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: August 21, 1902
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Volume ID: VID00198
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VOL, X II.


ST. ANDREW, FLA.,


1 :21,. 1902. .


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OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.

U. S. Senator--st district, S. I. MAl-
lory, Pensacola; 2d District, J. P.
Talia fero, .1 acksonville.
1Representatives--Ist District, S. M.
Sparkmani, Tampa; 2d DIistrict, R.
W. Davis, Palatka.
Lanul Otrice-Register, W. G. Rodiu-
sou; Receiver, IH. S. Chubb, Gaincs-
ville.
Stat.e- Governor. Win. S. Jn'llings;
Secretary, H. C. Orawford; Treasurer,
J. B. Whitetield; Attorney General,
Win B. Lamar; Coniptroller A. J.
Crooiin; Sulperintenlent of Public In-
struiclion. \V. N. Shicats; Coliuis siou-
e'l of Agrlien tirfe K E. McLin; Aid-
jutant General. J. C. H. Foster, Tal-
lahassee.
State Senator. i5th Iistrict, GCn. Winm,.
{Miller, Point W\Vashitigton.
Washington County I- l'lvsenil lit iv'
S. W. Andcrsoni, A\ilrsout; County
Judge, .1.R. WellH; Cllerk of ( ori,
(County Clerk, lie(ortder o" Delds, \V.
C. Lockey; -'I..' TIil', .1. A. McLcitlh'nl;
Tax Collector, Levi Y"ates; Treasuiir,-r,
.1. :. I P .i .b" Tl \x A.L :.- _irank
&. itKH4; (C'uutv Slt@ifLq''.t.id'.:L; L.,,
-*'" raI:l{t" l;:.,i',n i. ,sn r'vyor.-P. 1.: 11 r 'n,,
Orange 11ill; County C'umiii;ionitrs,
.J. J. \Williamns, Chipley; )Dr. X'. E.
Colemanii, Veruou; J. W. Gainer, Econl
fina; I). Anderson, Point Washing-
ton; WV. I. Singletary, Millville.
St. Andrews-Justice of the 1Peace,
John Sturroek; Notaries, WV. A. Ein-
Isons, AV. H. Bartell; Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court, W. A. Emmons:
School Director., G. W. Surbl'r, Sr.,
W. 11. Ba'rtcll, 11. IE. Doxti'l-"r; Post-
lmaster, L IM. Ware.
HarrisonI-Po;iLisitress, Mrs. M.. R .
Jenks.
M illville Postn ainr"L'r. P. 'J ,Tomu 'l ,f;e
Notaiy Pitlidic, ,R'l Fi'l fetr.
Parker-- 1o ,tijii -r, M:l iti G. Post;
Notary Public, WV. IL. 'Palk'.
Pitts',urg -Po't0 ..Asi''r N,. i'itt';.
Anderson-Postmaster, S. W\V. Alder-
son.
Gay -Postmistress, Mrs. R. Gay.
'T'ompkins-Postmaster, Emery 'forup-
kills.
Bayhead-Postmaster, 0. C, Tompkins.
Cook -Post master, 1. Fowler.
Wetappo--Postmistress, Mrs. Dyer.
West Bay-Postmaster, P. N. Ilutchin-
son-.

Ca htllih n Cou'ltl y ll . i .l. iii -P"-ta-I .
lt. Th''s. .1. P,. l.iiug'r.
Fairtiiia : --Positm a-i-cr, \W F. N\Vo,,,l
.
STHE MAILS.
T h(. northern Um il. \ i 0 .,A iidl,-,i,
,.'-. Gny, I ivy lHeal .u 1 hiil.,y di. ip.irt;'

eopt Sunday t. 7:7li1 p. Im.
Bay 11.11 for llHarri-mon, Millville,
Cromlmuton. Parker., Pittslnirg. Cook.
ljI..e aul; etappo leaves St.
~y -or ningg except Sitn
At-G o't ...rves, coming west


Bapfi't--t_'htI l l'c \\Y ol ing( ;> f-ro It-
Sing Park at. S-r\i'v.; at 11 a. nI. and
S T.;;It p. m. Conferences at night.
Prayer meetings every Wednesday at
8 p. m. Sunday School every Sunday
at 10 a. In. Ltev. S. L. Loudei'milk,
Iator.
Methodist Episcopal--Church Wasi-
ington Ave. and Church St. Sunday
school 3 p. in. every Sunday. Rev. C.
L. Leonard, patsor.
Presbyterian-- Church corner Lorainr
Ave. andD1)rake St. Sunday school
at 9:30 a-. in. every Sunday. John
Sturrock, Supt.
Catholic-Church corner Wyoming
Ave. and Foster St.

.+; BUSINESS DIRECTOR .

W. A. EMMONS,
Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and Notary
Public for the State at Large; has
jurisdiction to adulinister oaths, take
affidavits, legalize aickinowledg-
auents, etc., anywhere in Florida.
Special attention given to land con-
veyances and niarrioge ceremony per-
formed for lawfully qualified parties.
Office at the Buoy Otflice, St. Andrews
Bay.

WM. H. BARTELI'L,
Notary Public, St. Andrews tay, Fihl.
Having had eight years' experience in
executing Quarterly 'uesionu Vouch-
ers for old soldiers and soldiers wid-
ows, also, papers for increased Pen-
sions, I am now prepared to attend
to all business proinptly that may re-
quir.e the services of a Notary.

DR. W. G. MITC'('HELL,
Physician and Druggist, Commerce St.,
east of Bayview, offers his prof'es-
sional services to the citizens of St.
Andrews and vicinity. Residence on
Buena Vista avenue.

DR. J. J. KESTER,
Homoeopathic Physician and Accou--
cheur. Office Piouneer Drug Store,

IV. H. PARKER,
Notary P'ublic for the State of Flor-
ida. at Large. Ottico at Parker, Fla.
Conveyanciung and payment of laxcs
for non-residents, specialties.


DR W. SEATON,

DE N TIS T'.

East Bay Half a Mile West of
Martin's Bridge.
At St. Amirew Every Saturtday,
a1t 11rs. (C. Wells'.
POSTOFFICE, MILLVILLE.


For Sale!
We offer tor sale a s'rip fromn the south
side ol lie north Inalf of the no,'thwc
qi.ta;ter of seclioii'l0, tow slip 4, south,
range 14, west, ru niiiitig from tlhe chliool
liou-e to Wair'soi ta,-you, atijoilinlig Mill-
lileon the north. Will be sold in acre
0or ialf-acre loIs. 'tioe price askcd will
Le iccordiuig to location.
W. A. EM1MONS & C0.


roley's 'foney ani, Tar
cures colds, prevents pneumonia.


PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.
Oie, Dollar a VYar in Adlvanice.


WILLIAM A. EM 0 N S,
1' 10 U I'R ET'I' ..

Diplay ad. rates, 50c. per inch p'.1'
moithl. Position and extraordinairv
condition rates subject to special
agreemiei .t.
"Local Drift," 5c, per line, tfi'st int Ir
tion; 24c each subso(juent. Display
locals dIoublc aboye rates.


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T l-l w >lJ li .n m .
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Hesitate t, tlot heri liea'
Love i.i o lt' lost when it is turned
away-
Beo Ieady.

Opportuni y will some day rin:' your
bell-
.1 read' :
She will not i luiire if you're ill or well,
She will not stand waiting there
While you hasten to prepare,
She must 1irry to) where others anx-
ious dwell.
13o ready.

A nmessenger wili slInumlon you somle
day--
Be ready;
lie will not withdraw, implore him as
you may;
lei. will not consent to wait
Whilc you pray J Io CGl, to)o latc,
To lot you live to clear mistakes away-
lic. ready.
--B. E. Kiscr.
***0
Modern (iraidmi Imothers.
Yon "wonder where they're gone to,
those erandmothers of yore,
With those quaint old nuseory jingles
that we always.criodI for more,
With their spectacles and aprons, and
their ruffled muslin caps,
And their puffs of snowy hair, and their
broad enticing lapis?"

Why, they've gone, dear, with the ch il-
dren of those old and happy days,
When little ones were little ones, iI
thoughts and ;acts and ways;
When everything wtas dillirent and
simpler lives were led,
Those days are gone, "tlihe times have
changed," with that the whole i-
said.

The grandma of the ''modern child,"
must crimp and talk and dress,
If not, I fear the modern child might,
luve her grandina less.
For lads and lassics of these days are
critical, I ween,
With a grandma of "ye olden time"
they wouldn't once be-aeon.

But, after all, beneath the diacr and
this we won't forget,
That grandma's grandma, now as tlhout
her love is ours yet.
And if the children turn to her-doc.
mand her love and care,
They'll find that underneath it all the
grandina's always there.
-F. S. A., in Boston Tranucriipt.

Get Ahead.
The greatest curse is poverty,
'Tis torment to the mind,
want to earn quick money,
Some honest wealth to liind.

To work and dig I'm willing,
And strike a manly blow,
If so I wir. a fortune
Anid s tel, my "lIe 1. i;.uh.


Simple, Yet Soulful.
A prominent citizen who knows all
the parties coiicelrttd ill this transaic-
tion hliadils the tolhiwinig letter to the
West alm wn each Neews. lie de-
cline, to give names but voticles for
tile aidlln t ici-'y of it. li' also d>.-
clines to tell how it cainu int' his
po-sessiuo. 1[1 [says the partic" are
all white. As a perfervid vppjieal it
lainks high, to i 'wit'
L)oar (irl:-Sii'ne I seed ou fir-,t
my heart has btcn jiumipin,' ::'o ilnd ill
my Ing Ubox liice a toad fri'g ith a
string tic'd to ils leg. My hart aud
-Ic, goes mt alter you,, My love 1tol
von is like a y'ung stcei in clover


tree when he's feeling disK
an d not inflict his moods or1
One is constantly meeting P
es the mail who tIiinks everY'9
boor and who ought to be liv r
tub instead of acting as 6a w
ket to extinguia hl tlie inrtihe
who are less lase.
At dinner's one's ilighho ii '
as oiteni as not the contiired <
tic whose cheerful ieinaieiiai
their Aflects on the digestive x
tu minakes one'ssweot breatai(cr
lar luss palatable than thl'y
wivi. would be. Even oinu'' 3
dcvotions arie somictillme Cs 'i
tlie uolancholy, individual wii


s. strgr, t by day.u .. l .
vu. lit';.ion and adult
Tovd yon wit a loyo that never los puiishmuent in burning lakes.
iltsgiipoll the stitings and ropes of And the moody man always ex-
thi hIart. I've seed lots of ,als ill mily pects his imors to be treated with
lime that looked I sweet awn: tempti-' Iespect, Is lie sad? Why should ally-
buit none ithat could c.iv it around in one els be gay? lie regards a joke
Sii'ali'Sa ifluetio)ns 11h e unto you, and a a > peoisonal affront and talks of
kick up, miy ihopis and aspiraliosii levity inl an awful tone that soon


that iiil trite nI ii.y only cau satisfy.
,l arc not (only purly, mut devilish,
at1 that is wlat (.i.tches :ne where I
c nii't turn hloist, I\hein I see l you
ki'[k that ci nt t< >eI.to utn --- --- 's
lmullli thought I should ji'-t go ofl
iald tie a laiughin such a kick as
that would tickle a f'col, let alone tme.
--- -- said you kicked thie cigai-
ette to show what kind of a shoe you
had on, but I know you done it jist
for fuin and tairnation devilment. I
waited to hug you so badly that I had
to hoId to a bed post to keep from
grabbing you. -- was over
to our house teor day and said you
was not half o tpurty as people
thought. I guess I can see for myself,
an' I know you are purtier than red
top boots. If you was .ugar it seems
like I could lick you all up at one
bite and never stop to pick your duds
outen my tedth. -I've tiied to quit
thinking' of you, and go to work, but
no use to try, fur day a'-"uight 1
thitk of you. I'll'coine oyer ter your-
hli.,i'e ixt Sunild v and bitng someu

.,,tii i.- I ;- c In I. in' g in ,i l ici l iott
up to- Pain lIeech I'm goin' to give
you and watch 'you squirt the juices
through your putity Leetll. We are-
i:akin' oa)p ter day We tuck ten
hog's hieds which mother says will
make the best of any soap she has
had fo? a long time. I ltope the
tine will come when you can wash
mty cloths with it, but I guess it is
a little too soon to talk about them
serious matters. Dad went out tc,
day to run the hogs outeon the field
and run agin a stump and skinued
his shin pluan to his knee. The place
looks awful red, jist like it had been
rubbed with poke berries. 1'm going
to P'am Beech next week and get, mc
a pair of bitches and gallowses, then
I'm conltin' to see you in some sorter
style. Sto' gallowses, they say, are
mighty fashionable up thar, and ['m
goini' to keep up with the fashion if
it costs ten crates of mny best pines.
WVh:tt would yer say if 1 was ter ax
yet'r t. yoke up with me in matri-
monlv? I've the cooln skius eadv to
buy the liceus and old preacher ----


-- owes it four days work, an'
I eiii get himl ter mallly uIs lor that
Loet n'e know as soon as you get
thriiugh helping your dad pull pin<'-
apphIs, an' if yet'r willing' to experiment
a little in married life, xe'll hop
right iito it as soon as I got a log
1ouse trailed, .Yoturis il Love,


Moody leoplc arce Not Coitmlort-
al.o People to Meect.
ThOe ioudy Wmai went to call uponl
some friends.- the other evening
"Thi.i is one e of ly nigihtH," he said

warninigly as lie came iI, '"so you
hatd better not disagree with inle ill
coinivesatiou. I don't feel in au hliu-
mnor to be provoked."T
"nlidecd," replied lis ho -tess, gent-
ly. "Well, then, as your very good
Iriuiid think I slhouldl advise you
not io stay, foi I ami in a mood very
natural to mIe-that of iobservinig my
Cttnstitutotinal right' of fteedoti of
speechl-anld i might ollund you."
,"I'll stay anyhow," .said the inlan
stabburinly, "andi we'll quarrel."
"No, we won'tt" reIponded tlihe
w\voint, "t'or I'mt going to lecture
you." And lecture him sihe dild otn
the inialienable right which eycryv
liec buon Amit icail. citi.Zen [poslssc,
to tay 'aitder lii,- uo "ii vit: no d fig


I'rend'is every one in the room low inll
the mlinld.
It hlie is captiols the company
must select its ,subjects for conver'an-
tion caiefnlly lest they unwittingly
olfend him a ndi brig down upont
their heads his lifecly c xplessed con-
te llpt.
The tpdople who have hlic mos,t
wholesome minds and the evcnest of
tempers, it is saiil, are the members
ot large families. Mlotods are iot, tol-
erated bv brothers and sisteis for a
inoment. There's nu disrespect like
the disrespect of a relative. One's
most sacred yearnings, one's gloomi-
est llomenlts and most serious
thoughts of suicide are all likely t,
be broken up by a whack on the
back and an invitation to take a
hand at tennis.
Thero is no place in the large fam-
ily for moody mnember:i. There's roal-
ly not much space for them in socie-
ty. They are too selfish in their de-
mands fior consideration to )be popu--
lar with busy, ecen-tempered .people
q. I 1 -. i .l..r-. ,. 1,.,i , v. ilt '. .i .3
seldom, in lol lailt as compa ioh,.---
lBaltimore Now'', ,

S I' 'N


(; WEiN D ALTON


J WENT EAST I

By JAMES ALLISON

C 'opyrigt 101, by A. S. Bichardro


D.Alton entered Mrs. Murraiy's pur-
,ch ('i ses in thi' dayi'ook and then- went
back to his desk and the letter.
I'e i'rew it from the pigeonhiole of
imitation wltrut and turned it slowly
from side 1o side' aa if he were trying
to matebh tiho pler gray tint from his
scant lribTbou stock. 11it' looke-d curtoas-
1ly at the d< '.wr gt'ray sealing wax. lie
was ahlwny'; very careful not to break
the seal wlh'n h' opened her letters.
1 liktd to stu1.ly the stately "II"'
which hid what sihe said to him from
-the bustling, imp,'rtini;ent world.
Not that 1i hhad rece'i\'d ilmny such
missive,. TThere -vzwre just four in all,
and hi,' know them by heart. lie read
1th1 l:i-:t oue slowly and for the third

i:.s'':>Ik Inlon, ER.s, President School
lo'i'i L1iiiriiet No. 11:
Salmuache County, Colo.
Dar Sir- neplying to your favor of thQ
2..-. ,tatiug lihat your board had a ted fa-
Sra'bly on mny application for the Twig-
':;. ,w'hiool and would allow the t ahlry
which I nsked, permit me to say that I
feel that I owe you many apologies. The
ino.tt urgent reason for my desiring to se-
eure a position this summer In Colorado
was an incipient throat trouble which has
annoyed me for the past year. Recently,
however, it has ytllded to treatment, and
with it has gone this motive for making
the western trip. In addition I have been
offered a class in elocution at the Mount
Clement summer school, an opportunity
for acquiring some small reputation
which I feel that I should not miss.
Knowing full well that there are scores of
wirtliy applicants for such an opening as
your board offers, I am availing myself
of a woman n's privilege and changing my
mined. In other words, I withdraw my
aipll;cation for the Twiggins school. Par-
i'.n my thus going into details, but you
hbav booln so cmrteous, I may almost say
s-) cor'ial. in your correspondence over the
a;:.t't r, that I feel a full explanation is
i,'lo yoiu. A -nin expressing my apprecia-
ti-- of your ktnln- ss, I- remain, yours
f::i :-'tfully, EILIZAIETHI HARDIN.
D:Ilt'n folded tihe letter, laid it re-
':r,'t fuly on thei' desk and sat with his
h'lw's plungedIt deep in his pockets.
'-'!;;' wcI'e no customers in the store
1) intirr'ipt his meditations. Even the
*'i-,'igIht. inctInproniising Main street
i''-> n.i th'e door was steeped in the.
*-,'im o!' th<' sweet spring day. Ranch-
,in \v:'!"' home plowing, and no wng-
,,:s rs',ucd in noisily from mesa and riv-
,- lhndl. iut Dalton was not worrying
0 out th' luck of trade. lIe was think-
ing, of the girl who had written that

E-.z:h' hth1 IInrdin! She had becn ree-
'itil''ii(,ed to the board by an eastern
t' h i-'s' tagency and Prank had.been
't:-rietid to onduct the correspond-
S-V. 1,',1m tIhe very first letter lie had
-'. i I' r.,*: -t.l i 11 l 1"r tiierso t.'-illv. amid


w1len the salary she named was bc-
-yond the appropriation made by thb
"hoaid for Twiggins school he had
.'elii',_l.," announced that the district was
.-4:ro'.', ing ;,,nd needed hotter teachers,
.Y, if t'he board wouldn't pay Miss
:;'Hdin thi:' salary shel wanted he
-''old tnake up the difference. The
.'l;ifir:ii oif l 'v, i..-:i C. oriti'rs must lIe
*l oi'i intlerltn educational advantages.
.An\d the r'enmaiiidcr of the board, real-
lzing thlt 1he until voters of Twiggins
'orn!Trs wwer", an lliiccrtaill emenillt In
'iollnty lc'('tio!is.5 liiuallyv *itiuiescid,
il, n id Miss i'ardii was '"ealed." Dal-
et;vl, nervilously liug('ri'g h Iho bit of gray
stI'ttioery, f'.,lt that fate had been crllu-
i!-1 in thus requitiig his tcni'ewrity in co-
'eCin'g the ell'cibers of scho i(ildistrict
No. 11.
lHe wnlk(d out the side door and
iu'>unted the stoop stairs lending-to the
e ,',d .a. -i. L:at tty-liJ, t ujp_ _h d I .-'u.


liter I I aly cui ."
Tihy were poi,-ii'g through a small
grvc, e. I'amlon stopped short and gazed
into Ih( face.
"If it's op;'n Why, Miss IHardin, of
e.>-,.;': it will always be open for you!"
1' I I',!d in a lower voice, "But
S"' ; :.'l';t':I' i'. ;I loI wa /y o;''"
i !- ; !i -: v! ; ; '-tl ; anI aI far-


away,.look came into her eyes as If she
were. scouting. tlie, k"eu mountain air
and the Co(lorado ifn',s;
"Yes, a long, loig "gvny!"
Thein Dalton forgot her picture in the
paper--forgot the imposing frock. He
remenlhbered only the little gray note
signed "i"m'ithlfully yours. Elizabeth
ltl; di<;" nu thei si.v"h. I
WVh:it !ihappe.i'd inext is not herein
silt l't:-th. I,-u!t wst, r.'n ill'nl *ire noto-
ri,''s (' r ;iW tii g :''i l! ; ly.
T' i, q r!i:ns ;I! their r elocutionist (de-
!i'. ih t viitrs at Mount (C'hlleit.
I,. i tI .-"ri' I1nd 'r'ol thi' first lage
. thie ,:t ; I 'il:, t dIOuc:ator, but ir
'r::nk l;i t<-:i'; Coi';r: lu hoie a ;'lw
:-':!.' ;:Y :. ;;(" (!e. ( oe O f o l' t l
:,.- \ .v t IlI tIt M orris ch:1.1 I
,'hI ; 's ;' ,h';::w n;\v*rk cov ur irste::, I ; o.':
h:,." < ti-, c m tz tdal. amtd a ,:' .Th
1 s1;: on 1i (" i niill w ,, : oi l


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-4 aT:I I' Tl L':- i'sIC
4'~~~~ ilm -T :r''i; ;hsuI i I iK..I


o: lluilding'inside stairs, but somehow
this afternoon (,l did not care whore
inhy vlan. Ie entered the' carpet less
hall and threw opeDn 1!.;, d(nor to hlls
"front roomi" overlooking the street,
aind sti red, silently at its familiar crimin
son, with just a d;hsh i f olive gr-'ell.
The woodwork was painted dark gr!"''n.
and th, carpet was red. DIllton had se-
lected this mnuc andl a shiiiy oak organ
before his sister Mary had collie out
from Ms:s-;incl hls(etts to keep house for
hini. But Mary ih:;l tr-ned homesick
I-fi'or' thle ye('lir rolled I'onl and had
l''ft DnIlton to care for 's Ist lie night
thl fi'o!r l (rooms hle li'! fuirnlshlcd so
piou,!ly.
Hi' loi(k'!i< at thI now >(wo d'(ering
v.,:'ly wh;t va.is wr',mg. A colmfiort-
t1;l' *M 'rris e1li;il stood iln oln" corner.
!w t h rno-s had' i:t' enl n great holes in
Is( ellshilions. lie coihld writi- his in:Ume
1:1 '; itu' t on ihoi cente'(r t Ail,. with its
al-I rio' p 'shi album. Flyspecks
-.:,>*<1 t ien' pi)ht(gl: I)!S hle h t(l
i d!. it d on l:e \wall. A u:id- ii t(ec!'ing."
' !(': .I't! .!h.! it water that ItI held pul)lic
,''a-'. thflat h Ill \w:;s nivways rfi'flrred to
lin 8e : t hiiinicl'e I';ie as' "oIr llsuccess-
i'i; -on''g' r li'i'eorl:;Ilt" or that at the
Is: I ':!iri o'f l'aion cllh r-ehl lie lui been
vo "'! ,fl. u ot pIo llinlr )atel(,>or illn La-
(;,'*.? VW:lit mattered alnytlhinig so
";,',:: aIs i l: eth }liar(in had declined
ti tn,:lch T''wi'vgins Corners' school?
hi i '. vlry next riioriing lie said to
h is l;:nd clerk:
I': nia da o yon | I, ,' ,l. ...i coiili
;!:i' 'l.,' t!his s ore 1 il [ v m. It I.. -t; i st
,o ."t t!! ) ]th ? I h '..,i't ,-'t l Il..- o_, i l
i''i. f(rr tiv yelar- "
.C:l I ri'r an reckin-c'l ti.it be could
'Tihe suiinm i'r scl-....I :t M.mI t C'h nm-
'' t -': ; int full sw\ i. \'. l It 1 1l ii nr-
S !!. Took a I'r,. .In iat I I'-.io ling
':.. s I .: .1 t ir'l t ll .-]- -it.l, i out onll
' t f t('i l' t -h '.e slul', '!\ l


;f (ii "' i n ,!lal',- r : i'i 1'! hi trnti' pin .
wi 1 lw pictuirt' o n I tall, willowy gir. a
(tins'> il' i n :t ,Ot'f)int' ('lvei ling go:-\'i,.
lil ril Eliizalt'll Hardin, the accomplished
you"g (-locuti'tonlst, \\ho is dtligltinfg
MC,.uit ClIeih nt adi;( i'kcsi thit-; suui-

I)'[ailohn vn-alk.d il.ick lto his ronm like
oU. inii a dl'ini;m. An1i tiils g lOiqs rea s
tulr v was Elizal'. th' Il0r'inst. wle 11m t
h:ld piclturd as a ged t ', clinging criea'
itil't in n (d f pr'iti iN n gi st
cold anld un''lin'g wvri.l. tnhe fart of(
vi'o man - iy is t s ugly, ito d li-
fo'Li roomS la,vo ti'o store at Ladrone,
lth.s :rl w'.h \\a;s !i-.-hing faslionl
al, (p .1rn t!ti'ks a iiad whlo. (co l.d haov
rit i-'itul' co' vr the whni. ole p;ig'g of ;j
Sii' i i;;lthon d 'id not know' tat M .is'.
tihare in l d 1 'i.did t: -, l'o>r that fronti,
piece nor lhat :I this v':ry moment she
was sitling itn ]'r roou m at ia cheap)
goardlingn li(use lig.'ing oiln the sll-
muer's expenses, the c('st of nllew frocks,;
photogriphlis and advertising. She
Should not ele!r $'i, and then what?
Another winter in a New York school
tooln with fifty east side children.
HIalf kin h senitt up his crd, written by a man who
had a stand on the corner.
Miss oHardin was startled. In a flasli
she recalled the namo, the T.wigglns
school and the correspondence. Would
he have on leather "chaps," spurs and
a belt full of revolvers? She entered
the parlor with some trepidation. A
tall, square shouldered man, well
groomed and clad in dark blue serge,
rose to greet lher. She almost laughed
at her recent misgivings, and the
thought brought a pretty flush to her
hepeks, a new light to her tired eyes.
He never knew just how he managed
it, but that night Dalton escorted her
home from the concert. She wore the
marvelous dress he had seen in the pic-
ture, and she gathered it up daintily as
they waltlecd in the moonlight. He felt
ais if some explanation of his presence
were due, and finally he plunged into
it.
"You see, Miss Hardin, I thought
perhaps you'd change' your mind about
the school if I just could talk to you.
Perhaps you'd like to come out next
summer anyhow. I've always pictured
you so sort of different, but now of
course I understand. You wouldn't like
it out there no matter how much we
might want you."
lie was looking down at the chiffon
ruffle on her gown, which billowed like
white foam around her feet. An odd
smile trembled on her lips; something
very like a tear shone in her eye. She
had read his thought as in an open

Te.rhaps you are mistaken, Mr.
Dalton. I think I would like Colorado,
und if the position is open next sum-


fact."
"Yes," replied the caustic man. "Take
the word 'but,' for Instance, when a
woman snys. 'Of course, It's none of
my business, bqt,' "-Exchange.


METAPHOR CF THE LEA.
.... '''p.-- t ,. *..,. ][

'ilhat .Are Viry lsx sawkv\..
"Let Uawe -at in r.iy ol .sit gei'
dmonan as he Jolted three of his ao
lu;iltaincs, iv n t.h.i hotei cafe the othei
eight t and took a sout tti tabld witlt
.hen. '" 't
"That I: about the twentieth to-: V
)hecr of that sort,that I hav'e head TI
night." ainswered one of the other ,
"a ni It seems so strange that e,.
should borrow so many of our figure-.
,'rom11 the sea. I never thought of It be, :
fore, but it Is curious. I have ieveI. .
t',, i !' ..ly :.-4uciautd with tibb ttelli
I.. ;I 1!,i't bIll,-v any of ddi have.-andu
yet we lire using Hsea trnis all of the-
uime. They are wonderfully expr. if
Ivo, too. nnd I don't know W
abould do without 01'1 l .- *.f

lnithit go somue out talked a t
'i1ll :lrlift,' :and I adinltki4 that I waF. A*
lit -en.' VLe talk bout our- weathert .
eye. lielng 'pliced,' our 'mainstay'aD4 ,* ."
alnl that sort of stuff. We know wbat
it is to 'cast an anchor to windward.' .
to 'back and till,' to 'steer' through, t .
be 'taken aback' and to have 'the wind
taken out of our sails.'
"We 'spin a yarn,' .try 'the ote :
tack,' 'launch' enterprises, get thenxi
'under full s:ill' and often 'wrlck'
them. We cry for 'any port ln a storm'
'take In a reef,' get to our 'rope's en
'run before the wind' and sometime
'keel over.' So It goes on uatil I be L
llevo we can talk about almost ever
thing in the language of the sea."-ft8"
Louis Repu-bllc.

Choosing a Minister.
The parish kirk of Driechton -hal
been rather unforttiunate in Its minis{ 1
ters, two of them having gone off 14
decline within a twelvemonth of tbhel;
appointment, and now, after hearing
numnler of candidates or the vacancy,
the numbers were looking forwain4
with keen interest to the meeting af .
which the election of the now minister
was to take place.
"Weel, Marget." asked one female
parishioner of another as they fore,
gathered on the road one day. "wha
are you gaun to vote for?'" ;
"I'm just thinking' I'll 'vote for no"n
o' them. I'm no' muckle o' a judge,
an' It'll be the sait'est plau." was Mar-
get's fagaietous reply. i.
"Toots, woman. If that's the way o't,
vote wl' me."
"An' hoo nlie you gaun to vote?" '
"I'm gaun to vote for the man that..
I think lins the Roundest lungs an' 'it
no' bother us wl' deein' again In hl, '"-
.ry."-Scottish American.

SAn Odd Di .-,


fresb cheee. yolks'of410
Wrap it in a fragrant fig leaf and boi
In the gravy of -a chicken- ot at kd '
When taken out, remove the leaf and-
souse it In a potful of boiling honey.'
The name of this comestible l derived
from the fig leaf. but the mixture con-V
sists of equal parts of each. but ratheW
more eggs. because this gives It con-,
sistency. This appears to have been a,
popular dish among the Greeks. TO*
us It seems about as nice as an oyster
eaten with, brown sugar.
Aristophanes mentions a thirum of.
salt fish and a thirum of fat. In the'
"Frogs" there is a dismal joke in the
form of a reasonable objection made 'tb
leaping from a high tower, "I would
lose two fig leaves of brain." The
word occurs no less than twelve times
in the fragments of the comic poets.

Quick Relief for Asthma Sufferers.
Foley's Honey and Tar affords imme'-
diate relief to Asthma sufferers in the
worst stages and if taken in time will
effect a cure. Sold by U3. V. Brock, St.
Andrews.

The Cobweb.
A siory was told the other day of a'
little girl who discovered a cobweb and
then. seeing a spider emerge from it,
called out: "See the cob run! How fast:
the cob runs!" As a matter of fact.
she builded better than she knew, toi.
cob, or cop, is, according to the 1di-.
tionaries, thle name sometimes given to
a spider; whence the word cobweb,
which is, strictly speaking, copweb.
Cop in this sense Is probably an abbre.
viation of the Anglo-Safon attercoppy
a spider.
o Records are kept with knotted COrdiW


Use Allen's Foot-Ease,
A powder to be shaken into the shoes.
Your feet feel swollen, nervous and hot,
and get tired easily. If you have smart-
ing feet or tight shoes, try Allen's
Foot-Ease. It cools the feet, and makes
walking easvi Cures swollen, sweat-
ing feet, ingrowing nails, bhlisters and
callous spots. Relieves corns and bun-
ions of all pain and gives rest and com-
fort. Try it to-day. Sold by all drug-
gists and shoe stores, for 25c. on't ac-
cept any substitute. Trial package
FREE. Address, Allen S. Olnsted, Le-
l{ty, N. Y.
H;/,.iu-'Y UWAROFF.

r.-< n" i ., ) of o:net of RUnsia'd
,-*.diii :,"itlary (or;m:nandlers.
-. s'.:(i',. Russia's great military
,,l : n ~,~i 'i. wa':is a little man, insignill-
r,-';thinig lbut that intangible
k' *-* tid. and character with
X':th p;; ;,,y-r.il strength is never to be
.A.:,i:tW-UdS. li, had been sickly In his
a.'.i. i.t b.'camon hardy under the
,;t'''i;s f cuodl bathing and the bene-
liti.- ) :, :t plaii't diet. buckets of cold
S':r' w- .:,'. thrown over him In the
i. !I ; ndi. ti s talbh, was served with
f;i:- whi.-ii .guests would fain have re-
-' i t -J 'i d not lest he should
li .t. tiin, t tTiniinate. lie despised
'.: ... l i. li. i id in dr,.ling his 'men
i. i.,t ';.. 4' -..im tlrumes with his
.-... '. .- !ir.ill.v *(down at the heel."
i ,r : .. r-'lbo-. d ,of life and action
1].. : i: ;' .in tlIL u.-n 'he coUin nand-
-.' lI.- ".!.- often up and about by
i.. :,-it ,nld would salute the first
-. i Ir 1. lt.ni li W saw moving with a
,i'I.i. in: iecl: i.Iw In cunlmendatlionll of
i... ..'. ri.lIng. Durliuy he first Po-
S., a .>r I had glvrj rs for an
Aln a b

-li ati ..;.. h/we\ r, r.u-lly took place
at 0() o%-I :ek in the evening, when the
iarr:i i;!+i; ;-i:,t liad been made, for
v.;roiT, s1,1;)C'cting treachery, had
tlhen turned out his troops by his well
known cnwhiug. The enemy, expect-
ing lhe evtnt In the morning, were en-
tirely uhiini';1!red and fell easy victims
to his fort-thought.
"T',tiiorrow morning." sald he to his
tr'.,;'-s on1 lho' evening before the storm-
ing of lsim:il. "a'n hour before day-
br-'i'k I mienn to get up. I shall wash
:nlAl d(re's m.vys ,l, say my prayers, give
?-'icvo'k(1 'erw and then capture

'0:rt!,(i, Trnla Ion Errorm.
Smuo rn' l-Ii:siing errors are made by
tr:iu.sl:M o;< An Itallan paper turned
li';.li8!;.;'s I.\ sn iniiilcd tBeggar" into
S "i :'i ,';i't'd .iMlndicant." Another
it:li.: i'i!toit r who translated a pas-
sge i;',ti :an l-'hEiilish paper about a
:in \, ho i:ad killed his wife with a
pjiDu:cr ,til un iiingenious footnote to
,oy, '\we' do niot know with certainty
vwit'iher' thiis thing 'pokero' be a domes-
tic nr suorgi-'a;! instrument." The des-
i;'tr'.it,' e p.idi'i'nt of the Fre-neh trans-
ltitor of C:('-'pr's "'Spy," who had to
I 1; il ili Ilov a liorst' could be hitched
"to a lIcust." i? worth recalling. lie
;'iitl i:v -i' h :lirT i f lo ust trees 'nd
h ;(-:i '(lV i t:!;' wvt'l31. li" "snuterelle." or
g"-isshltoIi)cr. Feeling that this needed
Solne explanaiion, he ipl)l dod a foot-
note expiiiin inig that grasshoppers
grew to a gigantie size In the United
States and tlht it was the custom to
place a stuffed specimen at the door
of every mtansion for the convenience
of visitors, who hitched their horses
to It.

The Blnttejay.
One inay pet or patronize, according
to one's nature, ai chipping sparrow,
bluebird or phmbe, but he is indeed
well coated with self esteem who does
not feel a sense of Inferiority in the
presence of a jay. IHe is such a
shrewd, independent nnd aggressive
creature that one Is inevitably led to
the belief that he is more of a success
aa a bird than most men are as men.
Conspicuous by voice and action dur-
ing the fall and winter, when other
birds are quietest, he becomes silent
when other birds are most vocal. If he
has a love song, it is reserved for the
ear of his mate. At this season be
even controls his fondness for owl
baiting and with it his vituperative
gifts. The robin, the catbird and the
thrasher seem eager to betray the loca.
tion of their nests to every passerby,
but the bluejay gives no evidence of
the site of his habitation by being Been
in its vicinity.-Frank M. Chapman in
Century.
Ln nguiaege.
"It's wonderful," said the meditative
man, "how one small word, insignfi.'
cant in itself, may Induce an endless
train of thought, speaking volumes, In


~uR~P~~~~4~r;lrrC~ruur;-~ -Y*r~a~bl~Lk~i~iWI~3i~PPe~-~j:


_*


in Polynesia. During the early part of
the nineteenth century and previously
the official taxgatherers on the island
of Hawaii, In the Sandwich group, did
all their accounts on a rope 2,400 feet
long, which was divided into lengths,
each corresponding to a district. I Loops,
knots and Eeathers tied along the rope
served as memoranda for the bogs .
pigs and pieces of sandalwood col.
elected from taxpayers.

1 il1 R egrets.
Judge Your Innocence Is proved
You are acquitted.
Prisoner (to the jury)-Very sorry,
Indeed, gentlemen, to have given you
all this trouble for nothing.



Teethingy
Then the baby is most like- ;
ly nervous, and fretful, and
doesn't gain in weight.

Scott's Emulsion
is the best food and medicine
for teething babies. They
gain from the start.
Send for a free sample.
S SCOTT & BOWNII, Chemiista
S40945 Pearl Street, New York.
s5c.and $i.oo; all druggists.


Ci ----


apr







MAR ITI ME.


Novt.-It must he remembered that the
wind is not a wholly reliable motive pow-
er and if the sailors sometimes find it im-
possible to make schedule tindcit must be
chargedtothe elements; they do tihe best
tkey can.

The schr. Blanche arrived from
Pensacola Fridav forenoon and after
unloading S. Andrew freight pro-
ceuedl to East hay points.
The schr. Cleopatra arrived from
Pensacola Friday afternoon"

PACKET SCHOONER
REMPSTEAD.
W. D. PARKE R, MArSTI.,
Makes regular trips between St. An-
:.--4_Jvews Bay and Penidcpla; business con-
fined strictly to freight and passenger
work and local business solicited, Spe-
cial attention will ),e given to receiving
and forwarding freight for all parties.
iFor further partic ilars apply to
N. W. PL'TTS, Owner, Fittsburg, Fla.

I'ACKET SCHOONER
CLEOPATR &.
IH. W. GWALTNEY, ; M ASTER
Leaves St. Andrews lay every Tu|esday
leaves Pensacola every Friday
.weathl r permitting). Special attcne
tion will hlie given to receiving aui<
forwarding freight for iarties living on
EaAt andsNorth Bay, passengerss foi
points on either arm of the Bay ean
depend'upon securing prompt trians
portation at reasonable rates. For
further information apply to
L. M. WAns, Agi.

NAPHTHA LAUNCH,

LAUR A.
Carries the East Bay Mail between St
Andrewp Bay, Wetappo and interniedi
ate points. Leaves St. Andrews dailb
(except Sunday) at 6:00 at. i.; arrive a
WVetappo at 12:30 p. in.; leave Wetnppo
at, 1:00 p. mi.; arrives at Si. Andrews a
7:30 p. in. Makes landings regularly a
Hiarrisoilt, Cromanlon, 'Parker, Pittlls
burg, and Farndale. Freight landed a
any postoflice wharf. For passenger and
freight rates, see rate card in the sev
eral postofices..
F. A. WIti:ERILiL. Manager.

A Week's WValther.
The following table gives thc maxi
mum, minimum and mean tempera
tures, the rainfall and direction of th
wij f(or the twenty-four hours ending
at 7o'cloo*k p in., as indicated by U. S
government self-registeriing thermom
tor. ,'. Max:Min, Mean. U'h W,
AUlgust. J1. 93 72 83 05 sw


, 96 1 6
18 (93
v" 19 94
For woek...-94 I


I7 87 .i0 nw
I80 -88 .00 w
74 I83 .00/ s
69 82 .00 sw
7 I 841 51


Tl sBignature is on orery box of the genuine
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets
te remedy that curei a cold in one day

SWEET BAY CAMP. NO. 54,




Mets onil the filst
and tiird Satnr-
(lday e[ach nilontli
at 7:30 p. imi.
D, L, BURGES-, C. C.
W. H, PHILIPS, Clerk.

Parker Lodge No. 142
F. & A. JO/o.
| Regular Cetolil nili-
Cications oil thle ir.
y. iand tiiird Sawlrda\.
in each moi nusuh.

FRATERNALLY INVITED.
MW. II. PARKEIl, W. M.
IW. A. EMsro.v.Sceretary

Z-ni sed Knowledge.

niionulit of pracltc il wlsdotli and good
irj.ne intotl the following larti;agr.oph
"Z'til without knowledge, often con
.detnied, t8 more valuablrl than know
4"dge without xtettl often ec0ninetnded
(or zeal without knowledge Inspires
life. inud life nequires knowlitlge; but
knowledge. without zeal Kits In Its
Study. pliays with its books and doem
nothing. All the greatest things In life
have been accomplished by enthusi-
asts whoso zeal was greater thaii their
kuowledgj."
A YOUNG LADY'S LIFE SAVED,

At Panama, Colombia by Chambertain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
Dr Chas. H. Ulter, a prominent plivsi-
cian, 9f Panama. Colombia, in a recent
leiterslates: "Last March I had as a pa-
tient a young lady sIxteen years of age,
who had a very bad attack of dysentery,
Everything I prescribed for her prove
ineffectual and she was growing wolse ev
cry hour, H1r parents weri sure she
would die She hald become so weak that
she could not turii over in bed. What to
do at this critical moment, wis a study
for me, b t ,l ltought of Chainhlbelain's
Colic, Cholera anlit Diarrhoea Remedy,
and ari a last resort prescribed it. The
most wonderful result was effected
Within eight hours she was feililng much.
better; inside of three days stli was oni
her feet ain(d at the ioul of nie week she
was entilirely wll." For ale byi L. M.
Waie, St. AtidrewlC alnd Byltiadl nild all
"- ildicl lohin e dealer


LOCALDRIFT.

-1Read Hoskin's ad. last column this p.
-If you want good bread, try that
Elite flour at J. I. Thompson's
-Kalamazoo Celery Compound-the
best blood Purifier Cures rheuma-
tism. At the Pioneer Drug Store.
-A good bi,, Tablet for 8 cts and a
good thick school tabletwith 175 leaves
for 1Octs; all with handsome covers and
good, ruled paper, at the BuoY office.
-The ladies of the Presbyterian
church realized three dollars and thir-
ty-live cents from, their Gulf excursion
last Thursday and they were quite well
satisfied with the result.
-The best physic Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets, Easy- to
take. Pleasant in effect. For sale by
L. M. Ware, St. P ndrews ir Bayhead,
and all medicine dealers.
-Many persons in this community
are suffering from kidney complaint
who cold avoid fatal results by using
Foley's Kidney Cure.. Sold by B. V
Brock, St. Andrews, Fla.
-The Ice Cream season is on and ui.-
til further notice, I Godard of the
Racket Store will serye the delicacy
every day including Sunday whenever
it is possible to keep supnlied with ice.
-Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either St. Andrews Binlf, or Buena Vista
Point, at 8c. per dozen; also map of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 15c. per dozen;, at the
BUOY office
-WANTED 5 YOUNG MEN from
Washington County at once to prepare
' for Positions in the Gove nment Ser-
vice-Rai way Mail Clerks, Letter Car-
riers, Custom House and Departmental
Clerks, etc. Apply to Inter-State Cor-
ri s. Inst., Cedar Rapids, Ia.
Prof. R. W, Willcox is all smiles
r this week and it is not to be wondered
at, for early Monday mornir.g Mrs.
Mash burn placed a bouncing ten-pound
boy in his arms, with the injunction
that he should care fpr it kindly-and be
a father to it. He accepts the charge
and hence his smiles.
- -The Buoy is very much pleased to
Y add the Columbus (Ga.) Ledger to its
exchange list. Through the medium
I of those columns it is hoped to kecp
t Buoy readers thoroughly posted on th(
- progress of the proposed new railroad
until its construction shall reach so
- near to St. Andrew that Buoy reporters
can get items at first hand..
-Because Liceut. Webster Doty ob.
jected to Law.yer Booue of Marianna de
sorting his rented house and leaving it
- in an untidy condition, without paying
his rent and took measures to collect it
the Mariannmo gentleman retaliates by
bringing an action for $50,000 damage
es against Mr. Doty. Verity lacerat
ed feelings come high with some folks
d -Rev. Dolphy, the new Presbyterian
v pastor preachll their church Sun
v fAMv manvri iveanin r w. ... cib n i


on .Monday und 1rsday evenings Ser-
vices will be heTd regularly hereafter
on the third Sunday in each month and
Rev. Dolphy announced that he hoped
to be able to so arrange matters as to
give St. Andrew a second Sunday in the
month. His hearers expressed them-
selves as well pleased with his intro-
ductory sermons. Therecently remod-
cled church is as neat and comfortable
ai could be desired. and the Presbyte-
rians have evvry reason to feel proud
of their pastor and their church.
-The Buoy has secured an age:.cy tor
the Tnos A. Edison jr. Wizardt Ink
Tablet, a wonderful invention that
has revolutionized the manufacture of
ink because it is a Pure Ink, superior
to any manufactured in liquid form and
at less than half the price. It is made
in six colors; is absolutely indellible
and cannot be removed Irom paper
with cids; all colors except carmine are
non corrosive One Tablet makes one
ounce of Splendid Ink. Put upl eight
Tablets in a box. Price per box 10 cts;
three tablets for 'c; will inake two or-
dinary school ink bottihs of thel Best
Ink you evci saw. The trade supplied
it wvhillesale, itteS, by thle Buoy
--The new catalogue of the Florida
State College at Tallahassce has been
received. It is a neat booklet of over
100 pages containing thirteen half-tone
engraving's of the college buildings,
campus and interior views. Tho face
ulty appears to be a particularly strong
one, the curriculum is high and the
equipment fairly complete. There are
three departments, the College, the
Teachers' Training School. and the
fHigh School or Preparatory Depart-
ment. None are admitted ur.der twelve
years of age in any department. The
enrollment shows 255 students, exclud-
ing duplicates from thirty-three Flori-
da counties and five states. Anyone in-
torested should address the President,
Taliahassee, Fla., for this new cata-
logue.
A Precocious Diplomattat.
Boy-Oh. mamima, I upset the salt-
cellar over my ,clean clothes.
Manmma-Th:at was careless. Go and
brush the salt off, and see you- don't
soil the clothes.
"But, manmmna, when any one spills
salt they have a quarrel, don't they?"
"So they say."
"Well, then, If they don't spill the
salt they don't have a quarreL Isn't
that so?"
"Yes, that Is so. But why do you
ask?"
"Well, because, mnmma. It wasn't
the salt I spilt; it was the ink."
i1anlroad Time Folders.
The average person who picks up a
railroad time folder does not realize
the enormous amouuit of work which
the preparation of such a publication
involves.
The big Burlington system, for In-
stance, has a general time folder made
up from sixteen different division time
tables. The folder contains 2.,x )( names
of towns, gives the schedules of ov r
500 trails, and whenever there Is a
change in time 60,000 figures have to
be carefully checked and corrected.


IN FINE SHAPE


For Construction of C. E. f&
St. Andrew Railroad.

N. Y. PE01LE TO BUILD.
AND EQUIP THE LINE

Fromn Columbus to St. Andrews
. nay. RIeorganization Agreed
Upon.,
Columbus Ledger.
The Ledger learns fom tilhe high-
est authority that the entire details
tor the complete reorganization ot
the Colmnibus, Enutala and St, Ain-
drews Bay Railroad hayo been agreed
upon, and that permanent organize
tion ai.dl the election (i officcis will
occur in ttle next lew days, just as
hoon as tlie parties can be g,,tten to-
gether.
Under the newv arangemuent, the
Ledger is informed that wealthy Newx
York people have agrceel to build and
equ-tp the 6nitire line from Columbus
to St. Andrew Bay without calling
on the local people for a dollar to aid
in the building of the line.
Col. lHawkins, the president of tlh'
old companyn, leaves this aftornooli
for Mo ntgomnei y to nimeet rcpresenta-
tives if the New York people who
who have agreed to take the coutraci
to build and equip the road. Addi
tional details will be available as
soon as the reorganization is effected
The public is somewhat familial
s with the troubles of the ol'. company
S.s origiaaly formed, the board o
directors proposed to build thlie li
Sfromi Columbus to St. Andrews Bay
direct. Later, several new parties
vweie admitted, and it seems that tw<
faction; qi ickly developed. Colone
s Hawkins arranged to place tlhe bond
Sne cessary to build the road, and iin
deed the mortgage deed was prepare '
and only a few formalities relmaine(
before they were to have been issued
Arrangements have been made t(
finance the entire scheme, but i
- seem that some of the parties desire'
- to go to work to build thoi he fron
t Pittuhoro to Birminghamn, leaving '.h
Columbus end of the line off for th
V present. This plan did not suit other
- interested parties, who stood out ii
- tavor of maintaining headquarters A
C' olumbus, and favored hbuildin thi
a line to this city, just as soon as thi
1 \,ap was comiplclib "(91 iiu',x


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Women Need
a constant supply of blood-making ma-
terial or their systems will break down.
The complicated female organism is
so delicately adjusted as to be easily
thrown out of balance. As a result,
health and strength are affected by
divers diseases. Motherhood, family,
society all levy such drains upon her
strength that most women break under
the nervous tension. The demands
apon her nervous strength are much
eater than similar demands of the
opposite sex. Hence she must be sup-
plied in greater measure with the ele-
ment-iron-that gives strength. The
reason women feel tired and worn out
and suffer from headache, pains in the
back and limbs, etc., is because they
have used up their supply of iron.
Menstruation trouble is largely caused
by lack of iron.

Dr. Harter's

Iron Tonic

supplies this element. It enriches the
blood and restores what strain has
used up.
Augusta, Ark., May 10, 1901.
"After having sold Dr. Harter's remedies
for thirtyyears I can cheerfully recommend
them. I might add that I
V hold in special favor Dr.Har-
ter's Iron Tonic, and would
Recommend it as the very
best preparation of iron I am ac-
quainted with: To weak, worn-out
Sousness, poor digestion, and pale, thin
blood, I believe it to be a panacea.
S "J. B. WILKERSON, Druggist."
(Si,M0 guarantee that above testimonial is genuine.)

An Impossible Task.
The conimlttee waited upon the suc-
cessful man.
.-"Y said as he entr'td tho'eroomu, Ie smiled
-'-.'- 4 "i r ',- r \ 'L 1Dr g is, '"


.mnl i l'al N ., r .ii' ii c 7 ill
wven over by tlie oilither and delay en-
sued resulting oin a tangle which
seemed well nigh hopeless. The:e wJri
,f grading at Pittsboro xwas stoPljed
until things cold be set to lnghl's.
This, in brief, is understood to be
about the facts in the case, although
no authorized statement has been
made covering the subject In fact,
the officers of the company have been
quite reticent, but they have evident-
ly been hard at work getting things
in shape to carry out the original
plan of building tlie line from Colum-
bus to St Andrews Bay. It now ap-
pears that success has crowVined tlheii
efforts, and that within a short limie
the work of grading tlie line will be
resumed by contractors. of ample
means to build and equip the r,,ad.
Tii LelCger is assui'red hat thie road
will positively be bulilt, from Colim-
bus to-St. Anniews Bay, and doubt-
less an official .taitelent ,'ill be an-
thorizold by the nov company in l
tfewv days conlirmning tlie inlormatiitl
cijtaiiedl in this article.
The greatest interest is felt in Co.
luimbs and all along the proposed
route in the plans of the compaliy,
aind doubtless the itiformatio colin-
tained in the Ledger this afternoon
will he received with genuine pleas-
ure and satisfaction,
A letter received bv thle Ledgei
from Editor Emmons of the St. An-
drews Buoy speaks of the interest
felt in the road ait that place, and re-
quests that the Lodger be mailed the"
Buoy, in o-der that the people down
that way may be kept posted in what
is go:ng on at this end of the line.
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T'. s :r i a ." i .r'y ,'f a en lriols per-
"'>*';; ;y ,,i .l.:i,'v," to to irtn ny p)ri 'e)f -

1' t. V .".,(iL;I> jiusi; n' :>15 Hlii;ty is aiiove
e" ;i\ o. u h t 'verytlh .iag he di)es is
.(; v il !' i' :i:r of a :m:ilin cotnystilly
A':' .t' uxlt'". w 81h so11' plil:l'l ll of thile
,(l I. I'.- r:i r'!y speaks unlessss spoken
o. I, I'rt-ever ;,;is. anl( his eyes have
t i\:i.d tint intense expression. One
*i:y h? '-'.v' wt. rleur!:in to ILondon with
w;\;x'-:l coi'lpian!o6s. The whole par-
y \\- trre Se.1ic. Ibt the eompanionss
were' of geinia type. One of them told
*" h;'niil(rons Il'e. over which the rest
iagiihed uproariously. Not so the hu-
man problem. le s:t In a ooorner of
the railway carriage glowering at his
mh!rthful friends. 11:lf ian hour after-
w-ard, however, when all were standing
at a street corner before separating he
took one aside and said solemnly and
slowly: "Ye would obsairve that I did
na' Inugh at yond' story. Well. I saw
thlie joke. Ye might not think it. bnt I
have a keen seuse of h( noi'r."- London
News.


iii.',niJrit.d m eu cstly. I
-"You Lave given im Its to .s'i ~ l
cars, i;ew cigars, hea-lth fo'ds i;ni
gllies---nliles tthat have pi.a4sed t i
public ;i!nd yolur pi"I.on s '"
The oll s'('i'sfuli mSIn owed.
"We l." said the sipOl;i'.1i !;ln. "1 we iw'. ,
'I new talby at our house. ;),1Nd we ha tv
(i'lt' to y oV n to slec' t nIlail ll;it wiil
plci 11se her pirefntIs. sisters 1nd bt-;'ii
trs, grandparents. CUcs) IIns, u il'1v .-I"
:lunts ;iiad friends of the fuiuly. uiii
herself liter on."
The sutccoesful mnn frowned ster:iiy
'Sir," he said, "I do not undertaken
the li Itpo;sible!"-Cincinnati Coulmcr-
cl.l Tribune.
All Were 3aved.
"For years I suffered such unl old mis-
ery from Bronchitis," writes J. H.
Johnston,of Brou2bhtonr Ga., "that oft-
on I was unable to work. Then, when
everything, else failed, I was wholly cur-
ed Uy )Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consuinptioi,. My wife suffered intense-
ly from Asthma till it cured her, and all
our experience goes to show it is the
best croup medicine in tho world." A
trial will convince you it's unrivaled for
throat and ]i ng diseases. Guaranteed
bottles 50e aid $1. Trial bottles free
at all drua-moists.

Tl'' nl o' i' ; 'itl. !r:t :' or slow,
.V.! 'roun'ded ;> o)'e f htl L.';t ; i 'lio h-
ods of foretel:ing tile a)r'l';eh of r ;in'
or snow. Wihe there was a luist lhe-
fore the rise of theli fill mlon, if clouds
were seen in the west before the sun
rose or there was a mist in the fields
before sunrise, wet weather was ex-
pected. When the mists vanished rap-
Idly and the moon seemed to rise fast-
er than usual, fine weather was sure
to gladden the hearts of the mierryinak-
ers on the succeeding day. When the
winds changed and the clouds flew
along on "tail," the farmers predicted
a storm.
Foley's Kidney Cure is a imedici ie
Sf rom poisons and will cure any case
>,f kidney disease that is not beyond ihe
reach of medicine. Sold by B. V. B: onk,
St. Andoires.

The Use of Drend on Wnater.
A loaf of bread Is a favorite talis-
man for locating a drowned body In
most European countries. Sometimes
it is found sufficient of itself, some-
times it needs the aid of some other
substance. Thus In England the loaf
is usually weighted with quicksilver.-
Notes and Queries.

A Little lough on Ma.
Daughter-The mian I marry must be
P brave man.
Father-He will be if he marries youl
while your mother is living.--New York
Press.
fie Is No Hypocrite.
Tom-Are you going to wear mourn-
ing for your wealthy uncle?
Jack-Only a black pockethook.-Chl-
cago News.
"1 laad diabetes in its worst form.'"
Writs MaIrion Lee of Dlu)irathi. il(].
"' tried eight physicians withiu1 relt0'f
OnlVy ihret bottles' of ["'' ''y
( 1 ,' i i 1 t well ;." '
V ih',.,c'k:. St..\iidri'-w-


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Tlhe Oliciatl Caivats
Oi the Second D)emocratic P riial)
Election, held on the 12tii iuit.,
shows thie following vote:
For Representative. Votes
S. W Anderson........... ......20S
Tom. W atts...................
M ajoril ...................... 84
For Tax Assessor.
J. William Bowon ...............211
John W. Williams .............. 288
M majority ...................... 77
For Tax Collector.
John R. Thompson.............. 2(i7
R C. Horne..................... 257
M aority .... .................. 20


Nzottee of ixiti niiiatioli.
T1,e next icgular examination of
teachers for Washington County will
be held at Vernon, beginning at 9
o'clock a. m.. on Tuesday Sept. 2d1, 1902.
Questions will be based upon the same
text books that were used in .the last
June examination, the work on Theory
and Practice being "White's Art of
Teaching," $1, American Book Compa-
ny, Atlanta. Examines must present
a written endorsement of 'good .moral
character and pay -a fee of $1.00. Be
on hand at the beginning and come
prepared to stay three days.
L. L. PRATT, Co. Superintendent.
Dated this 9th day of August, 1902.
Antidyspepsla Diet.
"Dyspepsia would no longer be the
national disease in America if the peo
pie of this country would adopt a plain
diet similar to that of Norway and
Sweden. Gout is unknown among
Swedes and Norwegians. and the rosy
cheeks and clear complexions of th.
young people of those countries ar:
the result of the siluid,; food the chliil
dren eat," the United States consul al
Bergen, Norway. says. "Hot rolls and
white bread are rarely seen in Sweden
Knackbrode or hard bread is the stand
ard article of food. It is made of
ground oats and 1rye. There is no yoast
in the bread, and it is rolled Into thiin
wafrs-, which are baked and hung upl
where they will keep perfectly dry
Swedes eat this bIred and driuk mill.
for two meals a day and have one me
at which Iiiy eat ineiat and potatoes
S-e\vets arel niit unknolOw. Children
are ;llow;,,' to eat candy only on state
occasions."
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All (ii'tgspits refund the money if il
fail; to cure. E. W. GROVE'S siitna-
ture on very box. 25c.
(ielrigli1 -lt It.
"(;;inblIer? \VWell. rather! Why. he's
SI) (!:/.y over 'allincs of chance that h
!:!:izs a rostnau1riait where the.
l'r'E.t t i b1i! (of fare in French, and h(
lou';tlt I1know a word of the language."
Cliuago 'Post.
'! ar,:itt.st ist cones from free-
i, :~i~;il, \V' (' (.anl kcp) our minds
a i e w 2.V bi; at ,a n hl-'.w. Le
i.. ta:i p ow' thin, at a time aU%

Just Look at Her.
WVhence came that sprightlyy step,
faultless skii,, rich, rosy complexion,
smiling face. She looks good, feels
good. Here'- her secret. She uses Dr.
King's Now Li e Pills. Rlesult-all or-
gans active, digestio,.n good, no head-
aches, no chance for '"blues." Tr3 them
yourself. Only 25c. at all drug stores.


Whiskey


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SAVING MIDDLEMEN'S PROFITS.
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'Terms: O ash %6i1h iild,'n wVrite flr descriptive circular.
SR -efer ence-Coiniier'i l agenio(', a o"1 aty merchants h ere.

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also where, and to prepare


S1 ave ji-t receive I a Fiesh, Now stock of

1. MFEIilY'S SEEDS.
Andi if yviu i \ \ .sitld t, e o n lo r ll: or a l! iny Seed, I will only take pleasure
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SL. 2'i -NCH DISE,

Dry Goods, apple and Fancy Groceries,

Notions, visions and Feed Stuffs.
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I pay Cash for Goods and must do

a strictly Cash Qor Ready Pay
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MEN'S LADIES' AND BOY'S HATS.
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ST. ANDREW

PRICES CURRENT
GROCERIES.
* 4ngar, I lb Tea, "' I
Granul.ted.... ..7 Ile No ....... 1
C,.,''-e. A ... 6. G.unipow.lder.. 4
Lt brown..... 6 Uncol'd Jap.-0-6
(;, Green.... l2(t 2'l Unsweetn'a.10
Arbuckle,lb 12-15 Sweetened ..... 1
'linger snaps 31625 Blaking ponder
Jrackors,soda.. 10 Royal ...... 5
l'obacco, plug 20a60 Cainpt -ll .. 1
Iaisins Canned I' it
Londonlayers.8-15 'Peadchie .... 10a2
Valencia .... .. 8 Tomatoes. ... .Sal
tice ....... 61 Apples........ 1
i plt.s Pears......... 1
oE apmurated ... 12 Plums ......... 1
)ri. dPeaches, 8 Apricot...... 10-2
0oal Oil prgal ....15 Strawberries. 2
;,,o li.io .. ..... 20 Pineapple .. .10-2
Tlorida Syrup. .- 50 Canned Meats
on .......... 100 Roast Beef..... 1
lTiegar ....... 30 Corned Beef... .1
Jneesepr lb..... 15 Chipped BecflO-2
autter...... 5-30 Lobster ....... 2
-. Ole'nnairgcrine.. 15 Salmdi... ,- .. 1 I
S e ... .... 8.-10 Canned Vegetables
tea.ns ..... 5 Baked Beans.. 10
cocoanut'pkg ... 10 Corn .......10@l
Jelly, glass 0al-oi '- Peas ..... '. 1.. 0
tjime Juice ...... 45 Pumpkin ...... 1
Fggs per doz... 15
PROVISIONS.
Flour Pork
Am'nSwan 1..2.25 D. S. pr i.. ..1
Majestic .... 2.75 Bacon Sides .... A:
Corn Mealprbu60-70 Fresh ....... 8Sl(
Oat Meal pr lb... Br'kf'st Bacon. 1
Coru per Ibu95ca$l 00 Hamn canvassed l2i
Potatoes Shoulders..... 11
Irish...... 1 61 Beef
Early se seed 2.00 Corned......
Sweet.. .85@1.00 Fresh. .......S 1
ialt, pr sack.. .00 Dried......... 2:
Table ........ 5 Milk pr qt ...... 10
11 ARlt) WARE.
Nails, uer 11,4-1 .,5 Ax,with handle. 7
Galv wire do.) .1i- Hoes, each ... 35a50
Manilla rope...9al 20opper paint, can 50
4t.oves cook,. .$8a25 Linseed oil, ga55@60(
Pipe, per joint 15
DRY GOO1)S,
V.ints, per yd.. 5a8 Checks .....
Sheelings .... 5a9 Flannel. ...... 11 ia40
Muslin ....... 9al I Thread per spool. 5
leani ....... 5a45 1,... ,ladies.$1a2 75
i axdra spts pat 225 M ..'s... '$1 0a3(t
Ml1SOCEL.& NEOUS.
'ay pr cwt, .7- al."I, 9ats pr bu....... 70
I'u4 I ...... .. 1.25 Brtck pr M .....13.110
ltope S i l ...7.@(D9 Lime pt: bl..... 7,
i." 01IT and NUTS.
oh.' i... pr do.oz Pecans pr II ... 1.
.\ ,, ........ W alnuts ......... 20
. ,, ,, ... 20 A lm on ds ........ I
" '"". o.. ys 'E '
,, ll i 111111 1 .50 O ,.,,u ,l I r , 1 I. 1 5
S LI VE STOC'li.

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S: i i,.I I "i I,,i . *" M'-l | i,
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Sti,, ..... 10 Mackerel .
L U UMI i't.


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Face .. 12.00
Sap o .. 10.00
CI aplIoairds,

Finishliing lumi-
hber,d.. $12.@A5.<0
Lath, ,i .. 2.. (
loa t Ii n cl- r,e i
dressed .... $20


o $100 lkeward. $100
The i.--.,-'i of (his paper will be pleas-
ed to learn that. there is ;at lea-t onei
i.'..l..d disease that science has been
able to cure in all its stages, amnd that is
atlHaL. Hall's Catarh Cure is thle only
positive cure known to the medical Ira-
ternity. Catari'h being a constitutional l
disease, requires a constitutional treat-
Inent. Hali's Catarrh Cure is taken in-
ternally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system, there-
by destr ving the foundation of tlihe dis-.
ease, and giving the patient strength bV
Iuildiing up the constitution and assisting
iatiure in doing its work. The proprie-
tors have so much faitli in its curative
powers that they offer One Hundred Dol-
lars for any case that it fails to cure
Address
F. J. CHENEY & Co. Toledo, 0.
Sold by di iiNi,'t-, price '5c. per bottle.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.

Why She Wanted an Introduction.
"I must have an introduction to that
woniau."
"Why, yes; certainly," replied heri
friend, and at ounce brought it about.
Later she asked:
"What made you so keen about meet.
Ing Mrs. S.? You gazed at her as in.
tently as if you could not take your
eyes froui her while you we're talking
I never f'ouud Iher so intere';ting."
"O'hl. I doeu't know< whwth:'r she is In
tt'rsting., buit (Ild't y;;u see tli:h t love'
lv tleh<' v. wc? I j.- 1, :d to find ouW
Low it xvatm linhite. I k;'i\w h)ow to. mJ:lki
one ex:;, iil liko it now. J. st let nm
ch:p i;y eyes <; a'!:y:'ti!n* of tk;:t sorm'
for a few t)usnte'.s :lnd I'll trc l:.riuce i'i
EDo I'-:'t Vk'1 e (-O' hl tll tV m cop,'
from ti tn' .inl.'--New Yotk io''ess.

r'.4a'i' ),':.pl', t? :p ,'::r(, of t'Ci ir imon-
(,y iti !m'''".l"' Io'i' si,;,itl'mi la -Atchi


Look Pleasant, Flease.
P-t.lograpih.r C. C. Harlan, of Eaton,
0., can do so now. though for years he
couldn't because he suffered untold ag-
ony from the worst form of indigestion.
All physicians and medicines failed to
help him till he tried Elect-ic Bitters
which worked such wonders for him
that he declares they are a godsend to
sutl'crers fro'n dyslpepsia ,ied stoli ach
troubles. Unri"aled for diic;,s( of the
.stomach, liver and kidneys, they build
up and give new life to the whole sys-
temn. Try them. Only 500;, g-turantced
by all iiugIista.


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S 'AR KER.
Special reput tIo thie i;uov.
''l0e s i, ia: oii,.'i, cc' d ,' I ahI ,: i,
of Air,. l ivw,-:i ,i ,S ,,l;ay at 12 ",1
a,. I ., she hi ti i g icr., ili iil sai'1 -
ltio Tuesday ia','cciioi '. lint' as ;
shock to all. lie deceased vwas lbe-
lovad by all who knew her, for.she
was ever full of good deeds. A de-
voted wife, a loving mother, a go(d
neighbor and a kind friend to all.
She leaves a husbar.d and eight
childrewr--four sons and four daugh-
te)s; the eldest daughter being Mrs.
Osgood Parker, to mourn their loss,
It is an irreparable one, and the en-
tire community mourns with the af-
flicted family in their unspeakable
grief. At 4 p. mi. the funeral ser-
vices were conducted at the grave,
by the Rev. Herbert Johnson of
Cook.
W. A. Moshe- of Cromanton, ac.
companies by his wife and three lit-
tle daughters and Mrs. F W. Hos-
kins and four little daughters visited
the school Thursday afternoon. So I
much sweet femininity fairly took the
breath away from tli late Profes.
sor. -
County Superintendent L. L.
Pratt visited relatives in St. Andrew,
Millville, Parker and Sea View a
part of last week.
Miss Addie Larkin, niece of Mrs
Dr. Mitchell, of St. Andrew, is vis-
iting Mr. and Mis. M. G. Post for a
short time.
No ice being obtainable, the re--


4 ccipts of the box social were only a
little over eight dollars.
J. M. Travlor has so far recovered
him? i haltli as to be able to visit the
Bay once more.
Found-A cast-net on Crooked
Island, which the ownor. can have by
giving a correct (description and pay.
ing 25 cts. tor this notice. Enquire
of CU T. Parker.

Cham berlin's Cvlic, Cholera and D)i-
arrhoea Remedy has a world wide repu-
tation for its cnres. It never fails aad ts
pleasant and saft', to take. For sale )
L. M.'Ware, St. Andrews .and Bayhead
aind all medicinedeale rs.

Modern Bachelorm.
The bachelor does no longer pat him-
self on the back for remaining single,
as did Casimir Delavigue, the author
o of "Lot4s XI."
But neither does the bachelor turn
his coat, as did Casimir when he got
inmrried on the srame day as his broth-
er (lerm.:in. b-st known as the collab-
orator of Becrbe, and in the same
I, .!' I,. ;i,::. i, luckily, "not to the
-.: -irl." : s i)Loa is :t'hl ;; .e in his
sudden i'right ii;:ni fenarod.
The re at : promini'iit men of the
S-<'(, d'Iy '.'. intend to remain free
.o not inv,'.-bh a.gnint women like
;'"tl: ii .-I' ;ti and Mtum4.s t and, for
"imtt.'r of thai, like Milton. They
i;' csy escr'iw tntrim:nomy, and, what
Sii. : (ul';o:us still. 'oc"Iety appears
.ii>t o ai,'3(1,r at it, aind women them-
*'I( 01 o'( taking the abstention as a
!';:t'< "r fu crll' .

IoII Know Wliat You Are Tak

tlier you take Grove's Tasteless Chil
'Tonic ,e.'ause the formula is plainly
u)rinted on every bottle showing that it is
simply iroii and Quinine in a tasteless
i'orm., No Cure, No Pay. Price 50c.

Men, Woraen niland ats.
The man who brings out a new hat
almost invariably remarks when some-
body with an investigating turn of
mind asks him where he got it, how
much it cost, etc.: "Oh, I've had that
hat for about a month now. It's far
from being new."
However, the same hat, when care-
fully scrutinized, does not show any
signs of wear and generally looks as
sp1ck and span as when it came from
the packer's box. If you question the
owner's statement as to the time of
his possession, he will usually tell you
that he has not worn it, but it has
been around the house for at least
thirty days.
A woman is different. When she
gets a new buonuet, she is anxious to
get it properly placed and get out on
the street. If she meets an acquaint-
ance and words of ecstasy and delight
are not forthcoming. she invariably
gets i:n'd.
"Can't you seeo mly i ow hiat? I just
bought it. Ain't it s:;vtet? And I onl'.
paid $9.99 for it. -- milliner tol
mte she had held ( .'. :'. r ', .1..,0 w dl reo
duced the price for my special lncu
etit."
That's the rev'-erse in lh'nmau n.atu'.
among the sexes.-PiittLsbur'g Press.
A Cure for Cholera Infantum.
"Last May," says Mrs Curtis Baker,
of Bookwalter, Ohio, ',an infant child of
our neighbor's was suffering from chole-
ra infantuim. The doctor had given up all
hopes of recovery. I took a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colj Cholera and I iar-
rhea Remedy to the house, telling them
I wis sure it would do good if used ac
cording to directions. In two days' time
the child h id fully recovered, and is now
(nearly a yeam synce) a vigorous, healthy
girl. I have recommended this Remedy
frequently and hayone'er known it to
fail in a single instance." For sale hv L.
M Ware St. Andrews and Bayhead and
all medicine dealers.


a further act of hostility by treachery
nd, being captured, suffered death on
he wheel after refusing an act of
:race which granted him the painless 7
.nd honorable death of the sword. The
tory is perhaps the strangest of all
he romances of that romantic age.

Foley's Kidney Cure
Will cure Bright's disease.
Will cure Diabetes.
Will cure Stone in Bladder.
Will cure Kidney and Bladder dis-
ases.
Foley's Kidney Cure will cure all dis.
cases arising from disordered kidneys
nd bladder. For sale by :B V. Brock,
t. Andrews, Fla,
The Hunman Heart.
The heart of man is a book-nay, it
s an enclycopedia of everything that
has ever come within the range of its
personal experience. It preserves an
eternal record of all the stories in
rhich it has played a part. It is
range what sad things may be hidden .
n its depth without giving any token t
)f their existence. The heart may be.
'ay and may send the smile mantling c
o the face, but all the while you see t
nly the topmost stratum. If the graves
beneath were to give up their dead, the s
miles would seem strangely out of '
place.


VIRGINIA COLLEGE W I I S K E Y
For YOUNG LADIES, Roanoke, Va. .... ER GALLON ....
Opens Sept. 18, 1q02. One of the lead- e s I en
ing Schools for Young Ladies In the Mention this paper and send for t
South. New buildings, pianos and eq ip- Price List
nent. Campus ten acros. Grand mouii- Write: WINSTON DIS. CO
tain scenery in the V,,lley of Va., fa'ied Winston, N. V .
farl i health. Europen aand Anicric Lowest Priced Whiskey House
teichu es. full c.'u se. ('onsearvatorv ad-
viftiges In Art, Music and Elocution.
Students froii thlirty rates. For cata-
logue audruos MA'TIE P. HARRI,:s. BAN NER S A L V E
RoanokL, Va. the most hearing salve in the world.,


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The S':ort Ste-pi et'o-in.
"I ",. s o(, l )n (ocf'(',i'n 1h'mr .'-I.io Sh!.'
ru;m i ti I 'rot-cks off thlt' I;. ii:-:. ,':': ''
s. ; -, :I o." 'aid ;a !';hii!; 'lephia

: t:il ( l ) o'< i : :, !l th ; ;K- .
9::t i in 1 in m! 'y. iwtm' ;W : a S!;
slender thr:cid between the tragic and
the ridiculous. We had a fellow on
board who had managed to keep pretty
well loaded all the way across, and
when we str--rk the rockq bfi w-s In
his usual condition. When everybody
thought for sure we Were going to tihe
bottom, he sat down at the piano in
the saloon, and what do you suppose he
began playing? 'Home, Sweet Home.'
Somebody went to him and begged him
to stop. Immediately he switched off
from the doleful strains of the old song
to the rollicking melody of 'Down
Went McGinty.' The absurdity of the
thing seemed to strike everybody at
once, and a general laugh followed.
The tension was relieved, and there
was good order after that."-Philadel-
phia Record.

Stops the Uough an(i Works off
the Cold.
Laxative Bromo-Quiiiine Tablets cure a
cold in one day. No Cure No Pay. Price
25 cents.
DO. INATID bY WOMEN.
A Welsh Tvown Where the Feminine
Sex Reigns Supreme.
Away In a sequestered little nook on
the I'emnbrokeshlre coast there is a vil-
lage entirely managed by women. In
Langui--for such i:- the hamlet's name
--wo:an' r; igns supreme. She is the
domiiinamithig force of the mart of trade.
the household tiina'itier, the family ac.
couiatal:t, anad, in fact, fills all the po-
sitionls which in any other coemnininty,
whether ci'.vlized or not, are by estab
,isjh d I r c- ('dnt vote-. to n:;n.
L:an.'4u; i:i;s a r.'MO'.' apirt froml thi,
world in its ;aws ihi its exclusion of the
stri'; g Lhe v'alst i' 'of worl aanald titil-gs lyl ht
b"yo'ind its hordei's. Its q'iliit life Io
dominated by two 'h powerful factors
--xv'xm<,ti;:;Ind!si] and oysters. There arn
inci in Lani;,uuS, but tlhy exert little
'A, i:() l ii',ol ,oa uTOl the affairs of thi
luict little \Velshh illagoe.
Tl! I.'i:i L!aa r r.l neither is nor pre
'ends t)o 1'e. 11 r'ec ''nizes the right e:.
woma':II!;ind to o'li m;i:d ril' e and is per
cctily sati.tied to he described as An
iio .Toneos' i-inli or Mary Williaims' nian
IHe ti thitr' requires rior ;mppreciatep
coim !)pio. Sitting of an evening af
his co'ttia-e door, with his faithful
brood pl)!yiug aru:i:d him. his wifl'
and daughter busy within reckoning
the gains of 11i day's wor'k, ie is vexed
by no mental anxieties or perplexities
Divested of all responsibilities of life,
he is as pleased as the oyster for which
his native place is famed.-London An-
swers.
Shatters all Records.
Twice in hospital, F. A. Gulledge,
Verbena, Ala., paid a vast sum to doc-
tors to cure a severe case of piles, caus-
ing 24 tumors, When all failed Buck-
en's cArnica Salve soon cured him.
-;ubdues inflammation, conquers aches,
kills pains. Best salve in the wo.ild.
.'. ct ii at -ill drug stores,

A MAN AGAINST A NATION.
The Most Curious Enropean IWar
That Ever Was Waged.
The most curious European war ever
waged was that which in the sixteenth
century, the period of the reformation
and the renaissance, Was carried on
single handed for between five and six
years between a bankrupt grocer of
Berlin and the elector of Saxony, who
was the most powerful German prince
>f the period. The grocer's name was
Elans Kohlhase, and the immediate
cause of the quarrel was the arresting
)f two of his horses in the elector's
territory he being a subject of the
mlector of Brandenburg. Fafting to get
*edress, hlie adopted what was then a
perfectly legal expedient and declared
normal war on the realm of Saxony.
[he declaration was accepted in due
'orm, and the war began.
The extraordinary part of the story
s that the grocer kept the war up for
early six yeu's practically single
landed and eve-n went to the extremity
if declaring war on his own sovereign
n the mneamtime before lhe was caught.
e1 burned faris and even villages.
employed mercenaries after the fashion
if the times mi and ade limsialf the tcr.
or of the district. He was finally In
luenced to stop hostilities by Luther.
.nd after he hail taken the sacrament
romin his hands ie was betrayed into


Notice of Application for Tax
Deed
Under Section 8 of Chapt r *1S88 Laws of
Florida.
Notice is hereby given that G. B.
I'homtnon, purchaser of Tax Certificates
Nos. 120 122 amid 12;, dated the 2d day of
July, A. D, 1900, lias filed said erlifiealtes
n my office, and lhas made applica ion for
tax deed to issue in accordance with llaw.
Said certificates embrace the following
described property situated in Washing-
on county,Flori 4a, to-wit: Block 31, nt/
see. 8, ip.4 -Is, r. 14w, lots 1 to 8, block ,
se/4 sec. .8 tp. 4s, r. 14w: 10 acres lying
east of block 15, se4 sec. 8, to. 4s, r. 14w.
Thlie said land being assasscd at the date
of the issuance of such certificates in the
atime of S. E. Thompson andUnknownii
Unless said .ci tificates %hall be redee ned
recording to law, tax deed will issue there-
an on the 30th day of A\uginut, a., i. 1')02.
Witness my official z-igmialull. :an .-cal
[.,s.] this the 25th da.y et JulI ,a D
1902. W C' LoCKEY.
Clerk C icuut C'ourt
o Washiigto'i CLUii v, Flo"iil .

-PARBKAER'S
HAIR BALSAM
Clea es and '.bri.i. ihe hair.
Promotes a luxuriant growth .
:ever Fail to roatote Gray
Hair to its youthful Color.
Cum scalp diseases At heir f utig.
SOc, and Dmrgids"


p'ersolalI.
I D 'puty Uni'd States l -li,'hatl ,L.
\\'is,'l,,g,'l :;,- v,.l ir,,,n C h(pl ,,i S uli-
ili'y aid jiin & his 1 ,iniilv "i'l the
Chiple, pirtv i he R-A c !h ,. h.,I
a wveoekv's *i'i ,!r"
Senator C. L. Wilson and 'jii mily
of Marianna arrived on T i r.'l-'iy 'if
last week for a vacation at lihe b.ay.
They are established in the Doty res-
idence, corner of Louise and --
Streeta.
A. G. Moore, editor of the Mari-
ania Times-Courier is spending a
few days in St. Andrew this week.
He was a pleasant caller at the Baoy
office.
Thornton Hall, of Chiidago is in
St. Andrew for a two or three weeks
sojourn, a gaest at Ware's. A
sleasant call at the Buoy office form-
ed an agreeable acquaintanceship.

V ra. s,", i"- .t u ii' .
ri< five Act!".ve cr 's v the U'fwt-

The n,'-tiv," v -i ( r' ." gouIs of f the
'VCes'T' hinmafsopheri oc(tcur i livre wide-
'y s 'pa'iai'ed regions:
First.-'it''' Alidean group of voi-
aces Of the equatorial region of west-
ern South Americal.
Second.-'The chain of some twenty-
five great cinder cones which stretch
east mnd west across the south end of
the Mexican plateau.
Third.- The Central American group,
with its thirty-one active craters, ex-
tending diagonally across the western
ends of the east and west folds of the
Caribbean corrugations, fringing the
Paclic side of Guatemala, San Salva-
dor mnd Costa Rica. This is separated
from the Mexican group on the north
by a large nonvolcanic area, the isth-
amis of Telahuaintepec. and on the'south
from the Andean volcanoes by the isth-
mus of Panminma, where no active vol-
en;noes are found.
Fourth.-The chain of volcanoes of
the Windward islands, marking the
eastern gate of the Caribbean sea,
standing in a line directly across the
eatenrn termini of the Caribbean moun-
tains, trending east and west and paral-
tel to the Central American group sim-
ilarly situated at the western termini.
Fifth.-The volcanoes of Alaska and
the Aleutian islands.-Professor Rob-
ert T. Hill in Century.

Henry If, Shattuck of Shellsburg, lown
was cured of a stomach trouble with'
which hlie had b en afflicted for years, by
four boxes of Chambeilain's Stomach
and Liver Table's. He had previmnusll -
tried mn my other remedies and a number
of physicians without relief. Par sale h)
f, M. Ware, St. Andrawp and Bayhead
and all medicine dealers.
Spiteful.
"Yes." said the engaged girl, "Dick is
very methodical. He gives me one kiss
when he comes and two when he gin-
away."
"That's alwny:.s been his way." re
turned her d,_.'i-r st frin.ii,. "I've beartn
lots of girls comment On it."
Thui- it happens that they cease to
esli''k to each other.

Enasy Diagnoi.
Mmir. Foindma-Sorry to disturb you t
at this hour, doctor, but we can't imi
agine what alls the child.
Doctor-Cold, perhaps. Did you have
him out today?
Mrs. Fondma-Yes; but only to his
graiidnmothlr's. c
Doetor-Ah! Overfed; that's all.- y
I 'hi ladelphin Press. v
I
Iron is seven times as heavy as wa
ir. bulk for bulk, and gold nineteen,
in' s. U
(
The Best Prescription for Malaria e
Chills and Fever is a hliotti e of GROVE' 1
TASTELESS CHILL TONIC. It is simply iron c
nid quinine in a tasteless form. No cure,
no pay. Price 50c.


Slitting Tree Baric.
When a young fruit or shade tree
- stops growing and looks as if It were
about to give up the struggle for ex-
istence, the trouble may often be traced
to its being barkbound. In this Icase
a long perpendicular slit in the bark
will enable it to resume Its natural
growth.



B.V., BROOK'S
Is the Place to Buy

Clothing and Gents'
Furnishing Goods
At Rock Bottom 1Prices'
At his Store may also be found. Con-
stantly on lHand, a Fnll Line o(
General Merchandise
AND
Hardware!
A Tin Shou
tRun iln connection with thlie Store, a f-
forda ample opportunity fo.t tlio
Repairing of All Kinds of Tinware
IIere are manufacturedil tile


Sheet Iron Box Heatiunr Stoves
Which are so deservedly Ipopular..
A call at B. V lroclk's Store will
convince all persons of the geoine-
ness of his nl.- d low'nss, of his
pIi ices.

Com es. ad Be vinc


Foley's Honey and Tar
for children,safe,sure. No opiates.


Lost IJ Ir'
-r


SMy hair C c .... b l n .... ,
ful, and the -._, '-i to)
creep in. I triecAyer's H,'ii Vigor,
and it stopped the hair from com-
ing out and restoreed the color."-
Mrs.M. D. Gray, No. Salem, Mass.

There's a pleasure in
offering such a prepara-
tion as Ayer's Hair Vigor.
It gives to all who use it
such satisfaction. The
hair becomes thicker,
longer, softer, and more
glossy. And you feel so
secure in using such an
old and reliable prepara-
tion. s.o a bottle. All druggists.
If your druggist catinot supply youi
send us one dollar and we will express
you a bottle. Be sure and give the name
of your nearest express office. Address,
J. C. AYER CO., Lowell. Mass.

Steel Skyserapers.
An architect of New York says that
with the modern steel frame a buinld-
lng can be carried to a height equal
to seven and dne-half times the diam-
eter of the base. By this rule on an
ordinary city block could be erected
a building 1,500 feet high, 500 feet
higher than the EitTel tower. It would
have 125 stories and cost about $30,-
000,000.

A Pointer.
Briggs-rIow do you know Mrs. Dul-
cet is such a handsome woman? You
say you never saw her.
Griggs-No, but you should hear how
the other women talk about her.-Bos-
ton Transcript.

Cures Eczeima and Itcliniilln-
inors Through the Blood---
Costs Notlhain to Try It.
B. 1 B. (Botanic Blood Balm) is now
recognized as a certain and sure cure for
eczema, itching skin, humors, s('abs,
scales, watery blisters, pimples, aching
bones or joints, boils, cirbunclos, prick-
ling pain in the skin, old eating sores, uiil-
cers, etc. Botanic Blood Bil ,o taken in-
ternally, cures the worst and most deep-
seated cases, by enriching, purifying anu
Aitalizing .the blood, thereby giving a
healthy blood supply to the skin. Botan-
ic Blocd Balm is the only cure, to stay
cured, for those awful, annoying skin
troubles. Other remedies may relive, but
B. B. B. actually cures, heals every sore,
and give the rich glow of health to the
ski B. B. B. builds up thc broken
dawn body and makes the blood red and
nourishing. Over 3000 voluntary testi-
monials of cures by Betanic Blood Balm.
(B. B. B.)4 Druggists, $1. Trial treat-
ment free and preoaid by writing Blood
Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe trou-
ble, and free medical advice given until
cured.

A Simple Matter.
"John, I'd like you to wake me at 5
o'clock tomorrow morning. I want to
catch the early train."
"All right, sir; all right," replied the
able ',rvitr expressively; "all you got
to do,. sir, i- to dig."--P'hilhid-iihl:i
\,'rth American

A Bright Student.
Among the reminiscences of the class
f '02 at Yale is the story of a stout
iid healthy looking member who was
told by his tutor that "he was better
fed than taught." "You teach me. I
feed myself," was the retort.

A Physician Healed.
Dr, Geo. Ewing, a practising physi-
cian of Smith's Grove, Ky., for 1'over 30
'oars, writes his personal experience
vith Foley's Kidney Cure, "For years
Shad been greatly bothered with kid
iey and bladder trouble and enlarged
rostrate gland. I used everything
knownn to the profession without relief,
mtil I commenced to use Foley's Kidney
.ure After taking three bottles I wa.
entirely reliever and cured. I prescribe
t now daily in my ,practice and hearti-
y recommend its use to all physician
or such troubles. 1 have prescribed it
n hundreds of cases with perfect sue
:ess." For sale B. V. Brock. St. An-
Irews, Fla.
TIwo Babes For a Cent.
A novel poster was seen by a recent
sojourner in Nova Scotia. It was print
ed oil rough paper with red paint, In a
chiidish hand, and was tacked to a tel
lgraph pole in a conspicuous position:
'There will be a concert and fair in
Mrs. Parson's sitting room today at '2
o'cVlock sharp. Admission-adults, 5
cents; children; 2 cents; babies, two for
a cent."


PIONEER DRUG STORES





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CORNER OF SHELL AVENUE AND MIHIGAN STREET
ST. ANDREWS BAY, FLAME
ID B -AT,-,: E TR, I 3qT


Drelus, Bedicins, Fancy Tolet Arliclis


I Handle no Quack Nostrums

PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED
DR J. J., KESTER, M., D. DrU-i6it







W P. PARKER & SON



DeaLG'ril Real EstateR
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P A R K E I, FLA



SURVEY YING,

And Payment of Taxes for Non-Residents-
GIVEN THE MOST CAREFUL ATTENTION.

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R A C K-E ET S T E0

AN1) CITY RESTAURANTr r
Corner of Bayview and Wyemine Avenues on Bay Frofd;
Glassware. Tinware and Notions!
\Vhat you caun'1 t fid at any other .Store, come to the R A C K E
STO RE and get.

Hot Meals at All Hours of the Day.
Ililh:,1::..,;,1C. Cup of 'olfee, 5 Cts. --- Cup of Tea, 5 Cts. ,iilllillI;i;

Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes, Specialties.
J. GODARD, Proprietor.


TIME TABLE


LOUSVILLE & NASHVILLE R R
In Effect April 14, 1901.
NEW ORLEANS AND MOBILE.
No 4 No, 2 No. 8 No. 1
12:35 n'n 11:05 p.m. Leave Pensacola, Ar'rive 5:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m
2:22 p. m. 1:02 a.m. Flomaton, Leave 2:33 a m. 2:30 "
4:22 2:55 Mobile, 12:30 n'n 1:25 "
8:25 7:30 New O-luans. &:00 p.m. 9:30 am.
NORTH.I.


No. 2 No. 4 No I No 3,
11:05 l).m. 12:35 p. m. Leave Pensacola Arrive 4:00 p.m. 5.00 a.0.,
6:15 a.m. 6:30 Arrive Montgonieiy Leavu 11:15 a m. 9:35 p.m.
11:5 !:12 '" Birminugham '" S:33 -' 4:05 "
2:30 5:50 a.m Louisville :15f p.m. 2:45 am.
7:20 11:59 Cinicinnati 6:00 11:15 .m.
7:20 p.m 1:30 p.n. St. Louis :lc ::,:5 "
PENSACOLA AND RIVEli ,JUN(;"ION


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p,or otootoKtoti'xoltofoxoototo 6
0 0
The Man Who

*Made a Man
0 -0
0 By HARLE OREN OVMMINS. 0

K Copyright, by H. 0. Cummius

When Professor Aloysius flolbrok
resigned his chair as head of the de-
partment of synthetic chemistry in a
famous American college, his friends
wondered, for they well knew that
his greatest pleasure In life lay in
original chemical Investigations. When
two weeks later the papers stated
that the learned chemist had been
taken to the Rathburn Asylum For
the Insane, wonder changed to Inordi-
nate curiosity.
Although nothing definite was pub-
lished In the papers, there were hints
of strange things which had taken
place In the private laboratory on
Brimmer street, and before long a sto-
ry was current that as a result of dab-
bling in the mysteries of psychology a
man had been killed while undergoing
one of Professor Holbrok's experi-
ments.
It Is to clear up this mystery and to
refute the charges of murder that I,
who served for ten years as his assist-
ant, am about to write this account,
which, to the best of my knowledge
and belief, contains the facts of the
case.
I had noticed for the year previous
that Professor Holbrok was much pre-
occupied, but I knew that he was
working over some new experiment.
Many times when I came to his door
at 5 o'clock to clean up as usual for
the next day I found a notice pinned
on the door telling me that he was in
the midst of Important work and would
not need me again that day. I thought
nothing about It at the time, for when
lie was experimenting with Dr. Bick-
nell, performing operations with hyp-
notism instead of anmesthetlcs, there
were weeks at a time when I was not
allowed even a glimpse of the inside of
the laboratories. One day, however,
as I came In to report the professor
called me aside and told me that he
wanted to have a talk with me.
"You know, Frederick," lie began,
"that I have been working and exper-
imenting for a long time on a new
problem, and I have not told you or
any one else the object of my toil. But
now I have come to a point wheoe I
must take some one into my confl-
dence. I need an assistant, and I
know of no one I can trust more than
you, who have been with me now for
nearly a dozen years."
I was naturally flattered.
"Frederick," he continued, rising and
placing his hand on ay shoulder, "this
experiment Is the g9.test one of my
life. I am going to do what has never
before been done in the history of the
world except by God himself. I shall
make a man!"
I did not realize at first what be
meant. I was startled not only by his
wild statement, but also by the in-
tense tone In which Ihe had spokeri.
"You do not understand," he said.
"But let me explain. You know enough
chemistry to realize that all things--'
water, air, food, everything which we
use in everyday life-are merely com-
binations of certain simple elements.
As you have seen me by means of an
electric current decompose a jar of
pure water into Its two component
parts, two molecules of hydrogen to
every molecule of oxygen, so you can
bring these same elements together in
the gaseous state, and if the correct
proportions are observed when an elec-
tric spark or a flame is brought into
contact with the mixture you will ob-
tain again the liquid waiter. This is
only a simple case, but the chemical
laws which govern it hold equally well
for every known substance found in
nature. There are only about seventy-
five known elements, and of these less
than thirty compose the majority of
the things found in everyday life.
"l)uring the last six months I have
been working with these elements,
mnkina' different substances. I have
taken a piece of wood, decomposed it
with acids, analyzed it quantitively
amd qualitatively, finding the propolr-
tions it which its elements were com-
blined. Then I have taken similar ele-
inents, brought them together in the
same proportion, and I have produced
a piece of wood so natural you would
hav0-e sworn it grew upon a tree.
"I have been analyzing and then
making again very conImonlt thing
which you see in nature, but I was
only p1raeticing. I have liad an end in


view. I"inally I took a human body
which I obtained from Dr. Bicknell at
the medical college, and I analyzed the
flesh, the hol"s, the blood--in short,
every part of it. What did I find? Of
that body, weighing 165 pounds, 100(
pounds were nothing but water, pure
water, such as you may draw at the
tap over yonder, and the blood which
in their man's life had gone coursing
through his 'veins, brInging nonrish-
ment to every part--what was that?
Nothing but a scrum filled with little
c'llultr red corpuscles, which in their
Otw'lnl W'T' only coiuinlatiois of -car-
bon, oxy-,or), si'iphnr and a few oth,.'r
simple l'.,n .ts.
"I lhave i .:'n l.te sternunm bone from
;t d'al! dT man's chest, analyzed it, then
bro i'ght tI e;:-t Ir'r similar elements,
placed them i a mold, and I have pro-
duced a bone which was just as real
as the onoi' witlt which I started. There
were only two things in nature I could
not reprodc'. One was starch, that
siibsttante whos!i-; analysis has defied
cltit'ists of till ifes; the other waNs the
li-it. Though I havIe ;analyzed bits of
it ec i'fullyv, ih'hn I hlavye bInought to-
gi'l;r t .-' t. ain lth'se l("I lentary parts
th' f-i ',,-h" would not form.i
"C'b.''liis an! ovtr the world have
beeon lb, '' A to r vo i-esve th flash into pro-
teid;, thie a>welsOme protelds, as they
ar- calle'. Tliy form the principal
-solds of tile piiui t.:lar, nervous and
grl;;:i:'lhirt' ti-s;il's, the se'rnm of the
blood and of lymph, 1but no Imalln on
earthh ,"'e"pt tiyswelf ohs ever been able
to art1' t a :"-..tei(d. They have missed
the ,h';, -"-' 't f ..11e they have
li,-t'+': s <.'{ tl i ;at (-ruiiht;'n'y t m p-.'ra-
r" :.. 's ; ihe (d1 St .: is it two ;gass at 4,5100
] -; 'I *, "' i iF }'.' 5 21' (s:; nl h
K :''.," "-it nt n t 5 ot tot '-
x :- '" i 'oct ial_;i tl .-tI iC l a:l their
.'.i 1 crl .' :i'O s.


"For the last two months I h.i
been working on tilht';e lies alonm-
varying my tenlln'rattri'es, fi !ia ite ex
treme cold produced by Hi;,,id tir t'
the intense heat of the c anp'and lbow
pipe, and I have ben'i r'paid. A fort
night ugv, I discovered how it was thlI
I haud l'red, and since i n I h-1v\-, .t-f
needed In everything I have t itd. I
have formed the prtcteidis, the f:;ts an<.
the carbohydrates whi'ih go to tnuzt
up protoplasm. and with these for Itn
solid foundations I have made cv r:
minute and nomp!icated organ of th(
body. 1 have done more than that -i
have put those component parts to
gether, and now behold what I hav<(
made!"
Hle lifted a sheet, whiir-i was thrown
over a heap of something on the tatle.,
and I started back v> Ith a s.rr.nge
mixture of woi and holiror, for str itch-
ed out on that marbl'le sl.l lay a naked!d
body, whIiCh, if it hia man, living and blreathi':; as I liver
and btreath-led, then I wc.;.1!l hlave svorn
" I d enlisted.
Tlhe thoughts which began to come
into my mind proihably showed in 1uy
face, for ilie professor sRi Iid: "You
doubt? Yeu think that I have lost my
reason and this thing is some man that
I have ki;led. Well. I do not blame
you. A y;ar ago I myself x would have
scorid at thit- very idea of creating
such a man. Hut yo shrill see, you
shall )e con 1intc(,il, for in the next part
of thlie explt'-iiiwr t I lntist have your
hlelp. I wilt show syou how I have
made this tnian or I will ake another
before yo:'u e-yes. Then you and 1, we
will fturilhir; w vwill do wliat no
oelo butt Coid a}::s ,ver (ion;e before --we
will make thiat ini'rt iass a living man."
T'lie hl .I'rilr of th thing i)c.t:l to
lea\i" me, ftr I w-Itn fas.cinct'd by what
he said, ;aInd I bL-;ge to feol t1he same
spirit X''ith v,nhti lIo took we into his private lia ora-
tory, antId before my eyes, with only
thile conleni, of a few trei gent iotti s.
a bloa.vpit a"nd at (h'ctri- b'tttery, he
nstlie ai liA o'S C' ;1lltisi! tiW'i.h: I will
.not giv ,e vyou he form'utl-a, neithlier will
I t (;od fortl d that amav o',tJ'hT man should
.ee Vwhs I aw ;inl'ei'w!;i'!..
"Noi iii lhat rIemnins is the tinalni
OX exritnni. atnd that wi'it'i lyouir hel) I
pr 'p') .'to' '. o ";ht," '~;'st(l the opr)
fers '. "\\'Wiat wvi' itave to do is as
nucit, ot a riddle to nme us it is. to ou.l.
It is p t'trly ;ii lll si lyty ,n exa pei'iii!onlt.
I ;illn gioin, t!o pass t hllrough hat lit'e-
l';s clay the samillt e('!ire;lt of electric
ity v "whi;l. if stnit through a li1in- munt
would produ('ce death. Of cou-',e, with
ta an-t w)ho lid <'ed from thi giving
out of soiwO vital funciton I coll nod *
ll( p,.' o su"-'ie.' d. but Iite o(i.'lus Of this.
manii which I have nmade are in a p'r"
feftly i.'oaity h condition. It is imy
hole. therefore, that thle cur'out whlicli
would destroy a living mian will bring
this thing to life."
We bore that naked boy, not a
corpse ad y' t so tI".-'rr'bly like, int o the
electric laboratory fnd laid it en al
slab of slate. Just it the base of its
brain we scraped a llttle bare spot not
lar-ger li U l a pezi, and, !s I live. a dro(Ir
of blood .'.nzel oe'-t. On t'l, right wrist
".u:t over ih, pitlsa we inv'd'o rnjo!t'er
Sibi:- 1r50on, 'tifd to thI::e spoty we blro;!~gl
bij" ;iositiive' a'u,!'negatidv' wires froll
oflit- t' ti;e !t : ofi tie 010 'v et ciur'iut out.
1idte.
I ':-.:l :1 ?,,' f -w o a,"e, unin,,l e'2d l't.
.of ('p o;>T .';'. rok in'vitc'lw i in o ( o:'c'it 2 0;(0
volts of' ('.ectricity, iand then before
onir s.arthg eyes that thing which
was o.ly a mass of chemiil] ecom-
pounids b'caei' a arian.
A convulsive twitching brought tih
body almost into a sitting position
thlt-n the mIouth opened, and there burst
forih from the lips a groan.
I li:-ve1 been in the midst of battles.
andi I have seen men dying all around
ie, torn to ribbons by shot and shell.
and I have not flinched; but when I
tore the wires from that writhing.
gruattt.;ng shape and saw its ('best lie-
nii tt') heave with sp)asinodic breathing
I faintld.
Wh;n I 'ante to myself, I was lying
li-lf across the slab of slate, and the
rooli was titled w ith a sickening
;:ct-n(-lt. an odor of burning Ilesh. 1
looked for the writhing form which 1
had last seen on the iaible, but those
wires, with their deadly current, which
I tried to tear. away as I fainted, must
have been directed back by a higher


1and,l.
slab a
And
couldI
about
in th(


for there only relmiilned on the
charred and cindcrlike miss.
thle ninlt wnho lhud( made a man
not explain, for lie was crawling
on the tit or conilting the nails
bourdts at ild laughing wildly.


Pi'oductit I''rona ones.
The ecoominy which is practiced in
the average hoarding house has be-
come proverbial, but it is extrava-
gance to the standard of economy prac-
ticed at a "bone mill." The chief prod-
uct from bones is glue, and among
other materials which are obtained
from them are soap, glycerin and fer-
tilizers. Nothing is waisted. Even the
Lost econojnmi(.l boarding house has a
few parings and husks to throw away.
There are no prinll'-s and husks In the
disposition of the bones.

Anitilonlm.
"I htive no room for you at my of-
fice, my boy."
"Don't yer want somebody dere when
yer goes on yer vacation?"-New York
Journal.

It Pnzzled Ilimn.
It is said of a former Marquis of
Townshend that when young and en-
gaged in battle he saw a drummer at
his side killed by a cannon ball which
scattered his brains in every direction.
His eyes were at once fixed on the
ghastly object, which seemed to en-
gross his thitoghts. A superior officer
observing him supposed Pe was intim-
idated at the sight and addressed him
in a manner to cheer his spirits. "Ohl"
said the young marquis, with calm-
ness, but severity. "I am not frightened.
I am puzzled to make out how any man
with sotch a quantity of brains ever
came,to be here!"


PRESERVED BY WAX

POUR HISTORIC PAINTINGS IN THE
NATIONAL CAPITOL.

They Were Treated Long After Com-
pletion and WVhen They Already
Showed Sigans of Dissolution An
Artist'M Curious Blunder.
It Is a curious fact that the same
combination of chemicals which pre-
served in a perfect state for over 500
years the remains and shrouds of King
Edward I. of England have also been
used to preserve four of the great his-
torical paintings perpetuating scenes
In the foundation and establishment of
this government.
These four paintings occupy perhaps
the most conspicuous place for obser-
vation in the nation. They are the
work of Colonel John Tirmbull and
hang on the eastern wall of the rotun-
da of the capitol.
The paintings were put in place in
1824 under the supervision of the artist
himself, but not without much hesita-
tion and objections on his part because
of the dampness of the walls and air In
the rotunda at that time. The fears of
the artist were proved to be well
founded, for four years later the
changes on the surface of the paintings
became so apparent that congress
passed a resolution authorizing their
removal from the walls of the rotunda
by Colonel Trumbull for inspection and
remedy if possible. It was at this
point that Colonel Trumbull's knowl-
edge of the preservative chemical com-
pound was drawn on.
In a letter to congress, dated Dec. 9,
1828, ('olonel Trumbull explains in do-
tall his treatment of the paintings at
that time, and an inspection now of
these four pictures shows that they
are In a perfect state of preservation
both as to brightness of color and con-
dition of canvas.
In the letter referred to Colonel
Trumbull says: "All of the paintings
were taken down, removed from their
frames, taken off from the panels over
which they were strained, removed to
a dry, warm room and there separate-
ly and carefully examined. The mate-
rial which forms the basis of the paint-
ings is a linen cloth whose strength
and texture are very similar to those
in the topgallant sails of a ship, of war.
The substances employed in forming a
proper surface for the artist, together
with the colors, oils, etc., form a suffi-
cient protection for the face of the can-
vas. but the back remains bare and ex-
posed to the deleterious effects of damp
air. The elfect of this is first seen in
the form of mildew. It was this which
I dreaded, and the examination showed
that mildew was already commenced
and to an extent which rendered it
manifest that the continuance of the
same exposure foi a few years longer
would hainv'e ticcoinplished the complete
d ,eomp,'siti or i(,atting of the cal-
vas and the' (cnseqtient destruction of
the paintings."
Colonel Trunml'ull then explained how
!ie first thoroughly dried the canvases'
:and rep;ared them for the proserva-
trie. Ont this point lie continues: "PI
luid learioed that a few' years go some
of the eminent chemists of Frlance had
n'xit ::ind with great care some of the
ancit-'t iirinnwies of Egypt with a
view i' ascertahining the nature of the
suils.'t:;'e emiiltoyed by the embalmer.s
ilhicl) the i:ips of so many ages had
proved to possess the power of protect-
1n, frl;,t! decay a substance otherwise
so [lrisl>b;le' as thle humannn body. This
'xanln:iiti)on had proved that, after thi
al:tliti.-iion of liquid ausphaltum to the
cavities of the h(':td and body, the
whole harti been wrapped carefully in
taiany envelopes or olibi;inages of linen
nrpita rid with wax. Tie committee of
i, mnists th'cided further, after n care
i'ul examinlation and analysis of the
hitri.oglyf'hic lpaiitii .'gs with which the
c'asiitgs. etc.. ;;re covered, that the col-
's (.'mt crlnoyed a nil still retainhig their
v, id brightnesss had also been pre-
ipared aunl applied with the same sub-
stoin (e.
"I aio klnow that toward the close
of thie last century the Antiquarian
holety of England had been permitted
toel open and examine the stone coffin
(elposited in one of the vaults of West-
minster abbey and said to contain the
!body of King Edward I., who died in
.i;iy, 1307. On removing the stone
lid of thle coffin its contents were found
to be closely enveloped in a strong llun-
cii cloth, waxed. Within this envelope
W'tre found spleadit robes of silk en-
riched witli various ornaments cover-
ing the body, which was found to be
entire noId to hinvo bteen wrapped care-
ful!y in all its parts, even to each sep


ial'l te fiigor.te illn bado.g(s of fine linen
which haid beIein dipld in melted wax.
ai) not only was the body not decom
posed, but the various parts of the
dress, subh as a scarlet satin mantle
alndl a scarlet piece of sarsenet which
was placed over thie face, were In per-
feet preservation, even in their colors."
Cololnci'l Trtinlniull then states that,
with this knowl lIg,'i. he melted coin
moni beeswNx anad mixed with an equal
quantity of oil of turpentine, which
mixture w-as applied hot with brushes
to the backs of the paintings and aft-
erward rubbed in with hot irons until
thie cloth iv:is perfectly saturated. The
nicites iin the walls were backed with
e1 iuelt alad the paintings so placed
in thmlni that air could circulate behind
the canvases. Spring doors were also
. ordered placed in the entrances to the
rotunda by Colonel Trumbull. Since
that treatment these paintings have
had nothing done to them, and from
present appearances they need noth-
ing,.
Another peculiarity In one of these
pictures is pointed out to persons being
shown the capitol under the care of a
guide, and that is in the scene of
Washington resigning his commission.
The two daughters of Charles Carroll,
who stand embracing each other, are
given five hands.-Washington Star.


Comistiiuptioi Thireateined.
"I iwas ~ tritubled iviilhta akn


--- cotghli for a year and I thought I had
Too True to Be Profitable. consumption," says C. Unger, 211 Ma-
"How about that historical novel?" ple st.. Chamupaiign, 11. "I tried a
asked the publisher. grcait iany remedies and I was under
"No good at all," answered the read- the car(t of phy-si-an for severall
er to whom it had been assigned. "The ninth s. L isod tn bt tNo if Foley .
manu doesn't understand how to write hyi>m,,i i.,.I n t, 'ait.-ou < sinc'." For'
historical novels, and he hasn't pervert- a.i t'h i. V. li'rock. St- -"it;'e.-. F:'.
ed thie truth as we know it enough to .
make any kind of a rumpus among the C
critics. His boo would fall flat."-. Foley's Kidney Cure
Chicago Post. makes kidney."; and bladder right.
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THE NEW YORK MILLINERY STORE

Of St. ,Andrews Bay, Florida.


I HAVE

The Most Stylish,

And Attractive


A STOCK OF

High Grade,

Millinery Goods,


Trimmed Hats Etc.; bought of lhe greale''t il o-t aggressivL, and progressivd
Wh olesale IIuiise in Ameriica Itili uIOw ib Ni)J ~to callI, examlli 0flly
stock and get ily prices, before jel. e.ag'-cweie.

.A~tMrs. C. Welb old stand, Cowmnwoi ee S\ c S. j\ nlew, ia.


BEARDS AND GLASSE1&S,
Two Ornatnents Thnt Are i'nr*-1
Founud Upon Hotel IAi.i'ers.
"Ever see a waiter wearing gl;-.'-s-
demanded the luquisitor.
No one could renuibber, .ila'"
Just why a waiter should n. e -, .
with glasses as well as any ointer :h,.
was not apparent.
"It's just like the wearing off l,:r:%N
Wteut on the inquisitor. "'Tb. 'r i;
tors of our important hotels, resta ;
rants and cafes will not permit I!;r
beards or glasses to be worn by their
waiters. It Is possible that ln s ..'
old fashioned family or conumm ur'cil ;
hotel the servitors niny be found x\v!bh
their noses straddled by optical hliji)s.
but you won't 1ind 'eim along Lt;r;adi
way.
'"Now, this is a fact w!.r:iVy of inte
because i7 every other c.aiiii'gi:i life
the nuini''Tr of persons V' earig- l'isss
is on Ith increase, ;i:d even inll ou
schools n1 uonsidlernli.ke p i-c(''iitaye of
very sin;.ll chilur,,n wiil be foint!
weai'ii" l ,-:\ .. and o ;ie. ;i 1 .l .
hotel, it u;ra.t and cafe p)'o pri't.'ra
are oFp ,p's'd to th ,' gl: .sis, sitil 1 biave
seldom found a waiter whose e. ea in
dl'at'd lthat he was in the sii-Iiteht
need (of thlm.
"You inliy Ir';ue tat rest : rant
waiters are a n,'iilly yonliug if '
Grant you that in'.s' ay. ,t nil the
Sauie ti.o 'i, -ds of :ie'tn of similar a ego
have t,) ivar tlint in aIn.uost every
other cc'p:I t ion.
"Th i im:1jrIIy of those servitors
coi ili:;ce kil h'l .io .1. tn!d the demand
of their vo0';ati.i (aIuses no Ktraiin on
the ey<:sight:l (C'osciqintly that may
aeeou(it iii a licn;surie for the absence
of anli. necessity fcr the use of specs-
Moreover, the ste:'mr from hot viands
would render thin useless probably."-
New York Telegr'am.
l1i4 flevt Role.
Thly v ,cre d(is>,sing the amateur
theatrical'a f t.'bc previous evening,
and Thespis wa?; bewailing the hard
luck that had brought" on a violent
headache and prevented his appear-
ance.
"Do you know. old boy," he said con-
fidentially, "that was to have been the
effort of my life. I had the love scene
down line, and Mildred's/ heart must
have been of st;ne if sheofalled to see
that I was in earne.st. was willing
to stake everythiin:c, on jhe result, for
1 wvi coifide't '. w(,i!ld accept me
the moment the curtaitri went down.
And to think thlit tmy usial hard hick
would stop in just when ;jlI my hopes
were about to be realized\'"
"I heard Mihired refer to your non-
appearance," reniarkd'd Fayer.
"You did? A ad what did she say?"
"Said you performed an act of cha"-
Ity by not coining on."

Our Clubbing List.


The BUOt hals made very vliiera&l clul,-
bing arrnigemnt'iltli ith Ia fei of the very
best publications in the country andiid for
the present canll send for a whole year
Thte EUOY and
Leslie's lltustratcd Weekly for. ..3.0('
)tniorcst 's M : a:'yzile ...... ..... ..7
Detroit Free I'rc.s (t, ice-a-week
and Y'ear lh- ik) ............. 1.71
The Fla T. U. & Citizen, daily for '$9 05
do wvecklv, tfor.l H3a
Scielt ific it A n riitt li t ... ^ 5)
Fari' r n ill Fru1 iti GrowelC 2 55
Flolida Agriculturist ... 2 55
do clubs of 5, each .. 2 2
Farm Journali, Phiilad'a, moi tlihly I lio
Cincinnati Enquirer twice i wtivc k
S large pLges each issiiue ..... I
A tlaitit (Co .iiiit iitioin I 75
N. Y. World ((t ri ice we k) ...... 1 75
Thio Cosiiiopoliltmn .............. I 75
T'le Cricrion ........ ........... I 5
For any or cithcr of the above plulica-
ionsin coniiclciol, ,iti the 1'UOY, nd
dress llu oldcsito I HE BUOY,
St. Audi l ous Buy, Fla-


DR. KING'S
TRY NEW DISCOVERY
FOR THAT COLD.
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
Cures Consumption,Coughs,
Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma,
Pneumonia,IIayFever,Pleu-
risy, LaG rippe, Hoarseness,
Sore Throat, Croup and
Whooping Cough.
Pice50c. and $1. T IAL BOTTLES FRE, '


Go W, S.IJBER.

Is p ])ar i"to c it
WOOD AND FFNCE POSTS
nd deliver ihe saine at reasonable rates.
I vou need labor with lqualn, call uponi
(j. W S itunsu.


TRADE MARKS
J~ i l "y DESIGNS
COPYRIGHTS &C.
Anyone sending asketrh and description may
Quickly ascertain our opinion free whett' an
invention is probably patentable. Comn -.a-
tions strictly confidential. haandbook onPl tit '
sent free. Oldest agency for securing patent.
Patents taker, rr..Oh Mhun e & Co. recci
specjilat tice, s- ".. -.i ire, in the
$scientific mHerican.
A. i,,it.l .t,,-1, ilhistratedl weekly. Iargiest cir
t ul 11-. 1 '. ., ii i.. i-' i lr I. 'Ir rius t a
year: four monthi-.1. ball newdltalenr.
MUg g g o. ;w ,ew York
MUNN&Coh.lYsw. ^A York
Brancli it.cu. Vi V St \yl t'itsot 'U.


LI'GAL NOTICES,

Notice ot Appli cation or '' Tax
Deed
liudk r fiction 8 of Chapter 488S, Laws
o f F loi ol a .
N ,ti'c is ltH'10 v 0 iven 1h,4t. Kin BRar-
i Ii l, i liichaser of 'T';.\ Certifi ate No.
1i8, dati d the 2d di.l. oil July, A ). 1900,
lih s hiid sa';it if iii< li u i i lily office, and
has in atle apiplicatoia for a tax deed to
issue in accordance with law. Said cer-
iiti'ile ('iilraicss tilei follhwilig dseliji)ed
propei t*N siltt i t t in \Va lilll( o i cnoulity,
l'l ,idai., io ilt : 10 n'rcs in i w cor-in tr of
loti 8, se. 32, i 2:, Ir 1 'lih said land
ieinig nisst'. ced ial tlhi d.ite of iusiiit Ct of
such i -eic ificate. i Ithe ii;lin e of GI. W.
Ki "g. Inlless said certificaeto shall lop
redieemd according to hiw, tax deed will
i issu, lkhrecn on lthe 21st vday of Au-u.it,
A^. 1), lf0".
Vt i s. i s .- lliy otlHicil signatu re C nd seal
[I.. a ] this ile 19lth ( dlly of July, A. D.
190-2. W. C. LOC KE,.
Clork Circuiit Ci court,
W i i-'lingilomi Couonily, lo'li idi.
notice of Application for Tax
Deed
Under Sehtlion 8 of Uihapter 4.88 8Laiwa of
Florida.
Notice i., hereliy giveN that iMary B.
,Je'l i, ipurchaseir of 'iTax Cetilhfic te No.
71(, dated the :J2d day of Aui.tsu A. P.
I 197. itis lir.d s il ccritifica 'e in mity office,
auid liats i ia: tiIe ap iiC 1iin for ltax deed to
issue in n coi'diinue i illi law. Said cer-
liticirte _,tiilhriuti s thie following described
itOip rty, siltu:itd ill W a-liiiigton county.
Florida, to-wil: iock I, 1,i., section 8,
(ip. 4s, r. 14w, Thlie said land being as-
sessed at the date of tihe issuance of said
certificalte in lie nine of Unknowi. Un-
less said cc-tifictate shall be redeemed ac-
cording to law, tax deed will issue there-
onil oiln he 30th day of Auglslt A. D. 1902.
Witneiil uiy olicill signiatuiv- and seal
IL. S.] this the -25ih day of'July, A..D.
1902 V W. C. LOCKEY.
Clerk Circuit Court
of Washington County, Florida.

Notice of Application for Tax
Deed
Unltir Section 8, of tChapter I8S8, Laws of
Florida.
Notice is hereby given lhat G. B.
Thomipson, purchaser of Tax Ce'lificlte-
No. 190, daued iile 1st day of August, A. 1.
1898, has filed said certificate in my of-
fice, and has made application fcr tiax
deed to issue in accordance with laiw.
Said certificate embraces the I. Ilowiig
dtescibed pu p.ilo. I situated ini W .alhi.mig-
ton oun'ty* Florida, to-wit: ni, I'loek $. "
C, o. e. sip 4s-r; 14w. Tihe !said lA id .
leitig a i'-.-.I .1t lie datc oitluh iM ianlloei
of such C ri ticalic in' the 'minr of' Un-
lnmowni. :Untless said ertiic.iel,- 'lin'l he
redeemed aieCording to iaw, i \ hd:ed %will
isic Ih'i v o i on on the 30th dai) It Au giiA,
) D. 19 J 2.
\ViIiesis tny official signature and seat
Si. s this the 25th day of uly. A. -
1902. W. C. ,k CK I t;Y,
Clerk Circuit. Court,
of 'V sihiiigt -,n Counlty, Florida.


KIDNEY DISEASES

are the most fatal of all dis-
eases.

rF SV O KIDNEY CURE is a
UL 0 6Guaranteed Remedy

or money refunded. Contains
I remedies recognized by emi-
nent physicians as the best for
Kidney and Bladder troubles.
PRICE 50c. and $1.00.
SOLD BYB, V. BROCK,
St. Andrews Bay, Fla.


AI FRENCH FEMALE
E PMDAIA L L S.
SAFECERTAIN RRma. for S Afu MKng TWATIOn n .
MEYERKNOWNTOFAIL. SafeIS |.] tis-

m r ;cr) .Cl r I-: co., ooL I I Le- i- r i, i ri
rSold at St. Andivews ay. I 'la., a
DR. lM C1 ELL'S DI).UG STORE.



FI ASt 1) it. Ma li.Mutt .po, Supt.
SO iad>d Schools, Stafesvill, N. C., write : I n s ay
the do a ouclaim for thril'." Dr. S. M. Devotw,
Sl Rock, a., write : y give ni
S I a i of y rs, [ ha fu o ri y to
^C equal \our. Pmca, 50 CtTS. Syu,1,)Ie l'ec. Sold
b lD rugitS. LANC P

Sold at St. Andrews lay, Fla.
At Dr. Mitchell's )rug Store.
-'/tCal I for fre tisalli le.


ToMaps--Eacn $1.
A MAP OF ST. ANDIREWS city',
380x)50 inclie.s, correctly plaited and
showing all the more important
bitildlings--i of gleat value to ally-
(ilo cotitniiplating pulcha,ihg pto,,i,
o lt V in ti wii. It covi'rs al)ait f, ur
iiies oif coast line, extiiling cist-
wva il troiii Dyer's 1'oii.t to and Clii-
hirciin(g (Ol) St. Anilrew,'s, \41it1h oi-
rlespoiilng territory inlainf. Miice
On(e Dollar, at tlihe UOY (Oflice.
Also
A S EC"TI()NAL MAPOF TII'I'ST.
ANC(EWS IA Y COUN Y ,
Showing iall the lantds disposed of by
the (Jiini tnal i '1ol iplii y, also) locates
1a rli.son, Tl a rker, Cl(t iall ito 1 and
aij c lit l collniitr\,. Ti i 1;e tilrt l t)i li
lots is not shown. Ulit by tle iil ai -of
this ;i:n i the a i ,r xiii) t lt i ion of
any h t i e'ailv deterniiiine. Price
1One Dollir, i t tlie Bjii(y Office.
,.' 1 ',, w il i, . t l, nn il to
.. : '" .. ... : i< n;t f t i,. trice.


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