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It conditions at the state ijas Uitte Uitteasylum e easylum
asylum were only a small part as asbad asbad asbad
bad as they are represented in the thereport thereport
I report of o the investigating g committee committeea c csynopsls
V a synopsis of which was published publishedin publls ed edin
in The Journal yesterday morning morningthey morningth xnorni g gthey
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they th would still be too horrible almost almostfor almostfor almostI
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If as the report alleges the conduct conductof condu t tof
I of the asylum has been attended by bymlsappropriatioa D DmlsappropriatioaOt
mlsappropriatioa tf funds immorality immoralityand immoi Uty Utyand
and vice on n the part of the attendants attendantsandjcruel attendantsndi attendants1wIcrue1
andjcruel ndi ruel and inhumantreatment nt of the theInniates th thl thi
i Inniates l ates the theease ease will form a chapter chapterof chapter9f
111i 9f of ilgh crime unparalleled u in the his history history hisf7 ¬
f7 tory toryof of this or any other state stateThe statThe stateThe
The unfortunates whom hom It Is nece necesary nece3lSary neceEary >
sary to commit to an Insane Insaneas asylum asylumshould as1um as1umA 1um 1umshould
A should be objects of the states most mostsolicitous IlostsoUcltous
tU4 solicitous consideration They are the thebearers thebearers th thbezrers I
bearers of o a heavier burden of mis misfortune misfortune ¬
gka fortune than thananyother any other class with withwapm withwhpm
wapm whin we have ba to deal Their very veryhelplessness veryhelplessnessanJ Yer Yerq P
q helplessness helplessnessanJ and hopelessness appeal appealto I Ito
to the tenderest side of t every mans manssympathies rnan ans anssympathies
l cI sympathies and nd of the whole worlds worldshumanity worIdshumanity 3 3humanity
humanity humanityBnt humanityBut s sBut
But to think that where every gen generous generous generous ¬
erous impulseeeg impulse every appeal to char charc Ch3 Ch3c charIty
c nyevery Ity every sentiment of humanity hnmaJityto hnmaJitytothink humaLtytcthink to tothink
think that where all these combine combinewith combineWith combtwi
i with every consideration of official officialduty officiallIutythere I Idutythere
lIutythere duty there should be > e found fou d a condi condition tondItlon L LtIOfl
tion of affairs which w hlch ch can hardly be bedetailed bedet bi birf
rf 1 detailed det Ued in print prIntIt It brings the blush blushof blush blushof 1 1t
t of shame to the cheek of everyone who whopossesses whoiJ a af
f iJ possesses ssesses even the remotest trace ofthe o
the sensibilities of life and duty dutyA dutyA dutyc
c 31 A A few days ago The Journal ex expressed expre expressed ¬
pressed pre sed the hope that t at thecondItlQ the conditipn > of ofaffairs ofdalrs f faffairs
affairs dalrs at tae t e asylum would be probed probedto 1 1t
t 1 to the bottom bottomIt
t I It now expresses the hope that every everyman everyman ever
1 man who Is even remotely responsible responsiblefor 9 9for
1 for r the th he condition which the commit committees committees t tt
t tees report alleges will be punished punishedto d dto
to the therrin full extent of the law lawLet lawLet lawLet
Let the t e investigation proceed pro eed let letthe letthe Ic t
1 the law take Its it full course andlet nogullty n
guilty iilty man escape escapes
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< A house to house canvass was wasmad wasmadI1 made madeIiLsome mad madInsome
IiLsome I1 some parts of the city yesterdaytin
4I tinorder tin Inorder order to get a crowd out out to totle totletis fie fieAntis t e etMtIs
Antis tis meeting last night Next thin thinehear
S we ehear hear they th y will fie going out or orthem c
them with a block and tackle tackleIt taclAfter1ast
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Mayor Welles got pretty decidedi
personal in his speech last
f I Such manifestations of bad blood bloodusually bloousually ci
usually react reactupOU Tipon those who exhibit exhibitthem e ± ib
them themAfter
t After After1ast last nights exhlbitionof bom bomlast bombast loz 11
t bast and buncombe the AntiWhite Anti Wblte Pri PriBiary Prinary Pr PrI 1
I nary people oughtto ought to take a rest or o oZ ddrink
Z drink or something They must feel feelfearfully feelfearfully fei i iS
S fearfully run xundown xundownt xundownTheoffice down downt downNThe downThe
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NThe Theoffice The office of city aUorney in Jack Jacksonville Jacksonv11le Jaclo
sonville o vil1e Is said to top pay pay y in i salary andj an
j perquisites rqu sltes about a nt 600000 a Year jearDont YearDon yea r rDont
+ Dont Don blame Baars lor not wanting to togive totive o oveIkup >
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ELECTRIC E LIGHTS AND FREE FREEDELIVERY FREEDELIVERY FREEDELIVERY
DELIVERY FOR EAST HILL HILLEditor HI HILLditor L LEdltor
Editor E ditor Pensacola Journal JournalThepresldent J urnal I IThe
The Thepresldent president of the Electric Light Lightr
Company C ompany Informed the writer r toda todathat today JM I I Ithat
that th Cth at it would not be long before b tore the thestrung
poles p oles would be up and the wires I I Istrung I
strung s to give the East EastIDn Hill streets streetsandlhe streetsandlhe
andlhe a nd lh many beautiful houses of that thatpart thatpart thatI
ap part p art of the city c tyan an abundance abun ance of oUghti oUghtiorbothhuoses light lightfor I
for f orbothhuoses or both huoses and drive driveways ways This Thissomething Thiss
Is i s a much needed improvement ThiSj and andBomethln 1
something s g the t hecit city Y should shou Idha have ve under undertaken ¬
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taken t long ago agoThe agoThe
The postmaster general has given giventhis giventhis
this t his as one reason why East st Hill can cannot cannot ¬
tn not n ot be besuppHed supplied with a free mail de delivery deUery ¬ 5
livery I but this Is coming soon Withtbe With Withthe
the t houses h usesnu numbered nbered the streets Im Improved lwroved ¬
proved 1 p > roved and well lighted we will wU1soon wU1soonbe soon soonbe
pb be b e in inpositlon position to cemand from the thepostoffice theostoffice thepostofticedepartment
postoffice postofticedepartment p ostoffice department for all ll parts of ofthis ofthis
this t city the free deliveryof deliveryofmail mail to toal toall
al all a ta fl the thehomes homes in Pensacola Pensa ola Let it itcome Itcome
come c the sooner the better betterEAST betterEAST
EAST HILL HILLMANY HILLMANV
MANY TAXPAYERS WANT yANTBOARD ANT j jBOARD
BOARD OF WO WORKS K TO ACT ACTEditor AJTEditor
Editor Pensacola Journal JournalThe JournalThe JournalThe
The Board of Public Works are areagain ar aragain
again respectfully requested to take takesome
some action on a petition that has hasfcard ba babeen
been on file in their eir office for somel Eomc
months tbconnect to connect by a clay road thc thcird
fcard t1 rd roads roadso of the city with the Stod Stoddart Stoddart Stoddart
dart drives driv s all about Bayou Texar TexarThis TexarTblscan TexarT
This Tblscan T ls can can be done with very little Uttlee littleexpense Httl
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expense e pense by b putting a good layer of ofclay ofcl o t
clay cl d y on n Lake l4kei view w avenuejfrom avg ueJromTwe1fth ueJromTwe1fthvenue10 Twelfth Twelfthavenue Twelitienue i
avenue venue10 enue to Nineteenth Nlneteenthavenue avenue Hun Hunireds
Qredso ireds of teams every day d yandman and many manypedestrians man
pedestrians estritins wade through this half halfmlc hat hatmile r
mile of sand in norder order tp reach the theStoddart th thI
Stoddart drives and the he beautiful beautifulTexar beautifulTex beautifuTer I
Texar TexarWhen Tex TerWhen r rWhen
When it is considered that the clay claybanks claybanks cla clabanks
banks are only a a < quarter of a mile milefrom milefrom mi1
from the much needed need d improvement improvementand t
and and that the workcan work n Be oon aone dbne with a afew
few days work with the city teams teamsthe teamsthe 1
the many subscribers to that thatpetitiou thatpetitiouwoud petition petitionwould petltloiwould Li
would again ask that this much need needed needed 1 1S ¬
ed work wort be done don and anddone done with as aslittle a aIIttle S
little delay as possible possibleMAN possibleMANY
MAN MANYTAXPAYERS MANYTAXPAYERSLet TAX PAYERS PAYERSLet PAYERSLet
Let Us tJ Have a Free Clinic ClinicEditor ClinIcEdItor
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Editor Pensacola Journal JournalFrom JournalFrom
From almost any point of view you youmay youmay yoi a
may adopt the establishment of a afree afree 5
free clinic would tend to lighten thebur the theburden th thburoen e
burden bur en of the lower class That is isthe isthe h hthe
the class which is at the t e lowest strata strataof a
of the social system s stem Society Soclet engen engenders engenders engerders L aL ¬
ders fcertain frightful evils of which whichnot whichE 11 11t
not E tHeleast t1i least l ast tobe to be considered is the thestruggle thcstruggle lii 0
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struggle which the poor worthy or orunworthy orunworthy o r
unworthy ignorant or wise have to toobtain toobta t tobtain 0
obtain obta n the wherewithal to continue continuetheir continueth e etheir
their th ir existence existenceIt
It may be as s the Buddhist thinks thinksthat thinksthat thinktbat
that The he highest and noblest aim lm in inlife inlife I Ilife
life is to cease c ase to exist Whether Whetherthis Whetherthis Wbethcthis
this be phliosophicai or not the fact factremains factr fac t tre
remains r re maJns that the average man avoids avoidsas av avoid avoidas rd rdas
as long as possible the ultimate end endof endot en enof
of all And even yen then is casts a bet better better be beter ¬
ter reflection upon the social commu community community comminity ¬ 5care
nity in which he lived if he has some somecare somecare soni
care and attention until the end endIs It ItIs ItIs
Is true justice often miscarries and andthat an anthat anthat
that charity Is often misplaced but butit butIt bt btIt
it Is far far better that a dozen un undeserving undc u udeservin ¬
deserving dc deservin ervh g should hould4e be allowed to impose imposeupon imposepon Impo Impoupon
upon pon a charitable organization that thatone thatone th thOne
one may be benefitted than that one oneshould oneshould on onshouI
should shouI be allowed to suffer and per perhaps perhaps pe pehaps ¬
haps die to prevent the imposition impositionIt
It is better while we are in the theworld theworld tl tlworld
world tp try and do a little l1tt1egoo good goodbe goodbenot best bestnot bestnot
not to be always on guard against be being being h e eing ¬
ing duped dupedbetter better still to give givewbat givewbatou what whatyou wii wiiyou
you ou can to help those who cannot cann t help he p
themselves themselvesWhen themselvesI themselvesWhen
I When Whcnan an individual Is stricken with withone withone wit h hI2
one I2 of otthe 0 the innumerable diseases which whichprey whichprey whic AL ALprey
prey upon the lives and health of men mciwould
It would savor somewhat of that most mostrare mostrare mo morare
rare Christian virtue known as char cbs r ¬
ity were he providedVith provided witheertain certain ne necessities necessities n e ecessities ¬
cessities which whf h in his debilitated con conI co a af ¬
I f ditlon he cannot cannot1osslbly possibly provide for forJ f r rihmseLf r
hImself hImselfI
I The force of things Is unquestion unquestionably un question questionI n
I ably against certain c rtainpeople people The Thestruggle Thestruggle Ti C Cbt
struggle for existence is a hard fight fightat figbtat figi figiat bt t
at the best Probably few fewpe people ple re realize r C Calize
I alize that 5 per cent of all who are a e
I born die d1 before the age of five ve Why Whi I
J Because society S oc etyb Is blind and deaf to L Lthe j
the sufferings of those with whom w1 om it itI t
j does not nobmlngle nobmlngleThe mingle mingleThe mingleThe
I The free clinic
alone would be en e n
tirely matfequate to provide for all the thetion ti ie
I Iwants wantsothe of the pauper side but it iscer is CE r
I I tainlyamovement tafnly a movement in the riltdirec right dire
I tion The actuating motive of those thosewho lhoi se sewho
who Who conceived the th idea ide
a Is beyo beyond d re reo reoproach21d x e epreach
I preach proach21d and the ultimate esd which Is Ispresnma is Ispresumably
presumably presnma y the establishment of a
I charity hospital cannot be considered consideredj co consIder i4er d dthan
j other than commendable commendableThe commendablTile
j The city of o Pensacola is in sore soreneed soreneed so r rneed
need of the h he clinic clinicno now = and an in tha th ti
ourse urse s br of > a very y ryfew few years ears will be bea63y beaOi >
aOi In bineedofacharlt Ii need ofa of a charity hospital an amjistltetlon annstIttioii
jistltetlon where w r8IaIi 1t all who a are in toieed Ineed
ieed of otmedlcil medical I or or orsnrgical surgical snmcaladv1 advice e or orTeatment orreatment
Teatment can Ca Secure se reltfor it for the aere aereisklng m ere ereskln rEf I
isklng skln The statlstlaTn liIi would then thene hen
e able abl to toregfster register a gradual gndlI decliaen d decliae dejUCn e
n the themortallty mortality list 11stand and the moralist moralistBirould
Id mark a a JSealthy Jiealthypr progressive 0 gr es j
toward the Utopia of t hisl his
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OF OFTHesTATEMPERS THESTATE PAPERS PAPERSA I
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A Prosperous rospe us Editor EditorSeveral I j
Several weeks we ks ago the Advertiser Advertiseroffered Advertiseroffered
offered to take tBkethree three hens hensortw or twdnens twdnensand two hens hensanda
and anda a rooster ioost r for a years subscrlp subscrlphead subScrlption
tion The Theeditor edUornowQwns now owns s seventeen ve1 teen teenheadot
headot head of chickens andhas and has breakfast ireakfastevery br akfast akfasteverymomlng
every everymomlng mornIng as soon as the hens henslay henslayZOlpo
lay layZOlpo Zolpo Advertiser AdV trt1ser j jWhat
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What Grover Thinks ThinksMr j jMr
Mr Grover Cleveland Is opposej opl5Ose to towomen towomen
women clubs He probably prob bly things a awomans awomans
womans place is I at home Caring for forthe fort
the thechi1dren children while the father f thergoes thergoesfishlngP goes goesfishing
fishing fishlngP fishlugPerry Perry rry Herald i I IJaspers
Jaspers Fire Alarm AlarmA S I j
A bill pending before tbeJeglslatnro tbeJeglslatnroproh1bitlng the legislature legislatureprohibiting
prohibiting the th discharge of firearms firearmsafter firearmsfter
after night if J passedand I I ed made a law lawwould lawoud J Jwowd I
would w oud be a good one in one ones sense ns of ofthe ofthewOrdra5
the thewOrdra5 th ths thj e word as It ftw wauld < iuld do away with so sosuch sosuch
such s devilment de Ument among am ng the class of ofboys ofboys
boys j 5 who wh delight 11 iu firing firingofrtlieir firingofrtlieirpIstols off their theirtowns
p pIstols istols but It would play i1avoc iavoc with I I
towns to tom top wns like Jasper asp r tn that t have h ie no no other othermeans th r i I
means m eans of giving givl11 the fire alarm alarmJas alarmJaslier
per p er News NewsFloricf j jFloridaWay
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FloridaWay Floricf Iorida Way Ahead AheadWhen AleadWhen
When a Florida man has been teenmunching beenmunching
munching m roasting ears for three threeweeks threeweeks
weeks w eeks it makes him smile to o see In a anorthern anorthern aorthern
northern n paper a statement stateIQ nf that If it itturns Iturns I Iturns
turns t urns warmer corn planting will be begin begin bein ¬
gin g in next week Reports from omrural omruralcorre1 rural ruralcorrespondents ruralorrespondents
correspondents corre1 c > Ondents iii Iowa that potatoes potatoesare
are a re coining comIn up are this rolsyear year a little littlelater Iltt littleater e elater
later l than the beginning of carload carloadshipments carloMehlpments carloadhipments
shipments s st fromF fromForida from Fiorida orida of the matured maturedtubers maturedtubers maturedubers
tubers t Just about time the Florida Floridamarkets Floridamarkets Floridaarkets
markets m are filled Hee with frying size sizechickens alzechIcken sizehickens
chickens c the the1t hens about aboutChcago utChlcago Chicago and
St S t Paul are opening the spring sjrin season seasonwith I Iwith
with an occasional egg Florida Fl rld Is s the theplace theplace theS I
place p lace to toIive live all the t e year around aroundTampa aroundTampaTimes S
Tampa TampaTimes T ampa Times TimesAn
An AnOpposttlori A n Opposition Opinion OpinionTrhe S I
The suggestion that the th state go gointo go1nto gonto
into i nto the life insurance business is isvery jsvery
very v ery good if it could beiconducted be conducte on onentirely onentlr
entirely entlr e ly business principles politics politicskept polttlcskept
kept k ept absolutely out of it which woulJ wouldbe woulJbe
be b e impossible It I would open up a anumber anumber
number n of fine salaried offices ffic s and a ascramble a ascramble ncramble
scramble s would ensue for these offi ofiices offices ¬
ces c es and constant wirepulling wlreptlllingdone done to tohold to1l0ld tcold
hold b old them For these reasons ressonsthe the theLegislature S SLegislature
Legislature is giving liVl g the matter little littleserious lttleserious
serious consideration conslderationDeI4nc1 > eLu > Ree Record Reerd ¬
ord ordNo o rd 5 5S 5No > >
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No o Raise In Insa Salary
The committee on oneducaUonorae oneducaUonoraeLegislat ieduc education tion of 0 the theLegislature
Legislature Legislat re has hasrevort reported 4 favorably1 favorahijloQ favorahijloQS thcL on onSenator orSenator L
Senator S nator Trammells FlammeUsbill bill requirfegr r the theteaching theteachfng th thearihing
teaching t of the el elementary mentary principles principlesof Jlrlnclplesofagrlcu1tJlrean 3 3of
of ofagrlcu1tJlrean agriculture and the elements of ofcivil ofcivil o r rcivil
civil government in all the common commonschools commonschoofs 1 1schools
schools of the state of Florida and to toprovide toprovide tc tcprovide
provide a penalty in case any county countyboard countyboard 1 1board
board of education falls faII to provide for forthe forthe fo r
the teaching of the same This will willnecessitate w11lnecessitate wilecessithte rI I
necessitate teachers to pass an ex examination examination examination ¬
amination upon these subjects making makingtheir makingtheir makinttheir
their duties more arduous but these theseis the the3Is e eis
is no provision for proportionate in increase Inrease Increase ¬
crease in their salary salaryGainesvIli Gainesvile GainesvileSun lnesvlle lnesvlleSWL 3 3Sun
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State Insurance InsuranceGovernor InsuranceGovernor
Governor Broward is hot after the thepassage thepassage th a apassage
passage of an insurance bill thatwill thatwillplace that I will willplae IL I
place the stat state In the business bus ness of In Insuring Insuring Insuring L ¬
suring lives The idea of the governor governorIs r rif
Is I to keepthe k epthe money now going goin goizigout out pt pttne > if f ft
t tne e state for insurance premiums at athome athome a t
home But would the passage of the thebill thebill th thI ae e
bill stay the outflow Scarcely Scar e1y Bus Bus1ness Buslness Busness I
ness men would still place their elr Insur Insurance Insurance ¬
ance where they place their confi confidence confidence coufdeuce L ¬
dence And they would not readily readilyplace readiltplace readil readilplace
place confidence In an insurance insurancescheme lnsurancescheme
scheme managed by politicians and andfarmers an nd d
farmers Sound life Insurance i surance belongs belongsto anS S
to the domain of f high and scientific scientificfinance sclenU sclenUfinancenot c1enUficfinancenot C
finance financenot not politics politl polltlcsPalatka PalatkaNews PalatkaNewsThe Palatka News NewsThe S
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The Journal Journ Printed PrintedDuring PrInfedDurInaAprlllSqs PrIhtcDuring I
During DurInaAprlllSqs DurInaAprlllSqsa April 19Q5 19Q5a 1905a
a Total Totlot Totlot127S5 of
127650 127650Copies 127S5Copies
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Or an n Average of of49O9
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The following figures show The ThePensacola ThePensacola TI TIPensacola te
Pensacola Journals circulation circul tIon for foreach foreach f feach
each day during them the month nt of April Apr prll
1905 with the average averagenumberof averagenumberofcopies number numbercopies of ofcopies
copies daily dailyApril dallYApril dailyApril
April 1 3000 5 April Al2ril16 16i 16 5000 5000April 5000April 50 10 10April
April 2 5500 April 17 17April 11April 17April
April 3 April 18 4700 4700April 4700April 47 O OApril
April 4 4900 April 19 4800 4800April 4800April 48 10 10April
April 5 4850 April 20 4800 4800April 48 D DApril
April 6 4800 April 21 4700 4700April 4700April 47 o oApril
April 7 4800 April 22 4700 4700April 4700April 47 30 30April
April 8 4800 8DO April 23 5000 5000April 5000April 5O O OApril
April 9 5200 > > 200 April 24 24April 24April
April 10 April 25 4600 4600April 4600April 461 o oApril
April 11 4800 April 26 4600 4600April 4600April 461 3 3Ap1
April 12 4800 April 27 5100 5100April 511 0 0April
April 13 4750 4l I7SP April AprU28 23 g 5100 51QApril I3 I3April
April 14 4700 April 29 5100 5100April 511 DO DOApril
April 15 150 4700 April AprjI3Q 3Q 5600 5600Total 5600Total 0 0Total
Total u 127650 127650Average 127650Average 1276 1276Average
Average Dally Circulation CirC IatIon 4909 4909I g 09 09I
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I hereby hereb certify that the theaboe theaboestatement above abovestatement aba abastatement
statement is correct according acCOrd lg to the therecords therecords ti e erecords
records oh on file in inthls thIs office officeHARRY otficeHARRY pce pceHAaRY
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The Pensacola Journal has discoy discoyered discoyeredthat djscoved
ered eredthat er ed that the thenegroes negroes of Peasacola Pensacolave
ve begun begunaboycott a boycott updn the street streetrailway streetrailWay streetilway
railway ra ilway In anticipation anti ipatlon of the enforce enforcement entorcment enforcent
ment w ent of f t tie e separation separ tlon lawwhlch law whlchwUl whlchwUlgointoetr will willgo willInto
go gointoetr wgo Into effect eff olJuly et July 1 The Journal Journallec lee leere ¬
re the negroes upon the foolish foolishness f foolIshss oUsh oUshneas ¬
ness ne neea ss of f such proceeding poeee 1ng as a boycott boycottn
ea eabo n have 1 ave 110clrett no effect eIrectthe the law la having havingen
bo bosi en passed by the legislature and andsigned andgned i isigned
signed si gned by the governor governorWe governorWe governorWe
We will advise The Journal that the theargument theargument thegument
argument ar Is wasted on the negroes negroeswho iegroesbo
v who 00 think or are arersuadedthat re persuaded p rs adedthat that they theyhave tbeyhav theyave
have hav h ave a grievance In every everYilty city where wherehas
has been found advisable to t sepa separate separate sepate ¬
rate ra te the he races tac ac s in hlthestreet the street cars the theexperience theeX1erienc theperience
experience ex has been the samel sam S9 The Thenegroes Thenegroesbacked ThEegroes
negroesbacked negroes n backed by the exhortations of ofsome ofsome ofme
some so me of their theirreUg1oi1s heix religious l leaders ders have haveInvariably haveinvariably
Invariably In > declared claredaboycottan a boycott andy he heroically herolcalIyabandoned ¬
roically rolcalIyabandoned lCally abandoned their greatest de delight delight dogbt ¬
light ll gbt L 1 e e11 riding ridingin in the cars but ut timeplays time timeplays timelays
plays p lays them a trick ck They discover discoverthat dIscoverthat discoverat
that th at walking Is not as amusing as it itIssaid Itis It2aid
Issaid is said iobe be and < that treddljng tr dlHJng a a bi bicycle blcycle ¬
cycle c through the sandy streets is no nojoke nojoke noke
joke jo ke Consequently they resort again againto againthe
to the street Sfre t ca c rsdindlng ifindlng to their sur surprise surprise stirrise ¬
prise p rise that the thesePiLr separation tIol1 law is acttF acttFally actaany actully
ally a lly a very fair provision giving them themrights < themghts < tem temrights
rights ri ghts equal equ l to the whites and an assur assuring asStlllngobservance assuig ¬
ing lngobservance lo g observance of them Then the theboycott theboycott theoycott
b boycott falls and the negroes patron patrone ¬
e the cars as before beforeAbout beforeAbout I
About two tw months time is neces necesax lecessary
sary s ax for torthlsconverslon this conversion from ignor ignorance Ignornce ¬
ance g nce For a while the company loses losesmoney 10S83money losesonoy
money n onoy but when whenthe the matter is adjust adjusted adJustd ¬
ed e ee d tie loss is made up by the Increas Increased Iucreased Increasd ¬
ed e d patronage of those whites who whowere whowere whoere
w were ere driven from tromthe the use of the cars carsy
by b y the promiscuous assembly formerly
to t o be found in the cars carsFLORIDA
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Jacksonville JacksonvUleretropciUs JacksonvUleretropciUsr Metropolis MetropolisBillff MetropolisBills
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Bills nave nave been intr h trOauced > auced In the theouse
house ho h ouse e and ndse senate atet to appropriate
12 25000 > > 000 fora for a Florida exhibit at the theercenteunfal
Tercentennial T Exposition at Jamerf Jamerftown Jaxnegown
town t own Va Inl9Q7 1n19Q7to to celebrate the first firsttelement firstestablishment firststablishment
establishment of an AngloSuon set setelement
telement t on on the continent continentThis contfnentThis contlnentThis
This Jamestown exposition Is to be boa bea besomewhat
a somewhat different affair aff lr from the thegeneral thegeneral theeneral
general g eneral run ot expositions for it is isto isto Iso
to t o have more o of an historical character characterof
of o 5f exhibits than thqnany any previous exposi exposition exposition exposiiOn ¬
tion t iOn although the horticultural min mineral mineral wineral ¬
eral and Industrial 1ndus rjallnterests interests of the the dif different diCferent di dierent ¬
ferent f states will be displayed displayedA
A new feature f ature is 10 be the atten attendance attendane attendance ¬
dance of foc o oign gu war vessels and andtroops andtroops androops
troops t roops 1J f being elBi anticipated antic pat d from favor favorableacivices
able ablea ableacivices advices ves received that full fully 100 100war
war ships from fro IDEuropean European Europo countries countriesbesides countrlesbesIdes S
besides several thousand foreign foreignI foreignroops
troops t cops will cv il Ill be ou hand handThe handThe
The state sta pt ft Virginia the mother motherof mot motherf er I
of f states WOfe is It JT moving spirit of this thisenterprise th1 th1enterprlsend thIsenterprise
enterprise enterprlsend 2n Fshe she has asappealed appealed to tothepatrlotbml Ic Icthe
the thepatrlotbml patriotisml and sentiment of her hersister herlsteI betsister
sister lsteI states vto to ass assist it in this novel novelexposition novelexposition nove I IexposItion
exposition and so far has received receivedthe rec lvcd lvcdthe 1ve 1vethe
the moat m t encouraging en ur fngasSuranceSr assurances The TheUnited rheUnited Fhc FhcUnited
United States St tes government has s also alsopromised alsoprot aia aiapromised
promised prot lIsed slibstantlal s bs a 1t1a1 assistance Flor Florida FlorIda FlorIda ¬
ida isone Is one of the t richest states in npoIDt npoIDtor point pointof t thistoia1sscfcIatfan
of histoflcaTa hlst histoia1sscfcIatfan flCaiss sdcIatfon and this state stateshould stateshould stathonld
should certainly be represented repres nted at atJamestown 1tJamestown ai aiJamestown
Jamestown as it could make a splen splendid splendid splenp ¬
did showing in this line also Every Everybody p
body in Florida regretted the fact that th thaIlorIda t
Florld lorIda was not officially represented
at the St Louis Exposition for It is Isgenerally h hgenerally
generally con conqeded eded that an exhibit i or ora o oa
a states state resources at tsucil suca an exposi exposition expositlon exposition ¬
tion brought most benetlclalresults benetlclalresultsThe beneficial results resultsThe resultsJamestown
The Jamestown Exposition promises to tobe tobe t tbe
be a very largely attended affair anJ anJthe anlthe an anthe
the great and nd growingstate growIng state of Florida Floridawith Florl FlorIdawith a awith
with its is wonderful and varied
resour resources resoure5 resources ¬
ces e5 should be represented there and andthe andtheMetropoUs ani i ithe
the theMetropoUs Metropolis believes its voices pub1 pub1lie pub publIc publie
lie sntiment jn Florida when it l urges urgesthat urgesthat urguthat i iencourageinent
that the legislature give jsubstantial jsubstantialencouragement 6Ubstantlalencouragement
encouragement to tie proposition by byappropriating b bappropriating bappropriating
appropriating a sufficient amount of ofmoney ofmoney o i
money to have Florida placed side by byside byside b bside
side with the other states in the th union unionIt unlorwill
It will be a splendid advertisement advertisementi
i that t at will Wl11brinS bring a good return relurntor for thd thdmoney thomoneyspent iii 5 5mn
I money moneyspent moneyspentPla7ecl mn spent spentPlayed a aPlayed
Played m WktflePIeued WktflePIeuedHenry Tbat t He Hep Pleased PleasedHenry eaad eaadHenry
Henry Smart the English composer composerplayed composerplayed composerplayed
played a fine organ in Ina a London church churchand churchand churchand
and his recital after service attracted attractedmuch attractedmuch attractecmuch
much attention nttentlonBut But one morning aft after after ¬
er a selection from one of MOzartsmnssesa Mozarts Mozartsmasses S
masses a church warden came Into the theorgan theorgan thi thiorgan e
organ loft and begged to Inform Mr MrSmart MrSmart MtSmart
Smart that they had decided that they theycould theyould the thecould
could not have havesuch such JIggy stuff stuI played playedIn pIayeIn
In their church churchVery churchVery
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shall be altered altereoVNest alteredNe3t alteredNext
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congratulated congr tul tedth the player on thesol thesolemn the Sol Solem so soemn ¬
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Mr Smart Doubtless It I play It Itlittle a alittle aIIttle
little quicker n1ck r you will lee see the reason reasontrhy reasonwhy reaso reasowhy
why it Itaftected affected artectedyou you And suiting the theaction theactlon fit fitllCtlOfl
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For Mayor MayorI
I i hereby he announce a no ncemy my candldacj
for l f or r Mayor aJor of Pensacola The voie ote o oevery overy
every e eth citizen will te appreciated at ate
1ge the th e city election June J e 6 6CHARLESH 6CHARLESH 6CHARL
CHARLESH CHARL H WELLS WELLSFORMAYOR WELLSFOfLMAYOR WELLSFOMAYOR
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FORMAYOR FORMAYORI FOfLMAYOR FOfLMAYORfa
I fa arioance JnIlce myself m s l asa as a candidate candidatior
for f or office of Mayor atelectlon at election to be beacid b iteld
acid h eld June une Gth
5 RIX lUX1ILROBLSO lUX1ILROBLSOFOR 2L ROBINSON ROBINSONFOR
S FOR MAYOR MAYORThe MAYORThe MAYORThe
4 The friends of t 0 I L Shine S une announce
him h im as a candidate aI dldate tor mayor at tie tiecity Clfclt th
city n clt it election electfonJnne June 6 and they th y ask the th thupport
supportof snpport s ot all allvoters voters on that date dateFOR dateFOR dateFOR
FOR CiTY CITY TAX TAX COLLECTORr
11i 1 aereby reby b1 announce myself mys lf as a can
didatJe dJda d Idat forreelection to the office of
tax t ax collector of the city of Pensacola Pensacolaand Pensa Pensaeoand oa oaaDd
and a nd 5ask ask the support of all voters at
the city election electionNEILS elecU electionS n nNEILS
S NEILS McK OERTING OERTINGFOR OERTINGFOR OERTINGFOR
FOR CITY TREASURER
I iereby ereby announce myself a candi ¬
date fOr t rC1tr City Treasurer Tre surer In the city cft cftelection
election of June 6 1905 1905MANSFIELD 190 190MANSFIELD 1905S
S MANSFIELD 2IORENO 2IORENOFcr UORENOFcr lORENOFcr
Fcr City Marshal M1r Mrha1I = hal halI
I I hereby herebyannoun announce e that I am a can ¬
didate for fo City Marshal at the elec ¬
tion to be b teld June6 June S 1905 19O I Ispeetfully re ¬
spectfully ask the support of all
voters vote FRANK WILDS WILDSFor WILDForclty WILDEFor
For Forclty City Treasurer
I hereby mnocnce myselc as a can ¬
didate dIdatefor for reelection to the office ot
City Treasurer and ask the support ot otall 01all 0 0all
all voters at the cty election to be
held June June6th 6th
= JOS JO I JOHNSON JOHNSONFOR JOHNSONFOft JOHNSONFOR
FOR FIRE CHIEF CHIEFI
I hereby announce myself a candi ¬
date for fortleoffice the office of chief of the fire
department at atthe the election of June 6 6and 6and 6and
and respectfully askyour a2k your support supportJOHN supportJOHN supportJQHN
JOHN BAKER BAKERFOR BAKERFOR BAKERFOR
FOR FIRE CHIEF CHIEFI
I hereby announce a myself as a can ¬
didate for forchiet chief of the fire fir department departmentand
and will ap appreciate recllfe the support of the thevoters theToters thevoters
voters in the election or June 61903 61903W 6 1905 1905W 1905I
I W R RBICKER B5 BICKER JR JRFOR YRFOR
1
FOR FIRE CHIEF CHIEFI CkIEFI
I hereby announce my canddacy for forchief forchl forchIef
chief chl fof of the fire department of Pensa Pensacola PensacolaIn Pensacola ¬
cola colaIn in the city fty election of o June G
1905 JAS C CLARKE CLARKEFOR CLARKEFOR CLARKEFORFIRE
FOR FORFIRE FIRE CHIEF CHIEFI
I i hereby announce myself a candi candidate candIdate ¬
date for reelection to the office of ofChief ofChIef
Chief of the Fire Department Dep rtment election
June 6 1905 and respectfully solicit solicitthe solicItthe solicItthe
the support of all my friends friendsJ
J GEO WHITE JR JRFOR JRFOR JRFOR
FOR ALDERMAN PRECINCT 13 13I 13Iherehy 13I
Iherehy I hereby announce that I Trill m be a acandidate aCandidate acandidate
candidate for reelection to the office officeof officeof officeof
of precinct alderman from Precinct
No 13 at taexclty t the e city election 1 In June Juneand Juneand Juneand
and ask the suffrage of the voters votersO
O M PRYOR PRYORFor PRYORFor PRYORFor
For Alderman Precinct 12 12I 12I 12I
I hereby announce myself as a can candidate candIdat ¬
didate for reelection as alderman at atlarge atlarge atlare
large from fromPrecin Precinct tNo No 12 at the thecity thccity
city election el elctIon ction to be held In June and andask andask andask
ask the th support of the voters In the theCity thecity thecity
City W V i j LMOYER LMOYERDAILYSCHEDULE MOYER MOYERDAILY
DAILY DAILYSCHEDULE DAILYSCHEDULEFor SCHEDULE SCHEDULEFor
For Steam VIvslonPENSACOLA Division DivisionPENSACOLA DivisIonPENSACOLA
PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TERMINAL TERMINALRAILWAY TERMINALRAILWAY TERMINALS
S RAILWAY CO COTrains COTrains COTrains
Trains leave eavePEnsacola Pensacola tor the Little LittlaBayou LittleBayon LittleBayou
Bayou BigTBayou Warrington WarringtonNavy Warrington1avy WarringtonNavy
Navy Yard and Fort FortBarrancas FortBarrancasat FortBarrancas
Barrancas Barrancasat715am at at715am at715am
715am ar Ft Barrancas 735ata 735ataS50am 735am550am 735arz950am
S50am ar Ft Barrancas 1030am 1030am1250pm 1030am1250pm 1O3Oanr1250pm
1250pm ar FtBarraneas Ft Barrancas l30pm l30pm350pm 13Opnt35Opn
3 350pm Opm ar arFt Ft Barrancas 430pm 450pm615pm 430pm615pm 430pm615pm
615pm ar Ft Barrancas 700pm 700pm8IOpm 700pm810pm 700pm8Ioprn
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Saturdays only onlyTrains onlyTrains oniyTrains
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Pensacola at at8OOm
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1100am ar Pensacola 1140am 1140am200pm 1140am200pm U40am200pm
200pm ar arPensacol Pensacola 240pm 240pm5l 240pm516pm 240pm516pm
5l 516pm pm ar a Pensacola 555pm 555pai700pm 555pm700pm 0 0700pm
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900pm ar arPensacola Pensacola 945pra 945praSUNDAY 945pmSUNDAY 45pm 45pmSUNDAY
SUNDAY SCHEDULE SCHEDULEElectric SCHEDULEElectric SCHEDULEElectric
Electric car will leave Pensacola Pensacolaevery Pensacoaevery Pensacolaevery
every hour from 6 63 a m to 10 p m minclusive minclusIve minclusive
inclusive and Saturday night only at
11 p m and leave Bib Bayou for forPensacola forPensacola forPensacola
Pensacola every hour at t 730 830 830and 830and 830and
and so on until 1030 p m with the theexception roeexc theexception
exception exc ption of the first 1irstcar car leaving Pea Peasacola Pensacola Peasacola
sacola at 6 < > a am mwhich ni which will on re returning returnIng returthig ¬
turning leave the Big Bayou at 620 620a
a m and the 2 p m mcar car will leave leaveBig leaveBig leaveBig
Big Bayou yoU at 240 p pm pmThe mThe m rnThe
The above is the week day scheduie schedulewhich scheduiewhich scheduiewhich
which will begin Friday April 15 15Electric 15Electric 15Electric
Electric car will leave Pensacola it
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1250150 1250 150 250 2i 350 450 50 550 650 650S
8 9 and 10 10p p m Inrunnlng running through throu to tothe tothe tothe
the Big Bayou and Immediately re returning returning returning ¬
turning from Big BI Bayou Bay uto to Palmetto PalmettoBeach Palmettoeach PalmettoBeacli
Beach will await arrival of f steam steamtrain steamtrain steamtrain
train from Pensacola and will then thenrua thenrun thenp
run p to Pensacola ahead aheadof of the th trail trailfrom traufrom traLifrom
from Fort Barrancas BarrancaslThe BarrancasThe BarrancasThe
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m for Mobile Ala AlaLeave AlaLeave AlaLeave
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