Title: St. Andrews buoy
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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: July 29, 1897
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: VID00032
Source Institution: University of Florida
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First Last, and all the






29, 1807.

NO. 18.


Senators--Houn. Sam'l Pasco, Monticello,
. Huon S. R. Mallory, Pensaeola.
'te rasentatives-lst District, S.M. Spark-
*ran, Tampa; 2d District, R. VW.
Davis, lai-alkA.
Land OfUice-Regisler. J M. Barco;
fceeetver-N D Wainwright, Gainesville
Governor-W. D. Bloxham; Secretary of
. State, J. L. Orawford; treasurer, .1. B.
Whitfield; Attorney General Win. B. La-
*mar; Comptroller, W. H. Reynolds; S.-
erintendent )f Public Instruction, W.
N. Sheats; t.mmissioner of Agricul-
atre, L. IB. onmbwell ,adjatant Ge -
eral, Patrickfloustou. Taliahassee,
First District-S. R. Mallory, Pensacola;
IKi~ir rict.SLam1uf.Paco Monticello.

Representative, S. M. Rohinson,Cbipler,
County Judge, D. D. Melvin, Vernon;
Clerk of Court, County Clerk, Recorder
of Deeds, W. B. Lassitter, Vernon;
Sheriff, C. G. Alleu, Chipley; Treasurer,
R. C. Horne, Chipley; Tax Collector, A.
Q. Jones, Vernon; Tax Assessor, W,
B. Gainer, Econtina: Superintendent
of Public Instruction, W. L, Locky;
Chipley; Surveyor, Thuos. Collins, Chip-
Justice of the Peace. W. I. Singleterry;
Notary Public, Deputy Circuit Court
Clerk, W. A. Emnmons: School Super-
visor, R. F. Brackiu; Post Master,Dr.
W. G Mitchell.
Postmistress, Mrs. M. B. Jenks.
?ostmaster and Notary Public, W. H.
?ostmistress, Mrs Hasselborg.
Postmaster, S. W. Anderson
Postmaster, Mrs. R. Gay.
Postmaster, Martin Post.
Postmaster, W. F. Woodford.
Postmistress, Mrs. Dyer.
Postmnster, P. N. Hutchinsoo.

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Notaries, E. Mosher, Frank Hoskins,
Postmaster, W. M. Cromau; Coun
ty Commissioner, H. M. Spicei
Deputy Clerk ot Courts. S. T. Walklev

MetbodiBt-Miurch cor. Washington ave
Sad. CQbestlv st-Rev. W. M. Croman
t -stIr P ,r -i .a tI i, m nd7 I

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PUBLISHED EVER THURSDAY a detriment to any community or The Borghese Treasut
One Dollar a "hlis redyance. neighborhood, and the attractions for Scientific American.
beauty, such should be removed, as the Ever since the bankruptcy
WILLIA .it1',, EMMONS bost expedient in the maintenance Borglieso family in 1892, a.r,
Proprietor. of peace, harmonyand prosperity, have been afiard that this c(t
-- which is one of the rnomt r'ei
Display ad rates 50c per inch per month The Gravest Injustice. in the worll, woul-l be di peg
Position and estraorainary condition Among all the injustices which it is now announced that th e,
rates suliect to special agreement. labor has of recent years rendered government is to lpay 6,000(
against capital, the present attempt francs, abont $1,200,000 lo,' /
N. Y. VoRLmD: the miners' strike to inaugurate a strike in the West ture; anid statues in the
reatens to be (ie of the greatest while the city of Rome
threatens to hae ie of the greatest Virgin coal mines, probably reigns $600,000 for the great villa
this country has ver known. Wh paramount, both regarding te extent
are the merits of'the controversy the paramount, both r ing the extent the niunsdni occnp.
country does not yet know in detail. of injury to property an jeopardy of r will the collection
life.t th nen tanht nta ut
Bgt this mune experience has tagh t.i intajfllttflvill 'Nl-I

ons every Change means that the peo-
ple shall pay more for coal and the
miner shall get less for digging it out
of the earth. Sympathy therefore
inclines to the miner while the facts
are in controversy.

THE republican conferees made
practically a new creation of the tar.
iff bill while it was under consilera-
Lion. So many changes were made
that it is beyond the scope of a news-
paller item to name them; but the
fact that the changes come from a
republican source leaves no room for
doubt that tlhe republican prohibitive
protection policy has been closely ad-
hered to. Democrats were told that
it was utterly us2less to suggest or
offer anienaitents, for i.tiey would
only consume time and would be re-

Would Debs Promote Pros-
Advices to the effect that Eugene
V. Debs, the eminent socialist, is at
present negotiating for Inads in
West Florida, upon which to estab-
libh a colony, perhaps elicits several
difetent opinions regarding the prob-
r able effect upon the social structure
of their environs. The most promi-
nent feature in the DeIls scheme is
the attempt at equal diftributiou of
W ...lthh .V1h.A l W. a l --i ,.;.n ..


" act firmly established that
these miners have all-along been
treated with unusual fairness and
generosity by their employers, and
consequently have no visible wrongs
to revenge or redress. The contem.
plated strike appears to derive its pro-
vocation for enforcement through the
acriminons attitude which the labor
loaders have assumed regarding all
operators of coal mines, without re-
spect to the wages paid or the treat-
ment tendered their workern..
Perhaps the claim may he raised,
as means of outetnsible indication of
their irrational and unreasonable con-
duct, that it is purely a "sympathetic
strike," which plea is within itself
the very essence ot injustice and
Should the same practices mark
the course of the capitalists,
the courts, through populistic
influences brought to bear upon
them, would immediately declare


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fCOPY..nHT. ARst. By P. rTIfMaON mILv.'

f ES ONn
i i "Or aul rings tat rcouIld bave hap-
td-to aian, think of thi2. ior cr!-d.
I^^^ Bk ..-^ nTZ, JL?1l.i ^ .--.,-.4-

-P e eCT t EoT -llne from the field to senid tht doispf to
villas built by the popes/, wN'al e Hpattfitd the moment yu gect to the
preserved. The building ec I. i "I did, and I pledge nmy solemn word
which ran riot in Rome a few e that I kept it. I sent it the very first
ago has already destroyed toI'IIi av post I struck.
of telo hs a d eis i riNii. I A "You did, for a fact, you moonstruk
f the e palatial vi --oh, but just listen, all of you In-
it is a satisfact:on to have .e- (if stead of my traveling suit hero's what I
them kept fiom despoilment. The find-a letter from Hanfield, forwarded
park, which cu1nsitsofa lar aot from Fort Washakie. 'Dear Sir: In wc-
of rolling meadow and 'wo l ex- cordance with your telegraphic intrnio-
1 r atcex- dions, we have this day forwarded to
liibit in perfection the uins rI4 .eil you a cutaway tweed traveling suit by
beauty of Italian landscape lit It American express and trust the saume
has little of the formal garileo 4 i of is,' etc., 'also statement of'-um, never
the Villa Medici, and. more ineatjy re. mind that-'We are'-now, mark this,
sembles a great Ei.g:ish est e fe e- all of you, good peopl----'we are some-
in nature is left rnoch t heelf. what at a loss to understand your sud-
But added to this perfectly red al dea change of address, but arecompelled
But to ts to act on your telegram, a copy of which
easy treatment will be foun,l the is inclosed. "Fort Washakie, May 25.
beautiful ilex trees and sto1 lt lines, lHaie tweed cutaway traveling suit hEre
with here and there an aentive of byr 18th prox. without fail. W. Far-
c) presses. In t he villa is pesarved rar." Fort Washakiel Gracious pow-
the great collection whicl thoeiovern- era( Think of my traveling suit at
ment has just bought. Tt Bor- Washakie and Ihere and the train oom-
ghese collection was first, foured by ingl"
Marco Antonio Brgliese befAe 18. "But, Willy, dear," said his mother
re 1800. soothingly, "surely you can wear for
His son, Prince Camillo B -ghbese, just a day or two last year's suit. "
married Pauline Bonaparte, the sis- "That? Now? Why, heavens ablaze!l
ter of the Emperor Napolebn, and Rorke couldn't squeeze me into it with
in 1806 sold to his brother-in-law the a shoehorn. I'll have to travel in my

"that no oragnization should be most valuable ot his treasurer, which
effected for the purpose of establish- now alImrn the Louvre. Afterward
ing a universal rate of prices." an.l gathered ti s new collection A'hich
the Italianr government has just pre-
from a fair view the santo should be vented his descendants from getting
held as regards labor. Labor is en- rid of, None of the antique i arbles
titled to no leniency or favorti m are ol very great importance, but in
which capital does not enjoy., mordern statuary and pictnrs the
gallery is exceedingly ichi. J $ iteed,
Fish and Game WVardens. it is generally believed to e the
The following is the test of the most valuable private gallery A aithe
new law f'r

p. m. every alternte Sauday.'geatacumulatio of.elt upu an game wa ons:
Y.'. e S.C. E.-Prayer meeting at the g0eat accumulati o wealh upon endgame wafens:
Presbyterian church ever Sunday after which Mr. Debs could iitaugiate hin Section 1. Whenever in the 1judlg-
eoon at 3:30 o'clock. Al are invited.
Baptist-Chuch, corer of Wyoming practice, what wealth has been col- mert of the conuty commissions of
avern'i and Cincluna i street. Church elected by the frugal and provident is any county in the state of Florida it
conferere .. .tutday before firM. Sunday
at 4 p. m. Sunday school every Sunday at a great source of ivantage to the is deemed necessary for the protec-
9:30 a. m. Preaching second and t'our'h surrounding country. tion of the fish and game interests of
Sundays in each month. Itev. J. P. Smith 1 s a I i
astr i Undoubtedly a colonyy conducted a county, they shall recommend to the
Presbyterian-Church corner Loraine by ynr. Debs, would be chiirtly coin- govern' the name of a suitable per-
avenue and Drake street.
uathlolic-Church corner Wyoming ave-. poed of total baikrlutts w ho wonli sun for appointtneit as fisiA H ail
3te arid Foster street depend wholly up,,n thle resources of ganme warden for such cou nty.
THE MAILS. nature and the empl.,ymcLit aliurrdet' Sec. 2. Upon thle recomin mneudation
The northern mail, via Anderson, Gay, by totheias or their livilehood, conse- of the county cc,nmmissioners of any
Bayead and Chipley departs every day results of the county in the stare ol Flurida, the
except Sunday .tt 3:00 o'clock; a. m ; ntthebneiciet sult ofteco
arrives every day except Suniay at importation of capital could not be governor shall appoint a fizh ant1m
7:40 p. ,' lie t .iius we wden .r cny wo
East Bay mail for Harrison, Cromanton, enjoyed by the pre ent citizens who game warden for such county who
Parker, Farndale aud Wetappo, leaves now commiinand hlihiientt labor to exe- shall cntituo in office for Il 1nr
St.. Andrews going cast e,'r morning
Sat 6 ond L a roiv, coming cute any project they bhonll attempt, years, and until his successor shall be
every afternoon at 1 clock. were there the proper amotiint of cap- apl pointe-l anl qualilied.
SS BY, ital to der-ay tlecessail expenses Sec. 3. The duty ,f the fi.h and
VERNON TELEPHONE CO. during thl" cunstructl.in of such game wairdeni shall be to enfoa ee
(Incorporated Nov. 7. 1886.) an undertaking. the fish and game laws of the state
SCHEDULE O RATES: oro each of Mr. Debs stands pre-eminent in of Florida. for the protection of fi&h,
mne the socialistic fratern ity as a pessi- oysters and game in the counties for
Between St.Andrews Bay & Gay.... 10c which y shall ve been oint
S 'A "' Bayhead15c mitst anid an agitator, who entirely which hey tsheall have bieen o appoiut,,c,
Chipley. 25c depends upon his ability to cicate and 1t pros-cute all violation. of such
Chipley & Bayhead..... disturbance and dissension among la s. And fur the better elforece-
9 Gay ......... 2e .. ment of the law, they may appoint
Bayhead &Gay......... 5c the present contented citizens as a et of the law, tie y
For transmission by telegraph 10,. as by w h to ecsure hi desired elepulies residing at convenient local-
extra, not including telegraphic service. a by hih to seue i esieit.
A. J. GAY, Gen'l Mgr. personal amolioration, and ascend to Sec. 4 The cmensati f
Si.ec. -4. Tlie compensation of tlie
Tarker L d N 14 his much craved position of iindivi- fish angaear shall be fixed
barker Lod N 142 dual supremecy, which has all-along b the cny cmrnso e xe
A.. JP. ; -A- 1V. I "i '. by the county comnishioncis cf each
Regular o .uni- 'been pronmpter by his chlaractisti e t
Regular Conimllno- ,count v.
S cation on aturday, insatiate greed, regardless of the Sc. 5. The ardens and their
S p bu urbe.fore each full i.evitable concquences which will deepties shall have power to arrest
moon. befall the reading population who and take before a magistrate and
Visiting Brothers are to be the innocent victims ol his subject to trial, according to law,
Fraternally invited. avarice. ua t ,sou violating any of the fi. h
W. H. PARKER W. M. ay pron violating any of the i0ih
W. A. EMMO. Secretary. Experience of generations has anid game laws ;'l the state. And
u- m shown that constant wvar against the magistrate may order the seizure
Soa)ital hit exercised but little in- of any of the imilcments u-edl by the
BUSINESS DIREY fluenco in alleviating any existing offenders in the violation of such law.
W. A. EMMONS, deplorable conditions ofthe laborer- Sec. 6. In cotiuies where no such
Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and No- if such conditions ever existed-and wardens are appointed, it shall be the
tary Public for the Staite at Large; has
jurisdiction to administer oaths, take for those whose chief ambitions and duty :f The sheriffs of the several
afllcavits, legalize ackliowlbdgments,
etca., nher in Florida. Special aents aspirations lie in the amount of dis- counties to act as fish and. game
tention given to land conveyances and cont-nt they can stimulate among w-.Ten, with the same powers, duties
to marriage services. Office at the their fellowmen, to be imported in tie and responsibilities
IPUOY Office, St. Andrews Bay.
midst of an exceptionally prosperous Sec. 7. Any fish and game war-

DR. J. J. KESTER, and contented people, leaves ample den, or hiis deputy, who bliall fail to
Homeopathic Physician ndt Ac- room for the entertainment of serious take cogniza"ce of the violation of
coucher. Office Pioneer Drug Store, doubts as to whether the addition of any of the fish and game laws of this
corner of Shell avenue and Michi- such a class would either be instru- state, when the same is hIinught to
ga stAreet, mental in the promotion of' a renew- his notice, shall be punished by a
ed prosperity, or judicious in the fine not exceeding $50, o0 in default

DR. W. r-. MITCHELL, preservation of the enviable position thereof, to be committed to jail for
Physician and Druggist, Postotfice Block, which West Florida at present ep- sixty days.
citizens of St. Andrtus and vicinity, joys; both socially anid politically. Sec. S. This act shall take effect
Residence on Buena Visla avenue. While it is theo intention of West immediately aftei its passage and ap-

C. H. CRIPPEN, Florida people to foster immigration piroval by the governor.
Notary Piubic. rather than to repel it, some atten- Sec. 9. All laws and parts of laws
Will attend oromptlyv to all business de- Lion should be paid to the class of in conflict with the provisions of this
nianding his attention. Office on HIay- citize:-s which are to be invited. A act be and the same are hereby re-
view street, one l.tk least f T relclhiosl and communi.stic class are pealed.
., Dauford's slAuore.

pyjamas. Oh, couldn't I murder you,
Major Percival Waynel"
Poor Wayne's cup was indeed full to
overflowing. Martin and some of the
youngsters lugged Will off to squeeze
,him into last year's garments, made on
oadet meamut, and then down caieu
Kitty, the bonniest of brides, in the
daintiest and most coquettish of cos-
tunmes, and while Rorke and his satel-
Utes were passing the champagne, and
everybody-no, almost everybody-was
r g abot the e tood
... women.- l ong.

learned to call her from your sweet
wife-my salutatioye to her ladyship-
is, as you know, in. the third wok of
I -rs v i a U' *Athis,

JOCE, OI ornny, DVnW-) m1 1w LIY nJ1MrUa"
tion. In out cadet days we used to say
'extras breed extras,' and I'm thinking
what that wedding day of Will's is re-
sponsible for. First there's you and
Miss Ellis-God bless 'eml There's
Leale and Mrs. Royle Farrar-God re-
ward 'eml There's Old-Man-Heap-
Mashed-in-the-Moon and Miss Lucretia
-God help 'eml But, do you know, we
believe our bully old colonel has the
promise now of being made at last just
the happiest man in old Fort Frayne."

A Wonderful Pill.
Uncle Sam-Wbhy, doctor, that look
like the pill McKinley gave me to re-
duce my revenue.
Dr. Dingley-Yes, its ingredients are
practically the samo, though perhaps
they are somewhat stronger.
U. S.-But you say this is to increase
my revenue. How can it work both'
Dr. D.-It's a protection and prosper-
ity pill and will produce any effect de.
sired. It's an infallible cure for any
and all fiscal and industrial ills. If tak-


lhe worl.l. Perhaps.-tne o.t *amo tcB b la r nnoi-
tie ivnl,. Ihrhapibs., too4- moetching up bills In sufficiently large quantities, it
of the pictures is 'Tiau's *' ared odds and ends, while Lucretia tremn- will keep all foreign germs out of yotre
att Piofane Love," and Cor ggio's lously and Fonton, Farwelland Amory system and leave you happy, prosperous
'Danae," alter long wandering .. here delightedly watched him, and then and-
luls a home. Raphael is re| eient- came a new excitement Enter Will, U. S.-Hold on there, doctor You've
ed by the *Enutomnbment," wlh l has squeezed at last into the light gray said enough to convince me that, like
a very interesting hi.story. 'There tweeds he had so complacently donned all advertised panaceas, it's a quack
re er pictures by Solo Fra year before and that now fitted him remedy. Besides, I've tried it and found
Bar totlerictu Areas by St ran like the skin of a sausage. A sudden it about the nastiest dose I ever took.
Barto lica, A iea I Sat ra-move of one arm carried away the It's effects were also bad-very bad. It
cesco Fiancia, and mlauy others, breast button. deranged my whole system and filled it
The ilecalent maters of Hi Be- "It's no use," be cried. "I'm worse so full of trust germs that I've been laid
naissance are pr bably better repre- off than Peggotty. Every jnmp's a bat- up ever since. I don't want any more
rented heie than else where. ton." And then Kitty caught sight of of your "protection" pills and don't
him, and then there came a secne. see why they called a protection doctor
Mark Twain's Philanti-fopy. What's that?" shooeolaiumd. "That again. It must have been by mistake.
Maik Twain once attondea mis- isn't the man I married. I won't stir a
sionatry meeting in IartfUrd, al which step with him in those things." Women's Dreaa Goods WIll Come High.
"But I haven't any other," pleaded The extremely high duties which
a missi., ary mate an atdres .After Will in despair. Ding ley proposes to collect from worn-
li.teniig to the agonizing iory of "Who want you to koear such men's dr,tss gods should b.- more goner-
suffer.tig, Maik Twain said-to him. things?" she fairly screamed in almost ally understood by tho women of this
self. "For Giod's hake, send tilt plate hysterical laughter. "I married a sol- country. It is they who must suffer
around, so I can pour nyv sji0pathy dier. Your uniform, sir, your best most because of these duties. Here are
into it. I'll give yon these fc&r $100 blouse and trousers and forage cap, and a few samples of the increased duties
bills. and if I can get a piece 4tf paper' don't you dare wear cits till tell you. taken from a list prepared by Mr. P. B.
I'll write cheek for something more. And, as it was manifest that he Worrall of tbo dress goods importing
I'll write check for oetin mre. couldn't wear those now inc.wting him, firm of Fred Butterfield & Co. of New
I can vei v well s pare a little money the groom a third time hastened away York:
for a cause like that." Put the to the upper regions, and, while dozeus "A wool and cotton cloth costing in
lecturer went ou talking aug as he clustered as before about Kitty, an ab- England Is. per yard, equal to 24 cents
talked. Twain's eiithusiasittalimed. sorbed group still hung upon the move- in our money, weighing 16 ounces to
"And when the uiibi/.q-y had ments of the major. The light as of the running yard, costs under the pres-
been talking for a half d bour," other days was dawning on his face. ent tariff 83.6 cents per yard, while un-
he continues, "i had saved o those He was searching still, and at last, he der the proposed tariff it would cost
Shn found and drew forth a tiny box, at sight 67 8-16 cents per yard.
bill, and when be hafd tailed five of which Lucretia's maiden heart flut- "A wool and cotton cloth costing in
mniues more two of those bis were tered almost out of her throat. England 2s. 4d. per yard, equal to 56
mine again, and lien he hid been "And now what have you unearthed, cents in our money, weighing 28 ounces
talking an hour I had wonu''l four old Rip Van Winkle?" boomed Fenton. to the running yard, and costing under
bills baLk, and by gosh, 4hen be "A ring, by all that's gorgeous-a ling, the present tariff 78.4 cents per yard,
finally aent that plate aromuu I bor- and a beauty, and an inscription on it. would under the proposed tariff cost
towed 10 cents to pay my r fare 'P. W. to L. F., 1874.' Who's P. W.? $1.4858 per yard.
homeW" Who's-but a glance at his sister's trans- "An all worsted cloth, costing in
ho e.figured face as she tottered there at his England 2s. Id. per yard, equal to 50
a side warned the old warrior to desist. cents in our money, weighing 16 ounces
"" -W5n, -,ue was panting with excitement. to the running yard, and costing under
S"I know," he cried. "Of course it the present tariff 70 cents p(ri yard,
S' wasn't my class ring. It was thin. I would cost under the proposed tariff
got it for"- And here he turned and $1.298 per yard.
ecOlindrew her to his arm, and the others "A 82 inch black serge (cotton
considerately moved away as at last warp), costing in England 7 5-8d. per
u that ring was fitted to the finger that yard, equal in our money to 15.25 cents,
Sr had been waiting for it 20 long years. weighing less than 4 ounces to the
Five minutes more, and with Rorke square yard, costs under the present tar-
leading off in the cheers, with music iff 22.87 cenis per yard. Under the pro-
Is the tlme that trlns all a c.^ and sunshine, mirth and gladness, smiles posed tariff it will cost 80.07 cents per
Is the time that tries all a C and tears and prayers and blessings, the yard.
of the mother and all th kill of young couple were whirled away to the "A 27 inch black seiilienne (cotton
maternal management.' Baby station, bound for the bliss of the honey- warp), costing in England 7 7-8d. per
comfort ccmes from ,t ; fat moon. yard, equal to 15.75 cents in our mon-
mes rom t But what made that wedding day so ey, weighing 8.7 ounces to the running
babies have Iuihing t 0 but remarkable was that it seemed to lead yard, costs under the present tariff
to sleep and grow. to so many more. There came a letter 28.62 cents per yard. Under the pro-
If your baby does n seem from Martin to Jack Ormsby only the posed tariff it will cost 88.02 cents per
f your baby de sh d s eem other day. The latter, being a New -yard.
to prosper, if he does t gain York guardsman, was sweltering in his Blaine Opposed a Duty on HBdes.
In weight, you must g more tent at Peekskill, while Mrs. Jack con- The following letter from Secretary
fat there. A few dropf- soled herself by a brief visit to the of State James G. Blaine in 1800 is
Leales at West Point. The former be- supposed to have ad great weight with
fat he f ing a West Pointer, fell back naturally the ways and means committee:
into the vernacular of bis cadet days, Ways and mea April 10, committee:
and this was somewhat as he wrote: DEAR MR. MKIrNLEV--It is a great mistake
"Your blessed brother-in-law continues take hide from the free list, where they
to be the joy of the Twelfth, and the have tben for so manny years. It is a slap in
the face to the South Anericmas, w-lth whom
each day will put on iump- dovecot is every whit as hospitable as we aro trying to enlarge our trade. It will
ness; fat outside, life inside, Amory's. But of course Will and Mrs. benefit the farmer by adding 5toSper cent to
baby and mother both Will haven't outlived their salad days, thb price of his chlldrme 'sb.. It will yield
baby and mother both ppy. and their tiffs and make ups are too a profit to tho butter only, the nlatni na that
Your baby can take d rel- funny for anything. Will isjustrsi true otgtnitng to end, in uvory form and phac.A
ish Scott's Emulsion much a soldier as ever, but we always know Pray stop it, before it .ses light. BaSh move-
inl Sco s Eiuio much when the 'wind's in the east' at the mente as this for protection will protect the
In summer as in an other cot by his becoming even more aggres- Yours hily, Jinto a G.ed recent.
seaon. sively, austerely, self denyingly mill- Hon. William McKinley, Chairman Ways and
wr sale by aU druggiatsULt s. &d t. tary. Just now all is bliss, for dear Moans.
lady Farrar. 'Queen Mother.' a we 'hre is the Blaine this veaf wtfl

can head off tie westoruefs Who *ahi
their share cf protection and foolishly
iwiugiue thr. tLhey can get it by a duty
on hidts? It i'a p(ifvetly consistent with
the protection ry.sttnm to tax hides, es-
pecially as rite bulk of the tax would
probably go to a fow monopoly butch-
ers and rancbujen. i.t observe some of
the tffcts upon ourindusta'its:
The importatious of untaxed bides
and Fkins last year were valued at $20,,
21ti,52;. The goatskins were valued at
$10,303,C'59. The former were mostly
converted into sole leather, belting
and such like heavy material, for which
our native hides are not thick enough.
The goatakins are not produced in this
From this raw material we not only
manufacture boots,. shoes and leather
goods for our own people cheaper and
better tu thy aro Auia elsewhereT,.

entitled to coustrne the law, and I
render my opinion in deference to
your excelleucy'.s snbmisiorin of the
matter to Ti',, mild as aan answer to
the general ;ni1niry made at this orf
flee i ativ'e ( tlis law.
Vrny i espiectfnlly,
:V I. lA[.\.i 'u. A.uul n v y (Juneilit.

Washington County
.\ N

West Florida
Against the World;


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products of. the value of $20,242,756.
Without free and! cheap raw material
this export trade would have been im-
possible, and our own people, as Mr.
Blaine pointed out, would be compelled
to pay more for their footwear. The
wages paid to our workers in leather
last year amounted to $25,542,166.
Protecting the Few Woolgrowers.
Suppose the Dingley duties on wool
would give the woolgrowers all the
protection claimed and that the price
of wool would actually go up the full
amount of the duty, which, of course,
is absnrd. What would be the effect up-
on the country at large?
Mr. Eduard Athkmon, statistician,
estimates the anmnal wool product at
$55,000,000 out of a total of $18,200,-
000,000 produced by all the workers of
the country and the persons dependent
on the wool industry at 800,000 out of
a total population of 78,000,000. The
wool duty then means that out of every
240 persons 289 are to be "held up" for
the benefit of the other one. This is a
sample of what protection does. Of
course more than 800,000 persons may
sometimes raise a few sheep, but the
interests of these others are more those
of the consumer than of the sheep raiser,
and they would lose more because of in-
creased cost of woolens than they would
gain by the increased price of wooL
The protective tariff system is a farce
when considered iu connection with the
farmer or the workingman. Will they
ever fully appreciate it?

"Hal" he hissed. "I will make it
hot for himl" Ho paused.
"Nay," said he softly, "I must wait
until next summer. Let me not forget
the ethics of my profession."
Be had not remembered for the nonce
that he wasa janitortu a stack et 8ated-.
-Cinoinnakii nqujiks W

N ot Encouraging.
George-I wonder if your father
would have me for a son-in-law?
Marie-Very likely. Papa and I al-
waysdisagree.-New York Journal.


Of Attorney General Lamnar
On the Fish Law.
Attorney General \mn. B. Lamar
at the request of Guv. Bloxham, has
given the following opinion on the
"Fuller Fish Law." It is not iii
harmony with the decision of Countj
Judge Jones of Titusville, heretofore
published in the Brom:
Office of the Attorney General, Tal-
lahassee, Fla., July 14, 1897.-Gov-
ernor VW. D Bluxliam, Tallahassee:
Sir:--I have the li,,,,ir to be in re-
ceipt of the letter t' Mr. IH. V. McIl-
vaine of Tanm-,i. Fla., referred to yot
for my con-tincti,,n ,,f the "Fuller
Fish Law," relative to catching muil-
let between cei tain ilte.-.
I do not kniw whether this laiw
will woik injustice uponi a certain
class of our people or not as is charged,
but it seems to mo that the object
and intent of the law is directly ex-
pressed in terms, viz.: That mullet
must not be caught in tle waters of
the state hetwoen the 15th day of
dune and tlle 15th day of A.ugust,
and between the 15th day of Noveni-
ber and the 31st day of December in
each year; provided, that this lai@
shall not be construed to prohibit the
catching of fihh in cast nets, or by
hook an. line. f.
'The special inhibition against.
catching mullet between the latter
dates It, in my opinion; in additiomi
to the general inhibition enibiaced in
the former dates, which provides
against catching "any fish" in the
waters of this state "within" those
period", except a abovee mentioned.
I have read thlie very able opinion
of Judge Minor S. Jones, construing
this law, but cannot agree with hii's
view of the same.
The courts having juristdiction of
the offenses named in the statute are

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410 AF-


NoTr.-It must he remembered that the
wind is not a wholly reliable motive pow-
er and if the sailors sometimes find it im-
.ospible to make schedule time it mus t he
ekarged to the elements; they do the best
they can.

The Buckeye returinel Irom Pensa-
cola Sunday innrnixg.
The Win. Crawfort sailed for
Pensacola Satnrdlay afternoon.

Carrres the East Bay Mail between St.
Andrews Bay, Wetappo and intermedi-
nte points. Leaves St. Andrews daily
(except Sunday) at 6:00 a. m.; nrrire at
Welappo at 12:30 p. m.; leave Wetappo
at 1 :00 p. inm.; arrives at St. Andrews .it

Harrison, Crommonton, Parker, T'lts-
burg and Farmdale. For passenger aad
freight rntes, see rate card in tile s.v-
eral postoffifices.,


Leaves St. Andrews Bay every Tuesday,
leaves Pensacola every Friday,
(weather permitting). Special atten-
tion will be given to receiving and
forwarding freight tor narties living on
East and North Bay, .'Insseugers for
points on either arm of the Bay can
depend upon securing prompt traIns-
portation at reasonable rates. For
further inform ition apply to
L. M. WARE & Co.. Agir

A Week's Weather.
The following table shows what the
tem'porature at St. Andrews has been
during the past week, from oblervationi s
taken at the lito office each, morning
and noon:

Thursliay...... July
Friday............ .
Saturday......... "
Sunday......... "
Monday.... ..... "
Wednesday ...... "

Morn. Noon.
2-? '-1 84
:?3 8i hS
21 81I T.
-25 8118 90
26.' 82 89
7 83 b7
.2' 83 88

Just try a 10c box of Uiscarctts, the
finest liver and bowel regulattor ever mada
Florida Forty Years Ago.
Forty years ago, says the Jasper
News. right here in Florida there was
not a mile of railroad, except the one
Irom Tallahassee to St. Marks, and
- -- nines used on that we yellow

ton from here to Jacksonville was $9.
Jack.nonville itself only had 800 in-
habitants. There was not a daily in
the State, and plenty of trails in the
SState could be traveled for a hundred
Sitils anti not a trace of a human be-
ing be seen. The chased railroads are
responsible for the changed condition
of things. No wonder the people
cuts 'eiti.

CREAT SALES prove the great
merit of Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Hood's Sarsaparilla sells because it
accomplishes CREAT CURES.

No Starviug in Florida.
Jacksonville Journal of Commerce.
We are all given to lolk ing upon t ie
dark side of the picture and to coim-
jpinitning. Many uf our troubles are
imaginary. If we couli only thinii
.so, the times are not so desperately
hard in this country, after all. \Vhen
we hear of the_ thousands that are
perbihing ino their lands !ior the want
otf food to sustain life, we should be
thankfni that these comforts are
abundantly vouchsafed to us. We
dare say there is not a man in Florida
who has not these necessaries if he
nses tli ordinary efforts to obtain

Gold front Australia.
A cable from London to the Evcniig
Post says: Arrangemnents have been
made to ship direct to the United
States a considerable amount of gold,
from Australia. Thins is not general-
ly known, and coming at the monieint
when the gold muovements from New
York to London are looked for, will
create much interest.
Reasons Why Chamberlain's
Colice, Cholera and Diarrhea
-Remedty Is the Best. _
1. Because it affords instant relief in a
,ease of pain in the stomach, colie and
cholera morbus.
2. Because it is the only remedy that
never fails inthe most severe eases of
dysentery and diarrhoea.
3. Because it is the only remedy thai
will cure chronic diarrhoea. t
*I. E.eenuse it is the only remedy that d
will prevent bilious colic. .
5. Beeause it is the only remedy that r
will care epidemical dysentery. t
0. Because It is the only remedy that s
ean-arlways be depended upon in cases of 'j
cholera fnfarturm.
7. Because -it ws the irost prompt and
S most reliable medicine in 'use for bowel d
V. Because it produce's no had reqalts.
9. Because it is pleasant arrd safe to
take. n
10. Because it has saved the lives of tb
more people than any other remedy In the W
w'elid. t.
The 25 and 50c sizes for sale ty L M.. C
W'ar A&- Co.. St. Andrews and Bavhead. e

-J. M. Wills has remodeled the rie-
ging of his yawl, Thelma, changing
It from a sloop to a caL-rig.
-Wannamaker & Brown's samples
for Tailor Made Suits at L. M. Ware &
Co's. Call ar.d get prices.
-N. W. Pitts will pay the highest,
market price, in cash or trade, for
green salted alligator bides. He wants
all he can get.
-"Lewis' men's and women's Ox
ford ties, from $1 to $2, and a nice lot of
patent tip low cuts at $1 a pair at at L.
M. Ware & Co's.
-At least two tu- pentine camps are
to be opened up in the near future, not
far from the line between Washington
and Caihoun counties.
-There will be preaching in the M.
E. church by John T Johnson, on
Tuesday and Wednesday evening, Aug.
3d a d 4th, at 7 o'clock p. m.
-J. E. Evans of Point Washington,
has been appointed county uommiision-
er for the fourth district of Washing-
ton county, vice Gen. Wm. Miller re-
-A .rood big Tablet for 5 cls: a larger
one for 8 cts and a good thick school
La&Lotab l ith 17.5 v( for l itiwli-h

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The only question raised, was: Did
Washington county's representative
exercise reasonable diligence when the
e.al was made. Of course, Calhoun I
would hate to give upCromanton. The
BUOY has made no canvass of the Cro-
anotou Peninsula; but it is confident C
hat if one were to be made, the desire
vould be found to be almost unanimous
o be attached to Washington county.
certainly, geographically, there is ev- 1
rv reason why it should be so attached

In Feeble Health

Unable to do Her Work--Nervous
and Tired- All These Troubles
Cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla.
"For the past four years I have been in
feeble health, and for two years past,
owing to change of climate, I have not
been able to do my work. I was nervous
and had a tired feeling and was under the
treatment of physicians, but I continually
grew worse. My husband insisted on my
trying Hood's Sarsaparilla and I finally
consented, and began taking it the first of
June, 1896. The first bottle did me so
much good that I continued with it, and
after taking four bott les and or bpjt le of
Hood's Pills I am able to do my work,
and the tired, nervous feeling Is entirely
cured." MRS. G. N. HOBEA, Suwanee, Ga.


Sarsaparilla1r9s B,1o ,
True Bl'od
Purifier. Sold by all druggists. $1; six for .5.
Hood's Pills all Liver IIl and
Hood's P kllSick Headache. 25c.
-H'tve \our smoked gla-s .*uady thii
oingW'i, from 1, to D10 i,'CiUCk, to take

cLTrr =_ M1irrnm eeiTpTpRWrTirMrYT. =- -
-W. L. Brown, a, prominent Mason
of DeFuniak died there ou the 21,st
inst from the effects of a cancer of seven
years standing. He had been a citizen
of Walton county for more than forty
years, loved and respected by every
one. He was bnried with the Masconic
honors from Hernunm Lodge no 10s of
which he was a member.
-The latest indications were that b.-
the time this irLue of the Bu'oY reaches
its reader- the great coal miners' strike
will have been settled by arbitration.
and the country will experience a sense
of relief that this, one of the most stu-
pendou- strikes ever known has been
amicably settled, and that very little.
intemperate violence %as re.-o)rted to bv
the strikers.

The Young Peoples Baptist Union
meets at the 13aptit church every
Sunda.ty at 3 .,. in. All invited.
The Y. P. S. C. E. meets every Sun-
day aftei noon a.t 3:30 o'clock at the
-Presbytrritin clhu rc h. All interested
in Chi'iistian Endeavor work are
earnestly invited to attend.

Persona l.
Mrs. Ii. A. Higeo,:,m, who hiam
been visiting .vith Mrs. E. J. Lynch
(,,ir c'veral lays, departed I "r lher
home in Chipiley, Mumlay.
Mis. W. A. Emmon., Mrs. E. J.
Lynch and little son, Chalile, left
..N,,day ,for Clilly in the family con-
ve) atice, with the inteaition of attu.nid-
ing the Corn Fair at PensacLula oin
the 28th.
Iait. L. t a

L- -I --r

handsome covers and good, ruled paper,
at the BUOY office.
-Our correspondents will please bear
in mind that their favors must lie mailed
early enough to reach us not later than
Monday evening; otherwise they cannot
appear in the current issue.
-The regular quarterly meeting of
the St. Andrews Bay Horticultural and
Improvement Association will be held
at the usual place, on Watson Bayou on
Friday, July 30, .it 12 o'clock, m.,
-A party of St. Andrews people,
gentlemen aud ladies went to the gulf
beach in the Sea Bird, saturday, anid
enjoyed themselves immensely, bath-
ing, gathering shells and picrnicing
-Wagoners and fish haulers can find
plenty of fish all the time and l-,bh roe
and oysters in their season at W. H.
Shand's store, Parker, Fla.; also pleas-
ure boats for tho-se within 10o make ex-
cursions to the Gulfor elsewhere.
-The St. Andrews Bav Horticultural
and Improvement Association is prepar-
ed to clear, improve and plant into fruit
any tract of land which may be given
them. It will pay all persons to buy a
tract from them and have it improved.
-Messrs. Frederick W. Marsh and
BucknerChipley have formed a co-
partenership, styled Marsh & Chipley,
to practice law in the State of Florida,
and have established an office -in Suite
No. 5, Clubbs Building, Pensacola,
-Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date lino and views of
either Cincinnati Hill or Buena Vista
Point at 8c. per dozen; also map of the
letter sheAV at 12c. per dozenj,"Tifm
BuOY office.
-The Jacksonville Metropolis has
discarded its steam power and fixtures
and substituted electric motor therefore,
and the Metropolis now owns oneof the
finest afternoon newspaper plants in the
South, and will doubtless continue to
improve the-paper steadily.
-If you are thinking of buying prop-
erty in St. Andrews or immediate vi-
cinity, you cannot afford to purchase
until you have conferred with the pro-
prietor of the BuOY. If you are short of
money and want to buy on your own
time for actual settlement you can be
-DeFuniak Herald: A correspon-
dent of the Citizen says that President
Clute, of the State Agricultural Col-
le ge, seems to have the boa -d of trus-
tees hypnotized. It looks that way.
And Superintendent Sheats seems to
have the State Board of Education
under th i same spell.
-A book on cage birds, containing
over 150 engravings and a lithographic
plate showing all the different kinds of
fancy canaries in their natural colors,
full information in regard to song,
fancy canaries and how to breed them
for profit. Hints on the treatment and
breeding of all kinds of cage birds, with
descriptions of their diseases and the
remedies needed 'to cure them. All
about parrots and how to teach them
to talk. Instructions for building and
stocking an aviary. The most complete
book of the kind ever published, irres-
pective of prico. Mailed to any ad-
dress on receipt of 15c, by the Associat-
ed Pauciers, 400 N. ;3rd St., Philadel-
Calhoun New : "We admit that 100.-
0(i0 acres of land subject to taxation is
enough to go into ecstacies over; but if
we understand things right we only re-
ceived part of what; is our due. We
have not the records at hand, but have
been told time and again that the line
originally ran near Parker along the
old Watson road, and that it was chang-
ed unconstitutionally. We hope the
citizens of Cromanton and vicinity are
not of the same opinion as the BUOY
and wish to be attached to Washing-
ton county, for we would hate to give
ip this territory or its inhaditants. The
BUOY should have given Representative
Spencer the credit of getting this ter-
riwory back, and not Senator Clark."
bThe- HLov knows nothing about any
ancient or obsolete records, any more
han does the editor of the News; nor
loes it censure Calhoun county's repre-
e 'tatives. They simplydid what al-
most any one would do-lookud after
heinterests of their county and con-
tituents and drove a good bargain.

.J. Allet Rankin. one of dlie best
known real estate deal'-rs in lIill.liiiro
county with his wife and two-year-old
child, started for a sail on Six-Mile
creek. By some mnistortune the boat
was capsized and Mrs. Rank in was
drowned. Mr. Rankin and the Iaby
camua very near meeting the same sadil
fate. A party on the river, a little
distance aIway, noticed the strange
condition of the boat and run.he.I t,
the rescue just in time to sav Mr.
Rankin from a watery grave.
After considerable search, tlhi.
body of the unfortunate wuilnan was
found n d.
Bryan's Novel Industry.
Moblie Register.
Tom Watson has discovered ilham
Mr. William J. Bryan has invented,
the novel iit'.nstry of a candidate in
perpetual pose for the presidency. He
pays Mr. Bayan the compliment ,f'
saying that he carries on the industry
very cleveI l lie edeemus a part,
whiLich if any other mann sh14-ili pley it-
would make the world yawiiiingly
weary. That is the opinion of a mana
who does not regard Mr. Dryania ,
the inevitable candidate of his party.
Coining from such quarter it is a comn-
pliment indeed.

Last summer one of our grand-children
was sick with a severe bowel trouble, s:ta\-
Mrs. E. G. Gregory, of Fredricktito a1i,
Mo. Our doctor's remedy had fail--d, thIiu
we tried Chamberlain's Colic Chilcer.i an d
Diarrhoe Remedy, which gave v.-ir speed)
relief, For sale by L. M. Ware & -.'.. St.
Andrews and Bayhead, and all niadicini.

How to Find Him.
"Tobacco smoking," said a traveler,
"is so common in Holland that it is al-
most impossible to distinguish one per-
son from another in a room full of
smokers." 5
"But, supposing you want to speak
to some one present, how are you to find
him out?"
"Ah, in such a case a waiter is sent
round with a pair of bellows, with
which he blows away the smoke from
tho face of every person until the right
one is found. "-New York Weekly.

Punctures the Theory. (
The opposition of the protected inter- .
wts of Massachusetts to a duty on bides '
ooks like nu alandoumentof the favor- a
ito r* ct~,-.c *U-1,ict ftivnnn 41 ,. ".l a... n


A Cum

demand ,
a Illess'i .ge
leicy h Co
anui that
gives to a
lie mies ,a;
to wari an
yet it is F
f-iets ai,1 d
stnllid mII)
the alppi i

An A,.i
Pl esilelt
tariff hill
him [i
Floridi; .

lie "Sweared Off."
A little sCliol gir lit. the rural dis-
tricts of Georgia was assigned t com-
position on "Temnperance," and the
following is the result: rTemper dance
is more better than whisky. Whisky
is 10 cents a drink, and lots of it. My
lIa drinks whisky., lie has been full
one hundred and thirteen times. One
nighlit lie came home late, and my
ma went oat ond cut some hickories
an d wolloped hint good. Then she
ducked }his head in a tub of soaspuds
and locked him up in the bari. And
the next morning my pa said he reck-
oned he' sw\vear off."
The Protectionist Performance.
The following is a part of ex-Con-
gressuan John De Witt Warner's criti-
cism of the Dingily bill:
;"As it .-alnis the most brilliant part
cf i:..' :.'-- g p.i if'raiance conr ists'iu
cati. .-. v d. >-t the samu. actors in
the- lity-litat c.:igr'.'s. The McKinley
bill ,t thbtc date %\as virtually eutitltd
'6a ii I to rt idue re'\ uuis.' The Dingley
bill isL.-;-ciially coiuiunnded as a revenue
a r *, 'li^ MQt.v .i_1w-L

ILi hil, a ', :il i1e1'." ti, p '.-ii lln.
Sll 'I'r of 'I E\ x..iti)veru,,r F.
P. Fieifiii a' lack-,eivtilie and
I:vltr .s.1.'.-'. ,4. C. K-_ler and R. l.
'nl'ial of ewv Y.li k, c.am, ln t ihei
cal'iitL Oil on uesitlay iel .o. ntiiigi the
iie crtiiah y-
MiLr. Ca2T1 chliief engineer of thli
coinil,:ny, i.s till here I lo I ;ii l ni| ti he-
tli graplihy tlhe c u tii 'ry.
It i., said ihat tlie new compianl
has ainlaie uitiaiis it build lihe canal,
and that they are piiepaiinig, :o file
articles of incolp)rtion. TL'I- i [io-
p ,-.L lii itl I rI'epoitedi, ill .i-, ianI
at orl iieair -.. \uguistin e, and entel
the (Inil at or iiear Cedar Key. Thel
filti ilrvey will I.egiin tlhi.- l.ill.

No (ire---No *Pay..
That is the wav all dlrun gil.i l sell IGrI '-
TiSLAiC -s ChiiU T"'ii lur cihills niil 1
laiii. It is simply iron aind quinine in .1
tasllese tl'uimn. Children ljet- it. \NJdults
prefer it tu hitter, na:iis at-iin Ionics.
Price, 50c.

First Tberamometer.
The first thermometer was made iun
1621 by a Dutch physicist named Cor-
nelius Van Drebbell and consisted of a
tube filled with air, closed at its uppur
ond, and dipping at its other extremity,
which w-as opeu, in a bottle of nitrk
neid dilute- with water. As thle tLm-
p(1.,ture roe or fell the air in the tube
inerra.et-d rAr grew less in volume, uud
coLSqiquintiy the liquid descended or
rose. '1hiai ustrumelt is now known as
tu athet Lumter, Lut as its measure-
no fixed prifCiPN

lie Detective VWis

Yes, the detective won, and
the story of how he did it is
one of the most exciting ever
told. You can read it in these
columns. It is entitled


)f Evidence

It wa, written by Rodrigues
Ottrolengt:i, the author of "An
Artist in Crime," and one of
the strongest writers of de-
tective stories living.
We have purchased the rights
for this thrilling tale and the



ey, Florida.

L;I'.-uI:. I E,. VS-W.GA.'y, MANAGER.

Parties en route for St. Andrews Bay or other points
can arrange for conveyance at reasonable rates by ad-

dresping, A. J. GAY, Chipley, Florida.

Sis altogether ntoo lengthy
iiblica lin iby the LBi.,,
', alItL with wlhilesoi
o estat, liChe O. i I.Icil e-- of
, anil shimtlil comiuininl
I of all coilisle.g*men
Sai ty bias.

I(.vy Diplomacy.
ted Prc,;l di.-ipatch seay-,
tKinley signed the new
h i a gil peno fi ni-iii
r"llgl easn ;ia II Di igl,'y.
(,it the inlcileit hasS alv
|lii;ica ice ienlaiis tu In-



-.- < -< -.-. -_ _- 0

, Hats : and

cures nervous prostration. Not mi-
raculously, but scientifically, by first
removing the germs of disease, and then
supplying healthy nerve food, Increasing
the appetite, helping digestion and strength-
ening the entire system. Desperate cases
require prolonged treatment as shown by
that of Mrs. M. B. Reed. of Delta, Iowa, who
writes: "As the result of a lightningstroke,
the physicians said I had a light stroke of
paralysis, my limbs would all draw up. I
Dr. Miles' would have throbblugs
in my chest that seemed
vine unendurable. For three
months I could not sleep
I-estores and for three weeks did
.. ,,not clo I
fls~ rayed- pra ye -
feltthatif relief did not come I would be
doad or insane. I took Dr. Miles' Restora-
tive Nervine and the second night slept two
hours and from that time on my health Im-
proved; slowly at first, but steadily and
surely. I took in all 40 bottles, and I cannot
express how grateful I am, for I am now
perfectly well, and have taken no medicine
i r o\,cr four months." Dr. Miles' Nervine
Is sold by druggists on guarantee that first
bottle benefits or money refunded.
Book on heart and nerves free. Dr. Miles
Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
Use Dr. Miles' NERVE PLASTaa ftor SPINAL
WEAKNESS. All druggists sell 'em for 25e.






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GSailit Stfe aailxp



Mobile to nrrabele, via Pens cola, St. Andrews
_- r .I.f..i. O -....

255 Tons Burden. Passenger Capacity 50

to St Anrlie .'.s- 13;ay an I
S ... ( in .li.llit .. . .
C a |'rt, n_ lh; .. . .... .....

; 6.i St Andi-ws Bay to Apalachieola.. 2 50'
S. Carraell. .. 3 00?
8 i0 Apaluhchicola to Carrthbelle ....... 7L

5th, 15t.h and 25th at7i p.m. ............M dlo il-. .......... 12th, 22di and 2d a. me
7th, 17Sth and 27t p.m r e t' 11th, 21st and Ist a. m.
7th, 17th and 2 p.m ... '.ra t.A ...... ""
8th, 11.th and 2';h ah.m' I. ...... .\ApIala hii col ........ llth. 21 t and 1st p. m.
th, 11It aid 'th a m. . C.ii a,.lhc ... (h 20i ant d 3:0th noon

Connects at Aralachii-ola with steamr,-rs up Chattahoochee River. At
C'arrabelle with .-'. T.-.t G. Railroad for Tallanha For further information, freight rates and special states for large parties'
ddress, ('APT. .,1 S. 'L.AIK, Mobile, Alabama.

s hereby given 1:at f will on Mon.-I:v the
9th day of July. 189!, apply to lln,. E.
C. Maxwell Judge ,., iIhe Fi .-t JLud,c-.Cl
Jircuif of Florida to have my (ldowIr s.'t
iut and allotted to me in a i,.itaiiia b dv
f land nrow situate lying and being in
Was.hington cour.ty, state of Florida and
escribicd as follows, to nit: ThIe l.It
unihered three (3), of sec: on t(%,. in-
even (27), in township f o (W'', oulh of
ange nineteen (19), west -ontliiiinig
iinetv-three and 66-100trlhs 13 6i; I.i i),
,. -i i 'i. or le-..
Di i.\ 1'. DAVIS,
WVi..lowi or .. II. .i i. de.t-a- ied.
Datt.l Ju ,e-*.'*, 1'-' i..

FdLca. 'r;, ig, BUSineSS,
Situation. ._. t.'> TIne-Writins

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For circular of his famous and responsible
Awarded fledal at World'as Fposjiion.
refers to thousands c-f gra- .ut. Ih p..satn.
ot of Fun f nc-:,a a i. h, TunI-
tion, Books and iu.ard j ni n i.t, .. t .ii .
horthand, Type-Writing, ad Specialties.
03T-The Kentucky Ut '*1-. -' iid,,,r seal
awarded grad taci '.'*r--"r e d'
?n v?<* -c -1 "l l- J *" ^l

St. Andrews PoltrV Yards,
G. \W. SURBER,, S.R Prop.,
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GAL.ATIA, ILLS., NOT. 16,189.
ParisMedicnee Co.. St. Louis, Mo.
Gentlemen:--We sold last year, 00 bottles of
Doight three groatalrady this year. In all or ex-
perlence of It years,. In the drug business, hare
neversuld an article txalave suc unlversal smtin"
action as your Tono. Youm tr uly.
jjunrnr Can *a

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%When you
/ plant seeds, plantI

Always the best.
For sale eveywbere
L D. M. FERRY & CO.,
DetroL Mich .

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ency Commis.sion.
Iicee with thile universal
the nation, Presidenit
,' .slftilled tt congress,
eciimmendiing that a cur-
hlis ionl be aptapointedl
irniediate attcntiiii Ie
lminatiin iof their cnrienicy.



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pl:rie to the poor man's free breakfast
table. Tbhe Dingley bill puts upon engar
-a single item of the brealj'ast table-
one-third of the total amount of the
tariff tax pnrolrosed. The itt ms which
arc iuiypo.od to iet.p the tanner arc- good
exSitupks of so setting your trap as to
'cotch 'i(u a-cumin aud a-gwino.' For
instance, w.- have reciprocity in order
to give the farmwirs a market, abroad for
what it is asumned they cannot produce
for home consumption unless they are
highly protected, as is done by another
section of the bill."

in Hood's Sarsaparilla, which gives
them pure' blood, a good appetite and
new and needed STRENCTH.

%;\r ,.eks from date, as principal cred-
il.,r 4if John Coustantine, deceased, I
1iall apply foran administrator upon his
,.,..l. to the County Judge. W. DOTY.
Jl il. 15, 1897.
1 lie'r.,by given to all parties holding I
I in., against the estate of John Con- I
-t inline, late of Washington county, de- C
.I, to present them to the under- C
- i.-'l i. adniiu istrator within twelve o
i-in ; Irom the date hereof, or the same o
Sill I..- liarred by the statute of limita- N
ii",-. WV. I. SINGLETARY, Admr. d
Ali il 14, 1897. n


St lte of FI,
Notice i,
i'f the under
21st d.iy of
ernor ofl'he
patent ilicol
Luniler Coli
Fil t-'l'i
'lIi t i eig
[:i t t -
shall le the
p: lny, ol' Ch
,. Lbusiness

tin in the ci
iitLS-i lie Ihi' f
general lasht
se i1g arid tL
ag, .-it i.r tlie
n 1-cIt il taxii,
tile dim ,td
Im ing, selli0
hilaJ-; to .. t'r-
ilg uf luin.b: r
l aC tn ri';ng, nli
lui lu l r; 10
stills ian its
and ..li o1 t
ac id ll vJi tit,
an;u sIll 4, ., 1 ,,:t
soce-er k;cd *:
Third Thi
shall h Il,,: $.
.tuxtile as Ita
l' s tid capital
i'lt |i t, siil ti
I,:. ai.'l in w'ial
g nita ion 'it
Sulilg '4 l-te ,
and lindI'.
Fourih- Tl
teund for a t. r
Fitih .-Thsl

id nt, vi,'? r',
ureri-, s S
if i re,
which sh i.ill
V'., r. ;t id I
di.ietours l iav
A l,oard it
ed at a rtgul:i
%r.tr iy the st
Uii'il the lii
shall le presi,i
\ 't.e ra i .;id it
t re ssurer.
N'.t I&ss li.a
:.h ill Co u -titu l
Si x th--ThL .
elteIe', t.:. w li
I iine .all ,(in
The naeldtli .-
pliiritors fire:
Edward F. I
W. ". Keicle
.. VW. Hedth.
W. O. Butle
State of F1
CL'ocniy of wr
Before m', a,1
lt large, per
Kelchlam,, Eqtv
I'.il-r, who K
,-1 Ihi.t he e x
,ing .appliea
u-es and purpi
the lay the sa C
G(ive n unS,1
tice this;

Cascarets Cr,
derf.-i n.iedic.l
l'it nLdl reC-'ri

stirP Ii ,'ilUOI ahe
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poratilon Notice.
da-.Oounttrof Washington.i.
-rel-ly given of ihe inlesition
gnutd to cipply .,,, or I,.' lle
ugutl, a. -. I t91, to ihldgov-
It e of Floridin. for let.li
orating the Fl,lridan L.tnd
tilny, ,1' Chl;c.go. unli...r ti.
i.r er:
ia I.II of tihe c roirporitiii
loriJa Land S Lu iilin r I_'iUl-
V. o; w.lh it- principi .l rplaic
andl oUti.e-s .i- t L' ipley iri
cu-nvly, FlUrida, ilt iiii n of-
tf C ihicat'i Illi .,i-.
% e g.-ner.l itiitutie tliI, --I, -
nil.arted is the d,,ig .1 .1
Itsatiag t h cd .1 4 i ntuil ,
sling 1' II,, d ain.i .ei',,i as
.? lc of0 lu.il: lliid th, p,,'. -
ithorei.a lor ,lit e n--r- toil
I1 th ilin pui t I ni t i
g, leasing.' .ind ciii ii, .. I'
t iill ta I', lh-or t nn 1ii l..tu ir-
,rnlt iJ e t .l ;i - ill n ni .iii .
4 ha le u bu il.in :ind -..lling ,Jf
4' .:t i p iiii,- ain l r...-i,.
pga',e in the i li iii teatuirf
itiirie alld t to l. I a i. -..ia ..i
.si-iness, ii.?h ,'i .h liii \ h li.n
4 11 Iinis u '1 ..-.. Is., i.. h.il-
t.chali :a racte r.
*crm ount (if the c.i;.it:l ; ,t.:..:k
)>. divided inrl... .-In I ,li, '.-
41 lie eapit.ll .tsh ,' h ,I i l ,,
\s. to-wit: Fil' rie-r :i.-lit
)t.ro k shall ice paid in \ thi-
, ti l the i.-suin i i ul let i-r
Silther 6 Iv p:" cent hall
; six m tlhlit .ter Ih1i. r-
L;d corprdation)ii or lihel is-
p.it-iil, to lit paid in c:i-li
.:,ii i orpg.iliz-tioin -hall aex-
of fifty i\ears fr.,n ite
tin.g of letters patent.
: I, liv lich Le said
e &-.idli.t'ed 0.all lbe piret'-
.:iil, s cr.'tiiry and re its:
i1 eelectl d I'.v the i hijaril
:77.-i', aI r .r rfue,-:i, .oe
bell I in I'tulicer oif u .-at'
,. t d.at a t the Ijboard ofi
renalter desigainte.
adiiuctorrs shall lie .leet-
ne.'tii.ig in O'ctoler 'atch.
election, W. P. K.t.-chani
t, W. O. Butler sh.tll lIe
S\V. Hedviibe.rg ail Ihl
,dward F. Cragin sisIl IbI
Five nor ilr'ti t hiii n Inc
rie board of director-i.
L'IitL ,t amount ,f it nl.' 1t-
i th I curLioratinri at mll
a.-:t s-Ihall h.ue $5i,1ii11 r
,. esidle.an-.-s of the ine'.r-
S<,gin, Chicago', Iniois.
gin, Chiicago, Illiuti,.
erg, Chictig'., Illinois.
Cii-ler, Floridla.
rida, .
.iot1a-y public for the stal,'-
)rliallh appeared W. I'.
ird F. Crngii aun'd O.
'h for himn-elfacknotle.lg-
pItd ti he liove atid f,--re-
>on for chliarler, f'ar lthrI
a s threin expi e.-.,i ond,
j? lhair s .l i .u -
r ii. hisandl aini c-al of if- I
5thi day of July, r. ISi'.
Ihlody 'Says So.
C Catharlic, the friost won-
.Etuo rv rof tiM ag-e, p eas-
,pg to the tasto, act gently
ii illucvs.. lit :r anid bowels,
nure syst. -m, dispel colds,
'ever, habitual .onsti:lation
Please buy and try a box

Will Not PerformMiracles f V

But It Will Cure. iii l


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naptha launch for which lie has bccn
negotiating for some time The
launch is to be held in aenti\'lo iI tI.e
event of an accident to the Kiuigfisher
on the North Bay mail r(mice.

Estimable Tampa

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'IThursday, July S29., 1597.

S T. A N 1) R E W S
U corrected by L. M. Ware & Co.)
,ugar, '1 t Ten, 1p lb
Granulated .....6"4 He No....... ;b
Coffee,A ..... i Gunpowder S0
Lt browi..... 5 Uncol'd Jap,.. I5
0',!ie, Cond milk, 'P can
Lre'en.... 12@20 Unsweetn'u. 121.,
Browned .211U@30 Sweetened .. S, '
singer snaps. .. 10 Baking powder
"rackers, soda. 7 Roya......... .50
'obacco, ping i5a50 Campbell..... 10
tiaisinii Canned fruit
London aI)ers. .-i2\. Peaches .... 15 .a.'0
Valencia ...... .9 Tomnitoea ..... 7all'
lice. ........... 5 Apples........ 10
%pples Pear ........ 15
Evaporatl. .8..S Plums ......... 25
Dried Pehbes S Apricot...... .
nasl Oil prCal ... .15 Strawberries... 20
i;asline ... .20 Pineapple. ... (
lorida Syrup... 411 Canned Meats
S :l'uney .... .... .110 Roast Beef... I 21,
S.. j Curired Tei' lg

SpecialD to t ,he Ia'I
Thel young) lal, i I t l a j ill\ time
bathing at l')tay'-, h'lur-'l.sy aiiLti.
S Mrs. A. I'A.Pi kesl i vi-atiig .lli-.
Day. $
MI' Hattie 'ipicer Was here at the
store, on businiets.
Calt. \Vm. GedJds was in town
Saturday. Thie Caprt. is quite anll
ent liiiast on tlie- po .-il,ilitics of'
lartmilig here. lev trew'. a tine crlop
of Ieriiu.la onluitl si s sea0s.0 n.
J. N FoiI ,-' haa rq'i-ilt Iat l lhi t-
it is now a beauty.
C'it. \ ailiatd Pratt has luit a
topemawot oi lhila I,,at which ad' is cor-
delablly to its aliHlearaiee.
W\'. M. I',Un:in i l- iie L. lill' v -tit,"
celints i b Il.-liel1 on iili peais. If' i.iiI
.hilji ing facilities are iniir'ived, lie
'sill inlihrliake to hai ille tIle 'Il't:
crop f tlie tlie iay, next ; easl.ol.
He thinks lihe ki\\s how to \o it.
Mr. S. D. Daflin of M,t iiainua spent
last Thli'nrLi'v iti V. W.M ('romnili.
AMis Hattie P'ratt uine 'of tlhe liot
l"'|. il..,, e ti, .i ,.,r,-bll: e o-l ,g In li,.-

--_ teep .r . I r ,tLpped eet-. ol (lit t o C liitlli! attained i the

ButterI ....... 25 I *t(i 1

Lard ......... 6


Beans ........... -4 Canlned l getthsles
Cocoanut pkg.. It Baked Beans-.. 15
Fiuit Puddine.. 10 Corn......... 12. 4
Jelly, glass I 5i a25 Pea ........... 15
Lime Jnuice...... 510 I'um pklin ...... 1.
Eggs'pcr doz... 15
Flour Pork
3 0 N 14... 2,75 [D. pr h ......6
Majestic .... 3.ii) Bacon Sides.. . .
lorn Meil prhu I in i Fresh ......n. l10
mt Menial pr Ib... 5 i i'ki'st Bacon i I
jorn per lii ... ...5. Ham canvassed 13
Potatoes Sheiilders .... I.i
Irish ......... 75 Beef
Early R'se seed 1.20 Corntd ......... S
Sweet... ..60iS'75 Fresh....... ..8 10
aiilt, pr ack . . 15 Dried ......... .'1
T'ailile ........ 5 M ilk pr qt ...... in
Nails, ver lt.%304f Ax.with handle. I .1li
Galv wire do.6.i s Hoes, a h... 3.5.a'hi
Mauillai rope 9.l2C.ppr p iin, ican ,iN
tulvei conk,.. '$25 Linseed oil, 'gal is
Pipper aoint 15
l'rints, per yd.. 5u- t Cliecks ........ a;
Slie.lin gs .... 5. i F l;nnti l .. . ol .i
tusliun. . . ll Thread i |ir -pool. 5
leans. ..... 15a45 Shies., ladies $1t 75
Extra pa at s 22a Me,:'5. $1 4ti300i
Hay pr cwt. .. 7',"' Oats pr lu....... 40
Branu...... 9(l0i;)5 Brick pr M..... 13.01.
Rope Sisal . .7i9 Ltine pr ntl... ..
Oranges pr doz.. Pecans pr Ill..... 15
Apples ........ 12 Walnuts ....... 20
Lemons.. ....... 3i Almond.i ....... 15
In shell pril,01' I1. )0 Openled pl 'It .. 15c
Horsies... $.10r1Ll.ll> Cows..... . $ 1: .'i.$25
MuleLi... t$tia$t15 HoIgs ...... 3 ti t
0Ixeu.. pr 3oke $4i1 Sheep ........... $2
U'Wickeuseach il"5a5 t;ecS e e il. -i.5at50
'a.rkcys . 75. al.0o Ducks-....... 15i00i
.enison pr Iil 0Iaalit iuM'ei. .. TV." \ "Imt
Fresh Salt
Mullet pr dou. 25c NIMullet pi btil 5.0i
T ri t . ., -2 T io . . . -1.5
,iip.i p"r lb.. i. Pompatno .. 10..10
Sturgeon...... 11 Miacker.il .... ... tf
LU i%11; EI.

Floor. g,
,mart, n ..,1i.1i
Face .. lei
Sap ** ... 10,II0
Drop i;ding,
Ueart face jnti 15.01i)
Saap '' 1i.1111
Biif luinleeer.. Xi,i 12
t'Heartl slliinglesi, 2.501i
Sap I .5l

11 a' rt, in ..fII4 tI
Ftte 12. 0)
Sap 1 1. li.ilU
C l.'iilo' tei'd !.,
' xG ill. ',-0 i ..1 ".tilt
Fini-hii t liln -
her, ld -1 '2 3. in
Lath, I lI ... 2.hi0
el o nt u i lilji.,
dres,.:d J 21i

' ascarets -tiniul I tie l eIi% or, .id .inv -a .mid
',,wecls Neer asicki.u, eakeni or gii i.a..
50rio ce It..

A Most Vicious Hill.
M.-. VWheeler (dnti of Ala.) \\w li
the taiiff bill was being iliseussed.
Cliiti'iitil it as tlie iniiit vicious aind
burdeisinie enactment ever iminp)sed
tipon the Auieticar. people.

HoxW's This?
We offer One Hunidred Dollars ilrward
for any case of Catarrh that .aniiot I.ie
cured iby Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY& CO., Props., Tuledo,).
We the undersigned, haie known F. J.
Cheney for the last 15 y.eats, and Ibelievv
him perfectly honorable in :iall lensine-.'s
transactions and thianciaillv a le I to ca> i.
out any obligations made I, tliheir firm.
West & Traux, Wholesale D uggists,
Tuledo, 0.
Welding, Kin.in & MiVilyi,
Wbolesaie Druggists, To'udo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is tlien internally,
a 'dir'ectiy u ion the 1,lou il .a.d nt-
-i' _'6i l C .jif t 'VSvateriu. Price, i-5,'.
per hidtle. Sold by all druggists. Testi-
tnonials, free.
Hall's Family Pills are the bcwst.
W Sure Cure.
Lady Visitor (at office of eminent
thysician)-1 have called, doctor, to
ask if there is any cure for sleep walk-
ing. I have had the habit for years, and
lately it has become worse.
Dr. Highprice--It can be cured, mad-
am. Take this prescription, and have
it filled at Colde, Steele & Co. 's.
"Colde, Steele & Co. 's? Why, that is
not a drug store. It is a hardware firm."
"Yes, madam. The prescription calls
for a paper of tacks. Dose, two table-
spoonfuls scattered about tbo floor be-
fore retiring."-New York Weekly.

Better, Salt-Rheum and Eczema.
The intense itching and smarting inci-
dent to these diseases is instantly allayed
by applying Chamberlain's Eye and
Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases
havd been permanently cured by it. It
is equally efficient for itching piles and
a favorite remedy for sore nipples;
chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites
and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box.
;Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, are
just what a horse needs when in bud
condition. Tonic, blood puritier add
vermifuge. They are not food but
medicine and the best in use TO put a
horse in prime condition Price 25
cents per package.
raor sale by L. M. Ware & Co., Sit. An-
.i6ns Bay and Bayhead and all medicine

eighteenth aiiiveri' nr's ,,f heu L iith ,1
Thi'rsdIav lat..t, a;iil was a-ri.eably'
sirpri.iedl 12 a tninuhur til Iher yinig'Nt
friends. 'A *

Lisnes h'as iiniiiIo'e.l with I1' ilti'e
we got dlu'wnl2 2 Ito pl ice.s anl1 .s,,lo
Anil now \vel have s iie lieiv giioUlj
4 u. \\We gt liv the last bo,.b t tLe
largest stock of .-lhiocs that e\ er e.-iuo
2 the bay, and li cai't gel lower
l eriiie l a sly i heur fu i am:ti i r gra le ic

W e \\ ill ll uiiil fa i ithc-r u1 .',tice".
Ili b,,\.i %inil -1 2'.-ctn,.
Las,elis .lhii t w ;ai.t, foi lally 5I : ',

'l'lTho'e we >hi at 4.-'- 9 iil ow 0c'.
TII -'e a .' ; Lr A ili s .
l,:,!i.u h .eC, :3 ,:ir -1 1 l1 ets.
(.'i Mt \IN .A l.l'ui.lan1.

You rmaiy ii tl th,'i werld 'toer iandJ ou
%%ill noI t ii.d a.itl.mr iiin-diclie equaiil to
C(hamicrliiin'i 'C>li, Ch,:l ra alid Diar-
rli,'a Reiu-di lIor lbou'e! c)rtrpl.tints. It is
pleasiint, sa'e and reliable. For sale ly
L. IM. Ware & Co.., t. A idJrev., anld Ba. -
head and all medicine dealers.

speci. ,to the BL'oy.
chlio'Il began l:tst lMondaay with
Miss P'aytic as teachuir.
Our Siud;iy Scli)il is progress

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i" g pnnui ly- u -in le r "t yL'ea ltersri ti e1
A.- h. Pratt. r
W-: Por.tl, boeas a long face now-
aday'; caise-absence i 'of Ihis wife on
S'aisit tu ,her O,n.
After long andl patient wait-
ing,, Mi.s ,le-..ine M. l'.,i.,,r, hi-s at
last Iu-cei eI Iet din ht .ad'e ccirili-
Cae te, hat-a i .g :i.-4'-e.. a siulce.-sful ex-
aieil-iatiii, in l that ri'r a ei, ;it A a-
lachlieola, iti .l1nl T h'lie ci.;inal ceIr-
Ilficale w ;'y i.I.t t1 1l i n,.(,s1, il:ttin. I
the issuiIL lit l ai0tli0'r hiy thel' countyV
sipe'riltIeln leI't.
C('liro ly FI'.A lLker, lai lhas traiii-
ft, irial lii i.- hiiie iltiio a line .Iwelli''lg
iN, we uliilr.ttaniaI, iinw l built.ling a
iietachl e di kiiehi'i arutd liiiing-ro'nii.
E. P'alwr i., ei r t-cliig a new' liali-
Mis. 1. 11. S i iHind, \\io has lieei
*luitie ill. is liiw Cullisalt.leillg*.
Speak in whli.-lper \\lh--:n ytoi s.ay

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crnah the skuil of nman-tlhiJ huLrril-,:,
r.l.ile floo-led the streets of all Chris.-
tian quarters of the city, like -u rall des
olating tidal wave, silent libut irresisti.
ble. Thecir silence Ly day \vaas .lmo.t asm
terrible as their howla by ,itght. They
wou Id be seen going a!ol:g tho stTret.
whEn they vnuhil ii: -et an Arminitu .n
who had ventured to attempt to ren.ch
Isis homo. Without a wr..rd they would
brewt.!: in his sikul a id go cn iv.-r v.a7y,
entirely uiimov\il and l:rdily having
spoken a hirdl vordl. If rt ,i-rance was
offmed, thry had only tri say, "Thel
Giiours.-r, istl" and a horde of th,;.:r
follows would conie running from all
directi,'u to di stroy one who hal.i rov-
ed hiAs sditiotis quality by d.-riu it1.1 re-
sist a MusiEulmiv:(j.-" A Elytan:m,lr's
Nit.i i..f a M asiaere, hy Yvaa Tro.hjneo,
iu ScriLb:ixr's.
Death by Eleotriclty.
Scientists think that death by ole-
tricity or lightning is painless. They
do not kno,.v that it is so, bat infer that
it is from ti'si' fdeot.s:
The ncrvi. ooumunmicat the sonea-
tion of pain by their violations or
movenieuts, whioh are at thu r.at of PS
feet per second. Uil.-ctricitly movr.s in a
copper wire at tho rate of 288,)000 miles
per second. Hence it is probable that a
strong current of electricity killq a man
before his nerves can mako him con-
scions of the shook.
Professor Tyndall, while lecturing at
the Royal institution, London, acciden-
tally touched with his shoulder the con-
ductor leading from 16 Leyden jars,
charged with electricity. He thus de-
scribes the effect on his bndyi
"I am extremely sensitive to elec-
tricity, yet a charge from such a pow-
erful battery as 15 jars seemed to iave
no disastrous effect upon me. Istood
perfectly still, wondering that I did tiot
I tt, but I kgw something had co-

ourred. -
"After standing for a momentor two-,
I seemed to open my eyes, which prob-
ably were open all the time. I saw a
confused mass of apparatneus about mue.
I felt it necessary to reassure thepeople
before me, so I said:
'Over and over again I have want-
ed this battery to ba discharged into
me, and low I hav-", had it.'
"Althonal I nprFiarecd naffeoted.

The Old Reliable

Estabitshed i yr-ars. Treatsaalaor emale,
married or ciag.e, In cases of exposure
aiiuse, c, -'cra or ImpropileteIs. SK:IL
CUARAI', r',,,';. UoardJ ain apartments
turci.l, w Iian d,,-Irod3. )aeatloa BlaLX
ar,. .. .... ',I; '."-.r;.t..


Murderous Plulgeon M1,'rn In the Streets
of ('oL,;ant ;uuple.
Sum i urai' t s tla i '-, L I'Si.-un men C1 -
d li..t, (,lr:j .'t. I II t" I--. rn ,-f C',Il-
F'ih '' unpo -. <') < P l,'" res' '. ii.i' T''l-I" .

coal black Nubin from Africai Th ir

faces were a study of fearful passions.
Thlongere were faces sear edand scarred
like the head of a fighting bulldog; faces
listed by skinned lic and greed; faces

seared, as by fire, case hardened in ig-
nnrance of all except vice and ferocious
as an angry tiger. Some of thoqe faces
burned their way into my memory and
remained for days, a haunting revclia-
tion of I'rntal instincts and beastly de-
sires which made one wonder how it
was possible to hav-e live'l in safety for
weeks in a city containing such men.
TIeqp mount were int iruuni-l, in theo
cc1ninton st.nf'e of Ithe v.'i.rd. Srmi of
th:em had r :volv(rs, anid thl most, of
them had knives. But thlyv sthldomu used
either, for awkward questions might be
raised if the police. were called to ao-
counnt for failing to rrre.r-t a ied civil-
ians on the streets. Cairryiug ax helves,
pickax handles, heavy cluf, liko basem-
bnll bate; jagged fragmnt'iri of broken
sciintliuna-carrvin ainvtl.iir, thit can

series of ivoluti.-Aus f h
down into an org-uiil
Morefnrt-r, the L li l I/at ttk:
unity i4 not y,'t oonuplte 1e
and long mrnny tend, to retrnlw
of iuternal de-velopment. Nei
consid, rations, nor the fea-t(
whole country was a seriie.'i
at tih close of the wpr ot in,,
must be lo-.t sight of iu lurnii
meut as to the progress titus
cd.-D. BJikelas in Ceutury.


The Enterprising Schoolboy Wt
S1he Corouation ('hair
,It in a long walk from t
rooni of the, Westminlter soltc
* corohiation chair, which stapI
their old stone screen just pa'
altar in the abbey, but thomi,
teresting contction betweqi
This chair, as is well know,
heavy oak chair, much worIJ
It contiiitiLn the "Stc.lie of .
wasn miade by the order of EC,
1297, and every English sov&r
then has sat in it to be crowt
A stout railing in front o*t
restrains the crowd of visi
coming near, but if they w%2r
Sto examine it as closely af
tunate enough to do they -
cat boldly into the solid jal
such sprawling letters as 1:t
boy's knife makes upon as
Abbott slept in this chair Ja8|
P. Abbott, it seems, was a
schoolboy, and a tradition, I
is every reason to believe
that he made a wager wit
mate that he dare stay in t h
night alone.
In order to wnhisage
some corner of the old bi'.

tX. wap .laftI alone thrIl
however, that when rmorni
boy with whom he had mni

vae af- HOW TO FIND OUT.
tred from
E tUvered Fill a 1li,,tI 'ar t 'onieiIm ., 1 i l I ii 1i : i'
I a' all u d11 let it s61anu I sentiwl- .lc I. ;ii . -, -
ii iesit oat B.-tli i.' ilt .,sd -i. 1 al i,
ri oigh iaj ,li lu i lejt I tu li \ u 1 .
r Qi r gh a Leh i, ,i _i i ,,..a e .. ... .. .

really the option nerve in me
fected that I saw my arm 8s
my body. I soon, howev''r
proper sight and saw that
The hiattcrIy w\'a-s r t poweu
to cause '".ath, i. r -1i it. '..
C 'r 'i. ..li .i,..lii. c v'hi l
his 'lI:Oi;, but lie felt no pi
the shock affected him, becaun
ous agency, by which the ca
of pain is excited, traveled
toise, while the electric curl,
a hare.
Progress In iWodern A
The progress of the mode
Greece will not asitonui AiA
ers, but Atheus in no w.i
New York or Chicago, no
America. Between the t:a
there is no point of onkmpari
eve-r. The Amcricaus, npr'i
and connected with a prv'oerit
untiou, began tlhir car.ii-er
adultvaitag-. and ft-w of tlhed
civilization. Tin-y had odly
the l, p'hysioal cihtalcks to il.
of tli exstensive territori:
tractui1 and rowvarlc-d their
energy, and ijinigration
the formation of a glori.6
Wealth. The Greeks, em
ages of debasing serf',.om, ih
cal or scei;al cr intrlle]:t
for thii' work of rege.iirat;ti
ing ailii-.ved bIy diur of d~i
tlie .- 1. i.j .'i i L

Li uuljle. ',uI r,- uel i' .l I i.
or pali iin the .I .-'. .. i ..... I. i.-
prool that i h laitn0e ,I il l. t l i -.
out uf order.

like a tor- There is conifort in thi.. kii"l.led.c -o
t ranl like often expressed, Ihati Dr. Killits-'S- Salinp
liuit, the gipeat kidni \ rent. Jd fi'lli- (,-%
ery 'isl in relieving paiin in the back,
1. hkidini '\s livei. I.l.lId.:.-r naiil very pnrt of
capital of tile iriinirtl' pl ;ssi geS. Ii coticet.' iSnalil-
iraii read- I i' t% lidAll nri e ilid .seialtlig 1-,:iii i; p is--
resembles ii it, ot lad el'.-ets follow" Ig tl e use of
is Greece lic"U''r, 11 i 1, o 1' ie ra l sitd o'rcr lliin-O lhin
nCi hplca ates il,'t.. t 0 .-ii i iung cuiinpellid
countries et ip ai.n tioe i i riii ,i i. n .i l tI)
n whatso-.. Wittt i iii( d ianid i I i r.iir.rin.iir v
i";g from f IOf.t o' S aiImn-lHoi..t i- o.otn t;,ical. ft. It
Europenu -i-ti' t. tlhe Lilce.-t fli i- ,.,ii.derlul cuies
-h aill t ihe i ih iii.- ili -it rL, iini c.i -i l 11 v.iI liced
v bacl s o(f .1 rJ i t: 41 ide 11; 1 n.nUll l tI., 1,l t. .l il i

*1 cOtnfrrolt I, ]iil i'% p ril' e' filt .ll ll ll-, ilj1l-
'@.. i rl \ I,. 1, 1 it 1 T 1 .ay-f -anl.le I ut le uild
i'bich lit- illtii h. l r lI li lii I ri ,i \ i, i ll N '.r-c iJii
light d 1 Ii ai l ',. r i .il'e t- 1 c li r.
i gbtrKii N it ,:i -' Iinhol il r..ll,,i i ii N. '. I lie
,ce le rated , ,i ,. i, .,,hl, ,,h
Ciltn m on- illl.n ii i-t, Ihi uiil -
from .. .... . .
r lav- A Newspaper lt'an Tel!A the ('irru'nistances
a icrts o{ wIna It wa. a ,, .
ir t "Tholast tinii-(,o er: ,r .l i il ;.' rida
rg :i w. iin l !!w au ':; s..i i i H.,. ,
ttl'ig tho n'-wt.papm r ninn, "\avs v.% -I: the
dy,]-Nlitic. Army of the C nnal rt-,id hrld its E'u-
national nimal reunion vrer' iu I'.'2. A l.anquct.
-q tended, was given tlih als ri-tit n nt 11l;r. a-
thie work tioiinl lhome. (Gi ter' al S !hC rirhln.li ,!"- t l.
other thee In his oprniinig pech b ws pi;'i l f,.r
that the words, but after a f. l hion I'e i, i::,';c.7 d
fldeOlation to stammer out sonielbing hiiat 1'-it i'. .x
-penilernce, I: (ardi ar d Itssi uudersta :. i v.a- '. rt-
ug a ju idg- ing thei event for The tiSutii1l '.:- 1 .il
far ofl.ot- taktlan down C evrything :-.Lr'i,:rl : :,;d
just as lie spoke it. Wh lieu iegot iLot.. :iih,
he aoiie around to see mDe anilld C.ail,
iE. 9 "Lock heore, Mr. Reporter, do you %ant
to phl'so iw.-.?"
ho Slept TI 'Drcd, I do, p r:pral.'
'" Th,'-n plase dou't print angry f that
lib dining d--d slush of mitin. J3iist. make uip n
ol to the nice little speecli for me.' "
ds behind Howard mniadoup a dainty little sprecli
ick of the for the commander of the American
is an in- army, which greatly plepa d hiian.
the two. A few'v yeais later, bhen he was on
is a rude, duty at Washington, Howard's duties
by time. frequently took him to headqair te,-.r
.oune" and and he always met a hearty welv>omt.
ward I in The first time lie called Siorrlitan :iil:
cig=n since "Oh, yes. I reminber you! You :lr( the
.ed. man who made that nice speech for me
the chair in Milwaukee."
tors from On several occasions he introduced
a allowed Howard to his friends as the author ,cf
I was for- the best speech ho ever made.-Chicago
vould find Times-Herald.
k seat in
he school- Don't rlve U-,.
desk "P. Sorrow came to you yesterday and
4, 1801." emptied your home. Your first impulse
Ietminster now is to give up and sit down in (le-
hich there pair amid the wrecks of your hopes.
true, tells But you dare not do it. You are in the
a school- line of battle, and the crisis is at band.
abbey all To falter a moment would be to imperil
somo holy interest. Other lives would
ho hid in be harmed by your pausing. Holy inter-
Irg lnests8 would suffer.hpould your hands be
ea ar even to ina

. Fe dh
e the bet

would disbelieve his state ut that he
had won it, he determi d to have
some proof of the fact, and spent the
hours of the early morin in carving
on the coronation chair e sentence
which, even now, nearly a ntury aft-
er, bears witness for him. It is disap.
pointing that the traditi does not
record just what form and amount of
punishment was visited u on the lad
for his escapade, and that history does
not tell us of his later years. I wonder
whether the courage and grit which
this deed manifested foretold an ener-
getic, successful life or was dissipated
in mere bravado.- ." '- r.-. '

'L- -- ~- -- .r -.Ma

"It i. hiil," f,'r De l 'ue ireilietedI
that it woulil be the col'e-t .JulVy r

ye.i IS.

, A .I'. iN.

Coaches for Colored Pais.l:-enarers
onl the Plant System.
The I'laint' S'ltein ouachie.n I.'
cololed |pa'.-.seug'rsi hai.ve beeli se'lt aiit
on tihe Tltein. ile Oe:ala Stlr sa\.'t
of thica ears: "Thu.se e,,;ac!,iesn, ol
whui coach traiti hereafter \i'E l car\n
one. are just out of tie shop. ainli I io
:18 nice anud eleg:nitl. tlinishl J na. .tall
coachles on thoe road. They liav'e a
stioker cut otT in one euil, every :na.l
jli.At as good aecolUinolati~uis :as the l
white passenger coaches. Itn fact, it
i- the ii.Ltentiunof tie roa.. lto tl.ike the
accaoiuino'datioilS for oile ciler a. n.ol
as tlhobe lor tile other, with tllc ,eaItly

distinction that they 'will be entirely

H unt ris f the l I.,,l-.,I, >.>il-, ilia l -,i
se' r Iula' sores are I romn ptly I .i .,li,:catt:i.l Iy.
Hontds .itrsaltp ril:a, the uon true Il.-dicl
purifier, ier\ e toinic and h-,altth I ildd:i .
Ilood'. i ill-s are easy to take, acsN luN i
operate. ( ure indigestion, biliousn- ess.5 s
I Fgg feeding Snake.
There la one species of snake, in the
genus deirodon, which feeds exclusively
upon the eggs of small birds. its teeth
are very small and are soon lost. The
eggs are swallowed whole, and when
passing through the gullet are broken
by a device somewhat stratlar to the giz-

Shp PreAtrrwed ti(leew Style.
i-o wit4 a gentleraMan bf the olr school.
"Permitlao'," he said.
Then he kissed her band.
"Well, say," she eti.laimed with some
emphasis, as if something had occurred
to provoke hbr, "there's nothing poison-
ous in tj-face powder I usa,"--Chl-
j age Poek.
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r-el iniiig chAiir <-er' litt f-aen .Inacksonville and M ,nt i.unierv. N, o .3,
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s'3 dailv ex,- pit Snidav'- all lthcrs.dailv-. *ar aLii other inforef n t ori
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sisal :eli; arr,
N'i-. "2St and
ifplv to alia
i.LIol t, A I:1...

e ...buts ci-
dents in life and aut not interrupt us.
We must leave them behind, while we
press ona to the things that are before.
Then God has so ordered, too, that in
pressing on in duty we shall find the
truest, richest comfort for ourselves.
Sitting down to brood over our sorrows,
the darkness deepens about us and creeps
into our heart, and our strength changes
to weakness. But, if we turn away
from the gloom and take up the tasks
and duties to which God calls us, the
light will come again, and we shall
grow stronger.
When all our hopes are gone,
'Tis well our hands must still keep toiling on
For others' sake.
For strength to tear is found In duty done,
And he is bltst indeed who learns to moke
The joy of others cure his own heartache.
-J. R. Miller, D. )D.

Searching for Clues

There are any number of clues
found by the det-etiive in



This is another remarkable
story from the pen o.f Rod-
rngues Ottoleugui. \who wrote
"An Artlit in Crime," con-
ceded to) be the strongest de-
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a'id a liililtabl,, .-hralt3. -i'i c c$300.
liitrlN uli hnte if dt'sivi.'d. For particu-
lars address the Buoy.

can have

Free of All Cost
a liberal trial quantity of

The famous Sliver Polish.
It's unlike others and will .l'l)priSe you.
simply enria yourI alddri-~s un a postal to
SILICON 30 Cliff st:
Ne.' York, N..Y.
VWe make special oalTci's to boui.-k.cetepers

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Have opened up the same in the store re-

cently occupied by Osgood Parker, and
invite all old friends and the pur-

chasing public to call and


Before Purchasing Elsewhere. All kinds of
COUNTRY PRODUCE bought and sold.

Don't miss the place, PARKER on EAST BAY.


You Can't Aford to Miss This Chance!
Having Purchased the Stock of Goods in the Store'at

I am Making ConstantfAd(lint"'".s Tl4reto and Propose to
mnj .r nnir

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flom prciducing ot her runners, it will
make a big stool before growth ceas-
es, with an aburnlance of buds for
next year's fr.iting. It is in th is
way that t le finest clusters are pro-
duceil. But an equal or greater
amount of fluit may be g.iown Lby
planting and leaving the strawberry
plaitut to fill tho land, ouly hoeing
enough tS) sup pre.-s the wecil growl th.
'llTogLlt taken from tlie Amorican
Cultivator. the above advice, in the
main, applied to Fluri,ia, at least to
North Fl.iila. But the young plants
&houl.l be niujvod ir. this hot weather,
with a bunchli of earth on the roots,
being lifted with a garden trowel.
1O1, plants which have fruitel only
oince, it taken up and divided into
"fingers," will bear well enough aln-
other year. But they must ie thor-
oughly cleantied of the old husk at the
base of the leaves, to enable the ten-
lder white roiotlets to spring forth.
This old husk must be picked off or
scraped off to tLe rod.

When I-ilious or costive, eat a Cascaret
(and% catliiitl:,cure guartra teefd, llli:, .5c



Says Ib Is "the Most t-t Ie'Tarir
'Rz Pl's 2 B, Q

LLL I lUllId Dl+C[ouandDs raspramee abor-Moake
__ S Bome Serious efsctionsUpons the Mc-
.Kin ley Bill as a RevenueF rodacer.
Ex-Postmaster General William L.
~&t the Lo St L v g f Wilson is credited with the authorship
e Owe IV rg n O Profit. of the tariff bill now in foreo. His
hands were tied so that he could not
A Treat Every Cstm r Ali and ourt ymke the bill nearly as god as he de-
sired to make it, and the bill as finally
Call and See My Coods and Cet My Prices. passed was not nearly asgodfasgwhe
it first pns-, d the house. It was, how-
Aever, a great imprTov<-Hientupon the Mo-
Kinley bill and is a m. d.l as compared
SJ with the Dingley monstrosity. We
PAR K E R. F L A. quote the following from Mr. Wilson's
criticism of the McKinley and Dingley
bills in a recent number of the New
York Herald:
SThese bills are so nearly identical in
general structure and particular items,
STANDREW S BA excepting as to the sugar schedule, that
it may be well to consider the effect of
SI the first bill on the revenue of the coun-
try. Both bills are vast and voluminous
schemes of class taxation, the production
R o l l a u d II f of public revenue being an incident and
entirely subordinate to the purpose of
taxing all the American people for-the
Benefit of a small part of the people.
The protectionist has but one remedy,
O which he applies whether the revenue
be redundant or deficient. If times are
prosperous and more money than is
needed pours into the treasury, he in-
ORGANT+ rE JANUARY. 9 1892. creases taxes by a scheme that turns
the larger part of their avails into pri-
vate pockets, and this reduces public
Te purpose of this Associatio is to Improve ho Country adjacent to St revenue. If times are depressed and less
po ofthi ociatio s to aymrove hand country djacen tto t money than is needed pours into the
I Andrews Bay and to treasury, he seizes the pretext of in-
Develop its Resources as a Fruit-Growing Country. creasing public revenues by adding
enormously to the amount of private ex-
'Jo accomplish this the Associa.tio)n )pr.popwes to Sell Lands in tractsof Two- action.
and-a-hallf an.l FivoAeres to southh parties only as will iLnirove tlheni by the The act of 1890, whatever its other
E'rection of Houses. Feices and ruh I'ermn.iient Improvements :as will euihaince tie effects, did reduce revenue. From a
value of each tract so disposed of, and particularly to Jarge surplus it swept us headlong to a
Plant them out. a Tree.-, Plantrts and Vines, deUiCi.-ucy, although it v.weighted the
people with heavier taxes and although
To the end that in thle shortest practical..lI time every suchk tract hall be a another law, parscd in July, 1890,
Source of Revenue to its Owner. turned into the treasury as a part of the
general assets to be used for paying ex-
AS TO RELIABILITY OF THE ASSOCIATION penditures a trust fund of more than
$54,000,000 which belonged to the na-
The first question which will naturally be asked will be: "Is this Asso- tional banks and had always been held
ciation reliable"? And the answer to it is: Any person employing the Association for the redemption of their notes.
to make improvements may deposit an approximate payment of the estimated cost of Even before the Harrison administra-
the same with any responsible business man or firm doing business on the Bay or in tion eided we should have been con-
,Bank at their ow.n home to be paid over only when the Association shall satisfacto- fronted with a large deficiency but for
rily show that the improvements have been made according to agreement.
The Association will not only improve and plant, but watch and care for the use of this trust fund and the fur-
all property entrusted to its keepini.guarding againii. forest fires, dishonest pilferers th fact that Secretary Foster, by a
foer damages from any cause possible to lie prevent,,d. change of bookkeeping, added to the
From a careful estimate of the probable expen.e and income of a fruit treasury balance $20,000,000 of token
plantation in the St. Andrews Bay country :a few figu,.s arL- given: and subsidiary coin not before treated
Price of ;ana pet acre, say $25 to $50; cost of cleatrinig. -' $-'n; *ost of planting 1st as a treasury asset. With these extraor-
year, say $30; cost ofcultivation each 3ear thereafter, $20, dinary additions, even, wewound up the
It is not extravagant to estimate that a l-acre vineyard will on the third fiscal year June 80, 1898, with a sur-
year, if properly cultivated, yield $_900 worth uf fruit and o'f er,icL-lis nearly or quite plus of -only $2,841,674 as against a
the same, while fi-i should do even better than that. Then," tbonph perhaps a little surplus for the fiscal year June 80,
longer, somenic oft Ihem, in cominr into ;rofitablle hearing may be named pears, apricots, 1890, of over $85,000,000 before the
nectarines, lumlani, prunes, mulberries, olives, Japan persinimmons almonds. English above trust fund and subsidiary coin
walnut, Japa. clhestanits, pecans, and .,ii.n other varieties of fruits and nuts. which were touched. And during the fiscal
are almoal .ertain to )dourish here: while- ir.tuioe and citrus fruity, though not con- year ended June 30, 1894, through all
&lered certain yield large return. oftenerr thin they miss of which the McKinley billwas enforce,
The Secretary of the Assodiation will give particular attention to an- expenditures exceeded the revenues to
swering Letters of inquiry, and the Bi.ur will in its answers to correspondents an- the amount of $69,808,260, notwith-
swer all questions asked it.ing the fact that the expenditures
REM EM BER the A.,sciation Lands will be sold on Easy standing the government were $1,9xpenditure,674
Terms of Payment; but i.iiprovemernLi ilittut Ie paid or as s.tif.ictrr proof is given less than in the preceding year.,
taat she work had en perfornme. C 0 R R E S P 0 NDENCE SOLICITED. Thisstatmetshows how bsurdand
Address It. E. HOWARD, Sec. groundless is the claim constantly made
Harrison, Fla. by the protectionists that recent. deficits
in reveuu'i art, due to thet sulstitution
SA i f'rr TDlI Aac. of our m. of the existing truilf for the AcKinley
r afANCoERr K e ia R E TRIAL '"""m'-'fra '"n bill. Notli"lu-r is i:<:-o tl;in tihan that
DiseasesC 'RED without theusee" F decay,,-ervousdebl i.r
m u olat .nk adnd o, ofree. Cal la a I: vHl iE i ns tree fot r e f ,o n last, th ri 'o ars thl." h, t in fr-.h dt int would
l wrtne DR. TT .-.B. UTTS, last th,. yr i .r.stli ni uh (t'it would
-,iie+t. t. t+ ", a.tMo .t. "AARD R+TbTUTE, l"Oia.9tiSI.BT.L0orjSB hv', 1,.t.0 a it u n.u.. -. i,. h. bil th

TTTD-B JulCMV ~ *"'y.
NfORTH BAY LUMBER COMPANY Far,,r and F uitGyrower.
The beht tiwe in the whole year to
BAY HEAD FLA. set out stiawbeori e is in July, If
SALA lthe soil has beon properlyy enrichlod,
lie new runners, which always start
when tlie plant has fruited. quickly
start ltiit alnd shoull be as quickly
0. TOMPKINS & CO. transpl.nte.l. 'Tlie are mnucl h better
tor iprliIcing a crop than are the old
ARE PREPARED TO FURN IS111 plants, which arc tlhi only ones to be

Rough and Dressed Lumbar of All Grades. r o're'.i 'o" i'ng plan'titrg. Every
.Ia a 'wbi rry plant that has ,gone
*-- th iugh the winter has more or less

THE PATRONAGE OF THE PUBLIC SOLICITED id o.t ,n it. lThe,e not ouiJy do
n(,t hell, its grow th, but they are a
Terms Cash or endorsed notes, p,,sitive ...rinient to ths future vigor
-- the vine. The otIierwise unex-
pla:inallo running out of old variutieb
ar..I their becuoiig l"s, and less -pro-
11 Petve i,, we think, due to to the
A-N JW STORElU JIN PARKER rL lll renco of these deeca.ing roots,
,__ __ w i sap th vitality of the vine.

N W l'" l11ating i July and uiing only
SI tlli, ai su. -, tcire, is no i ,IJang'or
S of ia% ing the new bed troubled in thi i
U Wo P I s o If the Jnly riinnor is kept

people in a E
hard times wo
much heavipr I
in this disaster
under the exi
from less tha
the last year d
even $152,0,J0,
$160, 000, 010 1
In tho sugai
ance in favoi
about $55, Uji,
Due Ieachel i'-
ly any of wvh
iOVAMO 111.

on of depression and
have staggered under
lens of taxation. Even
period, customs duties
ig law have increased
t182,000,000 in 1894,
;ht McKinley bill, to
Sin 1895 and to over
b:'dule alone the bal-
thoe existing law is
. Th. cn.itomio reve-
' ,'40. ieu, Od0, scarce-
wruld have been re-
SM.'Kiulyv bill.
.v Li-i, -rscut condi-
i- tl.c st ultra pro-
*rj Ols-ed to be enact-
I,;u nly ar'Pt-ars from
statements that if
stationss of the last
(d have increased the
ou0-that is to say, it
red from an imdporta-
264 of imported mer-
rmous sum of $279,-
s nearly $50,000,000
Customs revenue ever
ar in this country in
say that ita rates will
table imports to the
the estimate to $70,-
nother way of saying
lt such rates are pro-
imers are shut in the
preyed upon by com-

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from two GPIk words aignifying
"twini, towatho SUU." It bu loug

liotrope turnr, %jtb tba ~inviuncig days
t /

The name o~ the heliotrope omes
from two o k words signifylng
twining towa tbe sun." It has long
been a belief th) the flower of the he-
liotrope turns, 1th the advancing day,
so Ua to fac:- th'tsun. In som'e Sp0eies
Of this plant i curious practice is

Why VWe Shiver.
It is trur, [lt v.i ,J (A lcthing, U
dsarwear ai til bikLt-i ill bLe out of
reach of p,-opl- of ujol.rato m( -Luias w
Dingley has his way, but just thi
how sweet it is to suffer for oue's cou
try and to shiver in order that the ro
ber barons may continue to wax
and contribute to the "legitimate" e
penses of the g. o. pl-Louniville Po

That tle Dri
tions cc nsiyi,
t-etive taruTi l e
cd in thi.i couL
Chnirman DinL
levied on the
fiscal year it N
revenue $112,0
would have ga'
tion of $.775,7
chandise the"
000,000, which
more than an
collected in onw
the past. And
probably check
extent of reduce
00,000 is -;nl
that to that
hibitory. :
home marx]3

The girl a
bridge was-
dering her
the backgr
Ile though
dence prim
her lover.
the shoo-ti
: of a thou
dents in

A Coni

of Evic
By Rodn
m stabsui
W'e bave i
exciting r.
ers. Trh,:
be found d
a few day

Causes fully hall the sl
retains the digested fox
and produces bilious

gestion, bad tste, co
tongue, sick headache,
Bomnia, etc. Hood's
cure constipation ard a
results, easily aud tbor(
Prepared by C. I. Ho
The onix Pills to take


wbho standa rn t
I charged with mu
uncle. 'he man
round is a detectLi
t she did. Theev
rted strongly towa
To save him s
But she didn't
ig. This is ouly o
sand thrilling in


gues Otti'kngui,.
rbing detective sto
never offered a mo
arrative to, or re-
c first chapt,-rs \
in these columns

ckness In the world
od too long in the bo
ness, torpid liver,

Pill ill
a U Its - -
n gbly. 25c. A]Hdrugg
)od & C'o., Lowell.
with ilood's Sarsapa

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Fresh and of Guaranteed Purity.
Offers His Professiq.*I Services to the Citizens of St. Andrews and
Surrounding Country.
M:Va be .', l i iat f i ,'e.,ideu'nc on Bl nnna Vi.ta avenue at night.


Pi1o0r SoS to

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Ship Chandlery, Salt Fish, Etc. Etc., Etc

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ty of relief side competition.
Such comb t by joining to keep
up prices td o retail production,
wage morm zn less war against the
employme" t opportunities and the
compeurqsa1 American labor than
any possi co petition from abroad
could do. -
The faling o importations under
the present laW dispels the illusion
that the Aniei laborer is anywhere
deprived of n. >yment by the impor-
tation of for n products. The gratify-
ing increase 1 ot exports of manufac-
tures is equna ong proof that those
laws are helinU us to enter and com-
mand new rkelts, which means not
only larger inplomient for our arti-
sans, but mot homie consumers for our
farmers. ,~
Clljpp Clark' Wit.
Champ CliJ of Missouri is not only
one of the wWti st men in the house of
representatir~i, but he is one of tbo
best poste4ld oite tariff question.
In ridiculing some of the rates of the
Dingley bill tb 4t to him seemed subject
to criticism, he recited how a man of
the name of Goodyear went before the
ways and means committee and secured
the tariff he wanted by some skillful
palaver about the great statesmen that
Maine had produced. Then he said:
"Mr. Chairmnu, that piece of 'soft
soap' made it harder for every poor
man in the UU ted States to build a
house. Goveror Dingley swallowed the
bait as quick asia trout would swallow
a fly [laughter and next summer some
poor devil out vest, living in a dugout
100 miles fromn railroad station, who
voted for Mc nley under the deluded
idea that pros .rity would come under
his administration and who has not
heard of thi ariff bill, ciphers it out
that an bu d him a two room*oot-
S r rad other building
t lumber and finds that
the p-ice has g a sky high, and he goes
back to his heo and says to his wife:
'My dear, I am worry that we must stay
in the dugout. 'u cannot build our lit-
tle house. A g at man by the name of
Governor Ding y has put the price of
lumber and o or things so high that
we cannot do t., but, thank God, he
has left dragou' blood free.' [Laughter. ]
Next year, wh my handsome friend
from Iowa (I Dolliver) returns to
that fine. agricu ral district which he
represents, sowi man who has not been
able to buy a cd it because of the high
price of woole cloth will say to his
neighbor, 'Tei' comes Dolliver, who
put up the price of woolen goods.' But
the successful didIate for the post-
office in that d rict says, 'Oh, but Dol-
liver put divi ivi on the free listI'
And in chorus ey sing, 'Dolliver and
divi-divi fortlr.' [Laughter. Ap-
plause on the ocratic side. ]
Why Iner the Coal Duty?
Under the e ting tariff bituminous
coal pays 40 cets a ton. The Dingley
bill proposes to kake this 75 cents. In
1895-6 the imp irts of bituminous coal
into the UuiteO States were 1,248,885
tons The expoeri were 2,246,284. The
figures for Canatia were: Imported from
Nova Scotia, ew Brunswick, etc.,
128,404 tons; .m Quebec, Ontario,
etc., 90,087; f m British Columbia,
627,257; expor to these three divisions
respectively, 41 tons, 1,671,802 and
8,094. Canada w.v proposes in case the
Diugley zate is posed to retaliate by
a high duty o our coal, which will
certainly not s relate exports. Here
is an export iuess worth twice as
much as the co -ponding import busi-
nt.sa, and iti4 )lpoed to run the risk
of ruining Ibc cer for the sake of
scre-wing $3. axes out of the lat-
utr, a V- .i6.Tf re ivviug
Amrerican indu Can auy-anne man
fail to see th even assuming that
imports do no all off, it is hardly
worth while f the sake of a pnltry
$850,000 to te Canada into mruining
an established I ness nearly twice as
large as that w' Ib is to yield the tax?
Yet this is the ay in which "the old
thing works."
The Pro :tlon Umbrella.
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[i sn eparei to cut -
dlt:.'iv.[ thi. i I at reasonable rates. fli
If you need labor with team call upon l
Gi. \V. SRHnR


$100.000 i
.Given Away A FRll Io Of Ca 1 ii lR (So
SEvery Month
I to the person submitting tit.e u uB -TU eC 1 t JSI S
most tnerltorlou-i iu~cntiou
t. during the ylreeioiuin,' nnih.
Q oFject of thia offt:r Is to en-
t y ct onourage persons oflan Invent- t e E S' L
same time we wish to impress R E I S 1U -
the fact that :: :: : -
It's the Sitmple, 0 M1ast. Foos & Co"MDeany 8
Tri oubl ActingForce Pump
4 -such as De Long's Hoo -
T ant d Foyer."Sethat Hunpe
ver," "Air Brake," etc.
Almost every one conceives
Sa bright dea at some time or
4 other. Why not put it in prae- Thiis is th latest and most collnplete
ticaluse? YOUR talents may j t l-tT an ot cinp1
lie in this direction. May 111 -ldt P H w for \working plants in the garden. fI
make your fortune. Why not .ciS11 t-: 4ljl-talble; the weight the block to
try? ': :: ::: :: :: 1 whiehh the 1.lade is attached keeps it in ihe
Srwrite for further information and ground. and the depth of plowing is regulated
Ti e S i L I Or r0. 3by lifting- the bandles. A boy or girl of ter.
TlE .LIMS 4 ear. ;ant handle it with perfect ease. It has a
THEp W vraEttf GIMO. -.14-inch steel ,w heel, the eight of which makes
AP ttlia v iB.vrett, i Mgrthe plhw light of draft. It has five blad: is I is
618 F Street, Northwest, turn; mold, 2 a shovel, 3 a sweeper weeding
S WASHINGTON, D.c. C. blade, 4 a bull-tongue, 5 a rake. Wrench
64 5I1 The rsp-.nll.,iity of this comalnyn with ach plow.
S may i,, .-ieI by hu lact that s \\Ve have made arrangement b
A t Io Iyt h tT 1n hue .0 Wichi w (tl furnish t14,6.p-w d
t> kA I.- ,- a, Intb,' tli e factory price, .J$3.75. wita"


an d1the

B a y C.a u n try. .
rii l-it t. t1i L-- ;[l .b lt 7, ce. tti, making the piow, delivered
\. ,'~~~~ !L.4.>. IlUt -1il0 tr ... to o better than this and will send the BUOY
We have made arrangements by o.e v- r .An fiLI ih (i-1.) of theae plows complete at the factory for $4.50;
which we can furnish this fine MAP puir liasei to [iy f I'it.
covering about eighteen miles square The plow a iit 2 ,, e n in operation at the Buoy Farm at any time
of territory, including the Cincinnati
Company's Tract, also Harrison, J
Parker, Cromanton, and adjacent VCO VEARTRI' MGlQ 3 I. nf'tb (
country, for EXPERIENCE.
IN i se H A u" E LI.'c9a Irpef.v UnSAF. The d SP
Or g iven for 5 cash yearly subscriptions. ,,L '0L8, sa ing' tre to uti. eart
Mn O LTTi.oDaI A t e zni pracice,iorl&, cU
anc Icvotieiamp)furP, a r ,I y '.i.
By the aid of this map the location of S, o ati ,.Ion e U arm recentnt anJ" sime
lands purchased of the Cincinnati R 8 .WARDINolaTu, iOJ.9thSt.. SLLa.l.,U&
Company can be easily ascertained, "coPYrncHTS'Jaim
or, parties may send us $1 and their q^none sendiengasketch ai destl'tun "
,k..:fijiptiti n and we will locate their probably patentable. |Communicatons wtriotly Fruit
tenialentlal. 0118 Lageney torseug pat enta I d orial FrienahFruit Cueg.
ot-, a1 il ict urn theA MaTn by mail, in America. We have a Washbi toaoffice.
la"s it ( Iiitrllln t1e Map by mail. Patents taken throimagh &Aq" I& o.lrea ; p 14
Arl-it ss D TI li Buo, peaoAicin r'the O0 B. SanatoriaT.
Or gien fo 5 c sh .1ar ubeauni. fjlly illiirr,'pr, ir-ge.ht ciroulalO,- ofo f S E/ I .
For 5. .li ii ah iit.rswe will give as as n o iet -..in i. : .r .-." ae ea;. -, S t Louis, !n
1 treI m ii I t r i'n r a ii' of the B ayt Ul. 8iUs N rl .,. j'(c i. ro .ip a xl ... ... *i. ..
IoBo ON IAiTi EiL f". AldreJ C V i % a i or Writ*
,,iiiL,,- OI r I1 "I .i. fli <'it' of 1- Aii- v UNN & CO., t
.Ir... -i .- 1 n i $ I 3U1 Bruad ni v. nn-Iy VS' .. r s'. a w-6 an r 'iury to ha k,

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