The Pensacola journal

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The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title:
Daily journal
Alternate title:
Pensacola news-journal
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
Mayes & Co.
Creation Date:
July 19, 1905
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ;


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

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amese Minister Not Sagaime
Regarding Peace Nego-



Will Insist Upon Suitable Terms
Before Concluding Peace.


By Associated Pres.
's.-Baron Hayashi.
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MIIY SOON BESii of6sirtlllnrer

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Lar Party Sai t le in Favor FORCED TO RESIGN
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By Associated Press
St. Petersburg, July IS.-A sensa-
tional rumor is current here to-day
that a large party of semstvoists and
doumaists at Moscow au.? in favor of
deposition of Emperor Nicholas and
the establishment of a regency for
the Grand Duke Alexis Nicholaelvitch
(the infant son of the emperor anul
heir to the throne under fonr zrran.

cessary to Retain It


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people :]










Squai n of Cavalbry d
C aitonl of io r 1
Maimin Onrd

,-day that while dukes. i sr .....1.. .
.. ; v,.:e, good men as k is alleged that for this reason the
-. ncverhbeless Mr. meeting of the all-Russian zemstvolst By Aoclated Pre. By Associated Pres.
Rsen did not inspire and oumaist congress, which was to Mongomery, Aa., July IS.--After
... Ren did nt inpire take place to-morrow at Moscow, ha Washington, July 18.--Clef Statls- n me Ala Jl r
:;,ince as to a favor- been prohibited. tician Hyde today present his re- e receipt of a telegram from the
, ,'h negotiations. i ignatlon to Secretary Wilson and Mr. authorkie t Linden that the ly
helnegotiateont rting of Robert Richardson, a negra
,,,w what powers have Wlson accepted itIn the letter confined n the Moren county jai
tu them here. but after r Mr. Wilson Hyde says that during wvas imminent, Governor Jelks order-
p:uJac*t feighdeene months his four years occupancy the ofee ed Major V. B. Atkins, in command of
Sla eieh'n month has been constantly under fire. Five a cavalry squadron to go there at
.. put confidence only in times the oSee has been investigated once. Richardson is suspected of the
i tact We will discover and each time he has been vindicated, murder of Dr. Frescoe near Linden.
-,.rene what these powers I January, 1903, he was awarded Nothing has been heard from the
M1. Havashi. $2.500 damages in a libel suit. He scene of the trouble. The governor
;,union ,ha" tile Japanese W IPA tluous fight has considerably short- trol of the situation.
)tli I. nlodt-ra(,l to whici ended his life and that a powerful or-
l"i s, ,, where their Tn Ii ganisation has now determined to CAVALRY ORDERED TO.
I rh an irlea. The public I bring about his reslgnaion. He does SCENE FROM SELMA.
he Jau nes tor' U I l not regard the position worth the fight
e asl intima:e that Japan necessary to retain it and the organ-i Selma, July 18.-The Dalas Dragoons,
to continue the war unles action is welcome to whatever satis- the cavalry company here, left to-
t ontaole therm called at- faction it can derive from the unequal night for Linden, the count seat of
it a that th e w t lamll l struggle. If friends believe he should Marengo county, on a spel train.
:;- nded atnd the IW151. m"'W -J ao t retire under fAre, he rem n s them It is reported that the miNti wu,
-'; ,, of" Sakhalin was l te re never w s utire whh fw* d z2ed there b. the ert ,nJl m
S :-. approach of h O W- m not under fire. a negro who had commlitred some t-
the natural Ioif -- In accepting the resignation Secre- dble crime. It is impossible to get
S .paiTgn plans W I nI aS mm tary WHlon testifies to the ability any reliable information at this hour.
'nec Russia with which the olce nas been co.-
An attack ducted by Mr. Hyde, declares the ac- COUNTY AUTHORITIES
prevented by The city council met in special sea- curacy of the reports is recognized by ARRESTING VAGRANTS.
sion last night at 7 o'clock to take up the public and in all investigations of -
the bond ordinance on its second the ofce no facts have been brought The county authorities have begun
reading. Mayor Bliss presided and to the attention of the secretary impli- a crusade against that class of per-,
SS ,< H AR VESSELS 21l of the councilmen except Ald'r- eating ,Mr. Hyde in any way. He tes- sons, with which Pensacola is filled,
FLCOATED BY JAPANESE. nan McHugh. Hays and Wright, who tifies to the untiring ana' faithful ef- who have no visible means of support,
are out of the city, were present. forts of Mr. Hyde and expresses re- but who are seen at all hours of the
\,. ,ffic. r who has The ordinance as amended and great that failing health makes his re- night hanging around saloons in the
\.-thu reports passed on second reading now pro- tirement necessary, downtown section of thi city.
S t. the vides'-for bonding the city for thej 'Five arrests were made Tuesday
:-,, .it:,er than following amounts: Welch Chose Referee night and yesterday, all of the pa'-
: 1aun., that Water works ................$250.000i I ties being charged with vagrancy.
S : hi; are- un- Sewerage ................... 250,000 San Francisco, July 18.--Jeck Three were men, who were found in
S1 h'.a; ha: the Paing ..................... 150.o00 Welsh, of San Francisco, has been saloons, while two were women. It
\, i:hn ci Hall ................... 75,030 named to referee the Britt-Sullivan is expected that the work will con-
S -. ave j, x Police Ltation and Jail ...... 25.000 fight at Woodward's pavilion next Fri. tiniue until the city is cleaned of this
'1a, ; navi- I lday night. class of characters.
o* ". ' , ofi Total .....................$750,000.
L R,' The date of the bond election is.
i :. a:.' ,I :he mid fixed for August 22. The bonds arc PENSACOLIAN INJURI ED
to bear a rate of interest not ex-
ceeding five per cent.
The council will meet to-night in
A\iRICANS WIN regular session and in all probability IN LOUISVILLE SI E
pass the ordinance as it now tands.

E. Associated Press.
-To 'h-" -urpr., -

atm- ani AusTra-
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< (;l n;()n ot
1;;'. ,'' Fay for
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y Aemciated Pr.
Rochester. N. Y.. July 18.--Ftt
train No. 23. the Chicago and Detroit
special. on the New York Central
railroad, was wrecked in Bat Roch-,
ester to-day by striking a freight,
train. Thi< engineer, Jaaus Clark, wls
fatally injured, and his fireman, loas-1
sey. of Buffalo, was ariously scalded.
A passenger was swerely cut and




GATE $300,0000.

By Asociated Press.
Louieville. Ky.. July 18.-The Louis-
ville and Nashville Railroad Cogipany
arranged to-day to use the train sheds
in the rear of their depot which was
burned last night and trains were
sent out on schedule time. Neither
the Pennsylvania nor the Monon
roads, which also use the Union sta-
tion, suffered any delay. Temporary
quarters for the train dispatchers are
being erected. The depot was totally

destroyed. The loss is about $300,000.
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Seventeen Expired in Greater New
York and Ten in


By AssocIated Pres. -
Washington, July 18.-There wllt'
Do material relief from the present
high temperature throughout the coun-
try for three or four days, according
to the weather bureau to-night. n'it-
highest temperatures to-day con-
tinued in Eastern Pennsylvania, Eas-
tern New York and New Jersey, whe-;e
the maximum readings of 96 to 98 de-
grees were recorded. There were
six prostrations from heat to-day, b it
none of the cases proved fatal. The
official thermometer here recorded 35
degrees, two degrees higher than
yesterday, and marked the warmest
day of the year.

New York, July 18.-Iate returns
from the hospitals show ten as the
total dead from yesterday's terrific
heat in and about New York. More
than one hundred cases of prostration
were reported by the police. Every-
where in the city thousands of per-
rons spent the night on roofs and
,domrsteps, while the park benches
wvfe eowded. Sleep was almost out
of the Q1uetion. except under most
tavomble cOadlUc a, eoelaiy .oa the.
east aide and in the quarter known as
the tenderloin.
Owing to a strike inaugurated by
700 ice men in the employ of the Am-
erican ice company, di.,comforts of
the heat wave were magnified to-day
in many sections of the city.
Brooklyn seemed to suffer from the
beat even more than Manhattan.
Seven of the dead lived there and
the ambulance service for all the hos-
pitals worked almost incessantly,
eleven calls being received in 25 min-
Chicago, July 18.-After thirty-one
persons had been prostrated and teq
of them had died during the hottest
day up to date this summer, a breath
of cool air relieved Chicago last night.
The relief was short lived. After a
few hours the wind veered again and-
the heat was intense throughout the
early morning hours. Cooler weather
is declared to be in store for the lat-
ter part of the week. The maximum
temperature of yesterday, 94, equalled
the record of last summer, which oy
tidd coincidence was made on the
same day, July 17.
Boston, July 18.-The heat which
aonnired new energy late yesterday

mTe Louisville and Nasnville carries "--"-- -- .--. -------.
its own insurance on all buildings and' continued to day with promise of near-
rolling stock and no insurance com- ing the record mark or the summer.
pany therefore is concerned in tne During the night the mercury did not
oss.. All records for twenty years, .go below 70 degrees and it began to
and maps and plans of the engineer- rise with the dawn. By 10 o'clock
ing department, were destroyed. Only it stood 88 according to the weather
one person was ijur, a Mrs. Broad- bureau thermometer. Thermometers
o ne person was a urla a Mrs. Broad- in various parts of the city registered
hert, of Pensacola. Fla., who as above 90 at the same hour. The hu-
sPlightly cut by failing glassabove 90 at the same hour. The hu-
ill be built at nc Teemidity to-day was slightly below the
pot wil be rebuilt at once. normal and there was a light breeze.

Mississippi Supreme Court

actedd Press New ork, Jy 18.e Bith Admits Hearsay Evidence
- !~ -Elihu Root steamer Indrani, detained at quara2n-
-.',, New Yo k tine yesterday for ewrsmltation for,
the oath as symptoms of bubonic plague among' By Associated PreIs, trial and while the two boys were be-
tit aid his com- the crew, was allowed to proceed to Jackson. Miss., July 18.-Hearsay ing taken to jail. one charged the
u;p he reins her dock to-day under her own ol- evidence may be admitted in criminal other with getting him into trouble
ie will remain cers and a new crew. rThe eew, conm- cases, according to a Supreme Court and a quarrel ensued which was over-
-' however. prising forty Chimasuea and LAscars.j decision if it odrectly quotes the party heard by a lawyer named Getts. The
Were taken to Hofman's Island tor charged with a criminal onense. The latter was called to testify in behalf
observation. The Indrani ce from point was brought before the court in of the state at the trial which resulted
I ERsNCinese and Japane ports the case of James Denmore and Willie in a ten year sentence for each of the
S Wallace vs. the State from Circuit prisoners. An appeal to the Supreme
Ci 'C N. MANNING TRANSFERRED Court of Hancock county. Appellants Court was taken and the chief point
LLE BY WOMAN TO DENVEL COLORADO. ere convicted of criminally asault- set up was that the evidence was
tag & girl, one holding her iibHe the wholly hearsay and not complete. In
SMr. C. N. Manalu and family will other attempted an assault which was a brief opinion Chief Justice Truly, of
"e-cc ated Prea. leave for Denver, OOte14Mo, about the unsuccessful. After the prelminary the Supreme Court, held otherwise.
--Mrs. M. 24th of this moLth. *r. Manning has
S:ile rowing been transferred to eqe cf the Singer
h he: oar a Sewing Machine Co's stores af that
S qiiickiy dis- city as m nafte salma. The
-a lar-re'many friends of Mr. a Mra. Mann- A t t t
i:,-Fin as the ing regret to e t Agslea Pensa-U to to
.'*::1-ked the cola. as they have ms m al-t friends
d t during their ta bs Mr. an A hlf hbmor's reading the The Journal' Want Ads.
.. .. kiled it came here from 5i ha
*.i;;.aa4 seC teen sfacesofr b Uve yw d=< &= w earned in UoU whol e life
.. -. Mtneasurdi tutjeis for bla or misp F fr.ek
',. -.ixteen and inPsanos oh Wl *b*est; Oft bo
-tL r.eA.awrencea oa t 80"s hM fti L

Wm. F. Williams, Who Did the

Shooting, Held for Murder

in Ist Degree

Fired Five Shots and All But One
Took Affect in Bodies
of Victims.


lost Atrocious Crime in History"
of City.

Who Is Lying Seriously Wounded from
Pistol Shot hy Man Who Killed His




Growth to Be Encouraged in British
Possessions to Liberate Trade
from Speculators.

By Asoclated Press.
Washington, July 1b.-An apparent-
ly well organized movement that has
been started by the cotton mauufa:.-
rurers of Great Britain to encourage
its growth in the Britisn possessions
and countries other than United States
where natural conditions favor profit-
able cultivation is reported to the
department of commerce and labor-
by consul Halstead, at Birmingham,
England.. This movement is being
directed by the British Cotton Grow-
ers' Association and was started to
liberate the British cotten trade front
the danger of American speculators.


By Associated Press.
Washington, July 18.-The navy de-
partment has finally accepted the bat
t!eship Ohio, flagship of Rear Admiral
Train, commander of the Asiatic leet.
The Ohio was built by the Union Iron
Works of San 'Francisco.
By Associated Press.
Annapolis, Md.. July 18.-Hazel H.
Dicks, of South Carolina, anal Thomas
B. Richey, of Virginia, have been ad-
mitted to the naval academy as mid-



John White, shot dead, as he sat in
his chair reading.
Edward Dansby, shot through neck
and expected to die.
Jas. A. White, shot through chest
or lungs, resting fairly well with
prospects of recovery.
William Fletcher Williams, who did
the shooting, in jail, charged with
murder in the first degree, that being
verdict of coroner's jury.
What is probably the most col.l-
booded murder ever commJtted in
the history of Pensacoil occurred yes-
terday when John White, the well-
known ciotw ~ as hot dead as he
sat in his chair by Wi". F. Wiliams,
a clerk in his store, the murderer
then turning his weapon on his fel-
low clerks and seriously wounding
Jas. White, the dead man's son, anil
LElward Dansby, manager of the fur-
ihthing department of the store. A
;S-calibie Smith & Wesson revolver
was the weapon used. all five car-
tridges being fired and four of them
taking effect. The victim was shows
twice, one ball entering nis chest ex-
acily in the center anil coming out
ot his back under the left shoulder
blade. The other bal entered the
right side of his neck, taking a down-
Vard course and lodging somewhere
In the body.
Jas. White was shot once, the ball
entering the side just below one nip-
ple and coming out of the other sifl
just below the other nil:ple.
Edward Dansby was shot in the
right side of the neck. the ball tak-
ing a downward course and lodging
somewhere in the body. It caused se-
vere internal hemorrhages which will
probably result in his death.
Win. Williams. the clerk who did
tne shooting is in the county jail.
Details of the Tragedy.
Just before 5 o'clock yesterday
afternoon persons in the vicinity of
John White's store, which is located
at 205 South Palafox street in the
most prominent business block in the
city, heard two shots in quick suc-
cession, followed by three more equal-
ly as rapid.
A Bloody Scene.
A rush was at once made for the
store, Cuyler McMillan, Constable
Chas. Bobe, and Robt. McLellan, a
printer, being the first to enter and
the scene that met their eyes was a
Cloudy and tragic one.
Jas. White, covered with blood, was
struggling with his father's slaye.-,
vho still held the smoking weapon is
his hand. As Mr. McMillan entered,
young White called out: "Take hi..
Mr. Cuyler, 1 don't know whether he
has killed me or not."
Mr. MeMillan grasped Williams
around the arms and body, while Con
stable Bobe and Mr. McLellan selfst
the revolver, wrenching it from the
frenzied man's hand. The weapa
iad been broken and the empty e -.
ridges ejected, apparently for the 9 se
ose of reloading. Williams was l.
nediately hurried over to the county
Lying at full length on the flor,
where he had been standing when
shot, was Edward Dansby, breathlb
heavily and paralyzed from his arml
Died Without a Tremer.
Seated in his chair was John WWt
he unfortunate victim of the awfd
ragedy, a bullet hole in his brest,
mother in his neck, the newspaper
rhich he had been reading on the
loor at his side, his head t
tightly back, one foot till nr.
oot rest in front atof him. To a c '
observer there would have been intl
Bg but the small allet worndis ar
he deathly pallorO ht ehwfc t,':
odi.te that he wa A ead. E .- ..

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Frank DeRoy, the young man ar-
rested Tuesday night by the police (on
the charge of having robbed the cash
drawed of D. Mitchell, was arraigned
in the municipal court yesterday
morning, and was lound over to the
county authorities.
As DeRoy is alleged to have stolen
$40, he is held in the county jail upon
the charge of grand larceny.
Press Clubs Meet at Detroit.
Detroit, Mich., July 18.-The fif-
teenth annual convention of the In-
ternational Association of Press Clubs
began here to-day. The frst session
was devoted to addressed of welcome
and responses and organisation wo-k.


may pay yS u a higher wage

July 18
By Associated Press.

Southern League. i
Memphis 13, Atlanta 3. t
iShreveport 1, Birmingham 2. 1
Little Rock 4, Montgomery 3. r
New Orleans 4, Nashville 1, (first j
New Orleans 0, Nashville 8, (second
game.) s
South Atlantt League. d
Charleston 2, Augusta 0.
Columbia 2, Macon 4, (first game.)
Columbia 2, Macon 0, second t
game.) t
Jacksonville 0, Savannah 3.
American League.
Detroit. 3, Philadelphia 6.
Cleveland 0, New York 2.
Chicago 1, Boston 10.
National Leage.
,New York 1, PIttsbur 2. t
Philadelphia S, CtnsnaUtl 4.
Bh"kly 2 C2 a I c .
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LL Langllier Enters Suit Against
1 G. Peters for Half of Land
Owned By atte.




The Jackonville Times-Union of
yesterday says: Cap. Harry Foozard,
ct this city, vlce-prelient of the Jack-
ionville Towing and Wrecking Com-
pany, has been appointed by Governor
Broward to be a member of the State
Board of Health.
Captain Fczoard is a well known
citizen of Jacksonville, and has the
respect and esteem of all who know
him. He 1. brother-in-law of the
governor, and, incidentally, the gover-
no" is president of the company of
which Captain Fozzard is vice-presi-
dent. He will take :he position on
the state board of health formerly held
b (Ivprnnr Gfa B ud

A big suit was entereThe announcement of the'appolnt-
SbM s -I the Unitwed Staters c t whica j of the state board of health was made
Ssk olives several hundred thousand in the allahasee tte published
the Times-Union yesterday morning.
It ir an absolute! pme tozric~limacres of land. It is that of A. L. thc Times-Union yesterday morning.
It is an abomlutelyure tonicstimulant, acres of land.r a is that of A. L. The other members of the board are
NN i bd exd:4iTby M!artyMMXP doe- Langelller against R. G. Peters.. Hon. E. M. Hendry of Tampa and Dr.
toead aed in more tha z230 hospitals Mr. Langellier, in his suit claims a Hon. E. M. Henry of Tampa and D.
In all weakening wasting, run-down con- one-half Interest in all the lanis Horace L. Simpson of Pensacola.
ditions of body, brn, nerve and musle. which were purchased several years These two gentlemen have served on
Absolutely pure and free from fusl oil. the board for the pst four years, and
All drui.sts and growers. or direct, $1 a ao by Mr. Peter from the Ioisvile have been appointed ps f our years
brittle. ]0,iirl oo1klct free. Duffy Malt and Nashville railroad, this claim be- h
lhisker C .. H4 '-trN.. N.Y. Ing on a contract entered into be- more.
EUGENE ARBONA, Distributor. teen himself and Mr. Peters.
The value of the lands will probably Years or suffering relieved in t
S_- reach $100,00. Mr. Langellier acted n!ght. Itching piles yield at once ta
as agent for Mr. Peters for a number the curative properties cf Doans OInt-
E ASEiiSm t~ years, having his headquarters in ment Never fails. At any drug store,
Pensacola, and through his efforts 50 cents.
several hundred thousand acres have
NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. been sold, but there still remain large BE A BEAVER.
Notice is hereby given, that on the tracts some of which is very valuable
3d day of August, A. D. 1905, applica- on account of the timber contained ia Muaeal Daru.
lion will be made by A. A. Ericson, thereon. It lsn't always best to brag about
W. H. Tharp, Leo. S. Maas. J. E. Mc- The firm was known for a number your gifts. Out on one of the bole-
Kinley. D. A. Frank, and Rudolph of years as the Michigan Syndicate. vards lives a man who lays claims to
Richards. to the Governor of the State a musical ear and plays a little on-the
of Florida. for letters patent incor-1 For Forty years Dr. Fowler's Ex- a musical ear and plays a little ot
prating the Pensacola Development tract of Wild Strawberry has been piano Frequently he has crtiied
& Construction Company, under a curing summer complaint, dysentery,s wife for what e called her b-
charter in words and figures follow- diarrhoea, bloody flux, pain in the lty to carry a tune.
Ing: stomach, and it has never yet failed "Your ear, it you bad a musical one
1. to do everything claimed for it. as I have, would show ybu bow to car-
Th name of the co ration shall ry a tune," he would say. One day he
The name of the coi paration shall!
be PENSACOLA DEVWE.(PMENT & BE A BEAVER. complained that her piano was out of
CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, and itsi tune and asked his wife to telephone
principal place of business Pensacola. A Grmn gnmn was oe e for a tuner. She decided to test his
pturina Uiis lv lt,- oD t- nJf Bwn Uu. A German gentleman was one eves. *&,mrical ear." s that night srhan he

2. Ing riding along the public highway came home from his business she said:
The general nature of the business near Imola when his horse threw him "Will, please try the piano and see if
or businesses to be transacted is .o and bolted. He picked himself up and the tuner has done it any good. I
buy, own. scl! and deal in real estate, lighted a match to see what time it haven't any ear and cannot tell, but
to improve the same for re-sale, to was, but found that his watch had you can."
lay out and p!at towns and villages stopped. Just at that moment two The man sat down at the Instrument
and streets and alleys and avenues bicyclists hove In sight, and he went and played a simple tune. "It's all
the-ren, construct sewerage systems, forward, making signs for them to right now," he said. "That fellow did
water works, gas and electric light stop, but the men pedaled furiously a good job."
works; to operate and maintain stores, of sight. About two months after the His wife summoned up her courage.
commis.saries. warehouses, wharve.ia gentleman was reading an account of Will," she said. "The tuner didn't
and bridge; to buy, oww, sell, operate travel in Italy when he came acrosss some today. He's coming tomorrow
and maintain boats, vessels and fe.-tofdlwnmgso:
ries: to loan money, take securities: I the following passage: morning."-Kansas City Times.
tU construct, erect and maintain fac- "One evening we had an adventure
stories of all kinds, build and contract, with a brigand. We were bicycling The Landlord's Prayer.
to build houses and buildings and otheri near Iniola, when an individual in a In a prayer book of the time of King
utilities and improvements, and main- long dusty cloak suddenly sprang from Edward VI. of England appears the
tain and condu-t liotels. restaurants the ground and with a small lighted following prayer for landlords: "The
and lawful places of amusement; and, torch, which he flourished with furious earth s thin Lord and all that is
to do and perform all other acts Incl. i lesturs. demanded ourk-atches. We -,j ,_. ,,.a

dent or convenient to, or usual or witi great agility, but by the akin of
necessary In, the carrying on of the"b
necessary in the carrying on of the our teeth, avoided the I11 intentioned
business herein specifically mentioned fellow and, shouting that we had nI
or enumerated.lo and, ting that we had no
3. watches, made off as fast as we could.
The amount of capital stock author- Whether followed or not we did not
ized at Twenty-two Thousand Five wait to see."-Rome Letter to Pall
Hundred Dollars ($22.:00.00). divided! Mall Gazette.
into shares of the par value of Ten
Dollars ($10.00) each, payable in 1aw., Tbe Old Man m Ctu.
fu! money of the United States; ten Nature indulges in an occasional
(10) per cent. of which is to be paid joke. There is found growing in the
in cash upon receipt of letters patent, desert region of North America a spe-
and the balance to be paid within thirty cies of cactus known to botanists as
(30) days thereafter.
daPilocereus senllis, or the "old man cac-
4. tus." There is in this plant a wonder-
The corporation shall exist for the ful resemblance to a human head coy-
erm of ninety-nine (99) years ered with gray hairs. The plant is
The business or businesses of the slow of growth, and small specimens
corporation is too be conducted by a are more frequent than large ones. The
corporation is to be conducted by a,
President. a Vice-President and a Se. i plant is covered with long white hairs,
retary and Treasurer, and a Board ofI which completely hide the body or
six (6) Directors, who shall be elected stem of the plant. These hairs are fre-
at the annual meeting of the company quently gathered into locks, adding to
to be held at Pensacola on the first the resemblance ef the frowsy head of
Monday in September of each year, oa old man. Plants known to be twen-
and, until the first election of officers,1 ty-flve years old are but a few inches
the names of officers who are to con- in height, yet specimens v found
duct the business or businesses of thb. which are twenty-five feet t8t and a
corporation are A. A. Ericson, Presl- oot in diameter, representing, t s be
dent; W. H. Tharp. Vice-President; D.oved, the growth of several hund
A. Frank. Secretary and Treasurer;e growth of several hundred
and those three together with Leo J. years. In these gigantic specimens of
Maas. J. E. McKinley end Rudolph "old man cactus" the term "old" is
Richards, shall constitute the Board of quite the most appropriate part of the
Directors. title.
The highest amount of indebtedness Hts Selllh IPowdew Cart ld*e.
or liability to which the corporation How a man's life was saved by a
can at any time subject itself is One' common seldlits powder is described
Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,- by a German physician, Dr. Frank,
000.00.) who was called to treat a man who
7. had swallowed a large piece of tough
The names of the subscribers are as meat which stuck in his gullet As it
follows: was Impossible to dislodge the meat
Leo. S. Maas, Selma, Alabama. who by natural meanstund as the patient's
subscribes for 2-4 shares; J. E. Mc- condition was critical, the doctor tried
Kinley, Selma, Alabama, who sub- the efficacy of the gas which is geser-
scribes for one share; A. A. Ericson, when the constituents of a se
Selma, Alabama, who subscribes for 1
share; D. A. Frank, Selma, Alabama, ils powder are mixed. He directed the
who subscribes for one share; W. H. man to swallow the two halves of one
Tharp, Selma. Alabama. who sub- of the powders separately, and the re-
scribes for 1 share: Rudolph Richards, suiting pneumatic pressure, aided by
Belma. Alabama, who subscribes for the man, who shut his mouth and
12 shares, closed the nasal passages, was sumffi-
A. A. ERICSON, cent to drive the piece of meat out of
W. H. THARPE, tle gullet into the stomach.
J. E. McKIN'LEY, -Ma we sa
D. A. McNK, -a1Cg Wm Happy.
RD. A. F N AR "It seems to me that the way to
RU make a woman happy is to give her all
State of Florida. County of Escambia. your sympathy and affection," says
Personally before the undersigned Dr. Edward Brooks in Rocbeselr Her-
aeared A. A. Ericson and W. H. aid. "As for overlooking any faults, a
arp. to me well known to be the man ought not to see any faults in his
badividuals described above as sub- wife. If it does happen that there are
seribers, and acknowledged their sig- a few very patent ones-and I suppose
attures to the foregoing instrument. there are some women who are not ex-
IN WITNESS WHEREOIF, I have aetly asiges-a man ought not to see
er nto set my hand and affixed myithan he sees the spot
Ssea, this t day of July A. the sun when It is shining brilliant-
[(eal] E. R. BURGOYNE, I l In the heavens, and he ought to re
Notary Public. member that bo matter what dtislla-
-- os he may experience after mar-
Sate of Alabama. County of Dallas. riage It wd he himself who undertook
Personally before the undersigned the responsibility of taking to himself
appeared Leo. S. Maas. J. IB McKlnley, a young woman that he promised to
D. A. Frank, and Rudolph Richards, love and honor."
to me known to be the individuals de-
scrlbed above as adbscribera, and ac- A household necessity. Dr. Thomas'
knowledge their signatures to the Electric Oil. Heals Burns, Cuts,
oregoing instrument. wounds of any sort; cures sore throat,
IN TEBTIMONY WIERBO(, I have croup, catarrh, asthma; t-ever fails.
berenato set my hand and aexed my
cidal eeal, this 3rd day of July, A. D. REGULAR BAND CONCERT ANCD

atn neu mereinn, otwithstanding
Sthou hast given poesesaion of it to the
Children of men to pass over the time
of their short pilgrimage In this vale of
Misery. We heartily pray thee to send
thy holy spirit into the hearts at those
that possess the grounds, pastures and
dwelling places of the earth, that they,
remembering themselves to be thy ten-
ants, may not rack nor stretch oat the
rents of their house and lands nor yet
take unreasonable fines and Incomes
after the manner of covetous world-
lings, but so let them out to others
that the inhabitants thereof may both.
be able to pay the rents and also hon-
estly to live and nourish their families
and relieve the poor. Give them grace
also to consider that they are but
strangers and pilgrims in this world."

Long Life

Liver and

Kidney Cure


A dose half an hour before breakfast
each morning will insure you perfect
health. It acts as a tonic on the liver-in-
creasing the flow of bile. Does not gripe,
improves the appetitemakes digestion
a reality, cures jaundice and all dis-
orders arising from an inactive liver.
The formula for

Long Life

Liver and

Kidney Cure

of purity alone exceeds all other costs of our brewig.

The absolute cleanliness; the purified air; the -

filtering; the aging; the sterilizing of every bottle.-

to omit these precautions would save half our expense.'

1r4 for Me Brrmwp Reflivj.
&o fizal the cork or crOw ii Standei

But purity means healthfulness;

and that is worth

more than all else. ,

Phone 16
The Lewis Bear Co.
Main and Pal-aax, Pensace

t Made MilwaBeer

It Made -e MilwauFe Fi


Special to The Journal.
Olive. July 18.-There was no ser-
vices here Sundy on account of our
pastor assisting a minister at a meet-
ing in Alabama.
.Miss Dora Mace and Mr. Ben Howe,
o'' Pensacola, made a pleasant visit
here Sunday, returning Sunday after-
Mr. Jodie Creighton is at home from
Milton on the sick list.
Mr. Levy Creighton left Sunday
right for Brewton. I
Miss Maud Colley, of Bay Minette,)
is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. B., G.'
Creighton. '
Mr. John 'f lbn has returned home
from Sheffield, Ala.
Mr. Robert MArritt made a business
trip to Pensacola to-day.
Mr. Telfair Majors, from Molino,
visited home Sunday.
Mr. Harry Brya&s has gone in busi-
ness with Mr. Marion Merritt.
Cured Bright's Disease.
Geo. A. Sherman, Lisbon Red Mills,
Lawrence Co.. N. Y.. writes: "I had
kidney disease for many years and
had been treated by physicians for
twelve years; had taken a well known
kidney medicine and oLiter remedies
that were recommended but got no
relief until I began using Foley's Kid-1
ney Cure. The first half bottle re-1
lived me and four bottles have cured
me of this terrible disease. Before
I began taking Foley's Kidney cure
I had to make water about every
fifteen minutes, day and night, and
passed a brick-dust substance, an]
sometimes a slimy substance. 1 be-
lieve I would have died if I had not
taken Foley's Kidney Cure." W. A.
D'Alemberte, druggist and apothecary.
Missing-John Nealy Vermillion, a
white boy eleven years old. Has scar
on left side of chin. Disappeared from
his home about three weeks ago. Anyj
information will be gladly received;
by his father, W. L. Vermillion, 623;
Heinberg St.
Yacht Thistle Returns.
New York, July S1.-The schooner,
yacht Thistle, which competed in the
trans-Atlantic race for the Emperor
William cup several weeks ago, ar-
rived at New York on the return voy-
age to-day.
Rebekah Lodge.
Members of Staff No. ,1 Naomi R'-
lbekah Lodge. I. 0. 0. F., will pleas?
attend practice to-night at 8 p. m.

was discovered and furnished to tha REGULAR BAND CONCAERT
Long Life Remedy Company by Father DANCE AT ELECTRIC PARKA
Office of Judge J. W. Owen,
Edwardsville, Ala. OFFICE OF THE CUSTODIAN, U.I!
Long Life Remedy Co., Annlston, Ala. Postoffice and Court House, Pensa-
Gentlemen-I ,have been a sufferer cola, Florida. July 14th, 1905. Sealed,
of chronic constipation a id indigestion1 proposals will be receive at this off i'
for the past fourteen months, have, until 3 o'clock p. m. on the 31st day
been unable to sleep afrer 2 o'clock of July. 1905. and then opened for, -
a m., and have had a feeling of removal of old boilers and settings =
smothering have tried two or three and installation of new cast iron sec- =
doctors and got no relief. Last Thurs- tional hot water bodies and conne- n
day I began using your tons in the Abovwe named building, in --
day I began using your accordance with the specification,
Lo LAO Liver copies of which may be obtained at
this office. JOHN E. STILLMAN, Cu.s- '
and Kiney Cure todian.
S ** -. < and have slept
better and felt better than I have in NOTICE.


J Engraving and Fine Stafthnry.

^ Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention

K. O. Zadek Jewelry Co.

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l'l l llll ll- rr l t -l-ltl::=l-l-l- -l:::i'--i"

Quality, Construction; Fini Price

Four Quafications that Characterize ur

CiTMMrUn riuTiiiT'rn' IS

3ummL runiutattje
Metal Beds in various designs and colors,LOO to o ll ttreei

$2.50 to 15.00. Rockers $1.25 to $20.00.

10811K) S. Palafox St. 'Phow 14L -as

Miill fhIIIIlt IlIii!-AllitinI flnw numufhufh

a year. I have told my trends about Neither the Captain, Own-
it and will always 'have a good word ers nor Consignees of tle
for Long Life Liver and Kidney Cure. American schooner "Helen
M. Atwood" will be respmn- C O
sible for debts contracted by the Crew .
For of said vessel. WM. F. WATT,
To order. Captain. r-
H lnn rosel BE A BEAVER i

. 4.- -?


There will be a meeting of this
body on the first and third Wednes
days of each month at 730 p. m. All
delegates are requested to be prw
ent. Z. ROBERTS.
W. L IDMAY, PresideaL

PenSacoa LdMge No. 3. IL of ,
meats every Maday evening at I:
o'elek at thlr Cate Hall. Maou
Watson balldag. former Palafox i4
Gardestreet brethren m
dally welcawtL
L. C. VON w1rtR. C C C
.L HOBMRS L of I. &

tbLn Zadge pIa
IS Leat?, mP r mn
Tbhwin y l edg at I:I
WmIs MO t Cum
bex *& sawr, Dlcsa
4w"IUainbesdn, aluta. 3
ert e~ww Ps~ato~ ae4
Carden streets Viitlag kanlgu hts
cordallY wicoM04
C. J. Levy, ILcc L &a

Knights ef Clwnbua.
Meetings of t
Kigbts of Coianb i
a bld at "heir i.,
ciNo. 3 West rW.rn-,.
cs street. on ev -,
Momay eveniag .i
'7:0 o'clock. .A :
vitation is ez-tndel
to visiting Knights.
EDM. FOX. Grand Knolht

PeOn1eot Lodge No. 4. .. 00 .
Pensacola LdgNa. 4. 1. 0. 0. F.
meets every Thursday even!n; st 7 Y
at the mew hall on West uar i
street Vtottingsp bren cor.!L&
vit&ed. N. A. NEILSON. N. &
B Wr. wrOvlEM, Secretary.

Naoml Lodge No 10. Rebekab ht
tew Oeets every Monday n:ght it
8 o'clock t L 0. 0. F. Hal. TI
ttiog sisters cordially Ivrted to '
UIve Oak Camp No. W. 0. 1,
meets an Pythian Hal i st aed 31
Wednesday In each month. VI luac
Sovereigns cordially ln-.ied.
F. A. BOGHIC., C. C.

Execelor Eaam9pment, 1. 0.
nacelstor Encampment N )4 eXc
ei secod ansd Iurth .. e':na'?dol 9:
L 0. 0. V'. aaIL on We t isara
stre Visiting patriarch .a;:n
T. 0. STIrNs N,
Chief atrlar:h

Joppa Led e, 1. 0. o. .
Joppa Lodge. e6, 6.0 0 0.'
ee ever Tuesday evni: : :'3
o'clock at isEord Hail. \et: Gi-Js
street. Visiting brethren ,ri .)j ,
Wlted. H. JYUDE1 .NE S G
C. L. SMITH, e.s

OCa ,Jreq Los No. 4 wooiaes'
Circle. meets every Thl[rs-.3Y .t 3 %
SVisiting sovereign cor :.i.' r
d. MBRS. B. UL-'EN.

M g. j A. No. 81 mee:s
third Wednesday evening a
., .Radord Bal., No. 10 We-: i"
deacd Stroe.
. L AWMET A Sec.


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New Orleans Grocery Co
Wholesale and Retal,
Phone 50. JAS. McHUGH Proprietor,
Established, 1874.
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Ni "' :a Alvuarez. of Warrington,
* a;oistant beacon light
..,. .- qi:;r ill at his home with
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W I'jica~n. of Evergreen, Ala..
t" : ," '' yesterday on a short
t- v.i and registered at the

ndr of Joe Stone. in this
S i. phased to know that he
S --fully operated upon at the
:. ary in Mobile Tuesday fur
s Reports trom there yes-
'roon were to the effect
getting along nicely.
-n Hotel Arrivals: Jno. M.
'- atlebery, A.a.; H. C. Den-
-. ;el, Miss.; D. Mover, New
C A. Hefleld, Orlando. Fla.;
S. A:,.i. Wewahftc-hka; Geo. Hi.,
M- M '.; J. 0. Gillespie. V. S.
Kr; I S. N.: J. W. Vicklev.
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Gitano Machetta, the insane Italian,
who ran amuck in tne western portion
of the city last week, beating up an
aged lady and dealing Deputy Sanders
a couple of hard blows, was yester-
day taken from the county jail and
carried to the state insane asylum at
Chattaaoochee for treatment.
Machetta has been very violent
since he was placed ind ail. and Tues-
day night it became necessary to
handcuff him, and in addition strap
him down to a cot, for fear he might
injure himself against the walls of
his cell. During Tuesday he turned
allowed the water to run over the
prisoners below, wetting bedding and
everything in 'hat portion of the jail.
When the officer from the asylum
went to the jail yesterday morning
there was anorer fight to get the in-
sane man dressed, aane atkhoh a
number of prisoners were called to
assist the Jailor and asylum officer
they did not succeed in getting any-
thing on him but troasers and a shirt.
"I owe my whole life to Burdock
Blood Bitters. Scroftle:ts sores cover-
ed my body. I seemed beyond cure.
B. B. B. has made me a perfectly well
woman." Mrs. Charles Hattea, Ver-
viile, Mich.


mammea sme aise
Mr. McDougall was a 30otsagi, Mad
of him a good atry is tld. He was a
laria pompoMs an, tanterably sel
conceited and arrogant-in fact, his
conduct toward his neighbors was so
offensive that the good people sccess-
fully requested their minister to preach
a sermon directed at their vaina eigh-
The day came. The little klk was
packed, though a few tender earned
ones stayed at home, not wvif to
witessm their melghber's hamlisam.
The sermon began, and Mr. JDCl-
cal dqpomd btmsef to Int. L
loan's infrmity w ntICMe WOL
bold. sevev strokes. He samll with
efty supelDerty. As the b I iah.
grew more scathing his mile deepened
rith a touch of compldtUent pity. At
the conclusion of the service he swa-
pered down the aisle. One of the ld-
rs joined him.
"Weel. what 4id ye think of the er-
non?' the latter ventured to ask.
"A great effort, sir," was tht answer,
'but personal. The meenister aimed
its shots too directly. Poor MarTav-
oih! I felt soor or him, but the man's
onceit is eunrmoum, sir!"

KindimeSe t a OtraIh.
During an exceptionally heavy trop-
ical rain in Durban two docks of the
common half bred native and Bombay
variety got washed In the blood down
the T'mug*ni river, which flows through
the town gardens. The duka both
got entangled in the barbed wire and
wire netting which croses from bank
to bank. One managed, by much flap-
piug of wings, to extricate itself: the
other seemed. however, to be on the
point of drowning when a large os-
trich stalked out of the bush and wad-
ed into the river. lifted it bodily out of
the water and carried it ashore by one
The dock was not badly hurt, but its
rescuer was severely torn on Its thigh
nimusces by the barbed wire. The inci-
dent is all the nmor remarkable, as the
ostrich, with rare exceptiops, mbries Its
head in the sand during a storm and
ill starve to death sooner than move.

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Mr. Gould, accompanied by his w

It s the omreatee novle Poereao I
thIe mIa ses Welr.
One of the greatest millionaires of
our country lived before he made his
millions cG $8 a week and at a time
t when his income was $10,000 a year.
Si He saved all the rest of his salary for
judicious investments. He bad been a
poor boy, accustomed to a frugal mode
of life He began his career in the city
sweeping out a store for $3.50 a week.
Later he was advanced to $7.50.' The
mode of living which he was obliged to
adopt as a boy be considered quite
Good enough for later years, especially
'when he saw that by denying himself
for awhile longer be might make the
experiences and hard knocks he had
gained count for more than a mere liv-
lt. He might have argued that he
was doing pretty well to earn $10,000 a
.ear and that be deserved to enjoy it.
But he preferred to use his earnings iWC
'sake more money that some day he
might be able to dispense with a sala.
ried position altogether. And this man
had a wife, too, who was farsighted
enough to be willing to live on a small
sum when it meaht an easier road for
both by and by. '
Ready cash is the greatest moving
force in the business world. It speaks
wito the loudest voice, and its posses-
stoa represents business acumen. Of
course there are exceptions In cases of
Inheritance, etc., but the exception on-
'ly proves the rnle.
Cornelius Vanderbilt worked day and
night. saving every penny. until he had
$3,00., the nest egg about which gath-
ered one of the largest fortunes ever
anassed in America. The principle of
thrift inculcated by those hard, self de-
oying years made him a great finan-
cier.-New York Commercial.


Wife Made Wise Change in 'Food.
Change of diet is the only way to
really cure stomach and bowel trouble.
A woman says:
"My husiand had dy-pepsia when
we were married anil had suffered
from it for several years It was al-
nMost impossible to fin.l anything hle

-Durban Spectator. could eat wi:hon Lad results.
"I thought this was Irrgely due to,
sta=iM -- emm MI. the use of coffee and prcusuaded him
Mark Twain in his lecturing days t. discontinue it. He l:! so, and bI


ns the Westcjr.ugn


rife, will spend the summer abroad.

who sesdet slish-
"What is the most distresdln thing
you ever saw in a courtroom?" was
the question propounded to a group of
lawyers recently as they sat together
in the oface of one of their number.
One told of hearing a Judge pass sen-
tence of death on a woman; another
told of the scene between a mother
and on as she bid her boy goodbye for
the last time before he started to serve
a ten years' sentence in the peniten-
tiary, and as the question went round
the circle each related a story of court
scenes. Almost the last one in the
group said: "Gentlemen, the saddest
thing I ever witnessed In a courtroom
was when a healthy, strong, handsome
man and woman, with a group of
bright, Intelligent boys and girls, their
children, appeared before a dCnitt
Judge, the one plaintiff, the other de-
fendart, In a divorce suit. The look of
distress on the faces of those innocent
children as they sat and Iistened to
the criminations and r rimtnations t
their parents, intent .a breaking up
what had been a happy home. was the
saddest sight I ever witnessed."-Kan-
sas City Journal.

Cuwrt Jews.
Court Jews were the officially ap-
pointed bankers and money lenders of
European rulers down to Napoleon's
times, after which most of them be
came merged In the great business
houses which deal nowadays with in-
ternational finance. One of the found-
ers of the house of Rothschild was
court Jew at Frankfort toward the
close of the eighteenth century. It was
with him that the elector of Hesse-Cas-
sel deposited 1,000,000 when the first
Napoleon was threatening his domin-
ions, aod the way In which the sum
was protected and restored when Eu
rope was settled again first made the
name of Rlothschild famous in finance.
Up to this period Jews had no rights
as citizens in most German states or in -
Austria, and the office of court Jew
was necessary to give them standing.- gBa
London Globe. metec
The noshee. haves
The banshee is the domestic ghost or most
spirit attached to certain Irish or high- ways
land Scottish house(hols and is sup- Somrel
posed to take an interest in the wel- a flan
fare of the family generally, and espe- an or
claly to wall at the death of any one one ci
of its members. The baushee is pic- ",On
toured in Irish folklore under the form house

of a little old woman with long hair, plzte.
which she continually combs, at the wr.

ren2.hed a maisl eastern town one anf- gan to dalnK osrum rFo )(I oree. *" same time keeping up an incessant
e-noon and went before dinner to a change did him good from the begin- weeping and wailing. The incident
barbers to be shaved. nin. his dircstimn itnra 'ce.l; !-e suf of the cl, is exactly similar to the
"You are a F stran In the town, ,fered much less ,ron hi:' nervousness.
sir"' the ba-er asked. Is and when he alded G:-ape-Nut3 fo)d legend of the ;ern:au lorelel, a spirit
"airT the barb ger he" ws to his diet he was soon entirely cured which flngs. while the banshee weeIs.
"Yes, I a stranger h was the "My friend, Mr. --o! as an accompaniment. The proud dis-
reply. Vicksburg, (my former home), had be- tinction of possessing a private ban-
"We're having a pbod lecture her come a nervous w:-eck a'so frjn dya0- shee is allowed on!y to families of pure
tonight sir." said the barber. "A pepsia. Medicines saaj no effect Milesian stock. The word is derived
Mark Twain lecture. Are you going neither did travel help her. On my from the Gaelic ban-sith, a woman
to tt" last visit home. some n-onths ago, I fairy.
"Yes. I think I will," said Mr. Clem persuaded her to use Grape-Nuts fool.
s. She was in despair. *,,: coi.-entei. Old En3ough to Notlle.
-'Hae you got y ticket yetr" 'he stuck to both until it restored her "Are your papa and mamma at
r i health so completely ,ha: she is now
barber asked. the most enthusiastic friend of Grape- honoe." asked the cnller.
"No. not yet." said the other. nuts that I ever knew. She eats It "No." replied little Marguerite; "one
"Then. sir. you'll have to stnd." with cream or dry. Just as it comes of them tay le here. but they nevel
"Dear me'" Mr. Clemens exclaimed, from the package-keeps it in her are both at bnme at the same time."-
It seems as f I always do have to room and eazr. it whenever she feels Chicago IRecord-Herald.
stand when I hear that man Twab like it.
lecture." "I began eating grap.-nuts food, mr- Generoms.
.self. when my baby was two month's "Some men say," remarked the beau
a eem n~ (' eld, and I don't know what I should tiful heiress, "that I have no heart."
Alexander the OGeat, eeal Diagl have done without it. My appetite Oh,thatdogn't matter,"repe the
ms looking attfstlvy t a pere of v-as gone. I was weak and nervous ; ", atdo t matter" t
human bones, asked the pilosopber ~nd afforded 1.ut very little no'aris- plo but willing to be honest youth;
what he was lookLg for. -That whtib nent for the child. The Grtpe-Nu9s "I'll give you mtne."-Cb"cago News
I cannot find." -was te pty, "the dfl- food- of which ; soon grew very fond.
f'e betwe"I / speedily set ail this rioht again, and --
f ee betwe yr the bb i y gw healthful a During the season of early vege
am tle of idas d I the baby. ew healt hf ul .' ros an. tables and unripe fruits, diarrhoea
beautiful as am oldtoa and eis re eand bowel disorders are prevalent.

"Damt y m rlhnbJ s mother knew of the good th t!the fermentation, kills the roi-som.a'
ll a t s r et would do h. erms and cures in a short tim e, Price
S1.1101tGrape-Nuts would do her. i Z;0........
-*I lstm Naef ss given iy Poetum' o., Battle 2k, Sold at White's Ptarmacy.
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The Most Phenomenal Bargains ar

Offered Every Day to Reduce Our I

Before Stock Taking.

Sacrifice Sale of Towels.

Wednesday morning we place on
sale the grandest bargains ever show
in Towels.
100 dozen White Crash Towels,
the regular 5c kind or 50c per
dozen, to go now per dozen at 35c
100 dozen Bleached Huck Towels,
hemmed, worth 7c each, or 75c
per dozen, to go now per dozen 480
200 dozen Bleached Huck Towels,
size, 18x34, worth $1.20 per doz.
hemmed, with fast color bor-
ders, to go now 8c each or per
Dozen at ..................... 900
800 dozen Full Bleached Huck
Towels, fast color borders, hem-
med, size 18x36, worth $1.50 per
dozen, to go now at 8c each or
per dozen ................... 950
300 dozen large Full-Bleached
Huck Towels, 19x43 inches,
worth 18c or $2.00 per dozen,
to go in this sale at 12c each,
or per dos .................. $1.35

Sacrifice Sale Silk Mitts.

100 dozen Black or White Silk
Lace Mitts, 50c quality to go
now at ...................... 10c
75c extra long Silk Lace Mitts for 19c
$1.25 to $2.00 Extra Long All Silk
Lace Mitts in Black or White
for........ .. ............. 39c

Sacrifice Sale Bed S

75c'10-4 White Bed Spread;
now for ..............
Best $1.00 10-4 Bed Spreade
now for .............
$1.25 and $1.39 Bed Spreads
now for................
Best $1.50 Bed Spreads
now for ...............
Best $1.75 Bed Spreads to I
for .......... ........
Best $2.00 and $2.25 Bed S
to go now for...........
Best $2.50 Bed Spreads to g
for ..................
S Special cut prices on al
Marseilles spreads for We

, Sacrifice Sale of

15c and 19c White Wash
newest styles, to go at.
39c and 50c Black or White
to go in this sale for ....
59c Liberty Silk Belts, bla
white, to go at ........
75c and 89c Belts, Newest
in black or white with ph
fancy Buckles to go now

Sacrifice Bargains in Every Department During

Inventory Sale. Don't forget to be on h

Wednesday Morning when sale opens.


fall LItIrlstatn.
II lightning," says a professor of THE MILK OF THE AGED. '
,rology, "Is the most nOysteriors
of lightning. It sometimes be- Homey In the Olden Day. WA
Thought to ProlenmL Lite.
like a small animal with th"
evil nature. Its shape Is not al Honey has beer known from the
spherical, though generally so. earliest times. The Scriptures make
times it 1.s oval, sometimes it b. mention of it, and pagan writers cele-
ie like a shell. It often looks like brated its virtues. It was called "the
unge and moves so slowly thai milk of the aged" and was thought to
an follow It for several minutes. prolong life. Honey was also used in
ce at Marseilles it entered P the embalming of the body after death.
like a ball of fire lhe size of a This food, as useful as it is delicious,
struck the feet of a girl who was esteemed most blghly by the
kneeling, terrified, rebounded to Greeks, who celebrated its virtues
llung, struck her feet again, then i alike in prose and verse, so that the
ellng. After bounding thus three, fame of Attic honey has been trans-
ar times with perfect regularity Usited unimpaired to our own day.
Illy went through the keyhole. Used in all kinds of inastry, cake and
e day at Secondigny two boys, ragots, it was also esteem as a
ged twelve and the other fifteen, sauce. Pythagoras in the latter part
playing in the street when they of his life was a vegetarian and lived
playing In the street when they diet
ball like an orange rolling to. wholly on bread and honey, a diet
them. One touched itrolith his which he recommended to his disciples.
It exploded, killing him instant- And this gentle philosopher reached
[is comrade was thrown down, the ripe age of ninety years before he
as not hurt."-Chicago Tribune. departed from life.
The true source from which honey
he .theho oI s derived was only discovered in later
"Compagnia derlla iserlcordia" years. Virgil supposed that its de-
"Compagna del Misericorda licious sweetness fell from heaven up-
erhood of Merc) of Floreeon flowers in the shape of gentle, in-
Smen of all ranks, who attend visible dew, a belief which he shared
Sor n t n cases of accent to with Pliny and even Galen. It was
the wounded to the hospital, or left to modern observers to study with
adttheir o burs l tos nurse the enthusiasm plant life and bee life and
Stheir homes or to assist at fires, learn from them some of the most won-
ink money or food n any derful lessons of nature.
they .visit. The great bell of the Honey was often served by the an-
tolls to call the brothers on duty cents at the beginning of a banquet In
L time, and even the grand duke order that the uncloyed palate might
een seen to withdraw from table
leutly respond to the summons. enjoy to the full its exquisite flavor.
silently respond to the summons.
repair quickly to their chapel by T m ev fim.
Maria Novella, where their black Tess--o Grace Ia finally married,
cotton robes are kept In locked eb? Jes-G.racious! Not Why, this
numbered drawers "Black stoled.i erfirstwent -Pt e
ed, like a dream," you may Press.
the proceeson at night, masked
f anknaa d Mentitles, passing w t b W tf
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Classical School.

Prepartory Scool for

Boys and Girls

"One of the very best seoonday
schools in the South."-ProL Walter
Miller, Tuiane University.
The Sixth Annual Session will b
gin September 18, 1905.
The Pensacola Classical School ton
nishes the elements of a sound oft
It offers every advantage for prop.
ration for the best colleges, nalvers.t
ties and scientific schools in the coan
Its instructors are thoroughly equi
ped teachers in the departments ig
work in which they Instruct.
The pupils received are limited I
such a number as will Insure a ear
ful supervision of the work of easeaj
The individual is the unit of instr-
Student Labatories for students l
A large, well-equipped gymn
and a systematic course in phie
culture Insures a healthy growth
the body to acconany and street
the mental development.
Why dend your son or daughtm
away to college before properly prI
pared for college work, when every
advantage for learning and more per
sonal attention are offered here at
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When you leave the city for your
semer vacation have The Pensafola
Jewnal follow you. Notify circula-
ties manager, Phone 38.

Represent tiv Lumar
MWln Aid Proect

ITe following letter from Repre-
sentative W. B. Lamar will be read
with both interest and gratification by
the citizens of Pensacola:
Atlanta Ga., July 17, 1905.
Mr. Prank L. Mayes, Pensacola, Fla.:
Dear Sir-I read with pleasure your
article in yesterday's Journal headed
"Gulf Port Steamship Line to Pana-
ma." You have a wide-awake Cham-
ber of Commerce and a live secretary
in the person of Mr. Jones. I will be
in Washington City in ten days or two
weeks and: will lend what assistance 1
can to your Chamber of Commerce,
and Mr. Jones's efforts in the interest
*of Pensacola.
I note your language in the article
that "Pensacola has the deepest water,
the best doclding facilities, and is the
closest Gulf Port to Colon." I agree
with you. as to the splendid facilities
of Pensacola harbor, and I still think.
ae Admiral Higginson advised me two
years ago. that a stone graving dock,
to cost a million or more dollars, con-
structed at the Pensacola navy yard,
is an indispensable element in Pensa-
cola's future trade and commerce.
With the rapid growth of the Ameri-
can navy, such a stone graving dock
is still more to be desired. A part of
the American navy will always, in the
future be cruising in the Southern wa-
ters, and it would be well, indeed, for
Pensacola. if it had a stone graving
dock. that the heaviest battleships,
ranging from twelve to eighteen thou-
sand tons. could enter and be docked,
cleaned, painted and repaired. I hope
to have an interview, while in Wash-
ington soon, with Secretary of the
Navy Bonaparte.
I note the expenditure at Charles-
ton. S. C.. of a million to a million and
a half dollars of improvements at its
navy yard. iPensacola, with its splen-
did harbor and depth of channel on its
1ar and its nearness to the Isthmus
(t Panama with its canal in the future,
deserves as much and more than does
Charleston. I hope it will be possible
fto induce the navy department at
Washington to recommend the con-
struction of a stone graving dock at
Pensacola navy yard. I shall lend my
best assistance to accomplish that de-
sired object.
With regards. I am,
Very truly yours,
P. 8. I am here with my wife. on
a visit to her parents, who resia'e in
this city. I hope to leave 'for Wash-
ington City in ten days or two weeks.
W. B. L.

SNew Orleans States. CAKE
d*. S&md"y. ; --
WMM C .PT MONDAY When Secretary Taft plucked --
SLoomts as a brand from the burning1 Cor h 1046. b Ethel Benmata
In the Venesueli scandal and the
L. COMPANY. president proceeded te whitewan0sh 0-1 -*
him the American people realized two; "A departed Philadelphinn on revisit.
things. One was that hLoomis wr s lag earth would know at once whether
W Am OGau uas. M i absolutely unfit for the diplomatic ser-
vice, which he had disgraced, and ti:?, or not tt was Thursday."
other was that he had a strong pillj "My dear!"
OQATBD PRSS. j, with the administration, but t was "Thursday is the girl's day out. Ti
not shown exactly what the pull ron- ret are merely Interludes."
a T" sited of. Considerable light, however, "I am sorry, Cecilia, that the others
Si has recently been thrown on the mat-
I ter by the Washington correspondent a re gone andi there is no one else to
Ont ,Lot.0......t of the New York Press. Commenting; make the cake."
Om e We ........... 1 on the intention of Mr. Root to r.l Cecllia regretfully returned her hat to
Web0ly 101Mm, 3 r. organize the state department, the its box.
WNen 1a i. correspondent says that the first step "ou a not to blame I avn
.!in this direction will be the retire- 'Yo are not to blame. I avln
ment of Mr. Loomis, but this will noti many danghtce "-
APER PROM WHICH A D6TAIB .mean any reflection on the late Se'- "Unmarried," sighed Mrs. Carlton.
ENT CAN BE SECUft IED retary Hay, whobe health was so hadJ "I must go with Angela to the tailor's.
ET CAN BE SECURED during the last four years of his life It's providential, Laurence bringing his
that he was unable to properly attend friend, and I hope that Angela or Ma.
*AM 6e 0Atl m n t I i to all the duties of his office. Tie! rla"-
Sdispatch to the Press then says: "Or Helen, Grace or Muriel may Im-
NK "It has been generally recognize,!: personate Jonah's whale and swal.
.- -. t -. that Mr. Loomis had been the politi-i low_ "
'can of the state department for the "Cecili, you are ulgar"
.SDAY MORNING. JULY 19, 1905. inst two years. In consultation witt; It i a tr to be widow with a
Sthe prcstdent, he manacd8 all matte-s It is a trial to be a widow with ani
the northernmost point of Greenland,. of promotion, appointments and trans-aughternly son, brepresentsan onlmartyrdom. pls sA
where he proposes to establish i. frs ard has really been the msr Uters represents martyrdom. A
where he proposes to i tablish sing powerful factor about the state d-i choice in matrimony adds zest to court-
we n ter quarto ush out over the Arc-in artment His newspaper and pollM-, ship, but too great a surplus destroys
c ocean withos anti e eal experience ftted him for that. Mr.; the market. Laurence Carlton, at col-
ti e foeaith dogs an sled urnesy. HPT" had absolutely no Interest in: lege, laughed at his mother's anerxty,
doubtless turns upon ris ability to ate or party politics during the ]la:; but cheerfully offered to bring his chIm
reach Cape Hetla by Sptember. Her'- two years of his life. He took onl1Y home for the vacation and give the girls
tofore he has had to stop three of four the broad .encral interest of a man I chance.
hundred miles short of that point, and; lng associated with the governme',; "It only needs one to set the exam-
the task of reaching Cape Hecla over- in an appointive place and having hi. p" ~ Carlton explained to Ce-
land has been exhaustive Below the home in the District ol Columbia cilla, who admitted that Angela must
78th parallel Captain Peary will en- where no one ;s abl t vote. Loomls be sacrifice n order that her lmster
counter no difficulties tut above that managed it all for him." be sacrit e hbit" order that her sisters
parallel he will encounter a great deal! The fact that Lomis was the polit- "oget the habit." But to her brothersbe
of floating ice, some of it closely' cal agent of the administration In the wrote, "It is a crime to abuse friend-
packed. At the 82nd parallel he willi sate department and Ratnrpllv poq- ship."
enter the so-called open polar sea. seed many important political see The proposed visit was now at hand.
The Roosevelt has powerful engines, 'ts exnlalins Oa'te clearly why he was "Muriel and I must lay low. The
and the hope is that she can be forced not punished for his eraftlnr opera- fnll strength of our family girlhood is
by September to Cape Hecla. which is tions as minister to Venezuela. and overflowingg" said Ceclla, fastening
seven degrees, or 420 nautical miles, also why be was whitew.ashe and f'- a loose sleeved apron over her gown.
from the Pole in a bee-line. trained in a responsible public offi-e l Moteera, yu
But beyond Cape Hec:a lies a hard even after that great ju-. the Amer- ttNowd little Mother General, yo may
road to travel. It is a road full of can npblic, had pronounced him to be attend to the ress parade, whletions."will
ridges and canals. Captain Peary'a grafter. bring up the rear with the rations."
ridges and canals. Captain Peary a rafter. After Mrs. Carlton and Angela had
In making eighty miles in a straight g'g*L#* * #** *.#* departed Cecilia descended to the kitch-
line towards the pole, he was con,- 4 en. She selected her pans and washed
filled to travel over three hundred NEWS AND VIEWS the currants, sliced the citron ready for
miles. The explorer is confident the FROM STATE PAPERS. chopping and sifted the flour, a mis-
sledging wiH become easier as he ad- chlerous rhyme tripping over her
vances, and he may attempt to get a ;y4l -,;. f##.-- tongue.
start frem Cape Hecla before the sunn "'Will you walk into my parlor?'
is visible. He has done In the past Congressman Lamar s Good Work. said t spider to the fly"-
no little Arctic traveling by moon-, Won. W. R. Lamar, who Is ever sad the sdo r o hly Cecll
light, active in the Interest of the people of The door gong rang sharply. Cecilia
Florida. has succeeded in having an- dusted her hand free from the flour and
Secretary Bonaparte weighs 300 other old veteran of the Indian warn went through the dining room and the
pounds. 'He will do as a substitute paced upon the United States pension long hall to the door. There she en-
for Mr. Taft on the lid it the mess be- oml. this time one of Leon's most wor- countered an athletic young man bear-
for Mr. ft on the lid i the mess be-thy citizen Mr. Trkin Robinson, fa- ng a dress suit ease with an air of
gins to bubble over again. other of Hon. John L. Robinson. who having arrived at his destination.
is now one of the representatives from "Mrs. Carlton at home?" he inquired.
STARTLING FIGURES OF Leon county. "No. If you are a book agent let me
RAILROAD CASUALTIES. As this pension dates back three tell you books are not our crying need
Some startling figures are given by years it amounts to three times ninetv- just at present" And the dimple
Accident Bulletin No. 15, just issued six. or two hundnetd i d ebty-ei- laughed lo Cecilia's cheek.
by the Interstate Commerce Commis- annum from now on.-Tallabassee "'m not ecesstanly and to suxuryy a
sion, covering the first three months Capital. expected. pounds lue xur, doesn't
of the present year. During that pe- e expected. Sounds like a riddle, doesn't
riod there were 28 passengers and 204 One of the Bet aws. cout? Carleton telegraphed me that he
employee killed and 1.651 passengers The "Jim Crow" law went into ef- could notget here until tomorrow, but
emplye killed and 161ft July 1. t was one of the est that I was expected."
and 2,062 employes injured in train laws that passed last session of the "We understood you were coming to
accidents Other accidents make q.egislature.-Blountstowth Democrat. gether, but you ar6 none the less wel-
in all 232 persons killed and 3,713 in- * come," she added graciously. "That is
jured in train accidents. Other acci- Chicago's Population, the parlor"-
dents to passengers and employes, not According to its new city directory "It's the prettiest little parlor that
dents to passengers and employes, noChicago's population is now 2272.700 ever you did spy," hummed Cecilia to
the result of collisions or derailments, -mostly. it is understood, politicians, herself. Then aloud: "Perhaps you
ber 21, 1904. The total number of crooks, or both.-Tallahassee Capital. have not read all the magazines. They
up to 15,306 (909 killed and 14,397 in- * cannot be long."
jured.) Needs Investigation. "Long? They"-
There was a decrease of 42 in the There is no denying the fact that "The family," answered the youngest
to bere of persnske as in- the state institution at Chattahoochee vaguely.
total number of persons killed as com needs a thorough investigation. The "But yo"-- Cecilia suddenly real-
pared with the quarter ending Decem- men and women about such places ed her apron and the flour and her
ber 21, 1904. The total number of should be the best that can be secured, mother's horror of tie situation. "Oh,
collisions and derailments was 3,108 and it should also be borne in mind I am baking cake-I-I am the girl, you
(1,787 collisions and 1,321 derail- that their duties are very trying. But
ent), o4 collisions and 1 7l the superintendent should be a man know"- She drew herself up, but the
ments), of which 284 collisions and 177 and no politician or demagoue.-- dimple effaced the dignity, and there
derailments affected passenger trains. Gainesville Sun. was an odd twitching about the young
The total number of employes report- Suppressing the News. "I am awflly glad. I thought youth.
ed killed in coupling and uncoupling might be one of the daughters, and-
cars during this quarter was 62. There is a disposition among many might be one of the daughters, and-
cars during this quarter was 62. ,,. ,,, ,,,,,,,,, I'm only the valet"--

Representative Lamar's Interest in
Pensaooa is extremely gratifying t,' TCe SAl u

his friends here and The Journal
trusts that his efforts may be attend-
ee by practical and definite results.

High Financiar Thomas F. Ryan has
agreed to sell the Equitable stock re-
cently purchased by him to. the Equit-
able Society for a consideration of 4
per cent profit. This would give Tom
a rake off of $100.000 for his kindness
in helping the Equitable out of a hole.

Lieutenant Commande* Peary's Art-
tic exploration ship Roosevelt, left
New York Sunday and will endeavor
to force a passage through the ice to
a point within about 400 miles of the
ogle, from whence the final stage of
the journey will be undertaken with
ag sleds. Peary did not sail upon
th vessel but will join her at Cape
*Wton, where the final supplies and
NO tons of coal will be taken on
werd. The Birmingham Age-Herald,
Soemmenting upon the trip, has the fol-
klwtng to say:
Captain Peary's ship, the Roosevelt,
ha sailed away, and the captata him-
self will overtake her at Sydney, Cape
Serton. Then will arise public inter-
est in his voyage. Will he reach the
Morth Pole? He is certainly the bet-.
equipped of all the explorers who have
sought the North Pole, and his exper-
lence in the Polar regions exceeds
that of ayy living ma. He is conf-
dest of success.
His piea is, briefly, this: He pro-
poses to push the Roosevelt along
Sthe west coast of Greenland to tae
oelar sea, where he will shift his
eass to the northwestward an l
( Wt4 uti he reaches Cape Hecla,

hIg Jam



or an

The following fl;
sacola Journal's
day d ring the n
with the average
June 1 4600
June 2 4,450
June 3 4,450
June 4 4,700
June 5 .....
June 4a)0
June 7 ,000
June 2 4400O
June 9 4,460
June 10 4460
June 11 4,700
June 13 4,460
Jump 14 4,460
June 1 4,450
'Total for the
Average per

pynflf Ii+. 1 t1llUr UI4 *AUL'Jl tit **
a newspaper man, often without appa-
rent good reason or other motive seem-
'PiluMM W D u- ingly than to thwart him in his legiti-
mate pursuit of giving to the public
, 7909, a such information as In his judgment
may be of interest.
W of As a rule such efforts on the part of
these secretive and mysterious person-
ages are wholly fruitless. Given a
newspaper man of thorough training
0 and average fitness for his profession
and he has a knack of discovering the
PIES most carefully guarded secrets, where
these secrets are of such a nature as
to constitute the commodity in which
8ifW ~ he deals-legitimate news.
A newspaper man worthy of the
[ J B name is never a prying busybody.
Family skeletons or private scandals
IILY have no interest for him. The sanctity
of the home Is always respected. But
fares show The Pen- he is not to be thwarted by the idiotic
whims of those persons who refuse'
circulation for eachfe
circulation for e him information merely because it
o number of copies does not suit their personal pleasure
number of copi to see a given matter in print. The
June 16 4,460 moral to this little screedi is that when
June 17 4,450 a newspaper man asks you tfor infor-
June 18 4,7o0 nation relative to any matter in
June 19 ,.. which you are interested it would be
June 0 .*. tc your interest to comply with the re-
June 21 4,450 quest, or Lve a courteous reason why
June 22 40 --otherwise you may rest assured you
June 23 4,460 will see the story in print anyway.
June 24 4700 and while it may not be dealt with
June 2 from your point of view, its correct-
June 2 4,80 ness in all essential details will sur-
June 27 4460 prise you.-Lakeland News.
June 28 44650 a a
June 29 4,0 Winning Glory Only.
June 30 4,450 Judging from the kind manner wi~ot
month....... 117.10 which the state press reproduces our
day.. ...... 4,504 editorials, the editor of this paper is

winning golden opinions. Trouble Is
that we are winning very little "gold."
-Miami News.
Self It Quick.
Thomas A. Edison eays that radium
will lon be as cheap as old. Don't
hold yIar radiums-! el It before the
price dtops ,bek l-p,4 a lppace.
-Mia News,

"So you see we can be friends after:
all. May I watch the cake operation?"
Cecilia sanctioned doubtfully. "You
may sit in the dining room-if you in.
"I do"-
Cecilia after providing him with a
paper disappeared through the swing-
ing door into the kitchen. He sat alone
for a few minutes, then gently swung
the door open. "It's quite chilly in
here," he explained. Cecilia was beat-
Ing eggs, the sunlight tipped her hair
with gold. He sank into a chair, watch.
tog her.
"Do you like cake?" she demanded.
"I adore sweet things." The look,
half smillng wholly admiring, sent the
color tingling to the girl's cheek, but
she only whipped the eggs the harder.
"That looks asy. I'd like to try." he

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77 .f-
ad fw fib maer. *TYo ebouoMnt be
lleve all you hear. Now, I qnderstan
that IAtrence-ob, yes, I call fm
just to myself-has sisters?"
"Heaps. Fire, and-one more," ac-
tmn wledgd Cerilla as she w..Ltnced
mcixng the cake.
"What is 'one more' like?" he asked,
with Interest.
"The youngest nnd the worst.".sh-
confssed. splashing the eggs reckless
;y. The valet retreated to p safe dis-

- M. & o

C. W. LANA*; ViCS.


Capital toen

tance. Henry L wtorv
"It looks an awful mess. Is that the J. Pfelffer.
way they make wedding cake?" Bryan Dunwody
"Weddfig cake! What has that to Frank Reilly
do with the subject?"
"Nothlne. It just came Into my RoaSco,
head." T. F. McGo rIn,
head." B Brawner,
"Then prt It out. Poor men cannot C. W. Lamar,
afford extravagance, and wedding cakeq J. I lanuiera
Is a never eding expense. Mr. Ash. Acounto of Banks, l
ton should hear you." four per c
"I am following his example. I know
he is going to make desperate love to
one of the danpughters." -
Cecilia tested the oven. It must have
been hot, for her cheeks were red asi W'. H. KNOWLES, Pr
she returned to the table. THOS. W. BRVNT, AtSL
"He is not scared by numbers" she
asked, with discreetly lowered eyes.
"No, because he concentrates. He
will see only one." Cecilin was silent
It was quite a trick, turning the mix-
ture Int, the pan. She went to the
dresser for a larger spoon. I r t, N A gTt
began digging at the cake. "DIon't!
You will spoil it!" she warned him.
"Sometimes there is a prize in cake.
How jolly If there is in this!'
Cecilia smiled loftily. "They put them
in for children."
"And for wedding cake. sow, let me DIRECTORS F. C.
hoist this particularly wonderful dough
Into the oven." W.
"To be light is all I ask of It," said
Cecilla, opening the oven for him.
"Light means illumination, so I hope FMREIl MB di
your slice may show you a. thing or
two." We draw our own Bl
Before Cecilia could answer the bell cnange on G mat Britain
sounded. She closed the stove with a Germany, Franoe Aue^
bang. A sleeping conscience awoke. Holland, Spain, Ik6luen
They had all agreed that Angela was oer European countrle
to have first chance.
"You should have remained in the
parlor," she protested. Sf, i* o
"It would have been safer," he ad- Sdety LJ pO it Boxes
emitted. Then they both laughed like hatv a Privat
two conspirators. The bell rang again.
Still laughing, they sped through the
house, he to the magazines, she to ad- evilf Doper
mit her mother and Angels.
"Mr. Ashton has arrived, and the pooit l t Rat
cake is in the oven."
"I am still hungry," said Cecilia, eye
Ing the last portion of cake. The rest
of the family had retired to dress for HILTON GX0 N 1. paasIzs
the theater. Only Cecilia and Ashton M. hU .x, usa
remained at the table. Citizens
"Eat it!" suggested Ashton, pushing
the dish temptingly toward her.
"Consider the fate concealed In the Ge& -Wrltgt.
last bit"- she hesitated. itS M. Roinsone
"Sharing it may break the penalty." A UENSRAL B
.So recklessly they took the cake be-
tween them and broke it There fell
almost Into Cecilia's lap a golden ring!
"A prophesy!" cried Ashton. "I knew J S. REES, Presiden
it was a wedding cake." R. M
Cecilia, all dimples and embarra-. THE PEOPLI
rtiet, at length found voice:
"I think the valet was overbold"- Directos-L. J. Reve
"It was to help his master. Remer. TRANSACTS A GENI
ber, that's bin business. He knows I YOUl
am lonely and shall soon need"-- .0*0*0*-_--*- .
"A cook."
"Something more, a little girl to love
and be lovely. The Germans call her
baus frau." R ,
ChMreh Weddlf amad Cares.
While it is a popular custom to Issue Stea, Domesti
cards of invitation to attend a church Stc a
wedding it is entirely contrary to the and BlacV
teaching understood to be implied by Offce--No. I. Sou
the church edifice. No private family Yards on Zarragos
has a right to Issue invitation to the
House of God to witness the perform-
ance of a rite within the said bouse as M
though for the time being the latter J Maey
had been given over to them for their Pensacol
own particular use. A wedding In a
church is not a private, but rather a EL
public rite, at which any parishioner ALl
who wishes may be present without an Cor. Intendencia and
invitation from any one. God's house Baylen Sts.
No job to big or
is at all times a public place of wor- city and also outside
ship, the very spirit of which is utter-
ly opposed to cards of Invitation.- -
Church Eclectic. ***9*e 01<0*

The Gweat salt Lake Bridge.
The longest bridge in the world
stretches across Great Salt like. It A
was constructed at au enormous cost
to save time and money. Before the HAVE OUTGu0W
bridge was built the railroad skirted Dowitow' f
the north end of the lake. Now It cuts O w w f
off forty-three miles of road and runs
directly from Ogden to Lucin. The WHERE WE WI
cost of this remarkable bridge was F6P E PLACIN(
$5,000,000. The piles were brought TERIAL OF AN
from the Oregon and Texas forests. UNPACKING A
By placing all the piles together they CAF
would measure nearly 000,000 feet. and want your
There are more than eleven miles of orders.
permanent trestling, nearly the entire n l
length being under water, which is .
from thirty to thirty-four feet deep. : f W

Beg!slang of the Troable. 2 PenCOela.
~(rp r n~l ~ mn~ ) k~rb,

aslic hia. t. CLARK, Cateidt.
taSn JNO. PFEIPKWR, Awt. Cashier.

k. $200,000 SErpls, $40,000
to 3, oshee.
to, A. M. Avery,
W. H. Milton, Jr,
0. Maura,
W. L Cawthon,
C. A. O'Nea).
Dr. W. J. Hannah,
MeKeauie Oe nl,
Ales McOowin,
C M. Cot agton.
idMiduari CorperteM4, and firms Solicted
nt.t riteret paid on Time D0ep1is.


W. L B SRM, VA-res an. CaaIL
W. N. ROBRTS, Asst. Cashi.e.



PouvaOl, F ia.

Brent, W. A. Blount, Wm. H. Knows

.E HyeI Jr., D,. C. Bre SO


II of Ex-
i, Ireland,
ria, Italy.
r, RusJma
ark, and

Vessel disburse upon the Mno
Favorable Terme, and their obl.
Igaten taken Payable at Port of
Destination Ten Days After Ve
eel Arrives there.

For Rent, in Connection with which we
Department for the use of Rentrs.

tment-lnteret Paid on D-
te of 4 per oent per Annum.

IT. T. .J WKLLX. 'V:( zPrB ii. r.

i National Bank,
of Pena-co'a. Florida.
Morris Bear, T. '. Wp:!'o




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t. E. W. MBMMEXi. Cashier.
:. CARY, Vice-President.

s, J. 8. Reese, W. DeC. Keeeler, R. M. Cary,
D'Alemberte T. A. Jennings.

a C0.
Wholesale and Retall
, Anthracite
th Palafxz street.
sa and Gonzales i

Jackson Brandon

a Electric

small for us. '
the city.


fice and Bu

business. Proml

Ps Mill

Phone 7

_- .--- _d.'. --- -- -- I ma a'jae zeJ. wo uapUe n V
said tentaUtiely, to be in a reminiscent mood, "during VN"-_.V
"Froth appeals to you. I knew it my younger days I sowed the wind, but
would." 1iter"-
"Come. now, you know the saying "Well, what happened later?' queried C FO
about 'idle hands.' You had better put Mrs. Breezem. O ORTCORD
me to work." he insisted. She laughed, "I married you." continued the al-
but entrusted him with the chopping; lged head of the matrimonial combine. SO U TH E R N
bowl, and he went to work spas- --_Chicago News.
medically upon the citron, Cecilia hav-
Ing first tied an apron about his waist. soun Reason.
"You make an ideal chef." she In "Lend me your umbrella, dear. Its UNNINE WATER
formed him. "If you only had a cap." raining, and I've got to go to the vestry LARC AMPLE
"I wouldn't want to hide your crl. meeting again tonight." Wy R t
Is tone w eas aggrieved. "But, John, why don't you take the F L OWEN, I
"When may oe expect your master one ynu've been carrying for the last mIOWaN,
"My master? Oh--oh, yes--Ashtonl week? of Wi adMr an d edm t
He'll be along about supper time, I "What, to the vestry meeting? Why
judge." that's where I got it"-pbnadedla M '
"Tell me about him and why does he ha where I got t."-PhlIladelphla
have a valet. It's rather silly for a
student" _. At' Cr .
Not at all," be. assured her airily j M Hepeue-_o you a did an adt ot d-l
'The.-"rAwof Itdeli
Its very oaetuleometimes. .'charity to commemorate the twentieth
"I've basrd be is handsome, rich as analvrsary of our w a Mr.
atgreat&iversary of Ourwedding? Ma*l8
a great eStch." Yes, I refused a rais o ala
The valet wa anlfetly embarrass ptoeqe-Ye I refused ralse f Wo "f t
./1~.~~t a* M Ii l's .W t ,i-whe"wa fta ",
a Z"JE"aa'" Want A" ..i s L .. -


T. D. A;ai.

cal Company
Be:: P'. ,",
We do work In any pa-: ."

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ilders' Supply Depot

Pt attention to all u:nal

! Company i

F s* sF or'da

for rble Board.
elst Jacksoavtle, F"r i

vered to any

city at
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Telephone, U.
streets. Ph ,

I hereby certify that tha above state-
meat is correct according to the rec-
ords on fle In this office.
Circulation Mgr.
Sevn to and subscribed before me
this O3th day ofl ue, 1906
SNotary Abil.


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(C'. :; i From F'irst Page) I
- liams had ejected the empty cartrid- high cheek bones and straight. !ack !
.. cv : d after the first ges preparatory no doubt to reloading hair. indicating that there might .'
+ a I, :n all prn ability died his weapon. Young White, though a strain of Indian blood in his velu *
S.. .adly wounded, seized the assassir Williams Interviewed.
and was engaged in a struggle with Williams was seen at the county !
The Immediate Circumetanc. htm when Messrs. McMillan, Bobe. jail by a Journal reporter about thir- f
na:. :at could be learned of the and. McLellan entered as described tv minutes aftes a r he had killed Mr.
:tui iate circumstances, above. White. He occupied a cell up-stalr.,
,. :: with it are about as il Wiiiams was at once hurries to and when the reporter arrived at th a
the county jail. He is saiu to have cell door the prisoner was lying upon t
IC of an unusual nature had acted in a rather crazy manner oi a bnnk. He appeared to be very mucn i
..: :.,- about the store during the his way there and to have remarked intoxicated, having just vomited and i
:.'*hot'cgh it developed later that ,that they were all trying to kill him the scent of whisky filled that portion 1
V, :n; .hal been drinking somewhat and he proposed to do the killing first o the building.
S H, and Jas. Nix. head clerk When crossing the plaza with their When aroused and tld the object
: ning department, had be:oa prisoner Constable Bobe and Mr. Mc- of the reporter, his first question was: i
-.. d rerrranging the stock and; Millan met Deputy, Sheriff Sanders "Is John White dead."
... i over. Shortly before thwho asked what was the matter and When told that such was the fact.
11lliams had walked out was told that Williams had shot and he said: "Are you sure? Now, can
possibly for a drink, being killed John White. When Williams you swear that John White is dead" 1
oIt fa minutes. this he remarked in apparent He was again told that Mr. White
WiUliams returned. Mr. White eard this bM led Join a ar s dead. After a moment' s though
d in hi chr facing toward, surprise: Me killed John White? was dad. Aftr a mo s toug
d in his chair, facintoward i don't remember anything about it." Le began talking, though in a rambs- I
Side of the store with As soon as Williams wa remove ing manner. He said:
small oe table and just Jas White was helped to the office Well some people thought me sof:,
the ofice railing. He was of Dr. D'Alemberte where his wound but they found out dlnerevnt. If I die t
a newspaper and had one foot i or this, I will die honestly, and will
smawas examined and he was later re- be lke a man. John White was the

C.a1 4ty r es t which is useda: removed t tho an uitai es i v dne i. i m
are trying on shoes abest friend i ever hail. He helped

fr .lha tewas stand- ing aily 423 t Gre y street. drov e out of trouble. If he had kept
and to th. e left of hi back o h A Coroner's jury wam at once haven' ee t en cents. They are the
1:, In an r Hendricks as follows: e. Hale Wilson, W. n. Just because I tried to build mysev
.....n,-l man. some clothing a, moved tau done it- It ts not him I "u

v.r. f: h r f and wa trd ment and ater to there W. F ward, W. C. up they tried to p parties They

4 h . Walker. Eddie Fbrchelmer and Wm. started digging roots and built my-
A. Bond. Belf up to what I am to-day. My
Shot Wrthout Warning. After a full tnvestigation the jury only fault was that 1 drank some.
,Ac William wae d n ho m in a n a verdict of murder in the me to it. I ma hang for this. they
wn' I. pa- : n reInt of the old irt degree. John White was surely dollars where
,-rari,, n, ,,"back oe, A Coroner's jury was at once haven't even got cents. They are the 6

,lo r.-r :- ;n ,,i:n hen turned Jee White's Life. waas tho are the cause of it al.
V NV av;l ::-:- Hendricks as follows: D. Hale Wilson, W. W. Just because I tried to build myself

l:, :h, : and tad the rear Watson, Chas. t tewird, W. C. up they tried to pull me wldn. I
41 'ho,,.Walker. Eddie [ orchelmer and Wm. started digging roots and built mp-

A t.r. drin. Bond. lf and, op at to what I am tgedy. M
Shot WRthout Waing After a fall tnvestigaton the jury only fault waa that I dirank some.

A ,l.liam,. -a in from the brought in a verdc to murders a 36 The shoo I n g a attracted an immense
.-' h -.. f h ears: ago and had been in businesserowh at thie John White store and. He
thk White's Life. was the best man in Pensacola, but f e T. m h onhis here for the past 23 yeae. H b nbu t ed he or o several polf. If
tn .oi. i: ,n a~.s. ite an John lte t victm ofb o vayreste- he ad of don e right lace. Thed be
r;-, ,' tirl %i:h<,:c a word of warn- day's tragedy. was born 65 years ago, alive to-day."

*r ;par.n- n as. Nix who dodg- a rticles used by the sea faring doors were at once syut and locked
.' rnd a .un:efr and was not hi t rie. He was sucesf t from the be-3: and a guard placed at h door.immense
I chambers of th ler ago and had been in business u The two young sons of the mr

w ho en emptied. four of the halls the street until he nally established dered man. Eddie and Tommie. were
ak. : f.Thc' and the fifth goi here for the past 23 y se-.the bean the store wthe w ork of several polcce-
l- ned h:a d one almost within business t business of its kind in cit. ed and when they realized the ful

S# i i an eJe. The deceased leaves a wife an' feur import of the tragedy their grief was
A Terrible Struggle. ons to mourn his death. Toacce sons are: eoplehing heartrendom ing. Jathe Jadr-

an a- he saw what Williams Marco White, who is now In New York. vick, a nephew of the deceased, who
r young Ja". White rushed but warticl telegraph sea for lasi runs a small store n South Palaox
t- .m reaching him jusit the,: ht; JHas. White, manager of the street an ad awhom Mr. hitch door.
S : was rdand oust a Wil tor who !s land g s seriously wounded friended on numeroung ons of th occasions r-

dnin as n the hospital: Eddie and Tommic also nearly frantic with grief and hai
White, aged about 17 and 14. respec- :o be led away by his friends. He
the until he nally established red man. Eddie at th e ene until ome
':; if'n fifth : the recent ohn White was a man o e strict in the store hen the sb ooting. r-
a! ne t within irgest busintegrity-he very soulless of its kind in the cithonor. The bulleand when they realized lear
Te was respected eand seemed f ur import of the victimgeds boy wgrie found as
A Terrible Stru e. o to mourknew him death n his familyre:somethinack of his chair aer Jahe. Jdr
-c -n a- he saw wha! Wllliams Marco White,wo is owls New York. vick, a nephew of the deceased, who

,T young Jas. hit Jsife b h wha a model husband and fa- been runa small store on South P alx

Y oJ r thert ehes, passing out under the
SCause of the Shoo choulderdb ee. p ,t cartridges werT
m aching him just then sh; Jas. fhite. killing of thestret and wh om Mr. White had be-
S:: was fired and just as i t- e the attempts l ser kisly wounded friended on-ta nuleBo sbeons, w
tivlaide not arre at the scene until some

John White was a man ofethe strict-d t after the sootih Mr. W s

lays ago some difference between Mr. reading was procured by Cnst a
White and his clerk over the disp- Bolhe. It hns a bullet hoh. in .it h ere
et irance of omity-e veryods, but of acon he bullet e which passed clear ws
He was respeaed and esteemed -by. throulih the victims's body was founi!
all who knew him ar I4n. his family; just back of his chair af;er the body

Life he was a model husband by eathr' ad been remove It aernt in nt the
other. chestlled, thougting out under at the
h Cause f the Shoftingrm houlnder bhade.
There seems to be no de fnitel order of tcae emsh c alstrides wer
idai wished cause for the killing of M; B oe nd nhcre theva ha' been eJectef

haie achared William with havkilling of t were drawn upon the now ten as

taken Thi. t seems William tonal Bank. Three were for the sum
S to eo denied, saying that te stock had of each and one for $20.
SbThere had bought the itor and paid seer The paprevol which Mras. te was
Saece to prove ithe case against hiMr.and had never before bee Constabled

Look at our extuuiy Mr. White dipped it for the time be- was of Smith & Wesson mane. ea
it and nothing more ws said aboutdis merBoe. an of 38-ca bll re h in It whese
e of St earanpe f pt s Wilims ies be ed, but however, o the bulle and did not know that he
o nave brooded d bove thken by etr d ing that the murdered man wap

nd a your p~ick sibly fearing arrest. anI as a conse- The Coroner's Inquest. a
SKindGen F iarty ence th ae mdrank somewhat h o A h o hclokng the c aprer in front
r. Whie. it i as alleged, thothoie of Juhim as h t reading t.
he had mis d some tmck from tha e jury wa illams was ser ohed at the
Sg toting ore and heemp~loyed CoUp tble Babel county" jail a large number of, blank I

to look it up. h e conita reide at e cbecks were found upon h am. Four
what he thought was the stock In a checks written out and Bi-med v%. F.r

H 1 01 Wer store n the nttreetn her( illieams and made payable to her
s eab, ,he oounwy and & r. W hite s said r.o order of cash were also fo.ud. These

Have charged WillamMAwiEth having were drawn ulbpon the ttizens' Na-
taken it. Tisa r it e-t's Willams tonal Bankf Three were ,or the sum
T w rt to a U his e denied, saying that te stocl had of $1 each and one for $20. t
been bought at the stor and paid for The revolver. which was used 1
brand tie Coe iin cash. NSm having eoucient evt-,,Wtl!iasi. was apparently a new o09,0
tence to prove the case against him.: and had never before been urtd. It
Loo at our C3CtC1S Mr. White dropped it for the time be-; was of Smith & Wesson make, Blam";
ing and nothing more w. said about merles, and of 38-calibre. No me in
AIne of Suit po ir ii the store haz" ever before seen this
Williams is believe, however toI rvolver and did not know that be
2ave brooded over the matter, pos- pGssessed it.

formerly r t AI: t' mill wni iu werteg Jas pr _ed in a .q~f to

,J~ D g -'tr of rtL vtUegi rer the .bus Ni,

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"Modern" Fountain sen Contested la Spai..
fills itself, cleans itself There is 'one charming feature of
and writes evenly t the Spain--a fine capacity to Imagine your-
and writes evenly tJr the a.Uh 1.t r to ti e


$2.50, $3.50

235 S. Palfox St.
123 Phone.
^,seeeee,4.*---- *s eoe e e e

; self the center O Toe ear orw
Being and yet not be offensive. You
meet a man on a donkey in the In-
terior and get to talking with him, and
soon you learn that he has the finest
donkey of the province, and so far from
envying any man he it is who is satis-
fled that he is exciting the admiration,
If not the envy, of his neighbors. It I
met that same sort of outfit In the
mountatus of Colorado or Nevada, the
cavalier would be sue to hold his bur-
ro in contempt and would talk of the
fine bone he meant to have when his
Smin bad been developed. We Amer-
leans preach coatentunent, but we de-
splse the people who are contented.
The tre Spaniard Is thoroughly con-
tentad.--ati l Magraszine.
lw liRt a-- *a the Left i1de.
T2rcsa little doubt that an Immense
number of person habitually sleep on
the left side, gad toee who do so can
never, it Is seid, be strictly healthy. It
is the most prolik cfoe of nightmare
and aIso of the uleNSant taste In the
mooh oarish ag the morning. All
food eat O, d av"' the stomach on
the gBt adMe, ed bnce sleeping on
the left aide soea a eating involves
a s t o mI bng oeration which Is
anytidUabs. wdove to found ro-

cm va" at lwa s"e

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J. Elliott salesmen In the store; not know wat tianspired, but from
die White, son of the deceased; R. what Mr. Whie had anrtea to aim, iL!
laellaa, Jas. La. pe sad Constable seemed that be id not wish to proMe-
% P. Bobe. Porter Whaley was cute Wliase, as the latter had a
sworn as stenographer. family and was a pr* man.
Louis J. Anderson Mr. Blott aid that a few days ago
was the first witness called. His at- J I. Nix reported to Ja. White that
mention had been attracted by shots in WSllia f wass a concert wearing a
he store, and two clerks, Jas. Nix newsilt of clothes an. a Panama hat,i
aEd W. Elliott, running from the which eiae fom the store. An e a
store, calling for help. He ran Into animation of his account showed that,
bhe store, and the first thing he saw for the pat two ears Williams had
ras Jas. White and Williams tussling an a hat fedrone pair of tusshm ent
mear the counter. I e went into the and a hat from the establishment.
store with R. McLellan and N. C. Mc- Wednesday mhit an said the wit-
Millan, and the former seized Wil- ness Jas. White and Williams had a
lams and took the revolve i from his few. words over the account of an out-
rassp. Later Constable Bobe placed of-town ctadto er. The latter had for-
Williams under arrest, an as the warded Williams to pay on his
lam nde rrs s thaccouit, wich had been turned in.
store was rapidly filling with persons aout te, cch ad been turned in,
he turned his attention to clearing the but the lsttef accompanying it had
Stunned his attention to clearing the been destroyed, so Williams said.
White toli him that hereafter when
Edward White, letters came with remittances that
Ron of the deceased, was next called. they must be ttitned over to the proper
He was within three feet of his father parties.
when Williams passed near him. His JaN. Nix
father was seated in a chair, and as was the next witness called. He said
Williams passed he heard the latter he saw Willims when he shot Mr.
say: "I don't give a damn for any whte. The latter was seated in a
any of you." The witness said heWhie. Te latter was seated
chair reading a paper. He heard sev-
ooked up just in time to see Williams eral other shots but ran from the
shoot his father. When asked dit' he store as the revolver was pointed n
Snow the motive of Williams in corn- store, as the revolver was pointed in
ttnw the motive of Williams in pom- his direction. Regarding the condi-
Swtting the deed he sasd heing wpoed tion of Williams, the witness stated
t was because he was being watched t h a appeared bright, and
closely on account of a lot of goods that sehe always appeared bringing,
disappearing from the store, and that d n a tseem to hav been orkinito-
it was generally believed Williams gethe all day on the clothing sto-a,
was the party who took them. Aer but that Williams had left him about
his father had been shot he became &an hour previous and he did not notice
so excited that he did not know what him any more until he heard the shots.
Chris L. Hendricks,
Ernest W. Elllott. another salesman in the store, was
Mr. Elliott, who is bookkeeper in then examined. He said he was some
he store, stated that he was at work distance away from the shooting. He
on his books when he heard a shot heard two shots and looked up just as
within a few feet of him. He jumped Williams shot Ed. Dansby. He saw
manD turned just in time to see Wil- the latter fall to the floor near the
liams fire the second shot at Mr. telephone. Witness then ran from the
White, who was seated in a chair just store. Regarding the motive witnear
out-ide the railing of lte office. He knew nothing except that Williams
waid the third shot was fired towards was accused of having taken goods
him, hut he did not know whether from the store.
Williams was shooting at him or at Robert McLeran.
las. Nix. who was behind him. Con- Mr. McLellan was standing near the
tinuing the witness said that in his store when the shooting commenced.
haste to leave his desk he tripped and When he saw the clerks running out
'ell and did not see either Ed. Dansby he went into the store with several
or Jas. White when they were shot. others. He saw Jas. White and Wil-
Regarding the motive of Williams, he liams fighting for the possession of a
saiai that some time ago it was found revolver. 'He stepped behind Williams
hat large amounts of goods were be- and grasped the revolver, jerking it
ng taken from the store by some one. from his hands. The revolver had
and that a letter had come to Ed. been unbreeched as if Williams was
Dansby from a friend stating that the h.: the act of reloading it. Later it was
brother of Williams was selling goods turned over- to Mr. Bobe, the consta-
remarkably cheap in his store at Cen- ble, who arrested Williams. He said
:ury, all of which bore the name of that Williams appeared to him as hav-
John White: that among these articles ing been drinking.
were Crosett shoes, of which Mr Jas. Large
White was sole agent, and that the stated that when he arrived upon the
latter employed Constable Bobe to scene he fouid John White dead, in a
make an, Investigation. The latter chair, Bd. Dansby lying upon the floor
went to Century accompanied by Ed. and Jem. White being carried from the
Dansby and found that the store had store, while Constable Bobe and N. C.
been sold to other parties. They founc' McMillan had Williams in charge.
a quantity of goods that came from The latter had nothing to say as he
:he White store. The witness said was being carried from the store.
Mr. White.,.called Williams into the Constable lobe.
office and confronted him with the Contable Bobe said that he was
evidence, but that Williams denied across the street when he heard the
living taken any goods, but said that shots and ran quickly to the store.
all goods had been bought at the When he reached there he found Mc-
tore and paid for, or else was on the Lellan wrestling with Williams. Mc-
books. An examination of the books, Lellan had the revolver which Wil-
however, showed that no Crossett liams was endeavoring to get. He
shoes had ever bedn sold to the firm. took the revolver and placed it in his
Mr. White, said the witness, haa talk- pocket, putting Williams/undler arrest.
ed in a fatherly manner to Williams, After searching the prisoner he took
4nd the latter had requested a private him to jail and had him locked up.
interview, which was granted. He did On the way to jail Williams asked
him if Jobn White was dead, and
when told that he was, said: "Well, it
ANOTHER GERM DESTROYER. is his own fault." He told of going to
iHrpicide is Death to Dandruff Century with Ed. Danaby and finding
Herpcid e is Deathrms good there in a store recently owned
Sby Williams's brother, and also learn-
The germ burrows intc the scalp, ed that other stores, had been sold
throwing up the cuticle in thin scales, goois from the store before it changed
called dandruff, or scurf, and digging hands.r
at the root of the hair, where At saps 'Messrs. Elliott and Nix were recall-
the hair's vitality. First comes brittle ed and questioned regarding the cash
hair, then lusterless and dead-like in the register dor the day.
hair, then falling hair, and, finally The Jury Charged.
taldncss. Nine-tenths of the hair
troubles are Caused by dandruff. Withi- d
cut dandruff hair will grow luxuriant Judge Landrum charged the jury. ex-
Is, as nature intended. "Herpicide" planning the law and the various de-
kills the dandruff germ leaving the grees of murder, and impressed upon
hair to grow unhampered, as it does the members the fact that they were
with the American red Sold on not trying Williai or any other man,
leading druggists. For sale by W. A. but solely Itaest4ting into the cause
D'Alemberte. druggist and apothe- of the death of John White and by
cary, 121 S. Palafox. Send 10 cent what means anda by whose hand.
[r: stamps for sample to The Herpicide The Jury then retired, remaining
Company, Detroit, Mich. out about five minutes, when it re-
Murder in First Degree.
*, ", "** The verdict of the jury, as present-
ed to the court was that John Whit.
|I came to hij death by a deadly weapon
in the hands of W. F. Williams. and
that the murder was with premeditat-
Fills Itself e, design, thus holding the prisoner
Sll upon the charge of murder in the first
The A. A. Waterman's

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No Deotor can obtain the desred re.
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them to be, i. e., with drugs of the high.
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You must have his prescription filled
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and chemicals. We cordially Invite
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We have filled over TWO HUINDiCiD
THOUSAND Prescrlptons since we
have been in business.

Phone Drggist and Apotsmecry. 121 & Palafx.

Antiqauty Of (CAestlml.
False weights were found in the
ruins of the oldest city that has yet
been exhumed. And false weights will
probably be consumed when the earth
drops into the sun and the heavens are
rolled together like a scrolL Ancient
records and ancient statute books are
full of evidence that every modern
practical device down to adulteratl ns
and crooked scales was familiar to our
ancestors of the plateau of Iran before
the migrations. Vice is the old in-
habitant; virtue is the newcomer, the
immigrant, received with reluctance
and compelled to fight for every inch of
ground he gains.--Reader Magazine.
A Great Lack of KLove.
There is a pleasant story being told
just now of an Irish priest who, tak-
Ing leave of h!s congregation, gave his
reasons for going: "first, you do not
love me, for you have contributed notih-
ing to my support; second, you do vot
love each other, for I have not cele-
brated a marriage since I arrived:
third, the good God does not love you,
for he has not taken one of you to
himself; I have not had a single tuner
al."-London Telegraph.
Wkr She Lred Her.
Mrs. Cummin So you love your
grandmamma, do you, Oracle? And
why do you love her? Oracle-Be.
cause she used to punish mamma when
mamma was a little girl. I hope she
used to spank mamma as hard as
mamma spanks me.-Beeton Tran-
ThIe fitht t mlerde.
One of the few men to recover sight
after being blind from the birth of rec-
ollection was reported to have wonder-
ed at nothing so much as the flight of
the birds. "Why do-.ot people make
more fuss about them? he said.-Lon-
don Outlook.

"TI'e est ChMad.
Sir Arthur Sullivan was at one the
greatly worried about what appeared
to him to be a bad inconsistency In
"The Lost Chord." Sir John Robinson
tells the story: "The words are, 1
struck one chord of music like the
sound of a great amen.' Now, amen is
a word of two syllables, so that there
must have been two chords. He did
not notice this, he said, until after the
song had been sung in public, and he
was terribly afraid be would get laugh-
ed at for it. Strange to say, nobody
ever seemed to have found It out."

Net a Lingerit s reat.
"Dear George has only one fault,"
said the bride of three short weeks.
"He Is such an awful flatterer."
"That fault," rejoined her elder sh.
ter, who had been up against the mat-
rimonial game for three long years,
"will gradually disappear as the bon-
eymoon wanes."
"Oh, dear," sighed the bride, "I was
In hopes it would last forever."-Chl-
cago News.

HIs Do bftal complment.
"What was that he said?" queried
the indignant grocer. "Did he dare
Insinuate that I ought to put less sad
in my sugar?"
"Not 'at all. When I told him that
you were selling sugar cheaper than
any other dealer in towa be said It
took sand to do business lke you did."
-Houston Post.
Realism In Art.
Little Visitor (pointing to a large oil
)ortrait)-Whose picture is that? Lit-
tle Hostess-She was my mamma's
great-aunt. I never heard much about
her, but guess she was a schoolteacher.
Little Visitor-Why? Little Hostes-
See how her eyes follow us about.

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The following invttions have set
the hearts of the little recipients p2l-
pitating with delightful anticipations.
They read thue:
Ahin Wavrt White
requests your preece at a party in
oommnoratlon of his
tlird4 bdthday,
Wednesday, Jily nineteenth
Nineteen Hundred and Five.
Reception from efur to seven p. m.
Two hundred and sixteen East
Gregory Street.
Prof. H. Clay Armstrong, principal
of the Pensacola Classcal school and
Mrs. Armstron., left Monday night
for the mountains of Georgia and Ten-
nessee, accompanied by a party of
young men students whom they wi*l
chaperone during another delightful
stay in Cloudisnd.
Those accompaning them were Mr.
Ciarence Avery, Mr. Tyabue Sublette,
Mr. Preston Avery, Mr. Joe Grant,
Mr. Ernest Caro, and one or two oth-
ers will join them in a tay or two.
nir Ar-jnet

were tossing and moolln a in delirimh
and waited on you niaht and day while
your wife worked herself to a shdow
with the little ones?,
To whom dilc you nrst r when baby
had the croup? To wit m did you rush
for relief when one of the itld on es
woke up in the night t& hot fever
and plaintive cries? And who wph. it
that always came post haste knew
just what to do and did it without
making any fuss about it?
You know, and if you don't quit
laughing at the brutal motherin-law
Jokes you deserve to have a mother-
in-law who is just as bad as the worst
of the jokes make her out to be. The
man who wouldn't fgbt for hip mother-
in-law as quick as be woulS for his
own mother doesn't deserve to be
blessed with the compaanonship of any
woman's daughter.-Bryaa's Com-
Mr. 'Pressly Thornton will probably
lea*e to-night to join the "Cloudland"
ers" who left Monday night with Prof.
Armstrong to spend the remaining
warm months on the mountains.
Mrs. William Gelt Chipley and son
Billy are visiting Mrs. C. W. Hager-

" T,,~W-C man at "Bermuda Lodge" her beaut-
A party of young men who are ful home on East Hill.
spending several weeks fishingg up -
the Soundr this side of Seabtrese en- A Jolly party who enjoyed last even-
gaged a colored cook who was to go ing on the bay and lt the life-savi g
up to their camp on the mall boat station, return ing to the city about
Monday. And-to his credit it may midnight was chaperoned by Mrs. Coi.
be said, cobk went to the mail boat ton and composed of Miss Day, Miss
all right but declined to go aboard be- Hargis, Miss Horman, Mr. and Miss
cause none of his employers were Hooton (of Greensboro, Miss.); Miss
there to escort hbip on the voyage. Bonifay (of Roberts), Miss Coston,
Consequently the old old "servant Miss Greenwood, Mnli Mooney, Miss
problem" resulted in Mr. J. M. Walker FErdham and Miss Kuester, Mr.
coming to town and leaving this morn- Coker, Mr. C. M. Coston, and Mr.
ing on the boat accompanied by a Jack Hooton.
They say Mr. Pat Eagan, who car.- Miss Ermily Morley left yesterday
ruled an $16 fishing tackle with him has for Monteagle, Tenn., where she will
caught four crabs and a catash. The pursue her studies until she returns
other boys get nothing but little tour in the fall to resume her position as
or fve poupd frott. iart instructor in the High School.
The jolly young tachors in camp I
are Mr. oudlowe. more, Mr. Pat1 Mr. and Mrs. Marvin B. Moore and
Eagan, Mr. J. 1.. Walker and Mr.:d- .baby of Tampa, are visiting their
gar Purdy,. who are expected to supply unt, Mrs. J. A. Kirkpatrick, 22 East
their friends in tovna ,with anything lGadsden.
desired from miow to whales, for
the next two wess. The Tallahassee Capital says: Hon.
-, and Mrs. John G. Ward of Pensacola,
PERPETRAT mY LAWaON. are in the city the guests of their son,
f- I Mr. Beverly Ward. About fifteen
Thomas W. Ilwa was once visited years ago Mr. and Mrs. Ward
In his Boston ofe? by a yo&hg woman were residents of Talabassee, the
who came laden with all starts of col- former being then secretary of the
lege diplomas anm gilt edge references. fr Florida Railroad Commission.
It so happened that Mr. Lawson need- 1nis is Mrs. Ward's first visit to
ed a temporary secretary, and engaged- Tallahassee since that time. Mr.
her on the spot. When, later in the Ward, who is manager of the Pensa-
day, the young woman handed Mr. cola Daily News, will return to Pensa-
Lawson a number of letters that he cola Monday. Mrs. Ward will remain
had dictated, they were chiefly re- here a week or longer.
markable for their hideous orthogra-
phy. He called the girl's attention to Miss Pearl Bloom, who has been
her blunders, whereupon she replied the charming guest of her sister Mrs.
with a giggle: Max J. Heinberg for several months,
"Really. now, I think I must have left Monday for her home in Louis-
been bewitched." ville.
"Quite so," said Mr. Lawson; some
fairy has evidently cast a bao spell on: Miss Sara Heinberg left yesterday
you."--ueceas. for her home in Birmingham after a
-4- delightfully gay visit to relatives here.
Robert Clarke, the artist, tells this Dr. Cravey is expected home the
story: last of this week from Suwnaee
One day, while out walking with a Springs.
friend of his, this friend complained T
of a toothache and asked Mr. Clark. The Tallahassee Capital says: Gen-
what he could advise him to buy, as'eral and Mrs. J. Clifford R. Pester ar-
they were in front of a drug store. tried in the city yesterday afternoon,
"Why." said Mr. Clarke, "the last after spending a wedding trip of se'-
time I had a toothache I went home eral weeks in the north and west.
and my wife kissed it away for me." They have had a thoroughly enjoyab1te
After a moment's pause his friend outing, visiting many places of na-
said: "Is your wife home now?"- tional interest and fame; and the cor-
Modern Women.' .i *

The following story of Admiral
Dewey Is told by one of the sailors
who returned on the Raleigh and
printed by the Kansas City Journal:
Just before the battle of Manila, when
the order was given to strip for action.
the smallest powder boy on the flag-
ship dropped his cost overboard. He
asked permission to Jump after it, but
was refused. He went to the side of
the ship, dropped overboard, recovered
his coat an' was promptly arrested
for disobedience. Admiral Dewey
spoke kindly to the youngster, who
broke down and said that the coat
contained his mother's picture, which
he had Just kissed, and he could not
bear to see it lost. Dewey's eyes filled
with tears. Hle fairly embraced the
boy and ordered him to be released.
saying: "Boys who love their mothers
enough to risk-their lives f6r her pic-
ture cannot be kept in irons on this
Did you ever get tired of the moth-
er-in-law jokes going the rounds of tne
press? Every pert paragrapher in the
land has at some time or other had
his little fling at the mother-in-law.
and the number of Jokes real and al-
leged, written about that good woman
would fill the shelves of a fairly good-
sized library.
But are we not getting awfully tired
of the jokes-or alleged Jokes-that
place the moter-inlaw in the position
o' being a sou, dispeptic, selfish, dom-
ineering creat ret A Joke to be real
good must have some elements of
truth in -I-and the average motherin-
law Joke buam~ly laks it. Let a cheap
vaudeville actor perpetrate a villanous
Joke about -mother4n4aw" and the
thoughtless will laugh. Most vaude-
ville actors who do use that gag do so
beeamse it Is the only way they can get
a laugh.
Your P IothM4-olaw Now Just stop
and think abot it. Without her you
wo4* have o ItnIlg wife. Who was
t %t was a9 deck when the
witt of -yow t fr down
Into the rY a *lIth
YO' om to

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Mrs. G. A. Davis, of San Antonio,
-- Texas, and three little sons arrived
dial welcome which they will receive in Pensacola yesterday afternoon.
in this, their future home-for F'lor They are guests of Mrs. Davis's sis-
ida cannot afford to let General Foster ter, Mrs. R. H. Vick, at 103 South
leave the capital, where he so bril- Alcaniz street.
liantly fills the office of adjutant gen- *
eral-will prove a suitable culmina- Mobile Item: Miss Julia Yonge is
tion to the pleasant journeys they among a merry camping party from
Jrst ended. The wedding of this prom. Pensacola, which is being given by
inent and exceedingly popular young Mr. and Mrs. William Gonzalez, Mr.
couple in St. Augustine a few weeks and Mrs. W. Ingraham and the Misses
ago was one of the m~;,t brilliant bo- Ingraham. The party left Saturday
c!al events of the present year in and pitched camp near Bohemia,
Florida, and their residence in this where they will remain during the
city is anticipated by Talahasseeans week.
with great satisfaction and pleasure.
Mrs. Jennie Franklin Wiggins of Your job may be a poor one,
Century is visiting her sister, Mrs. But it might be worse by far,
B. F. Bryars, corner Davis and Lee So when you are disposed to kick,
streets, East Hill. Just think about the Czar.
EMINNTLY E UL. -Memphis Appeal.
"Good morning, doctor. Did you Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla re
have a successful celebration in your the only Extracts on the market that
lendleven amputations, will give your desserts the famous
"Splendid! Eleven amputations, "Blue Ribbon Flavor," which is dif-
nine serious burns and a dozen or ferent from all other flavors. A'k
more cases of wrecked nerves."trom al other flav A k
more cases of wrecked neour grocer for Blue Ribbon Lemon
M.and Vanilla. Takes less. Flavors
Mrs. J. E. Kearney of Selma Ala.,, perfectly.
is visiting Mrs. R. J. Kearney on East
Mrs. Caroll White has returned to
Bagdad after a Arlef visit to Mrs. Bounty Paid for Bugs.
George Hoffman, companied by Miss New York, July 18.-A novel
Wilie Tiller who will be little Miss scheme has been adopted by the City
Isaie's guest. Slhade Tree commission of Newark,I
N. J., to rid the shady places there:
Miss Lurleyne lPulghum left last of caterpillars, cocoons and other in-
night to spend a month in Valdosta, sects. Ten cents a qua:t will be paid
Ga. as a bounty on the insects by a repre-!
4 tentative of the commission. Per-
Mrs. Jennie Sordiquist, an officer mission has been given to bug hunt-
and prominent member of the Rath- ers to climb the trees under the com-
bone Sisters, and her little sqa are mission's charge.
both quite ill at their residence on
South Reus street. War Agalnst Consumption.
AH nations are endeavoring to
Among the recent appointments to check the ravages of consumption, the
the marine corps is noted the son of "white plague" that claims so many:
Rear Admiral WUllam Clinton Wise, victims each year. Foley's Honey and
U. S. N., retireat secondd Lieut. W1l- Tar cures coughs and colds perfect-
fliam C. Wise, Jr., U. S. M. C., was ex- ly aend you are in no danger of con-i
amined sone time j.o and was com- sumption. Do not risk your health
missioned from June 19, 1905. He will by taking some unknown preparation
be ordered to the School of Applica- when Foley's Honey and Tar is safe
tion. Annapolis, Md, for about a year and certain in results. Ask for
of special instruction in the duties of Foley's Honey and Tar and insist upon
a soldier, including military hygiene, having it. W. A. A "lemberte, drug-
the care of men in the field, prepare. gist and apothecary.
tion of rations for dietanL and special
service, drills, encampments, cam- BE A BEAVER.

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There are so many chinks in theof coral velvet spaced between tint
wardrobe that cannot be filled by any-ruffles of pink gauze ribbon. A wider
thing but this ever useful separate strand of this same ribbon is boull-
blouse that one feverantly hopes thatlonned for trimming, and disposed in
Its reign in this realm of fashlonabledalnty effect on the front of the wakt.
effects will be indefnitely prolonged.A biasc* satin girde is s:mllarlv trim-
the palest of pink ehiffot--the doablmend, atd the sleeve is a full paff
kind that is so often miacalled cbfh tof cidffom that ends above the elbow,
cloth-is used over a lining of a pal4Swn. the sleevq Is then spaced down
tint of soft thin silk. The collar an with a *ON f gamue ribbon roles,
little chemisette are to white moiussn s io esmapleting the arm cover
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1 (1ia p a i teface of the enemy and
Srth alfth- utia of the marine
d'era lift 40"pt and aahore. Toue
irt.: W14.pdl. an excellent exami-
SAtioh ari staloS at head of the num-
ber entering at that date.-Army and
arvy J L Mjs. Sampson, widow of Rear Ad-
mira Sampeon. U. &. N., is now at
Rockland, Mass., where she will re-
atan during the summer. Mrs. Dick-
Jas. wife of Rear Admiral Dickins, U.
.8 N., is also to be at Kockland.-ArmY
and Navy Journal.
Mrs. Alex Lischkoff returned last
evening from French Lick, Chicago
and Cincinnati.
Mrs.. A. .Hoffman is visiting her
s sister ,Mrs. H. B. Foster in Lockport
and on her way home will visit friends
in Florala.
"Phone 669" is quite at your service
at any time during the lay and it is
often more convenient for you to.
"Ring Phone 669" than to have "669"
phone you. You are always sure of
courteous response from "Phone 669."

The Bikthplace of Prompt Delivery


We have just received a supply of Piver Soap, direct from Par-l, X:
a similar consignment of Rogger and Gallet's, in cakes, from 25 cent ,
Also a complete liae of Piver Perfumes and Sachet Powders. a!l i..
Our Chamlos Powder Rags are soft and smooth-only 10 cents eact
Salt Water Soap, 5 cents.


PHONE 1100.



Goodness Knows the Goodness Shows

in al our low shoe for summer wear.

Like usual our reputation for the past nine years tells
you we stand behind every sae.
No After Regrets Goes with Shoes You Buy-From Us.


Phone 690.

117 S. Palafox Street


35c PER JAR.
RUSSIAN CAVIAR, 25, 45 and 85c.

Sol Cehn & Co.
Tbh Pue Food The Store that Feeds
Store Phonem178 and 480 th P.ople.


De pot Loan Offce,

^Uftaa S lBdfe, Prqpeter.

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on Jewelry, Diamonds,
Wtches, and valuables
of all kinds.

Unredeemd ledges always for sale at bargain pries.
Choice ine Cut Glass.
ised.Watches d clcks repaired and work delivered when prom-
We have a safety vault especially constructed for our bus'ne4<
in which t9 eep all valuables.
Oce, 06 E. Wrlght in Brigs-House.
Phone 112.

LET uWe FURNfin ,

l e lee u FoPROMPT A
Corer Zarrageesa san TrrAgn sta. DELI
Crw3i 0 -7- MIAprit


b Palafox
a, $1.00 PER :
NNE, T75.
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help b1U#Mo ore rPA be=w mt.e b.has a hard ete~imtne
after his 3.~ smaes.Hshei aatrM I
patlY spes tr urawt 014e cag: wmw jam b ae lowrcild a tripple. or
WelJ s you Me ga S towre @strn ? trug usa ame but
g orew-up~clld' a k n 1S Viinas is devoting his
t-wortN Otb cur of li tte Usecrippu deformed
Iitb..di m~allw your chid to a cripPhL

Etif her'.S Friend
U.x linment whicb hwI fomtall an possibility of acidprt j
Mrat: th is, it relamm all the abdemiaAl muscles aWa ,.
~ad umt oat e n ay access to the child eaIes th mns,
p nd so a inrt u that what baby cmc s ho niesh
ou am ilifewith a COInituticla well ableto ight
mid to bMeee int strong pure manood that i ise cOM, .-.
and dewlgt 1 wy trut nothr's heart.
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book as "Nsothed." t is (frIM

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Are Buying Pensacola

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. 1. KNOWLES.Prmsideul.
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FOR SALE-Child's go-cart, in excel-
lent condition, price reasonable if
sold at once. 223 West Intendencia
St. ljulylt*
FOR SALE-Two second-hand buggies
and ice wagon, all In good running
order. Apply at 222 K. Gadsden street.
J. A. Kirkpatrick. 16|iylwG
FOR SALE--Combination horse, 7
years old, 16 hands, sound and gen-
tie. Also registered brood mare. A
E. Hinman, Century, Fla. 6jly
FOR SALE CHEAP-Tilting Wind-
mill, tank and pump. Phone 1047 or
apply 418 W. Garden street. 14jlyl71
WALL TINTS by experts; results
guaranteed. Fairchild and Rice, Phone
485. 12julylm
FOR SALE.-Steam Auto, almost new
cash, part cash or real estate ex-
change. Call at room 4, 7% Palafox.
FOR SALE.-The best watermelons In
the city can be found on Ice at Can-
stantine Ceparlsos's, 128 S. Tarragona
St. 2junelun,
FOR SALE.-Two pair extra fine

that land is the basis of all wealth?
.LITT LE In a growing city or town, money in-
vested in land is sure to grow.' Pen-
PLAIN TALK acola is such a city, and you will do
well to invest. If you o not invest
We want you to know and feel now jou will regret it, for prices wlli
that any business entrusted to gre advance in the near titure
us will receive prompt atten- FOR SALE.
tion and have the utmost care. ,
Sh houses, renting monthly
If You Want is.00 .................... 1600o oo00
S-room cottage, East Hill
to buy or sell property, rent or (New) ................... 1500 00O
lease dwellings, borrow or lead 3-room cottage E. Romana .. 850 00
money, secure a Fire, Life or 4 houses renting monthly
Accident Insurance Policy, we $23.50 .................... 1850 00
undoubtedly can serve you well 10 lots, New City, overlooking
and to your satisfaction, at the bayou .................... 1750 00
same time save you time and 1 block, near Orphan's Home 800 00
Our Methods MONEY LOANED.4
are up-to-date and you will find
it a pleasure to deal with us.
Our advice is free. LESLIE E. BROOKS/

L. S. BRO WN & Co 204y Palafox, Fisher Build
200 TheLsen Bld's Iiso5s-mmsne .

We have about 910,000 on band, which we can lead on R
estate security in sums of $100.00 to $250.00 at 7% and 8%.


pod real,

Block 199, New City tract, 20 lots, at $3500.00.
Block 168, New City tract, 20 lots, at $175.00 per lot.
South half o" bloca 143, New City tract, overlooking Bayou, 6
lot., at $1600.00.
Block 120, New Cty tract, ovedlooking Bayou. 20 lots, at $2750.
A very desirable Dwelling, 6 rooms, now rented, North Hayne
street, at $2326.00.
Dwelliag North Hill, near car line, $2250.00.
Two-tor y Dwelling, West Gregory street, at $3000.00.


Two-story Dwelling, North Baylen street, $30.00.
Two-story DywejIng, No. 211 West Cervantes street, 8 roos
modern conveniences, $30.00.
Also renting property and bargains can be had by calling on

Thos. C. Watson & Co


Cor. Palafox and Garden Streets.

yuI g o, ~ a a a m%. .A,
S215 South Palafox Street. P ooa, mIda. | condition. Also one 2-hofte tude- -W 9
baker wagon.,W. S. Garfield. June. "W E SELL LOTS" Build you a house.", I will give you DALY SCHE
-DO YOU wat to buy or 1 anYthlaT prices on material. P. 0. Box 288, D H UL
A little want at will bring wr odertal Phone 310. Joel Frater. Yard at Bay. GRIST AND CORN MEAL MILLS 0T t- Olvlen
WANTED H JP WANTED tt e scut Is too Talaoeat ar nd Room len Street Wharf. 30junelm M. F. GONeALEZ & CO, Props. PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TERM
\ .T ::,n: a house with a WANTEID-A reliable man on a small to ayFOR RENT-Three large airy rooms, PIANO TUNING. M ARAILWAY CO.
.c. <. State location farm near thriving town, where a FOR SALE-Home on Bayshore. De. furnished. $1.25 and $2.00 per I am prepared t db tuning, and CHOIre MAL AN PURE GROUN Trains leave Pensaola for the
". "Tenant," care carpenter can get work. Would lease lightfully located four-room cottage week. Apply Mrs. R. M. McKinnon, pairing and guarantee satisfaction. 17 STOCK EED. Bayou Big Bayou, Warring
16jiylw on shares. Fine location for poultry at Magnolia Bluf adjoining Railroad 106 East Intendencia.____ 1jlylw ears' practca experience in th and stock fee Navy rd a Fort
farm. Address "Farm," care Journal mclogur Apply to A. IL MeMillan. O-- --furnshe o.years' practical experience in th4 the home manu dsckufer froNa Yard. an- o
farm. Addre "Farm," care Journal osure Apply to A M M a F RNT-Fourfurnhedroos.south. J. Conrd Scott 244 E. Greg- the home manufacturer, encouraging
To Twent, thousand-! 163ly1v laprl Mrs. Thomas McVoy, 113 West ory street. Pensacola. 5Jneim home ndury, tribute to bom am ar Ft. Barrancas 7
-adraeri OR ALE-One Choce block on to Garden. 16july laborand : a t. Brrnc 10
housand P. O. Box WANTED-A good cook immediate. FOR SALE-One Cho!ce block on top Garden. 16julylw* 2:50pm ar Ft. Barrancas 1
S rnd. owoCal -hAsrrdgo uaftehra electrr gH1SOMfLY FURNISHED front REGULAR MAIL N-~o ley. 3:50pm ar t. Barranca
a.15jlylw at surgeons quarters, navy l61 always, between 7th and 8th stre room; southern exposure; hot and ace for travel public. Dly er. 6:15p a Ft. Barrancas 7
.w 0.0 yard. ensacola. lyl Nature has favored this section and it cold bath, privilege of telephone. Ap- vice each way. From Chipley to ayS:pm atr Ft Barrancs
Smanufacturingor YOUNG MEN-ur illustrated cata- annot be duplicated. A.V. Clubbs ply 236 W. Government. Phone 705. head. Addrls 1. Tial, Chipl.,I *Saturdays only.
Snc required;profl-s' logue explains how we teach barber FOR SALE.-Beautifully located block 16Jlylw a. Z4 -liL Trains leae Fort Barrtanca
Sdollars r day. Ad. trade in few weeks, mailed free. Moler in New City, also several lots overlook. NICELY IJURNISHED rooms for rent, Pesacola at-
t*!n- this olaffice 12jly2w. Barber College, New Orleans, La. ing the city inBlock 80, New City; also with privilege of light housekeeping. REAL ESTATL, 8:0a ar Pensaola :
l_ jlylm* other lots in and around the city. Very Block and half from Pblafox, 219 rj! RAAL 8TATE In all part ao :00am ar Pensacola U1
A .Ay girl in need of tren-' cheap. Phone 470. J. C. Pebley. Government St. 23Junelm* To buy the ground nd we wI 2:0015pm ar Pensacola ..
ii. advice, etc., will fnd WANTED.-Agents in different coun- 20unelm. ROOM AND BOARD.-Delightful lo. buald yor houseM o long time pay. 5:15pm ar Pensacola :
S willng assistance by ap-R ties in Florida to handle Alpine Sate FOR SAIA-A small sailboat A cation on bay shore; boating, bath- gnt. D, Hale Wla & :00pm a Pensacola 6:
Matron of the Salvation and Lock Co.'s Fire and Burglar Proy: staunch and safe boat itr any weat. JIng and fishing. Inquire of Mrs. C. pm a Pensaola
Home. 33-d St. and ave- Safes and Vault Fixtures ot every er. Adldress P. X.. Journal OMc. Herman, at Fisherville. 8JurAlm. TAILORING- Diamoadl To SUNDAY CHEUL
:gham.Ala. dh. !description. Write me for terms. 25june FOR RENT.-Two. furnished rooms Get' clothingclmed, re and Electric car will leave
Scarritt Moreno, Pensacola, Fla., Flor. WHAT rodr rent. Light ouekeeping.01 W. repe o short to every hour from 6 a. m. to 10
ida State Agent. 28june. CHICKEN WHE AT produces ,o r ruent.o.A W he re mu., Pensacola, o, ro vu (W .-8t'W.
The Merchant Transfer daMakes fowls especially well avo& Chase. P, and Strday night Ba
your moving and hauling. The ceapest food to be found. F. PATTIEB wno want to r houe 11 p d a Bb
Guaranteed. T. B. Thor- Any Intelligent person may earn a MelleSn & Co Phoe 88. l'et _d. ---Aor aythiag h D rh Pensacola very hour at 7:30,
Phone 978. 18Junelm. good income corresponding for newM. Fee o a teor will ind .Tfe Joural want FOR ONE DOLLAR AND PAITY The "s1 .... and so on ntl 10:80 p. ., wit
papers; no canvassing; experenme FOR SALE.-17%foot sloop rigged '. CENTS per hiead, we will ha o mi X d exception of the Airst car leaving
-A light second hand ski.: unnecessary. Send for particulars. skiff, 8 foot beam, carries 75 yards A r- deah epr.s cowsa *. Leave &reoetW Gm forward freight, sacola at $ f. m., which wil, a
eap for cash. Address 11) Northern Press Syndicate, Lockport, canvass. In good condition. A bar.- BAY HOT,--O0~n night and day. t 1i But tlotsenca. fer g money, and valualn e of all dascrip turnlngn.'leve thb. D s at
S16junew. N. Y. 13june3m gain. Waddell, room 2, 28% S. Pals- roposPa Room lghtt l a. m.,y and" the 2:4. m. r wp. i
J f S ,. fox St. 23junelm l an. Trnsen trade so1tdh~I St~os to aB Bayou at 2:40 p. m.
o791Sodth Palates os S6l iaod&with oonnectimos for Cnada, Next. The shove is the .wesk day sk
: u .:y for cash. a nfew! A OR SAL -As a scr u e T t ILMAKER. w l, Cuba, ooi which will begin Friday, A ril 1
.. atonal Bank' o store. stock and accoa . PORT a 71 o, Ha E pont Electric car ll leave c
S- ddrsis J. L. J, 1 8-140 E. Intendencia. sAa P-l attx stre. Orders taor ejto. 7, 8, 8:50, 9:50, 10:50, 11:50 a.
.1 iune2m FOR SAL CHEAP-M.y three-year- FOR R mT tests. awatngs, camp stools and home The Southein 12:5r, and 10 p2. :50.. running:50
old Berkshire herd loar, Duke it fco et Pro o nt Com 9 and 10 p. m., running thro
.AN I You; eu t .c work of all Florida, No. 48.923. Also some fine M O ey to L an. opertes on r0,000 illm of wo*. the Big Ba and immediate
-. : .- c eaL: your fana, re- young pigs. 1 six-moths-old boar, all FOR RiNT-Offce room with show ela routes tha nig Be a cB Bayou to Palh
;..r ... : auo. jo your wiring. etc. registered and transferred. Carl Set- window. Apply at 34 S. Palafox. IVE YOUR HAULING TO ro th wllawait arrival of
.:, .: P.nsac(.a Eiectric Co, terliad, Chipley, Fla. 18Jly MONEY TO LND-On go real e 19jlylmo the Adams RzpreM Company, on train from Pensacola and will
crer li .Ldcua a:, Ba.vien streets. tt ~Crsitu ori y1 IORRNollateral, wlve-room dwelling n A throFRb W.hy- lf dth r run to Pensaol ahead of the
ljunelm. FOR SAL-Good secondhand up- at tlowestr a ie. I Ok Corner Hayne and Wright. Suitable' iIlL l from Fort Barranas.
-Iright piano, good as ew at 12 East Fisher buldlg*. BlISS for boarding house. Apply W. S. Gar. M,=b M VA V cars a d through pe The steam trains will run
~l: \-a & CO. revived another Government St. 15jlylw MONrY LOAN anO e say feld. 12july Thor. eThorsen Prep. forme a uid service, consttut~JIg present, but will observe this el
; ,: d pure olive oi, R I rl atbttr" 10 a blIVOR RENT-New five-room cottage HAULING OFP EVERY DESCRIPTION the largt m e 0 car schedule and wl work In co
,,,. ,. alu, half galons FOR SAI-Ireoh better, cream, w sl mm h4_. W_0I 04 on car line, corner 13th street and,- the world. tlon with it.
sweet milk, and buttermilk. de- meaer.*ae. L.A. Wlw 22
S. livered at any tme of day. No. 405 m Goverss stm o 1.A 0 8th avenue. Inquire at Turton's Photo SPtCIAL ATTENTION GFVEN TO Money Order are sold at
S.i- eT ope of urnam. E Belmont street. Phone 907 7jlylm* se I de A- 4lAery. G DAY OR NIGHT. cieu of the Sottern P Uw 1, eL m
e les-m ~e r yJour MON "l mWANe f tgo*. idR RENT.-Lower floor of desirable Company at reasomsble hours. BeS
Sa you arae ookin, ?d ter ~ spr o ti. Will aI a & Address 444, care Journal. p o. H. iw B 3n inad lAosy AMa E fan
S a you ar the "5.0Usor 30,00 m or or 1w '.edIt older I lot. sA R M
; i, akLe. thie population of be meen at James XH Wms. 2ONhY LOANED a l keti k FOR RaNT.-Residence lately o> t ifl I A W to end
SOO TURO tr aB Mtes Saa m sonal property on sort coupled by Dr. W. 8. Hall, No. 111 W. W K Mo amIIiHI t 1a1 I iimI W. Q. BARROW, Masteo,
"TAT; W-AT... .e.. a&a m eawe free Terms eas J. W. Bllard, LaRua street Apply to R. M. Cary, M W FIRST-CLASS PASSENGE
STATE WANTEl D--W itha o rch r-.s bet p bot 28% South Plafox St., Ph S. Palafox Itret. 7une Manufacturers of I R ICA SSEVIGE
rere good ft rnn land 1" O FOR RENT-Twenty-room house, co. and Dels For sale at Mailt Oce, 16 West -Between-
t -E ,d farming land. Must be UN, 7IL MITED amount of mC to aeg ner Barracks and Zarragossa street. LUMBER, LAT ,,WEDCYPRES Government. Brch oe, J. B ACOLA MOBILE APAL
hos. Pebley, Romana and THE WEST tLdg WOOD TARD can all klads t r Mo rpe Suitable for boarding house. Apply HINOLES ND KILN. Roberts & Co C Hayne and COLA CARAE
.. reets, Phone 559. 22april ,u y wit o ".vas 1~o Isel tmto1i_0m _nma larp to M *rs. .M J. Morno, 21C Et M.cJ.ra* at. s aen e, Co., CODREW, MILLVtLLL
-- r I k Ua. g ph 1 C. IL FOR RNT-Tp brickstores.Williamsco And all points n t. And
-U. --Mce phone 363. Residence:Wiliam popritor BLanan 106Soot Tarragona sW im*sL and C-rend yla 8:3<
l. Acosta &White. r22-28 ac. L4a. sg ain rblefo t erCa.1ier streets, Haao Br drg store, SarHe DLEApal
W tmciteONs, WANONwDoI" agAplyeVReAL 3&White&LCo.,ru trPa
A..E1irvers tbor The Jourals te P- r eaata lot MX t eaanel serity at Smarchdt 0 taurant, Merchans Hotel. oa. for Mobile, Ala.
c,&. Pensacola and Panama Canal o19 2f oar 11V.. M patlSlSi s Interest. Barualas isa in. OWER, Leave Pensacola. Tuesday, 8:3
Ot., which will shortly appear. quire of Bt d Chft h OLe leatin, &eDye wsi
The._______half-tinespictures__ofcitn D in-,Afor St.2AiSrewn, jt.avwdle,
ad special snes ca The JOu al has Wgnr"tc e ecola. Carrabelle and interim.
. -d -t at Journal aoBe. FOR SALE.-I am Florida State Agent LOSTFor additional lafoaton a
Sfor Fire and Burglar Proof Sates and MEMBERSHIP RATES 1 PER Pana BAUND
' .. .Second-hand Cor. 1 vault Fixtures of all d41criptions o o MONH. . COBns, Pres
1* .i. teed meal sacks. Out 5o manufactured by Alpine Iste ant MISSING-A white boy eleven years Ladies and Gent'g Clothing cleaned, Gen, Frt. and Pass. Agt.
'- olt oIciOted. Write Lock Company of C cinuati, Ohio. old. Has sear on left side of chin. OLD PAPERS dyed and repStred. Goods called for Pensacola, Fla.
S:"-" Co. 0tarchIm Communicate with me for prices and Disappeared from his home about and dellvred
A ' LA \AM wants your MOViig terms before buying elsewhere. Scar- three weeks ago. Any Information Ad ELL & FINCH, PROPs PeLSACO U
.:g... He gusiaranteesalUbre ritt Moreno, Peasaoolae Fla. will be gladly received by his father For Sale. t4L ** NOa t fMt T
,3 ',;3. 28june. W. L. Vermillion, 625 Heiaburg St. L Phone No. 1. Ppmacnla, Fla.. NO. l N. PALAFOX StREET.
actionon and tallyi _ng if- -
Goulding, 509 Souta

.. 662, Residence
4.,. Zt 2juaelm*
A. i, Jewelry ad a"ay sale
.. A wanted. We p aesa "
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& d your bMs- a wia
o eno. D. Bame WA-

,< nracting pajnt'er
t ine vrmishins
-.n painting a spe-
itphone 249. 17my.
'" iNTED-Young lady
S- stenographer,
S'r :-y tow-n. Com-
t ?" :re-. References.
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'.o3*aham building, a-
-. business Colae.s
S ".tion always g iv
'-U *-s Paenacola. Pa.
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for Rent.
North Hill residene, 10 reooeme..S.00
715 North Baylen ..............$4000
304 North Spring ..............2 00
House near PerdMe Wharf .... 20.00
21 Wet RR man .............. 20.00
314 East Strong............... 50
49 East CMase ................. 15.0
SOs W st Main ................ 1500
421 EAt GoWrNme-nau ...........11.00


Six desirable building lots at

A Nice Home, 505 EH. Gadsden, 7 rooms at


For Rent.
700 Wet Intand n* ..........
328 West Intendenla ..........
S0O North 7th avenue ........




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3161/1 South Palafox, up41llA%
suitable for lub or office
705 South Palafox. '
207 East Government.

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Prhing Tackle and Cooklg OUta
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Olen to charter by private parties
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Vbmerly hip's boat for Spanlsb
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PHONES, 358 and


Walter S. looton,
General Dealer in

*icydesBicyce Sundries

and FlM5g46
bm Btfes, Cash Registers, Type,
', ltrs Guns, Pistols Locks and Urn
br4ias repaired.
l1wa Mowers, Scissors, Knives,
L. sharpened.
Most complete line if keys in the
PHONE 1133.

Professional Directory.
Office 71/2 Palafox St.
Offce Hours: 9 to 12 and 3 to 5.
Atto rcyoaLaw.
Room 405 Thiesen Building.
PHONE 550.

Attorncynd Counsellor at Law
108 Iast Government Street
General Law Practice.

_I 0 S Thies Ud. P.on 7 .
O s-'buthwest corner of Palafox
and Intendencia.


em t Brent Building. Phone, .L


w- l be out of town
July 30th to be ab-

sent until August

L. C. PILLIP4S0 M. 0.
Olk at No. 7% PalJato Boun
06oe Hour--8:3 to 11 a. a, sa
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basdence, 10 North Palatox. Phone
I5-4wo rngs. Oece Phone 6.
ihmdays-Subject to can.


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trkFePrwtHri w he" n..- wet.vv l tgt- ,n,V .01 1.- f ,j.u. am b a remindT you.n
UOit r e PrlerllII J *ly mean docllity-. e., the readiness of Yours for good liquors,
the animal to accept Instruction. Now, MORIS DANNHIISER. M cD A I-YR
It p es a et tos P eth thn as In human beings, docility is likely toCO
n whi lea I vrtu I tor appreciate. Some of tbie pay be an evidence of second rate inteli' BE A BEAVER
a thapapes sor Weser.-A P~w pretty high to secure it, others gene, and the degree of intelligence is AGSNThE4W YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO.
I. .wear 'am .d get likely to appear when the animal is do Slaruba Bark is an old Creole rem.
it for half the money. In thing on his own book. It makes edy for Diarrhoea anJ all bowel dis. 7 0O-TH PALgOX STREET..PHONE 7m
so *s S l We don't ask yeu to our a bt t t wrsad is a good- one. CalaIs' PqeSY COLA, FLA.
Wedon'task you to taoe our to great dffeerene, but to the ma 81mtarub bowel Tonic does the work.
When the Mdial and Cirurgleal word for the excellence of our who tries to think accurately the co Is not a strong astringent, contains
society oft Tftod a tia 180n clothing, but It wonld stant parade of an obedient animal as no pi Or other poisons. Is palat- _
the babera-or meas sti ll mare PLEASE US I MENISLY one of exceptional mental ability to able and effective for children or
less tolerate. At one oftts erly et- if you would come in and look painful.-Joeeph A. Graham in Outtag. adults. rrice 26c. Sold at White's RAILROAD RATES
ags ore, Dr.; Wrdrd* .dvcated the at our offerings. Pharmacy. WORYH LOOKING OVER. bst
*excellent c"toa" t bleeding patients If you are a merch~at tail- s*es V.t. OVER
sill they fitted. ott they iht bp or's mr we will gu te to M has one purely rudlmenta ryg BE A BEAVER. Round trip ConVention rates on va-
na lhinesb Le ePaying too much and waltin; meant The coat and trousers yield ts rious dates until eptemer 1th, with
i asi lmble eetle. too long is the "mad-to-order" the mavgs of toll and time. but th sMaW*httls il s0IaM:Y-- final l diit 90 dafs, to California and
Sway. vbt ever preserves its bristine free- Lewis and Clark Expositon, Portland. Be
S t Paying just enough and get- nes. The history of a man's clothes TERSELY TOLD Oregon. Senid two cmt stamp for e11. O C
When a bigfaluft edtor io i a ting satisfaction is em way. can be written from the old vests BUSINESS LOCALS. 4 lustrated booklet, which It.a complete
hurry be 4sa't waft weds by say We fit all shapes, $ to $15. stored away In his wardrobe. The coat --- ---_ guide to Port jd, the Zposition anN
In "It raised. L a simply write., jbee wore at graduation and his e weddlug .. the Notlwt. o gqu
UAt"r amny -1s oC *N 606,eatiou- Round trip- mint s to C10
te many days g mr desiccatIon trousers become but m7th bat be c a Heqdrix & Carpenter will furnish radio and Utah;tn Septembr 30th, SO
tbe aPei apta l marb aled the always show you the vests be woa estiluneq on building and painting final limit Octir $1L.
Sal" W by Paay Morpo? r a those arust occasions. Th tal. and giTe personal attention to work Round trip ool-tis rat es to o
ir1m-0-9M mtes t mo f* 1or who OIent a ityle ao die teat 9 2 Str a n, and 824 at LaRuL ana, TesahM 4 diaTer A Fried man
I it tc will omit the vest has fortune a street. ritory each ftrat at thbr4 r sd .
aqua r n Mt to stre for him. Mclse Oerting & Co., wholesale days eTachro PrI aL iit ,
% b9 ol le days each WoftobSlB ytli Djtutbuter.
sea ili.,. (1, AsIH 0" AIISON u- A- a sa wtat Ship chandlers and grocers, C. to San Pral wtbot change
a e Sh, a p u 1o per1 a m n M Tragerdy-Hamm made his debut ith ePly fnretlla housa of the kind via Atlanta, .___Io a d;
Or w e tr e CASHC e t(,0 im as a ttar at lgiht. aad I p hs a li Pensao Fa rir es to an e a. Nnew Ore a r.aaae pae a a .nepo d ria adS
S*te esto tTUwsWtt to love ience. wa ery cold. Jae O er4y W use Inrerior paper, when ye two ears & e ko to tL i;
ITr *F Pbo --es; &a were atarst i Trasg can KeSo Bond. French Dimity, uum Po u; s
TO". '- l f. rt a -Ah! OF at rst? Lowe CO e I iMap Ears or Crane's Bond at 0, hV.,
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TErcae ear FO ACTr e LoS nlWOngK. S m ,. A ETS, $ 4M t OURPLUS M,
L 'p OFFICIAL URY t Bilmnt, Br as, Barnes,

Onlr ue em a trte k ihe CrtC The Galaeavllle Gpa ays: "Mat: auste Aust **, Lacevich, 1113 CBnSaco G^
SILal y Wt ty le B sTter have Gud a ta defte ew to l Transit C o. Art, t .
sA t t W pportlon in the mhttr of loctii Tt Et Gar tland A a MING GREAT COD
T"Ce D ToO EY R. FOR ACTUAL WOn. _6 n6 dl toa Tr to A. Brown S Co.

eobvicteau eb a-ed'sd ws s.entena. the University of Floris fh Gainesr * BrtanUagham. Br s. Flause, 1685, ,, "
,a. the.C mS arret- ed t mt are prepays d 6r r, MrC h Sr sS John.A S 4So 1, Ha-

ed me ti with haS to be^g ast ntGohevarnmenta -u o lin Tat anno Centoa Life
i m nt, them oB nabones

. and wchr S h brers bwere "P'rof. N. H. Cxo pfessor of civil F 'arL. tal so, Parodi, 3697, Botoni.
.2t4 7 l f Transit Co.

Me etrs. Bmantt a dl K otterer. engineering, and his:asstant 1. .1 toGai Trasit Co.
The eame of Alonjb Murphy, charged Ekman, accompanied by..Dr. Andrew Goodwoed, Br oS. Boo^ 2313. Balt:i a u.--a-rh pata. lower x1cue rac w\ :hl<
.with ,^ "tn Ye=t to d' v urpentine Stills, o .. e o30.1 sB. l-..ot -.. a" J" .4.
t yort, e fe te h a" d . TN NeW Bros Co to Gulf Transit Co. Fold b ay fr oato dfeide the r
tried. N ternoon on was held nd others, visited he rounds re- donia, Ger as, 15, KahdBoss, New

th'ee btela a can docketed for trial. cently donated by the cit a bot one U ion, r s ter. 72, Grand Cay- S lAW
mP 0 it S tt ilK lle west of the court house. After Manufitrkto Am. AA er t,
c cath greed lamu iAa w careful examination of the grounds- n Brantomam Ber .s, n us, 1685, |
SDars-TORS rrivWILL ad i n the city ae eprearing. et. Mobile Ala ha, Br ".Johner on, 41,-Ha-
Ing With mWsvkpethethe thmlteun.H ron a P .Hfsso o N -- A.-Merritt & Co. -N --t rl
Sandlease with t The boarders were bette ondb' ital ss, Zluti,
M Bai 4 Ketterer. engineering, and not hisave been secstred ntunp F. G. to G Tas C.
The of Alonb Mrp c m Cox expects to rin drePewin, Ansi sa aaljanovtch, 1463, tUGoiWin. .BKese. oog. 231,s n F aloer Mratelwe
with 4161lt wita intent to murder Sledd, president of the of.vetshty e ar

w nactiven work of aying o te ouns o tampsteo to Gulf Transit Co. 1s6 anepatonhl r
i A a laternoo d Prsess i Monday morning, v ad will e engaged sRomole, Bras P esant. 1380, Huelva
thtbn casedoketedfior trial. cently donated by the cityabUout o weeks.He onill be UanrosP2anGadeys-.

the meric ba l r e orty of e Srt oe a tre. ana, Itl s, Bsnchi, 28, Gno or and Spply C
ecarefulnt of their cthe. ground's, aid frceBNalto Andersona1 roster. N AN ER E

-PO WIiwihirtsheotetday tr. S ledd expressed that the facsri sn es market losed l.-The na o Tresa, A s ersich, 331 G. M at nd Reprr
May 18 on a order e b oeto to Pen a Lumber Co. MAHIN RY AND BOILERS
veror erl Wright, and its f the coming session wold the mpV GulfpTransit 18, Bstina ORGIG MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLI
Grr e l W li t i-b t thae ber s Pecine, Aut anovich, 1463, .
air awte pl Inh r-ono ot will equal anything lo the Sount. WG ...................... 4 50 amI eo r GlfTransit o. R SPCIAL
by A a th Proess.n Monday morning, and will "e engaged MA 1 T W o t o.Gu13 Hufel TransitCo.S

la tuiteos The on for aot to w s. ee will be t D's wo have M t- ........................... 4 25 Lverool t A. A. Brown & Co. Promt attentioniven to all orders, oay or night -.
M depositors. -On May 26 the attornesO been selected rom the leading dista- K 4 lae
et er ca n bak willer he pceive forty tltoc Sotureywor. W Pal tto e* *** 4 00 Deiarogor: lobatta, nci. b9k, Fer.- Chains of a!l descriptions.
ofe a re The bank was cp In speaking of the iverity 3 Savannah, Ga., r, 124, Bnes res to ello Of -The Phone to Gulf 123 PHILTransit WITTMAN Mr.
May 18 10, e lasts in el Yespestave branches. G Pine Lumber eo. .kidenre Phoo l P. O. Box :23.
breathee state has we r known, tha t WWh ......................$4 75..... 3 FO N T E S I

TOfairs were placed In harge f the : will equal anything In tertty l Bu s W t. Pe Transit o Lumo. T S I
insular aOF THE UNITED TATE. proe a great stee,-and he and his D .......................... 4 asHunter, R -
Seitcient faculty are determined to C Itl b ....................k D Clnguni. Ollva.Pl. 1258,een
By Asothed Press. bwork to th -. beenSrit Turpentine, 9 cents. from Geenol. to Rosasco Bros.
Parisa July 18.--Paul de Rouledt, .. Innocent, Ita] bk, Garriano, 769, Ft r
who recently reed to return to THE ANCIENT ZORA.n New Orleans Cotto Futures. de F race to Rosasco Broas.L rI H T T1 LV TNm C AF
France unr PreeTIdent poubet's pro o New Orleans. July 18.Market Oceans, Port bk, Molledoig 11, 1New
iamation iAter having bsen convicted W War tiLe rIrst r woet a We t.eady. July 10.96 bid; August 11c; Orleans to H. Baarj t& Co.
TOEove a great sutccessopd he and his-E)...........................3 67 B

the United Btatea lor the purpose ItC wa. bak in Cleopatra' time that december 11.04 asked; January 11.09 Cl bro.k D C
St Aercan ont ost was fst t lht of. Who 10; ebruary --; March 11.1. farry Wno. tM DAY AND NIGHTros
with vieJuly to avocating revision knows but perhaps e dky bety t t b Grr. ewis. Br h,279, Matan
of the reenh coy titnuton. The an- nto THE ANCIENT ZOA New Yorkl Cotton Futures. to J. A. Merritt RoCo.
France President Iaioubet's pro,- Ncw eOra, July 18.-Market Ocesna, Port bk, Molledo, 1123, New T H E G O LD M IN

ao atheoner havig en conde Wre e wce F e C set a d ened steady. July o d at ; A s ; s, ano to asr MAHHT N A HFIST-CLAa SE&RVICE. WE 'SEND ORDERS
to statement s sPaul de Rouei e v s ome new charm to her faw or lmgure? ugust 10.85: September 10.87; Octso Lassel, Am sch. Reynolds 1225. Bal. OUeOE. HAVE ALL THE DELCoIES OF
was going to i ate thc. Anyp waa, itn Ceoatra's that m- ber 10.95; November 11.01; December timore to master. THE EASON.
btyo corset sfret Oappard the shape 11.08; .Tanuary 11.10; February 11.17; Magnola, Am sch, Houseman, Pas-
BE A *EAVCR. of a atoitened linen rl0e.- .alled a March 11.22; May 1123. cagoula to order. Ra -ro -2
Sometlm it ws worn out Mary A Judge Am sch, Morris, 399. Regu lar D nner, Wrm 12 to 2, 30 cents
f the French c ut de the tunic, tightly laced and much New York 8tock Market. Cardenas to master.
In o iand whre ss de treasure is eeled. New York, July 18.--Te ton fres Jlia, Am ach, Ward, Ke est to e 536, two rin
brother Andre 4d.e s uleedIr 3er to Then fashion wler the od," opened stockeady. July offereound at 1.8ew orders m to Maste. MA TNS A FIRST-CLAS SERVICE. WE

fod state mnlatw rh4 Pl de R oulele some n w charm ton w bar the "orai ufor exe ution and pgint o1f 0 to La Nelson M. Atwood, Am sch, Watt.
hwas going to t Ao i. oAy it d for twelve ten that the -ere the rule, varied with few scat- 63, New York to order.T T SEASON.
was a cotoner's d4ty to bda a in- languished. tered losses. Pittsburg -Coal pre- "8hips.
qut in aae of a bgary. brytatute Tie Greeks anpd Reomln next hela ferred fell % andVruy gink1-Carolina Agostine Terrizano, Ital use p, Cu.-
of iwrd A dee R. t whe or- a stiffened b eaunty unad led ea was oo Chemical %. nera, 1170, Lvepool to master."e cBommmled by the ng'a enowuo for them.r vaelymion, Rus ship, Aylinr, 1883, 8tot
amlm or by Sthe ineSt mea of the Is te titienth lcednt aion came Cotton Marke Coditiona. Navalre to master. illilliW mtfMf ^
I they ShaU' t the places Catherine de MMi, Mat enerletir New York, July .18.-The cotton
when a e tlanior openly dead ly- wso peddled. o rsth( rm market opened stea at a decline cr BE A BEAVER. r C A O T

changed to ,, ., o. <,o GRAND OPINING '
Wun shan forthwith command She not only wore it baem bat o 4 e and there were large overtght4 N .
four ea the oext towns or ne, or s. land an edict that al omen of birth buying orders sending prices some- 6=3, New Yo to order
to appear befre him in smeb a place." ansd breeding should wear coret what above last night'-; figures all OF MORRI DANNHEISSR'SBRAND
which should reduce their waist meaes along the line during., ia e early trad- NEW SALOON ON WEST ZAR u.
Sar l ek urges to thirteen inches. ing, but crop reports were a, little le.s A G Range gives you a q fre a moderate fre, a
In a reot artkic on Ameralan an This conet was aalred a "eor" and lulllsh than expected, and with the RA A STREETre. Each same s controlled by a "slight turn of
bali writer gre the following a was stiffened in erery Ip lble man- weather good and receipts heavy the the w It insures, too, a cool and comfortable kit-
net the loss of abot 1@ 18 points many friends an the public in general he
r m ru, goto r CatherIne de bodie hat ewereptic New York, -July 18.-The cotton

story, beeslan a poor suddenly deadn land forced, while over the "rp" as ere was a rally o points latr that I have again opened the doors of
bathig: "All at Mlce a shark, a man clasped a perfectly flttng corset cover, 3n the morning on a renewal of bull a rst-class saloon. FINE "ECLIPSE" RANGE FOR $13.00. CONNECTIONS, FREE.
eater, was coming the other way and constructed of thin plates teel, support, but the market looked very It is hardly necessary to introduce
o w here t!rsu ire Is oaidto' be thecorset with viii id o a b higher o n te GRAND O PENIN- Y BA KE, O AN STE IG

wa p q e f m honed Is and unsettled isf expectation myself to the public, having been the
ifuey eyed each o iter for a moment on hinge. of bearish weekly crop report t senior partner o the firm of Dan.
and then nthe sharx blashe and sped This instrumen t of tonrtn lasted on- mid-day. hetsser Bros for about 18 years. te t
away." til the early part of the seveteeath It t nearly a year ago when I dil- 27 East Garden Street. Phone 149. 5
centdrye, hen mor pUlabli materials hat a e las 'rrow solved partnership. ANter dissolution "R
[which should reduce their waist mesPitt along the line during.lie early trad- NEW SALOON ON WEST ZAR.Aes-yoaqua mfir

oAt i *AemA were adopted. One of the Eton and Harrow school ne, but oiurg to the severe cimae. -tll tflalisluittllt. IRG A STEmV-
MrI. HI Uppe--ear, did you see an Beautifully qltd t bo cricket matches rllsed a and tullis h than expect, an amusing the slw fe. Each flame Ined to c
of those Sae old iqueduets while you placed Cathe-lnle's lin tlesi.B Incident. Eton bad a monotonous again to the sunny sough and settle-
were n Italy? Mrs. New-llch-Never The next change in posleet has- tries of wins for some yea rs, and o ae ong my friends in Penlacola
g acro Gertman we kept a lookout the eighteenth century, when leather following: urged me to go Into sie liquor busi- my II
for some of them German peasants stiffened with whalebone coae into oh, e boys of Harrow r17ool n iess a ain. m now ready to serve g al shen.
but I never seelgch a stcarclty of oe. of cricket ye aa ve no knowtedsl youa with the finest and best brands rang in our inde n a n o d te d s
towl no place.-t Bmas City Drovers' ma nce then It p ha er ong orseta ly It is n ot crcket, bat the tool. of ltquors and cigars, and beg to In-1 E "ECLIPSE" RANGE FR $. C E IN
Teleram. ing the other way and constructede o l, You plportay against Eton collked very It is form you that my aim and motto will errdly necessary to introduce n

woman there P' a eelal adapted The Harrow school poet was huntsd be, polte treatment, air and onest did
swam up squarely front of him farset.hio-New Yo Amerener. out and commanded to sexpec a tationg ysdealf to the pand nothi ng misrepreente.
"A eyeyed eachot he r oa moment reply. This lever response made hitm senor parer o e afind e*perienc.-
antyd td shatl-bued andt ed s In mo-us: mae yon fee at hone, ye m e ou An Endowment
In advelrty. Tu frenda Tit n t -if. as you say. we play the fool. enter my saloon. I will also call yo~rj
pei only when Invited, but I -No wonder we were beaten attention that I have a special whole-: P icy
dtereulty they me ethat an in L- ThAT that a no ot En sale department. I have engaged Mr.
station Could eer compete with Eton. Julius Gugenheim. a young man well
Doestty la Doa. known here, to solicit you patronage, W Dl serve a noble pl.i 1t
o A has 6we o-les. ipc edoh r whi tnak ndots o and any order he may receive will be- caase of death. It may arnd-
weMen ItalTy? r. I h-ev ia r n c*ne Wil people who talk about dagn de- carefully and promptly ended to. fortune, or keep h
age a f th trouble of tfi learn to differentiate between t My prices are as low as possible. leve behind from der
wldt Oapb t -We4-jo d ao't havy Igence andd docility The word "intel- Free ies chowder oWr my opening it's a good as a govmry.;":
t fore eme f m dm't w st tbl-Dew- l b Oent" id L7ed almit uneerlly i day. bond. Take one out whi: l.
ga Gnr aanyd wrttlno when o t e elnr reer l.m tn or kind atrn~ r be I

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