Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: October 21, 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: VID00037
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
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First Last, and all the



Wa ington Counrty


West FloridA
Agn 'rst the World.


ST. ANDIEWS BA FLA.R OCT. 21" 1897. NO. 30.

-~ .- -A- ~ 5.


Senators- Hon. Sam'l f'ac'lo, Moutieello,
Hon S. R. Mallory, Pensaceola.
Representatives-Ist District, S..M. Spark-
man, Tampa; M2d District, R. W.
Davis, Palatka.
Lind Office-4tegister. J M. Barco;
Receiver-N D Wainwright, Gainesville
1Governor-W. D. Bloxham; Secretary o"'
Stute, J. L. Jra'i l'urd: i'-easurer, J. B.
Whiffield; Attorney General Win. B. La-
mar; Comptroller, W H Reynold-'; Si.-
eriutendent ff Public In.truction, 1V.
N. Sheats; Conuinisiuioer of Agricul-
ture, L. Hi. Womlwell; AiljaliNit Ge -
eral, Pat.ric;k Houston. Tall.alissext.
Firal District-S. R. Mallory,. Pcnsacola;
Second DistrWit,Sannel P4aiAe< Monticello.
or -- .... . 1 13 II A.

epreseilT S. M.lohinshn, Chipfl-V;
County Judge, D. D. Melvin, \ ernon;
Clerk of Court, County Clerk. lR.curd.,r
of Deecis, W. B. Lassittur, V'ernuLi;
tSheril', C. G. All,:n, Chliipley Treaiu rcr,
R. C. Horne, Cliiplc.y: Tax CVllectr, A.
Q. Jones, Vernon: Trax Assessor, NW,
B. Galin,'r, Ec,.,ntina; Sip.,-rinteideiit
of Public Instnict iuu. W. L., Lo.ic k;
Chipley; Surveyor, Thios. Colliin.-, Chip-

slicee of the Peace. W. I, Singletelrr-;
Notary P'ublic, Deputy Circuit Couirt.
Clerk. W. A. Emmons: SchoI SSii,-r-
visor, R. F. Brackin; Post M.istetrDr
W. G Mitchell.
Postmistress, Mrs. M. B. Jenks.
S oastmtaster and Notary Public, W. H.
Pr Isu nc.
postmistress, Mir ..Hat.elleorg.
A 1'ER-tOX.
Postmiaster, S. WV. Anderson
I Ai1'.
Postmaster, Mrs. R. Gay.
:Postmaster, Martin Post..
Postmastei W. F. Woodford.
Postmistress, Mrs. Dyer.
Postmaster, P. N. Hutchinson.

itolaries, E. Mosher, Frank lluskiii.,
Postnia.-ter, W. M. Crun' ain ; ii nl
ty Commis1ioml-,r, H M[. Spiicer
Deputy Clerk of Cuuit, S. T. W.all.lev

R I 1 I1 lo u s .U S
Methodist-Chulch cIr. Wn--hiijtoin avei
and Chlst nuiit i-Rev. W. M Cronian.
patlor. l'-eatclinig at I Ra. ii. aiti'i
p: pi. every alternilte Sundavy.
PreshytSrian church every Silnday after
joon at 330) o'clock. All are. invited.
Baptist-Chlurcl, c'irner of W 'ominng
aven'ie aild Cinciniia i street. Chut-tchi
coinferer 'itllrday 1lhiatre Ifir[t SiiliJ
mit 4 p.m. Siunida. school cit ry Siinilt% at
9:30 a. mn. Prela.hiiig second and fourth h
Suudays in each ninth. Rev. J. P. Smilli,

Presbytertian-Cliurli corlier Loiriniie
avenue-, and Drake stri'tef.
utalhulic-Churcli cd6ftier \V) oniiig ave-
jne and Foqter street
The nortlher mail, Yia Anderson, Ga\,
Bayhead and Clupleyv dei-,arts escry day
except Sunday at 3:00 o'. l-ck, a. ni.;
arrives every da-v except Sumiiu': at
7:40 p. in. .. .
Sritst Bay mall for Harrison, Croinanton,
P barker, Farmind.ile aitlJ W"tappo, l nvi.'s
St. Andrews going east e oviry nioin 11.i
ar 6 o'clock and leaving Wet.li.pl at
] o'clock, arrives, corsiit- w-est c rry
evening at 7 o cluck.
(Incorporated Nov. 7. lS8 i.)
SCHEDULE OF RATES--For tji ch five
minutes, or fraction thereof, u-e or
Phone: a *
Between St.Andrews Bay & Gay...., JUc
"i B~b3 head Lrc
," ,, Chipley. 25c
Chipley & Bayhead........15c
, Gay.......... 20c
Bayhead &Gay. ........... 5c
For transmission b ny telegraph 10c.
extra, not including telegrapLhic service.
A. J. GAY, G tii'l MIgI

Parker Lodge No. 142
-A... A- M
Regular C(ommuni-
A/ cations oil Satunrlay,
( on or bef' oic each fill]

Visiting Brothlers
W. A. EMmuos. Secretary.


W. A. EM31ONS,
Deputy Circuit Court Olerk and No-
tary Public for the State 'at Large; has
jurisdiction to adniinister oaths, take
afficavi's, legalize acknowledgments,
etc., anywhere in Florida. Special at-
tention given to land conveaynces and
to marriage services, and license issued
46 lawfully qualified'parties. Office at
the BUOY, Office, Sti Afidrews IBay,

Homineopathic Physician and Ac-
concher. Office Pioneer Drug Store,
corner of Shell avenue and Michi-
gan street,
St. Andrews -. Floridi,

Lmli Colk, nee Tenrnsse' Clt.] liln.
One juollar a Year in Advance. Id K i -, ee T enrask:l, in is

'H.stor of Mai" thliat *"Pr..vilentce
WILLIAM A. EMMONS hath clothed all aimiia's lthat are on.
Proprietor. able to clhthe theliistlve". Main can
Display ad rnte 50)c per inch per montli clothe hliiius.lf; andi lie i eIndoI ei be-
Posilion and extraordinary coniliti.rin side with an apelicite for dress, noI less
rates subject to su-cinl alroeineLit. natural tlai an appetite fur f.,lod "
l ut mleoin oeinllhgi.gts lbayo slhwmvn
that the appetite is not a natural,
Si r f gbut in ci l an acquired one, because orii_,in-
in the Inited State-; in the nitith rf

l 2 a, ally dress was nPither a requi.-ite to
Sitemi heaonewa s $ 1,250 190. and health nor an object of desire, but
in t eart was invented later from nmitives of
crease amiountei to $50,000l,1)00. in kind l, to
a n uti e vanity. Mankind lea:nt to sinear
iound nnimber. Thie increase int gunas
, in t he treacuy in the nonth at theLir bmdies with ararguents as a pro-
!>..1._ ..... .. t <...ia ..-..v n ..,,n .. ... ",.

'.1) V W0u )VI P, t' -**J7 -"% -- 08

st.stmt or paint with various cojljis,
aiiil dheti rEn ;I' within ictom ia

Tiu fininin.5st e ontt ol the political ile signs, before ihey di.se..vere.l tlle

ldevelp.IenleIts of late hias'bl.ei thle an-
inotincellnit of tile cainlidil-ey of (_mn-
eral \Variier iof Othi for the senrator-

e,'mfiiit or beauty of dlrorts. "''Men
led the way, anild women I.fo.lowed."
Thilcli, while polyganmy and seelnsi 'll

,.lii1i. \Xairter hav, been ,iokel utp- '.f vc weie practisedti L.setho1r, min.t

ui as lhe minst extreme andi lioeles-,
liee silver talker of the country, and

IIos, extramvaga ntly aiti woi(.-arnI
1.1ij'3. 'TIh eA liatiia ab I eols, forp *inl

I," put him forward as a sentatirt'al .tance., "wore lIse robes tlating in
candidate when all the remainiaer ofl he ail; had long hair covered u itli .
I.. .. . .. n r A ... .. .. .. : .. ...i ..s..: .- ..:... ....... I..... . .. IA ...:.. i" ~ 1.

IS( l5ae a IIs- *I :lila* oto

li1,1lt- ti C mm lclIdthnt'ui 'an i lir' and1
"1100, 0112t'lia t mlil l 'itivos hi0
heel iuutcm rem mi I tmm-al 1icouiJ-
djon, anwl ci i3ipletli tfi uil et
Pm~ding he ~uir~'I th l, ~ilsjtl Ht-
tde titla Imi p is of 'alp oX-

-- l a i- -. .
I ]ellnlll isnm anll,

niu)lesty. How ma1:1
anis (i fair win,
,iartivs to these i
But the iimost IdTf:i
long 'h.ii ts which
and ,a l o n\'s, g]

jidlants anda
at C'iifi, IIIII )it
011,; ur Q fls
r.o v t ur

tmll 1j Liatte

,dir't .and

at \ve',e

Mop1. Oil a "'et4y one .soo.-,onl r
wo'tiollcnI uith diirag. -taiil, bohii nil
[hutm ilc Ilgtl)thtlId J ila is we q,-
inig it m. M1-II'l their i1, ,s and asikldc-.
Tlhi i iih 'tue Of t0e10 f~,ON('RLh t~ hat1
ca-iiil a 11 o ffe III lI M II III -I
thev ai e LI Ia vvol bJ4,L1l ouilof dtl u
,wIiich po~i".ins0 of hno Wae the
niiift'tunne tuwalk Ill Lhelm. A
Co.AII10 hichla ltigll belamls
araulgra~'fuil n thel 1-0,111 riin .

Litil -lV I01 til stt i iis u il lCLii, i

mw:Iv 110111 ti -mive l jul4multiia,; I'a-I and 5stoneCs;11(he'y aiiitL
a. Ii caniis a uiniquoe .icce oI- political their laces and mlix.edart~ificial hai-r

W0m1e o Li, svy ti Ieaht

Suilli that of natlne." After piyg-
ainy was banihdti from Grcee, Hail

1B'E gi o, prices wlhic, ile f:lln,,.., the sexes were iethus on a ilire equal

of thle country are gelt ini and tllie
general deilmanll 'r ,ilr pr,,ilicts, i l
bi iiiging loreigi caih int, tfie cii onn.
try in large sum., an;i the returIiiig,
buhines.s activity res.ullting fri.nl the
:at.I'mllsraiu th.,til tle Imonlet ry sy'stel
is not t., be diistuirLied lihas broughli
out millions of dollars from their hid-
ing places. The treasury statement is-
sued for the first of the month, shows
that the money in circulation in the
United States increased at the rate of
half a million dollars a day during the
month of Septembc.r, and that the total
increase for the year ending OetoberI 1
was in round numbers, one hundred
million dollars.

General Demand for Postal Sai-
IUgs ie3ankms.

.outing, tile Ai hencian lali.s devel-
,ped a suddlon allelite for shinIptil-
oI.t less, although they never ap'-
eaied inll public. '-Tliey coinsumnie
tlie whole morning at tine toilet, enm-
plo3 ing paint and every drug f.ir
cleaning and whitening the skin;
thio laid red oven upon hlieir lipjs,
ani to,,k great care of their teetii;
their hair madlo p in buckl.es with a
hot iion, w%.s perfumed andi spread
il|on the. h.;uldMrs.; their Ireos was
ele.anti and catel'nlly contriveI tor set
>.!f a fine shape It "A.roihd thus
.eeiti tltat a coMlse lonsniess of increas-
e1 ulignity stinimnlated the ,de ire to
nilmliveb [oailty by art.
TI'here can lie little doubtl tlha .ia.th

No propIti~.it lnlhat lhascome be hvat wasmlie'the iiitto Mt f01i hod
fore the pjipcojluf late 'cars iliam re-i a. t wa .s i i 11) 1 oJVe d or r Oai i i e nl t ed.

ceiveil switch eu.ira!. and hoarly .h,-
[,r.ivav Ii'om tlhe pre -, (i the entirtle
c.iintr t" as the plan tor the establili-
Iocn t of postal savings banks. Not
unily do the big dailies ot the cities
as a rule approve of the agitation,
but the newspapers of the smaller

Natiire hadl provi-ledl fliwcis alil
ealltiers really' tot hand, an1l it is still
a chief object of female adllnliiinlt.
.JialoHu s say.3 that thlie ,Jewijsili lailie1
powdeil Itheir lhair witli goldl 'Iut.
African li iicee d, ithe same. I i St.
Greg'ily's thile "tlhe w omn dlres.sedl

towns almost without exception coin- the head extreilmely ilighil; cnivironing

nicuill tho movement.

it with many dresses of false hair,

WVbhile tlue comment in the news- disposed in knots an l buckles, so as
papri.-, north ad west are most qu- to resemble a regular fortification."

niiciuIis, the press of the south and L'Etoile, in his journal for 1593,
east is by nio ,li-i.aai backward in sup- was the first to mention white pow-

puiting the agitt.ihi. Occasionally
an l.l-timec democratic paper of the
Bs that it is not the function of the gov-
ernilmenlt to do anything more than
colle-ct the revenues and protect life
and property. These aie the extreme
representatives of the school which

der for the hair, and lie tells us that
the nuns walked the streets of Paris
curled and powdered. The fashion
still lingers throughout Europe.
But whatever may have been the
original motive for dress, whether
utility or vanity, we, today, should
be guided in its use by three causes;

healthnionesty and pleasure where-
halIs that the government is best at; moey a easu
which governs least. But for the as most of us a:e ruled by fashion or
most nart the papers of the south pide. We have now no sumptuary

support the movement for postal
banks, and call attention to the espe-
cial need for them in that section of
the country, where banks of all kinds
arc sciree and where places of safe

laws except those unwritten ones pre-
scribed by custom. All are free to
obey or neglect them. But in olden
English times, rank or position was
readily discoverable by the dress

let'.ufi for small tsavhn rs re veryLi I c lIii U 1'-

lar apai t.
Ii. examining the mniany hmulited".
ut' exchtantge.. -4-lt. cmne into a city
newspaper office Irom all paits of tli
country one cannot but be in iprtisi':.i
with the attention given to postal
banks and the generally favorable
comment. This discussion of the
subject in the press ot the whole
country must have the effect of pre-
paring the minds of congressmen for
speedy action as soon as they shall
meet in Washington. Tile unanim-
ity of the press is a sure indication
that the people desire the establish.
meant of postal savings banks.

An Autograph Collectioxn.
One of the largest collections of au-
tographs in Connecticut is owned by
William L. Ransom of Litchfield. In
his selection he has confined himself
mainly to the pen written letters and
portraits of the members of the provin-

al proclamation was made imperative
nider pain of heavy fines. .In E'iza-
beth's reign, *hose who could aj.eil
-40 a year might ar s ialcalenet ii,
the lining of their hose, diublet.n ,

hats or caps.

"Apprentices at tho

law," "utter banisters." merchants,
householders in city or town, andt

"all who dispeatdeca 20 a year," Stop
might wear a well of velvet in their

'nlitaljil o nly for a .,ft earliet aie
gr,0 iiil oiln tlie haril pl:elelnents in liiii
northern cliinatc, an.l. tlie wearer
c.,n.-iler thenimselves. Sanl atndl seilsi-
ble' \What can be doni when hlialili.
iii,,ile.ty anl coIlnfort I re tlis I I,.acri-
ficel knowiiniigly anti, iiil'iilly bI thl
i'Illies .t fa.'liJiu ?. \Vlk-n filitv tni e-
nw)ie lreeciAus live.S ale a1 intiali h.,hst
to ii-. ('loan vanity llian frini wal?
\Ve can only rski thnliou, iOij realize
tlhee 'langers to ouri iafonal hiealtlh
ani iniri'i-l., to joini li'ni1 a iii hieals
in liingin, u aLni lut atir)al d re.s rIe-
h 1, ni, aiil to 1n o11ge all) witlinl tlhe
sphere If' tliir iillunelteco to see that
it be sanitary, beconiingi and cnm-
,iii able. In alln ol play*ly Ford, in
winllch it was cl:aiin,Il tl A w-1imni1
were riu.e seenrlive th:lin nieii, the re-
tom t W"a.s:
"You seC'rot. when your Iresses blab

Thrle lBornilol-mh illtic Bllic.
Sc1 li lit A inli.'rii'tin,
A li.'.t leniiirll' able islaill is that
,.1 B. ili.iliii, in the I lltie, bjelingiing
to lthe ilg.liiin l of [)nniark. It i,
I'.m1 u C.N. f.'r its geoloh .,i 1 peculi. ritiei s,
c0io.-istiini as it dules Iliau i t eiitir'elv
.1" ii11gie-1 it,?, ;anli it.s ti:igntihi; l, intin-
encee ims iio. only '**ry well kllnomi t1,
tlie niavigatirs ol thole water.,, but is
alo uniiili feared lI them, on ac-
cuint l" it-' influ encei.e on tihe nita neti,-
nie.illes, w,.ich Inakets thie sLeeiing of
a .-hip crlectlv a natLer of innich
,ifictllty. In fact, this influence is
felt ( \et -i at a distance of mil;'S, aindi
so Ip.lpallly that, on'the islandI hieing
sei-litcl 1 inmariinei $on he lie altic,
they at. once discduli nue si-eliinl
Illi ii eno rie bly tlie leedlle, anl ltilii,
iii.-teai, I o the well-known llighili'li s-
e- anil othei.r lholdsi to direct tieil
e Ialt. lI.., \0in 1, rlih linh i alid thli
ltiiiiliildiil there i.s a ,o a bank ,if rock
minile r"water, wh ich is veiy 'lIan'err
noili to navigating, util because f it,
being conmtaalitly sibmepged, 'vesels
li..\e been Iequenitle wec-keid at this
plint. 'I'le- peculiar faet in the case
is Hlit the Imiaglneti l ainnfil ce (t tlhi'
ore ba ik i.i so powerfull that a inag-
net ie unenlle ed .i-pi tiled freely in a
bi,'it o er tllihe iaiik will point down
iuil ilf nli di.isinribet will rtemailn in a
poie le lyc I i'rle Jiidi nlar line.

Hot weather w n't cure weak
lungs. You may feel better be-
cause out of doors more, but
the trouble is still there. Don't

taking your

gowns, jackets or coats. All other l L L -S
classes were also specifically legislat-
ed for, even to their nightcaps. E IS *
However various the changes that E m u ls olo l
may result fr-m fashion, all mi des .
inimical to health, modesty, and corn- because the weather happens
fort should be denounced by the sen- to be warm. If you have a
sible of every rank of life. It is, weak throat, a slight hacking
simply ridiculous that we should per- cough, or some trouble with
mit ourtmcves to be so much enitroll- the bronchial tubes, summer is
ed by the whinis of dress designers the best time to get rid of it.
and dress promo.ors, acti0r1"from If you are losing flesh there is
.. .. all the mnre need nf attentionr

DR. WV. (I. MITCHEI.,, cial congress, the signers of the Decla- purely seilmi ata nme,'cenaD motives,
.hvMicialn and Druggist, Postoffice Block, ration of Independence, the presidents and ti utterly regardless ou the common
Offers his professional services to the of the United States, senators and con- welfare. Thus stays ahd tighit-lac-
c'it.izeC's of St. Andrews and vicinity, gressmen, supreme court officials and -.
l pesidenice on BRiua Vista niMelue famous army and navy officials. He has ing produce a minltittd6 of inischii.s.
the autographs of every president. Mr. Among others, they tIt arl the body,
C. H- CRIPPEN, Ransom found that Andrew Johnson's d.i.ilaeo the vital organs, impede
Notary Public. autograph was the most difficult to se- rga ,
*ill attend oromptly to All business, de- cure, from the fact that Johnson wrote respiratin alid cireitJaten, cause in-
mainding his attention. Office 1n1 Ri-, little, and, when he did write, used a dig.stli bi. sh,,rten .'1e, and' produce
view street, one block tif'rlhrtl( of T lead pencil as a quill.--New York Trib- ,.e,,,.tte, bi, thlI ciih-born. Thi
C Danford's store nue. i

i Weakness about the chest and

thinness should never go to-
gether. One greatly Increases
the danger of th hTher. HCal
the throat, cure he cough, and
strengthen the hole system
now. Keep king Scott's
Emulsion all su mer.
SP .aala by all drug. a s atsou and t~.oa

~AUMQ1R OF "Ar ARris7 IN CRi1?

COPYRSG H7. 1e97. BY G.P. PUTUiAM5 So'ms-

.He was about to prcsvcutte ii sonrech
farther, when he fani'ciAd i heard foot-
steps. Listening attentive!y, be could
almost have sworn that they came from
t!i-i .ltio ..ohbi-lahi 'oum Hafirytua
back thither, he found evwrythiuu jnrt
as h had left it. What could this mean?
The first sound might have hetu in a
dream, but sur ly lie wi's awake the
second time. Nevertheless, though he

The bed bore no cvldence of having been
had apparently heard some one walking
in his chamber, when he reached it it
was as vacant as when he had left it.
There was the supernatural possibility
that the ghost of the corpse in the ad-
joining room was promenading in the
moonlight, but Burrows was above en-
tertaining such an idea, and, as it oc-
curred to him for a moment, he smiled
as he thought "it is not midnight."
However, if the footsteps had been in
that room, whether of the living or of
the dead, he could not discover, for the
doctor had taken away tho key. Was it
possible that Lowls was up and walk-
ing about down stairs? This seemed to
..- nmirns an -e-laR r f; "_A BtrrOws

at once went to tb u4or beed & -
tered the chamber which he knew had
been assigned to Lewis. It was empty,
and the bed bore no evidence of having
been disturbed. Was his last surmise
correct, then, anr( was it Lewis whom
he had heard? If so, what washe doing
prowling about at such an hour, and
where was he at the present moment?
This last question he would endeavor
to answer, for, if he had juAt heard him
walking, he must be in the bouse. But
Burrows went into every room except,
of course, Virginia's, only to fiud them
all empty. Determined to solve the
mystery, he replaced the lamp in his
bedroom, and, again descending the
stairs, seated himself on a chair in the
hall, where it would be impossible for
Lewis to pass him unnoticed. To a de-
tective long vigils of patient watching
become almost a habit, but sleep will
overpower a man even though he be a
detective. Burrows kept awake for four
hours, occasionally striking a match to
note the passage of time. Finally, when
it was nearing the hour of 8, he would
start up every little while from a doze.
Finding at length that he must sleep,
with commendable perseverance he still
resolved not to abandon his self imposed
task. In his dilemma hedecided upon a
bold plan, which was to look the door
of Lewis' room and tip his chair back
against it. Thus he might sleep, rather
uncomfortably, but yet with the knowl-,
edge that Levwis must disturb him to
pass him. When he awoke again, it was
once more with the consciousness of a
loud noise near him, but this time it
continued after he had jumped up. Itl
was now day and quite light. As he
stood rubbing his eyes, trying to collect
his senses, upon recollecting wbht had
occurred he was astonished to find that
the noise, which still continuL-l, was oc-
casioned by some one within the room
--shaking the doer which he had locked.
In wonder he turned the key and was
amazed to see John Lewis standing be-
fore him. They looked at each other a
moment in silence, and then Lewis said:
"Good morning What was the mat-
ter with the door? I could not open it."
Burrows recovered himself at once, and
"I don't know. I was just coming
down stairs and heard you trying to get
out. Seeing a key the door, I turned
it., but as I turned it more than once I
don't know whether you were locked in
or not when I commenced."
""I hardly think that, for who would
Want to fasten me up? This is the only
exit, as the other door leading into the
library is locked."'
"I suppose it could not have been,"
stammered Burrows, a little confused.
What could be think? How was it that
Lewis had come out of this room, when
he was sure that he had found it empty
the night before and had subsequently
kept guard all through the lonely hours
of the early morning? He lef t Lewis
and went into the library. Going to the
door which opened from that room into
the apartment which Lewis had just
quit, he found that it was looked, as
he had stated. Moreover, the key was
in the lock on the library side. Bur-
rows unlocked the door and entered, cu-
rious to determine whether Lewis had
slept in the bed or jot, and upon inves-
tigation decided that h,, bad. More
than ever Duazzed. he regretfully cun-

* eluded to awaif until Mr. Barnesshouild
arrive, and scek his assistance in solving
this mystery. As it was yct early, he
went to his room and was soon skeping

THU A UTorsr..
After being relea;...d from his room
by Burrows, Lewis crosss! the hall and
went into the parlor. Though New
England farm people usually arise
early, he judged from the stillness in
the house that no one close was yet astir.
He heard the detective go up Ftairs and
close his door behind him. In the quiet
of morning in the country the least
sound is heard afar off. He wondered
how it was that Burrows had been in
the hall so early and why he had re-
turned to his bedroom, but there was no
way of having his thoughts answered.
He stood near the fireplace for a long
time with one elbow on the mantel, his
head on his hand, gazing upon the spot
where the corpse had been found, as
though fascinated.
There are some who avoid the pres-
ence of the dead, or places where the
dead have been. These would.strenuous-
ly deny the possibility that spirits of the
departed return to earth, yet in their se-
cret hearts they admit that it might be.
They scoff at ghosts, yet avoid a chance
of meeting one. There are others who
would no more enjoy such an encounter,
but who, having speculated little as to
the possibilities or probabilities, yet, in
an uudefinuble, half conscious way, won-
der whether such things can be. These
arc attracted to the scenes of deaths, and
especially of homicides, for, if any
ghost should have the desire to return,
would it not be the grim specter of one
who bad bern forcibly ejected from his
earthly shell? Might not his unfinished
career contain some incompleted pur-
pose, so strongly impressed upon the
soul, that he would try to get back into
communication with some one whom
he might nluspiro to do his bidding, so
that he, poor ghost, might continue
upon his long journey lighter hearted?
Or, in case of murder, might it not be,

that the Eeen-"l-:!3dIwVl' o -a
the quick mind 6f a -shrewd detectlye
results from the whisperings of tde
spirit of the deceased, which hovers
about the scene till justice be done? If
this be a possibility, would it not be a
probability that such would be the case
whore suspicion had fallen upon some
beloved one? For whether she, if a
woman were suspented, were even truly
guilty, might not a kindly, loving ghost,
be willing to save her from vengeance,
even though some other, perhapshis en-
emy, would suffer in her place?
However this may be, the fact re-
mains that, though we may speculate
and speculate, we know nothing. And,
knowing nothing, we speculate. Thus
it was not strange that in that room
and on that spot Lewis should allow
his thoughts to wander afar off, so far
indeed that we need not follow him,.
But while he stood there blind and deaf,
as the abstracted always are, though
their eyes and ears may be in perfect
order for the reception of impressions,
there entered one whom he neither saw
nor heard.
I use this pronoun, although I am al-
luding to the great mastiff, for it was
the dog who stalked silently into the
room. I believe that religionists, in
their egotism, have selfishly appropri-
ated all the souls in creation and be-
stowed them upon the king of all ani-
mals, man. To my mind there is some-
thing inherently wrong about this dog-
ma. I have met too many good dogs
and too many bad men to easily believe,.
that man alone is immortal, for surely.
if there be any immortality at all the
good in the world must share it. So I
think the good in the dog is more
worthy of perpetuity than the evil that
resides in man.
The mastiff, having entered the'
room, went close to where Lewis stood,
and aftcr .--'ufin'i at his legs a moment
gently licked tho hand which hung
down, reaching it wir.hout an effort, so
tall wvas he.
Lewis must have indeed been lost in
thought, for he heeded not the "Good
morning" of the brute. His salutation
unnoticed, the mastiff dropped down
upon his haunches and so sat staring
into the face of the man as though to
ask wherefore he was not observed.
There is the picture-the man leaning
against the mantel, present in the body,.
but absent in mind or spirit, and the
dog sitting patiently waiting for the,
return of consciousness in the man, so
that he might be recognized. As he con-
tinued to stare up at Lewis, who wilt
say, that, dog though he was, he would-
not bo able to note the first expression
on the face which would Fhow that the
man's mind had returned from its pur-
suit of the unknowable? The position
remained unchanged for many minutes,
till at last the dog miastbavo concluded
that he deserved more than was accord-
ed to him. He raised one of his huge
paws and placed it upoax tbe man's leg,
repeating the action, as though inten-
tionally touching him to attract his at-
tention. Still failing, he reached a lit-
tle higher and let his paw rest on Lew- I
is hand.
This aroused Lewis, and even before
he fully recovered from his reverie he
closed his fingers upon the proffered
paw, grasping it tightly. He looked
down, but as he met thp mastiff's eyes

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rm f. of P th.ud perhaps affectionate
ooae- -: ry I too bold.?"

.. ( Lemaltre', Debut.
Frederick Lemaitre, the famous
French comedian, who died in 1875,
began his stage career in a humble way.
Le Gaulois tells the story of his first
appearance, which was in the theater of
the Varietes Amusantes. Tall and ath-
letically built, young Lemnaitre present-
ed himself before the director of the
theater, who asked him what especial
roles he wished to play.
"Oh, I'm not particularly" was the
dceerful reply.
"Very well, consider yourself en-'
gaged. From today on you are a mem-
ber of my troop at a salary of 80 francs
($6) a month. Are you satisfied?"
"I should be hard to please if I were
"In that case yon.may begin your
work on the day after tomorrow."
"But-my part?"
"Oh, it will not take long to learn
that. You have errong lungs? J;.-t'
shout a bit to letnme hear if you have."
Frederick Lcinaltre gave a roar
which shook the window' in their case-
meut3 .
"Splendidl" exclaimed the director,
enthusiastically. "You will make a
magnificent lion."
"A lion?" repeated the astonished
"Why,, yes, a lion. I predict certain
success for you, consi eriug how you
can roar."
Two days later tl:e you-in artist, en-
veloped in ai ragnl.icenit lion skin, mnado
his debut on all foi.rs in a pantomime
of "Pyraumus and Thisbe."

Victoria's Wil
Mr. Sidney Cooper, R. A., was some
years ago painting a picture at Osborne
of a fine Guernsey heifer belonging to
the royal farm, and her majesty wished
to see how the work was progressing.
The picture was submitted and admired,.
and the artist was about to leave when
Prince Albert said:
"How about those dock leaves that
you are introducing into the foreground,
Mr. Cooper?"
The artist explained that their intro-
duction was allowable to avoid the moi
notony, as much as possible, of grass
and earth. .,,
"Well," said the prince jocosely,,
"they-are bt.anfifully, painted .and as-.
sist the composition, but they do nof
give evi0nceo of good farming;".
Her majesty smiled, and, shaking'
her finger at the prince, said-,,
"How al.tfmt the little pool of wat-
iu which the .1hifer's hind legs art'
"Ohlr"'"said Prince Albert laughing,
"1 think it is a beautifully artistic idea,
and gives a stamp of nature to the
"Ye,. Albert," said the queen, "and,
I like its introduction very muchb bul
bt is not evidence of good drainage."
They both laughed. ,The joke was
that at that time hvr;na y was very
fond of farming,. aod"w Albert, for
his part, was -dovoti nc#rly all his
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thty were turned away. What is there
about a dog which causes. him to do
this? He will stare at you by the hour,
but look at him and he turws away as
thonph caught in an act of which he is
ashamed. is it a recognition of the sn-
periority of man, and does he instinc-
tively feel that it is a liberty for him so
to stare, even though the proverb allows
the cat to gaze upon majesty?
Lewis stooped and patted the huge
head, and the dog turned his mouth up
so that he could lick the hand which
caressed him.
"Poor dumb brute," said Lewis
aloud. "I wonder if you know that I
am in trouble gnd are offering your
sympathy?" He leaned farther forward,
and the dog licked him in the face.
"You seem to be fond of dogs."
Lewis looked up quickly, releasing the
dog's paw, and saw that it was Virginia
who had spoken.
"Yea," he .'epled, "I a~p devoted tq
the species. I feel quite complimented
at the favors shown to me Ibr this one.
He does not look like a dog who would
make friends with every one, and it is
said that these intelligent brutes in-
stinctively avoid the evil disposed."
"You are the first man of whom Sav-
age ever made a fricibl at sight," re-
plied Virginia. "I think that his name
is a good exponent of his nature. There,
are few about this neighborhood whd do
not fear him. I wonder if what you say
is true? I mean that a dog can do what
a man cannot-read character and dii-*
tiuguish between the good and the bad?"
"I cannot be certain, of course, but I
think so. It is all speculation, though`
there are stories in substantiation of
that- theory. However that may be, I
am glad that Savage is friendly with
me, since I am to be your guest. I1
would be very awkward otherwise. I

should fear to leave my room at night."
"You must not call yourself my
guest," anid Virguinia, in friendly tones.
"Despite what the detectives, or others,'
may have told you of my recent un-
pleasantness with my uncle, I loved
him dearly. As you are hia son, I Ioo1
upon you as his rightful heir, regardless
of what the squire tells me are the pro-:
visions of the will. You must consider
yourself entirely at home."
"You are very kind to the prodigal."
He paused a moment. You said just
now that you dearly loved my father."
His voice trembled a little, and he stop-
ped to regain control of himself. "1 a
glad to have you say that. I am glad
that some one loved him." Again he
was obliged to pause. "You see I for-
sook him, and he must have been a very.
lonely man had you not given him your
affections. Now that I have come back,
in face of the dreadful calamity-that
'has bef'len us, your kind words lead
me to hope that-that youwwtll give 1d
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finished cube is astonishing. They hev- north, place your orders now and get
er miscalculate the number required foi the plants as soon as the season will 3 r T !
each oube, and never overweight it. permit. A lt
-If the citizens of Washington coun- W u
One on the orocer. ty and the patrons of the BUOY :.-.n.- Time T .c U itt lt.
They are telling a 'good story on my ally were :s i:,lihcito.ns of the welfare of n ? r-. (
friend, the grocer, next door. The oth- : is fair in d of ours as ie the : ; ,-, v '.- '
er day a woman came in and r.id: "l this fair nad of ours as is t :I .1,. .. .1 .i
want two dozen hen's eggs. They mut many a name w,.,ild ,: ,dd..l, to its sub- I,:,,; ,.11. 11 :,7 .m..\A ,,.t:
all be eggs laid by black hens. slipti in list that do. -s nott :, pp.--'" there I 1 ::2 p.i. 11 :4"', i iel:id
The grocer said: "'M adam I am will- now, aUad it ..,,tl, be 2-,-.:i_,i,- i t .'i:: .',t I a'-t'. a-.,.: " IF l'i .
ing to accommodate you, but you have urate many an improvement in the :;.11. ,.0 i h,' n
got the best of me this time. I don't paper that, with its pr-,.'nt -,ipi.rt is '112 . 5:t il n. V1'- ,..'.
know how to tell the eggs of a lack simply out of the ,iu.-ti.,n. A very 4:..1 :it 1. .' I ... ,,I,- i n
hen from those of a speckled or whit< smallieffort on the part of our friends 5:,,, .a.m. 7'" i..n. At' V, ., ,-,
one. .. ..,i ..in. !.:y i,.n A r .1 tr. .-,,ni i il .-
Said she, "I can tell the difference, would make a decided iiuItr.vemi.t in ,'T1;in No 2 l : ti tT Moinvtmry,. 4.1 1n.m.: Troy,v,:41
mighty quick." the present condition of affairs. Sup- Train N 3 arrivex-r : iitit; im-. 1'':1 -., : T 'T,,y, 1":(!
"If that is so, madam, will you kind- posing each present subscriber would ,;:.h, .,.,i. i,:.; .,. I., \\ a,,..-- A
ly pick out the eggs for yourself?" prevail upon at least one neighbor or u'-.,i .i.ni. I2:hi a.m. Ar S:ivann ,h
She did so, and when the two dozen acquaintance to take and pay for the 4 *.0 l. '. ;:1l a ,i. ( lal,' -i..-
were counted into her basket, the gro- BUOY; the effect would be to double the ::il .a.1'. a:It i, Lv \ .,..r.,-
cer looked at them and said suggestive- li,, and, from barely meeting expenses 'i:, '- ... ':;n .,Ar i.., _-
ly, "Well, madam, it seems as though there would accrue a surplus to invest :2, a..,. ::4-, p.m. lv .lt-h.. oill,.
the black hens laid all the big eggs.'" :0 a.m Ar St. A,0u%-t .i
"Yes," said she, "that's the way in improvements, and the improved 1u:30 a.r. 1. A r a.m. St.atl:ai
ym tell them."-Hardware. features would bring not only the Bay 1:'2 p.m. :.43) a.m. S.tit....I
country but the whole county into 2:.-"2 l.m. 4::.:3 a.m. int.ei, Park
Youtbfnl Forethought. greater prominence than it has ever C, r. a.in,. (,irlann
lamma--Why, Johnny, how wet y.t, enjoyed. But it is a matter of re- : .i48 .":4" a. ln." li' i ;i,'te .'
your hair isl I hope you haven't been gret. that, instead of helping to increase 1
In bathing when I told you you mustn't ghae li. witp an occasional paying sub- 7:2 a.m. Ar Dupo nt
ht I l i ,with an occasionalpayin-sub- 9:01 .m. Ar Live Ok t
Johnny-But I fell into the water, eriber, mniany of the BUOx's friends, 10:50 a.m. 11i.h Sprins a"
mamma. You can't blame me for thatforg : ug, or not reli *n, that every a.m.
Mamma-But how does it happen orttug or not re every 11:55 a.m.
*aat your clothes are dry? issue r.Ipriesents a cash outlay that has 1:50 p.m. T ala.
3:32 p.m. T.rea trrg
Johnny-1 took them off just before to I, met before the. material can be ,I-., .I. I,,,k :i!
I fell in. I thought you wouldn't like had to do the work, carelessly let their -i:. ,,I, ,. 7:1i a.m. Lt l. -uid A
me.to get them all wet.-Boston Trans- subscriptions, run out, and the proprie- 7 ::' p.m. i:15 a.m. Ar TP,,... L,
eript tor has the altlr- n tivo Ik-ft ,_,i -Ktopping 7:40 1 int. "' T:nr. 1 H->it .1
Croup Quickly Cur 'd. the ppmr;oi t,1 n vi nto -.-nd it at his : .. 'l '
M qMmwAn GLEN, Ark.-Our ch':ldlen wli wif.1 Now wiFlI take tho hint : .',. l'',,ta .,,t, .'
.wre sarmig with croup when ., receir- id, in a naie.or, two with the a1 4I. fiiie, .ls, I i d; i .. ;,i
et 'bot ofCOiamberlaiii -' Co(ugh Rem- needfulprice, togetbeko,:.y itl, theirown rrclininig elh i: ,r','i I.-. tw',,n .IT:n, k;.:n il .1 t.,1
dj. itR--fforded almost instant rilief...F. renewal. and .thereby obviate the no- F-'iillii.I':;lac, S..-.p;, ('.r.le'l- ..- J... .-.,vll :- dl
A.'lborntou. This celebr-ankle re iltV ijs cessity of applying the siftihi c prr ''-. i dail'v ( xc .t "iin'.I. all i.t..r- dnil'.. L,.r .n' .K.hi i
fo isale by L. Mh. Ware 6 c St. An- to the .ubs-ription list? Unless tih Tr A', , L- *T '' ', \-
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i f.*. LT h., ;t '' .-',! .:" , d' - -: ..' i .' m ll '., . 1 \ , 1 !' > l- t ,,., ..I .I: n 'v tt
tialdet with175 leaves for lO cts; all with ford t ie,. from 1 to $2, and a nice lot of
handsome covers and good, ruled paper, patent tip low cuts at $1 a pair at at L. :. A,..t..
at the Buoe, Oll-,'. M1. Ware & Cois. .
7 I -Send 16 cents in currency or post- -The attundatil'e at the public school i,,i,,,l \
ag e stamps to II. C. McFadden, Assist- has been increased during the past week a,,t hs ago,
int Gouneral Passenger Agent, Plant to lifty-live pupils, with a c.irre.r'I- Ii e i -
SSy-stern of Railways, Savannah, Ga, for ing increase in the interest in the edu- ill, t e
.. deck of handsome playing cards. national work. fact,
NoT.-It must he remernieredt th.t -t--Our en rrepondelnts will please bear -Everyone desires to keep informed :urtintg fr..n
wind is not a .wollv reliablemheotivl, Pib-
r wind if the a wldrlly role moti pfindit in n mid that tli.i favoasmust be mailed on Yukon, the Klondyke and Alaskan bama li.," mi
posmiilde to ae ehdle tin. iit i early er.onigh to reach u i not, later than gold fields. Send 10 c for large Compen- edU at the "I.
:t arged to the elements, their do the biest M la evcnin.:otlh:.vwis they cannot dium of vast information and 1., color
they can. appear in the current issue. map to Hamilton Pub. Co., Inianapl,,- \ in aidtik.
....-- -Pctnts and guardians interested in lis, Iud. i -
/The Poimncola schooner Mary securing the most practical Business -The yellow fever situation at latest wa.,n fell
Louise camo into the bay Monday Education for their children at the least advices was 1prar'tih.:lly tt'chauecd. het. ,.n. in.j f
after lupptlE; t,1 6 having encounteted expense, should correspond with the The latest s. -ts did not reach St. An- lie nevei tu
adverse winds for so many days efter DeFuniak Business College, DeFuniak drews by thbtlast n-,i., but the previ- I.a.litally a
leavingIPeitnacolat, that sie was Springs, Fla. Catel..i'. free.
leaving Peto sac rol that she Was eWa r andfish haulers can find ous. issue brought report of five neh al, ,Ld.,g-i,,
forole to rse leniti here. -rplnly of fish all the time and fish roe cases and one death for the day, at Me- twI W ILks-a
Tlhe schooner Wm. GCawford at- and oysters in their season at W. H. bile; with the T.l,,..' of :No.v' ea--' at bd al,' c,,n
rived from Pulnacula Saturday night Shand's.tor. P;rker. Fla.: alo pleas- New Orleans t -.,.- r.,fl1y increased th,, end t.,
with three passeongem antd its u.nal- ure boats fonr ithe wishing to make ex- i;.' the i' i n report. It is alsore-
ly heavy eargo of freight. uIsis t, hI t. !fi ls.,whtr r-l at %i a h.;'l'. dt'h l at a wi sixty i
The Cleopatra sailol fill- Pensac -la --The ii. A ,nic y\:- [3 I,[- .rt iIt it ra 11:1 a ' cases Iit 1, (1' I. '2.",.' a t w if' ,tt[
ThVedne aday evel i lg, with Capt. L. an ilmp'ove:.-'nti-A--, ati'onip'zt-par- IT,,I..-.'.n, f .y- threo ,il', trth of a h111.e11 s,
Wen. edarey evi ini, win Ca-dt. ed to lear., improve and Lplant ii to fruit ',-.,,,. .la. aid ihre n- mil.s U.irth f li gr.-n to
Ware n comad. ay t of land v.hich may e give-N~iCfI ttii ttt It is t:frdt-.'l 1. ,1Al
NAPHTHA LA; 'H8, tphem. It will pay all pe'rs.:.ns to buy a Dr. Porter .:Xi-..-, -e. li5 ontireeonfi-
AG L A. D Se tract front them and have it improved. di.rn.. in till 1. ., able to keep the *''l .t,,lltt[
G LA D Y S--. I oan ,e Iett,,1ads with St. fver out, of F i:'hila. A nid,.,on of protection.
CAiPT. Fa a KN \\'1rIl Eitw.I.. Andrews Bay date lin., andviews of mounted ,rnard. shasbeenplacedat r,..,ti e, I tIt Mir
Carrews Bath EWst a. Mail between Sit. either St.Au.. rewsBlu!T orBuenaVista Pensacola and trains are puton i,.reas- Ml-. \WV ,
ate points. Leav Wetpp. 'An.d irdus .tra Point, at So. per dozen; also map of the ed speed tliruu:fh FPirtnaton and not i, ,
(except Sunday) at 6:00 a. m.; arrive at St. Andrews Bay country on back of a ,ittc to stop there. Throughoutn- a :t
Wetappo at 12:30 p. m.; leave Wet.opp' letter sheet at 12c. per dozen, at the this ordeal, however, there i the con \ lilta
at 1:00 p. m.; arrives at St. Andrews at BuoY office. soling reflection that the fever is every- it, i [ MA.
7:30 p. m. Makes landings regularly at -That the richest and largest depos- where of a remarkably mild type and ni e: :,lillst i,
burg andFarodalo. For passe Pger and its of gold the earth has ever produced the percentage of mortality phenome- ii.tlit Iii
freight rates, see rate card in the sev- up to the present time have been found nallv low. The St. Andrews Bay ,.ar- tg wigI
eral postlolifices. in the Alaska Klondyke country is now antine regulations are as perfect as in
DAVID M. WITHERLL, Contractor. an .talih-d fact. We call your at- could be desired, and no suspicious tl
PACKET SCHOONER tention to the advertisement of the craft or personwill be permitted to kn0oiV th,.ni
rG EOPATRA Alaska Klondyke Gold Mining Compa- come inside the Pass. were ci.,o.lIt
ROB GWALTNEV,* ny in another column. -- Wils-.on I'
LeOBtv GwatrEr, .- BMasrny. -Ifyou are thinking of buying prop- The Young Peoples Baptist Un t i hW.-t
leaveSt. APcsndrew Bayevery TFridayerty in St. Andresws or immediate vi- meets at the Baptist church every I
weather penitting). Se-. atten- cinity youcannot afford to purchase Sunday at3. m. All invited. and the I n
tion will be gie n 10 rie,-.iting and until you have conferred with the pro- The Y. P. S.C.E. meets every Sun- their 1:-
forwarding freight or r.arties liig on prietorof the BuoY. If you are short of day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the And.....'s n
points on either ary of the Bay cfr money and want to buy on your own Presbyterian church. All interested relatit, n
depend upon seither ag prompt trans- time for actual settlement you can be in Christian Endeavor work are
portation at reasonable rates. For accommodated earnestly invited to attend. aeqL ,lIt:.I
further information apply to -The first quarterly meeting of the
L. M. WARE& Co.,Agrs officers and directors of the St. An- A Governor's V Wife a Forger. A..ttentiok
-drews Horticultural and Improvement The wife of Governor A tkinson of
A Week's Weathier. Company will be held at the he'adquar- West Virginia has been indicted for Jl1uge ( The following tablle shows what the ters of the old association, on Watson f..,re, an.i there seems little chance jom nea 1
temperature at St. Andrews has aieeti-l
during the pant weql, from observations Bayou at 12 o'clock m., on Friday, Oct. of e. cpin" conviction. Thb Gover- Ponecul3
taken at the Ilov office each morning 29. It is desirable that interested par- Q-bpg conto The over- Pe ac ,
and noon: ties be present. 'r ill tlou be co,,froted( with the a;,l lthe 4i
Morn. Noon. -The minutes of the proe.'clin-"of i'F enr'gativi' of seeing his wife go to to the I
Thursday ......... Oct 14 66 76
Thrsday.......... 15 60 72 the Tenth annual meeting of the Flori- ,1 ii,,n, or vi.,,litinti his oath of office e1" \ .
Satnday ........ 16 64 71 da State Horticultural Society, held at by proclaitiinig her pari.tn. and ;Il tl .
Sunday ......... 17 66 75 Orlando, .May 4, 5,6 andT7,1897, as com- A l, i
M oaday...... ... I1 l, ','5 pilel Iby th.: -.- retar h. t.- b .n iss e i i
Tuesday ......... 19 5ti ;- A few we.-k ag. the 56di6tr w is tl.ke, will t I
.Wednesdan.... .. 1 2 54 in Iak form a .nt to t, th A a. i the .d; ..r .- u til l
i~ednesda of the society. It e ,-ntais tl theifulltc:,:t tt-itl a v r t a. r -I ..-,i co l i i r, util ,.
Yelow J .ack re1w at ive. of thu papc.rs rea ds iii V I la a :it Ial a a ,c- et : I. 1t j. '-t,
ow. Jr 'N lL-Ue pOii t si fl- m sl ic b e [t ie Lil':t't. iuty "ll. .'. IiI L . l
'-l %-V is IUv Y flz U t aI-n.-, -iit0 11 . .- -
tree from germ bre j" C,- and hiuld be in ti.. han.. of on o .i
carets Candy Cath nse,the Intureated in horticitiureo in the tatu. r -.I',,, ,itc'a',ertit'ei t I,,t ,'t-Ca- their li i
system and kill ai ist di.bI.Qd It i- clcanllv printed from thl prns: I.l 'rouh I tnn i.I t'p e
germs. of E. O. Painter & Co., DeLand, Fla. -, '1' r.:.c,1 r,, t n idaiifr ll. icl, Id..,-" tI ,,, Al'.I t

-irphants That Count. - -terC l e r, wh hdiedm irrith m a- .. .n To mayth. it r. trial-.1 i ,. :h
Mrs Marie A. Millie has some "Sto- nay milliu s o f dollar but resleucted ,I.Lini t ., i -.usytint it ei .-A iti- chili.ren'i i
lis of Elephants" In t. Niehola-s.. and honored for the go d he cnutri- l .it. r,... -t,,1 ,-tin. I t.: ino i r -i-l. l r i,-
ir& MUllie says: tued o and accoriplihed in thu world, ..:,M ,I. It ,,. lil.v t, ,n,. l t,,I ... ,i Pilg'in 1
Of thefrmarvelons mathematical pre- gave some good advice to the b.sines was a si',,. i,. an id .n' n, ,,'. W. tina. at iTt.-i .
Chlion and ability to count no doubt men of every town where a newspaper b' cough nein..Jr e ., .i... i. e.i:l thi jI
ncU exist in the mind of any ono whc is published. Every, man should ad- .1', t Cough ReIly I .-' --,, r. mL t j
baa ever visited Mandalay, in lpper vertise in it, if nothing more than a flicted with a ,:-o.h :.'r c.,I.i i:, .tan r .,. S,] p; -
Burma. There largo forests of teak are card stating the business he is engaged -The Banner of Lile ty, Lilert'tewn, stamps to
cultivated by the government for build- it. nearly always pays the adver5- .: l .- -. -nti :,o .cent i- ,.: .. -,I, -, i,1'1 p
ing purposes, and the squared timbers iser andesds, lets th people at a -\. M W.r.- C.. nt. Ai.er' '.l ;n.t n.-y o1 ii a d
are placed.and secured oneabovrnanoth. tiser, and besides, lti the people at a u, l t. i ,., i. A.l.. i ,:-:ct on, -
or till a raft is formed to float down distance know that people may settle in ____ _...d ,l .._,__- ._
the Irrawaddy for conveyance to vari- it with a chance to make a living. Nev- \.---,^ -
mne other stations. Elephants do the er pull down your sign in a home l A AT
whole of this work They convey the newspaper if you expect to do business. '
enormous logsdown to the water's edge, -Of a dozen o: more different varie- A DY A.I
and pile them one above another, bot ties f strawberries tested at the BUOY
lengthwise and across, till a perfect Nonesuch is the only one
cabeis formed. They show an intelli- Farm. the Nonesuch is the only one
gene and interest in their work that that has given entire satisfaction, the S -
oeems hnman, ta any eyewitness can af- plants proving the hardiest to with- f
firm who has watched an elephant at stand insect enemies, the fruit the fin-
his loading, and then has seen him move est and a most persistent and constant
a few paces to one side in order to yielder until after every other variety a k
judge of the effect of his work. If th has ceased bearing We have a few 0 t o -.'ct %"'^'
appearance of thu heapisnot quite sym- thusand plants of this excellent varie- 25 50 4 I0. J-
metri'ical, two elephants force the logs -.o f G P D urr any tt- :conCpati,
One way or the other with their trunks ty for sale at 0oc per 100; 6c extra if 'tn UtBOret.TE iUr .. r cr' r anpiu,
till they get the desired result, and the sent by mail For the south, now is a rWa4 lonetree. Ad..STE.i. C I:I:I, (tCo.i r
perfect evenness and symmetry of the splendid time to plant; for farther* ___


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L .aui n' 13al car,' a lI

ill al.,i bt iremt l'nt.ei -
S E. (..'niita Iti i ant,

o wiet k ( f the l' ..iup
ntla, \ :igl
.,Iales ai in., li
n i..In in,_, u l.. ] n l li, ,-
al i.s ,, t ,: t'..ini Iy v li

ltteI tl',\\ itn midl c.'iI foIr
sy n l :,tli t f all \\ hI
The filtwit-al ser vices
ie 1.3 the Rev. L. 11.
te family residence in
iI t, Sunday morning,
aint were followed to
ting I.jlaee in the St.
ieteiy by the surviving
il many friends and

Witnesses and De-
ten giants.
larl-s Swayne has ad-
United States Coulti at
Ducemiber 7t: 1897;
itt at Talalabasee, Fla.,
31 ,niay in February,
ti,,eset and fefendants
r p-'l ti,', l lt'lon .,, l ;e

I. I .a t l.i e ua itii e I r i'

-r \ ,,-i, U >. A L' .

c rl t, t. -. .| e ,t f t* .

, pi,,i'll i u 'll .eit ,s ,I
1 ,ii of inflammation
fI tilh, stomach, super-
itju iis received several
An item in the Buoy
,, ci,,,ed, reciting the
e Ir. Mates was re.
I i~ .s t I ;p in Ala-
l'ei':imi'' frighten-
i udti.iing of a flock
heide the road, and
1'g t,, jit lip from the
cr it and received
F ili these injuries
r ;e'itl; but they
11c.1 a more painful
i- acter, until about
ie wAs pr.'it atle in
i ,d to decline, until
alcve. 31ir. Mates
cars of age and leaves
laItily of sons and
ral of whom have
i vlri y, \\ il two

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n ,, .... '.' t, 1 ',:,:, ,, l ic.h P i I th3,
S.1 !i L' t' nI III t, the ,' In Inal
h .. 1 i. i,-! 1 :tin ,u t in ...t n, l..,,,. .- lu ll
:,,.t n Ii mi ',t.ik! ble ] e ile 'co ul
; .. .. .. \,'i i h p lre s.-."

.,'. I?,-ttes to Thomasville
.\ unt i it tihe South Georgia
.A tnt al I .,,.l Mechanical Fair lto
he i1.i Iat Tihoi sville, Ga., October
26th-30th, 1897, the Plant System
wiil sell ron ud trip tickets from all
points in Georgia and Alabama, in-
cludiig Jacksonville, Fla., at one
fare for tlhe round trip. tickets to be
sold Octobri 25th to 301th. inclusive,
final limit November Lst,
lFor detail in foi nation apply to any
Agent of tlie Plant System, or ad-
diress R. L. Todd, Divison Passenger
Agent, Montgoumery, Ala.

They Needed Salomouson.
A l,-ti t Lciva fire in Tampa on the
15th d l.I r:.v'.-' thu 'Troy laundry, the
Y!'Ci ('ii.y i t, n\, Ls, several tene-
.,..,, ::. t I .l i i i ,. m i ,al a ve the '
,. . , ,1 <-'.. i. h e mg -
L l i 1 ll ,ut I I Il 'e lt ll
.,.'. ',," '0, ..'.'*i :\ r.l I i.)U i nm sur-
I,. I l ti'i r ,0 tie ltte antler
...,L I erty

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1.il ,. Ill II. '' i- ll ,'\ LL l l .i.: lI ,
Mr. T. R. lollhiidy at Cotton .iale.
lliiton is much pleaieid with his new
Mr. and l Mrs. Jhantler, from
Michigan were arrivals on the Craw-
ford and are -topping with Mrs.
(Coriby. Mrs. Chant l was here
several years ago, andl this time she
and other husband have come to stay.
Their household effects ara on the
way, and whea they arrive they will
establish themselves ir. a residence
of their own.

Senorita Cisneros Escapes.
T' iagh the enterprise and lavish
expenditure or money, by the New
York Journal the escape of Evangi-
line Cisneros the Cuban .irl who Ijs
for so long been enifi;.el in a
bpanish prison at Havana has been
i-.-:li. 1 and the yv tlin woman is

..1w safely h1 -i,',l u, n lei the protec-
,kVA L' ^ Btl.,.i t '-T W gtI

- Florida.

A.. J. -AlY', -oi;..or.l j IF.. T' C3.-Af MIANAGER.

Parties en route for St. Andrews Bay or other points
cUn n'ange fcr conveyance at reasonable rates by ad-

dds3 g, A. J. CAY, Chipley, Florida.




Rl. Fe. Il'C. INSON,
TPE1l1.ES IN *

S..uS .9 "-.. ,

TO 0U JUubi'n O

By special arra ni t- lts h t' p bl ihors wc will uo, sit l u M l. i .c i iptitial
for the ,. n ,, 5 .;. 1 ,
,-. .. and

ir ,, t rt, .,. r .r ,,i -. .

\'.,., ,n .-... -i .. it .,( i., ,, ,- , .r L es ie's W- eekly
, ... ,H..Cq.': i ',.',1 ).,, ,"'.(-'-, *.,,lii -e,.- \\l,. t a ,lpiein I .l
. : ;. i :I t I -. .a ;F, *: ~i i ,"..

[ S f 1 "'I WI-' i 'h ol,,. i . I,, .p
. 1 ;h ,r I i 'i,,. r' '.''e l N .'.v .,1. j. 'u ',. ..-. It i.s lh e

as antii'-. rs ,r -,.riring for' .i lth itit .iiL'i,:II- If til : ti e t i e- ". ,i tl! ,,l i h, ,ti i n t..' a ',, t-n ...i ,V Ini el.
wvhile- ti..-r?. nrc: ,'.niy ?rO l" | i i [ le' r. lit !'le.r i t- j.). r nI t e.- '*,.t bh p: -.iini i',l'i at hIteo
I -nlpit:-.ra -i that b sex. t_ <'-.Ubi .',, I lit t. i t a L l .l rl L.' L .' f:~ti,- I. it L.,.ti l to ,*'".l -,t le witth
-rit,.:rs re 1.I, ,, nov, lr ist. : .,-' v h,,-'. . . i,,,, ,i,.-rr ,, a ,, te'n ,* I r ..-it i .
,'ts ; d l. -,0 w -. p ub;:i.'h I, , 1 d ,,,I ,, .. [ .. 11.,t M i. E. E,"!'1 t M.. .. .' ,.t n:i .m .'* t ir i ', i i-t t S if|.
-6 edu< ,,r :. ..- ,,.l.r ,. ,, I.I., ]a, to sa', , l, r t- 11v l ; i tl,,,Ih ,,;I .v I,' lt ,s i, vi %..1 ,, >a ,il y .,M I .i I w o, L th ii

3 the shrine : of M ,-ria Rad- "" l i it. .. I rt- r- .li 1 te i 1 i e. Ii t .I i tInI u .li
v.,ir. i u Ihuw ..'t. have ri'- i., :1..it .ii -,i'- *I, I lt f i. l' a il, .- ,-

ru.. on liola. i' i,',: t,.ilIi l:'lt.ut. l riu_.. THE POMONA NURSERIES.
i curt 7. rNEWV CATA-
t., in ,.",'.-. p I-ti' .t ous son 1898*
0. C. .'..FLdJ.-n. Assistant '----, ; aid ,iru L dy ILL E IREAIJY TQ AIL IN OCTOBER.
*.*. ,'r ,s. Ast T--] ta-- This ;...i. i in calln always be depended .- ..
'', '. :, -h, (Ga., for upon for colic, cholera morbus, dysentery One pay writes as follows of our r q-ca.ta
ito r. . i a r,' I T' e: "W ill yon-paTsese nd iitc a cc,'pv '," I -,IT
',e 1 pl ,i 'a.. and diarrhoea. It is pleasant to take and v'.'' '. ': v1. tleo N-sery Ca ainue. I t..It a c-pa .ut
n'.c's- =- never fails to effect a cure. 2,' and 50 A'' .' : h s i it. I udso t 1;I i :- ot
, -41e -,a ee-es cent sizes f.r sale by L. M. Ware & Co., i'"cp.''" "... : 'l'''' *
St. Ainarevs and 13ayhead, and ol' aedi- .' 4 "' rne w r e C.i' .- a n t 1' i 1 the '
cine dealers. 4- '. .Ful I! .i'. !-t h, nv a

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C, rarpts ne i the il'il Laxa.
e' e.Isy n3lt rair,.; Ir.. ; i an,.
,al. (aB

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lit atil 'a. ,ville: :-lso free
:rv. No,). :A3 iandi 6 carry
N.Itville. N.,s. 812 and
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Divorce Notice.
Fir t Judicial Circuit of Fla., Circuit
C urt of Washington County.
Julia Ann J. Brock com; iainat, vt.
T. W. rock defendant. Bill for Divorce.
It being made to appear by the sworn
allegations of said bill f comniuliit that
the defendant is a non resident, it is
therefore ordered that the defendant T.
W. Brock do appear, plea.i, answer or de-
nmur to the s.id bill of complaint on the
, 0I, day of December, a. n. 1. ~, the same
being the rule day of this court, or said
bill will lie taken as confessed, and that
this order le published once a week for
four cons-cutive weeks in the St. An-
drews rkoy, published in St. Audrews, in
the county and state aforesaid.
D- ip d or'dered this aiIth day of Oc-
t . .~.,.. i 1'-7. W. B. LasrYMEa,,
t_'i *l . 5. W -lr;i |:-' 'C o., 1
V'. I. i'_ :, .: (,i'npln'na nr '. <,ili,'it,,r.

.- I ..'o,t NX I.tt-w -. --.
F ' .. I i I: ut i lortIda '-CU reuitl
Court ot Washiiigton Counts.
Jas. A. C. llrarken, complainant, vs. Oor-
nelia Ann Bracken, defe::dant-Bill for
It being made to appear hy the sworn
alleigaties of said ill 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 thlie said bill of coin-
plaint on the 1st day of November, 1:;,
the same heing rule day of this court, or
said b'll will be taken as confessed, and
that this order be published once a week
for four consecutive week in the St. An-
drews Buor, published at St. Andrews, in
the county and state aforesaid.
Done and ordered this the 28th day of
September, A. D., 1897. W. B. LASSITTER,
Clerk Circuit Court, Washington Co.
W. 0. BUTLER, Compl't'i Solicitor.

Divorce Notice.
First Judicial Circuit of Florida-- Circuit
Court of Washington County.
J. P. Hart, Complainant, vs. Lomie Hart,
Defendant-Eill for Divorce.
It being made to appear by the sworn
allegations of said bill of complaint that
the defendant is a non resident, it is
therefore ordered that the defendant Lo-
mie lla'tt do appear, plead, answer or doe-
mur to tid irill of'complaint on the 1st
day of NWember, A. ., IS 97, or said bill
;li l I. i li . is C .'i :.-edi, and that this
litI. l 1. lli-"l- ti( u m, i- a week for four
c. ,-.-'" liv ,',.1;: 1 in Ihi.' St. Andrews
l', .-. piltii-, l ied in St. Aiidn- -s in the
i .. -i l t i ..l tt it- il 1I o f

.,;, -^' i.^SJi, ^)^,b'a. J .-"I -,'rpie yie' s v. 0 oilV a ,"ll hIne olf
3" .j t J .&ll' 'ri :'I anl ,_,rn.I-iil. l Trec:s.. ,, hrul,sad,,p'ed
h'p !ua 'uL'h n .Laci I p utig. .logu .. Address
SNceto.d ,rt Prfit-be THE GRIFING BROS. CO,
PcaLh o-t Souiiernr P -n't" F.:%:.A r;'..:i rs, MACCT ExNNY, PLA.

Captain, JAS. E., .P K.7 -

Mobile to C0 ra -Ile, via Pensacola, St. Andrews

ay, ,rc -Ii to "and A-palachicola.

SI at. eger Uaipo
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Con('ntlts at Al-alt '.liii, -Ia with stzniuer- pi ti.'hattaboochee Hirer. At
Carr.il'-llle with '. T. (5. I't'n mn l for T''Illjh-.e0 .
F-r' further illfr'1- .iti.t.'i, t,..-iJ ht iat'. and 'l'pLcial ritcs for large parties
d'lv ,I .'.I'T'. -.)1S. iA 1 { 31 obile. A lidnnia.

itt 1(31% .1 ~k II soil

e-Hilon Jaick iivliie.,
(C i t,.n I:'t ',I i-, 'I I r..' l. ti I -Y '
Jack wherever they t.ild h;,n. N .. -iic
who takes Gascareuts i-,ul.1'- and sys-
tematically is in danger froin the dread-
ful ddise'ws Ca-caI ih- I.ill yellow t'evev
germs in the towels ane prevent ,.1'w 'itl ,:
from breeding. tOc, 25c and .'..-: all
dr ig 'i -'.
Ni"Vt ie''
Ic ha r,,l. n ii '.. '-, t i {l 'i o''.l a-,H.]i,'
M Ii -] 1.f . 1, 1 1 i .
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c tlhcter', Fn vnipn Dlanaant Brand.,
', f '. El at"G, ,ua neh-

Ef ..j n ,,-! '.un n.r ul. i.''toai. h uidi [
1 i I.r r . !ni0m1al-l ll
('t 'i-, ..'-r h l initu l..,nu-.. .nir, ,i B/,t .
Sol .h a,l- Lciu i --.. i. 'hillaa. Pa.

The!C t eliable

ta' .' re. Treatsars!oorfomal.,
t 'r .-, In C.s of oxptooP,
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Thursday, Oct. 21, IS97.

S T. AN 1 i) E L \VS
Corrected 1ly L. M. W'are & Co.
Augar, y t, Ten, > lbi
Granulated ..... He No .......
Cof'ee,A .'.. (Inirunpowder.. Hii
Lt brown..... 6 Uncol'd .Jap.. 'nM
ul'ee, Cond milk, '.) can
roemn.... 12@20 LTnsaw4ut,'u. 12.1
Arhuckle. 6' t $1 Sweetened... H1
singerr snaps 31t ,25 Baking poudtr
rsackere,s, oda; 7 Royal ..... 5. 5
b"ulacco, plug "5%50 Camnpbell .... 10
t.:i !i O Cannied fruit
London layers..1 -2 ai I'uaclif.s .... I 5.s1i
a';iennria ...... i T i'niiatu e ... '. .7 ll)
tic ....... (G Apples ....... ii
Sp-ples Pic,,rn .. ......... I
Evaporated. .s813 1,ln0s ......... .
Dried PILacles 4 Ari-ot ...... "'1
Moil Oil prgal ... 15 Strawlherries... -ii
;ai line ..... 20 Pinit-a ple ... "'
lurida S riip. .. 411 C'anniid Al-iat.4
fone ........ 11 'o"" I -l,,. 1 '1.,
IIn Iar . . 30 Corl-i .-d l..
ieeL a rDor. U ... J _- Ch'ppedJ B.eet.. B .

Lad ........ 6 Salmon .......
Beans.......... ..4 Canned Vegetal le
Cocoanut pkg.. It. Baked Beans. If
Fiuit Prirddini e. li Corin. ....... 1 .
Jelly), lass 1 .2' Peas ......... .
Limne.J uicc . 5. ['ulripkin . 15
Eggs per dnoz 15
pl'ov I'SIONS.

Flour I Vrk;
1 0 N 1' .... 2,'5 11. S. pI 11 .......;
Majestil 3 . 3.0 acnii Sides.....
orn M eal pr iu iri l Fri'i ..... .. .- il
pat Meal pr b ... llr'kf''st ;.-e.in 11
,ri perhu...... ..5 .nt i rn c vs a '-s,,i I.:
1'talues Slouldeis... 10
rish .... 1 20 Bee .f
Early v 'se' sed 1.201 Corned.. .....
Sweet . 6 i Fresh .... ..."
llt, pr sack .. 5 Dried ....... 25
T'allc .... ... 5 M ilk pi l ...... 10
Ii AltR)WA.i1E.
Nails, rer i i.3r.1,t4j Ax.witlh h.nidl". so
Galv wir.e dn.lj ii' i blues, et.ch ::!5.ni.;I
5laiilla rope .9ail2Cppnp.r p tint, rtvn .15
-toves cook,. $8ti-2 Liuseel oil g g155-3 Gt)
ripe, per joint 15
i' inits, per d 1. aS ec'k' ....... ...itni
liuelinugs .. 5a'J Flanniel ... 15. 4
Iuslin ........ 9.al Thrend pe.r sptal .
lea ns ...... 1.5.5l, Sho s. ladies .'Ifla-' .
Eitrapan. pat 2i 25 Men's. . f1 41laMlii
- ay pr cwt .75aIl.ln Iate pr Ihu...... 41I
Bran, ...... 9al .05 Brick pr M. I:- i'
Rope Simal . .. 7 Lime pr i l .. ;5
Oranges pr doz.. Pcani pr Ib....
A pples ........ 12 W alnuts ... . 1'.l
Lemons ....... .. i1 AImnin, s.. ....... 15
n shll ll r ,0lill I .A tp",-n r'l ; it pl .Q
J.l \ E S' 1'hK.
Horses. .. $. laliiI Cow- .... .. $15,.n J.,
Mules. .i10a l.u55 H.,.g .. .. ; .-i
Sx n.oi pr yoke $ i.L i .p .. ... ..
C"tickeuns ltch 1.t'2 Geese et:h. .n
l'irk e .... i aitl.011 U mi k . .. . i"
GAMiE. :
Ve ,is..,i, pr I, Ial0 1 !'ay4 .S. ,r,.s

r--n. -r r .. a
Fresh Salt, ... S
Millet pr doz *5c Milvt' pr hl 5.i)t
Trout.... ...., .25 Trout. ... 4.5.
P'rn paiio pr I l.. 6 oipaiio. ... .lili
Sturgeon ...... 10 Mackr-ral ... ii ll

Flooring, Ceiling.
neart, V m ...$1 1..Oi Heart, m 1,1 114 i(i
Face ... 14.11) Face ... I .1*
"ap '' .., 10,111 Sup '" .. i. lsi
Drop siding, Cliinhoa rds,
Heart 'facee in 15.00 0..1 in. pin .41:.01)
Sau 10.1110 Finishing 1luv-
Butf lumber.. S ,1l'2 her, d. .$1 2't l5.1l)
Heart shluaglths, 2.50 Lath, n m.... .Ull
lSap i ].50 Boat lumr hIer,
dresriod. .. 20
tfleiwaret it' i Oinlltmentll for Ca-



,-.-_-V I_
Posti;l lanksmin ;.4u-:r i,, I..-a.. ,- "V' *.-
In Sevcal <,o tt t AtI:. 1. -l -
ralil... .nre zl i r. pi-?. rh- 0 w !I r, ;
rnies both gen rnai n r.s l., -;. an-i i.e i,.ri''y ~ of h-nuu. ,ivit i -n is t i .. -. -.. . l .,h -
prstal sai-iugs hini-k- m'ilj I *lh I,,- (ela ini.are war cr r r ) :r. r it irore and '.ii -,,,ir
ivi ur .reabttrit,,' :f" avI i, l.t. n:. aL i.,b -. i.. i.l is h-rt.-. .- i I i ii i ,-
i furI t, it \i t t -i -. lliy ii i .t. k l . -
says the C'li .a.: lb i d. J liik i 1i. 7 in' ti:Ns, snit, a iia ';u,-r t-' ..., it L.... ... . .
of Victo.ria, N .,\v S.nitli \Vales n:, i be. toi- st3ti,'of things which we ar.:, I. i l i I nlitiC -
Tasmania. Postlffice bait ri;s ,ut utry Plc'-.~s luid ,in ,, r-i .
Talsmania. Potfic banks al n:,i ,-niischievoas In thocivilizationof t.das. d' y, .TVI T
e'xiSt in ( ihQ'nsi'laill] an-il \V -ti : n The oiuanrn i pire, which Mnchia li 'i,. ,, i ;It
Aiii lia., nti .en al *,: -iis F gre tly a uir.:l as r: 7 f.... , ., i
d in ,.ire miu i;ary n i.' iy 1 .. i I II
alomie Gin S nihi .\;: U rliai 1i: <.( 'i|- s t: Ai :, d L, y ccui L r-t.tI, l 1,t t .ohe i ; '-"i ','I .i
;u(,l, g t\i.in'h iit!! -.ini., in., il.iik ituicn- in !(:rit' arr, f'oniier ji-> iIn itui'. i t ,- -
iit i j.ai l.i( l fib nit^ : !m ni t i l tl-. ,.t- --a .... w :.r is it.. ,, ,:,i i- rwt-
a e, theni i t ii 1. ii r.i e c .t u to : , ... ,
gi li i g % ..\v,'i l e I ,tlet a- a mlore ge -,ra ri nu ,.' p..it,-: . .n ,.t',, ., I ,
Ct i'nve.i lint at in it;ilile ii, -i tti t nii i _Th 11.' r.'t',- th..lr'-f-rn, which wr- ,.'., ,. i ..
I e c i.. l n r evolve l iJ of) the ni t ul'tl- .of t. i .. ,- -... ,. i ,,, 4!
St ,iiw l I3 hin ,i;.r-, nt. a tiii v. vh -n l- i , ,iii..t i ,, i, .i |
savings I arik as disti-imgishncln frim ns" ou trn' ai -.: t ir r n -. v .
the postal S vin iiig a, ik itset is il-Fl.- of c n.it.m i! r-hl.t 4, .xc ? t:,.-rly out ,' i',:- h n--I *i
,,c I-la c e ill tL -e ."_n ii P.i i n l l -' b y th' .d I" ihi , i. 4
of tie postal.,.' .1.. inJ c,.I M .1 ,l' i ,ili r IlL'. lit t i rnp ^ f- .ir t. ,.ti .i.InI.t
l" e p lst, l,. ,s ilaes ,," ,l ....il, .-rn lif,. t, st t." w hh" rt. ,-..:s in til
for tranisnii-. (cure', lIn I if t:1- i'.r.,i o',r:',ai. 11 ',."-. 1 i ill i i 1
REACHED FAM"IE AT A COUNLN. h.. i u..r drai-,i th s11,",',t I ., ii i lr-t .I
,d t'L rt is v -r. .it dra it:- tnt .hl w ,It. i!. -. ,ii
How tile Fam,.u s D l.ct N e t Il etelit irv r :' -. I
Si L. tIr | w ll r th :tlr-'. -, i tir t t1,-he -i i' fitm- T t i
The n. ~ -;: ro, '-. g di O.li..: .3._f l' iii t i
prow incniuc in t l iiin .r-y .i L 1 ,l ,. ,nc- hir I ,, tu -,, f _-.
gr 1'wnU L a trU.il r..'i..,' -' i.t t. nnr ,. ,, i t .. T '. t,..t i :,,,.
. .... nt~e trY a p 'h 1!. ?. F. i, w.it Lki B (.'i i %v." ia 11 I. I '' ";'
bottle, andr t of t. ..!. i .I i ts"r .. ..u cuti. ir of rt.L.u. ,... *
party dec-id l t i t tI:.rt- :L c, .t .,- 1 .-'
b tt r tit t) 1 .Lt the alct ry t hi- 11 6 E I

larU:u 5il -* 4. Lor.don'n '.-ater tpply. rate i A t o 1 .lC.,sm w I
"I donc.t rLail that cny o,'+ ov-r be- Tm raur i.r ]rvo,,-1- of ,L; u ir on)r- 29 p r n .. t on g-o r
I, -,orn -4, .-,I ...a. ,
came iMuore sudd.knlv tf.m,,u i: th hIrt m n:-. It r.,c.. , '.-t,.i..l 1 -. a :_.i p. r c< t (: :!- 'r crdt c
erary world than you," sug d th .. d the tha. rily c,.s; .:?:,:,.r,:d '' w ,-,i n., i ed i vlt more than
cmuir s(.es ,. 1 7 7 ; .' :; i. or a t. i tL rt. t r'. c. I,.r j **: ..1, 7 (-p ,i t, oC
-I inauile th t h I a cam e .l, t, of .lt :j, cil r l .. : i a :- l.l.:ii> ,,.,rI. i h., Br t,.r: va'. in
briakii g a rteccrd, r.plii-d il. lit, r, 2 0y julti. n 3,: i:,T.,1' ; Ti.'U ..l. : i .1, 1:tIi,. 1 i I ,:ii ,tt ta iun 51
light. s : ;. ,'5 "i4t : .il-I;. and ti.- a, O cc.;.t- .r u: i, r t cu l: ]3
"Une day you w.reO rukwb-:n, au.L 6. I1.-1 i'. of water '.. and 33,0 v.ai .t: Jilt ,) ,|i:J ,) e-. Lt. j.. r
the next day every lit ir:iv .- ; i.- th. firehydrants. 1-' this water '!:,, ..-. : ., d.'., li. .:r cit .:i t trti v.tl.
conjitry w3,s .i i.:1n,: your praise and gallons come 1.*..-. li r r Thamins, u.l .] t c...dg 10 cu i, rI
p w.,i:l were si;an..u.' in lii- to buy 51 .-,: from tho river Lea and the ". '-i 1, '.reent s of ,ic-.l vl-
your l., 1-s, continued the curious one. rost from r.i-. :i artesian 1v. .: i .-, Lr. L 30 c.:t r
'"Quite true," admitted the it former years t,... .. v - f 1.,.-, of r.-, : ,1). 4 ' pi. ,onit f t it-f t r.
light. "'My reputalii,u was made by a criticism -,:.1 :.. .: L ..'. v,'I-, ; I l,-r ,,t on i1l. :-i]
single ctij-y. ald that story might be water supply because of i.i i:~..i ..;. 1 .. vr. -r 40 e t pti : uil,
call(-, an u :.1v d- it." qrI-wuity and its impure quality, but anil .i I e t:Q ,I t' aggl. ; .tJ Uf
"That's what I want to get at," ex- since 1. i 3, when a parliamentary con- we.' a: c:. .:I .ts. 't
paired the curicas coa "I want to mission was ai". :.l to investigate ;, 1 ., ':. f oLh. until StaPr. could
hear the story of that stoiy. Where did the question, there has been no cause of E-.,i f r L: -11 to by er.Y sirt f-, i;n tbh
yu ;:pi tL ,: i,.. id :..t i, fi ,..l co, .i- ...n tiv ,.:, to ptt ev%,. sherph r.l oon
to wiV,"t? i L .n.,:.tt iwi. y...ur u ..;-.r. T ,:. ;;.: r r-' : rth p ,l tnrn :Lt. i'-.- i, list th.n toi hnL.m it tio. -
tii,t-" f, the Th .... -..:.e .: d '.,., s,:l,,I, 1.Jl m0les alt cdri a -
"The litc.ra -. h" t langh-d and r-.:..'bc'0 Ri!, i--., !, ;h th,. v'.r., ir. i ir -p' -Ri t .L::'r i. ,
for l.i -gl,.%, .:i1 .- U 7 uA,. ;i :..l i.. .. ;r ..- i 'i . -
"The se,.r'et ,.f titr tS'.- y i. P .-: ri,-. of aqu ',..- .. r.u :C nt Co ritct 6Su3r Kin s..
told, he s.:d : i ,:.-rn i. t.- '-g .-. er, : cov,-riz In.... ,: r [ i> j f t .'-ys is harder to Lenvict a
e ..t. "Y a :.., 1 i. t- t-: ,.r._ c.a ,uti- f i,-.r,..,, S r t u t ki than it is for a rcaniel
"YougauAd ;.rettvy? they all LILt.. ],:: Frm tu--.- t. iwa. r i p. '1 to w.t,,h-.i' the eyo of a Ckol.atrian

"Machino, not ro:. rat.,r," .plai 1t i v lh ,lh-, rb a ".r,-, t i I-.- a m .
the lite-u-rary li::ht. '" ..achii. v w.. a:il I-.. 'r" t:nt .r ".- hr._ .h si r_.ir n a ( t t
e i ff,:,rd at tat timIe, AI I had r.. t ,:.-n itL h. 4f SL I it re I. i l to avo r life
g,.r iat n, u t. i.llu l jwh I ran t ,o pili .s-, :,.pnl tiC a:, l is -,I, ,,. i- :.," s r.. i If
it ,.s,..lf, you ]nu w." tu : .L.- ra-- aI.--n.'h ir.,c2, :r-,rl b.-r.,- t ; .".r ._t II,.. v tu r
"1Well? C oo." .i. ri n ii

..m .-.u..r-. i \' ,; .l *' .'
-tn ,.-- ..:.r- -- .v ,*:. r ..

.-0 j,
"Cit-.lilu't run i c.uld b..'' th:.
"Of nurse n;-ot, L.utt I'.i l.l hii hl-p-
me put i' L art-r _.. t!:, itt cut im-
l h' had u-,-:..--- t .1 rt,-t.t _e -ib n' ti ..
o4-,'i'riun of tLh- ii::iLn.-'.< d LiE. lh>n
cIlik of it t l_".-cd L-ii:i d tLnr-i t v:;
j.S..^ ^^ ^ <..., -....ifli.t.._ .,

Ki-u;-htc has that to do with your
Btqay?".? ,'
"That was the story," answered the
literary lig ht. "When I saw what he
had 'ono, I gath'rr,-d the page-s to-
gether, zninl.ter.-d th Em, got up a title
and seat Ihe wholo thing to a leading
magazine .wit.h a note .s.aying tlntr. it
was a c;:.!:-ct etcry of a c-tch-W>-lsh
settl:ini-ut that got mitcd up with th-i
Dutch in South Africa, and-wll, lI
haven't ha.d to do. a thing sint'e then
except buy typewritrs f..r the boy.
He's a little' l it r.'u:-h at t ime.s, but so
lon? as hr, do-esn 't snu.:.b ov.-r oni:' mUa-
chine a month I can a'iord it. "-Chi-
cago Post.

tairrli tieat Contaiu Mercury, Indi:ans v.it'h Eiao Eyeas.
as mercury will surely deairoy tne -si ni. One of tL: : ,_L -.e. -ic i ro-
of smell ,and conmuletely derange tliit IetWrlt 2by 1.i0 Ml'y: La i.:.s, who in-
1 1..i rbro,_h habit thi. :~itrra : a<.i/idr.r u in
whole syst-m 'wheitln eiteling li hro.1 h haLt th t f ;1 .ni. -t .
the milculn suril-at.s. Such 1iielh fatle rk'iuser, i- 'o, s d li.ht h:.ir. have
should mnevcr lie 'i-sd except "un pre's.c.np- riu nits of etl.Lh -.'. It h:, i.t.' ays L.-i.-n
tions from reputable phy-siciA.nIi, as tIne przz -'.l to a' ,iut, fir tho rj. 'Thirn i' aj
damage thuy will du is len fold to (he tradition, h%'wvi-er, that tl.set Indians
good you can pllossilly derive from then. are the dr-st-edurlt. rf the rt-Cw- and
HMll's Catarrh Cure, nianvufalctureild 1 F. passengers of a Sw\ei.ibl v,.--.l wrTe -,]
.-. Cheuey & Co., Toledo, O.,ct)otlasints n on the Mesxian c,..:-t c- n.t-ries bef,tre
mercury, and is taken internally, acting Colut lis tdi.-covt-rd thy' e n.w vt'-d,
0 but this tradriti u in[ f.olud'.d on n,-th-
dire,'tly upon the blood and mucous su- ing more sulSt-:ntial than a f,..
faces of the systemm. In buying Hall's taI cuT.nt arI'.-g tt.g.L- t'ha thnir .u-
Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. cestors camnTe Go-r theo Lig sJ.t v.ii..nr
It is taken internally, andI marlde inToule- hundreds of rioonis n-a:o.
do, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testi- Tho M<,.xi-enMs have never !.,. able
mnoniala free. to conuqer this iteopl.. Niminn'", l il.-
Suld t.,, druggists, price 75-- ocr lonttle. decal.- thet- are n,.lr Mexican rule, but
Hall's Faimily Pills are the lest. rCe ally they ar'. th. e 1 ;..- 1 yo.-n
--Send 16 cents in cu'rcncy or post- erunmet has int.-tfc:r-?d with theti they
age stamps to H. C. McFadden. Assist.- have taken up ar,'. getting i... ,,t ,
ant General Passenger Agent, Plant st. ndian g ui -ti..rs ane the Y-,.pi n
System ofR always, Savaunah, Ga.., for and the.,, tv'o ;:,,:I tril.e h.-"a.-r r.,.
-i, i --" ad si gying crai-' procity div-ia tc,a i ..:. ...ii,t. 1-A:n i I1
the otLher w ..? thc 'n ir '..':etas- at<.,.L
It Had to Come. them.
Mrs. Cal:ebrcad was eutcrtaining The Mnyas lir-P pri-'ci-'Pl!y Iy tIl'
some ladies at a sc-le-t little 5 o'clock chase, alth:.ut:gh hly > -.. t
tea, and Bcbby, who had 1 een excep- corn and :ar.ku trik. '. nt.a -'
tid ally well behaved, was in high large and \ A:1 fit:rit d n1.t sn,..- .t ru.:
feather. women arne renia r'hlyv handscne
"Ma," he said as cake was being blonds.-Ohio State Jonrual.
handed round, "may I have some
tongue, please?" Thlors and the Peaches.
"There ian't any tongue, Bobby." Earon Pierre do Cobt: rti, in an ar-
"That's funny," commented Bobby. tic on "R lists and Republicans,"
"I heard pa say there would be lots of in The Century, relitts the following,
It "'-Strand Magazine. anecdote: M TLie:rs had never lived at
-.....- - -. the Elysee, the s,.at of government dur-
American iron and steel selling in ing his presidency having been at Ver-
England, American plates In Wales and sailc-s, but bisrecr,-ptions had remained
slow American butter in Australia.- legendary. Ho retained in official life
Chicago JournaL all his Ltourgotns habits. Jules Simon,
with that delicate raillery, gentle and
-Totter, Salt-Rheum and Eczema. inimitable, whir-h gavo character to his
The intense itchingand smartinginci- 1most insignif.uant aayoeit.s. was tell-
dent to these diseases is instantly allayed;in meg i oday how at a
by applying Chamberlatn's Eye and l arg breakfast, had drawn toward him
Skin Ointment. Many f6ry bad cases a fruir dish whih ornamented the
have been permanently cured by it. It middle of the table, and in which wero
is equally efficient for itching piles and some choice peach'.A. and had lnr..i.c.1
a favorite remedy for sore nipples; to sever onu chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites i neighbor, balll I give you half of my
and chronic sore eyes. 25 ots. per box. p.ac!I?" Aine. Thiers had been looking
Dr. Cady's Condition Poders, are at the ,pach with an indignant air. "I
just what a horse needs when in bad thought.' Kiid Jules Simon, that sltn
condition. Tonic, blood purifier and wts angry with her husband for n.-t
vermifnge. They are not food but having known vnouiu;h to wait for thl, j
medicine and the best in use to put a servants to p:t,-s the fruit, but that wasv-
korse in prime condition Price 25 not the troul.lc. Kot able to contain:
cents per package- hcx&-rslf l.i;cer, she e,:ri .;Ald, "'t,, I
For sale Iyv L. M. Ware & Co si ..An- min. anji, r h.:, peachesareo i,, dinner!'"
Etr"ws Blay avid Baybead an d ll eir-iuedi,. it And duilIt !v I Io prosideut restored thio
<*ftl)ar-q t...^ t .,. ri i- r.. i utA,i

ptay 1 , in i-si 'o to i--. :r that:,t it '..--. ...- - -.
is qit. aI'.. it-'li P .l-. :.r :4.s N-u !'i :'e --- N,
Sh ,. '. :. i -V-.'.~ . ,n i.r . . 1 .
1 '. t' .i. t dt, h rd 1 .t-!1 t ..i
iS .v y ,-:. ... .. ia i i ;.'t::i l Ii. .it,,.Js l ls. n ; "
fu tr-":i : rc, h- -tr ,:s i.. n '- 't.. '. i
t U :l ,, it.: t -t. .alc.',.ui;hiug as v,.:ll .V n, r iI1 '- I I Lf r, i..iel_

e trywhui'r'h g t h e itr s they aLtrate .. .---
ican stay at lhinl, with all'their ad- 1
ruiration for thLu nusi. the I-ic-nis
brought to th:-n., gi.t'l se:ta'rly an T, VE
idea of how, fat the M,-xi,.aus w-: to be l S.. '
clvse a L-.s a iu-ii;nial p',:p'-"'e. TL T y up- , \V ~ i,,iY [ la'a-v i'
po-..!. v,-ry nnt:raliy, that th-_ finurs t .,-n': n ith
regitiment band a.nl the ty;. J c- i. lit 1 t
chestra comprisrd tl!t. 1 r ...t -11, il t
that BLSl ii. -J h..,J to r.u:1 al-r .-, th '.; "' I '' I '
th' y ftl'.v rn: -itr :-,."ft,: llthe r, iin .,:l ,_n t- ;i 'i r .f,- ,'.' r? /'
cou ir l il t tty -.- i.y -
co itsi.dor.. dlr' igi sina the-l:. I wheun-..< r ,',' j l t ul't1 *tl'l
th.-y came. r-- _
Svirh.t iiu-]rrl us. or.') Q "k'i ly di .p;il- -
led in M ctxi,-... 'ft'in iv-..51., ,: ;.',..rt:s ..- ^ .A.li oP
in the Zvui-alo, t. Al: .'.. mia the
Pasct.o. in th, e Cz it :!1, :o u t, :- r:' -r in Aunother o01'galu i
thI, l.Asti wnhtu t.: ?l.v xi: v:a r O jr'-rt- 'i' : 2
:: "i In]'I I',-tj
mn ,t ant. ,ne :,f tLh 2.Llitary b ^l.' .f -;: k,.'r c..,l:-lh'i' ,";
ov n tb,: t tr i.f t! .n, I avc if a -se ,' :,,i., ai ',!., i r,-i,'
for a tonr iu t!-..- Unit...l t' t;,tis. A1nd -' ni 'lu i t jiit er'
for the oihl.r c it--; L. r th,*- r. ;oiil lic, ev( ., .., ;j.\: -I .ac
sin-h ctmil r.r,.t tiv...', i-..hl.t ., tv.n .la i. V ; iat f.L lit.'' ai'.n in
Ju.til na, PF .I :1 .', (;.L :.d i Tf l. ,, '. hi. .. .!;Inu fiuit t,',i,-:s. g
huahna. iM r.-.i .- 1 1. ..i-. h. L:i, --]ih .i I al- itii 4.I
has at 1,.. r r.rn- Li'li-.;rv nI thm !' a t i\ o i tit- n-'sir
w would l I IT t- c1'rvy ,,i' the itu,,'-, I ,' .,i il t'ov
in any -e,-; I, i:ion with the uiil :-"v
bands of A..v-ri a.--A.rt'a- Hoi\\ar.d .-.- r"-' -"
Noll in Lin.inoaitt. L 't

'Why a Swr.'ifrin roll.-ms i tIlo. :
The swllitn7 1 ii::h, fllows firoium a
bl:,xV is n:r.ttir 's (.7 r t-, ritrt-t the
part from i: t',r ii-,. ;' ::, ,'t-t t :i,-;. it
a.r rt -t \hibw rh1 I a :"'t -' 0 .i (at. \V'iet: .--". -, -
actulally takus plau at the seat ot in- ;;,., '
jury is not even now .i',tin o-.i'r.. t<.ot. f
The' inuj ry to the smaller I.c. vd vessels
iui-:i-cr,.. with tt i i-;.,v :, blood thrii'u '
thIn i' an d th,- w -i; '- r i.c]. s, .:it:i '.' ' '
pui't: o'f it- .* -- ..: 1n ..* ,;' !.nrt, of 'i '" .:. .'
p:1 t I th ::.o, u, t .._ .. ... .. f .
the ti h-cuiod, ca ". it n t i .,-: L t'!, j Li-.'. l. '-
ti._,'.:s. A t ti;.- ..- ::.: tim- th.- b >1-t d ., '
re -,'s-. ]: int the I i i: kI....rn 1 .il '_, 1:; t ,1
th-- iicr.-r -a 1 n r f 1.1 u it i i h (Lo I
thb,:r, ao hfia.r obi tru, tr.l iu ri.t-LSCS thb "

It i ,; i ,r..vL e t:.:-t Th' C \..,1:- r - --- --
ck :s. ,. t' i i,';.u _.. '.: ';, th.. ti:,-if-s to I, -"r.. - a .
n-'Ai' t iL. th ..-:,'r a'_ i.- z nain s j .
s:mnil t at al in uvtly i'" th,.:ir st yr-h.-: ,
but w-ith tii ; dif..i .n:, lthait th. 'rbii- ..
stance of theu 'in .'pi: l.' i. prub.bl.'y: cOtn '
vorted into th,, tissue of re pair. From ,is l
one point of view the human- hi y is- L Ji -
only one g" nti c colony of inulivi.ials m1 I
and the swelling that follows iujVry L
but the rush of these to repair the 4
breach.-Philadelphia Thu:s. -

1i3 Uji9.'? AD enD-3)-
Japanese Sarcasm. tV1%A 9
The growth of Christianity among ;....\ Ti.
the Japanese is not without cj p;.ritv, i-.. I .,-, -.. ... ',
The Y(.ro'lzu Choho, TI.L-yo, says: "La '" '
the long history of Christendom :. ',.. -.
know of not a single case of a country .- ';""' '. n+..
saved by it. With MI,'iitsnniua's Mexico
and the incas' Peruvian empire the -
course of Christendomu was absorption, --i.:- -
destruction, annihilation. It has killed .',.- -*--,-.. .-
India, politically at least. It has ktillid .i*-
Burma and Annm. It has killed .- 1 'i --.-
waii, after keeping it alive somo 40 .
yutrs. It !,as knilcd Mad.igR-.iedr and it M- .- ,'i' ''. 50 P2 S
will yvt kill Albysiinia, Egyp 2t'ud Ma- --. .
roc-n:o. W-hat c,.urity hiL 1%we th:.t -. -
C;hri-teInd m v.'ill uot k-i-' tna, Korea i "'Y- -
and evten J.up.ui, if thibt- vSrunity' of- - ,''-
fers? Christeudom 4(I s destructive
work not dtlly biy..4S Lnd bayonotas, ..-":'
but by meaiis cl. n i formidable. It .. -.. ., .;
kills nour-Cluri-tirti i countries by its .
rnm s d and whiskies ilud by its foul dis-

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!i,,,. ,. A. l; l.' ;(O 'V,, laite o President
(--'.intl i. of Appeals, Deuver, ColI.;
4. ,. L i ;l'' FF, late TreasurIer Ly-
,. ] i ,' la. in t '.' illI: i. ;..- r, P entn.;
I.. ',L 1i' .. i ,ltYYA N, President Chesa-
i, Ike atnd Potomac Telephone Co.,
% % .- i: f. Pi. D. C.;
:i. 1! C. FISHER, 1,321 lMichigan av.,
... i. A. HUFF IAN, Detroit. Mich.:
-... 3. SWIFT, Attorney at, Law, Fall!
I!i .:r, Mass.;
n.-' ..Mu W. ICOTT, Deputy Collector,
i' ,lar Rapids, Iowa; I
F M. F. M,.i NlIHl', Attorney at Law,
L;:.ind Rapids, Mich.
ThI Iu'I l ,II I t li-t Al:i.-ka-KI _inlh II:
; !i 2n llli lig ('oni n i n i ll I .. i r: n
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r tiig W Acrm's.in ..-xllhlr, l uPor-

a pin. ?eR "n, i a. I l*.i .r 'Clvi':.,
A-r,: ..iig 4St0 AIvAes., on the Tanaha
IL V.. paiiu ni g froehtv$n I' 4 .f.) v Yard.
A Fine ;iGod tQarti L.iJ in.ALiaIl;n,
tin .ti asss.. f rulni $15 o I f5)U -.r I toin.
I lIV I-1, l 0 l ) aIU A ll 0.lirtltis iJ l t:I;l u[r l
i',i'- m iliiing ur vvin ial s riirt.t ce luil-!!
t ru '- l'eI.'l tlhicl.; Oil ti s )ir..petI iiia\.
li.Li t ,e b.p l i. t 1, itS 1,f Il t,.,.i hIV ;.m
t-nt, .1qnl.tiln 1 211t': res. W t. ih,,N 'T CL _iM
Ir 1r i i I llTHFEl: L .,ii, BIT W K rIN KNt-V.' I I
I n n .iV F.. 'aL L V: r ,tfL is '"r'rriL. VA|.-
I u:e m.-- i':i t,.' "t h .s' at?-ine al;o e ; 1i '
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.i ii l Si i Sll iel lit il, Ili .1,dJ lit
%. I J vidJ a'i.r.' .1 y lv 'l c idi niiV.
'I hii' Ccompany having acquired exten-
-; i.. Ii.,h>iv of rich t.1.,L r and gold
,i it iAz properties, capable of citaring
S dividends on its -i,-i.k, offers to in-
ti..ii advantages that insure large and
mi til 'le retu us.
.'.lI George W. Morgan, our superin-
ri.'i.-t, has been on.. tin Ykon for the
n ..1r ',"'l. ing in the interest of this
.:,,ll,.il, tl i .-:lOi :-, we are not ai. liin.
.iL -.e to ct lilil,' tt, to a ;,i ,jf.'Ct un-
1 nml.1, lbut to one tli.rr.igily matured.
ih c ionp:iny, with its able aids, exten-
-i11 !i0i.,al.d-'. and great resources, is
:k izt.Hi i r .i, rrin.. one of the richest com-
i nhi.-. ienr.tiing iii Alaska.
*.' i pit-i-il-riit lakes pleasure in refer-
r; -n vou to the following list of references:
J.i-. l. Dcwey, M1ila & Co., Bankers,
| i.;t, M ich.
L-,is C. T tard, C..lnivnis,-irmcr Wold's.
li h ihafroth, Representative to Con-
"* ; C h l o r a o "
4 1 o. ell, 0.:rv t?!.l.,iveto Cingrvtms.
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C-'. U. ul n uti it, .,.lii,rt.l.n Tru- At C ..
l nl i Uln!].! ., \I.t-h i -t,.n, 1). ('.
J ... i C II. lIl, .- linf Justiee of
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I,. J!ill.. ;:hl .il, T,..x a ,. nt M .I'. l.l. ..
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.. ii.'knit-ad stockk is now offered at
TiN OLIZIAS per Share. Send your
orders to the

Ala.lk a-Kln i GolN ihini Co.
nt,. .,; \Mi-L-\ALV AY.N EW YORK.

Raising Chickens.
Little Girl-Mrs. Brown, ma wants
to know if she could borrow a dozeu of
etr-gs She wants to put 'ema under a
N,.-! .llhb.r--So you've got a hen set-
tilng, have you? I didn't know you kept
h vz-. '
Li -. Girl--{ho, ma'am, we don't,
I b 'ur t' .,;S'itl 's going to ltlAd us a
h. n tL.t'.' pging to set, an t',a thought
if v,.'di lend us soeu e; s we d find a
_. st oursalves.-LHousehold Words.

T.;: '.. A rti .
'-'rIhaps the most i' rnmirkabte art ex-
ti i tho-- . i.nI ., r,,i i- I natics
i ih.: \ tih-Ev'iard ; ; i i Parna.

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t ,uut ii iii i.jt,v p.. i 'c t.ci product
(I,._LC.g the lIst f W 9-. ;' y t.s b riadeiived
t ..i, -itj,! t4f lurmal nE i:s foruier sig-

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0r 1 th'net V' rite for Circtular--Pla Partlehlars. Tl,-'.t'S(..N.

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Losses, Syringes;


SJ, K ESTER, Drulgzist.


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SaLisbury Lumber Company's Mill,
Two F.iles East of St. Andrews, are ni" i,.,'r.,e t,. Itrinil fi rt-clfn .

Either Rough or Dressed,
IN ANY Qr.AN.'ITY AT A:l.\ S)N.\BII' I'(ICEi .
1'HJ.I(3l .,N &.. .IJ)-IN N. PN,,N 'n:a,,:,. alit is..an, Floriri.

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PENSMOOLA, Fla. ijj 'it\l ;nitinW ."rI u, Unin D.iof,
IsthePiace for Passengers Coing to and from

Rooms Comfortable! Terms Reasonable!

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=DM.4 .a 4e a 1 erfar-
hbe ['s;bscrip!ion Price of D oril Otes S
D IE 31 l F E T is a 4mily
t rcrdnced to S 00 a Year. 19a azine.

DEMORESTSI Demoroet's Family Maglazin'it-' in.re tilan a Fmn,.in,
'AP Y \I i i .:-': althn -. t i git tii Vln i -vl tte.-t honi- and for-
_MACAZINE i a.-Ini.-. a ti'l ni,,nitnth: ihi- is .ii.' ol- of it, many val.
sahm- fi itirn.,-. 11 ihi.,-. saii, hiiini1 f,-'r eat.'C i iiiem bern of the
ii >.iiy. nL < :. 'ji.part.nil.L t I the ihuitn;inld. and it va'
S.ntnt.! alt i f fl i t ivade. inikin. it pr'c-Sni'
,, ,t'. y. fle I anl. ;a< zine of h iW llJ It fur-
,i\'.'l ,fi' -. 1 tt'IV-. i' " I ditt, r,.1.l. 3.a Of the ili es
,'.*-r'vtini ,A;--Art,* Litherate ,-,.jtiei Society Afflirs,
1* I lion, .,1-in.)l-Ii Mninlt.-r-, Si,,-I.it- A, tk- I ia- singIe numberI

Dir,.MOI-I,.T'S ITA'ZiAL Iia L.ahY..
1cU' T 1

that. COltriiltl in any otlrt4%afl,'titrrf ,
Sabsrmbuhrs ae n titled at ithit t' w
mIilb i'b attire, at no o)st ) t9 tlt ti" o-t br 1i..t little I l 'tt w_. PliW -'
ping. "," '"
ISTO E3 TTflr C h CIZ,'AS C -
than a year's subsc-riptiou to I)EMFOLALT'\L S X AZIfNI,:. fit 'madle. By
ui b ribti ,g at oce yjou ca' avail tN I'f of .i-l1B[nOY'.) S liiboral ilbbilgofferl
:and bi-sides lge tt.iir the- magazine r it it ri., r'..due4d, pis-H'., got the handisofe W50
.X.-mii nii ib,-r wit ii ita ) ,I, tif? l i pant l [,tirptmc i{ln> eimn tl.
Great Special Clubbing Offer for Prompt Subscriptions.

Oaly Il for^r^lrw^Q and
011 De miecorest's Eamily Magazine.
S'I.l your slub.' crilt!iulls to I.this (,tice at o.nc0 i and remeriuber the only tae'ms ire
$.i.'75 Se n nil one 1 Tin' fi' Both i ub ientions,

Our Clubbing List.
The BUOY has made very liberal club-
bing arrangements with a few of the v,'r.;
best publications in the'country and for
the present can send for a hltitle y,.tr
The BUOY aind
I,-slio's TIlus! rated W eekly for... ."{.fill
D ,l. ,r. ,,.-t'" M. :i'- im ........... 1 I!
T h' Fi..i ; li i' : 7. d .i i l I-r. ... 7 1il
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f.nt ii .r andil t' iil i i .'
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d.Ic :lul' ., 3. 5, lh "' "- "*5
Fain Journil, .Phil.id'.I, r ilnthlly I I oI
C i nll.'ill allti E lli|il rtl I. ic n'e. t'k
l ar -:e rpa'.i e'In i-'b-ii . 1. 741
Atl!niu t :> ,i.'-- t it ioi .i.tl. 70l
N. WVoirl i lri A j i -in % . I 75
Fr .:ii i r iil h i.r f tint- :il...\. puil liic
tirii1s ii1, .',iii .I.'nn, I a I ith ln Il;h L 'JY, a d-
i" ill .ii,l,.- I.n THE IL (Y.
St. A\ 11n r. i-\ Flu.
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(I. W. SURlilR. SR., l-Propl.,
ST. ANDR IV., i L'., ['i.
--Breeder of Fure-

Eggs for etiug, t

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SA. I IRl.
$1 for Fifteen



Gilt EdT Barain f[r mSOIno! S!
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L;r,i|e ',ineP, alnil in l,,ay ingu Is l I n! mv, n
.d..on wil I.. sld ,.r a it

Ga p ii lpro I'Ii ll Ihl -il -t ;i i' r l
,l 1 or. iiinomi ng i. .l r.h I *.-l '. ,* :,,.4 :i ,1
tnL ch. l .L lm i., I I n ,i rti I .. ,' .

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Fellow Fever r
brued in the howls. Kill them and yotl
are safe from the awful disease. Cas-
icai"ts dest roy the germ throughout the
-ystemu and make it impossible. for new
onif.. to form. Ciseia'ots are t-he otAry
'eliahlc, safeguard for Youwr anti old
again-.t YVttlw Jack. Ilt, 25c, and 50c:
all druggists.

Geo. S. Hacker & Son,



Sasli, Uoors, Blinds,

Building 7laterial.
Sindow and Fancy Glass a

-vear lillt f fr'.il- Bestair
a ar itj ti n Youthfi Oor.
oWt- cA ap dnar. i at hair Jailing.

ircr o 1i 11,0,' l kii ii g .iafi
'.- llts in fail ur, and omq-
"**.cai v .I n Alch" i. never
CIuor 1.-it -,.' t, ( e thing
1,1 V1iii'i'z t m citeh; Ihat's

ctro- Silicon
eFamous Silver Polish,
er.e ;is ii flier like it. e tr\V
hr'r, tlu|kee rs use t. A trial
which is i -nt 3,
. wti'r. Then ilih eyet of
- r'T r.:rc is i atA i' 'imply
ti.'-e ? 'n a pu,.lI vi-rd to

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.. Bank (.'ashier Tells Wlhy ite anl.
Government Should Estab- iles,
... .. lish Them.
AY HEAD FLA C w. Twining, cashier of the 1beivI
BAY HEA FL First national bank of Monroe, Wis., erco
hias written an article on postal say-
; mf l TlH 0 r ings banks which is attracting some r
IJ. ll" ~attention. Mr. Twining says: r
U') IA savings bank pure and simple is liar
a ili 1 1 fi f n ve
ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH an institution that should be found birds,
in every comniiunity. The ideal way tiles
Rough and Dressed Lumbar of All Grades. of organizing and niaaging a pure tiles
savings bank would be under private
enterprise, with a rigid and effective been
THE PATRONAGE OF THE PUBLIC SOLICITED government supervision. As a pri- new.
S oren s d n vate enterprise, each community snak
woum a receive the benefits o: the cir- snak
I cu.inistances under which it is sittiat- an.
A .t -h e 0 1c_ P etl. Depositors, where rates are high 1ils
wLA .'t ti 4e 0X 10MI JW L as well as safe, ,iould receive a great-
__ _____ er rate of interest for their savings Conn
thall where rates were ]w. 1 ,r 01
gBivernment schntic thlie ritos w\vn1d IF
o V it ON lnecesst ii'y le level the Unitedl Sittes tie ii
over, pri.,lably not to exceed *2 ier tile ',
..... c. e--i.-- But the f1 t'fet Itfi w n a l .-
Has removed his new and extensive stock stitution at thi., iumt. cannot be made e
to pay from an investment point of due-.
I view deprives the citizens of the thirc
O U ERALIA I greater part of the United States of list.

Back to his old stand, the Peoples' Store, at In a pure savings bank where the
PI TSBURG, ON EAST BAY absolute safety of thie depositor is the So
1 JTS-BU-RG," O 1 maBAY in feature, the expense of manage- .,.t1

Where he invites all old friends and the pur- er t be reduced to a minimumni, ,la,
as the funds deposited cannot be ,lilt i
chasing public to call and used with entire safety it a greater whic
EXAMINE O AI rate than 3 or 4 per cent and in many ia.v..
JS STO C A D PR E cases less than this. Such institu- g.,il,

Before Purchasing Elsewhere. All kinds of tions iu"st be managed by a board of minl;
D director-, the mnmbors of which do- ,,pcd
COUNTRY PRODUCE bought and sold. nate their services, the executive of- ..l,
Sa s h r Pic f ficer or officers and clerks being the ,c.r .
Pays the lfOhest Price for green Salted ,only ones paid for their work. If a ilig ,
A UL G A T 0 R HI E II pure sayings bank cannot be made to l i.se
pay as a business investment private ineiti
." capital and brains will not be put in- whic
n Off A B to it and the result is thousands of appl
fI IBm* en, women and children have no favy
I -" Bplaces to put their small savings e..h,
S L where they can receive a return for wa
them and at tlio same time feel their act i
11111 'Ly is arb i olutely safe. tzor :

Y'o Can't AR0r4 to iss This CLhancols "
.the gy'rnmnont to establish a postal age
Having Purchase.l tlie Stock of Goolds in the Store at havingR bank under such laws and duri
regulations as will il.nsure safety of wii
3L= A^ ^L- JE IP -th. .2 X :lie funds, anid a Bure, if small return main
as iitereost to the depositor. The are If
I. i M iig .- Addiutiois Thereto and P opose to benefit to tho depositors inl such a a- .r

iT would uti f'them rinpidly to a i.e due
"w 7 W .-- 2 economicall and thrifty niannor 'if buav
living; it tw1utl create an interest ini turo
go-verunient affairs; it would lie of ilnii

trade, where cash 1-avinents are deo- spe

ll Treat Every Clustmomr Alite an GCorteoasly. sirble, as pole wold ha e fui
available carhl to give lor necessaries flav
Call and See My Coods and Cet My Prices. and Ii ss incentive to'spend it frivo- be
W H l A h lously and for luxuries. The man- anc
"I ^^ agemnent of sKich a bank should be
w f n A E K E L AF Labsolutely ap)art from politics, so
that confidence in its management "
would not be shaken by any political "T
excitement or change. If the ques- t.
S AND REW S AY tion of savings bank or no savings le
Te A N D bank were to be voted on by the peo- fall
S, .. ple the mnajoritvy in its favor would be
m: overwhelming.

ioluas Island. I w
Scientific American. tot h
A so c iiio n ,v,,,When the wo Id is fast becoming '.wl
S*all mapued, and labeled anide- hi
scribed, and geologized and botan- ot,
ized, it in refreshing to learn that od
ORGANTZED JAN1UARY. 9. 1892. there are still a few miles of little boe

known ground. Christmas Island, the
ST purpose of this Association is to Improve the Country adjacent to St about 200 miles south of the western ma
:Andrews Bay and to end of Java, thile nearest land, from wh
Develop its Resources as a Fruit-Growing Couinhry. which it is separated by an ocean o.,
To accomplish this the Association proprrses to Sell Lands in tractsof Two- about four miles deep. is one of thi ,,,b
S and-a-hallf and FiveAcres to snuch pa-rrti, unly a; .-HI ir rv'e them by the isolated spots on the earth that ha- in
Erection of Houses. Fences a nJd sii' .iPerii nr nt Im:pru vemmen t ,it will ,ii inh the remained fp ractlially uninhi abitedl b\ u
value of each tract so disposed of, andi particuli'rlY to nian. It has now a small pli ill l
Plant them out in Trees, Plants and Vines, being 22 persons, co tg
numbering 22 persons, co-minsting ol
To the end that in the shortest practicable time every sub-h tract shall 1he a Mr. Audrew Ross, who is the on1y
Source of Revenue to its Owner. European, his family, and about a
As TO RELIABILITY OF THE ASSOCIATION (lozenl labo:ers from Keeling-Cocos of
The first question wh;ch will naturally be asked will be: "Is this Asso- Islands, says the London Times. Mr wo
elation reliable"? And the answer to it is: Any person employing the Association Ross, however, has only once pene- .,
to make improvements may deposit an approximate payment of the estimated cost of treated to the further side of the isl-
the same with any responsible business man or firm doing business on the Bay or in Sit
tiank at their own home to be paid over only when the Association shall satisfacto- and, the journey taking three day. Ii
rily show that the improvements have been made according to agreement. e the island is about twelve miles o.' i
The Association will not only improve and plant, b)ut watch and care for (e seve is boad tl il o "
ait property entrusted to its keeping.guarding against forest fires, dishonest pilferers and seven miles broad). Now, how- .
for damages from any caluse possible to he prevented. ever, the island is to be used by the
From a careful estimate of the 1probh.hle expense and income of a fruit Christmas Island Phosphate compa- E
plantation in the St. Andrews Bay country a few figures are given:
P'ice of .ano pet acrA, say $.5 to $50; cost ot' clearing, say $20; *ost of planting 1st ny, and a working party is now on
Syear, say $30; cost of cultivation each year lhtireafter,$20 its way there. Hence it is of pecu- st:i
It in not ertravagan: to estimate that a 1-acre vineyard will on the third
year, if properly cultivated, yield $1i00 worth of fruit and of peaches nearly or quite liar importance that a scientific ex. tLh
the same, while figs should do even hotter than that. Then, though perhaps a little ploration should be undertaken to g>
longer, some of them, in coming into profital-le hearing may be named pears, apricots, obtain all aecirate account of the nt alui
nectarines. plums, prunes, mulberries. olive., Japan persimmons almonds. English
wl. nuts, Japai. chestnuts, pecans, and ,kfany other varieties of fruits and nuns. which live fanna and flora before they are wh
are almost certain to flourish here; while oranges and citrus fruits, though not con- displaced by introduced foil-ms of life. wil
sidered certain yieldlarge returns oftener thnn they miss .
The Secretary of the Aasoldiation will give particular attention to an- Dr. John Murray of Edinburgh, has I""
swering letters of inquiry, and the Btov will in its answers to correspondents an- offered to the trustees of the British gr,
iV*. ewer all questions asked it.
wR E M EM B E R the .A.ociation Lands will be sold on Easy Museum to delray the expenses of mu
Termra of Pavyment: but improvements must be paid for as satisfactory proof is given sending out a naturalist to collect Th'
hat ihie work has luen performed. C 0 RRESPO ND ENCE S OLIC ITE D. everything indigenous to the island I,
Address R. E. HOWARD, Sec.
I;arri.,on. Fla. and to present tl:e specimens to the F I
: Sli3ieurm, if the trustees will allow I l
-N lr,- r "pTIAI A=I Me o.ne- of Otcir officers to go out. The :0a
[A LO -I. FR EEf 1!TRIAL -A i'tr e', iave .ce ,inlvdispatc.l.d
S- J)IMS B h bo u de.e a -o ecay,n ervous debility tit' e l i ligc dispau
E h Qetion ink and Book f~ e. CAl' ad losvitlity snt tree for 12 ova ts .. r I 1r 1 .. .. f. . I 1 1 l;




V ,eibf i ntc-rested should in-
at lear.t 11 other person to add
name .9 BUOY's subscription

elopi 01 r IFrit Flavors.
T d, e exv, I I -i.
Tn V r i l ster. lin. an, l l'1z-
\e 'e\ l.ll ve bi'eli olsl iiri',l 'I t
in Alii 1 iii.i u li nl i l.\ II : .l1l
fi <>t k. 1 u '1 V ti t Lt .-I

I l Ai LLnet ole t lvie of 'li t i t d el-
. T 1'i li, y ifeilIiiig i ult Aer-
e tred 7 lave ill a te ll r fif h en
e*lit solution it sugar and adi[-
Spur yeast, wlicli by it ild gavel
to no. nifrkedr t ia-or, aftei fer-
;eti i. a liquid was obtained
Ii linl, a strong odor of pear oi
le ileAopatively and an excellent'
i. anld on distillation gave an al-
lie distillate il which this aroma
till iure marked Vine la\ei e
ni a hi iil:ar miianier, anid lthe an-
suggatts that it may bo po.-.siblej
nprov thl e fu'ior of aI p e.r .inlt-
by t li addition of secme leaves
ig fe mientatio It is1 n to--
y li itilt the results are far more
Ied lien theli lea\eo' te ploye
'11111 trees on lwhichI theO Iruit is
il tli i lJ l i'.iv.rK" o f hir it t a
In chig maturity. Tho a tholl-
" ti I hi lairath i ts in1.s
ok us. sit. ly of a gliu ,s,,iilall ia-
, whivi is not transforrel to tho
ti tn I thl lattL r alppproiach ala-
iy, aii .t the i, aLtei u1,pin by thli
cial faciienti contained in the
t ii.: l anddevelops distinctive
ors. 'he matter would appear tsj
Of coii'li'cable practical import-
e. .,

hen t) Dig Sweet Potatoes.
ther.n op ir.li.l.
e ar.s ; I heard a farmer say:
Shave i~te't potatoes keep well
v NIi ,I h, dlnug when the sap in
'tu--r. wi!l dry white Last
I lei'enilb'Old lis saying. 1
I].i taken a tPotato from my Ipatch
sh it, heak1 off the end an'd lay it
the in miill'e. If tihe sap was dalk
,,ilt i.it a few days and try an-
er as I. f're, until I found a time
en thie would dry white, then
1 them dug. I have never kept
,toil, a? well, although my mueth-
of l;.' rnii them 'was the same as
ore. I as been said tlat when
Ssap i,,'' freely the potato is im-
ture. I~'lt on the 9th of April,
en I ri1'-'' potatoes, thie sap
7ed as I.' ly as when new. it has
in ,,r 1~0.-i.,i t lhlt th tii r1 lemain
I ,.W, ii n ti'l I roi- ; lbut il tihe
uIC I .-lI. t'.t t10hem1 atsI t 'g as 1
i vin'ed tihe
I \-ill % u l e w' lien i lil- potato

T'he 1i 0e I',1o1 a corr'esIposnent
th e actlical Farner is well
rtiy tlial by all growers of
.*et l,l tole i I tlh s,, h, a11nd we
gt I al growers before digging
hie i nlggt's-lonl1 luclked away
i a., .r corner it their Inimids foi

Inglis Walnutts for Florida.
A ,recit ws1cial from Washington
icuaih t S -iert1 ry wilson has a
l Ay tL t Engli.-l walnuts can be
>rny ilj ay of tlhe southern states,
i iLt th1 tlvtcts will thrive any-
ree MO 'uth of \Vashington. He
I1 acc, rdingly enter at once upon a
lhev f thie enicourageileint of the
iwtl I ht that mist luscious nut, >
tch ill Ilen:ali'I all over tlie wortl.
Iis iIl is iort i y of the careful
tough Ind action of land-owners iu
Sntia for it c(StiS nothing to raiso
i t alter the trees are once

Il'. ,' itrrient lines of diiveisifica-
.. . Ile ,it.Ile ,of the bouthi, wii, le

ar. i prr.-cedby circular rub-
1 iox-.i~1 p.--iAltvfor cy-
ell n (:. 'iI P I r c. A rg -i riant.

$100.00 s

Given Away

Every Month
to the person submrntin. <1e i
f ot tmoritorioun in'eutiou
during tha p;rcc-rn m ,ilu,,1
L 0 uOLject of this offer Is to e:- .
courage peiorofl olf an iihi.nt-4
l e turn of mii At the
sm samneiWo we vi'J., t) impress
the fact tha : :
It's the Simple,
0 Trivial Inventions '
That Yield Fortune. '
-such as DeI l onrig'q Hook
an.d E'. e. ?.- that litiip,
* "'b~~-afet-i Pi." "- P in LO-
ver." "'Air Brakt-." elt.. "
Alinr.-ut vcry onti c,:.n-oeives qo
a irli t i.-a ati *ms i5.3io or ip
othLr. Why not pur nt in prac- as
tical use? Yutl ldt l'niits may ^
lie in this direction. May 1,
S make youur t'ortune. Why not w,
try? :: :: :: :: f
g l 'Write for further information and *
r mention this paper.
s. Philip W. AvIrett, Gei. Mar.,
618 F Street, Northwest, -
44 W'The responsibility of this company M
44 may te julgoi by the fact that its *o
s stock is tel i by over one thousand
0 or the leading uewcrapers in the
Ult ited tae.
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t.) n t ko an ;halnn',l
x i i h ,,t ii) >.1l i lihe i.i
is aliiiou lii) .squai e-
)c-t point being about
uet, so that a consider-
temperature and oth-
mcucr. The fauna as
is remarkable for the
,urtiin of spc.ie., pecu-
id. Thus three of the
ainini s, all the land
I five land rep-
c1. OIf insects, out of
o species that have
'd, twenty-three were
respect the island is
re are no wild animals,
r creatures inimical to
Stlie island is covered
At growl '. in which or-
r epilipyl.; are very
it i, pr,-banlijl that not
flora is yet known.
iv anxiety to promote
'ashin.tonu ouLInty aind
Bay country andi] ice
scrilbcr to the BuoY.
7, ac nc~im -nei, i"

:it tcil iln I' sinile [r'' T li. ,

ll.lVe lhil lig lht ia lf I. i ,; ti, i
ernntlilit as. a _means to thle hi4hlit
development of tihe agricultural ,.,'i-
sibilities of all sections.
English and American Wheels.
People who have had occasion to com-
pare American bicycles with those of
British make are at once impressed with
the striking differences between the
two. These differences are all in the
line of greater strength in the foreign
wheels. This, of course, also implies
more weight and clumsiness, but it is
better suited to the harder use to which
English machines are subjected. Steel
rims, for instance, are more common
there than those of wood, which are
now almost universally seen in this
country. The brakes, too, instead of be-
ing small, light affairs, like ours, are
made for hard service, and are usually
rubber lined. The saddles are large and
springy, comfort never being sacrificed
to weight considerations. Perhaps the
most noticeable difference of all is in
the mud guards, which are desisged for
true IEritish weather. They are of am-
ple size and shape and are generally
madniE of celluloid or steel. Riders in
Eu;.landti ake little account of the&
weathir. being accustomed not only to
pciali-:- al.:ig in mud, but --even in a

BiUanna Vista Avw anl Dral St
St. Andrews, Fla.
House anmi Ae<',im1.iid.lation First
(.'la: in I'.'-v rv r .si,,.t.

Is prepared to cut
and deliver them at reasonable rates.
If you need labor with team call upon


Of St. Anllrm
and the
Bay Country.

\e have made arrangements by
which we, can furnish this fine MAP
covering about eighteen miles square
of territory, including the Cincinnati
Company's Tract, also Harrison,
Parker, Cromanton, and adjacent
country, for
Or given for 5 cAih yearly subscriptions.
By the aid of this map the location of
lands purchased of the Cincinnati
Company can be easily ascertained,
or, parties may -..,l us $1 and their
,lc-..-ription and we. will i.,cate tho.iu
I,,1t .i l 1 11t1 in the .M ap b.1 man il.
Address THE tucoY,
St. Andrews, Fla.
For 5 cash subscribers, we will give as
a premium, I Sectional Map of the Bay
country, or 1 Map of the City of St. An-
urewa. Either man sold sing.ly-$1

A 1 AP

Of the Citv Of St. Andlron
Gotten up with g;-3at care by the
publisher, wlhi has pared no pains
to prepare for the public a map of
St. Andrews as it really is. It shows
Extending eastward kern Dyer's
Point, taking in the Old Town site of
St. Andrews, and gives location of
public business places, private resi-
dences, docks, etc., also every lot in
each block and the adjoining addi-
tion to the Cincinnati Company's
land, with a full description of the
- same.
The Map will show owners of lots
i cityy just where they are lo-
cak',4-inl is of \alue to those think-
tgin ug I1Ving pr ,,,irty.
SiZ(cf YfMap 30x50 Inches.
Tl' 1,0 loY will soul this map to any
,,. (,n tlie i'ti-ipt of


s tor

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A Full ine of aClle aOdS


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Double Acting *Force Pump,


l* i

Thi _s the inties': anld monlt 'complete
Hand ow for- '..: L:iis-' plaii!, in the ,a -i'i-n. It
Sis eS{--idj,- -i!l'.! -': t!O v.'eie.ht, tin- hloo'k to
liih i 1.1. i i ,ttzi irh l ic !- it in the
S "'- rOLii] a, .it l t I .'i, 0 th of lriv. in- is regi-ulated
.V liftiil..- thi, h ol.--. A boy or girl) of ter.
ais ),hri Vii it vilh 0 ,,orffk-t ease. It has a
.:4-inch stec! wi.: l, the h(ight of which makes
i he p1) ,w li.h.t of draft. It ha's five blad: is I is
^ 'ti ,i,,..' 2], 0,:hovcl, 3 a sweepor weeding
t:, e. 44 an bull-tonvue, 'a. rake. "Wrcnch
wirh I -a, i ,. .
We hbav rc mirl arrangements b3
s ',-' niLh tnhiL 1 lowsat
ILI 117 in, ;it i'vy price, w$.'l.^ W buli

it. ~ii -

r', i, l' its. st n .,o lr>e '- bay ri1 urt a *5 cents, making t ... ..-,*v-red
4.-.,u. ILrt th. Lit p:rop~u-e, to do better tLiuni ltL- and will seudthe Buoy
onu yeaI' am. tluih ueif these plos complete at the factory for $4.50;
purchaser to pay freight.
The plow may be sein in oper.tlon at the Buoy-Farm at any. time
order from the BUoOYd .t iet

Anyone sendln a Pketch and description ma7
quickly ascertain, free. whether an invention In
probably patentable. Communications strictly
confidential. Oldest azer.cy fior .ecuring' patent
In America. We have a Walhington office.
Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive
special notice in the
beautifully illustrated, larceet cIr txiion of
any scientific ljourahl weekly.terms fs.wSI earl
$1.50 six months. ipe.'mn ople and UAN
BOOK ON I'ATENTS cnt free. Ad'eial

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asit Fed by ii au &, wI q f m 'Ia It v o r ma lln t& I tAlov.
in lit@ OLD DUjr'P I SRina~ ni r~sl oMys
an.] notasin-MeIAd r'aiI.
bloyvurn-d ir r,.I be teprebena.L Bond 6C098W
psfirsesi,aI p~iricil v..
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Frcsh d of Guaranteed Purity.

Offers His Professional Services to the Citizens of St, Andrews and
Surrounding Country.
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