Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00024
 Material Information
Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: December 3, 1896
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00024
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
lccn - sn 95026996
lccn - sn 95026996

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OFFICIAL DIRECTORY, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY the earth by coindescendling to be a A Hint to Flori
One Dollar a Year in Advance. ,Iwl:l.hr thliein, ard he i mpiliic Is A bill is pendiini
UMITED STATES. o-- r Al.albatna to dto
Senatoi- Hon. riam'1 P'asco, Monticello, WV ILLIA M A, EM MONS d li,.v to be ri,.. o,'. uI e int, ,i' a t o ol
Hon /Cilkiisuni Call, Jack-'oiviile. Proprietor. either thlln- ilpibliiean or po ili I i -tici
Representativcs-lst Dli.trlet, S.M.. Spark- camp contr arv toi his coti vile n., u t andl a Mon1 tg"l
man, ITampa; "LI District, 0. I. lii plii' ad i-ale :i, per inch per monllh i lM llbile Registe:" ill
Cooper. Jacksonvilie. I' ilioun and .xlIaord nnrv cn iin t t the few c1 remaining .
LInd Otfice-l-Rt isrtLr. J. 11. Barco: le- l' i i I;r il l et Inordinn *i t Tie bill reat
Receiver- N D Waiiwright, (Gaiiine villei I. l .a ul-i S'IA r. .. 1 lenirclay, as rli'e~-n ted hl, Mr. Cinniniihan
-veuo>r--Ic iy 1.. .1 Ih,,ll. ; Attorncyv Sol c SweeCt D;y. hired el de,., rs hho haive pa-...I voluminous andl
ii,-inernl lm [B. L.iiii.r. Secretary 0o'1 lit. B o w i
't .ie; .1. L. .,'A~ r'oid: Com ptroller, W ril.i t 11" lt 'O lle g al l, ,'on ;i.s un t.... i in ioitai lt cl isf
J Lliuha;n; Cornli-g.i'ion r ol AgkLicul- Sonec day the silver lining ,,v ihe n i.-esi anlI ,11,Vt i.ai,i .bljt "P"steii uponl a
fule. L. is. WomTTell; -.p.-riiin.iieit Of clouds wbich darken now, ihu nii ta lian Iu
.!' I'uhlic ln.-tu.lii ,. \V N. S,,a.;: W ill bid us cea e repining. "l a ...l t -i. v. al
I'r'a.-urer. L. H. I liin In lho 1ic. o i g
sIi:,u,: Cvuirt, It. F. T''.yl.r, T''llitii -:,. Oh! heart, p parent thoh; Origin oft' PcCiliatioi. :,re orkili cai
U s si.: -rT,,i. For then ouir' liadq will lighten, ,, iht. vacc7li:mi i i,,. i N,, 'llig ''"hl e lti,0 Ie
.,i.-i l)i.[ict-W ilkii-..n t..'il, .lack i'-i: Glad music charm our wav. n '1. .. Ihe00 1
. il; -Svvoii.l c ~l Icr, niiiu',l Pns, P. And all the skies will brighten, into s*.vi le a' a Il're- tivu:e ,frI'I'i aI n
'"... "'- '' "' I. i --Ave a d

,. tnli-fith lis,'ti --.\l.._ .o W. W Y.k., Some day o tr heart \ ill gladden, tnU 4,llII
1h l.i .. W ith words we've longed to hear Ihysicialns ,1" l"iraice anid (j ri'iial v ,i h iV-i,-h wille a d hI
I whIo shll l conI t i
\V mIII,,i: I'. ,N r Fi'r-m lips whose silence madden, !..r lhiat 1inalasly, a short trieati.- Nii i eal t s a
.. i,, .,ttive, J. i W.'ll Cli |,, They'll fall upon our ear. its oHigin aniil uses will probably Ie office s shall be .
S.:,.,ihl, .ruI t I. D. 1. ,M .I ill, \ lIIn ; It may be cold Deceniber,
'l ,. 1 i.' ..iri, ',uil. 'lLrk, r,,cordcr r hay pld a mnt Mharit n ioi e oint of date or supeorannated governorr, w ii the
S \V. i:. Cl.a-er, l cor.der: Or app, l ntMy than would such a diicnussion have senate. 1I'hP m- n
thl riij, C. t(_. .\ll,.. ~ ',ipl y: 'reiio-. ', lone know, but we'll remember,
.( C i 1,.. -.'hl pl.,, T- X, .,li. tuor, .4 That sweet day. been a century or more ago, wvyhet1 ears ai.I tlie le
,'' Jewl r first made ki a laries .,1 lhe ill-
Qj .e., a;,.,: ',,iit; 1,.:l'. Some day, the struggle over,r first mad k medical i
.. hu llic Itlnruction, W. L. Loekcy; The battles lost or won, ,iiicovrI. superii..'.*,.,l' $1
C.'hil;. : Surveyor, Thus. Collins, Chip- The earth our couch and cover, Tie real a"1l (,riz'iltal difc-.viry ,f thheir liv '. l'-ns,
'ST .. The weary journey done; tie Scii el of V' valc l,!ltionl is crtdi i Th T .,c: .I v
o ST. As .i Cp\\ps. Our souls shall cease their fre! ti gr i
justice of the -l'eace, C. H. Orippen; to I)r. P- it'lnner. Ar"10. l Notary Public, Deputy Circuit Court Ands faa as at that time sevinf as a a- two .e.- 11,
Clerk. W. A. Emmons: School Super- The ills of life forgetting, w at that time serving as al ap- two (ie-tins roo
visor, R. F. Braickin; lost Master,Dr. Some sweet day. iroentice to a surgeon in the small inanding tile attel
W. G Mitchell. -E. A. E. town of Sodbtlrv, near Bristol, Eng- Florida legislature
Postmistress, -Mrs. M. B. Jenks. Id. It seems that about the year
ARKER nks. IIILE the discussion of disl.S..i..n 1769 his attention was called to the IT is somewhat
'ostmistress, Annie R. Parker; Notary of public questions is a human privil- popular beliefexisting in Gloucester- in Mr. Melon's sa
Public, W. H. PITarker. ege, tle erant ttt settlement of shire at that time that cow pox was stnimng the manaag

postmaster, N. W. Pitts. tieni is a hmaii eight antagonistic to small pox. From Star, the expression
ANDE RSO 1770, s a smtidlit under John Hul- he is ever toSnd a
Postmaster, S. W. Anderson To rejoice over the defeat of your 1770, t
GAY. ary is natural fo him t .lai ter in Loniloti for two years, and as a standard he will en
Postmaster, Ms PG. adversary is natural, for him to claim
Postmaster, Mrs. R.Gay. l. practitioner at Berkley, his native party or commit 6
BAY HEAD. himself as one who was oppressed isy, his nat paty ot o t
Postmaster, Martin Post. also nore than natural. honie, Dr. Jenner pursued occasional remembered that t
inquiry without any decided re nul. A. Melon who edited
(JALHOUN COUNTY---CROMANTON. TE osers do not ty te prio t Jly 1, last
,otaries, E. Mosher, Frank Hoskins, THE Prsprous do not pity the Ii e (he years 1775 to 1780 he became prior to July 1, last
Postmaster, W. M. Croman; Coun unfortunate man for compl)lainiing of satisfied, by careful investiga tion, expression to some
ty Commissioner, H. M. Sp'. ice his hardship., but look kindly upon that one kind of cow pox taken at nouncod utterances
Deputy Clerk of Courts. S. T. Walklev ke
him for working to better himself the right time would antagonize gold standard-mo
RELIGIOUS with patience and silence. small pox. Ip the year 1788 he had emanate from the i
Methodist-Church cor. Washington ave Wall
and Chestnut st-Ryev. J. B. Miller, on exhibiion a drawing of the cow lican, or Wall tt.
pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 "E who goes forth into the pox as seen or. the handles of a nilk- "wise meni change
p. m. every alterniite Sunday. world of knowledge with the avowel maid. In 1796, May 14th, he inlde
Y. P. S. C. E.-Prayer meeting at the oae In 196, May 14th, he Blacktho
Preslyterian church every Sunday after purpose of tearing down its taer- an exterimient on a boy eight years Blackthort
soon at 3:30 o'clock. All are invited. nacles of intelligence, should first who lie inFnoclated wit shing Gazette.
Baptist -C.iurch, c. r of Wyoming know -the extent of hI; own imbecil- Aniong recent
avsfn I- and Clncinaila street. Church cow pox matter anlater.nlyi-
c.niferer ::turday before first Sunday '. ed wi small pox matter Igm* p" io
at 4 p. m. Sunday school every Sunday atnted with sm p singular application
10 a. m. XWHEN mlan ges forth to seek the without signs of small pox following, (Prtus spinosa),
Presbyterian-Church corner Loraine sta Two ears then elapse' be le
avenue and Drake street. presence of evil, it instantly stares Globe. It seems
2al holic-Church corner Wyoming ave- himt in thle face at every turn; but could experiment further ail an- thortls of this well
,ue and Foster street. when lie sets out to look upon the flounce, as he did, his discovery in a 114, 1 commonly
THE MAILS. optimistic side of hunmnan life, good published pamphlet. Both strong t of Essex as
The northern uail, via Anderson, Gay, flies to him from every quarter. opposition and strong advocacy im- Pritchet, a resident
Bayhead and Chipley departs every day mediately followed the announce-
except Sunday at 3:00 o'clock; a. m.; a portion ot a f.,
arrives every day except Sunuay at Now comes the Milliigati Times, a inent, and in the course of 1799 the pareittly has seen
7:40 p. mn. *e
7:40t Bay mail for Harrison. Cromanton, ewspaer printed in one of the small practice of innoculating with cow pox ice Ee
Parker, Farmdale and Wetappo, leaves towns on the P. & A. railroad, near matter spread over England, ar.l which these thorus
St And o'lokand arrives, evrcomingwest Milton, and in language more forcible was extended within a year to the ion ofe the twig at
every afternoon at o'clock. than coiiimpli!elntary"roasts"theeditor United States and on the continent a peculiar knot to
ST. ANDREWS BAY, CHIPLEY & of the Buoy unmercifully for daring of Europe, and so over the whole the volume on "S
VERNON TELEPHONE CO. to stand tp for the timc-hoinoied de- world within the short period of six ing one of the I
(Incorporated Nov. 7, 1886.) mocracy of the nation. Besides con- years. For example, the Spanish ies thee singul
SCHEDULE OF RATEs:-For each five signing the editor of this paper for. government, i the year 1803 sent a thn
minutes, or fraction thereof, use of of this er for- ovnmnt ear 1803. sent a
Phone: ever into t::e ranks of the republi- cow pox diffusion expedition on a the Thames astuna
Between SAndrews Bay ead5c cans, lie unfeelingly taunts him with three years circumnavigation of the Essex, thorn hoo
Chipley. 25c not knowing in what democracy con- globe to introduce the new practice 'he form of the
SGey& Gay.........20 sists, and accuses hin of supreme into all Spanish possessions. The vaces, which we
Bayhead &Gay........... 5c "gall" because he has dared to in- greatest excitement and enthusiasm find among aborig
For transmission by telegraph 10e. vite misguided democrats who have attended the early progress of thle English waters,
extra, not including telegraphic'service.
A. J. GAY, Gen'1 Mgr. lost sight of the great underlying practice throughout the world. The from the illustrate
i principles of the party, and who have exact philosophy of the practice can- has about a inch
Parker Lodge No. 142, been shownrthe error of their ways by not be said to have been perfectly round it, and the
A.. ..... &S A. .'2 a majority of nearly two million of established during these years, and about fifty va
Regular Communications on Satur- the voters of the nation, to come questions, therefore, as to its merits at low tide." It
day, on or before each full moon. home and help to navigate the grand and its necessity cannot be said to actual specimen ^
Visiting Brothers Fraternally old ship of state successfully and tri- have been fully answered, nished a drawing o

Wx. H. PARKER W. M umphantly in the future as it has in In 1811 London was greatly ex- the attachment ti
v. M. BOUTELLE, Secretary. thIe past. cited over the case of one Lord Gros- further tells us t
The editor of the Times must quite venour's children, who took small pox wer, a few year
SUSINESS DIRECTORY recently have learned the lesson of severely after having been vaccinated coast of MeloneI
t_ ....... I I ] .l 51 . i l .. i 0 hy J i" t. n t . ..... .

Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and No-
tary Public for the State at Large; has
jurisdiction to administer oaths, take
afficavits, legalize ackuowledgments,
etc., anywhere in Florida. Special at-
tention given to land conveyances and
to marriage services. Office at the
PUOY Office, St. Andrews Bay.

ITomeopathic Physician and Ac-
coucher. Office Pioneer Drug Store,
corner of Shell avenue and Michi-
gan street,
St. Andrews Florida
Proprietor East End Drug Store, of-
fers his professional services to the
citizens of St. Andrews Bay and
vicinity. Office at Drug Store.
Residence on Buenna Vista avenue
opposite old Florida Exchange.
Notary Public and Surveyor. Special at-
tention given to all Notarial business
also to the Drawing of Maps, Charts, etc
.arker. Fla
Justice of the Peace.
Will attend promptly to all business de-
manding his attention within his juris-
diction. Office on Bayview street, one
biockk northeast of T C. Danford's
store. Rule-'days, First Monday in
each month.

democracy l tiiself, 0ol at tile t-----. oy Jenner himself ten Vea p1.I
convention lihe helpe-I the writer, hoth that lilnm Great clamor against the
in committee on resolutions and in I practice had existed trom the first,
convention, to prevent that body and this was especially resurrected on
trom committing -itself to the free the occasion just mentioned.; was
silver idea; but after the Chicago again widely revived in 1818, when
convention, not having the courage a severe epidemic of small pox pre-
of his convictions, or having been vailod in disregard, apparently, of
tempted with inducements to change the supposed efficacy of vaccination.
his mind, he made himself a party to But yet, there arose such adept
the undemocratic impeachment of the 1-masters of the science as to extent it
highest legal tribunal in the land; over such a wide range of practice
the arraignment of a democratic pres- that within the past quarter of a con-
ident who won the admiration of the tury vaccination has been an impera-
world by promptly putting down tive pro-requisite to children entering
bloodshed, arson and a reign of ter- school :n several states of tile Union,
ror at the time of the Chicago riots, made such by the enactment of state
and that with less violence than ever laws. Int course of events thile result
before quelled an unraasobing mob, has followed that small pox is no
and finally swallowing the free silver longer to be very greatly dreaded in
, places where the sanitary service is
bull, hoof, horns, tail and all, demon- anywhere near adequate or where
strating that he was either not hon- physicians can be summoned to ap.
est at Ocala, or was lacking in that ply the remedy immediately upon the

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NOTE.-It must he remembered that the
wind is not a w oliy reliable motive pow-
er and if the sailors sometimes find it im-
Nossible to make schedule time it mus t be
etarged to the elements; they do the best
they can.

-Fresh onion sets at Pioneer Drug
Store.ware groeries and
--Stoves-and tinware groceries ard

notions cheap at E. P. Maxon's cash
--Lydia E. Pinkham's celebrated
medicines for sale at the Pioneer Drug
-Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic and
Hals's Catarrh Cure on sale at Pio-
neer Drug Store.
-Legal cap, comm,.cial note
letter-head papers and envelopes, either
printed or plain at the Buor office.
-The postoffice at Baxter, on East
Bay, has been discontinued, and pat-
rons of that office will in the future
get their mail matter at Farmdale.
-The members of the Baptist socie'y
will hold a meeting at their chanel oi
Friday night for the purpose of taking
the preliminary steps toward a New
Year's entertainment.
-The fine water front at the Buoy
office is for rent. Thit. i: the finest
stand in town for an oyster house, and
we would be glad to rent it very rea-
sonably for that purpose.
-Our correspondents will please bear
in mind tlhit-their favors must 1,e mailed

This is the complaint of
thousands at this season.
They have no appetite; food
does not relish. They need the toning-ip of
the stomach and digestive organs, which
a course of Hood's Sarsaparilla will give
them. It also purifies and enriches the
blood, cures that distress after eating and
internal misery only a dyspeptic can
know, creates an appetite, overcomes that
tired feeling and builds up and sustains
the whole physical system. It so prompt-
ly and efficiently relieves dyspeptic symp-
toms and cures nervous headaches, that it
seems to have almost "a magic touch."


Thlie ful!
by Ju,!g.

of a id,
one ouf tl
the I iin,.
ite ti i:ir.,
eiel critUn
dcket I
indicted bL
1,4, on a
cases. Jt
oner two N\
quitted I
was then.
tiegro w
he had be
when lie
Hoiine an
boldest c
been ooi"

wrwativc Necessity.
i ze n.
in liiang.tHg e %asiii ued
atn her in pronouncing
a 1'0groin the Atlanta
a,'i lew days ago. "This
(1,id the peradveniture
At a rermn school is
t urgent demands of
send boys to the pen-
hev are returned hard-
By reftereince to the
that this prisoner was
e grand jury in May,
co of burglary in two
( Clark gave the pris-
Sin one case and ac-
6 the ol her. The boy
)ver 16 years old. The
the penitentiary, and


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An Opportunity to Get tha Buoy
and Florida Cit.izE n Togother
at a Greatly Roluce-d RAe.
The FLORIDA CITIZEN is now one of
the nmcst complete newspapers in. the
United Stat's, outside of the great met-
ropolitan centers. Its type are set en-
tirely by machinery, and its priniing is
done on one of Hoe's large presses.
Steam and electric power both are
used, and telegraph wires are carried
0 directly into the office. The best ma-
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and most of the members of the force
are old and experienced journalists.
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CD and to avoid false and sensAtional ru-
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S- and other matter unfit for household
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paper is soundly Democratic, following
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RE. claims to have a larger circulation than
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east of New Orleans.
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Mobile to Carrabelle, via Pensacola, St. Andrews

Bay, Cromanton and Apalachicola.

5th, 15th and 25th at 7 p.m............ Mobile........... 12th, 22d and 2d a. m.
6th, 16th and 26th p.m...........Pensacola..........
7th, 17th and 27th p.m... St... Andreom ay ...11th, 21st and 1st a. m.
8th, 18th and 28th a.m..........Apalachicola........ 1th, 21st and 1st p. m.
9th, 19th and 2Uth a m...........Carrabelleo........ 10th, 20th and 30th noon

Mobile to Pensacola...........$. 2 00 Pensacola to Apalachicola........ 7 00
JSt Andrews Bay and 5 00 Carrabelle .......... 8 00
... .Cromanton..... St Andrews Bay to Apalachicola.. 2 50
Apalachicola.......... 7 00 l
Carracelle ............ 8 00 Carrabelle..... 3 0
PensacolatoSt. Andrews Bay I Apalachicola to Carrabelle........ 75
Pensacolato ..and Cromanton. 500

Connects at Apalachicola with steamers up Chattahoochee River. At
Carrabelle with '. T. & G. Railroad for Tallahassee.
For further information, freight rates and special rates for large parties
address, H. A. I)ORR, Purser, Mobile, Alabama.

Bruov and the Weekly Citizen together
for 4S1.55, or the BUOY and the Daily
Citizen for $7.
A specimen copy of either the Daily
or Weekly Citizen can be obtained by
sending a postal card to this office, or to
that of the Citizen, at Jacksonville.


the Plate for Passengers
Going to and from St. Andrews Bay

Rooms Cpmfortable!

Terms RoasonablI!

Boarding House.
No 214 ast Zarragossa Street,

,Pensacola -

- Fa.,

First Class Accommodations aod
Reasonable Rates.





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Special to the Buoy.
Rev. Miller took dinner at the
1111iarr iso ouse- ou NV.eii,,esday.

Thursday, Dec. 3, 1896.

<'igar. ib Tea, 1 Ib
Granulated .... 6% He No ....... 75
Couflc,A ..... 6 Gunpowder.. 80
Lt liro\n. ..... 5 Uncol'd Jap.. 50
e.>'e., C',ln ni milk, "1 can
Greeu . 22'.a., .) I n-\ t n'a. I '' 15
P row ipi l ..i.'I ..L30 SHteetened ..I lh 15
liuger siiLps'. 10 Baking powder
ra.:ckers, ida d1.3 [ a I . 50
olhaceo, plug 3i0a6i( tamplicll 5.t25
.aisins Canrinid I'i uit
Londinlayers.. 15 Pcache ... 20a20
Valeucia. 12'. Tomatoes . Ilal 5
lice. ......... 7 A pples........ In)
Spples P.: a rs. ......... 1
Evapornted.. 12- Plums ......... 25
Dried Peaches I Apricot ....... 25
3oal Oil prgal... .15 Strawl'erries... 20
Gasoline ... .20 Pineapple . 20
lorida Syrup.., 4(1 Canned Meats
..... l poast Be(.f. .15a-'25

Butter.... 25 Lobster ....... .1)
Lard .... .... 6 Salmon .. .... 15
tieans........... 6 Canned Vege-ta lelt
Coeainut pkg... 10 Baked Beans.. 15
Fiuit Puddine.. 10 Corn.......... 1.
Jelly, glass . 15an25 Peas ........... 15
Lime Juice .... Pu'mpkin...... 1
Eggs per doz. 15
Flour Pork
S 0 N '. ... 3,00 Mess pr Ib ..... 51
Favorite .... 5.50 Bacon Sides.....6
Torn Meal pr bu 60 Fresh ....... 8al0
sat Meal pr lb... 5V Br'kf'st Bacon. II
jornper blu.......60 Ham canvassed 14
potatoess Shoulders..... 10
Irish. .....1.00 Beef
Early R'se seed 1.60 Corned......... 8
Sweet........ 50 Fresh.........8a1l0
0alt, pr sack.;. 80 Dried. ........ 25
Table ........ 5 Milk pr,qt...... 10
fails, er lb...4a5 Ax, with handle. 1.00
Manilla ropeT2).al5 Hoes, each... .35a50
ritoves cook,. .$8a25 Copper paint, can 50
Pipe, joint.18a20 Linseed oil, gal.. 80
Prints, per yd.. 5a8 Ginghams ..... 8al0
Sheeting .... 5a9 Flannel. ......25a50
uslin ....... 9all Thread per spool. 5
Jeans. .. ..25a200 Shoes, ladies. $1a2 75
Extra pants pat 225 Men's... $1 40a300
Hay pr ewt.... 1.311 Oats pr bu....... 50
Bran.......... 1.25 Brick pr M......8.00
Rope Sisal .. 10@12 Lime pr hbl...... 75
Oranges pr doz.. Pecans pr lb..... 15
Apples........ 12 Walnuts. ........ 20
Lemons.......:. 30 Almonds ........ 20
in shell prl,000 1.50 Opened pr qt .. 15c
Horses... $80a100 Cows..,'.... $15a$25
Mules... $100a$155 IHogs.......$3to$4
qxen.. pr yoke $40 Sheep... ....... $
C'ickenseach 15a:5 Geese each. 45a50
rIrkeys ... 75al.00 Ducks....... 15a20
Venison pr lb 7a10 Turkeys ......75al.00
. ...iilfif 1-5 ^ ^ !^ ^ ^ .-,-.. -.., .,, r- _

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Mullet pr doz 2.5c MulhI lr i lr.l 5 i ai
Trount........., 25 Trout........ 4.50(
Pompano pr lb.. 6 Pompano. .... 10.00
Sturgeon ...... 10 Mackeral .... 8.00

deart, 19 m...$16.00
Face ... 14.00
Sap ... 12,00
Drop siding,
EHeart Iace Jm 15.00
San 12.00
Bui' lumber.. 8@12
Heart shingles, 2.50
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1MiNs Palyne .pent, Saturday and
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Dr. Bell, Like ITsiR rather, Was Interested
In Effort. to Instruct Deaf M71utes-While
Engaged in This Line of Work the Tele-
phone W su-..gste to IL;s Xind.
The story of how th:e telephone carme
to be invented was told Ly Dr. Alexau-
der Graham Bell durir' his attendance
on the meeting of the Am; rican Associ-
ation to Promote the Teaching of Speech
to the Deaf, held at Mount Airy. Dr.
Bell's father was an elocutionist in
England and well known as a corrector
of defects in utterance, as his grandfa-
ther had also been. His father had de-
vised a method of representing the ac-
tion of the vocal organs by symbols,
similar to those used in chemistry. In
like manner letters representing the va-
rious organs of speech, with figures at-
tached indicating the positions cf those
organs, would represent certain sounds
or spoken words. A person placing his
tongue, teetb, lips and palate in the po-
sition indicated by a certain formula
would produce a definite sound. The
use of such a system for the instruction
of deaf mutes was not overlooked by
Dr. Bell's father, and experiments were
made in a little school in London. Dr.

Bell became interested in the subject
and developed a method of teaching the
.fatf,tp Qak. Hisfathehr,.aldJ.lectur-ed.
in this country, and in this way the
system had come to the knowledge of
the deaf and dumb institutions in Bos-
ton and of the prominent educators in
that city, and in 1871 the board of eda-
cation invited Dr. Bell to see what he
could do in the Boston School For the
Deaf. He accepted the invitation and
put the system in practice there with
very great success, and it was intro-
duced in one institution after another
throughout the country.
Dr. Bell did not at that time believe
it was possible for deaf mutes to under-
stand speech by looking at the mouth of
the speaker. The mechanism of speech
was, he thought, too complicated for
that. He therefore set to work to in-
vent an apparatus which would repre-
sent speech to the eye as it was spoken
by throwing a picture of the vibrations
on the screen. He commenced his exper-
iments with Koenig's manometric flame
apparatus, which, by means of a vibrat-
ing diaphram, stretched on a piece of
wood divided into two parts, and a se-
ries of mirrors produced a band of light
with wave effects, according to the
sound uttered. The flame was too fee-
ble. to be photographed. Dr. Bell then
turned his attention to another appara-
tus, called a phonetograph, in which
vas stretched a membrane, against
vhich a person spoke and which car-
ried a little pencil over a smoked glass,
which made a curved line that could.
easily be photographed..
He made many hundreds of tracings,
but unfortunately they did not corre-
spond with the flame pictures before
describhd. andl hea nttributed the trnoblen


to the clumsiness of the apparatus. He0 IT
therefore mapped out changes in the.
construction of his phonetograph end
thought he saw in his draft a rude anaBl.
ogy to the coustraction cf the human
ear. Instead cf boue- actuated l:y a i
membrane, us in t'e ear, h,- h-',d a l-vr ; J .
of wood uo=ved by a membrao. Hfo
therefore concluded to modify the shape
to correspond with the human ear and fC
went to a distinguished aurist in Bos-
ton, Clarence A. Blake, who suggested O e
his experimenting with an actual hu- a s Opei
man ear. Dr. Blake get an ear and dis-
sected it for Dr. Bell so as to expose the GR 0 C
membrane and the little bones. The doc- besold I-
tor attached a pencil to the bone called To be sold 0
the malleus, moistened the membrane Andlie invites th
with glycerin and water and construct- A
ed an outer ear. With this, beautiful
tracings were made on the smoked glass.
The tracings, however, were different FRESH BRE
from what he had before produced. ....__..,. _0 -.
While he was engaged upon t be above
line of search at the Institution For the G. B. THOMPS
Deaf, he was also developing an inven- AR
tion out of which be expected to make Rol
some money-viz, an electrical multi- TH
ple telegraph, by which he couMd seud
many messages simultaneously over one HAN'
wire. Dr. Bell simplified this apparatus
greatly. liHe noticed that when half a n r l* ,
dozen were operating together there at In 1
was a resultant electrical effect, and )UlIUli
that but one sending magnet was nucc,:,s-
sary to produce all the sounds. Further Two Mil6 EEast
consideration convinced him that he
comia noI oi'ry'Bud aiy numiber bt mu- w
sical tones simultaneously, but Founds L =r
ofuany kind. His familiarity with the
nature of speech had taught him that
the term "quality of sound" means
really achord of different musical tones I N .\ N
having different intensities, and he
could conceive how a sound r,f any kind
whatever, even words, might be trans-
mitted if one of these recdls could be S E-EI
moved in front of an elec tro magnet in
the resultant way in which the air is
moved when a sound is uttered. His
experiments in vibrations had taught
him the form of the sound waves. The Fa
problem was to make a mass of steel
vibrate in the way the air does. The l a
problem was in his mind at the time he
was making the experiments with the
human ear, before described. Ne l
The thought suddenly struck him W orid
that there was a great disproportion in
mass between the bones of the ear and
the membrane that connected them;
that these bones were, relatively to the
membrane, very heavy and very mass-
ive. Why, then, could not the piece of
iron or steel be moved by attaching it -. .t .
to a heavier and stiffer membrane, of a |8 =
the present telephone form. The proh- ) o Q 0
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