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: September 16, 1897
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00034
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ST. ANDREWS B ,

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ST. ANDRIEWS BAXYFLA., SEPT. 1;, 1897.


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NO .26'


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GiantlaeI at
"Lt r utt.. .PUBLISHED -EVERY THURSDAY
M),Tee, e-.. One Dollar a Year in Advance.
Green.... 't l
Arbuckle, G ,
'D4inger ast.- '",. B WILLIAM A. EMMotis
4 n ...t times-; I S Pro prileto r.
man, Tautiph; '
Davis, Palalka.
Lard i tiees- Regster, J" Barco: DT 4la) ad rnates il. ptr inch pevtrinth i
Receiver-N D Wainwrigh, Gsesville Position and extrurl.inary coialiti'nl
STA.rrE. O .rats suliect toJ sz,.cia ',.t Wm elit.
Governor-W. D. Bloxliam; Secreary 0
. State, J. L. Zrawford: 'reasurte ,. I '
Whittield: Attorney General Win. g La-ent appeal ha been en
mar; Comptroller, W. H RevnoI: St.- N urgent aeal has been sent
erintendent If Public Instruteti,,l V. out by tlhe Chicag.o Recor.l to all
N. Sheats; Commissioner of Agiicul" parts of the conntrv to sign an I f[11-
ture, L. L. Womliwell; Adijatant e -
eral, Patrick Houston. Tallahasseer ward to that paper a petition to con-
U S. SENAro. gress to pass a liaw estallisling post-
First. Districtr-S. R. Mallry. Penau.l,t a aving- anks un a basis lilai
Second District,Samrnel P'ascu Monti tello. al k po a bais iila
STArTE SENATjR,. to that of the pro,.sent nimoey order
Twenty-fifth District-J. B. Clarke, We- system; guaranteeing abs,,lutc seeu-
wa VASHINO'rN COUNTY. rity to depo.-itous of small suiis ofl

Representative, S. M. Rohinson, Chiplev, noney
lu-unty Judge'. D. D. Melvin, I ernoin;
Cle k 'of Court, County Clerk, Recorder RrEPoprrn fonl tlie Kli:-.like gold,
of Deeds, W. B. Luassitter, Vernonl:
Sheriff, C. G. Allen, Chipley; Treasurer, country are any thing but encourag-
R. C. Horne, Chipley; Tax Collector, A. ing to those hIo have "the fever" and
Q. Jones, Vernou; Tax Assessor. W, .
B. Gainer, Econfina; Sutperintendent have any idea ol ni;grating to t'iat
61o Public Instruction, W. L,, Locky; El Durado. So serious, indieud, is their
Chipley; Surveyor, Thus Collins, Chip-
Vey. %lti ation, that, almost cerul l death
ey. .


ST. ANnDRFw. .. -
fustice of tihe Peace.W I. Siingleterry"
Notaiy Public, Dep,3y Circuit C6u.l
Clerk. W. A. Snii, ; Sclo visor, It. F. Br-thin; Post l.las-lei,lr.
W CG Mitchell. ,.
SON.
Postmistress,i. Jenk-s.

?ostinaster W ,t-iy Public, W. iH.
Parker. "
PIT.-BURnC.
? ,stinistress, Mrs Hasseoll oig.
A N [ERS''
Postmaxstei, S. WV. Anderson
Postmaster, Mis. R. GaL.
BAY H.t ir.
postmaster, Martin Post.
FAriMI.tIl.E.
Postmastel, W. I,. Woodford.
W ETAr. lHO.
to'sttristress, Mrs. D'H.'r.
\ EST BAY,
Postmnaster, P. N. Hutileinsou.
..~~ ~~ g,...ro .,w J,'


aw.'iis any one whoi atteillpta to leach
the mines for several Iinlm thi to tiome
lint the greeded for gll'' keep's tie
laniks of tile lproi'cesion eowd'xled anid,
althliughi the umiare!' ca,. only le.tilt
in failure, the delusive glitter allies
on\\ailt a x'vat concouielse ,of xictiin'.


..ai l,1 ti. liN e s of l'u ir ple' .ple \illi be


al ie g l.trlei. t
T he I.,tei rei,,,ts


there are .sex, i.-il ca.,es and l .ne death
from the aiiomse in New Orleans.
This is even more serious a condition
thalln that prevailing along the coast,
because of thlie lalge population olp-
p'o-ed to attack. Po.-i.bly the di!-


geu; E-lisn's tinr n .)i
with the cathode ratt
cocloies in electir ity
to.sei., e, areo a L tl'.
venti,ons which -still i;
gage tlie attent ion of
the gie:tt develop)'it
raphiy and of tihe
lile-s, ithe tvpe'wiite


ea.se can be corralled there and staanp. ii,:\cle and casIh rlgisi
(d out as was idone in t 1,8. A nd we as to defy mean.,emoen


hope it will be.


[Thalnks to thle Ipril-mt an1111 efi-
cient action of the health oflicers ev-
elywhleri there _iLj.lieivel to be no
1ar 'of any fititler trecad ol tilo fe-
Vir' anid the Rsare has raeticldly
susb.bideil.-ED ]

Great Inventions of Thrity
Years.
Intventilons of thlie I .-st cIla-s Iave
been very nIumerlo in during thle pasn.
thii ty years. The decal, l .IS1i6i.7 j
marks thie beginning -A it llte i,.i,-t re-
rimakabl.o lpeiolo uf aeti itLy andl se-
\el, meint in tike lilstoiy of tillh
x 0 1 lil. The Auiiei a;.n \V1,,l\\',i kerI
nuineiales the fellow\ing as tile in.-.st
implIrtant ouf these. Tlie pet'c -'tion
.f tlie ,dynamo andI its twin brother.
the viectic motor, b[v Wilde, Sie-
niens, Wlieatstiiie. Valley, Farmer,
(;iamine. 1Buih, \Weton, Eli(on,


Tlhomi-on, n,,W d oiltier- bru-nght the
'Tln JIck.onville ii -e.- iioi and iii i *
Citizen have consolidated ulndr tih' great et of ele
i l. light and electric railwa;v.s. Thlien ap.
na m oii i l" '1'lf .I ,' 1 la T iuii -.i i li,.


and C'itizen \ ith Guo. \\. Wil.i'on
president a:nd c'ditor-in-:.hilef alld, T.'.
N. Stock ton as seceltari', tieasuricr
anild bu.iliess- ilaiinger. uThi.i coll-i
to.lidatiuni of tuI two mnetroLolitan
daily newspxalpels of Fluridla puiti the
neW rpe" Oil a plane 1 itli 'Il the
greatest dailies iiin the c.',inily anidl


t ALII. .IN tlUoF--ra'-,k Husk i. n. iting ( e preferences which may
lt l'ie E ,I-hv 'r F ra n k 1- iL i11 :
L'ostnaster, W. M. Croiniil: ,ut 11 price ail il ,Ji'ckhonville alu l tihe .stale,
L iostn issi, I S -cr -.
Iv Coeru n 1i.k 'ier, t T. IWal it i4s certain li.h'mn-elurltlih t be I .' tlhi
LieiuhV Clerk ul Cuuri '. \\"llkle'
txii iiir in tid' iii ien Jei ieldti hia'e
It E 1 I ,e l b_ i eecit in lthe ,ip st, a jp rii.il wolthy ulf
melhod dist-Clihur l.M. ni tico ig.t ,,iCitv illn 'T -
nd -he.t nut st'e~R M 3r ni i


-m. ri'erv. alternate n i V. ~-' Y!t-iV" T'eWT we 1 1 U ,
Y. IP. S. C. E.--l'rayv-ornmet:tiiig r.t the i.l ,ilu R1 gisler.
Preslxvteriani church dfery Sunday At'lr T he ei ,, that e disease i -
aoon at 3:30 o'clock. All are invite. e at disease
Baplist-Churchli, corner of \W ,ring vaili:g at UOcan SII ings, 31i.f. ihip ii,
avent*e and Cilicinna i street. (t'liiirch I elluw le was a lunce,1 S -
conferer : .iurda.y before first Siiinday i.
at 4 p. in. Sunday school o\erv Snilln.a :lt :lay ilght, by State Health (.fficrl'
9:30 a.m. Preac'iitug second lidI,, urh h ,as beenfollowed by the
Sunday in each imoiith. I i.'.I. ui. teiii ee fol t
pastor po i ,la tmiitioi of qutaranitine aaitst
Presl-yterian-Clui-rcl> col ,r orailne il ,,its on thio Miss.issinui coast be-


avenue and Drake street. '- .
Jatholic-Church cornier Wyuoning ave- tween New Orleans aind Scranton,
vne and Foster street [,,,Ilth aces ina ied included. This
THlE MAILS in ilie only course open to our pres-
The northera mail, via Ander-on, G.rv. c, t science for tihe protection of the
Bayhead and CIlilleyV departs rrrry da\ %
except Sii'ld.v 1a 3:l)0 to'loiek; a.. m.; people., That there is no better way
rrives every dayi except Sun nr,', ai ,r ofligh ting tihe spread of this disease
:410 p. m.
eitt Bay mail for Harrison. Cronianiton, is a great pity, for the quarantine is
Parker, F.rind,ale and Wetpp, l a havy embargo upon traffic of all
St. Ani'.re8s going east every moi in g a heavy embargo upon traffic of all
ai 6 o'clock and ,rrivres, ecoUiing -I kinds, and a great hardship upon the
every at" i at J..Cloc.k. people-not only the people ot the

ST. ANDREWS C-('HIPLEY immediate neighborhood of the out-
VERNON TEEPHQONEtCO. break, but the people of the whole
IIncorpora 2oY.4 7. !1S1.h CutIici n country.
SCHEDULE OF. RATES:- tk' each fie 1,1 o
minutes, or f'r ti6on thc'roet, use of The history of the appearance of
Phone: 1- 0 the fever has not been traced defin-
Between St.A.i- ws Bay & Gay. .. l .
o Bay headlBc itely, but it is doubtless of foreign
S, hiplcy. 2Qe o igin, fostered at Ocean Spiings by
Chipley Bayheacd....... 15,F
". Gay. ............2Ji local co.ilitiolIs. The sickness has
Bayhead &Gay..........5 bden prevalent for more than ampnth,
For transmission by telegraph 10c.
extra, notincludingtelegraphic service. but of a type so mild ais not to at-
A. J. GAY, Gen'l Mgr. tract much notice. Orten this fever


Lodge No. 142
A..'. &a .A. -M
Regular Communi-
,cations on Saturday,
-ron or before each full
moon.
' Visiting Brothers


Fraternally Invited.
W. TT. PARKER W. M.
A. Euoms. Secretary.


BUSINESS DIRECTORY,
W. A. EMMONS,


manifests itself in this way and is
very difficult of detection. The epi-
demic of 1878 in New Orleans was on
tor three weeks before the physicians
were agreed that the disease was yel-
low fever. The symptoms were some-
what different from those before ob-
served and the eases were of a mild
character. The poison had well in-


reareId thi lli -seniei pe oes.-s of nmak-
inl; .steol, dynamite, thie St. L.uii.
blhidge, \\ estiili'huse air brake, andi
die iddillinrg lprlilying atiLl iolldl
it'ces s in limilliii.. Tl.hat great
clieLtist, Luiis Pa.tLeur, ai.olled lhi
wvulk to this period; the Gatling gli i


Richi lBut Never 4
St. Louis i-epuiulic
Awayv Up near the
li,.- .,,> .. r t
andtl Vet lie Ievri' eV eP.A ,
money ,'r iepre''cntativ
Soune lime ago DR. 81ieIl
general agent .j thle BlB
ncatiou for Alaska, Wo
Bea r, touched at I
Siberia. Theie he le0 I
cipile native of tile villa
y. na ime, a tr iIler nii
thie cca.t. \Vtrit;iiL
trader, Mr. Jaeckqn : ao
'1 i- has. a little tiaql
fI'rm 'l I-,r to ceiliin g
ll.ru and looking g ga
has ,..ilaii .l 1 I ront ll th
fr,,,xn which he ilq'plie
lo"- hulidlrd.Us o! mile-
mlanii I's leen knoi\
iniitueb *$75.1.00w wv
bones iu his house aL.
does a ltu inte. of Pl a
a1 yerve a:nlI yet not a .i
g,,II l, Ni:%ter, nor a
,)r bai k check iN- us e
lo. .-, ke. lt. A l tr:ta .
bartelr. lul anl3 x'hiai,
chlanige ,l fr til..iactg
Slhiikey, 'liii \vl, :
11\, 1 W i


appeared; gieat dtvex'eiini i, were ,f t ire No.Ill Sil.
muadtL i ire limachiines anid co!tl b!i..- tni t t 1ie. n',: c.ni


;Ige tq'tuipiiIn:; machines- for mi isk-
ing baibed wire lence.-; luiiiipressed
air lock drill and .1 .ni Celt C t'tii rl.l!;
tle.csed glassware;- t..'ar *" l[,l\
1 It aid E.li .



ig icaper amd- iarxcster, the
4-s ,- "
tempeling of steel \xi'u ..d spnrigI'
by electricity; theo "Low process lor


It
;1


a t ,I1 i itl, i l i i ,
wealthy, h.I live-,s in.
:U iii leep ,s on ithe, gi
of reiul.-er skii-t,"


I' l tist i o[; ,;,,,1


The Ii.i,,p ,i2
lalld, once hld oc9.
himongih .tililtsly bU
irons t' test i an af


Inmkiiig water gas;, cash cair I rs lfr to eicolr'ago thl fal


s.ture,, ald muachiines for imiakilng Lin
calls.
With the next decade, 1876-86,
there arose a star of the first magni-
tude in the c.',,istllationu of inven-
tions. The railwav and telearal)h


uf that town, arid, t
stopped for a shirt t.
tion, ihe beck,'tiedi
standing near at 1Iii%
the price of tilhe c


...... . .. ,.' Threepenei each,"
had already made all people near ,


neighbors, but it remnaiined for the
Bell telephone-to establish the close
kinship of one great talkative family,
in constant intercourse, the tiny


wire: sentient and res e


familiar voice, transmitting the mes.
sage with tone an.ud accent unchanged
by the thousands of miles of distance


between. Thenu come iti order tihe
hydraulic dredges; and Mississippi
jetties of Eads; the Jablochkoff elec-
tric candles; photogral by by electric
light; the cigarette maclhi.e; the
0 to gas engine; the great improve-
ment and development of the type-
writer; the casting of chilled car
wheels; the Birkenhead and Rabbethi
spinning spindles, and enameled
sheet iron ware for the kitchen.
Next the phonograph of Edison ap-


pears. In this decade we find tihe
first electric railway operated in
Berlin; the development of the stor-
age battery; welding metals by elec-
tricity; passenger elevators; the con-
struction of the Brooklyn bridge; the
synthetic production of many' useful


trenched itself before the fight against moedcines, dyes anil ant:;eptics from
it really began, and an epidemic of coal tar products, and the Cowles


unusual fatality was the result.
There is reason to hope, however,


Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and No- thrit, owing to the difference of situ-
tary.Public for the State at Large; IhAs
jurisdiction to ainninister oaths, take -aIon and the apparent lack of mate-
afficavits, legalize Lckkuo'w-ledgments." 'al, the experience of 1878 will not
etc., anywhere in F'Lorida. S-peeial,
etc., anywhber in Floridan. Special bu repeated this year. The time
tention given o land convex-nance.
to marriage -rvices. O(ice liet of the year also a favorable fac-
PU 0' i! Andr's :r ,r. The epidemic of 1878 ar.d

s the following year's outbreak of tihe
-Ae- d.,ease began before the fifteenth of
2t r m tJitYf J y liThere have been epidemics
n Michi- ,f i after periods of the year, and some
have been severe, but the later the
Fhui.l
SI late the less the time available for
IL, the spread of the disease and the
,0 ock. greater ths chances of escaping an
toife h attach;.
'. The door has been closed at Mo-
bile agatint the disease. The clos-
ing has been promptly done, the nio-


process tor manufacturing alumi-

In the last decade, 1886-96, in-
ventions in such great numbers and
yet of suen importance have appear-
ed that selections seem impossible
without doing injustice to the others.
The graphophone; tho Pullman and
Wagner railway cars and vestibuh d
trains, the Harvey process of anneal-
ing muior plates; artificial silk froni
pyroxyline; autitoinobil or horseless
carriages; the Zaliiuski dynamite gun;
the Mergenthales linotype machine,
moulding and setting its own type,
a whole line at a time, and doing the
wvnk of four compositors; the Wels-
baclih gas burner; the Krag-Jorgen-
senll rille; Prof. Langley's adrodromne;
the manitactnre of acetylene ras
-a C.-


meant tie character of the disease hias from calcium carbide; the discovery
been ascertained. T'lhe barrier will of argon; the application of the ca-
be carefully maintained and so far as thodu rays in photography .vy Reont-


i'


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[3 f oi e ,'.'ing
l't e,'l;t' di..
l Ihl e kiie.-
Siodert ii-
'.i',t arid en-
worltl, wli'Le



th ? h,,,lea i,
isos, i eatt


SMoney.

tic el
:


d,.ll:ir ol
7- I
on Jueksion,

b.oiarl the
Ilian Pint,
ld thIe iplin-
go, K(,,harri
A1 all alo.ing
. of this oail

it i,.u- tLilled'
itl 1 .l ,ce :,,
es which lie
\\ hialers and
thlie i.,-int try

[to l;ive as


,f v. ha!Le-
tinie. lie


bliy .$1 1i.i ,.ii..i
in.r le e.in ot.f
gle bank noteL
nor are any
LdililS aie .it'
one being ex-
tlh,nr, and
ilo :nerclian:t
.11 coat Calln
- oiime a io.'ci-
Although so8
o ,l- inary telit
d ion a pil e
J.'

bi- Bilin.
e'lIter, Eng.


sit
n&l,


to tiaxel
eit g de-


annonnoen~ th:Att


the same time
*;ineid iiidbutry'
traii having
i te it tlie sta-
a small boy
a.nd lnquidled
0 l.] ated balls.
-aiid the boy.
haniLled hin a


sixpence aind de. eiiedz lll to bring
One to the car, a3ltin:. "Airld with


tet other thL-reepence.ouO a,11 buy
onte for yourself." 'ie boy hrtly
returned, coi.lacentl~ n,, rLchin g the
Banbu.y, -.ili, hani.g the three
pence in cul,-] el..i tu bii6h,,l, ex-
claimed: Til ts ia th 1,10 one left,
gnv' nor."

Protracted WVe( ed liiss.
The Tanmlpa News 1I tle ullow-
ing of Mr. a ind MArs. i,i I,e is, who
live on the Aalia liiv: "--They are
perhaps the idhest ma .i n ,,,ico ll10 in
the state, an.I are 1|th hale and
hearty. Mr. Ltvwi., s to ia News
reporter that they hap,0en married
seventy years, and r.th aver that
a cross word has nev\ ,a.h,,ed be-
tween them. Three actions now
look up to them. .
-1-^


is starved blood. It
in pale cheeks, while
digestion, no appe
tion, lack of nerve
muscles, and, chin-
muscles. Your d!
Anaemia. He wij
the weakening we
mer often brings


Sco



Emu.

of Cod-liver Oii
phosphites, will
rich. It is a food
and weak digetti
that it can eacil
summer when'C
even ordinary. +
SCOTT & BO and,
For sale At 5't and $>.


4


shows itself


lips, weak
e, exhaus-
force, soft
f all, weak
.or calls it
11 you that
er of sumt
n.


S



ion

ith Hypo-
e poor blood
r over-taxed
L, so prepared
:be taken in
-liver Oil or
i might repel.
4i New York
r- all d1.,,.,ru iCjzIS L


She stopped and looked over the rail.
the present, and having seen him be-
hind her may have entered a friend's
house merely to observe him as he went
by, being suspicious of strangers. He
therefore went into the saloon where he
had met the squire that same morning.
If Virginia was watching him, it would
-perhaps disarm her suspicion of him,
since it was a natural place whereat
one dressed as he was might stop. Fur-
thermore, being near the postoffice, he
could watch that place and see if she
mailed her letter herself or by proxy,
sending some one from where she was.
He was scarcely within the doorway be-
fore he became aware of the presence of
Tom Burrows, who was seated near the
window and evidently watching the
pos.-office. Satisfied, therefore, that
thenr' wvas _no imuilediat,: need for him-
to do so also, and noticing that the
place was more than ordinarily crowd-
ed and that the inmates:were in deep
conversation over some very absorbing
topic, which heo at once guessed must
be the murder, Mr. Barnes moved to
the back of the store and mingled with
the loungers there.
Almost the first person whom he no-
ticed was Will Everly, the young man
with whom he had had the brief con-
versation in the earlier part of the day.
He was still stanchly defending his
friend Marvel.
"I tell you, Harrison," he was say-
ing, "it is wrong in you to accuse Wal-
ter of this thing when you know very
well that he has not been in this neigh-
borhood since the night of that party,
when he and Lewis had the spat"-
"Spat? That's a mild way ter put it
when he tried ter shoot the old man."
The speaker was the man who had given
the information about the snow. "But
I say, Everly, I don't exactly accuse
Marvel. I merely say it's a bad business
for him, seeing as how he threatened ter
do this very thing."
"Well, what if he did? A threat
when a man is mad is a very different
thing from actually committing a mur-
der. As to that, why, Lucas threatened
him too."
"Why, of course, I hope Marvel will
cone out all right. He's a fino fellow,
ani I lik, him. It's Lilcky thiug the
MiiirK h1.rt ithenj dhtectixes riulit ou the


Having written this note, the next
thing to do was to give it to Burrows
without arousing suspicion of collusion.
It must be borne in mind that every
one present knew that the man by the
window was a detective, and, further,
that Burrows had failed to recognize
Mr. Barnes in his disguise. The latter
went to the door and stood there a few
minutes, whistling a tune that was a
great favorite with Burrows.- He kept
this up until at length he attracted his
notice. As soon as this was accomplish- i
ed, having his back to the others, he
slightly lifted his false beard, thus re- 1
vealing his identity, and then held up
the note. Sure then that Burrows un-
derstood him, he dropped into a chair,
picked up a copy of the Boston Herald
which lay there and pretended to read,
until Everly at length appeared in the%
road. He then simply laid the paper
down, having hidden the note therein,
and, joining Everly, was taken into the
wagon. Thus nothing was left to Bur-
rows but to possess himself of the news-
paper and note, which he easily did.
Reaching the house into which Vir-
ginia had gone, the horse was stopped,
and Everly jumped out. He started to
enter the gate leading to the dwelling,
when the main door was opened, and a
young woman, emerging therefrom,
came down the gravel walk to meet
him. She greeted him familiarly, and
they stood conversing in low tones for
& few moments. Mr. Barnes watched
them closely in his endeavor to see
whether she intrusted a letter to his
care. He did not actually detect her
doing so, but he saw by the motion of
Everly's arm that he carefully placed
something in the inner pocket of his
coat. Satisfied that this was the letter
the selirt-rSr-tinltiol of which he was, so
anuious to s-t., ihe ct:t-crtua.d to keep
his seat and accompany Everly to New
Market. On the road thither he at-
tempted but little conversation, fearing
to reveal his identity and thus destroy
all hopes of success. As his companion
seemed little inclined to talk, the trip,
which occupied about three-quarters of
an hour, was made in comparative
silence.
Arrived at New Market, he deemed
f best to alight as soon as they reached
the hotel Entering, he posted himself
so as td Watch whither Everly should
drive, aifn the latter, entirely uncon-
scious as to whom he had brought with
him, went straight to the postoffice, sit-
uated about a block farther. With con-
siderable satisfaction Mr. Barnes saw
him presently emerge again and imme-
diately turn his horse's head homeward,
thus showing that his *ole errand to the
- town had been to post the letter,
As soon as Everly wriS out of sight
Mr. Barnes removed his disguise and,
making a bundle of the overalls, in-
trusted it to the care of the hotel clerk
to be kept until he should call again.
He then hurried over to the postoffice,
Where he asked for the postmaster. To
this official he declared himself to be a
detective and, stating that in his belief
a letter had just b-een mailed to an im-
portaut witness in a case which he was
investigating, received pernmi'si to
examine the letters uncanceled. ; This
be proceeded to do, anhiat length he
Found the object of hi4 sParch. He held


knee. He again read its contents over
and over. Suddenly, with a smothered
ejaculation, he tore the letter into
teoes and scattered them on the floor.
hen he spoke a few words to the hotel
clerk and hurried up stairs.
Mr. Barnes at once proceeded to col-
lect the scattered fragments of the let-
ter and, carefully placing them in ae
4!wcelope, consigned that to his wallet
until such time as he might be able td
match the pieces together again. ThiM
done, he quietly seated himself and


[''O BR CoNTrITND.)
Booming Her.


Manager-In this play you wel-l-tavG
-to be blown up by a bomb.~ :
The Actress-Oh, I L-f6uldn't like
that; n..
"Why not? It will g the paper a,
chance to refer to you aMI rising young
artist. "-Detroit Free Js.


Eeel Blood Iraql e HBite;
Philadelphia Ree -c'r-
Some veara ng,i tie inatuialisr
Mosse found that rile blooil of i-els,
paiticulaily that of sea eels, contain-r
'ed a potion 4th:cli acted, when trans-
ferred into the hinuiian system, simi-
lar to the Veltoi of viters,'altihongi
weaker, nasmnuch a0 thie eel poisdii
brought a-bout a sinilrar iednetiion of
the teintl-eralire bf the blood sissnake
poison.
Based upon, thi. fact, Rrof. C.
PhIisalix nmadid v'eiy inlieja.tit' ,-
searchlies. whlith he Ipresentted recently
to thile Aeadeiny of Sciences at Parirs.
liHe cotcluldedI that the blood of eels
possessed iHrniuiif3 ing agencies upoUi
snake poison. He succeeded by heat-
irig a solution of eel poison to 58 de-
grees C. to destroy its virulence, so
that it was possible- to iioftiila-te 4
guinea pig with ithe fluid, the only
effect being thenraising of the teimper-
ature a few degrees. Th'e reactionl
ot the organism was followed by i
perfect eai ahilitx; to resist the poison
of the vipers, %w Isit -.t ias almi iniitelel
in a deadly domsd ra to twenty
hours after the inrocrieh. xilih eel
blood, but it absolntel\ failed to kill
tho animal. Even 4 very nmiall
quantity of the heated el se'rin was
I '
sufficient to produ ce inm ity v .fr'ui
snake poison. Thlis 4i ery Ia
tiost iiiipoitant, since it can lbe em-
Iloye I for inimunifyintg ih unan beings
again-t bnake bites, rind, if *it t Ao
iay progressed, it will even insure a'
more rapid recovery from snake bite
of victims 'v lio I' not previously
been iuiiiinnified with the seliutin.


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'j yin his hand a letter theb coutcinta of
Which he thought would throw consid-
erable light on thu mystery. He copied
Sthe address, which was as follows:
"Walter Marvel, Esq., Portsmouth,
SN. H. Keep till called for."
41 l Leaving the office, Mr. Barnes hur-
S *" n 5ried over to the railroad station, and
Spurohasing a ticket for Portsmouth was
^ Q O soon onil his way thither.
S- Arriving there that same evening, be
". --lost no time in proceeding to call on
SDrGUES OTTG FNGUIr the postmaster of the city, and, so-
9) ['. 4i6U[5 OTNLEN UZ quainting him with tho nature of his
F 'J business, easily arranged a plan where-
--x 4 -by he hoped to discover Walter Marvel.
COP".RIGHI 69 BY O.P PUTPJaM's SONS. .As the man whom he was seeking was
-- [CONTINUED.] spot. They'll clear up matters mighty an entire stranger to him, it would be
.Hquick, I reckon." impossible to reco,$izo him..^ .

When Mr. Barnes reached the, .in whereby the clerk was to war him
e started a rn, forthat he s anxt in town any when any one should ask for a letter
to overtake Virginia L.u-is tLforo' 11 way." for Walter Marvel. As, however, he
should di-'cover that she as vwatchli,- "How kin you do that?" was informed that the mail just In
by Burrows. After what he had jut Mr. Barnes becauni- iut,.-rsted at once. would not be ready for delivery until
learnt d, he very much ndoulbtd v. lheth.r morn"hy, I hve a ltter from him this the following morning lhu wnt to a ho-
his young assistant uld r nhlIe to "Bishl What does that amount ter? tel and retired for the night.
circumvent this shrewd girL It is not B shl h ft does th amount ter? The postoffice opened at 7 o'clock
as easy to shadow a person along a That's only ive miles off. and promptly at that hour Mr. Barnea
lonely country round as it might tL in a Mr. Barnes noticed that Everly spoke commenced his vigil. He did not have
city, where the crowded Mtreets offer louder than was absolutely uccrssary, his patience very sorely tried, for it was
ready opportunities for hiding. and as he glanced toward Buircrxs o scarcely 8 o'clock when he received the
As Virginia had only a few minutes casionally it seemed thtt his def(nlse of signal from the postal clerk and saw
start of the d,-t ctive alnd walked at a his friend wtas iv a merntre meant for the letter handed to a man at the win.
moderato gait, Mr. Barne. caught sight tha detective's ar At ths point adw.
of h.i just as she t,.gan to (coss the lad entered and, approaching Everly, Not knowing whether this was Mar-
bridge. As she passed over it he ntil said: vel himself or merely Fome messenger,
that she was attract by soUm-thing, "Will, MiAliice asks you if you can Mr. Barnes detmiuned for the present
for she stopped, look-d over the rail go as far as New Mark t for her. simply to follow him, more especially
and then around her inu tvry dircetlon. "Tell her I'll e with hoer as soen rl as he did not break the seal of the let-
Mr. Barues was glad that he had found I can hitch up my hose. As Everly ter, but after glancing at the address
a chance to assume somn sort of (is- startd to Mr Barnes touhed him cousigned it to hI14ccket. Loaviug the
gui-e, as there was no way of avoiding ou the arm and cadl: building, the man proceeded to a small
hbr gaze. In a mino nr shoe ent on, "Friend, if you are going to Neow hotel, at a considerable distance from
and when he reach -d the bridge he saw Market I'll thank you to give me a lift the postoffice and in tre vicinity C4 the
at (.nce what had aroused her caution, if you would be so kind. It will save docks. Mr. Barnes con .luded ti-r' is
It was the sight of her own boat, which me a long walk.",, was little more than a grio'' boarding
Burrows had used to reach the place. "Who are you?" Everly was suspi- house, and it puzzled him to gaess-why
As she knew that she had left it up the clons of strangers. Marvel had chosen this place. Eniteing
str am the night before, its presence at I live up on the Nottingham road the door, which led in on a level with
this lauding mnu-t have been sufficient and am going to New Murket. to try for the street, the man seated himself on&
to indicate to her that she was being work on the new factory they are build- chair and then, producing the letter,
followed, for she had evidently chosen ing. I am a carpenter by trade." broke the seal and read.
the timnto for her errand when she knew "All right," said Everly, after a lit- The not satisfied Mr. Barnes that
the detectives had gone off exploring tie more hesitation; "look out for me as Walter Marvel was before him, but it
near the river bank. It was easy fpr her I come back, and I'll pick you p." suited him still to spy awhile upon hi?
tO guess that her dEparture from the As soon as he had gone Mr. Barnes movements, hoping thereby to- learr
farm had br en observed and that her took a notebook from his pocket and, something. Of course Marvel could noft
own l.oat had brought a spy aftei her. tearing out a page, wrote as follows: guess that the man standing in the
MAr. Brues was disappointed that she DEAR TOM-It is of no uie. She saw the doorway was a detective or that he was
should have thus been placed upon her boat and has taken the alarm. I think dsj watobed. Therefore he would act as his
means to sen.d thi,, letter to the post. at New ,t as hig
guard She would now almost certainly Market. If yOu st, me. remain in the wagon realintentions prompted him. He seem-
not post her letter at tbo office. She with Everly. You will know that this surmise edirholly absorbed in the paper before
walked on about 100 yards' beyond the on my part is eorrrct. In that caso I will t i, which hand rread a num
n" careeof the letter. Tell nuo-nte where Iv .biptwhichhe, read and reread a niium
bridge, and from the- alert glances one, cvtn thciEh I hmold not return for a of times, ending bycrump] ing it up
which -lher it was plain day cr two. T._11 the sjulre to impanel hi i his hand ands tarting up from his
that sh for the detective, Jury, turn the t-i.tv over to a doctor for I.- ir. HIe stood gazing from the win-
of whose felt assured. She post mortem and then ajotu'n-nitil Igot bank. w awhile and then paced nervously
o i t. n l lMeanwhile keep your ey. a olit'n. Watchn young d h 1 "'
-' d ioi na littleL.-l
irther so o the opposite prove hisa Identity beyond a doubt, especially -i wen a5e suddenly rcsuned his
ow of Barnes did nogt I a will turns up drawn in his favor. Pump teat i took the crumpIrdi letter from his
follow h a hing to b ou can without hissppocetwhe hting tad thrut t ad are-
Sd. oas nothing to h yuhaveaotivem BAnans. pocket where he had thrust it and care-
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wind is1BX..a w'-olly reliable mu
er and if the sailors isomeintes
-josi'ib>e to make schedule time
c argued to time elements; these d
they cat.

The steamRhlii Alpha arn
Mubile Tlueslay no1n andi di
freight at hBralckin's an I
wharves. She. also made
at Cromanton for a like pn
fore proceeding to Apalach
Carrahello.
NAPHTHA LAUNGI
GLADYS
CAPT. FR RANK W
Carries the- East Bay Mail b
A ndrewp Bay, Wetappo anl
wde points. Leaves St. And
(except Sunda% ) at 6:00 a. in.
Wetappo at 1-i:30 p. um.; leave
iAt I :k)i.a.. i"- it 'i i
Harrison, Cromin ulln, I 'ir"
Fiurg and V.irmdale. -For pas
freight rat,?, ,e- rate card id
eral postoffifices.
DAVID M. WiTREItuM, Co

PACKET SCHOONE
CLEOPATB
RoBT GWALTNEY, -
Leaves St. Andrews Bay ever
leaves Pensacola every
(weather permitting). Spe
tion will be given to rec
forwarding freight tor oarti
East and North Bay, assq
points on either arn of II
depend upon setcuring proi
portation at reasoinaille
further in formation Aipply to
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'A Week's .Aeatln
The following jitle slhoa
ltemperatire av"St. Andrews
during the pi' week, troimi o
1akl at te*e rsWov ollice eac
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F V ........ . Jll
Saturday ....... . i 1
Sunday......... 12
Monday..... ... i
Tuesday.......... 14
Wednesday...... 15

RICH RED BLOOD i
action of good health. T
Hood's Sarsaparilla, the
Bldod Purifier, gives HE,
Max Muller's Father
' My father belonged to the p
period, though Goethe (died
-ived him. He was born in
died in 1827, and yet in that
be eatablslirid lasting rep
only as a scholar, but as a
lar poet. His best known poe
"leohanlieder." the Gi
qmi'nb he wntae drnaPvto


, LOCAL DRIFT. ScrofulaSores ",

-Wannamaker & Brown's samples _ni
for Tailor Made Suits at L. M. Ware & Health Was greatly Impaired, But saumer le
Co's. Callard getprices. Hood's Sarsaparilla Built ItUp- lrequelt viki
-"Lewis' men's and women's Ox Sores Have All Disappeared. lans, arivi
atfordt ties, from 81 to $2, and a nice lotof "I was troubled with eruptions on my day they all
M. Ware & Co s. face, which appeared like scrofula. My at Maliauna.
-- lob or empty whisky barrels and health was so much impaired that I was
-- oeg, of mpty whisky barreled advised to take Hood's Sarsaparilla to Mrs. .Jellii
kegs, new and clean, suitable for wine build m aip, and I bought six bottles. ter, Pattie o
That the or any other purpose for which casks o Before had taken halt of this amount I ur se weel
)tive pow- that character are used, for sale at T. found that I was improving. Icouldrest
find it im C. Danford's. better at night, and felt refreshed in the tie atlv.itag
it mus t be -Capt. Robt. E. Willard has pur- morning. I gained in flesh and when I as a summer
lo the best chased the seine and fishing outfit be- had finished the six bottles the sores on lioie within
longing to C. E. Merritt and will my face had all disappeared." J.oB. DOD-
IA. froni henceforth operate a fishing business on DiE, Postmaster, Nashville, No. Carolina. Prof. J. C
b o is own aecount. "After suffering from asore leg for 25 three month
icariged -A good big Tablet for 5 cts; a larger years, four bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla his rofessio
Vare' one for 8 cts and a good thick school made complete cure. It is several year
\are te for 8 its ah d a good thick schoolsince I took Hood's Sarsaparilla, but I county arrive
a landing tablet with 175 leaves for 10 cts; all with have not suffered with any sore or erysip- will begin hj
Spouse, be- handsome covers and good, ruled paper, elas in that time." MRs. M. J. HARTLEY,
S at the BUOY office. Lovett, Georgia. Rememberwo weeks.
icola and -Our correspondents will please bear Hood's Sarsaparilla SaOT Dm
in mind that their favors must be mailed Hood's Sarsapariella SOTW
, early enough to reach us not later than Is the Best- the One True Blood Purifier. Tweny
. Monday evening; otherwise they cannot sure to get Hood's and only good's. Twenty-
easy to take, easy to buy, More thi
;" appear in the current issue.. HI odS Pills eay oa o
eTHERILL. -Send 16 cents in currency or post- School District Meeting. Simultani
betweenn St. age stamps to TH. C. McFadden, Assist- School District electing. i
imiermedi- a n cr Pursuant to call, a meeting of the from Coluni
irews daily ant General Passenger Agent, Plant"-in
-rie at System of Railways, Savannah, Ga, for Inde.pendent St. Andrews School strike was
e app) deck of handsome playing cards. District was held in the WValworth ment. coni,
P. tf-atr -All thbeoJuoV' : '?- I k ,d nor- t L
ker. is- respondents appear to h- take \,Va-. 1- 0 I.I
ssenger aind cation this week. We shall expect ).as shackle Irt
n the s5~ each one to sharpen up a pencil and R. F. Brackin presided andj J. C. about that
tractoro, report every interesting incident for Lipes acted as secretary., aited, wc
'th3 next issue. Lambert M. Ware, R. F. Braokin toss on tie
R -Fishermen are complaining that ad W. Si etary were re-elected zietoss on H
.A the catches thus far .are unusually light and W. etary we e-electe
MASTEI. .and the'business is far from being re- trustees for the ensuing two years. st a eer
y Tuesday, munerative. In fact-the much talked The trustees have purchased the added to thi
y Friday, about "good times" have failed to ma. Walworth building which has been or day dawr
ecial atten- terialize with them used for school purposes, and will Such wa
giving and -Wagoners and fish haulers can find se d f or shouc arnd l
es living on m move it onil the school grounds at tra 1
eelgers for plenty of fish all the time and fish roe i.a y oi
he Bay can and oysters in their season at W. H. once. School opens Monday, Octo- ulty sheri is,
mpt trails- Shand'sstore, Parker, Fla.; also pleas- ber 4, with Prof. J. C. Lipes, princi- abunit one 1
rates. For ure boats for those wishing to make ex- pal, and Miss Kittie Holmes. assist- ami o n it
Co.. Agis cursions to the Gulf or elsewhere. ant. cai.tmited of
-The St. Andrews Bay Horticultural The term will be eight months in llte
er. and Improvement Association is prepar- All the m
i %nit Ihle ed to clear, improve and plant into fruit length, and tourists who desire to tu 45 years,
1ha In-,. any tract of land which may be given spend the winter here will now have ans, Poles
i serratmoims
el nol lting them. It will pay all persons to buy a the advantage oi good school facil- aind .early
tract from them and have it improved. cities. d r l
orn. Noon. -Handsome letter heads with St. dear fieni1
j7 5 Andrews Bay date line and views of pERFECTandpermanentarethe 'The itua
16 yo7 t
78 st either Cincinnati Hill or Buena Vista cures by Ho6d's Sarsaparilla, be- the lday wa
7ri 79 Point, at 8c. per dozen; also map of the cause it makes pure, rich, healthy, Firnt aid
76 t5 St. Andrews Bay country on back of a life and health-giving BLOOD. hee m
7ti 8A letter sheet at 12c. per dozen, at the the en,
77 83 BUOY office. STRIKE PROBABLY OVER, nlach recei
--Marriage lic.L3s properly filled -- consumnimae
'hat is why out and duly signed by Judge Melvin The Vote of the Strikers Stood at the Latti
One True can henceforth be had at the BUOY of- 415 for and 317 Against Ac- wee b i i
AALTH. fice by anyone legally qualified to mar- cepting the Terms Offered were otlld
ry, thusobviating the necessity of wait- By the Operators. theimm to joi,
ing ut
most-Goethe ing until they could be had from Ver"- dispatch from Columbus, Oh;u, laid down t
183S) sur- non, as has been the custom heretofore. dated Sept. 11, say : The great dmin, id o, nm>e0
1794, and -If you are thinking of buying prop- ems' ,trike wSich a declared on doiti of ,1
short life erty in St. Andrews or immediate vi- ke w a declared or mani" ofttl
utatio not cinity, you cannot afford to purchase July 4, was biughit to an end this the distl ict
moBst lu- until you have conferred with the pro- evening, so fa as \V., ern Next in
?ms a prietor of the BuoY. If you are short of Pennsylvania, ta and ing f wa

r one and want to buy on your own West'Virginia. 1, by the ShelilT Mar


-WifdeP ekie. -nes res 1U accom modated -
wbloh his loe o6 the ancient Gre Is ,tle United
ntblgled with bi admiration for .h1 -A report was In circus ticn here a miners wht I seaon tme Uite
och Ma Kanaris, Marcos Bo aritsnd week or two ago that Mrs. Hoover, a here since \ ,es. ,
Others who helped to shake off the well-known former lady reSident of St wrang- tloAnt
Torkish yoke, produced a deep iwmtes- Andrews had died. A very recent let- hAfter ~dty vtint ai, wrang e thek Aail
4mon all o Germany, perhaps lqcause ter to her daughter. Maud, now Mrs. hmg tme conetiom adto a ted a resl t- tok chai
they breathed the spirit of freedom and Spiva, effectually p-oves that the re- tion accepting the proposition ulf the up to ial
patriotism, which was then systematic- port had no foundation, she not even Pittl-ilurg operators. The vote was not been e
flly repressed in Germany itself. The Iing in poor health. 49a5 or and 317 against accepting S iterf"
Greek never forgot the services render-beinginpoorheatb 49 rand 317 agai accepting
Sed by him in Germany, as by Lord By -Jacksonville Metropolis: Well, the the terms of ettletumeit; eleven votes niglt at m
Ion in England, in rousing a feeling of people of Florida should be gratified ere not cast. a strong
Indignation against the Turk, and as that the State Agricultural College has wtei st r
the marble for Lord Byron's monument found a successor for 0. Clute, presi- The delegates from Illinois, who
in London was sent' by some Greek ad- dent. Dr. Yocumisnow president, and had 250 votes, were unanimously niemt and
imirers of the great poet, the Greek par. Heaven grant that he may prove ac- against a settlement. Indiana and c,,ntables
liament voted a shipload of Pentelican eeptable to all and not be found want- West Virinia voted solidly to accept warrants I
marble for the national monument erect. West Viginia voted solidly to acce-t
ed to my father in Dessau. His lyrical ing in any qualification as other presi- the operators proposition, but there batLte y al
a also are well known allover Ger- dents have.A t
Z,. particularly the cycles of the -Mr. Peter Parker of Parker, Fla., were scattering votes among the Ohio
"3o&hodrnMullerin" and the "Winter- and Miss Illinois Mashburn of Dothan, and Pittsburg delegates against it. ance vwas
rqlse," b .marvelously set to mu- Ala., were united in marriage at The proposition accepted provides teinleiit
sihadby Sc and others. He certain- 10 o'clock on the morning of the 14th for 65 cents in the Pittsburg district, Wilkesba
ly had cpu the true tone of the poet- inst., W. H. Parker, notary, of Parker r he
ry of the man people, and many of officiating. The hosts of friends of the all other places where a relative cea o
oica Temt hffre become dotiotal proper- a
ty, being sung by thousands who do not contracting parties will join the BUOY price can be obtained to resume work ba.is to
know whose poeers they are singing.- in extending congratulations and wish- and all to contribute liberally to the about -,
S"Recollections" 's Max Muller. ing them supreme happiness in their miners who do not receive the ad- ing was h
Just Iry a 10c lox of Cascarets, the ne-Apalachicola Times: "Mr. Orin vance, at which places the fight is to ternoon t(
nest liver and howel regulator ever made Harding ana Miss Clyde Smith were continue to a bitter finish. alter mu
The Eskimo's Kayuk. married at the Methodist church on While ten das is provided for the making it
Some queer craft are described by last Wedneslay evening, Rev. Hendry miiners to resume work, it is probable proposition
Gustav Kobbe in St. Nicholas, and he officiating. -There were many out to many of the Ohio and Pittsburg men woI k nIext
saypaof thp native Greenlander's boat: see the ceremony and wish the young will report Monday Publlic
While the tropical and semitropical couple God speed." The young people
sailor clings to :his lateen rig, the ex- ofSt.Andrews Bay and especially of Some of the Illinois delegates are 1uous in c
treine northern race, the ELkimo, clings Parker and Comanton, where several bitter in their denunciation of thl ac- vere terms
perforce to his kayak and paddle. The Parker and Cromanton where several
kayak sRggests our racing shell, but years of Mr Harding's boyhood were tion of the convention. They claim last night
without the sliding seat;nuid so covered passed will congratulate him upon se- their interests have not been given first volley
over that only a hole remains to admit curingoneof Apalachicola's fair daugh- due consideration. pected as
the body. Even if the Eskimo of the ters as a partner for life, and trust that A resolution was adopted denoune- scribable
extreme north wished to adopt a sail, he will some day vipit them with his ing the action of the deputies in fir- stampede
he cold not do so-for lack of wood for wife and cement the friendships that ing into thu crowd of s triking mineral
the mast. The light frame of hiqs a.ak ..cr eed to exist qug ton crow
ts. mad of bone nkillfuray thonIgel with at Hazleton, Pa.
seal leather, and the skin of the seal is The thusaInli,
s.erally used for the covering. I hIve The Young Peoples Baptist Union English as a Cursing Medium. pour ed v
seen the Eskimos of Labrador in their meets at the Baptist church every A pleasing testimonial to the resources terrur-strit
kayaks, and it is wonderful with what Sunday at 3 mn. All invited, of the English language was given at down lke
A quick, nervous quiver these light craft The Y. P. S. C. E. meets every Sun- Manchester. An inquiry was being held
respond to the slightest touch of the day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the as to a house reputed to be used for gam-
a e. Within easy reach are the ar- Presbyterian church. All interested bling. It was frequented by poor Jews,

daring sea hunters, who,oin their frail in Christian Endeavor work are to have spoken their own Yiddish-ex. Tasteiess C
booking kayaks, with icebergs towering earnestly invited to attend. ep when hey wished o swear. Then aa. It is
eir course, and the white "My boy came home from school one used English. Our oaths appear to tasteless fo
glm ost the ircoureindthew be simpler and stronger than those of
glbravedangers compared with whioffng,ch day with his hand badly lacerated and any other tongue. The Spaniards', preferitto
those encountered by the navigators of bleeding, and suffering great pain," says though it must be admitted they are Price, 50c
the flying pros, dababeahs and mu- Mr. E. J. Schall, with Meyer Bros. Drug coarser, are too elaborate. They swear,
letas are trifling. 'The Eskimos furnish Co., St. Louis, Mo. "I dressed the wound not in words, but in sentences. The Marvelouns
the ext ~ ance of that dogged and applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm same may be said of Italian execrations. The hum,
courage northern races which, freely. All pain ceased, and in a remark- French oaths are a failure. They beat us ture of all n
unitedntollectual energy, has ably short time it healed without leaving in slang, butin simple objurgation they architecture
^enableda n more favoredlin thelrsui- a sear. For .wounds, sprains, swellings mean a good deal, but thatis just where ical movem
rounding.o an these dwellers on arctic mean a good deal, but that is just where ical movemi
shoreto tvel op into the great people and rheumatism I know of no medicine they fail. The essence of a good round day, and all
of the ea or prescription equal to it. I consider it oath is mystery. And that is why Amer. tons of thohu
ai household neoesstty." The 2.k and 50 clan swearing, though sonorous, misses Here are fI
. are F o' r BEilious Colic. cent sizes fr sale by L. M. Ware & Co., its mark. There is too much thought in joints, pull
A.'sZure, ci ve n.), G;a.-I have been St. Anarews and Bayhead, and all medi- it.--St. James Gazette. and axles,
subject to altcks of lbilmous colic for sev- cine dealers. b"rom statistics recently published it eams,gir
ea years. Ch't 'rlain's. Colic, Chiolema appears that the dowries now given by science.
ad Diarrlra Remely is the nni se -Send 16 cents in currency or post- French parents on the marriage of their chanieal
r. li'.:Ir ami like .e ch rmn. Ome ,tope age stamps to H. C. McFadden, Assist- children are becoming more slender ad ti

fail. G. D. SHa.r. Forp t sal, 1L. M ant General Passengeir Agent, Plant French parents are beginning to adopt body, a
Ware & Ci... St. Andrewi .mnd ,B':thead. System of Rdlways, Savannah, Ga., for the syste of giving children away in used in a
SuU i r deck of handsome slaying cards.. marriage fre 1r, without haggling over in L:li'
sad mil medi ,I.,C r o ha slyin adsfinancial consider-m,,,


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emeninber that thtm oniv lerIi, tini wlich ynui can nvAiil )yol.self oi this
sillemliI offtTer is ti it, cvr? iII.-t:mti- .rtemlit $3 ".0 0 the LBumv.
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THE POMONA NURSERIES.
NEW CATA-
ILOGUE FOR 1898*
* iLLBE READY TO MAIL IN OCTOBER.
One party wrmies as iolrows of our 0W cat-
log.ie: "*till you plta! .e*nd meBacopy of yottr *
e valatle Nursery Ca a.Ine. I had a c ,py. but
S bave ,*ned it I find so many interesting a
g 'J things in it that I do D t v1shb to be without a
Out new a i1 Comaingne ill contain all the
good ieaturea of the q7 icad:pgueb ebides tnany
newlPhotographic Views We ot a full line of
,)'\ ]l'l "'-- PFruIl a0tct Ornanental Trees aiid Shlirubsadapted
to SuuLth4n pl acting. Caalogue Free. Address
* Newest and Moest Proflfable TH .GRIFFING BROS. CO.,
Peach tor Southern Planting. POMO.A HUSEKRIES, MACCLEINT, IA. *


ninmler. A big meet-
at MIcAdoo in the af-
nsider this offer, and
inCutt.,iijiu and speech-
s decidoil to accept the
lie imen to returni to
hsday morning.
lion is almost unani-


inning
e action
"official


in the most se-
of the deputies.
murder." The


mt the deputies, unex-
was,' created such inde-
psternation that the men
id fled, and it is not
iat, while the men were


long flight, the deputies
y after volley into the
:n crowd and they went
raw s.

:ure---No Pay.
av all druggists-pell Grove's
Tonic for chills and ma-
,pl) iron and quinine in a
Children love it. Adults
er, nauseating tonics.


anlsm of the Human Body.
y is an epitome in na-
nanics, all hydraulics, all
11a machinery of every
e more than 310 mechan-
a known to mechanics to-
'these are but modifica-
.4d in the human body.
all the bars, levers,
pups, pipes, wheels
anl socket movements,
trusses, buffers, arches,
and supports known to
rj point man's best me-
an be shown to be but
processes of the human
tn of first principles
illiam George Jordan
c. Journal. .


Notice in Divorce.
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION.
First Judicial Circuit of Flor'da .-Circuit
Court of Washington Countv.
Minerva S. Mitxon. Complainant. vs. J. F.
Mixon Defendant.
It being made to appear from the alle-
gal ions of said bill of complaint and the
same being sworn to, that the defendant
J. F. Mixon is not a reside t of the sale
of Florida, ibut is a resident of the slate (ot
Georgia and that he is over the age of 21
years of ago; It is therefore ordered that,
the'defendant J. F. Mixon plead, answer
or demur to the said bill of complaint on
or by the 5th day of October. A. D. 1897,
the same being the first Monday of Octo-
ber and a rule day of this court or said
bill will be taken as confessed.
-f-T.s order be published once a week
in a weekly newspaper pilblished in
said county for thie period of four weeks
prior to tile 5th day of October, A. D.
1897, the same being the first Monday in
October, A. D. 1897.
Done and ordered this 14th day of
August, A. D. 1897. W. B. LASSITTER,
Clerk of Courts, Washington Co., Fla.
W. 0. BUTLER, solicitorr for Complt.


St. Andrews Poultry Yards,
G. W. SURBER, SR., Prop.,
ST. ANDREWS BAY, FLA.
--Breeder of Pure-


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$ f2 P IERi. P A.r II
Eaas for Settilg, $1 for Fifteen


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Vobile to Carrabelle, via Pens cola, St. Andrews

Bay, Cromanton and Apalachicola.


255 Tons Burden. Passenger Capacity 50


Mobile to jSt Andrews Bay and
Mobile to ....Cromantou.... 5 00 St Andrews Day to Aalahicola.. 2 50
Apalachicola .......... '7 'arabelle.... 3 00
S Carrabellc ............8 00 Apalachicola to Carrabolle....... 7f

EAST BOND. WEST BOUND.
LEAVE. ARRIVE."
5th, 15th and 25th at 7 p.mf...........Mobile...........12th, 22d and 2d a.m.
7th, 17th and 27th p.m. St A ndrews By ..and th21stand lst a. m.
...... ( romaiton........1h
8th, 18th and 28th a.m...........Apalachicola........li1th, 21st and 1st p. m.
ARRIVE. LEAVE.
th, 19th and 29th a m. ......... Carrabelle ........ Oth, 20th and 30th noon

Connects at A\alachicola w .bttamcrs up Chat.aboochee River. At
Carrabelle with ;" T -, G. RailroaiJt allahassee.
For further information. f.-eight s and special ra s for large parties
dd ress, C.'A I"1'. AS. I I "C, Mobl' Alabama.

Eoertluody Fays Sgo. C.it'
Cascarets Cand\ ( all.'ru1i. the n1rsL won-0
derful medical dis. c. i r. of the age,p eas-
aut and rei''fr shim'.-, i tthe' tnle, act gently
and posili. ly .i li .' li\i r ;a id bowels,
cicausing iit,' e ti r'' s'.%m ini. di-., pI colds,
curn hi af.1 I. r I. hl-.mii:iil iionstipation
and hi in ',,as.' l.y :in i tr a box
of C. (. C *,. ,' "..... .iu:'. ..uidand
gnaran:' "' ,rr t.v il drll i; s.
b
Notice
Ts heroln v 'iv n to ail parii'e hrldinr
claims ;ag ,i r ti h ei li t o 1" r e of ihi 'n-
stantine, I.,ile ,i \\'iliigii imo c'ImIt' de-
ceased, to .) rei'il nI i im m1 1 the mrdcr.
signed admiiimstlr.tlumr nillii twelve .a
mont- s frum he date liereot', or the same
will lie bai ed Iy the stAtomiti' f limita-
tion. W. 1. 'II,.lIAH A dmr.
Apio i 1i1. 1 '7.


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First Last, and all *5

Time! ^


.7 7, ]PWa re & C(o,




)offee, "rt U
Green.... I B H
ArIuckIC, G 3'
linger BiUlpa 3 25 Ba
ira ckeri, i da. 7 R i
taisins Canned fr tI t
London lavers.. -21.. beaches % I5'ira0
Valencia.... .. T' omatoes .. .ti 7
tica ........ 6 Apples... .... I(t
apples Pears ...... .. ."1
Evaporated. ..8 Plums......... 25
Dried Peaches 8 Apricot ........ 25
Soal Oil prgal....15 Strawberries... 20
gasolinee ......20 Pineapple..... 20
lorida Syrup... 40 Canned Meats
toney.........l.00 Roast Beef... 12t,
iinegar........ 30 Corned Beef.. 12.,I
Cheese pr 1b..... 15 Chipped Beef.. 2"1
butter .. .... 2.5 Lobster ....... .20
,ard .... .... 6 Salmon .... .. 15
eans.. .......... 4 Canned Vegetables
,ocuanut pkg... 10 Baked Beans... 15
'iuit Pndditine.: 10 Corn......... 121
felly,glass. 15a25 Peas ....... 15
L'ime Juice ...... 50 Punpkin...... 15
Egs per doz... 15
PROVISIONS.
flour Pork
S0 N /2.... 2,85 D. S. prlb......64
Majestic .... 3.00 Baecon Sides;.... 7
lorn Meal pr bu 60 Fresh ....... Sal 0
Yat Meal pr lb... 5 Br'kf'st Bacon..I11
.orn per bu.... ...58 *Ham canvassed 13
Potatoes Sishoulders ..... 10
Irish....... 1 20) leef
Early .'s eed 1 21 Corned ..
S we t . e 60i''5 FreI--- . ....~. n
3alt, pr sa k ... 85 Dried ....... *5 1
Ta.ile .. .. 5 Mil' pPr .5.. '1
H.\'4,rTWAI'E.
N,iils. per' l,3'.k -l aittlA ile. 80
Gal%, ire do.6.- etch .. 3 ,5
Manillt ro)po. ,. ,P p' tintt, can 45
Stove coo, k,. tis',ed siti, .gaS.taI I;hII
Fi pe, per
-- )5
r-iita. per aS tL ic'k's .........5a6.
Sieeti1kii. 1 Sa) FI niu l. ....... 15a40
luslin. ..... l'' jl I T i '.td ,per p.Iol 5
Jeans. .." 15a45 Sl-..s, ladies $fla' 75
Extrapants pat 225 Mln'ti. .W 1 40.30t0l.l
MISCELLANEOUS.
Hay pr cwt..75al.1l |ats pr I,|. 4 .. 41 1
Bran ....... 95al.05 BIrick pr M. .:..13 10
Rope Sisal .... 7@9 Lime pr ll..... 75
F1-UIT andNL'T. T
Oranges pr doz.. Pecans .r Ih..... 15
Apples. .. .. 12 W .lit.. ..... 20,
Lemons......... :11 Ahniannld ..... i, .
OYSTI:i ,S
lu shell prl,000 1.11n Ope ed- (.t qt .. IK i
LIVE STtUCK.
Horses... .r|a1 Cows....... C1w^ $
Mules. .. l0t11K 5, Hogs. ...,....$3ut $4
%xen. "pr yoke $40 Sheep........... -$:2
.. It)U 1,11TR Y
C',ickensei'C h ,I '5 Geese ench 4 5-,,,
luirkc ss .. l5att.00 Ducks....... l.S -l
Gk.AME.
Vcguiaot pr i1 7al0 Tuirkeys. .. .. >i t.
FISH.
Fle-sh SAlt LI!
A ullet pr do-. 251 ullet pr 1.Il 5.
Trout.......-- -. t.- . .. t


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'Sit


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Sturgeon ..... ker l .... tJ
LUM It .
Flooring, -" Ceiling. .
earth, H m. ..$1;hblJ-Henr(, ..$141.1
ice ... 14.00 Face 12. 2.
ip .. 10,100 Sap . I0.0
Drop riding, CI sll,., ,
heart face J'in 15.10 !", (; in. m. .$12.lJ
to 10.11i) Finishing lun-
in' lstnil)cr 8fl 61 L2 hler.d $12iv'h. 15
art shiigles-, 1.50 Lat, t im .... :2.1
ip 1.50 Boat lunmler,
dres,:ed t2-A


SrATK or Otrio, CIry OF V',tL)Eo I
LtCA.S CQU.,'Nry. sf ;
Frank J. Cli ui'' "nakes oath tih t he
is thesenior partner 'dl' the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing liusiihvs in the City
of Toledo, county ani stlte tisurefid, and
that said firm will pay the sum of ONE
iiUNDRED DOLLARS fl'r e.Lchi aid every
case of.Ctartrli thait canntA tle cured l.v
ihe Hisef .Hall ..atarh C'ure.
H Fa..K J .l ti.Nmvv.
Snot01,, a l isilsci lied ini
my I resen hy of -ecen-ile'r,
A D., lli;'. A. W tILt:.EAs. ,.
[ (.,.. ,,, o., t'u .lic.
Hall's Clatarr Cure i t intern.lth
and a.ts dirm on the .111.lo and tin-
couus surfaces of' the systeni. ero-,d f'or
testinionials, f'r.0,
J. J.1. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0.
"Sold liv Druggists, 5-e.
Hall's Family Pilis aie the l. .

The Sqgar Tariff Prize PuzzeI.
A reward of $25 is offered by the
New York World for any linguist who
will translate the sugar schedule in the
new tariff bill into English that can be
understood. It is said that the sugar
men understand it perfectly, and if they
do what business is it of* others? The
Sugar trust is running the United
States senate at present...and it is hold-
Ing up all legislation. "til it gets what
it wants. If the people of this country
had a chance to vote on the election of
United States senators, some of the old
fossils in the senate would never be
heard of again.-Harrisburg Telegraph.
The Trust's Warm Friend.
Senator Aldrich has always been a
truly good friend of the Sugar trust,
and it is apparent that this friendship
has not grown cold.- B..-tion Hlir.did.


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ONLY A PRIVATE CITIZEN.

Col. Cliiple'" Eflfective Work in,
thle Inzteret t eof enjaeolha.
SPvinsaco'a News.
A after reali,,iL, in i l., New.- ,of ,l.l .
SC hiljley's \til: i i- a i a iugi t...n a
g,-ntlemnan rei:al kr-I to a iel,,,. eta:a-
tie of the New.. that lie wae gl,:,t t.,
see, aitong the in|poltant things l .-
coinpli.leil, that work wasi so.mi to
1he bIegun 1.1n the National (.'eitnetery
Military rioa.l; that lie had he:li d of
only two men in that county opposed
to it; that one of these, a prominent
ciLiz-in, was reported as having said
lat, Mr. Chipley .eemnied to be quite
Seoninent in coniiectiun with the
road, buti while lie might be a good
i.ailioii mian, he did<'iot see what as-
tance lie conlil give to this military
road.
Tlhis, impels the News to report
honlliethi.ng that occurred two months
ago. Col. Chil ley went before the
city con icil ar.d notified that body ol
the conling of Maj. Humphrey, Unit-
ed States quarter master in charge of
the military road. He said that the
map the war department had sent him
of this road'indicated that. it was in-
tended that the city ishoild build
from its paved streets, to the limits of
the city to connect with the military
road. That he had succeeded in get-
ting a very low rate of freight on the
load material-either chert or crush-
ed rock-for a basis if it was decided
to use the same, reducing the rate
about 20 per cent and makiiig tihe
gve iinment appropriation go that
iiicllh tart-ter. For example-the
rock and chert wouull cost on the cars
at Biiiniiigliam 25 cents a ton, .The
freight has heretofore been $1.50 a
ton; a low rate. This Mr. Chipley
notified the council lie had succeeded
in having reduced to $1.25 per ton for
both city and government.
He further stated to the council
hlat, fur the chert "to be used by the
>city lie would arrange to have one-
thbii I.aid, in six months, bringing it
iint, next year's taxes; one-third in
twelve months, bringing it into the
next year's taxes, and one-third in
eighteen months, bringing it into the
thirl year's taxes.
(Nol. Clhipley requested the mem-
bers of the cit) council and the news-
paper ieliorters present not to give
|I,1flicity to tlin matter at that time.
Col. C'hiple'y Iis tow alii,t'nt frulo tit!
tale, but u .uder Thlie -cihenistlaicer.
the New.s does not ibeieve its publi-
...M i ... .. .... ... a i .. il.... ... ..i i.,s-


- 1 -n 7i mw- .11. vs III
is to lie retired friih, public affair
causo brokeii hiith at, ,Tallahasseo
robbed himiin of the senatorship, they
are veivry miiuch iNtaken,
Loi'kitig over the tiles or the News
fr the 0 ,e1riod ol two milnthl, after Mr.
('hiiil'y retlturned I'ni 'l'Tallahlia-ee,
we Ii id am,,ng other things that lie
secnied ,lthe attent-ion .f the atthlori-
ties at \V..alihi-ton a 1 hi:d the mill-
tary road rei'c'iiveimmnediate attention.
He ui.-hed time corn fair-which is
canceded',u a.l sides to have been the
be.,t movement for the interest of the
faimein of Floiida eier inaugurated
-tu a saicLceKsful consummation.
What it did for Pens.acola our busi-
ness men know.
He succeeded in seciming through
Mr. Sparkman,+ a promise that the
torpedo flotilla shall rendezvous and
niitne'uver in our harbor in December.
He called the atteiltion ot the com-
mercial organizations to t .e proper


steps to take toward seceiring a vessel
for this port lor the use ot our naval


militia, and through Congressman
Sparkman's assistance this will bear
fruit in due time.


He is already arranging foi a great
agricultural and horticultural fair
here in- 1898.
He has announced that next sea-
son he will distribute free seed ol
Kaffir carn and encourage its culti-
vation. -. .--
He sent three hundred Wes.
ida farmers to Quincy to study the
successful methods of tobacco culture
in use there, giving them merely
nominal excursion rates, and this will
result in fully $100,000 worth of
Cuban and Sumatra leaf being raised
in Flo ida next year.
His latest work in Washington in
')the interest of Pensacola was told in
our news columns yesterday-his cf-
fults being again crowned with suc-
Cte S. as.
This is all the work private
citizen. and one too who\is' 'a can-
didate for any office. For twenty
yeartr he has been engaged in similar
efforts.
Not only may he be a "good rail
ro:ul official," but he is also good at
many other things that are of im-
plortance to pensacola, and a little
thing like being robbed .of the high
position of United States senator did
nut casue himn to sulk for a day or
even a rmroment/ ,,


Bret "Overland" E"nery. AUDACIOUS l-SSANE. HOW TO FIND
ln 'lie auntio Monltbly Mr. Charles ---- Fill a .it or couson g
Warren Stoddard, ntccribing the ap- rfle Rogue and Fo Wans Typical ,ind let it .tad tienyl-fuur
pearance of Bret Harte's "The Luck of Soldier of ttue. iment or settling indicates
Roaring CUamp," (xp!.nius the story of The hero of thi to-' inug story, Kis- condition of the kidneys.
the wom.ni who was tpipu.ed to it- pub- sane, had bteu- a I: ~L,;1t t.unsiness stains linen it is eviden
lieation. '',T.ere ihis beetn tmauy r, tdir- ms.n in Cin:iuIti 'v. as tried with trouble. Too ilr -4cunt d si
iugs of lt.it6 ILatIUiuJ. Mr. udiouAld's others and acquitted the charge of or pain in the basck, is al
version is uuques.,ionably the correct burning the steamib M;-rthb Wash- proof that the kidneys and
oine. ipgt'on to secure i r ,:1nd after- out of order.
In the A.ig'ut lunimber of Thi .Ovt:.r- ward was suit toi the l iltali..cy fora WHAT TO I
laud Montlily I Ii'.Si ma inprtic: "The large bank fit, -ry: There is comfort in the
Luck of oiit tmg C_' ;p." it M.r. Har' Into the V.alKeir r;t:a expedi- often expressed, that Dr. Ki
had beien in doubt a.- to his vocation b,- tion, made up for the stpartof "men Root, the great kidney ren
fore, that doubt waa now dirplled for- of strong character, d f the hum- ery wish in relieving pain
ever. Never was a more i.mplitio or drum of common 11 nd really for a tidnesinarver. bladder. It
unquestionable literary success. That career which might Ing ,them the itv to holdurinasseatid se i
success began in the composing room, sweets of adventure the rewards of itn'git, or bad effects follow
when a female compositor revolted at fame," Kissane now i coming out of liquor, wine or beer, and o
the unaccustomed combination of men" the penitentiary, there itselff with all unpleasant necessity of bei
tal force, virility and originality. No the abandon of hisda fiatuiri Hear- to get up many times during
doubt it was all very sudden and unex- rived at Nicaragua i 1, 1856, Un- urinate. The mild and the
pected. It shook the editorial and com- der an assumed name | was soon ap- effect of Swamp-Root is so"
posing rooms, the business office and a pointed and corn ond assistant stands the highest for its wo
limited number of worthy people who commanding general, 1t the rank of ofthe most distressing case
had seen "The Luck" in manuscript as major, and ordered t6 o charge of the a medicine you should haven't
by druggists, price fifty cent
they had never been shaken save by the commissariat of the ai -. He showed lar. You inay have a sam
notorious Californian earthquake. The such ability that Wal, soon prLimoted pamphlet both sent free v i
climax was precipitated when the justly him. For eight or ni months lie had the Buoy and send your t
indignant editor, whose motives, liter- the entire finances of country in his Kilmer & Co. Binghampton
ary judgment and good taste had been hands, and but for hi reful manage- proprietor of this paper g
impeached, declared that "The Luck of ment the filibust ringug Emne, it is con- genuineness of this offer.
Roaring Oamp" should appear in the ceded, would have. iu an earlier de-
very next number of The Overland feat. wih'6 had testified against
Monthly or he would- resign his office. When General Wa marched- to Martha Washington ca
Wisdom finally prevailed, the article Rivas, he left tiraua in charge of had the young man arres
appeared, The Overland's success was Kissane. The latter m' sudden salli,,s trumped up charge and s
assured. and its editor was famous. on the r: ighboriug has d., and, cup. cold blood.
during the viv\s and da lihtus of prom- At the collapse of the ex
Send 16 cer'ts in currency or postage inent N icaraguans, hel them as hoa- sane caused to be publish
stamps to H. C. McFald.n, Assistant tages to be .c, han, 4f' pTrs awocouts of tbh: her
ieira&l P.-,a.- A.--nt .tP1 t 41- Xv1ifT- Hterrpute l? ve .'1 a air' I "st,-- *w-I5'e. he
tecn of Railways, Savannah Ga., f fortune in tie salecf scatedhacie-. while he escaped from t
deck of handsome playing card. and : cr U Li direction Panama on board the 1
dascai'eks stimulate the liver, kidneys and cathedrals and .counv nu private sloop of war St. Mary's, C
bowels Never sicken, weaken or gripe, dwellings weie pillage f gold, silver -Lida Rose McCabe in M1
50 cents and jewels. The plunwr, which filled A parliament Cum
six large cedar clhacs was melted, Before the speech from
S / packed in small bul nd shipped to read, when the houses ar
New Orleans. Robed priestly vest7 the afternoon, by the lord
ments and carrying t holy eucharist,' the house of lords and the
S[ BaS W i Kissane led a triumn mut procession house of commons, it is t
through the streets of uanda. His au- both houses to read one b
dacity and bravery h'imn devoted pro forma in order to assi
S followers. Few, if ait f >his t omau- of deliberation without re
ioun in arms suspected early history. immediate cause of su:
A 'Nevertheless the trrp, d id nt. rhifld practice is enjoined in the
4 him wholly firom in try of tie past. standing order. In
HL Recgiziu i one ofe yulhful fal- commons the same fern
/. E lowe:rs of the army sou uoa man pursuant to ancient custo
AT following resolution, pas
5Notti- 1803: "That the first day
SJ. D; Howell will no e responsible for ting in every parliament
| li '?J ._ any contract made in .e name of J. D. and no more, receiveth a
Howell & Co. :- ined,) for form sake." In the h
Dated, Aug. 19, 18P J. D. HOWELL. e rk ofar
N ...an ancient document whi
S --t ttmrus' -.- t this purpose for at least a
_. titled "A bill for effect
SA$100.0e mig clandestine outlawri
mTA S T Em LE duly read a first time and
TASTELESSGivenl a read a second timt and

EI I very onth n- i.-La'on .N
o I m mH to the pers .ubmttnl, the 11 Inicorporation ]
- * most m I>riuu.4-inveutiou ,cofetlu
Sdur heced month. in [rsuance of hestatul
%W-- S H I PITATENTS e ,iadtl :.d I.npr, idt.ld, notice
B BFOR IN sT T anT the R ,* -,til intauti ol' if the un
S00 o Iurae ons of an inveont- ot to, the goiernor of the
m B m 9 B .- lve tur nminl. At. tle" i.In lfr letters patent inc
totssametim ,. Andrews H.;orticultitra
IS JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. the faci tb "t ': l' init'anl oft t. And
WARRANTED. PRICE 5O cts. It's, tle S ple., i Alli-trhl"CIee:
GALATIA,ItJ.s.,Ov.IG, 3H. 1. The name ,f tile coI
Paris Medicine Co.. St. Louis, Mo. 9 T* '+lt IoS '' the .I. [ldrcws Horlicul
nlemn:- ld las year. hole of tTriVial I t011 I011s o et. A a -titul
tO4VE'5 TASTELt.ES C ILL, TONIC and bhav p s lr,..ventenl .,,iinip A ndr, wiid it
rughtthreeplrsalreadythisyear. Inalorex- That Yiel Fortune. is,,., shals eSt L Aidre
pertenre of 14 )foar in bhe drug busatneS bhiAve -
neversold n artle e at ui- -such aw. ue nnl'a Hook n a:Otlui O
..... -_ ... - ver." m ,. .. n r e s

oth.r.w O 'ULtIt taleisnt a. 0". u'
tI Ce- il 1. direction M. ,y a a." t I lle ts


Sr. ti ra has .-r be.w a timn) ifn mention general i.icde ; n t ilt uli siini
r !'.r E ."evr -ter,: T E P-Rent, i.....o n 9 oaningraf.iercaneyto ,' 1,i,,
I' '. ueinnmor.'essential.Flicy are -dT F pRFL lMS G0. t in it1" lilies tIC('ilied
,-i,rd L-. e;.owhart. insist on having ibein. t Uc 1 I l. Mr.G " thre ('nilina lltl i tnes in .itii
"RY nE AN M AL h lp wy'.-^,t cm- mea-s of tr.iinportlunl
Sfi a g F Stree meet the necessities of the
SZIP.l oTinr.s1 %Wi 11 Mr garIIeri-m e 3 1HINOTON D.C1 ducted; tlme accumulation
sn iti.,e.,iptfa.rtbelr .'dition. Free. S* 'yofthiscompany loaning of money to incit,,
S Ferry & Co.,Detrolt, Mich._ as aThe responib the fact that lie on approved security; to
3a> ---_ v^^> .._ 141 may be jud.eai\erone thousand
PS. s m atock i held t w7re aoeri In th w award premiums for merito
.] .' J fi .. fa i^ of the Ica.Hna~ n .... in aKriculture, horticultur
o* '-^ 3. The capital of the cot
two thousand five hundred
m me e -e- -e s -e se ... S and shall be divided intotw
SIABA0 ;a fifty shares of the par value
SANDY lAA (.$10) each; subscription to
be paid in cash, lIand, labor.
acceptable to the board of
B der such conditions and
maniy be provided for by
W were cash is paid, at let
S ($i) on each share subscrib
paidatthetime ot subscrii
U B i'liiTT iATI :* dollar ($1) a month on eac
t>llE lqnla l__8 a, paid tor. Where paymen
._'All 1 land, a good warrant deed
R1 Lfree of all eucumbh'ances,
DRGGISTS bPy the board of directors, ii
no. theldealLaxa. ncumbrane most not ex
BSOLUTELY GU A]NW to cure any case of constipation. Caseare alrresuki Sam- er create the purchased
*pie and booklet free. Ad. STERLING ne. er.r. O. ri, otr. aure eas, Nwo-** property, Where other prc
-*-********-**** -*** -- ***I *p **p** o it mu"t ,,o f,,S S ofll l;i,


.... M claims whatsoever.
l g4. The highest indebtedr
SLA N pany shall assume shall ii
TimeT e~ i iltect May 15th, 18iN33 value of its property.
Qo 58 1No0.36 N.- 5. The board of director
7:45 p.m. 7:55 a.min Lv Montgomery iAr o. Dower to make by-laws, ri
9:17 p.m. 10:01 a.m Troy ** -2 lItions n cessary to conduct
10:30p.m.- 11:26 a.m. Oark4:a 5:5p.m. of this company a:nd am
11:05 p.m. 12:13 p.m Pinckard 1:2' 3:4 .. abolish the same.
1:25 a.m. 2:34 p ainbridge 6. The officers by which
2:07 a m. 4:05 D.m Thom "-ville sh11a be conducted, subject
3:33 a.m. 5:00 p.n. Quitin 11:..,4 ,' 1:35 p.m. stri'tions as may be made b
4:02 a.m. 5:34 p.mi. Valdosta t" 11 :14 1 1p.1" -1hal1 be president, vice press
4:50 a.m. 6:35 p.m. Dupont l:. t 12:15a ,.nm te ary, who shall elected I
5:50 a.m. 7:41F p.m. Atr w .,v.-i ,-- 1" :1 t.i" Jint.ctors at 'their annual
R:20 a.m. 11:15 p.nt. Ar .., l -.,,, ill,.- "S wnjAhi h-Jry-b+e held 01
Train No 82 leaves .',utrn. -., 4:00 p.m.: T'..\. : Tp.n a M l i1 in January, ot each ve
Train No83 arrives g'omery, 10:30a.mr : Tr.-,.. s:iia .. krI. .,:ilan 11i .... elect a treasurer at t
6:00 a.m. 9:30 p.n. Lv Waycross Ai, I1: 11 1:U a in. N.,t less than five nor more i
8:50 a.m. 12:30 a.m.Ar Savannah *- 1- :44 a.ni ,,- shall constitute the bi
4:50 p.m. 5:10 a.m. Charleston Lv ..:.0 at.m. ors who shall be elected by
0 am. 8:10 Lv a c 1:rs hby ballot at their an
7:50 a.m. 8:10:30 p.m. ArLv Waycross A1. -45-' 7:1, t.na. which shall be held on the
:0 a.. 10:30 p.. A r Brnswick I January of each years, a
9:20 a.m. Lv Jacksonville Ar ;'6:4t 7:36a.m serve for three years or u
10:30 a.m. Ar St, Augustii.-. -- ;.,." t .:"- 0.r.n eessors are chosen and qual
10:55 a.m. Palatka %j -,. it. 5:)1l ta i 7. Until the first election
1:00 p.m. Sanford 1:2 .1. 1:2" 1 mous shall be president,
2:52 p.m. Winter Park 1"-.':27 l-3i 1 a, vice president, R. E. How
3:0 p.m. Orlando 2:1- and August Wilson treasury
3:43 p.m. Kissime 1 111 .. 8. All stockholders shal
3:4320 p.m. "' Kiseiland 11.*:1aI '.:- ,ni. vote in all meetings of the
7:10 a.m. Lv Dupont i :) a out regard to the number
9:01 a.m. Ar Live Oak "'tt_ ::; a.r may hold.
10:55 am. ighSprins1:- a. 'he names and residence
11:55 a.m. Gainesvil:e 3:1 a. nm scribers to the stock of th
2:10 p.m. Ocala I: 1. 1:21l aF i as follows:
3:32 p.m. LeesburgT l 1-2:05 a1.m W. A. Emmons, St. AndI
6:50 p.m. Lakelandu l :3 9:301 p.n. R. E. Howard,,
6:50 p.m. Lv Lakeland .im. .1:301 p m. L. P. Tenney,
7:30 .Lv Lakeland A: M Dated. September 9, 1897
7:30 p.m. Ar Tampa IB ay.H nm.o l0 .m. SQtate of Florida,
'7:40 p.m. Tamca Bay Hel County of Washington.-
8:00 p.nm. Port. Tamipa :,-' p.n. Before me a Notary
1'A"oBefore me a Notary I
1:05 a.m. Ar Punta Gordn State at. large personally a
Trains Nos. 57 and 58 carry Pftll-an Pala( e le..-pin .i'" Emmoes, R. E. Howard an
and t. Lotris,.also through day coach between .la,.k-iivill, N-'-,8ll. a*-, f'ee who each for Mmself acki
reclining chair cars between J'acksonville an.s M.in1c,.n' i l.. 33 d Mn i mrrri he executed te foregoing
Pullman Palace Sleeping Carsbetween Jack i .vil .Itl- i "I.. N. and charter for the uses and p
83 daily exc pt Sunda'. all ot ers daily. 'or an, ,,tl,.s ir' 'r ap-ly ta r ny expressed on the day thes
agent of the Plant'r t rn or W. V. LIF EY.rDi,. P ,, A t al imry. Ala., [sAL. 1
G H. MrFADDEN, Asst. GC.P. A. B. W 'RF NN. P M "


PIONEER


RU';U


hS^ollu


in tile back,
every part of "

j CORNER OF SHELL AVENUE AND NICHIIAN TET
vereoes that ST. ANDREWS BAY. FLA.
ng compelled
g the night to no
,,Vo Oarrie s a FNILine of ifruos, give inos
extraordinary
n realized.it Ot J L o 0 f e i
nderful cures
e es. Sold Diamond Dyes, Trusses, Syringes;
s and one dol-
pie bottle and
il. tiPAINT BRUSHES, FANCY AND TOILET
address to Dr.
, IN. Y. TheA R TI T 4
guarantees the A R TIC.
DR, J. J, KESTER. Drug-ist a
,uiin i n tioe -
se, Kissane G. B. THOMPSON. J. G. JOHNSON:
;ted on some
shot down in
aTHOMPSON & JOHNSONW:
petitionn Kis- HAVING PURCHASED AN INTEREST IN THE
hed in thepa.
ic death of Salisbury Lumber Company's Mill,
he 0,- 1 H Miles EastofSt..Andrews, n prei,-,, .to Tff-W B;-
United States
captain Davis.
oClure's, X 3 [ 5
tom.. Either Rough or Dressed,
the throne is IN ANY QUANTITY AT REASONABLEE PRICink
re resumed in
chancellor in AL S SI ITI T- F]LES AND M: 'OTJTL, )I
he practice in THOMPSON & JOHNSON. PPioaETOrs. Har,1 ri.on, Fli la.

ill a first time
ert their right THE POPULAR
erence to theHE POPULAR
mmons. This4=3 0 ... "o o
house of lords s.m
the house o PENSACOLA, Fla. oIit. i W\\aiin.tg on,,l ltiun li|pont,
ki is observed
m andof the Isthe Piace for Passengers Coing to and from
sed March 22,
of every si ST. ANDREWS BAY.
some one bill,
sso Ro00ms Comfortable! Terms Reasonable!
house of comic
ents produces
ch has served 1 O i a ear for
century, en- Demlrest's
ually prevent- The Subscription Price of em. .v a s
es," Which is I) E 5 R0 E S T S amily .'
I ordered to be ts reduced to S1.00 a Year. am g azin
will never be DrHW, _ ,
opening of the DE/O.ORESTS Demorest's Family Magazine i., mune thli a, lasnf
FAMILY .Maga...ine; althothli it gives the very latest home and fori
s. MACAZINE riLru fashion-. -a>-li nemonth; this is onlv one of its many val.
tab le featur'Es. It has something for each member of the
Notice. amiily, for eve *y departmout of the household. and its va-
le. 1 i1 ucch ease 74 k L .ied coiitntsn are ofr the highe-st grade, making it pre.-ini-
i,. Ierehiy given I ,ently, the i"aIily Illagazite ofthlie IVorld. It fur-
r state of Fnou,- .... H,- regressivee writers of thedav, and is abreast of the timed
.rp ointng I l..... n ever thing-Art, Liteiature,, d ence, Society Affairs
I n Iniprove. actionn Household Matters, Sports. etc-a single nunmbff
S requentl.v r t linin. from Lt20 to 0 f9) fine engraving,., mak-
,a~, sa sb- [ ig it, the MOST COMPLETE AND MOST PRO'UELY
1pny shall. ILLUSTRATED o tlhe IEATl M()'HIflES. tT -
tur.,L and 1ni-
s place L"r hu I DEMOREST'S MAGAZINE Fashion Dpartmeut is in every way farheabd of
s, Washington that contained in any other. ptnlicalion.
Subscribers are entitled eacl: month jpatorns of .the latest fashions Inwo.'-
f Fihe company imina's attire, at no cost to them other t that necessary for postage and wrap-
in W ,sllin to Pltin pl" '
talc of Florida ITO B"El'T"I h QEM'E=:SfE 'T -I.&
finprovmg the than a year's subse'Ap.fon Lo D1 I; Ke .nm -. .By
oft agricultural subscribing at once 3ou ca i avail vtatwi'el.lf the BUOY'S liberal clubbing offef
and tlic liu- and besides getting the magazine at the trduced urico, get the handsome 25o
to d..il in and X-mas number with its beautiful panel ptiture suplementb.
prepared all the Grat
'ir market; Great Special Clubbing Offer for Prompt Subscriptions
ars,;,, tie nI $ 7fo
;h,,,r: e ,,,n ndI7,Wf A and

as reuir. o In y "I Demorest's Eamily Magazine.
lIiiisi. con- Send your subscriptions to this office at once and remember the only terms ard
of ftnds; the
e s and Others $1.75 Sell at one T in for Both Iulb icatins,
ihld :.. .;. i .


Our Clubbing List.
'lhe BULI ) has made v .ry lieral cluli-
sing arrangetintIit with a" tew oftl'le vi r
liest pui licationsi in the countryy an- tlor
lie present e'in sendl 'r.'" a w llle ye:.ar
'The UOtY and
Lelie'" Il II.-ral -d WV eklv tl o r... $3.11(
The Florida Cilzen, daily for. . .$7 00
1 lie Floirisl. Cit .zen, e kli ,f or. .t 5.S
l.eslie's W i.tklv ... 11)0
Scieutilic Ain'-riiall' .. .. ... 3 l 51"
Farmer anld I it l.i iiro .. '. :55
Fl ida .g riiiulti 't2 ". 55
(I el. clu .' of :', :icl . 25
Farm J ,trn.l. Ph, lil.atd':. inl4 lhly I lu
Cinltiiiat.i En uirer I ti ici e a t ttsk
S' large I.t.'.' e.ii'h i i ln ..... 1 70
A llai tt Co ,n-lilti iion i 1 70
N. V'. 'Worll ( Irice i, k) ....... 1 I
For anvy ir ciltlih r ol I t: al',ie puiillica
tions in tconneclionii illh lthe Bt'Y., ad-
lress all orders to THE LUOY.
St. Andrews, Fla.

FOR SALE.

Another Bargain in Real Estate.
TheKilb erg place, 2 miles northeast
of Parker, consisting of 80 acres fine
timbered land, being the west half of
the southwest quarter of section 6, tp
4s, range 13w; 4 acres fenced with
picket fence and in cultivation, with
several fruit trees, grape vines, etc.,
and a babitable, shanty. Price $:;10i,
].,a ,'tl.v 3 ~tL '10 if ,j.:.-,ired, FF o r pai' tili -
lars addc e lhe,- th t'ov. '

FOR RENT

THE GLOVER PLACE
On Watson Baityo is ff tred for rent
for otte season with privilege if two
T'o the right party, who will take
good care of the premises. here is a
Splendid Opportunity'
For particulars apply at Buoy office.


IMPROVED FARM FOR SALE!

Gilt Eg Barain for SB ne!
Ondhundred and sixty acres of choice
F trming Land in the south half of sc-l ion
7, township 4s, of range 13w. Good
Dwelling House, lrive Well, c.,i rie.nt
outhouses, Fine Fruit Orchard of. Pears.
Peaches, Plums, etc., and nearly 1,0110
Grape Vines, all in bearing. It' taken
soon willhe sold for
$1,000!
And' the improvements alone cost a good
deal, more mrnone. Would prefer .a-h
Down, uit Mmighi give ii-oe tr, 'i -hf ilt'ihf
1Dnrchase money. For full paiticiular- .,,-.
dress the Bror, St. And f- t ii. r


Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Your Life Away;
If you waut to quit tobacco using easily
and forever. be made well, strong, magnetic
full of new life dud vigor, takeNo-To-Bac,
the wonder-woricer, that makes weak men
strong. Many gain tea pounds in ten days;
Over 40)0,000cared. Buy No-To-Bac of our
druggist, under guarantee to' cirb, o or
.5). Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad.
. erling Remedy Co., Chicao or New. York.


Geo. S. Hacke n




MA N Iy lA(."CTU RERS

SaO, B; Blinds,













R U', t . t

Window and F, ney Glass sI'
< Specialty.


MATCHING MATERIAL
is a firesoume undertaking *hi Vh
St'ten results in failure, and sqpi-
thinig nearly a mach" is t Anvt
sralisficlor 0..Tlhereli oie fhing
that you eannol' m."ch; that's

Electro-Silicoc n
The Faimoun Si Potli*
because there is no olher~fk~eit.' T'ea:alf
a. million housekeepeis e if. A tris
.quantity, which is ent |
FREE TO ALL'
will tell you why. Then the secret of
lia,' s il'uil silcet'ware is yv')o rs. ilkply
.,>.r,.l iur r.ddress on a postal heard tt
Silicon, 30 Ctff St., 14,W *eF, E


=NOUN~


AMMr-


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P4


MA'Y JANE'S MAH. "de haad or df iI
PT A ,cter t" on ;ti i,

An Example of High CIulturein l,ter poultie
Dixie. e lS.1
Elizabeth M. Gilmer in Irocjuis Magazine. lie skin.
CBAY HEADFLAAunt Dinah- who belongs to the lmore (ye skid
gAY H ADti FLA on of befo' do wh"daries"islayI
stood in the dining room door, withea ay,
i hand on either fat hip, and waited. on her vay
i AOnlPKIW 1.11 I emlr'k I Iemarked interrogatve- "Dat was y i
U. i ly, for there wAS evidently soothing Cetch downa
h nretch down a
It ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH o. h'er nehomebetter belie lK
"m hi cuilchar outenit n
Ruugh ane. Dressed Lumbar of All Grades. Se. ,,, aid. m
1las she?" I asked. ninnit.er li
r ....--- %-. "Yessmt She's done bei, to due "Does yer
T -. .Ye..... now?" I axed H,

TH PATRONACE OF THE PUBLIC SOLICITED deom schools what you calls ceme- ketch my ber
series." '- S
1'Terms cash or endorsed notes. -'Seminalies," I suggested. ,,Yen believe s
NOW "Des call 'em whatever you likes," "Yer belief t f
she responded agreeably, but Ma'y says, anr gi da
A t tt e l l Jane, she' des plum ruint. She's dat swig.
full of bombosity an' pomposity and "Dat I doe ess
sulperciliosity dey ain't no living in de An' yer a gf
t y Jonah swallngd
house wid her. I done tole my oe Jonah sVl g
Sman, i;ke--dat's her pa-jest e h er aow'in.
S W P tvas going' tobe all de time, but he Naw n ,
-0 % l w rot on dAt g t hI W I-u a
H a s r e m o v e d h is n e w a n d e x te n s iv e S tO C K uJet toose ndmher o ff to school. Whewinqot
O (lI UIf l IT "int. She walks around %id her hyou co"ld he
OFENERAL ER A DISE ose in de air, a sightin' at de tele- Methodisti th,
..... ,, I hopes to lii an


'd ,tlinglvy is laid


Back to his old stand, the Peoples' Store, at

PITTSBURG, ON EAST BAY.

Where he invites all old friends anmi the pur-
chasing public to call and

EXAMXFItE HIS STOCK AND PRICES
Before Purchasing Elsewhere. All kinds of
COUNTRY PRODUCE bought and sold.
Pays he Highest Price for green Salted
ALIGAT0R HIDES.


Toll Callt Afford to Mi&s This Chaice!
liaav ig Piirelhancd the Stock of Goods in the Store at


I all Making Constant Addintions Thereto and Propose to

W i ~IU~ CM n~g AT C FP-IPC


r;-


&t the Lowest Living Margin of Profit.

And Treat Every Ciistmer Alike and COUIrtensly.
Call and See My Coods and Cet My Prices.

W. H. SHA-NDS,
PARK E R FLA.


b


OR ANT7ZF. JANUARY. 9 1892.

Te purpose of this Association is to Improve tha Country adjaeen.t to St
Andrews Bay a~mL bo
Develop its Resources, as as Fituit-Growing Country.
IV accoinplish this the Association proposes to Sell Lands u-itractsof Two-
and-a-half and FiveAcres to such parties only as will iampro.e them by the
Erection of' Houses. Fence- iiia -,.'ui Permanent Itiprovements as will enhance the
value ofeach tract so disposed of, ;Laid parritcuu'rl, to
Plant them .out iin Tr-eeN, Plants and Vines,\
To the end Ithat in the sh,-4-test pia.-ticablle time every su.-h tract ~hall be a
.,u'.-<. u or ( etv.nue L0 it.i )Own .
AS TO RELIABILITY OF THE ASSOCIATION
The first question which will naturally be asked will be: "Is this Asso-
eiation reliable"? And the answer to it is: Any person employing the Association
So make improvements may deposit, an approximate payment of tiheestimated cost o
the same with any responsible business man or firm doing "absiaoss on the lay or in
B Jank at their own home to be paid over only w.hl.e the Association shall satisfacto-
wily show that the improvercnlha11 .e be-en made according to agreement.
S he Association will not only improve and plant, but watch and care for
aUtproperty entrusted to its keeping,guarding against forest fires, dishonest pilferers
or damages from any cause possible to be prevented. P
Front a careful estimate of the. probable epense and in-come- ofea frnit
plantation in the St. Apdrews Bay country a few figures are given:
Price ofann per ocr- ,av $15 to .$,); cost of cIea-rmg, say $20o; 'ost of planting st,
.tr, sy$30; cost i-io "achtyear thereafter, $20 ...
It is not extravagal: to estiniate that a I-ac vncya'rd wi' on the third
year, if properly cultivated, yield $.J,(i worth of fi'uit and of peaches nearly or quite
|hie same, wl'eHc .ould i,'. vi, hotte thin, t-at. Then, though perhaps little
longe r. sn Ziatln coming [p-rtoitie bearing may be named pears, apricots,
nec tlarines piruhu;. un n erri ,ires, :rJapan persmmonns almonds English
Smato J-,.,e .n s,. uns, a. an.' other varieties of fruits and nuts. which
are almost in. t o niriturish }h-re:'while oranges and citrus fruits, though not con-
sidered cet' do il l.rg-e rrn'en. .ttoner than they missh not con
The Secr'.a-otrw sti A. odiatioh will give particular attention to anl-
weralletrionf .. i, te Bor willn its answers to correspondents an-
1wer all M BRion. asked i.R thePi
er E M B E R e the A:..,,'iantion Lands will be sold on Easy (
^ ert, o r -- ,,t: ist in ,r,,, ,.nneits nu st I,. a. for ns a at, .it,, - 1
A rt 'lit'w/ rk ha b i-en perfor mie l. C O or, 1 'i .1
hmtr'lne w"rk halt.en pe'rf,,rnme,. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITE. '
All*lress IR. E. iowARD, s,e. I
F.irrison, Fla.
a
.AL r or I tM
ANCER-M"",W TRIA ML f*" u
icA3,Q""tlon BliankdoI"M ( n FREE TRIA L
Si writ onR. k A Book rC and lost VtaIy sent tree for 12 amts d
4t IB-I. posta.
a S t.i.Mo .VARDIN ST L'TElO1 hl.IS.Oj 3M
CISIO.


phone polesA an' pintedly overlooks
her ole nmammy a bendin" over the
washtub. It sholy did rile nie, tor
all timetime dat gal was away I was
a wukkia' an' a ihi' a a pnch -
in', an' a scratchii' to send her
money an' nay for dat melojum.
Ain't I never tole you bout dat me-
lojum? De good ILawdL Huccome I
miss tellin' you dat?. Why I specs
we's paid out, fues an" las', as much
as four million dollars for dat melo-
juan. We bought it on de instalment.
Leasways Ike lie bought i.t an' 1 tuck
in washing an paid tor it.
One day I was sitting' in de cabin
door, des as ca'am and satisfied, an'
not looking' for ti-ouble no where,
when. up drives one deor agent men in
a little waggon wid something' in hit
dat looked like a cross between a pi-
any an' a btroan"
"1 want to sell you a melojum,"
.ie saint.
" \Vhat de name of do Lawd you
reckon dis ole iiigger wants wid a
nioiiujm?'"I says; "but Ike, lie come
oiut a' tuok a hand in de talk, an' de
fus news I knowed dey duqii unload
d-it thing an' l 'u the
l "oii 'we" t.
oYl' wire can llit."


only 11t-nmOllt 'olan kill
perform on" I spons, for I was hut,
i.ud den I say, "Ike. don't, yo be fool
enough to buy that contrapshuin."
but Iko, when Li't conies to foolish-
ness, is might) gifted, an' de long an'
short of hit was dat before dat mania
left, he done sole dat melojuin to him.
You knows how a nigger is? Dey
ain't nothing' in dis world' or de nex'
dat ho won't bay it yo* give him a
little time or. hit. Ike-you could
self him an overcoat to wear in de
bad place if you'd give him tell
Chris'miga ta pay for hlit. Honey,
is yer bought anythin' on the install-
ment plan? Well, if yer ain't yer
ain't got no idee how fast time call
scoot. One pay day des laps over de
nex' like de shingles on de roof.
You know I been wukkin' mighty
hard all dese- years, an' I been layin'
out to take a. es' an' kind of let up
on things when Ma'y Jane come
home. Kiut bless yo' heart, she up
an' tell me she ain't no notion cook-
inl a11' washlin'.
"I got do higher culchar," she
4ays, giving' her head a t3ss in de air.
"De Lawd sakes, has yer?" says I
grabbing' up de baby an' reaching'
down de camphor bottle, case dat
chile ain't been vax'nated. "why
didn't you tell me befo. you was
'flicted?" I says. "Wtlrar did you
git hit. Is it ketcbhin'?"
But if you believe Miss Sally, dat
culchar ain't no misery. Hits des
solnethin they gits In de school.
Well,. I let hit go at dat, aid things
run long 11 iMl Sunday, me a peiform-
il' on the wash board and Ma'y
Jane pertormin' on de melojum.
Den she up and says she ain't gwine
to church. Dat she don't believe in
de Bible, nor nithiin' an' dat she out-
giowed all dat in de cemetery. She
sholy didt spresify herself mos' oni-
gordly. 1 k:owed hit was gwine to
make a scandal in de family. an' me
de president (if detDaughters ol Ziun,
what sets in de front pew at de fu- I
uerals and rides wid de ld owners t
Comin' on bask from chardchdat day, 't
here conle"+ dat biggity Ivt1amly Jones.
"Sis Dinah, s-he .-ays, "'I done 1
ucar dat Ailt'y Ja8tt d'one baeksliled n
ind fell from grace."
"Dey ain't nothing d, matter wid ti
la'y Jane, I Aponre,, "cel'n slhe's g, t v
e cnldiar uip dar ;4t dat school." at
"Dl]ans ksmake," ''ciins Mandy, ot


And I kno
ctlehar, al' D
bud.
Nawm.I ai
mo' trouble 'b
Des give dis o
strop an' elbo-
vert mo' sinnf
"ways in a in
Arniyers can i
me.
When bilious
candyeath arti ic.,'
S Tie A
Guardian Angel.
When travel
Guiana and Pa
common to imee
music greatly
.Angelus bel] w
tance. Thle St
gular bird a b
-may be stidl ta
ignated as Ilh
heard three tin
noon anid nIight
nis all ilescripl
like the al rikes
one another eve
utea, sit cleaii*
ILant liannei!f


a chapel or a c,
out that th'i torii
the bell a bird
Th," beauty ii
eqpal to his taid
as a pjy aind as!
sides li'ing g9
swift in mI tinil
otis ornament a(
the tuft of blac
its beamliful it
shape arIl ai
length.


SI
t 1


s Dinahl, but
Lt before lit.
' cs hits e

r to Ma'y J,
ise, and ihe \h


gr I [s
Iny
ea lIC
eanc,
Wellt


. Dis mawnit' I
o sliedroom an' I
1nk strop, an' you
cked all de higher
igger in about to'

eve in de Bible,
when I stopped to

ays.
rom led to led?" I
t strop another

s Gord," she says.
>o f o doubt 'bout
at whale?" 1 ax-

t' 6hie says,

home she was a
ose, an' a singin' so
in' .le block:
dist is my name,
*'die the same.
I done downed de
A de onbelief in de


't 'spectin, to have no
t Ma'y Janlo's 'ligion.
nigger a good trunk
ooum an'she can con-
'frim do error of deir
it dan tde Salvation
week. You heal

costile, eat a Cascaret
re guarantced, 10c, 25c
gelus Bird.

g in the forests of
iguay, it is not un-
with a bird whose
semtles that of an
lin beard -from a dis-
, nliaris cill this sill-
Sringer, though it
,o appiopriately des-
e Angelus bell, it is
In a day, m,-.rning.
1 Its se-'g, which de-
tiI, 6isi%4lA 0f sounds
a boll, succeeding
I two or thire mill-
It 3-n itclh a reso-
J1-teO listener, if a


iPhiii"nseW to lie near
c.nt, but it turns
is tho chapel and

10 Ar.gelus bird is
He is as la ge
tluite ia, -sOW, be-
efuil in fouri and
But the almost curi-
lihe Angelus bird is
arched feafliers on
I. i i t- onieal in
ut four inches in


Mist en Pride.
Phil May, t aiti.t aind carica-
'turist, tells of funny experience lie
had on his eth frum a t,,ur for the
London Graplh
When I can back to London, I
hastened to tht offie, and imagine
;mny gratificatik when I saw every-
where re-plle *,in bawnie-rs bearing
the inscriltij in large- letters,
"Welcome tu a%."
"IThis is in eil fame," I thought,
and when I g to the Graphic of-
fice there wa another inscription,
with flowers, i. I all the rest of it.
'Welcome t,4. and G." The G,
wo,,ried me a it, but then the name
-of tihe ,1 ,ii. ilt wl e, with me conm-
itenecil with
I told thle lit.r eol my gratifica
tion.

re ialke I y, 0Its notslitinilg to do
with you! 1s the marriage of


'Prince Geor.

Serv4
Seivarnts at
.good in Japa
wife has nrli
like a queen.
are far better
cooks, and $2'
board and sal,
eight-room in
eign resilentl
well as a miiu
United Stales
oitith. ki ii I
his garFTener .s
the satie. TI
themselves an
marketing.
ess tuan $26!
ian could be
nore. 'Ihete
ig good s
watch after tlI,
nd see that le
her than their


and Princess May..'
t. Iu Japan.
very cheap and veiy
The foreign house-
g to do and she-lives
h')l ,)ipane.se cooks
thar. most American
a month will pay the
es of the help of an
A certain for
Tokyo who lives as
naire would in the
ia.s his cook $5 a
ler gels $2.50 and
secondr girl get abi. t
servall's all board
lie3 cotk does the
lihouse rent costs
n0onth, and a coach-
iad at $5 a month
iLO trouble in get-
'an3., anti they
eonilonyer's interests
m cheated by none
Lives.


r7e-; of .Alumins.i.
It i 1 !. Ij- f. tl'..t ,IIa ")1i1i L pla t,.;
are d i.st ij .il to h.rrni, i t untI i versal
initerial forjr lith.-graphio printing,
which nmi'-,.q a r,-v,.'lution in the litbho-
graphioart. O' a all the metals that have
beou tridl t,.ideqi aluminium, says The
Aluminum World, to replace the cum-
bersome lithographic stone, zino is the
only metal which has given any satis-
faction, but it was found that zinc
could not be depended upon. To insure
good work the zinc plates must be ab-
solutoly pure, and even then many col-
ore cannot be printed from zino with
safety. Aluminium has been proved to
be as good as stone. The metal ap-
proaches the physical properties of lith-
ographip stone from its ability to ab-
sorb fats or slimy substances.
Racing skates are now made of alu-
minium, affording at the same time ex-
ceptional strength and lightness, a pair
weighing only 24 ounces.
Aluminium articles for the toilet are
now made in great variety, among oth-
er things combs, razor handles and
hairpins.
Pens made of an aluminium alloy, it
to claimed, write easily and-do not rust.
A company has put on the market
aluminium guitars, baujos, mandolins
and lutinas. The instruments are made
out of one piece of sheet aluminium
pressed into shape. Thry are satin fin-
ished, and not only mLake a beautifn]
tng instvrum ae give a --n
tone


I l, I1 ,

Biliousness
Is caused by torpid liver, which prevents diges-
tion and permits food to ferment and putrify in
the stomach. Then follow dizziness, headache,


Hood's
insomina, nervousness, and,
U not relieved, bilious fever P i
or blood poisoning. Hood's
Pills stimulate the stomach,
rouse the liver, cure headache, dizziness, con-
stipation, etc. 25 cents. Sold by all druggists.
The only Pills to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla.

BOARDING.

Mrs. l. J. uorby,

mBunna Vista Ave oan Drake St
St. Andrews, Fla.
Hituse and Accommodation First
Class in Every Respect.


G. W. SURBER
T.s prepared to eUt
WOOl) AND FENCE POSTS
an" l d~-[eoi' thi.n' at i.a4on.,f.Cle rat.s.
If .tu nIU i-a'. lat. r \' ;lh t'- u : ai l Li n


i:AEG NAL M AP


whih wi'e van I'm 1imh t!i- iir Me 1A '
C %.I I-g aL t,'.it CiLlitute h il .-qtiuar
of territory, iwuhuling the Cincinnati
4Company's Tract, al-i, Harrison,
Pirker, Cromanton, and adjacent
country, for
ONE DOLLAR.
Or give for 5 cshl yearly subscriptions.
iBy the' aid of th-is map the location ol
lands purch -.t .- of the Cincinnati
"Company can be easily ascertained,
or, parties may send us $1 and their
description and we will locate theil
lots and return' the Map by mail.
Address THE lUOY,
St. Andrews, Fla.
For 5 cash sulsvi.wil,ers, we will give
premium, I Sectional AMapi of the B
country orl Map of the City of St. A
,rews. Either mar) sold singly--$1


A .MAP
Of the Citv of St. AidrWS,
Gotten up with great care by the
publisher, who has !;p tried no pains
to prepare for the 1 t b ic a map of
St. Andrews as it really is. It shows
about
FOUR MILES OF OCA3T LNIE,
Fitending eastward fro ia Dyer's
Point, taking in the Oli To.vn site of
St. Andrews, and gives I cation of
public business places, pgi ate resi-
dences, docks, etc., also every lot in
each block and the adjoining addi-
tion to the Cincinnati Company's
land, with a full description of the
same.
The Map will show owners of lots
in the city just where they are lo-
cated, and is of value to those think-
ing of buying property.
Size of Map 30x50 Inches.
The BUOY will send this map to any
address on the receipt of
ON E. DOLLAR ,
Or given as a premium for 5 yearly
cash sul'seril)tionis.


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