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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNINGOCTOBER M MORNING OK N I N G OCTOB OCTOBER ER 1 101 10 0 1905 PAGE THRES THftESOf
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erlr a nurse at 8t Streturned lathasiys s bospltd bospltdreturned a areturae4
returned to the dty dt Mat vsght 1d t aad aMit aadwill
will it 1 assist t in nutateg 111IIIII the ueIJt rettow isvmpatents fever feverpatient
patient IJt ien te Pensaoola PensaoolaThe Pea Peabe
The be majy fteads of Mrs Mrsof AaIo AaIoof Aasoss Aasossof
of North AI Hyj street who wb he has hassick hafjck be besick
sick with i t e yellow fever Ie + cr for ser 8eref sevrral r ra
al a J days will 111 he I e pleased In seM to team that thatwas tutbhl thatbhe
bhl was muca improv a yesterday yesterdayIt
If yoa have set aeWe twentyfive twentyfivedollars tWeDta tWeDtadoHars lwe itvAve itvAvedoilars
dollars for the parches oi twentyfive twentyfivelittie
little thin tJatUf at the stoie atoneswand and it t by bydevotiag bydevo bydevotlag
devotiag devo 8J tn boar to the adx ad you can canfive eanR dxas
R five dollars Olw of tbs approvrla appropriation appro rla rlaton
tion teal It worth whfl whflThirtythree wbllTbtrtyt ll llTbtrtyuree
Thirtythree Tbtrtyt rep defendant were be before before beErne ¬
fore the rt recorder in the municipal municipalcourt
court < yesterday morning monaf for trial trlaJj j i
Of this mnatwr five > e fcvdaats were wereiOM I IrchqG4 ic1trchargrd
rchqG4 < OM ease a cofttined cosUae4 cosUae4tines and andamoaaUn andInes
tines tmpord laapo J amoaaUn I t to iei ieiCharles ltlChari 141Cbarles
Charles Chari i Tall U w who > to has held the pn pnof P PIt pnc
c It ion of c rbirf Ib rln E alert to Yardmaiter Yardmaiterot I
RH1clile It ot the e 1 L A N fur the piE Pittthree piEjbree I IhTeE
jbree three yean itraignai ls J I resignM resl M that posi position POSi1 POSi1r ¬
7 r ton to av a csi it t one with tbe tyro of i JI iB Il
B I Roberta ft Co o as asA brll brokkeepe keepe iA i iA
A very hnportairt meeting me of the Bs JDIambla lrlscambia Bscambia
cambia County Xedical Society will willbt willbt willb
bt b held tonight te the rooms of the thesociety tbe8octet thesociety
society The meeting will be called calledto
to order at 8 otloek o tock 1 < Kt and all phyai physicians ¬ i iclans iClans
clans are urgently requested to be bepresent bepresent
present presentThe preoeDtThe presentThe I
The fishing n schooner Kwasind of ofthe otth ofthe
the th > fleet of Sts Ssnaden ders ft Co entered enteredport eu enth c4d c4dport ed edport
port yeste day ar fter beiu beg out for sev1 ier1 tet i
eral era weeks bringtea 1C t > only on a email sm smalle l1l j jcatch
catch e tch of sncppers 1lc lftL The vessel ex experieneed eXI eXIrieaeed esperieaeed
perieneed rieaeed cs ceetdingly ECfIil4lbaI e < dlngly rough wattur watturon wst eer eeron II r I In
on n the gitt during 1llba < < her e entire tripbut trip tripbut I
but reeeh received Hole tt tie damage d I
Joseph Santo is In receipt of a let letis letftj
is ftj t from Jeff McSwain who withMlie with withA11 wtJtA
Mlie A11 A I1il it tUera is peadlng several weeks weeksat
at Ganders Bayou enjoying eaJo D < < fishing fishingand Ish Ishalld
and a hunt bnntlntt lag in that section Mr Mrle MrleS Mc McSwain 1C 1CSwaln ¬
Swain S atn writes that they have had ex exct mdlfnt exrtllent
ct rtllent lient luck fishing ftt hin < < and are having barln < < an anexceedingly aneXeedlaal anexeeedtagv
exceedingly good time attending severa1 sev several eYera ¬
eral era dances each week in n that neigh neighborhood neighborb004 neighborbood ¬
borhood He adds that they have the theskin theskba theakin
skin of a s sir > r foot rattlesnake which whichth whichthey
th they y kffled k Monday Y tad 4 wateh he < > will willbring W 1 1brine
bring home when Ma be returns returnsIf Nt NtU
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Writes rite S of Yellow Fever Epi Epidemics Epioemics ih ¬
demics emit s of Former Years YearsEditor YearsJWJtor YearsEdltAC
Editor Pensaeola Journal JournalIt
It was with footfngi Ie fp of 0 deep doerthat regret regretthat et ettIuIt
that I leaned a few weeks ago of the theTlsftatfcm theIdtatJoa theYWtatlon
Tlsftatfcm of yellow fever to jour roar beau beautiffed beaulilhal u
tiffed and pioapewus PI08I1 city cityA dQfew
A few years ago a p I was a resident and andpracticing andpractJeiq andpracticing
practicing physician of Penaacola Ia and andbaring andbarlq andbaying
baring barlq many friends there I feel that thatperhaps tbatper thatperhaps
perhaps per a few words from the store storehome Morehouse torehoue
home of knowledge wWce father by anold an anold anold
old practitioner wtaothe who has weathered weatheredthe
the storms of several sever epidemics epidemicsmay etll4 mlCIi mlCIimy cs csmay
may prove PIO acoa aeasptsbis table at atThe tilt tone toneThe e eThe
The great epidemic clemle of 1378 which whichswept whichswept Whichswept
swept over the southwest t with such suchdemonical suclacIemoaIeal eucltdemo
demonical demo ica1 fury load me established establishedin ItIbed ItIbedthe
in the practice of my profession in inCairo 1 1CaIIQ inCairo
Cairo 111 which place owing to its itapeculiarly itspeeuUarly itspeculiarly
peculiarly exposed position aad at lilttIaat oatthat < atthat
that time imperfect sanitary eoneftion eoneftionkwas eone1Uonwu
kwas wu pteoed at the mercy f the pesti peattleaoex pestilence pe ti tiI8tee ¬
lence lenceOt I8teeOf
leaoex
Ot coarae at thte ttae the mo moajtdto JDOfiIIJUIto moequito
quito theory was WUuow + mkaowa tad the thefever theenI heever
fever ever being pronoamed II II epidemic mtc early earlyin earl earlIIp8t
in August raped rage with unabated furyWtmL furyuntil fury furyuntil
until WtmL frost i
wnrPaDie WiQ Panic EeededAs Enewad EnewadAsia Enetteduaalua
As Asia Is usual uaalua In s aNtc 4Hiec tttees of disaster disasterthe
the wildcat panic among the u popuht popuhttton popuJatJoa populatea
tea awed ed and a > iMtay r y reWnt r t pbgakcbtns phjv phjvteteas PItTjoiaed
teteas joiaed In the ger preral ral exodus exodaetearing ex exJealiq exodusleaving
tearing only three IrM physicians to adnIu1ater ad admister adabWJter
mister atedieai medIo µ aid to a remaining remainingpopulation rema1Jl1arpopalatlo rema1aingpopulation
population of about ate thousand sonte sonteI Is IsI
I was the only Homeopathic 1IomeoI < < nc physician physi physician phystdaD ¬
cian in the city and being bel familiar familiarwith fID familiarwith 1ar 1arwith
with the disease boa fiu t experience gain gala0d gained ptntOIWeI ¬
ed in former epidemics In Memphis Memphisand
and other points south buckled buckJedon m my myarmour myanuoar myarmour
armour aad aedeMered aac red the fight with as assurance asRraace aesurasoe ¬
surance of stwoeaa stwoeaaHow suooees suooeesHow ee eeHow
How many casoc ee I treated during duringthis duringtht duringthis
tht this time I do not know as calls came camein cameba cameIn
in such rapid sooceaaion oce day o II y and lid n nthat night nightthat nlChtthat
that it was difficult dt leult to keep jt strictBird strict tiet tietqrd rfec rfeccrd
Bird However the record which I Ikept Ikept I
kept showed Chat out of 205 06 oases there therewere j jwere
were bat three deaths deathsIt iIt I IIt
It ahonld lei he impressed hnpre ed upon the themind themtndbowever II IImlD4
mtndbowever mind however 1aow et that the theia1l h aaraiac dac of ayellow a ayellow ayellow
yellow fever patient ut te tatite tie moils J t in important inpprtant 1mportaDt >
pprtant part of the APt and a physi1 physi1cian hysI1ciaa I Iclan
clan who has not the hearty Rtr coopera ooeperotlon cooperation ooop Ia Iatknl ¬
tion of a good OOd and ot obedient edt nurse can canwell canwell
well throw up his hands fat despair despairand
and pitch his medicine out of the tit win window wI wIdow wigdoe
dow
Die Fram F Fright FrightI
I am free to declare that were It not notfor ROtfor notfor
for the panic and fear which wJ ak the mention men mention meatJOIl ¬
tion of yellow fever t fev c oavsea and had hadthe ha4the hadthe
the overworked physicians the assist assistance assistance tat tatanee ¬
ance of good nurses and 4 the oeopera oeoperation 4 oe > > OP opera operatic I Itloa
tic of ettisena J IIa h exterminating the themosquito tMmosquito themosqulto
mosquito that an oktbi outbreak ttn ak of ort offever yellow yellowfever
fever t ver would care no more amen than thana I Ia
a prevalence of malarial fevar amt ad adfurther Tfurther t tfurtber
further assert that ntnetenth nlne tenihs of ofthose 1Xthose ofthose
those who yield up their lives during duringa
a scourge of yellow u w fever die from fromfright fNmfright fmmfright
fright or improper nursing nlRa OftID1mIe OftID1mIetht Of oourae aonrsethe oouraethf
the > immediate Im late attention atteau of a physi physician Iqstclan kysiclan ¬
clan is necessary aa medication ueatIoa of l the thepatient t thepatient e epatient
patient during the ft first st twelve hours hoursof hoursof
of the disease dl eue is highly important importantIf
If you OU will permit me I will JrU1I1Te give a afew af afew
few f > w suggestions which will prove provegreatly provegreatly
I Igreatb
greatly beneftdal pending the arrival arrivalof
of the doctor doctorWhen doctorWllea doctorWhen
When a person is s attacked at e4 with yel yellow yellow yellow ¬
low fever it Is generally l sadden dden although al although although ¬
though the patkttt may have complain complained
ed of general p erat depression IIepre eIoa bodily and andmentally andmel andmentally
mentally mel talty for several eral days preceding precedingthe preeecunthe
the attack the greater number of ofwhich ofwblda ofwhich
which occur between the hours of oftwelve oft oftwelve
twelve t wee and six oclock in the moraine
I A chili is gsfterally 1 1ty the first symp symptorn Smp Smprom sympt
t torn tnmin In some persons IIIdOa a hard nt shaking shakingchill shakinghill ktac
I chill < in others other only b a chilly eh ly sensation sensationThis SeasatlonTbis
1 This symptom to followed as usvaity sily by bya y yTioleat
a violent headache head s be with temperature temperaturenaming teaperatarennmbaC temperaturerunning
naming high h1 < < h and a feeling of extreme extremelassitude ctreme1t1Ide extremelassitude
lassitude 1t1Ide especially in the Umbe and aadextremities andextremities ad adI
extremities pain in the back and aadback andback ad adI
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I back of 0 the node JI ek sometimes exeradat exerutdatling exeradating ctat ctatIne
ling ingThe
The eyes are faatsaaat r rs1t1ye tail < < very sen masitlve sensitive ¬
sitive to the light t dies ea Is also a dull dullpain chillpain dullpsin
pain te the ere halt as aa a a hot Htof dryness dryneasof
of the lids lidsThe UdLTIR lidsThe
The bed where + e the patle patient t te to be beahonld be4Iboa1d beshould
should acrupsAoaaly clean i in thematter the thematter thetter
matter tter of bed linen also me patients patientsnight patientsnight MtdeotsnlPt
night clothes aa in my opinion Jje Jjeslightest Aet ae aeslightest
t slightest chance made of the clothing clothingor
or bed linen under a period of fire ye or oralx orm orsix
six days te very dangerous dangerousIf dutero duteroIf
If you have chansjsM nothing uot tac until untilthe 1IDt11tile untilthe
the slight moisture which usually fol toltoWII folpws follow ¬
low the chill do not do ao 0 now as the thesHsjhtest theslt
slt sHsjhtest tea exposure ex to the sir ouusac u1t theperpiratloa the theperspiration theperspIratIoa
perspiration to instantly instantlyPrelimhtary casts castsPrcilnludwy eMeprcllmMwy
Prelimhtary Tctatment TctatmentAt
At the outset out o of th ti > b disease 111 the old oldfashioned oIdfaslalaHd oldfashioned
fashioned musts ID mustard tootbath ° i bath will U be befound bet01lD4 befoun4
found very yel good also IO a drink of hot hotlemonade DotIt hotemonade
lemonade It te well to induce JlaJaeea a gentle gentleperspiration gentleperapiratIon tie tieprer
perspiration prer plraUoR and ad to keep the patient patientwell PMi petientwell ftt fttwell
well but lightly covered covereddo do not sweat sweathim sweathim sweathim
him 4 tI tI8boaId
Should the patient become beoolMe4 aaosstft aaosstfted
ed and vomit vo n1t frequently place cloths clothswrong clothswrung
wrong out of ice l e water wat on the stomach stomachcovering Mo iach iachuwertng h hCOfriac
covering them closely cl with ith a soft flanael flan flannel ¬
ael cloth renewing them as often asthe as asthe asthe
the application becomes warm warmI rm
I have found when en symptoms of ofblack ofbleek ofblack
black vomit appear ftppelSuch such as hiccough hiccoughaad i ian4 I Iand
and the expelling t pell ing from the stomach of a asour i iBOOT i1IOUr
BOOT glary ary musrfons flecked with with1brown wtt1tbroW1l withbrown
brown that a poltice polU made by spread spread1me spreadtat i ihur
me cornmeal mush m h on a cloth aBel aadispfaklns andsplnkne i iRphkn
spfaklns It thickly with powdered powderedwillow poWderedmo powderedwidow
willow mo charcoal Is vt ver v r effeetive et N The Thepoultice Thepoulti Thepoultice
poultice < f should be first placed on OIlb a ablock ablock
block b k of ir i lee and made thoroughly thoroughlycold
cold < theft applycd appIy ed < d to the tJaecbar stomach stomachcharcoal stomachcharcoa
charcoal cbar < Oa side idt down Another Aao aer poltice polticeshould poItlce8I golticeshould
should 8I Ilel be made to take the place of ofthis ofthis i ithts
this one as a soon as it becomes heated heatedThese ieatsdThese aW4 aW4TheM
These are oldfashioned ol home genie geniedies remej remejdies j jdies
dies and perhaps if read r ad by b one on who whohas W whohas i ihas
has just graduated and who is full of oCl I
I MAYOR OF FRANKFORT J KY KYTells KYTells KYTells
Tells What Vlnol Is Doing In the theSouth theSouth theSouth
SouthTo South SouthTo South4To
4To To Whom it May Concern Cooo rn For the thebenefit titebeneltt thebenefit
benefit of the people of Ponsaeota parmftme par parraft p3rIDIt
mftme raft me to any a f rw w words in the t e columns col colHfflRs col11m
HfflRs 11m of the Journal endorsing the thepeerfeSB theC thepeerIesa
C peerfeSB merits meri of that modern cod cadliver codHver c d dverol1JkepratIoa
liver verol1JkepratIoa oil preparation Vinol VinolFor VlnolFor VinolFor
For year I suffered from indiges indigestion JndlgestioR indigestloa ¬
tion stomach trouble and genera generaaarvoac gea8lalJt8lVOllS geaerainervous
nervous debility I had spent lots of ofmoney ofIDOR ofaroaey
money IDOR T with different doctors aDd aadtried aDdtried andtried
tried all kinds of medicines but with without withu without ¬
out u any beneftt whatever
MAYOR DARN1 DARNELL DARNELLSome LT LTSome
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Some of tbe city officials and prom promineat promlaent promanent
anent citizens here called my attentfoa atten attention llentJoIl ¬
tion to what Vinol had accomplished accomplishedfor accompI18hfor
for them and induced me to give it a atrial 8trial atriaL
trial L must confess that it certain certainworked certtdnworked certatny certatnyworked
worked wonders for me It was de dellcious deIlclous deliclous
llcious to take and did not upset my mystomach myatomach mystomach
stomach like old fashioned fa hionoo cod livor livorold liverbid
old and emulsion it gave me a hearty heartyappetite heartpvetite heartyappetite
appetite cured my stomach trouble troubleand troubleand troubleand
and strengthened and invigorated my myentire myenUre myentire
entire system S tem I wish every sick per person per110I1 perIon ¬
son in Pensacoia would try this great greatcod grelttOd greetcod
cod liver old preparation Vinol J JS JS JS
S Darnell Mayor of Frankfort Ky KyA KyA
A membor of the firm of W H White WhiteCo
A i Co our local druggists dru lst says Th Thabove T1aboYe Thu Thuabove
above letter is perfectly genuine and andwe andWe andwa
we endorse all Mayor Darnell lJ rneU says saysWe n8We saysWe
We guarantee Vinol to Increase the theappetke theI theappetite
I appetite cure stomach troubles re renew reonew renew ¬
new the t e vitality of the aged build up upthe upthe upthe
the run down tired and debilitated debilitatediake debilitatedmake debilitatedmake
make iake the weak strong rOJt cure chronic chroniccoughs obroniccouShs chroniccoughs
coughs or colds and build up the con convalescent CI1vaIescent cauvalescent ¬
valescent or we will return to the tbepurchaser t11eurcBuer thepurchaser
purchaser every dollar paid for Itw It ItW t tW
W H White Co Druggists Drosgistsscience Dr Druggistsaclenee sts stsI stsclenee
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science and theories but who hasnever has hasnever hasnever
never seen or administered to a case caseof caseof caseof
of yellow yelk > > w fever t ver or the young practi practitioner practttloner practitioner ¬
tioner who Is i wrestling with his first firstcases firstca firstcases
cases ca M of the dread ssd disease dl ease and who at atthe att atthe
the t e sight t of black vomit feels faint faintad faintand feintaad
and ill with a series serl of cold chills chillschasing chillsebaei j jdtlq
ebaei other down his i ithese
chasing each spine spinethese spinethese
these homely remedies may ma be put putdown putdown
down a as all bosh but they have been beentried beentried I 1 1trted
tried in the balance in times freighted freightedwith
with more danger than the present presentone pre ent entone
one and have not been found wanting wantingWith wantingWith i iWith
With the sincere IdnC re wish that the cloud eloudwhich cloudwhich j jw
which w lok your grand V and id old city ci is now nowtaller j j ju4er
under may ma soon Ir l rz aispelled and andtll thafj that thatthe t tth
the th sunshine of health and prosperity prosperitywill
will once more shine upon you youW yotlW youW I
W HMUAN4n HMUAN4nOasis H M RBAN i i D DOoala > 4 4Q
Oasis Q la Fla Oct 7SIk 7 7Stak i iSIck
SIck headache is cai caused eel hyva a disordared disor disordered ¬
dared d oondiUoa of the ftemaca wrack macll and andfcy an any an1g I
1g q y c cued by biel befalars befalarsa ns 1
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fcy td all raggiets rr rrr
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FRESH FRESfiLIMES FRESHLIMES FREsR FREsRLIMES =
LIMES 10 1 CENTSDOZEN CENTSvDOZENAT 1 1AT
AT ATWHITES 4 4WHITES 1 1WHITES
WHITES RESTAURANT RESTAURANTAND
AND ALSO ALSOCREAM ALSOCREAM i iCREAM
CREAM BREAD DAILY DAILYTHREE 1 1i1 j
i1 i1THREE nfj
THREE CARS OF DII I
COTTON lEFT lEFTTRACK LEFTTRACK
TRACK TRACKAs
As they Were Being Switched SwitchedWith SWitchedWith SwitchedWith
With Many Man Others to L LN LN LNWharves
Wharves NWharvesThree N WharvesThree
Three cars all loaded with cotton cottonjumped coUon1 cottonjumped
jumped the track at the corner of Tar Tarragona Tarad Tarragoes ¬
ragona sad ad La Rau streets Sunday Sundaydoing Sundadol Sundaydoing
dol doing g considerable damage and caul caultag cauIcoouderable caulbig
tag considerable delay in the work of ofswitching orswttchlnc ofswitching
switching cars carsThe carsThe carsThe
The three tars were in the middle middleof
of a long train probably of about abouttwentyfive abouttwentyfive abouttwentylive
twentyfive oars which was bound for forthe forthe forthe
the Louisville and Nashville wharves wharvesThe wharvesThe wharvesThe
The engine was going at ordinary ordinaryspeed ordlnaryspeed ordinaryspeed
speed when suddenly the three cars carsleft C881elt carsleft
left the track and an turned completely completelyover
over on the side portions of the oars oarsbeing oarselB oarsbeing
being elB on the sidewalk sidewalkThe sidewalkThe sidewalkThe
The cars were badly injured lBj red la laact IRfact Infact
fact they were splintered and lid will willbave willi willihave willbave I
bave to be almost entirely ent1rel rebuilt rebuiltThe feltuntThe rebuiltThe
The L i N wrecker was soon ea the thescene theaceoe thescene
scene and the cotton loaded into intoother intoGt intoother
other Gt r cars After working several severalhours severaJhours severalhours
hours the wreck was cleared away awayand a aand awayand
and the cotton sent to the wharf wharfLIKE wharfLIKE wharfltd
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iii r the new Color Combinations The display now being made throughout throughoutthis
l k 1 this Big Store in all departments is beyond conception as our entire fall falland fallt
t i and winter stock was bought before the outbreak of Yellow Jack and in inno inli inno
li no single instance did we neglect any department departmentHems departmentIi departmentItems
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New Orientlal designs in KimonasNew Kimonas KimonasNow KimonuNew
New Walking and Dross DroesSklrts DroesSklrtsNew SkirtsNew Skirts SkirtsNew
New Crartaetto Cravinetto Coats Cloaks and andJackets andJackets andJackets
Jackets to arrive this week weekNow weekNew weekaVttw
Now Norfolk Sweaters and Blouses BlousesOur BlouilOS0ur BlousesOur
Our Handkerchief and an + Glove De Department Department Dopartment ¬
partment is complete in every evorydetall evorydetallTueadliLY detail detailTuesday detailTuesdlty
Tuesday and Wednesday w WI will willdfsplay wl1lct willdisplay
display ct 8PI Gage Bros and Phippsr ReadytoWear Ready ReadytoWear ReadytoWear
toWear Street Str t and Dress Hats In our ourMillinery ourMillinery OurMillinery
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to increase ttth v th h each oochdll day until frost frostlie troetdoes frostfIa
lie does not thlnkihere think ere is lsany any chncof chance chanceof
of stamping st mpingou out tie ie a diseaad especial especially ¬
ly as parties persist in concealing concealingcases
cases which should ould be reported to the thephysicians theI thephysiciaus
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Not Enough Enough Nurses NursesThere NursesThere NursesThere
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There are net ct enough enou h experienced experiencednurses
nurses in the city to supply the de demand demand demend ¬
mand now being made mad for them Yes Yesterday Yesterday Yeaterday
terday telegrams were sent to New NewOrleans NewOrleans NewOrleans
Orleans tp tt > the t e Marine Hospital l sur surgeon surgOOn surgoon ¬
gOOn asking if he could spare any anytrained anttraIned anytrained
trained nurses nlrs s The Jeply was that thatfour thatfour thatfour
four could be spared and It Is veryiprobable very veryprobable veryi
probable i that these will wilbeSent be sent for fori fortoday
i today as astbelr their services sorvi es are at pres present presant ¬
ant badly badl neededThe needed ittededTie
The physicians ph1 lcians continue to work workday workday I
1 day and night in an n endeavor to check checkthe chockthe
the spread of the disease and andt andhave t have havemade h havemade ve vemade I
made good progress considering the theconditions thoCOI1dlUonll thecorlditlona
conditions with which they have been beenI beensurrounded beensurrounded
I surrounded find the many obstaces obstacleswhich obstaceswhich obstaceswhich
which have been be n thrown in the way of ofexterminating ofexterminating
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exterminating the fever fevdrj fev feverMany r
j I Many Cases Being Watched Watchedi WatchedMany I I
i Many Man cases of fever are under stir surveillance stirveillance
i veillance by the officials oillohdsIn In faot it itis its I
is anticipated that before tonight sevi seviI several 8 8I
I eral of those Ulo e which are now in the thesusupicioug
I Isusupiclous ssusupicious
susupicioug class will develop yellow yellowfever yellowfever eUowfever
fever
F L Bo Bowen wen Dies DiesA
A death which does not appear in inthe Inthe inthe
the official report re ort for the reason that thatit
it occurred after aft r the compilation of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the same 4s that of F L Bowen Bowenmanager Bowenmanager Bowenmanager
manager of the Southern Sbuth rn Hotel on onEast onEast
East Garden Grd n street He died shortlybefore shortly shortlybefore shortlybefore J
before 9 oclock His death dehtlihad had beenexpected been beenexpected beenexpected
expected during the afternoon and andnight andgM andnight
night gM
Sundays Cases CasesNo CasesNo CasesNo
No deaths dea llS occurred Sunday but butthere butthere butthere
there were nineteen now cages c8 8S report reported ¬
ed These ware wareH were wereH
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street streetRaymond slreetRaymond streetRaymond
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Annie L I Edwards South S u Clubbs Clubbsstreet ClubbstreEt Clubbsstreet
street streetJames streEtJames streetJames
James Simpson Sh ipt on 1015 1e East Hem Heinberg Helnberg Hemberg
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Annie Simpson 1115 1 5 fit E 5t Hein Heinberg Heinberg Hemberg
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A Green Green217 117 Bast Jackson Jao1 on street streetMattle streetMattie streetMattle
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Ella Green 217 mast ast st Jackson street streetJ
J DunkiH Dunk3 222 2 East Chase street streetMary stTeetMary streetMary
Mary White Waite 311 East Romana Romanastreet RomaDatreet Romanastreet
street streetLouise streetLouise treetLouIse
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Imported Chiffon Broadcloth BroadclothSponged Broadclotsponled BmadclotLSponged
Sponged aDd Spotproof SpotproofChaeable Brasjaeloth BrasjaelothChangeable BacificlotkChangeable
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Interesting Statistics StatisticsWhile StatisticsWhile StatisticsWhile
While the fever sltuatipn t9day I Iconsidered la laconsidered Isconsl
considered consl ered quite bad it cannot C nnot com compare compare compare ¬
pare In any way with the epidemic epidemicof
of 1882 when Pensacola was hardly hardlyonethird hardlyonethird hardlyonethird
onethird its present pre ent sine On Oot 9 91S82
1S82 just twentythree years ago yes yesterday yesterd yesterday ¬
terday terd y statistics show that therewere there therewere therewere
were 64 new cases reported and that
11 deaths occurred on that day Pen Pensacola Pensacola Pensacola ¬
sacola with a largely lar ely increased popu population IJOpuyesterday populatlon ¬
lation yesterday had only 22 new newand ca8 ca8and caseg casegand
and four deaths deathsGET deathsI deathsGET deathsGET
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i OF PENSACOLA DRUGGISTS FREE FREEMarriage FREEMarrIage FREEMarriage
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Marriage and the Church ChnrchIt
It was not until Pope Innocent III
11981218 that marriages were or ordered ori ordered ¬
i dered to be celebrated at or in a achurch achurch achurch
church At the beginning of Christian Christianity ¬
ity marriage was viewed solely as a acivil acl11 acivil
civil contract and this conception con continued continued continned ¬
tinued to be held more or less until untila
a comparatively late period It was wagnot wasnot wasnot
not until the reformation that marriage marriagewas
was finally t sanctioned as a rite to be befittingly befittingly befittingly
fittingly performed within a church churchPrior churchPrior churchPrior
Prior to this the customary place was wasat wasat wasat
at the door of the church and not notwithin not1thln notwithin
within the sacred Inclosure This ruleappears rule ruleappears ruleappears
appears to have been transgressed butuntil but butuntil butuntll
until the first prayer book of Edward EdwardVI
VI 1540 the rubric of the Sarum Sarummanual Sa Sarummanual rum rummanual
manual was In use which directed directedthat directedthat directedthat
that the man and the woman about to tobe tobe tobe
be married should be placed beforethe before beforethe beforethe
the door of the church It was so I Iapprehend Iapprehend Iapprehend
apprehend considered Indecent to tounite tounite tounite
unite In wedlock within the church It Itself Itself itself ¬
self Chaucer in his Canterbury Tales Tales18S3
1883 alludes to this custom in his hisWife hIsWJfe hisWife
Wife of Bath BathShe DathShe BathShe
She was a worthy woman all her live liveHusbands lIveHusband liveFiusbanda
Husbands at the church door bad she five fiveSo fiveSo fiveSo
So late as 1500 Elizabeth daughter daughterof
of Henry II of France was married marriedto
to Philip IL of Spain by the bishop of ofParis otParIS ofParis
Paris at the church door of NotreDame Notre NotreDame NotreDame
Dame while Mary Stuart had been beenmarried beenmamed beenmarried
married the year before to the dau dauphin dauphin dauphin ¬
phin on the same spot spotChurch Church Eclec Eclectic Eclectic Eclectie ¬
tic
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to cure cureIndigestion curIndigestion
4 Indigestion IndigestionDyspepsia IndigestionDyspepsIa IndigestionDyspepsia
DyspepsiaCostiv2neee Dyspepsia DyspepsiaCostiveneea DyspepsIaCortiveneu
Costiveneea CostiveneeaBiliousness CortiveneuBiliousness Costiv2neeeBiliousness
Biliousness BiliousnessFemale BiliousnessFemale BiliousnessFemale
Female Ills Illsor IllsISTOMACHRS
STOMACH or MalariaTry Malaria MalariaTry
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Swiss Laaburger I and Cream Creamnuckwh Cheese CheeseBuckwheat ChasBuckwheat
Buckwheat Graham Hem Oat OatBarley Meal MealBarley lGlnlBarley
Barley Everything fresh fT aatf as new w at atlowest atJo atlowest
lowest Jo t prices pricesAgents prienAgents pricesgents
Agents Wanted Wantedfor
for Alabama and Fiends for forthe srthe farthe
the Handy Fruit and aadtable Vita Vitatable
table Slicer tie greatest grMstseller greatestseller rwtist rwtistseller
seller ea the market r routfit Sample Sampleoutfit Saasplaoutfit
outfit for 35 rafts crntsJoseph prtptW prtptWJoseph pre preJoseph
Joseph Durham
211 E Wright StPensacola SL SLPensacola SfPensacola
Pensacola Florida FloridaOPENING F1orldaOPENING FloridaAt
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OPENING OF THE THECLASSICAL THECLASSICAL
CLASSICAL SCHOOL SCHOOLAt
At a meeting of the advisory board boardof J Jof
of the Pensacola Classical School heft heftSept JtIft1Sept lamSept
Sept 25 106 1 06 ft was tounrf advisable topostpone to topostpone topoetpone
postpone the opening op8II of the coming comingsession comfngeMton comingsession
session until more favorable condidons condl condltions condlions
lions prevail prevailH
H OLAY ARMSTRONG ARXSTROSGPr1ncl ARMSTRONGPrincipal
Pr1ncl Principal

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