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THE PENS PENSACOlA AGO LA JOURNAL FRIDAY MORNING OCTOBER 13 1 t I C as PAGE FIVE FIVr
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IT IS THE 4WvTBNT0 TO MAKE MAKETHE MAKETHE MAKEThE
THE < GOiiNG MSNG EVENT EVeNT THE THEQrWNOBST THEGlRtMN TIIEGWMDBsT
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p WI w1 I a force tor ree of skilled iMUdj tlled a aesceoatia M MIII
III j 1 M bssT esceoatia the tile0rM desigiis desigiisthe deIpsMd1
the atardl Ores Oi Preeessfoa Proe oII ot IMC IMCare 1 1t 1I 1Ii
i ds t L are beaaties 1HIUIt and 41 the t Ui e pb pbttc M111tlie
7 lie tao fcaows tat Mr r Webere win do dowhet dortpt dowM
whet is right la 1 the way w of preseattag preseattagthtai pCUAkedy
thtai Already a serea e teats t ar fran framerf fraaeft frane
erf e asMl covered The others should shouldhe hoWbe cMdd cMddIN
he onaiiiritnii by 1 > > 1 the k tnrt rst t of January Januaryto Ja1RtUIMYe
j t41r to leave sadcieat t time for or de deother d dMIll doi1
oi1 MIll d other finishing nt dug dugftIB teaches teachesThisIs towcesThk4
ThisIs ftIB taJdac moaey ia t fact fa It te tesrtoattos Jsof IsIsdo
srtoattos of the Cartval xtv1 Aaeoeia Aaeoeiako Aa oeia oeiaeI
ds ko exsead pnd eI about afty per ceat oeatmtmf ceatJIIIi ceatrs
rs mtmf JIIIi va t Hw e Oaratral tatv1 of iibis 1M 1Mh ute ute111II
h 111II s heea apvat t heretofere srsoore By Byae ByMIIIag By4g
ae de MIIIag s it is heUeved that twice as astee aaa asu
tee u a display V can cs be made s4e e as the thejMHsJbars th thof theJuzs
jMHsJbars Juzs of the th Aasoctedoa feel that thatdtear titattINIr tbattbk
dtear experteaoe spi soe ia 1 this work rk has a aTatoe a4IittPet ad
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be thsL thsLk Iu IuU
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for IfM 1 wffl ie amtih cia hi assisting I8tbg Ute tbecttr UtedtF thedty
cttr te recover 111 0OT die grouott that it i ilosing JJeg Is Ismg
losing Just now 0w w nnd a supreme npr effort effortwfll ellcMtw eortw
w wfll he made to to11I5 surpass all 11 previous previousTwo preYlofiIhl previoNsat
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oasa o is aeeied JIaow a ed wrw w The work has hasbeea hasittMa basea
beea ea oanied oa o for week wer oa credit credithot creditHIUr creditt
hot t beater results r IAdtiS oaa fee secure ecurea with wftfeoadk witho withUrtvRMel7
oadk o k Uasorteaatel the heavy ery memo members memoKB ea eaets ¬
bers KB of r the aaaaoe oomntttoe likewIse llkeivisethe Ukewt5eaAHot likewIsebe
the Aaeouiatloas aAHot treaearer are out of ofthe oftit o ot
the tit t ottf d therefore u ft ievolves vpoa upo us usto USto usto
to aase ke tiM rayaest 555t of O those t o e stOCkos stock stockMMerfi took1to1Iermtat
MMerfi 1to1Iermtat os fihat at are ahte to do doso so 0 to seed seedpart sendt
part t or all II of their usual subscrlptioa subscrlptioato
to 0 Mr M J 6 Ittoard whom wo we will willoalt
oalt o 05 It treasurer pro teat t ia ears of o the the2test theNatio thellcit
> 2test NatkMal Natio At Beak Peasacola who whowM whova whow
wM w Sv va proper credit < < cUt aad disburse disburseThis dsbwrsei rse
This 111 i is aot ot lateaded to detract from fromthe frollltH trouttb
the tb taportao INUMow ot extermtaatlag in iafeetad1 inor Inor
feetad1 mosfaltoeii or from fro cariag CIIrl for fortan fortIIJI ibrthe
tan stein ck sm ad seedy for Dc these are t8 the theWot t theU o o11M
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IfHHBin IJ gUR aid Che altlmate ItIast importance importanceof
of the Oaratral mast at tOt ot he overlook overlookTbere Gw1oeka oer4oekgbr
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Tbere are a jileatr of g peepie ia 1 Pea Peaaad P PaM Peesda
sda aad d ifOm a PaaoaeoWi that are arco areate are4oNMe
o doaofce ate to fever relief aad au ad ad ada adCIIIIIr adoI
oI a thalr r stock subscriptions to toCha toGIlt toJN
GIlt UNC Oaralval at the oame es time timeWamt tbHWINit timeWbat
Wamt you oN eoatribate mow yon Mt will willnot wtRp willt
not t Jrcr av s eoagh p k up to those peerless peerlessMessrs peert peertiX perlea4i
a4i iX Messrs Maaargai J Jaarp sad aadthe aa4aep sadThe
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the Oanral of llt wilt h a 1OIp 1OIpF ore
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1 to a afinrd the thoaenTidi tknlI of alps tewas tewaspasja wwuaill
pasja ps aill im4iBtaaa aud aere rua a tandtisM raad u tle To ToUlto Toact Tot
Ulto t end no attstt e the tit part of th thAsuooiatioa tti ttiC tbCItatv
C CItatv Iratft Asuooiatioa will he spared sparedP J Ue4 Ue4l Ue4ttII
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OPENING OF THE THECLASSICAL THEGlASSICAl TITftCLASSlGLLSChOOL
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IOIt PRISONERS WELL WELLPtEASED WEliLPLSAS8D WELLPLEASED
PLEASED WITH FOOD FOODvaCtotactton FOODWIint FOODstmkctleit
WIint vaCtotactton ts bag i g ox oxth exreR1ta oxpriIe
priIe v th rasatts halas halasku Hlagtale ob obl11brtsdty1aieedIagthedty °
l11brtsdty1aieedIagthedty l11brtsdty1aieedIagthedtyeserL ku dty la fe fwd dlac the t e dty dtyNot clt1Not
eserL Not oalr is th me lOad bet BetIt btt betit
t it Is trained d taw arfeoaers prisoeersi arfeoaersinattty Kielty
i ck inattty lty that the zaem me are areehe at atto areas
ehe to a ays work fi tw r the city citywhaa cltTpoa cltjplsesd
whaa yhtesd apoe pom the tileJouuJ streets streetsA
A Journal reporter made a trip tripIbKwgfc triptile tripos
IbKwgfc os the tb kkchea yesterday T where whererasajnr wlteteHbIc wberew5
rasajnr was heias esslted sad sad aadatee sadale ad adaile
ale e MStfoaed a aasaber 0 ot arieoa arieoaers pilsaee MIMae
ers noait e of e whom had Mea ta jail jailmiter ja11OOII4W jani4ii
miter the eld 14 ooadiUoas OOII4W where the thefeftitag theZeag
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feftitag Was awarded y ooatraet ooatraetAll i iwoC
All woC of the vriaoaerc stated Dt that thatthe t thatbad at I I
the bad we WIAI aot ao oaly a poNt deal dealhotter dealIMIt dealbe I
hotter be he that they tJa were sfvea t1eA set safA settv f1 f1lIl
tv lIl Iy to eo saidtt dt J al alA 1 1II I
A hill II 1 of frr tI is 1 posted IOIIt ia the tielice po police to to1b ¬
lice stattoa stat shldi states It ates what wfll wfllhe wmerTd wiflbe
he served tot totesapper breakfast dinaer aad aadsapper aMnpper
sapper each dkr y sariag rtag the t e week It Itvaries ItTat1ec ItvSttes
varies each day aT and ad is as good as acMIT is isia isved
MIT ved < ed ia 1 the t average a Ter Madly
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34 34NOTABLE
NOTABLE TEA TOPERS TOPERSMEN
MEN WHO IMBIBED THE STIMULAT STIMULATING ¬
ING DREW R TO EXOESS EXOESSDe
De Qmlaeer Braptied ITI Caps From FromS
8 eGlooIc at Bight Till 4 In the theMorning theJIIerahlc theOrfliHgJekneB
Morning OrfliHgJekneB JehBea a Shameless Tea TeaBibber TeaDlb1ur TeafibberWhy
Bibber fibberWhy Why k Hawthorne Quit QuitThe QuitDte 4ultTb
The Tb most mo t hardened tea drinker may mara iaaya4att mayaltttt
altttt a tt that tea drtektag can be and andoftea andelt aidoCtea
oftea elt te or 0 ocsidose rtioi cad yet the best bestkaowa bestI bestkaown
I kaowa t tea a topers do not appear to have havesuffered MelIWf haveeuored
suffered lIWf nMl fei ccweequeoce ueoee of their excess excessive excessI excesslye ¬
I
lye briKlgMMe la fee cheating cup oupDe cupDe aupDe
De Qatecey was a notable tea toper toperIm
Im his l 5 picture of a vrteter evening in inhis inhis inItis
his cettage among amou the Cumberland Cumberlandhills
hills be Hientios the tea equipage on a aUWe ataltle atable
table besIde the fire and behind the thetable thetaWe thetable
table a fair tea maker whose duty it itwas Jtwas itwas
was to ill 11 as almost a1m st eMless proces procession procesIon ¬
Ion 9t caps De Qulncey declares that thathe thath thathO
he h drank tea from 8 oclock at night nightte
I te t 4 ta the aormteg and claims the in infttBtoa InI InI
I fttBtoa as 8 the favorite beverage of the theintellectual thetnteUectK1 theintellectuaL
intellectual intellectualAnother intellectuaLAnother H HAnother
Another tea toper was HazHtt the theessayist theessaTist theessayIst
essayist who was set 1H t only very fond fondof fondof fondof
of the beverage but seems to have haveAruak hacinmk havedrunk
drunk it of o extraordinary strength strengthWe
We are toM oa excellent authority a that thathe thathe thatbe
he used two ounces for his breakfast breakfastand
and two for f < < his tea with cream and andthat andthat andthat
that for this tea teathe the finest Soochong Soocbonghe
he paid at first 14 shillings and after afterward atterward afterward
ward 12 shillings per pound Perhaps Perhapsthis
this extravagance and excessive con consuraptiofl consuptioD consuaption
suraptiofl of tea may account for some someof someot someof
of the essayists quarrelsomeness quarrelsomenessOowper quarreJsomenessCowper quarrelsomenessCowper
Cowper as we all know appreciates appreciatesto
to the fuM the charm c t the fragrant fragrantleaf
leaf but there is hardly sufficient evi evidence cldcm cvidence ¬
dence dcm e to show that he was guilty of ofundue otundue orundue
undue Indulgence The most famous famoustea famoustea famoustea
tea toper was of course Dr Johnson Johnsonwhose Johnsoaboe ohnsoawitose
whose feats with the cup which Mrs MrsThrale MrsIbraIe MrsThraie
Thrale filled so assidueusly u ld slr are too well wellknown wellkoown weDknown
known to need enlarging unpc ni Hii Hiirecord HiIrooord HlirNord
record appears to have been twenty twentyfive twentyfle twentyge
five caps which he drank at a situ situbut stttLt j jbt
bt t la i mitigation mlt1ga Oll of judgment It should shouldbe shouldbe boukIbe
be remembered that in all probability probabilitythe
the cups were much smaller than the theteacups thettle1IpS theteacups
teacups la use at the present time timeStilt timeStili timesuit
Stilt Johnson 10b 0R told MIss Reynolds In Inplayful Inplaytul InpIsyful
playful verse verseTh v8l8TMti verseTe
Th TMti CUM Na8t sot BMtke the tea so 0 fast fastAs fastI fastAz
As I can s gulp it down 4ownAnd downAnd wn wnAD4
And he deeeribed himself as a hardened hard hardcoed hardeied
coed and ad dbamekBB a thes tea drinker who whohas WDobas whohas
has for m mIUI1 y years diluted bis meals mealswith meal5with mealswith
with only fee iii Infusion of this fascin fasclatJog fasclutleg t tlag
lag plant whose kettle has scarcely scarcelytime scarcelyUe scarcolyfte
time to cool who with tea amuses the theeveeiag thewltb theeveolag
eveeiag with tea solaces the midnight midnightad
ad Bel with tea wetoomes the morning morningIt
It is an amuring confession but we weare weare weare
are bound to remember that this in intemperate Int intemperate ¬
temperate t tea bibber blb1J lived to the age ageef ageet ageSc
ef seventyfive seventyfiveJohnsons seveoty seveutyflverobnotis n nJOODIOOItS
Johnsons record was equaled by byBtebop byB6Hop byDIsbop
Btebop Gilbert Baraet the author of oftbe ofUte ofthe
Ute well known History of My Own OwnTimes OwnTimes OwnTimes
Times who te reported to have die disposed dlsJMSeti dieposed ¬
posed e et twentyfive cups in a morn raorniag mornlac mornlag
lag Aaothac man of letters of a very verydifferent verydIereot 9IJ 9IJureat
different type Nathaniel Hawthorne Hawthornewho
who mlgkt have equaled the doctor doctorcurbed doctorcarbed doctorcurbed
curbed his tea t8 drinking propensities propensitiesearly
early When he was a very young
man Hawthorne was in the habit of ofvisiting otvisiting ofrisitiug
visiting at a house ho se where the hostess hostessaaatJe hostessIBaae hostesmade
aaatJe excellent tea and one evening eveningwbca ccningw eveningwhen
when w eD the visitors lsttor > 8 cup was passed p 8Sed to tobe tobe tobe
be refilled she said 1Novr Now Mr Haw Hawtberae Haw1h flawthorne
tberae 1h < < De I am 9iag g to play Mrs Thrale Thraleto
to your yo r Joboseo ToIms L I know you are a aslave aslave aslave
slave to my tea t The young man manmade manIDa4e manmade
made no reply bat be had no inclina inclination IncllnatIoI1 Indliriatloii ¬
tion to play the role assigned to him himand blmand himand
and for five years from that night nightHawtborae nightJiawtltorae nightawtborse
Hawtborae did Bet taste a cup of tea teaa
a protest t which seams H ms as excessive in inIts Inits InIts
Its way as the Inclination which his hisbostess hiskost hishostess
hostess kost 5B bad attributed to him himThere himTh himThere
There Th ce have beaa bH other heroes of the theteapot theroaltOt theteapot
teapot pot a few Hartley Coleridge Coleridgetaay
may fairly claim a place among the thetea thetea thetee
tea topers Some one is said to have haveasked baveasked haveasked
asked Ida W ease e how many cups he heusually 11elsuaUr beusually
usually drank Jak aDd to have received the thescornful theB thescornful
scornful B < reply Cape 1 I dont count countby countbT countby
by cups I cooat by pots Then Thenthere ThenI ThenthQce
there have Jt ve been others whom it wduW wduWbe
I be hardly fair to rak as tea topers topersbut topersbut
IlJut but who have ffeewa marked devotion devotionto
I to the teapet In recent days Mr Glad Gladstone GJadi GladstoNe ¬
i stone st e sad Deaa Stanley StaJ eY would appear appearla
i la 1 thIs class but indeed any list of ofeetaufdastlc ofUulmastle ofeathuslasde
eetaufdastlc lovers overs la recent times of ofwbat otI ofwhat
what Waller called the best of herbs herbswould lMrbswnlel herbswesid
I would be of most oet Inordinate length lengthLondon lengthLoadoe
I London Globe GlobeWhen GlobWhen
When doctors fail try Burdock BurdockBlood Bu Bur4ockBlood k
Blood Bitters Cure dpmopsia con coujgtlpathm 00 constipados
jgtlpathm Uviforatae 1A th t the whole oIe sys sysNICE 5SNICE sysNICE
NICE FRESH MOBILE OYSTERS OYSTERSON
ON THE HALF SHELL AT NICK NICKAPOSTLES NICKAPOSTLES NICKAPOSTLES
APOSTLES RESTAURANT EVERY EVERYDAY EVERYDAY EVERYDAY
DAY
FRESH FRESHLIMES FRESHlIMES10 FRESHLIMESlO
LIMES lIMES10 10 CENTS DOZEN DOZENAT
AT ATWHITES ATI ATWH4TES
I WHITES WHtT S RESTAURANT RESTAURANTI
I AND ALSO ALSOCREAM ALSOCREAM ALSOGREAM
CREAM BREAD DAILY DAILYNEGRO DAILYI DAILYNEGRO
I
NEGRO r EGROMAtS WWS MASiARRESTED MASiARRESTEDON AR RESTED 1ARtRESTEDON RESTEDON
ON SERIOUS CHARGE CHARGEJoin OHARGE10IIa CHARGEJobs
Join Juctoon colored ooIor was takea takeainto takeainto takenInto
into custody c yesterday 7ar y iy by Police Of OCi Ofher OfIeez
i fleer Spottewood S Ot IftOOd on o a serious charge chargeIt c arxe arxeIt
It Is altose 11e that after assaulting fudUag his hiswife hiswtfe hiswife
wife with b nfc III bands feet sad a stick stickJackeom suckJaokeoa tlcltJack
Jackeom Jack oa wanted to lung the t e woman womani woaauaa4 woasand
i and from br account Mil would have done donem
m 5 but for the fact that she e left 1elti be before before
i fore he could carry out his Intention IDteatlollI IntentionShe
I I She reported tIN matter to o Officer OcerReed
Red and Del a warrant was Imued for fortb 10rI 1 ¼ w wth
I tb the arrest at Jnckaou H Ho Wall found foundby foundI
I by b OOoer C > Spotttfiwod SpatWft on Goutfe Ales Ateante Alesuk
nte street reet and i notRtitfeefcaMitag MbUthsta g Ms Msbeast JIIst bisbc
beast bc tbnt t he e enld not JIC > t iio < u arreeted arreetedbe ure lell lellH
be fetkum t tato ouphifr ant allAs8llt allAs8lltJatL sent seatbsML
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MARCH MA ROll Of THE T F1J1 M MATCH MATCHFROM ATOll ATGEFROM
FROM THE TWO INCH PINE PLANK PLANKTO PLANKTO
TO THE FINISHED PRODUCT PRODUCTThe
The Way Wa the Raw Material la I nan UancUed flan11ed nandied
died b by Machinery That Allow No JfoHalt NoHalt NoHalt
Halt Until the Perfect Match Mat h Drop DropsInto Droplato DropInto
Into It Ita Allotted Box BoxIt DoxIt foxIt
It Is an Interesting fact that one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the most useful usefulIndaed Indeed one of the themost themost themost
most necessary necessaryarticles articles in the world worldis
is so cheap that no man hesitates to toask toask toask
ask even a stranger for it or dreams of ofpaying otpaying ofpaying
paying him except by the conventional conventionalThank concntlonalThank conventionalThank
Thank you That matches have havocome haocome havecome
come to occupy this position is due duelargely duelargelY duelargely
largely to American inventive skill skillThe sklUThe skillThe
The first friction matches wore made madeaad madeand madeand
and dipped by hand They sold for forabout foraoout forabout
about 3 a gross Today all matches matchesare
are made and most of them are dipped dippedby
by machinery and one can buy from fromfifty trami fromfifty
i fifty to t seventyfive 5e for a cent Be Between Detween Between ¬
tween these two extremes stretches a along along along
long line of complicated and interest interesting InterestIng ¬
ing machines machinesInveators madllneslnveators machinesInventors
Inventors began very early to give givetheir givetheir givetheir
their attention to devices for making makingthe
the sticks or splints cheaply One plan planafter planafter planafter
after another was tried until all finally finallygave finallygave
gave way to the ribbon method The Themachine Themachine Themachine I
machine for this process is a sort of oflathe otlatbe oflathe
lathe in which hleb is placed plac d a cylinder of ofpine otpine ofpine
pine wood the length ef t seven matches matchesAs
As this cylinder previously soaked In Inhot Inhot Inhot
hot water or steamed to make it soft softand softand I Iand
and tough is turned slowly the circuknl circuknlference clrcuin1
terence encounters a blade which pares paresoff paresolr i ioa
off a continuous shaving the whole wholelength wholelength i ilength
length of the cylinder and the thick thickness thIcknoes ¬
ness of a single match This shaving shavingas
I
as it peels away from the log again againcomes againcomes againcomes
comes in contact with cutters which whichdivide whichdhlde whichdivide
divide it Into seven strips each as wide wideas
as a match is long longWhen longWhen I
When the ribbons have been cut into intomanageable Intomanageable
i imanageable
manageable length len lengthSay say seven or eight eightfeet eIghtfeotand eightfeetand
feet feotand and freed from knots and crook crooked j jed
ed grained portions a large number of ofthem otthemtrom ofthemfrom
them themtrom from 120 to 140 14oare are placed in a amachine amachine amachine
machine like an ordinary paper cutter cutterThe cutterTbe cutterThe
The mass Is fed forward automatically automaticallythe
the width of a match at a time and the thedescending thedescendi thedescondiilg
descending descendi g cutter slices through the themass themass themass
mass making from 120 L to 140 splints splintsat splIntsatastrok
at atastrok atastrokThe a stroke strokeThe strakThe
The splints are now dried and sift sifted sifted sifted ¬
ed in partitioned sieves the motion of ofwhich otwhich ofwhich
which lays the matches parallel and andprepares andproparos andprepares
prepares them for their places in inframes InframGS Inframes
frames where they are dipped by byhand byhand byhand
hand Some of these machines will willturn w111turn willturn
turn out from 15000000 1 to 17000000 17000000splints 17000000splints 17000000splints
splints a day Rapid and cheap as asthis asthis asthis
this method is It has been superseded supersedediu
iu America by another system in which whichthe whIchthe whichthe
the hand work is reduced reduc to a mini minimum mlnlmum minimum ¬
mum Thex The raw materlainSi this case caseJs caseJ caseIs
Js J two Inch white pine plaik pl k This is isfirst Is1lrst isfirst
first sawed into blocks t th thvlength J length of a amatch amatch amatch
match and a1 < thoroughly Y dried driedbJocks driedblocks The Theblocks
blocks are clampedmo clamp thoriY a the bed of a amachine ama amachine
machine ma Ine and cuttafJjgroove cuttj cuttjgroove groove out a set setof setot setof
of splints from t fSurface surface not how however bowever however ¬
ever taking the whole surface and andconverting andconnrt1Dg andconverting
converting It into splints at one Im linpact Impact fmpact ¬
pact but cutting CDttin the matches out one onefottrth oneo onefonrth
fottrth o rth ofan of a Inch apart apartThe aparthe apartThe
The he splints lints thus separated are seized seizedin
in iron clamp plates which form an anendless anendlo anendless
endless s chain These carry the splints splintsacross splintsacross splintsacross
across a steam heated drum whicQ whicQwarms whIcnwarms whlcflwarms
warms them nearly to the temperature temperatureof
of the melted l Into which
paraffin para they theyare theyare I Iare
are next dipped dl ped The heat prevents preventsthe prcv preventsthe nts ntsthe
the paraffin from chilling and Insures
a proper saturation saturationFrom saturationFrom saturationFrom
From the first order to march these thesecompanies thesecompanies thosecompanies
companies of wooden soldiers have no nopermission nopermlelon nopermission
permission to halt They move on con continuously continuously continnonsly ¬
tinuously and evenly from the paraffin paraffinbath paraffinbath paraffinbath
bath to the rollers which carry the theheading theheadlng theheading
heading mixture m1rturophospborus phosphorus chlo chlorate chlorate ebb ebbrate ¬
rate of potash and other substances substancesand
and as the companies pass by those thoserollers t theserollers ese esetoJJers
rollers place a red or blue cap on the thehead thohead thehead
head of each individual The line of ofmarch ofmarch ofmarch
march continues on through a room ro6mswept r06mswept roomawept
swept by a blast of cold dry air which whichhardens whlebhardens whichhardens
hardens the newly deposited chemicals chemicalsuntil chemicalsuntil chemicalsuntii
until the matches can be safely han handled handied bandied ¬
died dledStill diedStill diedstill
Still the companies march until just justbefore justbefore justbefore
before they roach the starting point pointagain pointagain pointagain
again the Individual units receive their theirGnal theirSinal theirfraal
Gnal order to fall out from an auto automatic automatic automatic ¬
matic and uncompromising punch punchwhich punchwhich punchwhich
which deposits thorn side by side in a abox abox abox
box placed providentially in just the theright therlgbt theright
right place and at just the right time timeby timebr thueby
by another endless belt beltThe beltThe boltThe
The cutters meanwhile have been beeneating beeneating beeneating
eating away the ridges which were wereleft wereleft wereleft
left between the places from which whichthe whIchthe whichthe
I
the first set of splints was cut and so soit soIt soit
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it goes until the whole block has bean boonconverted beancovertcd beanconverted
converted Into slim little red or blue bluecapped blueCPtoo bluecapped
capped fellows each one snappish and andfull andfun andfull
full of fire fireEdward Edward Willlston Frontz FrontzIn
in Youths Companion CompanionA
A Royal Interview InterviewIn
In his Tracks of a Rolling Stone StoneHenry StonH8Ilry StoneHenry
Henry F Coke describes s an Interview Interviewhe
he had as a boy with King William WilliamIT
IV of England and Quean Adelaide in inthe inthe inthe
the early part of the last century He Hodescribes Hedeserlbes Hedescribes
describes the two thronGS and says saysWilliam saysWllllam saysWilliam
William IV sat on one Quee Ade Adelaide Adelaide Adolakie ¬
laide on the other I cannot say wboth wbothor
or we were marched past In turn or orhow orbow orhow
how I came there But I remember rememberthe
the look of the king in his naval uni uniform nflformhis ¬
form fonnhls his white kerseymere breeches breechespink breechespink breechespink
pink silk stockings stockln and nd buckled shoes shoesHe shoesHe shoesHe
He took me between his knees and andasked j jasked Iasked
asked Well what are you going to be bemy bemy bemy
my little manT man r A sailor said I with withbrazon withbrazon withbrazen
brazon simplicity Going to avenge avengethe aengethe avengethe
the death of Nelson eh Fond of sugar sugarplarasr sugarplumsr i iplumsT
plarasr Yessaid Yes said I IUpon L Itpon I
Upon this the king fetched from the thedepths thedepths thedepths
depths of his waistcoat pocket a ca capacious capaclous capc1ons ¬
pacious gold box and opened It with a atap 9tap atap
tap as though he were going to offer offerme otIcrme oilerme
me a pinch of snuff Theres for you yonsaid youStLid youakihe
said akihe akiheI be beI
I helped myself unnerved UDn red by the thesltaatfOQ thesituation thesituation
situation and with my small fit fi fistclutebtag fitctatebtag t tdutdllag
ctatebtag the booboos was passed on onte onfa onp
te p Quean Adelaide She gave me a akiss aaDd alies
kiss and I scuttled back to my moth mothac mothSUBSORtJBE mothSUBSCRIBE
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Yesterday Made Donation Donationof
of 10000 fODOODonations 10000fDonatlons 10000Donations
Donations to the yellow fever relief relieffund1 rollerfln rellOffn
fund1 fln continue c to be received recei d much to tothe tothe toth
the th gratification gr r t1ficatlonJ > of those who have havebeen havebeen hambean
been solicitingmoney solloiting money for this worthy worthycause wortbycause worthycause
cause Yesterday Yesterda three donations donationswere donationswere
were received the largest being from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the AlgerSullivan Lumber Co of Cen Century Century Contury ¬
tury which wbI h firm forwarded 10000 the thelargest thelargest thelargest
largest amount tobe to be received in some sometime sometime sometime
time timeIt
It is hoped that th t the donations will willcontinue wUJcontinue willcontinue
continue as the money is badly need needed needed needed
ed The total to date is as follows followsThe followsThe followsThe
The Donations DonationsFirst DonationsPlrst DonationsFirst
First National Bank J50000 J50000W 50000W
W S Keyser Co 20000 20000American 20000Amerfcan 20000Ainerrcan
American National Bank 20000 20000Consolidated 20000Consolidated 20000Consolidated
Consolidated Grocery Co 25000 25000Fr 25000Fr 25000Fr
Fr J Schreyer 6000 6000Thos 6000Thos 5000Thos
Thos C Watson I 10000 10000Bscambla 10000Escambla iooooEscambla
Escambla Realty Co 5000 500Lee 5000Lee 5000LOe
Lee Daniel v 2500 250W 2500W 2500w
W A Blount Bbount4 10000 10000Hannah 1000Hannah 10000Hannah
Hannah Bros 1000 100Peoples 1000reoples 1000Peoples
Peoples Bank 10000 1000Pensacola 10000Pensacola 10000Pensacola
Pensacola Water Company 10000 1000Leslie 10000LesUe 10000Leslie
Leslie E Brooks 1000 100J 1000J
J M Coe 1000 100Pensacola 1000Pensacola 1000Pensacola
Pensacola Investment Co 10000 1000M 10000ltt
M 1 F Gonzalez 250 250Southern 2500 2500Southern 2500Southern
Southern States Lumber Co 10001 10001Consolidated l 10000ConsolidatedNaval OOO OOOConsolld
Consolidated Consolld ConsolidatedNaval ted Naval Stores Co 10000 100WGermanAmerican 10000GermanAmerI 10000GerznanAmorfcjanLumbe
GermanAmerican GerznanAmorfcjanLumbe Lumber Co 500 500Sauhders 6010Saunders 50MGSaunders
Saunders Mill Gow Co 2500 2500J
J R Saunders 5009 5009Pensacola 6000PensacoJa 5000Pensacola
Pensacola St AndrewsGult Andrews AndrewsGulf AndrewsGulf
Gulf Steamship Steams p Co 2500 2500D 25 00 00D
D Kugleman i 1000 1000J
J Goo Ge White 500 500S 5 O OS
S P Shelter Goi 00 25000
lOS uoioman < 200 200A 200A 200A
A F Warre 2500 250IM 2500II
M II L RoOh a 501 501Jno SOOJno 500Jno
Jno B Jones 501 501T
T H Lannon Go 1500 1500Wm 1500Wm isooWin
Wm Johnson Son 2500 2501Clutter 2500Clutter 2500Clutter
Clutter Music House IQOO IQOOMeyer 1Q00Meyer 1000Meyer
Meyer Shoe Storp t 1500 1500Standard 1500Standard 1500Standard
Standard Clothing Co Co4 1000 1000Douvllle 1000Douville 1000Douvilbe
Douvllle Timber Timberand And Land Co 500 500Maxwell 500Maxwell 500Maxwell
Maxwell cReaves Repyese4 2000 2000S
S Pasco JriaJLlJY Jr1 Jr11LP U 501 501P 500P
P Campbell 50 50H 600 600H 500H
H H Boyar BOYW1r1 y f 1 2500 25COKress 2500Kress 2500Kross
Kress cblvrr Co 1000 1000D
D Hal Halo WilsOh WUk > n i 2500 2500A
A M Avery Aver 2500 2500Gordon 2500Gordon 2500Gordon
Gordon B > rP pwn t r S 1500 1500Thos I 600Thos 500Thos
Thos PebleyVJf Pebh t 600 600Forbes 50UForbes 500Forbes
Forbes Furnlturo FurnIttir Co C 400 400N 400N 400N
N G Fordhelmfrfft F r helI i r1 WOO inooH WOOH
H G DeSllva ltJ dofi J p 1 4 1 < f i 250U 250UW 26011WA 20Uw
W WA A DAlembertei 1000 1000Jas 1000JasMciugh1t oooJas
Jas JasMciugh1t McHugh J 2500 2500Sol 251Sol 2500Sol
Sol Cahn Co 3500 3500B 200ThGrson i OO OOB
B ThGrson Gefrson 1500 1500J
J Kryger Kr g l v 1700 1700Green 170UGreen 1700Groan
Green Watson t 1040 1040J iooJ
J C VanPelt YanP ltft i 500 500The 500The 500The
The Peusacbla Pensa c la Journal r01 rnal 2500
C B Parkhin 10 00 00Naval 00Naval 00Naval
Naval Stores Bxport BX xpdtOo rt Go4 2500ft 2500ftW 2 200W OI OIw
W B Wright Got Ga i I 5000 5000N
N AposHeu AposbJe i i 2500 250CMcDavidHyer 2500McDavidHyer 2500McDavIdHyQo
McDavidHyer CJoi < 2500 2500R
R G Bushnell ft < > 2000 2000A
A A Fisher 5000 5000H 5000H
H Baars B ars Co H 10000 10000Pensacola 10000Pensacola iooooPensacola
Pensacola Lumber Co 10000 10000F 10000F
F C Brent p 2500 2500John 2500John 2500John
John Shepard 500 500A 5A30ADiLustro
A DiLtistro 5 1000 1000iAlex 1000Alex 1000AlexZolhls
Alex AlexZolhls Zelius 1000 1000D
D Levy l vy i 100 100E
E f J Dunham 500 500Gulf 500Gul sooGulf
Gulf Machine Co 2606 2606O 260O
O H Smith Son 1000 1000Bar 1000Bar 1000Bar
Bar Pilots < o 1000 1000W 10b00w
W B4 B Lamar 1 10000 10000Scarritt 10000Scarrltt 10000Scarritt
Scarritt Moreno p 500 500W 500W 600W
W S Rosasco 1000 1000Marine 1000Marine 1000MarineGroceryCo
Marine MarineGroceryCo Grocery Co 500 500H
H Muller 500 500F
F O Howe Co 2500 2500J
J C Porter e 1000 1000J
J A Chaffin h 2500 2500H
H H Thornton 1000 1000J
J B Roberts 1000 1000J
J P Williams Cp 10000 10000T
T A Jennings Jonningsa 10000 10000Geo 10000Geo 10000Coo
Geo W Wright WrightCash 5000 5000Cash 5000I
Cash 5iOO 5iOOQuina 600Quina oo ooQulna
Quina Guttman iono ionoFrank ioooFrank
Frank Rellly 2500 2500S
S A Friedman 1000 1000D
D Dannhelsser 500 500H 500H 500H
H O Anson 1000 1000Marston 1000Marston 1000Marston
Marston Quina o 2500 2600W 2500W 2500v
W v J B Forbesi Forbes ForbesN i 10080 10080N
N Goldring 1500 1500Cash 1500Cash 1500C
Cash C ash 500 500W 500W oo oow
W H White Co 500 500Warren 500Warren
Warren Fish Co 10000 10000Pensacola 10010Pensacola iooooPensacola
Pensacola Stables 1000 1000C
C Thiesen 100B0 100B0Southern 10000Soutbern iooooSouthern
Southern Bell Telephone Co 2500 2500J
J S McGaughey McGaugheyArmour eo 500 500Armour 500Armour
Armour Packing Co 2500 2500Dubuisson 2500Dubuisson 2500Dubuisson
Dubuisson Bro 200U 200UStar 200UStar 2000Star
Star Laundry LaundryL 1500 1500L
L S Brown Co CoJudge b eOO eOOJudge o oJudge
Judge H Bellinger 15M 15MMarks 1501Marks toMarks
Marks Gayle 50 00 00Swift 00Swltt ooSwift
Swift Co I 25 00 00Miss 00MIss ooMiss
Miss Fannie Hentferson Hen erson 250 250McK 250McK 250McKenzie
McK McKenzie < enzIe Oertlng Co 10 00 00DunwodyAiken 00DunwodYAiken 00DunwodyAikenCo
DunwodyAiken DunwodyAikenCoIT Co 3500 3500J
J S Roberts RobertsCitizens i00 i00Citizens iOOCItIzens
Citizens National Banb 100 10000 10000L 08 08L 00L
L N R R Go 100 W WF toF GOF
F W Marsh 15 00 00R 00R ooH
R M iI Cary > 10 00 00J 00J 00J
J Ed OBrien 10 00 00Pensacola 00Pensacola uoPensacola
Pensacola Gas Co liOOO liOOOE4ectric 15000EleotrIc isoooElectric
Electric Terminal Railway Co 100 10000 10000GouJdlng 10000Goulding 00 00Goulding
Goulding Fertilizer Co CoJohnCAverY 1MOO 1MOOJohn lotOOJobn
John JohnCAverY JohnCAverYP C Avery > < 2W 2WP
P Martinez z 1o 1oJ s0 s0J iOJ
J W Maloy 500 500WellesKahn 600WellesKahn 500WellesKahn
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THEGAME I OF OF ROUND BALL BALLThree BALLrhree BALLThree
Three Catcher and There Wm XV a a Som SomSdCBtlflc Somsaleatlac SomeScleutl5o
SdCBtlflc Batting Done DoseUntil DoneUntil DoneUntil
Until about 1869 the ball gam6 play played played la1 la1ed ¬
ed In Massachusetts Was called Mas Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetta ¬
sachusetts r round und ball No game called calledtown calledtbwn calledtown
town ball was known In Massachu Massachusetts Massnliliusetts Massachusetts ¬
setts settsWe
We did not know that In England a agame agame agame
game called rounders rounElers was played We Webelieved Webelieved Webelieved
believed that ronnd ball was distinctive distinctively ¬
ly an American Amerl lU1 game Four old cat catand catand catand
and three old cat we regarded as de derivatives der1ativK dorivatives ¬
rivatives of round r und ball They were the theresource theresource theresource
resource when there were not enough enoughplayers enoughpJayers enoughplayers
players on the field for round ball bailIn ballIn ballIn
In a match game gameof of round ball there therewere therewore therewore
wore fourteen players on a side The Thegame Thegame Thegame
game was quite as active as baseball baseballis base bat I IIs
is and exciting Bases Ba were called calledgoals calledgoals calledgoals
goals There were w re four goals oals set in a asquare asquare asquare
square not in a diamond At each eachgoal eachgoal eachgoal
goal a stout stake four feet high and andabout andabout andabout
about two Inches in diameter was driv driven dri4en drlveli ¬
en into the ground The runner going goingat
at full speed would seize this stake stakefrequently stakefrequently stakefrequently
frequently swinging around it two or orthree orthree orthree
three times before ho h could stop him himself himselt himself
self There was no running beyond beyondfirst beyondfirst beyondfirst
first on a hit Unless some part of the therunners therunners therunners
runners body touched the goal he hecould hecould hecould
could be put out by being hit by a athrown athrown athrown
thrown ball Pitched out we called calledit
it itThe
The batter stood in a circle four feet feetin teetIn feetIn
in diameter midway between first goal goaland goaland goaland
and home The thrower stood in the thecenter thec theceiter
center c nt r of the square made by the goals goalsthirty goalsthirty goalsthirty
thirty feet from the batter Many Manyteams Manyteams Manyteams
teams had what was called a dip dipthrower diptbrowerthat dipthrowerthat
thrower tbrowerthat that is one who could throw throwa
a swift ball starting low and shooting shootingup
up There wore no fouls Everything Everythingwent
went Backhanded batting was com common comman cornmen ¬
mon The batter swinging round with withthe withthe wIththe
the ball as it came to him would drive driveit
it sideways or backward for a long hit hitA hitA I
A few were skillful at what was called calledside calledsld calledside
side batting Grasping the bat near nearthe nearthe nearth
the th middle with the thumb and fingers fingersof
of one hand and being careful that the theflnger thetlnger thefinger
finger ends were below the surface surfacethey surfacethey surfacethey
they held it horizontally the end point pointed ¬
ed toward the thrower In this posi position position postUon ¬
tion the batter would wouldcatcl1 catch the ball on onthe onthe onthe
the top of the bat and In a frac fraction fraction fraction ¬
tion of a second s cond as it slid along the thesurface thesqrtace therface
surface rface and by a quick deflection of ofthe ott ofthe
the t c bat shoot the ball backward to the theright th thrJght theright
right or to tothe the left
Hundreds of t men now living in cen central centralMassachusetts contral ¬
tral Massachusetts have seen It done doneThere doneThcre doneThere
There were three catchers in line be behind behInd behind ¬
hind the batter The first catcher play played ¬
ed close He usually crouched and andtook andtook andtook
took only the low throws The second secondani secondan
ani an thlrS catchers stood erect alert alertfor alertfor alertfor
for the high and wild throws There Therewore TherewOre Therewore
wore wOre two back fielders field ts one at the right rightand rhbtand rightand
and one at the left of the th third catcher
They were there for the backhand and andslide andtIlde andlIde
slide hits There was a player at each eachgoal eachgoal eachgoal
goal a player between botw en second goal and andhome andhonia andbora
home and two outfielders The ball ballwas balJwas ballwas
was made of woolon yarn firmly firmlywound firmlywOUnd firmlywohnd
wound with a few shot in the center centerIt
It was was cevared with leather and was wassomewhat wassomewhAt wassomewhat
somewhat smaller than the regulation regulationbaseball regulationbase regulationbasetaIi
baseball base all It was not n t mushy A tick tickand tickand
and a catch was 1 ftS ofat o t One out the theside theslde theside I
side ws w out To avoid being put out outby outby Outby
by a ball thrown at him and properly properlycoached properlycoaohed properlycoached
coached a runner would now no jump jumpIn
In the air now fall flat to the ground groundand groundand groundand
and up and away again in a twinkling twinklingRuns
Runs wore called tallies The big bigmatphes bigmat bigmatches
matches mat hes were generally decided by the
priority In getting 100 tallies Each Eachteam mnchteam Eachteam
team chose cho e its own referee and the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two referees Chose a Judge who whowas wbowas whowas
was a solemn and important person personsilent personsilent personsilent
silent except when the referees could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not agree His decision de tsion was final finalExchange llnaLExchan finalExchange
Exchange Exchan ge
Still TJfl atl at1af1e at1uneaGoin flca ta UGolD taCoin
Coin the whole way ay mister in inquired inquired Inquired ¬
quired the passenger with the green greennecktie greennecktie greennecktie
necktie as he took out his snuffbox snuffboxpreparatory fmuaboxprepara snuilboxpreparatory
preparatory prepara torr to settling scttlln himself fort iot a across across across
cross examination examinationThe
The man interrogated eyed him atten attentively attentivoly attenlively ¬
lively then replied repliedNo
No I get out at the third station stationI
I am goingto going to collect some money moneydue mane manedue moneydue
due to me for groceries supplied You Yousee Yousee Yousee
see I am a wholesale grocer The bus busness busiDess buslicss
ness was left to me by y my father I Iam IammarrIcd Iam
am ammarrIcd married and have five children The Theeldest TheeJdest Theeldest
eldest la eleven years old I am exact exactly exactly ¬
ly twelve years and nine months mar married married marned ¬
ried ned I live in a semidetached house houserented bouserented houserented
rented at 40 My wife is fair and andweighs andweighs andweighs
weighs twelve stone She was a dairy dairymaid dairymaid dairymaid ¬
maid before I married her and has hasbeen hl18been hasbeen
been vaccinated twice I have 1150 i1150In 1150in 1150in
in the bank and I was fourteen when whenI
I left school schoolThe schoolThe kool koolThe
The man In the green necktie had a adissatisfied adlsea adissatisfied
dissatisfied dlsea < 3fied look as he inquired inquiredWhat InquiredWb inquiredWbit
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Of all the diseases known with withtvhich withV withv1iich
tvhich V ich women are afflicted kidney dis disease disease disease ¬
ease is the most fatal In fact unless unlessearly unlcMearly unlessearly
early and correct treatment is applied appliedthe
the weary patient seldom survives survivesBeing survivesBeing survivesBeing
Being fully aware of this Mrs Pink Pinkham Pinkham Pinkham
ham early in her career gave exhaust exhaustive ¬
ive study to the subject and in pro producing proI producing ¬
ducing her great remedy for womans womansills womaIsillsLydia womansills
I ills illsLydia Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable VegetableCompound VegetableCompoundwas i iCompoundwas
Compound Compoundwas was careful to see that it itcontained itcontained itcontained
contained the correct combination of ofherbs ofherbs ofherbs
herbs which was sure to control that thatfatal thatfatal thatfatal
fatal disease womans kidney troubles troublesThe troublesThe troublesThe
The Vegetable Compound acts in hare harmony haremony barInony ¬
mony with the laws that govern the theentire theentire theentire
entire female system and while hUe there thereare
are many so called remedies for kidney kidneytroubles kidneytroubles kidneytroubles I
troubles Lydia E Pinkhams Vege Vegetable VegeItable Vegetable ¬
table Compound is the only qne espe especially etpecIally epedaily ¬
cially prepared for women and thou thousands thousands thousands ¬
sands have been cured of serious kidney kidneyderangements kid kidneyderangements nev nevderangements
derangements by it Derangements of ofthe ofthe f fthe
the feminine organs quickly affect tho thokidneys thokicfueys thekidney8
kidneys and when a woman has such suchsymptoms suchsymptoms suchsymptoms
symptoms as pain or weight in the theloins theloins theloins
loins backache bearing down pains painsurine painsurine painsurine
urine too frequent scanty or high col colored colored colored ¬
ored producing scalding or burning burningor
or deposits like brick dust in it un unusualthirst unusual unusual
usualthirst usual thirst swell swnl11ng ing of hands and feet feetswelling feetsweUing feetswelling
swelling under the eyes or sharp pains painsin
in the back running down the inside insideof
of her groin she may be sure her kid kidneys kidneys kidncys ¬
neys arc affected and should lose no notime notime notime
time in combating the disease withLydia withLydia with withLydia
Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com Compound Compound Cornpound ¬
pound the womans remedy for wo womans womans womans ¬
mans Ills IllsTho IllsThe
Tho following letters show how howmarvelously howmarvelously howknarvelously I
marvelously successful it is
Mrs rs Samuel rake of Prospect ProspectPlains PrH5pectPlains PrpectPlains
Plains N J writes writesDear wrlteDMIMrs writesDearMrs
Dear DMIMrs Mrs Plnkham PlnkhamI
I cannot e DDOt thank yon aoongjh 8IIOfI lot what Lydia TrcHaE f TdfaE
E PiaklMuirti VeertMbte Compound poand has I lone loneforme tne tnefOfJRe ne neforM
forM Wk Whea I Ilhllt Brat wrote toytw be JW y I ba hatilluf hatilluffaced bM < t suf suffered iuffe4ed ¬
faced for years with what the doctor ttUtd ttUtdJddoey tiUdkidney < lled lledkidney
kidney trouble and coMMtfam of the th w wmlr wmlrMy < ml nibMy mlMy
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