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by Thle Asm vw q Rted Presa
jTPff OM NA2. Wam A&. me
al w y read b y u e arly a& fl th e
PRICE 5, CENTS
YESTERDAY AT BUFFALO OF
GRAND LODGE ELKS
uowt Amm %waiiq u Man Who Parcha
THE NEW OFFICERS
For Eas g Year Will Be Se tI"l
iu Executive Session.
SEVERAL SPIRITED CONTESTS
ARE ON. BUT SLATE MAKERS
HAVE SELECTED WHAT THEY
BELIEVE WILL BE THE WIN-
NING TICKET-PRIZE CONTESTS
By Associated Pam.
9Suffalo, N. Y.. July 11.-The Blks
attending the nineteenth annual reun-
..i, of their order to-day began to com-r
,.it.e husinesst with pleasure. The
c~ .ning session of the grand lodge at
T-',k 'hstre and' the preliminary con-
- o,,r bands for rich prizes at the
}1 were the features of the day's
1 .. -_-n. Attorney General Julius M.
v. *r represented the governor at the
S: semion and welcomed the
: ..ea'e to the te. Mayor Erastus
Knight and Willard H. Ticknor,
,'* ",.d ruler of the Buffalo lodge,
r the address of welcome. Wil-
S.1 O'Brten. Jr., of Baltimore,
r- exalted ruler responded.
o: .wtng the opening meeting the
lo-ge went into executive sei-
S'o receive the reports of officers
&a ieat uew ofcers for the ensuing
'Whiltl svel spirited contests are
ie SaBowiag Is regarded as the
ng tUie~ by the s&ate users:
1 Ealted Raler. lobert W.
knight. Charl s Kauffman,
pe.i N J.; grand esteemed lettur-
nighi. Edward MclAughlin, of
n: grand s*c:relarv. Pred C.
.n.aon. I tinqne loa: grand treas-
1.ohn K Tenor (Charleroi, Pa.:
.. mi,-',*t i*hro. -%ars# John D.
t, a* I *nn. .,Ia-- : grand trustee
fone 'a,. DIr W. li Havilana', Butte
By Aveociated Preas.
a'er. Or,.. July l].-C--harles Mor'-
.. convict, in the penitentiary, is
'.c Tried here on a charge of mur-
M<~nt was jointly indicted wih,
fHa-ry Wright now incarcerated
RUSSIAN POLICE P FECT
MURDERED B PI"PIITIONER
OVER CASE OF CALEB POWER&
IN NEWPORT JAIL
rsed Control Fr o ues from -*-As- WI 4LW BB TO BOTTOM
of the Equitable Society sssm Passed g COTTON REPORT LEAKAGE
P P R IT E V T N ,sk R ... .. '. . .
BsHill I o PAPERS IN CAE TURNED OVER TO UNITED STATES DISTRICT AT.
M&IV !OMCA ot- at Ot-* Hyde stock In the Uqeltable, and Is nOW
domnmbtt A utI Americtaen I The par value of the Equitab)e stock bought
by Ryan is only $50,000, the price paid $4,000,000.
CRIMINAL COURT TO RE-CONVENE
II NEW ELECTRIC
LINE TO BAY
THURSDAY, WHEN IMPORTANT IILII I I 1111
CASE WILL BE HEARD-JUDGE
BEGGS IN LAKE CITY. Citizens Will Construct One if
A POLITICAL CthME
Victim Regarded as hMe Best
Type of a Russian OIfitil.i
THE MURDERER APPARENTLY A
PEASANT, NOT YET ItENTIFIE-D.
BLOODY ENCOUNTERMS.IN THE
STREETS OF W ftAW-AN-
OTHER MUTINY FIARED-RE-
BEJOUS CREW TO .E f ftRA.
By Associated Prem
Moscow, July 11.-Major General
Count Shuvaloff, prefect of police
here, and formerly attached to the
ministry of the interior, was assassi-
nated this morning while repeiving pe-
titions. One of the petitioners drew
a revolver and fired live times at the
prefect, who fell dead. The assassin
aThe assassin waited in the ante room
until the other petitioners bad been
received, and then, entering, the wt-
dience chamber, began firing as he ad-
vanced towards Count SrWaloff. All
five bullets passed though the body.
The assassin wb6 was dressed as at
peasant, has not been identifed. He
was recently arrested as political
suspect, but escaped frog 3ift police
stattoS before his examiiailen. i
REGARDED PURELY AS
A POLITICAL CRIME.
St. Petersburg, July 11 -The assas-
sibation of Count Shlivaloff at Mo.,-
cow to-day is considere.l to be A pure-
political crime, as the comit WMas not
yec forty years old and was regarded
as being the best type of Russian o0M--
c.al. He came from one of the most
famous families in Russia.
OCCUR IN WARSAW.
Warsaw, July 11.-Three bloody en-
counters between troops and strikers
in which about twenty persons were
killed or wounded occurred to-day.
The strikers were marching through
the streets from house to house de-
< WSpiM jail .on the charge of! r m Nanding the lowering ct rents by
L* supplie'a the outlaws Tracv; The Criminal Court, which met Mon- Soet ilWay Co. DO Not twenty per cent. Many proprietors,'
rrill with arms previous ;, day for the July term. adjourning the out of fear, complied with the demands
-cape from prison. As Tra,- sme day, will re-convene to-morrow t Take ot of the strikers.demands
ut seven men during his morning. and the trials will be taken o emk
*wo of them being guards of up. The adjournment was taken tag of Same. RUSSIAN OFFICERS
:. 'entiary. Monte and Wrigh, on account of the fa-t that Judge' FEAR ANOTHER MUTINY.
-zed with murder .under a Beggs was called to Lake City on mat- i di ro the
'n of the state law which ters connected with the college there An electric line, extending from the
accessor- before the fact a The first case docketed for trial corner of Thirteenth street and Six- Kustenji, Roumania, July 11.-The
Sacceo before the fact a wil bThnef ofthe mos- important o: teenth avenue to Bay View Park, is Russian squadron seems to be delayed
Sthe crimeits class to come before the court. It now an almost assured fact. If the, here owing to fear that another mt-
is that of Joe Reilly and Ed. Cole, Street Railway Company does not de- tiny will break out shoulI the vessels
TARI CONMDO m KlN' colored, both of Century, wbo are sire to construct a branch to the park put to sea.
R charged with having d a drink connecting at the above corner, then Fifty prisoners Irom the Kniaz Po-
Y OF ENGINES known as hop ale." The officers te citizens residing id that section temkine, quartered on the different
BY UUL= 0f Echarge tha the beveaga e contains l- 01o the city will subscribe the money vessels awaiting trial for rebellion, has
y Associated Press. 'cohol. while the defendants claim that and build and operate the road them- caused intense indignation among the
a Tenn J, 11.-A e: it d e not. It will e for thae ju ~slves. ctews, consequently the fears of an-
h* Tenn. Jly 1.-A co:a it does noto It i rthe r. Those residing in that section of the other mutiny.
-H. h encnes occurred at and court to decide whether or notcity have shown a eterminaton to
',ht yards cf the South- it contains alcohol. city have shown a Qlteination to
,ht ard the South It on t autlhort. have seize, beautify and improve the advantages CREW OF POTEMKINE
S',em in this ci.y at .nd now have in their custody five possessed and among the many pro- TO BE EXTRADITED.
,-" no-day,. .os. C. Blacknd full" narrel of hop al he cu wer Jects under consideration is the line
ctor w killed tchm an d ftak charge of when -the awn were tO the park. It is the desire of the St. Petersburg, July 11.-The gov-
Srr a i aed. e stff was being retale i citizens to let the Street Railway Com-,ernment will commence proceedings1
d injured. Five freight e nt.. IB b-owl rei m pany build and operate the line, but: for the extradition of the crew of the
-shed into kindling, at ve cents Per bte. ;in case the company does not care to Knlaz Potemkine as ordinary crimil-
'do so. then It will be done anyway, as nals. In diplomatic exchanges on theI
APTHiA LAUCH m ON CHARGES Of FRAUD t", is understood one citizen has ofor- subject the Russian fo-eign office hasi
ed to donate a very handsome u1m.' prvinted out that Roumania's promise
S TUG IN N An ordinance, giving a number of to give the mutineers asylum was'
S W mAGAINSI JUSIlC prominent citizens the right to con- made before Rumania Lad been ap.
LIt 1e Ve s Cut in Two, One Ma struct this roaa has already been in- prised of other crimes committed by
estseH Cut in Two, Onte Man producedd In the council. the Russian sailors. The foreign offl'e
Fatadiy Hurt and SiA Others By A ulTed state. Another matter under consideration also reminded Roumania that accord-
Had Narow alegs Albany N. Y.. July 1on to-a be among these citizens Is asking the ing to Roumania's law deserters were
legislature ain othet estimaon relating rity to lease to them Bay View Park ext-adltionable.
S "By Asociated Pr-ee4 gan h earning the teagainy st grem fbr a perlcd of years in order that they
i 11.-On1e man was --ecr -, may make a beautiful pleasure eor- TEN YARS FOR VIOLnATMS
."" six oth,-, had a nar Court Justice Warr^ B. Hooker, oma pleasu re-r eer- J* wm m mi TmLm
S' "- r.'rn drowning to-day Fredonia. who is accused f miscon-o II runIIlDRIfI,,U
S. ":"'da. ran down the duct in connection with thenoetofce Big Shark Captured. JAPr MIITARY SECRETS
"' : ''la launch Edna. ownel department and having procured the! .. me nm o
.nn ,ow -rI s t A party of yong men..com.posed of
S- h. in he upper bay entry of an improper and fraudulent; A py1 of o
.. x sr Prooklyn. Mr. judgment for the benaft of the post W H. Wagner, S. P. Booth, C. 0.By A iated Pre
rnor (f the launch. was coffee building at Deftirk. owned by Wood, H. M. Fernald and I E.C By Associated Press.
'r o bulte the S H, board t the time himeaeslf and Stathee args Justice shark last night, hooking It ot the en. courts have sentenced Bougoin, a
.in two anped sankju. Hooke r has enteoc ge eral denial. of Baylen street- wharf Te shark French subject to ten years' hard
measured 7 feet and inches and labor for violation o militaryserets.
..weighed about 225 pounds. ;says a Toklo dispatch to the Herald.
ATTORNEY WHO WIU. BEWN EX+1AUSTIVE IN-
Mayes Front Teeth Knocked On
and Revolvers Drawn by
THE POLICE FORCE
y Assoalated Press. ough Inquiry embracing every detail
Washington, July 11.-Acting Attor- connected with the compilation of the Called Into Action to SUep S
ney General Hoyt received from 9ec- statistics involved. Mr. Beach declin-'
retary Wilson to-day papers in the cot- ed to say anything on the subject to-j Rioting in Ci Bastile.
ton report investigation. Subsequent- night, but it is understood that the!
ly the papers were placed in the hands investigation_ which he will conduct
of United States District Attorney I will be begun in earnest to-morrowL
Morgan H. Beach, who will probe into and will cover both the local and ad-!MAYOR, JAILER AND SEVERAL
the whole, subject and make a thor- ministrative features of the incident.: OTHERS ARRESTED AS RESULT
126 LIVES LOST SHOT AND KILLEDi
RY FYPl nIlnM
OF ROW CAUSED BY EFFORTS
OF FRIENDS TO FURNISH CELL
OF POWERS WITH UNUSUAl.
Ul L/I LUUIUI1 IILUIIU I ILIIU y Aociated Press.
Cincinnati, July ll.---aller Ploeger
and three other, men ave out on bal
after arrest by order of Mayor Helm-
; 1[ II bold, of Newport, Ky., Policeman
Flynn and Ratican are out on bond,
having been arrested, charged with
Disasterin Welsh Colliery, Due to Brother-in-Law of Intended Victim resisting United States officers in the
discharge of their duty and a warrant
Filr Damp, the Worst Takes Life of Bute After has been issued against Mayor Helm-
S1ntbold on that charge. And the mayor
SW6e 19 4. Seteiice. himself was to-day bound over to ap-
pear on Thursday to answer a charge
y Associated Pras. By Associated Press. of resisting United States. officers, hav-
1 Jackson. Miss.. July 11.-A special Ing surrenomred himself to-day on
Cardiff Wales, July 11.-An explo- term of the circuit court convened this
slon of fire damp in No. 2 pit of the morning at Hazelhwrst to try Jim learning that a warrant was out for
United National Colliery Company at Collins, a negro, for attempted crimi. his arrest.
Wattstown, Rhondda Valley, the cen- nal assault on a young white woman These were among the results of at-
ter of the great Welsh coal fields, I, several weeks ago. The grand Jury tempt of some of the friends of Caleb
believed to have rsulted in the loss returned an Indictment, the negro Powers, former secretary of state of
of 126 lives to-day. The explosion was pleaded guilty and wat sentenced to Kentucky. tider indictment for com-
olloweft ,immediately by belching of ten years, the limit of the law, an:l plicity in the murder of William Goe-
seoud of smoke and dust from the pit started on his way to prison, all within bel. to f4urnish the cell that the pris-
shaft in h handed and fift ive hours. owner was to occupy with more comforts
tanfwert werctng. Otn the train arriving at - ysuiitg r I i.stno ., -*of th#,-
The force of the explosion wreclie4 gyprlgs-':. "ckey brOther-In-tw e~ Newport j I-: ti ui se $it which
the machinery at the mouth of the pit the intended victim of the negro, en- followed when the Jailer refused to
and all communication with the doom- tered the car and fired three shots into obey the mayor's order to place Pow-
ed men In this direction has been cut Collins, killing him ins4tantly. DickeyI ers In a cell other than that prepared.
off. surrendered, expressing satisfaction at for him, the mayor's front teeth were
Up to midnight to-night 68 bodies his deeLd. knocked o. revolvers were drawn
have been removed #nd it Is n It be- knocked ot,
lived that & single man now In the and almost the entire police force of
shaft will come out alive, although FI F Newport was .called into action.
rescuers are making heroic efforts. $ 9 0 I U The jailer Claims that the order of
rescuers are making heroic efforts. United States Judge Cochran, when
Ths s thewort Welsh mine sas UNTERSVILL ALA thatoffiia assumed jrisdiction ,u
ter since 1894. the Powers case ana' committed Pow-
ers to the Newport jail, gave direct
JAPS CAPTURE By Associated Press. control over the prisoner to the Jailer
Guntersville, Ala., July 11.-A fifty and that the mayor had no right or au-
thousand dollar fire has destroyed the thority in the matter.
CAP NOTOR0 furniture houses of S.C. Whitaker and The charge against the jailer and
M. Gilbreath and the stores of A. E the three men arrested with him is
Hooper & Co. and Sam Henry & Son. assault and battery and resisting an
The insurance covers about one-third officer. The warrants against the
By Associated Press. o. the loss. Rain prevented the whole mayor and the two policemen were is-
Tokio, July 11.-The navy depart- business section from being destroyed. sued by the United States commission-
ment has received the following report er after consultation with the district
.from Admiral Kastoka: attorney who first directed t4e United
"Two cruisers and four torpedo MA Y APPLY FOR States marshal and the jailer to take
boats left Karasakorsk on July 10 with "Powers to the cell and try to leave
soldiers on board for the purpose of f I D I himn there. This was resisted by the
taking and occupying Cape Notoro. PAR I OF JAP LOAN two policemen, acting unaler orders
After some bombardment the place from Mayor Helmbold, and the war-
was taken. The lighthouse and build-1 Irants were then issued by the com-
fings were left under guard. Four. By Associated Preso. I missioner.
prisoners were taken." i Boston, July 11.-Japanese bonds to,
Cape Notore Is the most southerly the amount of $50,O00,O00, one-third of ANOTHER COMPANY
portion of Sakhalln island on LaPe- the entire issue, were opened for sub- ANOTH ER COMPANY
rouz straits, directly facing Cape Soya scription in this city to-say. The
on the Japanese coast- It commands banking houses handling the bond IN RYAN'S GRASP
the. straits. i issue early in the day reported heavy
BASEBALL TRf M KILLED MY^*ul '
T --FF- M D----- ,1- o _The -ve.-..
| Fost to-day says that Thomas F. Ryamn
tl II I BY CAVING ROCK in addition to his purchase of the
Hyde stock- of the Elaqltable Life A-
By Associated Press. surance Society, also controls, with
By Associated Press. his associates, another life insurance
Southern League. Birmingham, Ala., July 11.-Three company. The Post says that since
Shreveport 3, Atlanta 2. men were killed and five -injured by January 1 of the present year affairs
New Orleans 4, Motgomery 3. the caving of rock at the Bayreton of the Washington IAfe Insurance
Memphis 9. Birmin lam 5. mines, north of Birmingham, late this Company have been managed entirely
Little Rock 3. Nashville 2, (irst afternoon. The mines are the prop- in accordance with the desires of Mr.
Game Rock 3 Nashvlle ( erty of the Alabama Consolidated Ooal Ryan- ad others who were assocated
Little Rock 1, Nashville 3, (Second and Iron Company. with him in the Equitable purchase.
South Atlantic League. Prince of Denmark May
Macon 4, Augusta 0.
Columbia 7, Jacksonville 3. oA %f
Savannah-Charleston, rain. Accept Crown ofNorway
St. Louis 2, Washingtn 5. By Associated Press. members of the royal family are mi
Cleveland 7, Philadelphia 0. Copenhagen, July 11.--t is under- favor of his acceptance of the crows,
Detroit 3. New York 1. stood that prince Charlesa, of Denmark, but King Chbristlan Is believed to be
Chicago-Boston, wet grounds. is willing to accept the crown of Nor- opposed to it. No decision will be
way if King Christian and the Danish given out before King Christian's re
National League. government consent. Some of the turn from Austria next week.
New York 6, Chlcsgo 5. -m
Brooklyn 2, Pittsbutg 11.
Boston 1, Cincltt 11. No Further Deaths Result
Philadelphia 10, -L Louis 4.
Former County Officials -
Indicted in Milwaukee WANT ADS. ARE CASH!
__ public is rgstol to note ain that Want Ads, must be paid hor I. eeeh
Sy Associated Press. bills =akes a loit 1 5 ths Mfar. Tkpub ics requested to oe nW atA& imbe s CI*,
J" I ..11 -Sxt .'-f& -. Nearhe...yal fto... Wh di. a"C> t- "e ,-a ta-eth"oe iTw*x TheJoBrft cnnot
I- -five idiSbber in teOMV f .Ma, "l-do atoW6..e...d a clcto.r to taeeweofteWan .AL. wA. "The
*' whom are former comty leged to be 11dma t he
handed d o w n by th av a rdiog f 3. of -j I . -r a fe T h . ... .. . ,, I -
.. ... today. This-batchM.atUveof" -'"'''" '-- .
I *a .~'-~W -, 7
From LonrlCt in Havana
not trated the ballet. Ampo H .
deathW nandes, the policemen wb died Me
s here weomds aifoted by the artMerymn-e
rymen bullets, lies in the polee statlom O
robtnS1 the .cre. of r Mg mP sted Iaj"e ,
UKWN. Mf~tm 4cOd Kr t A ll -W d -o
Od .ImAlvftU/W *- ;A7
..,- .- .- ,.. i
T ,-.T ". . ..i" t . *'.. ,-- 4;
.- g- l - $, /: J .e'.. _,'- %
By Asociated Presm.
Havana, July 11.-No further
have resulteA from l t conflic
last night between C artUe
and citvilMan- Doctr* a* p
for the bollqt in the md of C
ufvbd at the lataM-, :Ui
.dpm 'ON411b momqk d-' doub
PESCLFOIAWDMAMUIG4L 2 95
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V4~ 4S&~~& OU R~ije?*~N~iA b ~flI. ~ ~ -~711,
S IS SELECTED IN BABLL
PRESIDeNT SLEbOCHOSE& CORPS
Of INSTRUCTORS FOR NEW LEICIE
% fPnsaostaUsyi*rftty Of Be-
The Tallnhasea Capital gives the
faculty selected by Pre-ident Sledd UIIHI% 8 Iof Uf t 5 1"
lows: o" ""U e"""'"' m pe
G. N. Anderson, Latin and I F00
Greek........ ...... $1,500.00 Auust r 1 .
SD. Y. Thomas, History, etc.. 1,360.00
S mft iJ Wa s J. M. Farr, English.. .. .... 1,500.000
SJno. C. Calhoun, Modern Lan- The lovers of baseball, and especial-
guages.. .. ...... .......1 00.
aInc oole tyis Chas. M. Connor, Agriculture 1:60:00 ly those who have in the past made
YiumW tonir.E. R. Flint. Chemistry.........1,500.00 kicks about Pensacola not becoming
All druegists and groe. or duet, $1 a Geo. W. Blair, Ass't Chemis- a member of some league: now have
bottle. Medical booklet free. Dufy Malt try............ 1,200.00 an opportunity of showing if they de-
Whiskey Co., ochester.N. Y. B. H. Bridges, 2nd Ass't Chem- sire league ball in Pensacola. If they
EUGENE ARONA, Distributer. tr. .. ........ 480.00 do they can assist the movement, and
J R. Benton, Physics.. .... 1,500.00 If sufficient capital can be raised the
M. T. Hockstrasser, Mecbani- franchise now held by Hattiesburg,
cal Engineering .......... 1.200,00 Miss., in the Cotton States League
C. H. Cox. Civil Engineering.. 1,000.00 will be transferred to this city.
fo Carl Schmidt, Mathematics.. 1,400.00] President Griggs of the Mobile club,'
for E. H. Sallard, Zoology.. .. .. 1,250.00 which has just been admitted to th-
F. M. Rolfs, Botany, etc.. .. 1,400.00 league, was in the city yesterday, com-
C. A. Finley, Librarian and Ing here for the purpose of interest-
IO^ -A' f1 Custodian ........... 750.00 ing the local fans in the movement
Smell thl in A. Robert, Ass't in Agricul- and seeing if Pensacolians would not
vture ....... 600.00 put up enough to warrant taking the
Mrs. S. J. Swanson. Maron.. 300.0 franchise and entire team from Hat-
G ood to Eat H. T. Perkins, Stenographer.. 480.00 tiesburg. He conferred with a num-
V J L[ Prof. Vteri.a; Sbcience (to be 'ber of those who had formerly been
fllIed).... .. .. .. .. .. 1,250.00 prominent in baseball circles, and also
*32 S11R Asst in Botany (to be f.ed). 600-00 with President Northup, but so far no
I inV ..... Physical Director (to be filled) 750.00 definite arrangement has been made.
J. T. Mitchell, Foreman Agri- i The Terminal Company, so it is stated,
cultural Department.... .. 600.00 does not care to again invest in
1. 1tHearnsF Gardner Hortl a I0does not care to again Invest in
SM Hearas. artmrdner Hort... league clubs, and a number of others
S L Uilcultural Department...... 540.00 who subscribed several years ago are
S The Board decided to have a Nor. somewhat cold on the proposition.
t...f *--j ,,-ir_ m ..-A. mal Department of the University of However, others are very enthusi-
DUtce -a Gr in GUeW Florida. Prof. H. ,. Bennett wasl antic and are working hard In an e-f
t elected Dean of this department. fort to get the team and franchise, as
28 East Government President Murphree announced that the Cotton States League is playing
Professor Buchholz has been elected fast ball and drawing big crowds in
professor of Ethics, Physcology, Peda- other cities.
gogy and Dean of the Normal Depart- If the movers in this matter are
meant of the Florida Female College successful the team and franchise will
GIVE YOUR HAULING TO here at a salary of sixteen hundred be transferred here during the latter
($1600) dollars per year. part of this month or first of August
Ic auts Trnsfo Go. SPIDER SILIC ARTIFICIAL FLIES.
See the Lawns on saie.
500 pairs of Sample Shoes, all hand-
made, sizes 6, 6% and 7 only, regular
$3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 Shoes in my
Great Rush Sale, $2.48 pair. Come
early for them. They won't last long.
See the Pillows on sale.
Watch my show window for a Rush
Sale on Hats for Men.
One lot of Ladies' Fine Slippers re-
duced from $1.25 to 89c pair. See
See the Dress Goods on Sale.
Three cases of Misses' Slippers, re-
duced from $1.50 to 98c pair. See
One case of Child's Slippers, 9 to
11, reduced from $1.25 to 89c pair.
One case of Misses' Slippers, 11 to
2, reduced from $1.50 to 98c pair.
8% to 11 Child's. Yine Shoes, re-
duced from $1.25 to 75c pair.
Ladies' Fancy Pateut.Strap Slippers
reduced from $2.50 to.$1.65.
Ladies' Beaded Strap Slippers, fancy
toes, reduced from $2.60 to $1.65.
Beaded Strap Slippers from $2.00 to
Ladies' Kid Strap Slippers from
$1.50 to $1.15.
Odds and Ends in Ladies' Slippers
and Oxfords reduced from $1.50 to 65c,
Brawner's Rush Sale.
1,000 pairs of Men's Pants, bought
at a sacrifice In New Yo.i, worth from
$3.00 to $6.00, sizes 30 to 50, waist
measure, in my Rush Sale, $1.50 to
Choice of all my 60c and 75e Sum-
mer Underwear in my Rush Sale, 3f..
Ladies' Skirts on sale.
Sale 9 a. m. to' DA Y and
6 p. m. day. LKA W N Conductor of Sale.
Thor. B. Thorscn, Prop. the Way the Thresa i Taken Pri
-- theImparImoed Insect.
HAULING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TC
BAGGAGE DAY OR NIMHT.
P. O. COX. F7;.
CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL.
There will be a meeting of thls
body as t*Anrst and third W44meu
days at eac month at 7:30 p. m. All
delegates are requested to be pres-
enL Z. W. ROBERTS,
W. L DELAY, President.
Plnacola tfdge No. 3. o P-
miets every Monday evening at 8:04
*dock at t ir Catle Ball, Blownt
Watson buUdl4g, corner Palafox sad
Geesa streua Visiting brethren or
H. C. VON WRDRQ, 0. 0Q
L HORBSLME. K. ot R. & R.
Rathbone Lodge No.
S20 K. of P. meo every
STrnrsday eveanin at 8:0
^Wjako'olock In thelr OtJle
haa.I, third foot. Blount-
wm0st a bualdin, woatW
we t corner Plafot~ an'
Oarea treetsf Vtluan klghts ar
L CERI7T C. CL
C. LJ. VA. I. of R. & &
Kniglit of Columbus.
s Meetings of the
e Knights of Columbus
are held at their hall,
No. 8 Wet Intenden
eta street, on every
Monday evening at
7:30 o'clock. An in-
t" vltation is extended
to visiting Knights.
JOHN B. JONES.
EDM. FOX. Grand Knight
peeoe ta Lede Me. 4, I. 0. F.
Pensacola Lodge No. 4. L 0. 0. F.
meets every Thurday creating at 7:.'
at the mew hall on West Garie
treet Viitings brethren cordial'
Invited. N. A. NEILSON. N. 0.
L. R. WITKOVSKI. ecretary.
nant Laodge No. 10, Rebealh 31.@
to meets every Monday night at
8 eocWto I0 L 0. 0. Ir. BHL T V
tims tsate cordially Intited to e
__at. MISS NITA M. ELIAOTT.
KMAMI FRWTMAN. Secretary.
iUTv Oak Camp No. 1, W. 0. W.
M* io Pythiaa Hall let sad t
Wednaesdas In each month. Visiting
mregnsi coa-dially invited.
F. A. BOGHTCH, C. C.
u IK E. BROOKa. Clerk.
GI ter Ensampment. L 0. 0. F
si Owr smncampment No. 4 meet
So ag "and fourth ,vednesdays a
L 0O. r. 2i. aso West Oarde.
d.a Visaitn patriarch Invte&.
T. G. STbiONK
Smig WILW0KA ftdiba
Sappa LoedS, Ne,6L O. 0. P.
laa Lid No. 6.LO. 0. F.,
MM er"TuLeasday evening at 7:n
- s at tord .Hall, West ardea
smt Visiting brethre eordtaBy I.
PL H. JWlDEVINEK N. G
C L. SMMITH, LSe.
Sbk Gove, MLode No. 4, Woodnme,
mte, meets every Tharaday at 3 p
SVisiting sovereign cordially anva
SMRS. M. BX OLSEN,.
"iL. a. A. No. 81 meets rt awi
third Wedaesdai evennlag at 7:30 p.
a annI Mn o. Wiest int o
The American consul at Tamatave,
Madagascar, sends an interesting re-
port on the manufacture of silk from
The first difficulty in securing their
thread direct from the Madagascar
spider ("halabe," big spider, the na-
tives call her) was met with in devis-
ing a suitable holder to secure the liv-
ing spider while winding off the web.
This was originally performed by con-
fining the spiders in empty match
boxes with their abdomens protruding,
thus making as many living reels. The '
extraction of the web does not ap-
patently Inconvenlence the insects, al.
tlpaga care has to be taken not to In-
Jun them. From that stage has been
evolved a frame of twenty-four small
guillotines, in each of which a spider
is secured in such a manner that on
one Aide protrudes the abdomen, while
on the other the head, thorax and legs
are free. The precaution of keeping
the legs out of the way is necessary.
because the spiders, when their secre-
tion is spun off In this fashion, are
liable to break off the web with their
The spider submits without resist-
ance to the winding off of Its thread.
After the laying period or formation
CC the web It can be reeled off five or,
six time in the course of a month,
after which the spider dies, having
yielded about 4.000 yards. Native girls
do the work.
Narrew cape .
An Edinburgh minister rolled a thou-
sand feet down the steeps of Ben
Nevis and lived to tell the tale. Ad-
tiral Sir Novell Salmon was clean
shot through at Locknow and returned
as dead, but came up smiling soon
afterward. Similar was Lord Wolse-
ley's experience In the Crimea; but,
though pretty well riddled with shot
and shell and deprived of the sight of
an eye, he was able soon after to en-
joy' a laugh over his own obituary.
Not long ago there was a girl up on
trial In a London police court who had
twice attempted to commit suicide,
bIut two trains had passed over her
and left her unscathed.
A DesedaI SpUev.
Papua is the home of a small spkler
the body of which is about the size of
a pea. It is black in color, with a
brilliant red spot in the center of the
bick. It is frequently to be found
making Its nest In old packing cases
which have lain neglected for some
time. UlMies molested it will not at-
tack. The bite is very small, al-
though fatal in inverse proportion.
The chief effect of the virus is that it
paralyzes the intestines of the patient
and contracts them into knots.
To 3gkh Pep Re. Memory.
Yoga bed man,* exclaimed the flut.
teing hoteMs, "you've kept everybody
"*Pardon me," replied the young poet,
1 have been loitering on the slopes of
"Helieam? Where' that? Another of
thoe new north shore places? I never
ean remember the funny names they
gve them tows up that way."'-Chi-
Coleetto-- Im sorry. Mr. Sewpay.
but your talor hs been obliid to
put his seepant a ust you into lw
bds for conectlot Mr. Slwpay-,W
bas. h? Do you wenk m a eamma
"ey. f 4g.'
IWho Rai set. t hei. .i i RElTURNED FROM P bst and bridges; to buy, ow.sen. r
S U 1 I l and maintain boats, v.-veis and t.
"I raise flies an my farm-artificial III TATE SPRINGS B lue Rories; to loan money, tar.t
flies," be said, smiling. "I am, in fact, IIILL I I rAI eI;UB u e U W UWbo tc construct, erect and] rrainan i
an artificial fly former. tories of all kinds, baul I ant contra..
"*hat confuses you, doesn't it? Yet to build houses and builhir-s and t,,aer
it Is simple enob. I rape bird thatI SENATOR MALLORY, WHO HAS D utilities and improvements. andl m .n-
give those little delicate brifght feath- tain and conduct hotel-, reaurvs.
en that compose Ishermea' M.l es. BEEN THERE FOR SOME a, and lawful places of amnuw1w.!. an:
ere that compose TIeI ,EACH EO Cto do and perform all other ac,., ta.I.
"Th t i s all. I d ITYA TIME, REACHES HE ND Sold vc ywhcc.dent or convenient to, or us" :i .)r
pheasants. You havei seen m ia Y CITY. necessary In., the carrying on () tn-.
pfles? Y. Youw have beautiful OUGH0AI*E IN BADLY NEGLECT. business herein specifcally men 'oe:
.s? yent ow their beautial top . or enumerated.
pings? Well, those topp s can nl ED CONDITION AND MUCH IN United States Senator S. R. Mallory, A F riedm an o .
be got fro:t the goldMen pbesasi .s..-f ^t,. -h, has been spending several wceePS 1[ial. l' .u..hte.. The amount of capital stoek au.i.,r-
NEED at Tate Springs, Tenn., for the benefit ea01 amount y-capita stok .a
"At a certain time of the year I of his t health, reached the city yester- r -- kn WinCS Hundred Dollars ($22,500.00). *tivh1
gather my golden pheaants -around The Brent road, which for years day afi.enoon, the trip ro the springs .Lader in nnpotc' winS Into shares of the Oar value of .
me. I take one between my knees. I was the best and in t, the having been v s-v bcr :ictal to him. Dollars ($10.00) each, payable in '-
pluck out his crest How mad he thoroughfare leading out of the city, B has teenthe custom of the senator hu1 UVOt5 ful money of the United States. r,7
gets! I wrap the eret wn ver paper. s to berepaire ath ce b the Boar -f.r a number of years to spend a par. PHONE 17L (10) per cent. of 'which l to a.
And so I go on every bird of Public brk This has been tionof vacation at this fainc.us I n cash upon receipt of etter ,
And so I go on till every bi hsbeen cided upon by the board after hearing c.l| .ni t.: an thi er as n N 961 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. and the balance to be paid wl:;n
plucked. Do you know what I get for the report of the committee recently ea.;,noa 8. (30) days thereafter.
these crests? I get $2.0 apiece for appointed, to look into the condition Senator Mallory will r.o: leave Flor- PNACOLA FLA. 4.
them. of ,he road. These repairs, however ida again during the summer, and it The corporation shall exist f. r "
"I raise mynah., ees, mallards, will extend only to the city limits an is probable that he will spend most of a term of ninety-nine (99) year
jays and green parrots. I supply ten it will be up to the county to do he this time at his home In Pensacola. W I rP S HflntTn i
fly makers with all the feathers they remainder of the work. UV 1 IVIV The business or businesses .
can use."-Philadelphia leti -Recently numerous parties who
have occasion to pass over the road A WedorvfuIV.lI "- "General Dealer In corporation in to be eoudtieP -,
sattod that it was in a very bad con Lablache bad the most ma ificent res a e re and aB '
Sit ion and unless some work was done bass voice ever known to the lyric rn rlC In _re, retary and Treasurer, and asi trl
I.mmerliateFy to stop the washing the stage. It had a compass of two oc.n- DI vC D &[en six (6) DiDtrectors, who iailf :th,, .'
road would shortly become impassable. taves, from E flat below to E flat to be held at Peneola on -
This was brought to the attention at above the bass staff. He was a man Monday in September cf 'n
the B-ard of Works, with the result of prodigious size and strength, and a Mond, until thember of '
that Li .irman Turner and Mayo, his voice was proportioned to his phys- CYCLES REPAIRED. the names of oers who rip
I.llsa were appointed as a c-mnittee lcal dimensions. Nothing was able to duct the business or business' *, A '
to make an inspection and ascertain overcome or drown it and through the CYCLES FOR RENT. corporation are A. A rinc,>n .-
LThe committee reported at the lastloe IronSafes, Cash Registers, Type A. Frank, Secretary and
Swas a bad condition tan oce e roke a winow pane r brellas repaired.
ImhO aving evidently e tel by his Monstrous vo e. LAwU Mowers, Scissors. Knives, Richards, shall constitute the Boar Of
i I n U e months, and recommended tht the by his monstrous voice ets., sharpened. Directors.
worK of making the repairs commence. i e
at once, r.s the thoroughfare was be- mnakis matter worse. Most Toleete ne f keys in the; ,nebt
THE WORLDS coming worse each 6ay. The English papers tell a quaint st> or liability to woh the corpor *
GRCATEST LAXATIVE. Tho cconmmendation of :h.> commit- ry of Loyi Leighton, the painter. Two 12 EAST .NTENDENCIA T can at any time subject itself
c was naloptcd and the Street super- women were looking at his picture of Hundred Thousand Dollars '
A dose half an hour before breakfast intrntent instructed to cnmmeicf th "Helen of Troy." It is a horrid plc- PHONE 1133. 000H00)
each morning win Insura youth perfect repa.;rs as soon as possible. Hl ,,e Ty I I h id 000.00.)
health. It acts as's tonic on the liver-in-
improves the appetitemakes digestionF FOOD PRESERVATIVES. rederick, as he then was. "Oh," said CAr Xj`[ follows:
areal r ues Junde and alli Compartmnt Between sSalieyll e ou d m n GRIST AND C4RN MBAL MILL, subscribes for 224 share; J. E
The formula for an actve ver and s r r Salt. wa the reply. "Oh" declared the w . F ON3AL= & CO., Prp Kinley, Selma, Alabama, who -
All of the most common food pro- men, "you must not mind what we say Ms scribes for one share; A. A. W .
servatives are constituents of the foo We are only saying what everybody CHOICE MAL ANDPUR ..ROUN share: D. A. Frank, Sel, A
weoat. Natur e herself has put then else says." T OCK PS who subscribes for owe share; W
nInto our foo. We have been consume Tharp, Selma, .Alabaa. who
L i ung t them since time began. Our sav. Glamwr of the Footlights. By year ml ad slok ftre a om, Belo har-seaf& who
age ancestors consumed them for mll Mary Anderson Navarro talked also home UISt o en Selmaf Arlashamare; b a" -
siver en a home .Adn. Imrnulao 10Selma, Alabama, *he 5ubscribe,'Ut
lenniums b-fore us. I a good daml about the stage and told labor, and -s yir moru ._ 12 shares.
STwo grnins of sallcyllc acid will pre- me that no one who had not lived be-l city. A. A. ERCSON.
K idney C ure serve a pound of food for a reasonable hind the scenes could have any Idea 1 W. B. TAItPL
length of time. A grain is the amount I how utterly, hopelessly wearisome It LEO. 9.-iMAAS.
was discovered and furnished to the most commonly used. In order to was to live in a world where all things J AflRTISEEUT A lcUN T,
Long Life Remedy Company by Father, preserve the same amount of food with from the sun and the moon downward I* D. A. PRAK,
H. E. O'Grady. equal safety one pound of sugar would 1 were shams.-Grant Duff's "Notes RUDOU' RIOHAR"
be required. In fifteen pounds of well From a Diary." NOTICE OP FNCORPORATION. a -- o
Office of Judge J. W. Owen, preserved food there would be thirty i Notice is hereby given, that on the State of l orid a, tCo ty of e
'Edwrdsville, Ala. grains of salicylic acid. It is a very Arweat Lover. 3d day of Aungst .. D 5.05applc- Prn A. A. before t he un
Long Life Remedy Co., Aaniston, Ala. common thing for physicians to admin- Kloseman-I'm looking for another tion will be aads by A. A. Erieson, aptor ... .. me-eo wn- t
Gentlemen-I itave been a .suffererh.W tw. H. TharpLs, LW.S.M.as, J. K. Me- Tarj,, to me wel known to ,
of chronic constipation a.d Indigestion 'iter to their patients thirty grams at 10)l. Object, matrtmony. Ascum- KInley, D. A. Frank, and RudolphIn dividuals- ,d-
foG the past fourteen months, have a dose and keep up the admlnist.ation IWhy, I thought MIss Pechis bad accept- Richar. t the overinorof te Se tbet d acknowledged -
been unable to sleep after 2 o'clock for many days with benefit to the pa- ed you. KRoseman-So she.dld, but the of Florida,, for teS patent in. natures to the foregoing ir .
a m., and have had a feeling of tient. Fifteen pounds of food preserv- ring I had didn't fit her, so I've got to porating thec Developmente IN WITM y hndO and ,;
smothering: have tried two or three ed to an equal extent by sugar would find somebody else.-Catholle Standard & Constructio o any, under a nereonto set my hand and "
doctors and got no roelef, Last Thurn- require fiteen pounds of sugar. How and Times. charter Ia Wordl ,nd ftures follow- oftial seal, thi 1st day of J, "
day I began u*p yoor .. long doesthe reader suppose that any ing: 1[56.
person could retain good health if they 1. 1 O beet 1 I[Seal] E. BURG OV
g L undertook to eat fifteen pounds of "It i too bad that BIggIas wastes The -S of. th eeaporation shall Notary
cu m sugar at a single sitting and keep tak- his time writing poetry." be PENX OLA DOVSLOPMUNT a Stte of Alabama County i
lur MOM Ing such doses for Ireeks at a time? "I don't mind his wasting his owv CONSTROCTIFI COMPANT, aad Its taSAly b ore unrt *
-"a lilve slept As a grain of salicylc acid will pre- time," answered the severe man, "b-t principal plat of taI" Pesaeola. appearedLeo. Mas J c .
better and felt better has avep nerve more food with equal certainty e has no ht to waste my time read ambl Co y t lorida. D. A. Frank and adolph
a year. I have told may iead abotIn than an ounee of salt and as fifteen Ing it ta0rW to me."-Washlngton Sta to me knows to be the icdivi
it and will always ave ,A ooword grains of salicylic acid would equal fr The. Brture t (Me business serlbed abote as abserters.
for Lo- Life I *d.j Cure. peservia power over a pound of sa, A aeMe AL. o 't.- ois ". i to owle their senate
S-. who would hesitate in choosing. te OW Fknaneer-Young a yebt u Bha bret estate fogoin linstruma t.
alternative doses of thirty rains oC HmIu bel thereas always romat-* th e'osle, to DI T TIMONY WHEREOF'
Salicy.lle ard or of two pouads fl tt p u ~ adag 4 Ail" Na stoa set my bea ond J. A Di
table salt? Od pouad f salt to a b. J o-sa te Wold yv a d 1ve 1S5Maf .t f July. A
N J dm- 3. .Q :i aAbee4 10 ,a.. . 'lalJ" F. R .
118"06, *ary PuNola"
-.~ ~d* =
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"BRING OUT YO DEAD
But this is not all fre the wh ,ulin up my
Great Mid-Summer Rusih Sale on July 20th
I will place such bagin wmy moiters which wl aonish thepeo
of Penvacolo and s ru ad wis r. The of you who are heirdlg
(or the future, bring 0M t your W m and come with
Brawner's Largest and Grandest Rush Sale
You will never have a better chance of inveing your monethn thi
All my Clothing, a, amy Shoes, all my Notion all y Dry Good and
R. M. Goods will be slaughtered regardless oft cost up to July 20. As I
said before, this will be the greatest shons event in Pensacola.
Come to the sale. I will only quote a few prices in my shoe &partnt
etc., as space is scarce in these columns this week. Her they areas
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THU cotA wU5Ut*AYU
wi c '-I -, .% I------
THE1 1 N IW PPl. CB aT
IHONESTSY | fAND DOUGHNUTS -1 a
IlU P-u l A"n nneJlly 4. S -,:
5 nnVJAL^ "* mWe always Ai to the old
R O IA D reliable Journal at our p ever
5 ide steps. ad oc t other day and nothing peaess au more
Sa man's got to ke J than to hear from borne
Sa ight ahead for his own There are nine in our camp, vi:
aighhe tailors who make Mr. Wad Mrs. Wm. L. Johnson, Misses
S. tai whoat o Clo K Allie McGuire, Claudle Pereira, Bella
S. S / a Duncan, Messrs. Dalla Duncan, Jax.
5So W U el i a of Dunc"n. Thomas Duncan and Jas. Dun .
S teLen D Bloch ham.. We et lots of fine fruit frOiC
off lthIalU"aid Nol --11 L... the Duncaisa orchards, good Vshtnp
art Clthe and boating. ,
m rt fif t h ears a g Stopping at the id i ud place a
Srail fty years ago and Allie Riera and father and sever
S ,n one way if you ook Mrs. Johnson has caught the moIV
_oie a ii f y l fish of any one in camp; Mr. Dalla
.ovilens are going up. There's COouty Sollcit9r W. J. Beyan. of I Duncan the largest trout; Mr. Johnson
of flimsy stuff being heap- Duav county, anuounes Ot~, tIn his the largest bunch of fresh water flsh.I
S counters every day, but opinion. the street car C any / Uncle Tom and Jim Duncan send
Jacksonville is not complying with the ['O'mIOn S OMN M j their regards to Editor Frank Mayes.
"Jim Crow" law and he intends to ONE WHO IS STJNBURNT.
*Stein-Bloch proctItheLLI"*e Jackson-t bwat
Stel -l ochvlle eoipany ba. adopted the same Meale l
Clothes in the cars as those adopted by the HOMEOPATHIST. the manner In which a meal wasserved
SPe scola company, and the matter OCis at No 7. 8. PalaftS Bioma and eaten during the dark ages. As
will therefore be watched with inter- B.uid .I near as we can learn, the soup was. put
Stto f t ty. 8peak t,-te o Hoar-8:3 to 11 a. in a big bowl with ears, called a "por-
M. Jacksonville Metroo is says: 2 to .a r-tger." There was seldom a spoon.
The reasons given by the solicitor 6-two rings. Oee Phone SLr pped them rson Those porringer, and the
for this action were that the street car nay-Subect toca l dippequid them into the porrietlyr, to each
companies were not complying with liquid was charred directly to each
the law. He said that the law requires ** mouth. Those who were without
I the street car companies to furnishh Uan Cl spoons drank their soup fr0m the por.
Separate accow-odatJ0oi for white THE ELECTION ringer, holding it by one of the ears.
and colored passeager" that they are or else borrowed a spoon of their neigh-
0.C0. a meno. ma.m Ain p*W required to separate them "by sepa- AT e UNIAK bo. Themeatsere placed In a large
rate cars Or fixed divisions, or mo-u v, v- ,,h
ib i lflilte cars or lxed divisions, orr mov- Ai. vessel in the center of the table. Each
able screens or other method of ri present at the meal picked ouat
sion in the cars of such lives." special to The Journal. i with his fingers such bits an be desired.
When asked what he proposedto do Deunak Sprngs, July 1.-The or two knives answered for half a
.rsamand. *mlinmug d g the solicitor replied: election for mayor, clerk, marshal and doeen guests. Those who were with
Sa Ope *'I propose to le Informations four aldermen took place to-day. It out k es borrowed from those who
o 8. PalaVm ti against all comlpaneOs personas, as- was a hotly contested election and ot talhe s borrowed from those who
ciatilons of perMmas, rms or corpora- cluef interest was in the vote for may- had them. As a role, the guests at
tions which have operated their cars or. ,Dr. Henry, who has been continu- table used their own knives. There is
TERShout hY T aviLng Proided i rte cusly ,mayor since the organization o o ence that napkis were supplied
L.YTOLD. or cars within which no fixed divi. the town, was opposed by W. W. rlour- to guests at this period. At any rate.
Al irman Jas. McRugh and Jmo. G. sions, movable screens or other simi- noy. and the result was as follows: ao mention Is made of them.
w'i left yesterday for French IA el lar methods of divislor for ea and PFor mayor. G. P. Henry, 80; W. W. i
tp*.-ne fior an outing of several weeks. every day any such perasos ha so Flournoy, 55. Loweies Ce me.
a:" T E. Welles left yesterday o operated such ears lkce the let day The following gentlemen were elect- MTe London Globe doubts whether.
feo A*! us. Ala. where he will spend July, 190 5. The commales were ed to succeed themselves: For Alder- theshereIn the world la
n mainder f the eek look g given by the legislature aUtil Jly at men, A. L Beach. M. Kaplan, W. T. ere i ywere in the world plae
hs interests t tha t place. to fix their cars, and n awmig done May, B. JP. Morris. more added to co.ee than th. ittle
S- so. and apparently t iateb to do For Clerk, D. S. Gillih, 41; John F. Island of Groix, about ne miles dis.
:i. rernlar monthly session of the so, it has now become m duty to en- Watson, 35. taut from Lorlent. The customs' ree-
Si,,i of Public 4Sfety will be held force the law and eoMpekthbM to do For Marshal, N. C. Morrison, 40; ords show that the annual consumption
t at 8 o'loek when the routine go. entertain a doubt as o ite con- jAp W. Douglass, 20; H. H. Stewart, of coffee in the island is awuat 90,000
. n..s will be ti aaMted. stitutiotnlity .of _. t1. 1 pounds. Now, the popui a 5,300
Sstieamer Vivina, which entered The penalty for tbe vkmt ean of the and, as the men pass praetleally their
-,' from Liverpool via Cuban law is a fine not egcedg 1.0 for For Forty years Dr. Fowler's Ex- whole lives afloat as seamen, this large
* .- broughtt in a oargo of 300 tons each car for every dr tit tmM law tract of Wild Strawberry has been uantity mst be consumed by about
inaeanese ore, 34 cases wine and has been violated. curing summer complaint, dysentery, 30 women childrenand.old a n.
S rrels of wine. diarrhoea, bloody flux, pain in the ,0 wono chirt ynd- a d me
herm Hotel Arrivals: Mr. and APPEAL IN THE CO0V stomach, and It has never yet failed It works out at thirty a head
v- ohnson, Newport R. I.; D. E. D*IlOl M SED. to do everything claimed for it. per annum.
-.*. New Orleans; J. McL. Gillis. .
M. K Savae and boy, Crest- *y Ae Pru go"t the at eM e om, e_ A t me ltOr P&Ai4.
W. R. Taylor, City. Chicago, July 11.-A dispItch to the A n h anskeeer~s y there's only onV. jo Od g about
vr A. Max Wilson, of the record Herald ft, i, Ne., ndcted a weekly rae. I thi rae that young puppy.tlit ca see you
semocrat. wa I t.e says: Dr. D. Freak Powell bas receia- t .e last nWt" ld the Irscible rather
',town Democrat. was in the city ed a cablegram f Colonel lW. F s wre tur e, ydug last night," said the Irascible father
-tay en route to Hartford Ala., COdy, drecting him to disamis the a&p p, baskets of eggs and sk lA 'nd that is he's healthy."
heo goes as a delegate to the peal In the COdy divorce suit. rural commodities. A quanf ty of Im suripr-ed to hear ou admit
-. conference of the Metbodist "Colonel Cody dismissed the appe," I teel disks, numbered from 1 to M that much," replied the dqtW l daugh-
| said Mr. bowel. -"at lte ear t.e- i ww put Into a black bag. and the lit- ter.
.-n W B. Wrh- will leave to-day quest of his only living child, Irma, tie daughter of the innkeeper put her wouldn't efeept for the~ tet that
SNew York, where he will remain the wife of Lieut. Clarence Armstrong hand In the bag and drew a disk for when you met him in the. hall last
About two wePek Mr. Wright will Stott, of Fort Thomas, Oa." each speculator in turn. The person night I heard you say, 'Oh, George,
ti c. nmlianty his fami'. To the metropo- whose number was the highest got the i ow old your nose Is!'"
1.-. wl;er :hbey spend several TROU4ERf MAKERS WANT prIe
months AN ADVANCE IN WAGES. Well, It had been noticed that the |The Wall t et Way.
l.out. Wim n.Milr. formerly of -- nnkeeper's wife got the prie pretty Jobon-You bought the stock oo
Florida. and a brother to A. S. Miller, y Ao Ju d e Pre t; rtquetly, but nothing was thought your broker's advice, didn't-you" Dob-
'he lowal naviv yard. is at that place. N York, July he Trousers! this by the simple, honest rural tLs son-Yes; he gave me four excellent
Sa v t fhis hrohm Wr. Leut. Millerakne of wagehas, a tenour wfor an a One evening, though, the little rl reasons *y it should go up. Jobson-
.Ip iu from West point. I of wages, a ten-hour work day 5 h t
wl sail shorr for serve n the d recognitionof th union There with her hand tIn the bag- paused. It What has he to say now? Dobson-He
inio osr eare 8.000 trousers makers out in 259 was her mother's turn, and ,e did not has given me four equally good reasons
N Jamoson le-ft r s:terdar tor shops. The Childrens' Jacket Makers draw forth her mother's disks In her hy t ent down.
xvil me Kv whref he tild spndo a ulon, which has a membership of usual quick and careless way. She | n
vilK.%. where he Rrill spmdaq a 5 000, hs ordered a general strike to rummaged about. Te other racers on xmw K
S.- visiting fried nds after which he into eet or for hered en wages looked one ather oddly. The other Mrs. Nayberleigh-Judge, I want you
"t.'-ee. to New York and take s and into effetotof o ihher. wae looked at one another oddly. The 13- to"try some of my angel cake. Judge
on on the dr~ge caucus as first and recognize o t union, keeper sai Sokem (absently)-What is it charged
I It is x iPc'ed that the dredge R O X PE A ,I,"Come, coer- =child, hurry up."I i l de
", for Pen ola within OT EXPECT ATT A "But, father," said the nttwe girl, "I w lth Ceveland leader.
S- aOF TOLLETTS A.8A8N. can't find the hot one." .
.. o --- T believe Is to be strong. Doubt
,w dars a0o S. R Grepnblatt By AsuOeiated Pqese. i n... mDwiM.e ei- cramps energy. Belief Is power.-Rob-
small want ad in The Journal. NasvlH, TeInAn Julv 11 -A PieOke ofth e- -' arls -erte,-n.
S-*-.ng for sale a half interest in a, v le Tenn. dispatch to the Banner One of the very earlier human set- o Cb.o
n --. ilness in Perscola withi ssthat Charles Sworord. nephew ol! tlements Europe IS Roche Corbon, CITY DOG CATCHER
that a purchase. r was found W. L. Tollett, who was assassinated | on the banks of the Loire, seven miles C A EXONERATED
ad had been in fo- a few and last Saturday. has been arrested above Tours. Here limestone ell. WA E ATED.
T:. Journal ad. '
pected at the trial to-morrow. els and open on to terraces. Wben the streets of the city when the dog law
wnsend. well known to naval W. L. Tollett was a brother of State rest of the country was nothing but went into effect, and who was arrested
S .- ;. throughout this section. Senator Tollett of this state, forest land Roche Corbon was a thriv- during the latter portion of last week
a hims connection withe nhCg settlement Ianhabited by witd skin on a charge of having caught a dog in
'a eparmen of te 'ta. CHICAAGO W T NED TCOPHY. Wlad c p of the pr-set aea yard anmd then hvltn accented 50
co n -nected with the new Aw. eller. Thse terrace ad vs ni cents from the owner to turn the ani-
Sinected with the ne -- n omal loose, was given a hearing before
'.,s Export Co. His head- By As-uciated Pres. '"were orm y e aon ,Ju .'.e Landrum yesterday afternoon
.. now in New Orleans. Chicago. July 11.--(acago has re- rivers, and during the glacial period. and exonerated.
S -nd was in Pensacola on turned the silver troly recently pre when the climate of that portion of
i was erroneously stated sentean by the Brooi.rn Whist club. France was very severe, man drove --- -- -
S. n.nctedl with the Stand- plav for which was the openlag fea- out the bears and hyenas and took ref- WANTED TO SLEEP.
formerly, ture of the congress of the American uge in these natural shelters, which --
SWhist Isgue. now Ia session her. faced south, and so became human set- : Curious That a Tired Preacher Should
'as-t The famous "Blue Three 12-men teams gppresenting thb tiements of a primitive sort. Near at Have Such a Desire.
here's nothing just cago Northte a eworband were the rivers and great forests A minister speaks of the curious ef-
.grocerfr Blue Rib-,whist associations .Prtii hand wee t r a et t ti A minister speaks of the curious ef-
rVanilla Extracts. Chica goans winning by balf a match. full of ash i ame. feet of Grape Nuts food on him and
ors perfectly. how it has relieved him.
.VENEZUE.LA TO UR .I.. e ly -r.ma n.- t I "You will doubtless understand how
.oN.g.To.ETTL.E C-LAIMS If you arr ly '4a good man." It the suffering with indigestion wit',
really do good work in saw which I used to be troubled made m;.-
I -lI ... ".. '.. ," wyou can wor a work an almost unendurable burden
|I By Aeaectated Pre% -. Une, you do not need capital. In everyand why it was that after my Sabbath
Caracas July 1.erThe Vene uel trade newspaper you will find adver-. duties had been performed, sleep was
T he C ar Icongress has acceptdthe contract..
on- - -ress haJ Let the contr--t i semets of this character: "The serv- a stranger to my pillow till nearly day-
s i ned June 7 inemd o.byf the .repre- s of a good man more important light.
Sat on ess oe essbaft a p en ti Ge r- than capital." A cry goes up from ev- "I had to be very careful as to what,
Index System maen bodholdms ani te council ofery quarter for really good men. m I ate, and even with all my care I ex.-
foreign bon olde represent tinglthe, who can accomplish results, men who perienced poignant physical distress
SBritish bondholders, for te settlement 1 will not cause mre trouble around a aftermeals, and my fo )d never satis-
Se most convenient iof theoutstandiltg abligaMt ofVene- opthantheir sercesaWre th. Of edx monthshave elapsedsine.ce I be
r. a curate system for zuela. course you say you are "a good m "Six months Grape-Nuts food, and the
rn aNCounts which The contract provMesfor the issue utif you can prove it you are 11 benefits I have derived from it are
h.. y been devised. of 2 pr cent bons to e aamntright. There is meno end to the posilll- very definite. I no longer suffer from
ocae buy complete o tiea of a young man who has good bab- indigestion, and I began to improve
Sbu complete within forty-seven s.s, I od health d is able to 4o nome- from the time Grape-Nuts appeared ofL
"I owe my wh Mle to Burdock thing well.-Atcheon 'Globe. our table. I find that by eating a dish
Card Ind*x BloI owe my d rs.M t r oeCover-- of It after my Sabbath work Is done,
ar Index Blood Bitter. Ibeyn cre.- -s-u- t a .o (and I always do so now) my nerves
Outfit s B. asad ".R.....d p 'w An a i U are quieted and rest and refreshing
wo. man." B-. .a.es a.... r e is s ehng-of- aep nov 10 % for sleep are ensured me. I feel that I
e womian.i cMM. Cadmt ataaiL ver-i mething of a P -5Doe A. could not possibly do without Grape-
eee. -i c.. Po.," says Pcovered e witra Nuts stood. now that I know its value.
hau + ._ ,l :" eeoot y i akIt Is Invariably on our table-we feel
-.-- Dmar f 'Mla fr Barr iBsM aW Aao as r an h m a e that b we need it to complete the meal
*dy for D is, antMd e sl el.pal e d s0e0 ht la te trap. M 1gese --and our children will ot Grape-Nuts
orar n, nd A. I 1 a w-t o- eeda tnat M 1_oheWa MWwhen they cannot be persuaded to
BLMn% X rs oK hDod sed Io we.Some the amepot ait touch anything else." Name given by
IGeI BookUUR StoreIU s *I a ma t ar t .* trap Pota Co., Bettle Creek, Mich
_o___ h ook. he,
C.L hy e ..... ip.._.M.Mso or_- e' a reo
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MAY KNOCK OUT
ASPHALT CLAIM STANDARD OIL CO.
By Associated Press.
"Chicago. July 11.-William J. Cal-
houn, of Chicago, has been selected by
President Roosevelt to act as a special
commissioner to visit Venezuela and
determine the equity of the asphalt
company's claims anol other vexed
questions. Mr. Calhoun went to Cuba
for President McKinley on a mission
of somewhat similar import before the
Spanish-American war. When the re-
port of the appointment was brought
to Mr. Calhoun he sefi ed to discuss
the matter but did not deny it.
Mr. Calhoun was a member of the
4Interstate Commerce Commission
from 1898 to 1900.
A household necessity. Dr. Thomas'
Electric Oil. Heals Burns, Cuts,
wounds of any sort; cures sore throat,
croup, catarrh, asthma; i-ever fails.
The Chiftes, 1TM.
I had my beddus roll on. Aunt Storei
said it ought to be made less. AuatDen-
lng said It ought not to be made at all.
It makes my bead itch and ache and
burn like anything, mamma. This fa
mous roll ia not made wholly of a red
cow tall, but is a mixture of that and
horsehair (very coarse) and a little hu-
man hair of yellow hue, that. I sup-
pose, was taken out of the back part
of an old wig. Nothing renders a young
person more amiable than virtue and
modesty without One help of false hair,
red cow tall and D-- (the barber).-
"Diary of Anna Green Winslow," Alice
Mono Earle, 1771.
Weep Ty*r 3 avIsy..
Dr. Duke, the leading English brain
specialist, .ays the trouble with most
brains is that they are pot kept busy'
enough. The brain ought never rest
except during sleep, and most persons
take too much of that. A good. healthy,
circulation of blood would be main-
tained la the brain I professional men
would relax theelves from their in-
tellectual pusuits, not in golf, but in
chess problems and scientific Investiga-
Nell-It's an opal ring Mr. Cbeapside
gave me. Bell examintang lt)--Er--do
you Ilke It? 9-Yeq, but there's that
old superstition, you Mkw. I'm afraid
it will bring me a&d hlack. Belle-Don't
worry. The w ut this could bring you
we ba t oM of bad luck.-
aawft O Q=Waaleral Tribune.
estates dt Seo*
asmm-3p t I emt play gPtf well
eough to g at e~lipMent out of It
mat t--Tetat t t O- Is whae the
w ,1 s.S e bep. o s oery
b K4" -- ". 4 O O
By Associated Press.
Kansas City, July 11.-The taking
of testimony in the suit of the attorney
general of the state to oust the Stand-
ard Oil Company from Missouri, was
resumed here to-day before Judge Rob-
ert A. Anthony, the case having been
transferred from St. Louis. Herbert
B. Hadley, the attorney general and
two assistants, represented the state.
The state charges that the defend-
ants have entered into a combination
to control the prices of oil, destroying
competition. Juoge Anthony was nam-
ed special commissioner by the su-
preme Court to hear the testimony and
report the findings in the case. After
examining several witnesses here, he
will likely go to other parts of the
state for the same purpose.
Years of suffering relieved in a
night. Itching piles yield at once to
the curative properties cf Doan's Oint-
ment. Never fails. At any drug store,
If you want a cat to stay at your
home, rub Its paw on the stove.
To keep a new dog, measure his tall
with a cornstalk and bury the latter
under the front step.
If you sing in bed you will cry next
day. If you sing before breakfdt you
wll cry before night.
A family must never move except In
the light or increase of the moon. This
wil secure prosperity and increase of
If a woman Is making soap and a
man stirs it, all will be well and the
soap will be fine, but if a woman cemes
the soap will spell It the making.
Looking at a new moon for the first
time through obstructions, as through
a treetop, foretells misfortune during
that moon. To see It over the right
shoulder and in a clear space brings
Wkhe Lilteaftg Kmilt.
"As a rule," says a meteorologeial
expert, "those killed by Ighbtalg main
tain an appearance t life, staying nla
the attitude which they had when
struck. An English minister named
Butler witnessed th following: In the
town of Berdn tean harvestr had
sought efuge under a hedge during a
storm. AUgtatag s*nak and killed
four, who were left as itf petriled. c03
was fownd olditg tin his f lfs the
snuf wbbc be was abet te o* ALA-
odter had a Utte dead dog ea mtmI
and had be bad on aema Phee-a,
while hoping O the other bed Soe
brees wtm wsw he s- boes a e g '
It. A OMS as i whMs
q A new broom sweeps dea
any you cant sweep carpds Uds
actorily with an one-nor cam
you dust thoroughly with a worn.
out feather duster. ,,
q Now, the's a big Mllerein
ste-eve those hat se fo
tde pce But the dealer mu
know whee grow. We
and attn beigabl
to provide our pubic w da -be et n
hue money to be had i America.
q Gog to oequg d M
-get our prices o an '
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REGARWING PANAMA. thousand dollars salary merely for ad- ber. Then be went on to tell me that finish. He undetatood. Bob always "Tom Ut5t" were
A great deal of the misapprehension 99 vertising purposes.- Tampa Times. It war before the war he had known Understood. Eglead by effic
that exists concerning work upon the I g nouh toKill* ' me. He just graduated two years a#o. "ChlMd," he whispered, with eyes I licein private dot
amus... of p...., anama Enough to Kill I am afraid I rather encouraged him which youth bad come home to live,. sthority. TheyM r
there o will be correct by a recent ASecretary Hay's physicians say "the in the nonsense. It was such a relief "you must be the oldest person on tried up the 1
thereon will be corrected by a recent signs immediately preceding his death from talking to the women, and I can't I earth. You are straight from the gar. venlently at bnd, a
statement of Presideat ShontS, of the were those of pplmonary embolism."' help being silly, you know, Bob." His des of Eden, with youth that is frh ; draw bb tipseti
Canal Commission, the principal AILY Embolism-the c.ulstlon of a blood heart felt old and musty and failed, and genuine and eternal. Yes, you are,' to be areptd tei
points of which are relative to health The follong fires show The vP yessel b a em month and her every word was giving It a child!" "I arrest you the
codtinh........bigpen- transient. approximqitla of the edges fresh blow. She had made a little pyr.
conditions, the amount of work be sacola Journal's circulation for each e a material open mpeoration Justash blow. he had mde a little .
dose and the condition uundW which day durIg the month of June, 1905, mbolus--a plugfit so ne a bstancc amid of ti rose petals and as nerv- The co^ l lar
labor Is employed. The Mobile Regis. with the average number of copies lodged in a blood vessel being brought ously tearing It to pieces to reconstruct The o tmbine geroaum and woo, latt
fr mmcts concisely- as. follows on daily:! thither by the blood current. It con-.. spur we thinkat together because they amf1 94 -
t at cont s_ onowso June 1 4,00 June 16 4,40 sits more freuenl t clot ,i "He wa very nice," se on are all named afterbird-the dove, ed waoom a
te statement rof M lt: June 2 4,410 June 17 4,450 fibrin, a detaclVd shred of a morbid "We went back to sit onthe t the crane and the lark. The meaning tP wwa
SThe statement shows that the frst June 3 4,40 June 18 4,M700 growth a globule o fat, or a minrce-i listen to the musle. That was the e- of gerai i "cranes bill," and if ts from e-v to
aim of the cohtminsaion has been to June 4 4,700 June 19 ..... copic organism. This Ib what a die- ginning. He came next day for ae to ya no c thte seed pods of a geranium The a
Improve the health conditions of the June 5 ..... June 20 4,40 tlontary says. r further particular drive with him and told me that he you w.p me hat they de o likemm the eawled "'h h n
emal some. The statistles of yellow June June 21 4,450 ee the oor.- Mmpoli. I d me. ong bill a crane. e tuamhe-not rv
r in May and June show that the June 7 5000 June 22 4450 "The mpdent g"- e forgot tt me rom a peculiarityof
omission has been arnestly at Juneoa 4,460 June 22 4,450 Floridians to MWI0lfpp* --that it was of her lover he was 5spek- seed pod.too. but not a pecullarity of
between 9,000 and 10,000 em..ployes June 10 4,460 June 5 4,800 Messrs. Edwar'd .Fite d, late edi- Iag
there were only fifty cases of fever June 11 4,700 Junet o. tor, and S. A. *d~rid%, late business "ne said he couldn't help It," ot toh, for if you do It will burst,
Mnd six deaths. The month of July: June 12 ..... June 27 44 manageWr, of the i atier4eformanrt, apologized for him in world weary and at will y the s eeda..-t. NieBb.* as,
has recorded no new cases and no June 15 4,460 Junsm 2 ,460' left Bartow on last 1V ylby morninr, accents. "But they all say that." There -t1- e- --1
deaths, and but two or three cases,' June 14 4,40W June* 440 with their fam Ke saute fot their was no trace of valnty In the rmrk. e.-. on..
perhaps. are under treatment- Jw ne 1 4,46 June g 4,460 new home In O luMbusM l imi, wher-e The of the roses from d i at e-Tore es Jst like al e a a l
The repot shows tas coclusive a, Ttal r the f0oath....... 117,14t they. wil establk a dea l ewspaperI rvals in her cheek. "Tb-tmen one. w Her v.. been male. a t 1
Wr to charges concerning the dila-! Average p r 4ay.,, ..... 4, 1 Their new eld 4 rot is a ao Invitheheg stated. "It was mnoV S .
inaess of the work: ino great effort, --- one ano their prospe ts very enoour-O ~ ly a on thbea-ha a L yar, and y never -ki amel i "
that have been put forth for health' I hereby ertify that the above state- aging. Those who k-ow them well! B-o the e les I ask you to. He-oreb ne
ad sanitation have Mha an incidental I mst i correct according to the reo- and are ifamliar it t- energy ll the nt of the women. Youeo oer tu
tact in limiting the amount of work, ord ea oa e la the i oee. .ability and intelU e harac. We -y -w a W7 tk to ask me to kis yt hulM ye- -g.<
esly with strict attention to teWir La R. SMITH, termed their wVk. ot pa-R, have eS. "ow dare be-how dare you gr.-Ill"strated Bts. .
aRatoy. Naturally they are moving less ClrtaltMIo Mgr. little doubt that. 4t W ke a "Don't be toe hard on him," she ti ti.
manuriW ta they might., dM these success of theirnw amIther. Cor- pleaded. "He sai something abct: m r Atei
coedtka s ot a exist. But it Is aho Beta at w g arte be- mre m -as r- .4eIma- t ther bes hnot dehs I i I a *** en tthla' OW I I Or someethi' ftr g3e MOW
tee tht the health work Uamw be A- thas W y 4 Jawm. na u14m11ean oadest0 satIs epry l waMo he o jtbllee is-
da*e VS emm e the2 ;S e tfea p. ust 3 P. we am A -
5 -, " ," ,++ ", +- ; ; j" '., : g + .', "*
.. .. 'J" pt11w i w u" ... w u :+-"+ I I ,, .. ;" ] .'" I I I I I + I i" ++_" I I l :
m a 3 hI- thei la I.*s~era.~ t ysa iy .a cold rol
._.. .Xr. .La0e Idoeqb aa athga Itea tob oh.I r t wepngs B t ._
f onlt nal o a e1 y thah even h, e asa ft if be though-t D "A T
t for y to 1ards r. Wn th peson o a L Cu Od the en red air went s" hie natif.r
T people n will kt t w toao. Bm ot that was when hep asd t
.W... CO.A..N. ..rs a w. on OIT or Ao ,toh
***e**einssof thesealde e h as .ee% It asA Nto=r tbe phy, and they wer psg to ge rid of aler. lad numerous Ilesy
*..*** ... "g O -era decree o.* ai pg n ia th o e quit itl cafe to be other wvos at the Sprin,1 ob I
Sa people of tI cr want tr to drnn y bo e"-b tapped a gsy r ltte tne w n
mueal o ata d O U ~ or to he ea--h yo tt Ned V" t
-,mm p.r, -_ .._ m. If this coslci e,, act .n g L Wof the red an to av m w dterting. fa erewaDs thelalyy" o mg fi
i N E Wir P JASS OA B W P ulity tAoDT the Mayor Ma p ecesor M ey at w e were p aernd te he wdifrtten. There wasll ,e to l T.. iw. r
i. .. dd towards Mr. Weelfes then the pe- jas t1tn a heow young and fi e tol d eaed herLan the nigg to hm- e T. I,
Spe wll cal the to a strct account fbe How eould he expect her to be him both of whom proposed to me
I M a < gi A E R. Rinu him o bhis yeear aThen there was Mr. Grpoemr, who _" A outa ..f M
........ --i -hwou tell her-ave hr al posed to me at we dane I 1 iodr lNaL ,.
S a s s ,AT L RA C1Ji flltifs* A young fellow WOW's 51'S b rthday -the soD also pn-
mu l m ak IdherER I a ha tppii er. Once on psed for th m'atoter. riSpatdfin
SMiami M.etropolis .t of girlih con n e adto when he dismissed me he asked me to WM i. gCIIOW
6 OINLY PKNaACOLA NK PCR P WHICH A DTAI.bO hm bow she bated young men and 5 be his wife. That's all the propOsal I sB .
O S l E CA N SE SEOURED mrmm r I tt _'J-= WOU#-_W ___ t houses. It wa childish of him, he told had at the springs. There were five T ....
alm.elt. to expect her to now her owa more when I stopped to vist Lucy KU-
SThe conduct of a guard from the ai d. aore on ny y h some" The man
Oma S --M1 1t GoMTrame ttrL State Insane Asylu, who ient to mhat can I eat?" she beamed at hd made oa ge re of entreaty Truly, be
0 No. iTampa a few days ago for a- patient with shining eye. "Anything. from m ad a-n tdre t of It being this bea
got drunk, was arrested, and flal e young man to an oyster r Here .lis heart felt ie a chrch on a aee.
...... .. o, prison to seve ota senten.-c ills hnrt felt like a curch on a wee
PBNSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY MORNING JULY 12 s should prove a warning to the asylum as e opening, sooner than he I ow could he bave ever bn fol T
authorities and cause them to place I cItoh. enough to expect Jndlth to love him
I such trusted posPtion. a* this. only Jadth," e began gravely, t is against all these young men? A
SGOING AWAY and so will more than make up for men known to be sober and otherwise the young an I wish to speak now y m Traver- It was a
Whe you eave the city for your losses in that respect now. capable of caring for and handling Di-dld-they say it is young ravers cowardly subterfuge to get her away
summer vacation have The Penaola M Shouts adds that the workmen humanity so terribly afflcted. Shall release you?" The last, to the fro he othe. Hs voie h.
Jonal follow you. Notify circular re receiving high wages; that the Just think of It: a drUnken m ear of the girl, seemed an anxious, t ter His voice T.
tior manager, Phone wages have been increased rather than or a man addicted to the use of liquor, frenled alpbeal for freedom. So this esrat alert, with brilliant eyes.
ti manager, Phone 38. lowered, and that many provisions or, being ent to control and mange a wa what mae him so gloomy, o If I marry Travers, what she as- i
recreation and other comforts are be- person bereft of his mind; probably a like himself. He was tired of her. e 'd
orda lee cof to he n W e have no reason to driving maniac or n Loe other dis- wanted to be free. She was pulling a "I don't know," miserably.
dressing condition where the best f to pes and tting the petals ove "I haven't exactly decided which one
b l re truthfulness of this statement byi Judgment and discrto must be ex- her hair bad
-endb s of the fttr pesme will 1 President Shonts; and certainly the erected to suaend sfly handle them olr i tips. "Shal we ring te e I hall mary." She leaned back lSn- F M M
Swel course taken by the cmmssio That the authorities w down r little comedy l gidly She w pushing er hirme
is eary recovery. under he conditions. have in s service gch a man as thi asked In an "lt' all for the best" t oe. and trying to pin It in place. "It'sr
The codytrecogeryorthhtund te nditions. There oann my w oTe
p dite satiofactoy wbork s w u Stae is h hardly creditable but the evidence b nodded sowly. She was beginning ly very hard to makf p one's mlyn,', We em 5 r
A new cure for appendicitis h ood health of the laborer, and no this act cannot be disputed. e to se more clearly every minute ut Bob. ts the number them that co-
been discovered by an Orange County,! laborers can be secured if they have was sent from the asylum for a pa- ea one's eyes grow accustomed to dark- fusets et. Sbeh. l he deleously.
SY. man. He accidentally wallowed not a reasonable chance of health tent, became intoxicated and is proba- se after the first bewlderment- His han ghte around his glass. I
S, et of false teeth and they bit off the bly a prisoner serving a sentence for wanted to be free. "Bobte girl suddenly demanded Nuwa, OSUIr
Sfd of false teeth a end i s his de aucherlt i e are the facts, "Judith," he. said "I shall as only "that told me ote abouthe se yu m
ding vermiform appendiland while it sposalbe that be had me fvor t. He Ibitated. love lying deep
Ws though done with a m'irgeons knife. OX IttiLpl neever done to 0fe, or I he hae h"t is grtdth"-he retired coldly. CoIldhe releAseberTa "Thery b f to g e haer-ZI
Sthe authorities did not know, is un- "Perhaps shall have the honor of man's soul" kepftruning throi gh S
The Gainesville Sun takes a psa- _HH h reasonable to believe. c rtatn o-ao" The alo" head Cld e do it? W n't n
nlistic view of Florida's chances of be- The asylum oMffcals are due the congratlating yon-also." The"also" head. Could he do Ipt? .Wae't shie i
Vo m n ge, h ne 8ag s a e ee nc ea e crying need of a protector treshleld helafdt
lg an oil producing state. The DR. BOULTER DISCUSSES public a statement In this matter. I wast a as an ftell it ll to m.. o th vry hanger?
Sun says: "The Pearson Oil Company, MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP. they are innocent of any knowledge It that you wll tell it a to me." o this very hunger?
that the offending guard is a drunkard, He hesitated through a sense of deli- *Bob"she tossed him a rose-have
has an expert of 40 years' experience Editor Pensacola Journal: or if he is not, they should say so. it eacy. "If you mind. dear," he added you fio the dlnese' S e
looking over the field. He is sure A dispute having arisen Over the conditions are dtferent an honest con- gently, '"hea den't!" "'Love lleth deept ne beads.
there is oil in Florida. We hope so. correctness of the article you publish- esion is what Is wanted. Did she mind? she asked herself. No; "Love dwells not n lip e.
tee Rcordh" ben cofinedto ial rs inwraps his wings on either side tof
t prt v to lire" ed some weeks ago concerning the There is no use in trying to hide or she gloried in the opportunity. If he wr his wings on either side the
t experts hae e results of municipal ownership of elect. smooth the thing over. We have had sighed for his freedom, he should have heart.' There was a long silence
THE SUCCESSOR OF tric light and power plants in the tltte enough of this asylum rottenness an-a it. be would make no effort to hold Somehow the silences of Bob were
sEETARY JOHN. town of n lvertonn, Clo., I propoed to the sooner there is a weeding and h, he should understand befo more eloquent than all the Ip talk of -.i
R JOHN HAY. settle the matter by corkcrespondence cleaning out of the corruptness the e leM him o that other men thought the other. She was beginning uto cn- o
The selection of Elihn Root as sue- with Mr. H. L. Datschroder, town better it will be to all concerneu, and her destrabl. Then he could go with derstand. She thought vaguely of C I
e o e a re s cut the article in question from th i o are cd to their me his freedom, and she would marry any hips cut loose from their me loorin
mer secretary of war is as able a man an opinion as to the accuracy of the apa-anonseyo asked her. -.be was eighteen and In- evr saw im. bes was oing a Aikirt.
as could have been secured. Brad- facts stated therein. le was kind n finitely young. The middle aged man dance before the long glyt mirror I M A ,ENE
a enough to reply as shown in the tbl- r NEWS ANO VIEW e n opposite felt that he would barter his the back parlor. She turned to get d
street's Reporter, recognized as the lowing verbatim copy of his letter: FROM STATE F@APERS. Immortal soul to be twenty-four-to be sidewlee view of herself, and there I '
leading financial Journal of the coun- Town of Sllverton, .. young with her. the door he was calmly watching her. .. ...
try. has the following to say anent the Oce of Treasurer. ". .M- "Shall I begin at the beginning?'aha The others were at the table. The oe,
ew premier of Mr. Roosevelt's cb. 8ilverton, Colo., July 1,1905. n weary tone. He winced. aton was a dinner party, and be had
et H. H. Boulter Esq., Judge Parker Again. e "No," he iptlled. "That wonld n.- committed the unpardonable offene of
resident Roosevelt ff Judge Parker, late candidate on the ude me. Spare me that." There was belng late. That was the begi Tnn P
Tate in prevailing upon Elu Root, refe would say is correct herewith demorattiket for the presidency, a lorng s lee. "It is oef yong Tra He vtery much preferred staying with D
formerly secretary of war in his cabi- enclose you schedule of rates. Any wrote al letter to Tfammany weich was er, your engagement"- Tha declared nigt she dstatt mind.
net and in that of President McKin- further information you may desire reat at the Fourth of July exerses. Until tonht," she reminded in a That was the night she started loving TRANSACTS A
ley. to accept the secretaryship ot will be gladly furnished The main point of tohe Jum ges leotteri dull voice, "I was engaged to you. bim. Hadn't he spent weary houra
etate, made vacant by the death o; Municipal ownership i a wonderful was opposition to m ie. al wnerp But"- Her voc stock. He wa over the intr ca les of toe dancing tot b
secretary Hay. It is welt known that success. of the public utilities. rTheh slet dan- B .t-ifor vde e t ubeHea. coveh her? Didn't Bob always nde .
Mr. Root resigned his former post t.) Yours truly, ger he appcod rehendfsis that of fover ov- walUngfo br tn. Ntand? The thought that he was ju. t e
there-ngaoileinth praicWehofelaw, crreiearticeyo l is- nent, apparently oIsw ettng that it "Mrs. Can, from New Orleans, ws stand? The thought that he was Jot
rengge the practice of law, in H. L. DAMoSCROner ers of some Ipoen e that the at of at the Spris;" she began. "She is acro the table and not engaged to
i uch nas hae fan to te lt oes above meTown Trw ue. government of cties should be i, their one of my moer's oldest friends. Mr. her any more almost suffocated her.
ewT fh aSny of his brethren at the tbar. fo h Ts aoe mentioned be uns balls and not in the oiflees of the pub- 'rras Is her n ophew. It was at one She couldn't stand It.
It is not without reluctance that he fortunately forgotten to be enclosed service corporations.-4ampa of her receptions that I met him fr, 'Bob," she sald, with all that peril-
has consethewhich I regret, a publication t Times. Shall I tell you everything?" Her oas youth shining ta her eyes, "hav Steam D
e moluments at his command, wha them would show that though they are voice had a new ring. He thought It you forgotten that toe dance you
"ar estimated at a sum thirty or fosresry extremely lso plaWr wither o.n thoe C
artimes created at a sum the salary fixedor o te e nly pr io th s Congratulations to Editor Jones. j was from speaking of her lover. taught me years ago ? No, with weary
r times higreater than the goesalarymen population, f remember correctly Our sincerest congratulations are "Your roses ame just as I was start, resignation, he had not forgotten it. Oc-No.
or His hi oee m the r i but 2000 or 3000. y the ttle town t extended to Editor W. W. Jones, o. iag," she continued. "I wore the blue "Bob," with cruel persistence, "when ards on
Shas however made the sacrice lverton has so well managed its two the Chipley Banner, on his marriage dress, the one yon used to like me in"- you told me that night that you had
responding in so doing to a practically,.M
rsponin in so oin o a pracica public utlities as to sho' a handsome last Wednesday night. We have "Child." he interrupted, "you do not rather stay with me than to go with A-
unansmou f expression f popular as urpl s in the treasury after paying known Walter ever since he wore understand"-- the old ladies. did you mean it, truly?"
well as cial desire. Mr. Roort'sadn all the expenses of the town. knee britches and was a devil, in the l "es, but I do," gayly. '1 remember Ye he was sure he meant It truly.
station of the war department lver is to be heartily congratu- old Chipley Intellgeer office, the t, every bit. You told me that first The cafe was deserted. Only rancols,
Ssuch as to markt himout asred late on its modern ideas, and ith place where we gt our introductio' night I wore It-do you remember it?- the waiter, lurked in the background, COMFORT.
of the ablest men that caderved o Mayor and board of aldermen on po~. to the typographic art. May he and what you Whispered out here on the a$d be couldn't speak English.
country history. erircumstanceds Oow sessing the true public y d progressive te his never he out E sorts, always have aloutombmikwente arms and "Bob." moving nearer and thna i O
r a i m ha r peko a full case with penty of pt copy i lytw
e ad ehimmore thtaOW owrone rto m. the hook. unlk Bree. shadowy hair?" it Is pretty drss. confiding hand on his arm; "Bob, does
of war. He was in etfect a most sue- Let every citsea Interested i th wore your roses to the reception. They your love lie too deep for words?
cessful colonial secitay. as being a Thig Out of Balance. were gloriouis onesr' She wan leaning There was a pleading quality to her ROOMS WI
charged with the administration u or Baan her elbows on the table, her bg eyes torts not to be resisted. -
the rtaslar dependencies, and as a gen- Whenever you read about a man in erelo s H "Chi d i y He was holding dyhebr chsa d an _
erat adviser his view was always broad T'. ua-IW gE .,J getting a salary of one hundred thou- o my ey. presented Mr his mo t comfortidhg and and examo n
and his judgment sure. Those who sanoP dollars a year you are justified "h rs. C pg her eyes b n ni.
know him best believe that he has ret D uig sla rtcl, owi, a in having doubts whether he honestglc Travhe s," she proceeded, "me told marwehe re"es.
yet reached the top of his achieve- earns it. You i c y also he pretty rea- that he had been knowing me for a "Jack Travers didn't kiss me, truly." ygomely o, -U
sent, but that he will add lustre to hisc T.e e f sonably sure that among hTa assistants long, long time and waiting for me sbe comforted, pattIg Bob's old gray
new once even as the successor of there are two or three men who could to come, because heis hands were tied, hairs tetderly. Francols had discreet-S
Secretary Hay. e s b do the work just as well and would be as it were, and he couldn't come after ly withdrawn, fully remunerated. "Hel. -x mitm asr
* m a | t d glad to do it for oe quarter the mon- me. Then I laughed, because it was said that before I told him about-- 'ing to
r.. Ha.. ,t i s E I n 1 ey. Things are rather out of balance such a good joke-really, Bob. be said about how I loved you-I-I told him iave oew
MR. SHOWT 'S STATEMENT t- when a corporation pays a hundred it very much nicer than I can remem-. all about us, Bob"- But she didn't Clarsi." "Bow sh
, Asst. Cashler.
W. IK. HY JR., V.-Pre. and Ca.
W. N. ROBIERTS, Ast. Cuashi
F, P lo, la.e
.TI HycEr, JrE Ma T AI t B t. l
kISTIS BUISINE filmy Ml S
avw. 1NS o S Veisele disurs
Denumark, and Desantinam Ten
enatrIe,. eelAruivee Ibers
I "pon the Mg
aye at Po rte
Day Aftwe V&
IosFir Re*t in Ctxuae Iw vlA whch wc
ive Depwurmcnt for the use of Rcatcrs.
wpattannt-Intereet Pald on Do-
Mate of14 per owit per Annum.
amsa. T.ANW LE Wm.DMO O. Amr. Ca-mass
ns National Bank,
of Pesaeols, iurl a.
Morri" amr, Tr. W'el'
.o1N. U XU ItoA Gr-es.
RAL BANKING B USINE TRANeACTEDO
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rwident. W. MEN9nV'5 Chler.0
R. M. CARY, Vice-President
IPLE'S BANK Of PENSACOLA. :
R-eves, J. Reese W. DeC. Keeser, M. Cary,
W. A. D'Alemberte, A. Jennings.
GENERAL BANKING bUSINIS8.
TOUR ACCOUNT IS kIfI-t I raUir-Y SOLICITED
Whole sn adeta I Dew ra
A CO A L
49 South Pclaf" street. Telephom S.
trragosea ma Gemasles streets. Ph S
Peneota PlaM .
TH RUNNING WATER AND PRIVATE BATHS&
LARGE SAMPLE ROOM.
V bly ate for rwable \erd.
F. L. BOWEN, Mame. |
labOr and Ars, Hot80s JeyghIe, Florida.
fomesly use" is
ath 00law,Or PD..
-., to show their
MM SWranmly eaR1
W ft a pocket eon-
Ed the Ociler mai
d~tu& bthe "ne
aisie 'Of the kiug.-
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OF NORTH CAROLINA.
Head pt the State's Educational Sp*
Ubrary contains 49.0 vo :: .1.
water works, electric liPg" -
tral heattig system. N*
tories, gymnasium. IT
N. C. A. buldin.
W7 STUDENT. M INSTRLCTO"
The 7i7 term begins
Sept. 11, 1904. Address
AMNCIS P. VM JAW PTrs'
Chapel Hill, N. C.
LET US FURNISH
'Plow We&. 1104
'Cir aWgmM-ee Taragons s
= =-U Mk IN ANY
go CgpoqrTORY OF UNItffg STATES
Sb~k, S200OOO SwePus, 40.000
A. M. Avery,
W. IL Milton, Jr.,
aswody.0. I. Maura,
mm. W. IL Cauthon,
kmmaM C. A. (YNeinl,
Oarw -,Dr. W. J1. Hansab,
imwoer, '7 McKenuie oatiug.
muar, Alex Me~owmU;
unders, Ca M. COvlugtm.
mkM. IndtvkdsaW ,Cerpeaties mm-a Fnd ns SoIc"k"
or per Gontt Intor tpaid oeTmeTun.DePeelt
lai*~rrclr~-~ll- __ _, -- -.- --T?-
I,0U3Ua l ., D WI. N *OA M.::~WiIL Y,
r ~- ~'.
I- "" ",.,-I .
JoufRNj*L wz J*L-Y IF, less
Malt is a food, balf digested. Hops
lic. Beer that is pure is good for you.
But beer that isn't aged causes
Beer that's impure is unhealthful.
is why we insist on purity.
year to attain
The Lewis Bear Co.
Main and Palafax. Pensacola
That Made M ilwau kee Famous.
TAX LE Vthe FIXED B Y learnedthat nMKING TWO
TAX LB VY FIXED 1Y a the counties of the state vary consid-RES ON
business, especially in regard to taxes sB A R O O
P oorfarms and county roads. We
M M S Sgained some practical experience in
the manner of road building as con- THE LUDWIG HAS BEEN 8AWEO
ST ducted in that county, there being
in InCrese 1 imW TWo MillS Was Mie Mher ti tear PreM us, three grading machines and one roller LENGTHWISE IN HALF AND TWO
e l e an Sch l ettto rk tthebenefitroads constructedmms- LUMBER BARGE WILL BE THE
Seemed to be perfectly Folid and dur- RESULT.
One Mill Each. able. We visited the poor farm and
found that it was a self-sustaining in-
stitution. We were also taken over
1e, Board of County Commission-' Campbell to carry pistols were ap- about thirty miles of good road, during The barge^Ludwtg, formerly an Ital-
, met In regular session last night. proved, which time we visited the convict Ian bark, and which has been in use
Commissioners Avery. Wiggins, City se PaMi a Full. camp. for a number of years carrying car.-
a art, and Andrews present i The board sa .tored #hat a warrant "When the question of selecting the goes of coal and umber, will shortly
r : Commissioners Geo. L. p-i be drawn in favor of te city for the next meeting place was bought beforewo barges, as she
SCommissioners Geo. L. L.-I amount (about l3,000) 'ue from the the meeting we asked that Pensacola be converted intotwo barges, as she
,n and R M. ('arr and Harbor county on the road aad bridge fund. be chosen, as our section of the state hat been sawed i m end to end. and
'F -er J. -Abor' roniie appeft r Thi will wipe out the last legacy of had been slighted. After cotsiderabte all that remains 6 be done is to re-
*)r( the b ard a:nd a l:ed that the debt left by the old bsard and leaves | discussion Tallahassee was finally se- move the masts.
,,ard pvhh on or mre harbor the county free of current obligations.' elected. A floor has been placed on the top
lae T i o,:r< th<- ha:.to and prevent Tax Levy Fixed. "Relative to the rolling machine alf, and as soon as the masts are rl
:ht xh: e ,vr ,rom 'esels in the, The board spent coailderable time which we now have on hand we talk- lifted this halaced of the vessel wll Thbe
bay o0: sa- .:her -reh'sv. dead heads o1n the tax rate for the coming year. ed with several agents of road build- half wll be capableof arryng s several
c Th. nT" er wak- referred to the The rate as Sal My ladpted was as ing machinery, and had offers on th hundred feet of lmber, while the ot-
,,un: t ;rL.v to report at the next shown in the right hand.oolumn of the same, provided we would purchase atom half will hu a larger caaci the bo
a::i; rrinr a t e following table, the r column be- new one. About the best offer we had T latf pol o of l el i
"Th, bond of W. M. J. -'cott for W lug the levy for last year, given here was $250 for our machine, which h ready forbusios f a the vesoon almosel will
as u,..prvisor of registration, was ap- as a matter of co ison: amount was to o on a steam roller as the boat is dided.
prove: Mills. worth $2,500. The barges wilibe used In transport-
T:- hbond of Miss Katie E. Radcliffe Fund 1904 190 T TART lumber from St. Andrews to Pen-
a- war, public was approved. General................3% 3% AUTOMOSILIST STARTTn l er r te -
.1 Dub;ssohn & Bro.. were award- Road and Bridge ........ 2 3 ON HUNDRED-MILE TOUR. sacola. Another barge about the same
Pe the (on:ract for supplying groceries. S(tool .................. 6 By Associated Press.
fo. he poor farm for the coming Bond ................... % .H New York, July 11.-Thirty-three
n:h. Fine and Forfeiture ..... 1% 1 touring cars, bearing more than 100 THE ALLIGATOR'S JAWS.
The following made application for automobile enthusiasts, started from
'. intentt as janitor of the court Total ................11% 13%j this city to-day to compete In a I00". wul opel O I YTm stlek T e
h.-.e f. M. Smith. John C. Broana- Commisaioner Avery opposed an in- mile reliability tour for a trophy of- risa 1rs In ge ryes.
L:. B. C. Brewton A. L Southerland crease In the road and bridge fund fered by Charles J. Giddon. The star' "If ever you have the luck to be
a. las. Chestnut On motion the ap- levy and maid he wisahd to go onI was made from the Automobile Cluo caught by as alligator put a finger lan
;" 'ment of a janitor was laid over r-cord as opposed ta the levy of the of America in Fifth avenue. It is each eye," says an old Australian bunt
" he next meeting. additional mill. : expected that four days will be re- er. "That will have the effect of maak-
A; ;)ications from the various liquor County Teasurer J. B. Williams1 quired for the run. whica will end' In lng him open his Jaws, and then you
t a- Tfor llcenes wero read and no- I spoke t the board in reference to the the White mountains. On Thursday can make the most of your opportunity.
tic .. same were ordered posted or' rEfusal of the latter to pay him com- the tou.-ists expect to reach Ports- There are several known Instances ef
p' -h l missions upon the mo ey in the school mouth, N. H. Four dayi will be spt t ape of nates by that means.
A.' *oi.etric fan was ordered for the fund. While the treasurer Is the cu.- in the heart of the mountains. ring A etorsp fr their foo b tha m
en .- 0o0 m. tcdian of that fund. the board has dis which the "Climb to the Clouds" wi All lgators prefer their food high, so the
P" of Lewis Frat -r and Walter covered that it has so authority to take place up Mount Washington.' chances are if you are caught you w.ll
pay commissions on that fund. The Then another four days will be occu-. be deposited on the bottom somewhere.
S' matter now rests until the attorney pied in the trip homewa-d over an en-i I heard of one native escaping even
general's opinion ii received. tirely different route. then. When crossing the rivers thf
Supervisor lof Regis:ration W. M. natives carry stout sticks, so If en-
J. Scott appeared before the board Prick Off For Bremen. countered by an alligator they cea
to receive the latter's instruc- New York, July 11.-H. C. Frick an t ward him off by shoving a stick dowo
tions regarding the registration Mrs. Frick sailed to-day for Breme his throat.
books. It was the sense of the boarl oni the steamship Kaiser Wilhelm IL MThat alligators have enormous
Y A A that the books should be properly re-_'_-'- ngth I have evidence besides my
vised and Supervisor Scott was In- -tength I have evidence besides my
t ruied tplace the1 in proper con aaown experience. At Port Essington a
dion a the pre .': P anam a H ats [In rEunI aea
vasn lllgator nailed it by the bead and
S uasertGood $Rea.sRepet. C ea edittSoon. o afterward a horse
Commssioner drws, who witCleaned at caught while drinking at the same
Commissioner, Stewart. represented *. spot. It dragged the alligator about
t Es.cambia county at the county corn- forty yards before the brute let go.
missioners and good road's convention Mr. Robinson anchored the body of
at Orlando, then mbmitted the follow NO. 11 N. PALAFOX STREET. a horse a little distance out from a
ing report of their trip: f cllfflose to his camp. In dew time he
"In making this report I feel unable bad his chance and shot a ff.tI n tmet
to fully explain the great good derived alligator."
IS getti *'from such asuemblages as that of thei ialt.
County Conm--ioers and Good r- a
Roads meeting, which we recently at-I IfTe hllln O 1. im ..
shabby tended as representatives of Escam- "I tell you what," grumbled the pes-
bi, and where we gaoei d much know ftmistic walter, "people ain't giving' tips
baedge of road build mug. -like they used to in the old days.
I' want to sl "Although It has bee aty ambitiO2, "That'3right." replied the funn m
iwannce my election to straa every nerv walter- "hlnk of Esau who ave his
for the uphidl g of the county, the birthright for a mesa of pottage."-
brand new oe. question of good roads, !n my estima -, W Ulladelphia Ledger.
Ioc tion. appears to be pa-m*nt, for I;
Look at ow eztesave have noticed that wher-.ve you find. j Take TY r. Clbee. ,
Good roads you Sad a prosperous cou I If you peep under you: pie at the bot.
line of Suit paterns ty, and we C t give too much at-I We can save you money sad eatisdy toern remt your hostess wUill be oafend
tention to te lW I-^ w yvou if you desire a frst-clas PIano. I.: if you do not tbst the precauthea
and take .your c~, k. e* "were t at- te ePpot at O r-ew Piano from $00 to $ ay be ssu .
AUBkae Qin!' of that ,mty, sd-- a-, beig wel- smallest degular ano mae fiarn yWMonly f rue inothsdieD mma to t IS-
lccmed and Kis wth badges, were a l alik, 100 to $17. i .to y...o oro u .
| escorted toar blateb. The following-d; htil pa ye' to call or write oma Tameript4
i morning the ~pltbcg was called to _
order, and M A. siimp la on behalf m. .t sgamm.ee. 4
D or "lad .etiit es welcome to He-I am told that e amorem -
L that city. Cd. *moded, and! than he knows what to do with.
heL wa- tge- yMr- Palmer, the1 ..r -. Has be, re.ali gom
.tter sp f o leElakto in | |TTER f M I .. -
(ct to Fi.rt National n k .avor of -Ol nemag e of com.. .L
mus. -nut xne arym tuemulmrsur ui piu-
itles, find that man, the animals, the
flowers, weary of a constant day. They
agree to put out the Allfather's, or
sum's. eyes. The Allmother, the moon.
offers herself as a sacrifice. "Blind
ae,t" she says, "and leave my hus-
band's eyes." The Trues say, "It is
SThey accept the sacrifice and take
away one of the Allmotber's eyes;
hence the moon Is less brilliant than
the sun. The man finds rest at night.
and the flowers sleep.
In Mrs. Leiber Cohen's translation of
Saeber Masoch's "Jewish Tales" there
Is a variant of the sun and moon story
derived from the Talmud. Briefly told. I
the sun and moon are equally lumi-
nous. It is the moon who wants to be '
more brilliant than the sun. Deity is
angered at her demands. Her light is
lessened. "The moon grew pale. Then
God pitied her and gave her the stars
THE OCEAN DERELICT.
It Ig the Most Patent of All Daemses
That Threaten Seafarers.
Of all the spectacles of the seas none
is so tragic as the derelict, the errant
of the trackless deep. Weird beyond
description Is the picture presented by
some broken and bettered hulk as she
swings into view against the sky line,
with the turgid green seas sweeping
over her thoes grown decks and a
splintered fragment of mast pointing
upward, ps if in protest against her
undoing. It Is a sight also to arouse
PFor the derellet Is the most potent of
iAll the dangers that threaten the sea-
farer. Bilent stealthy, invisible, it is
the terror of the mariner. It Is the
arch hypocrite of the deep. Against It
iHl of seamanship,'vigilance In watch-
Ig, avail not Lights and whistles,
beams and I"oy proclaim the proxim-
ity of Iai; the throbbing of engines.
the noises of shipboard life tell of an
approadaeg v eue; teebergs and floes
bemsy theaelves by their ghostly ra-
lialce and iTrouMding frigidity of
iar, but the dUliet gives no warning.
ke se oe 5 L 0 first sign of its
ziotenIe st *05 ash, the sickening
trebble and ver of the ship sudden-
ly ,aded edith.-P. T. McGrath
Omntry advises taking cutting
at- rose IS tol t6 and says: They
lht I amt e t Inches long and
withV a about a foot deep
e w In the spring set
W P Orden sol. upright.
n. stti ng out They
Ste 6a then be tran.
iTbed. This is for
A Child Wit a Nikel
o0 AUTW 1LIST$1
A*i As0lated Pres.
Iblamlaa Us, laod.. July 11.-Two
cghwaymen, whom the police have
bee tryng to land for some timid,
adopted new tactics to-night, perpe-
trating a arthg hold-up and then foro-i
lag one of the victims to drive them'
about the city for an hour in an auto-,
mobile. The victims were Fred Wilt-'
shire, of North LUberty street, and
Jacob Sleaer, of North Jersey street,
They were enjoying a drive in an auto-,
miobile, but were stopped at the Belt!
railroad and. Michigan road by a cut:
of -cars. Before they could cross the1
tracks two m=4 sprang up with drawn
revolvers and forceam them to give up
The highwaymen forced Siener toi
alight from the machine and run away
threatening to shoot him it he made
They thet.climbed into the machine
beside Wiltshire, and, with a revolver
on each side of him, and a ringing
threat that the least outcry would cost
him his life, he was compelled to ride'
the robbers about the city. They en-I
joyed the trip as if they were welcome
guests. Hundreds of people we.'e;
passed on the down-town streets, but'
Wiltshire did not dtare to give tne
alarm, as he could feel the points or
the revolvers against his sides. Final
ly, when the robbers had ridden as
long as they desired, they directed
Wiltshire to diAve them to a lonely
spot near White river, west of the
city where they disappeared. Will-
shire drove to the police station at a
terrific pace and met Slener as he ar-
rived. Instructions were given to al!;
policemen to search for the highway-1
men, who are believed to be the same
who have committed a number of bold
NEW RAILROAD RECORD
LOS ANGELES TO CHICAGO.
By Assoelated Press,
Kansas City, July 11.-The Scott
special on the Atchison, Topeka and
Sfiguta Fe Railway, racing for a recorl- i
between Los Angeles and Chicago,! |
reached Argentine, Kan., in the we-st I
bottoms at 3:37 this morning and de-!
parted for the north at 3:40. Thel #t-
train was due here at 5:30 and wasi
thus one hour and fifty-three minutes I
ahead of its schedule. After leaving-,'
Argentine, one of the liveliest clips or
the train was maintained, the special
covering the 221 miles between Kan-
sas City and Fort Madison. Iowa, in
four hours and nine minutes. This,
according to Santa Fe officials, beats
all records for the distance and makes
it possible to reach Chicago on a 45.
hour schedule from Los Angeles.
THE SUN AND MOON.
aldat Pealklee stores Comeersatmi
These Lvatuart. .
The most touching of all folklore sto
roes may be found in Charles F. Lum-
mis' "Pueblo Folklre." It Is one of
the many myths of the moon and beau-
titify eoneelved. The sun is the All-
father, the moon the Allmother, and p
both shine with equal light in the heav-
m-n An t*he Tr s. the u eriorn divin-
W. A. D'ALEMBERTE,
Druggist and Apothecary. 121 S. PldoL.
DS, WATCHES, JEWELRY,
PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZES
TERY,, OPTICAL GOODS,
Engraving and Fine Stationery.
Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
E. 0. Zadek Jewelry Co.
NE ARE GROWING B
HAVE OUTGROWN OUR BABY CLOTHES AND
lown-Town Office and Builders' Su
WHERE WE WILL BE GLAD TO HAVE YOU (
FORE PLACING YOUR ORDER FOR BUILD
TRIAL OF ANY DESCRIPTION. WE ARE
CAR LOAD OF
and want your business. Prompt
Saunders Mill Con
o all mail
I Depot Loan Office, I
Ughtmua Kein, Piretss.,
Money to Loan
on Jewelry, Diamonds,
Watches, and valuables
i e e e of all kinds.
Unredeemed pledges always for sale at bargain prices.
Choice Line Cut Glass.
Watches and clocks repaired and work delivered when prom-
We have a safety vault especially constructed for our buasin a
in which to keep all valuables.
Office, J06 E. Wright, in Briggs House.
Phone 11 27.
to ~ WI.IA~
HOT LUNCH DAULV
At new lunch counter, BHals mI
Chill Cona Cai and Spagbetti 1
RoaLs. Eort orders m 0*
cay and Bight. 19 South
seet$ V. in O
can be safely sent to us for anything
kept by a high-class, wellinanaged
drug store and get precisely what
was set for and at as low a price a
could its father or mother, We want
the children's trade and your *trade
and believe that our present service,
quality of goods and prices merit it.
4 4fw lie reuwr 0 Rdftml.
why we spend fortunes every
Good Coffee is as esv
ential to good health
as good water.
When you buy ours
you are sure it is goo,
The McHugh blends
of Roasted Coffee sat,
New Orleans Grocery Oo
Wb l.^i and Retail,
Phonc 50 JAS. McHUGH, Proprietor.
S_', tabmIshed 1874. -
_ i i__
LET US FILL YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS!
-7 77~~.?ll r~i?
Crwuee-4u -a oh m* we h"Oe b I. ushmme
'f *'" .
PEOPLE AND -EVENiTS
teent hewd md Dome Amb , L e, Gsbo Cc~e'
~Tarry~Waamem md Scocety. ierem acEl ahet
Mrs. L. Hilton Green entertained will also visit NaSara 'Falls and posa-.
Sfew friends at half past one lanch- sibly Canada before retarnim home.,.
fot yesterday that was most enjoy-
able to her guests. Mrs. W. B. Wright,: Miss Josephine Winter of Indiana
Mrs. Henry Baars. Mrs. W. S. Keyser, i' visiting Miss Lizzie and Miss Jennie
Mrs. Scarritt Moreno, Mrs. 0. J. Cook. j
Semmes and Miss Lillie Taylor. The o
aquisitely appointed table was all ini Mrs. Majette has returned from At-i
white with green, and ;he dehlghtfu. lanta accompanied by her sister Miss:
courses were piquanily seasoned with Eliza Covin who will reside with her'
that repartee and wit that enhance the 1 Mr. and Mrs. Majette are occupying
flavor of the perfect menu. their new residence.
Tallahassee True Democrat: Hon. C. THE COSMOPOLITAN.
B13. Parkhill and family are now corn-! ,
fortably settled in their new home, and '"And have you journeyed far?" I ask-
their lovely children will soon become ed a hungry looking tramp."
acquainted with the dear little people Said he, "I've tried Topeka while ia'
o-* Tallahassee. many a buay camp."
Mrs. Grace Bierck has returned after Said I, "The man who travels makes'
a most delightful visit of a month ini, the fruits of learning his."
New Orleans, and is again with Mrs. "Oh, yes," said he, "I know just what
C. W. Hagerman. an Indianapolis."
Mr. Warren Zellius and his sister,
Kiss Florida, are guests of Mr. Glib-
son Fe.l and his sister, Miss Leona
during the absence of their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Zeliuzs, who are
spending a month in Canada.
Mrs. Vincent of Apalathicola arrived
Saturday night on a visit of several
weeks to her daughter, Mrs. Annie A.
Dooley on West Government.
Miss Annie O.Brien, of Montgom-
ery, Ala.. is visiting Miss Frances
Swaine for a week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Goodman and
two children left Sunday to spend
two months in Greenville, Ala., and
Miss Lurleyne Fulghum entertains
this evening for her guest Miss Carrie
Farmer who leaves Friday to the re-
gret of all who have had the pleasure
of. meeting her.
Mrs. C. B. Rogers of Jacksonville
Is in the city visiting her daughter,
Mrs. R. F. Mitchell.
Mr. F. E. Brawner and son Oliver.
;eft Sunday for New York where they
will spend several weeks for Mr.
Oliver's pleasure and profit. They
CLEANED, BLEACHED AND
BLOCKED, at the
GOLDEN RULE MIL-
32 W. Government 8t.
It's a simple thing to secure
V4 good values and feet comfort
without sacrificing style. We
place at your disposal a col-
lection of footwear that will
suit all tastes and please all
$.00 Ladies' Vici Kid Welt 2 45
Oxfords for ............ V
$350 Ladies' Tan Kid Welt $ 2n
Oxfords for ............ $21
$.50 Ladies' Light and $1 95
Heavy Oxfords for ...... 5
$2.50 Misses' Pat Kid Ox- $1 5
fords for .............. 9I35
$1.50 Boys' Tan Calf and 1:0
KM Oxfords for ....... Is
THEBE ARE ONLY A
PEW OF MANY VAL-
me Take a Lee, by
V YeT PeIm.
i b 3
:- U inR f MiL
WSM- PabhK M., --*B
"You're fond of Wheeling." I remark-!
ed, "by train?" and he replied:
"1 n'ver +'.- stroke of w.)'y. NNorwalk
when I can ride.
"I never have a Dayton band, and so
I never say
To an" station agent, 'Do these trains
"I't fond of music, so 1 like to jour-
ney via Lynn
Nor Haverhill so steep and long our
train cannot get in.
"No being with a Galveston can I ad-
dress as wife:
I've never felt the Holyoke of happy
"We hobos are a Mobile lot; we eat
and sleep and yawn,
And always wear the same old clothes
Oswego marching on.
"And when the crowd is Tauntin us
we take it all in fun.
We cannot spare the time to stop and
have our Washington.
S P es Through Prosperous Ser-
tion of Missuri and Kansas
MOTHERS, 00 YOU KNOW
the rany so-called birth medicines, uat
most remedies for women ia the treatment'
of her delicate orpus, contain more o'
less opum, morphine and strychnine?
Do Y oe Know that in most countries
drugoits are not permitted to sell narcot
;a without labeling them poisons?
Do You Kaow Ihflt you should so
ta I tenaly pay inkmeodl i earth,
- a ccomp-mytaK pg M CV.
De Y-e Know t Mother Friwe
Is applied exterumly omly?
Do Yom Kiow tae Mi-my a Frien
is a celebrated prescription, and that i
has been in use over forty years, and thM
each bottle of the genuinebe the anm,
of The Bradfield Regulator Co. ?
Do you know that when you use thil
remedy during the period of gestation
that You will be free of, pai and beam
healthy, hearty and clever children?
Well,these things are worth knowing
They are facts. Of druggists at SLoo
Don't be persuaded to try a substitute
Our little book "Motbdrhod" fte
USl ABFUIJ MAL ULAM U S Ast. S
I saw the place, for w at's the use?
We may be Jailat.
"I've got to go to Porbd .to.thb.Fair
they hold this year,
And then, of course, Seattle and Ta-
coma souvenir. ;
"And nowi," said he, "I must to bed
because it's getting dark."
"Said I :'Pray tell me where you
sleep?" He winked and said
-Mi n VU Wa I- fist
-- u- n -aterman in sar. juveng
"Were wishes ships we'.i Salem with Post.
the canvas all unfurled,
Nor anchor cast till we'd Albany round
the world. There is nothing lacking to the
"Blue Ribbon Flavor." Insist on your
"But on a boat a Little Rock will get grocer sending you Blue Ribbon Lemon
me offt my feet and Vanilla Extracts. Takes less.
And once in Maine Augusta wind up- Flavors perfectly.
set me in the street.
The Municipal Court.
'%ome towns of which you're Fond du Recorder Laney bad thirteen de-
Lac the means of getting at; fendants before him in the munialpal
You've got to trust in Providence and court yesterday morning for trial. Of
let it go at that. this number one defendant was dis-
charged, one case continued and fines
"I've had my Pliladelphia. but still I amounting to $22 Imposed.
Th: Journal's Daily Fashion Feature
TOILETTE FOR A SUMMER AFTERNOON.,
Some very smart feat:reps of the' t- fall in a cascaded posttllion In the
r.ewer fashions Are exepn!l~ied in the's b'k. .
SThe skirt is a novel Gouih, the
dainty toilette, intended >or the garden; ek lask in deep pvlt at the sd,.
party, the races or other afternoon but these neither stkebed down nor
amusements. The skirt is in a du!i yet pressed. A very full box ruche is
shade of Belleek blue--one of thiT made of three ribbon s of Tarying
porcelain tints-with a dot or. a darker ;dth, the one pose Sat against thi
tint scattered at wide Interials over .".:', and this ruelie is posed in a
the surface. The coat is in plae-. .'b1e festoon that Inteiieci at wide
silk of the same shade of b'ie e'npha- !!te:-'aie along the to6t of'the skirt.
sizing the newer mode of mat an The drop skirt is made vith tie *new
akirt to contrast rathe: tha. n mate-i. Pa~quir flounce of 4a4ei"th, which
Much use is made of a y<-ird a Ila- 2=. e a= p. modish foalMation for th"
taste embroldeW, this forming tbe un- swirling fullness of tle maer shkit,
derbiMoue.a a broad berti'e 'r-!1 tra:;' ,thb btem of which ftsua-t .In the
peas arouad the dswhlders. sipping neighborhood of some r .
shot Oa thr alum the rest. The The sleeve is one in=HO"pe ekW-
silk isU M- n all arem the eatowin the a ce a plainta band strap t
4001" a,, e md4, a Y~ auss 5 evertk. elbow,
sf S Ie 4 Ift '"s-ape s w AM* to dop the
t ea b the w iu. _00t tru vivoht so" ----H -
and Tells of What
Editor Pensaco!a Journal:OF n
Your correspondent left Pensac. 0 a a
on the 29th, c.- June, making tne p- I. Z
sage to Naskville in day light, with
two day stop at Birmingham. L
note less change in the older setti
ments of South Alabama than the h .
country of North Alabama, and w.
der that so many new and prospero'
settlements are being made in th. i
rough broken land. where we of We
Florida could do so much better :
The Louisville and Nashv:lle ra
road has greatly improve,: thze track. os
depots and all its other appointment..
and may justly be claimed one of the
best railroad systems of the South. and too largely of invalids and a goo
We note continued and very marked sprinkling ot crooks.
progress in Birmingham, and it It is eyornd question that a strong
tainly has a great future. .. impression exists in the minds of .h
Our passage from Nashville was FeoptI ct teu whole north, nmat the
made in the night except about the are not wanted in the Soutnern states
last thirty miles of Southern Illinois That there is too much truth in ilt
south of St. Louis. From St. Louis to charge cannot be denied, and that to
this city, a distance of two hundred i. 1i.1h ti.- Is expres.i-t regarding th
and eighty-three miles, we paralle!cd importation of the foreign elements, 1
the Missouri river, though at some quite true also. If our civilization i
distance southwest from the same. of the highest, why shouldd we havs
From Jefferson City to Kansas City such dreadfull apprehensions?
across as fine rolling farm lands as It is a great mistake. Tn.' We.
the eye could look upon, and' at this has become great beyond the compre
time the wheat is in the shock, tae henslon of the average Southerner., D
oats being now cut and the corn about cause of its cosmopolitan character
"waist high." and a strong admixture of differer
In many years of experience and nationalities. In fact, Mr Eitor,
observation in the great West, we i.4 t;,tsitonabl-o which iwnll be be:
never saw all three of these great at this stage of our .iev'levpmen
cereals so fine-in fact in the one whether to get a thousand new settler
hundred and fifty miles from Jeffe-son it. West florlda, or fIrs.t o sendl a
City to Kansas City there is no single equal number of our youn,- Southern
failure of any one of these three great era into ;ne great West, to lo'trn fIll
products, and there can be b..t one and report what is needed to make
danger to either-too much rain great coti try.
before the wheat and qats are stacke.1 JOHN THOS. PORTER.
or thrashed. The same condition of Kansas City; July 5. 1905.
crops is said to obtain all over the
state of Missouri and Kans4Ws. tA Card.
To one who knows this great West
and who longs and labors to upbuild This is to certify that all druggist
our sunny Southland, we can but long are authorized to refund your money
to secure much of the wealth, ana' a if Foley's Honey and Tar falls to cuv
good share of the fine stock from your Cough or Cold. It stops th
l which this great wmalth has been de- cough, heals the lungs and proven!
ritdt. serlbhs results from a cold. Cures 1
W.e are forced to'exclaim as one be- Grippe cough and prevents pneumonia
-fore. "We have not much to offer this and consumption. Contains no opiate'
re< ple but climate," And it is indeed The genuine is in a yellow package. Re
all that is lacking'In this large area fuse substitutes. W. A. D'Alemberti
of our great country. But that is m)re Druggist and Apothecary, 121 S. Pala
than the half ofrJie to those who fox.
know it. Ignorant may be bilss,
sEmetimes, but reiy in this it TH PEPES
death to hundreds and thousands, and THE PEPPERS.
to :i'i the comfort of living, and labor-
ing, In the state of Florida is the big- An OpiWnlm em the White, the Biael
ger balf of living. and he s nappy Cayemae.
In all the lands within owr view on The so called white pepper is at
this journey in Mti0ourif4 perhaps not abomination. Give me the old fasb
a quarter section Op land would sell toned black pepper of our daddies. Ii
for less than one l'undred dollars cer has both flavor and odor and is mosi
acre; and the stock and farm imple- appetizing, while the white is nauseat
ments on each quatter section, and Ing. For real snap and go give me
money in hand, would make up an cayenne. None of your paprika! Did
aggregate valuation of twenty thou you ever sift pepper in your soup anc
and dollars How can we get a l-w notice its peculiar behavior? The blaci
hundreds or thousands of the farm- kind concentrates, all the particles
era, or their sons. and even a tithe ot rn ta the re
this wealth and enterprise? rushing to a common center. The ret
They are Southrons, In a Southern scatters, as if each grain were at en
state and, until lately, stool solid In Mity with every other. Try the expert
political and, social relations with our ment. It means probably that blaci
gulf states. It is to our grea' misftr- pepper Is astringent, while red is laxa
tune that we secure few men of means tive. The people of the tropics consume
large quantities of cayenne and are
Snot accustomed to dyspeysia. I never
FAKE HAIR PREPARATIONS. beard of one suffering from impaired
or Imperfect digestion.
Do Hair No Good, But Often Cause It t u approach ese thn under
to Fall Ou*. standingly. The medical term toe
Many hair preparations are "fake' black pepper is "piper," and this same
because they are merely scalp Ir-i plier is regarded as a stomachic. A
tanrits. They often cause a dr)ne. stomachic is a stimulant for the stom
making the hair brittle. and finally, ach. Red, or cayenne, pepper is "cap
lifeless. Dandruff is the cause of . sicu" and is nn irritant as weil as
trouble with hair. Itn irris a germtant as well a
ease. The germ makes cuticle scales stomachic. If a lRerson a2!cted wit!
as it digs to the root of 'he hair, where cholera morbus takes thirty drops o1
it destroys the hair's v',tailty, causing! the tineture of capsicum in water the
it to call out. To cur, dandruff thtj entire alimentary tract will immedi
germ must be killed. "Dlstroy th, lately be congested, which should prove
couse, you remove the effect." Ne:w. that red pepper is not a laxative. An<
bro's Herpicide is the only hair prep- this looks like a contradiction.-New
aretion that kills the idandruff gerni, York Press.
thereby leaving the hair to grow luxi-
-lantly. Sold by leading drogglst.D
For sale by W. A. D'Aeminberte. drug- THE SMOKER'S PARADISE.
dist and apothecary, 121 S. Palafox. --
Send 10 cents in stamp" for samp'p cathmlt Us o T oHel M l t<
to The Herpicide Company, Detroit, i slte Im oear'sa.
Mich. Bollnd is the smoker's paradise
Not only is the climate one which al
S most compels Indulgence in tobacco
but the fragrant leaf may be bad in
I "ti e Qawe* *abundance and at small cost.
i 1 n S thnnth ,n.. ............ ... .
Such is the opinion of everyone
to our refreshment
But then, you know, it couldn't
be otherwise. We use the pure
Jersey e-cam, pure extracts, andt
its making is so cleanly-weil
It just can't help but be good.
Kandy Kitchen Cafe.
140 S.Paflfa&. Phone 999
A sure, rap~i R wty from disease-increased
Strength atd 'healthy Appetite result from
the use of-'
This Perfect tonic builds Flesh and makes Rich
Red Blood-It is a Predigested food acceptable
to the weakest stomach.
At all druggists and grocers.
AnheUser Besch Brewind AsA'n
St. Lowu., U. S. A.
Modern Drug Store
The place where modern ideas origi-
nate. The Drug Store with I name to
make and which is making It fast.
Whea you want
(ocd. 1'iLVr Drugzgs
at the very lowest prices, and also
all the toilet articles that you are like-
ly to need, ring phone 100.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery
SOLE AGENT LOWNEY'S CANDIES
IP WE HAVE IT. IT I18 THE BEST.
Don't Eat too Much
Meat in Summer
SAYS ALL WISE DOCTORS. CEREALS ARE JUST THE THING.
WE HAVE ALL BRANDS.
CREAM OF WHEAT, SHREDDED WHEAT,
FORCE, QUAKER OATS,
SCOTCH OATS, RALSTON BREAKFAST FOOD,
CRACKED PEARL WHEAT,
SSol Cahn & Co.
-The Pure Food The Store that Feeds
- Store. Phones 178 and 480 the People.
I Goodness Knows the Goodness Shows
In al our low shoes for sumer wear.
THEY ARC STYLISH AND UP-TO-DATE.
Like usual, our reputation for the pest nine years tells
you we stand behind every sale.
No After Regrets Goes with Shoes You Buy From Us.
THE BOSTON SHOE STORE,
eU uurnufmiUt or lte cnHte leads -
naturally to t*tinual smoking, and so
common is the habit that instead of
meaftring distances by miles It is cus-
tomary for the boatmen to declare a
place be so many pipes distant.
On entering the house of a friend a
cigar is offered you, the host sees that 7
you ae kept well supplied during your .
visit, and a tr"h cigar upon leaving Is
as necessary as a hat. Old friends are
not permitted to depart until their
caws have beea refilled, and the neces-
sity for this becomes apparent when it
is known that a smoker usually lights
hs fresh cigar from the stump of the
trfTrios one, keeping one In his mouth
Pipe smokers are equally devoted to
their biWt, taking their pipe to bed
wl* ..ftem and only laying it down
Whed t, be eme sleepy. a ouM they
aWOWuni Riobt tcey iandueiw
a going Fto sel
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117 S. Palafox Street
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lisfilivvt'"~:zuI: flhl fit 4h Iihll IbItI Hll 111
!Wouldnt You Like Sonme
Pretty Dining Room Furniture?
Thete Is a certain sturdy honesty which characterizes 1
the I'urniltaure we sell. Best material, best workmanship
closet buying ake it possible for you to get extra values 5 .
la the Furature line.
Oak Sidchoerd $10.0 to $6500
Dining Roh o Chairs 75 Cents to $4.0
MARSTON. & QUINA,
*SJ.fP*a 'St Phone 148. Pensacola. Fla.
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11 REAL ESTATE ARE
When You Want to Sell IAL.L musREA ESAT i jRSL ARE'
W h nou W a t o.Se l ara ",ll RWeshall be glad to -atruninmalcate
4 lththosedesiring to buy Or Sell Prop-
S ,FINE e ae in model electric tans, Special attention to Reit Imnsur- YOUR REAL ESTATE HODING PROPERLY HA
YOUr PTOperty s ed c and on short notice. ance, Making Loans, and to the CoUlec- will buy Two -rooM buses, renting YOUR RENTS COLLECTED AND REMITTED PRO
Pbone 325 or 10K. P. aK Pearl, 15-17 ..AeL bargain. OE.ly w for a day or Y7TION?
THERE IS NO BETTER WAY THAN TO LIST IT WITH N Garden street. 1211lyW'L FOR SALE. two. YOUR HOUSES ETC., UFICIENTLY COr ]D i
US. WE ARE IN POSITION TO FIND BOTH BUYERS SALT IHFl--,thr dreorin pickeL 6-room house newly papered .SURANO
AND SELLERS IN LARGE NUMR. THEREFORE s rher normation re and painted, on Little will buy a veroom cottage on Eat YOU TROUBID AND ANGERED BY REPAIR NO'
ur Opportunity to Securergain .... .00 11111, ovlet to car ne; large lot YOU THNKING O BUING OR EL
for Fire and Burlar Proof Safes andI 50x]10. W. Garden street p650.00 ee a spc y o Real Estate. Rents, Collec
Vauk Fixtures of all descriptions 41,o W. LaR street ........50.0 solicit.ee and all matters pertaining to Real Estate. W
Purchasers is Superior.. I" byo p oe o _Somf 5... -W-- k.s BROOKS your patronage and antee satisfaction
urchasersism Superior, E lC ity te. to ......................... 1500. $1800.00-Four cottages on East Gregory street; go
Communicate wk me for prices a"E3 of the pretties lots n New
SOthersterms before buying elsewhere. Scar. it rt lot. ew 8. Palafox, Fither Building $1700.OO--Oomfortable one story dwelling fronting
I SJ BB^.,o. Iritt Moreho, Penasolao ,la. . ............. "" I.r- r- convenient to Electric Uine.
BUY PENSACOLA AND WEST FLORIDA REAL ES- 1J2e Chas R00 I1200.00-Story and half dwelling, containing 5 roo
TATE TO-DAY. TO-MORROW IT WILL COST MORE. OR SALE.-17%foot sloop rigged 610 Ja ckson t., newly pa- of lnd, in the city ; near Electric Car
ski at. 8 foot bea irries 75 rds pred, bath ................ 17.60 uld you a house, I will give you I
Scanvass. In good condition. A br'i,412 W. Main St. .............10.00 prices on material. P. 0. Box 288.
.-- ,glai. In. .-A"t C g. Waddell, room 2, 28 8 -Ph" ..........e 310. Joe rater. Yard at Bay- t
Pensacoia Investinent Con. fox St. un.-'L. s.a oBROWN & Co le street Wharf. hos.c. watson
IFOsaco vutm e on I OR SALIL-Steam Auto. almost new 'PIANO TUNING.
A. H. DALEMBERT Mager. cash, part cash or real estate e 200 Thesen am prepr o LADING REAL ESTATE, RENTAL AND INSURANC
W. H. KNOWLES. Prec. h. I. Saggp g, .8can ge.Call at room 4, 7%~ Palafox. pairing and guarantee satisfaction. 17 Cor. Palafox and Garden Streets.
J. m. TILLMAN, V. P. A y. M. KNOWLa4v6tR T s J Telephone 91. years practical experience in th-
REAL ESTATE. LOANV. AElNRAL E INVSTrans. FOR SALK.-Tbe best watermelons tn Sth. J. Conrad Scott, 244 E. Greg-
S15 S. PatTE- St.. PeGENERla IPla, the city can be found on ice at Can- ry street Pensacola. 25junelm*
S1.S Peso S. 'stantine Ceparlsos's, 128 H. Tarragoc na "# and O@@OM -I Parties desiring to makethe tr.ip up..SS al lire. DAILY .
...St.. unelm the sound to Mary Esther, and Free- I tnaSoSlo UliUoD Sa
O - R SABL.-Two pair extra An* NICBLY FJURNISH D rooms for reant port can get desirable rates on the ------- --.-----.-- For Steam
WAyo mul sound and n with privilege of light housekeepin, steamer Catain Fritz. We make R UCKR PENACOLA ELEC
S l. o l Scondition. Also one 2-horse Stud*.-*Block and half from Pal ox, -218 A. wekiy tripe, leaving Baylen strt SPECIALIST
SANT n wh .00 or le, SITUATION WANTED-Youn lady baker w .,W. 8. Grld. 4JIbe. Government -Sat. ltor whrit every Thursday morning at r6 P NYEL THROAT ILWA
Smanufacturing busi- wan ts position as ttenographe. Newly furnished rooms for ight oloCk. Inire on board Wednes. EYE, EAR NOSE AND Trains leav Pensac
.. .x ,r a nee required; profl.s either in city or country town. Com- PORSAL.-Hlf interest I.. n good housekeeping. Cheap. 310 E. RO- day. Capt. J. N. Rogers. 15junelm* Office-No. 6 Brent Bdg 5 Bayou, Big Bayou
,, e, dollars per day. Ad- petent. Good In gures. References. paylngmanufacturingb--iness; about mana St. 1J1unel* Oflee HoursA 9 to 1 and 2 t Navy Yard,
o (s :< his office. 12Jly2w Address G. U. S., care Journal 8lylm $1000.00 required, good reasons for Selt. ULR MAIL U Good onvy. Barranca
1...---,.An.to- d.is.i-bte, same journal jm g. Address Manufacturing, care CAMPING PARTIB oan secure eX- ance for traveling ublite. Daly ser- PATTILLO CAMPBULL, 7:15am ar F. Bar
rl.-Men opl -- Journal. 14Junelm cellent accommodations on -agnel's a"ch WN. rom Chipley to Bay. S:50am ar Ft. Ban
-,ins 3.00 daily. No canvas HU AIT'. Bayou at Sunnybank fruit and poultry h Address J. M. Tuggle, Chipley, tory w. 12:50pm ar Ft. Bar
,,n:-incntal Distributing Servce3 O~ W YOU want to buy or sell aytUliag farm. Fest bathing, fishing and rl. h noom 405 Thisen Building. 3:0pm ar Ft Barr
11i2t-- A little waat ad will bring wonderful ailing. Take mail launch Ruth. Ad- *RAL 4TAT ..-- ..--.- 6:15pm ar Ft. Ban
S\ -A .Good wnie waserwl near PTED-Clerk for general store relts. at M too *s t1c00t drew Miss Anna Carlen, Mary l Tther, WAL WBTlteAT all THOSE. E'LEY, *8:.10p ar F,. Banr
,a. ,,,family. Apply corner, near Pensacola- Must be active and w delay. Fl..f .w,
smal, family. Apply c. ,thoroughly experienced. Address ,- F a., 15junelm. t C the rd ad w LAW, REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND Saturdays only.
n= SAM.-Ten H.P.bailore bhld your hou e oa ea td r COLLECTIONS. Trins leave Fort
and 1th sree_ -9 perintendent," Care Journal. 12Jly3t FOR -AIL-Ten H. P. boller -and ea The Capt. Baker house, large and alry, t ,o Dr ho. e ia kls time pay. COLLECTIONS. Tains leave Fot
.-Any girl in need oti YOUN .. c. glne in good running condtlUon. Ca delightfully located on bay shore, a (t P HONE i ..... 59 .8 m. Pensaol
,p. advice, etc.. Will andc boG e ns how wu trated catabe-r be seen at Pensacola Iron Works & Fisherville, newly painted and paper- TAILORING--- L Diamond, Tilon. P 1:00am an Pensa
the i Mroinassistaceb- -aP- rae in s supply Co.'s. Apply Pfleoffer's Steam ed. Bathng, boating and fbshain G s i st d pressed and J. P. STOKES, 0m ar ensa
he Matron of the Salvation tradeIn few weeks, maled free. Moler Bakery. l1June. Terms $7.50 per week. Special rat.s .epel.On sho ,_ Doti N.. .11 ar Pensa
.'-. cue Home. ,33d St. and a rber Coll ew Orgeans, La.-,.. .
Itse Home. St. and lm FOR SALE-Horses for sale and alo to eafamilies Mrs. Fannie Rettinser-, wEs GWnrmnt .. P-eaooa t-Au1neya ulclloatLttW m P
I- irmingbam, Al. dWANTED-A ts in different for hire. Kentucky Stables, cor. Jet. Furnished rooms for light bousekeep. deo 108 East Government Street. *9:00pm an Pensa
*WAN.TED.-Agauts in dian Zarress S We, .oe t usg; Phone 931, 2 rings. pqR ONZ DOLLyft. p. G ral
STED.-The Merchants Transfer ties in Florda..tohandle Alpine S person and ZarragossaSts.Joe We, ; e O ON DOLLAR AF General Law Practice. UNDAY
% ants your moving ad ballua. and Lock Oo.'s Fire and Burglar Proo: Prop 16junelm. E t.. eM.- et.l w haul _out w-e.i- Electric car will
:- akage guaranteed. T. B. Thor- Safes and Vault .Fixtures of every FOR SALE.-1 8-hole range, 1 out ROOM aND BOAR.-Deb ghtthl lo. 36 st .eve ora o Ed erngAVILEATTO every hour from 6 a
Prop. Phone 978. 18junelm. description. Write me for terms. door hot air brooder, 1 lot partridge ation bay efihing. boating, btht of Mrs. C. Herring ATTORN AT-LAW Inclusive, and Saturd
Scarritt Moreno, Pensacola, Fla., Flor. Cochin Chickens, oyster shell grind- ng eand f berg. Inqlire of Mrj E Room 500 Thlei Bd. Phone 74 11 p. m., and leave
.TED-A light second handskit. Ida State Aent. 28june. er. 60 foot Galvanized pipe and point.lle. .ju 1m. SAILMAKeR, Pensacona overy hou
bce iA4t ] W-_--IaavasseIS APpply to J. P-Muller AForbes', D rFOR RENT.-Two .furnished rooms DR A --R. Orer, tkenf
Scuraae 2rW caqTEd re Icnv ssers C S Good Store. 16June. for rent. Light housekeeping.,01 W tVtsawis ..camb stoolsan for DENTIST sacola at 6 a. w
--,Wwanted;wwI pay straight salary to216 & 5CM tools and h ousea. w
TED--To buy for cash, a few the right m Addreom 8., Journal kxR SALE.-A small sailboat. A n a s c .. tL Prioe m aonable, 8Igo MODERN DENISTRY turning, leave the 181
-:,rc American National Bank june. staunch and safe boat In any weath- PARTIS who ~ins to o s rthou t -at- a. m., and the 2 p. z
State price. Address J. L. f..w- I Itt6rs B Ier. Address P. X., Journal OSce. teams r ms lfor tto "L M a" MODERATE PRICES Big Bayou at 2:40 p.
Journal. lsjuneam* every West Ftorda town to write 25June matter, will aid The Journal Waint a t andice-Southwest corner of Palawoi et Fw
U. dTh...e o eope accident Insurance. H. H. Tbornt* CHIC KEN WR T produces egaS Ads a great help. MO.r41 TO LND--on good real s Electric car will le
W.1.\TED.-EverD one to w that Gi.Aat Maryland Casualty C.. Makesfowls especIallyWllSat OR R~Tt Two nelfur hd ni ed ***t t~M A. WSr soo e Oe-Fhr Bld t Pe
*menttnd t depot and' intellltpeon eaa The Rche pest food d ebel e. rooms, with hot ad cold water a2et at. :Leslie IL B C. So. D D. D50 1:50. 2:50. 3:0
er the lad a well good income corresodg for new- Mellen Co. d Ph ae1. LL 1t bts and privilaet of telephone Ap. bud IST te. B Bay an
ervethe-ladiesaswellAtrefresa- paaess I ing; fxpenien ringDENTfroe Big Ba,
S ayofunnecessary. Sed for particular for boarding house. Apply W. S. Gar- tt.lm N LOAN a Specialty Porcelain, Inlay andnt, but will obs
men _,l3Junelm A GOOD secorn1Syndicate, Lockport, boilOR R N 12 BAly P HOTR -AL-N night day.tage with A We etty l~ ast dg Work. car schedule and wa
A.\TE-You to gelaved,cric work o a er, onlY. used two onths.Jne3 Apply to roR RENT-New ve- liomht cottage ment stone basement and e e ate W me.o W Oe- isheron wit it.
p : .d or gc:dynamo do your whairing etc. 9 w th avenue. Inquire at Turton's Photo o th ad 14th A M LOA D i a
Slutedencia and Baen streets eet k nd b rmi dwellingETr ansentrade soll 1 one ROOMY COTTAGE at head R AL-ome on Bharges reoronable. Phone 525. from Fort Baran
d B r So, 103 S m. ered at y tie of y. No. 40 Corner Hayne and Wrn s ht. Suitable ghttlly located fourroom cotte 28 uth lax S ne 1144 l T stem train
T. N. Lcata Prop. EverMt ing ot r Po for boarding house. Apply W. S. Gar- Magnola Blu61 0 o LOANIdD on noo 0ral e nt w
S r luneiom.f SA -imbna hors e ld. sMen c er Apply to Aeld. cM i UNI a w escf III b out ft EAM E
SA GOOD second-han d steamboat. boil- uly FOR SALb-N.t- C choice block onto Se St b e Doe ti ts W. G. BARRO
\ ANTEI--Your ectrinc work ot a! er, only used two months. Apply Fto OR RENT-New five-room cottage omet stone easement ando ealectrie l W on Jh t b ab- FIRST-CLASS PASr
. :D- t us clean your fPensacol reThe J. J. McC l Ce., Freeport, rla.1 on car line, corner 13th street and block fronting on aiew Park, toot Room Brnt ildng Phone, 6.
e Le: The Journal PO 8th ed. Address 444, caInqure atJour ons Phaoture avor 14this section and ItMMLOfD inds of pe
S., Asolv. the problem i or yi..eC, .r g 9callery. cannot be duplicated. A. V.b Clb property n short til UnoticUSt -
.:i lutiendenca and Baylen streets i. sweet milk and butg.rmilk, de- NICE RENT.-Residence lately o> -8on- ers e. DW. uPllaid upOtaA A ,I
]lionelm. l Ived at any dUi of day. No. 405, Bayou Chico; known as the Swift lghtfully located four-room cottage 282 South Palafox St., Phone 1144
Slad C.ed n the 2S0 or 3 BelOOnt street. PbO ar e7. 7j lam* cupce. The ver. W. Hlace for parties at Magnolia Bluff adjoining Raoadlow 22n
Sowishingto spend the balance of sum- enclosure. Apply to A. M. McMlala ULL D aiuII DREWS, MILL
n of imported pure olive o, FOR SA e mblat phone mer months. Aply Wtreet . Cter, at at between town all ks at personal r And all point on St
S ESTE in gallons, half th ons yrs ol 1 an* so. d a an FOR ENT-Tweety-room ose e. and Little Bayou. a For reward, re- .obnd ando ..enD IY ,,ineb ou o tA ER 0
.' orauea rC. 1 B c andT O DDbZars joaA wk turn to F. M. Baount, 22 Bast Wre e Pe lA W nsGol
S ;ar. Itoe. Also registered bro are. A.a" FOR LgSi-t" CtOieor n lock On tio m l ew orkT Loa. b Co.e, l
S o e RE Hinman, Century., 9a. 6j'y FOR RENT.-Lower floor of desirable "St t ridge elt of the e mer f~-, July 30eth to be ah r.C e A
... D-The peo le of Pensa l ol -a. S. re idence on North Hill, unfurnsh- railwy, between 7th and 8th streets LUMBER, LArWD CYPRESS
S D-Haullag and t ro aster i J 10ckored. i -W ing the city "UCnBlock 80 New City; cannot be dpaeD OR STOLEN- SIubbs.NLES AND KILN- Orks For additional Intor
%fsle phone p6o. Reidce r OR iefct aMltl rtaroother lots in and aondthe city. Ver l ight red cow, with a defective horn. DRIED itAPShn. sent A J. R.
.e ep Ao deit Whcti, 2and8 N. Cato to k ie A realI a ai. cheap. Phone 470. J. C. Peb. Reward or return to 1501 N. Davius I 1 a 0 PE R. COBB,
E man-Or er or The Jokiat foI be seen at JI- Me hel Lmenr FOR RENT.-wo ric storeT, STRAYED OR STOLEN- Tdyed and repa clled t Pensacoa
-au Pncsote ind Pa2e.0 Caoal 3,0W o bo To GrO Pro al slast SSm cpd 10_ South TarrS. a streetN Small W. blT uroan oaiowirgnd OallkAnddesvered.
. c' halfo ptr ofcitc q e h l O wreos Apply to Tol. ablty. t o o ward to fre LFua street Appl tO lent .,bo, ct 140 w. eve CmOLnt StA FAN 1RR FAW L
D af chrpcgI S eL lea h 43g. PalafO x street. M. 0. clothing store. 6tolylw n. ."h Ph.- Np. 19 **- And all pl int on S t
s ou o sacOa Baracks and ar F M Blount 22 East Wri ht
F b elie & 0 3~meb~I
L "a ShipUe fd. sm. NO
"" NORTH HILL PROPER 7Y.T
A IL BINGHAM waste vow emoorit- ag T C D-^ *^^.
Laujing. He guarantees all break- .tForRe
S n *g S aun F, dr.- tent. Six desirable nbuildfg lots at O ".
S0t0 i 7oo Waet Intendencla ........ ... 50
Si: -pection and tallying of North Hill r ce, 10 ro32 West Intendencia .......... .5
n 662. Rel"s N ot N .............. AS T HI R
Ie- S 0. . -. :W8TORES AID OFFICES.
"LN-ANu-AD FURNITURE, ONN-
-- Articles. Jewelry and U e~g
Att .ce weatsd. We 9 pay
- Addrem P. o. k b SK (tAr.
T.*E RENTAL BUSINESS to o
.;.a.ty and your bes~s wll
careful attut. D. aLs w -
& HUI'A. contracting palaters
.rators. lne varniahia
:a Sign painting a pe-
.-nce phone 249. 17my.
'*"- Orugfs.- 35 years old.
n:%a.:,ng store i)r doctor, 4e-
Wold bmy satll
V '..y kind. Bust referemce.
D ,a'in. Horse Creek, Ala.
21 Wet RWnmaa *............ 20.00.
314 EMast-n '............. 17.50
Sweft MaleN .. .............. i00
421 East 1vemnoseIt ........... 11.00
MONEY TO LOAN AT THE LOW-
EST MAJU .9 *A OP INTEREST.
- e. 87.
A Nice HO, m 505 E. Gadsdn 7 rooms, at
eW NOARD FOR tARAt4hf.
We Advertise FPree.
ER REAL ESTA
315V/ South Palafox, 'pt"sIrs,
suitable for elub o efflhes,
705 South Palafux.
207 East Govermmnet.
MONEY TO LOAN AT THi LOW.
EST MARKET RATE OF INl REST.
ola for the Little
rancas *8: 50pm
* m. to 10 p. m.
ay night only at
Bib Bayou for
nr at 7:30, 8:30.
0 p. m., with the
car leaving Pen-
hich will, on re.
g Bayou at 4:20
m. car will leave
eek day schedlW
ay, April 15.
ave Pensacola at
11:60, a. m. and
S4:50, 6:60, 4:50,
inning throufa to
you to Palmetto
rrlval of steam
a and will then
ead of the ttaLi
will run as at
rve this efeetrie
work Iv connect.
LE, ST. AN.
. Andrew Bay
unday, 8:30 p.
tuesday, 8:30 p
nation apply t
. S W "agsr
., ** : -. r ab T_* uai'
- ;7..- J.
- . -I i l a
t. .y ~ V
r 'i -' i '
S~&I owtas by/ the month.t
Sabutsf oau l Classical
dW^ CWk -Now im Wu l
A letter just reee"lJd by Principal
Armstrong from Prtacetoa University,
informing him of the success of one
atof his pupils, Mr. Penn Harvey, in
passing the entra examinations of
Princeton. furnished another proof of
the excellent preparation given in our
school here at home. None of the
great colleift in our country has
higher entrance requirements than
Princeton's and the taet that students
can be sent directly from the Pensa-
cola Classical School to such Institu-
tions is a matter our city may congrat-
ulate itself upon.
This is the fifth student of the
school to enter directly the greater
institutions of learning on leaving
their preparatory school.
Of these Mr. Petterson Marroni was
the first., entering the Naval Academy
one year before his graduation here.
His standing as a naval cadet has been
consistently amongst tne best of his
Mr. Clarence Charest, who likewise
lacked .-ne year of graduation from the
Classical School. entered the law de-
T~t t- - 1- Ah-6
aInmen o1th me university of Micni-
RSI I an without a condition ani has
made an enviable record for himself
by his work there.
Last fall two of the graduates from
...tor benefit of.... the Classical school went off to uni-
versities: Mr. C. Franklyn Zeek to
SIS I KS OF MERCY, Tulane, o accept the scholarship which
WARRINGTON, he had won, and Mr. Herron D'Alem-
W19y, bherte to the University of North Caro-
0 0 lina, to win a scholarship for his
qNOrg school by the excellent showing made
i his entrance examinations. These
Laves Palafox wharf at 7:30 p. m. young gentlemen entered the sopho-
Leave Warrington at 8:15 p. m. more class in their respective univer-
sies, thus saving one year in their ,
.Ticket-Adults, 35 cents; Children, course, and each has won such com-
ocentL. ments on his term reports as "very
high standing" (this in every- study),
and magna curm laude.
ayD a Ex wrf n oThe Classical School may well boast
a Y r of these Its only representatives in
y A U U the higher educational institutions with
a pardonable priae. and the communi-
ty may take as just a pride in having
here at hand a fitting school that is
Bhe Wotl Lea e second to none ia the quality of its
work, as it is shown in such results.
PALAFOX STREET METHODIST THE nENSICOLA
will give an excursion CLASSICAL SCHOOL
ThurSday, July 13th,
The tug "Monarch" will leave Pala- OPINION OF EDUCATORS AS TO
fox wharf at 8 p. m. for the Life Saving ITS WORK. I
Station, where a stop will be made,
and then a run into the Gulf.
Cars will await the return of the P W
boat. Prof. Walter Miller, professor of
Greek in Tulane University. after
ADULTS, - 35 CENTS visiting the Classical School, wrote the
CHILDREN, 20 CENTS. following unsolicited opinion to a'
friend and colleague:
"The Pensacola Classical School is
doing a splendid work for the cause of
southern education. It is established'
CAPTAIN upon broad principle-, it cherishes the
highest ideals of scholarship; it main-
n ntvins a hich slqnlard of excellence;
yBE M aEDIU I UNDSONVl and by the best modern methods and
equipment it secures 'horoughness or!
LAUNC ES training comparable with that afforded
by the great lilting schools of the east.-
CUPID, ROBT. L. E., NANC AN To my mind the Pensas'ola Classical
School is one of the very best secon-1
EDNA S, dary schools of the south." i
D,-. Venable. presi'cnt of the Univer-i
can be chartered' by the hour, day or sity of North Carolina, writes: "It,
week. Terms, reasonable. gives me pleasure to testify to the,
Fishing Tackle and Cooking Uten- thoreoti.ness of the preparation of the i
sils furnished if desired. student, who have cowc from your!
S school to the university. We should4
PHONE 204. bx glad to have more of the same 1
T IBIE I Dr. Geo. Petrie. professor ot Latin
U" i IE fl and History in the Alabama Polytech.
OWNERL nic Institute. writes: 'I consider the,
OWNER. Pensacola Classical School one of the
best fitting school. In*this section of
the south. I can confidently endorse
Sthe thoroughness of its work and the
healthy, manly atmosphere that per-
BAY EUR IO vades the institution.
For further information or catalogue
"" .. of the school .address
e *i Sta to H. CLAY ARMSTRONG,
Life Saving Station
LIGHTHOUSE TO BE BUILT
RM KM JULY 14AT HILUSBOROUGH INLET
Postmaster Budge has received
....gived by the.... plans and speofications together with
a letter from Major W. K Oraighill, in
LADIES' AID OF THE FIRST CHRIS- charge of the government engineers
TIAN CHURCH. of the 7th and 14th districts, with
lhp A atti re" a t-- it i o Al a -l eaost.
nerauqrdae at motie, am., request.
ing him to make public the Informa-
Tti T M ARCH on that a lighthouse is to be erected
a Hillsborough Inlet, 12 miles above
I t here, says the Miami Metropolis.
Is been secured and will leave the The plans are very explicit and con-
wharf at 5 p. m., stopping at Warring-! tain the exact ihtorination desirable,
af each way. and those wishing t6 bid on this work
Will leave the life saving station at can see them at the office of the post-
p.a. on return tripmaster.
Sp. on return trip. The coast near Htlhborough Inlet
REFRESHMENTS SERVED. has recently been the scene of the
grounding of several vessels end the
tiDULTS, 35 CENTS. report of the coast survey imm, diately
CHILDREN, CENTS.; recognized the necessity of a light-
... house at this point.
DR l. GONZALEZ MAY
d aI 00 TO PANAMA SOON.
. # aw
Dr. Gonzalez is to receipt of letters
ftcm the department at Washington
relative to going to Panama at an
Sarly date to assist in the sanitary
Dr. Gonzalez has been highly rec-
i ommended for the position by some of
the officers now n ela.-ge of the work,
A and he eapecta to gft.be appointment
- ITUNSa a &Sow fr
during the hot summer
months. Thin sides, water
proof roof and a dry foun-
l 5m to A,.
MW. to $60
If you don't keep cool the
days, the fault is not ours.
We have all sort* of thin am
summery things, -bought a
brought here for yar cautfo
You can certainly take it cool
Our soft, thin Shirts, aur th
Underwear and Hdalery ligi
weight Hats. Oxfords, and a
sorts of thin toggery are at yo
We believe we 1ave all t
good things in summer tlin
for which a man cas ask.
Our prices won't prevent yi
from selecting exactly what yo
Why Pay More?
H. 0. AAIISO
CA SHCLO B
Ca. Mlc anmd
Io \ Home
or tive- ea
adItitonal carao of 47, pen sa
S'fAte g Anything
12,,, ara 4g i It systematically? If not you can -.:.
flib "y I investing a small portion of it in *^
r. VT CU. AttUntiin.
The members of Pensacola Council
Knights of Columbus, are requested
to meet at their hall thi; morning at
9 o'clock to attend the funeral of our
late brother, T. J. Hurley.
JOHN B. JONES.
EDM. FOX, Grand Knight.
THE LASTING BRICKS.
Ome Uade, Theae Cakes o*f ask*w
Clay Are Go" Per All Time.
se hFrom the time the clay is dug out
of its bed until it finds fts permanent
nd place in some building's walls as a
ad brick it is handled not less than a huu-
itL dred times and by more than a score
if of different Indirldnals.
Ia Take into account the persons and
it- processes directly and Indirectly in-
all tested in brickma'king, masonry
Mr building and Inhabiting such buildings,
and the human mind is baffled by fig
be ure reaching into the trillions-and a
ga trillion is written 1,000,0%,O000.O00!
Once made, a brick Is practically in.
ou destructible. Nenarly roery brick that
Od iaes ever been made by man froia the
beginning of time is st.l in existence
eQ this earth. The men'who made aad
Said them and who directed these.
operation have long since been trath-
irtd into dust. Some of %iem nbave
doubtless contributed in their hodies'to
the making of more bricks. But the
steadfast and enduring square of
S baked Clay persists and will until the
heavens and earth are shriveled like,
Upon inscriptions in bricks our earib
emt knowledge of human history d4
peds. Kings whose glory has passed
p- utterly 00t all bpt their names
|r h pe M still owe the pefat '
ot f tee aamo te a a
rtumeiuy, ani on account oi the grent
merit and popularity of Foley's Honey
I and Tar many. imitations are offered
for the genuine. These worthless ia.
stations have similar sounding names.
Beware of thew. The geruine Foley s
Honey and Tar is in a ve!!ow package.
Ask for it and refuse any substitute.
It is the best remedy for coughs and
colds. W. A. D'Alemberte, druggist
and apothecary, 121 8. Palafox.
During the season of early vege-
tables and unripe fruits, diarrhoea
and bowel disorders are prevalent.
Calais' Simaruba Bowel Tonic stops
the fermentation, kills the rolsonous
germs and cures in a short time. Prica
25c. Sold at White's Pharmacy.
* TERSELY TOLD
Rendrix & Carpenter will furnish
estimates on building and painting
and give personal attention to work
932 E. Strong, and 824 East LaRua
McKInzie Oerting & Co., wholesale
and retail ship chandlers and grocers
the only first-class house of the kind
In Pensacola. Fair prices to alL
Why use Interior paper, when you
can buy Kelso Bond. French Dimity
Kara Ltne, or Crane's Bond at C. V
Thompson's, 30 S. Palafox.
A Neither tbe'Captaln, Own
wre Qpr consignees of the
Genusa steamship Bell"g
gl4, be responsible for tu
-ina_ .beIlby members of the crew o
1td aH. susm
Equttal* Endwmelamt Policy.
SKwwles Bros. ,.n w,
Fi Uf. I^BW13 DlU3Pensacola.
The Wnilo Central Life
hs a lower et1 rats" lower ezps =aet. and higer
ifrt rat any cpsauiy dootg buslaMa in Floria
It amWei bo o y fm y"s to deid m fetO.
WEll turn out your laun-
dry i- quick time and
right. very plcOe is
handled as carefully as
yao would handle it your-
s elf, thus insuring longer
life for your linens.
The Star Steam
V7 amSter t Ph" 114
McMiHan Bros. Ce.
Naval Stores Market.
Savannah, Ga., July 11.-The naval
stores inarket closed to-day as folb
WW ................4 60 to $4 70
W G ................ ....... .. 4 25
N ......................... 4 05
M ........................... 4 00
K ........................... 3 95
I .......................... 3 90
H ......................... 3 85
G ........................... 3 80
F ..................... . . . 3 75
E ..................$3 57% to 3 60
D ........................... 3 35
C ............................ 3 35
Spirits Turpentine, 58% cents.
New York Stock Market.
New York, July 11.-There were
some scattering gains shown by the
opening prices in the stock market.
but most of the important stocks were
lower. Metropolitan Street Railway
fell 7-8 and Union Pacific and United
.u t B.mteomt, Br...iI Ban.a,
2W7, Tampieo to Gulf Tnmft Co.
Ao asta, at as L4evich, 1716
New York to OWif Trasit Co.
Sallaggio, G6r as, LOW, Boss, -New
York to A. A. Brown & 'Cb.
auatngham.'a r as Flause, 1685,
L Pallmae tq rr. J. Schreyer.
li, Br s, leelsen, -12i, PoIarea
to'J. A. Merritt & Co.
tert, Ital ma, Parodi, 2697, Boston
to Gulf Transit Co.
Goodwood, Br so, Boog. 2313, Balti-
more to Wm. 8. Keyser Co.
fachmoor, Br as, Curtis, 3078, New-
Cite to Gulf Transit Co.
KYdona..O"r as, 141., Kahdy., ao
Pitch Pine L mber Co.
Miramas, Br as, Anderson, 1561.
New Orleans to Hyer Bros.
Rtomola, r as. Presant, 1380, Huelva
Stauhope, Br as, Harr's, 2132, Phila-
delphia to W. S. Keyser & Co.
Bicania, Ital s, Blanchl. 1i28, Genoa
to Gulf Transit Co.
Teresa, Aust as, Persleh, 2331, Gal-
vetton to Pensacola Lumber Co.
Vlvinia, Span as, 1983, Bustinsa,
Tampa to Gulf Transit Co.
Wanderer, Br as, Hunter, 2666,
Liverpool to A. A. Brown & Co.
DeGrogerl Globatta, Ital bk, Fer-
rari, 1294, Buenos Ayres to Yellow
Pine Lumber Co.
Emelia, Port bk, Dominges, 1117,
Buenos Ayres to Pensacola Lumbei
Ital bk Due Cingunt, OlivarL. 1258.
from Genoa, to Rosasco Bros.
Innocent, Ital bk, Garriano, 769, Ft
de France to Rosasco Bros.
Ocean, Port bk, Molledo, 1123, New
Orleans to H. Baars & Co.
Thomas. Ital bk, Garro, 803, to C. B.
Harry W. Lewis, Br sch,, 279, Matan-
sas to J. A. Merritt &Co.
Julia A. May, Hondurian sch. Scott,
The Mobile Register of Mc 8 ay
The oice of the ooUlar of t
port of mobilee has q*ite Sn unals
case of clearance on its bands and
will probably require others from V
department of commrme od Ibor
Washington to make na"l diSpoSit
of the case.
Yesterday the dredge Galvestc
which has been on the docks he
since about the middle of June und<
going repairs, asked fof clearance p
pers, which request was refused.
was shown that the Galveston had
German register, but Is Amoriei
owned, claiming New iYork as h
home port, and was flying the Anet
The history of the Oalve ton seen
a little clouded. She wae built in Ge
many and was brought to this count
along iith two other dredges Ju
after the Galveston flood some yea
ago, for the purpose of &edgingI
the. Galveston harbor. Theboat hi
been engaged there ever snlce. Be
eral weeks ago the Gtlvestou clean
coastwise in Galveston for New Yor
and later put in here (or repair
When she asked for olearasce yeats
day Chief Clerk Conway at once a
that there was something wropg, at
on the grounds above heated thb clei
ance papers were refused.
The boat is in charge of Capta
Leech, who is well known in Mobil
having formerly run the Pensace
Into this port. He could offer no e
planation of his condition to the cc
lector, but immediately got into coi
munication with the owners of tl
boat. It is probable that the Gaive
ton will have to remain here until ti
department of commerce ana lab
act stpon the case, and it may be thi
that the boat will be ordered seize
as there seems to be *Qpie doubt fro
her present conditlon, as to wheth
she was ever entered in this county
ATTENTION. C. K. OF A.
You are respectfully requested
meet at C. K. of A. hall Weesd
morning at 9 o'clock for the purpose
attending the funeral o of our
brother, T. J. Hurley.
THOS. JOHNSON, fleretary.
EVERYBODY WHO WANTS
NICE MELON WEIGHING 20 TO
POUNDS CAN BUY SAME FOR IC
AT GEO. W. PRYOR A SONS.
0 ever helped one reform
office work as has the
$2.50, $3.00, $3.50.
COME'S BOOK STORE,
123 Phone. St.
27 Eat Garden Stret
Ar-i-a F urids -I Aaba_ h y .
skarit, TlbMad Mlorgiia li 905.
Schedule Taking Bffect May 6, 1905.
Lv Atlanta (C. of Ga. Ry)... .12:20a.m
Lv Macon (C. of G. R.) 3.46a.m
Lv Cuthbert.. ........... ':5a.m
Lv Arlington.. .......... 9:O1a.m
Lv Bainbridge.. .. ......11:009a.m
Ar Tallahassee.... .......12: 65p.m
Tallabiaseo (8. A. L. Ky) 1:5pm
Jack'vlle, (S. A. L. Ry.) 7:40p.m
Tallahasee.. . .. .... 2:Wp.m
Sochoppy.. .. .. .. 8:1p.ma
Lanark.. .. .. .. .. 3:45p.m
Carrabelle.. ., ......... 4:00p.m
Apalachil;la.. .. ........ 7:00p.m
.. ... .... ..*.*
8:15am S 3>3
S:29a.m a 3'so
10:05am 1I, 9; p
10:1a.m l: 3.p.
2ot~en No. uN.MMN. 6 NO.4
ALv Apalachlools-. *,....9:301Lm ..... ....
Lv, Lan-aimki.. -.. ,..11:45amn 2:Z0p.zm 6:45pm 4 '14:
IIN 0cbpW . .2q14,AS 3:I14paa 7:Zlp.,n L
Ar Tallahapssee. .. 39.. M 61apj :0p.u 8:35P.m0
Lv Jack'vIlle.(S. A. 3.I 0:004LO 4: 0*,.m
., (S.#.IR,R) .2: lop.= 1: @p~m ....
v allahas 3.......I 5p.na 6: 2$a~m : 46p~m I
Lv Baimbnidg.. *.. 5: 25pm 8: Vi~mAr 10:26p.m q .1 11
:Ar Arlint9 .7:Z6paa 10:la6&m 1........
LT Cutbbet.dOt eUXV.) ..:48p~m 11:15a.......... Ar Il *I
Lv Macon, (TORIw
Ar Atlanta, (C. A 4 1. I~en 4:35p~m ..... 4
-'i. :35a~m 7: 5p~m......... 7:5
M&V~miriee - om. ama A,
,u a a"a
epart from, and arrive at, Tf-o
ig ahlrtTige Sunda"e at *:20 a. m. will be
"* WNW S Ltark .ee brekfaet.
CUKw.I o. ALSTON.
MIGlaI t Pass Aga.
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Iron Works and Supply Co.
Manufacturers and Repairers of
MACHINERY AND BOILERS
FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
Prompt attention given to all orders, day or night. Anr'i,
for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dogs,. .-a
Chains of all descriptions.
Office Phone 123. PHIL WITTMAN. Mgr.
Residence Phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123.
a;c ~ WuN ~ General ~Age
l. States Steel, Preferred %. The deal- sel, Am sc t.
Sings were on a moern cale Iassel, Am sch. Reynolds, 1225, Bal-
e ins were on a modern scale., time to master.
td, Magnolia, Am sch. Houseman, Pas-
a New York Cotton Futures. cagoula to order.
en New York, July 1.-Futures opened Am h Ward Key West to
er weak. July 10.85; August 10.90; Sep. master. Am ch ard Key et to
y. timber 10.97; October 11.05; Novem master.
ber 11.12; December 11.18; January Ships.
o 11.24; March 11.34; May 11:41. Agostine Terrizano, Ital ship, Cu-
ay nera, 1170, Liverpool to master.
"bt New Orleans Cotton Markets. Evelymion, Rus ship, Aylinr, 1882, St.
te New Orleans, July 11.-The market Navaire to master.
opened steady. July 11.05 bid; Au-,
gust 11.00; September 11.50; October NEW DOGS HAD
firstname.lastname@example.org; November 11.09111.12; TRIAL YESTERDAY.1
December 11.12 bid,;.January 11.17.
i '% The two fine bloodhounds, which
TO TAKE BETTER. Sheriff Van iPelt recently purchased
CARE.OF BAGGAGE. fiom Texas parties had a trial yester-
S--day afternoon and' proved themsel,-s .
A Large awnings, which are to be used to be everything which was represent
c by the L. & N. baggagemaster, arrived ed of them.
c in the city yesterday, and' were being The sheriff has taken the precautions
placed in position yesterday after-, to have these two blooded anima's
noon. J j kept entirely separate from other dogs,
The awnings will. cover a large and also at a point where no one can
space east of the baggagemaster's reach them. No one is allowed to'
,efice, where it has been customary toi feed them except the jailor. and when
store baggage, and will protect thel they are taken out for exercise the
latter from the weather. Heretofore I sheriff is in charge of them.
it was necessary when the baggagnj
room was filled to leave trunks out in; FUNERAL O0F TIMOTHY
the weather and without cover. HURLEY TO OCCUR TO-DAY.
RAN DOWN BY The funeral of Timothy J. Hurley.!
HC'-TON'S MESSENGER. who expired Monday at his home will
crecur this morning, the funerala' cor-
C. S. Bonacker was knocked down, tege leaving the residence of Robert
run over, and painfully bruised yester-. H. Langford, No. 114 West Garden
day by one of Hooton's Pharmacy bi-; s8ree at 10 o'clock and proceeding to
cycle messengers who was riding up' St. Michael's church. where the ser-.
Palafox street at a break-neck speed. vices will be conducted.
The boy claims that he blew hisl All of the orders of which the de-
Shorn. but it was evident that .r. ceased was a member, will be in at-
'Bonacker did rot hear it for the wheel tendance. During yesterday there
struck him with the full force of its ere many callers at the home to of-
momentum. fer conoblence to the bereaved family,
Mr. Bonacker probably thinks that and to look upon the remains for the
while Jack Hooton's fast delivery sys- last time.
tern may be all right, there is no ne-
m cessity fcr running over pedestrians The Original.
in any such reckless manner. Foley & Co., Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung =
aK A#Itrravad n i-mn ff---
Oufitter to Men and Boys
205o207 S. Palafox
YOU'LL MISS A GOOD LOT
If you fall to purchase onp .,-
more of those we have for sa.- *
They are in localities wh, 7.
property is sure to increase ia
are below even rh*.r present
values. The terms can be a--
L ranged to sut. ion't miss this
chance, but come in to-day. Ti-
y morrow may be too la-,.
AGENTS NEW YORK LI FE INSURANCE CO.
7 SOJTH PALAPOX STREET. .PHONE 7t
--Ik- w - I I--I---- ^---I
ICE, COAL and WOOD
Consumers' le I nd FuIl Cmpansy.
Office-Corer Chae and 'arragona. Poes 25M.
[aw!= an a
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iLB iC __ i~LIL
USE GAS FOR COOKING! I
The ready versatility, the all-around goodness, the
perfect adaptability of the gas stove for cooking, is
one of is supreme virtues.
THE GAS COOKING STOVE IS ALWAYS READY.
Will be glad to have you call and see how delightful
it OLA GA
PENSACOLA GAS CO.
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