The Pensacola journal
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075911/00789
 Material Information
Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: August 5, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000373755
oclc - 16280864
notis - ACB2955
lccn - sn 87062268
System ID: UF00075911:00789
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news
Succeeded by: Pensacola news journal

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Latest Telegraphic News Service--Foreign and ic--Furnished by The Associated Pre

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NO. 188

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is alwy read by newly al







e Orleans business Imterests Caricature Sketch of the

Believe it WiM Restore
C i als.


L:,nougb Situation is AiMttit to
have Grown Serms.

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By associated Prea.s
Aug. 4.-Fiollowing is
< t, o'clock to-night:
4 .., total cases to date
S,al deaths to date 89.
\ 10, total sub foci 76.
,. )r the day is a surprise
*,:tilently looked for a large
t new cases in view of
SrVlort. There was a larg-
S non-foreign names in to-
iaan appeared yesterday
'. ". Only phase of the report
-,d uneasiness for it shows,
was making its appear-
:iaz other elements of the
Milo Brady, traveling inspec-
State Boaro of Health, re-
her case in Jefferson parish,
New Orleans.
intention of admitting that
nuation is beyond controL
of revivingau
S:South, the aocial and
~ to-day deeded eo
P resident Roosevelt
States gowernaent.
e' struggle now
yellow fever
S ., .: Louslana.
.: ; *'. the action
Sx;.. at within the
S~GS:: :. general W'y-
S: ', 8 .' -o>)ir'es of the
":. ,>: v :. ;. vrt.ilsted in the
S",'- ,,n a; the result
It- :,,* :o-day at the
l : ''-ident A. Brit-
r were present
:". :ia.nian Angier,
S:ee. President
"~''' .:. Board of
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Magnate of Standard Oil

N Rockefeller is spending the summer at his estate near Cleveland, 0.




.' al. com- The Sunday Journal is going to be to appreciate just how much they are
a particularly good one tomorrow, so getting for their money or how big
S pat In good, n fat, that no reader can a- an institution their paper-The Jour-
.. 'nacon in- ftthat no reader can at- nal-really is.
Sthe situa- ford to do without a copy of the paperI An increase in advertising rates will
S - ,wa- not and no advertiser can afford to stay 'go into effect shortly, but for the
S \.. a- ecurrediout of it present the advertiser i. getting the
*, -:, im it! It is a fact that everyone who will present magnificent service at the
S* ':,. observe the matter has noted, that seme old rate which he has paid for
*:',.,: '. v,,.,. an The Journal has since the first of last more than two years.
S. .' f n January published every day a bigger What The Journal wants to impress
* :' 'papor a better paper and a more ex- upon the public particularly now, how-
'" '" ' pensively operated paper, than is pub- ever,'is the fact that onnorrow's edi-
..... ..,.", -, lished in any city of Pensacola's pop- ,tion is going to be a fine one and both
..... c elation any where-either north or readers and advertisers will get the
.u, th. biggest value for their money they
a- ),., pro.' Pensacolians have become so used have ever received.
".,a '-'. ; ,: \':,.n to reading that they undoubtedly fall' Get ready for The Sunday Journal.

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and Prominent

Milwaukeeans Indicted

S* .: .^' .'-:i ne f po -
:'* 1 I.a u:' hor:ies. By Associated Press. ery being alleged in three indictments
A-: A-CarlBy A.' Prom oe allegin perjury
INSTRUCTED Milwa:kee, Aug. 4.---~arles A. one alleging perjury. whom
TO T C E lrwaThe li-st of persons for whom cap-,
TO TAKE CHARGE Pfister, one of the walthe an 2ases were issued and the charges are
C iiEn prominent citizens of Milwaukee,ias follows: Charles Pfister, capitalist;
A:U 4- tro.inr was iudic:ed by the grnd4 jury of Mil-' larceny; John T. DIttmar, formerly
-* ,.i" 'or-wtP, 0 Sur- iuke count o-day charged with supervisor. bribery; George F. Reich-.
1 \a.:, o. the Public dealing $14.00) belonging to the Wis- e.-t, supervisor, bribery; Barney E. Ea-
la:., H-, spizal Service, 'cousin Renderti& Co. At the same ton. state senator, bribery; Frank F.
Stimie indict n-nts were returned Schultz, former newspaper reporter,
8"i S' 'cnd Paze.) against four others, the charge of brib- perjury.
idled Merchants Out RRIVED_,IN NEW YORK.1
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of Thousands or uouars

Associated Press. 'and payable to some other person.
S4.-Charged with Tbh n all (he writing 1- erased with
:- in twenty-one chemicals and the blanks are filled:
:n of dollars. Nor-,cut for any amount under $100. In
l ai,'ied money ord-ru Chicago the signature of Povsmaster
,. was arrested last Coyne was forged.
; -'a: siatkn. Rober:s' The raised order then is offered by
b s aiesman until a few the swindler to some business house
l,- is 27 ycars old and in exchange for a small purchase and
N. w York. but his wife the remainder. which the forger re-
": ,, celves. represents he amount of his
I.. s have not different dishonest gain.
:.veral other swildlers.I Roberts's Itirerary included New
'Oman. who have been York. Boston, Prowtacet . Paw-
; 'tentiary from Chlcagoi tucket. New Lmihdoa, Baltmmre, Phil-
I three years. Idelphia. Cincaat,. Hanrtshrg Nor-
bayb a money order atj toik, Richmomad. ,Dytn Indiupols,
Usually for 25 ceata, Chicago sad Mitiwakef

New York, Aug. 4.-Four fever sus-,
pects were taken from the steamer,
Neuces. from Galveston. at quarantine
and transferred. to Hoffman Island for
observation as to the cause of abnor-
mally high temperatures. One was
a steerage passenger, and the other
members of the crew.

Lack of Medical Supplies Cased
Termination of Ios-


And All Supplies, Records Etc. of
Russians Captured.








er Barret Believes Alarm Will Bring Searchlight to Bear Up'
n. ......as..a ,, -_.nl. on Any Suspected Employee


of His Denertment.

THE FIGHT AFTER THREE DAYS1 Exgerated.... -r .---...-
By Associated Press.
TION-SPOILS CAPTURED NOWI By Associated Press. Washington, Aug. 4.-Secretary
UNDER INVESTIGATION BY THE e San Francisco, Aug. 4.-John Bar- Wilson, of the Agricultural Depart-
rett, the newly appointed minister to ment, js determined not to take his
VICTORS. Oiombla, is here in connection with annual vacation during the progress
the commercial relations existing be- of the investigation In his department.
tween the United States and China, He intenaied to leave August 1 to
particularly as regards the boycott in- make a tour of the western forests,
By Associated Proe. augurated by the Chinese guilds but the work will be left to Chief For-
Toklo, Aug. 1.-The bulk of the Rus. against American products. ester Pinchout.
sian garrison of Sakhalin surrendered He Insists, however, that his mis- Secretary Wilson said to-day: "If
to the Japanese July 31. ;sion is not of an official character, but any person has reason to suspect the
simply to acquaint himself with the integrity of any of my employees, now
Three Days of Fighting. feeling of the people of the coast as to is the time for him to speak. We are
Tokio, Aug. 4.-Noon.-A report giv- the boycott, and interview some of the inspecting the business now and want
ing details of the final pursuit and sur- merhants who are engaged in the ori- to get at the bottom of rumors or
-render of the majority ot the Ruslan mental trade. facts that may be brought to the de-
garrison on Sakhalin island has been Mr. Barrett, while conceding that apartment. I will bring the searchlight
received as follows: the Chinese guilds are all-powerful in on any employees whose actions are
An independe-nt cavalry column on their country, Is of the opinion that suspicious."
the afternoon of July 28 att*ked the the present alarm shown by the peo-
enemy south of Paleo and routed hiw, ple of this country over the action of ATT E
driving him southward, capturing two the Chinese is unnecessarily exagger- ATTEMPTED I
Vfeld guns besides a number of rifles ated. He firmly believes that what-
and a quantity of ammunition, ever grievances the Chinese guild's; L O lD l P
On July 29 the cavalry, being rein- have will soon be dispelled, when they B v i OS T
forced, vigorously pursued the enemy are made to realize that our govern-
south of Taylan. which Ws twenty- ment is disposed to act fairly with By Associated Press.
five miles south of Rykoff. The esemy thmw in the matter of immigration. San Francisco, Aug. 4.-An attempt
halted at OaI, twenty-five mnilks south He is also of the opinion that our to blow up a ship in mid-ocean has
of Taylan, and at 5 o'clock on the future policy as regards the orient been reported by Capt. C. Tousee, of
morning of .uly 30, sent letter, will depend much upon the results of the French ship Asnieres, which has
under a flag of truce, to the Japaese the peace conference between repre- arrived here from Swansea, England,
commanding offtrer *rom Geonri Ip- Vtetatives of Japan and Russia, and loaded with coal. He left that port
nof, the RAssa. a gvernor, sytns pre4cta that the next two yqe ,wlll iaflaary tst, and six weeks later.
that the lack of bhnda. aK.i.fal a dsa wltt~UMs a great change In the poltey, wet far out at sea, a dozen capped
medicines and the consequent inabi.- cf the united States. Buth a s"h^ a ust ed by miners to
Hy to succor the wounded compeNed will be attended with a noticeable inmr exp oeeirges yinifi A -
him from a sense of humanity to ter- provement of our commercial rela- djasovered in the hold of. the ship
The commander of the apes. tons n the ar t among the coal. Hao one of the fuses
forces replied, demanding the deliv- become ignited by a shock in a part
Cry of all war supplies and property of the hold where coal gas had accu-
of the Russian government uninjured, QNTI -mulated, the ship would undoubtedly
and the delivery of all maps. records .have been blown to atoms. Two or
Sth d ro f a Ib MISSOURI ad exploded, bue for-
and papers relating to the Russian IN MISSOURI tu hree o them had exploded but for.
civil and ,military administration, and tunately at points where there was no
:euiring their delivery and reply at gas, and consequently no damage was
10 o'clock on the morning of July 31: By Associated Press. (lone. The presence of the fuses
otherwise an attacking movement St. Louis, Aug. 4.-The quarantine.among the coal was discovered only
would immediately be started, order issued by the Missouri board of weather cciden were sent down into the
Colonel Tolivhch, on behalf of Gen- health against districts affected by hold to level the coal and' found them.
era! Liapnoff. met Colonel Koigunmi, yellow fever, will be enforced along The Asnleres belongs to the Societe
Jaanese chief' cf staff. on the morning the eastern borders of the state as far Anonynie des Iengs ourrters Aran-
of July 31, and accepted the proposed north as St. Louis, along the entire ca, oParis.CourriersAran-
terims. western border as far north as Kansas
General Liannoff, 70 officers and City.
Z.200 men of the Russian garrison ac- The establishment of quarantine DIFATH STOPPED
ctlptxed the terms and surrendered, stations or detention camps will be in
The spoils, consisting of clothing the hands of the different local boards
papers and miiiiary supplies, are now ot health, unless it is found necessary SANFORD I RI4L
under investigation. by the state board to intervene. In
case persons succeed in entering the
WORLD'S TWO-MILE state from the danger zones of the By Associated Press.
BIKE RECORD BROKEN. South they will be detained' in cities Rome. Ga., Aug. 4.-The Sanford
-- o- towns farther in the interior if un- trial was abruptly broken into to-
By Associated Press. able to exhibit a bill of health. night by the announcement of the
Ogdei, Utah, Aug. 4.-W. E. Sam-I death of Juror Brandon's mother.
nelsen, of Provo. broke the world's Immediately upon receipt of this in-
bicycle record for two miles at the WILLIAMSON JURY formation Judge Wright excused Mr.
local saucer track. i Brandon who will attend his mother's
Riding from scratch in a two-mile' funeral accompanied by Bailiff Baxter
handicap, professional race. he did the' UNABLE TO AGREE No verdict, therefore, will be reached
distance in 3:48 1-5. This is four-fifths until the juror returns to-morrow
of a second better than any previous night or Monday, when the jury wiil
record. By Associated Press. be intact.
Portland, Aug. 4.-For the second
R AS E RAL LWtime, after deliberating over forty Q A A IN
BASEBAL hours the Jury in the United States QUARANINE IN
5yl* JZ^d *'.FA*x district court to-day reported to Judge
August 4 Dehaven that they were unable to EFFECT AUG. 6
reach an agreement in the case of the
By Associated Press. United States against Congressman J.
N. Wllliamson. By Associated Preo.
Southern League. Dr. Van Gressner and former Unit- Charleston, Aug. 4.-Mayor Rhett
Atlanta 6, Augusta 7. ed States Comndssioner Miarion O. 1as proclaimed a quarantine against
Nashville 5, Shreveport 10. P.iggs, charged with conspiracy to yellow fever points to take effect Sun-
Birmingham 4, New Orleans 1. suborn perjury in connection with i day August 6. No passengers will be
No more games in -the Southern. securing illegally part of the public, permitted to enter the city unless they
doman, were discharged. can establish beyond question that
South Atlantic League. The case of Williamson will be tried .they have been out of the infected dis-
Columbia 3. Augusta 7. the third time on August 28. trict for at least ten days.

M3.con 3. Savannah 2.
Jacksonville-Charleston, rain.


American League.
Washington 6. IN ELEChiao 5.CTRIC CHAIR
New York 7. St. Louis* 3. IN ELECTIC CHAIR
Philadelphia S, Detroit 0, (First
Game-) By AssociatedP s.
Philadelphia 2, Detroit 3, (Second, Br A-ociated rWss.
Game.) Oswego, Aug. 4.-Henry W. Manser,
Game.)who was sentenced to death in the
National League. electric chair on September 10 for
Chicago 2, Be.ton 1. murder, accepted sentence and re-
Pitsburg 7, New York 5. quested his attorneys not to take an
No more games In the National appeal.

Restrained from Paying Special
Counsel in Burton Pro-.



Filed By Thos. Pebley, Who Alleges
-Lack of Authority.


A new action, growing out of 1&e'
Eurton case, has just developed by the
granting of an injunction restraining
the county commissioners from paying
the fee of 'the special counsel employed
by them to assist the county solicitor
in the prosecution of Burton.
The injunction was granted by
Court Commisioner Chas. M. Costou,
acting in the absence of Judge F. B.
Carter, on the complaint of Thos. Peb-
ley, who alleged that the expenditure
of $300, the amount authorized, or of
apy other amount, for the purpose
stated, was illegal and he therefore
asked for an Injunction restraiini
the board from paying it. Mr. Pebley's
bit of complaint is as follows:
Bill of Complaint.
To the Hon. Chas. M. Coston, com-
amissioner, in the absence of the Hon.
Francis B. Carter, Judge of the First
Judicial Circuit, Escambia, County,
Florida. In chancery:
The bill of complaint of Thos. Peb.
ley. a re4ipnt And citizen of the city
of Pensacora, Escambt? County Flor.
.da, .be *'oy"rw-he age of twenty-one
year, agaioet a certain county in the
"0 con mmonly called
M Wy. reepeotfully shows:[
First, That complainant is a resi.
dent, a citizen and tax payer of the
said Dscambia County, Florida, and as
such resident, citizen and tax payer,
is personally and directly interested
in the expenditures of the funds and
money raised by taxation by the said
Second, That at a meeting of the
Board of County Commissioners it
and for said county, held on the 26th
day of June. 1905 In the county court
horse in and for Escambia County,
Florida, the tolowing resolution was
offered amnd adopted, viz.:
The Board's Resolution. *
"The following resolution was made
before the Board, Pensacola, June 26,
1905: Whereas the State Auditor hai
made an examination of the office of
the clerk of the Circuit Court of this
county at the request of the board and
clerk of the Circuit Court; and where.
as the report of the msal l auditor shows
that a large sum of money has been
Iliegaly drawn from the County Treas-
ury by reason of the defalcation of B.
H. Burton, late deputy Clerk of circuit
court of this county: and whereas the
said Burton has been arrested and now
stands charged with an offence against
jthe laws of the state for such defalca,
'tion; and whereas the serious nature
of the charge against the defalcatjio
and the necessity of vigilanUy guar,-
.ing the public funds, make it the duty
impartial trial be had by the accused

Commissioners employ counsel to ali
and assist the county solicitor in the
prosecution of said Burton of te
commission of such offense and that
he is to be gald by the county for suelc
service. The resolution was on motion
adopted. Motion was made and car.
tried that Judge L. J. Reeves be em.

(Continued on Sixth Page.)

Witte Planning to Float

Russian Loan in America

By Associated Press. place a loan in the United States, sa
Nw York, Aug. 4.-Plans are on it is believed by prominent financleg
foot to float a Russian loan in Amer- that. f the terms are satisfactory he
can do so, the aspect of the Rusglba
ica and conferences with this object cause may be materially changed
in view already have been held, says when the peace plenipotentiaries make
the Herald, between Mr. Sergius known their propositions to Sac
Witte, the Russian senior peace en- other.
voy, and representatIlva of one or two "Heretofore it has been belleov
of Wall street's most prominent bank- that no Ru san loan could be floated
ing firms and Institutions. Ir this country unless it were base
"It Is understood," continued the on a cessation of the war and a
Herald, "that further conferences will promise of internal reforms in Rueds.
be held and that the information Information was given Mr. WItte aUt
which Mr. Witte obtains will have a night, however, that Indicated the wiN
highly important bearing on the out- Ingness ot at least one, and posa~
come of the peace neotiatioas wbich two.promfent baking oues etol
are so=o to begin. sider the terms which -B-md wW
IU M. Witte mnds at he W ale to foreo a tt O aA-

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a this this city some family moves Into a new home
secured directly hrmh reading The Jwmral Want Ads.



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Our Buyer, while in New York, purchased an immense stock of Umbrellas at less than manufacturer's cost. These goods were made

by a strictly first-class house, on the most approved patterns, and are values such as .

have never been offered in this city before.

200 good, serviceable Children's Umbrellas, 50c value, at 19c 75 Extra Fine Silk Gloria Umbrellas, imported frames and

165 good quality Sateen Umbrellas, Paragon frame, $1 value, handles, a $2.50 value, at $1.89.
at 69c 50 elegant Silk Umbrellas with finest selected sandal wood

275 Extra-Fine Cotton Gloria and imported Byzantine Cloth handles, a $3.00 and $3.50 value, at $2.65.
Umbrellas, Paragon frame; also patent self-closing, a One lot imp. Silk Umbrellas, $4 and $4.50 values, $3.29.
$1.50 and $1.75 value, at $1.19. 25 finest quality imp. Silk Twilled Umbrellas, genuine buck-

150 Fine Silk Gloria Umbrellas, Paragon frame, elegant horn and boxwood handles, finest imported frames, $5,
selection of handles, a $2 value at $1.49. $5.50 and $6 values, at $4.19.



away-.I I t i n IMBISI

$36,000,000. According to the Trib- WANT GOVERNMENT A D M S T A ADE O VF
une, It is thought possible that this TO SUPPRESS FEVER. AGED MAN SHOT A HEADER DOWN
amount will have to be reduced, while
the valuation on parcels on which (Continued from First Page.) BY A CONVICT PALAFOX HILL
loans are outstanding may have to be BY A CONVlT PAUUUA HILL
reduced by at least 10 per cent. a telegram from Governor Blanchard,
The last report of the state insur- of Louisiana, requesting the United 4e
ance department gave the value of States government to take control of By Associated Press. THE "MIDNIGHT FLYER" STRUCK
rtal estate owned by the society at the yellow fever situation at New Or- Hattiesburg, Miss., Aug. 4.-J. G.
$36.985.647. Of this sum buildings oc- leans. The president instructed the Smith, an aged white man in charge SOMETHING AND THEN FOR.
copied by the society in New York, Surgeon General to take every step in of the city con-ict force was shot and
Boston. St. Louis. Des Moines, Den- his power to meet the situation in llled to-day by Wiliam Horn one of GOT WHERE HE'D BEEN.
ver. Memphis and in Paris. France. New Orleans and to notify him what the negroes in the gang. The mur-
Maa'rlid, Spain. Vienna, Austria. Bur- further action was advisable and pos- derer escaped to adjacent woods where
lEn. Prussia, Santiago. Chile, City of sible for the federal authorities to lne hundred men have him surround- Anotier one of Hooton's Pharmacy
Mexico y,Sydney, N. S. W., and Mel- take. ed. fast delivery me-sengers came to grief
bourne, Austria. are stated to be last Ight, when Emanuel Hicks, riders
worth $31,578.150. while building in KENTUCKY WILL ALLOW PROMINENT CHICAGO of l when Emanuel ct ik ONLY
New York City, Jersey City. Milford,I REFUGEES TO ENTER. COAL BARON DEAD. bcycls the mNogh3, ad rcently known
N .Y., West Orange. Pisscataway. Bay- as the "midnight flyer." struck an
onne and Bergen Point, N. J., are' Ilouisville Aug. 4.-The State Board cobstruce!on in the road while coming SOLD
valued at over $5.500,t00. of Health has Issued a proclamation y Associated Pres. (own Palafox Hill. He pkched head
announcing Kentucky to be an "open Chicago. Aug. 4.-Edwin S. Daniels, foremost over his wheel, demolished
BODIES OF SOLDIERS TO slate" so far as refugees from fever prEsident of the coal company bear-
infected' districts are concerned. ing his name, died last night as the his wheel and lamp. tore most of the
BE RETURNED TO FRANCE. Refugees will be subjected to exami- restrlt of an operation. clothing off his person, and butteJ.
-- nation, however, and be detained tern- Mr. Daniels was active among the himscl mtn unconsciousness on the
By Associated Press. porarily in camps which will be estab- employers from the outset of the re- lard paving at that point Boso
Berlin, Aug. 4.-The French go- wished near the principal towns and cent teamsters" strike. The nervous The accident occurrelI in front af
e(rment some time ago expressed a cities of the state. All passenger s;rain under which he worked is be-: ,'e residence of Mr. Jas. C. Watson,
v ish that the tones of French sol- coaches will be thoroughly disinfect- lived to have been re.iaxmslble, to a who heard the noise which it occas-
diecrs who died while prisoners dur- ed and all conductors of passenger great extent, for his illness. 1-e was toned and wen- to the street to see _
;ug the Franco-Prussian war should he trains will be made inspectors and re- 1 years old. w J at was the matter. When Mr. Wat.
returned, to France. Emperor Wiliam quired to report immediately all cases son reacd he was was immediately car-
has ordered that this be done and of a suspicious nature.ou an was immediately car-
that military honors shall be render- _ed_ to Hooton's Pharmacy, where his
ed in every Instance during the trans- Harvy L. Williams Dead. r v.-unds were decssed and he was re-
fer. Bristol Va., Aug. 4.-Mr. Harvey L. Whenhedre n consciousness Mr.
SWiliams, son of Mr. Jonn T. WilA When he. retained consciousness Mr..
iliamof New or Mr. Jo n T. W liams 1JHcon asked n!m if he had delivered 4 C
Ipnhome near Bristol to-night ithe package whleh he had carried out'
ome near Brtnol to-night. nd the "midnight flyer" replied:
I don't know, Mr. Jack. I don't,
SA Dlappol.ted canlbat. know nothing. I forgot where you'
A pathetic story of a disappointed cent me and I don't know where I've:
cannibal is told in an English religions 1 1 CC een. De fust thing I know was wheni
7he diseases Of summer are paper. "One day," says a missionary. i woke up and this genman (Mr. Wat-1 10,
numerous and can only be avoid- "I was eating some canned sheep's This is the only opportu- on) in dow whher Ite pant had mene or
ed by careful attention to diet, tongues that had been sent from home. nity you will have to mee: min'" w er I wae or
One of my natives. seeiro me. jumped the representative of the It developed that the boy had d
and theregularand judicious us with delight He thought they were well-known NEW YORK It erel hs opd that these aboyw has return
Of Duffy's Pure flalt Whiskey. men's tongues. His gloom on discor- house, the Ilg to bhe drug store at the same;
Hot, sultry days and breathless nights art ring that It was not a religious re- s Ped w!th whldh he carrlei them out,
nowathand, andthousandsofmen, wonci. vival, after all. and that the missionary Kalm-Feim erg but hs ti, e wa too swift lor safety.
and children aresuffering from the exbau.st remained unconverted would have apd as a result a good colored boy will;
ing heat. Doctors everywhere are alarnet touched the hardest heart." who will take your measure 'ue under the ido;tor's care for several!
at the unusually large number of death- for days to come.
from diarrhea, dysentery,tholers morbus. t cau t The *midnight flyer" is therefore'
chills, typhoid and other fevers, due to im- Belle-What did you tell him when Fall and Winter Clothc. cut of commission, but it was lmmo.-
pure water, the consumption of unripe fruit he suddenly asked how old you were? (diately rep:aredl by onq equally as
and vegetables, and other causes. Eftelle-I refused to tell him anything. His line is the most corn- swift and Hiooon's fast delivery ser-!
In the treatment and cure of these sum You see, I couldn't for the life of me plete that will be shownn v:ce will go on without interruption. IF
mr complaints it has been shown by mc- think of the number I had given him here this season, containing
ca science that th beeonly shownure remedy, when he asked me before! full length patterns ef all 1
cal science that the only sure remed li the latest and up-to-date habblas a *lea* Duake. Lu
in the regular and judicious use of Dully": toost novelties. Ask to see the When the Russian Grand Duke Ser-
Pure Xait Whiskey, which drives the p,,i Teacher-What is tautology? Bo- "Alpine Weaves," the new- glns, who was blown to pieces with a
sou gers fro the system,renews Rettion Teacher- aneest fad among stylish, well- dynamite bomb, was governor of War-
builds up the wasted nerves and tissues, Repetition. Tacher-Give w te an ex- dressed men. Orders taken saw he thought it would be a good idea
riches the impoverished blood and giv. heample. Boy-We are going to have for immediate or future de- if the people of that city would con-
new strength Lndvitalitytoevery orga. sheet head for dinner, and my sister livery. We will guarantee" tribute to fund with which to buy
the body. Elsie Tsyoungmani- o itodnr to fit and please you. sunflower seeds to be given to tie Bus-
Malas Te ache-G p lp. THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND lan soldiers, who are very food of
DIriS AlTURDAY, JUL. t chewing them. n Sergit s announced
M lt I n iaslf Old Friend-Is your part very diffi- 27th 2 29th. o Id
Malt Whiskey ult to play? Barnstorer-Well, bet T
prwe. w;ih thr wot deialit ritemac.h. I rather! rm living on one meal a day .0 o bl 10 or or weald e *
K.'- y is ai. abloinhte.y ;re disti!,;.' and playing the role of a pman with th. Iaa.z p l.y y ltthat ae. et
whiskey rruog'ized by the tovername .w a* e n k. Fn 0 1. MAYER i td ththe reponswas e xcellenit.
besm eet ate s s. mLe ahr th to ill B ut, though no one sent fn 1.000 rabla
of mea erta twe ehgde t.tt hr 1 It"tgeFI Stls Fod ad asked to be tankeda pu1at b
.016 5 114 W tw*kV TheWk0I602 M a:. Wifesi- 1 strlea stll- F
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Experts Appinted By Pesident
orton Will Investigate Hold-
ings of Society.
By Associated Pres.
New York. Aug. 4.-Two experts
have been appointed by President
Paul Morton to value every piece of
real estate in which the Equitable
Life Assurance Society has an inter-
est. says the Tribune to-day. He is
states, to have taken this action yes.
terday when he received the reports|
of expert accountants. These reports,
It Is alleged. Indicate the possibility
cf extensive over valuation. The so-
ciety owns In this country and abroad
real estate valued approximately ati

Summer I

Duffy's Pure
ha fom offood ahesdl digested, as i af
uake the old young and tee young ar'ng.
ef cilt without fuse oil, and is the onlj' w



Bond Election Proolamation.
Whereas, The Council of the y '
1 Have No Terror Wfor TyL Penameola did on the 19th day of IJ,
1906. pass an ordinance, tn' .
I THE ONLY POSITIVE "An ordinance to provide for -
PREVENTIVE AND suance of Bonds of the City of I'::-a-
cola, Florida, under and by v.r1 i.
an AVt of the Legislature of rh"
of Florida, entitled: An Ac' a
thorize the City of Pensacola ,) :e
-negotiable bonds tor municipa: ;,:"
50 CENTB PER BOTTLE. poses, and provide for the pa-.. nt
thereof, approved May 12i -hi
--- which sali' ordinance was appr ,v 7
me on the 19th day Of July. 1:" 5
AT NICK APOSTLE'S RES. Now, therefore, I, ,haa H .;*
TAURANT. Mayor of the City of Pen.',c j
suant to the provliqa. of -, '"
nance, da 1ereby call aa el -'n "' e
held in said City on the 2.- a '~
Manufactured by August, 1905, to determine **.
MEICIN M or not, the majority of th.' a., t
MEDICINE MANUFACTUR. electors oq said City. quaxifi. ) i'
ING COMPANY, and voting, at said election sha.l p>



We h
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OLA, FLORIDA. prove the issuance of bon i] for1 :9
A, PL"ORIDA._ purposes and amounts. or any of *- .
enumerated in said orainan e, *", '*-.'
For the purpose of purr ias-;:i *
constructing, waterworks :.e .-m )
E Two Hundred and Fifty Th ,'1ial
Dollars ($250,000). or so much "*-riof
as may be necessary.
Fbr the purpose of constr-:'::rz ri
DS Providing, a system of sewpraz- a-d
drainage the sum of Two Hulndr-. a:4
Fifty Thousand Dollars ($:,, r'"*. 'r
ave about a dozen so much thereof as may be n, '-r
mt kinds of these For the purpose of paving anr.,: r-
little articles for wise Improving streets an. ;. a
g papers together. ways of the city the sum of 0-:-! -"
0c a Box. dred and Fifty Thousan, ".:I
thing here for the ($150.000), or so muca thtr" r :- .a:
man to make his beFnecessary.
easier. For the purpose of purcha
hand or constructing, or provi; d: '
hall building the sum of .-'.' -'
00K STORE -ho d Dollar (75,00,o s
S ST RE i1uch thereof as may be n,' .
.Pa St. For the purpose of pu'7.-r1; 4
site and constructing, or p. -
SPolice Station and Jail B':i:.-- 1 -
sum of Twemty-Five Thou-ar. i D., '
1$25,000), or so much there,,f a:- -A
be necesMary.
And notice Is hereby .- '
pursuant to said ordinance I 'l
ha. duly elected the fol,.1 -:
OIT lof Bond Trustees, vi: F iat
for the term of three year-
Green for the term of two a- t
WO K J. M.- PMIer for the term ,
~. In witnem whereof. l hav. -
set my hand. and caused the '
iL OTve you the sat. seal of the City of pensa%, a ,*
S.thst you are axzed, this 1st day of Augus'-
the best it is ( al. H. Br.r
to pouce, you Mayor City of Pera.- a.
Attest: B. S. BWNARD, C'

St1" 'ONehop

Vim.eiNGOnt Fairbanks Recoverd
Sault Ste. Marie. Mich.. Aut. -
Vle-Praident 0. W. Phirbankq t-
had stirly reebreed from the si :'
I tdlagtiton duo to ftujee, wblch ic
CeaSMI alWs lavin 'the recci'i-f
Ofe at last alghts eeption He was
v mr uch itigued hn he rer:r-!.
" s"ay was iu n Seem health aa





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ea's Oxfors.
$5.00 Potent Kid Oxfords, all
styles. to go at................ 96
0 Vici Kid Oxfords, all styles,
to go at ....................:S.9
$5.00 Tan Rusians Calf Oxfords,
all styles, to go at .............96
$4.00 Oxfords, Patents. Tans,
Kids and.Calfs. lace and button,....
all styles during Odd and Bad
$3.50 Oxfords, Patent C1 ts, Pt-
ent Kid, Vi-i Kid, Box and
Velour Calf, heavy and light
weights, blutcher, lace or but-
ton, tans or blacks, all repu-
table makes, ir fact, any of our
$50 Oxfords for ..............3M
$3.00 Patent Kid and Colt Ox-
fords, now ...................$2.18
$2.50 Choice of any pair in the
store ................. ...... 9. $1.
$2 _00 Any Style that's your size. .$1.62
$1.50 Satin Calf Work Shoes, now $1.18
$1.50 Oil Grain, Old Men's Com-
fort, pegged soles ............ $1..
$I.50 Satin Calf Congress, cap
Ioes ........................"4 cts

Edwin Qpp's Oxfords.
$6.00 Patent Kid Oxfords, the
highest grade shoe made, dur-
ing Odd and End sale....... .$4.98
$(.00 Russian Calf Oxfords, the
supreme leather, Acme of per-
fection, all to go at.......... $4.98
acknowledged to be the HIGHEST
'SRADE MADE, but, then, the sizes are
broken, SO THEY MUST GO.

Ladies' Hosiery.
$1.50 kind. black, silk embroid-
ered Lisle thread, now......93 cts
$1.25 kind, black, cob web, lace
Insertion, now..............77 cts
$1.00 kind, all lace Lisle, many
patterns, n9W................47 cts
50-cent Tan and White Lace, Lisle
thread, now.....................39 cts
25-cent Tan, Black and White
Lace ana' Gauze, now........19 cts
15-cent kind, fancy effects for.... 7 cts


0333 JXT E~rO SA3DE

Ladies' Oxords.
$3.56 Patent Kid, turn sole, hand-
sewed ....................*...
$3.50 Tan Blucher, ribbon laces,
welt eole ..............T,....2.88
$3.00 Tan Oxfords, all styles,
what's left, now............. .$24
$3.00 Vici Kid, lace and button,
now .........................$2.43
$2.50.Oxfords, Tans or all
styles, at .................. im
$2.00 Oxfords, Tans or Blacts all
styles, at.....................$1.64
$1.50 Oxfords, Tan, large eyelets,
wide laces, at ............... $1.18
$1.50 Oxfords, Black, sizes 6, 6%,
7 and 8, only....................$1.01

Men's Hosiery.
50-cent kind, solid colors and
fancy, 3 pair for............. $1.00
26-cent kind, all colors and pat-
terns, now ................. 19 cts
25-cent Boys' Heavy Ribbed School
Hose, now ..................19 cts
25-cent Misses' Tan, Black and
White Lace Lisle, now...... 19 cts

Ladies' Strap Sandals.
$3.50 Patent Ideal Kid, French
and Cuban heels, one, two and
three crogs straps, all styles,
now .........................$2.27
$2.50 Patents, French and, Cuban
heels, three and four strap,
also ribbon effects, all to go at $1.96
$2.50 Vici Kid, 2, 3 and cross
strap, French heels, now ......$1.89
$2.00 Patents and Plain Leathers, .
to go at ...................... $1.59
50-cent Boudoir Slippers, red and
black, now .... ............ 39 cts

Children's Sandals and Oxfords.
$200 kind, choice, any pair in store
for ..........................$1.46
$1.75 kind, choice, any pair in store
for .........................$1.39
$1.50 kind, choice, any pair in store
for .......................... $1.13
$1.25 kind, choice, any pair in store
for .......................97 cents
$1.00 kind, choice, any pair in store
for ........................87 cts

All Other Sales, and So-Called Sales, Pale Into Imngi'ficance Compared with Ours. THEY MUST ALL BOW TO THE ORIGINATORS.





Misses' Sandalss Oxfords
$2.50 kind, the choice of any pair
in store for.................... $1.94
$2.00 kind, choice of any pair in
store for......................$1.47
$1.75 kind, choice of any pair in
store for ....................$1.39
$1.50 kind, choice of any pair in
store for ......................$1.13
$1.25 kind, choice of any pair in
store for ....................89 cts

Infants' Sandals Oxfords
$1.50 kind, choice any pair in
store tor ....................$1.12
$1.25 kind, choice any pair in
store for....................93 cts
$1.00 kind, choice any pair in
store for .....................82 cts
75-cent kind', choice of any pair in
store for...................49 cts
50-cent Soft Soles, all colors,
any pair in store for........ 39 eta






I ONE EYE. YEAR 190506.
The little 22 monthseld son of Mr. The numerous Pensacola and, West
and Mrs. Wm. G. Dailey, of corner Florida friends of Prof. W. B. S.
Alcaniz and Strong stre-t, suffered a
S uusCharp aist Him Heard'very painful accident yesterday, as a Crichlow will be glad to learn that he
result of which several stitches were has been assigned the Price.Greenleaf
By Juh* -l-fie Ye- necessary in a long skin wound over scholarship in Harvard University for
ene eye. A galvanized iron wash tub' the year 1905-06. The scholarship
was hanging on the side of the house t ..ro.. wi
.ety.14ak.Er?. iou- to nProf. Crichlow because of his
under 'he back gallery, bottom _I came
ward, and the little fellow had a record and yworlt at the Sogtbern Nor-
broomstick anl was usi gthe tub for mal Colle 2BDowling Green,, Ky.,
John J. Grimsbly, the aged citizen a drum. The tub was ahwbe his head from which 'ie graduated and for spe-
of this county, who was arrested sev- and as he pounded on the botom of it, cial work done at Harvard University
eral days ago upon one of the most it fell, the edga striking him over one and the University of Chicago since
serious charges that could be docket- eye,rendering him unconscious and hi5s graduate ,
Ssiusnt h wats id e n inflicting a long wound. A physician P.f.sCriellow was ed as
ed against him, was yesterday given was immediately surmtioned amnd thi principal ol the litetar fep rtment
a preliminary hearing before County %cund was sewed up. but the little fel. p4in pl e u the liteleag .inrtent.
Judge Bellinger, and was acquitted. Slow suffered very intense pain. in Meux's Business College in Pensa-
There was quite a crowd in thel; cola in 101 and he madeI any
court when the case was called, and friends ana' a fine record here. Leav-
much interest was displcyea' as the FRANK BURBRIDGE WAS
trial progressed. The witnesses were INJURED AT GOULDING. ing Pensacbla, hp became principal of
all from the section near the Alabama -the Santa Rosa Academy, at Milton,
3tate line. in which neighborhood Mr.' Frank Burbridge, superintendent rof here he did splendid work for two'
Grimsbly resides, the Goulding Fertilizer Factory. ~ as ytars, only leaving his position to
The man who made the affidavit, painfully injured there yesterday by accept a more lucrative one as assist-
l.uther Grimsbly. was present and being struck on the heal with sone, ant principal of the Orlando High
was the principal witness against the bricks. school.
,defendant. but his testimony was not Mr. Btrhridge was lookilr.; ift.-r Prof. Crichlow is one of the go- .
Istoh as would cause a conviction, an,'1 some brick work which was being ahead educators of the state, a be- 4
the court promptly ordered that the, done. and was standing under the men clever in and a promoter of teachers
defendant be discharged., when one of them acrilentally drop- institutes, and a live wire in every-
ped some bricks, two of them striking: tl-ing pertaining toto educational ao-
OIL HAS BEEN PLACED MrBurbridge on the nead, infl ntin. vancement.
SN L y painful, though not s.-rious
IN ALL THE BARRELS., wounds. Nothing on the Market Equal to Chamrn .
Berlain's Colic, Cholera and
Relative to the complaint of a citizen Berlain'C olic holera and
that the barrels of water on the build- Sick headache? results from a disord. Diarrhoea Remedy. a
it gs of the Louisville and Nashville ered condition f the stomach and is This fact is well known to druggists
i, this cky were excellent breeding quickly cured by Chamberlain's Stom- everywhere, and nine out of ten will a
places for mosquitoes, an official of ach an] riverr Tablets. For sale by give their customers this preparation
hat company yesterday stated that ai ^druggists. ;when the best is asked for. My. Obe a
oil had been placed In the barrels ,itmtir, a prominent druggist of Jop-
some tme since. STEAMER PENSACOLA l.nr, Mo.. in a circular to his customers, S
SI, fat tho Louisville and Nashville D:ACeS aRt says: "There is nothing on the market 4

ILRSEILY TOLD took this precaution as soon as it was in the way of parent medicines which
announced officially that yellow fever! equals Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
existed in New Orleans, and men in The steamer Pensacola. which for and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel com-
"s ,' , M~.he employ of the corporation inspect the past year has been plying between plaints. We sell and recommend this
S '.. ,, r he barrels at frequent intervals and New Orleans and ports in Maine, re- preparation." For sale by all dru.-
A'.- ofIr auit. uL hen found ne-essar more oil is turned to port yesterday afternoon, dists.
poured into them. coming from New Orlean-. The ves-
( ,: nn S : C was se had been in quarantine for a numl-, CROWDS ATTRACTED
-. f '' Yh A ttle forethought may save v ber of days, owing to the fact that BY A REAL BEAVER.
o- wh t A little forethougt may save yot quarantine had been established BEAVER
. h ":.,t priA nf ?rnij k mvnnp who mnks- I -. -.

0- 'n .a:: wee c or
:n 1aunnicipa2.' o~m,
!,r -.:. o'- !,!all, Of Itis

-~~-' nued.aud
'AM ;ht iaflt>5s of the ch:1-
16:idr-r,~ the coneceT7
iLatt- l)Pn given last,
BanI in Seville
~'-P :.-dAtnti. next ri-

a m'norial service
: *'","o Pell Wi-eian
S S Katha-c,.
i Auejsi fC at 11
"'-' n r.' 9"hra.Tio. of"
.'.:.:w,., i w:;h t-pecia1 iit-
'1c: ,f "-he Sermon
Pa'ralise to Heaven. '
'1 t, oourt house yes'er-
l '!aning up. and the
: -nie.d. A number of
" *'., counI'y jail were
S'.o"-k,- during the day,
1.. ;'acing the yard and,



To introduce Hooton's AntiLSeptic Tooth Pow,
der, we will give to every purchaser of a 25-
cent bottle of the Powder, for this week only,
a 25-Cent Tooth Brush free. Both
the Powder and the Brush are guaranteed and
if either or both are unsatisfactory your money
will be refunded and no questions asked,

Hooton's Anti-Septic Tooth Powder
SIs tree fromall acid, grit and anything that is
injurious to the teeth. It sweetens the
breath and aids digestion. There is no
secret about the preparation and we will be
glad to show either you or your dentist the for-
mula at any time.


PHONE 1100


I N I Nt I~UI is ~t x : r xx: xx r : :



,.>, endu vo troue,. n.- nyomn- o n, maes- against tna, port h r
I Th rhl toke Ca -n l,, a.a.nsn pe real beaver on exhibition at theta
i. a rule to keep Chamt rlain's Colic. When the s-eamer was crossing the Kanay Kitchen is attracting quite ai
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at bay she was welcomed bv all of the crowd and tho. ,, atthav e not seen
hand knows this to be a fact. Fors hs in the a3rbur. and the blowing it should avail themselves of this op. -
sale by all druggists. o0 whistles attracted considerable at. ortunitv as it will only be displayed!
tention. 1 for a few days.
Iront in a more healthy condition than The beaver is a very interesting lit-!
it has been for some months. RIIT MUl A animal and possesses many char- i
Sa e f DRUCISTS MUST BE CHARY. acteristics that mankind could wc ll
C. L. Shine who recently went to 'and -profitably emulate. It is Indus. 5
his home in Tallahassee on account of They Sell All Kinds of Hair Prepara- tiious anr persevering in all of its
illness. has returned to the city, hav-, tons, and Fear to Discriminate. endeavors and it is home-loving and!
iig entirely recovered. Druggists sell all kinds of hair prep ry sociallly inclinc1. The methods ?
Druggists sell ail kinds of hair prep- i inlie
Geo. W. Turton and" N. C. McMillan arations, and as a rule they are wisely employed in the construction of their
S-yeserday for Tennessee. where chiary of giving preference to. any par- homes are mechanically correct and
hey will purcha-e a car load .f stock t:cular pne, but many of them have whether they are prompted by instinct:
, be placed upon tae Pensaoola mar- me out plainly for Newbros Herpi- or reason they seldom blunder. The r
tI ae cide. the new treatment that absolute- organizers of The Beavers claim to"'
Those. Wats.ofChpvwasintecitv Idle- kills the dandruff germ. H. Swan- use the same means of construction
yesterday gre_ th.e his many friends nell & Son. Champaign. Ill., say: "One and so far hae reaped a e result.
here. Mr. Wai.- has just returned customer of ours who did not have a L
from Pa cka, Fla.. wher? he assisted hair on the top of his head when he They Appeal to Our Sympathies.
in fcrre.:ng out t(h- robte-y of the bEgan to use Herpicide, now has a The bilious and dyspeptic are con-i-
Southern Express office at that place, fair start towards a good head of hair. stant sufferers and appeal to our sym-'
which occurred about ten days since. We believe Herpicide to be by far the path4es. There is not one of them,
best preparation of its kind on the however, who may not be brought

We guarantee Blue Ri'bbon Lemon' market." Hundreds of similar testi- hack to health and happiness by the
and Vanilla Extracts to be perfectly: monials from everywhere. Sold by use of chamberlain's Stomach and
pure a,.d of great trenoth. Your leading druggists. For sale by W. A. Liver Tablets. These tablets invigor.
money back if they fail To please. Ask D'Alemberte, druggist and apothecary,'ate the stomach and liver and
wxur grocer for Blue Ribbon Lemon 121 S. Palafox. Send 10 cents in strengthen the digestion. They also
and Var.ila. Takes less. Flavors s amps for sample to The Herpicide regulate the bowels. For sale by all
perfect' ly. Company, Detroit, Mich. druggists.





Engraving and Fine Stationery.
--_ i

Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention,

E. O. Zadek Jewelry Co.
WWWW*#######W*R4 4 4@f41ES Nor#W a


Furniture Without Money!

Were we to make such a proposition, the assistance of the
police would no doubt be necessary to clear the crowd
that would assembly? about our doors, yet such a proposi-
tion-furniture without money-is not far removed rom
what we really offer you.

You Can Get All the Furniture You Want
By paying just a title money down and a little a week, so
little you'll not miss the amount.


108,110 S. Palafox St.

Phone 148.

Pensacola, Fla.



John Massey.

Jackson Brandon.

T. D. Adams

Pensacola Electrical Company
Cor. Intendencia and Bell Phone,
Baylen Sts. 570.
No Job to big or small for as We do work in any part of the
ci*y and also outside the city.

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There will be a meeting of this
body on the first and third Wednea-
days of each month at 7:30 p. m. All
delegates are requested to be pre.-
ent. Z. W. ROBERTS,
W. L. DELAY, President.
Pen-scola Lodge No. 3. K. of P..
meets every Monday evening at 8:06
o'clock at thidr Castle Hall, Blomat
Watson building, corner Palafox and
Garden streets Visiting brethren eor.
dially welcomed.
I. HORSLEc K. o at R. &
Rathbone Lodge N0.
30 L of P, meets rn-ery
SThursday evening at 8:00
o'olock nl their (ast
Ilha. third fdoor, Bloment.
'Watson building, soatb*
west corner Palafoz ana
Garden streets VStting koights e
cortialW welccme&d
K &cRUTIc. O.
C. J. Levy. K. of B. & .
Knights of Columbf Columbus.

are held at their hall,
No. 8 West Inteaden.
cla street, on every
Monday evening at
7:30 o'clock. An in-
vitation Is exteafde
to visiting Knights.
EDM. FOX. Grand Knight
pnsacoia L og No. 04 I. 0. F.
Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. 0. 00. 1,
meets every Thursday evening at 7:3
at the new hall on West Gaze
street. Visitings brethren cordially
invited. T. G. STINSON,
B. R. WITKOVSK. Secretary.
Naomi Lodge No. 10. Rebeotah I
terms meets every Monday night as
8 o'clock In L 0. 0. F. R. L Y
Citing sisters cordially invited to
IUve Oak Camp No. 1, W. 0. W.
meets in Pythian Hall lst and 3rM
Wednesday in each month. Vista
sovereigns cordially invited.
IBLI 4I BROOKh. Clerk.

Oak Grove, Lodge No. 4, Woodaean-a
Circle, meets every Thursday at 3 p.
m. Visiting sovereign cordially inlrt.
MU as U^ .- -

ed. UK&. M. a. ULSEi
* Clerk
M. E. B. A. No. 81 meets ftrst an
third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.
: m., Rafford Hall, No. 10 West Intes-
Sdencia Street.
A. G. FELL, pr.
J. L. SW NsY. Sec.



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PHONE No. 1104.
Corner Zarragoessa and Tarragona 8MN

Fine Photograph
Pensacola - Florida.

THE STRAND CIGAR OUnion Workmen ..5c

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The Great- So e S- s o eb t the Sate. All Smmer Fowetr Most Go. We Need the Room for Fall Purchases. Bot Out All Thoughts of Hard Times. Look at These Prices:











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The searchlight of publicity is really signed as counsel tor the Equitable
working now. because he wanted t6 be retired of
5 somee of his work is in "The Peach's"!,
Yes, Caancey Depew has been best vein of hator.
caught. How hare at little fallen! *
A girl kills herself because she is
The two bea tlinas about a sum- not beautiful. Poor gir! She ought
mer vacation are anticlDation and re- to have known that beauty of face Ia
membrance. of little value compared with the
* graces of the minded and heart. Vanity
The "less" fad is being carried to often makes a pretty woman repulsive
extremes. The "inspectless" bank In- and a sweet disposition makes a home-
itpector is not wanted. ly woman lovable.
I * * .
It must be remembered that Mr. Mr. Rockefeller hAS given ten m1l
Phoats is drawing a vice salary for lion reasons hy PresIdent Hadley's
being a canal optimist. plan of ostracizing trust managers will
S* not work.
The Depew Improvement Company *
seems to have been a slice of the satmc If Sweden holds any Norway securi-
old Equitable graft. ties now Is a good time to have them
Sahc collected by an eminent artist in that!
Mir. Lawmse ha shown that he can line. Mr. Loamis is representing this;
?l w1 an a liI s hi broken but can country abrod ai nflT.

__,,___-_ __A-sTeti_ w_ _en a m is___u__ru___,_U11______ s ya*-UMCKA f Fo Per per con.e i eWL ps an B- w....
lie set it? His remedy Is awaited. As usual, a e lkabout
F ,OIA STRAYMRIAs usual, all the talk about ime- .
PENSACOLA. FLORIDA, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 5, 1905. The trouble with mst of the repub- diate work on the Panama canal'
lican policies Is that they have the comes from eminent directors and WM. H. KNOWLES, PresleAt. W. K. HYEl, JR., V.-PreT and Cas.
GOING AWAYT been towed to Ship Island, where no same odor as the Equitable policies. engineers who'1tick Close to theirluxu- THOS W. BRENT Ast. Cashier. W. N. ROBERTS
When you leave the city for your doubt they will be interned during the .* rious offices i* Washington and New
summer vacation have The Pensacola remainder of the war. ; Mr. Depew says he was paid for giv- York.
Journal follow you. Notify eiroula. It is not believed that a battle will ing advice. Is this not an admission Preidnt that
tion manager, Phone $8. be fought unless Louisiana can place that he secured money under false pre. But suppsing, Mr. President, that
in Lake Bogue more than a Howitzer teuses? Secretary Wilson has a wlrm personal
ta r m people woud r two Admiral Togos reputation as friend or two hi department IsIO N A L B A N K ,
At least sea fighter is still secure, but when George III. was one who thought a,he to be restrained from giving them
flnd no fault with a quarantine against oyster beds are at stake 1ometbing tax on tea a good thing to make good! clean bills of health if he feels so o W
graft tray be doing any day. At present a deficit, and history tells what the posed?
Admiral Vardaman and the revenue taxed ones did for George.ises d speculations were
Rus.ell Sage was ninety years of cutter Winona are several points; s shovels, a he Panama canal
age yesterday. About time he begun aheaa, in the naval game at the mouth! Mr. Depew says he is sadly hurt by 'spades and shovels, the Panama canal
oge Lake Bogne, in which this district! all those Equitable stories. Some men would be a thousand feet deep and so
to reform. and the Warrior have an interest. Let arc always sadly hurt when they ex- long it would stick out over the at.
us hope the lake will not be be wiped pose the pocketbook nerve. lantic and Pacific like a couple of fish- D iJOR, F.C. Drat. Wt. A. Blount. W. I wn
fs a vry short alloff the map, for this district needs it * g rod s. WK, e 1 _
meed cleaning." truthfully remarks the in its future business relations with A leak In the cr o reporthde ar Justie Brewer says it is not Jr.neces. D.
Gainesville Sun. New Orleans. Ars. If there is no law covering the sary to hold office in order to serve the AA 10ESTI T Mr Il w
ilionaire United states senators 9t,"irrrM -a-aj Mti Holmes case there ought to be. nation. Jutstice Brewer it giving some' AB Nfli XA T D D
Millionaire United1,-- 0 States senators " rmes * eminent patriots a good excuse for
are'already shelling the woods in an 1- %* eminent patriots a good excuse for
endrealready shelling th e woods bin an INCOME TAX THE They are going to turn the canal bemoaning the decadence of our We draw our own Bills of Ex- Vesel disbursed upon the Meet
endeavor to locate La olette's bat- LEAST DESIRABLE. business over to Mr. Roo, a move cal- courts. eang n great Britan, Ireland Farabe Ter a their ll.
series. ____. culated to impress him more than ever * Germany, Franc Autra, Italy, t Payble at Prt of
Galveston Tribune. with the enormity of his "sacrifice." The oculast who assures us that HOland, Spaliz, eglunm, Russia, Datinatk Ten ay ter E
The Equitable has made a new rec- Galveston Tribe. President Rooseelt's eyesight is Norwy, Sween, Denmark, an
ord. Borrowed $650,000 when it &l- District Attorne; Bell of Philadel- proving convey. glad news. Perhaps. 1 other European eoeuntrl a el ArV t
ready had more money on hand than phia refuses to start criminal prose- the president will yet be able to see
ready had more money on hand than scheme that has ever been cautions aains: the boodlers. Phila- that he made a mistake in giving
t could invest vsed for raising revenues for the sip- delphia seems to have a surplus of Morton a clean bill of health.Deposit Boxes Po' Rent, in Connection with which w
General Miles has been mentioned port of government, either in the dirasdes c le Sr ei nt, nt wt
nited States or any other untry A distinguished Circusvendercallthos tle red
setts. The people will probably beled. In this, as In every other depart- says that "Gas Adicks is no longer alebildren squeal until they get one and
willing to let it go at that. ment of governmental affairs, a senatorial possibility. 'The Addicks then squeal when it collaps-s. The
S square deal for all."'or "equal and1bank account must have gone glim. Wilianm R. Taft presidential boom S vinlf Deop ft tm nt-nJlt9t i O
The whitewash is being prepared exact justice." has been found i- .ering. seems to have been a "two squeal.
for use when Secretary Wilson's nd- possible. And we suspect that m- One troub a he bank eamna- A large mber o ntenely partit te f 4 per nt per Am.
gestion f-r-es his retirement from the *! oibl t wil not be remvedprior h tion is that w never hear anything republican organs are praising Secr ______
Dpartmeat of Agriculture. but faroff day when the Golden Rule m the bank examiners until the ytary Boniarte for doing something L. LTON .GaiSCN, ap3R1 T.WIW sms'm .
shalt have become the universal law bcgin their work of explaining why that they ridiculed Cbngressman Rob- R.M. XBUSHNELLCA8 I. 3s.u. WU o k t.CAcsEI5
Chicagu has a new chief of police a consummation beomthat would-or shall th banks have failed. I t e Baker for C itIzens iatrionp B ank,
and the lid will probably remain in we say will?-render the statute Mr. Depew' statement that he re-ibit on teG.D. P. shelves. of Pea
place until he gets thoroughly famil-4 books, especially those relating to statement that he re-i
ar with the duties of his position and criminal matters, entirely superfluous. Ge o.W Wri ht Morris Bear,. T.Welle
:th e value of wearing bl in. But of the various plans by which and of these 138,462 paid tax on in- talready made 3t Havana and at Vera Bi M. RoMa. &
the value of wearing blinders. our government has raised revenues, cmtes of $1,000 and under. In all Crituz, and by successfully controlling A UENERAL BANKING 8 U81NESS TRANSACTIE.
the income tax proved the least de- Great Britain there are twenty per-, and stamnping out the fever that has t" ....
ecrtary Wilson would do well to stable, because it was the mot pro-sons with incomes exceeding $U50,000, appeared here raise the whole idea of
inquire regarding the market quota- vocative of perjury and most prolific of ; while only one Irishman is include4-i quarantine to a scientiflq basis that, OSeee ******-***O p*-*SO
tions on wigs. Secretary Cheatham.! scandalous litigation. Yet. despite its that class. He is down for $394.11.. will compel general recognition. J. S. REESE, President. ARY. W. MENEf Cashier.
of the Southern Cotton Growers' As-I manifest objections, that inquisi8orial There as 200 Britons with incomes R. M. CARY, Vice-President.
eociation is said to be after his scalp, embodied in our fundamental law to- 428 pay tax on hicomes of from $A25,- behe TP T PEOPLL0'S BANK 01 PE ISACOLA.
day had the constitution of the Unitel o000 to 0,000. NEWS AND VIEWS Directors-L. J. R-.eves, J. 8. Reese, W. DeC. Kessler, R. M. Cary,
Several railroads are about to re- States been constructed with a view i :- FROM STATE PAPERS. W. A. D'Alemberte T. A. Jennings.
sume experiments with steel cross to its easy, instead of almost impoa- gggy tiHtW t^W TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANkING BUSINESS.
ties. All of the big trusts and' cor- sible, amendment. That is one of a: ,= *,.t-,- ....--.c,-.-. .YOUR ACCOUNT-IS R-8PCC P7ULLY7 OLICITED.
-.rations should use steel wherever long list of evils that would have be-, SHOTGUN QUARANTINE ,
Txira ion. s se a pe, fallen the republic had it been as 8 A RELIC OF THE PAST. 'Should Follow Example. ----__
possible. It'seasy to change the constitution as to As the press of Jacksonville, Tam-
aenact a new or repeal an old statute. New Orleans SLatet a the Pesscof acslle, T -
GOVERNOR VARDAMANdnr ln ai New Orleans State. pa and Pensacola are callingeonithe:
GOVERNOR VARDA'MAN '_For it is undeniable that there is in town authorities to have the cities'
VS. GOVERNOR BLANCHARD. all parts of the country a strong popu- ..'>..'.-.i.;#.^ ^t-.. M-^ cleaned up in view of the yellow fever Wholeer
S.-- cleaned up in view of the yellow fever Wholesale and Reta l D" i e
The controversy that has been wag- lar sentiment in favor of an income in New Orleans, Live Oak should Steam, Domestic, Anthracite
ral days between Govern-tax. This is largely due to a growing When the b a.tal shotgun quaran- heed the lesson and clean up all trash
ng for several days between Govern- prejudice among the masses against tines which the panic stricken people and rubbish. We must have a clean; and Blacksmith
(i Vardaman. of Mississippi. and Gov- the rich-a feeling that has been secu- of Mississippi and cther states are town if we would be healthy.-Live Offce-No. 13 South Palatox street. Telephone Sa.
e-nor Blanchard, of Louisiana. has at-' lously cultivated by a certain school enforcing even against each other pre Oak Crescent. Yards on Zarragossa and Gonales streets. Phmwe a.
traced a great deal of attention and of politicians, and to which the vices considered it is discouraging, though
and follies of some of the very rich I, should not surprise us to find -
Ltarlt everyone, outside of the states have greatly co ntri ted. Plny.
,a i recent reporteb.ahow slight an impression has been Candidates a Plenty.
directly interested, appears to look A recent report by a departmental made upon the popular mind by the There is an old saying that "many "ma IIN -
upon the affair as a sort of opera, committee on the operation of the in- recent great discoveries that have been a true word is spoken in jest," or Ow0 ew g saW aw
bouffe performance. The Birmingham e tax in Great Britain contains a made regarding yellow fever.That words to thateffect. But if such IC C O A L W O O D
Age-Herald comments upon the pecu-' good deal that will interest Americans. the fever is transmitted from one per- the case, there will be plenty of can- a
iAge-Herald comments upon tIt begins with Oe statement that "the son to another by the bite of an in- didates for United States senator. wr ea e WtW|
liar situation as follows: feeling formerly entertained against fotedmosqui4o is no longer a theory, congress, governor, etc.-Gainesvide |C flf y leG a d F l G 9y.
Mississippi has placed her coast the income tax system as inquisitorial but a demonstrated fact, a law which Sun. Oce---Corner Chase and Tarrasona.
q arantine affairs in the hands of the and oppressive has largely died away." i not now questioned by the medical * rPhme 254.
marine hospital service: Louisiana for Taxpayers do indeed complain of the word. However, it is quite evident West Florida Politics.
reasons best known to herself refuses "high poundage," but this involves no that if the people of the gulf states, Politics in West Florida, It is said,

the do likvereign but slovenly state of reported, though t he practice of tax- grandfathers employed when it wasThat Asylum Scandal. HAVE OUTGROWN OUR BABY CLOTHS AND OPNED A
Louisiana and the federal government. be-Ing incomes "at the source"-where supposed by physicians as well a the That asylum scandal grows more
The trouble arpps over the control I the prot are earned, as in the case laity that yellow fever, like smallpox, nauseating. A nurse who was sent to-Tffi
of LaKe Borine. the month of whichof stocks and bonds-reduces the trie- wsd topagated by direct contagion. Tampa recently after a patient got -ow n- IC anu UIife S pp Depo
s at or off the Mississippi oates Th ton and evasion to a minimum and This popular ignorance is not won- drunk and was put in jail. God pity W
-tier- Governor Vardaman does not yields the maximum of results. derful. Even among intelligent people, the poor unfortunate whose reason FORE PLAI YOUR E RG LAD FO BUILDINU MA .
rpse. It seems, to have obnoxious Where, however, self-assessment is ho read the old-fewspapers there pro- totters on ts throne and fal, but
erms and the stegomyia mosquitoes requisite and no method of ndepend- toably are very tew who really appre- more to be pitied is the man or wo- UNPACKING A W A AY
SLake Borne scattered along the ent verification is available, there s ciate the significance of what has been man eret of reason who falls into H AVE OUTGROWN OUR BABY COTH
coast. and the strenuous Governnor a good deal of willful avoidance and mronstrated regarding the disease- the hands of our asylum officials. Let! CAR LOAD OF PAINT
Blancharo says Mississippi has no ju- neglect to return the forms. Getting the fact that the intermediate agency the Augean stables be thoroughly and want your business. Prompt attention to all na
risdietion over the navigable waters down to details, the committee e- of a particular insect is essential to its cleaned, though it means prison barto orders.
of the United Staies. The month of ports that one-third of the forms sent ran- w mission from one peron to an-' for the whole outfit. 0, the shame of
l4ke Borgne is valuable for oyster out are never returned at all. and un- other. The stenol ya does not merely it.-Levy Tmespuemocrat. God pity
culture purposes and both sides arnot der the present law this omission of transmit the yellow fever organism by *ERE WE WILL BE G LAD T
reing cla:m It o it before have obnited duty brings however, self-assessment The- direct inoculation; erthe o rganism is Confidence In FORE PLACING YOUR ORDER FOr. Porter. t

states spree court. myia mosquitoes re the committee suggests an amend- developed within the insect, as the ma- The thorough work of the State Pensacel. O AN DE RIPTIO 717.
The so-called armed invasion of a meant maktg it obligatory r there larial poison within the anopheles. so Board of Health is worthy the allsminto UNPACKING A
sister state ies almost wholly of a na- citizen receiving the form to fill up that if there were no mosquitoes there ration of the entire people of Florio~a.
vial nature. Governor Blanchard has aJ d return it. providing penalties for would te no infection. Dr. J. Y. Porter, state health officer,o 'n itoi
ordered a fully-equipped gauboat to evasion and directing the publication There is no dsebt that this Is a wo-t has been most thorough in his work, o
the scene of war. Mississippi has five'oft the names and addresses of delin- derful discovery. As we have said and we feel as though the safety of - -
armed boats patrolling its coast, in- Qucats. It is also recommended that physicians the world over recognize the people could not be placed in bet-i COM R TI CORDIACz Ia.
eluding the mouth of Lake Borgne, employers be required to furnish lists it as an established fact which has, ter hands.-Galnesville Sun. uC M il Y C anB
end behind them the federal revenue od employes, with the respective sala- teen demonstrated not once but manwfeMy * OE
cutter Winona looms up. No LoUnisi- ut ries to the proper officials. The Lon- t'res by independent investigators Gordon a "Cracker Jax."
ana fishermen are permitted to enter dn 8pectator, while approving the representing the best scientific skill of' Ou exchans are referriB to
Mississippi sound, which extends from report in the abstract, suggests that it his and other countries, but neverthe- J dg Gordonh o of Tampa as an rp-ea Pen-ecola, 7.,
Lake Bo ne all around the Mississippi is better to icur some loss than to less it has not yet penetrated the r'at judge as if t were soTmataig an pOOMS WITH RUN1NOG WATER A- -
oast. Louisiana's naval brigade ves- cite opposition by provisions likely popular mind, but will be sure to do iti YPrt unsue n tur sGoe r o. LAE SAMPLE ROO
el is the Stranger, but she draws a to renders the income tax offensive, before the fight wthi ati now being oarn a a uen i Bue I aoh ss tam' worR Wek S MPE I
good deal of water, and Louisiana is Some of the statistics of the Iniome-n U t ty ended. Inv jrsprudeGordon Bt all the" am, Wae l m9aW a-
about to dispatch to the mouth of returns under the British law are oe- meantime we must get along as beat ,.aiA amier P. L BOW M ..
LaeBgsa'ih-rf"ba ar neetn.Freape tlecnwt h l da fqa anO Bane omP. fWdo ea Arge O tSN ...JE

lake Bogue a "light-drat" boat car- cidedly interesting. For example, It we can with the old ideas of quaran- e Formerly of W1daor bad Ara -
rying a Howitzer or two and manned appears that ou0 of the aggregate pop- tine and contagion, though there can I ride.
tby her naval briga'e. ghteen o ulatlon of neary 42.000,000 there are be no excuse for some of the brutality Include the Gnats. -o
Island fishing schooners or lagers Ia Great Britain and Ireland qnly 433,- that is committed in the rame of quar- In getting rid of the mosquitoes we
have bees seized by Governor Varda- 017 per8oms with an income resulting entine. New OemanM Is fMlly aware of hope the gnats wll not be ignor d.
,'an's navy assisted by the federal elthMr from their posselons or the fact that it Bow has a great opporI They distribute "sore eyes" and gen- r
matter Wiaea, and the ehghteem have a B of a oe than ta 0 a year, r ea lty to srp the 4.i n tr.t. et --- -. w ., Mo..s.
4 U104 '*. a..^fTr i-W ..""

Whet Tour Aoeet
55 a--

smd then come to
the Old Reliable


wl tim tt is

No. 3B.
H. L. COVINGTON, President M.E. CLAIRK. C*'.
C. W. LAMAR. Vice.Preeident, JNO. PFEIF1ER. 'A Cashier.

Capital Stois, *00,200 srslus, $40,000 *
Heary IOovintot, B. J. 3kbhee.
7J. M. Pflower. A. M. Avery.
Bryan Don~itod, W. H. Mi1U, Jr.,
Frank Reilly, W.L. Cawthon,
W. S. Rosasco, C. A. O'Neal,
T. F. McGenrin, Dr. W. J. Hannah,
F. E. Brawner, McKenz i Oerting,
C. W. Lamar, Alex McOowin,
J. B. Saunders, C. M. Cov!ngton.
Accounts of Banks, IndividualI, Corporations, and Firms Sellted.
-& I&-an- t stL nad tan A lMe DebIelts.

PHONE 1133.

Clutter Music House
The Leaders in
Low Prices I EasyTens

Sole Agents for the Cel"hra'l

Kra- ck 6 Bach, Lester,
Ouier and Other

Clutter Music House
114 S. Palafox St.


Open to charter by priva- r3
for fishing trips, bathing, or ..i-
summer recreation.

Formerly ship's boat for ',4
cruiser Islea de Luson, one so >. '*
prize captures.

Has full canopy and is .'t coo
fortable boat in the bay.

PHONES, 358 and




can be chartered by the hr:: .' or
week. Terms, reasonable
FIshing Tackle and Cookii; '-':
sils furniahed if desired.
PHONE 204.



fI Tusg Monarch
will run t e
Sunday eXcurfic Sunday. "
Leave City at 10 a. m. '
Leave Station at 1 p. m.
Leave Pensacola 3 p. m.r "
Leave Stationa p. m. for i -
return to Stattka.
Leave Station 6 p. a. for P,'n.i -'
Parties ean atop at Sta'.on on
trip and ratuon to the City in a -


Current Comment Fromao | -01.f--f'"

Mr Bryan's Commoner | "" "

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AlN kids of Fish, Soft hd
Crabs, Western Meat.

Walter S. Hoo00to
General Deal: ;n

Bicydes, icyleSoDfri

ad ritugL
Iron Safes, Cash R 7, *- T,7
writers, Guas, PisteLs Lo.A -
brellas repaired.
Lawn Mowers, Sc;~?r4, K-..
ets.. sharpened.
Most complete line if keys ;.u


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matter of health, and in the actual pleas-
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We do all that co -aeontioas bLewing can do to make
It the BEST BEER-using only the finest grade of ma-
twiak. It is brewed in a new and perfect plant, equipped from cellar to
roof with every modern invention for producing a fine, pure, germless
beer-a"beer so pure that it shines."
CM for t at ai saloons, dubs, cafes,
hoMs. .er. Call for it and GET IT.
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Castle OMMMt oe the tylef *t At- People flirt with trouble too much.
ttire Aeeted by Mn.. Every big fire develops a lot oft natu-
"I like to feel clean," wrote George born fire hieft
Bernard Shaw. the glUsh draatist, It is all right to select the lesser ot
In the London World of Dress, "and two evle If you know which one it t.
my great idea of clothes is that they M way oo hawof bein
should be clean and comfortable as fargood iswase te ha of be
as such a thing is possible In London. gOOd is worse than their wa of being
This, of course, excludes starch. I ba m
couldn't wear a thing which, after hav- When people my to yoau when yM
Ing been made clean and sweet, is then are i troually onsidat can I o my,
fled with nasty white mud. ironed your be equally conslderate d ey,
Int^da hard paste and made altogether Nothg-"
disgusting. To put such a garment on People are hard to please. If a man
my person, wear it, move in it, per. gets mad easily he is called "touchy,"
spire in It-horrible! and If it takes a good deal to make him
"The shiny white tubes on the wrist.I mad he is called "wooden."
the shiny black cylinder on the head, I It to a shame when the baby wakes
the shiny white front to the shirt, the up once in the night and the father In
shiny black boot, the rain pipe trouser awake for ten miartesa that he should
leg, the jalmnned zinc sleeve-that Is lose "his whole night's rest." Isn't It,
your fashionably dressed man, looking now?-Atchison Globe.
like a cold blackleaded stove with as-
bestus fuel. The great tragedy of the Aids to sucemss.
average man's life is that nature re- There are six things that bring sue-
fuses to conform to the cylindrical cents. The first is the will to work. The
Ideal, and when the marks of his knees other five are woril.-Chicago Record-
and elbows begin to appear in his cyl- Herald.
Hinders he is filled with shame."

Disaell an a Dandy.
A contemporary of Disraell in his
memoirs records this impression of that
famous dandy's personal appearance:
Usually he wore a slate colored velvet
coat lined with satin: purple trousers.
with a gold braid down the outside



I I Pm Passi te Uponp m H in Se CrimninI Court Yes-
terdy, Whe thim for New Tria?

P ThIrtorn. f.Trior deputy clerk When court convened Mr. Burton
r' the cir-u:: .coi:- was yesterday was In the court room with his attor-
sInenced :o svrr% eight years at hard ney, C. M. Jones. It bhd been an-
:...btr rhoe a' penitentiary. Thisnounced iy the attorney for the de-
ten'ence was passed by Judge Beggs fense when Mr. Barton was convicted
'ho, Crmina.i; urt when that tri- last week that he would move for a
'm ina: cwnaen- yesterday morning for new trial and yesterday was set as
t.e pirpitw of hearing a motion for a the day to hear the arguments.
iewr r:a! In the case. Mr. Jones, however, announced when
court was called' to order that he
would withdraw his motion for a new
T Er E E CE 0F trial. The document setting forth the
resan why a new trial should be
was withdrawn, and the court passed
LIFEe Mr. Burton, who has maintained a

stolid indifference throughout the pro-
ceedings. did not seem to be disturbed
or worrtlef to the least when he heard
the sentence passed upon him by
Cr Judge Begg. In fact he was cool and
THE BLOOD apparently did not care as to his fu-
The crimes on which he was sen-

b the 'vry essence of lifo Keep the
blood hbalthy and The various orcaus
-ill be healthy. The way by which
the blood is to be kept piro an,
healthy is not by admun!isTrinz so-
called b6od tonics, bu: by keeping the
candsc ,of -. h .. .. .

tenced were for forgery and utterinpt
forged paper. It was alleged that the
amount he obtained by this means ag-
gregated something like $5.000, which
was paid by the clerk of the court,
who appolatea' him as his deputy.

....1!.. Q .wte and Immediately after sentence was
. and this i. !o be accomplished passed Burton was taken into custody
Sgent; assis;an(O To nature. by the sheriff and escorted to the'
re reheis agan'- :he powerf: county jail. He hasa beet out upon
i" asre adminnisrred to-day for bond since his arrest, which occurred
-sistane. h d not stand in some weeks since.
D not he n thc awavs do her Yesterday afternoon the jailer took
stomach p dru the measurements of the prisoner, and
made a record of the same. He will
he turned over to the lessee of state
convicts in a few days to begin his
V Lje ~lengthy sentence.
It was thought that the case would
he taken to the supreme court for a
decision, but the fact that there were
Ver W six additional taformations against
Burton, each containing three counts,
caused his friends to deciae to all]w
id ay ey athe c to rest
r Four years imprisonment on the
:charge of forgery and four on the
Charge of uttering forged paper was'
c ,te'ry of Re%. H. E. O'Grsly, the sentence, making a total of eight
.":1,1i The best remedy ever ears.
r- m.ee constipation and all"
-t I .:ver and Kidney trouble. i KIU4 w.
:, right you will not suf-- Kdad mo
n .dPst ion. jaundice, chills, Len spt em the dead and more
i:a1. other troubles arising spent m n the rtv would bring about
"- liver. many happy teIt. Hearts are break-

S:. S;.ks. of Birmingham, AIa.,
* ., cothier in the state, says:
Sing I fe Liver and Kidney:
r:.htlv called Long Life, as It
,' a n. m;ie of great merit"

For Sae by

Hanph Nr ..

In his *"History of Coal Mining" R.
W. Galloway points but that what ap-
pear to be traces of a primitive state
of servitude existed In Staffordshire,
England, where the laborers employed
In the haulage of coal continued to be
kniwn at bondsmenn," a name prob-
ably coming down from a remote pe-
riod, a supposition which receives sup-
port from a peculiar service required
of them known as "buildases." This
consisted In working at times In the
morning without receiving any pay-
ment beyond a drink of ale. This cus-
tota of exacting labor without pay is
supposed to represent some ancient
service required from their tenants by
the monks ef the abbey of Buildwas,
in Shropshire. whence the name was
Ameleut The amn Parr.
Thomas Parr lived 152 years and was
buried In Westminster abbey. Born in
Shropshire, England, in 148~. Parr led
the life of an agricultural laborer in hlu
native place till blindness and extreme
old age kept him indoors. Early In

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Daughter of Capt. Lars Anderson
Expired After Great Suffering
Early this Moring.

E-nestine Anderson, the oldest
daughter of Capt. and' Mrs. IArs And-
erson, of South Alcaniz street, died
this 'morning, shortly after 1 o'clock.
IDeath was due to eating a quantity of
canned corn, which had become pos3-
oned by remaining in the tin can. The
little girl, who was about twelve
years of age, suffered terribly during
the time that e was Ill,and nd all dur
ing yesterday she had convulsions.
Shortly after 12 o'clock last night the
convulsions ceased, but the attending
physicians were unable to revive her,
and she expired within an hour.
The corn was eaten by a number of
.he children last Tuesday at noon.
Shortly afterwards Ernestine was
taken ill with severe pains in the
stomach anl continued to grow worse
during theafternoon afternoon night. Late
in the night another one of the chil-
dren, Hilda, who is some years young-
er than Ernestmne, was stricken, and
later one of the boys had an attack,
but he was ill for only i short time.
The two girls, however, became
worse as the night progressed and a
physician was summoned. Ernestine,
however. dld' not seem to grow better
when medicine was administered and
yesterday begav having convulsions.
The youngest one rallied yesterday
afternoon, and it is thought she is
t:bout out of danger.
The physicians statelthat at the illness
is due to eating the canned corn, which
evidently became poisoned from the
tin can.
Jobs Wesley's Wife.
John Wealey married a widow, Mrs.
VIsle, who grew tired of his restless-
ly laborious life and complained. He
paid no attention, and from complI'It
te went on to Jealousy, thence to fu-
ry. He rebuked her sternly: "Do not
any longer contend for mastery, for
power, money or praise. Be content to
be a private. Insignificant person. Of
what Importance is your character to
mankind? If you were buried just
now or had never lived, what loss
would it be to the cause of God?" She
left him, taking with her a large num-
ber of hisb private papers, and he dies-
missed the subject by writing in his
Joqnal: "I did not forsake her. I did
not dismiss her. I shall not call her

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Phone 50. JAS. McHUGIH Proprietor.
Established, 1874.

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The bcst college in the South for young ladies. Unsurpassed advantage
in music and a.:t under teachers whohave studied in America and Europe
Sewing. cooking anti industrial arts taught young women. Physical culture In
a gymnasium equipped with apparatus, swimming pool, etc., required under
the direction of an experienced lady teacher, The only State Normal Sohool
for Women supported by the State of Plorida, offering professional one-year
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seam; a scarlet waistcoat, long lace m 165 his longevity having made him
ruffles falling down to the tips of his famous, Thomas, earl of Arunlel, UNIVERSITY OF THE
fingers; white gloves, with brilliant took him to London to be exhibited STATE OF FLORIDA.
rings outside them. and long black to Charles I. He was lodged in the- ---
ringlets rippling down over his shoul- \ Strand, but the change of air and diet Embracing the following subjects:
ders. 'When he r9os in the house he told upon him, and In November of that I. Language and Literature-A four.
wore a bottle green frock coat with a sanMe year he died. iHe was described year course leading to the degree of
white waistcoat. collarless, and g copi- \ as a good looking man of medium size, Eachelor of Arts, Greek is not re.
ons supply of gold chains. with a deep chest and a thick beard. quired, but is offered as an elective
He attributed his excellent health to throughout the course.
Rorat power. moderation In eating and drinking. II. General Science-Divided into
e difference betwe. ert in etinthree courses; 1, Chemical course;
The difference between nominal, I *B Mathematical course; Natural History
dicated and effective horsepower often The pepper Vine. course No Greek and only entrance
puzzles people. Nminal horsepower is The most common and widely used atin is required in these courses. All
an assumed tt for the of ll spices is pepper. It is a native of our-year courses.
aenlence of makers and buyers In 4e- ut-of-tow the East aIndies, but is now cultivated II. Agriculture-Four-year and two.
scribing the o mrs ote enges tyno -40-j u tIn various parts of the tropical belt of :,ar courses.
Indicated horspower Is the amount this hemisphere. Tbh plant is a climb- IV. Engineer:ng-Four-year cowurie
showed computations ofthe Iamo-t rC and has a smooth stem sometimes .n Mechanical, Civil and Electrical
tor wdingram. Effective or metal horse- twelve feet Iong. The fruit is about Ongineering, also a two-year course
power is the work an engine can do or se- r m n the size of a pea and when ripe la of a :h Mechanics. No Latin or Greek is
power s the fference betweengie ndicaten do or brightred 'color. Ip cultivation the qutred in III. or IV. The full course
the difference between the powediated qr plant Is supported by poles. In some ner II., III. and IV. lead to the de-
hedtpowrnd- the e h now er L- on t hesitate to send us loyalties small trees are used instead :ree of Bache!or of Science; the short
your orders for china and of p o for the bet pepper a grown V. Pharma cy-A full twro-year course
A IStOa t pt in a certain degree Of shade. o be begun in September. 1906.
.gs glasswarefVI. Normal-Thyee courses for
dnt ye V ter dat big hob yuse an' Sit SWare r our COUDtIy sl Aw v ,achers: A one-y.gar e-arse lea:ling to
adn't yet g ter dat big ThoLe an' it o e. "Do you feel that you did anything a certificate, A three-year course lead-
Shand out?" ter," replied the h W the good et yoar country?" asked ing to an L. I. Diploma; A four-year
er. I a staer looking' gy gipl me o Masichina for sets o oera n eef t the set!o be 'ttzn. n, course leading to the degree of Bache-
a tip not ter. He sez: 'TfrITM train o ltond which you may cotSEnf "I do't know about that," ansm ered Aor of Pedagogy.
present path. Yere gvIn' tr 4e dogs. i ve to us wi6 have xm. c ,are f tn the couvreweaZ. "But I feel that I An ample corps of competent teach-
-Philadelphia Press. ioun. aJus eit us a im"t and a have a better record thmn some In not ers. A high cVrriculuum-Expenses In-
--Phlladelphia Pre.ss ut geus a p ae ant a doIng say damage."--Exchange. including board, $120 to $150 per year.
ti-eargdcaipn ^Fall term opens September 27, 1905.
ca F* r De*m. 0 o No latter rhw mdl or ls A Uaz, bet im.p.osbe. Sen for Catalogue. idet
Mabel-Yes, Im sorry ter oor, ear or der, packingwil uremaecarriage "We ean't hae everything In this ANDREWL, D, President-
Helen; that horrid Geor said, e to ance." ke City te hilopher. Florida.
must either give hMm up or her lovely Se ion ma of articles s le for *o." awe Mr. Dusti Stax. -....'.------
pg. Mary-And she had to p the vaes being a ta MIt impqsible combination Large Crowd at Dance.
deg? Mabel-pNo: bg died next day, Sf l e, ""e e with a deck hand A large nrmbeir of idersons attended
ad the pa died next day, ,-- ng a r. dhe dance give by the Navajo Club
St Eectric Park- last nlglt, ad all
11 ee. "0t aPn4.1a.No& spent a most e *ible eegn'. The
wed (exctedly on the race ewo- a me -a e you .a* implement weaeto imeSm at-
eo nee V lo o taVe trt ~ h a t't te way p.8 teitang., an ml Ita lWa'sa hile ea
a"wOe s-w t t eye ist 1"1e d2m`1 1IM s9 -"s tttl"on-e"MH
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"One of the very best secondary
schools in the South."-Prof WaltWr
Miller, Tulane University. I
The Sixth Annual Session will be.
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The Pensacola Classical School ftu
nishes the elements of a sound et
It offers every advantage for pn-*
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ties and scientific schools In the co
Its Instructors are thoroughly eqil
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work In which they Instruct.
The pup!ls received are limited -
such a number as will insure a maM
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The individual is the unit of lnatir
Student Labator!es for student a1
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culture Insures a healthy growtis
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the mental development. -
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lag, loved a wait and tears flow all
because o the withholdng of kind
words unspoken and letters never set.
The aged fatter and mother far off in
the country would eam- be cheered did
the son or daumt m@ore trequeutly
mend tbem a letter. DBold the aad
mistakes r eters, tsetr remorse, and
pre t by the mame befee It la too late.
Today., mow, qeak the bvyg wm.
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ter Ym pt qIsy W esy. and demt
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Three Men Instantly Killed and

1I eC LInCIc One Injured By Same Train at
That Made Milwaukee Famous ifpoits.
By Associated Pres.
Huntington, Aug. 4.-The Guyan-:
PHONE 16, THE LEWIS BEAR CO, MAIN AND PALAFOX. PENSACOLA. dotte Valley passenger train from Lodga
to this city had an unlucky run to-day,!
.-..... .. killing three men and injuring an-

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at Electric Park, by

Army and Navy Union.
Music by Barrios' Orchestra.
Two prizes, one for the best dancers from Pensacola, anr one for Otc
best dancers from Warrington.
Train,; leaving parl: at 11:30 'cr Pen-a,;xla and Warrington.
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FRESH now Be Cbhamed a Child's NIaON
IPrVe Tears to Gladmesm.
Y T R S E SThackeray was delightful as a story
teller. One evening I remember mam-
ma gave a dinner party in his honor.
I was allowed to sit up tUll 8:30 o'clock.
SDinner in those days was at 6:30.
AT R A D Y When the party came into the drawing
room I was there in my new white
muslin with a light blue sash. Mr.
Thackeray topk possession of me, much
to my delight. I remember sitting on
SERVED IN his knee in a corner of the room, and
ANY STYLE he told me stories. There was one
bout a little boy named Peter, with
close cropped red hair and a very snub
little nose and bright blue eyes. Peter
was quite a character, and the recital
W din pia of his adventures was of the most in-
eddingCakesa Specialtly teresting nature. I twisted myself
with delight I laughed so heartily
that Mr. Thackeray grew funnier and.
WEIW T "You must go to bed now," said mam-
ma, coming up. "People want to talk
~W H T to Mr. Thackeray."
"Let me stay up," I cried, clinging to
(Solomon's Old Stand.) hi
"Five minutes more" said Mr. Thack-
eray, looking at his watch. "Five min-
utes, and then she will go to bed."
He changed the nature of Peter's ad-
Sventures. They became quite sad. The
little lad, I remember, was brought be-
N ew fore the police, although he was utter-
ly innoceneL "He seemed so plucky as
he sat there." said Mr. Thackeray.
"The police said his head must be cut
Soff, but he did not say a word. He
P I U H o se looked like a sm-ll soldier. Ah, my
lunettes got quite misty with my tears
when I looked at him." And Mr.
Thackeray pointed to his spectacles. I
did not in the least see the incongruity
We can save you money and satisfy of the police cutting off Peter's head
you if you desire a fihst-class Piano. or of Mr. Thackeray being there to see
New Pianos from $100 to $600. the Ifttle fellow. I was not laughing
Be sure to see the Baby Piano-, now. The tears were in my eyes when
smallest regular Piano made for young a hand was put on my shoulder. It
and old alike, $100 to $175. was Relne, who had come to fetch me.
It will pay you to call or write us. Other guests were arriving, and all
were waiting to be Introduced to the
TUNING A SPECIALTY. llustrious novelist. The sudden ter-
mination of the story just at its most
SPHONE 476. agonizing crisis was too much for my
thrilled nerves. I lifted up my voice
CLUTTER 0 R USHING i and wept aloud. and I was carried out
LUTTER & RUSHING In Reine's arms and put to bed. As I
lay weeping on my pillow, thinking of
12 L Government Street. poor little Peter's fate, of his innocence,
of his bravery, a shadow bent over me.
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. It was Mr. Thackeray. who had come
In to comfort the weeping child, and be
--- told me that Peter was saved and that
he had been adopted by a rich lady
tLAVI and that he rode in a coach to school.
I was comforted. I sat up in bed and
l OUR Ikissed Mr. Thackeray. When be stole
LEAVE YOUR out of the eoom I fell asleep, to dream
of the little red haired boy whose ad-
Sventures I had heard.-Alice Cockran
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teSIma UULUbdis
tj aftll[ak .(Continued from First Pa.ge.
ployed iAn tuie prosecution of B. H.-
Rea wa thi. IBurto" 'the cost not to exceed three
Read what this Indianapolis man hundft dollars ($300.00.) Miotion to
says and believe that this is mn djournr until July 1 carried. Attest,
haM medicine talk. Chairman."I
Third..That at the aforesaid meeting
19. the Boa:-d of County Cunmission-
ers of said county when said resolu-
tion was offered and made that there
was not then, and Is not now. any
law authcrizin; said commissioners to
c employ an attorney to aid in the prose-
d cution of a criminal matter wherein
,B t UA they can appropriate the funds be-

traci longing to said county fo:- the purpose
Frank Adkiln was struck by therof paying for the services of said at-
train shortly after leaving Logan.:
while crossing the track and instantly
killed, and a companion was seriously Fourth,That the complainant be-
I injured. John Ashan, an aged farmer lives that the wrongful and illegal ap-
at Barboursville was killed, evidently propriation of the public funds and
i thinking the frain ran upon another, ldilaapolls 0..May33, O rmney of the said county and should
Struck. Abouttwo yearao I had abdca eoftecem alw and ra issu an
While the engine was returning to en my hands, wrtich lterbroke out on my fO t e aliowel, and pra. to issue an
the roundhouse after arriving in this ankles Nobodyknows what ufereds I injunction restraining and4 prohibiting
e rounawouse after arriving in this awke atnihttrrying todevise cme way he said County of Escambia, State,
city, George Zircle. who was walking keep fromserachin thedicased places.
on the track, was struck and instantly ItriedphysiclansbutaotitUeornorelief. I of Florida, its officers, agents, ew-
killed. tired tentremedles with Ukebrults. Iwban ployees and se.-vants, and ail or any
duced to yabottleotD.D.D qeffeeof of them. from taking an: further ac
Asthma Sufferers Should Kow T the lrapplicatonowasworth manytmes the :on in the premises, and especially'
Asthmor siweeksantle Id completelyumdcured. from signing any contract, making any
Foley's Honey and Tar has cures I ave never had any ss of reourrs of further resolutions or taking any fur-
many cases of asthma that were con-. thedw e. r their steps whatsoever ia furtherance
sidered hopeless. Mrs. Adolph Bues- HlOrango Street. Ho such plan r intention as shown
ing, 701 West Third Street, Davenport, Such misery now cleared away as surely 'y the above resolution, and to r.-
lcwa, writes: "A severe cold contracted as the sun shines above. Not merely attemp-1 strain said Board of County Commis-
twelve years ago was neglected until it, ted, not a matter of improvement merely, i sioners, or any other officer, agent,
finally grew into asthma. The best not a temporary relief-but a clearing of it employee, servant or person on behalf
medical skill available could not give all away absolutely and permanently. The of the said county, from signing any
me more than t-emporary relief. Foley'' D. D. D. Prescription, a specific for- warrant or taking any other steps by
Honey and Tar was recommended and mla, put up insealed bottles with authentic which to appropriate out of the coun-
one fifty-cent bottle entirely cured me label at $1.00 per bottle, has proven to be y's funds, money or funds for the
of asthma which had been growing on the only certain cure for these diseases. Its purpose of paying counsel fees or ser-
me for twelve years, an i if I had taken record of cures is astonishing, amazing, vices for the purpose of prosecuting
it at the start I would have be"n; almost miraculous. It is a liquid, used B. H. Burton or for any other purpose
saved years of suffering." W. A. externally, non-greasy. not allowed by law.
D'Alemberte, druggist and apothecary. Try It om ear parsate. Fifth, That complainant believes
tWrithat unless an injunction is issued im-
SWay to Get Write the Medical Department, D. ediately and without notice to the
A New York journalist once went D.D.Company, Chicago, for free co- defendant, Escembia Codunty, Florida,
down to Atlanta to interview Joel Chan- the said sum of three hundred dollars,
dier Harris, says the Outlook. When 1L I as shown Part thereof, as shown by,
he told the creator of Uncle Remus o rtnn 0 Pe nrm aPu Iesolution above mentioned, will bei
that he was going to "write him up" IIUUIUII spent without the authority of law,
the kindly southerner -was immediate- and to the irreparable injury of said
ly reminded of the experience of is complainant and said county.
old rieind, Simon Sute REID ENTERTAINS To the end, therefore, that the said
S"Simon 8gg," he said, "was an odd defendant, Escambia County, Florida,
old fellow who used to live down state. its officers, th e Board of County Com-
I knew him well when I was a boy. Eiervants of said county (oath ben
One day a friend met him. waived) to the best and utmost
"'Simon.' said he. 'do you remember By Associated 'Press. of their remembrance, information,
Jim Hooper, that went to school with London, Aug. 4.-'Whitelaw Reid, knowledge and belief, full, trtie, direct
us down at Monticellor the American ambassador, entertain- and pe-fect answers fdake to the'
"'Jim Hooperr? Of'co'se I 'member ed at lunI eon to-day a number ot his premises, and tuat your Honor will bea
Jim Hooper. Little slim fellow, wa'n't American friends who are visiting! pieased to grant an injunction against;
he? London., the said Escambia County, the Board
"T'aas. Well, Jim's goe and nov- The guests included Congressman of County Commissioners, composed
eleda your Charles E. Littlefield, q Maine, Con- of A. M. Avery, W. J. Sennott, JAs. R.
"'Noveled me, bes er sf Simon. gressman James: B. MkLiIns, of Ro- S'ewart, Jas. M. Wiggins and Jas. M.
'Well, ding bl hide": cheater, N. Y.; Justice 11dersleeve, of Andrews, the officers, agents, em.
the blew York supreme court; Post- .'!oyees and servants of said couuntv,
Teoam llmew off the Tlne. master William B. Wilcox, of New ; restraining them, and each and all of,
Among the moderately well to do ork, and Mrs. Wilcox, Charles H. them, from expending any of the funds
Among the moderly well to do oynton, of New .York- Mr. and Mrs. or money of the said county In the!
there is an army of young mengrowing Jordan, of San Franc'oo: Robert J. manner and for the purpose herein-
up in idlenessnthiscountry who think Wynne, the American consul general; above set forth, and from signing any
It beneath their dignity to learn a trade Professors Wilcox, Huffleut and Hull, contract, warrant or other paper for
or follow a profession and who in many of Cornel university; Mr. and Mrs. such expenditure, and from paying or;
instances form that large lass known Haldeman, of Louisville, Ky., and Sir Fttempting to pay any sum or sums,
as genteel idlers. They have been pam- Casper ,Prtuaon Clark, director Metro-. for such purpose.
pered and petted by their parents until politan Museum of Art, New York, And that complainant may have;
they have come to the conclusion that and Lady Clark. such other and further relief as in the'
the world owes them a living without premises may seem meet and fit,
ard complainant prays that process of
equivalenting tol. Trkey foaren truth an ZANZIBAR. subpoena and injunction may issue,
menace to the peace and welfare of the ,: P art oe e ected to the defendant, Escambla
menace to the peace and welfare othe 5Its Pr05mrt Clove Forests and Its county, Florida, returnable according
country, and thoae who encourage them aldorou City streets to law.according
to t are as reprehensible as they. It s difficult to describe in fitting lan- And Complainant will ever gray, etc.
ox City Tribune. guage the clove gardens of Zanzibar. THOS. PEBLEY.
The "spicy breezes" which are said to This bill of complaint is sworn to by
Te whWtle et an s.- "blow soft o'er Ceylon's Isle" blow Mr. Pebley.

Thme white or an egg is made up or
little cells filled with albumen. By
beating the white these cells are rup-
tured, and oxygen from the air Is In-
closed, which gives the white and light
appearance to beaten eggs. The white
of a stale egg will not inclose as much
oxygen, will not be as light and as
easily digested as that ot the fresh
egg and, of course, less valuable. The
importance of beating the egg in cold,
pure air is readily seen.
Not Ue** rouWlig.
"Good evening." said Borem when
she came down to him. "I really must
apologize for coming so late, but the
* cars"--

IRISH STORIES "Oh." she interrupted coldly, "I don't
mind late comers. It's the late stayers
--me Droll Answer- -a4 Rd wYit that bother me."--Phlladelpbia Ledger.
re mu Hotel Walters.
Of stories of Irish hospitality Mr.
Macready had a full supply; also of RES KA Us
hotel attendants and the peasantry.
On one occasion be asked the girl In There Will be Lest Sleeplessness
attendance for poached eggs. She When Pensacola People Learn This.
looked a bit nonplused at first. but Can't rest at night with a bad back,
after a little hesitation replied. "There A lame, a weak or an aching one.
are no poached egam in the place, sir, Doan's Kidney Pills are for bad
but I think I could get you some backs.
poached salmon." They cure every form oL kidney ills.
Inap or lon. of t From common backache to diabetes.
In a poor little cotter of two rooms They are endorsed by Pensacola
he swx.v a carried couple and seven people.
children. Hearing a baby cry. he T. Torgensen, fisherman. living at
asked to see it and explained that he 108 South Florida Blanca street, says:
took an Interest ti balbi .. laving one "I am enjoying better health than I
' *at home. T'.w infant was producer have h-,d for months, and I attribute
Sfor cspetion. and the mother asked it to Doan's Kidney Pills. For more
Proudly. "Is yours as big as that, than two years I had difficulty with
Ssir?'" To which he replied. "I think it my kidneys, causing me to get up ser
^ Is a little btgger." Instantly the in- eral times during the night and which
stlhiits of the mother were roused. was very annoying. I tried a number
a tossing her head, she said: "So of reme(ies. but seemed to get no re-
d, tossi er h b lief. VIhen I saw Doan's Kidney Pill :
weJ it might be. That's only half of advertised I was feeling dull and mi-
e 0 the other' half Is with God. We crable and could hardly get around sa.
Ia twins." I wont to Sidney Kahn's dreg stor-
At a hotel oae of the party asked, No. 9 So:-th Palafox street, and- s-
"MaYv you got any celery, waiter?" cured a box. Alter using the first on,
"N4, k." was the sEicUleat answer. I felt a great deal better in ever.
"I teBls ol me chgaem." That man way and by zhe time I had finished
S slusMt n qs~a tip. O another oc- the second box I was cured. My res.
s" imso t 4i edPm ssDpecially good was pot disturbed nights and the dul:
-d =Gt1n1 41S lV.mW miserable feeling vanished."
For sale by all dealers* Price 5(-
6, ls centa. Fot-Milbu M, -.Buffalo
aimyI t-4Y _* N. oe 80 esta ges" 2 United

with equal softness and perhaps no Injunction Granted.
less spicuiness through Zanzibar's beau-' The injunction prayed for was grat-!
tiful clove forests. The whole Island nd by Commissioner Coston and is now
abounds in richest vegetation, but the on file.
clove forests are its real beauty spots. What action the commissioners will
And what a grateful change their fra- take has not y-et been learned, but if
grant shade from the oriental odors they deside to fight the matter their
and genuinely bad smells of the stuffy course will be to ask to have the in.
streets of the old town itself! For functionn dissolved, and they will have
Zanzibar is not like an American city until the first Monday in September to
in the width of its streets and the ar- decide upon the course they will take.
chitecture of Its buildings. There Is
scarcely a thoroughfare in the whole
place wide enough to permit two veb- : EVER TREAT YOU SO?
cles to pass, and the system of sanlt&- Coffee Acts the Jonah and Will Come
tion is almost as primitive as that of
the garden of Eden; hence some of the Up.
smells. Fortunately the clove forests A clergyman who pursues his noble
are not far away. Zanzibar has no calling in a country parish in Iowa,
docks or wharfs. All goods are landed ;Clls of hs coffee experience:
or shipped by means of lighters. The "My wife an.d I used coffee regularly
tidal rise is about fourteen feet and 'for breakfast, frequently for dinner
the fall necessarily the same. Vast occasionally for supper-alwaysI
stretches of beach are thus left bare ,ry Vest quality-package coffee
at low water; hence more smells. But, nnver coule t l'1S ap!ace on our6 table.
with all Its drawbacks, Zanzibar Is not ; n ulth viooent1896 mvii w whai
particularly unhealthy. It is hot. vig- Ia great difficulty in sopping. w
orously, viciously hot, but still the peo- seemed to come from coffee
ple. the white people, manage to live ': ::-.;n, Lut we could not decide
there in comparative comfort and in "In t.hc following July however, she
spare hours play golf. tennis and some- was attacked fa, a second time by the
times even football.-E. Verne Ri,-hard. von,!;ing. I was away from home fill-
son in American Syren and Shipping. :ng an appoin*itnt. at the time, and'
on my return 1 found be:. very low:
T~ LIP. .she ha,! literally vomited herself al-
Children are not ly eager. to a- t t death an it took some days
Children are notc rorfly eager to ac- to quiet the trouble and restore her
quire facts. The following question somsc:.
was asked by a lad of seven after be "T ha also experience the sa
had ridden upon his uncle's knee: troublebut not SO Violently, and had
"Say, Uncle Will, what becomes of relieved it, eah time, by a resort t,
your lap when you stand up?"- medicine.
Youth's Companion. "But my wifes second attack satis-
fled me that the use of coffee was at
Hls OieM.e. the botomn of our troubles, and so we
Magistrate- Ah. they have caught stopped it forthwith and toot on Pos-
you drunk again. eh? Hoho-No. yer turn Pood Coffee The old symptoms
honor: impersonatin' an officer dis time. Of 4dfIPe disappeared and during the
I guess dey caught me asleep in a door-. f years that we have been using Pos-
way.-Philadelpha Press. turn instead of coffee we have never
,had a recurent-e of the vomiting. We,
When the heart is won. the under- ever weary of Poetum, to which we;
standing is easily eonvinced.--8mmots. know we our gpod bet. Tt lisea
Sprocraemstination is the gentle art of given by Po"tom Coftaiu tth
jot doing things when you have a C-ee, lich. ,
chane to inconvenience ymurnelf by the lUtle book "Tbe Rve
tng tw.-mCc, Blffs nonpareil, ek^ "
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TIES, all leathers, all styles, only $2.22

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and MISSES, only . ,$.63

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i~fa^^ui~a%^^*Mala/ ratee by the nueusth.y%^


For Sle.
twotory residence good neighbor-
lood East Hill. ear car. A. C. Bink.
ley. Thiesen building. Sauglw*
house at Goulding; large yard,
shade trees, near railroad, fifty feet
well and outhouses. A good bargain.
Apply to postmaster, Goulding, Fla.
FOR SAL---Upright Kimball Peanu
for sale cheap. Apply 1304 W. Gov-
ernment St. 4auglm*
FOR SAI---Kill the germs of fever-
ora'er a barrel of slack lime to-day.
Phone 367. 4auglm
FOR SAL --I show ca6e 22inx27inx
S ft; 1 Triplicate Mirror French
Plate Glass 18x40; 1 Wall Mirror,
French Plate Glaes 18x40; 1 arc light
for gas; 1 Milliner's Bost and Head;
lot Millinery Fixtures: 1 beating
stove; 6 Yellow Pine Tables; lot of
.bselving. Going out of business. S. L.
Benham, 32 West Government St.,
FOR SALE-3 Barber Chairs for sale.
fIin 0 D..i-.r4. eni ..._


9 Keep on paying tent with
future prospects. of owning
a home further away every
day? Yv' f

) your rent to us .and we
will sell you and extremely
well built and. attractive
home with sushine in every
room. Your


- tAN IN WALL STREET."-William WiLdorf Aetm.

Real Estate

0o VeE w AMy?
me lest R EMia htIamistnertawldEa E PftrOpery.

Pensacola Investment Co.
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4 room house, rents $7.00........ 600
2 houses, renting $10.00.......... 800
Neat cottage, near Palafox...... 2350
Real Estate Sought and Sold. Rents
Colected.. Money Loaned.

2041, S. Palafox, Fisher Building

NBord and Rooms.
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms,
electric light, phone and bath. Large
front room, with bay window. 10 N.
Palafox, Phone 65, 2 rings. 2auglm*
ROOM AND BOARD.-Delightful lo.
cation on bay shore; boating, bath*
ing and fishing. Inquire of Mrs. C. C.
Hprman at ifisherville.

j. I. SHTUJANA *f*Tr at e. EmeS.. gW .TI L 4LjA 1. 1aU5JU1' 5. -i. *......'-.
.Ta m aIIPATITS wOo want to rest house*,
resftpn m | FPOR SALE-One dray and harness. PAlrItZ ta or a n thin els e o --a
215 Sete Palex Stet, Po l. F | Apply 212 E. Gregory. laug-w L.S. BROW N & Co 'i s o *?ntga for ta
215 S69t0 Palafex Street, Pem6MM.I, fl.i.de. *I PP. au I N L-. -o Co matter, will And The Journal Want
L FOR SAI,-A quarter block In New 200 T" es ld'g Ads a great helP.
** City, containing 5 lots, with large 200 Thelsen Bld g BA OTILr-Open atlht and day.
UfW KQll mIpI A a ^*Z O- eak trees on same, very conveniently IX l IV up plan. Roo- light and
WANT-W EDDL I rAfC j located to car line, ga" and water "WE SES LL LOTS" Tro ulent trade olleted. Emd
St., be YOUNG AN ith a mans and situated n excellent neigh- 79 South Palafto. osM & Niolas
ST .4 S. Ta rra S m d Y N-G MAN ith a 'borse or bicycle borhood. To a quick purnchaser will p.op mv.
. ,n and R rmeSt..e rO n-And Permanent. position with sell cheap. Address P. 0. Box 529, i s llWfaneous
., itrellas and Parasols re-The JournaL Apply at once to circu- City. laug2w*T.U C
h r neatly done while you lation manager.
S.ork guaranteed. J. C j-" 'FOR SAIA-Beautiful block in New'TRUNKS, DRESS SUMI CASES, VA- MOl y to Lo f.
4aug1w Iw TE A *rst-claea collector and City. Tract No. 312. Fr cash $60). ULISES AND GRIPS, all thoroughly '
Ssolitor. Apply L. 0. Kauffman, Apply to A. M. McMilla,Court and promptly repaired, at F. B. Bruce's MO Y TO LND-- good realas
; :,tionas planin1 mill imia and Palafox ts., tpstaira. Apply to A M M lla rt H big repair shop. Send them down. ta security or on good collte
.. itO", 14 lau 29jly2w at lowest rates. Lealle aIL Broj
jnee; gilt edge refer- IFOR SALE-Two eecond-hand upright Fslyer Ilo tate. Lal 3
e p employed as foreman one WANTED-Energetc ma each coun- pianos; fine condition; terms easy'PIANO TUNING-Am prepared to do O1NBY TLOANXED oan yat n a
4a7sit pianing mills In Ala-! ty to post signs, advertise and distri. it desired. No. 12 E. Government. I tuning and repairing. Guarantee IaIWs t perofal Property. payable
w;ant to get back to Florida. bate samples, salary $18 weekly, $3 lauglwk satisfaction. 17 years experience. J. -wekly or msthly. Whia You fn
.'- aning Mill, Care Pensacola Per day for expenses, honesty and so. F-C u AL STRAMBOAT-Suitable CCnrad Scott. 243 E. Gregory. 28Jlylm* soney. see *me. A. Wiml4, 23l% W.
4aug5t 'briety more essential than experience. r ST BOT- GoverameUt UstM. MalisbiIry ballding
!National Co. T720 Chesnt t Phila tfor freight and passengers. 85 feet REGULAR MAIL LINZ-Good coaver* to1 .. 2dee
:i k WANTUD at No. 17 West delphia uta .. d8 .long. Great bargain. Write box 837. ance for traveling public. Daily ser. MONET LOANED en goo" (-1*
AF.. street, cty. 2aug6w*I aug2and8 Tampa, Fla., for photo and partlcu- vice each way. From Chipley to Bay. ISgSrftl fi U ar outa IA
S i-To buy sa etmr good LEARN T~EGRAPHY a R. R. A- lar. 23jly2w bead. Address J. M. TIggle, Chipley, ai ie W* soa a &
S...,w in Pensacols or in Santa Icoudtig $50 to $190 a month sal-. 00 TO TURTON or aB *stuem alAms 24ach a
t.. i,;y. cheap for cash. Ad- assured Our graduates under bond. Camera loaded and unloaded ree- REAL. STATL __ ONZ LOA oa n ai kinds otp,
c-(7 w. Et,, Mary,-Esther. SantaOur "Ix sC h e ref in OAmer-iY.LOANE.of e .PU aikHndsOfeme g9 A16elA liC i atll pe ef .Pr--
e, .Ma SS lea andm a red by all railroads graphs e th. 3 ya A o property on sahort noti..
,,-. ,,. e,. 1i-roams Wrke for tiso. re S...... r. 18a. ou buy the ground ad we will Terms easy. J.W. Bullard. upstatrs
Su.--Any gFl a neeg o rie telegraph tnu oe School of ..build your house on long time pay- 28% South Palaftox St., Phone 1144
k. -Aep.-Any girl In need of frt ie nd Atelea h, Ctn tinne, 0., Buffalo, N. PINE STAVES AND HEADINGS for, ments V. HaleWillm 6 Cs 5nov
". advice, etc., will And l- ALinta.T.G, La Crse, Wi. Tex-. sale. Standard sizes. Prompt ship. TAIIRG--I L l)q9foadTioao,
beMatron of the Salbvation *- l. T.. Whittedh Bof TA ingcleaned.preodend alinT a saal Property.
t.-cue Home. 33rd St. and ave WAN .-Ag.st.a i...... coun. S Clonetalro on short o tit o. No. U11% ates raw to bulessa ma on lar
L 1 rmingham, Ala. dh. ties in Florida to handle Alpine Safe FOR SALE--Combination horse, 7 West Government St.L, Pensacola. P l&ase. The New Tork Loanm Co., z204
V, ANTE: -The Merebat Transmur sad Lock Co.'s Fire and Busrlar Proo- years old, 16 hands, sound and gen- Ide South PalabS.
v 1 our movian and auhag. BSafe and Vault Ftures at every tie. Also registered broad mare. A O NE wLLAR AND Fl
S c. -uaranteed. T. B. Thor- description. Wrie me for term E. Hinman, Century, Fla. 61ly CENTS per ead, w wil hall i" PW SMl
._. i'hone 978. 18Junelm. Scarritt Moreno, Pemacoln, Fla., Flor- WALL TINTS by experts; results dead horses. cowS, e. Leave orders 402 8. PALAFOX ST.
1, A .\ i iy for cash, a few ida State Agent. 28june. guaranteed. Fairchild and Rice, Phone at 136 gast Intenenca Herring MONT TO LOA ON DIAMONDS.
shart A.. r an National Bank A n -tel m 485. 12July1m IBa. etob Watches, Chalain, Rigs and all ilads
ok s. Addres. J. y Itgen person may earn a R SALE.-Twopairextra fine t ltel searity at lowet rate of
Ace oia.3Junem* good income cOrpod for news- RRpair extra fn SAILMAKJER. into 8st. ftrw is unrdeemed
e .Tou~xpapers 13june; no canvassing; xperienee young mules, sound and in goed I. PORTER t !imaker, 716 South te da i seemed
condition. Also one 2-horse Stude Pate tre. rders takea for
WA.NTLD-Your e,e-nric work of all unnecessary. Bend for isrtUculars. bcke? alon, S. G "rse etune-, Pa- street- Orders -take- f-
,.: ,~ Let u- c.ean your faas, re- Northern Press Syndicate, Lockport .bker wagon.w. G arteld. unetents, awnings, camp stools sad home
:.O r 'ynam,. u your wiring, etc N. Y. 13j neam FOR SALE-One Cho!ce block on top cots. etc. Prices reasonable. Ija" GUL FP CITY
Io'aou -,70 P-.saua c Da Electric Co.,! of tae ridge east of the electric
.comer lieenca nj Baylen ltreeL railway, between 7th and 8th street., 99 A
Uuaelm. f r Sa1le Nature has favored this section and it FO RT R
6It lA;, & CO. received another cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs. l nin
nr ....ited pure olive oil, ALT---Only ran four months. Good CHICKEN WHEAT produce eggs. FOR RENT-Lorraine House, corner CFeWan n**& -.
r ... on, half gallons as new. FIeut bargain In second- Makest fowls especially well favored. Hayne and Belmont streets. Apply
t.; 7'" hand machine ever ed. See Dr. The chealest lood !o be ton&. I. L W. S. Garfield. 12Jul
,N *, Li peupie of Pensacoft Phillips, Room 4.7, Palafox. 2auglm*; Mellen A Co.. Phase 334. IohWBrksP
.... ..n. e The Jouradl ips m4AJr-Ata erof2augm ce rmail FO FOR RENT-A 7-room bluse on Big MEMBERSHIP RATES $1.00 PER
V. A -. te prblen or y FOR SA -South h'f block 1I stre, st. ock eand acomt. nhft Bayou; furnished for the summder;a MONTH.
,L.le. A-, Le be. ard a --n o, Intendoneln U, r en water front; large yard, shade Lades and et's Clothing cleaned,
z e a:. you a-e .ookLinlg for i et v p AA-10-room oe. P uar y repaired. Goods called for o
b bm ludd la the 23,000 or 30,00 137% eet an ay View Park; also lot. 3 blocks from Palafox., lot 9z ter*, excellent neighborhood, near car and delivered.
; : ake.- the population( o touth half of block 212, fronting 400192 on car 1ine. For partileuars line. Will rent cheap. Address 497. ABELL & FINCH, PROPS,
: ,a fcet on 14th St., by 137% feet on Bay ..ire of Standard ClothinCo. care Journal. 80Jly 140 E. Government St.,
View Park. The only property adjoin-1 29 Jn. l Penacla Fla.
T -Hu and transit ing Bay View Park that Is now for 9 ... .. FOR REN'-Omce rom with show Phone No. 13. Pensacola, Fa...
ol Office phone 363. Residence sale. The beautiful view down the FOR SALE-Second-hand cash re"gi window. Apply at. 34 S. Palafox.
rcos & White, 22-2c N bayou and down the bay can never be ter in perfect ondion.Wall Ca 19jlylm GIVE YOUR HAULING TO
..:-ragona. I2mc ca-shtrupaed A V Plubbs n,. ch or or time. A real bargain. Can
UANTD---Oers toz The Junu'-e .obtrue . A Cub I be seen at James McHugh's 2 2mch FOR RENT-New five-room cottage M whanl TransfAe
special Pensacola and Paua.aw Canal FOR SALE CHEAP-My three-year- DO TOU want to buy or sell anythlax? on car line. corner l..th street and l i ITran f G .
E;tion. which will shortly appes-. old Berlsire herd Loar, Duke a A 1Ittle wast ad will bring wonderful 8th avenue. Inquire at Turton's Photo w
lti, contain ba l-tune ,. ,.ures oU city. Florida, No. t9,S23. Also some Sne reunlts. The cost Is too insigalfceUt gallery. 12july Thor. B. Thoren, Prop,
ar'bo? and special rsenes. 15 cent. young pigs. 1 six-months-old boar, all'to delay.-Residence latel o AULIN OF V Y D CRIPTION
. ave o'-ders at Journa, omc registered and transferred. Carl Set- OUR -SAL--FreFh batter, cream, FOR REN.-Residence lately ol HAULING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
d t ourna. o registerlined nd trCieFlaserred. Carl Set- IFOR SALekFandresh buttermilk, cream cupied by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 W. -
A)T.D-SoinfaW 'Conr oat terlind. Chipley, Fla. 18j17j sweet milk, and buttermilk, d LaRua street. Apply to R ary, SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
and cotton eed mea. S SA OUt ouf -o R 8AL.-I am Florida State Agent' Belmonred t streeany t Phone 90. No 4 Pallox street 7e SPECIAL ATTENTION GlVEN TO
rwr shipmentr soPcr Sa. Writfene udre E. Belmont street Phone 907. 7No. 4ety- ole BAGGAGE DAY OR NIGHT,.
T S. Mellen & C.mar -Lm for Fire and Burglar Proof SafesandI- FOR RENT-Twenty-room aionse, cor
I. Mel Ien & Co 20warl~ e %auk Fixtues of all descriptions ner Barracks and Zarragosda street.
a BIh AMA Wabt -ur :jeg manufactured by Alpine ate an Suitable for boarding house.PHONE 978.
and #utjg He .ii~ t.,^ _k .-I Lock Com.pany of Qtcnati, Ohio. 3rC 30 I 6WMrs. M. J. Moreno,216 East Zarra P. 0. COX, 7g.
Phon 6s Communicate with mb for prices and A CMs.E st -
.... ,terms beforebuying elsewhere. Scar- T AND ORN MEL g 6m
h; Articles. ew. As avsalo ritt MorenoPesacowElla. AL F. U. GONZAL S& CO.. rm IIB TD h tf
k.,, Arttcle waatee W'k pay -sbt 2SJune. Us 55&nrUU9 VV
supply you with stove wood. blocks By your meal and stock feed rom Office, Bronasham building.nt anrers
.HE RENTAL BUSINESS ou oak wood, spt Woo pi. knots, or the home cturer, encouriagir to Pensacola Business College. and Deaers In
S cavty and your busimeas will;kil ing. jiag phIe 1l. C. bome Industry. contribute to h me Prompt attention always given LUMBER, LATHS, SAWED CYPRESS
careul attenuonI DI. le WU- Williams, peWristor, ma '. G St., saa labor. le aveyour mnoey t yo to business. PPansaola. Fla. SHINGLES AND KILN-
o. A Jackso.* mayi city. 0 4 DRIED 8SAPS.
ayION WANTED---Young ladyi ... --
s posi'ion as rtenographer, I l --i
' -;:v or country town. Corn- i
%;'"ol in figures. References.
S .. care Journal. SilylmeS f A MW &.. M 555 N ftq `1

.a: ied vest pocket me.
:;i; ;Iwk. .ibe-'al reward for
Mprr Hutel. Saug2t
-' o0 15. name Alfred Ren-
S '- .niall scar on chin. Left
S.iu 14. prt-, rk Noitfy Miss Luil
SHcnberg St., Pensacola.


for Rent.
North Hill residence, 10 room. .50,00
715 Noith aylen...............
W04 North Spring ..............S
House ear PdWeldo Wharf .... 500
21 West Remana .............. 00
314 East Strng ............... 17.50
105 East iemna ............. 17.50
49 Emt Chake ................. 10
806 Weet Man ................ 15.00
Dwelling Near St1ddawrt....... tU

Six desirable building lots at

4 Nice Home, 505 1E Gadeden, 7 rooms, at


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Profesional Directory.

Office 71/2 S. Palafox St.
Office Hours: 9 to 12 and 3 to 5.

Room 405 Thleaen Building.

PHONE 559.

Attorneyand Counsellor at Law
108 East Government Street.
General Law Practice.

Roem 600 Thlesen B'ld. Phone 734.

Fisher Building, 204'/2 South Palafox
PHONE 525.


Room 8, Brent Building.

Phone, 86.


will be out of town

July 30th- to be ab-

sent until August


The Gulf City Market
Baylen and Intendencia.

W. N. Fillingim, Propriter





For Rent.

813 North 7th avenue .......... 8.00
211 N 9th Avenue .............. 10.00
315'/ South Palafox, ups tair
suitable for club or effces.
705 South Palafea.
207 East Government.

We Advertise Free.



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For Steam Division
Trains leave Pensacola for the Little
Bayou, Big Bayou, Warrington,
Navy Yard, and Fort
Barrancas at-
7:15am ar Fi. Barrancas 7:35am
S:50am ar Ft. Barrancas 10:30am
12:50pm ar Ft. Barrancas 1:30pm
3:50pm ar Ft. Barrancas 4:30pm
6:15pm ar Ft. Barrancas 7:00pin
*8:10pm ar Fr. Barrancas *8:50pm
*Saturdays only.
Trains leave Fort Barrancas for
PensacoT% at-
8:o00am ar Pensacola 3:40pm
11:00am ar Pensacola 11:49am
2:00pm at Pensacola 2:40pm
5:15pm ar Pensacona 5:55pm
7:00pm ar Pensacola 7:45pm
*9:00pm ar Pensacola 9:45pm
Electric car will leave t'ensaco!a
every hour from 6 m. to 10 9p. .
inclusive, and Saturday night only at
11 p. m., and leave Bib Bayou for
Pensacola very hour at 7:30, 8:30,
and so on until 10:30 p. m., with the
exception of the first car leaving Pea-
sacola at 6 a. m, which will, on re-
turning, leave the Big Bayou at 6:20
a. m., and the 2 pI m. car will leave
Big Bayou at 2:40 p. m.
The above itl the week day schedule
which will beg!n Friday.April 15.
Electric car will leave Pendacola at
7, 8, 8:50, 9:50, 10:50. 11:50, a. m. and
12:50, 1:50. 2:50. 3:50. 4:50, 5:50, 6:50,
8, 9 and 10 p. m., running through to
the Big Bayou, and immediately re-
turning from Big Bayou to Palmetto
Beach will await arrival of steam
train from Pensacola and will then
run to Pensacola ahead of the trala
from Fort Barrancas.
The steam trains will run as at
present, but will observe this electric
car schedule and w.!l work Iv connec-
tion with ItL

Pensacola, St. AnLdrews ad
1ulf Steamhip Ce.
W. G. BARROW, Master.
And all points on St. Andrews Bay,
Carrabelle and Apalauhicola.
Leave Pensacola Sunday, 8:30 p.
m.. for Mobile. Ala.
Leave Pensacola, Tuesday. 8:0 p.
m., for St. Andiews, Millv.ihe, Apa.
lachicola, Carrabelle and intermediate
For additional information apply tj
E. R. COBB, PresideuL
Gen. Frt. and Pass. Agt-
Pensacola, Fla.


Blue Ribbon

Bottle Beer,
has no equal
Sold everywhere.

S.A. Friedman
Wholesale Distributer.

Leader in Imported


and Liquors.
PHONE 171.

11 North Palafox
PHONS, 65.

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money wakes you indepen-
dent if used the right day.
We iuvite you to talk over
this matter with us.
Fire and Life Insurance.

We have about $10,000 on hand, which wo can lend on good- real
estate security it sums of $100.00 to $250.00 at 7% and 8%.

Block 169, New City tract, 20 lots. at $3500.00.
Block 163, New City tract, 20 lots, at $175.00 per lot.
South half of blocK 143, New City tract overlooking Bayou, 6
lots, at $1600.00.
Block 120, New City tract, ovedlooking Bayou, 20 lots, at $2750.
A very desirable Dwelling, 6 rooms, now rented, North Hayne
street, at $2250.00.
Dwelling North Hill, near car line, $2250.00.
Two-stor y Dwelling, West Gregory street, at $3000.00.

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

Thos. C. Watson& Co
Cor. Palafox and Garden Streets.





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AT I SIT Pan aal. Anyone can undersran
SI ? Kansas City-10,000 box factory; 50 S OES THE SPIRIT OF HOME. Mistah Johnsing-Can't yo' gib me and they nsure or pro
$5.011 development company. no hope, Liza? Miss Jackson-Once they agree to. f we wr
Carl Junction-$10,000 telephone S 5t mOt M e wsithm Tou if Yoes Wold* an' fo all, Mistah Johnsing, I tells yo insurance, yo' be a
It is the system. create a Home. I won't be no man's cullud supplement -- ae.
North Carolina. AT.. To create a home you must have the -Puck.
Raynham--p5,000 cotton gin. spirit of borne. Just as the smallest
Murphy--O .000 marble company. village may have its history, its moral Wiilng hands will not remain M c VAI Y R CM P
ITIE Morganton-4-oo,000 lumber com- stamp, so the smallest home may have Idle if wedded to thoughtful hearts and A
I IgVaahinaon -. $100,0 l rd ictso soul. Oh, the spirit of places, the observant eyes.-H. W. Little. AS T9 NEW YORK S FE INPURANCE CO.
company. 00000 hardware L atmosphere which surrounds us in hu- 7 OTH PALAFOX STREET. .PHONE TOO
company. 2 .6 0..min dw g What a world of mys- During the season of early vege-
North Wlkesboro-$.000 power m man dwellings ata m-tables and unripe fruit, diarrboet FLA.
SI I plant. -w r teryA IE and botel disorders are prevalento.
Lumberton-4-,tton mill Here even on the threshold the cold Calais' Simanba Bowel Tonic stops
Lenoir-$40,000 veneering factoryALL NEW SHAPES AND beginstopenetrate; you are I at ease; the fermentation, kills the rotsonouq ---. "
_Cullowhee---41,500,000 mining com LEATHERS. something Intangible repulse you. germs and cures in a short time. Prica r_...
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Lexington--410,000 hardware com-
Franklin--$12.000 mining company
Charlotte--$20,000 cotton mill sup-
, ply manufacturing company.
Wallace-'100.000 lumber company.
SWindsor- air mill.
Ok Oklahoma.
Oklahoma City-$25.000 land comn-
i.ny: (100,000 oil and gas company;
inroad shops; $100.000 refrigeraung
;-_.-t: 100.000 onworks plant
iWIward--6,000 mill and eleva-
Sor company; $186,000 development
SBlackwel!:- ,0on.0 l o and gas com-
1 pany.
Nardi,-Telephone company
Rankln-4,000 cotton gia

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There no sooner aoes te oor snuL 25zc. Sold at white rPharmacy. i
you in than friendliness and good hu-
mor envelop you. It Is said that walls g gXttH
have ears. They have also voices, a
mute eloquence. Everything that a TERSELY TOLD
dwelling contains is bathed in an ether BUSINESS LOCALS. *
of personality. And I find proof of Its
quality even In the apartments of bach- |-_
elors and solitary women. I Hendrix & Carpenter will furnish
What an abyss between one room estimates on building and painting
and another room! land rive personal attention to work.
Here all Is dead, indifferent, conm- 932 E. Strong, and 824 East LaRa
monplace; the device of the owner Isto : streets-
written all over It even in his fasolo- -_---. _-- -- .
of arranging his pbotograpbs and McKinzCe ienrtig CO., wholesale
books. All Is the same to me Tere and re ship cha erss ou ofand groekS
one breathes In animation, a cont- the oensacolYistla.ass house O the kind
go joy life. e visitor bear re- Pe l. air prices to al.
peated in countless er Why se Inferior paper, whea you
you am ft at a Iwber 1 7 can buy Kelso aBond, Fryaem D
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llI TI O Abbevil ie- O warelW 0e 0o.- Index System rA .w es e ta, Glr T UO CN
u *. 1Bn "; ".. ,,"o ell, Ge ., Kede b k Tut tnTAR I ,.
T ~" ~--c.ecnville-$10,000 mosasite co Is the most convenient etr
-'-" o -Vexed A, nd naccrate, Is PAlberta, Austn, Ivasich, 1u.port
W E Nashvilie--45,000 manacturintg has yet been devised Gustav Adolph, Swed as, Sjoberg, a' 7 KW 1ne B ros. .
M company; $10,000 manaacturing -You can buy complete 1486. Sydney to H. Baars & Co. Fire, L a
M n" Memplis-t.elphoesystem; $10-Itialmar, Am sch, Axelsen, 55, Key
S Memphis-Telephone system; 10.- West to Gulf Transit Co. _-- _--
M an u Uti n i OU 000 cotton company; $2,000,000 pack- Card Index Pensacola, Am as, (Y'Leary, 1086, '
w fd a sure relief from the Ing plant New Orleans to Gulf Transit Co. .
worries of the tape line If he c U =t Belfast--6.000 milling compay. ONw r as Y eG sterday.
worries orf the tape line i he Knoxville-Macadamizing plant UOutits Vizcania, Br as, McArthur, 1370, for
ears our Sae. Burns---aw mill. H Rotterdam via Mobile, with 165.000 i The Ion CI e tral Life
T I Chattanooga-$50,000 development He t sawn timber.995,00 a ft lumber.
ChattaMoga, Ten., Aug. 4-- r Gallatin-Hoop factory. --- Homewood, B es, for Apflachicol.
the week endIng August 2 The Trades- Texa. o*ewo w dt ratee sowr oxpeB-rate. nH
All wool fabrics, best workman- man reports one hundred and thirty- Beaumot---ran eevators 10 VES IN PORT. a rst tea ay omrt lw eong brnass in
collar and entire front fit the South. The remarkable develop- i company; $100,000 glass works. Gen *.00k Store I by t to eidMre
the body as though moulded. ment which has been going on, during N ewlin-Cotton. gin. Blakemoor, Br s. Bruhn. 2408,
what might be considered a dull sea-! Sherman-$100,000 packing plant C L Spezia ko Pemacola LBmber CoBruhn. 24 A
-. .son., is without precedent, and no- .Ennis-Oil.well. Q*f Cartha Br ss Johnsezia to Pensacola Lumber CO. -
OUR GUAR 'where in the country has there been Maypearl-Grain elevator. vana to Export Lumber Co.
shown such activity as continues Houston-44,000 grain elevator. Gracla, Span ss, Ruiz, 2122, Tampa'
*, .t.. ... ,t, ,, i throughout the South. This in spite Leggett-4600,000 oil and develop- to Gulf Transit Co.
$ns t .every sof the fact that there have bbeen some nm om dBrss, Jorgense 126,t company. -- Hm od ........
$ 0 O 8 :50 drawbacks, and what might be con-i Timps~-1,O00 telephone system. IHRPiNTINE STILLS. Pomaron to or, er.
Ssidered reasons for calling a halt. San Antonio-Packing plant; $10,- Queenswood, Br ss, Neville, 1694, X:KST ,OOX^
The new organizations, as noted ini000 laul.. MCMillan Bros. CO. Philadelph!a to Pensacola Lumber Co. i
the list following, show that the de-. Nickel-.Saw mill Telesfora, Span as Bengoa, 291- n Wk and U
velopmentsare not confined to any DHans-$20000 brick and tile ManufacturerS Liverpool to Pensacola Lumber Co.rand Sly C
i particular section, but that the entire works. MOBILE ALABAMA. Vicaina, Br ss, McArthur, 1408, Manufatures and Repairers of
Jn t South is sharing in the continued Dallas-$30,000 building and loan MOBILE, ALABAMA. VNorfolk to O. Howe& Co.a Mac INF Y AND BOILERS
John Woprosperity. The list shows by cities company; $50,000 harness and saddle L" AIP UP
utft oMdand states Just what is going on, and factory; $25,000 manufacturing com.A ar. FORGNGS, ARSA SPL
S AL'requires a littleaor no argument, be. pany; $100,000 furniture factory. MA KjI T Hudson, Nor bk, Knud.en, 771, IA OTAMS IP AA dAo U
2 05207 S. Palafox, yvond the clear statement of facts, to: Port Worth-$25,000 manufacturing 1 VM A .ET E a don to order. Prompt atteBtlon given to all orders, day or ri.
n 22 5i prove that the South is rapidly ap- company. Magei1n, Nor bk, Moller, 1148, Rio for James McKay & C.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dio
POne 225. proaching the time when it will be the Chapelhill-$10,000 oil company. Naval Stores Markot. Janeiro to Southern States Lumber lr Chains of all descriptions.
- inoisBrial as well as the manufacture. Burnet-$10.000 oil mill and gin. - -. ._ Co. !S Office Phone 123, PHIL WT" _.
ing centeraolf thwell manufactur-. Santo-$5,000 gin and mill. Savannah, Ga., Aug. 4.-The naval C homas l bk, Garro 803 to C. s ene Phone 102. .
SFollowing is the list: Virginia. stores market closed to-day as tol- Canero. b-- .Halr3. to ..ll llC.3
Alabama Abigdon---45,000 coal, iron andI lows: Gononers.
Alaba wma,. lumber company. nA..$5.12% Jennie S. Hall, Am .^h Watts 388,
Gadsden-$10,000 water works. Nluewport News-$5,000 laundry G .......................... B o Jennie S. Hall. Am sch, Watts, 388, o r-l-er......i.
Birmingham-$50.000 lumber com- .... ,.. * Boston to order.
pan; $50000 coffee rosting plant; west ir a. ........................... Lassel, Am sch. Reynolds, 125, Bal THER NO FU IN SPENDIN HOT DAYS
$20,000 forge company. Charleston-4300,000 coal and land 1 ........................ 4 30 timore to master.i:i HI
SAnniston--430,000 fertile plant and company. K ........................... 4 Nelson M. Atwood, Am sch, Watt.
ice factory. Sutton-425,000 medicine factory. I............................4 12 653, New York to order.
Wylam-$80,00o oil mill. Morganton-$250,000 bottle stopper H ........................... 4 Ship.. N 1AN OVER-HEATED ITCHEN.
G........................4 SUIps. IN AN OVERHA TED I( i EN
Arkansas. Pickens-$25,000 lumber company. F ...................$3.90 to 3 921 Agostine Terrizano, Ital ship, Co-
SLittleRock-46,000 grain elevator. c25-000 coal lumber company ...................$3 50 to 3 55 nera, 1170, Liverpool to master. I OK ON A GAS RAnGE, HE KITCHEN
119 Not So For i t $25,000 coal and lumber company.
ow 0 coton gin airmount-4195,000 building and 1).......................... 0YOSK
Eureka Sprngs$00,000 marble loan company.t--19000 ..build.. and ............ ...$330to 3 3 WILL INTEREST MANY. WILL BE ABOUT AS COMFORTABLE AS ANY OF
company. Keyser-$50.000 pottery. Spirits Turpentine, 58% cents. Every person should know that good YOUR OTHER ROOMS.
SSilver-10,000 mining and milling Wheeling---Oil wells health is impossible if the kidneys are
i syV lBrandI i company. MISS RADCLIFFE WAS deranged. Foley's Kidney Cure willNE CL SE STOVE $13 CONN ED F
W A 1 Hot Springs-420,000 building and ALBERT LeROY SENTENCED PAINFULLY INJURED. cure kidney and bladder disease .n w
Sloan company. every form. and will build up and -- /
S r renta-Concrete and cement Albert LeRoy. the white man who was the East Hill Grocery Co., wa..-paiu- p Oerofrm thr di or pbete neA G Ar l N
works. tfken into custody two weeks since fuly injured yesterday. She was ata if Foley's Kidney Cure is taken in
S reakfaSt BacD IImboden-Ice and cold storagePon the charge of robbing his em- the store at the time, and in ome: time. 27 ast Gardn Str t Phone m1
pla. ployer. a Greek restaurant pian of $40r eiann e
I t. j" -. -- I entered a plea of guilty to the charge manner tripped. and fell. In her ifo-t t iiilll ilittllll
Florida. i before Judge Beggs Wednesday. ito keep frGm failing shf threw out her Cautlon weessary. i
SApalachicola-$2,000,000 develop- The court gave him a sentence ofI arm, w'i struck on the broken 4g The young man moved a little closer. !-*.. *. 41*
1 a t g ,n ment company. nine months at hard labor In the of the front door She moved a little farther away.
-0 i)0 il& AgiB tilODelalnd-Laundry; laundry; tele- nitear the charge big gra Thegasd inflicted wond from "Why are you so cold and distant o FORGET!
SA pTa.mpha-io0,000 investme-nt com-I jacket, and has been here since the which the bloo.l flowed freely, but it a0 not at all eold 'Mr Spoona -
Sweather. They a pany.' de parture of the fleet. wasstopped as soon as physician .r- " answered. "blt am Com1-,"
W and ytw i Fort--White 6,U000 cotton gin.. mom. .. 9.-h4"; rainswere."bultmmEam com-,, v,
rto gi rved 9pelled to be distant. My vaccination is:*
~8 deliO*udalyor ro- m Jacksonville-$30o0 00machine works. Too much care cann e used with taing." -h lgo riu an IS,* OINA CE GOE
Georgia. small children during th hot weathrtakng.-Chicagor ne.
CCr Imst l Savannah---$30,000 brick works. of the summer months to guard HEROISM IN ANIMALS. hae e rt g tat o h
Meda-Canniug factory. against bowel troubles. As a rule it Herstro Point._aO
1 Folkston--PFurniture ftory. Is only necessary to give the child a m..t.4d bby a*Am That Defen "Mrs. Wibbleson is a woman of that the other man dont have, and at cut price
L Americus--Frtilizer factory. dose of castor oil to correct any dis- a loek of sheep. strong points, isn't she?'" I .. -
| Q0A|C IPar ,,. Iodian Territory. order of the bowels. Do not use any A writer on natural history con- "Well, rather. At the reception the Standard Granulated Sugar, 16 pounds for.. ..........
Lewis Bear Co. I Antlers- 0,000 vehicle and imple- substitute, but give the old-fashioned plains that men are prone to regard other evening she gave me a dig with 5 gallons Pure Georgia Cane Syrup....... ............ -
ment lacoriy. rastor oil, and see that it is fresh, a masculie courage n defense of others an elbow that left no doubt in my mind 10 gallon keg Georgia Cane Syrup .. .. .. .. .... ....
Tishomingo--$780,000 granite con- rancid oil nauseates and has a tens a virtue purely human Inrlty concerning her strength of at least one Florida Syrup, per gallon................ .. .......
.Umau.*t ,ItT Ie dency to gripe. If this does not check f^ ^ of her points."-Chicago Record-Her- o Best Patent Flour 98 pound bags ... .... .. . .
Sl tri. Kentucky. the bowels give Chambgrlain's Colic self sacrcing for the female sex or id. Pure ugar Cured Sweet Hams, per pound .. .. ...... .. ..
Pacah-$10u.000 hosiery mills. Cholera an Diarrhoea Remedy an for the young is part of theacheme of 12 cans Magnolia Milk.............. ..........
SS Sebree-$10,00 canning factory, then a dose of castor oil, and the di- nature, and every male thing % strong Truth Prevails. Tennessee Butter, 10 pounds .......... ..... ........
Somerset--Oil company, ease will be checked in its incipiency and splen(Ud in appearance because "i hope," she remarked as she toyed Creamery Butter, per pound .........................
Bowling Green--Oil wells, and all danger avoided. The castor he is the descendant of those who have with the new solitaire he had just Tomatoes, 2 pound Cans, per dozen.. .. ..... ........
Cardiz-Telephone system. oil apd this remedy should be procured proudly held and guarded "the privi- placed on her finger "this isn't a cheap One dozen ans orn.............................
_, Covington-Distillery. at once and kept ready for instant use lege of death." Another writer tells a Imitaton Te ar e... ""A hiroc" cash Opre.' Co e Fnap
Fulton-$15,000 woodworking plant. as soon as the first indication of any story which illustrates this point. Two "o"t-_,, a e a .n. k".. it'..te or. hone yu orde.
. ........ Louisiana. bowel trouble appears. This is the entomologists, hunting at night, clmx- o-st expensive d fl;."'. t Or P your er.
......r.......t.t.r.... N',w Orleans--0,000 laundry; $10,- most successful treatment known awl bered over a gate with their swinging oChicag"opn stationn I coG O. O W Y O OA
*WHW,^4aHM f(oo lumber company; $100,000 flouring may be relied upon wita implicit con- lanterns and found themselves in a "F'lU Uewa UW Q f TI& 9
i i i. .......mill.. fidence even in cases of cholera infan- feld filled with sheep. The result of 127, 12, 1S1, 133 East Govemm t Street,
i 1 .arksville--Water works; electric tu. or sa y a ugis. their coming was pnc and a furious --cor. Telephones-Produce Dept., 29. Grocery Dept., 223.
Joncsville-Cotton gin. Simaruba Bark is an old Creole rein- stampede. The sheep charged belte r "amma. remarked Dottle, it I get
S1 i Mississippi. edy for Diarrhoea and all bowel dis- shelter away from the lantern married when I grow up will I have a.- ----...... ..
Jackson---$6,000 construction com- orders, and is a good one. Calais" huddled together at the far end of the husband like papa?"
.. 9any. Simaruba Bowel Tonic does the work. field. But there was a ram among "I suppose so dear," said mamma D -
DI IUMIUP IIC'[D *ERi"'ian-$30,000 telephone com. Is not a strong astringent, contains them, and as the flock scurried away "Ant if I don't get married I'll be a' n T L . .L A .-__ H1'
RlU NIm NG A ER~ I pan., no opum or other poisons. Is palat- this creature stood firm. covering the maid, like Cousin Charlotte. won't LI T
S lazelhurst-$3,000 machine shop able and effective for children or retreat. Then, steadily and majestcal-. l l iIIUf fv l
Th ompsonvilic -$3.000 cotton gin" adults, rtace 25c. Sold at White's ly, the huge ram advanced with lower- us so il,.pt Wyi?"m nJ .V
Guilfport--425,000 ice and cold stor- Pharmacy. ed bead toward the mysterious lights "O guess you n w ish I wahy a
g pnan and pressed them back to the gate. ohnoleln'-I adern I w I wasa we lsue and you won>
Utica--Water works. This Is only one graphic story of many oy"-Cleveland ader.You c
S St Collins--dater works, that might be told of masculine cour- The ibop's Gaters. l 1 .iu ch npanies inot r
sou sol 1w alls moans. .r Ln Dage throughout nature. Man has some An ;mnuslng story is told of Dr GAre .ot
If tou have never had i t Lo stis-25--000 development com- O E HUNDRED PAI5 irt: which animals, so far as we ewa one walingin the stret 'l *doo the fnOhred. An op
If you should, by all m It.ans pny $10000 investment company; can Judge, know nothing about, but when two little boys were attracted by in' clear every
try it. If you have al- Carthage-Mining company. OF THE FAMOUS herolsm-the pride of aording protec- f black episcopal gaiters. "Wot's 'e?" In
ready tried i. of course, Joplin-Mining company; Minin ton to the fwea k and daring death forasked onet in surprise. "Oh, 'e-'e's a
you are still usingit. com $14,0 concentrating plant; n nnil ma in m rn w th
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