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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 31, 1905
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Volume ID: VID00223
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VOL. X\V.


OFFICIAL DIIIECT'UIY.

U. S. nuator--lst district. S. i. NMl-
lory. Pensiicola; 2d I'istrict. J. I'.
't'ali:t fero. .T I;'l;onv\' Ile.
Reoro-:n tat.live --lt District, S. M.
;-, -., ; .. pa: 2d District.
-r.- ':- <':, ; . City; 3d District,
\W I I.'.:, *r. 1 i :.assee.
.' ,, l !, --i, ... 'e. ", \V. -. [ obln-
:., l, ,'.vr L. !I. S. Chubb, Gaioes-

State-Governor, N. B. Broward; Sec-
retary, H. C. Crawford; Treasurer,
W. V. Kuott; Artorney-General, W.
H. Ellis: Comptroller, A. J. Cruom;
Superintendent of Public Inftruc-
tion, W. M. Holloway; Commission-
er of Agriculture. B. E. McLin.
Estate Senator, S. W. Clark, Blounts-
town.
Washilngton County-Representative,
W. A. Bryan, Chipley; County Judge,
J.. R. Wells; Clerk of Court, County


-' "Loke$;..-Sheriff, C. G.-Allen, Ver-
S non; Deputy, C. H. Danford; Tax
Collector, Jno. R. ThomPSon, St.
Andrew; Treasurer, Louis H. Howell,
Vernon; Tax Assessor, J. W. Bowen,
Duncan; County Superintendent, B.
IF. Gainer, Wausau; Surveyor, Thos.
Collins, Vernon; County ComminS-
sioners, B. F. ,Swindle, Vernon; A.
L. Harrill, Chipley; J. M. Porter,
Econfina: J. H. Wesley, Point Wash-
ington; Elton Singleton, Nixon.
St. Andrews-Justice of the Peace,
John Sturrock; Notaries. W. A. Em-
mons, A. H. Brake; Deputy Clerk,
Circuit Court, W. A. EmmnoIS;
School Directors, G. W. Surber, Sr.,
P. M. Grills, A. H. Brake; Postmis-
tress, Zadie H. Ware.
Millvillet-Postmaster, Henry Bovis;
Constable, J. H. Daffin,
hParker-Postmaster and Notary Public
W. II. Parker.
Calla-wa ostmaster, M. N. Carlisle.
:aunders-Postmaster, R. Peters.
AllantOnuPostmaster, Andrew Allan.
Audcrsio-Postmaster, S. W. Ander-
son.
West Bay-Postmaster, W. C. Holley.
Murfee-Postmaster, James M. Murfee.
ay-Postmistress, Mrs. R. Gay.
Tompkins-Postmaster, Emery omp-
kins.
Bayhead-Postmaster, O. C. Tompklns.
Cook-l'ostmaster, J. J. Fowler.
Wetappo-Post mistress, Mrs. Dyer.

Calhdun County Cromanton-Postmas-
ter Frank W. Hoskins.
larnidale-Postmaster, W. F. Wood-
ford.
THE MAILS.
The northern mails, via, Anderson,
Gay, Bay Head and Chipley departs
every, day except Sunday at 3:00
o'clock 'a. I., arrives every day ex-
c ept Sunday at 7:15 P. m.
East Ba.y mail for Harrison, C 1illville,
Sromantons, Parker, Pittsburg, Cook,
Farimlithle and Wetappo leaves St.
-hAndrews every morning except Sun-
day at- 5:30 o'clock, arrives, coming
west .' 7 o clock., p. I.
RELIGIOUS.
apdrst--Cburch VWy'ofming ave. front-
Ang l'ar St. Services at 11 a. r. andi
S 7:10 p. in. Sunday School every Sun
lay at 1o a. mn. Rey. C. L. Joyuner,
pastor.
1itunodist Episcopal-Church Wasi-
ington ave. and Chestnut st Sunday
school 9:30 a. m. every Sunday.
Rev. J. M. Conway, pastor.
2resbyterian-Church c rnuer Lorain-
Ave. and Drake St, ev. O. C. Dol-
phy, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30
a. m. every Sunday, John Stur-
rock, Supt.
Catholic-Churcl corner Wyoming
A ve. and Foster St.

Parker Lodge No. 142

Itegular C ommuli-
/. catiotns on the first
and third Saturday
in each month.
Visiting Brothers
FRATERNALLY INVITED.
W. H. PARKER, W. M.
W. A. EMMoNs.Secretary

BUSINESS DIRECTOR I.

W. A. EMMONS,
Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and Notary
Public for the State at Large; has
jurisdiction to administer oaths, take
affidavits, legalize acknowledg-
ments, etc., anywhere in Florida.
Speilnl' attention given to land con-
veyances and marriage ceremony per-
formed for lawfully qualified parties.
Office at the Buoy Office, St. Andrews
Bay.

IRA A. HUTCHISON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Vernon, Fla.
' SiFPrompt and careful attention given
to all matters submitted to my care.
L. McKINNEY,
Attorney at Law,
Vernon, Flk..
A. H. BRAKE,
kotafy Public for State at large. Of
flce at Store, corner of Loraine ave-
nue and Ciniinnati st, All Notarial
work solicited 'and given prompt at-
tention; .

DR. W. (i. 1MITCHELL.
Physician and Druggist, Commerce St.,
east of Bayview, Offers his profes-
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 Pioueer Drug Store,

W. H. PARKER,
Itotnry Puolic for the Stat'6 o Flor-
iMa at Large. OfCfhe at Parker, Fla.
Conveyaucing and payment of taxes
for non-residents, specialties.


S .ixed.
Joblef-1 fear that young Munnlmai:
1s Inf financial difficulties. I thought
ids uncle left him a fixed income.
Dobley-IIe did,-but it's fixed so that
Munnifman can get only a little of it at
a time.

e' thatm hath no inward beauty lier-
telves none. though all around is beau-
it1eL'-Young


PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
,A' S-T. ANEi,_:W, FLA.
One Doliitr a Ye;tr i Ad i ance.

Entered Scplt 3. 11 :., at 1. rnlrcw,
Fla., as seconn-i lai n liter, uindti
A,'.l I 'Conilr i- l Marchl } .

WILLIAM A. EMMONS,
P 1N!.) PR1 I.ETUR'' .

Display nd. ra.t"e, 50e. per' inch pr:-
(n, itlih. lP .ition anid xtraordin';d i,
corndlition rat> s sub ject to -pecial
a.r'eeint-.it.
"Local Drift."5e per line, flrt inser-
tion: 2Ac each siibsequcent. Disipay
locals double abol)o, rates.

Tf thiS paraigrap-h ki checked \\ilh a
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I j'A- t n IT\' f ."--.dc Tfin t.- t-<. .O -yo r_
subscription has expired and that two
or three extra numberI will be S,:'nt
you that to break may occur should
you choose to renew.


.Wr OF THEC

i'ternmutioua
%tusine oVci etg
Branch President-Mrs. W. A. Emmons.

President General-Mrs. Cynthia W.
Alden. Headquarters, 96 Fifth Ave-
nue, New York.
State Prbsident--Mrs. Mary L. Bradt,
319 Church st. Jacksonville, Fla.

"Have you had a kindness shown?
Pass it on;
'Twas not given for you alone,
Pas4s it on;
Let it travel down the years,
Let it wipe another's tears,
Till in heaven the 1.eed appears,
Pass it on."

Motto-Good Cheer.
Colors-Yellow and White
State eolor-r-Deep Orange.
Flo wer- Cr>;,., ,l i -. I
Sona-"Seatter Sunshine "
LIFE.
"Life is sunlight!" said the maiden;
"Sunlight!" echoed low the youth;
O'er them smiling skies of azure,
Round them laughing worlds of pleas-
ur'e,
Hope and love in boundless measure-
So they spoke the truth.

."Life is moonlight!" said the woman,
Softly silvered by the years;
Born in wealth and love and gladness,
Shielded from the world of madness,
Gently, lightly touched by sadness-
So she spoke the truth.

'Life is shadow!" said the widow,
"Dark and gloomy shadow'
Children sick around her crying,
Hungry, cold and naked lying;
Hope has vanished, faith is dying-
So she spoke the truth.

"Life is love!" the bright skies chanted,
"Life is love!" the green earth sang,
Sun and moonlight joined the chorus,
Pierced are shadows hanging o'er us,
Fixed the star of hope before us-
Singin '"Life is love!"
-P. V. Alpiser.

THE HOPE OF MISFORTUNE.
Pain is a soul tonic. Sorrow olten
brings out the best there is in us.
Hap piness does not develop character.
It gives it surface brightness and
decks it with plismatic babbles. It
takes the deep reaching arm of mis-
fortune .to trouble the depths and
bri:g out the pearls that lie there.
The most Inagnetic faces are lied by
thought and noble care. btr-ng, nu-
selfisli love, even if misplaced and un-
appreciated, ennobles the lover. It is
the frivolous, vanity-born emotions
that flitter away character and make
faces insignificant. To fail in high
aim after earnest and honest effort is
not failure. The gain it brings in
strength and discipline will appear' in
dther directions. Misfortune has oft-
ten in tie history of tlie world been
the means of making a poet, orator,
philanthropist, scientist or statesman
out of a person whose career, but tor
the misfortune or physical disability
wculd have been commonplace and
and influence limited.-Medical Talk

tuved ihin O;L : Xo- si After a recent bank holiday in Lon-
don one of the police courts the next-
morning had among its "drunk and
disorderly" prisoners a man who said
he was William Shakespeare. "Is that
your real name," asked the judge, "or
just your nom de guerre?" "Well, your
honor," replied the prisoner, "it is true
that I was not christened William'
Shakespeare, but, you see, I hated to
bring dishonor and disgrace upon a re-
spected name."


ANNUAL REPORT '
Of the Board of Public Instrustion of Washington Cou,
For tihe wear Enling June 30. 1903.
Exlen.d;tilres fromJill, lIst, 1901, to June 30, 1905:.
For school lots .................................... .... 1
Fi.,r repair of building -... .................................
For furniture .......................... ................
For incidental expense.......... ........... .......... '
Fr ;alarices of teiachfe .................................... 12,
r)(a ala.y o' siuperinltendent .............................
For per dirnt and milea'_e ff sehloc I broar'd.................
For ,comln mission paid lre' a-.L .. ....................... . -
F,,r irncl;d.2ntal explenJr e oi Board and u lupinrint_-ndent.......
For pfrintiug financial sta.- eunt .. ......................
F I' expI)ens e (of Cxaliu nation ....... ......... .........
F ir ltuitiou of County Line piupil-s paid ....................
For chart-r and pti'ts .............. ...... .......... .....
For ant. paid old warrant,................................
R'lc'ipt.- from July It, J1i-, to June 30th, 1905..
- uIly 1 1i.i:i4 To cash on hand . . ................ .
received from eollector.......... ....
-- .. .r.. .d..in.7 0 .....
received from noll tlta of last vear...
received from poll tax o f previous year
reccive-d from special district 'tax.....
received from tax redemption.-.......
Apportionment of interest on State fund. ....
one mill tax, 1904..... .....
one mill tax, 1905...........
received tuition of non-resident pupils......
received from examination fees........ ...
received from all other sources..............;


957 00
610 00
71 3 43
87
663 20
1,326i 40
1j044 54
125 00
17 00
1 255 09


Total disbursements July 1st, 1904 to June 30, 1905 $15,362 86
June 30 '05 By casn on hand to balance.... ....... .....8,010 56 ,3

$23,373 42 $23373 4l)
By cash brot forward. June 30. 1905......... $S,010 56
We hereby certify that the above is a correct statement of the receipts and
disbursements for the year beginning July 1st, 1904, to June 30, J905. '
Attest: G. B. BUSH, Chairmkn.
B. F. GAINER. Soc'y and Supt. L. H. HOWELL, County Treastrer,
REPOR'r of Special Tax Districts for Year ending June 30, 1905.


1904. No. chk.
Julv 1
Oct 3 11
Nov. 7 19

Dec 23
1905.
Feb. 17
Apr:l 27
June 3


July 1




1904
July 1
Oct. 3.
Nov. 7.
1905
April 27
June 5
June 3
July 1


St. Andrew, Special District No. 2.
By cash on hand ................... .......
To J. W. Williams as assessor................
To A. H. Brake, incidental enpense...........
By amt of A. C. Croom tax redemption......
By do' do do ........

By do do do ........
By do J. R. Thomoson, tax levy 1904....
By do do do....


$4003
$.4 10
S20.00
03
69


15
144 44
11 33


29 To L. II. Howell, commission ................ 8S'
Net cash on hand to 'balance .................. .170 77

$196, 7 f196 67
Net cash brot down July 1st, 1905........,.. .170 77
No. chk. Point Washington Sub District, No. 3.
By net cash on hand July 1st. 1904 ........:. 176 63
12 To J. W. Williams, commission ............ $6 43 .
20 To Odd Lumber Co., to apply on building...- 170 0 9


By amt of J. R, Thompson, 1904 tax.......
To ,amt of Iraft, Odd Lumber Co.........
By amt of J. R. Thompson, tax of 1904...,..
To L. H. Howell, commission.............
Net cash on hand to balance............


t r'---, --


Jaly 1
1904
July 1
O t 3
1905.
Jan. 2
April 2
June 3
July 1



July 1
1904.
Jull 1
Oct. 3

1905.
April 2'
Juno 3
July 1



July 1
1901.
July 1
Aug 1
Oct 3.
Nov 7

1905.
Jan 2
Auril 2
July 1


No. chk.

13


/-
217
211 23 1
20A


*S:2' (17k


By net cash brot down, July 1st, 1905;....,".
Millville Sub School District No. 4.
By net cash on hand....................
To J. W, williams, commission...... .......


By amt of J. R. Thompson, tax levy 1904....
7 IBy do do do
By do do do
31 To L. H. H,)owll commission as treasurer....
Net cash on hand to balance...............


Net cash brot down July 1st, 1905.........
No. chlk. Holmes Creek No. 5, Special Tax District Fund.
By net cash on hand... ........ ......
14 To J. W. Williams, commission ............
18 To G. W. Moore, drawing deed............

7 By amt of J. R. Thompson, tax levy 1904...
SBy do do -do ....
32 To L, H. Howell, [commission.............
Net cash on hand to balance .............


No. chk.

10
15
23
24


33


7


July 1
1904. No. chk
Oct 3 16
April 27
1905.
July 1 34


July 1,
1904.
July 1

Nov 7

1905.
April 3
April 27
July 1



July 1


No. chk

17
21
22


Net cash brot down July 1st, 1905.......
Vernon, No 6, Special Tax Distr.ct Fund.
Net cash on hand July 1st, 1904...........
To T. J. Mobley school lot................
To J. W, Williams, commission ..........
To C. M. Williams, labor for colored school
To Parish Bros,, nails.....................


$104 77


S. 60
18369
S 3 54
2 27
286'06

$292 60 $292 60
$286 06

$42 03
$ 39
50


54
97 76


59 76
40


$102 19 $102 19
$97 76

S 28 26
S16 00
1 21
500
100
6 01


ow u nm U o T hn it. i iilp n f '104.


D v TLJU l U J. i J IIU l.no p on, Ua LUII U ..... :
By do do do ..... 52 56
To L. H. Howell, commission .............. 1 8)
Net cash on hand to balance .............. 63 -

$87 7 $87 73
Net cash brot down July 1st, 1905......... $63 71
Tompkins, No, 7, Spe3ial Tax Fund
To J. W. Williams, commission,,1904....... 8 80
By amt of J. R. Thompson, 1904 lax levy.... $34 51

To L. H Howell, commission as treasurer. 1 0
Net cash en hand to balance ............. 32 68
----~- -'---i---
$34 51 $34 51
SNet-gash brot down. July 1st, 1905......... -' "--32 08
Union Sub District, No. 8. Tax Fund.
By cash on hand July 1st, 1904............. $47 55
To J. W. Williams, commission............. 1 57
To C. B. Waller, incidental expense ....... 200
To Parish Bros .......................... 1 50


25 To Florence Yates, teaching!at Union......
By amt of J. R. Thompson 1904 tax levy....
35 To L. HI. Howell, commission as treasurer.
To net cash on hand "to balance .............


Net cash brot down July 1st, 1905........


We hereby certify that the above is correct.


Attest: B. F. GAINER, Co. Supt.


He Knew Hla Man.
"You seem depressed."
"Yes, I've got to ask my girl's father
toniglht for her hand."
"Bosh! Don't be alarmed. The stern
father exists only In the comic papers."
"Maybe so, but the borrowing father
s a painful reality. HIe'll land me for
a fifty to a dead moral certainty."-
Louisville Courier-Journal.

Her Tremolo.
"Ah, how 1 love to hear your daugh-
ter sing!" said Archie as he waited In
tile parlor. "She's practicing her exer-
cises now, isn't she? What a !ieautlful
tremolo."
"No," replied the mamma scornfully.
"She has had the sore throat for three
days. She's taking a gargle."-Indian-
apolis Star.


30 00
52 87
89
64 46
1$100 42 $100 42
$64 46


G. B. BUSH, Chairman.


L. H. HOWELL, County Treasurer.


A Poor Man of Mutton.
A "poor man of mutton" rs a term
applied to a shoulderof- mutton in
Scotland after It has been served as a
roast at dinner and"appears as a broil-
ed bone at supper or at the dinner next
day. One of the former earls of B.,
popularly known as "Old Rag," was
Indisposed at a hotel in London.
When one morning the landlord came
to enumerate the good things In his
larder and to prevail on his guest to
eat something, his lordship replied,
"Landlord, I think I could eat a morsel
of a poor man." This, together with
the extremely unprepossessing appear-
anct of his lordship's countenance, is
said to have so terrified poor Boniface
Ithat he fled Incontinently from the
ro-;m and tumbled heading down-
stair _
T -


distance.
"And so, American, you are here,
fighting among the rebels against our
king!" sneered the colonel when he had
eaten his breakfast and the prisoner
stood before him.
"I am lighting for the independence
of Cuba," was the quiet reply.
"The independence of a mob of (logs!


iwhoreas pi1.r-mentntlot'n cau~el by a
d,'[jolt of dark umittror wir;:u tie.
deeper layers of the true skin.
Summning the whole evidence up,
considering all .arguments derived
from history, anthropology. ethnology
and general evolution, it seems to me
that the colored skin is an intermedi-
ary stage of development between_ our
primate ancestors and the pire white
or Caucasian skin. My general con-
tention is that white skinned peoples
come from the oldest stocks of hnman-
ity and that in the i)rocess of evolution
they became white by the use of
clothes.-Dr. T F. Maconald.




Sseracyed to 15
f i


By SAMUEL LOVELACE
i
Cop'lrigh.t, 1905, by T. C. iMoCliyre

Thr. men had lain down to sleep in
a Cuban jungle-three men in ragged
uniforms and unkempt in appearance
to the last degree, Two of them wore
bandages over fresh wounds, and the
trio looked gaunt and starved and slept
as if sleep had not come to them for
several nights before. It was 8 o'clock
when they threw themselves down
among the land crabs, with the evening
air swarming with mosquitoes, and it
was an hour after midnight when one
of them awoke and softly crawled over
to another and whispered In his ear:
"Diaz, awakel It is timel"
"Is.the Yankee sound asleep?" asked
the other as he sat up.
"aI m sloops like a pig.-'ftlingr-o5u&
not be better for us."
The two moved away like serpents
through the rank grass and jungle un-
til they had covered a. hundred feet,
and then they stood up and made their
.way swiftly along in the direction of
the Spanish lineS,
There were plenty of American ad-
venturers in-the ranks of the patriots-
men whose sympathies were -on the
right side and who ran the blockade
and joined the insurgents to fight for
them as they had fought for the Union
years before. Such men were at first
given the hand of welcome, but when
their dash and bravery had earned
them promotion there were euvy and
jealously to be reckoned with.
The man left lying alone in the jun-
gle was Tom Warner, good natured,
reckless and careless. Here, where he
had been fighting'for six months, near-
ly always on scout duty, he was called
Captain Warner. He had a commis-
sion from Garcia, but the title was a
barren one. IHe had furnished his own
weapons and clothing and had never
drawn a penny from what facetiously
might be termed the insurgent treas
ury. He had won praise and admira-
tion for a time, and then jealousy crept
in to make certalu men hope in secret
that.the Spaniards might ,nakoe him
captive. They had heard of the Yan-
kee fghter--nye, and felt hli: blowvs--
and they had said that they would g!ive
him no quarter if they w.re-re 1l:Cy
enough to capture him. lHe had sent
back a message of defiance a' go;neP
his way. and it never once cntee':1 his
mind that some of the men v]o: ;a bat-
ties he was assisting to .',t miight
betray him.
"So you .wish t surrei.le r y mr-
selves and at the sarre time put th,
Yankee into my hanrid?" asked the
colonel into whose presence they were
:conducted from the p'', I,.'t '1 t.
"Si, Senor Colonel. WVe -wv-h to fiht
against our good friends tlhe Sp'uniiards
no longer, and 'In surrendering we
place in your hands' one who lIhas Ikil!ed
many of your brave mcn. The reward
shall be what you will."
The colonel looked at them for a moe
ment in contempt. The Spaniard is
bloodthirsty and cruel in wartime, Ibut
he also has a code of honor. He might
condescend to play the spy, but he
would not condescend to betray for
money.
Each one of the men was banded a
five dollar gold piece and ordered to
report to the officer of the day, and the
colonel wrote a few lines and dispatch-
ed them by his orderly and lay 'down
to sleep.
Two hours later he heard the ser-
geant's squad thl;t bad been suet out
coming back -with their prisoner, but
he turned over andl s'pt again. It
would be lime enough to settle with
the Yankee In the morning. The squad
had been guided to the place where
the captain still slaubf'red, and he
had been made a prisoner without re-


the old Kaffir could .easily walk, as
fast as a horse trots, fifty miles a day.
The Kaffir who still goes barefoot can
do so today. IIe used likewise to be
able to get a light-the "boy" who' Is
e )nitanitly 1,-i~wring one now for
Irltliche.-by rubbing two sticks to-
gp'tiher. Now he is as helpless in the
cark as ourselves.-Pall Mall Gazette.


',-'.. \, :!, ,-o!o;,e'." said Tom as he
alut- a.ind rfll back and was marched
away by his guard.
."Het is a brave man," mused the
colonel later on, "but he defied me.
Yes, I will hang him, and I will make
ihim afraid before he Is stung off.
When the dogs of rpnlegnfles hear how
'e died, begging for his life, it will be
i lesson to be heeded. He is hungry
ind thirsty, but he shall neither eat
nor drink before the execution."
The force under the colonel comprised
about 400 men. Orders were sent out
to parade, all but the sentinels, under
armni at 10:15, and a corporal was de-
taii"l to see to the erection of a gal:
iows. His work was not arduous or
1og !--. A small tree trunk was
a i,:"( f.m thle cro'ch of one tree to
anohlcr a;oil a nioo1.e:l rope tied to its
i:cutit r. The prisoner would be placed
on a pork barliel---ln Armerican pork
!;,- !ui for thi g:'hnm rony -and it would
be' kik :d froin under hi'n.
At hii hour n ;tiui by the colonel
in'e l-;'-;)ps vre unitder arms and form-
ed' a Ui/hre( q~ild sq!Iu:lre rronndn the gal-
lows. Then the prisoner was brought
oul. IHis t b. (ios w',re tied bcfliiu him,
and In hs (-':iteitipt I 1'.' tIan
who ihadl sli their o'fioer tie colonel
ordered t'Pe t'w.o mniu to march with
the condmiliincd iman and act as his ex-
eci:iuIc-. They had so .1 a rman for
no;-, but ,-when it came to pini;, in ,
the' L t of hangmncn thl:. r. [,**.l i.
T'h.-e h!r:g ck, but the . .-: el or-
derCl ithe i~lt3h applie-d.
Whou the prisoner, was led 'ju',ler Ilit
noo'ed rope the colonel faced him and
made him a butt of ridicule. lie po;nt-
ed at his rags, at his starved look!, at
his unkempt appearance, and the sol-
(li,-r in line laughed. From ridicule
he turned .,- ,r.ni;rasni il tdthluce to
ab e" and revei!en(.-t, -id drtng -the
long half hour the prisoner faced him
calmly without a word. There were
not ten men in the lines who did not
feel a secret admifrtion for him. The
colonel had failed to shake hi- nerve,
and, chiigriined and angered. Le .irpl.er-
ed oue of the deserters to, ilale the
barri-l and the other fo assist tlhe pris-
oner to mon:lt.
Then it was that one of the betray-
era, felt the sings of conscience. He
was the one who was placing the bar-
rel. He knew what lie was going to
do would bring him perhaps a more
cruel death than that designed for his
captain, but he did not hesitate. Like
a fiasi, he whipped out a knife and cut
'he pri:-: e"'s 1ords, and, though tak-
*en 1-y '.r'se-,. C;::l)tain Tom bounded
;:w:iy t-owanV:i l forest.
lit his exc(it:iment the colonel called
;.:oin the lines to fire and ran after
tlh i' .- i.:in. A vo!!ey was let go,
:;: I 'en the smoke, c.'nred away the
(,oi-;:e- Iny ,!ead onT tlhe ground, the
--' <.i:-! ,;f tvin- ;ty ,iullts.
I'cr ;'. :!monn:it every soldier seemed
(h;') i-:n wiithiiout power to move.
Thrnu there -were shouts and yells, and
t',' liri, lircke and became a mob.
W ')mu otrd:er wag restored the rene-
O -s w-erve no I:tlnger in sight. The
i1":i;' s::Ie! 'r'-d them and the captain
ih:', had betrayed.
"Poor devc!s!" the released man said.
"I 'don't blame you much. It's a hard
road to liberty, and a man has to be
soniething more than a fishworm to
win it."
How to Dose a Dog.
A dose of castor oil is as disagreeable
to the ailing dog as to the ailing hu-
man being. Iie kicks against it, and
does right, when he is grabbed by the
back of the neck, and with his jaws
yanked apart with a towel awaits the
nasty ,dobe. This :is fourei down lis
neck-on the outside.; it Is usually fol-
lowed by a few more doses, all of
which go the same way, which is the
wrong way. The jaws are in a vise,
the dog is in torture, and he is ready
to condemn his very best friend for
thus treating him shabbily. If they
only were sensible enough to know
how any dog, from the meanest cur
to the bluest blooded canine oh earth,
was in the habit of taking his oil, It
would be different, but they are all at
ca on the subject, and poor doggie is
about dead when a friend utters:
"Hump! All chumps on.dogs, I see.
Pour the stuil over the poor fellow's'
paws."
Lo, and behold! The wise few who
tlh.,,nnC't they knew all about dogs and
dog things learned i.. ni,.'hing to their
credit when they saw how carefully
Towser licked his paws, cleaned them,
and thus took his oil without fuss and
in the proper way.--Outing.
CIvflimation and the Kafmr.
On bare feet, of which the skin grew
so tough as to enable him to run over
heo ,hanrpL',t rocks without flinching,


t SCOT'cS ftrlO N won't make a
hump black straight, neither will it make ,
a short leg ong, but it feedscoft Iont ,
h and heals diseased bones and is among
the few genuine means of recovery In0
- rickets and bone consumption.
U SEnd for free sample.
S -c i.-r. T BOWNE, Chemists,
A'i?-45 i Pearl Street, New Yok. *
soc.andSloo; alhldruggists.
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Light trid on.d a
Light travels so vastly much faster
than sound that there is no-comparl:
son between their velocities. Thb ve-
locity of light is about 190,000 miles
second. At this speed light will triiv
about eight times around the earth In
a second, and light starting from thq
sun will traverse the 03,000,000 miles
of space Intervening between' the sun
and the earth in eight minutes. So It
is seen ll.:ht flashes from one part of
the earth to another, evnu trie i0isqt re'
mote, instantaneously, or practically
so. Souci travels worse than a suail'4
lpt.e as compared with light, going
-a !:' about 1,100 feet i i a second, or
i'olt ni:ic ill live, .(~', on'I. s or vtw lve,
:i:e in a tuinuib. These facts are ndi
-ice.t, though n.)t always uudcrstood
t;y ani- one who sees a gun fircd only
. few\ !ihui 1';e yards awn-ay. The li1as
i;inl the :uff of .n'l.;.ke are sen instau-
taneoui:y; tho r.;:pornt of the g>un aul
6. c!... `i'E",7},tibtly later, the timd
'-i -.i'v, mii bn ti!t:r g -;:itcr or l.-si, it-
-or ing to th-. dist-'nce.

Cea iI-n-tn the i- lail
O i ;,ust :!u early riser, if
;o-' p'oog:;,-a a sptider's web. fotr
the (delEcate fabric must be taken whet
ih tldew is iye on if, d that the outtl.. '
.,, l ii] ,,' i < .:i -Ap rellt'. The bis-t.
!.' .. : 's olit;nl el when the webo
'.- .,rl pii-ic trr.qC, and spiders seem td
r',\.",r tuh -se trees because ot the shel-
ter they nft'rd. Look on the lent et-
poi)sed shle of the tree for your 'webf"
for Instinct teaches the little creatp~te ,- "
to make their homes, where the strong ..
winds do not -sitie.. In -tafti *g '
picture the leaui9hou04..2
h,,ar the webh J .

pltograiphed a spider' welb.wlth ....
41 Ly 5 cnmrer and with a (6 b..SI 9.I%
.nii-ruinent, having equally 0oo ,su u
,(.*.s in (ach case. It is'cell to.hbave 'i .
r1bl,.r focuilng cloth and to keep' It'
',ivr: tle camera !I the time; for th..
p-:-.':' l who hunts splders' webs efl
in tli.- mioning must be prepared or .
ii.inllnrlrnss-.-Suburban Life.

The Term h'nr4enhornY .
The term "greenhorn" originated I
this way: The pioneers of the west
were much given to hunting deer. Ir
was a fact known to early settlers that
when the horn of a fawn began t ". -
grow there was h iing of green hali
around the spot. It was considered 4
disgraceful thing for a hunter to kill f?
fawn, a cruel act, and the killing timd
was rcgnlatc-d by the growth of, ti t
horn. 'h'lre w:;s a sort of unwritten
law that no oue -hould kill 'a mal
fawn before its boru could be seen.- A:
person who was so unthoughtful as taf
kill a deer indertlhe proper age was
called a "greenhorn." He was s
named because tlie young horn of the
deer and the hair around It were still
green. The use of the nppefl:it.i
gradually spread untfl It was applied.
to all raw or Inexperienced youths ov
person easily imposed upon.

'epysn and the Cook Maid.
There was a servant problem in thll
. ..'-, .t ,-:tl century. but it was solved
in a rough and ready fashion. Pepys
records on April 12, 1G(7, that.he came
home, "saw ry door and hatch open,
left so by Luce, our cook nmlid,. which
so vexed nie th-it I did give her a klcki
in our ent offef-' d ba low a't her."
Two days afterwa.rd (Lori' .dai .
Popys writes this: ''"ook oit nly wi -
and the two Melrcor aud tw'o.of our
.inaids, BlDrk; an Jane,oaid ovr tty" .-'
water to thi Janimajia house, where --:'
never was before:, arid there t.e girls,
did run for v,;: a rs over the bwlilug'
green, anid fIr e with mnui 'lpleaure', -*
spent little, a;nd so home." Luce was not
there, but the other maids were treated:
as members of the family.

Snhc.l Coins:;.
The natives o'f \iw M ,iy peninsula
Iha;\e in t se thi ve-ry sim ille..t cu'intint
coin in the world. It is a sort of,
wafer made from the tes t:ous juico, o'
a tree and S wo-otlth about onie tfei-
thousaniidti of i" p:;uny. Th'e smallest
metal coin in circ-ui atrli at thl priescnt:
(day is the I'o!. 'i..;. ,. t! .'-e re's .i. ece,
worth twelve o ";f-!Intiaet !loi f "a pti-
uy. Tlih sPnainltsstc'ou (Circ'ula'lug of-
fielully in ia:: pat o th',: Briti;s.h em-.
pir iheis he live il'nit-'!n' pin'' .e:C o.
(Gibraltar, worth abi.int lilf a farthing.






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'['lie uvotor schr. Cleopatra arrived
'iin Pciisi-ri uatihrday uihlt, went
to Baylhea,1d 1il. jly m1ol) ling and re-
toni, ng in llthe alieinooni, left for von-
secl I ,' again-nt 7..1) that nizht.
T he schr I.-iy I1. rfiltdl for Peon.
s BH la Suiday %ll t,1i imu ll (%ith Calt,
: H W. O wnitlev as hailing i.taeter.
She wa.9 l1 -avily ladute Vith naI val
stores from N iit l T;":y ciiilij."
'I'tie ti'. 'lT'rp(o arrived trolit (Jar-
rabelle and A parlacuiiioula at 2.30
M oi Friil;y l.t. Owiun to lthe
fta.t that slie iN ,lltged to iepi: at
the quaiantinle .stmlni i. at Pet' acoil:l
Anl pitelgo t utel iu grltiihtn, whiich C'uu-

et it ioipI u1N ilj a l r ii r 1, 1 i Ri 11
.. : rew until quite late \'e..ln e -
day aftcnlioou anld 1111i blate ,if il.
airs will dounbtl'esr prevail until the
yellow feverto to the west of Alabama
abates.

SA PHHIA LAUNCH
99 'T'33 3: IL .
W. F. WVooDrIn -- Ptojear.ron
Fitted in splend:d coudilior to take ix-
eorsionsr or passengers to i.uy poiut on.
the Bay or Gulf i (tod cabin protectiuu
in the event of bad weather. 'li-imi ri as-
ekalle. A <*,.
B A I cE UEI M3l A;
Capacty I1),0 0 feet of fatiil,, r will Ferrv
b'etwPI; F tIutiale and Alkinton, on E~rt
Br.y and will d,lirve, fi' i,hl of every de-
ecription, iuclauling live stock to aun
point on St. Au ,lr#i V Say. F'"r particu-.
l;es, addresA A'. F. Woobror, Farm--
dale, F'Ia.

I'.vCK T SC:1 fOON O R
LUCY HH,
CA^PTA S W AhnseoY
S iMakes regTlar f is. l)et sec St. AIn-
drefts BAy andP .', .'.,., Good passe,-
ger' neeomtinodi tiois and special atte'n-
Stioupaid to Ittidlipg sai-i. rrr 'ig freilght
at rmasollnlle rate. For par i,,Ir! rs afd-
d ,. J .. .n F'] I

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C14EOPATR&.
Eq,1. alpePd With Two GaRolinp Engines,
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tthe fpli't. aLcH; tbile ? ivm s th. e ta !ii-
i.num, I p. lii.; nrri nd mean t t. A ,
ture,. the rainfall and diieCtiun ()f t11C
wind, for the twenty-foUr hours ending
at 7 o'.ock p mu., as ndic.ate-d by ;. :S.
government self-re~isterng thermnom-
eters. -Mu x:'Mln Mtlu F I n'n.I. ~. 'd.
Auust..23 91 71 1i .00 sw
S" 24 93 72 3F .00 a
2" f 91 74 83 .00 w
26t 90 75 82 .4):, ne
'" 27 81 y68 T7 .O ne
28 76 (., 0 .00 L'e
29 91 6 79 i .O0 e


or' rick 8T 70 I 7 Li

RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS.
SPresiding Elder Rev. C.J. Hammitt,
D. D., will preach in the MT. E. curoh
d.csy, A.%g. 31, at 7:45 p.' `i
fit I services in the M. F
rph, SiundAy at 11a. m and7:t.,p.m,.
,''' The Presbyterian Sunday school be-
ing united w:th that of the M. E.
. church, a tunin school will be conduct-
ed every Sunday morning at 10 o'clock
* in the M. E, chuiech.
S Prayer meeting every Thursday ev.-
aibg at 8 o'clock in the M. E. ,church
Everybody i ,.ordia!;v inrited to a1'
ot these services.
Pwtq the Soflars' Joy.
Animal Pets bave ever tr: a great
joy to the-average sailor. T 'r,'- is
hardly a ship afliEt that does not carry
.ne or more suc litle rt '.-r, to
'*;n the rere arenn-vr.s!lrkind.
M ore than this, thera Is fron~ "?;" de-
vSeope4 an artac-hmrt beltc eu n-ent
Sand anlm-!s that '1 -!'lom to be seen
on shore, and the !nifll'ilnre disp!ay-
ed by these afthnal s often far exceed
the wonderf"! store .a w. 5or'Onr.!:s
Ssee In print 'n mou-of-w:,r t':e- to
probahlv Irnro cmn!riS'r,:.ti', shown the
crew in this regard (tha on merchttt-
S en; at .i!! evant. y xou,' -1'1. !id there
many n-)re Rfp'- p !:t. Ix !y,f o)
metas .cof=-lou t SPee ~pn t' sape V
d.',. eck a dor7Lu o:" rnT-.- "*' l tr~ai-r ti-
mal?. of rr !:1s "k~i- whose n lt-ur)

'bormeq are sapa-r.ted ty t-:i.s 'L. A
=LVes.-St. Ni.h:.i' -

BI PArt ard ;". PrZ1 I e.t.
i' lia "mnt ,4o :don! 'J-,.v" .. ..bo: "Irs past?
ke .aod 3M.thVl.
"tJct er 'z;* to z:n!? me a 3 *.
sus ,i '.l.: abo"n'ut his 0 '. --.-'* s ai i
M q :: l. *- 9 l ,*' * a *- .. i,.,
glass 'h" .'1 .1 riug rLf- : ..:- "
had sent h'*'.


LOCAL DRIFT,

--Blatnk Warranty Deed-', short form
printed on good linen paper., 2-.'' pur
dozen; also blank receipt tabs-100 re-
ceipts in a block. J10 each, at the Buoy

-Parkier lodige N.i. 142 1.s & A. M. will
meet in regular communication next
Saturday at 2.00 o'clock p. mn. Visiting
Mlutis in good 5tardiring are invited
to pat ticipato.
--W. F. Woodford w.-riin;: the Buoy
from Fainri e ad,.e a tbthe *St. Joseph
t ;ailtim 1l is all graded. the railsion hand
ready for layi,.,-" and two iocomotives
have been unloaded at Apala,:hicola for
uncon the road.
--You never have' aud may never .* -. ,
have ar opportunity to get so ineo a
fountain pen for so little money ao youn
can now by uoLpl iiih- it'lh the condi-
tin-, (f theo uponn to be f.in.t'" els-d .
whlIef on this page.
---Sick headaches rm-slits from a disor.
dered condition of the stomach and is
,quickly cured i,\ C oin, b.-tib rlain's ui,,( -
ach and Live(r Tablets. For sale hy I.'
M. Ware, St... Andr'ew anmd lias heat
aud all. uedicin'i ci ,
,, -)VItu-rd "i tic'l"i. -aMetase i
box 10 ct1. I'ut, up tjghlt Tablets in ii
6box. One box makes ten oiinees splen-
did ink. Economical pturmanent: abso-
lutely indollible, covenient, uon-corro-
aive. At, the Buoy <0'i,-.
-Thi, 3Buoy i4 indebted to the nian-
aoaement of the Taiupa State Pair tfor a
comiplimettary seaso ticket to admit
the editor and lady to all the attrac-
tions under lhi control of the: minagc-
mont at all times during the Fair.
-Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews iBav date line and vi(sews of
oither-St. A ndrews Blutf, or Buena Vista
Point, at Sc. per doent; also ,'iap tf the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 15c. per dozen, at, the
Buoy olh- ,
- t.r". man owes it, to himself and
his family to1 master a trade or profes-
smon. Read the display adve-rtisem-nijnt
of the six Morse Schools of Telegraphy,
in this issue and learn how easily a
you nugman or lady nuay learn telegra-
ply and )be assured a position.
-The C-l'ip4--' Bautier understands
that a synudicateiof legal gentlemen con-
tenildate establishing another newspa-
per in -'lL.?y. Don't. lose any slet'c
over it, Bro. Jones; tbeir visions of
wealth and gloty may vanish, as did
P:' ,,'.: .Iili-lle, who aban-
,,,--.:.' r 1 r f-'-i ', ..m'e 1!e 3ade the ven-
I 'l,' a',r '..' ., 'the w ay,i l it ? i r .''
Ih I ):..,i, tii, b-toy5 s') badly scared
'.b-t hb-- ,-re..;.1 -i -, it on his own terms
Aund tak, it ., Mi i'.ille.
-A .euutmai. scad" event, was the
rlcath at M1l',.i e last "week, of Mrs.
U atic DLickeu' an a.LomplisheId v'.ijo-!
woouart, enrjoyuii a wide i i''u <.* fryG'do
.armd aiquujntita':,('s, t* zie .,f I- r. I l"'
Dickenr aud dat,liter oi .".I. HetHmiw l.
fcrt tf.ly chiet le.-rk' of the- '.'onu tu
tor.l'O at M!tll:-iltle. ,:.m of Lockh*ait,
A la TLie luLpre,----'e 'funcial service
.s 'Itt,.IL |,2I -. Rev. C L. Jovuler
D'.m:-j b-' -m *''cr.-.etr ir-t a sur' i-
r:i! ,,1 '.t r u*"L! ::I ne1 ctpssaly fromt.
!-- m-! -er' N 1 .r-"'1er nor child recuv-
ered, buc t: -: : "as prolonged suffi'
iertly f',r hp" w-, sisters, Misses Sit
rail and Ida Hemphill to reach her and-
be at her ido :t Ute ?orrow,-fui. moment
of Lhe',, d uahub.
-]t.he 'otloain- lo'ttor f'o'n "i-47
iclk Esso'-n -c"'eeimer of sh, Pc....-',
United States Bank of St Louis, Mo -
under sd of Au.. 26, v.i ll doubtless be
of interest to mao': readers o l tb ', .'
"-R ;e .r-;i'. the dispo.sition o. the st.cl:
of the People's United States Ba.k. of
which I was appointed Receiver, on
A u-. 15, 1905, l.bteg to state thna' my a-:-
coumtauts are e-: ..:ed in audiiti5g tLe
aceounts of the bauk, w mcil: wil pr-oba-
bly be completed '.; September 10,h,
and ac .uou as tractiicablu thercteri'. I
ill- begin .the hiquidat.o:i of claims,
pursuant to th-e murder of t.e Court. It
-,'ill not be fnecessa'vry for' s ocukhlucer'
to e3mgage the senrimues of 'a4 attt'i'uey o-
rolleotio, agency for the purpose of
,5,.,-,-..i i:> r collecting their claims
atg aiist the bank Ver- t,'uy yours.
r'.'; .T:. -: F -si '-, R- ce 'iver.'


Us. 5 Wlk!'s foot E -2s,
A f,, 1 ,J ., :- z ak- .-1, ' ,"' :. - s.

smarting feet or tight lit.oes, try Allen's
buot-Ea-e, Tt cool the feet. aud man-kes
- 'xalm:i'i; oat-v. 4 mrtc 5wollen,^v.Clii
fee.. bl .-.t:rs :e'd "caIlloi-,1pots ReeI-ie sI
(corns aaud'.b.t.i.-' u a'.L -a.i:!' i'fyit to-
day. Sold by a.l JIrug'-isits and shoe(
stores. DOn 't ac--c.i-t iin0y substitute.-
*Trial p :ck.u e FREE, Addre s Allen
f. CJ'01r:d.'Lef'oy, N. Y.


"- .- -.. -- .i ..
'. E '-' w"s blessed' '1*.i a -"'ontesT-
fol apnpfit-. aire th-e perMls-
'iCt- -.."'",'!.'1" tt",,n 01" or t" a o
;.. .... .t, n s gs tro,,IIom h-. -" .'
ts we-re fr ," ..- -- tha object of sa-
tire'., a."n iu -ca- caric-.ture Co ca'm-
poaser a is- .t as ..'.: on a
x(,er ) ;L.'r'&. .A. ham and a pair of
fo'-.s, arer attfahed tn 'h.' pipes oft at
-.'r ,n. a turbot .-c .i -.': a p''e of
IOOzS. and lthe floor of tihe apartment
'c..vam rt oyster sh ells. It
'or' !!l:!.v I'."'1. h ,s adversari es t-
'-edrc'd and b:.r.:"'-''+-- many of. rI-4
-- "t(r'ies concenngi his eating ""''
"-.: ." c* f powers than that they h-ic
any faun ation in literal fact. No one
would n ,"': -A*t" order a drnr-,:r for
three persons for instance, .md be-
cause it was being kept back for the
'i~4'-::r.-: to arrive blurt out to the as-
tonisbed walter: "I am de company.
'rting up da.tr-_.ner bretlissLmo

Peculiar Disapr earance,
J. D. BRuyan of .Btl-cr,;le. 0.. Iaid
the peculiar dCsappetarance of his pain-
ful symptomsof indigestionr and bilious.
nees to Dr. Ki r'g9 New Life Pills. He


sav-. "Thpy are a p;-lfri!, remedy for
','i'e',s sour stomach, b.-rla,:bp, con-
.tipnti-u. etc G(ii!aureri. at A. H.
B ;ke' s..2t e. ori 25o.


UO WE TA.&' TOO MUCH?
A Plea Per lpnr-.vrge!r 1yitce to Irn-
ul.ie I.1 n to Thlit.
Iu th" teniicid Stue4. \4e w"re ,i',nli,
t. 1 'i. to'.' iu h. \W do !:.: i -,l
..,i, pprfecate the value and biiut..\)
,I si.wlc.t'e. ,
l :-,rli.g tho Bft.er business llirs, at
0 o-' juach i'1 dinner table T ', i; oil,
tirnd Ql. wiLhoiut ceasing, fas ib 1.;
it e'r wa. I no1llih wVorth i i[ l" '
iaboit. W' inv'n;ted tlhe fhrst t' 2.in
', !,., .i~i'J i)' A i.uieril: is coIsid- "
er:el properly u ii'.,.- d unless he can
t lk at all times and upon all sub-
j,',ts.
Iftormationl r-mt be iip.i't,-l 1 andi
id-at exihkncdlOit It. is tesrntial. to) 'I' I
t tl cI oi:, inl'imla hip a 1I i!-'i-l.'. -4 our
f;tcuh l s of ,xpi i. ,i, I : '-'- is
rL ;;f't. o r fl: 1;pe aind'l'..s and '.-
1 I1 lr whw:h 0 nmIo of us in

1 a prs o a nt for o '11i- vn!e In
Siltl'wi It t nahi'; 5 us oi 111.i1- It
folr,,r ernt e "'- 0;,ses lcha"naci:r. The
grc-zt mt oni of itlie '.'..ili wer i,-' *'-'
. I .-t rr m ; t'r- il *: 1 oul.- whi- m tIl.. I
had *. '' ',.': to say. and the; ,-' '
of t'.", ln R tl but vrT'y !1ti'.
We sbholld study the beauty ,'f r -i
lence and develop bour thinking 1 ,' -,
r'atihnr Jthan our. talking piwer. *(.:i-
Jta J:unarl.

Katiw. eit Gr an' *f; n .'*'n-nr -n'-^ar.
'In lhe oden *i... rntemarRed a vet--
er'u sea cnptiiu 'lthe odter day, "thbe
c;-.it oblainced of g'l:'. t aues to
th- guns on men o--war.
'it the case o(f the United 8t' u:s
I'lHw'l..abe Oe p riincipOl g.'ns
i'r' tlIs i(i1 nI e h inc i, ,s I lfo o g~l
fiti-h ,'L .Touilrtlin, True lB1uo, Yanmkv.e
Stion, Putimmni, P ..:,l: E mgle,
' ,o-, ("nernt WaI'rren, Mad Anthony,
Au;irricp, \antllhinii.onl, Iiberty oprey-
er. rI ceain.itiaglht, Defiance, Liberty or.
:Fia.el, i;:ijftd tR'l i Juim piIg lii1y,
! ;!.,ri, i l,].oge ,']pit, rh Nan,'y D tw-
n' Il. eI', Bg ukT'r's Hill, Pocidlon
.:it. T- ', ....r, irtil}f ] ?l (urder. T'h pe.
!' Hnr- enir-'ivy rno-mill sq.utrc-
>f .! .l:. "7- t"f .' "--'! W rhc" Li'. : t arsi &i:I ,
-e .Q-- v ---'n
Fie(ndish S ntfleting
i- often caused Ibysores, ulcer4 and can
c~-s, that eat away your skin, Wi., Be-
dell, of Flat F't ,.-, .ich., savy: ''I have
used Bucklen's Aroica Salve for ulcers,
uores and canrcea Lt is the best heaiiog
dremjin(g I ever found." Soothes antd
heal, cuts, burns and scalds. 25(. a.t
A. [H. Brake's store; guaranteaod.


At one time tlbPre was much com-
mercial and social intercourse betv,"eon
Irea.nd andt Slin. (G'vr y and Wai-
fptr'nrdl we're t' "-. bi'-f Tri b ports atm-
:i::i.1 in thilb tr-e!1. To tfih s ay the

i :" ( av T ~l '! bly the'
o: p-'-i l'> and Iui'.u g-'>-i ,:rIh "' rh,'-

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."le la''" o -'! 4t1e n.' And Ithey hout-
:-1 t'is tt o~n!oh otihr, t' the anmaze-
;-te-t of tie ptarls elk, t!!l Mr. !%illet
st,"" 'd he,1 f^ ''' "'' f:'r. ":r:2r. k U1.-t
th't' 2 ith4 ought to C"P ec'.'.c to
sa-y and, +:.' '*" to the c trk, said,
Spe l .lin with s .'" Atid TLavre'?ce
.f'!t eo \was made by law.--Chr!itiae
Iesg.ster.

v *'in s n c iis M'trl1et EVial to
." iiimberi aitun's Clic. Chotfrlera and
Dianoeiicn ie!emredy.
11s fs ft is weli l kwown to druip. ,;-, ~v-
;rvv;nhcre. tnd tii m out of ttn wiTi girPe
th.e: casronm :rs tlhin pn'rep- ar:atio,; bhCli
th. i4 est is asked for, S"r. Obe Witnme',
:a roniin,-ut : .,;.:t ofe splin, :io, itn
c.triul:r 'o his i(ustoiilorts, sa s: '"Tlie-e
i- nothing otl ti : ucar ket. in the w 'y, of
,H C!i iP, Choltra and Diarrhosa lemecdy fotr
!o'wemI co- p!a nits WV;e sell iand Iroconi-
,,.,nd this p'reparationl, For sale by L.1
-. Waire, St. Andrew and 'Baliheatd aldi
wit ni di cine dealers. ,
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, .'444.0 , fr omn I ,'. ".', .uo e' .-.nil]
A '-', J , i .- in the 'si: '.4oI c t
.. 1. *t' g '-oat' it-:.peror Ak-
r ': .' ; r' .: opan the g ntO,
i at least .( ers veSl ans ir')! under the name of da-kin, or
'-' "atch "

A 1 .ti,.hing r o'ry
's lie savinfi from death of thea1-!,":
irl of Geo. A, E:.'l, Ci',umbtr!and Id]
He writes. "At the ase of 11 mn'Ltb,,
our little girl was in dec-linin-i health.
-'ith se'-ous throat trou'jbr'-. and two
IhysicJlai,. gaave her up. We -erie al-
'",ot in despair, when %e i evolved to
ti y Dr. Kine's New Discovery for Con.
;. irp'*ioLn, Coaghs and LCod-. The first
bottle gave relief; after: taikin. four
bottles she was e~ir-d, an.d 'is rnor" i
pet-fect health." Never !fa'! to reli-' e
and cure a cough or cold. At A. H
Brake's store. 50c and $1, c i ,c,-iett.r.
Trial bottle free.
!P-nyvig For rGood Kna'brtnuY,-
A picturesque ceremony takes, p'-':-

ra-n In t ae P- e ontt -.r ofSt. ':-
tropius fioe in Pprocrcon to +St. Ta!e-
les-C'v bc-a- to the croS w*hicbh is erect-
,,d r:ner the chiru-ch to the saint. Fach
S:.;] !''.e '' ir ieft ga.rter oin the ci ,-i
"int prays htfi. she '-l-r hvnre a m.1
huinband and thin g'-e's ,an to tLh
next irl. The cross is so fi,) tlt-'.-C- in
'-I T--, of -.,.."-? '' colors th,,* : 2
short distance it looks as :,lnlw, it
\were covered wtthf r\Is


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I:.1 p.t'e,, : ti\'5e employed with
'. i pi"'le ;s n'," ,oric ao -id, borax
a-rd t ulpi. T detect boric acio
.I t l "oo a tt oro i h'hl T macerated viI h
Uttle water lrnel tIr,,ugh ab a b nd
.w., or. tlh,. tablf.epoonfule of the
Iq!,l:< laced !a a sunce dish with fif-
,-..,: ',r tventy dro,. of strong hydro-
.h''.rFi 41d for '-brh talid! ponuftl The
liqui! 1 hrh tilterel through filter pa-
per utl fi ri-'e .f tum.,-irti paper .li,..
ped intq' It air, 'li-..l near a lamp or-
stoveo. If b...' ,ii' in, o- borax were used
fg ph.-r,.':, he sample the tumeric
:,i.err Ini:,mI be cban n.ed 'to a bright
Ilj, 'r'- rmed >.-Ol',:1. Ii' r)o miuch hydro-
tli!,mir--trt**T'ritiJieou employed a dlhtv
irowuish red w itt or h .e o lt.hleod., twhic
hii:':ite< with ttw color due, to th<


,.-. ,-.,rn-e- ob ,rit iirid. Now, If a dro(
i.!' h..i w hold>d a!:m.-'mni be inIldl-d to the-
c *.;'r-cl. i -'..m :t', pal,'r anid It turns a
d.'1vk g:.--i. Ilmr'.-t black cooir, then
bore n, -1 pirc-'t. If the redmAis
C-.!,,:.. h,'wrie'.'. was caused br the wue
of I :,, hichl hydrochloric a'-il. (ui-
grecn em! ," d'u-, not form.
' i'. mc.,-r.,s;'.:- uature'f h hydroahloric
-aetid :,i, t tin.m *,-e lost s*.l4 of. It must
-..t l-.1 ni'', .,_-- to toum bh hbe tfl.i-
.i. i:T.s or .u:m -' .,er-i'.r --N':w Y '.: Tri '
lie ',', -I
.- fleH 'Asim For It.
"rE'O yu !-.'.,v that the coli you lent
me wn'a (t,,n -Cret'''r said the habltu-
e. l i .. '- ie0 e i
-',i'. ,: !o-'. You s.ad ,th tt yoln
needed it ,.' ".

A person ,.'ff'-rihi tr',r, chronle rhen-
m'atsm should avoid dried thu, cooked
oyt.-,:-'. p'r, veal and turkey.,

A Pau-le.
RTe-Rere' a puzzle for you. Sh.-
Let's .-' "-e it. He--Give a woman ae
ablm-h of photographs, to e-xai.nje. t-
aCu IAn. one of her owl, w'Wh one wPi.!
she !o-k at't'- t,,.: .*, and LW'Ly?

S-re Thins,
'--- r)-' know, oi-d m an
o "t S m ;..m ch .n.- ." *
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BUSINE -;S' OPPORTUNITIES.

Do Youn Want to Sell Your
iusiies-s ? AWe can se-ll vonll" bushinles,
,-o matter where it, is 1-ci~( te This i
the t.ge f spl)ialits. ~ Ve are t.ho oniy
exclusive blusin~,s rlrokers in thu coun-
try. We have buyers. iWhat have you
to offer? We bring buyer and seller to-
gether and rmae quick sales.
Robt, M. Eurich & Co., Tnc.,
Pitt-slburg. Pa.
Bily A i NstablNl.qhed liUiniues ,
and Secure foor youir, If Ia Bte?(,dy iiietiwnc;
lusir.ess,is the old fashioned, time-tried
inthod of getting rich. Don't, monkey
kwithli ".'- rich (quick" schemiesr: wu are
th1, only exc!lu siv, "'usinu6 s brikit-s"
in tthe coull.trv, anld can pla.re you in ani
established, good-paying biiness, no
matter whero 3y m wish to locate. Write
today and let vis know whhatl i want.
"Robert M. Eurich &c Co., Inc.,
Pittaburt Pa.
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5000 TELElAP
.. .. NEEDED
Annually, to fill t' e new positions .re-
,autid by Railroad and T.-I--,,.li | Com-
pniies. We want YOUNG MEN aiu. LA-
, i of ;, i l a I -it;-to
L EARN TEL E GR AP Y
A R R '* A T A -I TT~: ,r'l T '


Pensacola St. Andre"w & Gulf
STE AMSH I P CI) MPA NY,


S-ti-ri:r: In warratr*e.
Th'i method of .-1pI we in warfare Lbi
11 f.:'lido.,- Three men set out, two
tn one lir.--n un and one in another.
The iiio: maun, when be believes he is
in the ii ,t-bibor-hotod of thbe .'i. lly, lets
.,lt his riti.., no matter In what direc-
tion. ;l-.i thus draws the tire of the
entry. Immediately lhe two other
stalkers fire into- the space lit up by
the discharge. \'XV-. l this goes on, all
'round the car;m thi.- result Is cons.tantt
alarm at night time. Soldiers are
,ril 'm,.I not to reply to a sniper, but
th( lnII(Itatlin i is well nigh irre:-.is.tible
Their exertidns, however, meet wiU,
little success, for s-uilprp generally
stalk the sentries from behind stones.
-London Globe.

They A}p11.': to Our Sympathies,
The hilions ard dyspeptic are constant
sufl'eerr s and appeal to our .) llN,'ill i.-
Th1le is not one of then, hoe r b -i, whm ,
muay not he brought back to health anid
happiness by the use of Chamberlain'sa
.-t,,an.i.. I. and Liver Tablets. ThI ese tl b-
lets i, ;- ..r il thie stoumcah and liver aud
st-it,. l,, Hl Ilie digestion. Thley also r(g-
liatc the bowels. For sale by L M1,Ware
St. Andrevw ind Bavhead and alli medi-
cine dealers.

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"]'.:' ,".'" yi:'ri, t of Vwaiting ffor a wish
; 1a .real!ized; tl.- other is that one
I.,--. i.,- sorry for those persons wvhomi
one sees -.i:,,!iMn,- along with the in-
ferior article.--E. V. Lucas.

Thousands Have Ridn:ey Trolt-bl-
and Don't Know it.
How To rind Out.
Fill a bottle or common glass with your
water and let it stand twenty-four hour; a
sediment or sct
I _,'= tling indicates an
S... --- l unhealthy cordi.-
toln of tile kid-
S/ i neys; if it stains
your linen it i1
Sj evidence of kid-
L- lney trouble; too
frequent desire to
f pass it or pain ii,
~~- the back is al:;o
,.!:r,,-r proof that the kidney and lad-
der are out of order.
Wbiht to Do.
There i:; romnfort in the ,-, '-...le so
otn ;cx, -re:;:;'d., fl:t Dr K ,ir'ar's rwanip-
Poot, th-e -~-t kidneTy remeidy fulfills every
.ii '! in curing rhiniiruatist;m, pain in thE
baq-k, kidn,'s, liver, bladder and every part
of - 'l6ia1iy pa Sage. It corrt.cts inabiliy
to h;-l, ,'Ae-ir ;nd rc.a!lding puin in pn.;sAing
i, or l d ioff'c-t.s f (i ,- t, e of liquor,
.in or i ber, aod overcomes that uinple.sant
-.!..:s ,i'. of bI' :' cipotlpnJed. tO o ftcn
U! i HIP, th. ay,, and to gf .t up many ti-hes
'1 'h nruiid ar d tih c:xtra-
;: ':l' -1y eticut of ~-- ma'. l ;i P', ,, i; soon
..tr i,,- t ,.h- thc : f,)" is wr-i-
; f t'. n r',t 'asces,
I .,1 ,-- "t i :I ) .!i,'ui; you should ha-v' tie
h'-,"., i,- y -l l- ; 4 ii- 'n.r and $1. itcs.
Ji.*/i' 1i a racpi'P brttlf, of thls
'. : ..'' ry r,

--/ ft- byr ail, .i
S''ir':':- P-". Kilnrr .- ,,me ofr Swamip-Hoot.
-;, .-1. Y. When writing mep.n-
,o0 re .. ti gerierous offer in this paper.
Don 't' make amny mitak., but remen-
ber the name, iSwamp Hoot,, Dr. Kil-
mepr's Swatp-Root., ind lihe addrre,-',
Biunham oran, N. Y., on every lott.lo.
MuT t Tiqve fBeen Ire.
Maruma---No, dear, the Athintle
ocean never freezes over. Eiie--Ol,
but It mitst. I heard papa. telling Mr.
Gayly that when he was coming across,
from Europe the last time he had his
skates on all the time.


I.1, AV I:.
Tr I- I vI, "- i l n.
W t i1lim .:l,r,. 4:00 p. m.
W,-iin.. la., 2:30 p. In.
Thursday, 9:00 a. m.

Monday, 6:00 p. m.
LEAVE.
Thursday, 3:00 p. m.
n' Ilay, 11 :3( a. m.
Friday. 10:00 a. ni.


SSTEAME R
TARPON.

iSC- a-1 DU LE,

S ED U LE,


GOINGG SO I .
St,. AniroyeA-,


Mobi lt,
GOING N(GITU'IlI
Carrab lh1.
St. Andrew, .
-'.! it vill e,
S'ctisaool].


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V, iIun -edla 4S:1)I a. n
W'.dne ,lay,0.iii0t)1a. tro
'I lir'id.iy, 1 I.Oi a. tn.
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IPA. SS, E]:ISG-GI :E-b I ~AT-E-I13.
PI'er.acola to,t Andrew aud Millvilli, t i i.
PoInsacola to Apalachico]la and CarvralJl l, .$750,
St. Andrew and Miilville to A ,,I.li, I.,t $-5.00.
Plensaeola to VIlil., . ,,
The aboyo rates include mcala and i.. i, \ ., }.;


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SSfAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES!

Cooking and Heain Stoves


Sewing Machines and Needles!

Pumps, Furniture, Etc.

UNDERITAKEA S' SUPPLIES,

Burrala Caskets, Robes, Suits. Etc.

f -IVE ME A CALL! *







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IS-iccessor to b. . Irock.


C-e adp, 1 11 1 1 c3 -.rfor


StaplI and F C y Groceries,;

Ready Mia0C 1t;i SE"3es, Notions



W e Pay the ,Fr<-i iht "i .' [(I-.'!I'f,. ; e fipt Fiovr, Meal
a id Fc t to aiiy t' ;' ; u I 1!. [: .."

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Dry CoodoS, S vp zd F;,y Groccries

Notio, Proviso and Feed Stuf

Corner Vi.shingL'ton Avenue and ayview St.

I paiy a1sh for Cxoods aaid m-iiustde

-. stricIyl -(asli or tl1 ady Pty

q (1 .1 O'3O" C S S .
:F i, is iF at rolts |iti n- it w a 1 -a'| -" !r' own. aIll aIa d
CoftVi;', _,ourself 0i iO '1, 1i1 i1.


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StIK.IAIm.S IN 0' i0
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,.-E' CHUME,, N PAflEITI
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S* hardware,

NIotions, Pai'its and Oi, NcLs and Twines; Sal't,

Ciothi n, Goiits' anid Ladies' Furnishings,

L N' LADi AS' A. BOYS HATS

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We f..,,i-I, 75 per cent of the Op1, a *. hi ( I'E.
rs an-d .-t- n A in t III
(-tr schools are t;,-. l,,/.-.I .* T. lera i,..-i,,,l in the World. Eu- fo- 4 1I's T i
1i. h -d 0 vears and endorsed by all led- .' i A N PT
SRailway t ,. p.ail Orders
'..- execute a $250 Blnd to Noverv .,- !mg iii tu .U' c '1tt f,
,bont to fura isb him mr her a pos-it or i iL
l,:iUn from $4Oto '.'ia mouth in stateS. A N i IIt N j)ELj |j i (I, I A 'I jAM l iL[I
I.-t .-. of vbe Rocky Mouutainn;, or from t ?, | ta .. n t ." " G lal Rn
-$75 to $100 a month in states wet, of Lh- 1,.. ladE ly Sent
Rockies, immediately upon gjraidnai,.in 4 i
:-i.,I,!,,- cain .-tter at any time. No J.- .;3. i .-j '- (. K fl 1l An,,l ,ftni f
va a.tions. For fitl particulars :',-. 1 . R -'-I ,'Vr "Ii l UU
inganyof o'.r Schonls write Idirect, i.o S\ \ i i --T-,
41o21i( f" .. lrecCh-Loadimngj .W Arec

Tho Morse School W,,iu E
of Tel..graphy, EH 1,P :i OOnE lMyEN _

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Special report to the -3uOv.
nti o 4k, aped th atL !"1 1, ,,)1 %


(' ~roi~c !) n flflt -nqc alk4.I i Ve(liL '
to know tllelio',I i'.'. ic'

~-~i.. iLi.-' zcported th at onie 'Iii."
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Ft ar, '?Ib 1 Tea, T"j) III
G r'anul at ed . 6/ Ile No .......
I 'il'e ~,....5% Gunpowder. 4(
It 1)row ii.. ...... U ncol'-d Jap.4O- ta
Cofl'ee, Condi ilkr, 'j a
Green.-,. 12@20 Itnsweetta a. 10
Ai'huckile,Ih 12-15 Sweetened .. ... IC
Giniger snaps 31b2.5 Etikitig, powder
Zrackecv:, sodt. 1.0 Roval ........5
roil..cco, vilug *2Ocdit C'aim ieli ...... 10
Rtusins Uauiie-d fI'iiit


LondIo tayers.8-15 I'utches ..... 10ai'iJ
Valencia.... .. 8 'oniatoes ..... Sal2
etic ...... 64 Apples... ... 10
kpples Pears . ....... 15
Evaporated... 1'2% Plums ....... 10
Dried 'Peaches 8 Apricot...... 10-'20
Coal Oil pt gal... .20 Strawbelrxies. .. 120
gasoline ....20 Pineapple ...10-.-0
Tlorida Syrup. .. 5 O Caned Meats
10ney ...... .. 5 RoastBeef.,. 12,t
7 'inugr 31 Corned Beef. 12,
CeoeP. p.' lb. 18 Chipped BeeflO-25
tilter3 ., 5'b-35 obster.... '12
Oleoniageri"u.. 18 I Salmon.. 10@15
S ,d ..... 7-10 Canned Vegetables
l3eans....... .. 5 Baked Beans... 10
Cocoaiul pkg... 1. OorC .......10@ 1>
Jelly, glastl 10 al6ii Pea's. .. ... 10
bime .Juice ...... 45 Pumpkin ......
Eggs per doz... '20
PROV IS ION S.
F1I ouIr Pork
Star of S'th 2.85 D.S. pr lb... ... 11
Obelisk ...... 3.25 Bacon Sides.. ..12
Corn Meal prbu'vU-60 Fresh ....... 8al0
(Oat Meal pr lb... 5 Br'kf'stlac'n -1022
Corn per' hu ..'75aSO Ham eanv's'd 15-2i
potatoes Shoulders..... I I
Irish.... . 1 40 Beef
Earlv It'se seed 1.60 Corned...... 8
Sweet.. .. 60@(i75 Fresh ......8 10
ialt, p'r ack. .. ;.0>0 Dried......... *25
Table ........ 5 M ilk pr' qt .... 1
IHAIRDWARE.
Nails, oert lb4a5k Ax,with handle. 75
tGalv wire do.6a6ti Uoes, each .... 35a50)
Manila rope. ..9tl20opper paint, cal 50
4t1,ve ; cook,...8a'25 linseed oil, g-ll. "1
'ipe, per joint 18
dI)K OOlS,
Prints, por yd. 5 Checks ...... 5.5,'
heetiags .... 5a l F tlannel ....... 151.Pl
Muslin ...... Thread per pool. ,5
I' ea s ....... 15 Shoes, ladies .$12 75
Kx tra pan ti8pat 2-25 Men's..$1 10a30()0
MlISCEL LA. N E lO U .S
,H ,v pr ewt. .75al-.5 Oats pr bu ....... 60
Hrt n ........ 1.25 Brick pr M..... 13.00
i.,pe Sisal ..... 7@9 Iine pr 91l,..... 7.
FRUIT and NUTS.
tlauiges p- doz.. 45 Pecans pr 1b. ..... 15
Apples........ 15 W alntits. ........ 20l
Le mons .. ....... 20 Almond . ....... 15
OYSTEIRS
In Iholl pII l, t 1.50 Opened pr ftl . 15,
LIVE S''OCK.
ilur"s... $:30al < G Co s..... .. $:;
Mules.... $50a. 175 Iogs- ... .. $ to $.1
xen.. pr yoke $65 Sheep ......... $.
I'OU I I
ii .sp .... 75 l00 1)uc s ....... 25a50
>-. a. . .. 2>alt

) Mullet pr doz 95c I lll r 1'11 5.50
T ro ... . .. t .... ..... .5 ;
]Poimlal o pr ab.0. r 6 P'oinpaI)o . 10 ),0
Sturgeon ...... HI Mackerel .. . .0
ItJ M H 1t lIl.


FloinoItg,
jlkI, t,1 1. n11 . $ 14,00)


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14:ib, jA ll 2.001
IIit! ateii~ ri,


How's This ."
We o:i'tr One nl nd.:cd itr.:. j I':l rd di
for aniy case of Catarrh that calin Ie
cured biy Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CH.ENEY&CO.. Props., Toledo,O.
We the undersigned. hai ve kn.i'n .i '. I.
Chency fogi (lihe last 1,' years, antd l1,ciieV,
nin perfectly honorable ;n all busine .i
transactions and finl,kln i:tiv a1ie l to carry
out any ohligtationsii made 1y their fitIn.
West&&Traux, Wiiolesale D uggilas,
Toledo, 0.
Walding, Kiunan & Mnirvin,
W wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Oatarrh Curels taken internally
uctiLg directly upo: tile blood aid mu-
cous surfaces of the system. Price, 75e
per l)ottle. Sold by all druggists,
Take lall's Famtily Pills for constipa-
tion.
The Impudent Reporter.
In the year 1874 the Marquis of Duf-
f6rin and Ava, then the governor gen-
eral of Canada, visited Chicago. Con-
cerning that visit he has written: "The
da following my arrival I spent in bed
With a very bad. nervous 'headache, a
fact.whicb was announced to the pub-
lic in the morning by a sensatlpnal par-
aegri;ph in all the papers to the follow-
Ing effect: 'Hlls royal niibs down with
a colic! Doctor sent for.' In fact, all
the time I was at Chicago the papers
teemed with similar elegancies, the
conneluidi:n leading article In the lead-
Ing journal being beaded 'Goodby, Old
Dufferin.' Another paper devoted two
of its columns to a description of an in:
terview between one of its reporters
and myself, In which I was described
as sitting in a silk *li'fe.<~;i gown, suck-
lug sugar and water through a straw,
while I communicated to my interlocu-
tor--whom I always nrdl:.---,-.' as 'old
fellow'--various state secrets andi a
minute detail of nmy private affairs,
though, it Is needless to say, the auth).r
of the narrative had never been within
a blhnrdredr yards of me."

The Hotel Brusel-e.
The position of'- iusher in the barber
shbop of a Inrge h')tel in New. York is
Wov,111 at leaAt $S0 a week if a -yoang
man attends to his business. hotel pa-
trons are liberal tippers. The brusher
Is expected to find seats for customers
If the barbers' chairs are filled and to
hand around the morning and illustrat-
ed papers. The boss barber pays them
no salary. Permission to work In the
shop is considered sufficient compensa-
tion. The hours are long, and in most
cases brusbers are allowed a boy as an
Bg dta1t.


"I


MI. Icuyser's field last Saturday, the
fatal disease' unknown as, tho buz.
zards had, when it was fonnd obliter-
ated all trace of the ailment, but aill
agree tliat it was ;ot yei lo)v louver.
[lev, J. M. Conaii y was a very
weicomo.visito heireo la',t week.


S Mrs. U. Tompkins is on the sick
list.
Dr. Booth was a pleasant caller
0 hete nlait week.
The steam schoonert Cleopatra
w) ent up the bay 1Mounday morning.
'I he prayer meeting at the M. E.
church, Snt.day, was led by Dl)'la
Yo ruigbltodi. There was a gLond .t-
tendance. a.
Mll. Blaiitpied has a fine alligator at
his pl-ace which mleaisnres seven-and-
a-half feet. Comte and see it.
IlThe little son ot J. S. Brooks waS9
badly cut last we ok, wh ile playing
with some other 1bov; but it is hoped
it will not prove fatal.
Mr. and Mrs. 'Fox worth are visit.
ing i,'ic l'palrents at l.itrtford, Ala.
Mr. and Mrs. 1) ugl:tis' andi family
we:e the guests 'of Mrs. 0. C(. Tonp-.
kins, Suit nay.

A Warning to Mtiers.t
Too tiuch care cannot be used wiith
small ciildrenil during the hot weather of
the suil; l 'urler months to gu.ird against bow-
el troi'uies. As a rule it is onlv niecessaryI
to give thie cliid a 0do e of catl r toil to
correct any disorduir of the bowels. Do
not us aliiy substitute, but give t licold-
as.hioned castor oil, and and seeo tat it
is fr-sh, 's rancitl oil nauseites and has a
tt-ndet'cy to grii. If this does not cheek
the bowels give C1ihaml e clain's (Coli'c.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remidy iand then
a (lose of castor .oil. iand t:o N ,1sea e !.:,-V
le checked in its incipiency and li alli ,-
gor avoided. The castor oitnJ' d th:s i,-:1-
cdy shoaii be procured at 11nce a:'d ;'.4'c>
ready for ilistni t \u e aS s-oon n. the ::'islt
inidc.ttion ofi any t4ow l tioulle a '.:-
'!I, is the m ,.,l s ,cos'fui ti a r.a. "
knovn and- may ibe r'I d u'ph v,:it : -
plie.t coniicaice evef in cases of chl'ora
llfaltumin. -For sale bv L, N1. W.ale, St
A.ndru4 N ,:d Ldaybead and ali .cdicin
.iealer'.

Pe'iinorlung .Tudgcires In Enuland.
It is considered an essential condi-
tion of the Engl sh court system that
the j',idg 'e shall be absolutely inde-
pendent financlsnty; that-'iteh' salaries
:-hall be so large andi provision for theIr
f'i'ut C' sh':l! 'ipo tb.ir ref irn' t n' t a b>,
-o ,i :'o *t oV -ed' 4n t "t ino th ea of thi
I<' '\' it'o b}: I".t9 'i: t "ii'",c' 4' .T0';'?x ict C
T in\i'ce r". ,':! :; 7':V c :-'." c';;'5i




;-'ti'y do<,. bhs -wo'"k or 8,7.2i0.75 a
cirt', thi' 4 dc 0:'ence between tlia s:!-
ary antd pl<-',:,:'on. TThe lor'l ch'h:ncellor
!s an;,hd t) ;i a i.nsioi of $24,832.)50 a
y'a'r for l:e,. however short his tenure
of tboh c(-hnellorship.


BEST FOR T'HE


If you haven' a 1 'requ:l'ar, b'on'lty movement? the
boweli. every day, you're ill or vill be. Keepyour
bowels oipenl, nid be well. Force, in the shape of
violent physic or pill poion, is dangerous. The
smoothest, casict, nost perfect way of keeping
the bowels clear and cleau is io takea
CANDY
CATHARTIC C -


EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
Pleasant, Palatable, Potent, Tasto Good, Do
Good, Never Sicken, Weaken or UrApe: 10, 25 and
5O cents perbox. Write for tree sample, aen book-
let on health. Adflress 433
Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN






Real Estate Apent,


PARKER, FLA.,

Is prepared to list property
for Sale and )pay taxes or
collect rents for ihon
resi1 e1nts.
Terms Reasonable.

LAM BERT 3. VA l{E.l

L M WARE & SON,
Dealers !n and Agents for the
Sale of

Real Estate.






i D ^iC L&ES


Lemons


as Medicine


Their Wonderful Effect
on the Liver, S(omach,
I Bow.els, I idneys
and Blood.
Lemons are largely used by The
Mozley Lemon Elixir Company, in
compounding their Lemon Elixir,
a pleasant Lemon Laxative and
Tonic-a substitute for all Cathartic
and Liver Pills. Lemon Elixir posi-
tively cures all Biliousness, Consti-
pation, Indigestion or Dyspepsia,
Headache, Malaria, Kidney Disease,
| Dizziness, Colds, Loss. of Appetite,
Fevers, Chills, Blotches, Pimples,
all Impurities of the Blood, Pain in *
the Chest or Back, and all other dis-
eases caused by a disordered liver
and kidneys, the first Great
Cause of all Fatal Diseases.
WOMEN, for all Female Irreg-
ularities, will find Lemon Elixir
a pleasant and thoroughly reliable
remedy, without the least danger of
possible harm to them in any condi-
tion peculiar to themselves. 5oc
and $i.oo per bottle at
ALL DRUG STORES

"One Dose Convinces."
natro the tujin iJer's 1urnati.Me.
Modern Cailro mint.' be a 1-ort of gain-
biier's ptradlse, Jufg:ngs from ,,omei
fia vi lhih i r'ently h.ad front a
fi':id i'ho-hias been in\'est-igaiting the
subject. In oito of tho prit"'tK I stereo'
Pa'" Mohv,:u.i 01, A'i 0 'townaWe a t,_
to! .rd,; t;wo\ al tu o vt / wl!u o r ion '


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'> a g':t r i'iL;n h ,':, d t ,,t ,) L'i. '.i

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Barber and Hair Dress- A .i .. .

ing Parlor, ;i

Commerce Avo' East of BIoy i I
Office, 'K rib__
.Everyt in,, newv, neat .*il 1- f-- "
clean11 and pat.rots riven tle , t. vc-.Mn I H ,ONEN T .
(courteous 0 il carefuI a,* "nt i Non CAROLu ,\ PCOPLE


Wa;htilers ot Danvers.
One day a stranger strolled into the
'td iP'r'y fhiv'trn at Danvers. A inun-
, r o ," o w" e-r''e t '.1i0 1; ib.' oi.c1o
,'I 'e:'. ;','.'ld by the neweornt, "Will
Su ':' i where I may : i

'.. yi' '.' t .;i(- ;:O i, not na-tive
:. t l ,ivni :. "', ,:i; euft wh'') had.
lived in it a ;n unb4 r of years .3and be-
longed to New Engnnd, -?poke up, say-
ing: "You nwan J.oe Wohittier, the con-
tractor? IHe liwve at Danversport."
"No. no; 1 refr to John G. Whittier."
"John G'. Whittier? Never heard of
Im. T'1 ','- n;y ot]jer Whittier in thi,
I i' :s t< '. the lo'-nV house. IIeH live4 on Ei'x
stre.,t."
'. 'tr';atg.,r became both amiu.ed
and in:mptieint and sa-d: "I am talking
;'out Johln (. Whit'ier. th" pno"t. He's.
kci., you t10 ."-. I wwant to find out
'.vhere his ho:in' vs.""
"Oh, we!l," said the yo'-nng business
n.t with a si- it) 1:',p1't I, ,vr'"'.'.. ion, ";f it-; anybody
\ o's; u-:.:A :r, :' rht over tv) 1'0151 Cro-
'. i'i-takir, across t'e strIct.
:ic'I! t?1 you3 all anbou-t it."-I-ost.n
lierald.


P'in i .il t.An;il. S'-rrTow often
,')i~o', it l,:1. tih ',f:.t t.hre is in 1s. Hian-
-'.s .*'0- nt ld,'velop character. It
-ve:' it s'f -f 0 brichtnes and decks It
vith pri -:'n-tic bubMb.ks. It takes those
.'' r- on _:1 ,',g arm o6f .; f-.'ih'n., to,
;:'o;'b' the do(pths'a id brng out the
eXarts i.',at lie rl'...,-.. -The host mug-
it:"c f ace are lined by thought andt
t bA' c-tire. r '.-., unselfish love, even
o :.'pha,-e't and unappreciated, en-
obiio the lover. It Is the frivolous,
-uty bn emotin s that fritter away
hara(ttor arln' make ficees insignificant.
'> fall in high aim after earnest and
t et offo(rt i not failure. The gain
S:;. in ,,gih oid discipline will
ea';r in ohr (1* di-t'ions-. Misfortune
"s tt n"'Ii in the history of the world
on t'o ''a of makin-g a poet. ora-
', :'l:?, : .{"op-t, scientist or states-
.:'. o,'t ', a '"n'sio nvbwho-'e c career but
S' :i ft'e or phiAyslicl (disabili-
,I i hav' 'een 'l nmonplace and
'!i.ited.- Mediieal Talk.
uvorcoiinlng His T 1eiper.
l 'ro'- :-:e)ti; e Mother-in-law Before
S ry my son I want to tell you
."' t';:t 5he ih:'s a frightfill temper.
>" <-. -*;.-,*,, ino-: "hter.-ln-law-7-Oh. Uiat's
i: nml will cure him of
,: 4 *t' o :i vt' a i i ~, !y bad
S iLit ntina cured mee








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tires find sta tues, arces .anJ c.on
nltades in bronZeC and .011 i, ,.,t iJ po'lhNV-
ry and Cn'riac, 'wtade'llriuwiO!I by Tv-
ilan dyes and a locOal red ve have iit
been nabe to ') epeat, tl, .'.,f'i imnu 'h of It

Journal.
A little f !oreIt.ought Trav y'aS re n i' o
oind of ttrouitl. Anvoule wh minaks it a
rule to keep l'han rlIii's 'C !ie,. Cholei'ra
an I 'Di:)r:i'tr'ea lin'dy ait hand kInows s
thisq to I. a*' -rc t. it'+ ,..art.. ,,
S A fqd'roe an: Bi e I! -,. 1", ll? o iicin"



eaI t "'. ,
-jw . ,
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'. Colic. Cholea and
Chamberlain's Diai rhoen Remedy.
Never fails. Buy it now. It nay save life.


kVi hi"1tiY '%V& ,,"i P%, g",-there'sro"sfha d.
.14 1 I.. vi "e',4- i Iw-451') 'irt to,v

., l~t isn 'd ll Cby 1i-ne,.t p, .1v In tho m dtt41, ,ilt 'r. ~
It4 1 V t 4. 4'004..t i~l~i4..1'ti 54asit m'as m'4 i.t
I U.. 4 '4, ~.W13 i~ste y tId Fi0 t A 1. 0 010i iuco. 40 %)
not anS ,0 .1y 14(ut.titi (aIr411 icot It
wo 44will buy iitkLA..'k. ebitioa c4*apitall 4 t (.4144.4.0
'44, Il tell yoin ourlwordllispoodl. T..I4'~ ~. ~4.1
t. l ,w", oder four Fivft Quari@-.of' ir I I
I a l 1 -w amiple bottles, 01ne 15, ont III car .otd-a 4.4.k-
1,J r t.:2 gtfttsi4all r 1... t$5.90)45 i~ts lite
r a'.r. .ilclput int- *one.- Full Ou24-f U1' ria.
t..-- ,eo hie. whiskey only?7 yca i -- . nil%, 1 ', iv 0.
1,-wlii'tw ill tuinish tw'enlty Nil .4(5(1 t otticic 4iin re.
-b',xes -1, n I- O .1m4..~'Cito''i L-1, aa

THE CASPER COI. (Inc.)


MA r. and Mrs. 'lly ils..n arriv-
ed fromi M"Mobile on the. "Trtpon, la t
trip and wi'. occupy their *,ttago in
\VWest 'inud for the season...
$tate Solicitor .J. W\alter "'I,.he of'
M a' ianna cauiiw ,e, fr'exii. ,'e::aen!,
on the Tarpont, las tiip,,ni joined
his family thalt had iprecedc.J i;m
here by several days. T)ley v ill ie-
mnain until Mr. K<0hoe has to attend
his court at iint next session.
WV M, (Conlway i uiatnlutlt of
Pctway, near Cottondale tJ sojourn-
ing with hi.s famllily in the Witherili
cottage on tihe lay froHnt .where the
family expect Jo rein.tiq. until cold'
weather comes, while Mr\. C. will be
goi:ig back anrd forth .between St.
Andrew and his place of tusinelri.
F. A. Hentz and family of *Bristol,
Liberty county, Fla.,'. ;-il spend a
/few months on the Pay h iil are es-
tablished in one of the" 1)..ty cottages
in West End.
There is a plea.-ait f'.i iy i- uion 1
at R. M. Baker's in O., Tv FnI. '1I eii
sons, James of Thilahiaei an.I R;ib-
eit of Pensacola are enjtae ing, a visit
with h heh, "'TMe,; f HI' Hn1
brother who reside bliee. ,,

LIFE IN THE BALKANS.
An Oblildag IVoiwImn Vs'Ino e HoVEt

Miss Edith l urhati ia her vno'lume of
travel, "iThe Burden of the i '.. i."
tells this 'Ile' story 1fifFe in th't re-
gion: "Ooe nii:'ht a man uime to usI
niyste(-ioud,;ly. tie s.aid that in his- vii
lago there weirv tl;rete trIit1. :. i,'fore
anything f-':irho'r cou>!d, ;f;, ti,-y
aMuit be ,:";.,yed. Thevy ;'.! no!
be .-hut, i'.tr this wouli pLr:tll)I blng
clown t1:" ai rh' I "id;l wa-s' i.i.os
iit;'_ t,? :, l :.y ,; G i -'.. ".:,-'i the !;'v on
t.4e s'.,e ,>( ii at 'i11 very 'St"';'tl( en
fo,.'d.l I itt '..m I 'sch s a
i t'i'l. of the doctor. No du:iAt if she,
a.*- '."1 himi.v ho w-u'd v'.iii0 r ht' some
th1-, g Li)it 'col?! be put !i .co'.,oe'. T hen
th 1 th 'ee ge 'nri c..un cI l '._i d 14 it .'kd to)
supl.f. r ;i' u 1 i .' r; p.i idic't '.- tr.4-r ces
quietly ,'r.:iin;., doubt thfbt 1 -'-hoiill fulfill this huumblei
re('t esli ."
(if the ilm'.1gi'rs of snmalpox and like
d' ,';' -', : .is )uiam says lhiOt the'
B3" k:mn pplle .low, a chidiika Ig-
tnoin''e. whe M rite:: "At one village
w) (.1 I v-; l',::vX' 'I was "auked to
'i *,: .a til' ih, ackshtesh to the p1 iest's
Sf. ''ovor woman' they sid. 'Two
i :M '" lit'.e elidrohitu are i!t of the
::'..t t! x. ce, hi"t diAed, she hisa had It
,",':,,it n. I r not- yet well, but ,she
-<,, '.',1 yo',"' sui'?.per in hel' own hboie
n,., brog;!:t it here for you!' Another
In ,' a von'an rushed oat of a ,hoiise,
s'ei:..i'd w.i iln ber arms and iL;''. *I .m,
1upon ..t'her cheok 'i" -;.- I -r.!.:'.' ed
fr'e. HieTr three I, ,Ir-4 were ,.dowan
V,!;h 10 tn' liil.,:. iiuil tIdS 'ilrnU. ',:,eting


ii4 I1It.'
Wliv a0, .apt,.! t,> IM LO I i h lr l, j

PC i: ,,lI ATC C ITY.
It 1'asi tiJ-,-i ". O-t-r to'1 i.i ;i n ind,

I'oin4peii, as can bo .'..e ii oh every
hiiti!, wa, what BRlwtr-Lytton de-
K4'r'.'ij it-a. toy city, ,x"l, ,i over to
imit.tion andmluxurv. I.ilmu set lboth'
the extmuple and the, pace.
The excavations which 3Ilve prooeve-
,l for more than a ceptuiy and a half
mny be said now to be fairly com-
lleted. Nothing more is needed to
(e,5i' bthe ar.aebologist to recon-,ttr"ct
li.' life (of tlhe ancient RP)iuan colonilly-
i-.'ithti l o.se to startle .the, modern seek-
The :n'. ;'(s, the villtis. the theait'ers,
ber b..t, tie gardens, .discdntomited at
lho;t, lie g;apng to theskiep in heaps
uf -'arSi'gltiod u'alble and geanite, whi.-
lioering their story intvhap to the moon,
yet telling it plainly enough to the
passerby under the comihon light of
iay--a story of indolence apd frivolity
miistiken y l the seumitarbaric mindiid
for pi.-aslre. of g',g'euns displays in
putblec place, m'y -t":ious .org L. p'i'i
v;;t'. feasts ineti a'table, 'Tion1i Ilibe
14on 0to 'Ie C ,,4s. gadiatorl',a (:oinbmttS,
chem'.eii,1! .racitin, '.iiian *ibei'n'?1 fed t, ;
':>n:- -Ji in itiinicry 6' ,'"ie. ,. f IRoimue
. ";yi,_.p,'v gitf ,r<). wa 'rd cout':.r
to,':)rd the fal. '
A I they had tO dceorat tithe ,ecie,
wilin and w ihont the i-.. '"' .''


Not icc It) ttl'('(i tAslV'i.
f'it ('viuit of tlethi CuittvJudge, SItitfe o

tit ic ZE taite of Lauibe't AT. XXate.
To all 'creditoris, I'eglltee:4, listl-ibuteet
r; d( all -IPe 'seli i s hav 4igCM Am s5 0'ote d
manidii iagakiuit sait Est~ateo: .I.
A oiil aand t-ak 11o f 3 oil K r("1ioi'.'bi 211 oti Ac'd
an eqi'red to pi't'eiii 4141y'claims 4and(
deai d ,, I Cl ic'h 4011 oi-' etit'1 ithe fyoji mci
hivte agpiainst the ('State of' launbert' K
Wa're, iheieased, Ila! aof 'a4itg-i
Cill it' :Floridia, t~othe ti'mderstgtls dex-
e,'iiiork' of Aid e:,state, 14'it1hii4 1440 iC'
11o0inthle date hereof'.
Ilatvd at St. Andrevin, h'orida, Nntgnt-t
~it A. 1V. 19145.

L4AMBERT '('MI. YA~iE.

IsrAIMA'tEN I' '-i- 4E1.1: co.
,fioly 17,34i, l
Not ice i- heidi i1-1i\""i1thatt IL-.tl4'
144g-rian11'41 ' Hr tt k't e- Slod 44L'.'x'of1Ilits
.iltolli oi 'U to ill s0 C' :(.s 't.'i 4 i n- 4

'ilit Colirt --.0 Vernlet, oilCi 4c
19'05, NA
A N D RE "' Ail 1'V7, oft Ymt-i .4 1'11,.4
Ed.l nil 44for 'LI) '11-i o4,I'll 41' 121'
IHe nam1'e file flloT 1)4 Iig x-. ; 1141- 10t T
pr1ove li" ,'olaiou r i i.il1ttt '0 4-lnt'- iip 04
land eotiltialt-.ii .oid 1.u.,t 4w
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Adie o 1:iei-'4'ito !ui vIoy'

eniuriesinil sil ltltti'd'11to






ow'os on tIthelWk-' P Line for yune

lie vpat'---on ttlictlon l -- ttIe townq
n1111 or cit'k ('a lls all thec yotiug people
og Ilier ali(d, 1141' .44 -.rhlosfa 'Ii -
he plid '14s:y 'fl(' oi 'lc'' ''.4f4
ind Vitewi n My, dq' V 'rth" rade ibyear.
MG IM E u U4 the P'iULT~or LO)'bca2


\\ hy is it tat A- e' > .: .
Vigor. does so many ,.rik
able thinb-!,? Because it is a
hair food. It feeds the hair,
puts new life into it.. The hair


Hair Vigor

cannot keep from growing.
And gradually all the dark,
rich coldr of early life comes
back to gray hair.
"When I first used Ayer's Hair Vigor my
hair was about all gray. But now it is a nice
rich black, and as thick as I could wi.h ."
MRS. SUSAN KLOPPENSTIEN, Tuscumbia,
Ala.
$.00 a bottle. J. C. AYER CO.,
All drugists for Low'll, Mass.


Gray Hair

The 'lint- iot ....
.T. Dotgei t, the conoi4diau, has been
gar::ed aA tie founder of aqiiatih
.)or-t in Eingintid, since be tfirt insti-
Itedo, in 1716, annual prige, for row-
.;, l.l. thi'ie r, iw rini.tr':.i! s baho-
,'or 'con'rbitua uirtil 1ie pien. .uL day.
*ut ii t:he winter of 17 l. >.l ly;tl,
a ;iil tl< S 'Avoir Vivve chui' deter-
to ; hi. t >. '>)i wii; y'O ry '
;. :" itii : .. i ri l a y evoe
"'i's >., .i; ;itri.tnmzel for June 23. 1775,
1 it :t.; y to whole river froi a
4;:,. ,,i bridge to the Ship tavern at'
'il U.ti w VsN cove'a*l 1 with ple:Asullre
,;i, both S'idls of the wvatitr as um-
.n ti; upov a r'nce of a spl-ndid fair.
Iwo t'Sf i'e wrrow \ei, and at 1iwe con-
(,l:;.;':,n of the sport the invit:'d gusiits
pro, c'oceted to the rotunda at I.ti, .1 .a1 ,
where ,' *.'i'r was served at 30 o'clock,
after which a ball was given in the
Temple of Neptune, a temporary
structure erected near the rotunda, the
company including the Dukes of
Gloucester and Cambridge, the lord
mayor and several ambassadors.

Public is Arouse,..
The public is aroused to a knowledge
of the curative merits of that grrealt
medicinal Ionic, Electric Bitters, for
sick stomach, liver, and 1k-dneys. Mary
II. Walters, of 546 St. Clair ave.. Co-
lumbus; Q., writes: "For -everal
months, I was ::hi..11 up to die. I had fe-
ver and a,'le. my uerve-s \ve u'retk e'd:
I could not steep, and nmy stomach ws
so weak. from useless doctor's' druty.
that I could not eat Soon atl.e'r be-ini-
nin, to take Electric Bitter, 1 ohobtain-
ed relief. and in a short time I was en-
tirely cured." Cuar'enteed at A. II
Brake's store. Pri-:e `>0A.


4HRMAN AMERICAN LUMBER Co1



Manufacturers of


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Dealers in General Merchandise,

Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions and Feed.


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GENERAL MERCHANTS,

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ARE NOW PREPARED TO FILL ALL ORDERS FOR

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Whether Large "r Sma Write for Prices.




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that bother me."-' Philadelphia Ledger.


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Dry G oods, (-rocerics, Provisions,

Boat Stores, Hay, Grain and Feea Stuffs.
We carry at all timii s a Well Selected Stock of M 'erhandie adapted ta :
the St. Andr,.Sv tay trade.
COUNTRY PRODUCE BOUGHT AND SOLD,
FISH AND OUSTER DEPOT IN CONNECTION,
We will Not Be Undersold ,
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ITS' FOR YOU,


*" Health .




The Drink of the Trop-




ASyrup Dispensed at

All Soda Fountains.
METTO is m'lla hI'oru the ripe berries
of thIe Su.bal Sorrilata ,or Saw Pal-
rletito combln Iiil \wit h aromlatics
a id fruit acids. 'ITherei is nothing
i:l M'ETTO that wiVl harm an in-
fawt, but for all that it will

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CAI A EX(; IT E'MI N ',N
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BIJI.f 'I'lSSURbE,
S'l i U OATE TH I E L IVEIl.
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KIDNEYS.


JafbynvilleFa.


Jacksonvile, Fla.-


KILLTM COUCH
Atr ORE THE LUNCS

w" r. King's


INew iscovery

--' ONSUMPTION Price

OR COLDS Free Trial.



















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A MAP OF ST. ANDREW MARKS

30x50 inrs.h correctly platted and
shncwing all the more I portalit
bui.li.n-is of great .value to any.
ent o e. o ..tem platin- pfrctasihg prateu,
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ANCIEWS I A\COUN'RY,,
Showing all the lands 'lir ien! ofrbyt






t'he Cincinnati Company, also locate-
frrisonv. Iarter, Cromaftou anfoi

adjacent conntry.o The plat of the
liliets of not shown, bt by ite aid eo

\ thi's map the atproximate location ol
any let is easily determined. Price













SO'ie' DOllar, at the BU oy Office.
h.winler map twiH be sent by mail to





Our Clubbing List. e

'ts isBUO has made very liberal olt.
th ling arrangemoute with i few of the vero
S~' lhe'tpuhlartions inat the Buontry Ofand frice.
Sti. e present ican bed fora whole year




'phe BUOY and
Dbt.MWt Free Press (twice-a-week
A, id Tear Book)............ 1 7
'T Se Fla T. U. & C'iii7-n, daily for 85
dob Semi weeklr,for~l 55
Stisltific A'rierican'i .... 3: 5
S Farmer aud Fruit Grower ... 5
S Flotid 'A ricultuti L.t 2 .5
do: cluii I.. 5, ench 2 .a*
i. arm Journal, Philad'a, nioiilhlv I I'
S" cinuiati Fhiqi, ir'-,r twice a week
8 large pages each issue.... 7
A'tlantat,,n-titutiou .. 1 75
Y. '.Y. World (thrice a wpk).... ..1 70'
t'he Oosmopolitanu.............. I 75
The Criterion................... 5
or. tany or either of thi abuvt puhlica.
tows il cotinect,,.'u with the BUOY, tad
o airt ordesrto 1 HE BUOY,
S't,. .ndrea' FiA.


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Notice of Application for Tax
DLeed
UndeT Section 8 of Onapter 4888 Laws of
Florida
Notic, is hereby given that E. F. Tav-
lot-, puc'has' ol Tax Certificate No. 8,
dateil the 6th day of uIV,A. .)., 1903, has
file said certificate in my office, and has
nisde application f.r tax deed to isse in
acec. irdace wtith law. Said certificate em-
brtices thle t..llowing descr ibed property
situated in Washington cninty, Florida,
lo-wit: The e' of the nw1 and the oe,
of thLe sw1< of see. 7, tp. 4s, rl:- w t'he
said liind being asse-sed at, tile date of
the issuance of such certificate in the
Name of Unknown. Unless said certifi-
cate shall be redeemed according to law,
tax deed will is utie thereon on the 31st
day of August, A. D. 1905.
Witness my official signature and seal
[L. s.j this lth 23-d day of July, A u.
I'I(,. W.C. LOCKEY;
Clerk Circuit Courlt
Notice of Application Ifor Tax
Deed
.Und'er Svectio, 8' of Chapter4-'- Laws of
,* .' .F lorida.-
SNo'ice isirereby given that t)anie'lWil.
Iiamas, urhs 37, dated the liii day of July. A, D.1d03,
har filed .-ai ce:rtifirare'in my office, and
ha" made application for tax deed to "is-
sue in accordance with law. Said certifi-
cate embraces the following descriLed
property situated in Washington county,
Florida, to-wit: The nw' of the sw of
sec. 4, tp. 3 n, r. 14iv,. 40 acres more or
less. The said land bcing assessed at the
date of the issuance of such certificate in
the name of Unlinow'n. Unless said cer-
lificate shall be rAdeemed according to
law. tax deed will issue thereon on the
:31it day of August, A. D. 1905.
\Vitic. my f .lt' livi i-iginature and s6 a]
[. s.1 this the ':2.th day of July, A. D.
1905.
W. C. LOCKEY,
Clerk Circuit Dourt,
of Washington County, Florida.
Notice ot Application lor rTaxi
)eed(I
IT:ider ctuota 8, Chapter 1888 Laws of
YI rida.
Notice is hereiby giv, that J. A. Ac-
Keitlten, purchaser of Tax Certificate No.
94,d tled Ih, the, t, d'y of July, A. N i903,
lh,s filed said certilicate in tl y otiee, and
has made a plication for tax deed to is-
sue ini accordance wirth ivW. said cer ifi-
cate cmnliraces tile following described
property situated in Wi zli,ngton county,
Florid i, to-wit: One hundreds (100) acres
in the so corner of the sej14 of section 2S,
tp) 2s, r 14.v. The s ,id land leing a ssoss-
ed at the dnte of the issuance of such
certificate in the name of John Tiller. Un-
less s;iid certitieate shil 11 te redeemed ac-
cording to law, t x deed wiil issue there'-
onil t c 31st day of Auust,jA. D. 1905.
Witness my ficlal ii'It ii tue and seal
S[,. s this the 24thl day of Ju.ly, 1 ,05.
WV. C. LOOK Y,
Clerl Circuit Court,
a.- iingltoi county. FI .
Notice of Ap iicatioi for Tax
I)ee(l.
U.dcer Section 8 of Clai.ter 4888 lEaws of
.^t-' l id.m.
Notice is herhby given thnt J.- (0
Gwaltney. peurcrh-,-it .L-Ta r C,'tifl r0e
No. 21i, dated t.- Tth dayl 14 --IjA. .,
1903, has filed said certificate in mivoffice,
aid hi ts made application ior tax deed to
issue in aeco-.:'dani('e with law. Said cer-
tificate embraces the following described
property'v situated in Was ington county.
Floaida, to-wit: Lots 12, 13 ail 14 block
1, swi4 sec 30, tp 3s, ir 15w. The said
land living assessed at the dateof the is-
suance of such ',.t;llicate in the name of
Unknown. Unless said certificate shall!
be redeemed according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the31st day of Au-
gust A.. J905.
Winee+ my official signature and seal
[L.s.j this the 21th day of July, A.,.
1905, W.lC. LOCKEY,
Clerk Circuit Court
of Washington County, Florida.
Notice of 'Application for Tax Deed
Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888
Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that Jackson
Shepard, purchaser of Tax Certificate No.
24, dated the 6th day of July, A. D. 1903.
hts filed said certificate in my office ani
has made application for tax deed to is-
sue in accordance with law, Said certifi
cate embraces the following described
property situated in Washington county,
Florida, to-wit: Tke an of the swi of nxwj
of section 16, tp 4n, r. 13w; 20 acres. The
said land being assessed at the dste of the
issuance of such certificate in the nam
o0 T. L. Garfield: Unless said certificate
shall he redeemed aerordihg to law. tax
deed will issue thereon on the 31st day oi
August, A. D. 1905.
Witness my official signature and seal
[L. S.] this .the 24th day of ,July, A. D.
1905. W.C LOKFCYY,
Clerk Circuit Court,
Washington County, Florida.


LEGAL NOTICES.

Notice ol Application for Tax Deed
Under Section 8 of (Chapter 4: ',
Saws of Floiida.
Notice isi hereby given that B.
T'hompson, purchaser of Tax Cert ficate
No. b9. dite'd the ith day of July, A. ..
1903, his filed said certificate in my I .II .. ,
and ijas made application for a tax deed
to issue in accordance with law. Said
certificate embraces the following de-
scribed property situated in Washington
county, Florida, to-wit: Tlhe swi oft the
nw} and the nw of thie swt and the se14
of the swj. of section 18, tp. 31, r. 13w.
The said land 'being assessed at the date
fthe issuance of snech certificate in the
name of Joshua Menge; Unless said cc.'-
tificate shall be redeemed according to
law tax deed will issue Ihereon on the
31st day of August, A. D.. 19054
Witness my ,.tfi..i11 signature and seal
[L. s ]' this the 29th day of July, A D.,
1905. W. C. LOCKEY,
Clerk Circuit Courti,
Washington County, Florida.

Notice -of Application for Tax
Deed
Under Sehtion 8 of Chapter 4888 Laws of
FloTida.
Notice is hereby giveit that J. N.
Brock, prrchaser of Tax Certificates Nos.
7 ii and 72,dated the 6tu day of' July, A.
n. 1903, has filed s id certificates in mv
office, and has maada..appical.ji_ ,jr .l.ix
deed to issue in a'dn'f it5e t
.Said certificate embr iceg the following
described piop rty, siltuate-. in Walshihg
.ton county, Florida, to-wit: An' acre lo't
n of nw corner of B. Young lot section 2,
tp. 4n, r. 16w, 1 acre assessed as prop. of
Vidonia Lenten, and lot commencing 105
feet s of nw corner of swi o' se iind
runiiiin g to a siol) ati nw corner of' Ca \ in
Gibson's land; thence w to point of' ocgin-
.ning, swi of sti of sec 2, tp 4 ni, rl16 w.
The said land being assessed at the date
of the issuance of said certificate in he
name of Edward iSharter. Unless said
ce-tificates shall oe redeemed according
to law, tax deed will issue thereon on the
31stdayv of August, A. 1. 1905.
Wiltesa mly official signature and seal
[L. s.] this the 22d day of July, a. D.
1905 W. C. LOGKEY,
Clerk Circait Court
of Washington County, Florid i.


twip is r.lP3w.
He names l,., following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
T. L.Mashburn, J. L. Mashburn,, J.
.M. Mashburn, G. W. Croorn.', all of
Bayhead, Ft'a,
'W.G. ROBINO Reistcr.

N 1,'l'.C -' -OTPUBLh I C'.'I I:;
DErT .TMENTO 'THI'r ITirEaIoR.
Land Office at G :inesville. Fla._
Ane. 14, 190)5.
Notico.is herebv given thit tthe follow-
ing named settler lhas tiled notice o this
intention i to nake final pt'oof in support of
iis claim, and that said proof will ic made
itefore the clerk'of the circuit court at
Vernon, Fla., on Sept. 20,1905. viz.:
ERVIN EASTER of Anderson, Fla.
Hd 33607 for the swi otof ofsec. 7, tp is,
r.-13w. .
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said labd, viz.:
Adam Gainer of Econfina, Fla., Calvin
Midett, David Hobby and Sam Lewis of
Anoerson, Fla.
W. G. Ro Iso s, Register.
WrEditor's fee paid.
Notice of Applicationi for Tax
Deed
Under Section 8 of Chapter41888, Laws of
Florida.
Notice is hereby given that A. T. Brock,
purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 110. dat-
.id the 61h dav of July, a. n. 1903, has filed
iZ id co'rtlficAt in my office, and has made
application for tax deecd to issue in ac-
cordance with l,,w. Said certificate em-
braces the following described. property
situated in W -ashitii ton county Florida.
to-wit: Lof 6, block 26 of tile iuei of ,so(c.
1, tp. 4s, r. 15w. The said land being as-
sessed at. the date of tlie isUal cGe ot such
certificate in the name of Unknown. Un-
less said certift'catc sihal be redcemcd ae-
cording to law, tax dc,'d will i-sue tlhtrv-
on1 on tthe 31st dl y ttO' A\u u-t, A. '* .,.
W itles ny olici'tl 'ig:ature anl isenl
[i. s.] this the 2ilt 1 of 'ilt A 1.
1905. W. Q. LOC)t.EY,
C l,'ik Cir' t ';i o rt,
on (v 2 Ur T !,ihi


A RIDE UP PT'KEF' PEAK.
It Is Llabitle o Alyt.-t Liiferaily 1turst
Your Uft To ta;e a ple.e:.> r'., r e ft ualmos!
literally -b ir-st- ,.. i' I :h o t- u i i
novelty tir;inL" i it .:' ., it is to be pi'e
Ulnmed. foir ithe t c. r t;rl s-ekcr.
But tijmt is wi.t Oi a hApp.s WS t,.1
him who e-a' t l A;: li,ei;'.h off
Pike's peak. -1<.01 f/'tt abwve ''; 'leve l.
"I weit lip on the(t co': roi'j i oi
M anitou," sai'Jd 'a I it::i ; .. ;:;i:), "'il
company wtbh a ;uy oi tOuli't. an"l
before we re.:'.lild tiei Hall way Hlou
there were two wh, .: bvi;-l s!.. t
positive symptoms of di>i.tress that at
the first stop they had to leave and
take the next train Tdwn. The rest or
us continued. In a seat a little in front
of us was a yoing girl who had benu
growing gradually lhysterical andi whom
We had been waIt-.i'-t. curiously to
see what would happen ni'xt. It hap-
pent.dI. Suddenly s ie ti'.'ew up her
hands a ind fell backward, with blood
gushiun from hiwr month, ears, eyes ani-
nose. The conductor, who was evi-
dently accustomed to such scenes, told
her escort to lay her flat on her back.
as the pressure was less there than at
the head height in a sitting posture.
Then, at the next station, she was tak-
en olt and sent back to Manitou by the
wtTon road. They didn't dare to tike
Ler tl. diby train, as the (qii;k'l eblhingo
"to -thle dtnser aTr miOlit hdvl pro'io-d
serious.
"Well, we kept going, and reached
the top. I thought I'd take a short run
in the fine, rarefied air, and I did-
took a dozen lT'eps, when my heart be-
gnn to beat like a trip hammer, and I
concluded that running at that height
was not for me. They told me you
couldn't boil e :--: or beans up there. I
dou't know, bca use I didn't try. We
had our pictures taken sitting on a
rock up in that barren spot, where
nothing will grow but the edelweiss,
and bought some souvenirs. Then we
came down, and, so far as I am con-
cerned, they can level the mountain
tomorrow. I'll never have any more
use for it. Manitou, Garden of tho
Gods amd North (',- ,lij.i',o canyon for
mine, but no more of that sky busi.
ness."-EIaltimore News.
A New Languiage lMethod.
If a pcron has, its the Celts say,
'only one side to his t',,ni' and
wishe-s to add to his resources in the
matter of language it might be well
for him to apply to an old man in'
Scotland, whose methods of Instruction
are simple. They are described in-
"Scenes in Scotland" by Mr. Sinclair.
A lady visiting in the north of Scotf'
land wished to get some idea of the
Gaelic and employed an old native to
give her a course of language lessons.
: -_ Scotsman took the Bible for the
text book, and, opening it at the be-
gInning of Genesis, he said:
"Now, ma'am, I'll read this to you
in the Gaelic, and you'll see yourself
how it will go."
With solemn intonation 'and an ap-
pealing, triumphant glance toward the,
lady at the end of every clause, he.
loudly read the first four verses and
paused to watch the effect. Then he
said in a tone of deep conviction: '
"Now, ma'am, if you'll take your
own Bible and turn to that chapter Ra ti
reafl it in English'you'll see it's just
the selfsame thing." ,.:
The old nmaa was much surprised that
the lady did not continue her lessons.

The Oldest Book.
Max Muller said that the Brahmans
in particular pride themselves on the
age of their Vedas, which, according
to some critics, date from 6000 B. C.;
according to others, from 1200 or 1500
B.C. Even this more moderate date
-*Is 1'far beyond that of the Old Testa-
a p''t or any other sacred book, so that
to theBrahiiins must be given the cred-
it. if i- t th'r beL' of 1 po0 tssinc tle-
-S.<' the mr n-t ri'mote and conse-'
...tly t.' >4t 'i'iult of the sacredal

aw~r ,.... ... a .
LEGAL NOTICES.

NOTICE FOR PUBLIC NATION.
DI )EPARTME I NT OF TH'-i INTERInOR.
Land Otlice at Ganmcsville,Fla. a.
July 31, 1905.
N.... t.,is hereby civen that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to mn ke fin d proof in sup-
port of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before the clerk of the
circuit court at Ve, non, Fla., on Sept.
20th, 1"" ., viz:,
WALTER. A. P'INCKNEY of Bayhead.
Sii ;'. al.t 1 ,
Hid :;i, :i for the e ofl se sei of r.oe of
sec. 21, and the.swl, of sw of see 22,


ple, ,and -a I'm the only shiftless one
they hae:1- a habi't of loading all the of-
fices uponlU my shoulders. On second
thought," the relief on his face becom-
ing coluplete'"I am glad you have ar-
rived so early. These things natural-
ly fall i to line with a teacher's du-
ties. Yoe.will design the schoolh6u se-
of logs. ybu l.now---.le.-t the books and
make out a llit of the apparatus neces-


.I. *
eii s." - .. .-. --+ ., ,









1"t )V''in f-o iau titie, stood in the

So,"s the pr airie.' land's gaze
Siyl' al-u g hit ; fene3 a d over
his few bctteriug cattle and then re-
tuned to the object whichh had brought
him to the 4d0r--the mail wagon.
The six. 'lugouts a d store in sigthe
and a few .hre isolated dugouts be-
low t e horizon comprised Cattleboro,s
dignity ied with a triwee mailce and
havhig ylauid as the mniost literary
hian few'of cttering cattle and the re-




him ent of the bulk of the mail, Its cus-

As the Wix. drew near in saig

and preetly that tolat second occu-
o', the ho:izon comprised Cattleboro,




padignitied with a an.triweekly mail and
drewman of uthy front of the dugout, ndre-



the ouAs the w drew near isclosing her-
self to be scarcei'- more than a girl
IJ'iLi Ra girl as Caftleboro had
ne r's re.' Rlyland made a '
quick step forward, the pleasure on
his face mingled with a good deal of
<' .-re can I find a hotel, sir? Is
the s..loolhou.-e near? Will you be
kind teuouglh to direct me to Mr. Ry-
land'sT" the girl asked almost in a
breath.
Ryland's wonder became sudden
compirehension.
'You -are, Miss Collinwood," he said.
"Yes, sir." .
,"Weil,,3- si, -,-, .- you step into the
dugout a moment. I will get tlhe maai
and then come in,and explain. I am
AMr. Rylai." "
Outsi.de, t!,, dn'i.,'.f wa;s li-ke th4
others of the country; within, the sinmi-
larity failed.' Skins and lundlan blon
kets i',ii-h'CtAled the rough walls, and
there was. profu:don of books aud
per;~.cals. The ,I C''-, eyes fiaslmd a
friendly recoeg'ntion toward some of
the titles; then Ryland entered with a
little package of letters and paperoi in
his hand and with a troubled look on
his face.
. "I'm sorry you didn't wait for me
to write again," he said. "The fact is
we haven't any schoolhouse yet. The
boys are busy rounding up aud brand-
ing their"cattle just now, and so it's
be-n iput off. Aud-er- there isn't a
hotel or boarding house in the whole
country. The, only thing I see is for
,yon to' go to tie "_Hikshons' dugout, only
a quarter of a mile from here.' I thiuk
they wi:l be able to squeeze a room
i'or y.a, and they're good people,
t0m1: .'!i '.M.. Rikshon cannot speak a
wo,.l ,.f Fh'-gll-. My idea was for
you t.-i It :r.-'. .il Stanley, but his wife

iLt, l.'d uer a month. Why
',':i't .+.i i-'It. unti-l I ai something
*., ka. t.i t 1' te'':' pathetically.
*I .r I,.thyl wnt'hd.e
I"1 iU'l it w, because I liked
y.',:' l 1 i.- t .sril.ihi' the country," she
-,*,.'.. **-vn lted to take a vacation,
1I11 it oitu.,.' to me this would be
just tO 'leicfle.' I could see the people
and get some idea of what school du-
ties are. You see, this is to be my first
attempt at teaching. As to the RIk-
.shons, I think we will get along very
nicely together."
Ryland's face showed his relief.
"Then it will be all right," he de-
clIr,.d "I'll corral-call the men to-
gether, and we'll put up a log school-
house for you just as soon as their
rush work is over. We've already se-
lected a fine clump of trees to build
under. And in the meantime, if you
wish, we can arrange for you to teach
the children out of door's- under the
trees. There will be no rains at this
season."
"That will be delightful," she cried
ea,-i'ly, "only," her face falling a lit-
tle, "I haven't secured the position
Yet." ,
I give it to you now."
"Without examination?"
He looked embarrassed, then laugh-
ed. -. -
"Why, yes, I think I'd better. I don't
believee I would know how to conduct
an examination. You see, it's like this.
The men out here are veiy busy peo-


of all the foods of the earth. This one
lentil biscuit, sir, is equal in nourish-
ing power to a pound and a half of
roast beef."
He took from a tin a little cake.
"Again taste," he said.
The little cake was rich and good.
"It is made, sir, of the flour of alm-
onds," said the cook-"fresh, sweet


.... ', ie -!' it closed, and by
i:-1 io:, .' i.- b,- o l li he
.: ;'',' '. L .,re tho -rou hly in-

Pt: A. '- : f ir; 1 gi': d tvo
Si ; t't o^ ei ft-, m txi'tl-
opimni para-
V ; u; .- a,'i ;',';da : It ii ';o.n I;;V: ifuili
: i ; i: V I. i of'3i a s:i1 ac- ide t
-i ,. -' -. i'a' (0 -i.n ;lobert and
S" ,'. L ; :. ' u a new auto-
1 ,.'. !; .';'.rt v.':-s ii.nstautly killed
5.:: ut sonj'vwhat injured.- HIe
s .....': [ !',-'.,:'. t.,:: i: to hliC robu st
,'-. ; i i,>i,. ilis utiike-s yo u the heir,
.. i .'.. . .t .iei 1. that you dis-
of, ai ,y inlr-i'CL-', you lmay have in
ai';': ':i ',tiinl home immediate-
,. '.c i' ,'-:! e of .3,0 i0) a year
1 i, 'vui-: if you rcslde nl England.
i t. l ht the Lady Eilen is,
t 8; L tho Ia! ii"
-, i r t7le ltec thoughtfully,
l i h]o V with clearing" face.
,'>,' iPat ',moit n!pg hle lhad received an
i:ni;t-: t t1itat a iotgage would be
fo'.c o .l on ihis t (i-h unless the in-
i:'".,t: o p;;id inmmeouiately. That would
lcive l!.'m practically penniless. Ills
s-tmtr'.al ,ent was for quiet and his
blk--., lie doubted if he could make
a living in America or anywhere, for
tlat matter. The only thing was to
return uind accept the 3,000 and inci-
dJnt ,liy Lady Ellen.
On -e decided, he thrust the rest of
the letters into his pocket and started
out to say .-'-:l,'by to his friends.
1Vhan something disagreeable was in
'ro'-.oct, the less procrastination the

It was this that took him straight
to) Vite schoalhouse. Miss Collinwood
was more to him than all else in Amer-
icn: how much more he had not re-
a.llmdl until he decided to leave.
She was just closing the door when
hlie arrived, and something in her eyes
as :-he greeted him changed his In-
tended brief farewell into: "Suppose
we stop under the trees a little while,
ML s Collinwood. It is so pleasant
here now, and, besides, I have some-
thiing I want to tell you."
"Under the trees" had been their fa-
vorite talking place, and he found it,
even more difficult to speak the words
of farewell there than he had at the
schoolhouse door. Several times he
forced them to his lips, but looking
into her eyes and listening to her
voice he could not give .them utter-
ance. England and the three thousand
pittance were slipping farther and far-
ther away, and America and this girl
beside him were becoming nearer and
more indispensable. She was telling
him of some of her ambitions aind
hopes, and the indomitable courage
was firing his own vehis and .making
simple what had before seemed insur-
mountable. He had thought this girl
his dearest friend; he now knew that
she was infinitely more, and in this
land or anywhere it would be easy to
make a living for the woman he loved.
Suddenly he reached out and took her
hands in his, strongly, and she did not
resist.
"Miss Collinwood-Elinor," he said
steadily, "will you marry me?"
And she, after -a moment of silence,
but not hesitation, answered quietly,

They talked for half an hour longer,
imanking pl-Ins and discussing hopes;
then hlie noticed the bulk of unopened
letters in his pocket. He took them
q1,t one by one and read them, still
talking and making comments on what
they contained. The last was from
the same solicitor as the first, written
two days later, but mailed in time to
reach the same boat. It read: "The
late baronet's injur-,n at first thought
slight, developed alarming symptoms
yesterday, and he died this morning.
You succeed to the title. Please come
at once."
FLOUR IN CHINA.
There It In Made of Air.oat Every-
thinsag Except Wheat.
The Chinese cook stuck the end of an
ivory chopstick into a small brown bis
cuit.
"Taste, sir" he said.
The biscuit was warm, crisp, rich-; it
was light, well salted, nutritious--a
biscuit, in a word, of peculiar excel-
lence.
"This biscuit, sir, is made of flour of
lentils," said the Chinaman. "You
know lentils? Little green pellets
slightly flattened like split peas. Len.
tils are considered the most nutritious


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At Dr. Mitchell's Drug Store.
i^fCall for free sample.

For Sale!
We offer for sale a strip from the
south side of the north half of the
northwest quarter of section 10, town-
ship 4 south, range 14 west, -running
tiuna'w nj 'ozubn ntt l U vva- n uay, '--o


sary." almonds ground into a white powder a. Miiionuu n te toW vvatsun uayou,
"But' hold on," began Miss Collln-! between two millstones. Such a flour aoldinacre Miquartville on the south. Will be
woo",l tire merriment in her face chapg- Is a finer thing than your flour .of he pric asked will be a.corlinc to
The "ric.sed ill wheat, d be arcordin to
? roAItO r -. y f.i'/ wheat, eh!" location. W. A. EMMONS & CO.
'"N,-, n>," ~1hofriedly, it'ss absolutely Then he lifted a great lid and re-
tae, c-ary.-' It is the--the examination, vealed some thirty or forty -conmpart smilhr conditions we tI'ink, and tii'e,
"i Lnovl--er--to take the place of I, ments, one filled with a pink flo-ir, an- fore we impute thought to them. But
I .ieau'n. I 'have felt worried about thl other with a yellow one, a third with a ,o. ,o .we:il i imape, cniceptst, processes
t.s..-:l bfoko~. for I never went to an brown one, a fourth with a white, a ,.mo-,aLr im e they probnbltly have none.
Amierican es'liool, you know. I couldn't fifth with a pale green, a sixth with a ',tt e ep i:ihert ,fiel,,: .: wbich we
ref'u;-e of course, for they are all splen- blue, and so on. hAt;. :i' d outward stimuli ex-
did, hardworklug people here, and it "All these are C'hinee flours," he ,... t- of the actions of the ani-
would help them. I think we will said. "In China, sir, we make over Ha,-.'
make a cret t success of It now." fifty kinds of flour. We make flour out
"I hope so," faintly. of potatoes, out of sweet potatoes, out ,eimsaey of Exercise.
He looked at her keenly., of peas, out of cocoanuts, out of millet, The variety of i ..., ; :: motions that
"Of course I shall help you all I out of pulse, out of oats, out of ba- may be had in muscular exercise is al-
can," he reassured her. "The first few nanas-the fact is, sir, we make flour in most unl'msi.ed. It is interesting to no-
days I expect I had better even help China out of everything but wheat, for ti'o tit cldren, when free to play
with the teaching. Some of the young In China, sir, we eat no bread, and as they choose, instinctively make so
people can speak broken Eutzihi. and therefore the coarse, dry, tasteless flour- many different motions that they seem
some cannot speak Engl!>h at all, and of wheat is useless to us."-Phiiadel- to u3e all their muscles. When peo-
most of them are only half civilized, phia Bulletin. plea's ideas of propriety shall have be-
But I've been here several years and come what they shomud .e grown peo.
understand them, and they all like me. Do An-tras n f-oy tnzk. ile can e-:e:'eise I ke children without
I think If I go to. school with you "We so hItmit"':ly impte theiglt to being cotusi,,e;'ed d:'ft or silly. Many
awhile and tell them 1,nutfig stories anil;.nil. that iv:- ct' e nV{-:f.' -causly to of t performances of children seem
and perhaps take one of my half wild look ii.): t, ;:n p. p : t-is pow- to older' p."so purposel-ss and use
horses there for them to give exhibi- er," ',u ; Jn I;rr;),i'i't ini ilir- tess.
tlons on and try to break (Iur'ling r'o Pe A .,,.* '. .;-> t I .l -to a T -. i P.I t of ignorance
cess it might keep thLiiiu more tracla to lhinlt ;b s .i n,, whe, prompt- and plcQIsi-i :i tmm- pe;mle of con-,
ble. But suppose we go over to the I ed b. iluiger or ,;.:bout his homo and his Sidierabii-' education lack very much of
Rikshons now and arrange for .our master vwh(e.n ::.u,'.ted from them. The having a proper conception of the rela-
acconmmodation." bird seems to think bohit its mate, its tion of exercise to life and health. One
One week later -chool conetcurca' oP nesi, its youg-, it-s ,enemies. The fox may learn and practice with benefit
log bnches and a seems to think. about thle hound that it a syst-m' of exmi-ses, -s many do.
o enehe was theeand a desk i hder iti, ; br blt upon its track and tries witli t ?hvi ti acanitauce with
ble sto)-6of butna1anial st zto e:;t it; tLe beaver seems to think tie lp^ Ti,;-: s 1ivolv% d tht kes 1os-
to i .the scholars' nitetici n ,i aboift its dam, the muskrat about its sible tho greatest benefit and interest
with a i e Sholars' fauurI tf -one-> 'o 'r in the fall, the woodpecker about and enjoyment. There is an important
the trees,u which wfas to bo co U.'i the c(cil in the dozy limb which it will aftd antage in knowing the reasons for

property sit of sehotol ahc.I l eed a i';-ijinigl police in the winter- the various movements and what mus-
For ihe .ist few dtays Rv'.d was itiat '1l these creatures act as if cles makn,: eneh movement and how
ot-.U hea.-? ". ,d .... sw that. under muscles use bones as lever.


A DANISH BOARHOUND.
Ie Was a Jealous Brute and Careftl-
ly Guarded His iHistress.
During a visit to a friend in the
country Sir Henry Hawkins had an ad-
venture wiih a boarhound which he
describes in his "Reminiscences:"
There was an enormous Danish bWar-
hound which had, unperceived by us,
followed Mrs. Harlstone from the li-
brary. Ie pushi-ed by without cere-
mony and proce ded until he reached
the lady, who was some distance in
ad-yanee. lie then carefully took the
skirt of iher dress with li;;.uoutlh and
ear:--'i1 it like "ta accomplished train
bearer untiLbhe reached the bottom of
tho stairs and the garden, when he let
go the dress and gazed as an interest-
ed spectator.
But before we parted from Mrs.
Harlstone and while I was talking to
her I felt my hand in the bo:arfround's
mouth, and a pretty capaclious mouth
it was, for I seemed to touch nothing
but his formidable fangs. So soft was
the touch of his fangs that I was only
just conscious my hand was in his
mouth by now and then the gentlest
reminder. I knew animals too well to
attempt to withdraw It, and I preserv-
ed a calm more wonderful than- I could
have 'gvei i.v,-if crp.1t for..'
WMile I was won il-rlng what the
next tr. ending g might be Mrs. Harl-
stone begged me to be il.Ite easy and
on no account to sihawj' any opp'l4tion
to the d,.' i,;'.-'-,.T i:-, In wLhi, h case.
she '" ir 1n;.l that he would lead me
.gently to the other side of the lawv
mnd leave me without doing the least
harm.
As I was being led away Mrs. Hart-
stone said: "Do exactly as he wishes.
He is jealous pf your talking to me,
and any one who does so he leads
away to the other side of the garden."
Having conducted me to the remot-
est spot le could find, he opened his
huge jaws and released my hand, wage
ged his tail and trotted off, much pleas*
ed with his performance.

Crime "aUnd Science.
Lord Chancellor IIarwncke and Chief
Justice Raymond once advised the sov-
ereign that 1,- could grant a pardon to
criminals under sentence of death if
they wonul consent to undergo medical
experiments for the benefit-of science.
The advice was given in answer to a
question from the crown- as to whether
criminals might be spared on their un-
]dertaking to be vaccinated '-!'tb small-
pox virus. In France in 17763 life and
fcd-,m were offered to a galley slave'
..i.... t .'.. tj d' conoitionally upon-
l,*his c'tl utin;,:f to 1ie thrown off a tow-
or sevently fet In height, he 'c,ing
equipped with a wii'1.'1 apparatus
whose aeril cua.itles if was desired to'
try. The slave consented tind, p;ra-'
chuntug downIn In safety, :rid his 11b;
el ty.


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S Th.an s te latest all(i almost (, Ssand lt ow for'working plants in the garden. It
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years can handle it with perfect ease. It has a
24-ineh steel wheel, the height of which makes
tI e,.- plow light of draft. It has five blades': I i
S turning mold, 2 a shovel, 3 a sweeper weeding
blade, 4 a bull-tongue, 5 a rake. Wrench
S.: with each plow.
S" ':, We have made arrangements y
/- '" .*' whic w can furnish this plow at










r.-' ', p ow, ':\-a
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Sdrews -ay a-out one doar, iin he plow, dlive
.50. But the BuoY proposes to do better than this and will send 'the Binov
___ velr -and fu -ush one of these Plows ..I i,-, at the factory for 4. .
purchaser to pay freight cow .5
The plow may be seen in operation at the editor's residence at any time
Order from the BuoY direct,
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