Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00040
 Material Information
Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: February 10, 1898
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: VID00040
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
lccn - sn 95026996
lccn - sn 95026996

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ST. ANDREWS BA- FLA., FEB. 10, 1898.
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NO. 4;6

On al* uit. a Yearls Adv~nce.
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drews and vicinity. Residence oA Buena I never met.
Vista avenue.
Vistaveue.t long before my visit old Chief
C. H. CRIPI'EN. hJoe had been killed, and he gave me
SNotary Public.
Will attend oromptly to all business de- a full account of it. Joe was a Sem-
manding his attention. Offlce on Bay- inole chief who lived tit tLe head of
view street, one block northeast of T the bound on the road leading from
0 Danfoerd's store

St. Joseph Bay and Apalachicula to
St. Andrews. A man by the name
of Kitig had been to Apalachicola
and was returning to St. Andrews,
having his gun upon his shoulder
and a roll of calico upon his back.
King passed old Job had his son, a
boy about sixteen years of age and
spoke to them as he passed. It ih
supposed that Joe wanted that roll
of calico, for when King was a short
distance from him he fired at him and
the ball struck the roll of cloth and
King felK- -'i-g recovered his f,,ot-
ing turned mzpoR'- nd fire at, but,
'i;u imrsEa. Eaok drewrWi~kives
'aid King struck Joe on the lead
with liii; Joe grappled him, King
threw him to the ground but Joe got
on top; King rose with him and
threw him again. About this time
old Joe's son ran up and Joe said,
"thwalkla;" the boy turned and ran.
King found Joe's strength was fail-
ing, 96 disengaged himself and took,
to his heels. Some days after, King
and some companions returned to the
scene of conflict and found Joe a few
paces from where King had left him,
dead. No vestige of his family was

to be found, an

one knew whith-

er they had gone. King's knife had
penetrated to Joe's brain. A year
later the skeleton of Chief Joe was'
carefully gathered and taken to Ire-
land, and now stands in a glass case
in the museum of the University at
Dublin, marked, "Seminole Indian
Chief Joe. Presentel by Mr. Ed-
mond Blood."
In the olden time the mail was
brought on horse from Marianna once
a week. In the winter of '41, or
spring of '42 there began to arrive in
the mail, the London Times, the
F L) -1 L i *k i -i .

He called to see me, bri iing-me some
rare old books. That ias., the last
time I saw him. Some aontlpy after,
I teceved a letter from m i at Malta,
where he said he had lo ted and had
his boats, his gardens.sIhI shooting
gallery, etc. Some ti e in 1865 1
received Irom him a loI letter with
his Jhotograph. He led his let-
ter by saying: "Well, y"eo., if 1I
weie not so far on the lady sidle of
seventy I wouli go baIj to our
bay and invite you to me and live
with me." -
-Al tepown.
Cficago Times-Hera.d... '
He had bent foLU-li utihier to
come and pend tl I withi
hima mid Ii s fashionable wil, in eir
fine city home. : Af er much uigilig
she had cmnsenfe'l to a week's visit,

telling she
limited the

would explain why ihlA
time whei she snw himnI

It was a queer excuse, and mia'le
hi'n laugh, but it was ver *real to
"Maybe you don't 'remember,
Dan'l," she said, "but the old clock
has to be wound up every eight days,
and no other hand but father's ever"
wound that clock. Since he died I've
never once neglected it. Now you
see uldn't possibly stay."
Hle wanted to say, '*Let the old
thing run do(wn," but s.mintliing in
hler face stopped I him. He felt as if
it would be talking disrespctfully of
his father.
He gave his mother the clh >ice of
all the guest chambers and she chlost
the plainest. "It will be more like
home,,' she said.
It dawned on him the third day of
her visit that his mother wa., uitI
happy-that she missed sonnetling.

Limerick Chronicl P ch, the three act can't he the clock
s" he thought.

o N doth keep.
'.epreaentative, S. M. Robins.n,t'hillev. Beneath her hills
County Judge, D. D. Melvin, \ I.unon: Uninterrupted music of the rills;
Clerk of Court, County Clerk, llecorder And allow fields
of Deeds, W. B. Lassitter, Vernon; And fallow fields
Sheriff, C. G. Allen. Chipley; Treasurer, That front the north-wind witii their
R. C. Horne, Chipley; Tax Collector, A. blossom-shields.
Q. Jones, Vernon; Tax Assessor, W,
B. Gainer, Econfintii: S',eriiltendeniit And the birds whose breasts
of Public Instruction, W. L,, Locky; Heave in the dus ofbloom-embowered
Obipley; Surveyor, Thos. Collins, Chip- nests
ST. ANDnrEW. And make the night
f"stice of the Peace. W. I. Singleterry; A mystery of melody and light.
SNotary Public, Deputy Circuit Court
Clerk. W. A. Enimons: School Super- W -le : L ves feet-
vior, R. F. Brackin; Post Master, L. Within some garden's fl. wery-red re-
M.Ware T; at,
HARRISON. Roses to at gep.m
Postmistress, Mrs. M. B. Jenks. roses toat seom
Po tress, PAR K ER nk Wraiths of rare spring-time-echoes of
?ostiaster and "Notary Public, W. H. a dieam
Parker. sa at w.'eathe in dim

?ositlltress, Mrs Hasselborg. Or sunny closes, necklaces for him;
AYDERSON. And on Love's mouth
Postoiaster, 'A. W. Anderson Leave star-seen, tremulous kisses of the
GAY. South!
Postmaster, Mrs. R. Gay.
BAr HEAD. Song for Saint Valentine's Day.
Postmaster, IMartin Post. Clinton Scollard in Deinorest's Family
FA.MDL^. Magazine for February.
te W. WoETAPodford. Once more, oh love, once more
Postmistress, Mrs. Dyer. The fleeting year has run
WIST BAY, its rhythmic round, and frore
Postmastiter, P. N. Hutchinsou. Earth lies neath the sun.
C -C But though the sleet-shafts dart,
CALHOUN CoUNTY-CROMAN'rToN The cre of joy is mine
-ularies, E. Mosher, Frank Hoskins, t Th ooys, oo
Postmaster. W. M. Gronian; Coun With thee, oh dearest heart,
ty Commissioner, H. M. Spicer Tobe my valentine
Deputy Clerk of Courts. S. T. Walkley
I miss the -ingine bough,
R E L I G 1 () U S. The gossip brook I miss;
Methodist-Churcheior. Wmshington ave And yet, *oh sweet, somehow
and Cheiutnut st- Rer. L. G. (iui)n, I keep the chrism of bliss,
S.ieve. I ereuig ae a. m. d :undaWhat maythe seeretbe?
Y. :. s.'C. E.-Prayer meeting at the I see thy true eyes shine;
P'reshyterian church every Sunday after The secret's this-I've thee
.joan at 3:30 o'clock. All are invited. Tobe my valentine
Baptist-Church, corner of Wyoming
aven sn stan Cincinima i street. Church Then let the days divide
conferer -'iurda;v before first Sunday
ot 4 p.m n. S,,iadv school every Sunday at To music harsh and rudel
9:30 s. Pliut'hing second and fourth With medothsprintr abide,
.Sundaysa in eacph month. Rev. J. P. Smith, In calm beatitude.
pastor Though surly winLr roar,
Preshyterian-Church corner Loraine oa,
avenue and Drake street. And all his werewolves ;.hine,
3atbolic--C0brch corner Wyoming ave. I'll laugh them from the door
toe and Forter T'1ilE MAILS.
The northern mail, via Ander4on, Gay, Free Soup!
avyhead and Clii ley departs every day It is not so v 1,.y n1u since proni-
except S1unLJty .it 3:00 o'clock; a.min.; ent republicans all over the country
arrives esie ry day except Sun-jay at
7:40 p. nt. were boating wili irr;,',t emphasis
Pa !t day mail for Harrison, Cronmanton, that, "Iree soup" never had been and
Parker, Farmndale and Wetappo, leaves
St. Andrews going east every morning never would be fouinid necessary under
at 6 o'clock and leaving Wetappo at a republican. administration. Now
1 o'clock, arrives, coming west every
evening at 7 c clock, will thsse same prominent tepubli.
ST. ANDREWS BAY. CHIPLEY & cau please come fo, ward and recti-
VERNON TELEPHONE CO. cile their boast with the condition
(Incorporated Nov. 7, 1886.) now prevailing at Tampa, as recited
minutes, or fraction thereof, use of in the following paragraph now go-
Phone: ing the rounds of the state press:
BetweenSt.AndrewBa ayhead5c The matter of relieving the distres-
S, Chipley. 25c sad Cubans at Tampa is assuming
Chipley & Bayhead........ 15c practical shape. Two free soup
Gay.............. 200 honres have been opened, and con-
o tBayhem a ysin& byl...gr 5 tributions are solicited, one lady
extra, not Including telegraphic service, agreeing to give $20 per day.
A., J. GAY, Gen'l Mgr. Of course, Grover Cleveland and
a'r -L" 2 the late democratic administration
Park r Lodge NO 142 are responsible for all this (1)
.A.L .E'. J* JAL *-
Regular (Comntuni- REMINISCENOES
cautions on Saturday,
n .efure each fu And Recoilections of St. An-
rSy drews Bay, and Souse of the
SVs iing Brother people Who Lived Here
E. PALMER, W. M. The following, one of a series of
W. A. -hMtows. Secretary.
..... erearinteresting papers, contributed by
tM "rTnTrf T rV the late Dr. J. W. Keyes to a local
BUiiNESS D ,IR UECTORY, I aper a few years before his death
W. A. EMMONS, will be rcad with interest by theDoc-
tieputy Circuit Court Clerk and No- tor's many surviving friends anl by
tary Public for the State at Large; has
jurisdiction to administer oaths, take everyone interested in1 the early iis-
aflcavits, legalize acknowledgments, tory of St. An'drews and the bay
etc., anywhere in Florida. Special at-
tention given to land conveyances and country:
to marriage services, and license issued InT 1848 I found myself at the hos-
to lawfully qualified parties. Office at
the BUOY Office, St. Andrews Bay. pitiable White House and there was
DR. J. J. KESTER, there as a guest, the 1ev. Mr. Mer-
Homeopathic Physician : ixd Ac- cer, a Baptist minister from Georgia.
voucher. Office Pioneer Drug Store, He had been a great rufferei fr,.m
corner of Shell avenue and Michi- asthma. I never met a man more
gan street, enthusiastic upon any subject than
S. Andrews h Florid le was upon the curative qualities ,1f
DR. W. (4. MITCHEL[T, St. Andrews' air. He could br-athe,
Physician and Dru gist, Commerest., and I can testify ther was n., lack
east of Bavview, OtT,'rs his pro'egsional
services to th' citizc,, of S.. A,- of breath, lor a more incessattt talker

"It doesn't need winding yet.'
But it. was the lohek, atid when hlie
taxed her with an induee affection fot
that antique piece of fnri,*jr she
ackkn vlolgeil h1w ii~iseT
it. --..
"'Specially at night, D:tu'l.-'hier'
I hear the eocks striking ete e 1
think f t. at pir, l. onesni thing
striking the i. nrs with iico.Iy to
hear. It does make me hinmes k, I'm 1
Then slhe toll him-what he had
forgotten-that i-he could tell when
the sun and moon rose, and what day
of the mouth it was by the seet-regn-
lating calendar of that clok, a nd
!ow it explained the whole scilar sy,-
,e ,i and t I.,li- 1,, lhei'r pro; I
erty and all his father's letters to hei
had always been k pt in the bottom
i' the l d clock, an11 it hald iev.i it
tll their niitol lives '.er ,i p l t,,,
nace, and that wa' hlieo eight fatlie,
lied. No one co lt eloil h,,v it laj,-
l:ened, for it had been w-,til iii
And then she cri l norftlv. hd h-i
grown-u hboy enmforted h,-r' -,
The next morning when they went
to call her she lay asleep wilh thi,-
sweetest smile on her tranquil r,,.',
but she never responded to ibIir cal |
The clock had rnn down.

A flMe Desgmnt.
Soldier belonging to Unspeglmentsa
are never tired of telling stories at the
expense of the militia. Here is one:
While a certain militia regiment was
encamped on a well known common a
woman with her children came out
there for an on tin- -. -, r'
she was playing with a' dreni a 1
militiaman, passing, stole ~ loaf and
ran off. The woman, obWeing him,
commenced calling:
"Stop, thiefl"
The colonel was close at and, and,
hearing the cry, rode up, asking the
'That thief has stolen my loaf."
"Never mind," said the colonel, giv-
ing her a half a crown. "This will get
another for you. But for goodness' sake
don't call 'Stop, thief or I shan't have
a man left in the regiment. "-London

This is the Time to Give Atten-
tian to Your Physical Con-
the warmer weather which will
come with the approaching spring
months should find yod stranug and in

robust health, your blood
your appetite good. Other
will be in danger of serio.i
Purify and enrich your bi
Hood's tar'naparilla and tl
pare for spring. This

Captain Mfood being connected in makes rich, red blood and g

some way with a law-suit in England,
left St. Andrews in 1857.
I was then living, m Montgomery.

or and vitality. It 'will gu
against danger from chlang,
will soon take place.

British Reviews and other magazines;
the North American Review and the
Daily New York Herald. Week after
week they crime, with letters from
London, Dublij _New York and New
One fair day a neat little sloop of
about a ton and a half came grace.
fully up trom the Pass with one man
on board. Major Armstead was
keeping the hotel, and to him the
waster of the sloop applied for board
and hldging for one mouth. He reg-
istered as David R. Blood, and prov-
ed to be the party to whom the mail
matter above mentioned was ad-
Before the month expired Mr.
Blood concluded to remain another
month, and one of Major Armstead's
daughters had namtnd the black-coat-
ed sloop' "Widow," and dubbed the
owner, "Captain." No small boat
ever sailed the waters of St. Andrews
Bay, or resident upon its beach be-
came more widely known than the
Widow, and Captain Blood. It was
my good fortune to become intimate-
ly acquainted with Capt. Biood, for
his visit of one month lengthened in-
to twelve years. Taken "by and
large" he was the completes man I
have ever known. He was about six
feet three inches tall, broad-chested.
no surplus flesh; indeed, physical per-
fection. He was a fine scholar, flu.
ent in French and acquainted with
other languages. He seemed to have
read everything, to have been every-
where, and to have personally in-
spected all that there was worth see-
ing in Earope, England and America.
He lwan a skillful workman in copper,
iron and wood, and had tools of all
kinds. He had philosophical instru-
ments, chemical apparatus of every
. description, was a keen sportsman
and had every gun from an air gun
to a cannon and mort;.r.
So enthnsed he became with St.
Andrews that he bought two lots
next beyond where Governor Clark iq
buried, and built thereon a very
unique house. I should like to de-
scribet hat house, but for the space
it would take.
He told me that he had lived all
about the Mediterranean, France
England. and all along the Atlantic
coast of the United States: on the
West India islands. Key West, Mo-
bile, New Orleans, etc., and nowhere
had he. l'ond a place equal in beauty,
better foir leltei, or comparable foi
climate with St. Andrews.

]-yi here i1is trfeket-
waa bought? I see that one or mow
coupons have been torn off. Therefore
eho passenger must have started from
some point the other side of Worcester."
The superintendent looked at the tick-
et and replied:
"This was originally sold in New
York, and is the form used by the Nor-
wich line of steamers. But your man
may have bought this half of the ticket
from a scalper in Worcester."
Mr. Barnes thanked the superintend-
ent and left the office.

Mr. Barnes and Virginia returned to
Riverside farm. reaching there just as
the people were assembling for the fu-
neral services. The squire greeted Vir-
einia cordially and looked interrogative-
Ty at Mr. Barnes, evidently a little con-
fused at seeing them together. Virginia
hastened to explain.
"Squire, I hope you will be glad to
hear that Mr. Barnes is now working in
my interests? He does not believe that '
Walter is guilty."
"Is that true?" said the squire, quick-
ly interested. "I am glad to hear it, for,
though Burrows seems to have made
out a complete chain of evidence, if .
you, Mr. Barnes, with your experience, I
are unconvinced, there must be a weak
spot in it., Tell me, how is it?"
"Mr. Burrows is mistaken," said
Mr. Barnes. "His evidence is all good
and most important. His deductions, ,
however, are incorrect. As you say,
there is a flaw. I pointed it out to him,
but he is obstinate and refuses to see it. '
He cannot convict Marvel without prov- i
ing that Miss Lewis here was an ac-
complioe after the fact if not before."
"God forbid that he should do that."
"I was afraid that he would have
brought out this point before the grand
jury, and that Miss Lewis as a cOase
quence would have been still In prison.
That be has not done so shows that be
secretly fears that he could not sustain
the charge."
"Well, but do you think you can
clear Marvel? If so, who did kill Lew-
"Your last query is a hard one to
answer, but I must do so if I am to
prove Marvel's innocence. All I can
any now is that I hope to accomplish
that. Now, I wish to see the body
again. Will you come with me?"
The squire and the detective moved
toward the parlor, where was the casket
containing the remains. Virginia went
to her own room. The two men stood
beside the coffin a moment in silence,
Mr. Barnes gazed intently at the ob r-
red face, bandaged in silk handkerchiefs
to conceal the disfigurement, and the
squire wondered of what he was think-
ing. In truth Mr. Barnes scarcely knew
himself. He had a dimly defined idea
within his mind and was awaiting its
development. Presently his eyes wan-
dered down to where the crossed arms
of the corpse lay upon the breast, and
he noted the diamond ring.
"Btquire," said he, "I think a mis-
take will be made if we do not inter-
fere. "
"What do you mean?"
"There is a ring on the finger of the
corpse. It should not be buried."
"Why not?"
"Because the man was murdered, and
anything connected with the body may
become an article of value as evidence
of some kind."
"How can a ring amount td any-,
"I don't say it will, but it may. We
detectives, as you know, are cautious,
and I should be indebted if you will re-
move it."
"Oh, certainly, if you specially wish
it!" The squire removed the ring with
some difficulty.
'I wish, squire, that you would keep
that yoursaclf. Should anything occur
which will make it useful to me, I
shall know where to get it."
"Yes, I will keep it, and it shall not
leave my possession unless I let you'
know first."
"I thank you, but may I look at it
sow for a moment?" i
"Certainly." The squire handed it
to him. Mr. Barnes examined it close-
ly, and, noticing an inscription on the
inside of the band, went to the light to
decipher it. It proved to be "W. to M."
The detective started and muttered,
"The same initials as were on the lock.
et!" Then, returning the ring to the
squire, he asked:
"Have yon that locket? Though that
ia a foolish question, as I suppose you
gave it to the authorities at Dover, with
the other things in evidence."
"Yet They were given tp yester-
"I wonder," thought the detective,

"if I have made a mistake. I may wish b
to see that locket once more, and I must I
question Miss Lewis." !
At this moment the minister arrived,
and the ceremonies commenced. John
Lewis came in with him, and then
went to call Virginia, but she declined
to leave her room. At this there was
little surprise, for what girl would care
to show herself Wefore so many people
after such au experience? The service
was brief, the main point in the dis-
course being to impress upon the mind
of those present the transitoriness of
hwman lWa ad the extreme wacertalntr

Ass Iv C.A PUTNWiAM Oas. )
ma to bow long a man might live or'olo
ooe be til.. etaway"rom althat he
holds dear. on earth, and therefore the
policy and wisdom of so arranging
earthly affairs that one might be ready
to answer the call at any time. While
the worthy man spoke nothing but
truth, it is doubtful if any of his hearers
even so much as made his will -the
next day, so far off do most men feel
from death.
The body was interred in a private
c&netery belonging to the estate, situ-
ated at one7 end of the farm, near a
growth of timber land. After the funeral
the people dispersed.
Mr. Barnes approached Will Everly
as he was about to leave and said:
"Do you remember me, Mr. Everly?"
"Certainly; you are Mr. Barnes. Miss
Lewis tells me that you are now devoted
to the interests of Mr. Marvel. Is that
"It is, and now I wish to intrust to
you an trrand that may serve him. Will
you undertake it?"
"Juit give me a chance."
"Iave you a fast horse?"
"I have, and can get a faster if there
bL any need."
"What I wish done is very simple,
but it must be done withoutdelay, for I
wish to have word-tonight, as I shall be
obliged to leave hbre totuorrow."
"I can go where you wish-at once."
"Go then to Dover and hunt-up the
olerk of the court. His name is Ain-
ile y *' ',-
"I know him very well, and where to
fBud him."
"All the better. See him, and tell
him that you wish to look at the locket
which has played so conspicuonS a part
in this case. If he has not the custody
of it, he will be able to take you to the
one whlo has. See th0 locket tonight, it
possible. Look on the outside and find
out what the inscription is, whether it
is'W. M.' or'W. to M.' The word 'to,'
If on the trinket, will save your friend's
life. Lose no tin,."
Every needed no second bidding, but
was off on a run at once. Mr. Barnes
seemed satisfied, and turned into the
bouse. Here be found Lucas and poke
to him. .
"This is a Had business, Mr. Luaa.O"
"Indeed it i& I would gladly take the
place of the prisoner for the sake of his
sister, if not of himself."
"Miss Marvel .has passed through si
trying ordeal. Howis shenow?"
"She is vey ill. Of course she was
prostrated at the inquest because of the



jA Death Blow.
At thn tiinu lietn Raphael po-.
sessed at Rome the reputation of be-
ing the gleateLt living master in hisW
art, ono F'ran,'is Fran'Hta ho'lf' i
place aim.ng lia Bolognese t4 atin;y-
trmeni as an artist, and was undoubt-
edly a mart of talent. The two art.
ints had never nmit, niir .ad they
ever cciiv each oltiher'a work; bnt
leaving heard of each other they
opened a frieni.y ci.rre'poimldence;
which continlied heotwIer rhem. 'h.
desire of Francia to see the wdrk of
Raphael was extreme, I.nt old age
deterred him fromn undertaking thi,
fatigues and perils of a j-iurney tit
ome. An opportunity at last cc-
enrieJ. giving him a chance of toa.
ing what he i"fai so hlog desired.
Raphael, having painted a picture of
St. Cecelia, to44t placed i, the chap.
el at Bologne, wrote to his friend, re-
questing him to see it ppt up, and
even to corirCt any mistakes hi1
migh: see in it.
As soon as Fra'ncia s*w the pi c
tu'e he wai A'iic.k with wonder andi
admiration, and felt painfully his
iimferirity. ''he lpcttii0 was indried
1tie of the finest that iv4 taeame froimt
Raiphael's. bruoh; -hut it i'r.il o.nly
a source of grief to Francia. HRg& t-'
sisted in 'puuiug it up. and never
again had n a4Y I ifr. In onet
moment lie' hii S.L-Ln hi. life's wr k
thrown into ,,li-nim ennmparisntr; i
wa* too old to entertain -11 hpe., b v
renewed effol rti, of ever riv..ling Ra.
phael. an'd. salthk i(o tie hlha'rt tt i It

Pronmiaist piint he sturdied the apparent -gi ief and ileapaii, lie took to ijis busl.
conditions. ,rifi which r6 nev.'r r.., IH#' wa,
part which she took in it herself;o ipervisus to 11 cannot, a.<
much so that we did not dare to tell .
herof the charges against Miss Lewis. niired" in a few daviy n $ i "8th
But through the stupidity of a servant ." Ows,, 1 ,ie ,r otf tl fi"'iw fi xrn-
she heard today of the fact that her ,(iiinig dli.:il.'i"intniint naid I'n.lan-
brother is now the accused, and she has choip.
been delirious ever since. 'I have waited -.
after the others to tell Miss Lewis this, (
but'now I am auwfouif about Miss Mur- General De ility
vel and will leavid ya. I hope that you
may be succeafutl in your defense of
Walter. I cannot believe that ho is real- And Loss Flesh
"It shall not be for want of honest
endeavor if I fail." Mr. Barnes bowed Scitt's 'ndiftn ls been the
courteously as Lucas retired. standard rmedy fo nearly a
A moment later Miss Lewis appeared. qtteaf of a Century. PhysiCIA
"I am glad you are here, Mr. readily admit that they obtain mw;
Barnes," said she, "for I want to get uIts from it that the cannot
to work at once." fr t t ha at o
"Very well. Let me ask you a few from any other flesh-formig foo.
questions. What was your mother's Thete are man other prepare
name?" tions on the market that paetm %
"Matilda. I don't know her married to do what :;,
name. Every one knows that 'Lewis'., -.0;
Is only the name given to me by my sto T8 a
adopted father. That was his name,
and as I am his sister's child of course E MwULSIO *
she must have changed hers when she'
married, but to what my uncle never does, but they fail to gpiford m .t
would tell me. So I have been Virginia Tha p or Cod-iter Oil
Lewis in spite of myte]f." madeintoaida
"But perhaps you know your father's a@ l Wed th opes
first name, if not his last?" the
"No. Whenever I asked any qnue- phites of Li and Sod which
ions my uncle would say, 'You nev 0 ate suc valuable too
ad a father.'" makes this preparation ah .
"Well, your mother's name was Ma Ideal one and chick 'th
tilda-that is, the first name has 'M.' watino tetdeu l tyn d *-
for the initial. Arid I feel d atlifVfthiat
your father'sinitial was'W."
"Is it a matter of any importance" t j \\ Ca
"It may be. the ring that your aun h I aitet
ole wore bore the tnscriftton 'W. to WIrch SIutCT them. .
M.' I have sent Everly to Dover to find Bm vou a SCOTT'S o ass i
out if theaame is on that medallion. I dM fih eAr tMw
may hayre- overlooked the word 'to' sc t i.f, 4 1.00. i *,
whwno I bad it.ln xmy a4. and if iti S WTT 9wt 3Now &OB,1

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there it will indicate that there were
two of those lockets."
"And that would help to prove that
Walter is innocent, would it not?"
"It would help. for it Would show/
bat the one wvhich yu0 found in the
dead man's hand was not the ose whi"t
Mr. Marvel had."
"God grant it. Otherwise I should
Ihever forgive myself for furnishing that
evidence against him. But what about
the clothes which he says be threr lnut
the rivei-f The squire told ine thas B
and my cousin, Mr. Lewisi lahv had
the stream dragged, but -did not fand
"I mcan to have -try at that hnyfieit
Now I have another point which I wish-
to investigate, tdS if you .will eo
.me I will be off." -
"You will return ard ia ~ipper
with me, will yon not? The proprieties
will not beo invaded, for Sarah is here
with me and will stay as long as I wish
her. Therefore yca can have a rboid
here if you desire."
"Thank young very much. Don't lose
heart, Miss Lewis. If it bo In the power
of man, I will clear your lover. front
this charge."
Virginia ehowrd her gratitude in beot
fawe, and the detective went Away..
From the farm he went to thebo hse of
Dr. Snow and was fortunate enough td
find him at homfi though he had but
just returned from a visit to Miss Mar-
vel, whom be reported as slightly im-
proved. Mr. Barnes proceeded to ask a
few questions of the old physician about
the people most nearly connected with
the crime and its consequences. Finally
he said:
"There is a question that I would
like to ask, doctor. Would a man's fin-
gers swell or would they shrink after
"That would depend upon the cir-
oumatances of the case. If the death
were from dropsy or from some poisons.
they would swell, but ordinarily of
course they would shrink. Again, the
time has something to do with it, for in
all cases the tissues must waste eventvu

lire ahid
ia" you
i illness.
od with
flN "pro-
I1es vig-
ird you


NoTr.-It must'be remembered that the
wind is uot a wholly reliable motive pow-
*t &nd ifthe sailors sometimes find it im-
Woselble to make'schedulc timeit must be-
atarged to the elements; they do the best
they can.

The steamer Alpha arrived on her
regular east-bound trip on Friday af-
ternoo',; last, making the customary
landing. and discharging the usual
large amount of freight before pro-
cediug southward. One passenger,
disembarked here.
Carrie the East Bty Mail between St.
Andrews By,, Weta'ppo and intermedi-
ate points. Leaves St. Andrews daily
(except Sunday)'at 6:00 a. in.; arrive at
Wetappo at-12:30 p. m.; leave eWetappo
at 1 00 p m,.; arrives at St, Andrews at
7:30 p. mn. Make landings regularly at
Harrison, Cromtnton, Parker. Pitts-
burg andF.'rmidale. For passengerand
freight rates, see rate card in the sev-
*ral pst ofificua.
SDAVID M1. Wi inlEiu.L, Contractor.

IeavesSt. Andrews Bay every Tuesday,
leaves PensAcola every Friday,
(weather petointting). Special atten-
tion will le given to receiving and
forwarding freight for omrties living on
XEat and North Bay, passengerss for
points on either arm of the Bay can
depend irpon securing pro pt trans-
portation at reasonable rates. For
farther information apply to
L. M. WARs & Co., Agra
Makes regular weekly trips between
Peasacola and St. Andrews Bay. Pas-
**agers and freight transported at reas-
onable rates. For particulars, address
M..P. BrITLru, corGarden and Tenth ave.,

A Week's Weather.
The following table gives the maxi-
mum, minimum and mean tempera-
tn-re, the rainfall and direction of the
wind, for the twenty-four hours ending
t 7 o'clock p. m., as indicated by U. S.
. government self-registering thermom.
Max. M.jln. R'n W'd
Fb: S 4a^-=W ,30..-.-. a,
3 47 30 38 .00 nw
4- 46 27 36 .00 nw
5 48 29 38 .12 nw
6 56 33 44 .00 n
7 163 36 51 .00 nw
8 67 40 53 .00 sw
For week... 51 142 146 | .121
THE WHOLE system feels the
effect of Hood's Sarsaparilla-stom.
G*h, liver, kidneys, heart, nerves are
tWngthened and SUSTAINED.
This :Year's election.
The offices to be filled in this state
this year are as follows: Two con-
greissner.; two justices of the supreme
court (one f'r two years to fill the
vacancy canned by the resignation of
Justice Liddon, now filled by ap-
paintment, and one for the fnll terin
of six years) three railroad commis-
sionerA; -no treasurer (to fill the va.
cancy canued b) the resignation of
Treanu-er Collins, now filled by ap-
poliintent); state senators from all
the Tyennuminbered districts, and one
to fill the vacancy caused by the
death of Senator Perrenot; represent.
tatives fsoni all of the counties; tax
esllectors, tax assessors and treasur-
*rs in all of the counties.

Don't Olve Up.
Sorrow came to you yesterday and
emptied your home. Your first impulse
now is to give up and sit down in de-
lpair amid the wrecks of your hopes.
Bat you dare not do it. You are in the
liae of battle, and the crisis is at hand.
TO falter a moment would be to imperil
moe holy interest. Oiher lies would
bee harmed by your pausing. Holy inter-
ests would suffer should your hands be
foided. You must not linger even to in-
dulge your grief. Sorrows are but inci-
4uent in life and must not interrupt us.
We must leave them behind, while we

ro on to the things. that are before.
biaen God has so ordered, too, that in
.rming on in duty we shall find the
S nWess, richest comfort for ourselves.
S hitting down to brood over our sorrows,
he darkness deepens about us and creeps
to or heart, and our strength changes
,5 weakness. -But, if we turn away
io the gloom and take up the tasks
od duties to which God calls us, the
Uight will come again, and we shall
grow stronger.
WheM ll our hopes are gope,.
De well our hands must still keep toiling on
#or others' mako.
or strength to bear is four in duty done,
And he is blest indeed who learns to molke
bhe ot others cure his own heartache.
-J. R. Miller. D. D.

I-Jelraby given to all parties holding
.' mlilwrge iamt the estate of John Con-
IfMu,-a.tentf Washingtor county, de-
4a i. t -mesMent theta to toe under.
Wn*4 .**d ~itrator within twelve
*entri *reatfe dart hdreof, or the same
will be berrT.l V the statute of limita-
wNo W. I. SInOLETART, Adinr.

ITS gentlemei or ladies totravel -for ro-
sponsible, established house in Florida.
Monthly $65 and expenses. Position
*toady. Reference. Enclose self-ad-
Irenued stamped envelone. The Do-1

--A good milch cow for sale, cheap.
Apply at Buoy office.
--Do you want clothing, cheap? Max-
on & Broc .'s is the place.
-Wannamaker & Brown's samples
for Tailor Made Suits at L. M. Ware &
Co's. Call a,'d get prices.
-General stock of merchandise at
Maxon & Brock's. Call and see if we
treat you right.
-Allens Tasteless Chill Tonic, Sar-
saparrilla, and Yellow Dock are the
best. For additional evidence call on
Dr. J. J. Kester..
-Read the item below in reference
to taxes, amount and method of pay-
ment of same, carefully and govern
yourself accordingly
-The Ladies' Mite Society will meet
at the home of Mr. Gwaltney to-mor-
row, (Friday) night, the 11th inst. All
are cordially invited to come and bring
your mite.
-A good big Tablet for 5 cts; a larger
one for 8 cts and a good thick school
tablet with 175 leaves for 10ts; all with
handsome overs afd goodrrulad paper,
at the BUOY office.
-Those desiring to provide them-
selves with Nonesuch strawberry
Slants should not delay sending in their
orders to the Buoy office. A few
thousand plants still left at 50 cents per
-Chas. C. Merritt has the thanksof
the Buoy and its household for a fine
mess of fresh-water bream. Charley
had the sport of catching them, but the
editor whoseldom gets time to fish, en-
joyed the eating, immensely.,
-Parents and guardians interestedin
securing the most practical Business
Education for their children at the least
expense, should correspond with the
DeFuniak Business College, DeFuniak
Springs, Fla. Catalogue free.
-The St. Andrews Bay Horticultural
and Improvement Company is prepar-
ed to clear, improve and plant into fruit
any tract of land which may be given
them. It will pay all persons to buy a
tract from them and have it improved.
-Mr. and Mrs. John Stephens of Big
Bayou Point on North Bay are the
proud parents of a bouncing nine-pound
girl-baby, which came gliding into
other home like a glad sunbeam on the
7th inst. Mother and child are doing
-H. E. Doxtader has the frame up
and partially enclosed for a neat and
commodious cottage residence on the
corner of Commnerce avenue and Drake
street. His large improved lot and nice
dwelling will add greatly to the appear-
ance of this locality.
-Capt. Clark of the Steamer Alpha
informed his friends last Friday that
he expects to return here from
rohile on the 14t, linst, and will go6
Sbence1657 la and Mobile and
return he-.e on the 19th, to accommo-
date all who desire to avail themselves
of this splendid opportunity to visit
Mobile during the Mardi-Gras carnival
--If you are thinking of buying prop-
erty in St. Andrews or immediate vi-
cinity, you cannot afford to purchase
until you have conferred with the pro-
prietor of the BUOY. If you are short of
money and want to buy on your own
time for actual settlement you can be
-That the richest and largest depos-
its of gold the earth has ever produced
up to the present time have been found
in the Alaska Klondyke country is now
an established fact. We call your at-
tention to the advertisement of the
Alaska Klondyke Gold Mining Compa-
ny in another column.
-Allan's Tasteless Chill Tonic With
Iron cures chills, fevers, lagrippe, in-
termittent, bilious and malarial fevers,
dumb ague, swamp fever, dengue aud
diseases originating from a torpid liver
or malaria. Cures fever from colds,
winter fever (pneumonia) and as a gen-
eral anti-periodic medicine is unex-
celled. For sale at the Pioneer Drug
Store, St. Andrews, Fla. Every bottle
guaranteed to give satisfaction or your
money refunded.
-Taxes for the year 1897 are now
due and will become delinquent April
1, 1898, unless the time for payment is

extended before that time, which it is
not likely to be. All those who expect
the BUOY- to attend to the payment of
same are advised to make certain that
they have a credit on our tax book
sufficient to meet the amount, which
will mean that the t'ax l certainly be
paid, as heretofore; ibut if such credit
is not shown, even though the amount
seems insignificant, they just as cer-
tainly will not be paid unless some sue-
cial arrangement is made to that end.
The tax this year is 17J mills, as com-
pared with 121 mills last year; hence
in providing for payment this year, add
about 33 per cent., or one-third more
than the amount shown upon your re-
ceipt for 1896. This notice shall be
deemed sufficient for all patrons of the
Buoo who wish it to attend to the pay-
ment of their taxes.
-It is probable that most readers of
the Buoy will remember the Corn Fair
which was held at Pensacola last sum-
mer, and the great furore which it cre-
ated .among farmers throughout the
south. The variety of corn exhibited
was the Iowa Silver Mine, though it is
frequently referred to as the Chipley
Corn, owing to the fact that the late
Mr. Chipley introduced it in Florida.
It has produced most wonderful crops
in various parts of the country the past
season, the largest one which we have
noticed being 211 bushels per acre in
Indiana. Two crops of this corn can
be piodoced on the same land in the
southern states, as it matures very
early. That our readers may see the
character ef this corn, the lows Seed
Co. of Des Moines, has consented to
send a small sample together with a
copy of their large illustrated catalogue
free to any of our readers who ask for-
it, provided they mentionthis-paper in


The Young Peoples Baptist Union
meets at the Baptist church every
Sunday at 3 .. m. All invited.
The Y. P. S. C. E. meets every Sun-
day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock ai the
Presbyterian church. All interested
in Christian Endeavor work are
earnestly invited to attend..
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for.cuts,
bruises, sores, Ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, better, chapped hands, chilblains.
corns and all skin eruptions, and posi-
tively cures piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect s-'tis-
faction or money refunded. Price 25c
per box. For sale by all druggists.
Hun. Joel R. Wells of Ohipiloy
arrived here Friday, last and is visit-
ing for a week or more, enjoying the
attractions of St. Andrewe Bay.
Miss Annie Bonholzer of Birming-
ham, Ala., arrived on the Alpha on
Friday last, and for a month or more
will be the guest of Dr. W. G. and
Mrs. Mitchell.

Teller's Bill Killed.
The most notable recent event in
congress, if not indeed of the entire
session is the defeat in the house of
representatives, by a vote of 132 to 182
of Teller's resolution declaring the
bonds of the United States payable
in silver. The republicans with two
exceptions-Mr. Linney, of North
Carolina, who voted for the measure,
and Mr. White, also of North Caro-
lina. who answered "present" when
his name was called, voted against it,
The democrats who voted "no,"
were Messrs. McAleer of Pennsylva-
nia and Mr. Elliott of South Caro-
Speaket Reed, altliongl it is notL
customary for him to vote, had hi.
name called, and amid the cheers of
his followers went on record in oppo-
sition to the resolution.
It is admitted that the vote is an
index to the 1900 campaign program

Reflecuons of a Bachelor.
When a girl says she's glad she isn't
a man, you may be pretty sure she's
bowlegged or something.
St. Peter couldn't have been married.
If he had been, he wouldn't have the
heart to keep any married man out of
It always makes a man mad to have
bis wife start to read over a lot of old
fool letters lie wrote her before they
were married.
To a gool many people home& means
a place where the husband can sit and
smoke in his shirt sleeves and where the
wife can go around with ;o corset on.
The reason why women are always
so tuterested in a bride is because the
married ones are wi..rciing whether
she knows as much as they do, and the
unmarried ones are wondering whether
they know as much as she does.-New
York Press. -
The -most retroactite feature of the
Dingley bill-is the provison for paying
back to the big manufacturers their cam-
paign oontributions.'
SCROFULA in its worst form
yields to the blood cleansing power
of Hood's Sarsaparilla. Thousands of

rzS~ -- ~ '' .. -9i,- I ~ -. ~ ~ ~ ^"~~ ~ ~:~ i~ .-; -. Lci

--Go to Maxori & Brock's for stoves
and tin ware.
-"Lewis' men's and women's Ox-
ford ties, from $1 to $2, and a nice lot of
patent tip low cuts at $1 a pair at at L.
. Ware & Co's.
-The St. Andrews Horticultural. &
Improvement Company has closed a
contract with a gentleman in Colorado
to clear, fence and plant in fruit trees,
ten acres of land one mile northeast of
Parker, upon which work has already
commenced. o
-The St. Andrews Brass Band has
its arrangements all complete for the
grand masquerade ball on the evening
of St. Valentine's Day, and now, if the
weather-maker will do his duty there is
no doubt but that it will be the great-
est and most enjoyable social event of
the season.
-A project is on foot for connecting
the Laird Mill Bayou turpentine works
by telephone with St. Andrews and the
St. Andrews Bay, Chipley and Vernon
line, with J. R. Saunders, proprietor of
the tupentine camp at the head of it.
If proper aia is extended, the line will
doubtless touch Harrison, Cromanton,
Parker and ?ittsbut*ti M l l
other forward move toward the devel-
opment of the E .st Bay country. In
ill probability, the line will be com-
pleted in less than ninety days.
--A convention will be held in Pen-
sacola, Feb. 16, at the rooms of the
Young Men's Business League, for the
purpose of providing ways and means
for an exhibit of West Florida at the
Trans-Mississippi and International Ex.
position to be held at Omaha, Nebraska.
Each county in West Florida is entitled
to one delegate to the above convention
and it-is urged upon the people to see
that their respective county commis-
sioners, at their next meeting, select
some one to represent their county at
-The children of the St. Andrews
public school, under the direction of
their teachers observed Arbor Day by
planting out numerous trees, with ap-
propriate ceremonies. These Arbor
Day exercises are very pretty and in,
teresting, but they might be vastly im-
proved if some system of instruction at-
tended the planting that would in a
measure insure the life of the trees.
As it is, probably not one tree in a
thousand survives the first season. It
is certainly well to encourage th? youth
of the land to plant trses; but if they
could in the meantime be taught how
to plant them, how much better would
be the results

Hood's Pi

are the best after-dinner
jAlls, aid digestion. sc.

of Dr.
last wit
that p.
Dr. KU
and to
get be
a doze
and wI
for co
do thil
&I- j

lihe Surprise ot Ali.
ames Jones, of the drug firm of
Son, Cowden,.Ill., in speaking
ing's New Discovery, says that
ter his wife was attacked with
c, and her case grow so serious
ysicians at Cowden and Pana
nothing for her. it seemed to
into hasty consumption. Having
g's New Discovery in store, and
lots of it, he took a bottle home,
he surprise of all she began to
ter from the first dose, and half
dollar bottles cured her sound
11. Dr. King's New Discovery
ghs and colds is guaranteed to
work. Try it. Free trial bot-
-1 A -=_ ....

Poor a l Weak
Catarrh and BIonchlal Trouble-
Had no Appet te- Now Better In
Every Way-A .Delicate Child.
"Some time sineb I took a sudden cold
and could not get yd .ft it. Being subject
to catarrh and bronchial trouble I coughed
terribly. I lost %y appetite and grew
poor and weak ai)d I did not feel like
work. I began ticing Hood's Sarsapa-
rilla. In a shoreime the cough disap-
peared, I slept wehf, had a good appetite
and I was Letteriin every way.., Last
spring I was not filing well, Ihad no ap-
petite and no stingtbu I resorted to
Hood's Sarsaparilla and soon felt more
like work. My lt1le nephew was a deli-
cate child and ha, a humor which trou-
bled him so he could not rest at night.
He has taken a fe bottles of Hood's Sar-
saparilla and noW ie has a good appetite
and is able to 'e p." Miss ABBIn J,
FREEMAN, South >uxbury, Mass.
J 9 Sarsa-
iO- Su parilla
Is the One True BIQ l urfler. All druggists. $1.

TIh Talc A atlt ytiY er.
Detroit Fre Pi ess.
,"Speating of gun flints reminds
me of hbystacks and bulifiddles," re-
marked a traveling salesman for a
New York firm with a big trade all
over this broad land of freedom, '*but
one of' the oddest things lever fell
into twid g.t safe oat of' without
calling for tile police or. resorting to
a lifet pieerver occurred down in
Harper's Ferry, which, notwithstand-
i ig half of the letters to summer vis-
irjr.' there are addressed by loving
friends to either Harper's Ferry, Md.,
or Harper's Ferry. Va., is really in
West Virginia- and has been since
1863 tlihougli for a hundred and eigh-
teen years l-ievious to that date it
as i:1 Virg~i'ia.
"Oh. yes," he continued, in re-
Aponse to a query, "it's the same
old place where John Brown droppedd
a cog .in October, 1859, and less than
six weeks later 'Old Governor Wise
pit the specs upon his eye- and sent
him t6-'tije happy land of Canaan,'?
in the words of the lyric poet. But
you're getting me off the subject.
WV hat I wanted to talk about hasn't
any politicM in it.
"I got Iff a B. & 0. train there
once, ulhen the level of the road was
down hiree the old bridge used to
be and iheu there was a restaurant
not fa'r a which lived mos'ly on
1th.i iT aTiJ, W I knew the ,at8-
lio.ufent, a mighty piuins man by
t nauie of t-'hanibers, (1 suppose
hl'i dafle a nd u.sil to living in heav-
ii y IhV tNiime), and 1 asked Ch amn-
letis, wtwiln the tii .in stopped and had
t, i-tay'thee lthiii tymiiunte for some-
thing or other, if there was a place in
lihe three 'i-lti's where I could get a
!itef ofi itor meant. Ho pointed out
the little restaurant and told me the
esiiaurant man wa; a friend of his
andil iealso served oysters in every
'l'hat was enough for me and I
toddled along that way and slipped
in to see hat there was to be had.
Thu boss of tic cookery was a man
that stuttered and, he was apparently
a heiious kind of a man besides,
which all stuttering men ate, more
01 less, I believe. He did not have
thlie muist invilin;g place I ever saw,
but an oyster under certain circum-
stances is as safe as an egg and I
took hol0e
'Can I get some oysters here?' I
in iuire I.e
"- *Ye-e-s, s-s-s-ir,' he answered.
In any style?'
'Y-e-e-s. s-s-sir.'
"'Well, give me a half dozen
fried. icest you've got, please.'
*' 'Y-4-0-s, s-s-sit,' and as he
a,'Bsu\Mied lie turned toward a corner
tovie where on a shelf
against tLe.' wall 1- saw a.vessel in
winch flir the first time I noticed a
big bladk cat curled up fast asleep.
Giving the vessel a shako good
naturedly, and at the same time
smiling at me, the cook stuttered:
"'S8-c-c-c-at, Jim! Git out of the
skillet. The gentleman wants a try.'
"It was the funniest performance I
ever witnessed," concluded the di um-
mer, "and I almost had a spasm. but
somehow I couldn't feel that I had
done the right thing unless 1 took
the fry up to Chambers, and telling
the restaurant man some kind of a
lie to get him to put the oysters in a
dish, 1 carried them to Chambers,
who nater knew the difference, of
course, and thought I had eaten a
dozen r two'mysell."



Buying Off a Road Agent.
After Arizona Bill had held up three
or four of the stages on the Deadwood
line the manager sent word to him to
meet him at a certain point for a busi-
ness talk, and both were on hand at the
appointed hour.
"Look here, Bill," began the man-
ager, "how much are you making out
of this deal:?
"Just fair agese" replied Bill. "I
think I got about $600 off the four
stages, and that's nothing to brag about.
Some of the boys on the other lines are
raising $1,000 at a clip. It's a poor lot
of passengers you are sending out, colo-
"They are afraid to travel with mon-
ey, and this thing has got to stop. The
sheriff says he can hunt you down in a
"He's a duffer, colonel, and you know
it. He can't hunt me down in a
"But I can hire four or five men to
track you down and kill you."
"You can hire 'em, of course, but
they'd want big pay, and then they
might pot find me. Take it all around,
colonel, I've got the bulge on your line.
None of the drivers can shoot for shucks,
and as for the passengers, tHpeouirtrt



Will Leave

Brackin's Wharf

On the Morning of Feb. 19,
Arrive in Mobile the following morn-
ing. Leave Mobile the night of
Feb. 23,1.

Round Trip, $5

riaIs, 25c@

Tl'i gives all the time needed to
see tie entire attractions
of tlihe

Ma rai Gras Displays

On Watson Bayon is off.redi f(,r rent
1',ir olei seao-in with pitiViege of two
toI the rig lt party, who will take
good care of tlihe remiises. hlrt -is a
Splendid Opportunityl
For pariiculars apply at Buoy office.

Another Bargain in Real Estate.
TheKilberg place, 2 miles northeast
of Parker, consisting of 80 acres find
timbered land, being the west half of
the southwest quarter of section 6, tp
4s, range 13w; 4 ,acres fenced with
picket fence and in cultivation, with
several fruit trees, grape vines, etc.,
and a habitable shanty. Price $300
partly on time if desired. For particu-
lars address the BuoY.

154 to 164 N. Commerce St., MOBILE. Ala.



Dry Goods, Notions Gents' Furnishing Goods,
6, 8,10 and 12, Soutb Water St., MOBILE, Ala.



Sole A.aits -r Lemni .Extra Pale BottHd Beer. ,
SSole ents for DUPONT'S 4k _ER.J
15-17 Commerce St., MOBILE, Alas



Feed and Sale Stable,






Parties en route for St. Andrews Bay or other pointe
can arrange for conveYvance at reasonable rates by ad-
dressing, A. J. GAY, Chipley, Florida.




East Bay Cash Store,


Our Stock is Complete, Our Prices the Lowest
W lThe 'Trading Pi',lic is assnrel that .ve will not be undrsold.ch,
The Highest Market Price Paid for Country Produce I 'f:

U'3C*4,94 .C *-c* C4

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J. LYONS, Pres,t. J. F. DRAGO, M'r.


1Ier1 anC O~fra~iu 0 Dealrs



Geo. S. Hacker & Son,


Sash, floors, Blinds,

Buildiuer MIaterial.
Window and incy Glass a
Everybody Says So.
Cascarets Candy Cathartic. the most won-
dcrf'il medical disco\' erv of thle age, pleas-
ant and refrvslhing to the. taste, act gently
andt positively on kidnes,. liver and bowels,
cleansing' the entire systn m, dispel colds,
curo licadache, fever, habitual constipation ,
and biliousness. Please buy and try a box
of (. C. C. to-day, 10, 25, 50 cents. roldand
guaranteed to cure by all druggists.


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I II I -I -., I ; ,, ,- I %. s -. % A

The Most Severe Storm'Il nid tIle She Becomes the Country's Poetess Ian-
Coldest WVeatler Experiellced reatess and Tackles the Inauguration.
for Years, "It is a sad fact," writes the Bulbul
S esidonti9 ,i St A .;,l,..w.s l hi. s ,,A of Pohick, "that this ,; coutrv has not

T'huisday, Feb. 10, 1898.

Corrected bit L. V1. Ware & Co.
4ugAr, ... Tea, lb
Granulated ..;;;(% He No....... 75
Coffee,A. .... (..61 Gunpowder.. 80
Lt brgown..... 8 Uncol'd Jap.. 50
coffee, Cond inilk, 1 can
Green.... 12@20 Unsweetn'a. 1234
Arbuckle, 6 lT $i SwIeetdhed... 8/3
singer snaps 31t 25 Baking powder
3rackerssoda. 7 Royal ...... ..50
tobacco, plug 25a50 Campbe. ..... 10
.laisias Canned fruit
London l ayers. .12/S2 Peaches.... 15a20
Vaimecia...... 8 T omatoes...... 7a10
tic( ....... 6' Apples.... .... 10
Apples Pears ......... 15
Evaporated...8/3 Plums......... 25
Dried Peaches 8 Apricot.....,.. 25
oal Oil prgal .... I Strawberries... 20
uasolite ....... .W Pineapple. .. W
i.t;. B' oa lt I e-... 12e
S... or ied Beef..VI.1'
cheesee b .... 15 Cipped Beef.. '20
Butter......... 25 lobster. ..... 2
Lard .... ..... 6 Salmon.... ... 15
oeans..... .... 4 Canned Vegetables
Cocoanut pkg... 10 Baked Beans... 15
Fiuit Pnddine. ... 10 Corn ......... 121
Jelly, glass '. 5t25 Peas... ... ... 15
Lime Juice . 5 I'0umpkin ...... 15
Eggs per.doiz. 15
rlour Pork
S (J .... 2,$5 -D. S. pr 1b..... ;6J
Majestic,... 3.00 Bacon Sides.... .7
lorn Meal prlim :60 Fresh ....... 8ai()
a4 Meal pr lb... 5 Br'kf'st Bacon.. 11
.#Orl-per bu........58 Ham canvassed 13
Potatoes Shoulders..... 10
Irish..... 1 20 Beef
karly R'se seed 1.20 Corned......... 8
Sweet.....60@75 Fresh......... 8al0
4alt, pr sack.. . 85 Dried. ........ 25
Table ........ 5 Milk prqt ...... 10
Nails, Der 1b3L/a4i Ax,with handle. 80
Galv wire do.6ai6i Hoes, each.... 35a50
9lanilla rope.. .9al2Copper paiint, can 45
Itdcves cook,. .$8a25 Linseed oil, gal55@60
Pipe, per joint 15
Prints, per yd... 5a8 Checks ....... 5a6
Sheetitgs ... 5a9 Flantiel ....... 15a40
luslin....... 9all Thread per spool. 5
Jeans ...... 15a45 Shoes, ladies. $1a2 75
Extra pants pat 225 Men's... $140a300
Hay pr cwt. .75al.lit Oats pr hbu....... 40
Bran....... -9."al.05 Brick pr M..... 13.00
Rope SiRaj .... .79 Lime pr hbI...... 75
Oranges pr doz. Pecans pr lb..... 15
Apples......... 12 Walnuts. ....... .20
Lemons......... 30 Almonds........ 15
In shell prl,000 1.r0 Opened pr qt .. 15t.
Horses... $80al00 Cows....... $15a$25
Mlules... $100a$155 Hogs ....... .$3 to $
'xen pr yoke $,40 Sheep......... $. 2
Siickenseach 15a25 Geese each. 4.5a50
- .- rL k' 752L1.00. 1 LU s .- ........ 15,120
GA Mb.
Ve'tison pr 11b 7a10 Turkeys...... 75al .00
rcseh Salt
Mullet pr doz 25c Mullet pr lbil 5.0(1
Trout. ....., 25 Trout ........ 4.50
PoLnipano pr'II. 6 Pompano .. 10.00
$turgeon..... 10 Mackeral .... 8.00

-.-tXrt, ,m...$16.00 Heart,
Ftac .... 14.00 Face
tAp ... .10,00 Sap.
Drop siding, 'Cl
Heart face inm 15.00 .x6 ini
Sap 10.00 Finishi
Buff lumber.. 8@12 l2er, c
Jeartshniglea, 2.50 Lath,
p I 1.50 Boat

mini. ..$14.0()
.. 12.00
t. m. ..$1 .o00
1. ..$12 @15.00
min. .... 2.00
ssed. ....$20

I)eafness Canunot be Cared
by local applications, as they cannot
tiach the disbUsed portions of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
*nd that is bj constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi-
tion of the mucous lining of the Eustach-
'ean tube. When this tube gets inflamed
yVu have a rumbling sound or imperfect
hearing, and when' it is entirely closed
deafness is the result, and unless the in-
flammation can be taken out and 0t is tube
restored to its normal condition, hearing
will be destroyed forever; iiine cases out
'often, are caused by catarrh, which is
Uiothing but an inflamed condition of the
.mucous surfaces.
Ie will give One Hundred Dollars for
iny case of deafness (caused by catarrh)
that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Care. Send for circulars free
j :J. J. CHENEY& Co., Toledo, 0.
D A1fr by Druggists, 75'c.
H al. L namil rPills arehtbe best.

apide inns iq_ Hungary generay
rejoice to very qfTiint titles. This one
Was called the Dropperin, and had the
umal sign out6ide--viz, a long pole,
With wooden ring and a gigantic wine
"Xttle suspended from it. The system of
keeping the scores i4 primitive, but
practical. The regular customers and
the innkeeper each have a bit of wood
called rovas, with the name of the
.person written on it, and every liter of
wine consumed is marked by each mak-
ing a notch on his respective bit 'of
wood. When the score is paid off, both
the rovas are burned. Consequently you
hear the peasants inviting each other to
Ingyonroviasmora, literally, drink on
mny "knotch stick," which sounds most
comical.-H. Ellen Browning in "Wan-
derings In Hungary."

Wtle of "Arabian Nights."
The late Sir Richard Burton's trans-
lation of the "Arabian Nights"' was
sold qut in ten days and brought $80,-
000, U'pon which he and his wife lived
loyally for five years. At his death but
$2 rehiained of the sum, and Lady Bur-
ltop deposited it in the poorbox of heor
church: .

wave of Feb. 1, was 28 degrees, and
can well afford to sympathize with
their less fortunate fellow-beings who
had to endure the raging elements as
described in the following New York
dispatch of that dite:
The storing which began Sunday
night swept over New York with
great fury and today was central in
twe New England States. Northern
New .ork is snow-biund. Business
has bcet, at a stand-till in many of
the smaller towns, with wires down,
trains blocked, and railway traffic
great ly impeded.
The "up state" residents have
suffered from the cold, which ranged
as low as 20 degrees and more below
zero. At, Uuiy. Tinj, Sitsp.uga,
atid ifiany Mt.'er places ill the state
as much sl two and three feet of snow
has fil'en, and reports are to the ef-
fect that the blizzard is still raging,
the worst storm since the memorable
one of 1888. Citizens of New York
city have had to battle their way to
business against a gale of wind that
at times swept along at forty miles
an hour and carried drifts of snow
with it.
Officer Dunn of the Meteorological
depaitmtent, tonight said the mercury
is going dov n lower. Great delay
was caused to the railway mail ser-
vice; that from the northern part of
the state has been practically cut off
and trains on the New York Central
were four hours late. From 10,000
to 12,000 men have been at work,
with thousands of teams, carting
away the snow, but still there is no
apipreciable effect of their work to be
The east end of Long Island has
been. blockaded by the drifting snow.
The Long Ibland railway was com-
pletely covered today. Snow plows
driven by the most powerful engines
(i t(lie road are now battling with the

To Cure A Cold in one Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet.
All Druggists refund the money if thev
fail to Cure. 25c.- -

Progress In Modern Athens.,
The progress of the modern capital of
Greece will not astonish American read-
ers, but Athens in no way resembles
New York or Chicago, nor is Greece
America. Between the two countries
there is no point of comparison whatso-
ever. The Americans, springing from
and connected with a powerful European
nation, began their career with all the
advantages and few of the drawbacks of
civilization. They had only to confront
the physical obstacles to their possession
of the extensive territories which at-
tracted and rewarded their enlightened
energy, and immigration accelerated
the formation of a glorious common-
wealth. The Greeks, emerging from
ages of debasing serfdom, had no politi-
cal or social or intellectual preparation
for the work of regeneration. After hav-
ing achieved by dint of desperate efforts
the independence of a part only of their
land and race they had to undergo a
series of revolutions before settling
down into an organized body politic.
Moreover, the belief that the national
unity is not yet complete has tended,
and long may tend, to retard the work
of internal development. Neither these
considerations, nor the fact that the
whole country was a scene of desolation
at the close of the war of independence,
must be lost sight of in forming a judg-
ment as to the progress thus far effect-
ed.-D. Bikelas in Century.

Deer In London.
Deer thrive and multiply in London.
A year or two ago a few of these ani-
mals were presented to the county coun-
oil with a request that they should be
kept in Oliissold park. So quickly did
the deer multiply that it was presently
found possible to transfer a number ot
them to Victoria park, 'And flrther
thinning out has been found necessary.

When bilious or co.tive, take a Cascare
candycathartic, cure guaranteed, 10c, 25c
Cascarets stimulate the liver, kidneys and
bowels Never s icken, weaken or gripe
50 cents

Jailkwon'a Protection Prophecy.
The corporations and wealthy indi.
viduals who are engaged in large man-
ufacturing establishments desire a high
tariff to increase their gains. Design-
ing politicians will support it to concil-
iate their favor and to obtain the means
for profase expenditure for the purpose
of purchasing influence in other quar-
ters. Do not allow yourselves, my fel-"
low.citizens, to be misled in this sub;
ject. It is a system of injustice, and it
persisted in will lead to corruption and,
must end in ruin.-Andrew Jackson ini
His Farewell Address.

Free Pills.
Send your address to H. E. Bucklen &
Co Chicago, and get a free sample box
of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial
will convince you of their merits. These
pills are easy in action and are Darticu-

of a fly is soconstruted larly effective in the cure of constipa-
Seye o y is soonstrcted as to tion and sick Headache. For malaria
bring-the entire horizon within his cir- and liver troubles,they have been prov-
ele of observation, a fact which, explains ed in valuable. They are guaranteed to
the extreme alertness of these insects in be perfectly free from every deleterious
Oqmapini attack. substafice and to .be purely vegetable.
They do not weaken by their action,
Miss VaMsar-How large do you sup- but by giving tone to the stomach and
pose the ancient horn of plenty was? bowels greatly invigorate the system.-
Colonel Pluegrass-Not less than five Regular size 25c per box. Sold by all
# 9 '*-b New York Sunday Journal. di uggists:.

got any p1(,et laureate inor poetes laIn-
reae.ss. 1 feel it
my duty to see
that so great an
occasion as that
which we have
S just witnessed in
Washington i s
X n o t neglected.
What is every-
"% body's business
is nobody's busi-
'i ness, and I do not
wish to see this
duty shirked. Of
course, the sub-
ject will be much
THE BULBUL. wrote on. In-
deed, it is owing to a prevailing impres-
sion that anybody who has some spare
time and a postage stamp can do a stint
in the poetry line that I take my pen in
hand to tend to the job right before the
opportunity is spoiled:"
Some people they long for the Fourth of July,
With bright roman candles and pinwheels and
Rockets, ;"'S Oftt us the fourth of.March I"
say I. . 0
We have plenty of fireworks on March ftr
And lk1krise a great inr,:ny things more.. :-
It was sim ply glorious th..t parade to view,
Gayly tripping down the avenue,
A fitting tribute to a president's powers.
To pass a given point took it several hours.
They were marching purely for love of their
native land,
All except a few who play in the band.
But business is business, as we all understand.
There was an audience from all parts of the
Hundreds of thousands at the lowest calcula-
And it must have done those president's heart'
To realize that each would
Hold office if he could.
"They comet They comel"-hoar the joyous-
Some with whiskers and some without.
Think of all those gallant men in line,
And yet I am nobody's valentine.
But more than the doings out in the street
I love to witness the joy complete
Where on the sidewalk, like merry elves.
Folks hustle around and enjoy themselves,
Only I did occasionally wish the police
Could stop some of the noises, so that we could
have peace.
But, alas, this life was always sol
No pleasure did we ever know
But what there happened something or other
That made it different from what you'd rather.
--Washington Star.

A Woman's Best Friend,
Is Dr. Coonley's famous Orange Lily. It
is a guaranteed CURE for painful periods,
leuchorthoea and all female troubles, by
an APPLIRD TREATMENT. It cures where all
other remedies fail. We want every
suffering woman to use this wonderful
remedy, and will send FREE OF CHARGE, a
valuable Medical Health Guide, and
TRIAL TREATMENT upon receipt of vour ad-
dress. What more can you ask? Write
at once and cure yourself AT HOME, with-
out a doctor Price $' for full month
treatment. If your druggist does not
keep it, send $1 direct to the Coonley Med-
ical Institute, Detroit, Mich., and receive
it by return mail, all charges prepaid.
Mention this paper when you write.

The "Book of Advertisement" would,
at the present day, mislead most read-
ers by its title. It was prepared at
the command of Queen Elizabeth and
printed in 1565. The purpose of the
book was to-dcfine the doctrines, disci-
pline and ritual of the English church,
so that uniformity should be secured in
Great Britain. This book was the di-
rect origin of a denominational title in
England, for, after its publication,
Sampson, dean of Christ church, in Ox-
ford, and Humphrey, professor of divin-
ity at Oxford university, with others,
dissented from some of the doctrines it
contained; hence they Were called non-
The evidence in the case proves Hood's
Sarsaparilla cures rheumatism, dyspepsiui
catarrh, that tired feeling, scrofula, salt
rheum, boils, humors and all blood dis-
Hood's Pills are prompt, efficient, al-
ways reliable, easy to take, easy to op-
era.te. U25c.

Gen R. E. LEI
S O LD T E s ., ,
And Christian Patriot.

A Great New Book for the People!

Everywhere to show sample pa'es and
get up Clubs.

Money can be made rapidly and a vast
amount of good done in circulating
one of the hrblest .historical works
published duringthe last quarter
of a century.
Active Agaet Uase Now Reapiug a Rich
Some of our best workers are selling
Over 100 Books a Week.
Mr. A. G. Williams, Jackson county,
Mo., worked four days and a half aud
secured 51 orders. He sells the book
to almost every man he meets. Dr. J.
J. Mason, Muscogee county, Ga., sold
120 cosies the first five days he canvass-
ed. H. C. Sheets, Palo county, Tex.,
worked a few hours and sold 16 copies,
mostly morocco binding. J. H. Hanna,
Gaston county, N. C., made a month's
wages in three days canvassing for this
book. S. M. White, Callahan county.
Tex., is selling books at the rate of 144
copies a week.
The work contains Biogralphical
of all the Leading- Generals, a vast
of Historical Matter, and a large num-
ber of Beautiful Full-Page Illustrations.
It is a grand book, and ladies and gen-
tlemen-who can give all orany part of
their time to the canvass are bound to
make immense sums of money hand-
ling it..
showing the different stvles of binding.
sample pages, and all material ne essa-
ry to work with, "will be sent for 50
cenits. The magnificent gallery of
portraits alone in the prospectus is
worth double the money. We furnish
it at far less than. actual cost of manu-
facture, and we would advise you to or-
der vuickly, and got exclusive control
of the best territory. Address
11th and Main Sts., RICHMOND, Va.

1 he bladder was crealdfil.jr one pur-
pose, namely, a receptacle fir the uine,
and as sueh it is no. liable toably tfor of
disease except by one of tw w1ys. The
first way is Iroi i .. i, ,:t 1 C 1.i uI o the
Skinn. >. The ;cCont way is.i'L<"t careless
ic.4i Li rakt iJ1Il-ol utiiher U.tised.
Unhealthy urine from uiheallhy kid-
neys is the chief cause of llaider troudies.
So the womb, like the blad~dr, was creat-
ed for one purpose, and i' noi doctored too
much is not liable to we.tknfs or disease,
except in rare cases. It i13ituated back
of and very close to the bladder, therefore
any pain, disease or incounvtnieace mani-
fested in the kidneys, bact, bladder or
urinary passage is often, by.mistake, at-
tr-buted to female weak tss or womnb
trouble of some sort. The horror is easily
made and may be as easilyiavoided. To
find out correctly, set your 1ine aside for
twenty-four hours; a sedi-n nt or settling
indicates kidney or bladder trouble The
mild and the extraordinary ef'ect of Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney
and bladder rernedv'~is soun realized. It
you need medicine .sou huiild ha'e the
best. At, druggis .tils, t e ciit and one:dol-
lar. You mav have a amplee bottle and
pamphlet both st-ni free yv fanil. Mention
the B3coy and send your tidress to Dr.
Kilmer & Co. binghlitnitoui, N. Y. The
proprietor of this paper guaraitetes the
genuineness of this tfler.

Don't TobaGso ,
Itf v,*, waat to quit tofccj '1ng easily
an.l f )-i-ve-r. be maIde wCell, sitrNug, ruLgu-tlic,
rull i.f i4Vl life and vigor, ta, e ,j-T'.,-BuBc,
the wonder-worker, that imaes weak men
strong. Many gain ten pounds in tendays.
Over 400,000 cured. Buy No-To-Bac of your
druggist, under guarantee to cure, 50p or
,,.00. Booklet and sample mAiled free.'Ad.
C sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or New York.


GAI. ATrA. i LS., ov. 1, 18M3.
Paris Mediclno Co., St. Louis, Mo.
G.nrlimen:--.''e sold Iat year. R bottles of
boigh'. lhr e 'e gre-s already this year. In all ir ex-
p-i-rh e rif' il yeir". in the dirug business. have
never s.uld nn nnicie that Savo stan U i dersaltatita
,fovuc as your 'ione.


M rs. L. Stone,

C r. BienaVita av. & Drae st.


At Reasonable Rates!

$350 Will buy Ten Acres of
LaiI in iithe sw qr of sec. 35, tp 3s.
t 14w., with I frnislihed cttae suita-
ble for isnall family, nfeol.d with
oo(d lence, under liglh state of c tli.-
vation, large assortiiient of bearing
fruit trees a nd vines, stable and out-
houses, farming tools, and good ox
and, light wagon.
All Goes for $3501
Address the BUOY, St. Andrews. Fla.

PILES 8ni storPI
Sis guaranteed to cure IILES.
and CONSTIPATION (ieding itch rotruding,
inward), whether of recent or- I i.ln, Ir mio y
a refunded. Itgives instant rti..i "I, W.edis a radical
mand p rmanent cure. No s,,,..l -.fi1,4n .- 1 uirc ..
Try t and relief your suffei"Ir. S.I riJ.l rlJt I te i-
i moniala and free sample. ('..i.. r t. a I I'.i: ale
by druggists, or sent by mail on receipt ofprice.
SMARTIN RUDY, Reg. Phalaacist, Lancaster, Pa.
Sold at St. Andrews Bay, Fla., at
At Dr. Mitchell's Drug Store.

to houseKeepers-


Extra ct. '
telling how to prepared many deli-
cate and delicious d ishes.
Address Liebig Co., P. o. 0.ox 2718, New
York. iMenlion this paper.

remotea 1 B!ridnt growth.
N peverf toai a ,Atore Gray
Hair to its Yovthful Color.
C* calp dieg phair ting.


SWlET PEASone Pkt. of
each variety foronly 6 t
I M4vs of Talm* w u
ladia opy o 18 fi9MCatalog" se NiMOVA nCUM,
-M I. 1-. UMMKT. us I" Sw tj.."W "-i.-_

"Squallinger, what has become of
your carriage and span of bays?"
"Had to sell them, Flickinger. I'm
keeping a baby carriage ad span of
twins. "-Chicago Tritbune.

The royal Irish constab
only police force in the Kia
is practically on a military
members of which are drili
ciplined as soldiers.

Nero's eyeglass, through
nearsighted tyrant watohedl
trial games, was an emeri
the form of a lens.

rulary is the
rgdom which
footing, the
led and dis-

Swhich the
the gladia-
8ld, cut into



Capital Stock of 500,000 Shaies
of $10 }Each- fully paid and
non-assessable, of which 250,-
000 Shares are now offered for
subscription at par.
There are many persons who desire to
go to the gold fields of Alaska the coin-
ing season, who have not enough ready
money available to enable th mn to do so.
To all such, we would advise th. desir-
ability of forming a local syndicate of
three or more persons, and jointly pur-
chase 500 shares of our stock, and select
one of your number to go and prospect
and mine for joint account.
With parties fortiing such syndicate,
this company will contract to send out one
of their number for each 500 shares oft'
stock purchased from it at par, and main-
tain such party there for one year from
the date of arrival at the gold fields, sup-
plying him with food, tools, and all things
requisite to enable him to prospect for
gold, and with help to develop and work
all good claims located bv him .--th
claims to be located in the name of tile
syndicate and the ALA.KA-KLONDVKE Gui.
MIING Co., and to be owned jointly And
equally share and share alike.
Wite for j ircuIar--Full Particulars.
JAMES RICE, late S.crctary State of
WM. SHAW, capitalist, Chicago;
E. M. TITCOMB. Vice P'resident and Ge'n-
eral Mlanager Eastman Fruit Dispatch
H.C. .FASIT,member Maritime Exchange,
New York;
GEO. W. MORGAN, Circl, City. Alaskal;
GEO. T. DURFEE, Fall River, lMass.
Hon. L. H. WAKEFIELD, Associate Jus-
tice First District Court, South Framn-
inglia in, Mass.;
Hon. G. Q. RICHMOND, late President
Court of Appcals, Denver, Col.;
S. G. UPDEGRAFF, late Treasurer Ly-
coming county, Willianmsport, Penn.;
SAMUEL M BRYAN, President Chelia-
peake and Potomac Telephone Co.,
Washington. D. C.;
Dr.R.C. FISHER, 1,321 Michigan av.,
Chicago, Ill1.:
Col. P. A. HUFF dAN, Detroit, Mich;;
M. 3. B. SWIFT, Attorney at Law, Fall
River, Mass.;
ISAAC W. t-COTT, Deputy Collector,
Cedar Rapids, Iowa;
WM. F. McKNIGHT, Attorney at Law,
Grand Rapids, Mich.
The business ot the Alaska-Klond. ke
Gold Mining Company will Ibe to nii a
line of steamers on the Yukon River, and
Between Seattle and the different itrts ot
Alaska, open supply stoves t the differ
ent camps, do a general Transportation,
Commercial and Banking Business, and,
in addition den! in Mining Clainis, and
work the Mines already owned and that
may hereafter be acquired by the Coin-
The Company Controls the Fol-
lowiig Properties.
Eight Gold Placer claims aggregating
160 Acres in extent, located on Forty
Mile Creek, under United States mining
laws. Development has proved the pay
streak to be five feet thick, ind has
yielded placer dirt that pans from $10 to
$15 ,o the paIn. Five Gold Placer claims,
aggregating 100 Acres in exte'pt, on Por-
cupine River, lihat pans from 25 cents to
$10 to a pan. Ten Gold Placer Claims,
Aggregating 200 Acres, on the Tanana
River, panning from $10 to $50 a yard.
A Fine Gold Quartz Lode in Alaska,
which ass ys from $15 o $500 per ton.
The lode shows an enormous outcrop of
free milling ore, vein at. surface being
twelve', feet thick; on this property have
made twelve locations of 1500 feet by 300(
teet, equaling 120 acres. WE DON'T CLAIM
The estimates and statements above are
of necessity based upon information ob-
tained front our Superintendent, and are
believed and accepted by the company.
This company having acquired exten-
sive holdings of richi placer and gold
quartz properties, capable o( earning
large dividends on its stock, offers to in-
vestors advantages that insure large and
profit able returns.
Mr. George W. Morgan, oar superin-
tenident, has been on the Yukon for the
past year working ,in the interest of this
company. Therefore, we are not asking
any one to contribute to a project un-
planned, but to one thoroughly matured.
This company, witli its able aids, exten-
sive knowledge, and great resources, is
certain to become one of the richest com-
panies operating in Alaska.
Our president takes pleasure in refer-
ring you to the following list of references:
Jais. E. Dewey, Mills & Co., Bankers,
Detroit, Mich.
Louis C. Tetard, Commissioner Wold's
;Fair frcm Mexico, "TheRookery, "Chicago
John hhafroth, Representative to Con-
J. 11I. Bell, Representative to Congress,
Coleorado. .

C. C. Clement, Washington Trust Co.
Building, Washington, D. C.
Joseph C. ,elm, ex-Chief Justiee of
Chas. D. IHayt, Chief Justice of Col.
C. B. Maugham, 219 Times-Herald,
Chicago, Ill.
Maurice Joyce, E'lecfro. Picture, Star
Building, Washington, D. O.
Capt. J. J. Lambert, owner and editor
Chieftain, Pueblo, Col.
S. L. Hflleghman, Tax Agent M.P.'1.R.,~
St. Louis, Mo.
I. E. Gowai., Drexel Co., Philadelphia.
The full-paid stock is now offered at
TEN DOLLARS per Share. Send your
orders to the

AlasN a 1ndylGBdWA Minin Co..

t. Andres Poultry Yards,
G. W. SURBER, SR., Prop.,
-Breeder of Pure-

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OUR Iowa Silver Mine Corn Is the greatest producer in tha world. ^7 ^vaQ~iJ.1
Y'ielde 21. bu. per acre in Iowa, 211 bu. lI Indlana, 2U1 be. \ : "
In Arkawa:n. ai:d immense crops In J'lorida and e'ery*hero Is the
purest, handsomest, and largest dared 100-day obrn In existence.
Most piolitabio, best drouth resister. These are big claims but we can Mi
prove them. '1 his cut shows shape of grain and tha groweorf the 215
bushel crop. This is the noted "Chipley Corn," which created such a ~
sensation last year in the South. Price $200 per bushel. Losa in
TO readers of this paper a small sampole of this-obrn alid
a copy of our large Illustrated. catalogue, giving full pat-
ticulars and much valuable information for every wide awake intelll-
gent farmer. Hundreds of illustrations.
IOWA SEED CO.., Established 1871. DES MOINES. IOWA.





Drugs, Medicaifls, Fancy ToletAriiclS

I Handle no Quack Nostrums

______ DR. J- J, KESTER, M, D. Druzxai t

Captain, JAS. E.CLARK.

Mobile to Carrabelle, via Pensacola, St. Andrews

Bay, Cromanton and Apalachicola.

255 Tons Burden. Passenger Capacity 501
T)-4. -S-El 1T,*: ., *

Mobile to AndrewsBay and 00 St Andrews Bay to Apalachlcola.. 2'..

Apalachicola.......... 7 00 Carrabelle..... 3
Carrabelle ............ 8 00 Apalachicola to Carrabelle....... 't



5th, 15th and 25th at 7 p.m............ Mobile...........12th, 22d and 2d ,ti&
7th, 17th and 27th p.m.. J Andrewst a ...11th, 21st anad ist a.
8th, 18th and 28th a.m.........Apalachicola.........11th, 21st an lat p.'m.
9th,'19th and 29th 'a.m..........Carrabelio.... Oth, 20th and 30th noofi

Connects at Apalachicola with steamers up Chattahoochee Rive'r. -At
Carrabelle with C. T. & G. Railroad for Tallahassee.
For further information, freight rates and special rates for large parties
address, CAPT. dAS. CL LR 31abile, .tNl 'Ia t i.

Dr, Mitchell's Dru S1tioI '


Fresh and of Guaranteed Purity.

Offers His Professional Services to the Citizens of Sti Andrews and
Surrounding Country.
May be ',und at bis residence on Biuenna Vista avenue at night.


PENSACOLA, Fla, Opposite Waiting Inoom of Union Depot,
Is the Piace for Passengers Coing to and from

Rooms Comfortable! Terms Reasonable! .
* 4 4 4 4 4 **4 ;
e LOGUE FOI. 1898 .
One party writes as follows of our i97 ef t
Sloge: 'Will you ple-sen sed seacopy o. C
Vi valuable Nu:-sery Cii lh,.: ue I had a e, py. but
have oaned it. I fiil to u, auy, in eire'.i V
Sth,.ns in it that I 'dto n.t wsh 1o ht iatnua t

SOur i v ir S C.ila .:e will ci'.-' I thewil
g good ceati:res ufthe z -' c .1 ali .,3C.-ri rai3 ,'r
new onei.. Flily miIh.trat.ed wi h maizy new
Pliotographti Views. We oft n iSafuh luI zdoa
~ Friait and Oruamental Treesanid Sh Iba Lsadlptl d
toSouthern planting. Ca alogue Froe. Add> t
Newest and ost Profltab'e THE GRIPPING BRO C .
'eacAl for Southern Plantini. POMNOA 1tURSERIES, XACCIENNT T. *

A Newspaper Man Tells the Circumstanwee
of When It Was Made.
"The last time General Phil Sheridan
was in Milwaukee," said Bob Howard,
the newspaper man, "was when the
Army of the Cumberland held its an-
nual reunion here in 1882. A banquet
was given the association at the Na-
tional home. General Sheridan presided.
In his opening speech he was puzzled for
words, but after a fashion he managed
to stammer out something that but few
heard and less understood. I was report-
fpg the event for The Sentinel and had
taken down everything Sheridan said
just as he spoke it. When he got through,
he came around to see me and said,
"Look here, Mr. Reporter, do you want
fo please me?"
''Deed, 1 do, general.'
'Then please don't print any of that
d--d slush of mine. Just make up a
nice little speech for me.' "
Howard made up a dainty little speech I
for the commander,.pf the American
army, which greatly pglased him.
A few years later when. t e .ais on

duty at. Washibgton, t~owart'i ,,ti
frequently took him to bea.quarters,
and he always met a hearty welcome.
The first time he called' Sheridan said:
"Oh, yes, I remember youl YQu are the
man who made fhaf nice seb for'm .'
in Milwaukee."
On several occasions ib ihttdioled
Howard to his friends as th .a tior of
the best speech he ever made -, g0
Times-Herald. .
In the Wrong Order.
"He was- married andwent ray,-
ahe said, referring to a staaeient in d.
morning paper ..
. "Granting that be had any sense ilt
the first place," be returned,, "'yo must
have got the statement reversed."
"How do you mean?" she demanded
'He went crazy and marriedd' make
it seem more plausible," he answered.
-Chicago Post. ..
Wabbling Willie-Dese tUsookla is a
great blessing" :
Hungry Hank-W'y so? ?~ doein'
ride on.,
Wabbliffng Willie-Nope, bot .wash
days dere's twice as many ck6'*0 w1f
choose from. -T.ruth.

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Rough and Dressed umber of All Grades.

1'WTerms cash or endorsed notes.

.Akt txe Old :Ecl.ace


Has removed his new and extensive stock


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

Wheie he invites all old friends and the pur-,
chasing public to call and

Before Purchasing Elsewhere. All kinds of
COUNTRY PRODUCE bought and sold.
Pays the Hiehe t Price for green Salted



Salisbury Lumber Company's Mill,
Two Miles East of St. Andrews, are now prepared to furnish first-clas

Either Rough or Dressed,


Ho tiduitfral a u d Improvemnt

C o xxxp any .


The purpose of this Company is to Improve the Country adjacent toS t
Andrews Bay and to
Develop its Resources as a Fruit-Growing Country.
Y anomplish this the Company proposes to Sell Lands in tractsof Two-
nud-a.half and FiveAcres to such parties only as will improve them by the
Nre*tion of Houses. Fences and such Permanent Improvements as will enhance the
vale of each tract so disposed of, and particularly to
Plant them out in Trees, Plants and Vines,
To the end that in the shortest practicable time every su.'h tract shall be a
Source of Revenue to its Owner.



The first question wh;ch will naturally be asked will be: "Is this Com-
pany reliable"? And the answer to it is: Any person employing the Company
to make improvements may deposit an approximate payment of the estimated cost of
the same with any responsible business man or firm doing business on the Bay or in
Bank at their own home to be paid over only when the Company shall satisfacto-
tily show that the improvements have been made according to agreement.
The Company will not only improve and plant, but watch and care for
all property entrusted to its keeping, guarding against forest fires, dishonest pilferers
ftr damages from any cause possible to be prevented.
From a careful estimate of the probable expense and income of a fruit
plantation in the St. Audrews Bay country a few figures are given:
Price ofiana per acre, say $25 to $50; cost of clearing, say $20; 'oat ofplanting 1st
ar, say $30; cost of cultivation each year thereafler,$20,O
' It is not extravagant to estimate that a I-acre vineyard will on the third
year, if properly cultivated, yield $200 worth of fruit and of peaches nearly or quite
'the same, while fia should do even better than that. Then, thongh perhaps a little
longer, some of them, in coming into profitable bearing may be named pears, apricots,
nectarines, plums, prunes, mulberries, olives, Japan persimmons almonds English
walnuts, Japai. chestnuts, pecans, and a.any other varieties of fruits and nuts. which
ge almost certain to flourish here; while oranges and citrus fruits, though not con-
eldered certain yield large returns oftener than they miss
The Secretary of the Company will give particular attention to an-
eirlnagrletters of inquiry, and the Buor will in its answers to correspondents an-
ever all questions asked it.
R E M E M B E R the Company Lands will be sold on Easy
Terms of Payment; but improvements must he paid for as satisfactory proof is given
iat the work hasbeen performed. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.
Address R. E. HOWARD, Sec. W. A. EMMONS, President.
St. Andrews Bay, Fla.

Our Clubbing List.
Trh BUO1 has made very liberal club-
btag arrangements with a few of the very
hbst publications in the country and for

Gilt E ic Bariin far S-Saene!
Ond hundred and sixty acres of choice
Firming Liad in the south half of section

the present can send for a whole year 7, township 4s, of range 13w. Good
'The BUOY and Dwelling House, lIrive Well, convenient
Jeslie'aIllustrated Weekly for.... $3.00 outhouses, Fine Fruit Orchard of Pears,
DNmorest's Magazine............ 1.75 Peaches, Plums. etc., and nearly 1,000
The fia T. U. & Citizen, daily for $9 00 Grape Vines, all in bearing. If taken
do weekly,for $1 5 soon will be sold for
Scientific American' .... 3 50 $ 1,00 0!
Farmer and Fruit Grower'" ... 2 55 And the improvements alone cost a good
Flomida kgricultourist ... 2 55- deal more money. Would prefer cash
do clubsof 5, each ... 2 25 down. but might give time on one-half the
Farm Jouernl, Philad'a, monthly 1 10 purchase money. For full particulars ad-
Cinciimo SE.Enquirer twice a week d~ess the Buoy, St. Andrews Bay, Fla
8 larft pages each issue... 1 70 _-
Atlanta' Qanltitition ... 1 70 Wanted TRUSTWORTHO Y and ACT
V. Y. WVid (thrice a wosk)....... 1 75 IVE gentlemen or ladiestotravel for re-
.or a* -6r either of the above public I spocsible, established house in Florida.
or f either oft Monthly $65 and expenses. Position
ones icconnpcion with the BUOY, ad- steady. Reference. Enclose aelf-ad-
.4p* aTflorders to THE BUOY. dressed stamps envelope. The Do-
St. Andrews. Fla minion Coazsy, Dept W.Chicago.

A Woetful Awaketnii
Detroit Free Press.
Macallister Macilhenny
the silken sofa in the ma
drawing-: ooin as the fairest
his eyes had ever rested upot
the apartment. bhe was g
in the rarest laces of Aple
the silk of her gown rustl
breezes of. Araby through
berry trees uof Aden.
As she moved graceful
her visitor, the enrapture
stood spell-bound, dreaming
conquest he had made.
For six months he had b
ing fetters ot romance and lo
beautiful being who had si
self "Sara de Bean," and
was come hither at her bidd
suaded by his impassioned
She had been cold, very co!,
-for the scene of this Stol
in Boston-but the tropical
ance of his pleading had wo
luctant consent to see him
was here now to prove his
identity, and to claim this
man in all the world for bin
"I beg your pardon," he
ill-suppressed emotion, step
ward and extending his han
Mr. Macailister Macilheunn
presume I have the honor a
ure of addressing Miss de Be
She laughed a low, rippling
but did not neset his extend
with tier own.
"No," she responded wi
formality, "no. I am not
Bean. She is the old maid
pin curls who lives in th

coop across the street. 1 t
have made a mistake i i the
of the house. Good-evening
butler will show you out.'
waved a lily white hand
in its wealth of jewels rich
toward the great mahogan
through which only so sh
fore Macallister Macilhet
come, filled with the bright
tions of a lover's dream.

Artificial **Precious" S
The trade in artificial
become very important, and
ufacture has reached a con
degree of perfection. The
of some of the shops would'
deceive an expert, but th
hardness is still infallible.
paste," from which artifice
mounds is made, is a kind
with a mixture of oxide of lc
more of this used the brig
stone and also the softer, an
a serious defect. Those i
stones are now so perfectly i
are so satisfactory to those
not so particular, that their
begins to be felt in the m
real stones. By careful scl
the ingredients, the luste'
fire and water are, to the
observer, fully reproduced.
are a few tests that cannot
perfectly, for they depend ut
undiscoverable peculiarities
on chemical composition;
casual observer knows not
that. A French chemist ha
reproduced the peculiaritie
compo ition of which the
phosphate of lime. Tw
French chemists have prod
bies and sapphires having
composition as genuine st(
nearly equal hardness.
Punctures the Theory.
The opposition of the protect
ests of Massachusetts to a duty
looks like an abandonment of t
ite protectionist theory that
eigner pays the tax."
T. A. Slocum, M. C., the Greal
and Scientist, Will Send I
the Afflicted, three Bottl
his Newly Discovered R
idles to Cure onsnmy
tion and all Lung Troul
Nothing could be fairer, mor
thropic or carry more joy to the
than the offer of T. A. Slocum,
183 Pearl street, New York City
Confident that he has disco
absolute cure for consumption
pulmonary complaints, and to
great merits known, he will s
three bottles of medicine, to an
of the Buoy who is suffering fr
bronchial, throat and lung tre
c Asumption.
Already this "new scientific
medicine," has permanently cu
sands of apparently hopeless ca
The Doctor considers it his
duty-a duty which he owes to
ity-to donate his infallible cur
Offered freely, is enough to co
and more so is the perfect coof
the greatchemist making the pr
He has proved the dreaded
tion to be a curable disease bey
There will be no mistake in
the mistake will be in overloo
generous invitation. He has or
his American and European lal
testimonials of experience fro
cured, in all parts of the world.
Don'tdelay until it is too li
dress T. A. Slocum, M. C.,
street, New York, and when wr
Doctor, please give express a
office adres#, and mention rea
article in tie BeuoY,.


accept the gift, but Le never touched
the food. In the absence of the kind
hearted sailor he tossed it into the sea.
ted inter- Apparently he al-,) vowed that he would.
r on hides never enter a house and never touch a
the favor- piece of money. He kept his resolutions.
"the for. Nothing could ever induce him to cross
t~e threshold of any one of 'the little
houses of the fishermen, who began to
have a sort of affection for him, and
TI ON never once was he known to beg. The
only 1 i bera Iity that he would accept and
t Chemist that hu solicited from the munificence
ree, t of strangers was a match to light the
iFree, to flrewo6d gathr.fur vcoking his pota-
les of toes
em- The Rev. J. H. Bernard endeavored
p- to lift the veil that hid the origin and
bles. antecedents of this mysterious person-
S.hila age. The man of the caverns of Antrim
e plin endeavors in vain to live the life of a
afflicted, savage. It has been recognized by more
M. C., of than one sign that he has received a
y. good education. From time to time he
vered an reads to the fishermen some passages
and all from the Bible, but he never comments
make its upon them. There is no evidence going
end free, to prove that the man has any partiou-
lar form of insanity beyond, perhaps,
y reader the harmless one of the love of solitude.
om chest. He is always clean and neat in appear-
oulbles or the and ee&na to be sound and vigor-
ons iu body. He speaks with no accent,
course of so that it iA impossible to fix the locali-
red thou- ty from which he came. He seldom
ses. smiles, but he doesn't look sad. On the
religious contrary, he has a resigned and perfect-
D human- ly satisfied look. Who heis and why in
re. the world he lives such an extraordinary
mmend it,
idence of life nobody can tell.-London Figaro.
consump- Just try a 10c box of Cascarets, the
yond any finest liver _nd howel regulator ever made.
sending Th iTrap-Door Spider.
king the One of ie most singular specimens
orator file in of insect lie i the trap-door spider
)m those of Jamlaia. His burrow is lined,
ate. Ad- with silk,andm closed by a tr,'p-door
98 Pine with n hinge. Tlio door exactly fits
writing the the entriace to tlie burrow. and when
ding thi- closedil. s(!recisely corresponds uiith
the snrranlAir, earth that it can

I .. -

creature --
n entered There Is a My ery About Him, and No
arnitured One Can Telt W'hence He Came-His
arniturcd .o
ekay and Food Consists Wf Potatoes Only, but He
Cooks Them -frore Eating.
od a8 th
ed as There are portions of the north of Ire-
the mul- land where nature assumes a grand and
wild aspect. C the coast of Antrim
3 tow rd there is no armistice in the furious bat-
d youth tle that, since he first ages of the ter-
of the restrial globe, v4as engaged between the
g e waves and the rocks. Columns of basalt,
like gigantic stntinels, stand on guard
cen writ- to resist the invasion of the ocean, and
we to the the profound excavations made under
gned her- the granite rocjs that protect this por-
St etion of the soiljof La Verte Erin prove
now lie that the wave# must have frequently
linh per- made most vigorous onslaughts and only
appeals. retired after t'oey had mined a land
Sat first which they co d not conquer.
s It is not diffi ult to imagine that this
ry is laid majestic and isolate site should have
l Inxuri- seduced one of "the vanquished ones in
)n her re- life, one who h4d absolutely decided to
and lie separate hims-' from the society of
lure an man. The rea| hermits are becoming
"] e awl was be-

n. peared-but if a vocation for that singu-
said with larly abandoned profession could still
be felt by any one it might be in the
)ping for presence of the marvelous spectacle of
id, "I am that sea whose waves never subside, ol
a those grottos whose pillars and vaults
y, and I possess a power which the art of the
nd pleas- architect can never equal. Nature her-
ean ?" self seems to have created in those rocks
g lau a refuge for the shipwrecked, for the
ig laugh, proscribed and perhaps also for those
ded hand who despise the vanities of life.
About ten years ago a mysterious in-
dividual made his home in the grottoes
ith frigid of the coast of Antrim. The approach
Miss de of any human being seemed to inspire
with the him with an invincible repugnance. AS
soon as the cavern which he had select-
tat little ed for his refuge was discovered by the
ancy you fishermen of the neighborhood he imme-
e nutiber diately disappeared and took up his
quarters 20 or 80 kilometers farther on
g, sir; the in another retreat which appeared more
and she inaccessible. For a few months his
domicile was in an old abandoned mine,
glittering the principal gallery of which advanced
and rare. under the ground to the distance of
y portals about five kilometers, but as the inhab-
itapts of the nearest village had long
tortly be- before carried away the beams that sus-
nny had trained the vault to convert them into
anticipa- firewood the hermit was obliged to quit
that dangerous refuge, where he was
constantly exposed to the danger of be-
ing buried alive. So he installed himself
stones. in a grotto, the access to which waA
gems has more easily discovered, but it was lesA
obscure, less humid and less liable to
the man- cave in. There he flattered himself that
.iderable he would find at least some of the con-
products editions of existence that belonged to the
men of the caverns. But it was in vain
d almost that he hoped to return to the life of
e test of the first ages of prehistoric humanity.
"French He was bbliged to pay tribute to the
exigncies of civilization and to mani-
cial dia- fest less r~ugnance for all contact with
of glass his iel"-1- -1
pad. The '".. nayLe found an empty barrel
that the tempest Lad tossed upon the
liter the shore, anu heo could ot resist the temp-
idi this is station of bringing it. horne to serve as a
Iitatiot bed. Sonie indiscreet persons, taking
advantage of his absence to visit his
nade and apartments, discovered that he had a
who are pot for cooking hia food. Where did
that coking utcnMl come from? Was it
influence also a piece of wreckage rolled up upon
market for the sand by the furious waves, or was
section of it the last souvenir of civilized life car-
ried away by the anchorite who, while
r, color, endeavoring to return to the conditions
ordinary of existence that belonged to prehistoric
There times, could not abandon the habit of
cooking his food?
be given That is a question which has nevex
pon some been answered, aud it is also impossi-
and not ble to fnlud out where he gets the pota-
toes upon which he lives. Did they come
but the from the di..iet eh.rity of the poor
thing ,if fishermen of the neighborhood, who at
s nearly the proper time renewed his provisions,
Searly or in separating himself from the world
s with a did he make arrangements for the trans-
base is portation of his modest provisions? That
is also a mystery which has never been
io other 'fathomed. OLe point, however, is cer-
duced ru- tain, and that is that the hermit deter-
ole same mined to live upbn p-tatoes alone. One
day a sailor offered him half of his din-
ones and ner. The hermit pretended to be glad to

B K SV The best
seeds grown are
'Ferry's. ihebest
ft seedss sown are Ferry's.
EW The best seeds known are ,
lFerry's. It pays to plant


Famous Seeds
Ask the dealer for them. Send for
Said get all that's good and
new-the latest and
the best.
De t oitMich

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

Of St. Andrews
and the;
Bay Countr y.

\Ve have made arrangements by
which we can furnish this fine MAP
covering about eighteen miles square
of territory, including the CiAcinnati
Company's Tract, also Harrison,
Parker, Cromanton, and adjacent
country, for
Or given for 5 cash yearly subscriptions.
By the aid of this- map the location of
lands purchased of the Cincinnati
Company can be easily ascertained,
or, parties may send us $1 and their
description and we will locate theii
lots and return the Map by mail.
Address THE BUOY,
St. Andrews. Fla.
For 5 cash subscribers, we will give as
a premium, I Sectional Map of the Bay
country, or 1 Map of the City of St. An-
.rews. Either mao sold singly-$l

Of th Citv of 9t. Andlrws,
Gotten up with g;,'at care by tle
publisher, who has spared no pnis
to prepare for the public a map of
St. Andrews as it really is. It shows
Extending eastward ihorn Dyer's
Point, taking in the Old Jlown site of
St. Andrews, and gives location of
public business places, private resi-
dences, docks, etc., aTs'r- ery lot in
each block and the adjoining addi-
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land, with a full dlesription of the
The Map will she w owners of lots
in the city jAst where they are lo-
cated, and is of values to those think-
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Size of Map 30x50 Inches.
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hardly be distinguished, even when
its position is known. It is a strange
sight to see the earth open, a little
lid raised,, some hairy legs protrude,
and gradually the whole form of the
spider show itself. These spiders
generally hunt tor food by night, and
in the day tine they are very chary
of opening the door ot their domicile,
and if the trap be raised (frou the
outside, they run to the spot, hitch
the claws of their forefeet in the lin-
ing of the borrow, and so resist with
all their might. The strength of the
spider is wonderfully great in pro-
portion to its size.
Wolseley's Close Call
On one occasion Lord Wolseley's life
was saved by Prince Victor of IIohen-
lohe, known as Count Gleichen. It was
in the Crimea, when young Wolseley,
badly wounded, was passed by the sur-
geon as dead. Undisturbed by the sur-
geon's remarks, Prince Victor tried to
extract a jagged piece of stone which
was sticking in the wound, and the
prince succeeded in restoring Wolseley,
for, after a little brandy had been
poured down his throatr-ad aiTore as-
severations from the surgeon that he
was dead, he sat up and exclaimed4'No
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