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 24, 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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T H E WEATHIMR: Occasional
showerb Thursday amd probably
Friday; light south winds.



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NO 204.






,le Yariation in the New Or-
leans Yellow Fever Sit-


Repoed to Health Authorities
During Yesterday.


An Occasion for Hilarity.




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By A-oclated Prma.
,RitAZ; OF THE DISEASE. New York, Aug. 2.-A full grown
lion, which escaped from her cage in
a pleasure park near Vailesburg, N.
J., caused a panic last night in a
By Associated Pres. crowd of 5,004. including many wo-
S4~., ;.c* s *. ges-wpI- men and children, who had gathered
to watch the exhibition given by A
\. i)rs. ans ,. 23.-The ;:ck bicyclist.
,r *o lock to- When news of the animal's escape
a ,oiowS spread there was a wild -;.mpede fur
S. -;-.- 3: tryal cates to -! the streets, which lasted nearly tit-
teen minutes. Dozens of women and
at .: t,roal deaths children were knocked down and
S! bruised, while scores of men hal
'\. itai fi 352. -i their clothes almost torn off, but so
S.:..: *r.:aTment 312. tar as could be learned n'ne was se-
riously hurt. Excitement prevailed
^. .t.- until it was found that ic mate ot
the lion, which was roarng in has
.* 1 -There w-s cage. had gone in an opposite direc-
fr,,m 'he steady tion from the crowd. By that time,
... ;,: tek in ;he however, everyone had fed from the
., onditionpark or was crowded into the ex-
Conditions treme eastern and northern ends of
,r .;- no tendency the thirty acre tract and ready for
;, another dash at the Art sign of dan-
\\ I'- .- Souchn ger. In spite of the fat that the
: !iaal:h and oerl lioness was at large and its exact'
: . "-.: vith Governorl cinaion seemed to hold many of the:
,* -.:gE.-'non and r~-'crowd within the park until a iar ej
S heio wished 'o force of men drove them away. Im-'
...- : ,xar, tat in mediately after the escape of the.liona-
C: r-. T.'i ess her trainer organized a hunting
.",,.. :... srred, part of nearly 200 men armed with
'. ,,.,:in- vi'.;-Iaanin- ani guPns and clubs. The animal was lo-
... a:, ,, cin.lhuniraie any cted' several times and attempts were
:, ,.: :. Th. pa -'.. nrade by shooting and shouting to
i, a ThI',r" .'ncc would bt'.: re her toward her cage. Finally,_
.... ,.,. .!':a:ion -:' r a chase laying more than two'

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hours the beast was cornered an
di ivn back into her cage which hasI
been carried to the spot.

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f',.r :hr' day.s in.
. :. n i' "' AT CONEY ISLAND
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Why this Joyous Joy of Mr You-N,Mee in bothtese pictures?
Wel, if you evr went on a vacation and was a tg one, yAud k w.





Electric s
n day acco
ed by lIi
A house an
I were eac
score of
M burned o
I ins were

a, Aug. 23.-A heavy *.
storm here at noon to- *
mpanied by hiCh wind *
in one man being kill- #
ghtning. The Kimball *.
nd the State Capitol ,
ch struck twice ana' a
electric street cars *
out. Numerous awn-
Sblown down and Z
iweive nunure *eiepiiuie i-

....... ..!w twelve nundred telephones r
S*.",.rhl .Ilthor:n' -s By Associated Press. were burned out. Many build- -
Sr New York, Aug. 23.Twenty p, Min d b a Young AmericA ngs were flooded. Seven- ;'
ann.'t 1, flushed Cr sons were injured, some of them very'" J UIenths of an inch of rain fell In
seriousl, in a collision between two ten minutes. The damage is i-
trains in one of the Brooklyn Rapid Soldier at Benicia Barracks estimated at many thousand .'
FIRE TREATE E ; Transit terminals at Coney Island j dollars.
RiL i LAILT D early today. The injured were hardly and Weighs ut Half
removed to the hospital before most X ltR iCJt-!tt**M ~WH
rO DtSTROY TOW N of them were able to go home. Pound.
The wreck was caused by a train
entering the terminal and striking By A d Pe BASEBALL
B A" :-ated Prs, a crowded one about to leave for the By Associated Press.
city. Windows were broken, the first San Francisco, August 23.-A deB.,
:-s' 23.-A fi' car was partly smashed and the over- Patch to the Examiner from Benlcia
Theatened heed wire5 broken. Palling wires says: A new wireless instrument August 23
S'rok ,,out hv-e coming in contact with the tracks sea, weighing but a pound and a half a'4t
v n una'.r con- up thick asses of sparks and there having stood extensive tests showing
: dn'- s a w: pani' c among ne passed, better results than the more cumbe By Associated Press
a-.. I:nur g s, during which many women were some machines now in use has beea
rs during ywomenpweed under foot. invented at the Benicia barracks ). Southern League.
am :rpled under foot. Southern League.
Hugh Annis. a young soldier of t.e
::- rd .Cov- signal corps. The machine has tran:'- Montgomry 3, Atlanta 1.
R SID N HAS mitted and received messages from In Atlanta: Mmphis 4, New r-
Mare Island and the Yerba Buena a- leans 3, inning hreveors.)t 7
OPT PRIC S FOR time after time. rhe apparatus At Chtt : hee t
is now being used at the barracks and Little Rock 3, first game.)
has et with high comme-dation from Shreveport 11, Little 2, (second
thfCO Scials of the signal corps. game.)Birmingham 6, (first
CO TO A D SEEDBy Asociated P fly walking on the outside of e Nashvie 8 Birmingham 6, (rst
Mobile. Aug. 23.-A telegram from bo can be distinctly heard throu g game.)
President Roosevelt says he has madel the ceiver at a distance of several Nashville 3, Birmingham 8, ( second
11 A&e~c ated Prees. no change in the plans for his south- feet, while if placed on the ground the game.)
The G ortra ern trip this fall. Tils is interpret'di machine will record the footsteps 3
S : 'o:, Asso to mean that he will keep appoidt- a man walking a hundred or more feet American League.
r- 'ilu'i s tna? -i nnts as far south as Mobile. away The materials used in the con- Detroit 4, Washington 5.
Srx s than structlon of the instrument are simple. Cieveland 4, Bistn 7, (first game).
: :.:- :ti, PRICE OF RUBY STONES Annis is a graduate of a polytechnic Cleveland 2, Boston 1, (second
; or o:Ton,. INCREASES 5 PER CENT. school at Terre Haute, Ind, in electri- game.)
-' 'A 'll n'-, f !t :- v ifcai engineering. St. Iouis 5. New York 0, (first game)
: neng By Associated Prae. St. Louis 0, New York 1, (second
New York Au- s --Dimond im. A- -

Sa- : r. he crop ,po-ter of the Maiden Lane district
r for ex :.< erday received notice by cable
o ,. ."ar another advance of 5 per cent had
..:.c: -r. anfI oiner tl, on made bl- the London syndicate
.-,! irs-cd ,lc 4, the price of ruby stones. The rise
will affect all grades and sizes.
STher were four advances last year
Co-d ally Received. of per cent and no advance January
S A c. 23 --ilD- i of this year.
'- : Anmericar, Russian Detroyer Floated
'" r de;ial to Tokio. Aug. 23.-The Japanese re-
S, .. mn h t was cor- floa ed :he Russian torpedo boat de-
F:royer Silni at Port Arthur yesterday.

H uite Men Murdbred;

%Murderer Killed by Posse

Prees. 'hen fled and took reue a house
-In a dispute which a posse srranded *ad de-
S*r a neg-u' handed his surrender. T, e aro r-
't ner, eu at the osse killing G. Talle, a aw
Ite, aeil owner. The po5 Wbro aa ek-
eriously trance aad the agsle's h4 wasa *Eter-
agio wards 80aadg iMd a .WIa IOIIL




By Associated Press.
Saratoga, Aug. 23.--!'rederick A.
peckham. Indicted for complicity lu
-he Department of Aericulture cotton
report scandals, was arrested here to-
day and arr-a!nel before. the Unit-d
States Commission r. The examina-
tion adjourned till tomo-row and in
default of $12,000 ball, Peckham was
lodged in ail.

Chicago 3, Philadelphia 1, (first
Chicago 2, Philadelphia 4, (second

National League.
New York 7, Pittsburg 2.
Boston 2, St. Louis 6.
Brooklyn 10, ChicaEo S.
Philadelphia 6, Cincinnati 9.
South Atlantic League.
Jacksonville 6, Charleston 1.
Columbia 4, Macon 7.
August 4, Savannah 1.




Negro Who Was Seen Following
Victim Placed Under Arrest
and Identified Pos-

By Associated Press.
Chicago, Aug. 23.-The police today
made a number of arrests in connec-
tion with the murder of Mrs. Effie
Mize, who was shot on Washingtc'i
avenue, Hyde Park. last night by a
robber. All of the suspects exceptltigi
one were released. This man was a'
negro named William Racey, who had
been a waiter at the Holland Hotel.
He was positively identified by two
maids employed at the Del Prado Ho-
tel as a man whom they saw follov-
lowing Mrs. Mize. Both girls knew
the man well, having worked with him
in hotels. He was not positively
identified by Mrs. Wilson, a compan-
!on of Mrs. Mize. last night.



By Associated Press.
New York. Aug. 23.-George J.
Gould was elected president of the
Wabash railroad by the board of di-
rectors before he sailed recently for
Europe, says the Herald. News ot
ais election to succeed Jos Ramsoy
was obtained only yesterday. when ii
was stated that on his return M'.
Gould would become president of t'0i
Wabash system.
Mr. Gould is the present head ot
the Missouri Pacific, but his electio-i
to the Wabash is not rega-ded as :&n
indication that he will ho!:l all of thti
Gould lines. Edward T. Jeffrey will
it is understood, remain president of
the Denver and Rio Gran le and the
Western Pacific.


and if yo find one want ado day worth answering, the total
of gain at the end of a year will surprise you.
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Evidence Brought Out that Big
Firms Offered Heavy Bribes
to Secure the

By Associated Pres.
Columbia, S. C., Aug. 23.-The leg-
islature committee, investigating the
affairs of the South Carolina 4ispen-
sary, today recalled Commissioner
Tatum, who declared the law requir-
ing all goods to be analyzed absu-b
as necessitating the opening of every
F. M. Nixon, commissioner in 1895,
testified that he demanded a five per
cent. rebate from every concern from
,which he purchased whiskey. During
his eleven months incumbency he said
the rebates amounted to $20,000 which
he turned into the state treasury He
said he was offered $30,000 by a Balti-
more firm for a portion of the dispen-
sary business. A Cincinnati house
also offered $10,000 for patronage,
both of which offers were refused.
Witness was called on to produce the
correspondence with a C'hattanooga
firm which sold corn whiskey to the
dispensary but refused and was given
until tomorrow to produce the letters
or be imprisoned fo contempt of court,



By Associated Press.
St. Louis, Aug. 23.-Policeman rank
H. Spanning is dead at his home In
this city. Friends of the deceased say
he never fully recovered from an !il- which started at the dedication
of the World's Fair, when he was as-
signed to duty to watch the home of
President Francis, where President
Roosevelt and former President Cleve-
land were guests. Spanning was
caught in the rain and stood all night
without protection. He 'ontracted a-
severe cold and his throat and lungs
were left in such condition that ne
could not withstand the attack of bron-
chitis which came several days ago.


Met Wednesday But Took Imme-
diate Adjournment to


No Reply Received to the Presi-
dent's Suggestion.


By Associated Pros.
Portsmouth, Aug. 23.-The morning
session of the peace conference was
a complete blank so far as develop-
ments were concerned. Thee was no
show of hands and in reaettty, not
even an actual session of the plenipo-
tentiaries. The meeting was given up
to an attempt by the secretaries to
settle disputes which arose as soon
as the consideration of protocols be-
gan. It was claimed by each side that
corrections which should have gone
into the French text and the Ekglish
translations, had not been made, and
time was given the secretaries to ad-
Just differences, and at a formal ses-
sion In the afternoon final corrections
were to be maa'e in the text and trans-
lation. The disputed points were
then to be settled by the plenipoten-
tiaries themselves.
The afternoon session convened at
2 o'clock and adjourned at 3:30 until
Saturday. The protocols were signed
in due form and an adjournment was
then taken.
SA cablegram was received by
M. Witte last night from 9t. Peters
burg, sent before Witte's communica-
Utlrtf t) eont4rts of the sMident's
meksie yesterday had been received.
Consequently lastoMight's.-cblegram
could not be accepted as the fnal
word' from St. Petersburg.
A high authority is quoted as say-
ing: "It the conference can be pro-
longed into next week, influences will
be brought to bear upon the Russian
emperor that will be irresistable."
Envoys Arrive.
Portsmouth, Aug. 23.-M. Witte and
-1aron Rosen arrived at the navy yard
for the day's session of the peace con-
ference at 9:26 o'clock this morning
Baron Komura and Mr. Takahira came,
five minutes afterwards and the see-
slon was begun at once.
Excessive Tension.
Portsmouth, Aug. 23.--Exceslve

BY AAS I I KAIN tension are the words which should be
used to describee the sitting of the
peace plenipotentiaries this morning.
By Associated Press. There were evidences of excitement
in both camps as the chiefs and at-
Greenville, S. C., Aug. 23.-Robert, teaches made their preparations far do.
0. Shields was run over and crushed parture. The summer guests of the
to death by No. 97, the Southern's New hotel were as agitated as .hf foreign-
1ork and New Orleans "ast mail, in ers and the crowds on the veranda to
the yarls here tonight just as the train witness the departure were larger
was leaving for Atlanta. While nei than any since the conference began
lived for nearly an hour and could its sittings.
talk for a time, his body was a mass
ofibroken and mangled bones and
flesh. This makes the third man kill Presidents Messenger Returns.
e(, in the vicinity of Greenville hy Oyster Bay, U. I., Aug. 23.--J. L
railway trains today. M; Graw, one of the white house stem



By Associated Press.
Narragansett Pier, R. I., Aug. 23.-
Prominent jurists from all parts of
the country, including Justices White
and Brown, of the United States Su-
preme Court. gathered here today for
the twentieth annual meeting of the
American Ear Association. The con-
ference will continue through Friday.
P-esident Henry St. George Tucker, of
Virginia, delivered his annual address,
his subject being "The American Law-
$70,000 Blaze in Chicago.
Chicago. Aug. 23.-Fire at the plant
of the Weir & Craig Manufacturing
Company, 2421 Wallace street, cause-d
a loss of $70,000 early to-day. The
firm manufactured plumbing supplies.

ographers, who yesterday was at
Portsmouth, N. H., on a mission for
TPresident Roosevelt, in connection
with the peace conference returned to
Oyster Bay to-day. Whether he
brought back with him a communlc&
tion from the Russian envoys oouid
not be ascertained for the reason that
the official's denial that he was in
J ortsmouth is still adhered to.
The president again to-day was bt
communication with Assistant Secrem
tary of State Pierce at Portsmouth,
but no Intlimtion of the nature of the
mi sabres tran .'-Trito l was riven.
The greater part of to-day wo
,.evorerl by the president to receiving
visitors. None. however, who had as
engagement with him for to-day, had
ainy connection with the peace nego.
A uIncheon party was the faatu
of to-daly at the president's hoetL
Amonn those preoant were Mcj. Gea.
George W. Davis, former governor ,f
the Ithbmian canal zono, and Francis
(Continued on Second Page.)

Three Killed in Freight

Wreck Near Topeka Kas.

By Associated Press.
Topeka. Kan., Aug. 23.-Three per-
sons were killed early today in a head-
on collision between two Union Pa-
cific freight trains near Rossville, a
town on the Union Pacific, eighteen
miles west of Topeka.
The dead.-Willlam H. Gibson, en-
gineer, Kansas City, Ka.; -- Ol
son, fireman; Clarence feese, condu-

Nobody was seriously Injured.
The three men kWled were nemba
of the crew of an extra eastbotu
wheat train, which crashed into
second section of a regular westboul '-i
train at a sharp curve.
Two members of the crew of t
regular train are missing, bhat a se l
ot the wreckage reveals weyi thk- -.
lboties. BMth locomotives were S ^

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As I was pUtttg In a couple of bours
loafing aro d the village store and post-
offie I got Into conversation with a vil-
lager about the war In the East, and In
speaking of the naval battle in the Sea
of Japan I ebaractorled Togo as the
greatest hero of the age.
"Wall. I danno about that," replied
the an.L "We've got a few heroes right
In this town who hadn't so slow. Come
down and lemme nltroduee you to the
We went down to the cooper shop and
I was Introduced, and when we were out-
side again my friend said:
"Don't look much like a hero. does be?
But lemme tell you what he did. He
went up to the city about a year ago and
stayed over night at a hotel Blew out
the six gas Jets In his room Instead of
turnnlog them off, and the gas was going
all night. Got up as chipper as a squir-
rel in the mornain and turned two band-
springl The hotel said they bad lost
i$2,00 worth ao gas, but the stuff perer
even made Bill sneeze. Come down and
be Introduced to the Blacksmith."
I followed him and after a second In-


Professor-In what order would yon pla-e snakes. Miss Radcliffe?
Miss Padcliffe-The moccasin at the foot, the garter somewhat higher, and the boa

mar the bead.

When the prisoner bad t.oen h -.-.t ,
the bar for lsaoderty colonrpt he h ., .
bow "the other feller" hald ;:'*-* :-*
him without the slightest cesi', rl "
was adding further partlelar wiho tr
Judge Interrupted with:
"Ton bave been arratd br!fore'
"Never. sir."

"Don't look musc like a hero,
does he "

production he clapped me on the shoulder
and said:
"Nuthln' heroic alout Jim's look, bunt
lemnie tell you sunuthln'. He went away
to Ohio to visit friends, and they put him
In a foldin' bed. The foot rsl up and
caught him and stood him on bis head.
He was a prisoner for three days. but
be never hollered. Just wnlted 'till the
old bed got tired out and sunk down
again and then he crawled out. Let's go
over to the sawmill and see George
I went over to the mill and got a third
Introduction, and on the way Ilck to
the postofflie my friend said:
"George Is cross-eyed and red-headed.
but there are no flies on him. A tin
peddler come along last summer and
jumped seven feet. George took off I'.I
coat and spit on his bands and jumped
six Inches better and saved the town
from goin' all to smash. liad to bust a
lung and break a rib to do It. but that's
the kind of stuff he's made of. I do:-'t
say that Toco Isn't a hero, but when
you are talking' alkunt 'rm jest renmeumer
that Smithllle has shoved three of then
to the front within a year -: Las got
more comnn'.'


"Sixtydays, s ir'"

*I've heard It called the busy be".,"
ItRnuarked our little friend.
"I know blamed well he's busy,
For I felt his business end."

"But youear face and voice are fa.:''
to me."
*That's because I did some p!':u.'
at your house last winter."
"Oh. I remember now. Thebr wna 1
pin-bole leak in a pipe, and you :
around for a day and a half. I '
been wanting to see you ever nlace. '*i';
days, sir!"

At the junction of two lhighwais in a
certain conm:ty In Iowa I found tl:e ldlree
tlons on the guidelhourd all faded oat,
and, notlesni an farnmir at work In his
field, I hitched the horse and went over
to him and asked:
"Will you kindly tell me how far it is
to l'ainsvilll?"
"Ilave you arked Iyuone else?" querled
the farmer as lie l,:une:d oni his h:o'.

The Novellst-I can write a novel In a month, bat I cnn't sell It In fre Tears.
The Poet-Maybe if you wrote a novel In ive years you might be able to sell
it to a month.

Rimer (proudly)-Editors nover senul y vrsesr Imck.
Miss Kno--You neglect to enclose (tamps. I suppose.

eWell, then, It's lven."
"Yes, I asked a man back here about
a mile."
"\as his nunme Bill Scovel?"
"*Ye, I think It was."
"Wbat'd be say?"
"I understood I.Im to say that It was
ulue miles."
"Well. then, it's 'lecrn."
"I took his word for it and went on. but.
found the distance only seven inles. lRe-
turning that w-.y next lnay I enei ter-4
their farmer mowing wecdsa alonR f igh-
way and sold:
"Why did you tell me yel at
:t was elevni miles to I':uli 1ll
must have known that It w:s oa "i,:."
"Dill Scovel told you ntne, did FherT"
"Wall, Dill Seovel thinks he's the big.
gest liar around here, and 1 told you
'l"v-el to show him that he'd got a hard
man to beat when he set out to gIt the
best of Jim Watson."

We:ary- What yer doln' wid all dem straps. Rhode?
ithtdle-Why yer bave ter hare dem It yer wants ter travel tI style. ws as yT
can fust l erI yraei to de trucks.


I.-hb a h eb a bltso a a te teso that ha t ubegooto abt n
beg *to ab ew batrei at the 3Cudam
ak kN e OT40 db tam wim a mwU t

They charge the enemy with swords
And never do they fear
But what they'll win the victory
For their captain's somewhere near.
SThe captain is as broad a man
As e'er bra 'btton wore;
He's led his men through bitter wars
A dome times before.

-was It green, Wl1nei"
"To%. bat mo balrt as as I
to ekie ttKr

mam ewa .r wk31
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always t The feie that Bliss built-that
S why O N.Y ffrnce whlch ha caused parties to ap-
*CrciSdise pear before boards, city council and
j finally before the. courts--must come
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Paper Napkins

for Picnics,
Ten cents a hundred. Lots
of different patterns-all
Others at $1.25 per hun-
dred and intermediate
prices. Doiles, 20, 25 and
50 cents a box.




Mississippi Commercial Body En-

COE'S BOOK STORE, dorses National Quarantine
235 s. Palafo St. and Will Do All Possible to
123 Phoe. Have it Carried Ot.

the Gulf City Market
Baylen and Intendocia-

Mayor Bliss is beginning to receive
replies to his letters sent out a short
time since to newspapers and promi-
nent commercial bodies !i the south,
relative to the establishment of a na-

n13x: unday's Noted Ahitsct Dead ts.. sharpened. wOunRd.
13. London, August U.-Altred Water- Most complete line Af keys in the
bhuse a well knowm architect and a city. A little r y save yon
prominent member of the royal acade- Try Hooton's Messenger Service co end of tjr-:. b:yoqe who make*
E. G awheand m y died here today. He was born when in a hurry to send messages. 1. a rule to Veep Charmtelain'. Colic,
Ei n% d at Liverpool t 18 9. Mr. Waterhouse Cholera ani Diarrhoea Remedy at
2E E, o designed ma y of the best knowa 12 EAST INTENDENCIA ST. nhad knows this to be a fact. For
2 L baildings in yarios larts of Paud PHONE 11. sale by all druggista.

M S e6oeevSpfl AveT, cHa eoe.
aIbrlMa a toafemtlobe,"0lwDderitaMe
miir wfsl satin greathamSeral. aam I am
pleased to etbat andertle not only stopd it at
once tbt ha tde mr hair grow MG tan ia_

LOAgeC y Su,
15 e-bwk St.edt, COBMAGO.
Slaets has beeme smeulyr knows
that Dadindrae ausw hatr to rr t
as abundantly on the hads ofteld

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selves: Commissioner Coston issued yester- ltional quarantine system, which he is
tein. -ock Cithef ca. and it must be obeyed now agitating. Yesterday he received
SStl- The undi o enc i the vic- MEATS AND VEGETABLES, POUL the following from Secretary Sykes,
Sily, ka Fm The building of fences in the vicin- TRY AND mAME ASON.
Wso S". F i If T bidnTYA GAME Ir SEASON. of the Columbus Progreisive Union,
0 ity of Bayou Chico seems to be sort of the
Srar Brand Shifts. of a hobby among those residing in FREE DELIVERY. of Columbus, Miss.:
: 6 W. C lrS 5'tthat section, that is to judge by the PHIL JONES, MANAGER "Columbus. Miss, Aug. 22, 1905.
*' various complaints that emiiate from PHONE 8. "Hon. Chas. H. Bliss, Pe3nacola, kl.t.
YOI&B UN I there. Mr. Bliss has frequently cor- "Dear Sir:-I beg to acknowledge
I, f plained about fences being built, shut- receipt of your favor of the 19th, with
Si 'il t ing off the passageway, and appeared enclosureas stated, and asre yo
S ,. ri.'. h fore boards and the council to make I T ANDRFW S H your ideas in regard to government
S- 3 -' complaints. ,* s.. v r quarantine are in accord with ous.
SC G-:r! n. G-o. Amsperger o Lately he built one himself. But_ "We have a very active representa-
.:.... .w, ro l it must come down, and will tive from this district in tle National'
Probably go down n local history as Special to The Journal. Congess and I am forwarding him by
the "Fence That Bliss Bulk."
WHITE i When Mr. Bliss recently construct- st. Andrews, Aug. 23.-A merry par- this mail a copy of your resolutions.
W T ed this fence, the latest of the many ty of Marianna people are occupying asking that he support your represen-
tc.*Cr.-8. Mlranact rtnS J.Cw fences to be erected there, RK J. Brent the old Sanitarium building, consist-i th m o N
!*" Grsdwe OCet objected. His workmen In order to ing of State's Attorney Kehoe's fami-I native in this matter before the Na-
c ro r *"n. F-a ls. In& reach the milling plant had a round- ly, Mr. Hayes Lewis and family, -ir.i tonal Congress, and shall be pleased
about course to pursue to reach work J. Gamble and Miss Roca!yn Hayes-. to send you Mr. Candler's reply tothis'
Proceedings were instituted, and at- Mr. Keboe is expected on Wednes- request.
It KSt TOLD. torneys employed. a temporary in- day's trip of the Tarpon irom Pensa- "Yours truly,
junction being applied for. cola, where he has been during na: "I. H. SYKES, Sec."
This was heard yesterday morning Williams trial.
S':. rala News. bfore Court Commissioner Coston, A serious misunderstanding occur- --
.* ."'- and granted, so Mr. Bliss will have to red Friday at Millville between D-. aw-av the fence that he built Coleman, a young physician located | 1
: h ci: yes- Jcdge Blount appeared for Mr. Brent there from Geneva, Ala., and a Mr.
.1. M:.:an. and J. J. Sullivan for Mr. Bliss. Donelly, over a bill. The consequence _
i .S< lpiffti M r was Dr. Coleman received eleven cuti
R, v R TIO R and one a very deep ole over th3 Special to The Journal.
Sre. DESERTIONS FROM heart. He is in a critical condition, Crestview, Aug. 23.-Mr. Al. Hoge-
. **." .- but at this writing is resting very well. boom, representing The Journal, gave
SR YAL ARCANUM His brother from Vernon. arrived ;on our town a pleasant call a few days
, ;.OV;;, and' Sunday night and relatives in Geneva ago, talking Journal to all he met.
.: :, t'sT!.r- have been notified of the unfortunate Mr. Wm. Terry, assistant agent
S,, ,,.- affair. spent Friday at Cowans.
T (a w Mr. E. J. Bryan, of Marianna, is a Mr. Jim Cox, of Bagdad. spent Sat-
S a PROMISED AS THE RESUT OF visitor ere thi week. i rday and Sunday with his parents,
r,;:i, rad lti R D visitor here this week.
RAISE IN RATES OROEREO Mr. T. R. Holliday and family, who Mr. and Mrs. Ml!edge Cox.
have spent a part of the summer IL FPreA Allen, of Milton; has been in
;.: .r. ,lck;tedor BY SUPREME COUNCIL. their pleasant summer home at "Oldi town the past week talking fine stock
,. *'- ,,:t .ude Town." returned Monday, to their Operator Davis paid hi.4 parents at
, i:. O, f. ::. home in Cottondale. I Bluff Springs a short visit Friday, re-
.::.;. v., hair The schooner Cleopatra returne turning Monday.
. and tines n By Associated Pre. Saturday afternoon from Apalachlco- Mr. Holt, representing the Western
Nw York, Aug. 23-At a twelve-Saturday afternoon from Apalachic
: $1.w York si, tend3.e A r a telent- la with a cargo of building material Cartridge Co.. was in town a few days
.Nur' session, attended byrepresenta- for Mrs. L. M. Ware's new iome, which ago and showed the boys iome expert
S,-ri- Noas. whicu- rcsf seven-eighthship of the Royal is in progress of building, and sailed' shooting. HI claims it I. all in the
a c~:o sa;frm Gwh.ou re and Canadau held yesterday in Tuesday on her regular trip to Pensa cartridges he's selling. i'
ak..7-0 c1> sC!-. Iicn s! s and Canada, held yesterday in ltrip s Mr. Manning hase abobdt gt his saw
; ,, : at *L Tarragoaa' ::i. City, resolutions were passed de- cola. Mr.ill in operation abo gt his wisl
ST: v. will after. i. ng that the supreme council of TWO BOYS KILLED MAD soon be turning out a carload a day.
,of mbr. 'he order rescind at Put-in-Bay next T B ILLE A Active operations have begun on
t n rte.k the order raising rates taken by DOG ON EAST HILL the new naval stores plant to be lo-
S b. w:., iha a-erved tor t h supreme council last May. cated here, and the quarter houses will
n.r, as hospital If this is not done, it will be de- Two colored boys killed a mad dog soon be completed.
aulli to cnsumptive. liared there will be wholesale deser- on East Hill yesterday afternoon. The We learn that Mr. John Cox and
: nvy yaard. left last ',,,, and lawsuits. Open charges of animal, which showed every symptom some of his friends will soon take av
:. ';:r-, 'w;r he will it..ach of trust were made against the of being rabid, attacked Mrs. Z. A. outing on the bay.
: e f:r- f hi health :;ireme council. The season was at- Thomas, who was going from her The wool men have finished shear-
h. having contracted ;, ned by prominent Arcanumites home to a grocery store, but fortunate ing and are now offering their crop
:' : h paIci-nt in the from the states of New York, New ly she was not bitten by it. which consists of about 20,000 pounds
Sh rsey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania. The dog was then heine followed by ,)r sale to the best bidaer.
- Ohio. Massachusetts, Rhode Islani several parties, and within a fbw x The quarterly conference of this
\ :, ", i,:e B],e Rio p nd Michigan, which states embraced ments n, ... ... .istrlct of the M. E. church was in
S' 13 a Fx-racrs, he- a membership of 26,000 out of the session Saturday and Sunday, Rev. C.
S o nomirca. Ask total of 316.000 in the order. LOOMIS RETURNS TO J. Hammit presiding.
SRiKon lemon Gen. H. C. Cochran, of Chester, Pa., STATE DEPARTMENT
'~. -. Fiavos "ne of the leaders of the order, said PRANKS OF LIGHTNING
(, the supreme council's action: By Aociated ress. AT DeFUNIAK SPRINGS.
"It should be investigated as cay Assoc d re-s. A
P- u *FT v M NC. A. MAN fully as the affairs of life insurance Washington. Aug. 23.-Assistatt The DeFuniak Breeze says: The
S. companies. If hing is wrong, it Secretary of State Loomis returned to worst electric storm of the season was
D ED OF TYPHOID FEVER. must be known and steps taken to the department today f*d resumed experienced hwe last ~,ednesday
-- right the evil." the duties of his office. He will re- eight, and five persons were more oG
B) rEsc:ated Pree. PFrank S. Reade, grand regent of main here for several days. less severely shocked, and one house.
," ... Aig Massachusetts. Valentine W. Quigol._ Mrs. Emma McLean's, slightly daim-
ant .ecretary cl Williamsport. Isa.. William W11- aged
S;" :nmirtee in the, helm. of Pottsville, Pa1 and others "THE OLD SCRATCH." Shortly after dark a heavy cluod
S.. Y M. C. A. --oke in an equally vehement manner. came up from the northwest, and the
,:ee. of the Charles M. Day, grand secretary of How the Evil One Came to Be Popu- rain which came later was precede
nitht from tch order in Massachustts, said that larly Known as "The Old Scratch. by considerable wind, but not heavy
!Th., illness. i! the supreme council does not revoke
h faillness it the supreme council nbe rced One of the many familiar names of enough to do any damage that we have
S: tent to ore the courts Auust 31. his satanic maje.tty is "The Old heard of. With the rain (-ame a ser-
.n..,)ernal university it was agreed that ff the supreme Scratch." It is undoubtedly due to ies of heavy discharges of electricityv
Council fails to ahan5ron the objection- the fact that scratching is so disagree- one of which struck a large pine tr,'e
able rates the grand council in each able that people thought it no worse standing just south of Mrs. McLean'.
-Is Recvering. able rates the members object to tht than the evil one. A scalp full of dan- tearing the top off of it, and running
Is Recovering. state where the members ob Se 11 to A~t scalp full of dan- a. and then ^ to h ouse
-, r aniw rate hall meet and prepare a druff keeps one scratching all the down the tree. and then eo the house
Supo whom uniform procedure to be acted upon time: not only disagreeable but con- a distance of some fifty feet, where at
'md last ri- a spec meeting of representa- s red very inelegant in polite so- tore a splinter off one of the sills and
'v It is hoped a a sres cety--as it should be-because one; coming up through the floor in three
So leave the A resolution wa also passed to ought to keep the scalp so clean that places which it split in 'ts passage,

S Ta' o a.t For le by i ness. No other hair preparation kills At Mr. E. W. Thorp's, Miss Belle
form e a pn forre the dandruff germ. Herpicide also is Davis was standing near an open win
INtin to loo aIANT a very delightful and effective hair- dow and was quite severely shocked,
-W -s aga dressingst. Sold by W. A. D'Alemberte, and a moment later Mr. Thorp w,
Pensacola Two inS AWAV druggist and apothecary, 121 S. Pala- shocked by another discharge.
HAAW A fox street, Pensacola, Fla. Send 10c. Mrs. J. Q. Kennedy was the worst
O I S in stamps for sample to The Herpicide injured of any one. She was in the
Co., Detroit, Mich. kitchen cooking supper, and a bolt ot
of ea By Asaociatd Pres-. lightning came down the stove pipe
".**. o6 cmord-idS .Chicago. Aug. 2.L-A dispatch to the and threw her to the foor, and stun-
Fo Record-Herald. frm Indianrpols, iad. ning her so severely that it was nearly
says: pmil:p Kerih, known as 'Wa- Jter S Hoo00t n, two hours before she fully regained
diana's mill poin man, is dead at his -* consciousness.
home in S ylesvllle. He ias been ill Every telephone but four in the en-
*:* nrnhing but poor. for several moatha with .ropsy and General Dealer in tire system was temporarily thrown
-,' i.a1iv, meats suffered greatly duaria the hot weath- out of service by the burning out of
S- .s ,h r places er. a nfr mrvr i3 fuses, and couple of wires in the east
; )iheg price For severall years Kerigh was in the eIt I end of town were burned in two, bwit
r": hat is fit to employ of a circus where he was ex- no 'other damage than this was done.
hibited as the largest man in the t
wo-ld. His weight often reached 77' UCut by a Woman.
pounds. He was over six feet hgah, In a fight last night in wriat is known
e Strike the bu his bones wqe very small. It re CYCLES REPAIRED. as Luke's alley, Tom Springer, color-
q'ired two tailo, to make meaasr- CYCLES FOR RENT. ed, was severely Injured, a wound be-
Happy Medium m-nt for his clothes,.as it was im- --- ng infilrted with a knife on the neck.
possible for one was to reach arena Irn Bfates. Cash Regsters, Type from which the blood flowed freely. A
b whis body. It took *ven yards of dou- writers, Guns, Pistols Locks and Un woman named Ada Clare was arrest-
-:" beP: western ble-width goods to make him a sit. brellas repaired. 61 by the police char-ed with having
'.ar' pricem'. bLt bedth d t wn Mowers, Scissors. Knitves, s'i t,.: razor that inflicted the

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Special to The Journal. ENVOYS
Milton. Aug. 23.-Mr. J. A. Bryant PEACE ENVOYS
and family returned home yesterday d ROm ASTINATE
after a two weeks visit to points in (Continued from First Page)
North Carolina.
Your correspondent had the pleas- E. Leupp, commissioner of Indian af-
ure of visiting the Hoodless Shipyard i airs.
and while there Mr. Hoodless kindly
conducted him through the yard. AAMERICAN MINISTER
The Warren'Fish Co., of Pensaco!i, CONFERS WITH CZAR.
have had a new fishing schooner but't, -
which is now ready for launching. rThe St. Petersburg, Aug. 23.-The Amer-I
new vessel is named Al-oma anl ican ambassador, Mr. Meyer, had an
measures 84 feet over all, 20 feet bea ; audience with the Emperor at Peter-i
7 ftt 6 inches in the hold and 68 leet hoff this afternoon lasting three hours.
at the water line. She will be one of Presuwably the matter considered
the finest smacks in the fishing fleet.I was the peace negotiations at Ports-
They have also on the ways. a U. S. mouth, but nothing has been ascer-
mud flat used for dredging in the talned regarding what occurred as
channel at Pensacola. the embassy declined to give out any-
thing. It is known a long cablegram
has been sent to Washington giving
S*Posit e Pt the results of the conference.
Should Convince te t Greatest Skeptici YESTERDAY MORNING.
in Pensacola.I A small fire occurred yesterday
Because its the evidence of a iPen morning in the tin shop of C. B. Vet-
iacola citizen. ter on West Intendencia street, where
Testimony easily investigated. there was a quantity of rosin store'.
The strongest endorsement of mer-,This Ignited, and for a short time itt
it. was feared that the fire would be a)
The best of proof. Read it: I dangerous one. but the quick arrival!
Z. A. Thomas, circulation manager of the fire department prevented its'
of the Pensacola Daily Journal, and spread.
living at 912 East Lloyd street, corn-; The damage to the building will not
er of 10th avenue, says: "r had a' exceed more than two hundred dollars.
dull aching pain in the small of my
back at times which annoyed m, -
greatly, and when I saw Dean's Kid- LEa ra aVEnaRTISEb RT
ney Pills advertised I thought they' LEL L IAVE 111. M I*. S
might cure it. so I procured a box at -----.---- ~ b- l Cr
Sidney Kahn's drug store, No. Ir. County Court, icambi County,
9 South Palafox Street. The Florida-By the county Judge of
result was all that could be wished.[ said county-Whereas, J. S. Nicholas
One box cured the trouble and there has applied to this court for Letters
has not been the slightest sign of of Administration on the estate o
recurrence. Should I have another at- David Sheehan, deceased, late of said
tack in the future I shall surely re- county of DBcambia, These are there.
sort to Doan's Kidney Bills as I know fore, to cite and admonish all and sin-
they can be depended upon to do all g-ular the kindred and creditors of said
that is claimed for them." deceased, to be and appear before this
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 court, on or before the 22ad day of
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, September, A. D. 19CS, and Ale object.
N. Y., sole agents for the United tions, If any they have, to the granting
States. ;letters as afo:esaid, otherwise. the
Remember the name-Doan's-and' same will be granted as-prayed.,
s.e no other., Witness my name as County Judge
When yot want a plepasnt laxative of the county aforesaid this 10th day
Ihat is easy to take ani certain to act, of August, 1905.
use Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver HEMNRY BBLLNGE.R,
tablets. For sale by all druggists. iauglloaw6w County JudS.
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Ladles and Gent's Clothing elea.&
dyed and repaired. Goods caIeld fa
and delivered.
140 E. Government .,
Phone No. 163. Pensaaola, ta.,

means much these hot
days. If you are wearing
a collar that's ra
about the edge, your"
per sa likely to also be
and be insured of perfect
comfort and an even telm-

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Mrs. R aloie Atherton. Little Rock. Ark., may: -It truly marvelous case are coming to our reach below my wait whom I bega s
Is surely rearkable the way Danderine improves noteie. Little Miss Ruseell.whose photo- your Dmderi- r. was also tadBd d o
the har. Uhas mademy hair grow ten Inches long- graph appears above, is certainly n of ting t thb eBds. Nov is oa 3 ft
er in five moth and It is getting thicker and longer the remarkable ooeas. Her beautiful ha
all the time. Ibelaerins rivs ar apse whbrt is is t over thirty anehe long and her mother lonerthant ever w ta Ml Is eW*le
due. and ~mamue ay same a rslrenee if you aoys that "DANDEBUIN 0GKBW VEaiT ~sor Ei rioh bloadoeol. lusdtheto
so desire. BIT 0r IT." about four months all t getir."
aAE R is to the hair what fresh showers of rain and sunshine are to vegetation. It gope eight to de
root, invigorates and strengthens them. Its exhilarating, fertilizing and life-producing properties cause the hair to
grow abundantly long,strongand beautiful. IT IS THE NATURAL FOOD OF THE HAIR OOIENTIFOALLY
MAKERS OF HAIR TONIC. MOW at all druggists in three sizes, cents, b0 cents and $100 per bottle.
To show how quickly eau aots, w le will send a large sample tree by return mail to anyone who m s tbis adrit
FREL to ets Kiwite ei AFies o.. C agwo, with Utr lname a address and tea ca ia seller or stamps to pay psrt.

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Special to The Journal. i
Westville, Aug. 23.-Rev. bapp
preached at the Baptist church Sun-1
day at 11 o'clock and .ev. Wheeler '
at night.
Sheriff Hickman came in last night
from Bonifay.
Mrs. H. E. Hickman left here Mon-
day for Bonifay to visit her sister,
Mrs. Chas. Cox.
Judge L. J. Reeves and family are
at Bonifay taking an outing. 4
J. J. Kennedy and Clifton Crews )
left here today for Ponce deLeon on
business. 4
J. D. Crews left here today for Bon -
Walker Green, of DadV, Fla., hastf
been here part of this week taking the,
Rev. Daniel A. Simmons returned g
today from a preaching trip to Rocky
.Thomas Flournoy, "f DeFuniak
Springs, is in town today. i
Mr. A. Ramsey, who resides west of
here in the country, was in town yes-,
terday. i4
Rev. P. G. Woodruff came in one ,
day last week from a preaching trip..:
Mr MM. Owens and Miss Johanna
Gillls visted Mrs. Green and family j
near Dady Sunday. 4'4
Senator Neel went to Pensacola last
week. |
Drummers are plentiful these aaya
Mrs. Dicey Villar, of Pensacola, is
visiting her mother, Mrs. Adams.


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I"L mgel oWn",CPT MMwW i,,It is very hard to er et a white Althogh it does not appear that The Okolona (Miss.) Swa welcomes
man of murder and to bn hmlna to any attempt was mat to employ sub. with hilarity Col. Lamar Fontaine TEARS
iFlorida. So Mdom Mh m e -thb s oboat. the pr .. entry into the discussion of the mo- O T
,--fNALA -,=Mcurtha.... tIsa------ to the Io.i q.e boats during the present -'l-utqto theory. The olonel trvs.that be,
l _A U PA_ i hat- i a s, to t--.peopli h: -
SBFor two or thre year they ha been i the Par uNat the principal naval tecatme sathed In 1857. while an en- Seeds a ht aAe rce *w ae
1 L"- I trying to has a white man in De-! powers are still building the craft and gineer on the Panama Railroad under mr a Ii.
RA-N L I MAM M I a- ilWs M Soto county, sad It said that at seeking to improve them by increase. M J. Henry Mefig, that the sole cause A sed mc mad r ot
_. __ i :ast be will be huan all avenues o inug their size and developing their ot the spreads of yellow fever was the tat which bears te popular ame o
IT A oaAT escape have been closed to him. motive power. Wren the many ace-. mosquito. and that he wrote several Job's Le jo old a
n T E A I AT D Pensacola Friday William Pletch- dents that have occurred in maneuver- articles for the New Orleans papers thus d srlas tt: "f 7 a e
,_______ er Williams was convicted of murder; !ng the boats have not served to dis- at that time, giving his reasons lor mt hb the drop or tear that ale
, __ -- in the firs degree with a recommen-U courage their use, although it must be this beliet for which assertions he s from the ey" Tw a t oweer.
OMPTION RAT11, nation to mercy, which makes the pun- confessed that their value is not rated was severely criticized and tabooed by om there or fo well marked foer
... ishment life imprima ent, and nearly, as high as it was, and It is generally the medical fraternity. The Sun no three met wirth la lmada wiae
ST .. O l~e .... every one in Florida believes that understood that they are of small val- thinks the colonel is simply "bo.ting of thist a ida wtc
K a s..... 8 N Oe Wt..... ...... M means aye year or two's unprioineat; ue against any but fixed targets, in" for the sake of notoriety, and says differ from eah h
SM*.*....... I W l, P." -s o.:and then a pardon, as such thing as In common with the other naval that, like wine and Baron Munchau- and degree of ad the pe
i a t 0 i ~ t~oli fe imprisonment of a white criminal powers, the United States is stii en- sen Lmar improves with age. No oce or aee of rooves or frro
I t t = is almost unknown. Wlliams, in a gaged ia constructing submarines and so fast, contemporary. If there were among the lgth or the hardened -
I OL fit of anger on hJly 18th shot to death experimenting with them. One re- articles in New Orleans papers 1n1 olucer.
TIHs ONLY PNSACOLA N SWWPAPR PFOM WHICH A DETAILmD John White, a reputable citizen, and' ently completed is shortly to be test-i 157 announcing this theory, they are Watt of Calrtta ths enmar
OUIAIMUL OA--E T CAN SE SECUR#ED. Edwin Dansby, another good citizen. ed In the presence of the president at there yet, for the newspaper .ies are thm: r ae p
S........ ... ... I Williams was tried for killing Whie, Oyster Bay, and it is even hinted that preserved; and the truth can easily he-a ey liddae or tblar,
and the Pensacola Journal of Saturday Mr. Roosevelt proposes to take p be demonstrated. It would sIme- abp o ylpdr itleo tlad a
-i" R t Govaemi meU UY rast pe said: plunge in her. It is hoped for many thing of a contribution to the Icftera normal pee saped oroditor ad
9 NA M M sN. S "*An mmense crowd was jammed reasons that he will be persuaded no: ture of yellow fever If the fact could driferrt n spherical t he c
Into the court room during the after- to do so. That there is always a large established who was the first o drie. grain alway a white
PENSACOA. F IDA, TY MORNIN, AUGUT 2, 1905 noon and remained until the verdict' element of risk in remaining submerg- put forward the mosqu : as the smooth. polled, ot frre b
PENSACOLA. FORTA DAY MORNING, AUGUST 4 1905. had beed reached. While there were ed in one of these boats must be agent for the spread of the disease constricted toward both extremitle.
no expressions of disapproval in the freely admitted, hence it would be Ir has long been held that a Moobi' nhis is collected for ornamental par-
4444444.41 9# Socretary- of State Loom!s was ap court room, many were heard after wrong for the president to expose his! physician was the first. but if Co:onel
WHERE IT TO BE FOUND. by the President, was n adournment, and little groups of men life with no strong purpose In view. Lamar can establish priority, fo- him-. Poes onl and not am an article for
SWHERE IT I TO BE FOUND. the Presde s co gathered along Palafox street and dis- Of course. offers and men of the: self he will be entitled :o the honor. size adIe pear g pale ad bi
* e. cd up for th express purpose of dis- cussed it as soon as its purport be- Navy are expected' to test the boats. white, gay, yeUw or brown black.
S The Pensacola Journal is on c sensing with his services in the State came known. The consensus of opin-, and ao test them. notwithstanding the, ABOUT WANT ADS. The flattened sheroidal kinds are of-
Ssale at the allowing places in # Department without raising a scandal ion seemed to be that it was a travee- risk, because their calling requires n yellow or even pinkb
Sthe city: e ty on justice and the jury was Je- them to take frequent chances. Nc: Any possible investment of mone:. : -ten priycpl forms are: p
4- Bay Hotel. The St. Louis Globe Democrat re: bounced by many for recommending matter from what point of view con- less wise than a conservati.-e in'e-t- talmot rou and either wir e are: Oe
Come's Book Store. marks: "Much of the popularity of mercy in a case where the evidence ded, he naval service i3 full of ent in real estate. Government bos a t round and eee o
Depot News Stand. 'had shown no mercy had ben given risks which officers and men must are as safe-but nom as ptroftabe.l ~is form is sometimes. thouh less
4 Gsm Book Store. golf is due to the fact that the game and which all who expressed them- take every day, hence the mere fact: che man with a little cash should nev- frequently, used for rosaries ad orna-
S Lewis House. requires no empire. With each play- ves characterized as a willful, pre-that service in a submarine is danger estate adsmental but chiefly for food
S Merchants Hotl. or keeping his own score, the sport meditated and cold-blooded murder. ous should not and does not deter th er famon hill to Iendla The
Soamonrn odl.(r-yroIonfi.the avv romhwillngyemo, ""
S Southern Hotel. is as easy as fishing." "That the evidence warranted a er- psonnl othe ... "What a day may brng forth" for second form i t bular. abont half a
S Thompson's Book Sto-e. diet of murder in the first degree no serving n them when there is need ha a daepe n enirey pon yor schon o s extensively employ
': Wagand Ice Cream Parlor. 4 The copious use of oil on stagnant one attempted to gainsay, but all ex. The fare to employ sabmarinei "opportunity eye-sght." I you red ed for decortie purposes. the dre
Wagenhim's ws tand pool in New Jersey is said to have presd surpre th the death pe by the belligerents in the present wari the want ads. with the right sort of worn by the Karen women being oft
so Wa;ker' Book Store. mo i alty had no been Int.ced and de-. the ompheaea cowered with embroifenee
kers Book toro curtailed the mosquito crop that it nd t erdict erta bun the reputation of the boat.. eye-glasses and see things aright, the completely covered with embroideredhe
ayV'V- 'WW g ma soon became necessary to prop-; terms." nIt Is assumed that they were no used, dO may bring forth" good fortune designs at bis ga.
Saate the insects for exhibition purj o displeased were the people ith becau e of was realted that they and good on r you.
GOING AWAY? poses. ethis verdicpurtothatWilleiase people would be of no practical advantage. j S
GOING AWAY? poses. this verdict that Williams is now to be Japanese were supplies with the. Business men are believers In ad-a
Wten you leave the city for your iT.L n o wmr--? t _c oati and It is safe to assume that, venrisng-hence they prefer to hire ^^ J ^oro tbeolrLuS
summer vacation have The Pm o All th peace envoys smoke cigar killing Dansby, when had the recom- th woanld have empo assume thot e who. seek employnpenr in uePrece athe edito the d
Journal follow you. Notify cirula. ettes. The mingling of odors mf menddaon to mercy been omitted t they been conavced that they would progressive way-oot through "pu lle oral a thef got into the e-
mathey been convinced that they woe progressive way-not through -puaj yule Journag o
So would have ended the trial. He is av proven useful. At Port" Arthur .r "Influence."
t on manager, Phone 38. Russian and Japanese cigarettes ougnt' woud t. He i have proven useful A or "i nce. toril roo one night ad stole the b
under change of venue to be tried in, the rough sea and the distance from a dictionary. As soon as the loss was
to be enough to make a man want .o Jackson county for killing Dansby. base made it Impracticable to use sub- m e "te de that discovered Prentice said to hi aman-
Floida's Climatc ih, rather than be conducive to Were it certain and sure that a i ma marine boats, while the battle of the N oe he t aenis Go ot and purchase other
Space. ioold stay in prison the balance of sea of Japan was fought in too rough leads on to fortune" unless he stoppds. en: of the dictionar. A man who
th Best Eath his life there mht be no obectn ter to make the maneuvering of kng for To read the want ad.' opy of the dto it a newspaperman who
e a the n ars in Fora' "I told you so" Morgan will. in all to such verdicts as the above, but they, submarines psble r I to ke o the look t will attemi a aper with-
hNearly a ngthe past or I pbability on be hard from again. don't do it. They by some means per- About the only possible use to!o it otin n b I donot bel in that.
have. during the past w or three feet an escape. which a submarine can be put is to and I
months had something to say about IS IT YOU? T.rotect ports and harbors, and even There are a good many ings which category."
the advantages of the Florida climate. Some one's selfish, some one's lay; A MENTAL PUZZLE. in that service her sphere of usef!- in this town. should be done only t!-'
The mos- ren b o prise is fromi Is it you? ess Is narrow. Actual experience' ter reading the want ads. Renting ,Al V1tse.
The mos recent bt of praise is f Scme one's sense of -rght is hazy; Dobo co m se;sems vl O i; with the boats has shown that t'y furnished room is one of these things. "Ab." siged the young 'rhtmester.
the Jarksonviile Me:ropoIi. which has Is it you? sa Atteko at lUalm 'are exceedingly dangerous, and, more- "you care nothing for the trials of
the f!!owing to say upon the subJect: gome one lives a life of ease, peaking of instances of double cor- over, they hold out small promise tha: If the average young man would poets."
Tha: Flo-Ida is the best place for Doing largely as he please sciousness, Mental Science notes tbe: when submerged they can reach their read the want ads. as closely as the "'Probbly not." repl'e. the crusty
comfortable c'imcnr the year round is Drifting idly with the breeze-- following case: nlark even where that mark is an an- i eebs:! news he would find that 2e editor. "'bt rd like to be on the jury
again demon-ra- d by -: he numerous; Is it you? The patient was a gir twenty-two chored ship. At one time it was claim- Iad as many "chances" as a frst-base- in just one trial."--Phadelphia Ledg
letters receive in Jacksonville from years of age. She suffered from some ed that the submarines would displace n; and by accepting some of them
people who departed from Florida, Some One hopes success w.i1 ind him; affection that may have been mennt- tleshipso but it ds n knon h eten th day wgren he cou
.urin4 the pat two months. complain- Is it you? giti but this i not known positively.!they cannot perform the ork of tend the me
in o ns of sorh Carolina sa the one pt y loos bhnd m; Se thendeveloped acute maniacal e. other or any of these classes. The Friend-Youn'e been conducting one
shimre ns fr the aroina Thse1 Some one full of good advicecitation. During this illness the pa- hve theoretical sphere of useful- t wu an nd of your merciless cross examinations?
Virginia ha.e w-rten to have winter Seems to think it rather nice tent presented some remarkablle ess, but It 'ery limited. come t r "know" your city, and its peo- Lwyer-Tes. The are the earnest
loathing shipped to them. Those who In a "has been's" paradise- changes of personalty -such as an j pie and their likes and av'-sions-you approach to the rack and thumbscrew
wert to California write that the en-' Is it you? seen in hysteria. The author does not MYSTERIOUS PEOPLE. get ome "every day education." which modern customs will pernlt--New
tire pummner out there has been win-j. term the curious traniestatioas b -- -s. often, "the making" f a man. ork Times.

ter. aun the:" were never before so tir.: ome one trusts to lUCK for winning;
ed cf cld. Similar complaints come Is it you?
from %ar.:'us sections. Some one craves a new beginning;
We:. we are old-fashioned enough" Is it you?
to wan: warm weather in summer and Some one says, "I never had
cold weather r.n winter. and this we Such a chance as Jones' lad."
always ge in Florida. and enjoy every; Some one's likewise quite a cad-
day of the year so far as climate A, Is it you?
concern. d. The winters are short and'
no- sev.-e. The summers are long. Some one's terribly mistaken;
but not so warm that no cooling breeze' Is it you?
prevails to temper the heat, and no Some one sadly will awaken;
one suffers mnih he-e from climaric Is it you?
changes either in summer or winter.' Some one's working on the plan
Going away from F;or;da for the sum- That a mastertfl "I can"
mer is a fad with many persons. They Doesn't help to make the man-
do not need a change of climate ior Is it you?
really care for a trip somewhere. but
not to do so is considered a violation; Some one yet may "make a killing,"
of a fashionable custom, and to keep And it's you.
In the swim a trip somewhere muse Some one needs but to be willing,
be made. Give us the Florida climate And iV's you.
In preference to a!1 others for the Som-e one better set his jaw,
year round. It beats that of all other Cease to be a man of straw,
states. iGe: some sanJ into his crw-
And it's you.
A three hundred foot sea serpert -Baltimore American.
kas been noticed frisking in themlgbh-
ty deep In the neighborhood of Greenl I .O. ..a PI i
Springs. The spring water dealt at
there must be mighty potent. ng duty, 1905, a
From this distance the ukase of the. Totf of
Csar, granting that Russian people a
National Assembly seems to have a
good stout string attached to it. Or,
saybe it is a chain.
John D. Rockefeller is taking toe CO IE
Knelpp cure. The parson always dil

have an economical stream and the
n.eipp cure is much cheaper than doe-
ta m
The Tlipinos will soon be ready for
governmente. They have already

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imstered the gea Amenrican game o The flowing fires show The Pe-,
Omw poker. acola Journal's circulation for each,
Sste u r Mc a h day durtni th nmo th of July, 1905,
T mysterious Mr. McGraw hasi with the average number of copies
laed into prominence as a factor. daily:
S international politics. More pow-Julty 1 450 July 16 4,00
Sto him. iuly 2 400 July 17 ....
SJuly 3 .... July 18 4200
Maybe if the President would gislt'uJly 4 2July 19 4 :0
ibe Big Stick a fourish or two thoseuly 5 45 0 July 20 4,425
July 6 4,250 July 21 4,200
pace eavos would swali:w the bluff. July 7 4,250 July 22 4,00
July S 4,250 July 23 4,450'
yor anne, of Chicago, is a swift lrl 4 500 July 24
rticle. He was recently fined for July 10 .. July 25 4,300
-eedhig an automobile. July 11 4,250 July 26 4,OO
July 12 4,80 July 27 4A0
'Te laundryman and t-e ice man July 13 4250 July 28 4300
a oe not been heard to complain of July 14 4,0 July 29 460 .
L wid ather .uly S 4.2 July 30 4 ,b
Stor weth. Total for the month ......11~u

The Presidet is rapidly establish-
tg a m.hiScanent reputation as a "but-

eports indicate that the New Or-
sao- stem inista it stasu g pat.
t beans to lak a though the
mmpma minm to w k aAs dst b L

Average per day ........... 41
I ereby eertify that th above state-
ment L corret according to the reo
ords oa li tn this oace
Chrulatio Mr.
Sworn to aW subscribed bfafr Mei
this Xt W 4WJey, 1I.
J. P. 8OI931 1
NotaryPb e. I

this name, but uescribes some nine or Trae Avwes e Imworucmee nd so
more different varieties of personality eettve Air They Afet.
manifested by the patient that are: Many people assume certain man-
qunte interesting. Ths the patient had ners as they assume certain clothes
spells of blindness, deafness, paralysis, and change these manners more sel-
etc. The most interesting of these dom than they change their clothes.
manifestations, because the least easy Some think it ingratating to be perky.
to explain, was the patient's ability to Others think It more graceful to be

draw the full figure of a nurse, etc., i drooping and melancholy, to ite wist-
during her spell of blindness. To con- i fully, walk mournfully and .t as if
vince himself that this was the actual before the baked meats of a funeral
case the author held a book between, feast. But of all the people who In.
the patient's eyes and the sheet of dulge in travesty I think I get most
paper on which she was drawing or put amusement out of the mysterious peo-
his hands before her eyes while she ple.
was drawing without in any way Inter- Bated, forever bated. Is the breath of
fearing with her drawing. Her sense of, the mysterious person. Directly he
touch was highly sensitive during that comes into the room you are conscious
period; she could detect a line drawn of the presence of the unutterable and
across her drawing paper, dates writ- know that it will speedily be uttered
ten at the top of her drawing paper, into your most private ear. When he
merely by touching the paper where' speaks to you he "takes you aside," so
the intruding lines had been drawn., that none other may know that he is
During her normal state the patient telling you that the weather is damp
could never draw either before or after and that there is a deal of influenza
her illness. about As he discusses with you such
dreadful subjects as the price of bob-
RIENDSHIPS. i ailed boots, the fctuations of stocks
.R. IPI. and the economies of the administra-
DWle.e Bc twee Tho e toon his bead approaches yours, his UpS
and Thie e WO i e. pout. ~-etliely, his eyes glance round
One difference between men and warily to make sune that no one Is
womeu in their relation to friendship within earshot to betray him and yon.
Is that a man's friends like him In The gallows Is surely In his memory.
spite of himself; a woman's friends or He wishes to avoid it; he wishes-
acquaintances care for her because of kindly wretch-to save you from It al-
herself, because of her powers of agree- so. Meet him halfway. It Is such
ability, her tact or her char. fun to do that. He respond sensitive-
A man may be as grouchy as he likes ly to the slightest mysterious encour-
on occasion. He may swear at his best agement and thanks he is impressing
friend and treat him as cavalierly as yu and that you believe him to be a
be pleases, yet that friend will wait in strange and remarkable personage and
patience for "the old man to come that you win go away and say: "Glad
round." knowing well that beneath the i I met John 8mith. Interesting man.
surface are a kindly heart and a will- Not every day you come across a man
Ingness to share a last crust with him. lite that" .
With her friends a woman may take 1 M5l WOwD are mylterous. In-
no such liberty. The kind heart and deed. I hae met more mysterious
the good intentiess count for nothing women than .yursious men. The
beside a woman's had manners and mysterio woman is often small but
lack of taste in the treatment of bhr er has are large plumed ike a
nearest nddeaest, sand codewamt hearse and generally black as night
is swift and suar Nothing excuses er, Ple f h fte and languid her man-
and abe is rarely forgiven. Nor wemld De. Se ts to look cusmuaiptfle
she expect to be forgiven. Not posem- and succeeds su s h ly often. As a
Ilg that large patience undeniably ec rule, he has little to say, but sys it
arto friendship or the powerof in se a awal manner that it takes
forging and waiting for the u on a c ad te
to blow oer. she doe not look for r- moment appears to be impressive.
giv N w shme IN s d am t aThink a over yw acuintancea aad R
these laws of a woman's making. trids. Ar not aomeof than mys.
Bather she give up her friend sad aMn an not t*y high cn-
contents herself qute placidly wt d AAre ot tbey called "iatrt-
other. Bt t as we aid before a thata t? The are ma
woman bas ae giis for friendip. spau a ts in te s scial weid
but few things ae more pWrIus than
A Man Who Does Th hat reputation for betang ientarlg
AeordM to a news item in the which is gae b the mystd
hica e 4wa. Governor maner And ha.f o t world at
Broward was in that I wlk. at we. ast i tritake for everyday pWL-
lookiMg p M alne Ma*Id for the a s ceale brislance mystery we-
purpoae at bhainala Ms cherished dom. ass' urs reata and the pop
projet at rmb the sverg8iaa. pet in Ite skt a gint ha the -
Verily. hae l the tribe that slne. Robert m s a CMn
does thi=.=MEW Arsewu m
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Imbraeing tU flowing subjec-.
L Language and Itera'r-\ ~ ,...
year course leading to the et-.'e '
Bachelor of Ats, Greek is no: re
lqut-ed, but is offered as an e:ctie:
throughout the course
n. General Sdmcic-Divide :nt,
three courses; 1, Chemical -...
Mathemat:ci course: Natoral Hto-
course. No Greek and only enu:~
Latin is required in these eoU~seg A.1
oar-yearu course.
m. Agrikito e--owyear and '%,
year cooraes.
IV. Engtne-Tis-FoUr-year 'r:
!n Mect-ankical. Ctivil Ea *.-
{Engineering, also a t(woyfar 5.e
;;a Mechanics. No IA;in or .*-<
requiredd in III. or IV The fu:: -,:
!under IL. III. and IV. iY -o a- .
,ree of Bachelo: of Sc:eare: ..e g.-.
jcouroes to a cer'tifica*r P
V. Pharmacy-A fu:" -wTrr-1-.-,-
jtn be bezun in S3p"'':-- : -e
VI. Normal-Tare- ; r-
'teachers: An-A one-a- --- -
a cetlifcate. A thr.-- s- .- ..
l.g to an L I Dr; -a A :. -
course leading to t- : B.--. Ea :a
;or of P.edagogy.
An ampl- corps - -:
ers. A high c.rric. -.
I-=l4ding board. I1' r y --
Fal term opens S;7> '.-, .,,
Sen for Catalogue.
Lake City, Florida.

City snbscriptions t'Il : \
i r.Vnr T to the frow' a':horu -. .

Waloace Ea Caswel.
Dudley R. Barrow.
Gecrze A. Fiem!-g.
Carlton Cuthman-
I Do Net Pay Carriers
The oly authorts*- tra;e!.= -9& r
i resentaives of The Pensa a c ,,u
Ai Hogeboom and Rober- E W
The cirnulation departmp:- w-:' r.
ornuse no rleceifs Si!-Td "'s '"2

cers. c nles f course, is--. 1
:he office.
When changing residence -
er- s .u: gtve c:. as wel.: as n' ..
'.resse. o'we ci si'ea:e c -
zesults before the change c- .-a
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Sl an ties of the clerk's office and that an
coes a La at an Eay Date i pec:or of weights and measures be
a n- al'pointed, such inspector to also in-
Ord inac ltroUCed COM aspect meats, milk. etc. The matter C
w Was referred to a special committee
plin ie t Be ig- consisting of Aldermen D'Alemberte,
pCWr Irght and Cahn for report.
e when Soaid. :l reference to the lack of filing fa-
SW"C" Oi' ciitties in the clerk's office and the
necessity of a proper preservation of
rte city's records, the mayor announc-
Sa & F i ACCEPTS ITS OR- ,ed] that be had ordered a filing case
%ACE-MAYORA BLISS MAKES' for the office and he asked that for a
RECOMM jEN time at least a stenographer to assist
N.,BER OF RECOMMENDA- 'the clerk and mayor be employed at a
-;.lary of not exceeding $40 a month.
TrION A ND ASKS FOR BETTERr The request was granted.
SChairman Reilly of the finance com- ,
OLArTERS FOR THE CITY OFFI-, irtree recommended that a settlement
lith Mrs. Caroline Kahn Ibr $100 back
CIA S 'axes be accepted as the assessment
on Ihe property was irregular. It also
recommended that the city treasurer's
.(uncil met in reralar Itond be approved and that the appll-
.- :,::h*: with th.v followinF cation of A. K. Johnson for the re-
-;, .... A1,l, rni'n Mc- tu:nd of a $70.OO license tax be not
S a ':,r.-:i. R.i.'. \'righ:. pr.anted. The latter recommendation
o :.. I t, i::rrs an, Wnt-, a. hela' over til the next meeting
.. -, ;. i. ;ir-ii ,.. n.hMn Mr. Johnson will appear, and
I. :. t ai: of :l' mnieings. the balance of the report was ap.
1 wert rcati. correct- proved.
S, ..: A. qu:..' a numb'.-r Jim Crow Ordinance -Paes.
I._: heetn h id. the reai-I Chairman Wright of the ordinance
S :' t,,;.-:.unied a fu.ll nid engrossing committee reported
:.; Jim Crow street car ordinance
-et.; atos From the Mayor. nLd asked that it be put back on i,'
r c,-nimnde-d ;u th.- ', 'nd reading for some minor amend-
:.. having let-r ment!. This was done, the amend-
.- -. ,*,,, -.' fli a;,., l ,.'nt: wcrv made, and the ordinance
:4. :, ;,;:::.:h.. l;u oiuf :i v. ;s rcal the second and third times
,.: ', :r" fr :h cIn :'rd ,passed by unanimous vote.
h -a' -:.utlic Thel President Nbrthup of the street car
*,:* :- ,, ;ta Ti, finance' company was present and was Invited
S, v to be speak on the matter. President
.. ;.,. :,, z Northup said he doubted the authori-
n.ayor r T. rm :ni ~'a: a ly of the council to pass such a regu-
'"., (n,:-.-- r ac..h lation. He would like, however, to
;:,'.r .n 'h. cl'. 'vi. !g n.;,-, s.c the matter settled definitely one
v. .'. park-. l.v a;,;mi'*-Jl :j way or another.
i'; limllTn\n,,qM'r n:t tsuchI The Pensacola Journal was desig-
":.:, :uatt.i Wa- rf.,rr.n to h ated as the offclal city paper.
S --"r:i.' ,r rep-,r Chairman Cahn of the franchise
.;.VI, r...,iln.!i t.hai thhe committee reported favorably on the
* .p-. ,.*: w, -h;i. and ordinance regulating the erection and
.-;,ara'f-d '!rni the du; trsulaUton of electric wires in the city.
The Bond Election.
Chairman D'Alemberte of the board
of canvassers of the bond election re-
For restoring m Prted on the election, the report
|r rtioq the showing that the official canvass of
apette d the vote resulted in accordance with
h.g dige i vo published in The Journal
ing sterday morning. Chairman D'Alem-
H'l f the bond election as $221.40 and
kI kd that a warrant be ordered drawn
for that amount. This was ordered
C Comptroller's Report.
I IS pcday goo & Comptroller Morgan's reports for.
sI Tr s pc y g I dt9- months of June and July were sui-;
| Try a boitl d wI fitted as follows:
Se for yurselLf rucsoous. ria., At g as i
S. the Ho. Mayor M dm CoUseL. ...ty of Pen
a seaolsa.
,en i meu-B1elow plese find statement n'
--ipts and disbureentst for the month
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16- d'-.nor. who looks aT-
f: ':.e ,'f omn of irregu-
S' :'." wake at nights-
S" '.inking out new
SPr-iprv'y nothing g
.' long-sout, long-
a:. b * jhort-lean man.
; 'r. art perfect and
'a- wi'h "he serrvies
n rch rant tailor. Etra-
"x:ra-thin men may
., /- ; *-0. ,a, ,. to $15.00
.. ;' between. The
"' 'he newer" and the
-' ":,. is perfect.
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xpeae tfor tUe m tmm; k: aoaeomlrw"'v
-tateemt nf th floatlUn debt on June
a'. toL.&ad May st. .IS:
SCab nL tremsry. May Sl
W.............. 5 7
|ei tpts. June 10:
From Ufeenoe ........ ...... 1 t
-.'r..I and Aund .... 825 s
SC unty road and bridge t. .5 7 .67
MIlse llaneous............... ItU ..t10
Making..................... ..47u 8
rh& eaisr 5mN Ma

follows: -
Interest on Boaded bt .... 630 M
Aecounts paabt ............ 6.9 2:

7 6 2t

Balance cas h tres ry .. .6 4
I XLrns JUMg. 11w.
;k-ipatmenmt of Publ ebact---
Polilc re Pretct a:
alarins of Marthal.- De0
a"d Police................l5117
Status huow e*erlma .. I..'
Patrol expen.s.i............. I Tt
Fweediatprtioners............ I3w
Stoaa pounds @KMIe ........ 400
SUtOne-y and IrstLa.. .4.- lJ92
Ftr Prut-caos:
salartue of se em -*
ploy.... ... sfv
eipal rnd exp, M..... '
Iant o( trnekt ad emWWq
Water rent.................... n
Inet ctdal...:........... S-s- .a t1
Ssalaryphyr-ta ............. b
H p,,pttl exLpnse........... sI1I
MediUcaes.................... Wl

rotw; Dept. *f Publtf l UG
DepL of Pabl'c Waks:
t uett. crosirg. etLe. -
pair and timrovemeat.. 1.-lM41
tnruto. elml L-.......... ...... tl*
Staets. lihU h ....-......... 130n
twres. cleaBt- -a M*5
I o................... ... --. --
4arb w sreovl rad dis-
DOM ..........~. -..--.~ = so

SInedentals . U .- .
rotal DOepLt. eableo rks
Dept. Gom'l --M :
Satanie o general eseers.. GIOe
i ettomense................ te
Stationej--- ---------- --- 0
laectl expei-----......... ..- 0

0,u1 B


4 on ,o


salaries inspector. ....... 1 ,
Salary of :erk............... L%,- 19 (
Toal expenses June 1Ik. 7,9:0"0
OlPAnArLtVB TrATS..:-1 OT PI t)ATt' .4 USAT
tItem. June I,. li 6 May i.: ; .
Interest onboudeiu aeo 44 1, 91 5,
renecotia tLser Co..... 8,-t6 a. 00
aIl.;, payable ........... I ., .. 127P
account parable....... 4, 6 161 4 i
Total..................9 3r93s t..t04 .o
*TATIRInTi- ..- ...3r, 3
*i- mnee u.tI *-.-I M I. I '5.... iZ, a,i 3
' t June ....... W
Credit to Oert ng on account
dib.ounta.................... Iti 83-s,7. 16
I aving..................... 7;,7 U.
Credit to rtlnguverlaid... ,71765
aL na euanllee *e Juneau, s.A...... 0, ~
AL u. eV r% :U jcuu A.lly Uiiteu.
LiO. T. MOuKtAm,
C (.j,, L ,l :rt.
P-NACoLLA, V- a. Aug. 8, ;9,6.
To th' Hon. M t au t;ouncil, tity of Pen-
Gen tiemen -Below lease find statement ct
rec*1tltanu dUe ur.emtniat the luunth of
Ju,, loT. with a diala. statement of the ex-
perase lo ti. lJuMtU; aI1o a o.tmparattr
statement of the lualiAg 4 debL un Ju.n .1, 10 ,
ad .Uane 104.

Cash in trensry, June S,
M0 ...... .................
RecelptE. July ISe:
From Licenses...........S .S 6
Tax......................... ?,pa 79
Fines and oaund ..... iti148
C an ty road and bride ta 4 04
Miecellaneous.............. 41 64-

The disbuarsmenta were
follows :
Interest on Bonded Debt.... T u
Aesooone peatble........ ... 1
Balance sh in tremasur ..

m 10 0o

CMS 63
,$7;3 4

160,918 16

D prtment of rubllo h aet--
Police Proteotion:
Salaries of MXtsha, Deuty
and Pollee ......... ...... l,60 O1
Station house expenses.... 1i, ml
Patrol expen s........... iM
Feettln( prtioners........... UK; 0O
Itloc onand ex4pn66...,,.. 4,00
Stationery and fneidentals.. ; 1,J339
nr*r Proteeuon:
Salaries of chief and em-
p!oyr ...... ........ .. .... Ila
Telegraph alM, renewaI
rpltrn and eapenase... .. W
IRnt of trouk and eulgne
bon*s .................. 870
Water rent..................... ONM
lanetentals................. 1104-- ,Ismn
salary phystecan............. 000
Hospital expense............ 8116
dicises................ .... NIb
arand tran of palir .. V8- 1n 0
fotl Dept. of PubliMS 8.l 11

Dept. of Public Work:
Mtrees, eroeeirgs. ,ete re-
pairs and improvementt.
Streets, claning. ............
treets. ligbtLng .............
aewers, lealnng and ash-
ng...................... .....
Garhe, r*movYl mad dlr-
penPos....... .........***...
public bulld)lW, repalreand
laeldentals . . . .
lotal Lept of Public Works
Dept. ea'l lxpeness:
alaerte of general ooer,..
Let l expenses ...... ......
tationery.. .............
Incidental penses .........




Total! Dept. *3'" Expenm ..
Dept. of Bealth:
Salaries of nsptor. .... .1700
srs r of e'erk .............. 164*
Incldentals ..... . t
Tot.&' evrtmtmtof Health
License refun-ed..........
redllle judgment. ........
iota: expense Ju'y. 19S.

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29-- 10
$0144 ii

COMeASATtv t2.tATM OPT or tf *Arle Post
Iteme. July $ i a Junae 6. o,I0.
Interet on bonudfi abti( .TM M) 4 460
PNnme^!a Waler Co...*. :1,6g MIU
nlt.; perabie ........... l..1 > r4t i 7. ...
Aoooun spayable......... ,a 4 6i3
To 1.. I s4 6l1Jl9 I
GTATSUIrul U" ..ll .41l.
las' .ee n-..' ietf. Juned slI ..... *,tT; 7;
tlecL't-d in JIli. :s! ................. .6 7
Ba -n -e uonollecelJulyl t, 19...... ', 71t
4., of Aleh is respectt'.ly sutmatted.
CuEm. rulier.
The treasurer's report for July was
Wide Tire Ordinance.
Alderman Cahn on behalf of the
mayor introduced an ordinance amend-


The Home

This Fall.

This may .e done
at little expense,
with a few well-
framed pictures on
the bare walls.
We carry a large
line of moulding tor
the purpose.

Gem Book Store
c. L J*. 080Frq


We are ovetcked. A very large line of LESTER, CLUTTER and CASSELL

Pianos on which we will make a reduction of $25 to $75 for August sales.

Very Special CASSELL PIANOS, S275. Regular price,
6325. Terms, S10 Cash, $6 per month. Bring the
t $10 with you. Stool, Scarf, Music and two years' free
Stunning. The Best Piano ever offered for the money.

I 12 and 114 South Palefox Street, Pensacola, Fla.

^** i,, yf,y




Sam Solomon Was Struck y One Funral of Mrs. Clara Landrum

of the Street Cars Yesterday Lanz-Personal and Social

and Painfully In- News of Interest to

ured, Journal Readers.

Sam Solomon, a messenger boy in r ieoal te The Journal.
the employ of the Postal TelegrapIa De Fniak Springs, Aug. 23.- The
Company, was painfully though no.. funeral services of Mrs. Clara u-
seriously, injured yesterday afternoon crm Lans were conducted Sunday
by being struck by a street car morning at the episcopal church by
Palafox street. Bishop Weed of the diocese of Florida,
The boy, who had been sent out to and were most impressive. Hosts of
deliver a message, did not notice the friends of the decease were present
car, and at the corner of Palafox anti which testified to the great esteem
Romana streets endeavored to make and love with which she was regarded.
by the car, and knocked to the pave- the form of flowers were sent frobme

The boy was taken in a nearby drug New Orleans and other places-an es-
store. where a physician examined the specially beautiful piece composed ot'
injuries. He had a bad bruise over white and purple passion flowers con-
the left eye where he had struck tue lg from Mobile. Banks of exquisite
pavement, and in addition many bruis roses, ferns, etc., were sent by her
es about the body. many DeFunlak friends. A quartet.
He resides on West Main street ani composed of Mr. Stuart Gillis, Mr.
was taken to his home shortly after- Hope Cawthon rs. John Watson an;l
T"Come Ye Disconsolate," and "Nearcr.
A HAZING TRAGEDY. My God to Thee." Mrs. Mary allies
t Wol llirams, of Milton, Mr. Ben ani-
Othaig of the eSla Phsaore Whe drum, of Pensacola, and Mrs. Mtinni
I struck'flny Pattereoet" Yinto Milligan, of Andalusia, came in
"Ites many years now siuce the slang on the morning train. Mrs. Lanzda
expression. W sellyeath was a great shock and her man
son?' was heard a over New a yor the sorrowing family. Especially .-
and Brooklyn." said a veteran of the their sympathy aroused for Mrs. te
metropolis. "Few people remember D. Cawthon, of Alpine, Texas, and DL.
the origin of the expression, wiblch was Landrum, her sister and father, who
really the killing of a young man by were unable to reach her bedside.
sheer fright. iHarsing at colleges was Her remains were Interred In the fan:-
as rough then as now, and a common Ut burying ground in the cemetery
hmfo omeImainarMrs. C. B. McKinnon and children,
condemn him td execution, and then of Milton, are visiting her fathers
bold his head on a block while a blow Miss Beulah Manning, of Florala,
was struck n the ground with the doll left for her home Monday. She made
side of a hatchet. A student named numbers of friends while here.
William Patterson was caught and Miss Gary Beville was quite 1ll1
tried in this way and was led weeping again Sunday. A physician was called
and shouting to the block. He was in and she is now much better.
then blindfolded and held down, told A reception was held by Mr. ano'
that his last da bhad come, and then Mrs. IeAartt, of Bloomington, Illino
the bogus blow was struck with the at the Commercial Hotel on Monday
h bo blo as truck evening. ft was well attended b;
hatchet. Bis es ceased lnatantly friends who bade them welcome to
and when the students In alarm tore our city. They have recently taken
off his eye bandages.and felt his pulse charge of the hotel.
the discovered that he was dead. 8ev- Miss Johnnie Gillis left Monday af-
eral investigatl6as were held to asce- ternoon for Pensacola, Fla.. on her
tain who strtck the fatal blow, and It way to visit Mfsp Leonard, of Cleve-
was because It was finally aecotained land, Ohio, who has been spending
that no one ever struck Billy ettN her winters south.
son at all that tbe agravatingy quet- Protracted services will be conduct-
son att agra g q ed net wrek at the Second Methodist
tlon referred tq "as shouted at v church by a nphew of the minister,
stranger by street boys, bootblaks and Rev. Mr. Callioin. A large choir com-
other Juvenile nntsances." loosed of members from other choir--
D-it. g mat-at s ea. of the ctty will assist. The Methodist
When ships at sea are In want of choi0r i conducting the song services.
When s ps at sea arthe wanted Dr. McLean, of California, acconi-
provisions andstarvingthe signal sedpanied by his daughter, Kate, passel
is a pendant wfth a ball underneath. through here on his way to Milligan
Should the signial be reversed-i. e, Monday pightL, From there he will
ball uppermost-It would signify that
the vessel addressed was running into



The people of Escambia7 County,
as well as the manufactures geno
rally, look upon us as the drug
leaders of this part of the coun-
try. Hence, vrtything in drug
store goods comes to us first,
and people come here first for
their drug store needs. They
have learned that that saves
time and trouble and is most

Let Us Fill Your Prescriptions.


Phone 109.

Druggist and Apothecary. 121 S.Palafox.



danger. If a ball should be hoisted In Your Home go to Pensacola for a visit before re- T r I lt
superior to a large square flag it would turning to California. 1 N W AL
denote that the cargo is on Are or ship Sloat's Liniment is the best antisep- Dr. Landrum is expected home at
leakin and require immediate assist- tic tokeep handy. Kills yellow fever any time, having left Alpine, Texas, t.
dance. All "distant signals" are an- and malaria getms. Monday morning. Morris Danbiser, prlmetr.
swered by hoistlng a ball at ship's Miss Alma McLeod, of Florala, s 12 West Zrrgss treet.
masthead or masthead signal sta visiting friends and relatives hre. et Zarragoa
Shore and are used at all times This is MiEs Alma's old home and her EVERYTHING NEW, COOL, COY
when the colors of a ship's flag cannot v ilsit is a great pleasure.
whenhe d ecolosrs ofT a hbop'v ag cannot Several ladies of the city met Tues- CLEAN AND NICE.
be dstingalsnhd. The above are nter- day afternoon at the residence of Mrs. _
national signals. Siles to perfect a plan for the organ-
ization of a Ladles Club, devoted to COME, MAKE YOUR4CLP j 1A
i the general Interests of the town.
ing the wide tire ordinance. This The" will ho:d their next meeting n HOME. YOU ARE WELCOME.
ordinance, If passed, will have the ef- the Odd Fellows' Hall.
feet of lessening somewhat the strin- i I U Mrs. Brewer, of Pensacola, the
gent provisions of the present ordi- -- .mother of Mr. O. J. Brewer, returned' !. ._i 11 _
chance. 13aturday afternoon after a short visit Old Hickor W Itk
Must Weigh Ice. here.
Alderman Wright introduced an or- Mrs. l1eeman. director of the Bap- MY SPECIALTY.
inane governing the sale of ice in tist choir, will give an "Old Time Con-
the city. Ts ordinance rea res i We can save you money and satisfy cert" in a short while. The mandolin -
brief, that ice delivery wagons shall you i you desire a flirt-clas Piano and guitar club will give two num- MAIL ORDERS AE ft,
. re-quired to carry scales upon the New Pianos from $100 to $600. bers, Mr. Burdick will play a cornet O ER ARE
wago s and tweiho seics on theque Be sure to see the Baby Piano-- oolo and several other fine numbers --- -
of the purchaser. smallest regular Piano made for young will be given. F. M. WILLIAMS,
Alderman D'Alemberte introduced and old alike, $100 to $175. Dr. C. B. MoKinnon, of Milton, was CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
an ordinance fixing the salary of thq It will pay you to call or write us. here Wednesday on a professional Offce, Brosnaham buildtn, DWt
c:ty attorney at $1200 a year, begin. visit. to Businaes College
ning September 7. 1905. The ordi- Mr. E. W. Tharp, a prominent busi- Prompt attention always given
nance was read the first and second TUNING A SPECIALTY. ness man of DeFuniak, visited Pen- to business. Panseolla. IFr .
times. sacola Monday.
Aldermen D'Alemberte and Yongo PHONE 476.
introduced a resolution to the effect Lugubriosm Weddal
that the chairman of the Board of It seems, by the way, almost forgot- t
Public Works and the Board of Pub. LUTTER & RUSHING ten that It was with a burlesque of Ib. m
lic Safety be requested to attend all sen that Mr. Barrie made his first bow e
regular monthly meetings of the as a dramatist. His travesty of "Hed- B lU l
council. 12 L. Ovrnm lt Street. da Gabler" was one 6f the most de.
Railroad Franchise Accepted. PENSACOLA, .* FLORIDA. licious pieces of fooling ever seen at f lI mi
A communication from the Pensa- Toole's theater, and in it Mr. Toole (as B Vott W iv r
cola, Alabama & Western Railroad Ibsen himself), George Shelton as Tes-
Co.. was read to the effect that the man and Miss Irene Vanbrugh as a has no qua
company accepted the franchise re- I blend o The and Hedda were de- <; ., -
ccntly granted it. A similar letter o I ul In one cene Tmblendn of Tea and Hedda were de
acceptance was also received from thlhtul. In one scene sman was Sold eveywhe
Pcnsacola & Northeastern Railroad /I O IFl busy writing a review when Hedoda eA i.n-e-
Stered, and the following dialoge took S. Fried m a
Petitions from a large number of place:
liquor dealers for license to sell liquors Nee l ave N Terror ftort Tesman (looking up)-Thea- Wholesale Distribk er.
were read and granted. Hedda (languldly)-- am not Thea.
Seville Square. BO550S BleSSing I am Hedda. Leader in Imported Wuim
..Alderman D'Alemberte moved that Tesman-Then, Hedda, is there a k
the attention of the chairman of the to Mankind in "Cristinity" and Liquors.
board of public works be directed to Hedda (very slowly and intensely)- PHONE 17
the condition of Seville Square with 18' THE ONLY POSITIVE There-is--nothing-in--Cbritlanlty. M O-ru A ,-
the request that the weeds be cut and Tesman-Fanye that!-Loadon Pall N I r1 OOUTH PALAFX ,
the square be put Into proper condl- PREVENTIVE AND Mall Gazette. PENSACOLA, FLA.
Alderman D'Alemberte presented a S 7n a -.
petition asking that the e arbe li- tJ 3 f.,ame a a --. kno
its on East Hill be extended to Ftbr-. "Lterary ame," said a well known + I -
teenth street. The matter was refer- author whose name a few years ago
red to the boara' of public safety. was in everybody's mouth, "Is more
Alderman McHugh gave notice that ONLY 60 CENTS PER BOTTLE. easily caught than kept He who has a
at the next meeting he would intro- reputation to maintalt hi a wild
duce an ordinance prohibiting the SOLO AT NICK APOSTLE'S RES. beast in his choose which he-maut con-
Mowing of whistles of locomotives Atantly'feed oitwlfne ehff.m. He
within the city limits. TAURANT.tatl feed in a mode t angi. Hei
........ ...w..istesofAU._NT.... WI!) w It in a moddn language is
A bill of J. J. Bowes for $22.15 for -h3 .. ...... a mdn Is
repairs on the cty mowig mac anutaotured by but the s de of ow fame, scb-
was referred to the mayor sad daace I080 M EtiC l MANUFACTUR. bling with Md what 1 next wave of
aomittee. M s aSANY time wil obute a. bts.( h rirt I sb
Thecoecl thrn adJoura d. eNC OLAy FLORIDA. repte, not a pard f ely,6 Int V6 e Tbl
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otgious Blood Poison more t .
- hy poiasos the blood than any othet
S-Emm. Eery Prt of the body is of.
I sMd whena he in beco-es iatrenched
ia the circulation; red eruptions break
eat on the skia, the mouth and throat
S em te. glands in the neck and goiea
l-, the hair fall out, copp-cold
apates appear on the body, etc.
I wes aM edt with blood poiso, and
best doctor did me no rood, thabg
too their treatment faithfty. a
t I seemed to get worse all the whai.
took a! most every so-called blood rem-
but they did not seem to reaoh the
alMa d had no effect whatever. I
ras dishertened, for it seemed that I
would never be ed. At the advice of
a friend I then took 8. 8. and bean to
anp.rove. I ontinuedthe medline, and
It eured me completel.
Hamlet, O. Wi. nWXAN.
So hihiv eontatmous is this disee


or E. LUM am=CNwas"~

Scco, Hcard and Done Among Those Who Go, Come
end Tarry wWomen and Society, Here and Elsewhere
CCM. .. .

Of all the invidious
Temptations inrsi aous
Contrived by the devil to pull a
There is none more delusive,
Seductive, abusive,
Then the snare for the man with
wife out of town.
He feels such delighttulness,
Sure-to-ro- t .i filn

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Copyrighted in Green Boxee.

Costumes. Rear Admiral Eaquist and
his staff were among those present.
-- -
Commodore Edward D. Robie, U. S.
Navy, retired, who for some years
his past has resided in Washinton, D. C.,
nas during a large share of his long
service in the engineering department
of our Navy a resident of this village
and has since that time been a fre-
uaent i itnr hiba Mria Rfi1'. tbai




Large Number of Young Men MNt
Last Night at Chamber of
Commerce Rooms and

--- ----c--- i re-1. t-eignaa iness que11 viIoI nr, I r1s Bo. i Inre A meeting of Possibly f efty of the t
that many a life has been ruined by (I own it with pain), bothersLyman, Chares C. and Wal mome ti possibly ffty of te
y hand shake or from using the Such bachelor rakishness, ter Aoams. and her sister, Mts. was held last night the rooms ;
toilet ..ricles cf one affected with the What-will-you-takishness, Charles Urink, living here. He is ast ht e rooms o
poSson. T cure th:s hideous and hate- None can explain, again spending a few days here, and NADINE FACE POWDER is comn the Chamber of Commerce, when *
iudisease a constitutional remedy is re. it taking a particularly lively Interest' pounded and purified y a newly diat new company of the state militia wa
quimel. S. S. goes downtothe very His wife may be beautiful, tr the peace negotiations now in pro- covered process. Produces a beauti- formed. Prof. H. Clay Armstrong, on
ot of the trouble and forces out every Tender and dutiful- gress at Portsmouth, N. H., between ful, soft. velvety appearance, whi'h of the best posted men in the star(
particle of the virus from the blood and "Tis not that her absence will causethe Russians and the Japanese. The remains until washed off Ladies who on military matters, was chosen couw
Sthe disease m ntly. S. S. him delight- reason for this Is that Japanese civil-. Use Nadine Face Powder are sure the manding officer.
L purely vegetable and drives out the l the cursed opportunity, ration dates from 1853, when Admiral complexion will be soft and lovely ati The meeting last night was ('11
trouble,rootand ;ale:l immunity Perry. of the U. S. Navy visited that close of the-evening. that insure6 the success of the ne--
signs of it are nigh:. nrl introduced that people into th: Buy one 50-cent green package of inaugurated the movement, and with
eerseen ain.- -A Bostonian in Exchange. tling that were then marvelous, the Nadine Face Powder, and if you are the assistance of a number of the youn-
Sbe Tose who -v- ioo:notive, the electric telegraph and rot entirely satisfied, notify us and r.en of the city succeeded in aroustn
SELY VEGETABL. s cn fd REV. FREDERIC JONES the modern ways of doing things. Mr. will promptly refmini your nior.ey. considerable interest.
assured that CHRISTIAN GENTLEMAN. nl i, n joined the Navy ij 1832, and Sold by all leading druggIst-. or mail Last night was the first meeting I
some of the poison is left in the blood to The re:enntion of Rev. r'rederi,' wr assigned to duty with the Perry price 50 cents. White, Fles, Bruuett, those interested, anid the members
trasmi t to innocetf The e Jonesl as t3'or of ', 'r Bap:.~t p ditlon. Congress, in an attempt prepared only by present were very enthusiastic, es-
tiebody is bilt up and ef Tloomd maio church, eas p a a :r:"vo.os ock to sh w its friendly intent toward' NATIONAL TOILET CO., Paris, Tenn. specially as they had secured such I
pure, rich and healthy by this great rem- hls local friends nnd admilrers--Bar- that far distant and then little known commanding ofcer as Prof. Arm-
edy. Book with instructions for home twist and nou-Baptist-who were not people, had provided that all thai was strong. -
treatmentand anymedical advicedesird pieared for the announcement. latest and best in scientific research citing in Bagdad, Miss Minnie Mason The company will be mustered into
will be pr free of charge. Perhaps sne iset of Mr. Jones's here should be presented to the Mi. of Milton, with her guest Miss Sharit, service tonight when another meet-
will be r free of arge. general standing in h comm.. ni.- kado, in practical working models, from Apalachicola, Mr. Vaughan and ing will be held. Col. R. M. Cary as
i SWIFr. ECIFIC CO., Atlasta, il. rmay he zleatned from a casual remark and so to the young engineer, fell the daughter, Miss May, of Century, who' been deputized to muster in the r.e;i
made several months ago in The Jour- duty of constructing these things on have been visiting in Baga'ad, and' command by the adjutant general, and
Dal office by a young man who is no Japanese soil and instructing the na- Mrs. Vucovitch of Pensacola, who has this will be done. At this meeting
-^ respector of the mere cloth. He said: tives in their workings. Commodore been the guest of her sister in M!lton first and second lieutenants will also
"iWell. I don't take much stock ir. Robie says that when the ship sailed for some time. be elected.
preachers as a rule but I believe that into the harbor of Yeddo the Japanese Young men of the city who desire to
PFa r I man .Tones of the Baptist church is Hioops came down to repulse them, A wedding that attracted some locall become members of the company c.n
II. the best man I ever saw?" armed with the only weapons they interest took place Sunday at the! leave their names in the office of Se.*
A11 .An', during a three years residence then possesse, spears and bows and Presbyterian parsonage in Milton, retary Jones of the Chamber of Coml--
I* i X S a eI the writer has never heard a word arrows. To-day, only fifty-two years when Mr. Alonzo Rogers and Miss merce or at D'Alemberte's drug store.,
that directly or indirectly impugned later, they not only use, but construct TIpple Bowers, both of Bagdad, were These names will' be referred to al
the sincerity of Mr. Jones either as the equals of any battleships and wea- married. The bride is only 15 and special committee.
The largest assortment of pastor or Christian gentleman-a pons in the world. Among the things the groom 24. Mrs. Rogers is the It is the desire to bring the new
Pipes in the city. Big record that is not easily matched in sent to Japan on the Perry expedition daughter of J. M. Bowers and her hus- command up to the standard once oc-!
consignment just received these days of hasty, outspoken and were a miniature railway, with an band is an employee in the mill. cupied by the military organizations *
and must be sold at once indcp ndent judgement of and by old engine aboul ten feet in length and a of this city.
to get them ont of the anl young America. And is especi- circular track was laid by Mr. Roble. Mr. and Mrs. Fr'nk C. Horton and
way. aally noticeable of a pastor who has on which this train of cars was run.- their sister, Miss Katie Landrum, wili Nothing on the Market Equal to Cham.
serve.l in a :-mnmnilty for seven The Marathon, N. Y., Independent. leave this evening for Pensacola. tol Berlain's Colic, Cholera and
InErN CGUndO A.ND mSC 1 years-years fraught with all the -- attend the weda'ing of their brother.
l U a usual financial, spiritual. denom!- Mr. Will Richards is expected home Je Ju Jas. R. Lndrum to Miss y This fact is well know to drugglt*
SaTRDAY niT AT tAmf'Cg I 1ona anri congregational truggies to-day from Ter.nessee where he has Wheat of that city, which will tak everywhere, and nine oul tof ten wi
SATURDAY NIGHT AT O'CLOCK i tha; have neset the early stages of all spent the last ten days at Nashville, place to-morrow everywhere, and nine -Mobe ruo rst of ten will
n-lirFreshioBls organizations, from M.cedo- henderson and other places. Herald August 22. when the best mes asked for Mr. Obe
dresn urea i (ally and i. ,,w, when the best is aske, for. "Mr. Obe
Fresh Bread diia down. ,Witmer, a prominent druggist of Jop_.
(, .-h Roasted Coffee. Icei J eG6 DeFunla.. s
frCh Roasted Coffee. Ice MrJon.e is the type of unpreten- Miss Queenie Owen of Mobile ar- Miss Johnnie Gillis of DeFuniak MoIn a circila tor hirust ofJop,
Cream and Cake orders tious. sympathetic Chr.tian to whom rived last evening to spena' a few rings is visiting Mrs. A. D. Morri- says: There is nothin ton the maket
for parties and weddings the world-weary wavering spirit pins days with Mrs. Alice Wagand. en route son on Lakeview avenue. in the way of patent medicines which
a specialty. its faith in safety from the eldying home from New York. equals Chamberlain's Coic, Cholera
W I current of monmr theo.ogilc phrase- Little Miss LolT Johnsop daughter and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel com-
rnaklng. The type of man who stand,; The Rathbcne S!sters held an inter- of Mr. and Mrs. if.. Johnson was plaints. W'e senl and recommend this
/ quietly in his place apparently gentrl? testing meeting Wednesday afternoon, able to be out on Sunday for the first preparation." For sale by all drug- $3
'W H I T e L^;Jand unresist'ng but-a tower of two applicants being received who time since she fell from a horse at dists.
strength in the community he so truly will be initiated next Wednesday the summer residence of Mr. and Mrs.
OPPOSITE CUSTOM HOUSE. adorns. right. The ladies cleared a neat sum L. E. Brooks on Bayou Texar, recent- $3
Ur---IT US I Um HUSE. That a change back into the higher from their picnic Friday, notwithstand- ly and broke her am SUDDE DFATH OF 2.
benefit Mr. Jones physcially and will Miss Nellie Kathrine Roberts re-
itud o hsoled il ng the .nclem.n et e Nhtsre-
W h=t Y nr Illtit f'Auplift the spirits of his old friends Mrs. Sam Frie man was the fortun- 'turned Tuesday eve hg from a three MRS. C. MEACIAM
Wo A those who love him in this city but lass-the prize at Progress Club she pursued her musical studies ex- $
l 1 ,colle to can detraot nothing from their pres- etl -e last night from 8 to .10. Later cept for the time When she was sing- WAS FORMERLY MISS SUSIE POL.,
e ent feeling of impending loss. the usual dance was enjoyed. I ng at the Miami Valley Chautauqua.
the Old Reliable I LOCK OF THIS CITY-DIED AT en
JUDGE LANDRUM'S AND Mr. Chancellor, Mrs, Wentworth andl The friends of M. R. .L. Cresap
MISS WHEATS WEDDING. the Misses Snarpe leave at noon for will regre KINSTON N. C.
The wedding of ~on. James R Lan- St. Iouis. ll regret to lean that she is very
k S drum'" and Miss Ruby Grace Wheat ill at her home on East Government
as celebrated lat atthe Hon. ohn Chris and rs. Swaine t.Mr. Cresap is also confined to
s celebrated lat evening at thel n. John hrisy and MrS. Swaine h_ room by illness. Telegraphic information was receiv-
rcsidence of the bride's other Mrs. are nuw cocu:,ving one of Mr. Mer-i; r y eleraic inoraion as recei
S _, ~ ~W. .1. Wheat in Warringto.nm, Fla. !ritt's cottages on Big Bayou where ensacola yesterday announng
R- The oeremonv took place at 8-45.1they will spend some time. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Scarritt return-i the death at Kinston, N. C., of Mrs.
TSa lr Irv. P. H halev rector of Chriet# ed Tuesday evening from a month of Cl s. Meacham, who was before her:
R church assiste'l by Rev. A. T. Sharpe, Miss C. JSmith of East Ga.den street rightfulul summer outing. They spent nirriage, Miss Susie Pollock, of this;
officiating. leaves thismorning for Chicago whera ome time at French Lick Springs city.
Where the best is There were no cards but a special she will spend several weeks,. and visited in Paoll, Ind., Luisville. In response to an earlier telegram
.. ...train left t,, t- at D. m. carrion I Ky., and Nashville. Tenn. In Nash- containing Information of her serious i
aways Obtaidnabe.a few friend and vri out s relatives. Mrs. I. G. Scarritt who has been the ville they found the weather so cool illness, Dr. W. A. J. Pollock brothers
Judge Lanvt-nm was attended by ruest of 'Mrs. F. J. Moreno during the that wraps were necessary in the of the deceased lady, left on the
e of r.. F J oreno durevening. o'clock train yesterday morning for!
Dr. J. Whiting Hargis as best manabsence of her son's family is again at evening.clocktrn yesterday morning or
All kinds of Fish, Soft Shell Ind ,.e briae b- her sister Miss Ma,- home with Mr. antu Mrs. F. M. Scar-; hner bedsde. but about noon another
Cr Western Meat. Wheat as n!atd of honor. ritt. Don't spoil your de rs :ithbn t ram wa re ved saying that sne
T, nvot~ree pmoot= .e -e :n "- ".ad died at II o'clock.
The orchestra of the Marine band 4 Extracts Use Blue Ribbon Lemon Mrs. Meacham's home was in Ric-
REGULAR DINNER SERVED DAILY, furnished mrsic throughout the (.on.- On the steamer City of Taumpa. conm- and Vanilla., i ure, ..... ..:.. Mrs. Meacham's home was in Rict-j
25 CEfTS. ing with piano accompanimentt by M is ing froni Milton V'ednesday morning Ask your grocer for Blue Ribbon Le- iond Va. but she had been visiting
Coney Oldmison. little daughter o. were Mrs. J. E. Creary and children, mon and Vanilla. Takes less Fla- n Knston, N. C. and or the past
Capt. Oldmiroti. itf t'orinth. Miss.. who have been visit vors perfectly. thee wesks had been in tiere, though
....... Th:ie ne:1l train reiurnin" left ,_ her illness was not regarded as of a,
PEIILA STE 3 "'Vnrringrin at 10 o'clock brirning the - ---. ---- serious nature until she took a sudden
IPLAl lt b YEI L ,IE S LII who saw the r!NA and bridegroon / i P3 t P, ~ ,t~ 1ipPpI-K The deceased lady's mother, Mrs. 8.I
oft on the 11 p. m tain for Atlant a. E. Pollock, is at present visiting!
PhSSIAG CLUB Ihmond ad Mobile. I I friends at Milton, where she learned
ES = S-,,N,-- G B.s se In MobIle they will spend a few av ".s C O IrG J V S ot her daughter's death yesterday af-
.U north alatox i cn their return with the brideroo!' f ternoon.
PROMPT AND EFFICIENT sister and brotherinlaw Mr. and Mrs. ". ...WITH A COMPLETE LINE OF...' 4 I Mrs. Meacham was well known in
SERVICI. F. C. Horton. ensacola, where her girlhood was
WORK CALLED FOR AND Judge Landrum and his charn I I I assed and where she had visited since
DELIVERED. bride have he bet wi!:Pss of a wil, o Iv I L i-I NY G her marriage. She was universally
MEMBERSHIP RATES FOR circle of friends. both being extremely admired for her womanly qualities and
PRESSING. $1.00 PER r popular and well known throughout MISS ROSA L. RAINES the news of her death will be received
MONTH. Pensacola and vicinity. v, ith regret by all who knew her.
PHONE. 675. will return to Pensacola again, She is now in the
E L. REESE, M. E WHITE, NOTES FROM THE -' at Eastop mar-- -- rr rk r . A Warning to Mothers.
Proprietor. Manager. ARMY AND NAVY REGISTER. great astern mar ts slcting everything new and Too much care cannot be ed with
r t .'- 94t*4 e Rear ,Admir I R. D. evans, T S. up to-date in the millinery line. We can assure our small children during tie hot weather
r ---- Navy, and Mr-. Evans ardr a number- thousands of customers that when the season ,oP n of the summer months to guard
of ofoferus toahed to whe eanth Ar- against bowel troubles. As a rule It
lantic Fleet. were uests of Senator here you will find The Big Store ready with the finest is only necessary to give the child a
Sand Mrs. Eugene Hale at Bar Harbar ^ and most complete lne of ready-to-wear and French doe o castor oil to correct any di -
S I i nilIDcmpl eot Thursday. ein . ro f , _yt.w ,. order of the bowels. Do not use anv
INU MURn Mrr. Roos,,velt and three of h shaped hats ever on display in this city before. Wait substitute, but give the old-fashioned
j Roosevelt children went from Oys:er for Miss Raines, She will be here soon with every.- castor oil, and see that it is fresh, as
(maaa"Basy to New Haven, Conn.. on the rh MsR... n.... wil b h soo w e -r rancid oil nauseates and has a ten.
SSWEET TOOTH" yhon Tuesdayafternoon. Th'ey m ing new and up-to-date i the millinery line. dency to gripe. If tls doea not che
,,,--- wtook the=h train for Far nngton. Conn:"., "- the bowels give Chamberlain's Colic,
and made a thort visit at the home of Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and
: TO OUR REFRESHMENT Captain W. S. Cowles, U. S. Navy, andj 4 \V / then a dose of ca or oil, and the di-
-- ABia ... Mrs. Cowles. .f IATT J'lmj l jPt Wtti .. ease will be checked in its inclpieocv'
PARLOR. OUR .Mrs...rT wieow of the late Genera V ill J ll nd all danger avoided. The .pto-.
Fitzhugh Lee U. S. Army with hnr oil and this remedy should be procpei
CE i son, Captain 'tzu. Lee. Is visitin- _,_ __t--- ,- __ at once and kept ready for instant use
ICE l, Richmond, where the;' are th' V 44 as soon as the first indication of anyI -
uAtI su of Mr. and Mrs. James Caskie bowel trouble appears. This is the
C I --V Cabeli. Mrs. Lee will sJil for the most successful treatment known an
Philippines during October. and will T E STAl E E WOMEN may be relied upon witn implicit on
WILu FIT IT TO THE divide the water among her daugh- AIL LvLLLUL 1Y UlIL1 fldence even in cases of cholera tf.n-
ters. Mrs. Rhca and Mrs. Brown an1 tinm linwr i la hv ail A ,-*C .

PROVERBIAL "T"-THE her son. Lieutenant Mason Lee, all 3t (Florida Female College.) ...
whom ire now in the Philippines. -T ALLHAS ..... A-.- I 0. o. F., ATTENTION.
BEST THAT I. A ball was given In Manila on Aug- TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. The membersof PensolaLodgt.
not 12 in the hall of the government The best college in the South for young ladies. Unsurpassed advantages No. 4, and Joppa Lodge, No. 6, L O.
-- ~-.-;- hanse in honor of Miss Roosevelt oy In music and a-t under teachers whohave studied in America and Europe. 0. F., are requested to meet at tneir
the citizens of Manla. It was the Sewing, cooking anl industrial arts taught young women. Physical culture in hall tomorrow (Thursday) afternoon
most elaborate entertainment in the, a gymnaRsum equipped with apparatus, swimming pool, etc., required under at 3:30 o'clock to attend the funeral
an Ifithn rt history of the city. Miss Roosevelt the direction of an experienced lady teacher. The only State Normal School of our late brother. E. M. Hanscom,
aly c I I, wore a gown which was presented to; for Women supported by the State of Florida, offering professional one-year a member of Milton Lodge, No 27.
af her by several tlUpito women, who courses, kindergarten training, andfour-year normal courses leading to the Members of Naomi Rebakah Lodge
140 S. Palfoa. Phoe 999 were oeePed or three months In degree of L. I AG3nbced college courses of equal standing with the Univer- No. 10, and visiting brothers are InvU .
0 S. aW 999 maknl IL. Tho ad at people at- sity leading to degree of B. A., B. 8.,M. A., and M. S. Tuition is free. Board ed to attend. -
tended the al, many ato the foreign nominal. For etalatoe and tfrtr particulars, write A. A. MURPRIBe., T. G. STINSON N 0. of a 4.
and Amereaa e wear ig ati Preeldet. JEUDE I, N. G. of N.
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down pain- are a om of the most aWoIU ftiMe which can
attack a o oftga t the womb. With this, generally
come trreutr, pPsid, scanty or pracme periods. wasteful, Weaken
t dros, dreadful bac he, headache, nervousness, dizziness, irr-
tablity, tired feeltg Mbdity o vak, e do a tpptite color ad
beauty. The cure i


Woman's Relief

Ltat marvel, curative extract, or natural essence, of herbs, vh
exerts such a wonderful strengthening Influence on a!! female organ~
Cardul reeves pain, regulates the mess, stops drains and stim
plates the muscles to pull the womb up Into place.
It aI a safe and permanent cure for all female ccsplints.

t strictst cooadenca tmlg as a
your troubles. We wl sd free ad-
rice (in plah asa I mope). Ad-
Iress: Ladl sAdv Iy DWptL, The
bMttamooa Medldne Co., Cbotta-
mCa, Tlm.


in my woMb ad orks," writes Mnr
Naomi Bfa, 0 1WbSer Groves.Mo.,
6' uyd menm werwMvry paaJ
ando kregh. Sbwe tw CardgI
fed Mke a eww VoMa&, 4o i




Penscola, Fla.
Spelal Woorly Rates for Tablo Bare.
F. L BOWEN, Manager.
Formerly of Windsor and Arm gon Hotels, Jaecksove, Florida


to cary goods ever; that's why we keep up our


until everything is "gobbled up." Hundreds of
the snaps are gone, but a few in every lot remain.
.50 Ladies' Strap Sandals, all styles, now...................27
.50 Ladies' Strap Sandals, all styles, now .................... .
.50"Ladles' Tan Oxfords, all style, now ...................
0 Ladles' Tan or Black Oxfords, all styles, now...............Si
.00 Edwin Clapp Oxfords, Tan or Black, now................. ge
.00 Men's Oxfords, all style,..................................3
,00 Men's Oxfords, atl styles, now .........................3.19
50 Men's Oxfords, all styles, now ............................28
Misses', Children's and Boys' Footwear in same proportion, as our
tire stock of Odds and Ends and Broken Lots Must be Sold, so hurry
>ng and get your share of the plums.


102 Son&t Paabi StreL

Feet Fukihsen 6r Fodlu




are the prime qualities i
drugs and prscriptions.
No distancetoo great and no
purchase too small for
IMMEDIATE delivery,
night or day.

PHONE 1100


One Qusrt Tins, Be.

Sol C ohn &Cow
be Pr.rjp Tin Sowe th
0 Ilimi Pb 178 and 440fl the i

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The JournaFs Classified Cash Advertisements

weinut-iauwe om An selGa.

Me adver segment taken ter lase thn M",e

Speala' rates by the month.


pensacola Investment Co.

= M sFede
j. b sn V.- s. i ras. I .

215 South Palafox Stret, PenseooR FlIoem.

.--, -,uknow hat you a WANTED.-AA first class cook. Ap.
r, l opape r- at this uly to Mitss t llie e. Taylor, Old Mill
Ian, Bay Shore. .3aug3t.

I :ry!,ocNd !0 knoW tat WAN ED.-A man to cut and saw and small house at Brent's Station. J.1 *e security, or "god 'iosrtt
.,, iad bythe cord. Apply to ss N. Andrew$s N. APalafo St.t lowest rates. Le1* 1 0oa
..qualtd. Nw Orleans _llie Taylor, Old Mill Inn, Bay 13u. iher build" a
; McHuph. Prop. Shore. 3augrt. wNw 1O iANI a sa ml a
. a .FOR SALE-Old papers only 10 cents kis e personal property. payable
WANrTED.-Colored boy at Journal per hundred. Good for wrapping weeky e oMthl. Wha M a1 r
:, -i h,. parv who hbught office. Apply this morning, paper and to put under matting. All money. se me. J. A. Wilaoa, 23% W.
S ;,en"( 1 feo. A. Nobhei." clean and nice. Journal office. Gov Mset tmet. alisbuy bndlda
..:*'.'!x IA chkoff. January WANTED.--Bo of 1 or 17 years A N
,.am, wri,. G. who can milk, attend to horses and FOR SAI.Ne new cottage (
.. .. Chase Asreet Iuge and Baylen streets, near Sanders Mill; :I W t s lr *f ay O'U a
,T by iase h rg et u ad : easy terms. Apply to J. W. West ast Be WA
.- '. i..e c.ho,> d,' ,,s W\ ANTED--Serant grl &t Qace (or I Saunders Mill. 22aunlw ,
0-%1!' (W AenTeDbosrv girl ce forj MONSY LOAN= Do all kinds a tep.
\ .l urnal. 2 a u guendl huork. A y 1 W alue your healh? I 8S property q o rt
T . To ren. PElmont street. Pigm ii use our pure Blend of Coftee "Dewey" , r easy. J. W. Bullard, upsta
,\" C o To ten'W ? h nand "Schly. New Orleans Grocery ,8% South Palatox St., Phone 1144
0,11 imr, wn. ,.le w,'he-r near WANTED..-Age.t in dieen^t oouG- o. J a. McHugh, Prop. aug 8n0 o
:i-k otkod tenanzi. A dres ties in Florida to handle Alplte a -
eiian-, cri r,. ournal 2"auclw and Lock Co.'s Fire and Isulr Proo- We have been with you in Pensaco. UNIAULTED amo t o0 mony to loa
.-- -- Sates and Vaalt Fixtues o every la since 1874, and still intend to stay aUll d ,. a .Sal pB aIrty.
:\ El) -TLe public to know that d scription. Write me for terms. with you and serve you with the best gclS1 rtatWet a a mes a lamge
. iu-. C offer Roasters. of Scarritt Moreno Paensa Po Fl or- of groceries at lowest mar- loa n 'I New er Los l C. a -
N.' Orieans Grocery Co.. ida State Agent. 28jne. ket prices. New Orleans Grocery l Soth Pala



4-room house on IL Rua street,
lot 35x120 feet, rents 7.00.... $ 650
11 houses, all new, renting for
$67.50 per month, property well
located and good renters... .$4'50
$-room house on Bast Belmont
street, a nice home..........$1400
4 houses on corner "A" and De
Soto, rents for $19 per month,
large lot, room for another
hose ...................$....2000
716 N. Baylen street ........ $40.00
304 N. Spring street.......... 25.00
21 West Romans street........ 17.50
814 E Strong street............ 17.50
Dwelling near Stoddard's...... 12.50
31b% South Palafox, upstairs,
suitable for club or offices.
706 S. Palafox street.
207 E. Government street.
At the lowest market rates on im-
proved or vacant city property.

Fiser Real Estate Agency

Phone 87.

206 South Palafox.

For Sale.
FOR SAJl&-Sticre and 7 room houn
Lot 60x100; city water. Titles p
feet: Z .00.00: also 10 acres of la


Tor 6 acres of ground enclosed with
woven wire and several divisions, suit.
able for a poultry or truck farm. There
is a 4 room house and fine well of wa-
ter on the place. In the city limits
and close to ear line.
4 room house and good well of water
near Saunders milL
4 room house, 610 W. Main St.
$10,000.00 to loan in small or large
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.


200 Thelsen BId'g

Money to Loan.

810,000.00 for loan at 8 per cent
terest. Apply to Thos. Pebley.

- A9


I can sell a 4 room house on West
Romana street, on lot 40 byl70. This
is cheap, and property will go up in!
this district in a short time.
For WM.00
will buy two lots on Bayou Texar on,
the high hill overlooking the bay. This
is a bargain.
218 B. Intendencia, 6 rooms .... $14.00
916 E. Strong, 7 rooms ........ 12.50
601 N. 8th Ave., 5 rooms...... 12.00

04'/s, Palafox, Fisher Building

ProIessioal Directory.

A*rKIAI er

DO YOU WANT to borrow money in EYE, EAR NOSE AND THROAT.
amounts from $500.00 up? We have Office 7/ 8. Palafox St.
$10,000.00 to loan at 7 and 8 per cent. OffMe Hour: 9 to 12 and 3 to 6.
s* interest. Thos. C. Watson & Co. Gaug

Sieh. Prop. aug20
S'TE3) --A partner with $5.000.03
l t. Ci. 1, i, ,uy half interest in
'.:",- n *.rihandise business;
c-i: n. r hard wood mill: have
-... ...~n timber lands Ad-
-. F' FiXunoy Westville, Fla.

:'.: TO BIY se-ond-hand safe,

: .. Address, safe, care
'::R W4 N'TD ai No. 17 West
*- :. .rt*, city. 2aU&6w*
'iLtT --Ihe Merchants Transer
*:- yr n.joing and hauUns
Ai r nruranteed. T. B. Thor-
r i'- : Ph;e 76. 18junelm.'
.K pv.. "-(1 know that we
* 'a,- *', :m(aYi grocers and
S.-'.' New Orleans
S. :i- .iHugh, Prop.

, AN. ;u ee":rc work of all
S - :. )Tr
'.-" : '..-".. do ruur wiring, etc.

S treeta .

rc-r ".'::ee Joursal
-. (e'-. ut':Cej- ani
S ": :(" e .0'i;..: for i
: the or 30.000
S" ske.- :he .ILal oL

Any Intelligent person ears a
good income corresponding for news.
papers; no can asstin; moxperte ee
unnecessary. Send for particulars.
Northern Press Syndicate, Lokport
N. T. 1J~3aS

Far 5s. *-

Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. augSO E L0g tal S
GROW OG SENG. Large prolts. 402 I PMAkFOX ST.
Room in your garden. Roots for sale. MONMT TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS
Write today for literature. Bucking- W*st Chalins, Rags all lads
ham's Ginseng Garden. Zanesville, Q0. ofeatrl security at lowe rate
18aug3mos. laterest Bargala ia unredeeme
FOR SAL-Upright Kimball Plan o eani A tloaw in amounts ot
for sale cheap. Apply 1304 W. Gov- I10.000lSD t ndu 7 .u.A
000 O~ .. I n )' n

W IFAIW qW IF I VIW % W W W Y' 'vv" up a t d 'a
ernment St. 4auglm per cent. interest. Thos. C. Watson
FOR SALE.-My residence Oa East 6 CO 6aug
Hill. either including whole block FOR SALE--KII the germs of fever- Co-
of twenty lots 40x1371-2 feet each or oraoer a barrel of slack lime to-day.
quarter block of fve lots. Apply at1 Phone 367. 4auglm 1o1rd a d Rooms.
my office, Thiesen Baldtag for firtt-
r particulars. C. W. ageraa. FOR SAI-BeautIful block in New WANTED.-A few boarders In private
cr psCtticu.Tat C. W. Fer AN )--" fwbaesipvt
24auglm. City. Teo tNo. 312. For cash $00H family; convenient to railroad shops
Apply to A. M.McMillan, Oot Hous.and on street car line; large rooms,
FOR SALE OR RENT.-New T-room laug with privilege of use of baths and tel-
house at r Ooldiag; large yard O Un phone. Address D. C. S., care Jour-
shade trees, near ratirad, ffty feet OO To TURTON for al st Sim" W al. 24auglm
well and outhouses. A good bargan. o er Uded ad ladr" 4auglm
Apply to postmater, oulSding Pa. at eaSe He as beat pboto. BOARDERS WANTED.-By day, week
22 aug3w* graph ib ti sotth. 83 Fyea a lead- or month. Dining room just re-open-
18U&an. ed. Table good and terms reasonable.
OR SALE.--Sand for sale, about 500 Mrs. Dora Donaldson, 226 N. Alcanlis
loads, delivered or uAlvered. L WALL TINTS by experts; results S4aug.2w*
lie E. Brooks, Fher Building. guaranteed. Fairchild and Rice, Phone FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms,
auglw. 4S Ijuly1m electric light, phone and bath. Large
FOR SALE.-Two pair extra fine front room, with bay window. 10 N.
FOR SAI -oda fountain, stock of; young mules, sound and in good Palatox, Phone 65, 2 rings. 2anglUn
confectioneries and cigars, located; condition. Also one 2-horse Stude- ARLTrR who want to rMt hboua

.n Palafox street. Can be had at bar- baker wagon.,W. S. Garfeld. 4June.
gain if purchased at once. Apply Es-i
cambia Realty Co. 15aug. FOR SAL--One Choice block on top
of tbe ridge east of the electro
FOR SALE.-Car load of fine Ten-i railway, between 7th and 8th streets.
nessee horses. Can be seen at Pou's Nature has favored this section and it
stable. McMillan & Turton. 15aug. cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs.
OR SALE-Good paying grocery.I Ckm WHEAT prnod euna

-.- *-~ -,he- ---- beap rent store, living room in Thcheapestfood to be toad, .
. .; transfer connection. Store doing good cash Mellen & Co, Phone 8.
Re.idenc. business. Household furniture also
"- K-. "':e, 22 Vs "- Sor sale. Reascp for selling, am leav- POR SAL--At a mart tar ltfm
25mc=h n city on account of sickness. Tele- store stock andm t. Call at
'i.' -cOre-, fe The Joun a.S phone 1064. llanglw* i 140 Intendence Ian
' r,., ..a ana FOR SALE-3 Barber Cbairs for sale. FOR SALE.-Cabin launch 44 ft. long
-. .. ... appear. O SALE-3 Barbe Cbair 10 ft. beam. 24 Inches draught,
?. -t :.-e "" ,res o ; 6, l speed 8 miles hour; 18 H. P. Barber
? aCIJo' ~e. 15 cents. FOR SALE--South ha b k I. aollne engine in good order; will
S t Jour.i ofg 40 feeOt a th stret by seat 40 passengers; sell at sacrifice it
fr.ning 400 ft on 1t street, by taken at once. W. A. Smith, 238 W.
-\L:- S-cohard Cora Ot'"17% fOee on Bay View Park; also Government St. 15auglm
S se. ed meaj sacks Out of 1outh half of block 212, firtiag 400
S' *" so!:cited Write na i''et on 14th St., by 18 % feet on Bay FOR SALE CHEAP-My three-year-
& Co. 29march'm V'iew Park. The only "opety adjoin. old Berkshire herd toar, Duke of
.HM .--- !ng Bay View Park tat Is ow for Florida, No. 68,923. Also some ine
HAM wants your morVo '.'ale. The beauttill view down the young pigs. 1 (x-months-old boar, all
L. He r uc-;arta**f all break- bayou and down the bay a a B er be registered and transferred. Carl Set-
S 33 obl',ruc:rd. A. V. Clubbs. 01 y, terlind, Chipley, Fla. 18Jly
S. \. .U;L. kui.s. FER SALL.-le-Com -hes. 0*rW FOR SALE OR RENT-Now modern
-v L Vy l- 3 blocks tfro PmtokA. l Hl twoetory residence, good neighhor-
w ae I 192 o c car e. ocr art lea ta-.I hioodEast Hill. near crs. A. C. Bink.
SP 0 e. 53. CtC.lM q.:re of StandarG Clotbtg O. ley. Thiesen building. 5anglw*
,74 1sdee 29 Jan.
ti !;AL BD-s:Sd t i % FOR SAoU-Secoed-had cas rgew I. S
:* tn yur bus laM wUl tr a s perft coadtr. Wll oJ FOR RENT
S'- ,,atientlon. D. He Wii- cash r or OtIe A real ba rgai. Can
-be seen at aet MeXHuf's. ijn& iOR RENT.-3 rooms at 400 W. Gar-
S___- den St. 13auglwe
DO YOU 'lat to buy or se aythln? ---
LOST A little vast ad wil betag wonder FOI RSNT--lerrane House, corner
LOST I nrlts. Th t t ad s emslg lae.t Hayne and Belmont streets. Apply
S1eo dy. W. S. Garfield. 12jul
.nena street FR SAI.-I am Florida State Agent FOR RENT--New five-rom cottage
". think on delta for Fire and Durgiar Prtf Safes ad on car line, corner tth street sad
::; e terda. aak Ftt of al descriptions th avenue. Inquire at Turtons Photo
S ne key and some manufactured by Alpine Sate anti gallery. UMoly
er will please oc ompala of s cmat, Oha FOR RENT.-Resideaee latiy o
au- lea sG ory Commeutrate with t for aa copied by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 W.
Ster- ms b fore bayita eisYetW. SCar. Lrnea street. Apply to 4Itary,
tools' rttt N PWeael rs. 4 IS. Palafox street, tl
ll be OuR t RENT-Twenty-room boa, esa
.- The AUTO-Ontl ra fter Mots-e Good aer Barracks and ZarrM attLt
er, J.: as new. hilnst h ef in second SeBtable br bear Zi SiM. Apy
"I"and omaa, er s sd, soe Y r. oMrs M.XJ. Mere m t e1
J JuPht.."Sa qs -6 ., 'A4

teams or anythbnIug else for tat
matter, will ind The Journal Wat
Ads a great elp
BAY HOTL-OOpens night ad Cay.
mropman pla. Rooms light anad
clea. TraasiMet trade solhted, 7US
679 BSoth Plaa&O. Jo. S. Nioola.
pk Oaio


Old newspapers are good for many
things. You can get lots of them
cheap by calling at this office.

Notice of Removal.
I have moved my store to 34 S. Pal-
afox, where I will be glad to see my
customers. I have a full line of sin-
broidery goods in stock and also new
stamping pattens. .Mrs. H. V. Reo-
dall. 17auglw
LISES AND GRIPS, all thoroughly
and promptly repaired, at F. B. Bruce's
big repair shop. Send them down.
PIAN1O tUNING-Am prepared to do
tuning and repairing. Guarantee
satisfacton. 17 years experleune. J.
Cprad Scoott, 244 I Gregory. 28Jullm*

&aic for travelng public. Daly se.
"Ie ch wiy. Pftm ChIpley to 8sy.
head address t. Tuggl~e Chbpley.
g~AJ. UtATS is el) ppt 01 div.
a*" h the gRord aug we wil
bl4 tour hbos$ a lngw y
om%5 D ,5le Wolo f Ot
YLLOt~rUG-B In Diamoadi
Geawsdotkhiug eletae4pMse a
jad" asolh obat MGM& X& U 0
" arMS' a Owf- "& m e o Ui
cue' pr bead we will Isua ma

Jr L ORY Smlmakft. I afots
i oz dstroo. Orders M=o
wafBt g!=1 p M okdS e

Room 405 Thlesen Building.


Attneyand Consellorat Law
106 East Government Street.
General Law Practice.

Reom 500 Thiewn B'ld. Phone 734.


WLL.L. 0, om11 1 I
Fisher Building, 204W/ South Palafox
PHONE 525.

Room 8, Brent Building. Phone, 86.


,,o OPTIClA N...

Room 306 Thiesen Building.
Is a graduate in Medicine
and has been an Eye Spec.
lalist for 20 years.. : : I
-~ I 1. -

M. J. GONIaL a & CO., Prope.
Bay you meal and stok feed from
the home manufacturer, encouraging
home indatr. aatribute to home
labor, and iws yoOr moy in 7yar

Manufacturers of
and Dealers in


merchants Transfer Go,
Thetm B TheO e, Prop.

PHONE 971.
P. 0. OX, 67,.

iPMaMla, Sl. Ar e aNU



W. G BARROW, Master.
And all pMi 4m S t. Amdr Bay,
Carrabelle nd Apatashicola.
Laear Pnsaeola 8dnda,, 8:30 -
tw or MdbKlt Ala.
Iave* Pen aolas Tuesdal. 8:30 p.
Sor St Aadrews, Minrlve, Aps-
Qarrahlle lad Icueraeiate
Pr addional Iatonmarjon apple t
. President
'~ic WAPO rc


We have about Five Tho.sand Dollars to loan in amounts ot Fie
Hundred Dollars and up, at 7 and 8 per cent interest.

$600-One-story dwelling on corner lot on East Hill, rents at $96 year.
$850-Comfortable cotage on West Main .:ret, desirable locality wilh
large lot.
$1200-Twenty acres of land withe one story cottage at Brent's sta-
6000-4Desirable piece of property with lot Stx100 feet near Palatox
street, renting at $800 a year. If sold at once.
$2250-Large one-story dwelling on North Hayne street.
$2400--Two-story dwelling on Wright street, excellent neighborhood
$3750-Two-story dwellng on North Hill if sold at once.
$750-Three very desirable building lots on East Hill, excellent neigh-
$325-Desirable lot on East Hill. 69x110 feet, if sold at once.
Other desirable building lots on fast Hill ranging from $150 up, ow-
ing to location.
Special Advertisement
One of the prettiest building lots on desirable corner on North
Hill, with Southorn exposure, 187 feet by 150 feet, must
be sold at once ......................................$4000.00

Thos. C. Watson & Co
Co.. Palafox and Garden Street.



WM. H. KNOWLiS, President
THOS. W. BRENT, Asst Cashier.

W. K. HYER, JR., V.-Pres and Cash
W. N. ROBERTS, Asst. Cashier.



of Pensaoola, Fla.

DIRECTORS P. C. Brent, W. A. Blount, Wn. H. Knowles
W. K. Hyer, Jr., D. G. Brent.


We draw our own Bills of Ex.
*nange on Great Britain, Inland,
Oermany, Franm Autria, Italy,
Holland, Spain, Belgium, Russia,
Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and
ether European sountrit

Vessels disbursed upon the Moet
Favorable Terms, and their ebll
gatlons taken Payable at Port of
Destination Ten Days After VYa
"l Arrives there.

Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Connection with which we
have a Private Department for the use of Reatersa

SOvlngs Dopartment-.Interest Paid on De-
posits at Rate of 4 per cent per Annum.

Citizens National Bank,
of Pensaeo's. Florlda.
rGeo o wtorr
Geo w Whrtt, Morris Bear, T. 3. Welles

I l M. RoMloo. L. tlltoa Green.

J. S. REE8B, President. E. W. MNEFBE., Cashier.
R, M. CARY, Vice-Presldent
Directors-L. J. Reves, J. Reese, W. DeC. Kesler, R. M. ary,
W. A. D'Alsebete T. A. Jennings.

Whbolwlt and Ketail sealer io
Steam, Domestic, Anthracite C
and BMakSith RLi
Oice-No. 13 .oetb Psia31s street. Telephone, 93.
Yards oa arragOm M GOonsales streets. Phone. .

Joba Mast.".

Jackson Brandon.

T. I). Adsm=

Pensacola tiectrical Company
cor. rnteA44adaed 49Bell Photo,
no ion to b!jo ptraIlh ft us We do owrkIan #mypart of the
OT ansJ*I voutsii4 tthe city.

A- th:
O~nuumI~s' f jprP 5 @wmemy
Coa~~ir ~~- 1~ ~dI


TPul for the Shore, Sailor"
is a popular song in all cat town, but

"Home, Sweet Home"
is Penacola's favorite sog. Canyou
sing it and mean it? Do ou own your
own home yet? To the min who owns
his own home

There is No Rent Day
Make a date with us aid kt us tll you
how to cur the rent habit

*- em-.

No. 5603.
H. L COVINGTON, President M. E. CLARK, Cashier.
C. W. LAMAR, Vile-President, JNO. PFEIFPER, Asst. Cashier.

Capital Stock, $200,000 Surplus, S40,000
Henry L. Covington, S. J. Foshee.
J. M. Pfeiffer. A. M. Avery,
Bryan Dunwody, W. H. Milton, Jr,
0. E. Maura,
Frank eelly, W. L. Cawthon,
W. S. Rosasco, C. A. O'Neal.
T. F. McGourn, Dr. W. J. Hannah,
F. R Brawner, McKenzie Oerting,
C. W. Lamar, Alex McGowin,
J. R. Saunders, C. M. Covington.
Accounts of Banks, Individuals, Corporations, and Firms Solicted.
Four per cent. Interest paid on Time Deposits.


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fhfs, Shirts AUSLEY & COMPANY, FireLfe, K o
CorTi s,11 W. Istest St, iesclM
Governors of LInisiana and Ala- Escapes and Pardons Give E
and other smaller artt Cotton, Stocks, Grain and Provisions. a P
cles for personal wear bala May Clash Over encouragement to the
should be of the best-of trivat WR tI Yr nNew OreB aasl Chicf a
course, vou wouldn't want; 9 0ar tine R i Criminally In- T e U
the other kino. Our stock
of these articles cinnot lations. --- ine d.
but please and satisfy
you. s a Iowor detb
New r le AARsocited 2Pre.. ile te The Jacksonville Metropolis of Tues- ltrest rate th.2
New Orleans. Aug. 21.-W'hile thea
Ties, 25c to $1.50. fver in New Or!eans is nubm!ting to day evening says: k o be
Control, the situation in The country Naval Stores Market. Our faulty jury system is, in a large
Collars, 15, t r dirite is less rcmisng and boe Savannah, Ga., Aug. 23.-The naval Arrived. measure, responsible for the increase
Cufft 25c per pair. the state board of health and lihe .Ma- s avanah G.,sed to-dayal Arrived.
Cuffs, 25 per pair. n Hospital Service now have their stores Liarfet closed to-day as ol- E. O. Saltmarsh Br ss, Rogers, 2319 of crime in this and other states. The
Shirts, for Summer, $1, $1.25 hands full in trying to send adequate los: Tampico to Gulf Transit Co. verdict in the. Williams case, which,
a-sistance to those settlement: which V W .. .. .................5 25 Kaiser Ger ship Martin 1180, Bre- carried with it a recommendation of
and $1.50. are struggling wih t.'. disease WG........................4 90 men to Master i
Scartcey a day passes wibhomt the re- .... ... ........ ....... Ncas, Rus sch Sneelse, 333, Glou-! ecy, ha chained the law abidingl
porT of some newlv infe-aes i point an .. ... ...... 4 c..e........ to Master. i people of the state. Williams recent- ,ytlmlli ptiSinHi "''*111E
-- uriess doctors and nurses are sent K ............. ........ 4 25 -ly, without provocation, deliberate;,
m here there is no assurance that ..................20 VESSELS IN PORT. murdered John Whitel his employer' I fr n W ork
he fever will not spread TL.e worst' .... .................4 15 Steomshlp. and benfaor. He then turned the
John W hite thus ar dic'-t is that at ........................ 10,oao.n 2
l.nevihle. near the mouth if Bayou..3 95 lakemoor Br Bruhn 2408, weapon on a fellow clerk named Ed Mannufaeurer
J o h n W h it e .. .. .... ... Spez ia to Pensacola Lumber Co.
La Four:he, where nearly two-third: .* .......... .. o .eneal. Ge...,Frederio Dansby and murdered him, too. At-' MACHn.ER
itt to Md ttlemet of 0 peple has been D ..........................3 Buno Mnzeli, Ge rederi Dnby and murdered him too. At- MACHIN
Outfitter to Men and Boy enumtr o :.. ..... ...... ......... 3 0 sen, New Orleans to the W. S. Kevser e Dansh was shot Wi FORGINGS, ML A
205.207 S. Palafox. d-'hs have occurFed. Only re d)c- Spirits Turpentine, 61 cents. Cn dered White. s STEMSHP
___Cambrian King, Br as 2315, New- ordered White. Prompt atto
Ph 225. tor is on the scene and his difmultes port PNews to J. A. Merrtt & Co. The verdict, carrying as it did 4a Prompt atJaM tta o
Phone 225. are increase." by the fact that the se:- New York Cotton Market rt '. on 51 la recommendation ofmercy makes It for ame l dMKariptio.
4=- Cartt, B r as, Johnson, 541.,a-; poible for the m ery.toakespIt Chairs.
Stlement lies on t'. banks of a rather Open Close vana to Export Lumber Co. possible for the murderer to be po Of Phor 12,
Side stream. President S.uchon and January.. ........ .11.11 .11 ulcie, Br ss, Harrson, 1285, Faro doned, or to escape from the conv.c: Resido ol S 1
his forces were to-day engaged in Varch ............11.19 .20 to Jr A. Merritt & Co. camps.
akin preparations to send relief to May........ ..1121 .24 ' Spa as, Omacchea, 1691, The Tom Hammond Case.
Dr. Devron while at the same tire' Augus.. ........ ..10.68 .-8 (t,'fpo t to F. 0 Howe & Co. A few Years ago Duval county was
tU H Saking precautlons to cut off cmmni-: September.... ..1..72 .80 Gu v Adolph, Swe as, Sjoberg. theA scene of one of the most brutal
cation between Lineville and New October.. ..........1-).90 -. -.-'6, Sydney to H. Baars & Co. triple murders that was ever commit-
Orleans. There is some fear that the November..........10.95 Hermine, Aust as. Hreglich, 2614, tedle muders tha s e erom -
CT WF L Italians there will try to return here. December.. ...... ..11.03 J Por Tampa to Gulf Tranit Cmpay ured a the so yet the mudercer s
thereby adding to the infection which! Port Receipts, 2769. Iomeood, Br s, Jorgensen. :63. escaped rom the State prison of mercy and
already exists In the foreign quarters.; New York Spots 11.25. Pomaron to oroer., I few weeks after the sentence. This '
Assistance. however, i3 beng aske!l New Orleans Spots 10%. Mountflelds, Br ss, Boyl, 1947, M- w w s the csase of Tom Hammond, who,
Open to charter by private parties by other points in the matter of phys;- --e to F. O. Howe & Co. wasth an axe, murdere Hammondm who,-
fr fishing trips, bathing, or other clans and nursaa. There is a steayr Chicago Grain Market .Nokois An sch, Sperry 4. C with an axe, murdered his grandmoth-i T
hammerr recreation. increase at Hanson City; in St. Wh denas to orde. err, i er, his uncle and his aunt. The mur-
(harles parish the infection is scat- Wh ea Dec.: Penscola A s, O'Leary,10S6 derel family had been the benefactors -KE
teredand increasing and beyod the.Am 1086, the boy, but to secure some money--
control of the force thus far sentOpe.......... ........5 2 4 New OQu leans wood GBrlf TssNevillt Co. 1694 he grandmother had in the house, ne

there; sa din pet i aeCorn fo P,: ws ....S "8.-- dW ty
Formerly ship's boat for SpanisBarrowIn Ascension; te infectdCornRamondeSpan9Philadelha to Pensacola Lumber Co. dence was strong ag'nst him, and theC
-iser Isla deLuzon, one of Dewey's points in St. Mary are asking morCorn Ramon de Larrinaga .,pan ss, 19S2, ;ur was convinced that he was guilt tv
;, e captures, help anu St. Barnard with its la-ge May Sept. Ondaza rpool Gulf Transi Co. a recommendation of mercy re-
Italian population is likely to need Open.. ..... 3.5 53.4 Penrith Castle, Br as, Lewis, 233,; suited in his liberation. F s
aid.Cose..............3.7 3.7 Galveston to master. Jacksonville was star:l-d about four B
Meantime hopef-lness contins t otton Estimate Simonside, Pr s, obson, 195, years ago when Policeman aley was
pervade N Orleans. The n cotton EstimateRceipts Tomorrow. Snderland to J. A.sMerritt & Co. ed by John Baxte in a lla
Has full canopy and is most comr- show no Increase. lut on The conrar- New Orleans 2000 to 2r.00 vs. 1089 Sopera. Ital ss, .Gustavino, altiRaley in the discharge of his duy,
portable boat in the bay. are slightly de!ln!rg wh!rh is the re last year. more to Gulf Transk Co. n 23 was murnered while arresting Baxter. = 7 1a Garden Street.
verse of the experience in 18Ti. In ,ha-; Tapton, Br ss, Sanderson, 230G, Eaxter received a recommendation ut:
year there were 194 new cases on th,; New York Stock Market. lenereiffe to J. A. Mwrit!: & Co mr and t n a
14th, and thereafter with three excess Close Telesfora, Span s BenDoa, 291 7. cape and he too in cafe psweeks .tfiI l.i lthiithlillUfliillll
tions to the end of the month the daily; E ou. Pac................ ...67.6 Liverpool to Pensacola Lumber Co. The above comprise three of man
AX KLEIN,OWNER. report exceed 10 reaching 22 o Copper. ................87.6 Vizcaina. Br ss, McArthr, 140 similar ases hich encourage crime
PETER VERDICHIA, CAPTAIN, te 28th and 234 on the 31. i:A. S. R.. ........ ....145.6 Norfolk to F. O. Howe & Co. lar caSIDs EW ALKS ARE
new foci appeared above Canal s:-: Ach .. ............. 91. Bara., A Great Drawback. l M L..
PHONES, 358 and 1070. i. the preceding 24 ours. but all werr I). & II .. .......... .....222. Fiery Cross, Nor bk, Claussen, 1399,1 The jury system i1, as it stands, aTO 1 itASO
widely scattcred and confi.lcnce con-j B. R T ...... ...... ...... 70. Cork to master. r' eat drawback. P.:ofessional jurors
Stinues that it is impo fiction to get a firm grip on that sec- Erie.. .. ................... 52. don to order. an opportunity to get on the jury. Sun-,
tlon. Amone tu e ri a.!eF do.v C. F. I.. ... ... .............. 44.7 Magellan, Nor bk, Moller. 1148. Rio: men should never be chosen. because
CAPTAIN town is one in the Holy (Crss co'.'P ; 7U. S... .. .... .............. 37.2 Janeiro to Southern States Lumber they serve entirely for the fee. Many 'Denver, Colo., Aug 23.-Denver
a prominent Catholic insitutin. Th, U. S. P .. .. .................105.4, Co. of them in their anxiety to serve, o the only city in the country in wh
gi lgggDflMTD Shf I TSln school is now in vhcaTi.n anr ., srenu- V. C.. ............ ......33.4 Santa Barbara, Port bk, Carreia, not adhere to the truth while being tie sidewalks. as wel as the stre
ous efforts wi:l be made to destroy th., T.. & N......................1506 633, Oporto to H. Baars & Co. examined. are periodically washed by the c
J lIU focus there in oraor not to interfere Man.. .. ...... ...........167. Thomas, Itas ik, iaro, au3, to C. B. Beginning Monday of this week.
LAUNI C with i's reotenin. !M. P.. .. .. .. ...........109.2, CaLero. street department has inaugurated
Blanchard and J-lks. Met.. ....................... 129.3! Schooner& Still in Business system of thoronuhly cleaning ev
Governor Rlauchard a'nd Gcovern,- Can. Pac.. ..................161. GEORGE A. PETTERSON, sidewalk n the buinss district tw
CUPID, RORT. L NANC A elks thrasn to ho n ed in N Y. C.... ... ...............1556 Donna Chrt:na, Am ch, Axelsen, s now located at a week. They are first washed
CUPID, RORT. L. E, NANCY AND ontroversy over the quarntin rcegu P. 0.. .. .. ................105.4; 15,l Belize to master. Cor. Government and Barcelona Sta., means of hose and nozzles which
EDNA S nations of Alaharna Th rbe 'rou.ble I .. .. .. .............. 118.5 Halar. Am s, Arlsen 5, Key and is better prepared than ever especially made for the purpose.
grows out of complaint ma,-ol by citi- W:t to Gulf Transit C a. to repair safes. typewriters, after a thorough flushing men ".
zens of Lou!slana. whi.h wp. take-i, Jennie S. Hall, Am sch, Watts, 388, guns, pistols. locks, light ma- b-ooms then sweep them care,
van be charter by the hour, day or up h. Governor Blanrha-d CGvern.r Boston to order, chinery and bicycles. and remove all the dirt from betw
week. Terms, reasonable. tlks announce that oplo who ha' Isel. Am sch. Reynolds, 1225, Bat- PHONE 233. the crevices of the lagging.
1411h11hn Tackle and Cooklag Utemi lrfT LREuTIaESa and eIpcLcLte U ir msIIV- te_- hc
Ihhtog Tackle and Cookg Ua. 1 lua and e e to re U llt I IL t to master ycars the moat perfect system of str
sils farnished if desired. th L a a Nelson .MI. Atwood. Am sch, Watt -. -. .. :e .cning used in any city In Amer
thr Aaaa ,e, .r ao MCMillan Br S. Co. 653, New York to order. I l n::--lU n llB ll lllll| i has been in vogue in this city and
PHONE 204. s;,rgnt .sven dars in d 'entrion. In ,one upv 8hips. -S s; inclusion of the sidewalks in this i
cas~ a promnenr. cotton man who had M manufacturers, Agostine Terrizano, Ital ship, Cu- tem will go far toward keeping
II IE In 'annts went there and H MOBILE ALABAMA. nera, 1170, Lverpool to master. T RL A trn in spotle s contain.
WAPT. BE IE BU.ISO tra7acted his business in a clay. HW 1rt t
s r;oed back to New Orlea;;~s but was Asthma Sufferers Should Know This. y5lv a water wagon operated by c(
OWNER. In:orCepted in Alabama and sent back ,Foley's Honey and Tar has cure, i pressed air, and are also swept ev
tl Atlata on the around that he mulct ? many cases of asthma that were con- : T ILADfl sjrIght by specially constructed str
hsve been se-en days out of ILuisia::' B-'idered hopeless. Mrs. Adolph Bues. Ai I sweepers operating in gangs of
bef' r, he could pna thr oinh AId labama ng, 701 West Third St'eet, I)avenport,, 5 The sweepers themselves are air a
TrHE GA-Du S,- ...... on hks return. Governor tanchard i'. l* T I Iowa, writes: "A severe cold contracted dust proof, so that, while the store

,r.. , ,T r-"V TH a RTtter to Governor .Je!ks says hr-
LEAGUE WILL RUN dcr b's whether any state in tie union;
liad a rirht to interfere wlth inter--
TWNS c .'e pacsoener traff and expre-:;r-,
TWO EXCUI ONS hope that the matter will he takenl
into :ne federal courts for n t-st. the... lReports contin'.e to reach here tha -
Louisiana towns are beginning to suf-
ife Savin SteatiTn e severely .lromugh the cutting off o
Life Savig S a n their supplies. At Crowe!-, for in-
stance. all the merchants have alrea;l !
run oGit of flour. More flour has beenI
ueday, ug. 29. ordered, but traffic on the railroad,
ha. been so badly cripp'e.1 that it is a:
pr blern when it will arrive
The steamer 'Monarch" will leave The Italian soc!itles here are rece!v '
:ng appeals from thcic countrymen inl
the at 3 p. m., rt 7. 0 p. ., return ing- the various infected districts in their
vtng again at :30 p. m., retu country for financial as,-tance anw:,
Time for the cars. medical supplies. Thy are doing all
i,: their power, though alrea:.y greatly
RERE ENTS SERVED burdened by the local demands made
--- In sE.!te of the severity of the quar-
FARE: antine the state engineers ;re maklr,
diligent efforts to keep. their levee
AULTS, 35c. -:- CHILDREN, 25c. campaign under way. The work ba-
s i been much interfered wih, but Chief
Engineer Kerr said to-day that he-
A i hoped to be ab'e to carry many of the
RID AY- contracts through before high water.
i Every person should know that g~o)d
E O 1 health is impossible if the kidneys are
E x c u rs deranged. Foley's Kidney Cure will
cure kidney and bladder disease in
THE TUG veryy form, and will build up and
strengthen these organ so they with
perform their functions properly. No'
N A R Cdanger of Bright's disease or diabetes
if Folery' Kidaer Oure is taken in
time. W. A. D'Alemberte, DruggW:l
_o ran the following schedule ad Apothecary.
rmBAY ARERN PExcursion Friday.
FoY AFTERNOON t et the regular Fridy af-
ternoon excursion on tug Monarch.
La, City for Lreavg a BUtie .These trips are beneficiall as well as
ra-a enjoyable. j





'Composd of Cor.. Oas.
Barley. Linseed Mcal. and
MolaMs. It's pure ood
ews. Eachof the intradi-
ents aI its special fuetio
and as papottioaed in tldi
coamiation mae a peect
feed for lorss and mues.
It providesabundat enrr
and repleniaies muscular
wast t low cot. It de-e
oap sps*e prologs Can-
anos and promote hriofti.

SCL IN twIs crrr or

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twelve yt.ars ago was neglected until it
!i:;ally grew into asthma. The best
medical skill available could not giv'_
me more than temporary relief. F,>oey'.,
Honey and Tar was recommended and
ione fifty-cent bottle entirely cured me
of asthma which had been growing on
me for twelve years, an I if I had taken
it at the start I wold have be-en
saved years of suffering." W. A.
iD'Alemberte, druggist and apothecary.
Anyone wishing good stable manurt
gratis, will apply to J. L. Pierce, at
The Lewis Bear Company's warehouse.

St. P.... ...... .. .......... 1 3..
R. I.......... .............. 34 6
S. R .......... .............. 36.1
T. C. I .... ...... ..... 90.7
Penna...... ...............147.1
U. P.. .................... 136 7
Ex. Div. today St. Paul 3% per cent.
Ausleys & Co's Daily Cotton Letter.
New York, Aug. 23.-Liverpool came
in this morning 4 to 5 points lowe-.
which was slightly better than was
warranted by our closing prices of
yesterday Our market responded to
the better feeling, and opened with qn
advance of 10 to 12 points over last
night's closing, and was very steatly
during the first hour with continued'
advance of. 4 to 5 points. Later, a
slight reaction set in. but was prompt-j
ly checked by heavy buying, and r~e-
.ports of continued drought in Texas, .
and prospects of a bullish government !
report on the 3rd of next month. Prices
lose steadily until the close, scoring
a net gain from opening figures of!
about 8 points. Close was steady a~t1
the advance. All Indications point tol
ultimately higher prices, with moder-
ate reactions occasionally. Our flr :
belief is that cotton is a purchase oa'
all reactions.

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centrall Life

Srate, lower expense rate. ad htber
any company doing bualnwm la Flor;,a
for yro to decid the ret.

Wlliams, General Agent,

and Supply Co.
and Repairers of
Ten to all orders, day or aiW.- AgO=t4
Sceebrated Log and Timber r,j .- )
02f. P. 0. Box 1

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i how much imer than with
al way, and it' s eoomnica
a five hundred in use in

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There will be a moeti If iiiS
body on the first and thbi d iedt
days of each oath at 7:30 p. A::
is delegates are request to be pzre
ich ent. Z. W. ROBERTS.
ets. W. L DELAY. PrsideaL

ii. Secretary.
i a Pensacola Lodg 2o. K. of P.
ery meets every Monday eveilag at 3:4
ico o'clock at toitr Catle Bail. Bloun
by Watson buildm&.g former Palafoz au
ar? Gardena street Viltla rere e'
and dally wkcomat
:ih J. H. BREWrON. C. C.
;l:, L HORSLL K. e X L &
Fur, Rathbone Lodsle*
,-'t 30 L of P., meets ever
i.i,. T t'arday evening at 8
tb.- WelockIs t elr AC-O
Sys-. -b.I. tl 4 floor. BlowI
the E WtM bulding soott
The w er eorner Paafo a=z
e *Gardena V wttinq l **8
i rd ebdjy wo e=*&d
om- &A CERUTIr . C
eet C. J. L'er. 1 of BL &
. t
dsix. Knlght of Colurbu"
and Meetings of tt*
I AU4 Knights of C!':mt:s

.r.-, thoroughly cilaned, no dust is areh at thb:r ha:
raised under any conditions. No. 3 Wet Intende -
cit street. on evQlt
They Appeal to Our Sympathies. Monday evening s
aWeae7:30 o'clock. An -
The 1,ious and dyspeptic are con- vitaton is eztend4
stant sufferers and appeal to our sy.m- ti Knig
pathies. There Is not one of them. JOHN B. Jr
however. who may not be brought' EDM. FO. Grand Knlht
ai:ck to health and happiness by the Reorder
ine of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. These tablets invigo- Penmacoa Lee Nae 4. I. 0. 0. P.
rate the stomach and liver and Pensacola Lodge Na 4, I. O. 0. P.
Strengthen th- digestion. They also oeets very Tharyday eve ta ; t: 7
Regulate the bowels.- For sale by all at the new hall on West iuar -
a ruggists. street. Viittln brthren 'nr.'a..
Invited. T. G. ST.N-- cV,
B3 R. wizauVsMI. Secretary.
1%, TERSELY TOLD Naomat aldge AO 10. Reekab -'9:
BUSINESS LOCALS. ters meaet4 e y Monday n:ht i.:
loi o'clock I L 0. V. Hall. Vie
; I ......... r:.-;( Mttulg sisters corMally invited ro -
S--.present. MISS NDITA M. E11LOT'r.
1 Hendrix & Carpenter will furnish MISS MAMIZ RZER AN. SeCr-iA
estimates on building and paingtni .
and give personal attention to work. M. E- B. A. No. 31 meets frr- i :
,932 E. Strong, and 824 Bt 1 Ra third Wednesda7 evening at, : 7i
streets, m., Rafford Hall, No. 10 Wejr s .:7-
dencia Street.
A. G FELL, Prs
McKinzic Oerting & Co., wholesale j. SWEZ TA. am FELL
and retail ship chabdlers dtd grocers,
the only first-class house of the kind W.OW.
in Pensacola. Fair price to all Lre Oak Camp No l. 0 v.
Am ets n Pythia H taM and 3
Why use Inferior paper, when you Wednesdays I each omtl h. Vs
can buy Kelso Bond, Prench Dimlty, sover e cordially la rte
Kara Line, or Cranes Bond at C. sV P. A. BdOGICH, C. C
Thompoa's. 3 IL. Palafxt. i j- L &ROO h C r

Santr's estratta are the Standard. Oak Grove Iodge. No. 4. W. -'.
Guaranteed pare. All othes are Circle, me.ts every Thursday :..-
mere imnt el Ak for o naer,. 7:30 o'clock. 30 Salisbury B- -c
West Government St. Visiting -"
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you woy.waft to put 6. v
.UIS~bM. Why not put *O'PSI
~~ una~r-t 'I~C~ij ens L. 1e mi
F wtwmomme Ulm
vow eatotr .aft ." o lm v


Gua- as
3MR. W. A. STI H, Clerk

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Boy What You Know

is Good.

Lewis Bear



ave Lte-Satving Station for City,
Auetee Pemm-ola, 7:45.

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