Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00036
 Material Information
Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: September 30, 1897
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00036
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
lccn - sn 95026996
lccn - sn 95026996

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Pirst Last, and all the


Washino~ton CotintV"'

A !: I ~in t the %fWorld.




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,linators- IHin Sauin'l a.is',Monticello,
Hon S. it. Mall-irt, I'eiis. ,Ila.
Rer' reseiI -L(i've L-1 t Dis-irict, S..M. Sparl<-
man, Taam:M ; .-' 1 Distrit, R. W.
i 'vis, Palatka.
,..-.J f Olfice- Rleaistlfr. .J M. ,aircv :
Re,'eiver-N 1) Waiinwright, Gainisville
S r.'rE.
t;overnor-W. D. hBloxhanm: Secretary ol'
" S ite, J. L. rH'a lord; 'r"ea urer,' .1.B.
Whitfield; Attoruey %. nIertl Wmn. B. La-
mar; Comptroller, W H Reynolds; St.-
erintendent it P'ul.lic Insructioi,, W .
N. Sheats: Cormmiqsioner uto Agricul-
ture, L. ii. Womiell; .Adjalait Ge -
eral, Pat rick Houston. lah.i as ee.
First District-S. R. Mallory, Pensacola:
i second Dist ri,.t,Snmuel Pasco Monticello.

-Ira W -

representative, S. M.Roinson, Chiplev,
County Judge, D.. MulinI, \ ernon;
Clerk of Court, County Clerk, Recorder
of Deeds, W. B. Lassitter, Vernon;'
Sheriff, C. G. Allen, Chipley; Treasurer,
It. C. Horne, Chipley; Tax Collector, A.
17. Jones, Vernon; Tax Assessor, W,
B. Gaiuer, Econfina; Superintendent
of Public Instruction, W. Li,,Locky;
Chipleyv; Surveyor, Thos. Collins, Chip-
'tistice of the Peace. W. I. Singleteery;
Notary Public, Deputy Circuit Court
Clerk, W. A. immons': School Super-
visor, R. F. Braukin; Post Master,Dr.
W. G Mitchell.
Postmistress, Mtrs. M. B. Jenks.
'ostmaster and Nuotary Public, W. H.i

?ostmistress, Mrs Hasselhorg,
Postmaster, S. W. Anderson
Postmaster, Mrs. R. Gay.
Postmastei, Martin Post.
Postmastel, W. F. Woodford.
Postmistress, Mrs. Dyer.
Postmaster, P. N. Hutchinson.

4utaries, E. Mosber, Frank Hoskins,
Postmaster, W. M. Croinan; Coun
fy Commissioner, H. M. Spicer
Deputv Clerk of Courts. S. T. Walkloy

I E L 1 G 1 U S .
Methodist-Church cor. Washington ave
fAnd COnestnut st-Rev. W. M. Roman,
Faster. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30
mn. every alternate Sunday.
Y. P. S.*C. E.-rPra'yr ,in--ng an ithe-
Presbyterian -church every Sunday after
Joon at 3:30 o'clock. All are invited.
Baptist-Church,. corner of Wyoming
tveniue and Cincinna i street. Church
vonferer. -i.turday before first Suiinday
at 4 p.min. Sunday school every Sunday at
9:30 a.m. Preaching second and fourth
Sunday in each month. Rev. J. P1. Smith,
Presbyterian-Church corner Loraine
9veuine .nd Drake street.
.:athtl-;--Church corner Wyoming ave-
.me and Foster street
The northern mail, via Anderson, Gay,
Bayhead and Chipley departs every day
except Sunday at 3:00 o'clock; a.m.;
arrives every day except Sunuay at
7:40 p. *mi.
R,1st Bay mail for Harrison, Cromanton,
Parker, Farmdale and Wetappo, leaves
Si. Andrews going east every morning
bti 6 o'clock and arrives, coming west
every afternoon at I c clock.
(Incorporated Nov. 7, 1886.)
SCHEDULE OF RATES:-For'each five
minutes, or fraction thereof, use of
Between St. Andrews Bay & Gay.... 10c
,' Bayheadl5c
ii ,, Chipley. 25c
Chipley & Bayhead...... 15c
** Gay............. 20c
Bayhead & Gay............. 5c
For transmission by telegraph lOc.
extra, not including telegraphic service.
A. J. GAY, Gen'l Mgr.

Parker Lodge No. 142
&.A' TP f ; & V. M
Regular Conimuni-
S catiois, oIn Saturday.
on or before each full

Vi siting Brotbers
Fraternally Invited.
W. A. EMMoNs. Secretary.

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

Homeopathic Physician and Ac-
coucher. Office Pioneer Drug Store,
corner of Shell avenue and Michi-
gan street,
St. Andrews Florida

Physician and Druggist, Postoffice Block,
Offers his professional services to the
citizens of St. Andrews and vicinity.
Residence on Buena Vista avenue.

Notary Public.
Will attend'oromptly to all business de-
mnanding his attention. Office on Tav-
view street, one block northeast of T
P. d ft' dl 8t'nr

One dollar a Year in Advance.

A Constantinople dispatch says
that peace between reece and Tur1-
key has been siiedl and the ministers
of war have notified all the Turkish
militai'y and naval comma:,ders.

Pensacola News: Jack Knight,
colored, of this city, convicted of the
murd-r of another colored man at
Mobile, has been sentenced to 1)e


mniiiy by checks. \ Ilie t10e ojecm
,If tlie system was purely to facilitate
the transaction of buiineas by olfer-
ing at a small cost the medium for
transmitting money, experience has
denmnstrated that it is not infre-
quently used to guard the savings of
those who are not within easy reach
of banks, or tear to trust their hard-
earned dollars in the keeping of
banks. Money orders are often ob-

hung on October 22 He has ap- trained by persons who have a few
pealed to the supreme court which dollars to lay away. This is made

meets in November.

The Superior Climatic Advan-
tages of St. Andrews Bay.
Correspondence of the Buoy
EAST BAY, Sept. 18, 1897.

evident by the opera of the law,
which declares a monev order void
when not presented for payment
within one year. When a money
order is detained by the payee beyond

Often, when it is claimed that, S that period it can only be renewed by

Andrews Bay has climatic advantag-
es superior to other points in the

the superintendent of the system in
Washington, and the number ot cases

same degree of latitude, the ques- w here money orders bave been re-

.tions aie asked: In what does this
superiority consist, and what reasons
can he, urged to substantiate this
claim. While the causes for many
established facts regarding the lain-
fall, sea-fog and hot winds may not
be all iinderstood,,sonme of the causes

stained tor one, two, thr e, and even
more years, is surprising. The re-
cords show that in most instances
where money orders, are not present-
ed within the prescribed period the
order was purchased b3 the payee
wi'h no other purpose than deposit-

that govern climatic conditions are ing the money where he knew it

It is known that salt water breezes

.o,~i a be safe until want,-d.
When the original money order

are invigorating and purifying to the has become void a duplicate is issued
system, that large bodies of water upor application, by the supermtenid-

equalize the temperature by absorb- et of the system, and void duplicates

gl*ff-~ in Milili~ iiu~ re iepihcC-by mvro-tta-J'P.-a

it latent to be given out again in created by uncalled-for money which

Accordingly places most favored by

has accumulated siunc the system has
been in operation. Hundreds of

Aiitiot itiv o f 11
vIt i lf cr. c i D .r

Allokc3' Oulers andl on l aiminl '




lDkpliniv ad rit eq .50ci per inch pernriont ii
IPn~it ion and extraiard:iiary condition
rats sul-iect to9i) ii acreernen'

lilies nlo v cciI II -ses aba t 7 ,5U0)

'The lat -Pst k nuovni d. %V(1 is Satid
to be the R;,fflemad. 4 Snmatr-a, w hose
d iameter i..; inize feet aniid %%a"

B :11 k h .
C.' h'I eIn o hR %c trd.
In teutho fiee of the a pemiiuitanident
-.1 ilkemoe iie- d el-system of the geui-
era! 1irstoffieccat 'N -ili iiigt olli, ie vi
,leuce n hich %l iitc.)iviulce the mos)t

\'- .v ren ,te n ,'p*i,,i l i ,k
the beginning f wi iting
that in a .Jaiti l'xt. If abonu
its origin is Iargitt, a tll
lii i .tt l'i ti' d to.t the ai
:ia. In lian im iti.ti,')l ,

skelptiral that there oxi.'t4, ospc-ially ,Iachnas |rvc that t
ini e ile we a udeimaind fri a govei,- h,et as cilu.v.el in
tuent in-.stitution \%herothe savings ol' ,1dia before thel tiu

tI' l,,Ilo may be del.n.ited.
The minllevey oider s'ysten was eis-
tallirheiil for the nccummodatin (iof
the leojle-thwse who do inot enj.'y
li.ai:.l accounts 'ad cannoLt forward

the (Treat. K'we~

m r'; :il.i the grtualil
vi' le iiI

tu:-v, ntiic (ireeus W Ce
the word, sigiif'ying the 'i
evidence of the :-;1n1.ii A
Ceylon indicate that tl. k
of writing l was ire-Biu 4lhi'
passages in thielat.tka ,l 1
Nagga prove the oxiste'i
time of their coiipi'itiOu. '
schools an-i of a odl
as is still uned it Iinlii it
schools. \Vritinig ai a i
emnentary iiistirticliin, s
tionel in an in-cripti'' 'l I,?
century before Clh i.i; ,'
the letters hIivL sev,,ral,
very diyergeit l.,rmt sol'et
or ten.

In terest ,ig to sisa.
The pr i.oipoi,'io 'whiih
with (',loi.ralo that thle F
of thie Unirited Stiatt by
fIr' grand lodges, unite 1
1899 in a centennial inoiin*
dleathi of \rasliingto,ii, is IIe.
genleal flavor, and unless 1
the ceniitiuy pr,-mises to wii
0Wlin ol the ioi'st notal.ld
gal lheiings that liha. ever hb

The citl of Bre-lan. re,
.nlte'I the uOhemi.ts of tIle I
les ,ee' ling th." I d,111i a i i: selr
.sixteenith century, vwhic.i
'1,1 age ihad male quite
.,i.n1e p'- is. A rIem dl \v a
I l J! was assei"

gall nut ink had been 1,
been expec.led. WVheiii Iu
a one per cnt alcohi.lie

ocean breezes and least exposed to cases could be given where farmers, tanum acid., the chiara:iters'

land breezes are selected by those miners, mechanics and other persons
seeking health or the pleasures of an have used the money order system

equable temperature. The direct
ocean breezes are too strong for thel
delicate at times, and waters exposed
to them too rongh to be enjoyed by
t;he timid and invalids. For .these
reasons 'a modifying influence is need-
ed to temper the breezes and provide
comn paratively placi(t waters for boat-
ing, fishing and bathing.
The would-be tomiuist has only to
examine a map of Florida to learn
how admirably St. -.ndrews Bay is
located to meet the requirements.
From the north line of the large
bays project ing from the Gulf, which
by numbers and extent extend its
water protection to Cape St. Blass,

for a savings bank, among the most

striking being the case of a miner at
Leadville, Colo., who purchased an
order for $2,200, payable to himself
and permitted' the money to remain
on deposit for five years. For the
sake of the security affordedI by de-
positing the monie3 with the govern-
ment fie was not only willing to fore-
go the interest which he would have
received, but he paid the commission
demanded by the government for is-
suing the order.
The use of the monm y order sys-
tem as a savings bank is resorted to
as frequently today as at any time in,
the past. The mails bring to thi.

the indentation in t
he gulf amounts
postoffice department daily unmerou

to about one degree, or trom sixty to
seventy miles. East of this it again
rises, its northern point being the
Apalachicola Bay, near St. Marks.
St. Andrer s Bay follows the trend
of the east side of this indenture, be-
ing separated from the too turbulent
gulf, by wooden peninsulas, which

void orders to be renewed, and the
officials who have the renewal of the
orders in charge understand that the
system is being used in place of sav-
ings banks.
- A petition for postal savings
banks, sent oat by the Chicago Re-
cord may be found at the different. St.

give the proper modifying infinence Andrews Ba
y postoffices. Several

once fairly di.-cei nilil.
sulphide bright th. lli 1
full distic.'e.-.-'. T his i
known cuere \\ which once
proved relia'-le..


ha~ Malta
o at tile


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The Right W ,lithy N iiinal Sn-
preme G( an, Lodge of t!i Ancient
and Independent Optler u the Sons
and Daughters and Pit.ithIT and Sis-
of Moses in the United iS'iati-s of
America and the Woild iatLarge was
in corporate in the cilt of New
York the other day. t
A 1.llage tIner OUne meO..
Most of the large towns in France
contain workmen's model dwellings or
tenement houses, w which have been dig-
nified with the picturesque appellation
of barracks, but nurne of t se has at-
tained to the colossal propo ions of the
"Frcihaus," situated at Wi den, a sub-
urb of Vienna. This bui ling has 13
courtyards and acqpmmodajs 2,112 per-
sons belonging to all classes of society.
Oue postmnu is specially Oppointed to
deliver letters to the inmates, whose cor-
respondents have to be careful to put on
the cover not merely theChiistian name
and surname of the addresses, but the
numLber of the yard, the staircase and
the flat, if they want the letter to reach
its destination.



then ONprmined the article whi
&Vadlm j.ast titained and found it it
-.$.VP4.gold locket. Op(4 ning it, .he s:
1j-3_t'_ooutaAued a miniature of h, rs

She was evidcIutly dartiob-?d at
* discovery, for she gazed at it loug a
* earnestly. Perhaps her conscie.
troubled her, and the thought came
her that even at the moment when
I was killed her uncle had just been loc
Ing at this picture of herself, think
of the time when, a young and attra
ive child, she had been his idol, a
* then of the past week, when, before
their friends, they had antagonize
their wills. She threw herself on t
bed, buried her face in her hands, a
for some minutes she sobbed like one
dire distress. Presently, rising from h:
recumbent position, controlling b
emotions by an effort of will, she fir
hid the locket in her dress, as she h
done with the letters, and then bath
her face and went to the window. St
looked toward the summer house, b
saw nothing of the detectives. Turnin
she hurriedly put on her hat, arrange
her toilet and started out from the hou
in the direction of the postoffice.
She thought that she had avoided t
observation of the detectives, but
this, as she herself subsequently su
pected, she was mistaken. Reachiu
the bridge, she noticed the boat, and
she had last seen the two men enterii
it she concluded that they were now
the vicinity, though she did not y
guess that they had followed her. A
she passed the saloon, however, si
caught a glimpse of Burrows, and. as
immediately withdrew, so. as to hid
himself from her view, she at once d
cided that he was there to watch he
movements. Thus she was compelled
abandon her project of mailing the le
ter herself, which had been her object
in coming out. She went on to th
house of the Marvels.
Being on terms of closest intimacy
with the inmates, she unceremoniously
entered without knocking and went in
M he M fa'-. rt-smea--T fr4te of
rousing log fire, she found Mrs. Mar
vel, busily engaged with some kuittin
and evidently ig'oranit of the fact tha
at that very time grave suspicions wer
entertained against her son. The ol
lady politely rose and welcomed he
visitor, but Virginia, without accept
ing her invitation to be seated, at one
inquired for her daughter Alice.
"Alice is not out of 'ed yet," sai
the mother. "She sent me a message a
breakfast time that she had a headache
and preferred to sleep. But you can g
up to her room if you wish. I guess sh
is not seriously ill." She smiled, we:
knowing that her daughter was fond o
her morning nap, and that "a head
ache" was often a convenient excuse.
Virginia at once went in'search of he
friend. Ascending one flight of stairs
she entered Alice Marvel's bedroom
Alice was in bed, but not asleep. 0:
the contrary, she seemed very wid
awak%, although completely absorbed
with her thoughts.
A moment's description of this youn
lady may not be amiss. Though, lik
Virginia, a brunette, she was neverthe
less totally different in appearance
Her friends called her pretty, and th


to make its breeze.; bland, its waters signatures are already aipelded, and!,

4,lacijd.L _. protect its large _uysteir
beds and make it a rendezvous for
fine fish.

-.ver.b..l y being invited to sign tlhe
petition it seems improbable that any
one will neglect the opportunity al-

But this is not all. Physical ge- forded them to do so. It asks for a

ography shows how the great equa-
torial current follows the gulf's out-
line; doubling upon its course, so
that between Florida and Yucatan its
inflowing affd oitflowing~currents ap-
proach near each other. Then it
sweeps down the west and up the east
coast of Florida; thus giving to the
state a four-fold benefit of its warm
ing influence. While the whole state
is favored beyond other sections, St.
Andrews may fearlessly claim the

couvenienc in which men, women,
boys an:' girls are all interested, and
if for no other good than the business

principles it will stimulate in. the of Cod-lver Oil with

young, no one should fail to sign the

Seasick for Home.
The sensation of home sickness has
been variously described, but never
more graphically than by a little girl
who, miles avay from home and

advantages given by this indenture, mammn, sat heavy-eyed and silent at
which brings it so near to the heart an hotel table,

throbs of oceanic life, which main-

"Aren't you hungry, dear?" asked

tains the parity ot both air and her aunt, with whom she was travel-
wvater and makes the sea the great ing.

benefactor which it is.
Tourists should be content to know
that sea fogs and niisfs seldom visit
us, without knowing the cause and
seek a place where health, rest and
and recreation ate assured.

Does your head ache?"
. "No."
'What is the matter?"
The child's lip quivered,' and ehe
said in a tone to grieve the heart:'
"I'm seasick for home."

phIkcs, can be taken
summer as in winter.
plain oil it is palatab
hypophosphites that ari
digestion and at the sar
up the system.
For sickly, delicate
for those whose lungs
it is a mistake to leave
summer months. The
reduced if necessary.
We recommend the
especially for summer i
children, where a small
quired. It should be k
place after it is once op
r sUl* Ty ill druggits at.


easily in
like the
and the
n it aid in
time tone

dren, and
off in the

mal size
and for
close is re
in a cool

w ~

"Murdered! My God, this is frightful!'
term was applicable, for though shi
possessed a charming face she could b
called neither handsome nor beautiful
Small, well chiseled features, a rosy
pert little mouth, piercing black eyes
chestnut brown hair and a clear comr
plexion with considerable color, these
were the salient points in her favor. It
stature she was petite. But it was he
manner more than her physical charm
that was her chief attraction. Viva
cious, impetuous, with powerful emo
tions, loving and hating with a degre
of intensity foreign to the Americar
born, it was easy to detect that Alic
Marvel had French blood in her veins.
Her father had chosen his bride it
Paris and continued his residence ii
that city until Alice was 15. Then h4
returned to America with his family
which included Walter, who was tw(
years older than his sister, and immedi
ately thereafter settled in Lee. Thu
Alice was now in her twenty-fifth year
Startled from her meditations by thi
abrupt entrance of her friend, Alic
stared at her a moment in silence ant
then suddenly exclaimed:
"Is he dead?"
"Isa who dead?" asked Virrinia

thousand fant-astio ways. Therefore it tion to accompany her, hoping to recov,
is not strange that when you startled er her pistol, and together they started
me I should have addressed you as I to walk to Riverside.
did. It was a tremendous shock to have iToBE OOOTIUED.)
, you announce that all Which my imag- ....
e nation had pictured was really true." --- BABY.
e "Undoubtedly, Alice, but it is a .... __._
s Strange coincidence that you should WH N BABY .AUGH.'
have had such dreams. What were you "There's nothing half so sweet tin 10
thinking of when you retired that my No cup of joy to quaff, ,.
. ancle should have been so conspicuously rich aby tries to l caugh.ee
Q in your thoughts?" ag
n "I was thinking of him. But I will WHEN BAY CItIE.
r tell you the truth at once." t Nor anything so tart of taste
SAs when nood nature dis ......
S "Stop a.moment. I will listen to your In .vaid attempt to "s.,o) ihait nols."
. story after awhile. It is of vital impor- When baby cries ibat cries.
t. ance that no more time should be lost WHETHER BAB* LAUGL A O CRIm
e in warning Walter of the danger which And nothing half sdiAweet of dear
u threatens him." As lovelit baby eye.
e "Yes, but how Will you do it? Do Or a pressure lose from baby lipH
yh?" Whether baby laughs or cries.
you know where he is?" -Clark W. Bryan inQood Housekeepl:
ni "He is in Portsmouth by this time, I .
h\n LaR Z1l AJol. A H i l!v-II nL wt na A "Sr



nope. tie w expect a et ter.irom me
tomorrow morning. I came out to post
it, but I am certain that I am watched
by the detectives. I did not dare to go
to our office for fear that they would
discover just what I do not want them
to know. The only way left is to send
the letter to New Market and mail it
there. How can we do that?"
Alice had entirely composed herself
and while her friend spoke was rapidly
dressing. She replied:
"I know the very one to trust, for of

She-And you say that you have never
been in love?
Ho-Never. I have thought I was '1
or 80 times, but I always found out aft-
erward that I waed't. -Somerville Jour-
Be-on' In All Things.
"I saw him Saturday, and he wa
half full."
"Yes, yb know he's working O"' faI
pay nowi?"-.Truth.'


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conrse it nmurt be a tried ltrond, as U
bcarLr of tht: let tfr v.ill discover the ad-
dr sr(:. Will Everly Is the man for this
ID I "erp.cy. V,.iLr, you remember,
r, :-" ssa 'cd bits once when he was neaxrl
d ro nLda, au ,idueo thtu I belicvo he hal
beAu rb .rs--rrifile his life for my
brother t anuy moment."
O -"\ill is the man that I had in m,
C mind. Can you scnd one of the boys to
his liroue for him?"
y "Wait here till 1 return, and I will
Sx ix it.'" With these words Alice quitter
S R PRIGU[S T IN GULT 1 tlhe rnom. Lcft to herself, Vifgika was
F TINCRIMETonce thoughtful. She could not be-
lieve that all the agitation which she
RIGHT. .,s BY Q.R PUTNAM 5soN%. lad vwitnessed in her friend was solely
amazed at mne question. uo to the coincidence of a nightmare.
ich "Your uncle, Mr. Lewis," replied Yet how could Alice have reallykubwq-
1,e Alice, at which Virginia was so bewil- anything ot the ciie, since bhe had not
aw dered that she stood specehles4. Know- bcen out cf her own room, tuless indeed
rIf ing thac the fact of her unele's death she had bceu pr(scut the night before?
t -had been so recently discovered and also Alice returned aud, as she entered, said;
the Virginia was at a Icss to understand .. .
ind how she had become aware of the true whut I did last night?"
nce state of affairs. It becurred to her. that Virginia signiftid her assent, and her
to perhaps, after all, the maidservant lhad companion proceeded.
he informed Alice, but iti ihat case it '.iariy Lucas had promised to take
ok- should have been known also by Mrs. me to drive in the evening, but during
ng Marvel, whereas that lady had acted in the afterncou he called and told me that
et- a way which precluded the supposition it would be inilpossible to do so, as he
nd that the news had reached her ears. had received a fiote which would make
all Recovering somewhat from the first ef- it necessary for hiin to leive0Wn, t di4
red fects of her surprise, she asked: not doubt his statement, and after a litv
he "How did you know that he is dead?" tle conversation he left the fio6se. .After
md Alice started at this question, and his departure I found on the floor a
in then, as though awakening from note which he must have dropped in
ier dream, replied: taking his handkerchief from his pocket.
ier "I don't know what I have been Of course I had no right toread it, and I
rst saying. I think I was dreaming When did not think of doing so until I recog-
ad you came in and-and-and I must nized that the' address was in youi
ed have continued aloud what was passing writing." .
he through my mind." Alice paused, but Virginia said north ,
)ut "Your dream, then, is wonderfully ing, though the color deepened on het
g, near the truth, for my uncle was found cheek. Alice continued:
ed dead this morning, and he has undoubt.--. -"'-s1Tppose that, knowing" yonhad ao*
se edly been murdered." cepted my brother's love, it was di bon;
"Murdered! My God, this is fright- temptible thing for me to feel jealouat
he full" With a convulsive tremor, which Nevertheless I confess with sham~ a44
in passed over her whole frame, Alice lay regret that such was the case. There-
Is- back and buried her face in her pillow. fore I opened the note. As you know the
ng Virginia gazed at her, not knowing how contents, you can readily imagine that
as to construe her agitation. A moment what I read was scarcely calculated to
ng later Alice, with one bound, leaped dissipate my anger. You invited him tO
in from the bed and, rushing up to Vir- a secret meeting. The hour named was
et ginia, exclaimed excitedly: for last evening. Thus Harry had broken
As "You say he was murdered. How do his promise to me, giving me a false ei-
be you know it? Who can prove it? Did cause, in order to meet you. .
he any one see it? Who did it? Who did it;, s Impetuous, as youkno. p 1ani, t da
d I say? Tell me"- .ce detertnined to be present. You had
e- "Hush! Do you know what you are specified that he should wait for you if
er saying? If any one heard you, it would the south side of the summer house
to be suspected"- your lawn. I had only to go early and
t- What would be suspected? What is conceal myself in the northern division,
ct suspected? Tell me I must know I As I drew on my cloak preparatory td
he will know! I"- starting my eye fell on my pistol, which
"Silence! Are you still in -a dream? lay on my dressing case, and, though I
cy You must stop this wild language. Stop did not think of needing it or of usin
ly it! Stop it instantly!" Taking Alice by it, in my excitement I took it up an,
n. the shoulders, she shook her, and by slipped it into my pocket. I reached the
a -her words andt manner Virginia -at pla e first. as wa my ientietiou. sa L.
r. length subdued somewhat the intensity patiently awaited your arrival. Ha i'
g of her friend's excitement. Then occur- came, and you joined him promptly. I
at red the inevitable reaction. Alice threw need not teliyou what occurred betweeA
re herself on the bed and abandoned her- you. I overheard every word, and you,
Id self to a wild paroxysm of tears. Vir- can imagine bow much ashamed I wafr
or ginia endeavored to calm and soothe of my doubt of Harry and of yourself
t- her, but for a long time her attentions when I learned the real object of the
;e only aggravated the hysterical sobbing, meeting. I felt lika]revealing my pres-
After awhile, however, she became ence and begging ylardon, but my
d more quiet, and Virginia sought an ex- pride prevented me. So remained in
t planation. my place of concealment until both of
1e "Now, Alice," said she, "you must you had left. Then I hurried home."
o tell me how you knew that my uncle is "But this would scarcely account for
e dead." the dreams," said Virginia, without
11 "Hush I I cannot tell you. I cannot commenting on the rest of the story.
3f cannot." "I have not finished. I said that$
I- "But you must. Evidently you know had taken my pistol with me when I
something about this, and you must Went out. On my return I was alarmed
3r tell me." at not finding it, for, as you know, mjy
S "It is impossible." name is engraved on the stock. My 1i4'
1. "Can you not trust me? Come, Alice, aginative mind atonce commenced to
a you must be reasonable. We are wast- picture all kinds of trouble. What if
e ing time that is most precious. Do you some one should. find the weapon and~
d know who is or will be suspected of commit a crime with'it? Might not the
this crime?" finger of suspicfoni 5Tdrwxt--re---l
g "Do you know? Then tell me!" said inclined to return and look for it, but
e Alice in feverish anxiety. the distance is a o10ng .oe, and besides
"Listen. There are two detectives"- I could not be sure of recovering it.',
"What! Already?" interrupted Alice Therefore, trying to persuade myself
o in a terrified vico. "Aud you say they that my fears were silly, I endeavored
suspect some one?" to go to sleep. But, oh, Virgie, what a
"Alice, you, too, suspect some one. night I have passedl* She shuddered aM
Who is it? If yi.u and the detectives sus- the recollection. '
pect the same mau, I will hilp to shield "I can readily understand, and am
him. You kurw that." now not surprised at what you said
"Him? Whicm do you menu?" Now when I came in. Shall we go-down and;
it seemed that Alice was puzzled, see if the boy has retained?" The two
"Whom do I meau? Who was it that girls left the, room arnd descended to
quarreled with my nucle? Who was it i lor below. Here they found their
that threatenui d to kill hinm?" messenger and were infoirned that Will
"My God, you mean my brot.hb-" Everly would he ready t, go ont their
Alice sank in a chair aud sat staring errand as soon as he could get his horse -'
like one iu a trance. Finally, by a great out. A quarter of an hour later Everly
effort, she aroused herself and seemed drove up, and Alice carried the letter
to regain her self possession. out to him. .
"Virginia, you must think me out of As soon as the horse and wagon were
my mind to have acted as I have, but I out of sight on the road to New Market,
a. _ad a tUitiL.igBt. lu my dreunia, Virginia. prearyt t- r etn hqom
I have seen your uncle murdered in a I whereupon Alice expressed ]ier inten-


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Nors.-It must he remembered that the
winld Is not a wholly reliable motive pow-
er and if the sailors sometimes find it im-
owbtele to make schedule timeit mus t be
efarged to the elements; they do the best
thet can.

Thie schooner W Vm. Crawford ar-
river Thursday known, from Pensaco-
la anid sailed out again (or that port,
Saturday, about noon.
The schooner Gannot of Pensaco-
la arrived from thence Sunday, dis-
charged freight at Ware & Co.'s and
Brackin's wharves and proceeded up
East Bay.

Carries the East Bay Mail between SI.
-. y AWndrO.. Wet(. $Ld .jntermedi-
' '" -atet pooft." leaves Atidrews daily
(except Sunday) at 6:00 a. m.; arrive at
Welappo at 12:30 p. in., leave Welmppo
at l.0 p. m.; arrives Al St. Anidrcvs at
730 p. m. Makes landings regularly at
Harrison, Cromanton, P1arker, Pitts-
burg andFarmdale. For passenger and
freight rates, see rate card in the sev-
eral postoflifices.
Leaves St. Andrews Bay every Tuesday,
leaves Pensacola every Friday,
(weather permitting). Special atten-
tion will be given to receiving and
forwarding freight for parties living on
East and North Bay, Passengers for
points on either arm of the Bay can
depend upon securing prompt trans-
portation at reasonable rates. For
further information apply to
L. M. WARn & Co., Agta
... .

A Week's Weather.
Th-e following table shows what the
lemperatore at St. Andrews has been
during the past week, from observations
faker nat the Olra otfee each morning
and Nov":
Morn. Noon.
Thursday,......... Snt 23 00 7,6
Friday............ 24 56 83
Saturday......... 25 62 80
Sunday ......... 26 68 80
Monday......... 27 66 71
Tuesday........ 28 65 70
Wednesday...... 29 59 73
W OND9ERFUL are the cures by
Hood's Sarsaparilla, and yet they
are simple and natural. Hood's Sarsa-
parilla makes PURE BLOOD.
A Good Deal In Him After All.
"Well," said Papa Rushweed, as he
settled down to his just before retiring
cigar, "now that Bella has brought
around her young man I can't say that I
think there is much in him."
"Guess you didn't notice the dinner
he ate, Jacob," said the practical mam-
Ia.--Cloveland Plain Dealar.
Query of the Times.
The lover was enthusiastic.
"She haa poetry in her eyes," he ex-
"Yes?" returned- te cynic tantaliz-
"She has roses in her cheeks," per-
otted the lover.
"Yes?" returned the cynic again.
"She has music in her voice," assert-
ed the lover defiantly.
"And what in the bank?" queried
the cynic..-C-hicago Post.
"The live and progressive town of
Albuquerque," says a citizen of that
town in the Washington Post, "is sadly
handicapped by its name. The percent.
,- .4 people outside the territory who
en spellit i s small, and often it wor-
ries a home man to get it just right.
One of these days, when New Mexico
becomes a state we are going to give
the town a sli and easir, name, the
spelling of whi *i"will ieo'Qhance"
to butcher." "-' '-.
Just try a 10c liox of O-ascal.ris, the
finest liver and bowel regulator evdr-fhade
Outside Decoration of Frene h Houses
Ferdinand Mazas, in The Architeo
fural Record, explains sculpture 'as .ap-
plied to Paris houses. "Twenty years-
ago," Mr. Mazas says, "the external or-
namentation of French houses was, in
general of a very sober character." To-
day decoration is very much in fashion
and prehaps not always discreet. h
M. Paul Heneux, having been in-
trusted with the erection of the new
town-bhall at Les Lilas, a charming lit-

tie place near Paris. conceived the idea
of treating all the sculpture of the
building with lilaes. The capitals, the
balcony, the friezes and the flower work
placed above the dormer windows rep-
resent nothing but sprays, bunches,
leaves and petals of lilac. The brackets
df the windows are also formed of flow-
ors of the same spring shrub. As to the
baluster of the grand staircase, it repre-
sents a trellis with branches of lilac
climbing over it. Yet the architect has
avoided monotony and has produced
the most graceful variations upon this
S single theme adopted by him. We will
also mention a house designed by M.
Paul Heneuz. In this case all the soulp.
tare has been inspired by the profession
of heiowner, who is a druggist. The
frontals of the dormer windows of this
bouse art ornamented with garlands of
inallows and poppies. The frieze is com-
posed of renaissance motives, in the or-
namentation of which other medicinal
plaitta figure. Finally, on the first story
there is an es utcheon that recalls the
origin of the fortune of the owner, who
is the disseminator of some kind of oint-
ment or elixir.
A Caure for Bilious Colic.
Resource, screven Co., Gn.-I hare been
subject to attacks of bilious colic for sev.
eral years. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
mul Diarrhoea Remedy is the only sure
-relief. It acts like a ci arm. One dose
of it gives relief when all other remedies
fail. G. D. SHAar. For sale byv L. M
Ware & Co.. t. 'Andrews and ,Bayhead,
a4d all medicia e dealers..


-Wanbarnaker & Brown's samples
for Tailor Made Suits at L. M, Ware &
Co's. Call ard get prices.
-"Lewis'" men's and women's Ox
ford ties, from $1 to $2, and a nice lot of
patent tip low cuts at $1 a pair at at L.
. Ware & Co's.
-A good big Tablet for 5 cts; a larger
one for 8 cts and a good thick school
tablet with 175 leaves for 10 cts; all with
handsome covers and good, ruled paper,
at the BUOY office.
-On the 24th inst., the steamer A'-
pha was still stationed at the mouth of
the Apalachicola River, awaiting the
privil :ge to enter and discharge her
cargo for Carrabelle.
--Our correspondents will please bear
in mind that their favors must be mailed
early enough to reach us not later than
Monday evening; otherwise they cannot
appear in the current issue.
-Send 16 cents in currency or post-
age stamps to H. C. McFadden, Assist-
ant General Passenger Agent, Plant
System of Railways, Savannah, Ga, for
deck of handsome playing cards.
-Prof. Lipes requests that all the
pudils who expect to attend school dur-
ing the coming term, meet him at
the school boyae on Friday, October 1,
tfor ensQU.heSWIi'' 4Lt Q7t-t

-Everyone desires to keep informed
on Yukon, the Klondyke and Alaskan
gold fields. Send 10c for large Compen-
dium of vast information and big color
map to Hamilton Pub. Co., Indianapo-
lis, Ind.
-Parents'and guardians interested in
securing the most practical Business
Education for their children at the least
expense, should correspond with the
DeFuniak Business College, DeFuniak
Springs, Fla. Catalogue free.
-Wagoners and fish haulers can find
plenty of fish all the time and fish roe
and oysters in their season at W. H.
Shand's store, Parker, Fla.; also pleas-
ure boats for those wishing to make ex-
cursions to the Gulf or elsewhere.
-Quail are so plentiful in Tallahas-
see that whole flocks fly into the heart
of the city. Hon. L. B. Wombwell
opened his front door the other day and
found one sitting in the doorway. It
flew out into the street and was captured,
-The St. Andrews Bay Horticultural
and Improvement Association is prepar-
ed to clear, improve and plant into fruit
any tract of land which may be given
them. It will pay all persons to buy a
tract from them and have it improved.
-Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either St.Andrews Bluff, or Buena Vista
Point, at 8c. per dozen; also map of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 12c. per dozen, at the
BuOY office.
-If you are thinking of buying prop-
erty in St. Andrews or immediate vi-
cinity, you cannot afford to purchase
until you have conferred with the pro-
prietor of the BUOY. If you are short of
money and want to 'Du-fy-- oyour- own
time for actual settlement you can be
-Pensacola Free Masons are arrang-
ing to build a temple in that city. A
lot costing $4,000 is being negotiated
for. The proposed building is estimat-
ed to cost $15,000. It is to be three
stories high; 40x150 feet. The first
floor to be used for stores and ware-
rooms, the second for offices and the
third for lodge rooms.
-Six deeds to town lots in the town
of Vineland, in Wakulla county, were
recorded last week by County Clerk.J.
J. Harrell. These deeds all came from
the north and the county clei k said he
had previously recorded about seventy-
five others just like these. There is no
such town in Wakulla county nor in
Florida and the clerk thinks someone
is evidently endeavoring to operate a
St, Andrws Bay project among the peo-
ple at the north.
-Letters received by the Buoy from
State Health Officer Dr. Porter express
entire satisfaction with .te quarantine
araiiwients for St. Andrews Bay,
urges" 'continned vigilance and discre-
tioh on the part of the officers, and un-
der; datef::Sept. 23d says:."1 do not ap-
prehend that this coast inspection will
hayo to be maintained much over a
couple of weeks longer. However you
will continue the same until apprised
by me to do otherwise."
-Pensacola Times, 23d: The an-
nouncement of the death of Mr. W. F.
Lewip will not be a great surprise to his
many friends iu this city, a, ho has been
a great invalid for many months, gradu-
ally but surely going the road we all
must travelpJ MLT.-wl, i-i.d a*- ith,

Lewis House last night at 11:20 o'clock,
attend by his wife and daughter, to
whom the heartfelt sympathy of the
whole community is extended. Mr.
Lewis was a member of the Knights of
Pythias and the Independent Order of
Improv d Red Men
-On the 23d inst., D..C. Williams of
this place received a letter from his
sister, Mrs. Forbes, (formerly Mrs. Ra-
mey) at Scranton, Miss;, reciting that
her husband, Chas. Forbes, a former
well-known resident of St. Andrews
Bay, and her little daughter, Flora
Ramey were both down with yellow
fever. On Monday pight last another
letter was recefvid which stated that
both patients were much better. but.
that the little girl had been very sick.
Scranton was reported as practically
taken possession of by the epidemic.

The Young Peoples Baptist Union
meets at the Baptist church every
Sunday at 3 ... All invited.
The Y. P. S. C. E. meets every Sun-
day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the

Was Very Nervous

Had Smothering Spells and Could
Not 8leep- Doctors Called It
Neuralgia and Indigestion.
"I had pains In my head, neck and
shoulders and all through my body but
they were most severe it my left side.
The doctor called it neuralgia and in-
digestion. I was confined to my bed for
eight months, I tras very nervous, had
smothering e ulls and could not sleep. I
read of curg ,by Hood's Barsaparilla and
of a case s ,ilar to mine. My husband
procured a .ttle, and I began taking it.
After taking'one bottle I felt better, was
able to rest and my appetite improved. I
continued until my nervousness was
cured and I was much better in every
way. My husband has also been bene-
fited by Hood's Sarsaparilla." MARY S.
SToNE, Spainville, Virginia.

HOOd S parilla
Is the Best-in tact the One True Blood Plrifier.
Sold by all druggists. $1. six for $5.
act harmoniously with
HOod's Pills Hood's Sarsaparilla.
'erso,,nt ii.
Prof. Van B. Bailey, for many
years a well-known resident of St.
Anrlrt.va&_ .m&-nu.. o,... opn v...7. A

.y-- ~A .-dM"''' ~r. r,. L -

sacula. where lie held a poiti at
the Merchiiants' Hoitel, has returned
to and taken up hi.s abode in his byv-
hood home. West Liberty, Ohio.
The Man for the Place.
"ensacola Times.
The splendid record made for the
state of Flo:ida up to this date, in
warding off all suspicion of yellow fe-
ver is much to the credit of Dr. J. Y.
Porter, state health officer, who was
among tae first officers in the ,iouth
to inaugurate measures looking to the
protection of the state from that
dreaded disease. Dr. Porter com-
mer.ced promptly, at the first suspi-
cion of yellow fever at Ocean Springs,
to guard against its introduction into
the state, working his way along the
v-coast until, reaching Pensacola, lie
had the gates all closed behind him.
Arriviig here he found the work effi-
ciently started by his agent, Hon.
Wm. K. Hyer. Since his arrival and
establishing his headquarters liere, as
the gateway into the state, the doc-
tor has been busy strengthening all
points of entrance, until Florida is ab-
solutely free from suspicion and it is
perfectly safe for all persons to travel
anywhere in the state.

A WonAerful Scholar.
Antonio Magliabeechi, the famous
Florentine scholar, was remarkable not
only for the amount and variety of his
knowledge-for he knew accurately 60
ifferentacniutnge-s---but also for11-A in-'
cessaut labors as a student and libra-
rian. "He usually passed the whole
night in study and when exhausted na-
ture demanded rest a straw chair served
for a couch and an old threadbare cloak
for a coverlet."

The people living at Peak's Island,
Me., are so healthy that the physician
who attempted to make a living by re-
maining there failed, and the islanders,
sick and well alike, contribute a certain
amount yearly, outside that paid for
services, to keep him there.
Cascarets stimulate the liver, kidneys and
bowels Never sicken, weaken or gripe.
50 cents


di a'vn for
cuit court,
V crnoIn, col
J,,lin W
Lassitter, A
els, Henry
Finuff, S.
Henry Bell
dock McQit
A iderson,
Ilayes, ..
E. P. Maxc
- Utellhills-III

"Is this 1:
inquired thl
new postma
"Yes, sir
"Thrn I
returned th
his brows b
"I d-d-do
y-y-your us,
tatiugly sta
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said the othi
bad EuIlcieu


County Jurors.
a list of the jurors
ext term of the cir-
Li will be held inl
ing November 8:
W. 11. Ham, J. T.
'erzival, J. J. Nick-
A. Pippin, Clinton
iner, Martin Davis,

, 1 ,on Strickland, Mur-
,S S. .1. Gainer, Henrj
F. 1. Swindle, T. E.
,. .i Anderson, H. E.
Vy -. Miller, Neepham
lcox, J. R. Lassitter,
Ihn B. 1lltiott, W. L.
', ry Hinson.
A e Done It.
Ie ihe general delivery?"
t ^voic-d stranger of the
s l appointee.
r, lied the N. P. A.
mn b] ige you to make it,"
Se augger mildly, though
c to beetle.
Ln ite, quite un-der-stand
) dw--w-words," 'Lesi-
in 'd tlie N. P. A.
am at my pocket lIExcon,"
Ie ad when the N. P. A.
U templated the section
e otherpro(luccd to
f i Ve-

with postmlo .parties that proba-
bly equaled I the square of its
area lie seem w derstaud perfectly.
And he mail -reneral deliver
"My boy caein~ en from school one
day with his hani ,adly lacerated and
bleeding,. and stife ng greaLt pain," says
Mr. E. J. Schall w h Meyer Bros. Drug
Co., St. Louis, "I dressed the wound
and applied C a b'ilaiii's Pain Balm
freely. All pa .sed, and in a remark-
ably short tim it ealed without leaving
a scar. For s, sprains, swellings
and rbeumatib I no of no medicine
or prescription qu I to it. I consider it
a Ljousehold s 4v." The 2. and 50
cent sizes f jrs ie ,'L.. M. Ware & Co..
St. Anlirews and Baybead, and a'l n edi-
cine dealers. f

, LiJ ., urL.hip.
'.: ,.ily f.nmuts of the nine-
.at '5, I l' nitll: r,-(koned haste.
S. .-y: is full of hurry
'.. ',- is outrage ously dear,
I ..,- ,4' s of courting men are
a ;. -ce aud leisureliness
I.,ia i .r:. i to what, they were in
i,. .:i e ;. -hey liked then to
cOI: L;:.. L'. a i.;: tA. ; ly what. is re-
ga: l mrt, a lit' n :.t to I '_ l:- Lst word
iu it, "N'4l'Il ybu marry ma ." and lth,'y
had littleIuse pir pre;imit:aric's. If the
gentlewoman v as wise ,nsd virtuous,
she, of course;knew itum-ediately \ihat,
to sany, for sbh previously lhid been in-
formud of hes.Tuitor's fortuLe, as he of
her dowry, aqA a few minutes only vere
necessary for he young pi..,ple to swe
whc-ther hlie \vere mutnail-, agriW.-itble
or not.-Em Stone in LipincotL's.
-S:-ind 16 it.b in currency or pott-
age- stamps H. C. McFadden, Assii.t-
Fat General angerr Agent, Plant
Svste ,ofR '-s';avannah, Ga., fuor
d II c !r1a .

"I dou't b,
of man I wot
perfect gontl
"Yes; I i
up to me as I


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4:55 a.m. 6:03 p.mp. Dupont
5:50 a.m. 7:0F p.m. Ar WV.v'cross
8:20 a.m. 11:15 p.m. Ar Jackson-ille
Train No 82 leaves Montgomery, 4:00 p.m.; Troy, C.
Train No 83 arrives Montgomery, 1 t:4 .n'a.m :Trov, 1i

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Brunqis ick 1
St. Augustine
Palatka i
Winter Park

Live Oak
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6:50 p.m. Lv Lakeland 9:10
7:30 p.m. Ar Tampa 8:001
7:40 p.m. Tamna Bay Hotel 7:45.
"' Port Tampa 7:20
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Presbyterian church. All interested rsNos. 57 and 58 carry Pullm-nan Palace Sleep.ini
Pi c h Al anid 'st. Louis, also through day coach between Jacksonv
in Christian Endeavor work are reclining chair cars between Jacksonville and Montgoni
earnestly invited to attend. Pullman Palace Sleeping Carsbetween Jacksonville ani
83 daily except Sunday: all others daily. vor an' other
THE ONLY True Blood Purifier agent of the Plantnystem or W. V. LIFSEY, Div. Pa
prominently in the public eye to- C. H. McFADDEN. Asst. G. P. A. B. W WRENN. P
day is Hood's Sarsaparilla. Therefore P. S.-Send 16 cents for a beautiful deck of P
get Hood's and ON LV Mufnn 'r ,,,.,r,

,e Objeetion.
eve Milliken is the sort
Scare to introduce to my

by, he's one of the most
,en I ever knew!"
t care to have him held
odel all the time. "-De.

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:. n.m. i3:4' in
:45 a mi. 2:35 p.iu.

EART DISEASE, has ts victim at a
disadvantage. Always taught that
heart disease Is incurable, when the
symptoms become well defined, the patient
becomes alarmed and a nervous panic takes
place. But when a sure remedy is found
and a cure effected, after years of suffering,
there Is great rejoicing and desire to "let
the whole world know." Mrs. Laura Wine-
Inger, of Selkirk, Kansas, writes; "I desire
to let the whole world know what Dr. Miles'
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure has done for
Sme. For ten years I had
iant K1Xe pain Inmy heart, short-
- nhess of rTret. pnrpl a-
Restores tion, pain in my leftside,
Health....... oppressed feeling in my
Helth..... chest, weak and hungry
spells, ba.d dreams, could not lie on either
side, was numb and suffered terribly. 1 took
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure and before I finished
the second bottle I felt its good effects, I feel
now that I am fully recovered, and that Dr.
Miles' Heart Cure saved my life."
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure is sold on guarantee
that first bottle benefits, or money refunded.
Dr. Miles' Pain Pills ston Headache.

Historic Trees In New York.
On West One Hundred and Fifty-
ninth street and St. Nicholas avenue,
Washington Heights, stand a number of
remarkable trees. They were formerly
the grounds surrounding the old Jumel
mansion, which is now known as Earle
Cliff. They are Egyptian cypress, and
have a history, like everything pertain-
ing to this remarkable mansion and its
grounds. They were sent as a present to
Napoleon Bonaparte from the sultan of
Egypt as a gift of honor, but arrived in
Havre, France, after the battle of Wa-
terloo. Stephen Jumel, who was in
France at the time, and a personal
fri-'i:l of Napoleon, succeeded in gain-
hg na anudience, wiLh the emperor the
ci':,r before he was banished to the is-
au, i of St. Hieiina. Ni'.apol-ou presented
tht s' trees to Jumel, wi ho i.(, -..Lt thcmn
to America on the cli pr ship Eliza,
whA, i he hod charlercii with the hope
uf :,idinig Nipcl'-:o to escape to this
co:'! try. Ih.'se te.-'e, when' brought
h i had lthtir n;ti e ear:h still cliig-
ir.: ,' rheir roots. riThiy were planted
S. : l bov, wh.5ere they flourish-
el1 g. nr,'w to in -rge ize, spreading
on' rhtir Ie'culiar branches wiide over
t,-..; ",',)p(i. soil-a mnute reminder of
t:r 1, .ey< oi empires as well .s people.-
CorMIng Hls Way.
"Things seem to be coming my way
at lust.," said thj t.,,li: i on thestage
as ho dodged another cabbage. -Somer-
ville JournaL
It Saves the Croupy Children.
Seaview, Va.-We have a splendid sale
on Chamberlain's Couu' l'inedy, and
our customers coining from i'ar- and near
speak of it in the highest terms. Many
have said their children would have died
of croup if Chamlberlain'eCough Reinedy
had not been given.---KELLAM & OuRaREN.
The 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by L M.
Ware & Co., St. Andrews and Bayhead,
and all medicine dealers.


Divorce Notice.
First Judicial Circuit of Florida --Circuit
Court of Washington County.
Jas. A. C. Bracken, complainant, vs, Cor-
nelia Ann Bracken, defe: dant-IBill for
It being made to appear by the sworn
allegations of said hiill of complaint that
the defendant is a non resident, it is
therefore ordered that the defendant Cor-
nelia Ann Bracken, do appear, plead, an-
swer or demur to the said bill of com-
plaint on the 1st day of November, 1897,
the same being rule day of this court, or
said bllt will be taken as confessed, and
that this order be published once a week
for four consecutive week in the St. An-
drews BuoY, published at St. Andrews, in
the county and state aforesaid.
Done and ordered this the 92th day of
September, A. D., 1897. W. B. LASSITT-ER,
Clerk Circuit Court, Washington Co.
W.O. BIrTLnR, Cnlpl't'Y Solicitor.

Divorce Notice.
First Judicial Circuit of Florida Circuit
C1.ut of W. n lington County.
J. P. Hal-, C,,tiiiiniant, vs. Lomie Hart,
I-lP(',.it-i- ill for Divorce.
It Iheing iii de to appear by the sworn
ai,'~ tiui ol' -aid bill of c in .lainit that
Ill- ..'defend il.t i a non r.:t .rh- nt, it is
Ilh ri-:t're) otdie-td that thp d ndaiit Lo-

F p.m 1:04 p.m.nif H a it ,du .I a ..i ar. ple id, answi r or e-
p.m. 12:16 : .m. M ,r ti id Id bill ol coupl-tiit, on ll the lIt
p.m. 11:15 s., d*,v "t N," cenli:r, A 1., I 497, or oaid bill
p.m. 8:20 a.mn ill li: taken as contli-esed, and that this
P-inckard,10:20a.m. Order Ile t1 u I ,lih,'.d 1 ,ce a week for lfui
Piuckard, 5:00 am 1cl'neive ee.ts i tnhe t F Andrewv,
1. t,, Inlilii.h il in SM Aiidre3ts in theli
) p.n. J1:0l)l a.m ,,ti,, ~,id co, m t .and t.it, -.
I p.m. 8:14 a.mn. [hi,,n aild UIld.rtLI. thi.n Ilie "21th Jday o'
) .n. 6 3O a.m Se.l A D., ~!9lT. W. B. L.%-, tI Elt.
Sp.m. 9:45 a.m. Clkrk C('0rnii C(',,-t Wa'hii,.in Co.
p.m. 7:00 n.111. W 0. BLt r.I I, Conipl't's Sulicitor.
o) .m. 7:30 a.m Notice in Divorce.
p.m. 1:4H .ti First Judicial Circuit of Florida --Circuit
p.m. 12:3(0 a 1n Court of Washington County.
p.m. 12:17 'n Minerva S. Mixon. Complainant. vs. J. F.
a.m. 11:31 p..al. Mixon Defendant.
) a.m. 9:-15 p.m. It being made to appear from the alle-
4 p.m. 8:ij a.m. gations of said bill of complaint and the
p.m. 6:11)5 I.in, same being sworn to, that the defendant
p.m. i :21 (I- J. F. Mixon is not a resident of the sfate
p.m. 3:15 a.m. of Florida, but is a resident of the state of
p.m. 1:3) a.n. Georgia and that he is over the age of 21
p.m. 1'2:05 a.m. years of ago; It is therefore ordered that,.
min. 9:30 p.11.. the defendant J. F. Mixon appear plead,an-
m. 9:1 p.. swer or demur to the said bill of complaint
a.m. :-05 p.m. on or by the 5th day.ofOctober, A. D. 1897,
a.m. 7:50 p.m. the same being the first Monday of Octo-
a.m. h5 ,.m. beraiid a rule day of this court or said
a.m. 7:25 p.m. bill will be taken as confessed.
3:20 p.m. This order to be published once a week
etweenJ .Iaksonvilfle in ally weekly newspaper p-iblished in
Nashville: also tree said county for the period of four weeks
ros. 33 and 31; carry prior to the 5th day of October, A. D.
ille. Nos. 82 and 1897, the same being the first Monday in
a.tor npply to any October, A. D. 1897.
Montgomery. Ala.. Done and ordered this 14th day of
i Mgr. August, A. D. 1897. W. B. LASSITTER,
Cards. Somethinrr Clerk of Courts, Washington Co., Fla.
S, W. 0. BUeLTLE, -Solicitor for Complte,






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cure ics' :.';i. l,.,' r. ei);, sil e ,instipation
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gnaren, .'. n 1'1;- .by all (lrn!' wrists.

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stanline, late of Wasthingtioh county, de-
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April 14, 1897, aud l'cr.ree. Cauor-writtt,

Let The Whole World
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Dr.Miles' Heart Cure Does

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W ETAPPO Stories of Prinsop. On An-orlre q.tot.r'i I -! p .
WET PPO Xt Mr. Va]i ntiu Prit-u p, tho whl L. A.uitu, in L-...,I-.' '-'t,-
Special to the B13uo. known English artist, is a very jolly poses that "te A;... ii-'i.u 1 -Iel i! ;.
\, The weather is still dtry. Briton indeed, and is fond of telling still the dr,-udt_ f th. i.'lx'i ir-, 1 ,,. .-
S- J. A. Lyle of Faiindai wais here amusing stories aboat himself and his eler. When yolu sta'., in rr ..e,
profession. Even his name proves a you become at oi!,, >. Yoi arm
p -r Sunday. source ot mirth, a,.l h(e .l1 a to relate ahrdefnvd ,-2. ,,i- to .1 th ,.-re is the
-i W. A. Muh,.rt iiai<- a trip doown the blunt('* s its oddity has occasioned, magistrate vho ,-ill at,pr- a fitting
the bay last week. Once, when going to dine at a fashion- punishment for your crinn H prowls
the ba as wek, able mansion, he was accosted by the the number (uf y'ur r.oon if It r
. J. S. Pooire, who has been away butler: the condemne,1 c-.l n !l y hre a l^rti.
Thursday, Sept. 30, 1897; for some time is back on the bay "What name, sir?" surprised that ho d.,-'e nt S 1n1,:i thle
aI agian. "Prinsep." black cap :ad it,.--.l.i- th, '. ic.( c,_ 11-
S oGreat was the big artist's amusement ency on your 8001. i us-.- ia think he
S T, A ND R E NV S Frank Williams of Pandy Creek when he was then announced loudly suffe-r.d fro; i ovcrsu.lvy u tri':hts of
PRI CES CURREN T. was here on business one day last and pompously as Prince Heppl man and re1:udeiL th-1is i a al yra-'
Mr. Prinsep's favorite anecdote is one mid with hiuti-.if as thi 1,. t
Corrteted by L. M. Ware & Co. week. often told, but always good, of which "In the Europeaau hotl i-av! ,-r is
GROCERIES. As soon ds the grates arrive wo he claims to be the original narrator. accustomed to be ti.i.--it. w iI -.--i.l-ra-
uGih u Iatd 6% e No75 will be able to hear the hum of the Moreover, it is a true one. Annold coun- tion. He stays in the ho qi* I,., -u
ee6 Gunpowder 80 w aai at R V D d s illtry couple, so he relates, had strayed pleasure and lookhsupon tI -i,.;t.a-
LtCoffeeA 6 Gunpowder.. 80 saw again at R. V. Deaderick s mill. into the Manchester Art gallery, cata- tors as designed for his s :.. .:utha a
loffee," Cond milk, k can Jos. s Der antl, J. J. Krunimilhr liogue in hand, niu..l wre w.inld.-ri:ig theory is hateful to the pe air ri-nb-
Green.... 12@20 Unsweetnt'a. 12 ,, were aw.iale-I the contract andi aie from romn to room loo-ing at the pie- licani mt of the AT.irican t- I cl.hrk.
Arbuckle, 6 lb $1 Sweetened... t3 tures, which w re jinumberd an-w, on, He i- --ou.-thinuig o -re that ni.u and
;iuger anaps 3 1 25 Baking powder building the bri- i e over Little Sandy two, three and so oni iun eah division, your I.r-th-i-, fur .It t.-v!n rc*- I izo .1
3rackers,soda. 7 Roynal...... .. 50 Creek. The uIal will suion be open instead of cio'atiinua.-.Iy throughout tlhe equality, much !, rs d..f.r civility. '
olhacco, plug 25a50 Campell. .... 0 ra whole xlhibitin. The two oiht p,:'t.:ni The hi-t.-l is a hi v.i-, noi nut. raiu- -
laisins Canned f-uit s 9 r0 c stopped it avwe and admuiratioun biri m, nt. but cottrtiin. ati ioni ri. 1 ot '
London layers. .121 Peacihes... 15.a0 Soale muirnings the pabt week have Madtx Brown'ss h,:ric picture, the care fur the .i.il.-!'e t. iv,:, *1 ,.
Valencia ...... 8 T onatoes.... ta1)n "rtieIIt o r thn e 1-J "
le ........6 Apples ........710 been rather -c>,I. "Deat-h of King L'tr. where. w without e.'irig m *c;:-:k the ,
apples Pears......... 15 A good many are getting reaU' o ,'s this u, Jiry?. akod th ,.-t un A,,tiun f s r evcuof d
Evaporated ...8 Plumso......... 5 old an i uiy. .--ul d A 'i- ,r be i -
Dried Peaches 8 Apricot........ 25 for fishing an,.i the finny tribes l I "A'll pfo-, Jorgo, A'll see, ef ye'll pos.I to try rh. c.: rii ff au (li-
Coal Oil prgal .... 15 Strawberries... -20 better look a litt l out. give me n minute." garehy a junta of h.-.t '-ks iu;hbt
gasoline .......20 Pineapple.... 20 The old lady hastily turned to f1:.- conduct tih-- ini. s-i oft .lnti-ry with
lorida Syrup. .. 40 Canned Meats catalogue division .f anuoti-r room, anui an in:i;,:,aive i.v--i itrv w ld have h,
foncy.........1.00 Hoast Beef... 1 2, He Would Not de Undersold. read off the number corn,-.rn.dig to atoni hrd the cu.auiil h
Jiuegar......... 30 Corned Beef.. 1 2, Colonel Jan.:-s Tartiplin, a veteran of that of the picture b-f.re thi-nt. It '-
Jheese pr lb.... 15 Chipped Beef 20 the Mexican and 'ci.il wars, is a eri- -. T .

I ili a buitl,: or ,-uui ,o,., glass with urine P
ian..i 1 1 it s'lh,J l t'. ii '.-lI- |trhours; a sed-
inu-:Int or st-tlithiig indicates an u tuhealtl:.v
.o.i-iitiin 'it the kidneys. \ en ukri ne-n1 1
.a'l til- linr u is 'viiieii.e ti kidi-e 1.1" 1 "i' *Tiu

itoulle. ToJuu I r .1 1 d ,cil to uu, in !,
,,r I-atiu it. l je lak, is al oiUK ii hi. ,i.
pi'i.,I t hit lhe 1,\buc^. and bladder" ai
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W~ i.\T TO DO.
Tli.:r is c,,mifort: in the kno led-:e so
,liu I. tI It..-I,. iti Li Dr. K',' sS',, Si'wa am p
R-.,,t, tlii. :ieat ki-iyv remedy fulfils er-
,..iy wi-li it rle'iii' i pain in'thei back,
linliies, lm-i Il> ,i.( ,' r ant every part of
Ih.. >urin:. pan s-.I .i s*- It corrects i abil-
it% b., i ,,l. irii: :,,,l. l.d i,, ;,aiiu in p-ss-
,1.4 it, or I.aI tir uni i., i,,,i.; (,the use of
iail ,'. t i 1-,- 1o ,-i,.-r, and overconies thaIt
iii c|.:l;.iiant n '.-i:.-, ity of being compelled
I*, g.t Lil i Oil lh ti,'i-. during the night to
r'iiit-.. 'II. l i M ill nd ilthe (;-xtt.i., ,in ,I V
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ReiIrifld Elabit.
Tho conYi-t i-und,.-r,,iint cr of -,,u!tarv
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.-...-.- I I pi of to -1r,]d,,s ,- - _._* 1 [,1. L-1
..-.,+, Salisbury C
S, a wa g i y i the war, pictureof acli f:i r a ci, Volcano of PineSal i
e6 Salmon. 1.......s5 which hebore hiusc lt with much lhouor. and jut reach t an1 ts s nv tt L , il .r
Beans .......... 4 Canned Vegetahles T an ,,vqt reacthui by theo tnisx us shep- T touri. f tie c uliinTw. h,-\" \;ur. di .,- v.L u Io
Cocoanut pkg. 10 -Baked Beans... 15 Colonel Tamplie as e i herd, who calls the result. of hl exmlil- whiend. avori: to . grmt his r. l East f St An ews
Fiuit Puddine... 10 Coru ......... 124 recently, whcn he sw a mention of t nation of thm poor L,-ant's injuri-s to o of chi h. i a'wh'h l". l Uit, it m 11 r..rl., r, b,
Jelly, glass 15a'25 Peas. .. 1 president of one uf the great railroad, his com rades on the rocks al,-,e. She h M 11...n tim - ________
Lime Juice......5 Pumpkin. ....15 centering in C hicago. "Ill t you read offthe title of thu picture to ht.r thiek 1 -V tsBal New York pr(: -.
Eggs pr doz. 15 story about that man," he said. "When hsland: re's. "f I the. D- r i...s i"t Eith _,l l
PROVISIONS. we were hanging around Vicksburg "Thr's Life In the 011 Dog Yet." s r a .t i mor.J i h h ROU
Flour Pork looking for troul with the 'Jhnuies, Lookingc pasi ly the p grahical il Fp I AY Q A TTY
S MO- N ..... 2,85 D.Bacon S. pr ides...... there wa more r s raging. I re- red form of the aged and forsaken fissure ino t he v)ri~t '' QUANTITY
Jorne I 0 Bae Sides member thisman, t n a private in our king Jarge failed to perceive anything nunrt to t'* e sur- THE GLOVER PLAL S SCI TG-LES
oat Meal pr It... 5 Br'kf'st Bacon.. 11 mpay, while nosing about the ad- wrong in the name. mounted, castlIl.k., by r| ,, ve *LA THOMPSON & JOhNS
e per bu... ..5 f Ham canvassed 1 joining farms ran across a barrel of "o there is, gal, so there is!" he cx- summits from south:l-s t ( ) Watson Bayon is offered fLr rent
otts Shoulders..... 10 prime cider. Being a good soldier, he claimed, in a burst of pity; adding, called Cuntur-(uachai ,a P"" ", oihiae- no seaso- with p, ivilvgo of two
Iri 1 20 Beef promptly confiscated the cider and em- with dropped voice and a shake of the a and ui.hao de l L t 10" with PIt
Early'seseed 1.20 Corned ......... 8 ployedan aged darky to tote it into with dropped voiceanda she f cha and p lco ie L F the right party, who wl take P
Sweet .. 60@75 ....... ca .d much"-Youth's Companion. other" or Fe ., O Aclm .,,,, care of the premises. here is a
3alt,pr sack... 85 Dried.........25 "Cider was scarce in those days, and ter or "h Mann" it' hi e t u a
Table ....... 5 Milk prqt...... 10 he rigged up a temporary bar and was he oTh is t tnly rt hiol S en pport
HARDWARE. soon doing a lively business retailing it The Prow. region of pirp tual snow. n For particulars apply at Bo office, F O si
tNails, oer 134a4i Ax,with handle. 80 at 10 cents a cup. The barrel stood well Plowing was undoubtedly first done ascended it i a 18,.. Sebasti IJ s i .
alv wire do.6a6i Hoes, each..'.. 35a50 back in his tentandfor a time he a with a forked stick, the long arm being 1845, spending several day Ithe ace for Passe
toveia cook..ir 6.$Sab5aLinseede oil ga155@600 Ckbusy filling, andorders that hetpaidmeno at-nL" Ei.-O S A N D R
Mailla rope...9al20opper paint, can 45 b fili ordrs that b d no t- harnessed, in some primitive way, to an in a part of it.i crattr, anc tan Its OJ SAL4E 2
itove, cook,. $8a25 Linseed oil, gal55@60 to di ox or team of oxen, and the short arm mountaine-r \VWvr.hc-r ijl .Its ac- n o. Ablr
Pipe, per joint 15 tension to a disturbance in the rear of pointed for the purpose of penetrating tivities are it.ritt, n Another Bargain in eal Estate. R mS C mfrtable
Prints per yd 5a hecks ... 5a6 dwindle and he realized that something the ground. The plow is one of the old- general several times iu Eh century,
Prheetints, per yd.. 5a9 Flannel Checks.......5a40 was wrong. He importuned a passing est of agricultural implements, and it but it has now for a long ti bteu rEa- T i.Kilherg place, miles northeast
Iuslin ...... 9l Thread per spool. 5 soldier to sample his wares, but the fel- is a curious fact that inorientalcoun- sonably quin.sr, ut. Ito o aAmerica timbered land, being the w est half of
Jeans.......15a45 Shoes, ladies.$1a2 75 low shook hi head and said the price tiasdesced o pwis uow ie n o o t
Eztrapants pat 2!5 MeI's .. $140a300 was too high. 'There's a fellow around as was described by the writers of 2,000 or the world, but, thlie e f the the sou thwest quarter of section 6, p
MISCELIANEOUS. hee selling cider at 5 cents a glass,' he years ago. The plow represented on the Swiss tomtits att, t i Nourages 4s, range 13w; 4 acres fenced with The Subscription Price oS
Hflay pr cwt..75al .1, Oats pr bu...... 40 said. Egyptian monuments of 8000 B. C. familiar approach, and thcr is a god picket fence and i cultivatione, with D E R E S T' S
Brai... 05al.05 Brick pr M .. 13.00 a s York
Rope Sial..... 7@ Lime pr l....13.00 "The owner of the barrel took a turn may be seen in the valley of the Nile deal yet to learn about it. and a habitable shanty. Price $300
Rope S Ral ...UIT@ ime pr l. 75 around his tent and found a great crowd today. Our patent office has over 10,000 Tribune. artly on time if desired. For particu- DE R
Oranges pr doz.. Pecans pr 1b..... 15 gathered in the rear. Another member models of plows. In Egypt, Syria and that ars d, the BUnOY. e a.- Magazine; althout
Apples ........ 12 Walnuts. ....... 20 of the company had driven a spigot into which has been in use for thousands of The lady rtrr ced ly -- MACA INE fashion each
tLemons ......... 30 Almonds........ 15 the other end of the barrel and was do- which has been use for thousands of e l Incorporation otice. able features. I
OY ing a land office business. Well, he saw years. The plow described by Virgil, and fro in th f the n. Inc of th strpor atutio i such case.eve
Shll prl,000 1.50 Opened pr qt .. 15 a landthe eame was up and rather than be 81 B. 0., is in use in many country dis- "o think th wi s pak to- made and provided, notice is hereby given l i ed contents are
Shell pr IVE,000 1 .50 Opened pr qt outdone game was up, anvited the whole crowd tricts of Italy today. In 1618 patents colic while I am obliged of the intention of the undersigned to gp- ivl nty, the nam
Horses... $(8000 Cows....... $15a$25 around in front and told them to pitch were taken out by David Ramsay and night and"- dply to the governor bf the state of Flori- ishes the best th
Iules... 100s.$1 55 Hogs........$3 to4 in He was willing to meet competi- Thomas Wildgoose for "engines to plow She ende.avorcd to col l ida for letters patent incorporating the F. progressivee writer
en., pr yoke .$40 Sheep.......... $a grounds, whether inland or upland." while the air was rent. "t. Andrews Horti-u rl nd hnprve. n everythin-Ar
POULTRY tion, and rather than be undersold on In the Scriptures plowing with differ- -";,y h-Ust.aud oat of to -" e .n,.., ', 1m|,t ,,t' *t. A, ih, ,,i.,,..rl,, ':tion, Houihi
Ch'ickenseach 15a25 Geese each. 45a50 his own goods he would ladle out the ent kinds of animals itched tothr k ,,nay Jou.L ..lI..,i cla telr:- ,-elt.1, e.,ti
seach154 .entkinds of animals hitched togfthor Yln1k ol' ---.iug it. t n,. M1.t1.1,1t
l I rk ts .. 7 5 a l .0 0 D u c k s . ... . 15 a 2 0 c id er fre e -a oI lh ii ,o e in c t | ; i n \ it .),,,,nne,...,.u!
GAME. "I reckon, however," added Colonel was forbidden on account of the cItuelty C.e--N I. ii- liiut.oL an ..m IL- ~ .Ii A ,, t,,e (G I -EAT Nl()
Veuison Ir 11 7al0 lTirkc) s...... 75a1 .00 Tamplin, "that he had made enough involved by the uni.alIal drifit imposed A Grr.k..T ""a.."" rt .'., ;:. p..n .,,,.l i pl .., .u- DEliE MOREST'.S MiAGAZNE Fashion.
.. FISH... before the trick was.di-fcovercd Qto.giv_ ,n the ima ls of diff rent sizes worki n Tha i. h.a rus :,I ruh gi ,' G r. u v l i. S" h i --,i- th., t ponti,..e in any ,ot ..e puhli atiou.m
Frdosh Salt him a start in the railroad business, for is the same harness Ira China mth plow lair t Ip t i.r h i..ti ,.,.,,v, F Ioritan. Sush1 r-, are entitlc. tach ionth
Mullet pr doz 25c Mullet pr )1 4.50 Isee he has been doing quite well ever s a sacred implimenrt, and models are :uis. It i, ,-imply ir...u ilnf iiAinit in a TI> .*ral Vstines at th.-,,,[,n, mau attire, at :. cost to trh.1 othN-r lN,
Trout....... 2 Trout...... 4.50 since."-Chicago Times-Herald. consecrated in the temples of the goals. ,at-:- frm. it. l le t., dell in 1...1l, in \\Wah;,t,n pin".
Pomprano pr lb.. 6 Pompano, ... 10.00 I'CiaoTmsHrlAs early as IS-19 st(-aLm plows were pat-r, f',, it t-i ..t, nl i nit, ;ni other c..unl.. in tfle state Florida .T O C.''E CT
Sturgeon...... 10 Mackeral .... 8.00 oity ented in the United States. .i... iill e-l. hire, le.- a,, iim proviT t than a year's subscriltin t DEM()
LUMBER. .,,, 1n.,ad the prudueing ol agricultural -ib a,
Flooring, Ceiling. During the years of his second ad- The Gllie's Excuse. .d hurlicltual apr,_duts aid th, luri- h-i ng at in ci a u
ueart, m. ..$16.00 Heart, nm...$14.00 ministration President Grant was ao- It is well known that thequeen has a selling the sanitL; to dI. a in and iati Ltt itheimn azine.Tat the
Face .. 14.00 Face ... 12.00 customer to spend his summers at Mont- dislike to the sni of tobI c o and ev stok, I tu p. pare ll t.. .L U
Sap ... 10,00 Sap .... 10.00 real Beach, N. J. Near his cottage was such a constt sno k br as the i u -it c.,,, mpny fo, r ,at ke; a. Great Special Clubbing OF-
iDrop iding, Clapboards, that of Hon. George M. Robeson, secre- Wales is scar ful to d,.-olorize rhimseftlit l e, a-h iAsMs,: t i5f
HIeart face Fm 15.00 /x6 in. 6 m...$12.00 tary of the-navy, whose family consist- Walescars f tossi loe b oreiuree id tur,,hi, ir,,.i all Ii..s d ,e ',nii a ,h, i.,al.i th,
Sap 1000 Finishing lum- ed of his wife, his 4-year-old daughter t.-strntion aid >,.-intenanre i f l. j I
B uff lum b er.. 8@ 12 ber, d .. $12@ 15.00 o,., '- s the late>r,,n p,, t a.' ,.,, n -i ,',d t,,
BuIF lumber.. 8@l2 berd. $1-2@l5.00 Ethel, and his 8-year-old stepson, Rich- by his royal mother. Perhaps the late n UN
Heart hingles, 2.50 Lath, m.... 2.00 Ethel, and his 8-year-old stepson Rich- John Brown took herrmaj.-sty'saversionu r, ,t lie n,,ti,,:.. il th.l, us,,,I.e con- SendC ,o' su-,lcrition to thi, ,lfce at
Sap 1.50 Boat lumber, ard Aulick, whose father had been a more coolly than any o else, for his ,, unuti ,,fu : th
dressed.... $20 commander in the navy. sporran was always crammed with a ,ni,.o.f n,,,ne ,, ,:mnl,,.,s a..J ,,lhr, ,I.. PII $it a011 T .ll
It was the custom of all war vessels mixture peculiarly black and strong. n1 .t*pr.i'c ,icvirlit: t1., -piI lairs ian ... . ...- --
STATE OF Ono, CTv or tOLEDo tO fire a series of salutes as they passed On one occasion the late Duke of .'v a;i p mn,. ju, 1- ri,,-ri. i.r,.,..t.
LucAs COUNTY. SS the secretary's cottage. These were con- Sutherland sent sme live di.er to Wind- ii fiT3ntrur-, I,,rtic,,Ituti, r''...L_, r b Lis.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he scientiously returned by young Aulick, sor under the charge of his hiad keeli r, ,,, and s. ;,. c i T'. l;l0 nlt n >. ,1 1.-1,-
.ho had mounted a toy cannon at the 13. Trhc <-q i.iiP o i- i, hi-an 4. 11all I,,-. The 1;
is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. who had mounted a toy cannon at the who, having sC.n his c-hargs sa.-iy ...i ti,.*i- Ii. i -,I 'ill r re..ai :'.fr. ar.n .. .. il l. li ol tlu.-, r'.
S Cheney & Co., doing business in the City hooto oused foregthsi the h eit Bown, d B.,n,1 -.-ill ,itd,.J ;i. o tdn -n, u l, hu d I" l' d" i i the- cn t l'.1 r
One ,ornin smoke and whslluVy spei-cdi Is coinibin,ii:d in --t l ,, ,"t' '. d.,tt ,rC 1 ,-4 e,.,l tI- tih, a ; .car
of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, and playing with se companies they no smallqwllti~ky pt dilty co ari., iu i -. ..I h .-, -,. ai, ,h- 1 ,,l ,, ,".1 "" "-"';l 1-:' "r
that said firm will pay the sum of ONE were startled by the booming of guns, was progressing John as o. I r. l a We, ..... :
iiUNDREDDOLLARSforeachand every and rushing to the front yard they be- moned to tho q inen's precuee, and HA. 1 .n ,- ", n.n.i .... ......... ;i
ease of Catarrh that cannot be cured by held great smoke wreaths drifting away a ietn without .hni1 hi' n co .i.iti, in. r.laii.> a 11I 'I't t "il 1.........
the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. from the United States ship Tallapoosa. clothes. His sovereign lady sn,' r d t lt- :1 r L t 1,-l I. l. ; it.' -.., k l.r... .?. 5,
clothes. His soveri-ig- lady siwp id tI e d,- l:, .,. i hei'',.,c.-
FRANK J. CHENEr. Without further ado Richard applied ed the peI-aut odor and rep:oacd r , ii'd p ii. i-st'l..- dill:r An ...
Sworn to before me and subscribed in the fuse to his gun and acknowledged Brown with it. TA TE lii", thtl: ,,t ril,-h ,ni ,,,- F-,i,,, ,.' .r,-. -
my presence, this 6th day of December, the salutation. While thus employed the H ech Y ur majesty," said Brown, .I,-a a t 11 k: m.;nth .,a ac n.aini d, cl f,-. .u r.:
D., 1866. A. W. GLEASON, kneeling boy suddenly felt three light "it's nae my fault. It's joort 't<,act' i, 1, @ a@ \\ ,e t i u ai F. ,, :.I-,, .l ., n,..nthly l
1s8A6.] Notary Public. blows on his back, and looking up be- t|,with the duk r a f-r, a it -t i.iii,,:,i; -,,, -i .-. a ,:ek
[SEAL.] NotaryPublic. with the duke's venr,, r. He wa-fr-
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally held the figure of the president standing on the spot.-L-,,n ,.n Tkap. ,-..t I l -I a ,lnl..ant., unl. -s ii1 I' ". ./-i i ... I c
a , beside him. In one hand the nation's g v n i H 5 iv I .. I,-:rd .I ii,*t ,11. th,.n Ai.' l 1. '.,I, t. "' o"'
and ants directly on the blood and mu- chief held a lighted cigar, while in the e Lague. Y. .1 . ....... 1
cous.surraces of the system. Send for other the astonished boy saw a toy The Satn.'r v Fcvi..v: F -vs tih:t whrv-nu rt t the. pule vi. s : ,. t ..... |li
testimonials, free. sword belonging to his sister Ethel. he was in Ey-pt ML, l: Twain liti l tvwo ...t'. \V I ,.r .th.. r p,:,,ty i- ikl i h it' ,
J. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0. "Rise, Richard; I dub thee knight," Arab guides to tak-e hmn to tlI- pyra. it t'1iU t I. tre ...l all lii.. h, j,.,d,.Intl S 01 L' -1 u- r i'. F>lat.-
Sold hy Druggists, 75c. said the rugged old warrior, amid the mids. He v:as faruili.r .unnu- h -w'itb ] T.,ir. 4 t ,ats..-e.er.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.. laughter of several friends who attended Arabic, he tLonr.it, t,, nu ir.-'andiaid IS JUST AS COOD F4?R LTS. 1~. l- Iigh-Cot iIrl..lten"z ths .---'
him. h be understood witL pi.rf,..t ease. To his WARRANTED. P .CEpO tS. .o , f i,, CiF Oit t tnr t
y t yThen, returning his cigar to his lips, consternation e f-l.aud that h lie could ,,, ALATA ,,N3.L 1..,
Stain empathy. he smiled grimly and resumed his way. not compre!nd a aword that 1itber of e -i, s. t 1 boles of Thi t.. ot i,1:1trs shall hn
not Ofan ( optreliww a ) S o a w ord that, "ither oif s.o!r-r en- wY"s-i hbet. yea of 5 'It i ,I diie-e tirt s hiall h iL I
yog ca yostoaway y So hom The Sunflower and tIa us es the guides uttered. At tlie lyraids he orL S TASTLE6S CHILL IC and hav r l I G. SU F, S,
young rascal, you ran away from home, t..iuehtt breo pro-.s alren-ly tbis ye In all our ex-
did you? You ought to be thrashed for The sunflower is a native of America. m et a friend, to whom hi: made kno\\ u pertne -. r b dr eS ai- ft cinar 1 ar'v I.n!r h .rl t'r ihes .T. ANDRI\ol BAY, FLA.
leaving home and thrashed again for get- In 1569 it was introduced into Europe his dilemma. It waq vpry myv-terious-. nte-u a ft ur .i c. Yourt s -. o ti.t *i i nliI-r,,, ,lt-a ui --f Plre-ll i..
levn,',g ~ d a & W-tw" ..a p. d is naw extensively cultivated Opere, Twain thought. Viy, the txpilanlitinu A C I c. t- aloi..-h the ai. -
Stowaway Please, sir, m sister particularly I Russia, where I1 has simple in h, Falt it ne. = 1 e c' hd-uc ti-l7 ; ect to such. rt e-- 6
commenced takin musiclessons an prac- been grown for 60 years, principally for Please -nlitu n nme, tbhen said ..ictbii,,, n, I. 2. m*rll .l I- lt.v-I, s
ticin scales on the planer, an Ithought the oil contained in its seed. The seeds, Twain. 'Why, yon -hcinld have hird -11 "I pr-i;d.i, ice prsilt.tal se- e
the wouldn't be nopiars on ships after the shells are removed, contain 84 younger men. Th, :e old fell,:ws L.ive .' i. r-trai, who ,-'hll .-lecrtd by tlr bhu, o,., C-
Come to my arms, my son. I had a per cent of oil. This oil i clear, ligh lost their teeth, atI, f cnot, they hen you i nr at i-i nn.i r-- t i
York Weekly. lar pleasant and mild taste. It is said Arabic.' Ee.. ic, :l a r.it, a e. x ,, I'.e r th,i.v sha .. i r. '0
to be superior to both almond and olive Hairpin Motor. A N.t 1. sii than liv. ,Ui,, mrec tlhn >,,,Le I'""- I '-
por Consoltion. oil for table purposes and is used in A fuseburned out in onoof theWeth. -,,, -ihall enhlitirt,- the I.,,i .,, di, re'L.- -k. '
The Friend-Didn'tthe parson's visit making soap and candles. In Russia arsfield cars, and the car at once came ors who shall be elected by the stockhold- Z -:
onsole you? the larger seeds are sold in immense to a standstill. After a moment the mo- AAlways the be ers by twIlt at their annual meeting 0
The Widower-He's a poor hand at quantities to the lower classes of the torman opened the front door, and, put- Forleew- vere which shall be held on the last F iday in .-.- -. -.- 1
consolation. people, who eat the kernels as we do ting in his head, inquired, "Can any D. FERRY& CO. January of each years, ond they shall t.-
The Friend-Why, what did he say? eanuts. The stalks furnish a valuable lady lend me a hairpin?" His singular DetiL h. serve for lrei.: years or ttilthir su-
The Widower-Said she wasn't dead, fertilizer, while the green leaves are request was at once complied with, and 7. Until the first election, W. A. Em- -_ ___
but gone before.-Illustrated Bits. dried, pulverized and mixed with meal in a short time the car was again under ions shall be president, Robert own 2 E T
__ as food for cows. The stalk produces an way. "What did you want that hairpin ._ _------- vtce president, H. E. Howard secrelarv "- for F
-~excellent fiber. It is said that Chinese for?" asked, the woman who had sup- and August Wilson treasurer. Eggs fo r Setting, $1 for Fifteen
Better, Salt-Rheumand Eczema. silk goods commonly contain more or plied it of the conductor when that of- ]lacate -L, ,Buine1ss, .. All stockholders shall have but one
The intenseitchingandmartinginci- less sunflower fiber. The so called Ni- ficial came to collect her fare. "To FOR A 2 OGRAPHY, ,.t,, in all meetings of the company with-
flenttothesediseases i instantly allayed ger seed oil is made from a species of make a fuse out of," was the reply, Situation. Writig out hrd to the number of shares each gMPROVED uFL FdR AE
by applying Chamberlain's Eye and the sunflower family which is a native "and I guess you are entitled to ride ^. '-egrapn h old. ha e0 a s o h br I
Skin Ointment. Many very ba cases of Abyssinia. It furnisbes the common free this trip." And she did, while the *rii m--rS to t e s dTck of t he oni a ubm- n tI,1 fnn'nn fn Onmnnel
have been permanently curedby it. It lamp oil of upper India, where it i, other passengers applauded heartily.- -..uStil o the Ptock of the company ir l i J W
is equally efficient for itching piles and largely cultivated. The oniy riinea oe W A. 'n A illowd. o
A favorite remedy for sore nipples; oy -lveea one. H. A. E,,nmons St. Andrews, Fln. Ond hundred and a xty acres of choice
chapped hands, chvoiermdblains, froet ites Y; a- Doe -.. wife tal bab -on-The new hired man says he coyva R.E. Howard,, Ftrminig Luid in the south half of section
chapped hands, chilblains, frost bitesox. Yeast-Does your wife talk baby wants every other day off to go fishing. AddrcssWal LBUR R ITH-. L. P.Tenney, 7, township 4s, of range 13w. Good
ad chronic sore eyes. 5 cts. per box. .........

... ..,Can he have it? L E.I.t i . eptemuer i, te. DwellFhintg House, arrive W ell, convenient
Dr. Candy's Condition Powder, are Crimsonbeak-Well, I'm not quite Farmer-What does he think he is- F LeXINCTON Ftate of Florida., outhouses, Fine Fruit Orchard of Pears,
just what a horse needs when in bad sure whether it's baby talk or Scotch ex-president of the United States?--t Peweches, Plum, etc., and neIrly I ,0
condition. Tonic, blood purifier and dialect.-Yonkers Statesmannited tates?-New COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF K IVERSITY i Before me Nutiry Public for the Grape Vines, all i hearing. If taken
vermifuge. They are not food but ress. Awarded MetiA nst %,iorlad'. osion. I S.ita, at large personally appeared W. A. soon will lie sold ror
medicine and the best in use to put a A Peg In Every Hole. And Papa Consented. 'o oflull nuaita ', lu-hugTil- who R. E. howard and L. P. Tenney, ht1
itir. BJ ksand ,rd (..: who each for himself acknowledged t *
horse in prime onditionkage. Price 25 Blinks-The world has a place for Father-What proof have you that he, Shorhhand,Type-Writini,,and Teler ,Speeialties. li v'Ccutcd the foiitiug applict tion for And the improvemnies alone cost a
e M W St. An everybody. is a real count? i '2Tt,,-,i- .[',.r.:, undor seal, eharltr for the uses and purposes therein deal more oney. Would prfr cash
Fre r aale ad byL.h Wa- & Co., Sdt.An- Winks-Yes. The only trouble is Daughter-The only coat he has othcr ri a4.i ,l. r ,.;, ,o -pressed on the day the same u ears da e. down, bu m give tie on o-ha the
f 4elBay and Bayhead and 41U uiedicine t .. . .. a1. ..ra ....ll- --i alv a in 4+ . -..... --... N.. ..... teh I d" a a.. ..... .mih gv '..i ... It...i.... ... t


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Te purpose of this Association is to Improve the Country adjacent to St
Andrews Bay and to
Develop its Resources as a Fruit-Growing Country.
lu accomplish this the Assos:iation proposes to Sell Lands in tractsoi' Two-
and-a-halftand FiveAcres to such parties only as will improve theui by the
Erection of Houses. Fences and such Permanent Improvements is will uenhane the
value of each tract so disposed of, and particularly to
Plai-. thei ouTT Tres, TT s ail %. Ifts, "
To the end that in the shortest practicable time every such tiact shall 11be a
Source of Revenue to its Owner.
The first question which will naturally be asked will be: "Is this Asso-
ciation reliable"? And the answer to it is: Any person einplo iiig the Association
to make improvements may deposit nit approximate payment of tbe estimated cost of
the same with any responsible business man or firm doiug liusiness on the Bay or in
Bank at their own home to be paid over only when the Association shall satisfacto-
rily show that. the improvements have been made accordingto agreement,.
The Astaciation will not only improve and plant, but watch and care for
Ill property entrusted to its keeping.guarding again-t forest fires, dishonest pilferers
for damages front any cause possible to be prevented.
From a careful estimate of the probable expense and income of a fruit
plantation in the St. Andrews Bay country a few figures are given:
Price of ;ano per acrp, say $235 to $50; cost of clearing, say $.20; 'ost of planting 1st
year, say $30; cost of cultivation each year thereafter, $20,
It is notextravagan: to estimate that a 1-acre vineyard will on the third
year, if properly cultivated, yield $0i00 worth of fruit and of peaches nearly or quite
the same, while figs should do even better than that. Then, though perhaps little
longer, some of them, in coming into profitable bearing may be named pears, apricots,
Nectarines, plums, prunes, mulberries, olives, Japan persimmons almonds. English
wiAnuts, Japai. chestnuts, pecans, and ..any other varieties of fruits and nuts. which
are almost certain to flourish here; while oranges aud citrus fruits, though not con-
sidered certain yield large returns oftener than they miss
The Secretary of the Assodiation will give particular attention to an-
swering letters of inquiry, and the Buov will in its answers to correspondents an-
swer all questions asked it.
R E M E M B E R the Association Lands will be sold on Easy
Terms of Payment; but improvements must lie paid for as satisfactory proof is given
that the work has been performed. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.
Address R. E. HOWARD, Sec.
Harrison, Fla.

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And Statistical Report oi the
Superantendenit of Public nlu-
structioli of Washington
County, Florida.
VFRNOM, FLA., Sept 1, 1897.
To the Honorable W T oin, Chairman,
and Melmbiers of the Board of Couniity
Commissioners .-
III compliance with Clhap. 4332,
Lawi (if Fhliida, we herewith utibiuit
tle folli-ving itemized statement, to-
gather'with a brief statistical report of
all the youth entered in the public
eclioul. ftor thio ear which cluoed
June 30th.
We desire to and take pleasure in
calling your attention to the advanc-
ed conilition and liresent iieeds of tlih,
schools of the cou nly.
F'rst, tlie alvat.cenIent can beat be
appreciated when tlie following fact
aIe thoroutighly ulidertLoodi, naimile'v:
Thre,' years ago a careful iinve'tiga-
tiun revealed the 'uct that nearly 4U
per ceint ol theo atteilannre in the l pub-
lic school lihd not passui the firit,
or pliitary grade, niioit\ithlitandiing
O 1 %\ INU hM iN I~ii I II __ ,

the tact Ia. the average age a
pupils enrolled was nearly 12 years.
Again, there was that yea. (1894)
271 pup'ilh between thie agest of six
and twenty-lone years, many of w'hetu
ha-l been taught. to lead in a Fourth
fle.ider, w o e,,uhl not write their
ow.t niaties, notr write even it-illc
mmiiiii liLin. It wotltt Ii )w'eve 'r, b- un"i-
just tu leave thi n matter without
some explaniatiiton, for lthe fact is tjo
often charged to the iilmocent or to
only a portion of the guilty ones. It
is true, a great portion of the fault
was carelessness, neglect amd iilcapac-
ity on the part of teachers; but as a
rule the teachers at thi tiime, as well
as since then, lihve not only did their
best work, but were and are still
striving to excel. Thin statement it,
verified in that the patrons ol the
schools aregradually., but surely unit-
ing in their effurts to enicoumage the
young men and young ladies of our
county that they can attain as near
perfectio-i as can be reached by others
in other parts of the country. So,
then, a great part of the difficulty
rested at thie hmnes as well as on
other coniliiios.
A great many patents were, during
the panic years ol 1893 and 1't94,
reduced in c ircuniitances to that ex-
tent that l pareitp, in many instances,
were unable to buy even slates for

their children. his situatlun has
:ilao been very largely ovel cinie, fur
books, as well as other school appli-
ances ari ni'vw within n the grasp 4I'f a
much laigor percentage of the chil-
dren than at -iny previous time.
There weie less than twenty pupils.
last year in (li abovo mentioned
class whlo cnuil not write as well as
read. 'iaie was alls. an iniietse tin
the nunier of children who alvalic-
ed from the paiinary to the higher
grades last year over that for anyi
previous year.
The niumlber of children enrolled ilf
school age in the years 1893 amind
1894 was 1,5S0, both soxes, and ldIr-
ing the year 1S97 tllietre were 3,379.
Of this niimbler 216 ha adv aaneed be-
vontd th, prinima y tranehis antl nec.1
advantages which c:iannot well be af-
forded t tm in the ordiaivy school
course of fuiir iionti,- t]s.
Many earnest, interested aind
worthy appeals have reached thii f
fice regarding the establi.htimet :it
schools of higher grades, whereby
goodly n beter of the advanced p'-
pils may avail themselves ot more
thorough education than can be giv-
en at present. We believe that these
appeals hioiild be heard fur the sake
uf the ambition and enterprise of uin
young meni and young ladies whou
munt soonl be the guardians of our

uy wia ra

co un li S 1 w -
Another feature showing advance-
ment and the demand for higher
graded schools is hliowa in m'.,
four of the schools of the conuty ha c
contributed, or are willing to contlib-
ute about $300 for ithiH purpose this
year and are willing to create sub-
school districts, levying upon them-
selves sufficient tax to continue the
high schi ols from year to year. This,i
of course, cannot be done for thi.,
term, therefore it was decided from
this office to supplement the amount.
contributed by the patronl--$300-
sufficiently to run all four schools
eight month.i. After this year, these
four districts will e.ontinue to main-
tain the schoIs eight months, and
admit advanced pupils Irnm other
districts of lie county with(it ducst
for tuition. By this airangemnent it
is hoped that many of our young
people can altend a school of higher
standard Ihan by anity many coulhi board in neighborhood
at one of the schools w ithilut ve y
mnach cost, aiid too, oiul! pnl.y Ihleir

advantage, mon
expenses to somi
could not, piOssi
sincerely hope
your approval
to our people I,
cal be done.
Seconti, the ,
al sliools of' t:h
just clusud l i`
every particrili
btate that there
s5:1111 ainl itn
iegard;ug neal
promiptiess ait
advancenient i.
is rarely the ca
any serious in:
pupils attract :
outside. It is
state here th'
arise between
lectinlg their
which hias evoe
tri us. We re
ill this coul nee
have, on two

enough to defray
itoe distant school,
be procured. \Ve
s step will meet
will be accol table
something better

,ditiou of the sever-
'uuity for the year
-hat we desire ill
Liuti we arc froe to
sli been at leatit the
interest manifested
i, cleanliness, order,
banners as in the
c tt bouks. It
thda*'Z_ ances of
e on the pa t ol
attention from the
IPr, aidi yet sad to
tturbaices often
trons when se-
irs-a privilege
recorded the pa-
ly ninuim tu state
iet those e q ai'',rrel-
leee occasiulis, re-

ei y and loss ot o i iest Ii choo's .iN
It hall bo atn 4 t et effort to reme-
dy., as far as p this feature.
For thle gui cff teachers in the
,erfurmance uLote duties and their
relation to the pis. )ve have sent
ont il circular lett i.s, suhel iules anld
regulation.t as \vil in onr opinion.
be.t direct 011i, ti clers, il COlncoit
and uniformity i f k.
The unilforin F'mtje of examina-
tion of'teacierslias- done very much
to\warlr eletvat1ig the standard of
woi k erfoirmned.-ii every school i the
county. Weo liave endeavored, as far
as piaible, to <.o1intct these examnin-
ations in stliiet accordance witll the
law. al;in have en very ftrtnuate lto
have tie fair n, j t, alln c iimsciei ti,,us
work u ort the grading committees.
Nulit ithstandijg some a,|iverse re-
poits, we heaifily believe that very
palt of thil Irk has been done itn
the full Spiill of the law.
The filing monthly financial re-
poits fr,;n thitoffice with the clerk
of the cinciii iArtn has been coin-
plil, with a 4li times as th-i rie-
poirt was lr.ii. eolgli i o justify tlie
expen-e; bell.tig this to be the full
initenioii n oil, Vlaw.
UI'st j^^et,

Co. il

W lien hiliou
can d vycat hai

The 1
Scientific A-te
An article
einna Klminic
.tiictil illn I
Siiurgical Jut
lief that thel
welo perfect.'
Sllat ils lre.n
tI the fact t
gaidetil i. a
in the choUice
al\ nys give
lea t li it.
ftllLCttilkH off
"it i.s a1m1t
filed .sene ii
p;rubable thi:.
disti ibutiouni
in the l'pnces
left there I',I
taii lhairs si
notably tho
which aie H
of nerve fibi
the hais a I
thele.- erve I
being entit
danllger, so

.,() pI a'elt
ning into tl
es keep ui
hair strve.
the heat nC
hair of tli'
Ji ,rpiwseu
dtletur of
poor coinid
'hie fact i
covered wil
the theory
tween the
hair tto lpr'
changes of
enev of hut
the latter
because tl.
ties il that
al NiTnses,
the head is
!hteatit of th

The first
son cleared
t )I tIn-.

e i b e ,ifn ;: 1
expenses withI iIimo, I t, f; I 1 l b l lt

p i blic Iiitruc tion.

usr en Cutive, eat a Cas.-caret
ic "ure guaraInled, lOv, ''5

U ot the Hair.
r in.
Dr. E.xne ill the Vi-
S \Voehis lhii[ il i.- ab-
tl BuIstoni Medial aiil
t al. lie .alet hii.s lie-
ilieS of our aleieCltol.
'oveted with ha1ir, ainl
e disappeal tnce is dil
its abmntce twas Ile-
nyv, inild ,heice, tihit,
i ates, pr'clre'ec e wat
1.'to ltfoe that lhad thle
' u t ilo the i.phy.iligical
-' I -
;ii." sa~. Dr. Exner.
lt i that they are m tdi-
g tis, which have lost all
Sih the nerves. It i,
in priniitive man the
lie hair upon tl.e body
tf evolution hia been
dI finit nil p.,se. ('er-
e anA iil'g'ills u" totch.l.
ylashies, the bulbs rf
Sru'llile1d ly at net wil k
aid in a less degree
tlho e-yebrows. Butli
'protect the eyes; lir,
v they give wainin(g (ot
tin eflix .clo'iire of the

s of t'weat fr rn run-
1,8, while the eyelash-
hliut. It. animals lthe
maihtiain and regulate
e body, but int nl.an the
calp alone serves this
air i itself ai por cii,-
t, and letains air, al-u a
totr, in its iiiteratices.
l the forehead is noti
hair Exner explains oni
ihat, in t.he contest be-
utral tendency of tlie
ct the heal against
nmperat'mre anill the lend-
liatnre toward beauty,
e Ukvailetl mote easily,
non-conducting pioper-
irtion of thlie kull are
the ailr-Cotiiiniling frotit-
,.I that that portio'i ot
isily protected from tlhe
in by inclining the head

otLn ritefamn'ships t~hifi sen-

The Acme of Irish Wit.
Lately, while an auctioneer was d.s.
posing of a bankrupt tobacconist's stock,
he was interrupted by a half tipsy Irish-
man with, "01 bought a poipe from
yez last night for a shilling that's
worth only sixpence."
"I'll believe that, Pat," replied the
auctioneer, who faucied himself witty.
"If you tell me who my father is, I will
give you back the shilling. "
"The fatbhr of loies, you ch'atiug
spalpeon," readily exclaimed Pat.-
Santtish Niaht&.
The common cocklebur of the *,oun.
try is simply the seed case of a plant.
Its Ihory hooks give it a hold upon frat
or wool bearing animals or upon the
clothes of men, and thus cause it to be
transported to cour-derable distances.

Much in Little
Is especially true of Hood's Pills, for no medi-
cine ever contained so great curative power in
so small space. They are a whole medicine

ch.it., always ready, al-
vwas eficient, always satr-
Itfactory; prevent a cold Ill
or fv.'", cure all liver Ills,
siei l.laehe, jaundice, constipation, etc. 25c.

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It's the Simple, o
STrivial Inventions
That Yield Fortune.. P,
w -such as De L.ong's Hook
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