present C e i
in Nashville upon a short visit: Cre t
Nashville, Tenn., Oct. 12, 1905.
Editor Pensacola Journal: 1 190
A Pensacolian in Nashville these
days is sometimes persuaded that at A s yw c
least a portion of good old Pensacola
has been transferred bodily to the Con00 in
hills of hospitable middle Tennes- aS bright
see. I you ie
I have been here a week today and Rocking Chairs frou
on every day of my stay I have been Iron Beds .........
pleased at meeting some friend or ac- Woven Wire Springs
quaintance from home. Chairs .............
There are, in fact I should say, at Odd Dressrs frem.
least a hundred and fifty Pensacilians
here. And still they come.
Among those whom I have met are
the following: Col. R. M. Cary and &V S. PaWd
family, Miss Fannie Bonifay, C. H.
Dishman and family, Isadore Fried- .. .. ...MM*99
man, G. W. Gonzalez and family, 8.
Z. Gonzalez, Jr., Mrs. Elizabeth Gon-
zalez, .Miss Irene Gonzalez, E. H. Skin-
ner and family, Adolph Cohen and
wife, Thos. Kent and family, Mrs. P W
Louis Friedman and children, O0. M.
Pryor and family, Miss' Louise Mor-
eno, Chas. W. Merrit and wife, Hat-
ry Ferriss, Ernest Caro, Mrs. Treanor
and daughter, Eugene Acosta and
wife, Dr. T. J. Welsh and wife, Mr.
and Mrs..T. C. Pebley, Mrs. Boyk'n
Jones, Mrs. F. B. Hagerman, w lo
McAllister, Ben Hancock. Homer
Brown of the Gordon-Brown Hard-
ware Co., John Stokes, Mr. Huey of
the Union Depot News Stand andwr
Mr'. Majette of the Consolidated Naval W e
Stores Co:
I am informed that the only Sam
Rosenau "blew" into town on yester-
day morning's southern breezes, but
so far I haven't been able to locate The Pine w
his Nashville haunts, therefore I StIor
haven't as yet connected with the
usually superheated currents of. at-
mosphere which circulate in the vl-
cinity of Sam's location for the mo- ,
This Is my first visit to Nashville,
for any length of time, in more than DIAMO M
ten years, and on every hand I am n
impressed with the magnificent CLOCKS
strides that have been ,made within ST
the past decade toward metropolitan-
ism. Nashville is truly a community ART POTT
of progress and evident prosperity.
And the hospitality of the people here,!
proverbial as it is under ordinary cir-
cumstances, is certainly accentuate.
in the case of people who are .now ..
guests of the city from the enforced : MO W I
elrcnustances of being refugees from
the yellow fever country.
There was a frost here this morn-
nAg, Wl0e beautiful to look upon and
In the abeeace of a weather bureau re-
port of the temperature at Pensacola,
I cannot helj but speculate upon the W O I
odtioR of the weather there. E O Sm
I shan return home on next Tue-
day ateaoW.
,W. C. JONL m

Oys Here

ly as Cash.
and pick out what you want to make your home
*t and cheerful as spring time, and enjoy it while
paying for it.
m.................................1.25 to $20.00
.......... ................ $3.00 to $1000
, sthe leep-easy kind, for.................. $2.50
..............................75 cents to $4.00
........................................$9.00 up


Ic St. Phone 148,


/Vour Ordes


Are Still th

I Cohn

Plones 178 mad

Penscola Fla.


with Us for


T Oaders.

The Store that Feeds
480 the People.

ZOZSU-------s:u:::: :::3w:51g:usmuapi


we aidPmIne ttaeionery.

sr Receive Prompt Attention.


dek Jewelry Co.

'C 'I


The Ouality Store.

Boys COlothing.,

We have just placed on our counters the mot Com-
plete, Serviceable and FasMonable Line d Boys'
Clothing ever shown in the city, and at prices of
$1.50 to $6.00 per suit. No such goods have ever
been offered at the prices. We, have also X X A


aflo o tft Leathers
PARENTS reduce your sIoe bills by buying the American
S Boy She. They ar made by N. BE Thayer a, Co., Inc., the
er est cauasive manufacturers of boys' and youths' shoes in
the United States. They conin a the features that twenty
yews' c4x.rience have provenro add tb the wearing qualities,
and have more style and fit than any other boy's shoe on the
maret Every pai (mcept Patent Lether) fully guaranteed.

W. J. & B. FORBES.
* *

This is a New Shoe on the Market

and has a reputation to make

here. We do not hesitate

to guarantee it.

vea~ i~ QS~emy,

w. J. & FORBES.


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The Journafs Obs&fied Cash Advertlements

--- - -a--S t e e e- -ti -. pe- -ate- by the month.
-s ~ -


I boum (new) renting $2L00 per
moath.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$10.
Two 8 room houses, relating 110.00
per mouth.. .. .. .. .. .. ......575
4 room house west Romana $800.00
F& Rent.
7 room house, 9158 Strong....$1 50O
5 room house, 413 uillemard 10.00
6 room houe, 409 Guillemard. 16.00
List your real estate with me for
Rents collected and prompt returns

204% 8. Patafox St Fisher Building.

I I.. m | WANTEDI-Experienced road sales-
.m-- wngt gem.. .._ ms%--e-.- I man. No schemes; good line; good
*ins rsao& a 3ti- .... a pay. Give references. W. J. Lorack,
SUl Sales manager, Iowa City, Iowa. It*
FOR SAL.E-A second-hand buckboard
--- -- * 1 a WA N 'Ji buggy, in good condition. Price
l I w MW. $15.00. Apply to ;. A. Vueovich,
_ I --.. .. b- K cor. Garden and Alanis. ISoctlw
-perienced bookieepr and office WANTED-Men to learn barber .
Mn now employed desiring wcbange, trade. Fall term begins Oct. U. .-
Was p .tai as clerk o* bookkoeptr Apply at once. Or method save, rFeW&a &e
Rferece tf" lsrabe Addraes K. D., yVars of apprentcship. IUttl ex- FOR SAE-Dr. Boulter's oce out-
Care Jourral. 10octlr pease, Tools given, board provided.j fit, house-hold goods, piano, cow
W .want te p to remember that Catalogue mailed free. Moler Barber and calf. Call at house 313 N. Spring
we mt k puc s tnmers College, New Orleans, IA. ioctlw* St., between 2 and 5 p. m., or at office
we anbackat Sourno d Tr li ea anet between 9 a. m. 12 p. m. Mrs. H. H.
nram eKngt street, MaSl llang O- Traveling S .leama; Wanted to sel Bo'ulter. 1boct1ww
Wae prot. Per tchtper thTannanyout Peolt on. State
Otbft am I& 140s aa P erOo ";&; mod_._ e IWt f. -UT RICNIVW-LIrge shipment of
wa we say. a W. W. Pryor & Boa. SOLptf Ams alC d o St imported O Ol. Rtail by pint,
t te MO. i Cder Co., gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso
&- -*'/ . - - I .D, fin c h .1 Ua VI -i *1 A LAWi 7A

W Th D.--By Chicago wbolemaU an
mail order bouse. assistant manager WANTID.--lMa aDW boys wanted to
(man or waa) &oe this county And earn m 6 f after two hmths bk-
imalig errikory; espise onmer ad-* truda t, a grantt. Cor)o
ieasLd. Work pleasant; position per- Bros. Co. Plu schools, New York,
aomtt. Write at oace for full partly Clincnnati, 0., St. L ou, oe. (Free
*lau and eaclose eelf4-ddreed en- ewalogue.) 6oct4y
vepe. B5 Cooper & Co., 182u
La st., CaMew, lL Soct2w* WANTE). ateltageat p6reon AV
KESW & MUAL. eontraetag palatets e $10 ti-- m weekly in spMe
.ams a i --eo a mm a for partlulsar
and -Mas Sgn. a gn -- LE- a spa- t Northera Paa Syndlcate, Lockport,
C IaNy.- aidem p'--m -'.9 .j 3 Yoctidm
wART:D--Tn b a sor a Ad hamd

aa P. Bo x tL lSmide sue-tl
ams. P.O. Box 3an 1 set w

go tze- to bet or 6 w at
A *e ad uR s b ft s- e
ow ea ot ft o

39&A""a.IW -i twinssr
:- -- slunk

lwd stof O sw b~e loatad
meat he 64SqIOLe New Orleans
0-O7 CO. m. MoffughProp
Waplay-The public to know that
we ane PAiineI ace Roasters of
NWIG& NewOW rleas Gocery 0a.
wantow.Tu moma Tausm

An btna~ mtmatweei.T. 3. Thar.
sqPrep.Phem 9I%.*lSTumatim.
Wo "a ownveybody to ku that we
4a14~ol stand. Now Odlem

ALL U. HGM" wamftayew ur ieg
mud gmft s vie an bresh.

.wmaimWo-TGeiofpp"nW W elt$Ata
ba ist w Owean 1w too. m
bftdi t s pgu.o
mow wntasucla and sejies streets

wPAaMWw" S"to few hmaim
ow" w "Wats owe an tam
smome. wo fts 2The 5im lWM
Ads a 51'eA thep

WANMTU.-7 C OkMe Mauf"aOr-
tcg oa enof aunstworthyae&
a Maiia localrrt
as sistaM in branch oAle.
$18 paid weekly. PwNmaent postit.
No inveta t med. Previous x-
periesce a ibt t il to engaging
Address, Maager Branches, Come
Block, Chago. tw
ANTWno"e ae r. of9r
. Vp a g ts p Vtame No. 776,
or apply to L Deembsek,. busIness
agent, room 1, old Armory building.

WANTUD.--iotti e0a;dk;e d boy to
cook In a smail otel, good salary;
answer quick. fte Clploy Hotel, Chip-
ley, Fia. Itaept.
WANTAID.-All yoe persona wno
are good staographer or book-
keepers, that arm ee g poitons or
promotionto rgst with us Imm*-
diately. We am Meare ood pos-
itions. We are havin ore cas!ls
daily than we can y. It win cog
you nothing to rYglter w s Meux
& Muaro, Proprietors, The Mobile
Busless COfe Mo. 3 6244 N. Royal
st., Mobil%.AIla loa0plo"
WANTED-Tho public to know that
PLUTO WATIR will cure Conu-b
patln, Stbmu A1d lvT'er trouble .
For sale wholatle and retail, by
James McHgh. octl2.

WANTED-0401r -
9t"ti-. Wbstf appear.
Wll eostala halt4me etares of city
ahe an sped atd eam s. 15 emo t
Leave ordrm at Journal eoem

& Co., shp c anders audi greema, 701
South Palates. dock

CHICKE t WBAT pmdue g ea
Mah- eowls Ieotlyw tsavae=
The abaps v t Id to toboua I 1
Mel4 a A Co, Phone 34. lost
FOR SALM.-I am Florada State AgeM
for Fire an Burglar Proof and
Va. FstFres of all deaitiaos
manufacturS by Alpine *8ft asaS
Lock Company of CincntL Obio
Communicate woIthM ms and
terms before buying ear
'itt Moreno, Penu MIL
eDo you value your bealth? Itf s
use our pure Blend of Coffee "Dowey"
and "Ichly. New Orleis Groea y
Co.. Jas. McHugh, Prop. ag s
We have been with yoa Ua Pisa-s
I& since 1874, and still iated t sta
with you and serve you with the best
of groceries at lowest mar-
ket prices. New Orleans Groery
Co.. Jas. McHugh, Prop. augM
FOR B*LaM--One lot of ae show
cases, especially adapted Sfor tU
liaery purposes or for drug store;
also one lot of counters and tnea
French plate glass minrrl L
Reese. 118 South PalaS a. sep2
store gtoek and saen" am 1
8.140 I IntuA4S0sl. t
WANTOD- 0-eAmd4a 0d 0oa. O
and eotto" seed meal eka. Oat lG
town *"e*t seabed. Write aL
F. S. Melle & Co. mOaaWaSlm
FOR SALE-Oae Choicea bloe oa top,
of the ridge east Oat ~ elaUtrie
railway, between Ithk and 8t ftSebl.
Nature has favored tbhis OeUo amd It
cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs.
PUTO WATER-Cures Constipaton,
Liver and Stomach troubles. For
sale, wholesale and retail by Jas. Mc-
Hugh- otl2.
FOR SAL, CHEAP--My tee-yea
old Berkshire herd koar, Duke of
Florida, No. 68,9 3. Also some noe
young pigs. 1 eix-months-old boar, aUl
registered and transferred. Carl Set.
terlind, Chipley, Fla. 183
FOR SALE-Beautiful block in New
City. TrctNo. 312. For eah $a0.o.
Apply to A. M. McMilln. COOit Housa.





Corner West Intendencla and
F. streets. House in good
condition. Rent for $8.00 per
mopth. Two extra lots go
wit house

412 North Palafox street......$25.00
715 North Baylen.............. 40 00
804 North Spring .............25 CO
323 East Gadsden........... 15 0
314 East Strong............... 15 00
625 West Romana............ 10 00

Money to lend at the lowest market
rate of interest.


Real Estate Agency
206 South Palafox Street,


FOR BWAl-Second-hand cash regs
twr In perfect condition. Will se:l
cash or or ttima A rea bargain. Can
bb seeo at James McHush's. 12ma
GROW GINSENG. Large profits.
Room In your garden. Roots for sale.
Write today for literature. Bucking.
ham's Ginseng Garden, Zanesrille, 0.
)OR SALA-4fne Horses and Mules
for sale i4 times. Turpentine.
operators' wants given special atten-
tion. Call on or address Dillon &
PenueL Marianna, Fla. 6actlm
WASTED.-Tou to know that you caa
boy alone, clean old papers at tZi
o06. cheap.

SBAM.-My resldeoae on mast
Bl either incldinaS Whole block
of twenty lots 403t .1- feet each or
quarter block of vTe lots. Anply at
my 0-c, Thiesen BuDl nobr tartia.
or particulars. C. W Haderaa.a
00 TO IM Attol as ao a lmWI

0of fe a est 4%a1=
t, the lonS aisan,

On BALZ.-Shingles and Wood for
sale. Apply to C. L. Creighton'j
Mill, just west of Museogee wliar~

FOR SAL--South haLf block' 311,
eating 400 feet on 12th tret by
137% eet on Bay VIew Park; also
south half of block 212, fronting 400
feet on 14th St., by 1S,7% feet on Bay
View Park. The only property adjoin.
to Bay View Park that is now for
%a T beautiful view down the
bayou and down the Way Oaa never be
obstructed. A. V. Clubbl. l3l I

WOR BAL-L -rooIm ause. earner
fat. 3 blocks fro Palatfo. lot
1X oa car line. for ParUt lars n
quire of Standard t CO

FOR SALE.-Comic "'tegomyla" pos.
tal cards for sale at White's Res-
taurant, two for five cents. Outside
orders will not be filled unless cash
and postage acoompanes order. Or-
der quick. 28sept.


L.5. BROWN &Co
Offer exceptional inducements
to those desiring to sell or
buy, rent or lease property,
borrow or lend money.

Hpve several customers want-
ing homes and investments.

Don't put it off but see us

Drag Your Family

asoeag from palar to post every year. if yo're a reattr.
masking up a new location, when you can Just a asaly

Put Your Rent Money

Into a Home of Yor Own
Ita a l Is the startng. We start you ight. We've
samrtel others. Better call An &ad talk the matter orv
Walt a or write infor mati

Pensacola Investment Co.
n. mm, L L m vky
L 6alM, VA aesdmiO. Mmr. msOW UWm, uTrnmm


LOST-Charm off fob, heart shaped,
small diamond on front, Initials A.
V. on back. Return and receive
reward at Journal Office, or 710 E.
Gregory. 12octlw*
LOST.-White setter bitch, with black
spots; she is short and stumpy.,
Last seen ten days ago. Reward for
return to Jno. Cary Whiting, tax col-
lector. 8oct.

200 Lots For Sale.

Weekly Payments

of $1.00 Only.

No Taxes! No Interest!

Those. Pebley,
Office Cor. Rom:tna an I Palafox St3.
Phone 5-9.

LOST.-A Maltise Angora Kitten near- DIREC TOR
ly grown. Liberar reward for re-
turn to Ben D. Beers, at Wm. Johnson CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL.
& S". I There will bo a meeting of this
body on the first and third A'edne-
M-on-ey ,to Lan-_ days of each month at 7:30 p. m. All
Monevy to -Vn delegates are requested to be press.
Sent. Z. W. ROBOTS.
MONET TO LEND-Oa goo8 real e W. LI DELAY, PresidenL
tate security, or on good colater al Secretary.
at lowest rates. Leslie Pe o No No o P
'Fisher building. PeJijan nacoTa Odse No ? X r. ot P,
-11.--.z-L f.-I--. - - ~inay veIn-g aF. t MJ

MONBY !OANJi) oa Say a oA
kinds V personal property. parabe
w ly Wor aathly. Wbhm p uso
money. see m. J.A. WUlac s %w.
.e*uAat Uml baui bbaUdiag
room 1. dee
MONMT LOANSJD on goo4 rma
V"to NeM t S omL [W
Male wile & a&

MONEY LOANED on ,al kinds af per,
Nsual property on short notice
Terms eOar. J. W. Bullard, upstairs
28% South Palato St., Phone 1144
UNIAMTYD aRUm aC or aC y to las
SamlUlkds at peroal prty
*peon rat" to wbtoet m ai a large
leas. *"e Nw York Leas co.. 2*j6
So ut h r ualni n.
henhmee, Pawukh.
Wathesm, Chaias, Rinas aa anll -mas
f lateral security at love t rate
tserest. Barlas tM uareseemed

AS A PREVEBW~IV try Lewi" an--.
Malarial and Chill Cure. It curas
to stay cured. It Is a good tolnc, a
good liver regulator. YTo need it at
th tis e ao the ymar. On al at ail
druggists, or at Lewis & Co., least
Government stotet. ?rice, 50o.
saee for traveling public. Daly =-.
vice each way. Proam CApley ta Ba
head. Address J. M. TIMagle, pley.
gth d*ata.
anAL Ur&ATI la all n9 y..
lam bw the enaald wa wV

Mrs J. J. Rogers has nursed yellow mt D. Bale Wilsom 0&
fever very successfully through sev-
eral epidemics of the past, both in TAILOIanG-I. L la D a= ,
iPensaoola and New Orleans, and now Geat's clothing leaned, ed ad
offers her services to those requiring iesalred oa osht aote. u i& UI
a treated yellow fever nurse. Call on west Gover met a t., Pamsi ,
her at 1408 EIst Qdiden or phone 853 *1
-6 rings. 10octm
S'' i Ked your system in good eeodition
FOR SAL and you need not fear say disease.
Pluto, the great stomach healer, for
ALL FOR 1.60---i lbs. Granulated. sale, wholesale Sad retail, by Jas.
Sugar, % pound 'Our Own 60 cts. McHugh.
Blealid Tea, 1 pound Aldernay Bak- '
ing Powder, this powder Is equal to a -
Royal that costs you 5, cets per!B h RM A"9
pcund. New Orleans Grocery o. WANTD-A few boarders at 318 W.
llocl. I4..4* *-..oi--.

Manufacturers of
and Dealers in



jetmont. otLOwks
WANTED.--Ona or two roomers; men
preferred' Apply or address No. 17
W. IARua, city. 3octlm*
BAY HOTLt-Opea alght and day.
Buropean pla. Rooms flight aad
clean. Transient trade eoietad, s7T
579 South Palatfo. Jos. S. Nicolau,
prop -e.

Office Second Floor Thiesee Building.

Business Opportunity
THEIR COTTON FUND is earning big
money; amounts of $25 and upward
accepted: your share of profits mailed
you on Monday of every week; write
at once for free explanatory booklet.
Estate Bldg., Baltimore. Md. It*
WANTED--Responsible man to man-
age branch office and depot for
large coffee and spice company own-
ing its own mills. Salary $200.00
monthly and commissions. Refer-
ences and investment of $1,000.00 re-
quired. Address manager, 18 River
St., Chicago. it.

FOR RENT-A five-room cottage,
1105 E. Cervantes, 2 blocks (rom car.
wiih gas, bath and screened. No.
Apply to H. W. Gibbs, Hardware
-Dept., Forbes' Store. lsoctlnio*
FO R .-ReeeCe lJSey o"
cupled by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 11 W.
IARaa street. Apply to BK M. Cary,
43 B. Palafox street 7fjun


WANTE)D.-My pat~3ns to know that
my school will open at the same
place as heretofore, as soon as the yel.
low fever situation will permit. Miss
Pattle Hblden. 24sept.
WANTrD-The poivet of Pmessolo
to dbas worrying. At The Journal
Wat Adb solve the* problem tfr Ie
Ty are expert detetive and can
thwe man yu ari# looking for It
beis included I the 2 5,0 or ii,g
people which makes the populaijo ml
AML FOR $1-10 lbs. Granulated
Sug|r, 1. pound Our Own Freshly
Parche6, Mocha and Java Coffee 1 lb.
Aldernay Baking Powder, this Powder
is equal to Royal that oests you 50
cts. per pound. New Orleans Grocery
Co. lloct

W. O. W. C., Oak Grave, No. 4L
Woodmen Circle meet.; last Thiursday
of each mrnth at 3:.30 p. n.. 3rd floor
rWatson bulld!nm. ,onthwest corner
Palafox and Garden repts. Visitlmg
sovereigns cordially invited. Mrs. W.
A. Smith, Clerk; Mrs M. B. Ole,

L. F. GONALZ a& CO, Props.
Bay your meal and stock feed from
the home manufacturer, encouraging
home industry, contribute to home
labor, and leare your money In you*



$5 to $10.
NO. 1411 N. HAYNE, S ROOMS ........ .... .. .. .. ..... .. ..$5.00
NO. 1903 N. ALCANIZ, 3 ROOMS ...... .. .. .. ....................$5.00
NO. 608 E. CHASE, 3 ROOMS.................... .. .. ........... 6.00
NO. 422 N. DAVIS, 4 ROOMS.. .............................................$7.00
NO. 723 N. TARRAGONA, 4 ROOMS........ .. .. .. ..............67.00
NO. 415 N. GUILLEMARDE, 4 ROOMS .. .. .. .. .. .. ....... ..... 7.00
NO. 900 E. BELMONT, 4 ROOMS....... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .........$7.50
NO. 15 S. BAYLEN. 4 ROOMS .. .......... ...... .... ........ $8.00
NO. 634 W. GREGORY, 5 ROOMS.............. ................W00


$10 to $18.
S30 N. HAYNE, 7 ROOMS.. ................... .. .....$18.00
16 8. SPRING, 6 ROOMS.. .. ... .......... ....... ..$17.00
116 W. WRIGHT, 6 ROOMS ...... ..... .. ........ ......$17.50
245 W. GARDEN, S ROOMS.......... .. .. .................$16.65
309 GREGORY, 6 ROOMS ............... .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$15.75
122 W. GARDEN, 5 ROOMS ............................ $15.00
408 N. HAYNE, 5 ROOMS........... .................$12.50
419 E. INTENDENCIA, 5 ROOMS.............. .. ..........$12.00
23 E. LaRUA, 4 ROOMS...................... ...... ..$13.50

$18 and Over.
NO. 411 N. SPRING, 8 ROOMS............... .. .. .. .. .. .. ....$40.00
BAYLEN AND De6OTO, 8 ROOMS.......... .. .. ... $35.00
BAYLEN AND DeSOTO, 8 ROOMS.... .. .. .. .. .. ..... .$35.00
NO. 211 W. CERVANTES, 8 ROOMS ............ .. .. .. $3!.00
NO. 317 N. BARCELONA, 8 ROOMS.................. .. ......$25.00
NO. 304 S. ALCANIZ, 8 ROOMS .............. .... ...... ..$20.65
NO. 108 L WRrGItT, 5 ROOMS........ .. .. .. .. ............... 22.50
NO. 217 N. CEVALLOS, 7 ROOMS ...... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ....$20.00
NO. 19 E. JACKSON, 5 ROOMS.. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ....$18.00




& CO.

Correspondence Solicited.

Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency.

k -

It's Unfair to

meets every Monday evening at 7:39
o'elock at t,,Ilr Castle Hall. BloNat
Watson bulldvig, corner Palafox aad
Garden streets Visiting brethren ea
diplly welcome 1.
J. H. BRlWTO, 0. a
B. HORSLEk. K. of R. A .
Rathbone Lodge eNa
y 20 K. of P.. meets over
nm Tkrsday evening at 8:00
o'clock In their Castle
J- ba& third f aoor. Bloau,
Watson building, aoutr.
4 B wet corner Falafor ad4
Garden streets Vilting knights ae
cordially welcomed
& & CERUT;,. 0,
0. J. Levy., K of R. &
Knights of Columbus.
Meetings of the
Knights of Columble
are held at their hall,
No. 8 West Inteadew
cla street, a every
Monday evyntag as
7:30 o'clock. Aa la .
vitatloa is ezte-s4
to visltn!u Knights.
EDM. FOX Grand Kalg"t
Prenma Loeg Ne. 4, L 0.0 M.P
Pensacola Lodge No. 4. 1. 0. 0 ,
meets every Thursday evealan at
at the new hall on West Garije
street. Visiting brothrea eardia:ly
Invited. T. 0. STINS .N,
B. R. WITKOVSKI eretary.
Naomi Lodge Na 10. Reb ekahb %a
tes ceets every Monday Maght at
I o'clock ia L 0 0. t. Ha
iUng sisters cordially tInvited to
present. MRS. S. DeTHAYTR.
M. E. B. A. No. 81 meets Ares. s
third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.
"m., Raffnrd Hall. No. 10 Weat Intee,
denca Street.-
J. U SWIN9T. Bec.
Live Oak Camp No. 1. W. 0. W,
etsa in Pythian Hall 1st and r.
Wedneadays In each mount. Vstina *
sovereigns cordially nlited.





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i^rfti D I ME NU o., *OCT. 9, 1905.
While in Havana during the early part of September last, I suffered from a severe attack of Mague Pever, and upon my return to New Orleans I
still had ally attacks of slight fever, which, despite the remedies prescribed by my Physician, cil oboUaately to me, until a friend of mine gave me
thee bottles of your fever remedy, which I took according to- directions for two days, and much to my surprnle all signs of the fever left me; my gener-
al-health was also very much improved
The medicine certainly does all you claim for it.
TOros truly,

SM As Old Proverb With a ww Applica-
The woods are full of "so-called"
Remedies for Baldness.
SaYou may call anything in creation
We Ca 1a remedy, but to use them is bAk
AD E TO T E locking the stable after the horse is
s A T tolen. wt
Baldness and Dandruff are caused
by a germ-if you don't kill the germ
E h iast the germ will kill the hair.
U aI Fu Scientists have labored with the
When we talk about oWr problem of a preventative for Bald-
shirts. Hundreds and ness for many years.
sirs of-thued I__W Newbro's Herpicide is the product
a of Fale lui.&uR YestUiin A of a mode Idea a odern and will cure a-
es S e er nrS al sies. Suc druffa and prevent Baldness because
alwas e o e edeth S m of germs cannot exist when you apply
always sell for more ele-d to & Sum of Htrpicide.-
rbere--but. we make our Herpicide is a valuable hair dress-
prs give us but a mod- $235.00. lIg and scalp disinfectant as well 9s
st rot and to you a cure for Dandruff.
For sale by W. A. D'Alemberra,
tA neat sum wax added to the yel- druggils and apothecary. 121 South
}t V al'alow fevr- relief fund yesterday. In Palafox street, or send 10c in stamps
fact out of the donations, five in num- to The Herpicide Co., Detroit, Mich.
They're White. Negligee, ber, the sum contributed amounted to
plain ano pleated., stiff 235. J.S. Roberts ................ 5.00
bosom. business and plain One subscriber, who did not care to Citzens National Banb ...... 10000
dress, with a mighty pret- have his name mentioned donated L. & N. R. R. Co., .......... 10000
ty line with dots and $100.00, while George Lewis of Talla- F. W. Marsh ................ 15 09
stripe& Fifty. 75 cents, hassle, sent in a contribution for a R. M. Cary .................. 1000
$1.00, $1.50 and up to similar amount, and Hon. W. B. Shep- J. Ed. O'Brien ............... 10 00
p2.a0. pard contributed $25. Pensacola Gas Co ............ 150.00
The donations to date are as fb:- Electric Terminal Railway Co.. 100 00
lows: Goulding Fertilizer Co ........ 100.00
The Donatomm. John C. Avery................ 26.00
Srst r Nauonal Bank......... .$50000 P. Martinez .. ..... .. .. 2 00
S W. S. Keyser Co............. 200.00 j. W. Maloy ........ .. .. 6.00
American National Bank... .. 20000 Welles-Kahn Co .. .. ,. ... 25.00
SConsolidated Grocery Co...... 250.00 Rbodes-Futch-Collins .Co.. .... 15.00
S W U c I 1 Fr. J. Schreyer ............... 6.00 A Moog...................... 10 00
Those C. Watson.............. 100.0 Southern Cotton Oil Co........ 50.00
i p tX Menm's Wear iscambta ealty Co.......... .001F. E. Brawner.. ............... 10.0C
SLee Daniel .................. 26.00 R. P. Reese..................... 600
S WO3 rW. A. Blount...... .......... 100.00 D. H. Klusmeler...... ....... 5.00 a
p| fw Hannah Bros .. ............ 10.00 Lion Brewery ................ 25 00
People's Bank................ 100.00 L. Bear Co. .................. 50 00 J
Pensacola Water Company.... 100.00 Wlndlsch-Mauhlhauser BrewingD
Leslie H. Brooks .............. 1000 Co ..................... 25 00
J. M. Ooe.................... 1000 L.Fiedman & Co. .. ....... 10.00
ER S A PPensacolasIn investment Co..... 100.00 Sullivan & Sullivan .. .. .. .. 10.00
IM. F. GonMalez................ 2509 Dr. E. C. Bennet ............ 5 00 N
IW I l LLL 0 w r Southera States Lumber Co.... 10000 MMillan Bros. Co., Mobile .... 26 00 D
-- Consolidated Naval 8torea Co.. 10000 J. C. Pebley... ............ 10.00 J
WU l wei ma ut Noav. !. German-American Lumber Co.. 50 F. M. Williams.. .............10
__ Saunders Mill Co. ............ .00 Wicke & Co..................10.00
J.-" S 8aunlders...... ...*... 60.00 Phil Pearl...... .. .......... 4.10
-Pensacola, St. Andrews & F.W. Cook Brewing Co, ... 60 00
Gulf teamship Co..........2500 Senator S. R. .Mallory........50 00
EDrh1U GrW rI o D. Kugle an ................ 10.00 Wselogel .............. 509
Jeams n. hiteo .. 15.00 F. R. Meade ................. 10.00 '
S J. VIDAL, Manaer. sP. Shstter co............. 250.00 p r e r ........ ..........1000 e
hn Jos. Coleman ....... .......... 2.00 Alger-Sullivan Lumber Co .... 100.00 o
A. F. Warren ................25.. 00
St ndar C thing Co 10I5.00 Clyde W ilson .. .. .. ... 5 00
St e mde FaM rc rfI. o .................... D. Beggs .... .. .. .... 5 00
Jno. B. Jones ................ 5.00 . Williams .......... 1 00
rFawt roofs T.H.L Lanon & Co........... 1500 H. L. Berry ............ 00
_"'" o e_ f i '- WH E o Berrl y is .. .. .... .. .. l
od h and T pf s WnS m. Johnson & Son........... 250) Cash.....................10000
Clutter Music House .......... 10.00 Ge. ILwis, Tallahasee..... 1000 M
Phone 725. Meyer Shoe Storer............. 15.00 W. B. Sheppard ......... .. 25 00
Just reclved-Mackerel Spa Rib. Standard Cling Co........ 10.C C E Merritt, ........ ... 00
Rolled Boneless Corne d BeeL Cod vi L a CO M. S. Pond. 0.. .. 0:
nh. New Ratins ,ring In Keg Maxwell & eerve............ 0.00 Co d LI
S. Pasco. Jr............ ...... 5.00Co 8ore Ai
tried Herring. Black Olives, .I Campell ................. 5.0 Big Zion Sunday school .... 00
Nymph Cod Fish, lall ibut. Bloatera. H. H Boyer ................:. 25. M. Lewey, (Sentinel) .... 2 50
panish Onion, Ol'ves in Keg Die Kress & Co ................. 1,00 A Jos. H. James ............... 5 00 h
oPic kles rk C racis Laert D. Hale Wilson.............2500, W. H. Harvey ...............2 00
SCo.'s Clraid Brand of Caed A Avnere................. 25.00 Moss Lyman ............... 1 0
r Gordon & Brown.............. Richard Morris ..............5 0o fi
oods Asparagus and Tr s. Clobster,. T' ho APle................. 5.0Cash.........................55C
n. S Forbe Furnitre Co..... .. 5... 400 F. And-.rson................ 2 0
ported Sardins, l."alian Cheese, Ital- N. G. Forcheimer ............. 1000 Marion Blue ................. 100 f
ne Pase. pa nish rned G'oods H. G DeSilva & Co............ 25.nj Preston Gordon ........... 1 00 a
White Bea Red Bean Butter W. A. D'Alemberte...........10... 00 Aaron Johnson ............... 1 0', i
eans. Evening nAw and fresh. .las MeHugb ................... 250' S. Paul church ............ .. i
NoS. C04 (,*6, 0<, S. Palalox St.L Sol Cahn & Co............... 25.00 Washington Clark ............ 5 0 1j l
B Gorson .................... 1500 Whlitfield Dupont ............ 100
.. .. J Kryer .................. 17 50: Rev. W. A. Woods, 9th Avenue i
ONTRA C-T Nr DX raDE,, Green & Wa'son .............. Baptist Church............. 2 00 a
fieBmoa Uy gb b lanl.- C VanPelt ................. 5.)10 Thos McMillan............ .00; to
STh,, Po'nsacola Journal......... 25.090 A Colored Citizen ............ 5 9
mA la C B Paarkh' ............. 10 00 Ninth Avenue Baptist Church 2 CO t
ad sinil U ft UU Nava, St-res Export Co...... 250 ( iAaron S. Johnson .. 1 0')
SW. B Wright Co............ 51.00! Mt. Zion Baptist Chiurch ...... 3.21 ft
Se place I, serd Nour cl.bthes tn be N Apostle.................. 251.)01
d, Clean"d. IPressed or Repaired.! McDavid-Hyer Co.. .......... 25. 00'-- ___________--_
-are now in a pl iol :o; handleI R. G. Bushnell ................ 20.00
eCur work mirt, effic.: ,nly than ever. A. A. Fisher................. 50.001 e cl
H P. Baars & Co.............. 10000 Ial u
L. REESE Pensacola L.umber Co....... 100.00 i bo
Gme 25. Wren t. ........... 5000 a le i th s1e
Phone 675. Propriet No. 11 North Palafox Street. A. DiLustrh ................. 2 00 i
.Ale. .Ze.. .............10....i...1000 Need Not Forever |5
.................. "...... ,eo 1.. .bu......: .U.o.... l. .
F. M. WILLIAMS, E. J. Dunham ................ 500 Is
CONTRCTc-F AND BU'LDER, Guif Machine Co............. 250Q ean, 01
ofe, Brosnaha= bulldts. next () H. Smith & Son............ 10.0 m Ul i
to Pensaco~a Business College. Bar .ots.................. 100. 0 i
Prompt ttenton alway, given W B Lamar................. 100.0 FoToIuadanf MXn |1,
to, business' P..nsaccla pl..| Scarriti Moreno .............. 500 sLA U 6Vgd5l5 .u1 1 i ,
W. S Rosasco ............... 10.00i W y i -"
e= Marine Grnlery Co............ 5 Wherever you go you will 0
.... ( H. Muler..................... 50 ... see our clothes on Bank- M
._, ^ F. 0. Howe & Co............ 25"0 ers, Lawyers, .Physlcians, it
^ ^ Sl IJ. C Porter.................. I"oo, Business Men-men who TO
-' q aT I "1 A. Chaffn ................... 2500 have learned how to spend hi
m' a HB[^ P- AH. H. Thornton............... nie. i money in a business-like
*O I ^l tB Roberts................ 10.00 Iway and know the asset
E- fS ON& IJ P. WilLams Co............ 100 0'1 value of good clothes. i
\^-^ ^ iT. A. Jennings................ 190.00 You will, probably, be un- to
l ,^ ^ 9 ^^J *Geo. W. Wright............. 50.0 able to ,listinguiih those he
--..-- -- -- f.. i am 'ash ...................... 5.00 we clothe from those who i-
B FD-U ^ I __ Quina & GutTman ............ 10.00 still go to higher priced l
l I l ill t-- l U l-'rank Reilly ................ 25.00 tailors. It means, when i
..............u' S.A. F'iedman................ 10.00 a man buys here: More i ,
ISU 0 61 D.- Ui.~a. Dannheisser .............. 5.04) clothes pe r year fo" the -m i

H. 0O Anson................... 1000 same expenditure or as
--- -- Marston & Quina ............. 25.00 many clothes for much th
For Mos uitn R itea .N. J. & B. Forbes............ 100.00 le"s. tb

nad the poi ioi.u- s :'n : al insects' N. Goldring ..................
Sloan s Li Un ci* i t agre'. *nts Cash......................
tiicas p H. White & Co ..........
!Warren Fish Co..............
-_ .. Pensacola Stables ............
A AR. C. Thiesen .................. I
.This is t, all drugg Southern Bell Telephone Co..
This is lo crf i all Oruggi.ts.j McGaughey.............
S" autborized to r funi our noney i Armour Packing Co..........
SFoley's Honey" a::. Tar fa:Is ; i tubisson Bros ............
O p your cough or eC,. ;( tar Laun4ry..............
Xm he als the lungp and preventsjL. S. Brown& Co ............
golMU results from a (o;d Cures la Judg% H. Bellinger...........
gr@ppe cough and prevent pneumonia Marks & Gayle...........
oad cOsuemption. Contains no opt f Swift '& Co ..............
te. The genuine s in a yellow pack- Miss Fannie Heneirson ........
b4 Retuse subs:ltutes W. A. DAl-j McKenzile Oertin; & Co. .....I
- ev,, Druggist and

100.0 0

50 00
25 ,
10 00

* lift

McMillan Bros. Co. Time ad Ti
___ away iomn y(
Arrived. Chulren ghoul
A RE TSSaturnina, lSpan ss ,Bengoa, Liver-
pool to Gulf Transit Co. A Pu lcy l The E
Naval tore. Maet. Cimbria, Dan ss, Hansen, Hamburg Insuralt -
Savannah, Ga., Oct. 14.-The naval to Gulf Transit Co. Fl, Lu.g. KI 01
stores markett cLosed tc-day lot- Br. ss. Eastlands, 2001. Thomas from,
lows: St. Vincent, consigneci to F. 0. Howe
W G .. .. .. .. ...............5 50
N.. ...................... 5 20 Harold, Nor ss, 1435, Aos, London.
.. ......................5 10 Katendrecht, Dutch se, Hockatra.
K ..........................5 00 j1364, Gulfport to the W. S. Keyser Co.
I.. .. .. .. .. .................4 85 Br ss. Labelia, Watson, Verra Cruz.
H.. .. .... .. .. .. ..........4 80 Keyser & Co., 1913. M 'I*
G .. ......................4 75 Br. ss. Labelia, Palmer, from Vera -. L LAVW ag*W*
F A .l /" . ......t...........,47.v. n- "VV a


de Wait for No Man"
having but full of truth, nevertheless. As
passing you are letting the op;ortnnity sl'p
ou ta procure a protection for your wife and
lid the Angel oi Death call on you.
suitable Protects. Get t to-day.

wles Bros. Ge algs

SVf * eMMaM s".. Pe*-tSo a a

ral Life

wer expense rate. and higher
pany doing business in Florida.
to decidee the rest.

fP, General Agent.

Supply Co.
Irers of
orders, day or night Agent
d Lo and Timber Dogs, aleo
P. 0. Box 123.
IIU mUUM t .tet .

ork is
in all
d be av

a drag and a drudge
the other household
chained to the kitchen
voided by the use cof a

Phone 148;

E...........................435 Lovaine, Br ss, Anderson, 1855,
D .........................4 10 Rio Janerio to the W. S. Keysef Co.
C .......................... 4 00
Spirits Turpentine 9% cents. Pecklington, Br ss, Whyte, 885, Gal-
___ a veston to J. A. Mengtt & Co.
Tugela. Br ss, Lacock, 2148, Vera T U i C i
COT N Criuz to H. Baars & Co.
The following cotton quotations are! Vivina, Span ss, Bustinsa, 1988, Liv- s
reported for The Journal daily by C. erpool, to Gulf Transit Co. low9 w death rate, lo
Gunter Elmore, F. 0. B. cotton broker.a Shipm. st te han any or
Pensacola, Fla.: e hip Martin 110. I Brbeor you
Good Midaling................9% Kaiser Ge ship Martn 1180 Br
Street Middling ..............9. men 'o Master.
Middling.................... 9% Nor. ship Ilala, 1248, Andreusen, Na Ss Willa
Strict Low Middling ......... 9% from Leith, to Master.
Stains and Tinges % to 1 cent lower., Itl. ship Trinito, 1472, Santagule,
from Rio Janerio to Rosasco Bros. -
New York Quioations Barnw. m I | -" |.n S' Hf,
New York, Oct. 14.-The following' Bonheur, Nor bk, Anderson, 1998, ~- -.
are the ruling cotton quotations today: Fleetwood to Southern States Lum- I
Open Close ber Co. y | __ mUm1vm
january .. .. .. .... 9.80 9.87 Dharwar, Swd. Bk., 1271, Olssen, =I, Iron W o rk l and
)ecember.. .. .. .. ....9.70 9.78 Antwerp, to Pitch Pine Lumber Co. Maturers and Repai
Leoo Quotatios. Nor. bk. Ebenezer, 771, Quall, fromACHiN RY AND
Liverpool Quitation*. London. ACHINKRY AND
Open Close Garibaldi, Ital bk, Ageno, 1348, FORQING MIK LL AND STE
Nov.-Dec. .. .. .. ..5.21 a.25 Gloucester to order. STAM #HItP REPAIRS
Dec.-Jan............ ..'5.29 5.29 Ger. bk. Gesin, 1375, Falk, from Prompt attemtIo given to all
an.-Feb......... .5.32 5.32 Hamburg. l i JCt MeKay & C.'s celebrate
Feb.-Mar.. .. .... .'..5.34 5.34 Nor bk. E. J. Splcer, Capt. 'Patter- ata ill U esumipUtoos.
&pr.-May.. .... .. ....5.40 5.41 sen, LaGuayra, K-eyser & Co., 1268. Offte Phone 18.
Nor. bk. East Craft 1248, Johnsol Reeldenoe Pene 1029.
TO THE PUBLIC. from Dublin to Master. _______>__I
We will not be responsible for any Kosmos. Nor bk, Isaksen, 1227 ff??uf'~fe%
lebts contracted by khy one In our London. es... ee c .......e
mploy a3 manager- 4t otherwise of Nor. bk. Mocco, 1052, Ellifren, from
ny of our markets. Liverpool, to Alex Zelius. 1 Po r
W. L. MORGAN & BRO. Smeroe, Nor bk, Olsen, 941 Pors- It Sa95 ie
ground to A. Zelius.
Werner, Nor bk, Tonnerson, 840, K lw
L*dona's Chmier weeps. Rotterdam. Kira eo
On May 1 all the chimney sweeps in Wildwood, Nor. bk., Nilson, 1476, Drudgery of Kitchen
London were for year treated to a Ttroon to A. Zelius.
great feast by the Montagu family of Barkentines Foar iost women kitchen w
'ortman square. The custom original. Alfa, Danish Bktn, 271, Rasmussen, d tlea smjnod. They areh
d with Lady Mary Wortle) Montagu Ceara, Brazil. by lot o work ld. They are
bout the year 1722. This famous Eng- ehooners. by a lot of work that could
lsh authoress had a son--Edward Doris, Am sch, Wilkie. 310 Havana RANGE FOR C
Vortley Montagu-who Is known in Elma, Br sch, Henebery, 299 Ha AS RAMNI xE F RJI C
history for eccentric life. Having been vana. Ask us about one.
ent to Westminster school, he ran Hjalmar, Am sch, Axc!son, 55, Key
way three times. On one of these West to Gulf Transit Co.
lights be changed clothes with a little Gee. May, Davis, clivere, 554. P E N SA CL
himney sweep and spent a long time
rith the sweeps as one of their pro- 27 East Garden Street.
session. His parents hunted for hir 'ltllllllllIlllllll-llllllllilllllIIIlllll.-
ll over the country. At last his hid- _, ; *
ng place wns discovered, and be was
estered to them. This happened on t0rr
lay 1, and in commemoration of the ULi "jj' *c
happy day Lady Montagu every year : =.. i M C,.Ca, I aJ
afterward until her death gave a feast = t S 9
o the sweeps of Lodon. The Monta.[ 0g ^ J1.=1 I
us continued this custom through all I 1I II
ie following generations, and now S m ok Jol i s '- Meeand P
day 1 has become a general holiday 0 1 A Utrragam
or sweeps.
Coins and the Cross. D rive sm'| | |e X |
The symbol of the cross was asso.
lated with the earliest coins in Chris-
>ndom. and t.ody the crusado Is one ,= AWaV y t PlIl l T V !lIT ft
f the coins of Spain. A cross was w J a ln ll I I 1 1 I
n and he crusade is CURIOSITY IS NOT A
ut on Anglo-Saxon and Norman UROTTY'ft NO
noney that it might be readily broken -ZuM quItUo e It wle y. W (itfsti-tate ofr pri
ito halves and quarters for giving .
bange. and when cut coins were abl- Hardware, 8asa Doors, BI
hed money continued to be marked Z
in one side with the cross, like our Sw0X e aned B- W aft e ts
modern florin. In this way it became S
nnmon in the sixteenth century to A We gM 1ave y" gmMy M9
iy, "He hasn't a cross," as we say, f iUltected. ______
He hasn't a penny." Shakespeare
equently uses it in this sense, and S -- t_2^ i l
asslnger played on the double mean- Sd M Vll W ill
g of the word: '"The devil sleeps In
y pocket. I have no cross to drive Offic= 29 East Garden Str
in from ."-London Express. LI I I LL Facory North PaTfor Str
Notb wr n o lonl I S ide.
The man had been grumbling steadily MINI I K
r half an hour to his sent mate. whom 5 IN IS E
had never seen before. Ie had
rumbled abont bnuinees, plitcs, war, = W --I M -. -
ads, schools, farms. npw~:spers an Removal Notice.
at unfailing scapgoat-the weather. 1 THE KING . .
The man beside him had borne all OF ALL
at seemed necessary and t last be- On October 1,. I will move my stock
ought him of a way to silence the 3 C I Gl AD = of groceries.and feed stuff from co?- FU
umbler, if such a thing was possible. ,- C ,Ga,, -ner 10th Ave. and .14th streets, to
"Are your domestic relations agree- store with the .blue.front on corner
)ie?" he asked suddenly. turning an TRY ON "! E of Davis and Lloyd streets..
quisitive gaze on his companion. !- v Will keep at f"ull and.-complete stock
'Yes, they are" sna d the grm- = of fancy and staple. gr isrles and fe,,l
np "It's m- "retl -that --- = stuffs. Thanking my friends and cus-
'e alIt's myubwife' relations that tomrs tor past f=T4tM, I respettally
e all the trouble.'" I, = solicit a costiLwne of e se. Ca ,.T
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InDn annir -I 1= IewIt Ors t where. ll eghts ad mesures
,I _Y SPRINCS, AlA. W guaranteed. O i 0 and give
Under New Management. i
L delightful resort immune from- 5 U 8..
er, offers to retefgees elegant ac- 5 .
m owdatlous md. board at $25 per Agents. -.I
nth, $7.50 p week. Bver-yting 5 : = w I iA^ Isl n.
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