The Pensacola journal

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The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title:
Daily journal
Alternate title:
Pensacola news-journal
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
Mayes & Co.
Creation Date:
August 12, 1905
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ;


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


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

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Latest Telegraphic News Service==Foreign and DEnestic--Furnished

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by The Associated Press

T HE WEATHER: Showers Set-
uro~y and probably Sunday,
ligtbt to fresh south winds.


T HE JOURNAL'S Want Ad. page
is always read by nearly all
the people.



NO 194


Putting the Giant Through His Paces





Some Days et em
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reported by Federal Authorities
Up to Last Night.



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Ten Thosand Pemle Turn Out in
Rain to Meet Nation's



Public Square.





By Asociated Press
Chautauqua, N. Y., Aug. ll.-Presi- A PA1
dent Roosevelt arrived here on a spe-
cial car over the Chautauqua Trac- e
tion line. The presidential train ar-
rived at Lakewood at 2:05 a. m. over
the Erie railroad, and was placed up-
on a siding. The trip from East Wa-
verly, the last previous stop, was
without special incident. Some time
during the night after the arrival of!
the train at Lakewood, one of the
secret service officers was robbed of
his watch while asleep.
At 7 o'clock president Roosevelt
appeared on the platform of his car
for a breath of fresh air. The rain.
which had been falling for several
hours. was then coming down in tor-
rents and the hills about the lake
reverberated with almost continuous
'rolls of thunder. The Chautauqua
committee. composed of Bishop John WILL TH
H. Vincent. Dr. Georee T. Vincent, Ira'
Miller and .. C. Neville, waited upon'
President Roosevelt at 7:30 a. m TWenty l 0
After an exchange of greetings the Twenty Fir ;l
president was escorted to a private
car on the trolley line and the short
trip to the assembly grounds was be-
As early as 8 o'clock 10.000 people s iat Pre
ha assembled at the amphitheatre to By Asociated Pr es.
secure seats. The route over which New York, Aug. 1.-Twenty fire-
the president came to the grounds men were carried burned and uncon-
had not been made public and only a; scious from boiling soap, five of them
few hundred people greeted hftn when tvery badly parboiled, from a fire in
the car arrived at the road gate. The W. H. Daggetr Sons' soap factory, in
party at once etared carrinaes an.d West Twelfth street. Tanks contain-
werp escorted to Hitina's hall. where ing 70.000 gallons of soap fats explod-
a breakfast was riven bh the Chan-I ed after a fire in the three-story build-
tnnqua trustees. About 125 p-omlnent; ii.- had been brought under control.
Chairuiiqnians and republican leaders For five hours thereafter fiiremen
from Western New York were present, thought this ne\. danger crawling on
There was no scech-making. b1ut their stomachs. on sidewalks outside
Pr -silent Rsorvelt held an Infor- the building, unable to stand in a
mal recepVon and greeted many of poisonous cloud of smoke which ex-
the ruests well known to him. baled from the fiery soap greases, anti
After a halt hrir's ride abhot the continually expose to little rivers
-,rnOn.s. the president was taken to ,,f the scorching fluid which flowed
i" ass emhlv theatre. passing between
eight hundred children who lined the;
way which was strewn with flowers D I: MURDER
There he was greeted with great ap- I NI MU
clause. He was introduced br Rishon
Vincert and as he roe to speak the Of HIS WIIf
herss abd Chartauntna salute kept
h'm from speakint for several min-!
ties. The presi.'ent addressed the By Assoclated Press
pssemhbl- vnon the subject of national Ogden, Utah, August 11.-Percy J.1
foreign and national domestic policy. Luster, formerly manager of the Cum-
EXAMINAT'ON CF btvrland Telepiia,;e company of Gutn-
INSURANCE COMPANIES. tie, Ky.. who si:sappeared from that
place July 29. on which date his wife
By Associated Press. was found dead in her room with a
New York. Aug. 11.-Insurance llt ou e ain is un
Commissione- Folk. of Tennessee, an- bullet through her brain, is under ar-
nounco today that the interstate ex- :est here.
amination of life insurance companies When arrested, Luster bad a cocked
would commenMe October 1. The New revolver in his coat pocket, but was
York Life will be examined frst.
York Ufe will e examined taken by surprise and ovepowered bh-
fore he could use it. He admitted his
A .2"^ Identity to the police, but aside from

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By Associated Press.
Sulphur Springs, Texas, Aug. 11.-
Tom Williams, a mulatto negro, made
an attempt to assault a young white
girl, Mary Childs, in a pasture near
this town about 6 o'clock this morn-
ing. Three hours later re was a blaz-
ing mass in the public square at Sul-
phur Springs.
The whole proceedings were as or-

Brought into Court Yesterday and
Pleaded "Not Guilty" to
Charge of Murder.


Motions for Continuance and'
Change of Venire Both Denied.




The trial of W7n. letcber Wliame
for the premeditated murder of Johf
White on July 18, last, will beg
Monday morning at 10 oklocKt
This decision was made by Fate
Frances B. Carter yesterday after'
noon after a motion by the detemdant's
attorneys for a continuance and then
a motion for a change of ve ne had
each been denied.
Pipade "Not Guilty."
Williams was arratned btore
Judge Carter yesterday morning rb
the purpose of pleading to the indict-
rent charging him with the murder
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of his former employer., m-e maict-
derly as such proceedings ever are. ment was read to him by Circut Clerk
There was no excitement and the A. M. McMillan and then in reply to
"* lynching was participated in by sever- the question, "guilty or not guilty?"
0- Vt{ al hundred persons. rn !ess than four he answered "not guilty."
A7L hours after the attempted assault the IState's Attorney J. Walter Kehoe
kLLy Icitizens had quietly returned to busi- gave notice that the state was ready
C~ rIness and the incident was closed. to proceed with the trial. In reply to
The girl was on her way from the the question of Judge Carter as to
pasture with cows when she was ac- whether or not the defendant was
costed by the negro. She threatened ready for trial, the latter's attorneys.
18 BE ONE OF THE RESULTS OF THE WART i;m by telling him her sisters were Maxwell & Reeves and W. L. Zachary,
1:earby and then screamed. The no- stated that he was not reau-y for trial
Sgro ran but the alarm was soon given and they asked further time in which
Sand be was in the hands of a posse. to set forth the reasons why he did
0 e" "d- The girl identified him osIrtive. uot wish to be trod at -this I:;.:e
o iThe mob calrted him to the public They were given until our o'clock in
* square where he was saturated with the afternoon and it that time the
By ExploSion O BOli g G Crea e kerosene oil and the mob stood by as motions for a continuance and also
the flames gradually consumed his for a change of venue were made and
body. Oil was added when needed denied.
out of the building. Water seemed Powe, in another part or t~e building, snd the body was almost entirely in- Williams in Court.
tor the first three hours to have nol went to him. Barry was found lying cinerated. Williams was brought into the court
cther effect on the burning soap fats unconscious in the water, and wa The mob then dispersed and in half rom both at the morning and after-
than to cause them to flow more free-i carried to the hospital. an hour no sign remained of the grew. noon sessions, close guarded by
'y. with greater peril to the fire-fight-' Fireman O'Neal sustained the most some tragedy. Sheriff Van Pelt and a deputy.
ers. serious injuries. When the explosion The relatives of the victim were yesterday was the first time he hea
After the vats had taken fire Acting' of the first vat. containing 1000 gal- granted permission to scrape up what been out of the county jail since the
Chief Binns was forced to divide his' Ions of soap liquor, occurred, several remained of the body and this small ay of t shooting. He appeared to
men into two parties, one to enter the members of company 1I were so near amount was buried. be in his usual good health, though
lack smoke clouds with the hose and'the explosion that it knocked them he was somewhat pale and a light
the other to stand watrcng out in the (.own. They ran out of the building, MINT MPLOYISFFQ growth of dark beared fringed the
air to rush in and rescue fainting rot knowing that O'Neal, who was M I IVEL I O LL. lower part of his face.
comrades, whose cries for help came one of the party, was left behind. He The prisoner was brought into the
(very few minutes. was missed, and searches found him OUT OF A JOB court room handcuffed, though the
For an hour Fred Berry fought the lying on a stairway in a small case handcuffs were removed shortly after
fire from the cellar with scalding :f soap grease. Before the fire was he reached there.
grease trickling, over him. As he felt: under control six of the firemen had By Associated Press. The court room was packed with a
his strength giving out for the last been carried t) the hospitals. The Philadelphia, Aug. l.--Orders from curious throng of people and all eys
time he screamed for help, and Chief, loss is estimated at about $50,000. Washington have been received at the were focused upon Williams as he
mint to cease operations and dispense entered. To a casual observer, he ap
with the services of the 600 employes, peared cool and' collected, though a
OUITn AT A TIC BRITT AND N SON except those necessary to attend to little nervousness might at times have
the affairs of the institution when been noticed. As his eyes wandered
MTEl Ir L / AT CMFI GTf CliHT coinage has been stopped, over the people in the room, he occa.
TENNIS TOURNEY IVMATCHED TO IGHT The 1,000,000 pesos being coined sionally nodded to different ascuamb
for the Panama Government will be tances whom he recognized fn tho
finished in a few days, and there is no crowd and on several occasions he
Atlanta. Aug. 11.-The South Atlan- By Associated Press. more bullion to be coined. was seen smiling and apparently jee
tic tennis tourney has narrowed down' San Francisco, August 11.-James It was expected that the authorities ing with the sheriff or his deputy.
to a fight between Cowan Rodgers, of Edward Britt and "Battling" Nelson would consent to the coinage of the Mother and Wife in court.
knoxville, and Carlton Smith, of At- have signed articles to fight twenty-' 106.000.000 silver dollars which are
nta, for the championship in sin- rounds before the oma Athletic! stored at the mint into subsidiary At the afternoon sessio Wlli
gles, and between Elliot and Post, of club at Union Park, September 4, fori coins, but instead of being allowed to mother and his wife sat a short
New Orleans, and Rodger Brothers, a purse of $20,000, 40 per cent of the' go ahead on th:s work, Superintendent tance from him. Their eyes frequent,
ot Knoxville, for the honors in dou- gross receipts and a $10,000 side bet. landish has been instructed to close
bles. The tourney will be concluded .he winner is to take all. Bbth men. the institution. (Continued on Page Thre.)

ad&uit ay.


are to weigh 13t; pounds on the I
ing of the contest. Tile agree
arrived at after three hours of w
ling. Britt insisted upon a $2
--.r --eo r. p-,.- n--# L- toe -re-ei-

ylI| a urse or 6a p<- cent of the receipt
PR OROGUED l s option, but refused to concede
same choice to Nelson, who is
r-t- A I* In rh nni l thrv nn-relnapn If ha

nllinCSeC a aI K onl AmllCr I W saying that he did not kill his wife, re- london, Aug. 11.-rarliament pro- ~t '"" cv L ,r .,.. Dr
fused to talk. Irogued today after a checkered ses- As the club refused to guarantee
.sion, which wil long be remembered cash purse, Nelson's manager gu
Goods Rega ed as Serious or the unprecedented number of votes teed to make up any deficiency:
ROUGHI RIDERS ,of censure and motions for adjourn- tv een the grosa receipts and the
ment made to embarrass the govern- 0Tl0 urse.
By Amsoci4ted Pres. 'alculated. will affect prominent na-' SC MI A |g E nent. The referee will be chosen
S.r-' 11.-The boycott tive dealers. The campaign is being! SLL ISVI LICL vteeks before the contest.
a- spread far be- f:stere.l b. meet-ingb leaflets and a' WEALTHY WOMAN NOT -
a ai 'n of its early sup- unanimous native pressure. The of $ KILED AS REPORTED. T H III TON
.. anghi: dispatch to tcial publication of President Roose By Associated Press. I
1now regarded witi velt's message. insuring the Chinese Manila, Aug.ll.-The Rough Riders New York. Aug. 11.--nformation
: c ,hamber of com- travelers and students admission to rnow residing here, headed by Col. received from Sorrento. It.. to
-.. :n it a bad infla- America ard courteous treatment has Aiexander Brodie. ex-Governor of A:- the effect that staemen:p publishedl
'., :r uie generally. been witbou: efect. ::izona, and now attached to t:e mill- a few we.ks agt; concerning Mi.s. Wiego,.
:'o e aii'ators in- A significant feature of the move- tary secretary'Li department, and go- litam F. Cochran. a weaitiiy resident, San D iego. Ca!., A'rgust 11.-
S.. :: r. ot forward con- Antnt is its tack of suess at Tien ernor McCurry. of the island of Sa- of Yonkers, was erroneous in an- court of inquiry in the Benn
ia, : : ngo ,,:., which. it iTs 'sin and in the northern provinces. mar, called upon Miss Alice Roose- Pouncin. that ;he had been struck disaster has completed its inve
velt today and discussed the days they by li~hr.!g at, her saumer home. tion and the members will now
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:~rei ,-*; Airs ^ona Sa^^ ^'1 h^, I^ '15tcs Ltt1 IL4S.^

served under her distinguished father.
S* They presented her with a photo-
Sweeping Reduction in graph of Manla's police launch nam-
i ed "Buckeye O'Neall."

North Bound Freight Ratesz

By Associated Pres. I rates northbound, were announced to-
r. Aug 11.-Sweeping re- day by the Ililnois Centrai and J.oul;-
:... north bound freight -.lile & NashHlle rauronds. From
; -a um products so as to New Orleans to Chicago the rate is
ar;If nor h bound and south educed from 41 cents per hundred
:form. especially notewort~nv, pounds to 22 cents a bhunare; to St
.f rec-nt charges of a combi- Louis. from 35 east 18 ce4ts; to
S between railroaas sad the. Z'cinaati trog to tf% eats aad
'- Oil Co. for exacting higrl to lamsw e' toi 3 Me.

Friends -,' Mirs. Cocnran sa.
in- her usi:.l state of health,
met With ao such experience
port ed.

'Ie i~s
as re-

,rang-New York Authorities
pts at
e the Fear Typhoic
't -1

e the'
y be-

e nr,(- :

l. I aelrert. I ills will lie
s(ntel to Admiral Bradorick, and by4
!:m forwarded to W.ashington. where
presumbably, it will oe made public.

li~L 1if

d Epidemic

By Associated Pre.s. In proportion to the populatM
New York, Aug. 11.-Fear that this there have been more cases and more
city wil have a severe siege of ty-I deaths in Brooklyn that in any other
.hoid fever -wich mignt not be borough, which : is attributed large
(clecked until cold weather sets In, to the contamination of the water
caused the health department yester- supply in :ha. borough, although It
,ay to issue a statement as to the na- las been stated that upon examinA.
ture of the disease and rules for tion of the water no typhoid gera
c.-ecking its spread. hal been found
According to the medical officer of More than 100 cases of typhoid are
the department there were during the bc-ing rroated in hropital. in thesouth
year up to the beginning df the pre- crn sc: i:on of BDrook!yn. A house to
sent month 1.491) cases of typhoid andi house canvas for cases of typhob
'105 deaths in Greater New York. was begun yesterday in the ward.

Russian Reply to the Jap

Demands Will Be Made To-day

By Associated Press. i Ll-f f.-atnres of the reply w!ll
Portsmouth, Aug. I1.-T*:e Russian' *-' a-,ceni-al to accept all but t"
reply to the .Tapances- on.:;::tf n is' ie t. a a basis feor ft
cu- ':-'n. ';:'e Ii.'nt3 to be excepts*
p'-actically complete e a': : i .. ;; :..,n;.~l:. n:l the cession of tlh
translated by the Serut-rirvs i to; i:nd of" :3.AksihL. The Japanese <-
French and English. It wlil be hand- pre5s- ir aticn :-r the publication oftif
ed to Baron Komura at 9:30 tomorrow' ctrms and say they should be cosal-
morning, for which hou- the meeting ered in the naval stores building at
has been called officially. I the navy yard and not in the inewsW
The Associated Press learns that thel pers



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List of Electors Qualified to Vote

In City Bond Election August

Following is the list of electors who Laster, De
arc qualified to vote in the bond elec- Lee, Kelly
tion, Aug. 22. as prepared by Register lasiter, Je
Geo. S. Hallmark. If you are a quail- Lee, W. F.
ler elector and your name does not Lounsberr
;:)pear in this ilst. your claims to qual- Ledbetter,
ifi action must be presented to Register

Hallmark before Tuesday night, Aug.
Precinct No. 12.
Allen. Ed. P. Adams. Gabriel
Anbach, Chas. Alexander, Jas.
Axelson, Gustave Aselford, Joe
Andrews. J. N. Allen, Steve
JRmos, Ed. J. Andrews, Jaa. W.

Baker. Wade H. Bobe, C. P.
Bennett, H. J. Bibb, Spencer
Borras, Jno. L. Boyer, H. H.
Soulter. H. H. Bradley, F. C.
Betswor'h, S. M. Bogart, S. F.
Bowes. M. F. Barrios, Emanuel
rtsworth, W. W. Boley. J. L.
Bonifay. Eugene Bingham, F. F.
IkBnjamin. F. C. Borras, Jno.
Erown. Alex, Jr. Bullard. J. M.
Boghich. Mark L. Born, Chas. A.
Broiughnn, J. N. Beggs, E. D.
Butter, T. J. Eryers, B. F.
Eovich, D. F. Bell. Geo.
Butler. A. H. Baker. Chas. E.
Bennett. L. C. Bennett, S. D., Jr.
Burnett. Stephen Brown, Jim
Bishop. Moses Binkley, A. C.
llronaham, G. 0. Bell. Geo., Sr.
Uryant, G,-o Bingham, A. R.
Later, C. R. Bonaker, C. S.
Barrios, F. S. Burnett, J. H.
Barrios. F. J.

Cosgrove. Wm. Coons. J. W.
Care. W. H. Carpenter, Geo. W.
Clark, W. D. Collins, Oscar
Care, B. F. Callahan. J. E
Co:eman, R. E. Cox. A. S.
Coker. J. F. Christ, E. G.
Clibhs. A. V. Clark. B. L.
Chanalr., J. C. Ceruti. A. B.
Cincotta. G. Cottrell, Chas. T.
Cazepa, H.

Davidson, W. H. Darham, J. S.
T'ihbuisson. L. A. Davis. A. L.
D'Alemberte. A. H. Ionaldso. S. C.
Danirls. R. E. L. Duglas, T. H.
DhLustro, Aniello Davis. H. P.
D)ouc:as. I). D. Davidson, Geo.
)eSilva. Jno. Dennis, Sandy
Dewberry, W. C.

Ellis. A. C. Everett. W. S.
Erickson, Thos. East, Anderson
Evans, Martin

Fre.lricksen, J. H. Fauria, V. J.
Fr:-drickson. Chas. Fleetwool. T. H.

Foster, Perry
Paggonla, F.
Ferby, Israel

Gillis. J. McTL.
Goodman. J. P.
Cngles. C. H.
Green, Jas.
Green. S.
Gahlenbeck, W. A.
Green, Jno.

Hoyt, J. H.
Hawkins. Walter
Hilliard, R. H.
IHugins. T. J.
liurd. M.
Harvey. Thos. E.
Holst. Victor
Hurd. Chas.
Hecrald'. Thos.
Huggins, Chas.
Harvey, Wade
-Holy, Jas. N.
Hanrt. Martin
Heine. R. B.
Harris. T. W.
Hiliiard, W. B.

vfey, S. R

Johnson, Jno. A.
Johnson, P. A.
Johnson, Eli
James, Daniel
Jones, S. J.
Jensen. L J.
Johnson, C. R.
Jordan, Eugene

Keys, Jeff
King. J. H.
Klensmeire, D.
Krone. Herman

Franklin, H. EL
Freeman, Thos.
Flowers, H. C.

Griffin. J. J.
Gibbs, H. W.
Giles, Willie
Goldstucker, Wm.
Geralds, J. T.
Goodwin. T. A.
Golson, J.

Hoffman. Geo.
Hllllard, W. B.
Haeerman, C. W.
Halford. Geo.
Hendrix, R. E.
Hilliard, J. G.
Hays, D. J.
Hansen, Jas.
Hahn. W. L.
Hyer, J. W.
Henderson. M. B.
Hoffman, Wm.
Hooks, W. H.
Hall, Chas.
Hall, J. L.
Hoer, Peter

Johnson. Geo. W.
Jernigan, J. J.
Johnson, Joseph
Jones, C. M.
Jacobson, O.
James. Toney
Jadrievic, J.
Johnson, A. S.

Kihl. C. A.
Kruger. Chas.
Klumker. Jno.
Kohler, J. W.

Mertins. C
Miller, E.
Minor, 8.
Moaley, W
Moore, W.
Murphy. G
Mertins, F
Maxwell, J
Metcalf. W
Marble, Ge
Murphy. P
Marzoni, L
Moates, W
Morgan, G
Moore, Ale
Mayson, L
Maura, Au


Nicolau, Jo
Norman, V
Norman, C
Nicolau, G

Oerting, N
Cierting, C.
Oerting, C

Page, F. B
Pace, W. J
Pons, M. C
Phbillips, J.
Pons, Jno.
Poweli, J.
Powell, W.
Pulliam. J.
Piere, H.
Porter. J. I
Pollock, W

Qutgles, T.
Quigles, J.

Reese. E. I

Schreyer. I
Schad, C. I
Stewart, C
Strldion. C
Shepard, V
Stewart. R
Smith. H. A
Epears, Isa
Spear, Wm

Twiggs. Al
Tippin, W.
Taylor, .
Touart, Fra
Turner, R.
Tharp, W.
Tharp, W.

Vetter, C. I
Van Pelt,

Wilson, C.
Watson, J.
Williams. I
We'les, T.
Wa-i~, Mar
W.ttich, W
Wales. C. A
Wyer. Ed.
Watson, J.
Williams, N
Williams, J

Young, J. C

Zeek, C. F.
Zerr, F.

Avant, J. A
Avery, R. I
Avery. A. I
Apostle. C.
Alken. Isaa
Adams, Ge

Bell. Wm. .
Disinfect Your Premises. Pcall. J. El
To Insure a healthful home and pre- Brooks, L.
vent sickness, purify the cellar, clos- Boghich, F.
ots, sinks, drains, dusty or damp cor- Butler, Wr
mers and cracks-nooks behind plumb- Brown. A.
tlg. and every spot where disease Braswell, A
germs may develop, with Pla.t's Chlo- Brent, R. J
rides. It is an odorless, colorless Brown. Ch
liquid disinfectant, which destroys Blount, W.
foul odors and disease-breeding mat- Bell. Frank
ter. When diluted with ten parts of Brown, A.
water for household' use, it costs lessi

than 5 cents a quart. Sold every.
where in quart bottles. Prepared only
by Henry B. Platt, N. Y. 12aulw

Walter S. Hooton,

General Dealer in

BIo.lAs M pA CsmA--'

Coleman, P
Clutter, B.
Cook. N. B.
Clutter, J.
Crona, Jose
Clark. Jas.
Clark..M E
Campbell, I

Daily, W. G

aid FDanhelses.
amd [ftIgaDiamondl

NaIs Lewis, Geo. E.
Levey, Chas. J.
Irry Iangford, A. R.
Lusk, J. W.
y, V. Leggett, A. J.

has. Morrison, A. D.
J. Moyer, W. L.
Maloney, Hugh
Miller, C. H.
R. Meeker, Thos. B.
;eo. A. Morrison, D, B.
. R. Merriwether, W. R.
. Muller, J. B.
. H. Maxon, W. &.
9o. Mathews, Robt.
eter Maura, Oscar A.
le, Zack Mellen, F. S.
D. Morey, ELB.
. N. Metts, R. F.
eo. T. Meeker, Geo. W.
Rx Morgan, W. I., Jr.
emuel Moyer, A. MoD.

J. K. McWilliams, Henry
E W. McLellan P.
Thos. McNiel, S. W.
G. B.

oe S. Neglla, V.
V. C. Nobles, L. E.
. S. Nelson, J.
Nolan, Henry

. McK. Olsen, Wm.
. McK. Oberg, Peter V.
. Julius

Parson, Geo. A.
Palmer. Robt.
Pons, H. S.
G. Perry, Chas.
Powell. K.
B. Pepper. Barton
T. Pons, R. H.
D. Pryor, Geo. W.
D. Pebley, J. C.
H. Pebley, Thos.
;. A. J. Peterson, Herman
M. W. Pens, T. A.

D. Quarrier, Francis

L. Richards, W. W.
Jno. Rosier, D. W.
M. F. Rushing, Sam
Rix M. Roberts, J. Ben

F. J. Solomon, B.
F. Schambeau, L. P.
, R. Stears, J. T.
. F. Stallworth, Jas.
I. Spencer. W. C.
Scott, Jno.
V. C. Schnenstine, Theo
obt. Shepard, J. E.
A. Stewart, Jas.
d, C. E. Smith, C. V.
W. O. H. Saurez, F. C.
lah Sheppard, W. C.

drew Taylor. Thos.
A. Turner, R. H., Jr.
Tracy, W. T.
ank Thompson, C. V.
H. Thomas, A. C.
P. H. Thompson, Jas.
L., Jr. Tiller, J. B.
G. W. Tippin, W. A.

B. Vincent, F. W.
J. C.

E Williams, J. M.
an F. E. Watson, F. D.
Ed. Williams. F. M.
B. S. Whorley. Allen
Thcs. F. Williams, Stephen
E. Walker, Geo. .
n. Geo. Willock. Jno.
k T. Wilson. J. A.
. L. White. D. B.
A. Williams, W-n.
Wilson, D. Hale
W. N. Williams, L. H.
L. White. J. E.
Moses Walker, Wim.
, T. T. Wilson, Clyde E.
Jose Watkins, A. J.

;. Yancy, Wm.

Zung, N.

Precinct No. 13.
Alken, I. H.
Ml. Anderson, W. E.
M. Arbona, Jos.
Ainsworth. G. W.
ic M. Aroona, Eugene
o. W. Ahrens, Chas.

A. Buyer, C. D.
gbert Brent, D. G.
E. Brent, F. L.
. A. Berg, J. A.
r. Bell, Sidney
R. Bird, Jno. A.
k. J. Bell. Peter
Burrow, J. M.
as. C. Benson, Ben
A. Brosnaham, H. A.
J. Bluner, H. J.

trick Christie, Jno.

E. Cushman, H. C.
Crona, T. F.
M. Carlson, L.
eph Caro, Jno. H.
C. Cope, J. T.
E. Chaffin, J. A.
Monroe Cain, Jas.

1. Davis, B. A.
G. A. D'Alembertes W. A.
*r. M. B. Dannheisser, M.
J. E Daniels, J. S.
M. A. Daily, J. M.
W. L Davts, Alfred

CYCLES REPAIRED. Kadman. Richard Dverett, W. A.
CYCLES FOR RENT. Ethridge, W. T. Elliott, E. J.

Iron Safes, Cash Reisters, Type Fairchild, a W. Ferguson, Louis
writers. Guns. Pistols. Locks and Urn. Furguson, L L. Fisher, A. A.
brella* repaired. Ferguson. A. D.
Lawn Mowers, Scissors. Knives,
ets.. sharpened. Garfeld, W. 8. green, J. C.
Most complete line key tin the Greenblatt, B. Gonzales, J. M.
Try Hootoa's Messenger Servies Harrison, Hayman Hannah, W. J.
when a a hurry to se:n message. Harris, David heanah, T. V.
Hall. Alex Hanah, P. IL
St EAST INTENDENCIA ST. BIOaemo W. F. Hutchbla. W. H.
PHONE 113&. Hall, T. H. Holley, John

Howard. Thos. Horsier, Henry
Hallmark, G. C. Holfman, F. L.
Harrison, Albert Hellbron, I.
Heinberg, Max J. Harvey, J. M.
Hudson, Lafayette

Jones, Frederick Jones, Theo
Johnson, Arthur Johnson, Armsteaed
Jones, Reuben Jeanins, J. O.
Jones, J. C. Johnson, M. C...
Jones, A. A. Jenkins, Marzet
Johnson, Geo. Johnson, Lawrence

Kirkpatrick, J. A. Kahn, Sidney
Kent, Thos. Koble, K.

Lipps, Jake
Logan, Jas. A.
Levy, David

Mallory, S. R.
Mayes, Prank L.
Moore, Morgan
.Moloney, Jerry
Malachi, Geo.
Maitland, Ed.

McLellan, H. H.
McMillan, A. M.
McVoy. C. L.
McReynolds, O.

Norman, W. J.

Pohlman, T.
Pitman, Henry
Peake, Ed.
Ffelffer, C. W.
Pfeiffer, Jno. M.

Quina, E. 1.
Quina, Jas. F. L

Robinson, W. K.
Roth, J.
Register, J. H.
Rivers, Fair
Ryan, J. A.
Roachblave, Ben
Roberts, J. M.

Selix, M.
Sewell, E G.
Sims, W. S.
Smith, J. M.
Shuttleworth, D.
Sweeney, J. L.
Shilds, I. A.
Sunday, .Sem
Sublette, R. W.
Sunday, Jno.
Sheffield, Henry

Lind, Jno. T.
Loftin, Scott M.
Lindenstruth, P.

Mallory, A. F.
Mackey, Wm. C.
Mathison, T.
Mitchell, Thos. S.
Malone, Chas.
Moses, S. S.

McGill, G. B.
McHugh, Pat
McMillan, A.
E. iMcConaugmy, J. T.

Neilson, A. N.

Pryor, 0. M.
Pfeiffer, E. T.
Peiffer, C. J.
Pfeiffer, Geo., Sr.

Quina, M. A.

Reilly, D. W.
Roch, M. L.
Rand, Joseph
Radcliff, F. B.
Reilly, Frank
Rosasco, W. S.

Senior, Ed., Sr.
Solomon, B. M.
Sweeny, C. M.
Sunday, Ed.
D. Stewart, Chas.
Smith, O. H.
Stevens, J. I.
Sullivan, J. J.
Bealy, B. W.
Steines, Peter
Smith, Jas. M.

Tuttle, Thos. Taylor, W. E.
Turton, Geo.W., Sr. Trainer, W. H.
Thompson, Lawrence
Troback, B. J.

Vical, Vincent J.

White. J. Geo.
Wood, Jno. G.
Wolfe, E. E.
Wilson, E. M.
Welch, T. J.
Williams, Willie
Wynn, .S.idney

Yonge, P. K.

Wolfe, J. Emmet
Willis, C. W.
VWhite, Otto E.
Wolfe, W. W.
Wright, Jas.
Watson, W. W.
Watts, W. A.

Yniestra, A. P.

Precinct No. 14.

Apostle, Nick
Avery. J. C., Sr.
Anderson, Walker

Brown, Joe
Biebighouser, J.
Baars. H.
Berry, W. J.
Brawner, F. E.
Bell. C. J.
Bear, Max L.
Burnett, W. J.
Bryan, R. L.
Bullard, J. W.
Bledsoe, G. G.
Brent, T. W.
Brown, L. S.

Coleman. Joseph
Cravey. J. Z.
Crary. W. F.
Cahu. Sol
Caldwell, R. C.
Covington. H. L.
Carv, R. M.. Jr.
Callegero, Nic
Chandler, J. N.

Armstrong. H. C.
Avery, J. C., Jr.

Borelli. Jno. S.
Bell. W. L.
Brown, Geo.
Bear. Morris,
Bellinger, Henry
Baars, J. E.
Bear, David
Bruce. E. F.
Bntce, F. B.
Beers. Ben D.
Butler, N. P.
Blocker, Louis DeM
Bass, O. L.

Connors, W. H.
Carenas. C. A.
Cae, J. M.
Chipley, Buckner
Creig, W. E.
Covington, C. M.
Campbell. Patillo
Carlos, Eugenia
Coston, C. M.

Dunham, J. C. Davis. Jno.
DeSilva. H. G. Dunwody, J. F.
Dunwody B. Dorr, C. H.
Dannheisscr, David Delano, Peter
Dishman, C. H. Davis. E. T.
D'Aler.berte, C. W. Davia, L. M.

Dunn, Frank M.

Evans, C. A.
Edmundson, R. L.

Faulk, W. M.
Forchelmer, G.
Forcheimer, N. G.
Ferris, W. B.
Freeman, E. H.
Falk. Willie

Godfrey, Tom
Geri, Nicola
Green, L. Hilton
Gagnet, Edward
Gerson, B.

Herron, J. S.

Edmundson, B. P.

Flynn, J. M.
Friedman, L.
Fullerton, Robt.
FrieGman. I.
Fatty, Geo.
Forces, H. 8.

Gonzalez, G. W.
Gardina, G.
Gagnet, E. B.
Geeker, James

Heard, Joseph G.

Hagerman, F. B.
Hyer, W. K.. Sr.
Hooton, J. J.

Hirschman, L. B.
Hall, Wilmer S.
Hilas, Jno.

Ingraham, Walker Israel, Sam

Jones, Boykin Johnson, Jos. I.
James, Joe. H. Jacoby, Lax
Johnson, W. R. Johnson, J. A.
Jacoby, M. Johnson, Jno. H.
Jennings, T. A.

Kruger, Jacob Kugleman, Dave
Kleine, Fred Kessler, W. D'C.
Kennedy, S. R. M.

LaFar, T. A. LeBarron, Len
Lischkoff, A. Langford, C. B.
Lschkoff, Moses Levy, Joseph
Langford, R. H. Lawrence, Ed. W.

Muller, H. Mayer, Isaac
Mayer, Dive Maloy, Jno. W.
Maxwell, E. C. Muller, G. H.
Marsh, F. W. Monroe, W. A.
Moog, A. Mead, F. R.
Merritt, J. A.

McGaughy, J. S. McVoy. L. B.
McHugh, Jas. McHugh, Jas., Jr.

Nordstrom, E. D. Nixson, J. B.
Neri, G.

O'Brien, Jas.

Pfeiffer, R. H. *,Feiffer, Jno.
Prather, Aaron Pierpont, J. H.
Pfeiffer, G. C. Pfeiffer, H.
Pfeiffer, Rudolph Pasco,' Samuel, Jr.

Qu4na, Ed. Gale
Robinson, G. H. Ruby, Volly
Riera, Albert Reishaw, F. G.
Reed, D. B. Riera, Albert, Jr.
Raucher, Henry Riera, Frank, Jr.
Reese, J. S. Rendall, J. D.
Rosier, J. K. Reeves, L. J.
Riera, Anthony Reese, E E.

Schwitz, H. J., Sr. Stone, P.
Smith, Wm. Saltmarsh, E. O.
Shine, C. L. Simpson, H. L.
Sullivan, M. H. Stone, Jordan
Stearns, Jas. Saunders. J. R.
Stillman, A. M. Stagno, D.
Stagno, Peter

Turner, G. H. Thoison, Thos. B.
Thiesen, C. Tobin, Dave
Thaylor, J. F. Thigpen, F. M.

Von Havasy, Geo. A.

White, H. S. Watson, J. C.
Wilson, C. M. Willis, Louis
White, J. Geo., Jr. Warren, A. F.
Ward, Jno. G. Wright, A. D.
Wolfe, Herman Wright, Geo. W.

Williams, W. L.

Zelius, Alex

Precinct No. 15.

Appleburg, Isaac
Adams, Jno.
Anderson. A. J.
Alien. Squire
Atbc.t, M. S. G
Alfman, H.
Antone, Sebasion

Bishop, R.
Bradley, Sam., Jr
Bell, C. P.
Be:-gln, Dan P.
Bonifay, F. C'
Braswell. Levy
ia conlb, Stewart
Badgett, Edlwin
Bell, Mos.e:
Bradley, Chas.
Isisazzi, lont
B ritson, Tho,. T.
I;rown, H. L.
Bliss, Chas. H.
Pagett, Edward
Parthelcmy. V.
bell, Gregory
Bear, Jak
I'aker, Robert
Eirrne;, Jas.
Brow~Rhan. t. R.
Benson, J. F.

Cunningham. D. J
SCrockett, E.
Cusachs, Thos. F.
(ottrell, Julius
Clark, Edward
Catholic. Pliil:p (
Clark, Jas. T.
Christie, Wm.
Clutter, Ge.:. W.
Crook, J. T.
Caldwell, Wm.
Cohn, Adolph M.
Crestnut, J. C.

Daw, J. A.
Divine, P. D.
DeVaughn, A. M.
Davis, C. II.
Dupont, Whitfleld
Danlels, Robt.

Egart, Julius
Eltzen, Gus
Edwards, Evigan
Edwards, C. Paul

Fatty, Geo.
Parley, J. A.
Favorite, R. F.
Fair, Miles
Ford, J. H.
Fredrlckson. Fred.
Frank, M. B.
Ford, J. E. W.
Fox, Edmund.

Gleen. S.
Goodman, C. C.
Gonzales, M. L.
Ccnzalez, B. J.
Gonzalez, 0. A.
Gonzalez, S. Z., Sr
Grice, Thos. S.
Godwin, W. T.
G-uttman, Jno. B.
Green, Jno.
Goldring, N.
Goldsmith, S. S.

Harris, C. A.
Hamilton, R. H.
Harris, Wash
Hyer, R. A.
Hyer, Knowles

Adams. Jacob
Abercromble, J. E
Abdelcatra. B.
Anderson. '-arren E
Ander-son. Jens
Angelo, Nk
Anson, H. 0.

Burns, Jno.
'Blount, Richard H
Bon'l, Frank
Boyle, Jno. W.
Bobe, A. T.
Bushnell, R. M.
Butler, W. B.
Bruno, Frank
Brown, Jas. Sr.
Bell. Ii. Lee
Brown. Joe
Beil, J. Lomax
Barr:, Wm.
Burtn, Ch:as. H.
B:rown, Henry, Jr.
Butler, R. P.
Burgoyne. C. R.
Browo, J. H.
Borras. V. A.
Bushnell, I. G.
Baker, W. II.
P .- It T_ 1 1 *


Hernandez, Rudolph Hays, Wm.
Horten, W. H. Hannah, Philip,
Holliefleld, W. H. Hyer, Henry
Hubbard, Jos., Jr. Hansen, H. T.
Herschkortzs, J. Hallmark, Geo. I
Hall, J. A. Howe, W. C.
Hilon, Nehemi Howe, F. O.
Hardy, C. J. Hoffman, C. M.


Jones, Edward Jones, Jno. B.
Johnson, Thos. H. Johnson, C. W.
Jackson, S. D. Johnson, L. J.
Johnson, Gus Jones, Philip
Jacobson, 8. Johnson, S. A.
Johnson, Wm. M. Jones, Ed, St.
Jones, W. C. Johnson, Carl T.
Johnson, A. K.

Knowles, Wm. H. Keller, J. R.
Keyser, W. S. Kelly, Jas.
Kershoffer, Eugene Kelly, Robt.
Knowies, A. N. Kelly, E. H.
Knight, Wm. H. Knox, Chas.
Kahn, H. J. Kennedy, Geo.
King, Henry Klein, Max

Langley, J. M.
L;cati, Joe, Sr.
Lyler, J. A.
Lyman, Moses
Landsberg, J. B.
Lurton, J. W.
Landrum, J. R.

Moloney, John
Muldon, J. M.
Morris, Richard
Mabir, Wm.
Moore, Moses
Manley, S. A.
'-archette, G. M.
Moreno, Scarritt
Mongay, John
Mills E. B.

Lee, Jeff
Lanier, Anderson
Lansberg, Jno.
Lavalett, Fred.
Levy, F. P.
Long, J. L.

MUle-, Chas.
Marshall, H. M.
Jr. Mitchell, C. Ray
Moore, Geo.
Massey, Jno.
Menefee, Silas
Mo'ta. Emile
Moreno, Mansfield
Moloney, P.
Mayne, George.

McCloskey, Mathew McMillan, Thos.
McKinney, Wm. McCloskey, Jno.
McNair, J. T. McCarvey, Jno.
McGourin, T. F. McDann, P. J.

Norris, Frank
Nee, Thos. F'.

O'Leary, Thos.
O'Brien, J. E.
O'Leary, Jas
O'Neal, Jas.

Fate, F.
Pitt, B. R.
Peak, Phillip, Jr.
Payne A. H.
Pitt, Walter
Price, Jno.
Pnney, S. S.
Peterson, E. W.
Petterson, Frank
Petterson, Geo. A.

Nyguard, J. T.
Northup, W. H.

O'Leary, Mike
Olsen, Peter
Olsen, William

Pierson, S. M.
Putnam, E. H.
Pinney, S. C.
Plummer, W. E.
Pierce, Jno.
Preer, Andrew.
Pinney, Jno. L.
Pone, Jos.
Purcell, I. L.
Pons, Willie.

Quigley, Laughlin Quigley, E. J.

Ross, Alex Reache, I. G.
Rowland, W. E Rayne, Joe
Poche, H. M. Rolfs, G.
Rcymundo, FrankA. Rameres, Jno.
Reinhardt, J. F. W.Roberts, Wmn. N.

Riedel, Earnest
Rosenaw, Alex
Rhodes, J. F.
; Robinson, Russel
Hodriques, M.
Royster, P..

Eaurez. L. E.
Sanrez, T. F.
Solair, Angelo
Stearns, Thos.
Sills, Berry
Foderlind, G. A.
Slmo, Winm.
Suarez A. A.
Sange. Jno.
Stillman, J. E.
Simon, W. 0.
Sellers, Cubit
Sheppard, W. B.
Simon, Richmond.

Tucker, J. E.
Toicy, Jeff
I ownFend, Peter

Van Eaton, G. W.
Van Metre, E. (G.
Vaushn, Nelson.

Runyan, W. B.
Robinson, Robin
Royster, Dan C.
Roach, Richard
Riera, Jos. V.

Smith, Richard
Sheppard, Jno.
Simpson, E. H.
Saunders, E. E.
Speigner, L.
Spann, J. T.
Soderlind, C. J.
Saures, T. F.
Simps-on, R. B.
Semnmes, 0. J.
Sunday, Jno.
bmnih, R. M.
Solomcn, Jacob

Thornton, H. H.
Thompson, Jno. S.
Taylor, J. E.

Van Pelt, J. A.
Van Metre, C. E.



Georgia, Florida and Alabama Railway r.

Carrahelle, Tallahassee and Georgia Railread 9.
Schedule Taking Effect May 6. 1905.


No. 1

Lv Atlanta (C. of Ga. Ry)....12:20amin
Lv Macon (C. ofGa. Ry.) 3:45a.m
Lv Cuthbert. .. .. ..-....7 :50a.m
Lv Arlington.. .......... 9:l0a.m
Lv Bainbridge.. .. ....11:00a.m
Ar Tallanassee.. .. .......12 55p.m
Lv Tallahassee iS. A. L. Ry) 1:33pm
Ar Jack'ville. (S. A. L. Ry.) 7:40p.m
Lv Tallahasee.. ........ 2:00p.m
Lv SocnopPY.. ......... p..
Lv Lanark.... ... .. .. 3:45p.m
Lv Carrabelle.. .. .. ..... 4:OOp.m
Ar Apalachicola.. .. .. .... 7: Up.m


No. 3

No. 5


6:3 5p.m 6:20a.m
8:40p.m 8:05A.m
4: Oa.m
10: 50a.m
8: Oa.m 8.15a.m
10: 008a.m 9:29am I
10:43a.m 19:05arma
10:lSa.m 1', .-



No. 2 No. 38 No. 6 No. 4
Lv Apalachicola ......... 6:30a.m ........ ........ ...
Lv Carrabelle......... 2:00p.m 6:00p.m 4 ; :
Lv Lanark.. ..........11:4a.m 2:2)p.m 6:4p.m 4
Lv SopchopPY.. .. ...12:16pm 3:14p.m 7;21p.m L.
Ar Tallahassee.......... :30p.Pm 5:00p.m 8:35p.m .
Lv Jack'ville,(S. A. .. Ry.).. 9:05a.m 4:p.m ........ ........
A, Tallanhase:,(S.A.L.RLY.).. 3:10p.:n 0:00p.m ........ ........
Lv Tallahasse.. .. ...... 6:35a.m 8:45p.m
Lv Bainbridge..... .... 5:.25p.m 8:27a.m Ar10:25p.m --
Ar Arlington............ 7:25p.m 10 ti6a.m ........
Lv Cuthbert.(C. of Ga.Ry.) .. 8:43p.r.t ........ Aril .
Lv Macen. (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 4:la.m 4:33p.m ........
Ar Atlanta, (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 7:33a.m 7:5).p.m ........
NOTICE::-Trains Nos. 5 and 6 will depart from, and arrive at. foot
of Shotwell Street, Brainbridge.
Tickets for Train 5, leaving Bainbrldge Sundays at 6:20 a. m. will be
vn sale at the office of the Callahan Grocery Company.
*Train No. 6 will stop 35 minutes at Lanark for breakfast.

en:.-on, W. u. Walter, Jno. G. Wilkins, Jas. W. M. LEGG, R. C. SNIPES, E. O. ALSTON,
Whiting. J. T. Wes;. Jno. General Manager. Trav. Pass. Agt. Gen'l Pass Agt.
.Cre'Cg. shop White. I. C. Wright, W. B. Tallahassee, Fla.
Chin-ip, Thos. WiVeson, G. O. Ward, C. F.
Commyn.s, F. E. Whitlng, .. C. Whiting, F. M.
Caro, T. S. IWalker, Coleman Water., Raymond date of granting letters patent to it. W. H. BARBER
Castro, Joe. Wilkin., J. D. Williams. J. Ed 5. The business shall be conducted J. R. SAL N7DERA
;hristol::erson. J. C. Wright, V. H. Welch, Jno. G. by a board of seven or less directors.' H. L COVINGT~N.
Caflro, G. B. ,Whiting, H. Ii. Welland, N. as provided by the by-laws; a presi- J. G. PACE.
Car,). P. G. Weeks,. Sylvester Williams. H. G. dent. one or mere vice-presidents, as C. M. COVINGTON'.
Charles, Sam Weeks, B. S. Walker, Cary provided by the by-laws, and a secre-
Cliffr,., S. I. Weller, A. D. Watson. Geo. tary-treasurer. The director. shall be' State of Florida. County of E, a.'*s
Cra .ey, Hines Willams, M. Waters, J. D. elected annually at the meeting of Before the subscriber, a no-'.r ;
Ccok., Andrew C. Walker, Jas.. Wentworth, Geo. P., the stockholders to be held on the. lie in and for said State an-; '.':r
Chestnut, J. A. second Wednesday in October, and personally appeared. J. R. Sa;: :
Yates, W. J. Yates. Wm. the officers shall be elected by the; H. L. Covington, J. G. Pace an i
Dunham, W. A. Zirkelbach, Fritz Zirke!birk, Jno. board of directors at a meeting to be Covlngton, known to me to :
'rarsy, Jas. held on the same day. Until the first Individuals described by said r".
Dunham, E. J. election, W. C. Vereen shall be presi- and acknowledged that they e X -4
Duval, B. C. LEAL ADVERTISEMENTS, dent, J. R. SaunderJ, first vice-presi- the foregoing Instrument for *. :
Dunn, F. M. I dent, J. H. Smithwick, second vice- and purposes therein set forth
SNotice is hereby-given that the ap- president, and M. E Wilson. secre- Given under my hand and '
pil!cation for these letters patent willli tary-treasurer; and W. C. Vereen, J. cial, this day of July. A I '
Eichwald, Raymond be made to the Governor of the State R. Saunners, J. H. iSmithwick, H. L. JOHN J. (;TI:, N
Edrehi. David, of Florlia, at Tallahassee, on Tues- Covington, J. G. Pace, W. H. Barber Notary P"i
Egar, Freeman day, September 12. 1905: and C. M. Covington, shall constitute! Commission expires Feby "
Eligah, Sr. Zeb The undersigned subscribers do the board of directors. I
hereby make application for letters; 6. The highest amount of Indebted- State of Georgia, County of (' Cd:
Forbes, B. patent, incorporating us and our asso- ness to which the corporation can at Before the subscriber, a norar
Fell, A. G. plates into a corporation in accord- !any time subject itself shall be five !lc in and' for said State and ,
Friedman. S. A. ance with the laws of Florida, under hundred thousand dollars ($500,- personally appeared W. C. Ver,.,n "1
Florez, Joseph the following charter: 000.00). i W. H. Barber, known to me to 5
Forum, E. 1. The name of the corporation 7. The names, residences and inolviduals described by said ra3.
'Furlong, Jas. shall be Yellow Pine Land Company, amounts subscribed for by each sub- ,and acknowledged that they ;'. i
Fell, J. J. and its place of business, Pensacola, scriber, are as follows: Ihe foregoing Instrument for rth, :-
Forbes, W. J. Florida. W. C. Vereen, Moultrle, Ga., and purposes therein set forth
2. The general nature of the busi- 1200 Shares ............$120,000.00 Given under my hand and .-a: -
ness to be transacted shall be the J. H. Smithwick, Moultrle, ,cial this 31st day of July. A. D) '
Gonzalez, Lam buying and selling of land, the manu- Ga., 50 Shares..,........ 5,000.00' W. S. STOKE;.
Gonzalez, C. H. fracturing of naval stores, lumber and W. H. Barber, Mooitrie, Ga., Notary I'P.
Gonzalez, S. J. other wood products, the buying and 500 Shares.............. 50,000.00 Commission expires March 1.
Greenhut. A. selling of merchandise, and' the doing J. R. Sausders, ,Pensacola,
Gibbs. Tohey of all things incidental to said busl- Fla., 200 B tres.......... 20,000.00 State of Georgia. County of C,:;:
Gamlin, Deipsey ness, sad the acquisition, holding, use H L. Cotlagton, Pensaola, Before the subscriber, Clerk
Greenwood, J. S. and disposition of all property, real la., 250 bares ........ 25,000.00 Superior Court in and for said .'
Guinot, L. D. and personal, which may be necessary J. G. Pae, Penseola, Fla., and County, personally appeared I :
Greenhut, H. J. or convenient for the carrying out of 60 oBaW ....... ,..<. 5,000.00 Smitbwlek. known to me to be h;
Grant, W. S. said purposes. C., BI. -tOwli PesM t, dividual described by that name. an
Gomeren, Ed 8. The amount of the capital toe9 Pla.,: Mrts...... .I6.W000. acknowledged that he execurel
Goss, J. D. shall be two hundred and flty tho@- Screg ng instrumait for the use -
saHartd dollar (60,,0.00), divided to otWt & 250I.. t.. 000J.6 purotes therein set Ilrtb.
Hart, Ed shares of o bond-d .b'-ooll*a, !lw .aM riWlbqr t& bftefbim menA- GW. arader ny.ibwa and s'a!: ',m-
Hyet, W. K., Sr. ($100.0) eih, d a Sal brayable in tIuSned baSu hr nt eial th2n day dAugst, A. D 15
Hayne, ,refe r oah tpoa-the call of the dlretor,. slgae4 .~ R C. LAEK.
Hartman, Cha. 4. The aid croroation shan exist CllEM tieraf tIt, Uor
Holliehan, Moris ir al.ty-nine () years from the H.ILa, COMau express J. st, 197

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Journal's WEEKLY EDITION is now read by
practically every reader in the county outside
of the city who does not take the daily.
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the country people but an advertisement in
both the DAILY and the WEEKLY will reach
all of them-both city and country.
tion of the local and telegraphic news which
has been published in the daily during the
week, and it reaches every subscriber in time
for him to read on Sunday.
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consignment just received
jiand must be sold at once
L E M ANto get them ont of the

STexas Statesman Criticises Un- The C of Aragon Was Survey- CHICKEN GUMBO AND SPEGHETI Man Who WasDecorated by Queen
__ irsity Prsident for Attitude ed and Contract Awarded SATURDAY NIGHT AT 6X3 O'CLOCK Victoria Sent Up for
Tow ard 0 Souith. fr Work. Fresh Bread daily and
SToward South, for Wor fresh Roasted Coffee. Ice Burglary
3 Cream and Cake orders
. for parties and weddings
SBy Associated Pres. The big steamer Crown of Aragon, a specialty. By Associated Press.
HAUC T iULIS McGregor. Tex., August 11.-United which came over from quarantine Salt Lake City, Utah, Aug. 11.-
i i wSlSates Senator Bailey was the princi- Ts re h Twelve years in the penitentiary for
S Results-this ie what YOU pal speaker at the Conedrate re- been for several days. will be repaired l ve yeburglary is nthe s penten iae pronounced or
Suan pal speaker at the Confederate re- in Pensacola, and it is anticipated burglary is the senten-e pronounced
No matter what the "name" unlon here yesterday, his subject be- that she will be ready for sea before on Samuel Griest, who almost thirty
) the maker, you simply want : ing a defense of the -outh. His father Tuesday morning. .ears ago saved the life of General
a Hat that is right syle--rght was a Confederate and s grandfather The board of survey completed its OPPOSITE CUSTOM HOUSE. noo Lord Roert the ead of the
Sfor your face and wears right.- examination of the hull of the steam-
oll yor f ale adhe rhu. ts a Federal soldier, being in one battle examination oand fond that onl- British army. Griest for his bravery
Right in our $20 Hats. against each other. Among other few of the plates had been damaged received at the hands of Queen Via
"THE AVONDALE HAT," s things. Senator Bailey said: b) the steamer striking upon a coral toria the Victoria cross.
S the bt-' $2"., Hat on earth, "I have been pained within the past reef while coming out of a Cuban har- During the war with the Afghans in
the nwes: shaLa and shades few months to learn that a southern borL. 1877 a force of British under com-
Swill b found her for all. This damage, it was decided, could mand of General Roberts was almost
Sn called to the presidency of the be repaired from the inside of the surrounded by a overwieming force


Pensacola Flmoida


T' IV C Yarbrough, of Chattahoo-
r- in :h ci(ty on a short business

-o:, News: John L. Sowell. Jr,
r -. i yesterday from a business
" p. Pensiacola.

Iarling, of Darlington. Fla..
r-oastered guest of the Mer-
e ,terday.

i on Jones, of Seminole, Ala..
S he city yesterday on one of
-i:'ar business visits.

-- .1 H. Obllins, of Opp,
: ,:'y on a visit of a few
Sar.te's at No. 22 lEst
I .--

Ala., is

a News: Mrs. M. F. lAmar,
:. t. hu-n visiting her son. Mr. J.
.i rt ft for Valdofta. Ga., Mon-
<. : .:( )atmnied by three of Mr. C. children. of Pensacola.
\Mr J N. Jameson and son will
:'** during the latwr I', rion of this
:'h for Portland. Ore.. where Mrs.
.'::i son wil' visit her daughter. Mrs.
H 1) Goodfe'low. fur several weeks.
i, M. A',. of Maranna. an-l
T)" I B WlKn. of Sneads. were
vn->,ne the i*romini nt physicians vis-
1 i'- Ihe ci, yesterday and registered .
a'" ',e E.cambia.
Mr. and Mrs Fred W. Dennis. Jr..
T.' iah\ left yei)erd!ay for Shelby-
S'. I:... where :ii-y w-Ill spend the
xr 'w o months visi:lng the mother
o' Mrs IDennis
tIon Hays H Lewis. of Marianna,
' "':f ,f oI .ck.eon county. was among
:.e e t. cty yesterday who listen-
f w.'h interest to the proceedings in
S i murder case before the circuit
Twc've defendants were before Re-
*-i r l-ant it. he municipal court
S-de- R monrnilng Of this number
d ,lifendant; were dischargd.
* c v-n a sentence of thirty days
a' "r .. imposed anlmting to $38.
'n Ho. Arr-vals: J. T.
i.,' t:. SI. N : E. S Jackson. U.
w W. Lamar. U. S. N.; R. S.
M T- S N.: J. Newton. Milton,
S .,*n; aan. J!.. Mi;ton: Dr. C.
L ('ity; S. M. Smith.
T e '\ Is acain nmPrvided with a

`' *.chr and although he as jusI:
: charge ,t his .utnes, he has
c ,. ,',ork. and there are a num-
o i, y,>w,..rl,s canines in the pound-
:.. f the new catcher is Zack
' : ai.j hlie will hold the position
*. ;'e-tber 1. when the law pro-
: .r inning a* large cease

P' R bi.n Lemon and Vanilla are
s.' ",.mr To the common Extracts
1**. F pa, you to cremand them.
A :"* cwtr for Blue Ribbon Lem-1
S\' an';a. Take* iess. Flavors

Forest Fires Raging.
"" .oM.- Aug ll.-Advices from
S -.: Mn:ana state that forest'
aa!r raring near the Idaho
v. shl- damage is tureaten-i
S ".:.nos are In some of the
S:: .~f Western Montana
S -- wIl be- considerable.

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S-.L L..... p_,, I l U I l I II 1 of half savage tribesmen. General
disparagingly of southern traditions." the vessel was therefore not consid- Roberts was caught between the lines
He remarked that the University of ered. Th steamer leaks considerably, and had his horse shot from under
Virginia, having been founded by but the sure os of the vessel, amon hi, the beast pinning him down when
I whom Is Captain Jacob Kryger, 'li* Aie fell
Thomas Jefferson and being in a state, Uoyd's surveyor, decided that this Griest with bullets fairly raining
.Ith such a history as Virginia.,should could be easily remedye d and the abouthim, ran a distance of 600 yards
o. all educational Institutions, be ex-steamer placed in a seaworthy condi- and pulling General Roberts from un-
Pected to teach the tr,--h about the tion within a short time. M U ler the animal, mounted him on his
south. But Dr. Alderman, at a ban- The contract for the work was OI horse and led the way back to
quet in New ork, had made a speech awarded to the Gulf Machine Works,, (Continued From First Page.) the British lines. Roberts, seeing
which Senator Bailey declared should and the terms are that it is to be corn- ,:at the enemy was about to close in
ave causedthe blush of shame to eted by Tuesday morning. filledwith tears, andth younger him ordered a t butt soon
mount to the cheek of every southern The Crown Aragon will go to Port filled with tears, and the younger o. him, ordered a retreat, but it soon
man att fthetabl.ngsh fora artcargo of tons lady particularly spent a great adeal came evideu. that ne artillery
man at the table. lglish for a part cargo of 3,500 tons of time in silent weeping. would have to be sacrificed. Roberts
'Where are the Calhouns and Clays of phosphate rock, and from there of her time n silent called for a volunteer to o ack an
and Davises of the soutn' Dr. Alder- will proceed to New Orleans and fill Motion For Continuance. spike the guns. Griest responded and
man inquired," said Senator Bailey. out with general cargo for a foreign When court convened in the after-1 alone turned back from the hotly puir-
I mournfully acknowledge that they port. noon Judge Reeves, on behalf of the sued army and with tribesmen shoot-
ure gone, but why didn't he ask where defendant, made a motion for a con- ing from all directions, spiked the
are the Websters and the Chobtes of tinuance of the case and presented nine guns that were by t(is time al-
the north?'" RO IVMUK LKR the following reasons for so desiring most in the hands of the Afghans.
Senator Bailey related an incident it: Giest fought in Africa, and about
Sthe last session of congress. A bill SHOT BY SHERIff Now comes the defendant by his ten years ago came to Utah. He has
had been introduced to appropriate O T BY SH RI attorneys and moves the court to since served a couple of terms in the
$2.000 to pay the expenses of a con- continue the above entitled cause un- penitentiary for burglary besides
gressional delegation to the Portland tii the next regular term of said court, bcing sent to jail at different times
exposition. He opposed It and sue- DESPERADO K4LLED MAN WHO and for cause says: for petty offenses.
ceeded in cutt-ng it down to $5.000, First-That it would very much em-
about $400 for each of ttle members WHO SOUGHT TO STOP HIM harrass the defena'ant in the prepara-
of the party, more, he observed, than tion of his defense to be put upon BEAVER DAM
they would spend if they behaved AND WAS HIMSELF KILL- trial at the present term of said court
themselves. One of the senators who ED BY OFFICER for the reason- that he has been con-
was to make the trip came to him fined in jail ever since the 18th day of URGANIZED
and insisted that $5,000 was not July, A. D. 1905, the date of the alleg-
enough, in response to which Senator edl offense, and has had no opportu-
Bailey said: "if I was as rich as you Monticello, Aug. 11.-Montlcello Lty to locate all of his witnesses, or MEETING HELD IN THE I. O. O. F.
are, I would pa) my own expenses." was thrown into a fever of excitement to ascertain definitely what he can
That senator, be said, was the sue- Wednesday by reason of a negro mur- prove by them, and for this reason is HALL, WHEN ORDER WAS
cessor of Stephen A. Douglas. derer, armed to the teeth, circling unable to state at this time the names
"A nice old woman, who corn- around the eastern part of the town. of all of his witnesses, ano'what they INSTITUTED.
pares with Douglas as the glow worm It seems that a strange negro, ar- would swear to if present. That the
compares with the eagle. Who rep- rived at Lloyd's station Wednesday defendant had no reason to know or
iesents Ohio? Mr. Dick, who didn't afternoon, and during the night stole elen to expect that a special term of The Pensacola Dam of Beavers was
w-ake a great success at running a a horse from Hon. J. J. Willie, which .aid court would be called until th,. instituted last night, and the number
feed store. Who comes from Pennsyl- he rode at breakneck speed towards day following the date of the making of members In attendance was flatter-
vnia? The creatures of corporations Miccosukie. of said order, and the defendant has ing. The new order commences unter
and cabals. Who is from the west? Arriving at the blacksmith's shop not had sufflelent. time sipm the find- ost auspicious cirommestances having
Deitrich. who was indicted: Burton. half a mile north of that place, jus: Ing of said Indictment to Make neces- ost auspaeious circusamngs having
who was indicted and convicted, and after daylight, Dr. W. F. Yarbrough, sary preparations for his defense in a large membership, among whom arb e
Mitchell who was indicted, convicted who was on his way to nis plantation locating and procuring his witnesses. some of the most prominent business
and sent to prison. I regret that any two miles north of Miccosukie. stop-| Second-That the defendant, it pu Th men meeting lashe cit night which wi-
senator should have disgraced his of- ped at this blacksmith shop. and wa., upon trial at this time. or at any early The medtingitastion igh out sixty
fice. but I thank God that none of talking to Joe Taylor, the owner, date in said county, would not be ac- members and the institution of the
them was from the south or of the when this unknown negro appeared, corded a fair and impartial trial on members and held in the hal of the
democratic party." From the appearance of the negro, account of the publicity and general Odd Fellows on West Garden street.
and the condition of the horse, Dr. notoriety given throughout said coun- At this meeting offers ere elected
OT O T O Yarbrough suspected that the negro tv of the alleged causp and manner of andt othermeebusinessOffcerstransacted. The
ROOT OUT OF was a fugitive from justice, and a- the alleged killing of John white and president her chosen was trans. Hyer, r.
tempted to detain him. calling Joe lone Edwin Dansby. and the circum-. Theresident ar chosen was J. other member, Jret
CORPORATIONS Trylor to his assistneee. stances surrounding same. and the in beintateandthmenew
-CORPORATIO Taylor, in assisting the doctor, lost tense feeling of resentment and indig- promises to be a flourishing one.
his dwn life, for the unknown negro nation aroused, and still entertained
By Associated Preos. at once shot him dead. and then jump- against this defendant in the public
New York. Aug. 11.-Secretary of e' into Dr. Yarbrough's buggy and mind generally in the community of sai' county if hurried into trial before
State Elihu Root. who recently en- put whip to the horse, heading toward said alleged killing, and throughout the elapse of time for sober and dis-
tered Presiden- Roosevelt's cabinet, Monticello. said county; and on account of the passionate reflection sufficient to re-
has. says the Times today, severed all On arriving at Bunker Hill, half knowledge of the general public of tore some degree of composure in th't
conecti)n with a number of flnan- say between Miccosuki and Montict!- the wide circulation in said court of public mind, and to abate at lea.-z
cial institutions of which he was for- 1o. the negro cut the horse out of the various and numerous petitions ask- some degroe of the feeling of resent-
rrly a director. Mr Root recently harness and rode horseback toward ng for a special term of said court to! ent and indication now generally
iteigned, it became known yester- Monticello. be held for the purpose of indicting! entertained a ainst this defendant.
day, from the boards of rhe Morton On arriving at Texas Hill, one mile and putting this defendant upon trial MAXWIEaA & REEVES,
Trust Company. the National Bank of from Monticello. he dismounted an-l for said alleged offense, and' of the AND W. L. ZACHARY,
Commerce. the Continental Fre In- took to the woods. Tho sheriff. D. B order made pursuant thereto calling Attorneys for Defendant.
urance Company, the Title Guaran- Eird. had been notified to look out for sa!d special term, and the general Witnesses Examined.
T tC otany ad several r he murder r. and finally came ltiroor, impression created and now entertain- Wtneses Examined.
cs Torpora company and several ons the negro on th s of th n. i the public mind that the real A number of witnesses were then
This action was taken, the Times On seeing the officer, the nezr ra:' imari and exclusive or.t of order called by thi, defense for the purpose
continues, in order that I he might as- wy. and r.fusito halt when .- said special term was to put this of showing the state of public senti
isume the srer 'ts t h s i derea ', the sheriff fired one shlot, whi- ..fendant upon trial for slid alleged enlt toward Williams. The witness -
out being In any way allied with cor- probably struck. but the fellow con- ufense, thereby, in the public es ima- e. ci;!ed were Sheriff Van Pell. J.)1'
porate interests. In conversation with tinued his tight. ion. singling this def(.n,'ant out and G. Ward. Manager Daily News; Frank
ho ssoiates I oversaion ha e It was thought the netro had gone mputing to him an unu'tal and extra- L.. Mayes, manager Pensacola Jour-1
his assocates he is said to have ex- toward Driftnn. consequently thbo ordinaryy -degree of crrinality, re f al; .T. N. An.:irews, a real estate mar,:
prefse th ei n ta e f. of h oe rt a al to an the sanerou, frrl .
r fr him to be free of nth this form sheriff took the afternoon train for quiring speedy punishment, all of A. M. McMtllan clerk of the cour;
connection with these institutions that place. About a quarter out. the which has so disparaged the defend- and Robt. Henderson, formerly ,a
as a director, ind for this reason he train was waved down and the sheriff ant in the general public estimation ^ 13view, hut now of Pensacola. d
resigned from them all. was informed that the negro had pass- and has so prejudiced him generally By all of these witnesses the
Mr. Root had been director of some ed there. going west, so the officer in the community of the alleged of- fense attempted to show that the stat
o these institutions for a number io lkft the train and went in pursuit of fense and throughout said entire C public feeling toward the defendant
y(.ars. including the period when he his game. county, that this defendant cannot was such that a fair trial ould not e
was secretary of war. Inquiry among He soon came upon him. and order- secure a fair and imparLial trial in tified that this time. Then awiesses
hi- former fellow directors failed to ing him to halt, with no effect, the all testified that the feeling against
it-veal Mr. Root's reason for differen- sheriff fired one shot. T.e negro con- . .. Williams was very general, but there
l A |1a s-o1 r f de ean little if ani t testimony given to
t.ating between the two positions t inued n his flight, and the sheriff VASELINE NO GOOD FOR HAIR. as little if any testioy given to be
the cabinet so far a ,they affected his then shot again, wounding the fugitive show hat a fa
personal business aairs. so badly that he lived only a few min- Dandruff Germ Thrives in It, as Well secured In All Grease. On Judge Carter's denial of the m,-
ONLY ONE EXCURSION Joe Taylor. the man who was killed. A well known Chicago hair special- ton for a continuance, the attorney, O
ONLY O E RUN THS YEAR. as one of the best neroes in Leon -st invited the Inter-Ocean eporter to for the defense made a motion, on
county, and was a good-bi3ckswith. come to his office and see, under a substantially the same groun.w s for a
By A -sociate ePro mThe murderer was identified by Dr. microscope, how the germ that causes d an t nue. seThis was also
Chicago. Aug. 11.-The executive Yarbrough's brother, Wayland Yar- (epndruff thrives in vaseline. The spe Mned and the case was set for tryan
committee of the Western Passenger borough. and had on Dr. Yarbrough's I cislist said that all hair preparations Monday morning.
association at a meeting hel2a herehat. and had the doctor's gloves in his cntaining grease, simply furnish At or in Case.
yesterday, recommended to that ahso- pocket when killed, food for the germs and help to props- State's Attorney Kehoe has asscu
c:ation that roads may rnm one home' gate them. The only way to cure 'n- ,tJed with him In the prBstocution. "T
visitors excursion this year at a fare They Appeal to Our Sympathies. druff is to destroy the germs, and the defense is represented b! Jr. J.
of one and one-third .for the round' The bilious and dysneptic are con- only hair preparation that will do that Reeves, E. Cp Maxwell and W. L.
trip. Such excursion to be run either stant sufferers and appeal to our sym- is Newbro's Herpicide. "'D- stroy tho Yachary
October 31 or November 1, 1905. pathies. There is not one of them, cause, you remove the effect." With- ha
I however, who may not be brought out dandruff no falling nair, no bald- Special Venire.
back to health and happiness by the ness. Ask for Herpicide. It is the The regular jury of 12 men were
988. use of chamberlain's Stomach and only destroyer of the dandruff germ. last drawn for next week and a spe-
D L Y Iver Tablets. These tablets invigor- ,old by W. A. D'Alemberte, druggist cial venire of 150 men was then drawn.
ate the stomach and liva and and apothecary, 121 S. Palafox street On Monday morning if it is impossible
Atrengthen the digestion. They also Pensacola, Fla. Send 10c. in stamps .o proceed with the regular jury, the
8AreguIae the bowels. For sale by all tor sample to The Herpicide Co., De- court will proceed to draw from the
4* w. m in.. dr.ggi~ troit, Mich. :50 until a jury has been secured.

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aura Gives Up City Con-
t in Favor of Charles
W. Mann.

At a special meeting of the Board
of Public Safety. held yesterday after-
i;oon for the purpose of considering
the city feed contract, Frank Maura,
who has hele' the contract for furnish-
in,: food for all city prisoners, relin-
quished the same in favor of Chas.
W. .Mann. who will at once commence
the carrying out of the contract.
Mr. Maura was under bond for the
proper observance of the contract.
but inasmitch as he secured for the
tbard a party acceptable to carry out
the pro-.isions, it was decided to make
the transfer. The amount paid by tihe
city for feeding of prisoners amoua;s
to $150 per month.
For some weeks complaints have
te~n madie in meetings of the DP:artl
of Public Safety as to the quality ofi
food furnished by the contractor, and
commltt(es were appointed to investi-1
gate the same.
Mr. Maura. however, has ended the
duties of the committees by relin-

quishing his contract.

One ef the queer Incdents of Thia
Great Naval Comilet.
This strange incident of a great na-
val battle was told by Commissioner
McGktfln of one of the Chinese war-
ships In the battle of the Yalu between
the Chinese and Japanese feets in
1894: "About this time the Chih Yuen
boldly if somewhat footlbrdlly bore
down on the Japanese squadron's line.
Just what happened no one seems to
know, but apparently she was struck
below the water line by a heavy shell,
either a ten inch or a thirteen lnch.
Be that as it may, she took a heavy
list, and, thus fatally tuared, her com-
mander, Tang 8hi Chen, a mqt coor-
ageons albeit a most obstinate officer,
resolved at least to avenge-himself and
charged one of the largest of the en-
emy's ships, intending to ram.
"A hurricane of projectdsl from both
heavy and machine guns swept down
upon his ship. The list became more
pronounced, and just before getting.
home to his intended victim his ship
rolled over and thenpluugsd, bow first
into the depths. She,righted herself as
she sank, her screws whirling in the
air and carrying down all hands, in-
cluding her chief engineer, Mr. Purvia,
shut up in the engine room. even of
her crew chlng to one of the circular
life buoys kept on the bridge and were
drifted by the tide toward the coast,
where they were rescued by a Junk.
"Stories told by these men vary so
mnch as to be unreliable, but all agree
on one inicdetit: Captain Tang had a;
large dog of mo.t vieloMu temper, un-
ruly at times een with his master.
After the ship sank Captain Tang,
who could not swim. managed to get
an oar or some small piece of wood.
This would have been enough to sup-
port him hb:d not his dog swam to him
and, climblug up on him, forced him
to release is grasp. T'ns he miser-
ably drowned, and the brute shared
his fate, perhaps the only case on rec-
ord of a man being drowned by his

She Was Posted.
"Now," said Mr. Hazzard, who was
Instructing her in the mysteries of golf,
"you know what a 'tee' is. Let me ex-
plain now the duties of the 'caddie.'
You see"-
"Of course." she interrupted, "the
caddie's what you put the tea in. I
know what a tea caddie is."-Philadel-
phia Press.
The Family Jar.
"Pa." said little Willie, "is a family
Jar one o' them kind that's used for
"Scarcely, my son," replied pa, "at
least not for preserving the peace."-
Philadelphia Ledger.
The vivacity which augmqnts with
years Is not far from folly.-Rechefaou

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When you leave the city for your
summer vacation have The Pensaoola
Journal follow you. Notify circula-
tion manager, Phone 38.

Arn You O.wu'fed
to Vote in Bond Election?
As a matter of public Interest The
Journal publishes this morning the list
of electors, as prepared by Register
Geo. S. Hallmark, who are qualified
to vote in the bond election to be held
August 22.
If your name is not In this list and
you think you are qualified to vote in
this election, you should see Register
Hallmark at once and lave the mat-
ter adjusted.
The council will meet Tuesday night
for Anal approval of the list and if your
name is not on it at that time it will
then be too late to qualify and you
will not be permitted to vote.
The qualifications necessary for
voting in the bond election consist
s*,mply in your having paid your city
taxes and being otherwise a qualified
voter in a city precinct.
Every tax-payer wants to vote in
this election. Therefore If you are
one of them and your name is not in
the list which The Journal publishes
today, you should And out immediate-
iy why it is not there.



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^W ~' W W W WW-W -;*w n .i C efs- oiiUc (iJ., f

y S my* Gubernatorial Bees*
aWf SICS? ONOAV5 Gubernatorial bees afe brmingi
about te bonneats of so many r iorn-
clans tMat one is puazled as to wno
will harvest tae hboey, walle the hum
L COMPANY]* o desire is so low a tae neads OL
S- some tnal they iamgine the waoie \e
m a i a MasiaM. I colony o@ bees is awrminuug aoout their
earn--but on: ow severe will be t'e
_o -wt sting of disappointed aabitlOt.-Jack-
SO T Pri sonille 'Tnes-Union.
N Hard to Decide.
--"ION ATrs A mishap to the car ferry that cross- .
1o '1es east River at New York resuhel ]
SO1 -wa-..........- i dumping a car overboard, and ,L:ey
Oe1 W'ee........... I* are having a time to decide wnetner
Weekly W t yeOr. it shall be called a shipwreck or a
it d 11 railroad accident-Galaesville Sum,?
That Tarrapin Farm.
APER FROM WHICH A DITAILM west Palm Beach has started a
ENT CAN SE ICURED. terrapin farm. History is to repeat
itset. It will be a question of but a
AM 96 *W.u short time before rae people of that
OWN N6 section will be trading with and givrnm
M No. 3 out young te-aptas for change over
** the counter.-Quincy Times.
DAY MORNTNG. AUGUST 12, 1905. Caterpillars Out in Force.
Caterpillars by the thowand have
t taken possession of a pecan tree in a
The Gulf ports are much nearer tr k on Charlotte street, midway be
Colon than New York, and in the tween St. Franels and Bridge streets.
transportation of canal supplies there The premises are occupied by Span-
would be considerable saving in time. lards and they have destroyed the
distance and expenses, but these pests daily by burning them in huge
things do not seem to count against! piles. Despite the work of deatruc.
the desire of New York to monopolize tion the insect- cover tle tree in ever
the government's steamship line to increasing numbers. The leaves have
Colon. The Gulf ports, by reason of Leen eaten by the caterpillars, but
their geographic location and advan- the tree has not been kflled.-St. Aug-
tages. are entitled to "a square deal," ustine Record.
but they have very little chance of -
getting it. The Flag Neglected.
Both the Washington Post and the The flag at the Gainesville Graded /
New Orleans States, while so strenu-, nd High Scho I has been kept waving -
ous In their advocacy of a "square day and night, rain or sbine, ever
deal" either accidentally or malicious- s.since it was placed there when the CARICATURE SKETCH OF C. T. YERKES.
ly overlook the fact that Pensacolai rews came thta the University had; Yerkes is the American who controls the London Electric Railroad
teen located In this city, said a gentle-U Lines. Mr. Yerkes was born G8 years ago In Phhadeipha.
has the finest harbor on the Gulf man to the Sun a few days ago. nes. Mr. Yerkes was born 68 years ago in Philadelpha
coast, has ample facilities for handling' should be some one to look after this
any business that may come this way matter, and the flag should not be then applied only to the outlaws of' :-.4...-;. ;Y-.~ -,';:4 *
and is the nearest port to the Isthmus allowed to remain out over night nor! so-iety is now strictly true of society !|
of Panama where deep draft vessels muduring rainy weather. itself The fighting is all right, but ENGINEERS FOR THE N Y
of Panama where deep draft vessels There are certain rules to be ob- there is no "battle" and no compau-1 :e UNITED STATES NAVY. '
can find a safe harbor. The New! served in regard to the flags on all' ions, so cause beyond the lore of life -y
Orleans Idea of a "square deal" ap-' school buildings, and the school board' and no reward for the victor that is ;', New Orleans Picayune.
pears to be a little bit warped in that -hould see that, they are enforced.- worth having-it is a struggle of the!
. . Gainesville San. lnaditnor with the knowipedep that' ;i .-."r:V ZV-,, 1Bc,. Vt...- 1t -;.B.r- ,

It apparently consists of. trying to
grab everything in sight In the way' Hard on Men's Eyes.
of commerce, even though it is locat-; Neutral tinted veils, with long flow-
ed a hundred miles from the gulf, up ine enis, are again in vogue, adding
a crooked and swift river, a charm to the pretty feces of the
'vearers-and they are -=rd on men's
By all means let us have a "square 'vCarerysa t ey are to k with pene-
deal" but of t it b. eys, IQ t.her jaave to !ook wtth pene-
deal" but do not try to get it by ignor-' treating gaze tr) see if they know the
ing the finest deep water harbor on '.ace behind the screen.-Jacksonville
the gulf coast-the harbor of Pensa- Times-Union..


Washington las 200 cases of typhoid. ": .
Wu Ting Fang. ex-Minister of China Why not quarantine against the Na- ARMOR FOR THE
to the United States, Is said to be! tonal Capitol? BATTLE OF LIFE. #
back of the Chinese boycott of Amer- (Jakson ms-Unon).
lean goods. Mr. Wu may be trying top C fere e (Jacksonvile Times-Union). .
modernize China by the adoption of KrHeld
American customs. Is Held in Maine. -
As all the telegrams relating to the; It is the fasb:oc to represent life as
RA usso-.Japanese peace conference come a battle. but we object most strenu-
A al m Portsmouth, N. H.. a misappreously. It may be that humanity is a
for the GOlf Port. ebalon exists in the minds of any n th bt every manot be true, anby hi
Under the above caption the New as to the actual place where the con-, m.o.,e than it iv Christian, that we are
Orleans States publishes the following ference is being held. This being so, cvided into opposing armies and stan'l
relative to the commerce between the the following from the Birmingham up manfully ag-ninst our enemies and
shoulder to shoulder with our friends.
Isthmus of Panama and Gulf ports, Ledger is timely: o are not even divided o r trends.
but just where the "square deal" The peace conference is not like savages-the v' yage Is now made
comes in Is rather defficult for a Pen- held in New Hampshire, but in Maine. in a pirate sh;p where are nominally
iThe navy yard Is on a little island that. ccers who maintain dls'pline by as-
sacolian to see: belonged to Maine befo:-e the govern- .assination and protect themselves by
Announcement was made at Wash- meant bought It. Not only that, but ,Turder Shylock said: "-You take
Ington last Monday That construction Maine still retains her legal right to! my lie when you take tie means
work on the Panama canal had beeni serve papers on the government land. whereby I live," and the saying which
suspended and all the forces there. The sherits of New Hampshire cannot
were now employed in a battle to com-, do that.
pei death to release its grip upon the All the news from the conference T- .D lural PliuAted Bur-'
Isthmus. It has been realized at last comes from Po*tsmouth, N. H., and it '
that the King of Terrors must be over- la frequently stated, even officially, i nA July, 1905 a
come before it is possible to build the that the conference is at Portsmouth. "
canal, and as the sanitary war will be' N. H. The island lies between the ; Total f
a long one It is safe to say that the1 states of Maine and New Hampshire'
time when a waterway is to be open- at the mouth of the PIscataqua river,'
et to commerce will be advanced many! but Maine ceded the land to the gov-
years. In the meantime the Panama i (rnment to build a navy yard, and the' 1
railroad will have to serve the needs yard is called the Portsmouth navy
of commerce as best it can, hence the yard. 7
business Interests of the cn2try are The envoys are quartered in New
insisting that the railroad and its con- Hampbhire, and the telegraph office is
aecting steamship lines, now under there, and the news senders have not COPME
government control, shall be brought considered it necessary to be exact as
up to the highest point of efficiency, to the venue to the conference. Still
uI this connection the Washington there are many people who like to be i
Post says: exact in even the minor details of the OF o r awv"f t
"Under these circumstances the matters they read about.
present discrimination and obstacles
abshould be removed, to the end that Poor old Chauncey Depew is catch-
jxoamerce may not only be unimpeded, ing it good and heavy. The newspa-
but that all ports of the United States pers are now calling upon him to ex-
may have a square deal. Charleston, pr!an why, although he carries $500,- AIV
Savannah, Mobile, New Orleans and
GOlvson have as much right to di- 600 life insurance, he has no po;L.7
rect connection with Colon as New in the Equitable. The following figures show The Pen.
York has. San Diego has been andi' Is
iw ignored by steamers of the Pan- Japan does not demand a war In- sacola Journal's circulation for each
ama-San Francisco Une. Passengers demnity; all she wants is reimburse- day during th3 month of July, 1905,
from Southern California to Panama meat for war expenditures. It will with the average number of copies
must travel northward nearly 500 take an exceedingly fine microscope daily:
miles in order to board the Panama
steainer. Freight, whether mmer- to distinguish the difference. July 1 4,250 July 16 4,500
ca or destined for canal work must General netch continues to July 3 40 July, 18 4,
be hauled hundreds of miles out of stroke il s gorgeous bunch of whiskers to July 3 4 July 18 4,t00
the natural pathway. The mails are roke i or bch of hske uy 4 50 July 4,
trom twenty-four to forty-elght hours and wait for something to turn up. July 5 4,250 July 20 4,425
slower thad they should be. The same July 6 4,250 July 21 4,200
conditions exist on the Atlantic side, If they Jail many more grafters in July 7 4,250 July 22 4,300
except thai commercial competition Milwaukee there will be no one left July 8 4,250 July 23 4,450
%p certain way ports gives some relief, to run the city. July 9 4,500 July 24 ....
The fact remains, however, that en- July 10 .... July 25 4,300
gineers or clerks engaged in the South Russia's "Colonial War" has turned July 11 4,250 July 26 4,300
for work at Panama must go to New out to be a pretty big proposition. July 12 4,250 July 27 4,00
york to catch the steamer to Colon." to a pretty July 13 4,250 July 27 4,00
What our Washington contemporary July 14 4,250 July Mt 4,350
says is true. New York has monopo- mi__ '*v* n op e July 15 4,250 Jly 3 4,600
Ulied the steamships controlled by the Dui aen kdl mianere at the Total for the mouth ...... 112,875
government and which transport ca- v Bae e K4k the TirkIT eon-O Average per day ...........4,341
gal supplies and passengers to Colon, 'shiant- fat major-slept and saok-
where connection is made with the ;ed In the shade of a tree noar the sem I hereby certify that tha above state
Panama railroad. The business men at rarnage. The trumpet moanded for ment is correct according to the reo.
of New Orleans remembering what e essalt. and the solders proceeded words on ale In this ofle10
President Roosevelt said about giving to rob, kll, mrn and violate. The HD A. IWVIS,
everybody -a square deal" have asked trunpet met sina r e retreat but M A .
that ome of thee goveammet CeBl- t trm T tVe o o to e fawt Ciri s atr.
troUled ships be put Inservice between colmud t io a Maoke Sworn to and subllibed before me
taui port amnd Cola, but apparently abot tbe e0M1 0 11. 1t da TI Ju,1a
so attention has been Plad to theT ob sam. be rVpi*S: "Weir a iSt ty fJuly, 1--
sail inu sad to arrive at New York. 4-*" -M FO

C3 rry i h.V
threou c4with duuhorn It
S controls diecoo',allasjsgm,.
nmadon, soothes, bhelalsEven in
avanced case% It Sometlmes

W.v. H. KNOWLES, Presl'.Lt.
THOS. W. BRENT, Asst. Cashier.

W. K. HYER. JR., V.-Pres arn t (8L.
W. N. ROBERTS, Asat. Caawer.



of Pensaeoola, Fla

DIRECTORS. F. C. Brent, W. A. Blount, Win. H Knowlec
W. K. Hyer, Jr., D. G. Brent.


We d w eour own Bills of Ex-
ctange on Great Britain, Ireland,
ermamy, France. Auetra, Italy,
Holland, Spain, Belgium. Russia,
Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and
ether European ouwntriea.

Vessels disbursed upon the Most
Favorable Terms, and their eObl.
gatlons taken Payable at Port of
SDestination Ten Days After Vr
g sl Arrives tborm.

ie can on'y v"iv while he contina:esto 'Safty Deposit Buxes For Rent, in Connection with which we
a:yt the einceari fu-uishrhi h- th" not developed anythington disaon th have a Private Department for the us of Renters.
schools is still called the a:mor that subject of the scarcity of engineer
.,.s au. lor ti.s,; .1 -- -Z .. officers in the navy, it has served to
vant to ask whether the arucle fut- draw attention afresh to the actual S ViJng Depma tment-Ilntere t Paid on De-
nished is worth its cost. An Engli3h scarcity of proper engineering taleut9
statesmann lately told his couniryime' ( on board our naval ships. Prior to the peet/ aft aete of 4 per cent per Annum-
iheir preparation was unfit-the T'a?sage of the naval personnel bill
American 4lapod into the arena p.'e-, the .aavy possessed a corps of trained .-
pared at ell points, alert and aggre.;- engineers whose abilities were recog-
stive-te German came clad in plate nized everywhere. L. HILTt O I GMEN, tA3ssi21. T.. .WXLLES. Vcs-Pa Si s sT.
_t proof au4 cc ld defend himself for, These officers were on every war- .d. BjSMX*L. j. MANSFIELDMORENOj.AJ.I.,
.'ays where te Englishman ble at ship, some vessels having several.lnk
-ery thru*t. Measurab'y it, may be They not only knew how to run thel C citizens N national D ankg
Lrue-the agl113 American is twistin. -englnes, but their mechanical knowl-' of rensacoa. F ortds.
irmeelt th-oung the ranits of opposi- dge enabled them to kee:i the ma- G.joM eor*'al* j'T. WL**
cimon and the Germnan Tesists all at-;ehinery of their vease!; in a thor- Geo.W Wlght. MorrsBesr. T. ILWesa.
trlts, while th- Englishman is steadi- roughly efficient cont~tion. At the A .ixE.RL BANKING BUSINElS TRANSACTED
ly losing. Yet, the Freachman in present time there is but a small rem- L BNKING BUSINESS TRANSACTE
America and tmeric and th ericana" says nant of the former enc never corps -- ....
cae world lI giving way before our left. and the service is forced to d-'
n;errilla encroachments and the Ang-ip(-nd upon warrant machinists for th.* .0.e.e.t e@$.o$o******O********************
:o-Saxon race is pressing into the management and care of the expen- J. S. REESE, Presi.dent. E. W. MIENEFEE, Cashier.
openingss we leae. Five machinery of the modern fleet. R. M. CARY, Vice-Pres!dent.
Now speaks up Wolf von Schier-. Conmmentin; upon the Bennlngton F P1 'S BANK OF PiI A L s c I
:and for Gernany and puts his finger disaster, the Army and Navy Register THE PEOPLE'S BANK O PENSACOLA.
on the spots of our education armor. (, last Saturday says: Director--L, J. Reeves, J. 8. Reese, W. DeC. Kessler, R. M. Cary,
To drop metaphor. he says we are' "The lamentable incident at San W. A. 'Alemberte, T. A Jennings.
Auperficial in a4I things, that we are Diego, the effect of which is graphi- W TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
profound in nothing, b:o-.-enly in our ally shown in the illustrated portion YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFIJLLY SOLICITED
methods and careless in our practice of this issue, will end in something of 4 tttttttttO S:.eO
-that each tries to cover a wide field profit to the service if it leads to an.
and only succeeds in taking a birds- amendment of the naval personnel -- -- -
eye view of thl countr:- we hastily law. For omnie years it has been
traverse. To prove these points he quite apparent to the unprejudiced
irnstances a professor of Yale who observer that the so-called amalgama- e ,
\,as not deep in the details of Euro- tion feature of that drastic statute I w boele and Retad Duer i
lran history, without showing that was a great neal wore than an ord;- Wholes and Ret De.ler is
his fellows of Europe knew anything nary legislative mistake-it approach- Stealn, DonetiC, Anthracite O A
of the details of ours. Then he de- ed the estate of a crime committed; and Blacksmith
c:a.-es he once knew a "'bralny Sena- upon the naval personnel. It robbed!
tWr" who tried to write a book on the service of a corps of efficient, Oice--No. na South Palaoze street. Telephone, 53.
Japan and the condition in the East, trained engineer officers and foisted Yards o Zarragossa and onzale streets. Pho
which is full o: "misconceptions, mis- upon the government a bodge-podgo
prophesles-in a word, totally value-! arrangement which had nothing bet-'
less. Both these men are college-bred! ter to commend it to existence than
and are popularly held tL be wonders the high-sounding title of 'fighting en- John Massey. Jackson Brandon. T. D. Ada.I&
ot erudition." gineer.' The .athor of that pet name. Pnal lIcI Cp
But Herr Schierbrand proves too which carried the amalgamation PensaCOla Electrical Com pany
much in this. It is not that Senator btiight fo-rward to enactment, made It. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS.
Beveridge failed utterly that tells! appear that there was a distinction ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
agiret the American so much as the between officers-that the man who Cor. Intendenca and Bell Phoi'
quick judgment on that failure speaks stood in the fire-room or in the en- Baylen Sta. 57)9.
for the good sense of our people. "Thei glue-room, or who served his country ND job to big or small for us We do work in any part of *h*
book had a large sale" undoubtedly,2as a surgeon or paymaster on board I ity an also outside the city.
but it has, and never had. any authorli-i he shio in battle. was somehow, oyj .
ty with us-on the contrary its figures: the subtle alchemy of glib speech, less
conclusions and opinions were both of a fighter than the officer of theT!_____._ _._-0 .__ -----------.-_ -_4
ccntradicted and satirized. Nor did deck. The attempt to adjust this as-,
the Senator fall-he dia not expect sumed difference by fixing it so that |
the book to do more than pay for his certain officers should do their alter!
trip-it did that and has since been hate share of deck and engine-room
actingg for the funeral prcession. outy was a weak and dangerous sub- A GW IG E
Our educational methods ere not good, terfuge. Its menace ought to have : HAVE OUTGROWN OUR BABY CLOTHES AND OPENED A
but better than was the German at tne been apparent to the makers of that
same age; we have Americans wltn-.w, and would have been had It not
et e heAmerican beeln nwo ,,.r pDown-Town Office and Builders' Supply Depot:
out training, but the American peo. been for the alluring proposition that Ofc uild uppl D p
ple are not incompetent any more the ridiculous quarrel over titles WHERE WE WILL BE GLAD TO HAVE YOU CALL BE-
than they are Christians or Good Sa- promised to be settled for all time by W ERE WE WILL BE GLAD TO HAVE YOU CALL BE *
maritans. Business piracy is the law. the mergtig of the line and engineer TORE PLACING YOUR ORDER FOR BUILDING MA.
and with this for a starting point what .cp r." UMPACKING A
follows is both right and proper. How Notwithstanding the serious risks UNPACKING A
ip it in Germany? Involved in delaying the rehabilitation CAR LOAD OF PAINT 4
of the engineer corps, there is a strong and want your business. Prompt attention to all mall
coterie of navy people who are oppos- orders.
ed to the restoration of the corps. e
Should congress take the matter up
AM a tA to in. the winter and an attempt be made W U drs Ill Company
A "* to repeal the personnel bill in as far
""""as it applies to the engineers, we may Phone 77
be certain that we will find many per- -r_ _Pene__ a* *eFlor i
sons within the navy arrayed In op--. ......9*>......O. O>>l> O S.* 1R. .


On account of sickness, r. Woolen
V Lhas decided t close up his carriage *OUT rRN O TEL.
and repa r shop, located on the corner Pernesla, Fla.
of ratandencia and Baylen streets. Wb WITH RUNNING WATUR AND PRIVATE BATHr
These premleeI and also the second LARGI SAMPLE ROOMSL
7 ftory rmerly occupied by Goasalees jpelqi WIy a te e TAable DeerE
SCiar factory will be for rent from the .W L M raa l A. W

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The 4qerican Who Conitrols the-
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H. L. COVINGTON, Preeld-et M. E. CLARK, Cashier.
C. W. LAMAR, Vke-Presldent, JNO. PFEIFFER, Aast. Cashier.

Capital Stock, $200,000 Surplus, $40,000

Henry In Covington, S.J. Foshee.
J. M. Pfeiffer. A. M. Avery,
W. IL Milton, Jr,
Bryan Danwody, E. M aura,
Frank leilly, W. L. Cawthon,
W. S. Rosasco, C. A. O'Neal.
T. F. McGonrIn, Dr. W. J. Hanna.,
F. N. Brawner, McKenzie Oertir.;,
C. W. Limar, Alex McGowin,
J. R. Saunders, C. M. Cov!ns;on.
Accouata of Banks, Individuals, Corporations, and Firms Solicted.
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you if you desire a frst-class Piano,
New Plasmo from $100 to S .0.
Be sure to Eeo the Baby Piano-
amallest regular Piano made for young
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REGULAR DINNER SERVED DAILY, The committee of the City Council
-f a lettr Bliss received 25 CENTS. to whom was referred the charges PHONE 476
Sf ftt h wrten to Pe ients made by Mayor Bliss that ahe city had
Ktta nke. of the New Orleans been recerin short weights and
of Trade by Dr. J. H. White LET US FURNIH een recent short weights and
ne hospital surgeon in charge YOUR measures in the purchase of feed, CLTTER & RUSH
bnoW fter siturgeon in charge YOUR made its report at the meeting Thurs-CUS
a er situation r on in Ne .. day of the council. The detailed re t ....
ans. In this letter Dr. White ex- f DR AM h port is as follo1rs:2 E.vW t St t
,i-s hi reasons for not having cars asfollos: 1LC mmnt RL
sangar KWr Orleans fumigated and| Committee's Report. PENSACOLA, .. FL<
]SWOrleans fumigated anP
:n repo to ono written him by the, kING UP Pensacola, Fla., August 8, 1905. __
sidentqof th: Board of Trade. The To the lionoiable Maycr and City .
ter totPres4rnt Kohnke, and let-. l CouGe ncil. Pcsacola.
rs from Mayor Chas. H. BllsM to bSlS iU I U'Mt-V Gentlemen:
surgeon Wbhiw and to State Health' Your Ftane Committee, to whom
rtfcer Porter are appended: PHONE No. 1104. was referred the communication of a A-
Neo Orleans. La., July 31. 1906. CIMr Zarragossa and Tarragona Sts. Mayor Bies, dated July 10th, In the
"Di. F Kohnke. President New Or- CREAM DELIVERED IN ANY matter of feed for City stock, with' 0 1 N
lesas Board of Trade, City. QUANTITY. eighteen exhibits accompanying, beg
-'qar Sir:--Referring to your let- to report as follows:
. of ,:h" 29th. requesting my reasons 1. We have examined the commun- .
::- n*r considering it necessary to dis- infected mosqito. I believe I have ication and exhibits, also supplemen-j RAC
p.f- fre:ht cf any character, Ihave shown with reasonable clearness that tal communication of Mayor Bliss R
,savy .a. t hese reasons fall under it is not likely t6 become the rest- of July 27th. with exnibits, which 1 _.
S.-ral hkad~s. Cemce of any kiad of mosquito, much we submit herewith. At the re- I IM Mi h I. I,
agi ,rn thsc everybody knows the les the infected mosquito, whose pres- rest of your committee Mayor
Tact .i,, vyllow fever Is transmitted ence in business and manufacturing Bliss, Mr. T E. Welles. Comp-1
*, r:osquito. rrom one man establishments would, in the nature troller Georeg T. Morgan and A. McDonald Moyer, the other
i, nit'. r man- We must, therefore, of things, be a very remote contin- A. McDonald Moyer, appeared before and if it proved satisfactory t
co3n1i-1, whwhpr or not our infected agency. !3our committee and answered such continue to buy from him. Tl
-r,, '.iq, i i to become an in- "We fumigate emp:y ears starting questions as were put to them on the done upon complaint of the fe
: ,,:'anor a ; enger in freight par- from any point near to Infection in or- subject of this investigation. We also vished by J. E. Dubulson & Bi
fi4 Tbr par-.cular mosquito trans- der to kill mosqukoes. .and you letter ot Comptroller George rcncessful bidders for the fe
m 'ing -i.:s riseae is one of the most' Yours truly, T. Morgan of July 26th, letter of Mr., that month. Mr. Moyer state
....* ., orzc1 'h!. of these insects, be. "J. H. WHITE, T. E. Welles of August 2nd, and com-i he supplied hay and oats of a
!- r 0 a o-ry slight pressure. "Surgeon U. S. P. and M. H. S., in, munication from Mr. T. E. Welles pre-'quality than his bids called to
I: ."r, a: parcels or any sort, a charge of Government Relief Meas- Sented to this committee on August As to the weight of hay, we
r rlt c :n a box would anquestion-; Ures in State of Louislna." 2nd. relating r, this matter. :Freat variation, running from
: .;, c.aimiht and crashed during! 2. In regard to the vouchers for sup- to 150 lbs. per bale, high gra,
.*u-, r In transk. Again, remem- The Mayor's Reply. plies not being approved by the proper weighing considerably more th
: -n.. fretiht packages originate! Pensacola. Fla., Aug. 8, 1905. officials, we find as follows: 0 grade hay. The following filgu
Vr. ,1 u5eM."and factories and stores "Dr. J. H. White, Surgeon, U. S. P. and Exhibits 3, 10, 11, 16 and 17, sign- given as about the average we
"htu p'aces are not the habitat of M. H. S., In charge Government ed by Clerk. Chairman of Board, May- Lay by various city merchants
p. t:,. and the infected mosqun- Measures, State of Louisina, New or and Comptroller, and all except 16 M. F. Gonzalez & Co.-No. 1
; *hereorte, not be found In Orleans. by person receiving the goods. thy, about 80 ibs. per bale.
SI aI.-D. "Dear Sir:-A copy of your letter' Exhibits 6, I and IS, signed by, M. F. Gonzalez & Co.-Choice
I i- a convincable fact that a dated July 31, 1905, to Dr. E. F.! Clerk, Mayor and Comptroller. None 130 lbs. per bale.
.;:o from a sickroom might drift Kohake. President of New Orleans signed by Chiirman of Board. 6 andi L. Beer Co.-No. 1 Timothy
**, s:reet, but the habit of this Board of Trada has lust fallen into IS approved by Superintendent fa 85 lbs. per bale
,: 'o in so dotig. Is to seek the my hands. iStreets. 15 no: approved by person: James McHugh.-No. 1 T
*. an water to lay its eggs an1 "If the theory be true that yellow receiving the goods. about 85 lbs. pe: bale.
fever is scattered by mosquitoes, it Exhibits 3, 4, 5, 12, 13 and 14, sign-' A. Greenhnt & Co.-No. 1 T
S extremely improbable that follows that the mosquito must travel ed by Clerk, Chairman of Board and, about 85 to 86 lbs. per bale.
.1 take up her abose In a place from one place to another, and I :ail Mayor, and by person receiving the F. S. Mellen Co.-No. 1 T
-ness (warehouse or factory) t(' see how it can consistently be as- goods. co to 100 lbs. per bale.
.. tan to seek a congenial pool sumed that the mosquitoes that drift Exhibits 1 and 2, signed by Clerk Peftter & Co.-No. 1 TimothJ
'-r. water Ic deposit her eggs, la from the sick room lay their eggs' Pd Chairman ef Board and by per- 100 lbs. per bale.
--. ace-wth natures provision lIt upon the water and thea die. If this! son receiving the goods. Welles, Kahn A Co.-No. 1 TI
.. bhe true how is it that the mosquito; Exhibts 7 and 8, signed by Clerk, 95 to 101 lbs. pet bile.
'R ~'rin to more special cases, spreads the disease so rapidly? I be- Chairman of Board and Comptroller, Consolidated Grocery Oo.--
.irr commodities, such as cofee, lee it to be a well established fact end by person receiving the goods. Timothy about 8W% lbs. per bi
-. and rice in bagging, I have to that the mosquito fnnabtts places; While the above vouchers are not Consolidated Grocery Co.-
-r as a matter of opinion, but of business, and driven from: L!I signed by all of the officials as, Clover about 95 lbs. per bale.
-r knowledge, that such articles a sick room, or leaving voluntarily a provided by the printed form oft L. Mayer, brdker, choice Ti
., above will in the very han- sick room, it is not unreasonable to 7toucher in use, yet the signatures oft 95 to 135 lbs. ter bale.
,t,.,:r ;v annihilate any mos- believe that they drift into warehous-s thc Comptroller and Mayor to war. TLrree invoic' o ihigh grad
Swht-h mar have sought refuge and stores and places of business, and! rants issued in payment of bills is inI are submitted herewith, showli
r" th. .r.vie. of the bagging The Tay old place for shelter. Effect an approval of the account. weights to be-
'.:(;. a:iid .I'fting character ofa a "It is an undisputable fact that thei Therefore the irregularity as to their Of one car from St. Louis,
a.' ,f .I r. :. sugar is an absolute mosquitoes are found on railway! approval might be considered cured. i s. per bale.
:;.,an';., .' the destruction of this! rains. In freight cars and on passen- We are informed that it has not been Of one car frdS Cincinnati, 1
n. fs-. he Th first time such a tgr coaches, and I do not see how it customary for several years for the lbs per bale.
:a is t inm:.n ;, cbe floor of a car or would be impossible for the mosquito Finance Committee to approve vouch-! Of one car from Cincinnati,
"e 1 \ ni'd on a truck. to exist on a freight car, either empty rs of this character. ll-bs. per bale.
Th"-. i- rn po nible way in which or laden. In tet. I have, from my 3 3. Assuming that the hay furnished As to the quality of hay, we l
yve:.-w fe.- ma' he trrasmitted other' ow observation, observed osqultos' during the fifteen months in question following to be -the grades:
!'ar. *, *'- T'. 1into ana freight can- on cars laden with freight. Of course averaged 84 lbs. per bale, and the oats Choice No. 1
:r. in;'- a:in: c .rlstances, be in- the mosquitoes that-are put into boxes five bushels to the sack, and that the Choice No. 2.
feco,! ;n na'. hbu' only so far as oi freight that shake about, and among merchants furnished the goods as Choice No. 3.
It meig:- l.cnfl' t' r,.idence of anmo sck that are packed together, wou. i per the bids, tlh total amount of over- The term "Choice" may be a
o killed, but there is plenty of space charges, as par figures made up by to any of these Classes.
in a freight ear where no freight' Mayor Bliss, amount to $164.26. We As to oats we find the grades t
'"mi'tUIlniitlhtil t,1,.n --I.. ITO., whatever is stored, and where the find that Mayo." Bliss has made sever- Re-fanned White-clipped.
mosquitoes would not be disturbed, al errors In his calculations and that Either White or Mixed.
"In your let-er it seems to me that the correct amount of over-charges Clipped or Unclipped.
You have resolved 6ll doubt in favor s $159.73. Mr. Welles claims that he No. 1.
Af the shipper of freight as against had the right, and that it was his! No. 2.
Sthem mosquito, whereas, in my opinion, duty, to make purchases for the City, No. 3.
Ne e r l M nUU permit me to say all doubt should that he did this regardless of any bids! The term "Choice" may be a
L Shave been resolved the other way. that were submitted and accepted, to any of these classes.
=I "In an epidemic as vIrulent as this that he purchased the best hay andi It appears therefore that the
t -- .seems to be, and which threatens the oats that he could find, and that the higher grades of hay and oats
th a health of the entire south, It certainly avy and oats supplied were of a bet-i aiy of the bids called for. We
S ie seems to me that every safe guard ter quality than the bids called for. no means of knowing, except fro
Should be in favor of stamping out That he had the right to disregard Welles and Mr. Moyer, and also
the disease, and that commercial con- bids seems to be sustained Mr. White, Ex-Chief of the Fi
S5 sideratlous should be entirely secon- fby the fac: that the Chair- apartment, who was consulted 1
de 5 at--_ dzrs. b nrman of the Board of Pub- connection, as to the quality or
S"Yours respectfully, i ic Safety approved all the bills in of goods furnished, and these I
S"CRAS. H. BI SS, Mayor." (question, except three, and these bills all state that the goods per
o r --th did not agree with the bids accepted weighed but that the quality ws
S5 To Dr. Porter. by the Board. Also we find In the best that could be had, and
"Pensacola PFa., Aug. 8, 1905. minutes of the Board of Public Works than that called for by the bids
S I "Dr. J. Y. Porter, State Health Ofcer of June 30th, 1904, that the Mayor was Welles and Mr. Moyer station
S All l Jacksonville, F. instructed to use the authority given the hay was bought at so mu(
S"Dear Sir:-I enclose a copy of thei him as purchasing agent In securing Lale and the oats at so muc
Letter that I am sending Dr. White. It feed lor that L'epartmen:, and in the seck, and that such purchases wt
Si s i certainly seems to me that the Doctor; minutess of the Board of Public Safle- the basis of a profit to the mei
5 2 has been more considerate of the com- t1 of May 11, 1904, the F're Chief was of 2 cents per bushel on oats I
n'nt l--rU S merce of New Or!eans than he has of! instructed to procure some feed from cents per bale on hay.
UUl OI WUl, stamping out the yellow fever. Mr. Welles states that th. .-
s 2 "Our Board of Health passed a res- cost of feed per head for the yea
and irink i o-.tlao ast meeting in favor of fumi- MECHANIC AND COFFEE ing June 1st, 1905, was $8.4!
S dli U Uf K .ting all cars Coming to Pensacola. Th Old Coffee Troubles Left When month. Mr. Morgan states thi
S.I presume that the Clerk has forward- He Quit. cost per head for mne period,
Plenty f ed to you a cop' y o the twon. "Since quttin coffee I am hearty 1st, to May 31st, 1905, wa
S r rust that ou will take this mat- and well at b3 and go to my work per month.
e r.Pl u at y- aarliest ,oportunitv. -very day and feel stronger and bet-1 5. As to the approval of vou
Snd mav we not hope that -ou will, ter in ever way than I used to when the facts above stated show car
Solder all cars coming to Pensacola, l was considerably younger, ness and irregularity, but we
H l l U I--- 4> S --e-e.l-d- =o---" aa e fum- "I am a mechanic and have been a fnd any evidence of dishonest]
~gath inH II orer ththe e "t t s e itnes mab great lover of coffee and used It all we recommend fthat in future
e IIrU 11 11 5i -'lied? ly rlie umtil fe..w months ago when ,-ouchers shall be signed by the
5 S! e rs"Yonrs rpectfnllyv I made up my mind that it was hurt- Mayor, Comptroller and Chairn
St ---ce AS. H. 19,, Mavyor ing me. I suffered from constipa- the Board, and that all bills 1
D eer so ul.d .wt that g u. tion, indigestion and kidney troubles rroved by the person recelvin
r 5 WILL 1NTREST MANY. and I used to bleat up and have pains goods for the City.
SU Ui ,,, .in my back. 6. While no good explanation
S ? rEvery person should know ttat god "Something had to be done, and I been offered as to why bids we
S;, health is impossible If Ie kidneys are quit coffee the old kind. I mean, and cepted month after month and
S- d kran ed. o a Klde Cure will o use Postur Food Coffee. In agrded in the purchases of feed
est -Cntid d bBede c ut -n a few weeks I nas a we' man again. committee is of the opinion thj
OO IVCI~ Dyform, aad wlU bot up and _. ..My bowels became regular, my food Mayor had the right, if he cons

S- strengthen these or ns so they wil digested comfortably, the bloatin.g it for the best interests of the
on the Market reform their ~ nations properl- No and pains in m3 back no longer trou- to disregard such bids and pui
danger of .Brlg'is t se or diabetes bled me and my kidneys resumes a different class of goods.
Sif Foley's Kidney Owe i taken in healthy, normal action. That improv- 7. We do not know whether
Stime- ed condition remains. I am sure 1 prices paid were J-bove the n
T! _owe it to Posti.m Coffee, for I have prices for such goods, but we I
- _' NOTICL. used no medicines, the opinion that the average c(
Ei.i. Notice is hereby given that th he office "I like Postum much better than the deeding stock, as reported bi
S w of the Nicholson old kind. It seems to be more satis- Welles and Mr. Morgan, was r
SS Lumber,and Stave Ompany, has been f) ng and I and my whole family drink able.
C A -;'_abolished, piraseat to acton taken it morning, noon and night. Tis is 8. We recouamd that this
r E u the guard ef Directors, and that amy honest statement of what Postum tigation be considered closed.
O O Mr. Wn. T. Rear, heretofore holding has done for me." Name give by All of which is respectfully
F id olce, Is no Inaer the general Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. mitted,
A a I manager oi tai iomry. There's a reason. Fl LY,
-1 -NICE"O's O~ L UM TAVE CO. Get the little book. "The Road to lA. i. D'AIABM B
IaiOs N J. L ta Seee Wedvlle," in every Pk P. Y. TONSO .


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Official Manifesto on Senject Is-
sud uy FSu eO aeral

The Jacksonville Metropolis pub-
lishes the following:
Dr. J. Y. Porter, State health officer,
Ias requested the Metropolis to pub-
lish the folowhig notice, sent out by
Surgeon General Wyman, of the Ma-
rine Hospital Service:
How to Ptvent Yellow Fever.
Treasury Department,
Bureau of Public Health and
Manne Hospital Service.
Wasiadgton, July 31, ISo6.
Note.-The measures herein men-
tioned were recommended by the army
medical board of 1900, ana have beae
Indorsed by the American Public i
Health Association and by the First!
International Sanitary Convention of3
American Republics. They have also
been Jfstited ty the experiences and
observations of the two working par-
ties of the Yelow Fever Institute oft;
this bureau lk Vera Crus, Mexico, and
by the commission of the Pasteur In-
Otlitte, Brazil, France, operating in
Rio Janeiro, Brasil. The measures ,

Prescription FilllIn
Is one part of the drug bosadess which I should imagine would t
of interest to every cuteomtr of a drug etCre. Not because it is
anything wonderful, this being able to compound a doctor's pr
scription without making an error, but the wonder of obtaining
these delicate chemicals, where they come from, the change tkl
takes place in the compounding, and a thousand and one things
of importance to health and life nl the proper handling of what
at firt may appear a simple prescription. For Instance, the mix-
of Antipyriue with sweet spirits of nitre, as all pharmadMs know,
makes a compound which would probably cause death if given in
does as large as might be given of each alone. For a dragglot
to attempt to mix turpentine. sweet oil and sulphiric add in a
bottle would result in an explosion and the ruining of his clothing
of nothing worse happened. Speaking of Antipyrine. it might be
of interest to the customer to know that since the patent-on Aat-
pyrlnfe has expired It can be bought at a very material reduction
from their old price of $1.40 an ounce. But with Codeine Sulphate
at $3.80 an ounce, Hydrastine from $1.50 an ounce to $12.55 an
once and Homoatroptle Hydrobomate at $168.00 an ounce and
these chemicals being prescribed by your physician your breath
would be taken away occasionally by the price of a prescription.
However, it has always been my aim to compound prescrip-
tions at a reasonable profit and not make the price of a cheap
prescription high enough to pay the extra price of an expensive
I have been in the prescription business pretty much all my life
and each year am making an effort to oerve my customers better
than the year before.

Let Us Fill Your Prescriptions.

I Phone 1

Dru ifst and Aecry. 121 S Pulaf.

Owrcloar IWotarm
ftream tto e

ed fur- have been tested successfully on a Consum rs' e and Fuel C m an
to.. the large scale in Havana, Cuba, and dur- romp
ed for ing the yellow fever epidemic at Lare- Ofec-Corner Chase and Tarragona Phone 259
fs that do, Texas, in 15,8:
better The infection of yellow fever is car-
r. ried by MOBQUIT9OS, and by no I -..Ri i..' .
ind a cther means Is the Infection spread. you will deeroy the mosquitoes.
65 lbs. Persons take the disease by being Empty the water from all tubs, PLOA STEM
de hay bitten by moeqnutoes that have pre. buckets, cans, flower pots, vases, once PLO ST
an low viously bitten a yellow fever patient. every forty-eight hours. BYEIrJ, ,LAENING Al l a
res are The mosqldtoes to become infectedill or drain all pools, ditches, un-
ight of must bite a yellow fever patient dur- filled postholes and the like. PRES CLUB.
5: ing the first three days of his attack. Change regularly every day all wa-
Time. These first three days, therefore, are ter needed in chicken coops, kennels, P UP North a I aX
the most important time for prevent- etc. POMT AND EFFICIENT
,, 90 to lng the access of mosquitoes to a ter. Treat with coal oil all standing CLLERICF
ei patient. water which cannot be screened or WORK CALLED FOR AND
about It is often difficult during the first drained (one ounce of oil will cover DELIVERED.
three days to decide whether a pat- fifteen square feet of surface). The MEMERSHIP RATES FOR
timothy ent has yellow fever; hence the neces- ol1 does not affect the water for use if PRESSON $1.00 PER
sty in threatened communities of the water is drawn from below PHONE .
timothy placfta a mosquito bar Imediately Where oil is applied to standing wa- RES M. E WHIT
around every patient who has fever ter is must be distributed evenly over E. L. REESE, M. E WHITE,
Timothy of any kind, tor three days at least. the surface. Proprietor. M r.
Pacts About Sreening. Put fine wire netting over cisterns,
r about The netting should have meshes wells and tank of water in everyday -
fine enough to prevent the passage of use. TH
timothy mosquitoes (at least 18-20 meshes to Places in which it i unndesirable E I AC I
the inch.) to put oil, such as watering troughs
No. 1 It is important to screen the win- for stock, lily ponds, and so forth, can CLASSICAL SCHOOL
ale. dows and doors of the house. It i be kept free from wrigglers by putting w lSS ICA L SCHOOL
-Mixed doubly Importat to screen the beds goldfish or minnows. d
of ever patuitsb Clean away all weeds, grass and!
mothy, Mosquitoe' can bite through mo L bushes about ditches, ponds and other' OPINION OF EDUCATORS AS TO
quito nets when any part of the pa- ossble breeding places, since these ITS WORK
I hay tieSta body 11 In contact with the net- afford a hiding place for the osqui-
ag the tigs toes.
tWquent eaminatl ons should be Clean up vacant lots and back yards
101'A made to e that thee areno torn of all cans, tins, bottles and rubbish. Prof. Walter Miller, professor of
places in the setttog or that no mor First to do away with, or treat, all Greek ir: Tulane University, aft.,r
289-10 quitoes have f ylnd lodgment inside. laces where mosquitoes are known visiting the classical school, wroLe
The- nettig should be well tuekes to breed and then begin to work on'
134% in o keep mosquitoes from entering -places where they might breed. ihe following unsolicited opinion to a
If moaq.tok are .Sound within the, Inspect and treat with coal oil gut- friend and colleague:
nd the netting they should be killed inside ters, culverts, ditches, manholes, catch- "The Pensacola Classical School i
and not mertey driven o shaken out. ig basins, et, along the adsede 'loing a splendid work for the cause of
All cases at fever should be prompt- Manhole covers should be screened. IIt established
lyroe teoahl e Houses should be cleared of mosqui- southern education. It i established
ly reported to the local health a toes by burning one pound of insect upon broad principles, it cherishes the
A-waittag his arrival tney should be to byburni one pound ot maec
ppled atovered with a mosuito ba ldr. beowder or t'w pounds or sulphur to highestt ideals of scholarship; it main.'
Mo with moDeitruto bar. 1,000 cubic feet of space. The mosqutl trains a high standard of excellence;
Sbe- Mosquitoes te n n vicinity in toes will fall t the floor and should' and by the best modern methods add,
o be- Mosquito ye a e viinty in .e. .ll d burned. equipment it secures thoroughness of
whicbteh they breed. They do not dften collected and rned. ,..- training comparable with that afforded
f5- a -m dtone. Success in mosquito destruction de- thecooao the
aiosq ed only in pends upon the co-operation of the y the great fitting schools of the
Moqte red only in water- pes upon t east To my mind the Pensacola
--s"ukatt reed only In wat embers of the entire community..
uswlly in artificial -ollections of fresh m s the et ire commute .ver Classical School is on.- of the very
water While the infecti w ev best secondary schools of the south."
The young mosquito, or wriggler, s carried by a single species of. os Dr. Venable, president of the Un-
.pplied lives in water at least seven to twelve qui o (the stegomy sa), to dnsureito versity of North Carolina, writes: "it
days atstruction It i necessary to destroy Iives mi pleasure to testify to the
re are Although the wriulers live in wa- all mosquitoes. i .l.ooroughness of the preparation f,1
than ter, they must come frequently to the In places liableto yellow fever bo ththe students who have come froa.
have surface to breathe. individuals and communities have ani your school to the university. We
m Mr. Coal oil on the surface of the wa- fective method ot protection e- hou l e glad to have more of the
from ter prevents the wrigglers from elves, as indicated above. Use the sme type."
re De- breathing. mosquito bar at once over all cases Dr. Geo. Petrie, professor of Latin
n this Destroy the breeding places and of fever until the danger from yellow and History in the Alabama Polyteci..
weight _____ fever has passed. ric Institute, writes: "I consider the
a rti es WALTER WYMIAN, Pensacola Classical School one of the
e not Surgeon General best fitting schools In this section of
as the A C os of F I the south. I can confidently endorse
better A Waring to Mothers. the thoroughness of its work and the
SMr. Too much care cannot be used with healthy. manly atmosphere that poe.
that Many More Like It In Pensacola. small children during the hot weather furdes their infstit nation or cat
S-th r mo nt t r rrther Information o at
!h per he ollow ce is but onof the summer months to guar logue of the school address.
h pe many asmilar occurring daily in Pen- against bowel troubles. As a rule it H. CLAY ARMSTRONG,
rchant sacola. It.s aP esy matter to verify is only necessary to give the child a Principal
ad 10 its correctis. Surely you cannot dose of castor oil to correct any dis.
ask for better proo( than such con- order of the bowels. Do not use any --
clusive *tideace: substitute, but give the old-fashioned UNIVERSITY OF THE
ere Mrs. A. Cumins, of 402 West In- castor oil, and see that it is fresh, as STATE OF FLORIDA.
*r end- rs. A. Cummll, of 40, West In-
Ser teadea street, says: "I must say rancid oil nauseates and has a ten-
tr that Doan's Kidney Pills, which I pur- dency to gripe. Iftthis does not check Embracing the following subjects:
,~ tr tot Drn' Kidey ills whch Ipur

chimad at Sidney Kahn's drug
store, No. 9 South Palafax street.,
are a reliable remedy. My kidneys
have bothered me for a great many
years. There was a tired feeling
about me all the time and any exer-
tion used me up entirely. My back
pained me so at times that I could not
rise from a chair without assistance.
An old friend of mine recommended
Doan's Kidney Pills to me years ago
as they had cured him of a serious
kidey .complanLt. I neglected getting
a Vnx 6rm time to time, but finally
when t~rw t em advertised in the
Ne Of lta6 Item I started to use
t~dat and thqy proved to be a splendid
remedy, I ae used some five or
six boxes and they have corrected the
kidney trouble, ant the tired, worn
out feeltn which exited all the time
dtsappearld ad mty back does not
ache as it ote~erly did. I have re-
commew ed Doan's Kidney Pills to
several and know others who have
usd tem with-the most satisfactory
fsr sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. U iQsterllbdmp Co., Buffalo,
N. T, ole -*Sts for the United
Qemarbtmer the uaime-Doan's--san
tabs .
.p Dr. Thea~s
*. o rt; hmeas t.

the Dowels give Cinanorlarn- s COllC,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and
then a dose of castor oil, and the dis-
ease will be checked in its incipiency
and all danger avoided. The castor
oil and this remedy shoulI be procured
at once and kept ready for instant uee
as soon as the'fiat indication of any
bowel trouble appears. This is the
most successful treatment known and
may be relied upon wita implicit con-
fidence even in camee of cholera Infan-
tum. For ale by all ducglsts.


The public wilt please take notice
that I have had cyrighted as required
by law the name '*ENA-PHOS," to
designate a medicinal preparation man-
ufactured by me, and that any one
knowlngty selling or offering for sale,
or In any wiss uttering er elftrvwM ng
any preparatiOe beagt any seunetle
felt or Imitat-In df the -aboe lbel,
trademark, term or Ilm a. WiA heb
prosecuted by-e.madd tUh full enalty
of the law, towwi.t #y" Of j.q moere
thia ftve h d d Is ftlOQ.OO), or
imiweem ent nt three
6a wi W. A. D'ALM E
A_.? *.

I. Language and Literature-A fom.
year course leading to the degree ofd
Bachelor of Arts, Greek is not re-.
quired, but is offered as an elective
throughout the course.
II. General Science-Divided inta
three courses; 1, Chemical course;
Mathematical course; Natural History
course. No Greek and only entrance
Latin is required in these courses. AJ
tour-year courses.
III. Agriculture-Four-year and two
year courses.
IV. Engineering-Four-year course
in Mechanical. Civil and Electrie
Engineering, also a two-year course
in Mechanics. No Latin or Greek I*
required in III. or IV. The full course
under II., Iii. and IV. lead to the 4d
gree of Bachelor of Science; the WINO
courses to a Certificate of ProAlienese
V. Pharmacy-A full two.year att.
to be begun in September, IWL
VI. Normal-Three course fq,
teachers: A one-year course leading to
6 certificate, A three-year course les4
aig to an L. I. Diploma; A four-yeW
course leading to the degree of Bach@
or of Pdagogy,
An maple cor of competent taoe
era. A high curriculum--Expessf t
teetadig board, $1 to $15 per yeaO -
rall tern oPens September 3, .
Sen"for Cthlocn. -
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Ihrands from TheFOR A NATIMILTIB
-In.n Cs.m nPH Lw ffme awres, o .JournaL.
cm Sole- Agents for the Celebrated s l to The Journal.
9t. A drewrs, Au. 10.-Mr. EM S.
cu d b^ Kf iI & D h 1Le 9 Dty, .ofIlsIana, is visiting hisn moth-
Cuut 1B H er rand flteTrson Buena Vista avenue.
SMiss Mable Alderman, of Martanna,
is n B r OF PORTS HLPERE C ner ad W whot has been thebattractive visitor of
or Pg ut te Mrts. aBert Ware for several weeks,
-- returned to hpr home on Tuesaiy.
By reading this lady's experience Mis Mry Shippey, of Wewhitch-
nsp yoursef yr ss skioth, Views Noter Pra agthtfityer PN -A aOen P a guest Of Mrs. M. G. Post
,eu mayosave Maurself years *M hissIS v[iSWS ium r u ac.AnoR WRITE FOR PRICES ANOD w a get oM
RTEOR ISpTt of last week, leaving on ft ay-
nefei u ari"fu T d y a y. TERM. (trip of the Tarpon for a visit In Mo-
a of Pminent Nmspaprs Learning and aA t- HIGH ORAO ANS AT LOW G. o bile.
Mrs. H. IM D oxtader and towo child -
INbe tos heaSurpihPRICES.e left for Utica, N. Y., on Friday'sA-
CiS tt er Music House trip of the Tarpon via. Pensacola.
S114 8L Paftafoc St. Miss Berry Lathrop, of Birmingham,
Carrying out the provisions of the The New Orlelas ans Parune e s 'A., after a several months visit with
City Board of Health as to qaMtane the following tribute to the late Arh- her istr Mrs. F kMitchell, left
out letters to all of tne prominent bishop Chapelle, who was laid to tVt eAed by Mris. Mitchell, who will be
newspapers in the sount, asking tfor in that city yesterday: n absent for a few weeks.
an expression upon the question of a The death yesterday, in ths tate, oP .iO. Os, sf M1Mrs. M. G. Post and little son Gay-
ratinal arante o sports. He His cellency, Most Rv d Pa- don are visiting in Parker this week. asks the editors, it they are fav- aTodecidedoWednePday
orable to such a measure, to lendtheir e s Capelle, D. D., bi HAULIN OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
S assistance in securing the same. op of the Roman Catholic Province of
D.t. D.o -fboem ChI M Accompanying each letter is the res- New Orleans, and Apostolic Delegate SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO In t lIy
.e a- emo yau i fc n solution recently adopted by the City toCuba and orto io, we aotonly BAGGAE DAY OR NIGHT.
bawenwthimw totge om. Iaur&X seed Board of Health, setting forth the rea-
tas 0 War ba e eo s two tef v a s I sons why Pensaeola desres a national a great loss to the vast body of the
.beMUsnd.sMa'lD.D. mngblWehdme. Iv quarantine, and pointiu out the con- membership of the church to which PHONE 978. Speoal to The Journal,
Sdtoouramed with tssasarsft lsIalS ditlons now existing In New Orleans he was oommissionedi but to the state P. 0. BOX, 67;. Mariana. Aug. 10.-By a vote of
Ftorm ~obet Ptet which is the result of lax quarantine and city, without regard to eetarian the people it wa decided Wedneday
n.taeeafthealt tb w imo -wo aBom regulations. The quarantine there of lines. not to have a county court. Some
eatset aa Es sI'Rum vessels entering the port is under the Archbishop Chapelle was a man of COLR nDF H RO OF thought this court would relieve the
ri .tm tat m at e" -sA'ta &nonto control of the state board, and as ex- profound learning and many accom- congest condition o the d a
my beLn. A-re ^ Is awr woth iMtP. pected, is not rigid, being principally plishments. He spoke and wrote with eliminate the delays in court.
o Yn o Fm' M^AyBESON. in favor of commercialism, and not facility and correctness the Eliglish, Hl B NNINGTON heriff Lewis now has two well.
WSb..s&.r Avea6Chagm tor the protection of the residents French, 1panish and Italian Islagag- trained blood hounds *
against contagious diseases. I es. He used them as occasion requir- Mr. Lewis Newsome of Cuba, is ex- i
4rhs d nsoewma p a mmiu A portion of the resolution adopted ed, as a medium for addressing con- erectedd in a few days to visit his mo- Bp
Almost mad by th erbl by the City Board of Health, is as egaons and assemblage and with REMARKABLE CAREER OF GUN- hpetedr, Mrs.n a f ewdaystovisit his mm
hand burning sematm of Ecma follows: force and impressiveness. He had aGTU fN
0;=b n; diseasese "Whereas, The quarantine regula- colloquial. but not scholarly, acquain- NER'S MATE JOHN H. TUIPIN, Mr. Lirwooa Duffin hes returned
Many imagine they are maering fra tions of New Oileans, and some other tance with the German language, and ONE OF THE SURVIVORS, from the Macon business College. He
blood. whenasamatteroffact theblood seaport towns, have been made pur- in the ancient classic tongues he was will soon accept a position as book.
B aohiontodowithit. These awful tar- posely loose for commercial reasons.: accomplished. keeper with hia former employer, Mr
ae a sed by little germs that attack thereby jeopardizing the health of the While he was deeply read in history, k employer, Mr.
skin externally, which can be tooted entire south, by the possible introduc- theology and philosophy, he kept in The San Diegan Sun publishes the fol. J. W. Russ.
Mr. J. D. Smith and daughter, Miss
quickly, levingthe kinclear. aftand tion of yellow fever, and, touch with themes of modern disoov- lowing relative to Jack Turpin, a col- Janie Smith, have gone on a visit to t
y. The misery s clared away as "Whereas, The City of Pensacola ery and interest, and was familiar ered gunner's mate of .the gunboat Thomasvile and Atlanta, Ga.
yasthesuashinesabove. Notmaen~ has. by her rigid quarantine prevented with the main questions of world poll-
aptd t a matter of ifz.C.--at the advent of fellow fever in this lo- tics and national economy. It was Bennington, recently wrecked in th
ny, ot a temporary relief-but a cality for nearly a quarter of a cen- doubtless for these qualities that Pope harbor of San Diego: _
dof it al away absolUtely and tury, with the exception of one sus- L>o XIII, who was himself a man of It was the Sun which first di t
a tly. The D. D. D. Preurtip pcious case during the general epi- extraordinary range of knowledge, ap covered Jack Turpin--John H. Tur, IPLE
onaspeficformula, put up in sealed demic of yellow fever in 1897, which pointed Archbishop Chapelle Apost Esquire---he all round heavyweight
titles with authentic label at 1.00 per was prevented from spreading or gain- tolic Delegate to the Philippines, "character" on board the stricken p- --
tle has proven to be the only certain g any foothold Cuba and Porto Rico, to assist in con- boat Bennington, the man who was
e for these diseases. Its ecordof cures "Therefore Be it Resolved, That forming the Catholic church and Its blown up with the battleship Maine, Special to The Journal.
astonishing, amazing, almost miraculous. the Board of Health of City of Pensa- institutions in thosq countries to the and who has had all sorts of queer ad- ipl, Au. 1r
Tt is a liquid, usedexternaly, non-greasy* cola condemns in unmeasured terms, new relations under which they had ventures crowded into his short life. Alley has been granted a 30 days
Try It er prente-. the conduct of the health authorities come in regard to the United States. 'There's a feller, on the old ship,' leave o absence so tat e an be
"rie the Medical Dpartment D of New Orleans, in regards to this Those countries, since they had been ad the wounded sailor to the news- ent at the reunion of the two
D. D. Company. Chicago, for free co- matter, and be it further visited by the first white, had been paper man an hour or two after the Indiana regiments at Brooksville, Ind.
tultation and 'advice." "Resolved, That it is the sense of for four centuries under the Spnlish explosion, "wio was on the Maine Mr Alley was with the 68th Indiana
this Board that the quarantine of all monarchy, and the sudden change to when she was wrecked. Wouldn't and will meet his old comrades in
I seaport towns should be under the a Republican domination, necessarily that be a good story for you?" arms a s well as visit his old home
ar large and control of the General created conditions to which the-church Wouldn't it? Well, judge for your- durnghis well earned vacation.Mr.
Hooton'sPharmacy Government." institutions could only be conformed self. hs be earned vacation. Mr.
by wise and careful management. Turpin, who is a colored "gentle- Alley has been postmaster here three
The Archbishop visited those coun- man," was found on the blackened postoffice but one day during this
!lT :lI:ll;lllllli:IIltllltllllll Illll DICKENS' PHRASES. tries anna spent a large portion of his deck of the va:ship, helping in the time.
e 5 t time in the arduous duties that de- work of cleaning up things. He cheer- Capt. A. J. Gay. who has been
Se Ecstest to Wb h Ther nave volved upon him in their connection fu!ly responded to the request for an spending a few days on the bay re-
I H E Sde" and it was a cause of great regret to interview. As tc. the Bennington ca- turned to-day.
Since Shakespeare no writer has him and the people of his special dio- tastrophe he said: Hon. J. R. Wills, of Vernon, was a
S"made language" to the extent that cese that he had been unable to give "On the Maine I was connected with visitor in town to-ay.
S -SDickens has dene, and the anuber of them as much of his immediate ad- the magazine department (not a liter- Hon. I. L. hiddon has Just eceiv-
commonAN olloqualisms taken from ha uinistratn as was desired. ar) publication, but the place where ed an appointment an deputy sheriff
Inovels and which everybody uses ev- The Archbishop possessed a sweet they keep the ammunition) so when I of Washington county.
SIM Onoel and which everndigy uses roo and most pleasing manner, nod wtas hberd the explosion o this ship I im-v The two K. of P. lodges here are
the succesr da s the otstndigche has prappoofea oeal- the charming center of the ntellectu- diatel roht o the exploslv receiving new members at every
S E the succms with which be has appeal- a. and social gatherings that were at didn't fancy teing blown up into the meeting.
ed to the imagination of the nation. rare intervals able to secure his pres- said, "and I was sleeping on deck. Business with our merchants seems
How often one hears "Barkis is will- ence. He was not only a great prelate 1 just sprang to the railing and dove to be very good.
5 in'," "Beware of vidders," "Oliver in the domain of the church, but he overboard into the water. I can swim
Twist asks for more." "Codlin's the was also a statesman, a scholar and under water for ld tme and I did k headachreslts from a dsor
S AT friend, not Short," "I don't believe a citizen of the highest quality, de-, this tioe. When I came to the sur- k headache results from a discord.
there's no stch a person," "Let me put rvced to the public interests and face there was the .lennington quite, qckl cured by Chambermah and Stom-
my lips to It when I am so dispoed," teaching patriotism as well as reli- a distance from me. A coumnd of steam ch an river Tablets. For sale b
THE -Waiting for something to turn up," Iion. Not alone the church, but the rising from her and she was heel- ial irui.lsts.
H "A trifle wearing," "The law is a hags," city, the state and the country have ed to the starboard. I swam ashore Tal druggists.n
TH "The dmnitlon bowwow." and o on! Puerd a heavy los in his death. unaided and then returned to the -.
Not a few actual words have com Te Archbishoptate s provinceai Alabama, The col,- i J*acke
BOSTON from Dickens to the dictionary-Pod- Missisip pi, Teas, Aaam The cori a ckie would not s BLU ff SPRINGS
t B STlUN an. ,-- :i:. -5:.1 peror'^manc n r -
~apa Piekwicklan. Peckanfflan. 'oma. Indian Territory and the west- cuing the wounlcd, but he was one of ...
Bumbledom and many others. rDolly em part of F.orici. in addition are those whRo w'rkted he hardest.
5 Varden. the pretty heroine of "Barnab7 Cu'ba and Porto Rico, to which at the About the eine disaster he related
SHO E 5Budge," has given her name to a bat, t, m of his death he was Apostolic his own part in It in an interesting
SO while Mr. Leo Hhnter, the Artfl I)clegate. m nner. ".It was a hot night," he Special to The Journal.
O Dodger, Crihb Heep and Mrs Jarley, said, and I was sleeping n deok. Bluff Springs Aug. 10.-Mi-r. Masgio
I-havae become common generic terms.- 'A little forethought ma savey you yddenly I felt a great heave of things Parker has as her gRes- Mrs. W. T.
RE London Expres. ro end of trouble. Anyone who makes around me, and I was shot from my Dlok and daughters, Miss es Iona anr.
SSTO RE = a ruin to keep Charl t lain's Colic hammock. Next the deck seemed to Nellie, of Maeratine. Ala., alzo Mrs. R. o
I Hs- t oi-me o At. Ch,. SIn mrmmer tie tln ".ned orm i-nd know hs t e a tah. For ito the air in company with a ig of Pensacola.
tilatin- the house commons tf Lo- "le by all druggists wrench, which must have pounded my Mrs. Lola Strick!and. of Mob!!e, is
S don pasue through blocks of ice. In head. After the explosion it was visiting her sister, Mrs. Sermons.
5 p winter it is eatd. In og the outer found that J had sustained concuss- Mrs. C. W. Taylor. of Foshee, Is
125 PAIRS 2 ,r passes through layers of cotton| ion of the brain, that two ribs were here visiting her parent_. :MIr. and ,
wool six incheS thiok. During forty. M Lroken, one eye hanging down on my rs. R. Rathwell.
e ht bos of fog the cotton wool o n ceek, and two or three fingers nearly Master Richard Chavers has return- *
S3 one occan was as black as the back : B and it severed. Well, I was practically un" ed from Foshe, after a pleasant visit,
OF o a chiman Tha lnks to these ay ad n n a conscious for six months. Uncle am 'to relatives anl friends.
oa. p treated me well, and sent me to Mrs. Maggle McDavid and children *
ca tin house has been bolte rane where a silver plate was u Misses Annie Cameron Mary Lee an, -
free from m.Flt. and thetohrPrepri ,FTance where silver plate w'as puand and ,'
-A-... rirerm in my skull (bere. feel in that place Jamle, and Mater Johnnie and Ned,'
LRU 5 nto normal condition while a dense fog MEATS AND VEGETABLE6, POUL in the wool-now you have it). and are spending the remainder of the-

SprPvails outside. 'e normal tmper. TRY AND GAM If' SEASON. my eye was put in place as good a. summer at Jackson. Ala. *
Stature of the house of commons is kept ever. and my fingers joined together Miss Lulu Cawthorn is visiting 1w
SO XF DR at the levc! of 62 degree except in FREE DELIVERY. ageR3. I am as good, yes. better than friends at Century this week.
Sultry weather, when It ia raised to 85 A 1 ever was now." Mrs. Emma Cawthorn is improving,:;
:degree. PHIL JONES, MANAGER Turpin says that his mother was a!after a long illness.

worth $2,50 and $3,

they are now



Shoe Store

SRarlest cNwasper.
SThe first dPaly newspaper was a
Manuscript letter written by salaried
correspondents and forwarded by them
every twenty-four hour from London
to the provides. That was In the dar-.
of the early starts. During the Cow-
monwealth these letters were printed
: In type and ceirrlated1 In large num-
Sbern. Even so long-ago as 1680 the
; law of libel wa sunh as to be ciarac-
Steritd by Judge SBrons as making
any newspaper publication illegal and
Sending to provoke a breach of the
SWeNt Phblulrg.
SChesterfleld (Ohaucey--Could yon
W spare me an old pair of trousers. murm ?
SMr. Winrow---Ye; you want any-
thing else? Chesterfeld Chauncey--
Oh, yes: I'd like about fifty millir.n
and a seat in the senate, but dat kln
wait-t.--L Lou Republic.

Toi know. Diek was ust mad to

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In Every Spoonful

That's the only kind of
ICE CREAM we make.
it has the smooth, rich
taste of Jersey cream.
The flavor Is the best
vanilla bean and crush-
ed fruits.


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St W -to= l bao~lb~er tbars owwybodyd thtnks."'
Street Kandy Kitchen-.CR.e,

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Turkish woman of Smyrna, and that Mr an a J. R y ars are theb
hi; father was a darky of the very heppy parents of a fine baby boy.
blackest hue from the West Indian isle Rev. J. T. Fil!lngki has been quite:
of Jamaica. This remarkable young ik this week.
an wno is aut twenty-eight ears Mr, and Mrs. Thigpen of Flomaton, .i
nian. wno is about twenty-eight yearsA v
of age, speaks many languaes-really Ala., have taken rooms at the Walker 0
it is difficult to say how many. Per-l otel until thei residence here is
hsps eight would be about the right completed.
number. In speaking to the inter-
v'ewer, now and then Turpin would Nothing on the Market Equal to Chan-
talk in French, in German. in "Tur- Berlain's Colic, Oholera and '!
key," Italian. Hebrew, Icelandic, plen-. Diarrhoea Remedy. 4
ty of Japanese, some Chinese, and This fact is well known to druggists
even the language of Hawaii and Sa- everywhere, and nine -ou) of ten will
mna. After g;iing samples of all give their customers this preparation
thise, he remarked that he could not'when the best is akeJ for. Mr. Obe
be accused of being tongue-tied. He W tmer. a prominent druggist of Jop' knows Latin. "Latin is the root, .n. Mo.. in a circular to his customers :
o: all languages, you know,' he said. says: "There is nothing on the market!
"with the exception perhaps of the in the wav of patent medicines which'
African tongue. I was in Africa equals Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
among, the Hottentots a few years ago, and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel corn-I
and while there among my country- plaints. We sell and recommend this
rien I nearly f(,o e my English." preparation." For sale by all drug-
He has traveled to nearly all parts dists.
of the world, but there is one place;
he has not seen and one excursion he
has not taken-he has not been with character that he Is a regular book.'
Peary in a northern dash in an attempt and only needs a proper morocco bind-:
Sto, discover that elusive streak of cold ing jo insure a regular historical
nothingness termed the north pole. He rovel kind of a sale. He didn't want!
may do it some time, however. Being t' be written up. but he must remem-.
aone of the worthy survivors of thbeiber that newspaper men will never
-Maine. he is to receive $10.000 some; be able to write up the brave arctlonsj
tine this year, and will soon be able of the survivors of the Beuningt or-
to afford leisure, as a high tribunal has already record-
The fact is, Turpin is such a unique them

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On account of the rainy weather last week, which no doubt pTrvrtrI a
great many people from taking advantage of our free tooth bru,-h ofL -, -:A 1
fer is continued for this week.
To introduce Hooton's Antiseptic Tooth Powder, we will give to rm-y
archaser of a 25-cent bottle of the powder, a 2-cent Tooth Brush '-.,.
cth the Powder and the Brush are guaranteed, and if either are .ast
factory your money will be refunded and no questions asked.


We have the finest line of Fine Stationery and Writing Materials ti
is city. Stationery is done up in farcy packages for from 10 cents '3
1.25 per box.



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$350 Ladies' Strap Sandals, all styles, now................ ..-2.27
$250 Ladies' Strap Sandals, all styles, now....................$S.96
$3.50 Ladles' Tan Oxfords, all styles, now...................$2.88
2.50 Ladies' Tan or Black Oxfords, all styles, now..............$1.96
$6.00 Edwin Clapp Oxfords, Tan or Black, now...............98
$500 Men's Oxfords, all styles,............................ ..$3.9
$4.00 Men*' Oxfords, all styles, now ..........................$3.19
$3.50 Men's Oxfords, all styles, now ..........................$2.9
Misses', Children's and Boys' Fqptwear in same proportion, as our
entire stock of Odds and Ends and Broken Lots Must be Seid, sn hurry
along and get your share of the plums.


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We Have Knocked The Bottom Out
SOO, S5.CO, $10.00 will buy more Groceries than
ever before. Compare prc
17 pounds Granulated Sugar ........................... ...$10
19 pounds Y. C. Sugar ....................................... 00
Whole Barrel, best Patent Flour ....................... ....$..5.75
Half Barrel best Patent Flour .................................. 3.00
15 pounds lard ......... .................................. ...St.00
20 pounds Best Rice ......................... ............ ... 1.00
25 pounds No. 2 Rice ......................................... $1.00
30 pounds Cracked Rice ....................................... 00
Hams, good quality, per pound ...... .......................... .13
Hams Best quality, per pound .......................... .. .14
Hams, Plc NIc .............................................. .09
Eggs, Tenn, 5 doten lots .................... ................ $1.00
Eggs, Country, 6 dozen lot .................................. $1.00
We have a thousand other jusn such bargains, too numerous i'
mention. Phone, white, or come and see us. Take advantage-of ',-f -
low cash prices.
127, 129, 131. 133 East Government Street,
TohIpIhdne--Produce Dpt., 2. GroceryD 0pt 223
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One Quart Tins, 85c.

Sol Cahn & Co.
Tin run weo" The Store that Feeds
S7Phnl76 and 460 the People.

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The JournaPs Classified Cash Advertisements

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SpOOistrates by the month.


IWould You

Like to Be a Banker?


and let us be your cierks? Did you ever stop to think
how the banker makes his living? You're saving your
S money in a savings bank. It lays there six months to
get any interest. anr!, then, only possibly 4 per cent.
Banker can't do aMy better, as "he must pu: that money
S to work." He puts it out on wtat? No. 1 mortages on
i real estate at 6, 7 and S per cent.

Can't You Do Like the Ranker?

Let us show you. Pensacola real estate is best possible
.ecurity. We're posted and know. We can sell you real
estate or negotiate loans for you.

FOR SALE-Beautiful new mandolin.
First cost $35.00. Very cheap. 12'-"room house, corner lot. Rents
East Government St. Sauglw $5.00 per month ............$425.00
room (bay window) good re-
AUTO-Only run tour months. Good pair, abstract ............... $525.09
as new. Finest bargain in second- room on E. Chase St.. rents
hand machine ever offered. See Dr. $1l.00 per onth .......... 1100.00
Phillips. Room 4, 71 Palafox. 2auglm* Vacant Lots in any locality.
-- Money to Loan in large or small
FOR SALE-A well established, good amounts at market rates.
paying furniture business for sale. A Fire and Life Insurance Agents.
fine selected stock and frst-class busi-
ness in every sense of the word. Will
sell with or without accounts to suit L
purchaser. A fine store in a good lo- L S. BROW N
cation and an opportunity that doe.
not ofzen present itself to a party 200 Theisen Bld'g
wishing to engage in the furniture
business. Reasons for selling owner "WE SELL LOTS"
wishes to leave the city. Address
Furniture, P. O. Box 181, Pensacola, --
Fla. Any other information furnish-
ed witk pleasure. 6aug 1 lsCO ia OUS

I n acoaInvestm entCo. ;-ood EAt Hill. ;:ear cars. A. C. Bink-
Pley. Thiesen lInilding. 5auglw*
A M. ,"tmon, Ct cIAB em. -
W.L KPOWUS, reML R LStMM S F5 i FOR SALE OR Ri;NT-New 7-room
J. L STKAX V.-n GL .sSOaWer. WLE sTr sr. house at Goulding; large yard.
Esta te,-_ Loans o el.. shade trees, near railroad, fifty foet
a trs/e, aiaio Ge.r'l '-retenarnf. weil ani outhouses. A good bargain.
215 South Palafox Stret, Pensacola, Florida. Apply to postmaster, Gouiding, Fla.
FOR SALE-Upright Kimball Pianu
WANTED \ aELP WANTED for sale cheap. Apply 1304 W. Gov-
ernment St. 4auglm*
A (4)nD MIDLaE-AGED WOMAN WANTED.-Young man to clerk at
w-.s ax ro rse. Apply 320 N. Bar- Hooton's Pharmacy. Only one FOR SALE-Kill the germs of fever-
c-lo:,. s llaug3t vho wants to learn the business need oraer a barrel of slack lime to-day.
\.VNTT 0 TI BUY second-hand saft. apply. 12auglw Phone 367. 4auglm
Address, safe, care WANTED-Good Colored boy to work'
,....:. ._ 11aug2w* about office. Apply to Circulation FOR SALE-A quarter block in New
Sooms and Manager Swec at Journal office. C.ty, containing 5 lots, with large
V.ANTL' -.-':r: :-clas rooms and a-. r tat urnal ofle,"
:,,r:,: i o young men. Must be la__g Oak tresa on same, very conveniently
;a: Own. Address at once ':Per- COOPER WANTH --Permanent o-located to car line, ga and water, ar. (t Journal. llauglw sition for steady reliable white man Imains and iftuated in excellent neigh-
cTIJu-Par:ncr with $500 or $1000 Must be sober and have good referen- borhood. To a quick eunchBosr will
A g god business. Can make ces. Address Pensacola Tar and sel cheap. Addr Box 5g2w
t. . t7,;. llauglw* ACTIVE LADY WANTED-Each coun-1FOR SALE-Beautiful block in New
V. hi \E-To r,.n:. horse and buggy ty to demonstrate and display sam-. City. Tract No. 312. For cash $600.
.r ;iht v'.a:n par: cash. balance p!es. Salary $12 weekly. No capital Apply to A. M. McMillan, Court Hous.
ror.'!:hv A'dress r. X.. Carn Journal. or experience required. Silver Co., lau i w ,720 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
iOOMERS WANTFID a, No. 17 West aug 9 andl2 GO TO TURTON tor all asies flms.
IaRuna :reA. crv. 2au;gw WANTED AT ONC-Six Cacera a e ed and uloaded freh
DSix carpenters ""of churga He makes best phot
ANTEI--To &,uy au exira good at 35 cents per hour and ten brick- graphs i s sout 32 ye aa lua
milk cow in Pensaco.. -. in Snta layers at 50 ce-ts per hour. Building W*. 18an.
lis1a couu:y, cheap for caFn. Ad- No. 45, Navy Yard. W. C. Kelly. Supt.
dress, G. W. Soi-, Mar.1 EA-her. Sai.'a a, gi w
Ross. County. Fla. 21jrlm*. Saua 8auglw PINE STAVES AND HEADINGS fao
sa Coun, Fla. 2ll.l ANTED-Servant girl at oace for sale. Standard sizes. Prompt ship-
W ED.-Avm girl in need of friend-. general housework. Apply 31gWest meat. T. J. Whitted, Bonifay, Fla.
ship, help, advice, etc., wili fn Pelmont street. 6auglm* 2SJlyl
ready and willing assistance by ap- "
I :r.c "o the .Matron of the Saivation WANTED.-Agents in different coano- FOR SALE CHEAP-My three-year.
.Au a Rescue Home. 33ad St. and ave-I ties in Florida to handle Alpine Safe old Berkshire herd boar, Duke .3
r .. rmt B'rmingham. Al. h. and Lok Co.'s Fire and Burglar Proof- Florida, No. 68,923. Also some 'ae
\\ ..:'iD.--The Mercnants Transfer Safes and Vault itxtures of every young pigs., 1 six-montas-old boar, all
1 r :;t., your moving and hauling. dEcription. Write me for terms, registered and transferred. Carl Set-
A:. tra age guaranteed. T. B. Thor. scarritt Moreno, Penstcola, Fla., Fior- terllnd. Chipley, Fla. 18ly'
on 1'r;: Phone 97& 18junelm. Ida State gent. 281une.
V A: TELD-To buy for cash, a few Any intelligent person may earn WALL TINTS by experts; result
-: :. Aerican National Banki good income corresponding for news. guaranteed. Fairchild and Rice, Phone
a, ,. Satt price. Address J. L. J., pape,-; no canvassing; experience 485. 12julylm:
rF .... 13une2m* unnecessary. Send for partculars.
u- Northern Press Syndicate, Lockport, FUR SALE.-Two pair extra fne
\ i our electric work of aU N. Y. 13oune 3m young mules, sound and in good
.. us clean your faas, re- condition. Also one 2-horse Stude-
S ..,amo, do your wiring etc. -- baker wagon.,W. S. Garfield. 4June.
l' .. :. Pensacola Electric Co.,' For SO alS
corner i. e. .-cia and Baylen streets. FOR SALE-One Choce block on tgf
Uunelm. of tde ridge east of the electric
S rc nm. FOR SALE--eGood paying grocery, railway, between 7th and 8th street.
S,\ ~.Irc ived another heap ren store, living rooms in Nature has favored this section and it
.,:.pW,,n uof imported pure olive o;l, connection. Store doing good cash cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs.
St, :, ai ed in gallons. half gallons business. Household furniture also
Q. Qurarl. lor sale. Reasons for selling, am lear. CHICKEN WHEAT produces eggs
\\ AN1D--The people of Pensacoua ;ny ciiy on account of sickness. Tele- Makes fowls especially well Savored.
to cvai.c vorr: uig. Let The Journal phone 1064. llauglw* The cheapest food to be found. F. .
W\ant Ad.t s,,vc the problem for yoL FOR Si-ALJ- Barber Chairs for sale. i Meler. & Co. Phone 334. oct
,:eyv art cxpe". detectives, and can
tud the trau you a-e looking for i 609 S. Palafox St. lauglm*' OR SAL-At a sacrifice turnlture
:e is Included la the 25.000 or 30.090 FOR SALE-South hf block 211 i store, stock and accounts. Call at
makes the population f ing 400 feet on 13th treetby 1-140 E. ntden .
-sacoaI 127% feet on Bay View Park; also FOR SALE.-1O-room aouse c.rner
1VANT T D-Hauinag and transfer south half of block 212, fronting 400 lo, 3 blocks from Palafot, lot
ork. Ocffe phone C3. Residence feet on 14th St., by 137i, feet on Bay 192 on car ilne. For particulars ,. 9.0. Acosta & White. 22-28 N. View Park. The only p:eperty adjoin. quire of Standard Clothing Co.
Tarragona. ZSclA ing Bay View Park that is now for 29 Jan.
WANT ED--Or;ers for The Journar rale. The beautiful view down the
special Peasacola and Panama Casai bayou and down the bay can never be FOR SALE-Second-hand cash regiel
1ittoa. which will shortly apper. obstructed. A. V. Clubbs. 30Jly ter in perfect condition. Will as:l
Will 4istala half-tone pictures of city tate An sh or or, time A real bargain. Can
harbo and special scenes. 15 ceta FOR SALE.-I am FloridA State Agn be seen at James McHugrh'. 22m
I........ ...I -I., aAi hnd of Safes nd be seen at James McHugh's. 2m

LISES AND GRIPS, all thoroughly
and promptly repaired, it F. B. B-uce's
big repair shop. Send them down.





4 room house, rents $7.00... .... 600;
2 houses, renting $10.00.......... 800
Neat cottage, near Palarox...... 2350
8 houses, renting monthly i
$18.00 .................... $1600 00
5-room cottage. Bast Hill
(New) ................... 1500 00
3-room cottage E. Romana ... 850 00
4 houses renting monthly
$23.50 .................. 1850 00i
10 lots, New City, overlooking
bayou .................... 1750 00
1 Llock, near Orphan's Home 800 00
4 room house, W. Romana....$ 850 00
Real Estate Bought and Sold. Rents
Collected Money Loaned.

204V, S. Palafox, Fiaher Building

and Counsellor
st Government Stre
neral Law Practice.

Thleen B'ld. Pho

ding, 204/2 South
PHONE 525.


One story dwelling on corner lot on East Hill, rents at
$96.00 per year ....................................... 600.00
Two dwellings on large corner lo. North Hayne' street, rent
at $155.00 a year .................. ........ ....$ 750.09
Desirable piece of Water Front property, lot 36; by 160, nlclud-
ing wharf charter. If sold at once .............. ..$8000.00
Two dwellings on West Zarragossa street, gootl renters.. ..$1150.00
70 acres ow land near Powelton, Fla., convenient to railroad..$ 250.00
20 acres of land with one cottage upon same at Brent's Sta-
tion .................................................. .$1200.00
Desirable piece of property with lot 80x100 near Palafox,
street, renting at $800.00 a year. If sold at once ......$6000.00

Special Advertisement
One of the prettiest building lots on desirable corner on North
Hill, with Southern exposure, 187 feet by 150 feet, must
be sold at once .........................................$4000.00

Thos. C. Watson & Co

I WA nt&I r rA8 ICsJVA#I I

" -LEAumDI nIG-EAL o I KIan AI L. A
PIANO TUNING-Am prepared to do Board and Rooms. Cor. Palafox and Gard
tuning and repairing. Guarantee ,
satisfaction. 17 years experience. J,
Ccnrad Scott, 244 E. Gregory. 2Sjullm* FURNISHED cir: unfurnished rooms,
for rent. Apply 317 N. Palafox St
REGULAR MAIL LIN-Good convey. lauglw* DIR TOR Y
ance for traveling public. Daily ser. FOR RENT-Nicely furn.shed rooms, __
vice each way. From uhtpley to Bay. electric light, phone and bath. Large --
head. Address J. M. Tuggle. Chip!ey, front room, with bay window. 10 N. CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL PEN
FIl. 4mle Palafox, Phone 65, 2 rings. 2auglm* There will be a meeting of this
REAL ESTATE. T body on the first and third Wednea-
REAL ESTATE In all parts aPATES want to re. houses, I days of each month at 7:30 p. m. All Trai
You buy the ground and we will ,terms anything dse for Wat delegates are requested to he pres-
Yon buy the ground and Wle l ma~ter. will fnd The Journal Want ent. Z. W. ROBERTS.
build your house on long time par- Ads a great kelp. e. ROBERT
mentu D. Hale Wilson & Co W. L. DELAY, President. 7:1
.. -...... -3BAZY HOTBL--OUpefn alant and day. Secretary. 9:5

Pensacola Lodge No 3, K. of P..
meets every monday evening at 8:0
o'clock at tblir Castle Hall, Blount
Watson building. corner Palafox and
Garden streets Visiting brethren Coe"
dially welcome.

J. H. BREWrON, C. C.
SH. HORSLEk. K. o. R. & R.


den Streets.

For Steam Division
ns leave Ptsacola for the Littl
lyou, 'Big Bayou, Warringto%
Navy Yard. and Fort
Barrancas at-
5am ar t. Barrancas 7:35am
0am ar Ft. Barrancas 10:30an,
Opm ar Ft. Barrancas 1:30pm
Opm ar Ft. Barrancas 4:30pm
5pm ar Ft. Barrancas 7:00pm
Opnm ar Fr. Barrancas *8:501p
;aturdays only.
ns leave Fort Barrancas for
Pensacola at-
0am ar Pensacola 3:40pm
0am ar Pensacola 11:40am
mun. DanPnasaln 9 2 A..

I EMS. ab rV01a 4atsoone svue uu z
AILMA-IER. 7en building. Finder wlil please re- 0 of P ts r 5:15pm ar Pensacous 5:55pr
TAILMAKER. urn to Room 202. ThiCeen Building,; Trrsday evening at 8:00 7:m ar Pensola 745p
J. IL PORTER, Ntl3maker, 719 ftti ? or Journal office. M. L. Wilkinson. n o'ockveingheit C sttl7 *9: 00pro ar Pensn,.,l :45pal
PalatoI street Orders tae f 12 o'clock in their Castle9:OP arersr:45pm
tents awn s. oamp stols ad o12u aug. hat, third floor, Blount- SUNDAY SCHEDUtLE
cats, etc. Prices reasonable. Sleas LO T.-Signet ring, old gold, initials rtsoa building, south Electric car n i, I..,, nsaco!a
D. C. B. Word Ellis on inside. Re-' we:t corner Palafor. &n every hour from t -to 1
every hour from 6 i m. i.:, 10 p. n.
'tard for return to Journal office. Garden streets Vslting knighta rs inclusive, and Satarday n!ght only at
AMoney to Loan. 12aug.lw* cordially we;covied 11 p. m.. and leave L;'b Bayou for
LOST-Memorandum book or pocket B o CERUT;, Pensacola very hour at 7:30, 8:30,
$10,000.00 for loan at 8 per cent in. diary. Reward for reurn to W. C. J. Levy' K. o I andl so on until 10:30 p. m., with the
terest. Apply to Thos. Pebley. Hooton at Escarba Realty Co.'s. 6au Knights of Columbus. exception of the first car leaving P:-
12aug4t. Meetings of the sae ola at 1 a. mni. w:.: ,!li. on r,,
DO YOU WANT to borrow money in LOST-Boy of 15, name Alfred Ren- Knights of Columbus turning, lean the 3! Bayou at 6:20
amounts from 600.00 up? We hav frow. Has mall scar on chin. Left are held at their hall. i a. m o and the 2 p. i. ca.- i;l
No. 8 West Intenden. i -13 Bayou at 2" m.
$10,000.00 to loan at 7 and 8 per cent. Penaeola Jtly 14, premably for Bag- cla street, on every! The nbove r; te we: d. shou;
interest. Thos. C Wataon & Co. 6aug dad to go to work. Notify Miss Luln t Monday evening at!which wl be!n Fr f'. ril e!.
S L Johnson, 625 "Heluberg St., Pensacola. 7:30 o'clok. A n in- r c ca.r will !ve !'earo:a :t
MONBY TO LBi---Oa od tW l s auglm* vitation is extended i 8, 8:50, 9: 0. :501 ': I:5, ')a. m. a tn
at eurtt, or o o to visiting Knights. 12:5, 1 :n. 2:0 3::;o. 4 :. ::5. e',:
at lot rat. Leslie BaIS. JOHN B. JONIS. t, i :m1 1 p. o.. ru::;nin': thl*rr;1i1h :o
Fisher bafldlac. P.fs Die EtM. FOX, Grand Knight the Big BlayrJ. and i :rmr:1iae!y re-
MONhEY bOiNK Sai rarear E Recorder d turning from nDi Banyou to Palmtt:o
M LOAN sD S a l Recorder. Beach will await arrival nf steam
klds t i parablW DR. 0O. IIUCKN R Pensacola. Loge. No. 4,. 0. 0. F. train f:-orn Pensacola a-l will than
sr ly T Wa yo e Pensacola lodge No. 4, I. 0. O. b.., run to Pensacola head of the tra.i
gwme, s* me. J. A. WI ~U 23t W. SPECIALIST meets every Thurseay evening at 7:.qr from Fort Barrancas.
Governamet stnt. 5abullaury bafldia EYE, EAR NOSE AND THROAT. at the new hall on West Ga' ir, The steam :rains wvl! rin as l
-oom I. Meo Offce 7t/ 8. Palafox St. I street. Visiatngs brethren cnr.iin'l- presr-nt. bit will observe this eectri.
MONND e goo Office Hours: 9 to 12 and 3 to 5 invited. T.GK. STINSON, ear schedule an 1 w::l wor: i, cronreo.
ON urY y goo et UeEO L B. R. WITKOVSKI, Secretwry. 'ion wit] it.
went ty Ww aT L CAMPa L REBEKAH M ;Se1GttRS
ar l n A a. PATTILLO CAMPBELL, Naomi 1oge No. 10, Rebah i -
SAAttonyv-atLaw. term meets @we. ,Monday night .
MONEY LOANB, ,B ail kd f V a aw. 8 clock in L O. 0. P. Hall. vis Pensacola, St. Andrews and
sonal property on short aolt Room 405 Thiesen Building. tung sisters cordially invited to e
Terms easy. J. W. Bullard, upstairs present. MISS NEITA M. ELLIOTT. A|ulf Steamship Co
28% South Palatbx St., Phone 1144 TH S, PE LEY, MISS MAMIE PR MAN Secretary.
~- .__--0%-.d. _?- -1 T"-t-.

UINLMITUD amuuat of moe r le lo
on all kinda et permoal property
special rates to buses ma oa lar
loans. The New tork Le.a Co. 804
Soutb Palatae.

Cashman's PawnShko. Attorney
402 S. PALAFOX ST. 108 E"
Watches. Cbains, Rings and all kinds -
if collateral security at lowet rate of 0E0r4
Interest. Bargains Ia unredeeme.
pledges AT
4 nno to loan, n amounts of Reom n50
A10U UU0 $05C0.00 and up at 7 and 8 -

v orWrs K Journa| Oplrc. I nUt ers*t.- --,----. .P rest. Those. C. W atsonW EL. -
ANT^--SecoBn-htand Cor Vaulk Fixtures cf al descriptions DO YU want to b.y or sell anything? per cet. intest. Th C. W n W E
wad cotton seed meal sackd Ot imanutactured by Alpine Safe an A ttie want ad will bring wonderful: &
wt ownshients molictekL Write s Iock Company of Cinclnati, Ohio. results. The cat is too ineigalicent -----
t .hellpr t C Mlitea rlt Communicate with me for prices and to delay. Fi
F t U 20 terms before buying sewhere. Scir- ..- |L. C. PHILLSPS, M.D. Ficher Suil
A B I HAM wat youri movis ritt Moreno, Pensacola, Fia. ;-OR SALE---Fr: -h Lttter, creai.' HOMEOPATHIST.
aadaulAng.Heguarntee ld breakr '2. une. sweet milk, and hbutermilk. 4:- Office at No. 7 S. Palarox. Bloun.
THiE WEST HILL, WOOD YARD can livered at any time of cay. No. 403B Uuiding.
hEiUNd l-sD AJUtNI UjU. Haouts. sppiy you with stove wood. blorks% E Be'n-ont street. lPho.!c 907. 71Jlylmr Office Hour--S:30 to 11 a m.. and r,
hoid ALUclea. Jewelry aad ssy Ble woo t wood, p. kno3s i. I .o o .p. m. J
ab;e Articl wanted. We pay caat k kindln. Rit hoe 10. K C. FOR SALE--A W\iia-s Trypi;ri:'r,' Resl .lnce. 10 North Pa:nfor. Phone
tor It Addrea P. O. n t 33. City. William. proprietor. car. Q St.. and in fnst-class crmditicn Pric $30.0.. 65-lto rings. Office !hona: 65.
1?lE eapo Jakcra f Emay l The Fisher Rel Estate A.n-.. C;u; Su~lD:-s--SuAUt t; cali ,R crn S, Dr
8pec:.t&y and your busin#e wll .
have careful attentia. D. Hale WU*i 1
"?t & Co. I

Live Oak Camp no. 1, W. O. W..
1A. meets in Pythian Hall 1st and 3r'. W. G. BARROW, Master.
Wednesday in each month. Visiting FIRET-CLASS .PASSENGER AND
sovereigns cordiaUly invited.
LESLIE E. BROOh., Cierk. -Betwee--
atLaw O Grove, Lodge No. 4, Woodmen's PENSACOLA, MOBILE, APALAO
et. Circle. meets every Tharsday at 3 p COLA, CARRABELLE, ST. AN
n. Visiting sovereign cordially nvnt DREWS, MILLVILLL
ed. MRS. M. B. OLSEN, And all points on St. Andrews 0
LL LLLLIS BRANUM, Guardian. Carrabelle and Apalauhicela,
ne 734 M. B. A. No. 81 meets firs: and Leave Pensacola Sunday, 8:0 '
S third Wednesday evening at 7:0 p. for Mobile, Ala.
m., Rafford Hall. No. 10 West Intea m.eave Pensacola, Tuesday. 8:f
TH, dencia Street. .. for St. Anllews, MllvlUe, Ap,
A. G. F' LL, Pres. laceicola, Carrabelle and intermediate
.T. .L. SWIENEY. Bee. points.
Palatox ---- --- - - For additional information apply *)
D. WRIGU T & UV Gen. Frt. and Pass. Ag.t
-nnftr. r Pensacola, Fa.
Mannfacnr tireri of

WJ. S. TILLER, and Dtalers In
ront Dulldix3. Phone, 86. DRIED SAPS.

MO) RENT-Iorraine House, corner
F-'" and Belmont street. Apply
S tart,: ( 12jul
i~t RENT-A 7-room hiuse on Big
h :n.... lu hed for the summer;
o ", f" ;,,it: large yard. shade
', id,- ~e rania. servams' quar-
t'- n':,n' nitchbhrhood. near car
S \ r nt cheap. Address 497.
"a. 30J1ly
F: !:" --Office rc-m with show
AP' Apy at 34 S. PalafoL
I 9j ly l tm
S.C;N --N\e flve-room cottage
:ne. corner I.E:h street and
S Irqure a: Tur:on's Photo
CI "
I .. RENT--Res.dence lately or
Pp.tu t, r Dr. W. Hall. No. 111 W.
S:A.: Appiy to R. M. CaL'y
U S Palafox street 7)une
l,; KU:.T-Twaty-rootm koau, eb.-
' LBarrack and Zarraossa a
- f'o*"tr boarding hos. a App.
-5 L J. SMo o, 216 Eaut S.rr
4868L 2Mmt

For Rent.
The W n. Johnaon home on North
Palafox street. Ten rooms, steam
heat. and al modern conventiencl. the
most desirable residence for rent in
the city. Can be leased for a term of
three years.
315', South Palafox, up-stairs,
suitable for club or offices.
705 South Palafox.
207 East Government.


Six dczirab!: biildfnr lota at


A Nice Home, 505 E, Gadsden, 7 rooms, at


We Advertise Frec.

For I


715 North Baylen .............. 40.3
Cottage on Ba..- Shore ........ 25.00
304 North Spring ..............25.00
House near Perdido Wharf .... 2000
21 West Romana ............. 20.00
314 East Strong ............... 17.50
105 East Romana ........... 17.50
806 West Main ............... 15.00
Dwelling Near Stoddarts...... 12.50
813 North 7th avenue .......... .00
211 N 9th Avenue ............. 10.00



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We have $10,000.00 which we can loan in amounts
$5000.00 up, at 7 and 8 per cent., according 'o size of loan.


TAIIjb U U-'-. l, umona,oa T1lort.! European plan. Rooms light sad
Gent's clothing cleared, pressed and clean. Transient trade 'ollcted, 175
repaired on short otice No. N. 11'* 79 South Palafto. Jos. S. NI-olau.
West Governmeat Lt. Pensacola. F14 prop. (0ov.

CENTS per head. we wil haul out LOST
dead horses, cows. etc. Leave orders
at U1B at Intendencia. Herring T-- or n h
I. OST.-Notanr- eal near or in Thie-

PHONE 659.

WS i I MANP~1~a~( n~YLIPl





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CUPID,,, ROST. L., E ANerme aL, L.tles adi nt's Clothing
CUPID, ROBT. L. E., NANCY AND Announcement was made yesterday and loan association; mattress facto- HACKMEN MUST PAY STATE Prof. Brandenburg believes that by dyed a repred. Goods
EDNA S., at the office o' the late William Zeig- ry; chair factory. AND COUNTY LICENSE. this method he will be able to practi- and delivered.
ler, in Mhis city, that the members of A nagging wife, a furnace Mem.pbis-4100,000 coal and coke call avoid all loss by spring and sum- ABELL FINCH, PRC
the Hiala party will be brought back that won't draw, or a perverse comlpaty. Judge Carter yesterday decided a rrer freshets m the four states men- 140 E. overnme
an be charter by the hour, day or to this country and sent to their collar button are drawbacks to Mrfresboro---Cotton gin. test caso in the criminal court, in tined. Phone No. 163. Pensac
Xreek. Terms, reasonable. ho r-. When that has neen done, nu a man's morals and a mellow. Knoxville-$20,000 sand and lime which the hackmen of the city are in.
Fishing Tackle and Cooking Uten- further attempts backed by the Zeig- disposition. company. treated, and in giving his opinion he Asthma Sufferers Should Know This.
s furnished i desired. ler estate will be made to reach the But a Shirt that doesn'tt Columbia-5,000 implement factory. decided that hackmen were as much Foey's Honey and Tar has cur
,Noi,n puie. am the executors ha.ce no does more to rack hi aen s Shelbyville-$20,000 electric light required to pay a license as a party wmny cases of asthma that were con-
PHONE 204. Wdeire to continue the work of Arctic system and mae a mental and plant engaged in ay other business or pur- Mr. Adolph Be-RST AND
exploration. moral wreck of him than all of Clarksville $10,000 carbonating suit. ing, 701 WestM. P. O & C,
SFT. NIE II CONGORESS WILL ~ the other troubled put togafher. company. The case was brought before the lowa, writes:"Aeverecoldentratedo MearU s
S II CEREAL CONOR9 WILL The only redeeing ure Texas. court by the arrest of James Stal!- twelve ago was nelected until itRE C
MEET AT PORTLAND AUG.16. about a bac, Shirt is that it is Burleson-$20,000 hardware cor- worth for doing business without a finally grew into asthma The best VTOCK FEE,
OWNER. easy to get rid o and stay rid pany. license, the hackmen having decided medical skill available could not give tLy yo u meal u d stock f
By Associated Press. of it. We havw plenty of doUle, Sweetwater--4500.000 construction to allow one of their number to be me more than temporary relief. Fole the ome a.s aturer, ena
Portland. Ore., Aug. 11.-The pre- friendly, obedient, peaceful company. arrested upor this charge in order to Honey and Tar was recommended and3 oe adle couribe
liminary work incidental to the six- Shirts that a man learns to love Granbury-$10,000 cotton gin. test the law., one fifty-cent bottle estirely cured me!sbo, i d r mo
teenth annual session oz the trans- for the pleasure sad conmot Katy-$20,000 rice mill. This applied to the state and county of asthma which had been growing on
Mississippi cereal congress which they give him. Dallas--16,000 electric company; licenses, and the proceedings were in- me for twelve year, and f I ad taken
convenes in this city Aug. 16, has The new patterns are teed4 $30,000 building company; $500,000 stituted several months since. All it at the isart I wonld Wve ben
That Eas) been completed. Prominent among handsome. Come, skim the electric light plant. hackmen out tas a result of tired l ecslon, saved years of serving. W A
the speakers who have assured Secre- cream while the stoek is fresh. Houston-450,000 oil company. wil tae out the required license. D'Alembet, drg and apothecary
tary Francis of their intention to be 50c, $75, $1.00. El' Paso-Silk mill. ----M i#a*#4W4* .
feeli1 Around present are Governors Mfeare, of Rising Star-$6.000 cotton gin. T IA Lt T R
Washington; Chamberlain. of Oregon; --- anta Maria-$10,000 irrigation com-TOLD A L TTER .
Yo r Neck Pardee of Calitorvia: Mickey, of y. BUSINESS LOCALS. f t
r Nebraska, and Brady, of Alaska, and Fort Worth-Concrete stone com- -- Mr. I. S. Brown, Manaer, ll
is but the natural result life. W hy Pay Meore? y $25,000 neand elevator o July 30th to be
of Coars ad Shirts t hefe ature of the ppny.ram, that of Hendfix & Carpenter wilI furnish This is to acnowlodge receipt of
The feature of the discussedprogram, that of Waxahachie---elan company. estimates on building and painting check No. 29586, of the Mutual Ifeu
being laundered by Mr. Theodore Wileo, president of, Humble-Telephone company. and give personal attention to work. Insurance O( psay of New York, for se un i u
Sthe congress, Ron. John Barrett, H n 932 Strong, and 824 Esit ARu $2000. beInoag the u cl held byll
The StarSteam merican repre ative of the Uni- 0 ANDenison- $150,000 ,cotton mill co- ....... win C'. Dn" n .
-T e Star Steam ted States at Colambla, and Mr. Jamse' psny. MKnsle eting & wholesale beea forwarded t o the
Laundry raiay*. Joe GW Nobedd. CASH CLOTm R Virginia. and retail ship chandlers and grocers, b y wtwoyewa.
Laun reformer secretary of the interior and NewportNews--Water works. the only firsa t-l. air prices of th kind I cheerful de F. M. WILLIAMS,
the first vice-president ot the congress 0 -4West Virginia. compaoy. Fi p o. to tho-e er .... IsONTRACTOR AND BUIL
SIT L. OGise S. Pne 114 who will preste upon te discussion Keyser-4200,00 brewery. Why use Inferior paper, when you are. aad pr t Wim. re ur OPea Broanaham blMng
s. po. orient.1 W d wll address the C et May-10,000 oil company. can buy K .o Bond. Freenh Dimay, . r ta toPMI_ Bat.tnt i o l
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CHANGED TO the purpose. New York 2, Chicago 1.TheCentral Li
S rCOOL ONES By Associated Press. Chattanooga, Tenn., Aug. 11.- Boston 5, etroit 2.
COOL Ov,. Seattle, Wash., Au. l1.-When the The Tradesman's list of new -- .
Kanagwa Maru left Kobe on her last tries established In the southern National League. a s a lower deat rat lower expense rate. and b
If you wear a pair of voyage to Seattle thefe were more states for the week ending Wednes- _m Cicinati 1, Boston 4. laterest rate thn any company doing buaine. a Fl,
celebrated than eighty ships either at the docks' py appear two concerns capitU U fl D UOK SOtf L s 1, ew York 7 bould be esyor t oy to decide the reooklyn2.
._,HAfi,.NAM'S OR of that port or lying in the offing with seven figures-a mining comlapamy i L .:.u1 o
,ANAN'SOR awaiting their opportunity to dis- in North Carolina, representing $1,00. P C. L JohnSavL t* Pittsaburg 1, Philadelphia 0.
CROSSETT SHOES. I charge their cargoes which, for the 000 capital, and a lumber and invest- south Atlantic Leae W illim
'most part, consisted of cotton. This ment company in Oklahoma with PSouth Atlantc cLeague. r
They're cool and thor- commodity according to Capt. Wale of 500,000 capital stock: Texas come to Ja, c'-sonlle 0, Maoon 0, (ten in-
oughly comfortable. the Kanagwa is crowding every ware- the front with a very large list of dl- Aiings, game called on account of dark-
bouse along th.t water front of Kobe versified new industries, among which mm ENr TINE STll ness.) ....
HAAN'I, $5 and $6. and is overflowing into the field which is a construction company capitalized URPENTINESTILLS. .. ... A u....."..
i R ET $ andextends back from the town. at $500,000. In the list which is made Columbia 8, Charleston 1. ililWiillilllIi*itli%% 33%"%~
CROISS $3 and $4. i ,. Shortly before the departure of the, up of official reports from the several MCMillan ... CO. a.AOOX .
SKanagwa, a fire started in this vast states, appears a gratifying array of M Hanr II o ., illr r W orks and S l C
amount of cotton and before it could new investments, the most notable, per- Manufacturers, I II On W orks and S uy
be extinguished had destroyed some haps, being in the development of lum- MOBILE, ALABAMA.
CJh n I/h tO 20,000 bales. Capt. Wale stated that her, iron, coal and textile Interests. U Manufacturers and Repairers of
John W hiteI :ie loss was scarcely noticeable to the. Several new electric light plants are M MACHINERY AND BOILERS
S to and BO casual observer, and that the space| reported also this week. This list as l M A A w K w T S V-R. FORGIN S, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLII
Outfitter to Me and B i:n which the burned cotton had been! authorized by The Tradesman M Aa "1 VESSELS IN .ROr. A SPECIA, LToY,2 ,
20 J.C27 S, P Iw '"as filled almost immediately with follows: ARK B T, Steamship. STEAMSHIP M.rEAIRS A SECIALTY
2v-7 Pala-ox. s other bales which were discharged! Alabama.h Prompt attention given to all orders, day or Bight. A
Phone 225. 1:om other ships The greater part of Union Springs-$15,000 fertilizer Naval Stores Ma-ket. Blakemoor, Br Brun 240 for James McKay & Co.s celebrated Log and Timber Do
this cotton is American product, al- factory. Savannah, Ga., Aug. 11.--the naval Spezia to Pensacola Lumber Co. Chains of all descriptions.
though a small portion is from India. Mobile--$20,000 saw mills. stores market closed to-day as fol- Bruno Menzell, Ger sa, Frederick- Office Phone 123. PHIL WITMAN,
Capt. Wale stated that a large amountI Montgomery-$5,000 bottling works. lows: en, ew Orleans to the W. S. Keysr idence Phone 1029. P.
of cotton-weaving machinery is being, Annlston-Lumber company. WW ........................ 5 15 .1.. %..%%l4%.l.. E X CrI N S installed in Japan and that the manu- Carrollton-$10,000 lumber com- WG ....................... 4 85 Cartha, Br ss, Johnson, 541, Ua.
facture of cotton fabrics is rapidly be- pany. NN ........................445 DulceBrto xpos, Harrison, 1285, Paro r .-.llllllllll
coming a great Industry in the land' Arkansas M.............................4 24 to J. A.Mlerr ritts& Co. 1
ef the Mikado. Luxora-Electric light plant. K .......................... 4 15 Gracia, Span s, Ruiz, 2122, Tampa
Cotton Pant 5 cotton gin. I .........................4 12 to Gulf Transit T ER S NO F SS ABOUT IRE BUILDING
unr D lS snor Dardanelle-Electri, li ht plant. H..........................4 10 Gustav Adolph, Swed as, Sjoberg,E
JOHN DAVIS SHOT Prson-800,000 railroad shops. G ............................ 05 1486, Sydney to H. ars& Co.
Jonesboro-450,000 investment com- P ............................3 95 Hermine Aust ss, Hreglich, 2614,
AT BLO NTSTOW N Florida. .......................... 3 Port Tampa to Gulf Transit Company. WITH A GAS RANGE IN YOUR ITC
will run her regular DeIand-4as plant. 0 ...........................3 30 Homewood, Br ss, Jorgensen. 1263,
.muday excursions Sunday, as follows: St. Augustine-410,000 laundry. Spirits Turpentine, 60% cents. N omis A s Serry 245
Leave City at 10 a. m. for Station. CHARGE FROM SHOTGUN, ACCI- ordea-Electoric light plant YorkCotton Market dnastoorder. ITS SUCH A COMFORT AND MAKES
Leave Station at 1 p. m. for Pea- DENTALLY DCARGED, Thomasvil-lectrc light plant. New York August 11.-The cotton Pensacola, A as, O Leary, 1086,IF WORTH IVN
acols.Griffin-100.000 cotton mills. market opened quiet ani firm at an ew means oWGulf Tr Co. N 19
Leave Pensacola 3 p. m. for Station. LODGED IN HIS BACK Macon-$25,000 distillery, advance of 1@4 points, and shortly af Queenswood, Br as, Neville, 1694
Leave Station 4 p. m. for Gulf and Monroe-25,000 electric light plt terward increased the gain to 5@8 Philadelphia to Pensacola Lumber Co. -
rf-Jn to Station. AND MAY PROVE Monroe-$25,000 electric light plant- terward increased the gain to 5@8 Soperga Ital as, Gustavino, Baltit -
SS n m. fr Pensacola.AND MAY PROVE Atlanta-$25.000 tool company, points on the active months on seat- soper Itl a Gustavino, Balt-
Parties can stop at Station on first FATAL. Surrency--Grist mill. tered covering and a little demand moret to Gulf Transit C o. 2300,
trip. Wadley---Cotton g. face of continued good weather, talk TeeforaAO L A A S Bena,291
Refreshments served on board at Special to The JournalInd Okemah n Teito. ofncreas ing new crop receipts and Liverpoolto Pensacoer 27 Eat Garden Street Phone 14
reasonable price-s. Blountstown, Aug. 11.-A shocking Mounds---as plant. bBes. Offersinincreasg on the adI NoVi Br as, McArthur, 1408, ,itil ltlllltllllilllllllllllllllllfitll
FARE FOR ROUND TRIP, 50CENTS. t rred a few miles south Davis-Electric light pfant vance with New Orleans a moderatalar.H e __,_.
of town yesterday. Mr. Wyley Kent, Marlow--20,000 water works., eller, and prices toward the middle Ba ...
CHILDREN, 25 CENTS. while handling an old-time shotgun, Ke'tuoky. of the morning worked off from the Hudson, Nor bk, Knud.-en, 771, Lon-
by some unaccountable means discharg. 'Frankfort-430,000 lumber company. best, but the tone seemed fairly don to order. fLOOD f0RICAST
ed it, the contents lodging in the bacK Middlesboro-420,000 cool company. steady, about 4@5 points over last Magellan, Nor bk, Moller, 1148, Rio
C SI ATE E of Mr. John Davis, below the shoulder Paducah-4100,000 cotton mills. night's prices. Janeiro to Southern States Lumber
blade. Dr. Rhoden, of this place, was Parmleysville-$25,000 oil com- Co. I LO A
LAUNCH STEPHEN called to attend Mr. Davis. The Doc- pany Thomas. lta bk, Garro. 80, to C. B.
tor found the wound to be a dangerous Catlettsburg-lumber company vestment company: $10,000 mining Calero. Special to The Journal. Ne d(1 Have N0 Terror sfr
one, but hopes to pull the patient Louisville-$150,000 ovelty con- company; $10,000 machinery compa- Do nna Chrisinaoonersn,est unique departments ever estab-
Mil WIW LUNG. through, but At will require close at- Donna Christina, Am sch, Axelsen, most unique departments ever on p R
tention as the parties were so near Monticello--Ellectric light plant $20,000 lumber company. 15, Belize to master lished by the government weather
each other that the wads and clothing Goodman-Saw mill Webb City--410,000 quarrying com- Hjalmar, Am sch, Axelsen, 55, Key bureau and one which has been of
were driven deep into the wound. Louisiana. Joplin $99830 zinrc company; West to Gulf Transit Co. more assistance to the residents of
Open to charter by private parties Both parties are well known. Mr. New Orleans-- 0,00 cotton and mines; $50,000 mining company. Jennie S. Hall, Am sch, Watts, 388, the district affected than any other
r thing trips, bathing, or other Kent who did the shooting, is an old cotton gin company nk nnngfactory. Boston to order, ever tried, is the flood forecast service IS THE ONLY POSITI
summer recreation. ps, man and is prostrated over the sad Arcadian omand milling om company. Franks---Canning t- matoryess assel Am ch Reynolds 1225 Bal- organized in this state a year ago PREVENTIVE AND
occurrence Mis i Kansas City-$5,000 mattress fac- timore to master, under the direction of F. H. Branden-
occurrance.MNelson M. Atwood, Am sch, Watt. burg, district foreCa ter.
..._. Miss Callie Russ, daughter of Mr.I Gulfport--425,000 ice and cold stor- tory. Nel on M Atwood. Am sch t bur district orecaster.
H. Ben. Russ, one of the leading cit- ae lant North Carona 653, New York to order. This year the service extended to
izens of Blountstown, gave a birthday i a ion-$200,000 Invetment co North aromina. Ships, southeastern Colorado and Northern
formerly ship's boat for S shsocial last evening, which was large-' an00,000 Mount Olive--Gin and manufactur- Agostine Terrizano, Ital ship, Cu- New Mexico. Fifteen rainfall stations
cruiser !sla de Luzon, one of Dewey's iy attended. Ail the young folks had Port Gibon--Cotto gn. Ing company. nera 1170. Liverpool to master. were established in various parts of
Port Gibson--. i,.. Jiisrict, aii reporting to the cen-
prize captures, a please time and Miss Callie re- Hattiesburg-4125,000 telephone sys- Asheville-$10,000 churn factory. TO START WORK OF THE tral office at Denver. the cenONLY 50 CENTS PER
ceived many nice birthday present. te. utherordtonVeneerng faory. CONGRESS OF MOTHERS. As a result of the system, the farm-
Phiadelpha $30,000 omprs, Morganton---41,00,000 mining com- rs along all rivers in the district
^ W ILL MARRY A ,,,lh and ice company.
WILLanMARRYo AmPhiladelphia, Aug. 11.-To start the floods five days in advance of theSOLD AT NICK APOSTLE
portable boat in the bay. SOUTHERN GIRL storage 000company.0o mi and fr- Oklahoma. rational work in seven states is thd n r th waters. t o TAURANT.
--- Meridian-25.000 cotton compay. pany; $25,000 development company; interest of the varied work of the the height of which the water would Manutactured by
y A ilatd P. xington-$7,000 laundry $150.000 cotton compreoss. national congress of mothers, which .'. In consequence the damage from
AX KLEN . OWNER. By Aust -r s of te Pass Christian-5.000 laundry. Oklahoma City-$2.500,000 lumber began today with the departure from freshets in that district this spring BOSO MEDICINE MANUF
MAX KLEIN, . OWNER. New York, August ll.-News of the MIstan-,000 laundry and improvement company. this city of Mrs. Frederick Schoff, and summer has been less than $10,-! CMP
PETER VERDICHIA, CAPTAIN. rescue of Anthony PFlala, head of the Misou i. president, and Mrs. Fdwin C. Grice, i900, whereas last year it amounted to ING COMPANY,
second Ziegler expedition in search Butler-420,000 building and loan South Carolina. secretary of the national organization, more than $3.000.000 and resulted -. PENSACOLA, FLORID
PHONES, 358 and 1070. o the annorth pole yesterdamily n caused op is-418.000 Investment m. Beaufort-Ice factory. The two leader will go directly over- ;he tying up of railroad traffic in some
theBrooklyn of his engagementt by h is familyss pny; $200,000 machine wat ; $10,- Ridge Spring-$40,000 warehouse land with brief stops at Chicago and instances for weeks. So successful U n
Brooklyn of his engagement to M i co y. Denver to Portland, Ore., where the ias been the experiment that the L fC
Clara Puryear of Nasville. Tenn. 000 investment company; $15,000 in- Aiken-$100,000 development corn- first public meeting will be held on weatherr bureau has now extended the
The southern gri promised on the day --- pany. August 18 for the organization of y.vstem to cove' all of Colorado, Wy-
CAPTAIN Flala's expedition sailed to be his ..Anderson--S150,000 shoals company, workers and for the alscusslon of ju- o'nlng, New Mexico and the greater
bride, but the engagement was kept a Tennessee venile court methods, the anti-Mormon *'a:*t of Utah. get C l aningi 8 I
., --v, ncnNn i secret pending news of lIs return. m r" S. movement, child study, the care of de. This entire territory w!ll within the or
BE lJl E U NDSOlI The explore: first met Miss Puryear | Shi TrOubles CagIe-Sw mill. fective children and the co-operation nxt few months be dotted at frequentirk
eight years ago when he visited Nash. Bristol-Wagon factory; building of home and school. The meeting will htervals with rainfall stations, each wwS
LAUNCHES viile with a troop of Brooklyn cavalry, Cured H and contracting company ;lumber comrn- be under the au.pices of the Home' in charge of a competent man who MEMBERSHIP RAT
which took part in the New York cer- pany w Trainipg association of Portland. will keep constantly in touch bv wire MOINTH.
emonies at the Tennessee exposition. Nashville-Cement works; building -.-- ,,.,h h* ... ,al f,,,b i, rD ..M-..ONT. .









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