Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: December 15, 1898
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00045
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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ST. ANDREIIWS BAIA

First Last, and all the

Time! A


VOL. VIII.


'.i'Washington County


SeWest Florida

l Against the World.





ST. ANDREWS BAY- FLA,, DEC. 15, 1898. NO. ".


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OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.

UNITED STATES.
Senators- HUon. Sitin'l i'asa'o, Mo nt itcello,
lion S. Rtlallory. Pensatcola.
Representatives- I st Dist rict, S.M. Spari-k-
man, Tampa; 2d Diastrict, RI. W.
Davis, Palatka.
Laind Office-Register, W. G. Robinson;
Rereiver-FH. S. Chubit, Gainesville.
S TrATE.
Gnvernor-W. D. Bloxharm; Secretary of
State. J. L. 3rawford: rreasnrer, J. B.
Whittield; Attorney General Wmi. B. La-
mar: Comptroller, W H Reynolds; Si.-
erintendent )f' Public Instructioin, W.
N. Seats; Commissioner of Agricul-
ture, L. Bi. Wombwell; Adjunant Ge -
eral. Patrick Houston. T'lialnp.a~see.
U. S. SENATOR.
First District-S. R. Mallory. Pensacola;
Second Distlrict,Sainnel Pasoiav onticello.
S ^ _' f' f,'", f.. 'W e-
wahithka.
\ASHINGTON COUtNTv.
Representative, S. M. Rolbinnn ,Chiiplcv.,
County Judge, D. D. NMeltin, \ erinin;i
Clerk of Court, County Clerk, iecordi,
of Deeds, W B. Las.itter. '(1-11011;
Sheriff', C. UG. Allen, Chliplev; Tre'iurer,
It. C. Horne, Ciple; Tax Collector, A.
Q. Jones, Vernion; Tax Assessor, W.
B. Gainer, Econfina: Superinteudcut
nitf 1'u lic In.-truclion, W I.., L .cky:
Chipley; Surveyor, Thos. Collins, Clliii-
ley.
STr. ANDnnRws.
J.istice of lihe Pene. W. 1. Singleierry;
Nota y Publics, W. A. Emmoui, C. H.
Crippeu: Deputy Circuit Court Clh:k.
W. A. Enimonos: School I)irectors, I.
F. lirackin,. W. I. SinnglI-larv, L. M.
Ware; l'ost alester. L. 31. Ware
HItA n r sosm.
Postmistress, Mrs. M. B. Jenks.
l'AVKLR. I
o tniiaster and N.ilta y Pl'u lic, W tl.
Parker.
PITTSBLRGo.
'utmlihistress, Mrs. llasetlluorg.
A ) D itsoN.
Postmnastei, S. W. Anderson
L;A Y.
Posmtnnster, Mrs. R.Gny.
BAY HEAn.
Postmaster, Martin Post.
FAnM A LLE.
l'ostinaptei, H. J. Joihison.
W PTA VPo,
I'ostnlistress, Mis. Dyer,
Wier B Br,
Postmaster, P. N. Hulchinso80.
(OOK,
Postoffice on lainrd's Mill Bi0 on.

(CAI.HOUN CuOtNTY-C 'OM h 14'lN.
Julat ries, E. MIosher. Fraiink l lskiii.n,,
I'l st i.na er, W M. Crom:in,; L'i, ii
tv CuLLminnisni.ner, H. 1N. -Spir.,i
Dl>1t l v Clerk ot Counti. S. T. \WalkleT.

Il E I. 1 G ] 0 U1 S .
Sl thldist-- C.lourec, cor. W'nA-iit.igin ate
t.. 3-t-,,. ,t,.. ei.- It v. L. G,. (Juii,.
* lt-et';t"- -ci..hing ut. 1-a". -ni. ni,nn..-;
p. it.every altern'le Sundaiiy.
Y'. 1'. s. C. E.- l''riny r nneetinig at tlne
Vre lyterian, chlnnn lt enery Snniiu ln intlet
,ion at 3:30 o'ulock. All are in' rlid.
i.-.ptist-Chrinn'l-- on nier ul \'\ aren ia and Cinciniinati sitnlet. Clilrlh
gonferer -. -: turd.t.v Ietf ic firl l .Sutin :v
at 4 i.m. Sunidty Sclinool every svilii.n atl
9:30 a. ni. Pratlninig second andi loinuri
Sunday. in each m1onthli. lltv. J. 1'. Snnil In,
pastor
l'realhyteritnin -Church c.inii'r l.nIr:nine
neninne anid Drake street; R.--%. R. J.
M ellanini pastor; pr.teiiin on n -n i l
Sunday ot each min nitll at 11 o'cl'-i n. nn.
and lit 7 p. in. Sunidtv Scluol it 9!::Ill
a. m. every Sniniday, Juin Sturiock, iql.t.
Jatholic-C church cairner \\ im iiigil i 't-
mine and Foster street
TH E1 MA ILS.
The inotthern mail, vina Aiider-on, G.y,
intyhend and CL'hiltey de.i il- c ern Uni
except Suiindiy .it 3:00 f,',-l. t-k; a. in.;
armies estory dat excepit itiiiln'. atl
7:40 p. nin.
EVast Bay mainil for Harrison, Cioli,;inlulln,
Parker, Furindale and W\etlappu, tIcintc
St. Andrews going east every niorniiig
(6 o'clock and leatibig Wi.l'po U n
I o'clock, irri ies, coming Iwest even
rf iu g at 2 c clock.
ST. ANDREWS .lAY, C('HIPLEY &
VI.NON TfLEPIONECO.
Sc.Ebp LE OF IIATFS:-Foir each five
minutes, or fraction thereof, use of
Phone:
Between St. Andrews Bay & Gay.... 10 "a Biyhvead 1 5c
,a "' Chlipley. 25'c
Chipley & Baylihbad........ lc
'* Gay3............. 20c
Baybead & Gay............ Sc
For trangutSsion byv telegraph 10c.
extra, not including telegraphic service.
W. A. EMMONS, Gen'l Mgr.

BUSINESS DIRECTORY,
W. A. EMMONS,
Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and No-
litary Public for the State at Large; nhas
jurisdicuf@1 to administer oaths, take
atfidavi'm, legalize acknowledgmnents,


etc., anywhere in Florida. Special tat-
tention given to land conv-yances and
to marriage services, and license issued
to lawfully qualified parties. Office at
the FUOY Ollice, St. Andrews Bay.

DR. J. J, KESTER,
Homeopathic Physician and Ac-
coucher. Office Pioneer Drng Store,
corner of Shell avenue and Michi-
gan street,
St. Andrews Floridn

DR. W. r. MTrCITELT,,,-
h'lnYsiian.an.A. Drnizgist.' Comhincree st.,
east qf fla'i lcw, Offers hia professional.
sprvicees ino the citizens of St. An-
drews and vicinity. Residence ron Buena
Vials a venue.

C. If. CRIPI'EN.
Nottnry Pubile.
Will attend romptlv to all tlusiness de-
rnindiunz htis attention. Office on Bay.-
view .rs p)t.'pire Ilock i.ortheast of T
C l'n H tfi {4J re
W. T.'MING LE'TARY,
JsmttLe o Lliam Peace,
Will give pvomnt, tten'ion to all matters
comilg- within- his jurisdicti'nn Ac-
knowleAdkn"'tits taken: oaths adminis-
tered i6f'rrl'gt e eervice- prfo rmid Of-
ace at tlrdeft, Wilmnot .:. Ireet,.norb
ot Prueyjteriudi church.


PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
One dollar a Year la Advance.

WILLIAM A. EMMONS
Editor and Proprietor.
Display ad rates 50c per inch per month
Position and extraordinary condition
rates subiiect to social agreement.
"Locnl Drift," 5c per line. first insertion
2!.c each snlsequent. Display locals
double above rates.
i


Tihe Little 1 ce Ag-..inst ti
PaI'e.
Birch Arnold no Denroil Jourial.
What though life is full Uo trouble,
In it 6 tr'ife for a S' .f
d we oftiLfiit say~ .-'
The only happy are the dead; "'
Yet I lind in life a pleasure
Naught cnn ever render vain
While I see each night and morning
A little face against the iane!


le


When I say "Goodbye" at morning.
When I cry "Hello" at night,
First and last upon my vision
Lingers long the lovely sig-ht;
Baby hands so sweet and dimpled
Throwing kisses that remain
In my heart, beside the pictured
Lit:li face against the pane!

Oft I hear her calling "Papa"
Half way down tihe block, may be,
While her loving accents linger
In my ears to comfort rue,
All the day of toil and trouble,
Helping heart, the hoiie sustain,
Simply with the jo. of loving
Thle little face against the pane!

Ah, no cup of earth can equal
For its purity and bliss
Thie nectared wiue that ills my being
In iny baby's tender kiss;
Which, like dew upon the roses,
All day on my lips lha lain,
And at night I know there's waiting
A little lace nig.LinDl the panel

'iitl I htIlti to lied W1ith a Klil.n.
New Y..nk Wurld.
Oil, mothers, su weary, discoura-red,
Vo'urn out within the 'c-',es of the day,
You often grow- cross a. rt in [pati:unt,
Cn.m plain of the r.oie and tLL. play;
For the day bring?., so many veyations,
So many things goi ng amias:
But, mothers, whatever may vex you,
Sei.d tije childrqeu to bed with a ks.,!
The dear itle feet wander otten,
Perhaps, from the pat.iway of right.
The dear little hands tind nuvw ni.LacaiLf
To try you from morn till night,
Bl.t think of the di-solate mother i
Who'd give all the world f'.- your
bliss,
And as thanks for your infin te bie-.-
sfings,
Send the children to bed with a ki-.-!

For some day their coise will not vex
you,
The s-ilence will hurt. ,ou far more:
You will long for the sweetL children's
voices,,
For a -v.-i. .t, childi-h face at the 1dIr;
And :o pres.- a ethiil 's face to your bo-
4utnn,
You'd ,ive all ;he world f'r jinwnr thi-.;
For the co nfotr't "it ill bril- 0 1on in -Ior-
r>" w,
Send thie children to bed within a ki:>!

An EiEvening HIide.
New Ya nk PiFns.
(Lines ri.iy lc read either don r or up )
The stars were all alight,
The moon was overhead:
I named-her queen of night.,
As she my cycle led.
So wondrous fair was she,
I asked her to be mine;
As she glanced up aL me
I thrilled with love divine.

Beside the meadow bard,
As we stood lingering there,
Her eyes were like the st. re,
In radiance wotudrons fair.
"You're all the world to me,"
She murmured, sweet and shy
A thrill of ecstacy
I felt at her reply.

Love led us all the way, .
As we t.urued homine again;
Our hearts were light and A'gy,
The world was blissful then.
Though shadows crossed the sky,
No gloom our heart could know,
True bliss is ever nigh
When hearts are blended so.

IT in .afe to a.-s tiims that iw,.-
thl ds and jenlhap-, tihre-f'iu this ,,I
ilne oeo]uln cil tine U iiic',l *St-itn t,,ill
lake i eu. e iltih Prc. inl' nt McKi nlol
oin tie Cnuian policy nnitline, in iii.
Uaest.ag". All tliniuseo liravo enlii .
w'in, iikel tlieir live.' in lIen'. Cuilia
I'mimn lltie vlke ol Sipanii.h i3 rainy.
auid their inndiileds ln it h'is,.nandn an:
renlal-ves and cl,,-e lii n,,J- itill t,.
N tini-t d wil nu-t iinag lea- loii (tie-
uewiv acqiinrted ini~a '..nnnnl t'ininrn I
in n. t iii 'te'ral r ni.nis i1 tIhe- n inini i. I


THE WIZARD OF

tTallu Szzepaziilck anuld
acertl IIventiols--1
tnnmera.


POLA"ND.

His IV(tl-
its reat


Detroit Free-Press.
A po1,r Pnliih c'hoolin-aiter hai;s
l'til( a camera that runls oi a rail-
ad i r tra-k, tie largenit a lthItgIan hici
caHinni-'i inn tI e wivl.i, aild in nlecclnil-
|ili-iinig nhi feat hIe las cuitpletelyv
riovIntioniized the weitviti' ,f the rare
lalioics for which uPoland is so, faiouns.
'l'he iiventoiInr', an. tie is JAn iSz zcep..t-
nilc, which is ronniict >Sb ,il in. niiik. li-
ha a l rty imn'in 'dI. ilanaauihTll


i. tvin inon o ,tki 7 iititu5-sevee, ior
.elect rt.clpe, by iumeanits ot which a
IIan .i.ittinlg ciinliultably at otile inn
Vieiinna cati see an tick i'ld r i ri'foni ni
11n :i P.1 ,i. singe. Thle teleti .-incnlen
will lit exhilintud at tih .Pa i., cxlOo-
pitliuli in 19u0 'l, tlie fir-t 1im ', ani.t
wi- the 1 ili'. gin tplic.t.-w t ir it is
likely t,, ii:,kL SztczLea- nik'.s ni::i ie
stanl n i \t ii t di',li's011 o 'cn t'I i l I
llf-'i, lt en '.i '
[iti lng, InE lice Szezib'lnnik lnh l
bee nneii cesltnl witi the fin i t ilitlant-
nii.',r lie iad -tuiilit-d the i IU blili i i.l
ulnilnling tnh inlrinno e Ihot-..-giai!t
c.a.nera ol t ltiihi I have bhel.n -'jeak-
inng.
Sex*Z'. n:nii i- il y 21 ) 3e:;rs old .
flu \t a- ,liu hlng up iin Kn ,'s., an o 01 -
I'lian, iinlder t lhe caL e tI it kaid.llv
anI nt. N ;a ll it a l l II l in'e pe-ile f the
Incighl i lnih... I i nia- h. 1 t 1. li ang I t n,
a. n1oi ln, wuo knling all the ,lning
hin n.,i of .'l light at r tillinig n l.Il
i;n iil-l.iin-, Iwea vimng in t, v !E.., 'I tale:-
ln iei- ali'i al lei. Jan iwa- a a i .,,.i
Mu- cnl ent at Lb ok-, biut a .fhni l|n: l ill
efa\L r'"n ,le igin-; I,,iin hi> earli,,.[l


i ,, n.t. el inn cn,'iniin''t
.li-tquart t'wea.vin' g innti.
',nIant 'i unv ,ii ,'liit i r i
,.x ii [iotrnnt ii,, a faiti
bainutiliuul icnn in sin
tiain village, a p>li, itr 'L,
a naval tiutiggle or '
by takit.g a picture llj
pliapr. 'Thl e giant "'
v lin iin lie i ,1- a I lhe,',-


ailiuit IWo l ,uts. anl! ,.


unt i, its full length'
twenty feet, thie f'lCt
-tning oni a l.nnlii'r ra'
up on til .-e-',vn i
e.'.._ _.. _,w '--sa it


h


-


i( hum
if' II
iI,~t.. ni
Inn On
41-; iso
tie ~n
1,111 'I
P in '-1
(I 'n
lien
I nit,.
i-n tnt
a 1


* ~ITnintl


tn 1n1n6n- a mui11 nun-nI t.. nn n imui
t I I ts an' a ci i 1 Li!I-al I-i illt ,n-t it ill >,
a.'h ft r nit adl CDin f ii i n'i-" i n'iv i' ii :, -
I l, I t'l ill' di t ll ii"r ".: n i'.-w t'i, i]'. T .
. a r.- lll ,it tli : \ i.ul W S I-, .- i, .'
inln M '-. \V' I ell'. % i t'. in tll ni ju in
t,' i, e t'lini I 0 .rL ti-. 10, a'l I n' hin-. i-
,n'l. tnrnl lie liie r ;ni ii t'innn ..; ii i '_n ,inI i
live' \t liat Ile teinim,'i "e 'x ri.in n v in thi"
\ i[| u\,S 'ill jrevot 'll Il ll in .." In. l
ig 1. l rih:i- ti ie M i. V 1. li ,ilv t ..i hi a. -
-:td elnii lin rael v to "-s i .u ,, ,-','l-i
i.rly u. i nic hun 'j .Cl.-, n l,, lI ,:, h,.lI .. i
'i t?- lim ns ai.m a i .t-nlie *iniil.-'.i,,ini'' I'r i -
** ,'.- or . : ., n


, jlol.r


feet naqiiuarl. Eaclhfr(j n,, f ,ile,
Scigis .ix.viy-five l,nf m :ni: i l I ,:,n
dieI, in litnemiLt |)i/nkag. Itv twit, amii
,,'lii-t in l 's thln re Illneni.
"'li'c, n nil.,tn', a et iI lie nInIn-1t n 'lnl.i-
[ul in l hon te IS ir i .ls n l thi l;in.-I.

T'i'ty a,',j di\ i-lel into ovtnr 'sI0,iUtl.
I.tlet ..quare- or ,,niiti,' tI. lh hlnolle-
vatlying iwith llih i'nticin li, be wov-
Sen, and c 'rile-t,,i iling ti 'tll e thrnt il',
:hia!iiin ;s ann 1 blen li gnl ul varin s_
alnii-, t wil-lf woj lein ..4 js ml nil li.her
textile labiis, s. o l tI t" the photo.
gial ih d d sig ins fall -ith in it l,.in'r-ta -



rian'reni., an, tlPy ant' 1 il .lI, lo iin tih,
eliclf pai l Ltof S7-ze;,alnik's r,'irmarl;ka
bl., inv 1 lii 'ni ntin .- 'lid eff ii in rnli r ini-
savilg ol tilln in ilie ni nkin- r l .1 In
'igi.s ol r (line nin *n ins ii ,' i ni.'il,; i.
' d.innmak., 1liuainh tablen-t.,lnl,, nap,
kin-, tabl l'eireals ;iind alinni.-t c-ei
'liwh'r kinl ul wiveni g.... I
Fl'or inn-iance, tnhe dtlsigni fir a.11
c'lt.bi.ll [Ilioce ufl tiape-nry h that niliglh


b.. ,i,,..,l li l., ld i i) inki k i i,:i, ii e, ,I have oc uiil' i l i lr t lini o a weaver


t% ill Ii lul i LW n Ii lg m ali l i ? b, gail
ui1 lyl ,l li ink .1 biliillimg :i in.cn-iine
I'mi dI n ing, lite ill-.; It I '- %% V ,.I'l
Inn'eI te.' il, \ I haln l ll e n 1 ll,, in I tI' lln I I

, .1 1' ', i "l'I, o in,, I i nn, I 1..,I il .1 it -
ian i- l i lltin-i l 1' .1. ,- Il o il '

lit. 1 11 It I .1 t I f -I 111

i in"ni -,i l" a i,, he n'i, 1 i l ni inni- i

tnt'lii t 11 in li n I'I l ll I'm i i i I | ; l i-
i'. ii he l i n m iii n ii i t n-i ,1 n n l,, V ii i ,.
1)i1- 1 l a In nnt l.,I-,,,' nIn V n.

hiniu, ha li mI i t *in ni .cl- ,., io Ii 1,.'nl
-iln ill iml ..g. -,.'i .i. "\1 ,vi in in Im,-
incee,.'l in l c .'n-iiuiiiig 11i--. i i .
vIt g.1 a I.i n a i In I 'll nn-1 1 nn. ini nm-n In-
It' li ', :i '. ll alt Ill 'l l iI U I V li .ia-
t J vh\,- lI 1' It l.l ll l'itt'l Ir I, lI \ Il I-
e *t i l 'l l Il ,.it l ,,n li i, 4 an- ,i ... I- iI,
'- I n.ih w [,.'iithH'. 'nlln ii- i lnt inn i ini-
I ain l i mii-. i a t I e i Li ely t i.il\
\ '. ti 1,I, lijnilt 1 igi i .lini'elelint i ,.i
hanill,', Iri' ih.?r.t igl.i hlnc \vea ;-t ng, .lii.1
eaiti nt i ine inile 'i r -I ..niii a- I it-
hi nih ,lf ilitil Hein K lei'ini rg'., l.ii,.ii
ev hall nall ben-,l n lin .iill-. eii aiin, hi.
nriiniiis Iull hIint lI.e i'ah )uai in ilhu-
liackin g a hair-biainri in\ laitir. ln-
deen llie director nI the t'nw'aitln,
.aclinolI at Aachelni laughedl at ilie
idea l i ai phot.,graj hile-weaiver \\ lIn-
it was fiat, plent'ei edto l hin.
Yet yumiing IJan never Itr ;i itiiioinentl
wavered nir Ims,. cmn'lfidCent'n-c, inl hfilal-
ly lIe ilere-. at1lutl a .Seec.,nn i Callitalii.'t
It, invest lnimiey, and thel ninth ilia-
chine which hie Inuilt iwas a iunItale
s8lc-ah.s. It. wnili ldo the wnik ofl' a
liuidilel weavers, and do it whlit
nore ceitaiitly andu acinlacy.
When Jani $zczepaniik received the
hit.t mnieiy iliai hi. iuk i4
caninild, lten ihii.nain l -1 ,im all inn
gohl, tint' til.n l thiln g lie iliil v., I..,
send every syninly iy l it Itn in l malii
in the ol'1 l iin ,,I K i-n'i. lanit i her-"
.ell', pir im pI ly dili iiiut ,i hi iIImIIe
i in ili lhau. an;:,ni tlIh p.l- r oi
Szcz.-panik' "wvn native nillag .
asking g ii, f ieici iiv., ciiit 'uiin 'niiI t itn
hII n i h tn e it n n l il 'n-.-i'i. l li'lmrn.\ tln.n- i


thinl si e.


kniwin Jun i an a b-, y Iit1' .1i a inu,"'
,lifn;'l-'r t un-miii ,nu f himUn a- a min-in .
The gir-al cann-i ni, t liich i- m:iik-
Ilg Szc"'.'liI anii I at : -,l'nm,, i' nit,) In-
calt, l uin thn l tl l. fni. *I I h e nc li .n li. i-ll..
lIenniy 1in V in.lin, illl ii liI' K in in.
\l' g 1 i 1in, H ', l 11:0 k I' .* !',i I ,
I l e \ ..l ll 11 I i ; l i ..'


I or .ix o rI ltig t illlitl by ihe ,e-I
htln ani- i...ii i-i ii, ,l in- ay Ina ll be tiin-
i.-h l i il an ll .-i- l I--- ... I tli'- Ik t ,
.''Zzel-aiikin 'genninui. Altn cxper' ia.-n
e'. Il lnai el le l t l ll, n i.i 'ntlln -n ill
-,.,'e alu.nt 50,000,000 f'ranci annim;il-


i .,,,.n ,it l i, ,hn i .

'ln- ,- inrii iron, t il i iS 'z

,.i'lcl ,-'C ,p .; lh-'_ initolit n;c.In I
,i iii,.h I ,il-,- ti ,I I vul n i i niznn e line
Iatl l ,il n .i 4 ,I 'i, iii ,,m'L l iIn,! is. abii i I. il-1 i -
In, -,, :.i I I in e i lt' ii c I d i'ellcnI in n li-
.,nit ,,l n I, e i'. n-e~ I in tn'avi,,g --- -.\ ili
:>;l ,.e ,. \ l ii i ;f t li, i Pa .ri l n -i
i,,ci, ais, I il'hey ill Lcc tainly l.t n i ie
I *lin l i ll 1 I i, l.lan ie c.- nRik I n VPIlIn
S iicli li \ :41l iliat.i uf .,nv li\l
.-.inn na-i.

ID'>-;ilh of David A. Wells.
S-innini tic \ tiinrienn,
havii .. Well., who was %i'.1ely
kiiiowli tI a writer )on ecimtl nlic-.
,1.1 at lii.-a ll ,nine, N- rwichi, Cnn',ii..
.Nove'inlher 5. 1898. He. was born inu
.n'lni ingiel.l, .la- 2.., 1828, and wa-, an
innu-e.il le-acenilant nI Thm'lin&as Weles,
G-,ovei nnr ll tie Colony of Co(innic-
ilenit Irout 1655-58K Mr. Well-
.'. a-In.ttedl frnmi Wiliiiins Coullege itn
1847 anidl becaniti assistaiil editor li)o
ihe .SmrinigfiehlI Republican. He inn.
vented the iist tiucer.-m'ful maclhinie
Inr11 Inlilng niewsipNiers and bolmkd,.
.Jui'irnali.-ni ililn not aulpear to be tu
the liking iof Mr. We11I, and a, lie
realizedd a SiufTfiielin n11iii from the
Ndile ii' Ih inventiiid to render himn
.-t
inlenpen.i'eit, lie alaijdneii inewr,-
]iaper itork aind t,,' special cou'i-.e
, 1i L:a'reiiceti ii nnq..chlio,.,


o. Hai vAril.- Heigr n :10
- h .1il in 1852' ialinlr' iVe' "' alI -
p,-iiiunie t jH a irofnt'' i.sn' in thie cltonil.
A't inh ch, u tnf ih civil war Mir.
Wells ah LbrDN'lht piominiiienit-
iy int', Uiiltlic life by his writi-
i -1h ni i-ecolininlicul subjects. Ilis
,, ':'i. **u lini B nii un ain S, eiinglth,"
%Iia, n-.n ivAei w ilti e .tlln.u si I..n inn lt
it ..1i linri '.taii't l'r .-iei .lnt Lincn ,Il:
Svilnt lll .Mll. \W ells ii 1S.,5 ti) cinl.
I'r % itlh limin a, to tille best i itllhmi-


oni di.ailiing with iniet einiinnuns ,lebi
\hi tn-in tine i\ai anui aciIuI nitIlati'd. Inn
.iil.ch o lliat year (.'iingni.e.. c'eat%-ni
. f.- niiinln-..-.n, ni l lin i if pl ,i-xinin :. in .
Ip i l i lil l, iljei'.t il i ;il- ihi liu
i ,i I e li e ,i w a.- litLecl'-


m; ;c ,," l. tI. n ii \;,m- .. x ni.- .i i, , I i. .' t In t s e an '. Ie g-- -
t lin..- i' M |I -Ii in..-' 1nn. n.1 1 i ni ,t mi t-i-nit. .\lm \-li -' Winnk sI n mm-


XW whether tllihat w iluh) be te \\ie A.t ot tIne gii"il eiullei ', c.n hlie wi.vin nea..;i cotiiies that, Iin 1866, ani
puliey ir inot inh noit ea iler inlu thie with remarkable lilei y tin the threal ac t as pas.-?el tiakinig i-i "~i S ,linii
entii, ide'ratlinii; iliItinig i ill xatih otl'rare tape-tries. 4(',*i. miii-.nii r t'i f R-- eh- .'i'." 1l ,1I
th vah t t najo ilty A i nn' a, il it Szzez p-nik' inventiinn, which :hie ni iri '.iw- I ,s-e,1 hetwevin .j. 71.1
that lihe expelinienit bw tried, and lhel
Cubans themselves, colIi a.-k nro freer yo"ng Inveitor hirlm elf explained, to leadingg %itlhI the wiloule system .1 rev-
loverieftloi t than that vnuclhsafel by thIe writer, in simply a matter of enue laws were passed at Mr. W-ells'
the Uni.ed States. photography, the making of designs suggestion. in 1875 Mr. Wells


f(;r $1,000 was perftetly good; tnat II
was geco. for $10,000, for five times
that, and then be would have a balance
in the hank. "You dod blauked fool,"
wrote Donovan, "if GCiviu takes a no-
tion to buy your third rate hashery and
offers a cheek for it, take it quick. It's
as good as the gold."
Dave declares that the ambition of
his life is to go bock tu Now York some
time and dazzle tho eyes of that hotel
clerk. lie insists that when the time
comes he is going to dress like a king,
hire a corps of footmen, a dozen valets,
carry 87 trucks, travel in a special oar
and go down to New York and throw
that hotel clerk into fits.
This will esplai hy Gelvin is such
a tirek..'s workerL noughb to
Himi.. 4.'mi Irninnn6 tpW .S, aA


Sc i n ti armw -ww.wr. b.wwtl- !l
Driok lyn I,-f,. style. Until he does BhSmkhaid-'
'lne (.., iunt-*.-.'l- z,. i,!n: -I er than any hired munu on his place.-
,, ,,.. Omaha Worlt-Hetrald.
'""ic'I, n 'n t! ( N .I
":' inn" ". in in"'" "l,.' 'i J E .. SEL) J'1) 1EK KI N .
-'0",, lie s'.'-e.'. tIn 1n',-. i. i,-.t r I ________
..1, i n lii.ie' lie -ie1-:i.i lIv I-i--;I MORE THAN ONE f,7AN HAS SPURNCDN
:tllahie. ,:parul iin! Ic .- w ia .-t lin i ROYAL IH-; Oi'Z':S.

\V A N T'1" I)--. uvl:P.. rt'. THr i-:l s....N n ill i. i n le 1.,) Iii ,inn:n ."' .' i ear a .'BIona-ch's 'Cr-twn-The God!tb'
lO ,-' in ir i 11 .ili,1i nt-a I- i.'illih- 1 :'rteath lhat V'ai 0_-lered to and Re-
i.n- It is si inr ,;i ,i n -ni nli' li.in 1 I| i-etl. by Hca eo rf)IrldJ.
it in inii .. l i -tr.'i h l .$:ilii) I r'.
inlt X|n)-i,-'> d..-tilin e, Ii,.in i -, nnij ih. jm-', Ir is no menan dt -tn'cticn to have re-
1n I.nn ,-: >lim''. M ,ni i l Iv .t75. It n .-.. fnin .d a t.. ia. 'Th ,)_ is proLahly nott
Ecmi.-.e -.'nll'-C trer -,.d stan.iiini. -.l -n ,_'. iie cr'- 1 m 'U inL a m illi LI w lt o vi-c.'lj dci .li-ir
nril-m.rr E. H>. I'r. vt D ie r. M1. 'ihi. ,--. a h!ni -n; it it i t ce ofin:rt-il Lias, in
""- -- spit, t .t the r~. I-'e nightsa id fearliI

IIIS CHECIK WAS GOO( D ,"" 1.lt" ,,",. i.,,
-'lir. 1 '._ ,i t, i of a kiln Even Crulmwetll is
.---- :iidi to haven- refused the crorwun ofi Lg-
THE STORY OF A RAGGED MAN AND A litid in:rae front fear of others lhan fromll
COTHAM HOTEL CLERK. an.y either nc-,tive.
Lut thinre have been ninny men since
An Amusingncidnt i'hich Demon.trate Croluiwell who have rtfu.-ed to wtar a
mon.arrc!L s crown Thlirty Lt'e y'.rs
Anew That It l Not Almys V'iy c to ago en he thron, of reee tas a-
Judge a Mlan Ly the Cut of His Coat oi cant,; icr th an one grunt El!gliali
the Fit of His Trousers. statesman might have ruled oCer the
d otii in f t l. d1n ain bmntx Vo hr


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Dave Gelvin-it is pronounced Gal. tes-.tii tuit cuiLa.naiu nnuuLy, u:nt io orato. iThe nre strunti; Ii- alley irons
vin-cf LMaitland, Mo., is cr: c(f the ditficuities in the way were torn,,i.ia-leo with a forco that swert the boots anj
ctteon ins31orr. Aeis,-t.,nusa niame was fret ly it e- shoes thro:i:;h thp ':,p and into the
cattle barons of northwer.t ,ionri, a tirn,,id in e;nnrctionu wih the c,-wn of street iu a lV'h. A tr:nue of flamesholt
section of country which haa a large Greece, though, as Mr. (,lad-t,.in, was out, rIlled n.'ross the strict and kindled
number of cattle barons. As a hustler a member of the goverunuitn at the a tart' kctt; and a barrel, such as pavets
and a pusher Dave has few equals and time, the proposal never took definite use, bringing with it a shower of boots
no superiors, and what be does not know ,shape. and hoea. Almost at tho sLae instant
about cattle would not be worth finding U'be late Lord Derby, however, who the fire threw itself against a bat fac-
out. bad strong sympathies t ihiL Urircea, was tory, a few doors east of theo boot and
Dave is always so busy locking after offered theciowu and refund it, throw- shoo shop. It hit the rear of the build-
his cattle interests that be sc-ldom has ing away 50. uu a year and a king- aig with the same impelling force, and
time to "dress up" in his company dom. It was not tho nrst tinne a man W the hats flow up into the air like spray.
clothes, and at first sight. a stranger had declined to sit on the throne of I
would take him for an innocent granu Greece, I-'rince Lcopold, theo father of Our Tminene Rnaii.way Syst-em.
ger, eager to buy a gold brick or likely the presct king nt the Belgians, hav- Te railway system in the United

of export cattle from xlatidandund went Leopold's reason tfor refusing the crown baggage cars. 'Tihee figures seem large
as far as New York with them. When was that the proposed boundaries of till the number of fraight cars is stated,
he arrived in New York, he locked like the country were insufilent, the ex- which is 1,250,000. A passenger train
the ragged end of poverty, bnc ho was clusion of Crete especially influencing con.-isting of kcomotivo, tender, bag-
too busy to secure a change of clothing. his decision. gage and six passenger cars, with theiz
He had some business to transact and One of Queen Victoria's sons, the contents, is estiuntd to weigh about
intended taking a train for home the Duke of Edinburgh, has also been offer- 184 tons. Freight trains sometimes
next morning. Dave is a lover of the ed the Grecian crown He was appealed reach a weight of 550 tons An ordinary
good faingi of life, so be inquired his to in the sixties &a the time Lord Derby passenger car costs from $4,000 to $5,-
way to tae Hoffman Iloune and affixed declined the crown, but was compelled 000 and a sleeping oar. anywhere from
his name to the register. The clerk to refuse the offer owiug to the attitude $10,000 to $-20,000. The system, with
looked at him for a moment and asked of the powers, v.ho strongly declared its gigantic equipment, is practically
if be wanted a room. their opposition to Frince Alfred being the growth of single generation. With
"Yes, and a good one,"replied Dave. crowned king of Greece. The throne the additions of another quarter or hal
"Any baggage?" wasthen offered to tbo pieseut king, on a century posterity ought to stand and
"No." whose Lcir,lt it v-as accepted ig' his fa- gaze at its stupendous proportions. But
"Uur rates are $10 a day, and we re- other, the king of )enumark it will probably be gradually educated
quire cash in advance from unknown The crown of Austria-fl.ngary was out of all its capacities of wonder, aswe
parties," said the clerk. refused in the middle ut the century by have been ont of many of our own.-
"Oh, darn your rates; give me the the Archduke Franz Karl, the father of Now York Tribune.
room. I want to wash," said Dave. the presouc e:nptr.ir. King Ferdinand I
"All right. Ten dollars, please."' abdtiatedl inD Iu-,ciber, lb-IS. the throne The Overrua"ur of a Judge.
Dave run his hand in his pocket, but then descendi ,a il tho ordinary course A judge the othor day awoke in the
all he could fish up was $2..71. This to Archdu'.:ke 'iai.z Karl The arch- night to flnd his room in the possession
sum was made up by a silver dollar, dul:k, hn;',eltmr, declined the crown, of two armed burglars. Covered by the
two silver half dollars, two quarters, a which he h.n i -d over to his son, who pistol of one of the marauders, the
20 cent pitce and a penny. still w..ra it, : judge watched thb prIceedings with
"Oh, I'llpay you in the morning," Anutb- r crrwn which has been more his usual jadii.:.l caln. One of tLe
said Dave,YT rnirng togo to the elevator. thu uer ,efn.n-d is toi crown of Rou- depredators found a watch. "Don't t-Le
But the clerk knew a thing or two. Imln!a W VA.ni ltioumani ia was declared that," the judge said, "it has little
He was nut to be caught that way-not a biligdom, it wtas niettlud that the value and is a keepsake." "Tho raotiou
he. thi.-uie shoululi de .tioud to Prince Leo- is overruled," irepliied tho burglar. "1
"Thcre is no deviation from our pi'J., thu eziu.'t autLier of the then appeal," rejoined the judge. The two
rules, sir," the clerk said il.Iitely but ri-uguim'; k:ug. '1I b priucu, however, burglars counsultcd, and the supcl;esman
firiuly. "Yon must puy in advance-." voiu:nturily yielded his rights to the then replied: "The appeal is allowed.
"Then I'll give you a chick," said c rotwu iu tavur oft uis sin, l-'rince Wil- Thecasecomingon befuoreafull tribunal
Gelvin, who was rapidly becoming an- helm, thu. renunri-j'ln being registered of the supremo court, thut body is of
gry. I in the -,rciiTe in ittuilner. P-l) Vrnine the unanimous opinion that the decree -
He stepped back to tho desk, filled WilLelin ri -muiL.'-d heir ai.preut ft,,i of the luwer court should be sustaine-,
out a check for 1600 ud haLndmd it to eigbt tV..;s. tin tuowIatI Le end ot Ihsa and it isacoordiugly o)ordcred." Poe'..
the clerk. -Bu tho cleik was not a he frtn:al!y reVfused to fieL-pt the crOcn eting the watch, court adjournecd.-
greenhorn. He was a New Yetlier, he and his bI..tb,..r be'criije heir appar irt, Hcaus.hold WIrins.
was. Hewouldnot accept the check Un- being no w 1-rinclie ii Riunan a. The .--.----- --
less certified. e rprinien- L. -:..'j lUint i- 'Uin.-oi .ii, al Debility
By this time Dave was mad. He said a grnud .. ,.iter of (.nn Vi t.iria
a few words in Latin, or in a language Not nm .;i.y yt.rs e.;-j in i.:ijLw of the
t a Sgn Frenat t ~Ln,,ar r d afttr
origin. sig ar d SS oesh
"Confound your rules, you blasted named "'l:-'l n roh.r ,t ail an.. UI EB
chumnip I cduld buy and Eell you ten NapRu leIrn 1:,,',alarto. v:s in ite!I to -t
times over, ycu pigheaded. pimply faced on the tr.'.L'e ni or .uinia as tia tirc Scottes Emulsion has been the
dude. If you don't think that check is king of l L.O t country. bar lie CIsli nd standard remedy for nearly a
good, send it over to the Chemical Na-1 the offer. I.-ieving at th.- tiuam that be q r of a century. Physicians
tional." mia.h ,l-t: .I' thebtl ltrn-r tt Fra,:oe be readily admit that they obtain re-
The clerk called a messenger boy and the bird in :ihoi hi t.' :.,ay und th from it that they cannot et
dispatched him to the Chemical Nation- bird in t1:,: bush wasi t .i:-r ai ht h e lts om it thI ey .anno get
al, with anuote asking if a beck of F00 mau whuo ul hoped t, t.' crotu.nicd king from any other flesh-forming food.
signed by David Gelvin of laitiand, of Franco dal ouat of that cncutry in There are many their prepara-
MAlo., was good. solitary t. ilie. flu 1,mai crntioed one tions on the market that pretend
The clerk know it was not, but Dave crown iu tin3 br-pe of tzneAviug auotlhr to do what
was fighting mad, and theoclerk realize. and lost boiit .
ed that if hedid notmnlakoa scetiing ef- Early 'u the present century Ferdi- SCOTT'S
fort to ascertain the worth of the check nand VI r-nounniced tho crown of Spaio
he would get into trouble. Whiln the in l avOr of histather, who again refused EM ULS ION
messenger 'as absent Dave walked the it in flavor oi Napoleonu The groat con-
floor of t magnificent office and talk- quieror baid to fate a nation in arm does, but they fail to perform it-
ed to himself. b(T;'emv, r. and never t.ock the thro Th pure Norweian Cod-ver Oil.
In due time tho me q-er.pcr returned The bt,,rv o Lord lU.-.neouseld'sgold, epr No rwgia C
In due time10m pne otryorid eousuituildil- made into a delightful crean, skill-
-with an answer. It ra, :Jr. (l in's en a u provide ns th aoter in-fy blended with the ypop s-
obeckc worth ',00 is rerfeetly; go ttaune. I'J.uth thee wasn o troe wt y ble wth t Hy
The clerk ut once became obsequious., tbh. r-tn'aue crown. The man in whose phlte f Lime and Soda, which
There was nuthirng too good lor Mr. brain the hid-a of crownuig Lord Bca- are such valuable tonics,
Gelvin of Missouri. constield erugiunatd is now dead, ot a s makes this preparation an.
"Well, give ine back those check," long as he lind however recovered from ideal on; and checks the,
said Dave. "I'll go ovLr to k e t k he blow of L.o lieacuudtiuld's refusal wasting tendency, and the
and cbash it myself." of ins ir>huti 'racy 'r'unrm li lcel' patient almost immediate-."
The check was handed tn the irate 6dIsusEiritl-'trons trUm 5,000 p.iple to- twnt almostCt to d Oi.
man, and he marchud'ot and never re- wnrd his gold laurel wreath. L,br in iCO ZL d feS to put on
turned. Tlo clerk ws exinhntly lilld -,Jue, t1'9, iwen l:e formally offered ich and ga a strength
with cutiosit. about theo liasotu-i.a], the crnwu to his idel. it was refused Which surprises them*
for he uLt a letter t:>Cbarlcy Doniovau, Philadelphia Times Be sure you get SCOTTS Emulomn. See that tim
cash nI t. th-l-aitand bum asking if i .. ..... i in ...t..a n:- n ma an and fish are on tae wrapper.
(jeJviun's check foir $1,0l 0 .O s geod .he ffc th, 5h a ,s ,,. 1 SCOTT- & BOWNE Ch.mirts, Nd w Yak.
Ch;.rl'. wrote back that Gelvin's oheck


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The lleavtiet Thing In tee Wborld.
Thie heaviest thing in Ihe world is the
metal osmium, tho blui.-h white metal
with violet luster which Mr. Smitb'son
Tennant discovered 90 years ago in tba
residue from dissolved- platinum ores.
This metal has a specific girxvityof 22.-
477; that of gold Leing 109.205; lead,
11.861; iron, 7.79, and lithium, the
Slighte-t, only 0.594.
The French cheriist, J',ly, determined
that osmium is like\vise the most in-
tusible of metals. It could never be
made to yield to the oxyhydrogen flame
which makes platinum and irridium
run like water, but Joly has beeit sub-
jecting osmium to the exclusively high
temperature of the electric are which
AMoiEsan has of late employed tucoessful-
lai g.,the manufacture of diamonds.



r ratf t1e.eingapp n qut-
ly only the faintest traces of fusion. OA5
this aeon-.,unt osuniunm cannot be prepnired
in sufficikut quantinis: to make it very
useful in the artsa, lt its alloy with ir-
ridium, which d(.des the acits, is of
some value, nothing better having beau
found wherewith to tip gold pena. Be-
ing ncutrnagnetic, its employment for
the bearings of the inmaiincr's compass
has bepn advocated.-Popalar Scienoe
Monthly.
A Shower of l.t1ts and Shoes.
Charlo- F. W. AlJie',lutz coutributas
"A Boy's Recoll.-:ti,,as of the Great
Chicago FiLe" to it. Niaholas. Mr.
Mieglatz says:
Unce, for a few iinutes. I thought it
was all over with me. The flames
sprang from the middle of the block,
ou nitu east tide of W.vIstreet between
Was!hington and Randoliib, to the mid-
die of the block betweau Raurlolph and
Lake streets. Here a remarLkable thing
1 happened. At the's n'orhjT 'west corner of
i Wells and Lake sFreets I stopped for a
moment to catch .my breath and to look
back. At the southeioat corner there
was a boot and shti;u sai-.p which had a
gla.s front ou the rear ai Ly, similar to
that on the street front. bar not so elab-
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NOTE.-It muet lie remembered that (th
wind is not a wholly reliable motive pow-
or and if the sailors sometimes find it ito
possible to make scheduleotineit mua t h
etarged to the elements; they do the hbes
they can.

Thue shinouier Crawfurd arrived
from Pensacola Monday.
The scho(ncr Cleopatra loft Sat
rillay afternoon, lor Pensacola.
The blet -tnr Alpha arriveil froit
Mobile, on Wedlneilay of la.t wee'.
with thirteen passengers anil a Imt-g
cargo of freight. She proc cledl at
OhCI, fur Ca ribcelle.

PACKEl' WL'HOUNER
Win. Crawford.
-CAPTAIN R. C. GWALTNFY
Makes reguilrtrips between St. Andrew
liay and Pens:,ilON. Passing a n


an erjy attention to the srifi.et.
and comfort of the foimier, and Palr
delivery of the laller. For particular
address, R. C. GWA LTNEV, Lessee,
S'. Aiidiewa B:y., l-'l.

PACKET SCHOONER
CLEOPATRA.
JAS. HOLMES, MASTrIvt
LeavesSt. Andrews Bay c'ery Tuesdav.
leaves Pensacola every Friday,
(weather penittinig). Special atten-
tion will be given to receiving anid
forwarding freight for narties living oni
East and North Bay, .'a Bsengers tior
points on either arm of the Iany can
depend upon secuting po'umpt trins-
portation at reasuiualie iatei. For
further il forinlation apply to
L. M. WARE. & Co.. Agti
NAPHTHA LAU 'CH,
GLADYS.
C(JAP '.tRA i \Vli I -RnLI.
Carries the East Bay Mail Ibetweeni St.
Andrewa. Bar, Wetappu afid intermedi-
ate points. Levrae St. A::dJews dail i
except t Sunday) at 6:00.. rn.; nrrive att
Welappo at 1-2:30 p. in.; leave Wetapp.,
at 1:00 p. in.: arrives at t-'I. Aidren i itl
.7:30 p. tm. Makes Jadinligi re-uilarly at
Harrison, Cromantoii, P'tirker. Piit-
hurg and Farmduile. For piasseitger and
freight rates, see rate card in the S1I -
erali postloflices.
DAVID M. WITIH.LILL. '-'nl tiatr'r.


A Week' 4 %leitiher.
The following table Lgives the maxi-
mum, minimum and mean tempera-
tures, the rainfall and direction of th.i
wiu'l, for the twenty-four hours ending"
at 7 o'clock p. m.. as indicated by U. S.'
government self-registering thermom-
eters. Max:Min. Mein. R'n W'd
Dec 7 :147 _.19 n
S8 42 ..00 n
9 40 .4) nO
I* 1u M6 Lam5n-J


12 30 00 nw
oi :
** 13 40 i .12 nw
For wc't... I 36 I .17 1
Thi rnaximum thermometer in use at
this station has again had the misfor-
tune to get broken; hence the maxi-
mum and mean temperatures cannot be
reorwded until a new instrument is re-
ceived from the weather bureau.
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at the Buoy otWiffie. "'- -
-Briing your ordinary school ink bot-
tle to the Buoy of-ice and for 5e get it.
filled with Arnold's celebrated Chem-
ical Writing Fluid-the very best ink
made. Must have your own cor'k.
-The S5. Andrews Horticultural
uand Ihnprovi.-nifnt Companv IS prepar-
ed to clear. improve .Iand plant-irito 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.
--Handl.omo letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either St. Andrews Bluff, or Bucna Via t L
Point, at 8c. per dozen: al-o map of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 12c. per dozen, at t he
Buoy office
--Chas. T. Davis of Marianna and
Mias Leanna Brock of St. Andrews were
married at the residence of the bride's
parents yesterday morning, W. I. Sin-
gletary, Esq.. officiating. The bride
and groom took their departure at once
for Marianna, which will be their fu-
ture home.
-If you are tnlnking of hbuy.ing prop-
erty in St. Andrews or uiluinvule vi-
cinity, you cannot. afford to purchase
until you have conferred wilh i;oe pro
prietor of the Buoy. If you are short of
money and want to buy on your ownf
time for actual settlement 'you can be
accomimolu ted
-Everyone knows it is too cold, even
here on "Lovely St. Andrews Bay," to
try to get along wi hiout, a heating stove;
so what is the use of putting oil getting
one any longer? Go to T. C. Danford's,
where may be found a stock of the most
any. r.vPA ,inatir.., nr.Ain_ t-.r -


..w...i i -'Uw eou ner Is sinI as L' L
make them a necessity, and will m:ike a
price on them that you cannot longer
afford be without one.
-The Booy- is comrmissioned to brn'iiiL
seller and buyer togfe.ther for a most de-
sirable bargain in real estate about two
and-a-balf miles frem the Buoy office
on the Parker road. Five antres of
ground, fenced, with good two-story
cottage and furniture for small fimili


a
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bi' t rganizatiop. Tne b'md has
been practically suspended for several
montlis becaun4e of the absence of a b.-
horn, which they could not Werll get
along, without. It -s to be hoped the
youn, gentlemen will be able to supply
the deficiency and put theLnst'-, ii.
shape to furnish iousic at social gat her-
eringe and on public c cna-ions as of
yortle.

The Young Peoples BLtptrist Uion
meets at the Baptist church cevr1\3
Sunday at 3 ... n. All invited.
The Y. P. S.C'. E. meets every Siu;-
day afternoon at 3:;40 o'clock at tlim
Presbyterian church. All intiested
in Christian Endeavorr work are
iarnestIv invited to attend.

eI'trs. ii;i I.
T'ax Collectuor, A. Q .Jo'mnp ti:i!.e
.iW.. teir.-t oifilial call uliimn St. A..
th ews yeohlteilta colle.'lili i l,' t 1..i

R e v L (,- G uJ n I'ti n re ,i M ,1 n .l ,
tf:I, ) i, t.1 l l:i e at thl .t x'l, i .1
coiierecTIc MI . (Ui tiin is i iI,.,iIt-
..I tto thi Ii.ut fur lthe e- l sl iiig , .i
M rs. I Ie ,iil Pielie', aliiv,.- II, tiln
Alpha fiomil her i.ill1inue: hiuno iii
Hiiii, s. Mrs. Pierce will .phi hl e I h-
\i inler ill St. A mirv %s.
Rev. 1.,1. \VWebb, anive.- iti St.
A iii.ivtr h Satuiilntv iigilit. and is
"wehli led Iw illsis man !1y i ls It, I e.
lie im a gue.ii t i(, C. 11. LDif,,ii at
lii, ict'deice n la.tike street.


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'ini rliT ilaii ': P.,iu if in lVn h ,ia'-e, i
it ,., 1I .-5 p rti' iii tle. ft uh 1I 'ra i n-,c.,ii-
i 'i i j it Ii t, ii ii lmc.I e -t .. V A c ,l l A -
W ill i,,Il GIi, i(_-,' ni-4.1 ,1 o ll ii i It
I'l. al I i i l -til h olaIhn l i I ii itei r i n
tlhe nl.,. n1J in dltiat, t[ l r iti di- iiii i-
lti iui, liin .e li.t:;, pr.tir- aid l 'iii -. t'
roadiv toi i e!,,_s TIni'i s 1'\ bIV r ln Ii ,ile
at L M \\' r.- & 'i .. St A .. ;i .
Li.ath i. 'r it a. :i 1' a i rd icili 'J I'si 's.

Cost of REisian oronatfons.
Alexander III was p rsimopiius. Oni
his dcat.hbed he advise his ,on to bco
strictly economical., is owru coromn-
tion, he said, had oulycost, l:13.0(..0')0
rubles (ar,,.0 U01, bui the coronati..;i
expouses on-ht t' bo aI 1 couMld bo fur-
ther' reduced to 7,000,01) rubles. Nih'lo-
las II bas prf..rred, ou the co(ittz, ry, to
squnudi-r on that"' nuf{ rtuna-t il-. ':iy
more than 60,000t ,0,t) t i.t.;,',, ,,.-
000), takcu frcnt the a;io->y u;e,L:i.r-
dened.l tatj bindgc't.
Strict econoiiy in state ex-.in'Jitire
was the rule during the previotos riisn,
and this nmnch mutt ibe s.Lil ot Al,'1:'i-
der Ili, that lie surc'c-.e, 1 in pautti'.g un
end tn the vwhile-ale pluul-ring ,.f '.'ei-
sia which was going ou d'uri-. tl .'2 -
ond half of Alesand' r 1':? rule. Hi: u'n-
clouibtte.lly crcatcd a (:(rtz:iai atmo''l ,_rel
of bhonuesty in the .l Dr!i.i-,."Ut c-, t h
stnte'a nflioleyS. UnIIldr tLe pw sn is-,
the n atrohword i, oun the quti"y:
"Do just as yiou like. Sltcl and p1 "-
der, but don't wony mue.'"-F}i c.s
Krapotkii ia Outlook.

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ivr <.f B'el'.iaiun W \ Mil I '.li iA r
B o'..n, was- b.i n at F'l .ni, llli ulli.
;i,,l ,liitd at E-';ian:a i, M ich Dl .-i'm
her 8th, 198, age. I Ihi ly-. wri yva .
i, l li .ix iii,,ilt hi-.
In 18.g 8 s e w :is in n iei l o 'i i-
Ernitn We \V'st, uho .lic. ,1nly, I S .2
H er luinueral to' kt -,1.iL.c Sniiil ;.i.i
b bi l M


-* -. - -r^ -o - illbe given away for less than nati c Ii tinii i a in>iii.'.
-L & -" what the improvements cost, if taken \\'i,., t lheie lih. an-- li.i -i lhe ..jl--
ff^- Regulan Com. inimii- very soon Title perfect: location de- ,ii h uiaanul. T' itlil,!.', [',,,I I'
u, y nations on0 Iti' fir'si sirable Call at or address the Buo\ I I left
amiind tiiirl SA lti tidIy for full par icUntLIs. :,iI (.i e,. arc lef tt .,i, ., ..-
-/ itn each tliititl0 i. --It is absurd for a man or boy to At llite h,::., i' l, r ill'.* ,' N.- I,.
Visitliig Brother% think of going, poorly or unoomfor'.ably \W'-.t p;a..-eit l'in ii l 'an il vl i.. ti,
FiATERNALLY INVITED. dressed wnen T. C. Danford can fit the I.ravvnly lile, !havin-g litinii i it
E. PALMER, W. M. largest or smalle-t with ready made g,e:,t li.liin.ile the 11I i, li e., e .:
W A. Eitous.Secretarv clothing at prices that leave no one an r,,,,,i.,,,
T% CLre n (Cold inl One Day, excuse for being shabbily c!ad. There S
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. garments must be sold, and Mr. Dan- She S as i lev.)t. ,o l r l.,n.!',. :.,
All druggists refund money if it fails lo ford is not the ma to put a price upon Uinih.,i ofr ito Ch('litian Etae .-,.
cero. 25c. The genuine has L. B. Q. on his goods that will drive a patron away Socicty, and active iin t hllhi' .:, c.!ij
each tablet. before he makes a purehas,-. Try him ork in E- ca ala, .il i iS. *tt
i.. --- and se e "l i i 1 o i
..andse. tlrt'-vi, aihere hhe na-le itana-' wa,' i
Looking Poenrard. -The churches of St. Andrews have ,
SDigge-Do you know whether Alder- united to have ne eneainment and rie- l' w nii set '.
man Blank still has his office on th Ch ristma tree at the Methodist urch : h cliar;eler a., fe't Iby all ai
second floor of the Cloudland building k on ristmasSatur.n ci vI I r -i
or not? on C'hristmas eve, Saturla'. Dec. 24. knew etr, a, ,a l:,r+, c'iele w lo i. -
liggs--No. He is now located on the All the churches art-e united in this. n!tiredt .in.d oI hier are lot 'ir.ow-
nineteenth floor of the same building. which leaves no room to doubt. that it 1ng.
Diggs-ludeedl What was his idea ol will prove a complete succes-. A
wnakin'g the change? unique entertainment is in preparation l;iiii i 1 \\ s st'g i.l
Biggs-I guess he discovered he had and every child in atondance will hero- .-r'v hi a Inlr thue It -.r; i'.-
no show of being elected to a higher meed ith sne c.'t rm the ,I!,uli'r;Jctrma ati
S ..hi.o. .ews.. m em bered with snsmne preserit from the: r ked if h a 'pr, ch .g ialh u l.
Oti'ce. so he concluded to rent one.- ree..
Chicago NCw.. tree. ,it ; :i .A) |,',,, .\ 1(. i hi,,|i >
-Nothing mnikes a t imorf salt.abe el -he it clt lytii h-r i. -,
The Lu attainable. holiday present than a jiudici)on.. C,.'lec- ne I li I, lt hr i1 si
She looked at iUn ith soulful, penl iO Of chinaware. or glassware. and uo
sive eyes. ,t' d- ,. ...t...U o. in W ashin.t' llic t,'- alni; a -, t'." i
"Itwk., ,,ue.-Iningt el.
true earthly appinei, if it existed, -e '.e t- .. e
would consist?"' than does T. C. Danford. and a visit, toi hil'ai anmI uinileuio'l -the tiiililO' 1i1t7
He gave the question careful consid. his store, Corner of Loraine avenue and wol..
ration before he answered. Cincinnati street will convince you that
"Ih having weatiler that would en- lie is determined to sell. whether he Dvivijnuol Ont or Life
able one to wear an overcoat in summer wets lirst cost or no!. They most go. The fools whgi th
and a crash snit in winter. -Washing-, Ted tfe lay, b, .,. o e te ons o
ton Star and he early buyer gets first choice at business and boast of it may criticise
the lurge assortments. the man who can expel businosa from i
Why He Eitlased to Pay. -The Loyal Republicau Club of St his mind and enjoy his' books, his
"One dollar, please," said the clair- Andrews is arranging to give an enter friends, his club, the theater, the opera,
Toyant tainment at the St. Andre've Hi tel on the dinner or the dance, but the cheer-
"Not mnob," he replied. "ll not New -Yeats eve. which '-ill be ful man getsdivideudsout of life where
pay you a cent,." Nw Yr ev ll c 1 till be free tl the other gets trouble.-Obhauncey M. -
"Do you think I reveal the future for everybody. The entertainment wil Depew.
nothing?" consist in vocal and instrume lial mn-
don't o@re anything about that sic, recitations, dialogues and such otb- "Is she ver h loe
Yo n told me I was to marry three times, er attractions as can hlie prepared for uc.uh in Je ch i e l heard e"
and I don's propose to put a premium the occasion, an. to cap the whole. a one say that all the world love alover.
on bad news.- .cao News. tree loaded with present., for old nd and she's been jealous ever since."-
--- :.-, h--- young-no one attendiug to be sligh'ihJ,C Ohicago Post.
h-,r .a i.i.lV I "I I r'qinl i'l t iO .'. : ('l.ll UI 'i (1 to v/',,nd --- -. ***.-t--- -- .
t C(ae '-rh. a C n H ',tn'l- fr "r anvi ,'-o' re eli]nb, twil l i'', t, A T-iin est'e ladv, Mrs. T. W. \ .To le f
sare of tr.-it and tni(i, TI,. it ;iac"'d un pon the t1 r A ',<,..t ;., t 'l il't-idelpplli.-, T'enni.. li s I ,,I t, -in-'
a t.t atI h.s tl iell provut in inm er- .l. o be a fi-ture,. ai if i- a t-i n ;tt. Cli.> l !: in i's (',ig1h R l ia ti I iir i. '
- a c*B0! Hore is it Srtr.ph, ,,t 'li'hitnl- l. t ..i (,pa'on is overl>,,L' :ed ,inu the 1i*,.',. tht'v In lit'. wi ho is -iuli.jict I, e'rittup, ariil 9 tis ,,
of letters receive .: "1 hlt'e iIed Chart,- -will find a ,or-,en in wv I; t,- i' "i: -1 find it ,just ,s g d aR ,' u i ', in, 1ii
'nqrlain's Cough Re.nzdt wrile ialrn- pstoffm-o. Nothlirj. 'fi 4 i.i'8i''.1. ri-a- lisiau1c I lifc h l1 lii r CSmil .
frot a severe lhronti frtnil .I, niid foiu d ture wilU c. nt.-r inta- tile -in.tetrLi ent lencdv. Iiaboby .I Lb ltIft .'I r l e:i`rC. .14 -i n i, I
ftamellate al.d effective relief. I cnn unI- and democrats :ind populistL- ,ill be as croup ever so many riniic., lil I ,,,ll
heattaltingiy recommend it." IR s 1R welcome to attend as anyone. The ol- give hint a dote of tle Rein..ilv. iaid it
WjmTainloir,. editor Gra'nd Piterl* (KI ive branch of peace will he the emblem prevented ht' il ing it evern tinie." Htin-
liern'ed. For tle by L. M.Wnr.' & '..S of the-evenig, and' harmony will be dreads of moIhels .e:, sit v tlre in,. Ie -n' :i'.
AmlreV aind Bas-heiad and all na d uitic the watchword to greet both old and I L. M. Ware & Cu Sr. A.dens aut id
d- n n'R3 ..ea d .ill .iail;..;,it i l.-.n it.


Don't Tobacco Spit and Stoke Your Life Away.
If you want to quit tobacco using easily
and forever, be made well, strong, muignetic,
full of newv life atid vigor, take' N.-Tu-13ac,
the wonder-worker, that n!i.(i'-! .t'',ikni n
stt',us;.. Many iIgja ten p.-t iias ill ten 02iA'-.
() '0 r .l51'.lllilii']'el. JBny .,. 't -.-.. f roar
'i-"lr-''-t, [iini.1d.'"' c-afia'.--..inlr: I i t '.]i .,'"e: t i"e
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tlie -evt-nt a::1 I b.-i .i iil ab triui -
v. iLI r,'i work, it Vwas fUl ly 1.5 iui.i2:Iat
f i,,r tLha time thi fir-t sta r-i h vi b..han
turn dl onj m'.i!l tI:l big L -''Chii,? -VS
ru.mii' rt rcIulati.'jn sy E5:l a',-l t .,ic :
a r-T:..ll .-, amount at w.-'. U..-'Pitt.-
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EA!TErli atFi iCER
9 Broaditray. N.Y. BELVIDEFRE, iLL,


FOR TH FAMILY. CAl
"I take |i.'lvire In prol"in" a 't *'- -
'our ValU II r. iT y :l i. ., .. i -T
latd ni i "*I;.tl,,lu,1' I@., t Il ] / --v t i' ** C ;,-.''. -- i,, 1,
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FOR CII .EH. '. .. I a/. ., .-
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FORPL--. 1" 'E-"H".-i
"I u er to trt e or $ -- I I L J'I" 4I I
the d .i' r.tfa ltjth j ibY.r lh |i.- I I "' "L; i '
bro athi on 0y eon-'Iipatl i j -.. '
which I e as 'rflled' fur t' .'
,years. I adn a o'wyo v ayrt.ASji',i .P'1 i "
in the toe n i eAr l,1at i'.- n l i,-.'r
roundi anvtnll u 1to e il i l ; .
day I am u ntily free icr.:. m i'k-- a. "
Ve. ll.ie a iibw iniaivt -" *J I. lirl- a 1. 'r. ;. ', .
ltII JlrjlTi St., i,: L . .
FOR HEADACHE. .. .
myoth my nie nit' mype
have hrn t!hins c ts'taaS r t-
they are the feat. nm etJii ,.e h-. a o'.- '.-''... -, .. ""''t
everhad In the hoidu La n.i.., .. y C-... ,' -, ., '' ...,- j" '-'
wife wasi far tic with b-.id. n, I o., .. .i .",; -
two day l she Itri e i'-t e y ,'r '"" f-' '' .
CASUAKET. and there r'tlierd tie .'. -
pain In her head Atlm.-,t tnmeaiately l "r- "ne-'dn 'rsr '. ;-.-'.,_
We both recommend '"nearets n.:'- -^ ilis .'. i' .
CHAIs S'Tiiirm .m oi -,m*-;"'.-'% '' -i..' 7 ,.I-' _
Pitlsburgh Sto & Drprst Co.. -
Sm ttsburghPa. *r'rtY-14 -i'fl ^
FOR BAD BREATH. ;
have been naturN 0CA4. ia
RETS a -n 1 ) mild aildca- '.ria e 1r % win rill al Ithe dire
lanalve thy ,r- '.i Tnm i, wonl.trrul. "l A i i S, it r 1i. a iiR, .ia.)di
My daug hti.' a dcl I m.r' -it'retrd "i". r'i,: a,'"i 1 "tA r nt IS
witlhlbQh'-i t--nl,'.ina t ant **urbrrath % e'nalai3 j. II1"s CtA Nllxtil Ji., D tfil,,'
er'v had. -ftier axiirun % few 0--i, - r'nia I 1a I a l a--t't'
f -sra-e a -, ha 'i iriv"1-n-.rt tat i a .r i-. . ...SH A
dersfully The re a g-at l, nin e sia - .THIS H
th Vfamily." i 'A 't XINARai i ealJ FFitit '.it- trIttl i iaf. &trea snd g l.ta ,ias
37 Riterihouse St., tn t Ideal naath er unlia and Ae.tiulal
FOR PIMPLES. C A-mov
S"MY wtehad anples onter CATHARTIC
T LUee btt sle has, be t hs be talawrf ,-.,S
CAII-TS ao. rt'y hint eli dt-.p-
peared. 1 had ben trouf lei ili u -fib
conhtipatiOn for ,i- time. but after
taking the fir- t Ca r.er-'t 1 ha'%e hod ".mEh i MARK R'oibTpito
no trouble alilh tlit alltllnent. We. Tr ,DEM,," --- mi !
cannot speak rt', htihly . r Casct-
rats." FVItR. &iLtTMAN., .
570 n iferiintown A re.
341 'hirldtlphia. 'F 6 BONBONNIVERE rPHilS. BTERIl.iSH ElI


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hilt E T h Bt i ll j fni1 "RaIr'sp! Ill 1 -0; l IT.dtv'. A lt
S i L l i 1U ,, i. i' ." ...,,,-n,;, . r |, a n a-
ondl hundred and .lv :-.. ,, i ,i- a
F riling L nl i in t i su th li i'f o I .-i ''If N' .Li I Ii
I I t s i i e- F i .t n 1. \ il. -.i lt L 'iir i .ur ijt(, ,]1 i uc
*iuiht.,i Fle Fi,,,t ilt-h:.J ..r .a -l.ts tar i t.' '3t itittr., ',pplv t 11w
Finri&h Fluati,. it' ., .ini U '.ttI v i V I .lfi..
%G r p1 e l- i V..Ill U .. i I.j n. ..i
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This Is a ift of friendshilp and appre-
oialI.n i tLibo mary ft _".r of AiS-
CAIETS CANflt' CATH&RTIC,
whom we can reach In no other way.
ctliro slip out of n a.'fOe bax of (A&IC -I
I'tips out woi two 2s lies to the mann-
i absolutely FEF.I is gold-platod. bahnd-
1i ulre J'It tlike ihe iPat. B'own herewith,
LNDSOME PRESENT
Ma handy .'tol ennrivrasnuti recepaRie for that
-inio, i CA YOU WILL BE DELIGHTED
nut only wlitn ie b ibonnilere, bnt
with is Coi tnritns. CASCA r'T
art' so mild. fragratii, S patatie,
so pleasant. !et posltlle la Itleir an-
1 lion. til.tshI y f1rm the only proper
la.,Ilve fotr ideis. children, a nkd tb
7 ouali mtId in nreeral. .Lay oae ,nablle
to ohti.in ,llr-cim.ln llite as abQove. by
purt-lasiin frniu tnrir dru gist.elnsad,
.': Ii ai n stisutns and receive a
a0 or bE ho .r cAC..BlTST wiUl..
iT (il, laltaUu, :iOl'tTIa l'il., NEW 1OR1.


IC, ) .W fJE


FOR CONSTIPATION.
have gone 14 day a t lme
wIthbout movement of li.
bowels. Chronic eonstipatlon for
aEi'en eiars placed me in t terrible
roiaii;in. I did everything I heard
t-f int nieer found any relief until I
began '-sng PASL'A R ET. I now have
froin oe i o to reep&&.sfgsadty.tnd
Ii I wasrich I would ge VWi. for
each movement; it is such a relief."
ATLvz L. HHNTi
1689 Russell St., Detor ich.
FOR BILIOUSNESS.
C" I hSlve used yor valuable
CA:StAlBETS ar d find them per-
f-c. wouldn'tt do without them. 1I
hIfa reused them for somne time for In-
digeit'on nid iiilittanei-.andam now
ccmrat-hne y eat -if. H.econnmendihemin
to every cine. Once tried, you will
never be wiltolit thrm in thet family "
Ew. A. IAmA, Albany,i. Y.
FOR WORMS.
"A tape worn eighteen ftet
long at least came on the i-ene afier
my tainsg two CAbCARETS. This I
amn surmeascaued nmy bad health for
the pastthree years. I am till tak-
ing Cai tcareta. the only death trtlo
worthy of notice by senasbtl oIpe."
Gro. w. Bo.OWL., Bairdl M* &
FOR DYSPEPSIA.
"For olix y-ears 1 wArn 0l-
t d' ordsperis a in It wormt form.
1 could eat niothint but milk tafit,
and at time-s my stmach would not
retain and digest even that. -Last
March I bega taking e CABCARETS
and gtce then I have steadjlly im-
proved, antit I am 6 0ell Ae over
wa In my life." --
UAvlI H. Mii. r, S yNewark, 0.
FOR LAZY LIVER.
b have bee trojbl ed Faye
de'IiL. a torpid Aer, w*AMA"io
dare, constipation. I fond CAS.A-
r to be aill yTc clatan for theM
rd eure uch relief the firsttral .
that porehiied ,1tn ier mhpp .eid
was Completely euredi. i Saioill
be too glad to rucomnmetad
whenever te opportti re-
efnted." A.6
Nlesqimehenas u a vg.
Phiiatelpbila, F-a.
FOR BAD BLOOD.
"l CASAKKi1T do al ehat
toe tbem aM are a truly woiPftnul
medicine. I have ortni wi hb6 for a
mediteIe pleiflaat ti tallkel t
lat lhave found IIin c bCnAR
nee taking thea my blood h b
parflad n my complexion ha tU
p-ovedwonderalln, andA Cel much.
Sbee i r way."
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LOCAL DRIFT,
-Razors and pocket knives at the Pi-
oneer Drug Store.
-Taxes for 1898 are now due and will
become delinquent April 1, 1890.
--You oau get fine prunes, figs, dates,
raisins and candies at the Pioneer
Drug Store.
-Wannamaker & Brown's samples
foor Made Suits at L. M. Ware &
Co's. Call a,.d aet. prices.
--Leave your orders for turkeys for
the holidays at the St. Andrews Poul-
try yards of Geo. W. Suiber, sr.
"-Aliens Tasteless Chill Tonic, Sar-
saparilla and Yellow Dock are the
best. For additional evidence call on
Dr. J. J. Keeter.
-"Lewis'" n.In'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.
M. Ware & Co's.
-Genuine old fashioned Michigan
maple sugar, warranted pure, to arrive
on the next boat and be on sale at the
Pioneer Drug Store.
--Call at Dr. W. G. Mitchell's East
End Drug Store for Christmas books,
Christinas rards, and .a general assort-
ment of Christmas -ke t..
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-Not only the Methodists, but all St. I Tax Collec r's t 1 it. .h.
Andrews Bay will be well pleased to 1 hi viajc. lie 1owi g fltCsif Didl you ever see a careful euginees
learn that, Rev. L. G. Gunn hs been start a big pumping ,eugue? He goes
assigned to this charge for another s about it iu a very delieratemnaumr in-
year. Mr. Gunn, by hid unvaryin ,.ieig the .,i a'l coniiuty. taxc,; dourl. Chief Eugluocr Micohael Hlodg0e,
cartoons and considerate ciu-e has.: lo ihIa year I.SS).. who has charge of the hibro gigainti
ade everybody his friend, and all pumig egiies at tmo Alleghany wa.
ade everybody his friend, and all are. T -d, D 15. terwor at Monroe tatin. pve an il-
glad that he is to be with us for another, ( i l1.i |,il.l, t., Dc 17. lutrated lweture on tho :ntl-c the oth-
year. r r iiV to a vi;-itcr who h:i[p[. eid int-i
-Say, hasn't your wife or daughter v D vis' M111, M1 atc, 1 .c. 0. L L. iu plant. Turning a little v', heel ir1
been burning her eyes out cooking ovtr '"iiill', 'l'.,i'l.L c. 2U, said: "It takes about 15u nin;-ures to
that old worn out stove, or in the fire 13 ,,,ii. W\ .i le : LD'c. p2l. o 6artoue olf thet.o pl r u I wot tur hirg
place long enough? Go to T. C. Dan- (- ,it', '' ,,, ,., l,,:.. 22 j ackr h before h t t down toa hard
ford's and got her a new cook stove for n' -^ F[ i, .[.',.. 'O k. A m :bioe s like a mau in a
a Christmas present. He has a line \ nV, I,1.:I I 2. w. A itA, rbie-h like ta mit lin a
.I M.iI' *tn ,,La tl .',, race--h.i Lha t'. get lin,.
assortment and is anxious to sell them, .-, up before .u3 is ca-able cf her
now. and will make th,-m .aI a price \' ,hi, i t, ii i'. 1-'l very beavworl. Toe work tbis eoginei
at which you will be sure to buy one if -' mny ei iox does wneu sbhr. gts d:iwn to basiuess is
you once give hin a call and examine n a ,Ito ta-o 1500 gallons of mater out of the
them, ik- h nric,. -very w rc:ithout,.u og Lr dtiving,
them.a curious cur-tun. Vbin -.o' of thuem wel and stm r it eits y to Alie-
-All renadeis of t~he( Buoy will bie in- bcoros a widow, rA parts thte kull g andsl:t i ts Wt to Ale-
a w.,,_w, i V ,L 'p~t q 1 t- ." gba'iv. :-lha ri,3,s ;:.l th-. raw.ii of ij r.-vo-
tcrested in the combination offer made' of hr r dicc u'c:l h n,:ld and carries it h e i a
els'wlhere, by which they can seuut,. about sup-nrdIed a le side. TLero it see t'hat se. Lrr'-. r i suap, -a t c**rus every
eutir.:]y free of oost., a yearly sbk-.e-rip- a .we.s tte puD tf a treasure box, cent of h1er va.;,- i."
Lion to the ('tlurnbiau, publilh..d ait in which shb, pl her jewels, he Dirin wn into the -Lae-,t Air.
Boston, and an elet:ant souv3tir sp.jt money and other uahblo pIcssessioas, B.,i,. t':r.,l a lo .- -. ri a of
of Sigbee, of the batleshi, M.1aine so fur as rpae'o wil How. i t ., i ti in
We have ilso made a rat.ig'ngen..-us lt.
which we. can ive a D,-ey, Samntp,.i. Fewer French s pass through the aul.' tu:l;-d ou lai'ttJ3 d it-u at, to L.ua
Sehley, Lee, Miles or H-oban sp).n in Suaz canal than erinau, Italian or vlnr, whic i ri dro 25
place of tle Sigsbee pattern. Every even Dutch. whel, which ,vigh,-. a triJo urer *23
reader should take advaita-u of t im. en tDuc. % begau to r:m-v-oe sloivly. Dowu
offer. Qhinese rice P is made from the into thi b.Asemeut b wut ,i-il n t open
The St. Andeews Brass Ban.B.d-s c tiA ri ol. thu intake valvo a trill?e moe Iudl then
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ST. A N 1 1 1EWS:
PRICES CURR ENT
iRpOCER IES.
lugar, y b Tea, 11,
Gra ulIated ...... C6 He No..... 5 5
Coffee,A .. . F Gunpowder.. 40
Lt brunn ..... 5 Uncol'd Jap.40-t60


fle e,
Green.... 12@20
Arbuelkle,lb 12-15
singerr snaps 31b 25 1
Irackers, seda 10
tobacco, plug 20a60
London layers ._'-15
Valencia ... .. 8
tic' ....... 64
Spplea
Evaporated... 1-.
Dried Peaches 8
Doal Oil prgal ....15
gasoline ..... 30
Florida Syrup. 40
ioney......... I .-fIt
vinegarr ........ 30J
lheese pr'lb... 15
SIa Bu ter .... .. -... o
gl--i^m. ,g t ...., .... ...
Beans .......... :-4 (
Cocoanlut pkg... 10
Fiuit Poddiate... 10
Jelly, glass 10al2t1
Lime Juice ..... 4.
EggS trer doz... 1I


Flour IQ
ArninSwa r'4.21h. 1
Maacslc 275
rAmt ieal pr lb -711
,uorn per hair... 5
?"atat ucs
I i ish,...... 1 20 lie
gat-13 I'ite seed 1 20 k
Swamt.,. _60@g75a
Alah, l.......5
H AI1PWt'
Naials, nreIt-31t.,ot.,a4A,
Gltv il c a dp (-,Il;Hf
~ioves cook,. $s:5L
Pipie, per juit 1,5
DRlY G6
1'a into, pal yd. .-5aW8Cil
4baectiaags ... 50I Fl,
Jentas,...... ..5a4a Sit
I 11.1 pall Is wit Qi'j"
May pr ciat ThaI .,a
Emu n........ 1.25 BH
RopeSisal-... 7@9 JLi
Wanalagnes prdoz. A
Appeus ......... 30 Al
OYSTlE
in slell~prQ00 O 1.50 0'
LI VE STI

iNJtiles ... $50n10a h l ic
pr yolie $10 ',I
I'OU ['1'
C',icke~alLeafela i :;1:25 (a
I aitkey . ..- W .OOD D1
6 A M V'
VeCliiboli paItIf,7;10 Tn
A SH1
F1 c ll '


Could a milk, cani
U'nsweetn'd. 10
Sweetened ..... .
Baking powder
Royal...... .. 511
Canimp lll. I. ... 10
Cannciled fruit
Peaches .... (10
Toraltoue . . .9-tl2
Apples........ 10
Fears ......... i 5
lumn ... . l.. 0
Apricot.. 1-:2JO
Strawlcrr ies il)
Pineapple .. 10-'20I
Cl:nnlied MelecA
llonst Jee' ..... 1
Cornil Btoeef. . 15
Chipped Beill -25
L od t u,4 . . ;1.'
,S Ilmon. ... .. 15
Canned VegetableA
Baked Beans... 10
Corn .......10 -15
Peati........... 10
I'iu n ki .. I 2
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Time Best Seeds Abs~olitely Nee
ess a y.
WecafLhOL t-,,- t'.~gyoi. too U1.
en it go the si nppie .laIP,.ft :a'ICI?(11
planting bedstli:nt :ilc j..ilca.ly I it,,

willfeal) Ii.e raed, i~ii'rL Iwea' w


stile to caribe the 111lanter ithdaltPpciiit.
itunt and !ob '1'The I on-1hl l 0
plIanter's only ellicty lie4 ini bu'y ig
iseedd sent outitby a consiteneiiom1s tand


trnstivoithy house. A vast numbeil
of American gnar'eners have (aniii
have had for yI cats) ithe utiim Nt caii-
fidence in 'cedc that benr ithe name
D. )M Fcerry t& Co., D.-tirit, Michi.
Tlie apiesent generation of planter,
caln Iharlly reilemlben r the ilni e 'hlien
Ferry's seed s were not oil nalei txei .
wliere each year anil as regiiiirvy
planted by the thlioutiaads-with their
greatest faith illn thie unvayinv g i :il-
ity or the seeds anld in the integilyv .1
tl.e fi ii that grew them. Every
planter, whether already a buyer of
Fetir''s smeols or n.ti, hlio'hill setil fur
Ferty's Seel Annual for 1S99. It i-
m ail e l free t(, aiLX.1. .ig "1 1 '"
for it.

She Ordered the Governor
A bou It.
Waihiington (Cirrn l'e:,!poide t( Chicago Tril,-
iilae.
S..ick h ii ls i r. hi iit tl y 1.. --
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Blaconia Sideq~.. - 1la 11bthaI 0 it i-Iaell i%% .,las iive l i~t 1 1,Iat
Fi sh .. r-:a Il ihacim -Iltam .. ta 1111hail-lat [- I Ilit,
a II' tI c a umII a II e l-A fl l.11

eel
tcorlitaki.......... tilgse i iait lhan ~-ieaill-
Fre;h. i-----1---'ThOthe.11a1 ..
M1ilk pr 41 ... . . .it o l laItaI stali~: I t(,ai' g. rtiticaltit I'I I
AH.
in's, each .... :l3a-5. \V'hI I,! a Ni-ta-w Ja.v: *v It I II iI ie
oppea- paint, scaall 4-a l od 1, i, Iat0tIo I@-cicetyI atnI
6isaed o il. I a15a511-4 i.S d tatilo
'at those a~t I*vit Ian I IIat~1i~~i:a
)ODS,.......SaS' ile'lieiltaa haava*:tit a st-l Ctiaots.'t
atanl------l14i liv, li~l iIai~atI~l I rierlai-. 1,-%%
hiread per .posal .5'1(


hoe Ir a di :l. $ a. ) ttdt.nahr
N Eh US. IS lie 111.1H it, hit isbMidag ~it "Ii
Ccatoa. pl-.th.a1 .ah.t.ta .tli ")h73

,allauts------.i
lru oIIII Ala -. .- .. I. II IS s til S-av e :aI tInIIII .w sa t-4 ,Ile rel t o
S lit iig imore waterr," whIIi chI lie 411ia1
1,11d, .7a 1gqt.. c nieertl~ifv. whelk nthle trltin wa.1-4


ows....... $15a.*.$'
ogs ........ .3 1tl $1
heep ...... . ..
'RY
ese eaitch. 4,3..510
U ks ...... I. j, i
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-. ~ lnvi~w5- pa ~ witilallat pr 1,1k1il 5.1 ie h r. mtiaill.
Tia -jut. ....... V25 Tlromut .....


Hlo~iult, IC) spirit t lte wavanaiithimatkod~
Ilac CAN "i sa lAS Shim evice-, anidiit&
qulitelud %tatlie WtvaS. Much 1.) hem
sill p,' i.e5 she karnel hlat it ta-a thle
(.1 uvenia ataIII'Now ~Jet sey, %a,iita l ha
tii nobtentat ti. otts lV tinli-lv.ta1ea totitle
saa I-) 'I his -I 8sto w-iaho 'ateretitnial-
irag Caaoan 11.0 flovear-811 s aekill C&oIIIf*, r f-


loulipaiiu pr 1l,.. l'o I' ip.niLi .... Il..tiJ Glycerin and Foreordinalion.
s.i r-geon ..... 10 Maelkerl .... a .i 0 A glycerin man in conversation with
Fli-ing, Ci. a reporter the other day said that the
..Flrt,fi g,14.() Hert, .ing. majority of those who are engaged in
Face ... 12.00 Fiee ... 12. the business of shooting wells believe
a sp ... 10,00 Sap ** ... 10.00 in foreordination. "I think that a man
Drop sidiug; Clii pl.aoilds, will not die till his time comes," he
Hleai t face pmi 14.0(i h xli in. i~)rn ..$1 '.0i( eaid. "A man is liable to die at any I
ap a 10.00 Finlisillg lnt- calling, no matter how safe it may be
Rtni~t lhitiler... 8 ,& liter,d. $1-(i 15.i00, considered. He will pass through" all
Heat sialliglea, 2.50 La.l, t.a..i '.tt)l kinurs of dangers and never sustain the
'a IP .50 B. lrIatl Ier. J slightest injury. Then he is knocked
_irssed *2 i out of existence when lie least expects it.'
$100 reward. O. "Glycerin meu bilve to be quite
100 Rewa .100nervy, t there is not ne of the who
The readers of (his paper will Ia- plen-!- does intc fet I that he is in no great dan-
ed to learn Ith-t lihere is ait leaiti one ger. They tiji-nk thbvy will live out their
dreaded dienase that scicinen has been allotted time curl will L,".t tle blown nup
dale to cure in all its stages, and that is uutil the pre.lestinil1 vICLt is due. \Ve
Crt air. H:i ll' at.irt ati Cur i o are and lirin dd;ilb h..very il:,y and knuow
Cpoa iliie t Il o n tO 1 il.iiril 11.1- itL bnalt L,'s',"' tie ." L ,. cf caution aud
icownmo bOn L- 'o tlir 'L'o are but few of nu
e. Cth ei a n ti conipnrativ:ly that are killed. The rail-
disease, reqtie~.s i a c nstliisatiali tlI ,rat- road ui n are in'.:Ah more liable to acci-
ment. H:ili's Catt,-rrli Ciure is i ,. 11 in dental death thau glyneriLn men are."-
Ir-aitlly, actin. g directly poll the lloiod Bradford (Pa.) Era.
and iiinnlIou surface.s at lie ,r\ -t-in, lther- -
liv destr ing he founidallti ii nof ilie di-.. . ... ,
e.aie, anid gi ing thie patieni i t tirIitt'fh liy ,-.. *:', .,- a' i, a' .,vi- rnsti. wrrn-
lua lding up tlie c'i.i--tilun ion intl d at.- i-liin t .t' l ,i' ..,.l 1'.I s.'. *a <: ' a l, Lag-., p eas- t
J r I. 1 ..t I It .ie t ,, t gei ntly
naitire in ds.ing its e ork. lti.- pi.ipli c-- i I- i, iiil ii,' ad lioVels',
tors li;ih e so nuctl fliaiil iii iti- iiir.l;a .. u t, -t 2 1.: i "i dit, i1 l in lod%
Iowet that i haoy ofl.'r O ,' ll.iiarr.I I -. ; -r lbuy and try a box
lJ i. I'ator alny etac thlia it I'atilos to C.irr. it "' - i' i.0.'.. u nlt. oldand'
Address 'a'i-itl ,e d to .-.: r. hby ill d u'-gists.
F .1. .CHENEY & ( o 'I ,l., 0
S-.ld h stiggi-st. A .Good Spurgeon Stlory.
'ric d1%c pfIa .".i)t,.t Heie is a alory abont Spargeon. FHe
c, .te pe. ho., once passed a ,-toneimiaso who, after
FILdI .,nal.- Il 11- 4 r,.i te hel.t elalch stroo of his baannur, cursed and
A ni coler sv-oro. Mrr p, laid hl aud on
A P Ubil que.ica n :i ,.u : hni sho er lc.,lking L.i dly at hi- u,
n hiqu l a inir.t .f p:,,,s 1 r!-, psaid : "You atr a: ada.-rt at swearing.
unique ,-rreat u tf i4 '.L I os Can you als-A Lr'.' '' .
paper, co1i-.i.d byI, % .. f 'ith rn, thercath ha rr atb haI
loug an L iu 4al of t:t.1i :' -.. e
each of ',i b l ..- r ir ,-' . ; I very. k ly. .
DaLhure f pit .-. I r Ii L',g utp 5 sh-iltcp "a a. iBeo
inat0ure crif ., e',..t '. . said if he v.oul,,l p iomiu.- never to pray
prison. hi cl.l,.d .::.".,- a: he would give him that. t
lion in l' l. p .-.,... ,- -.. -:,-. "'bTh t is easily earned," said the 1
the most Li Ll pr .- ,... man, a ith a fro-h oalh, and put it i
last o01f,1ial _tL:1 t:I:.;-l I.. : his pocket.. When Spurgeon left, the
Linrciln a.- L 5 Li Liman began to feel a little queer. When s
Yi-,rdl .. bt went hume, his wife asked himn what I
S, ailed him, and be told her. "It is Ju-
S-, das' money!" said the man, and cn a
sudden impuilse he threw it into the c
-v v-,as set a o.:: t. L.i. .n :..;.i-.... ' fire. The wife focud it and took it out
Dr. 'Vt nyl of f th,. '.'Ic. an nim lda discovered who had given it tohim.lit
rel. td in- a r cr si'cch t'ant be L. a The man tock it back to Spurgeon, who t
conversed long with him, warning him,
tive colurdu, ci r Ta y tht goverauora- and at; length was the means of saving i
tivo column, rZCcted Lby the go-cnru- Ibhim. [Ho became an attached memberii
mental' authority, ou which this British of his flck attached member
contribution was calmly set down as .._ o -
"tribute miney."-Penaug Gazette. j -'TIVE St)I.I(-Olt V WANTED EV-
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Skin Diseases.
For the speedy and permanent cure of
better, salt rhium and eczema, Chain-
borlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is
without an euoal. It reliev(s the itch-
ing and sminarting almost instantly and
its continued u e effects a permanent
cnre. It also cnres itch, barber's itch,
acnld head, sore nipples.', itching piles,
chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and
granulated lids.
tDr. Cady's Coa8teon Powders for
ho-ses are the be tonaic, bloi-d iairifier
aadvermifnge. P ieo, 25ccUnt. Sold by


1A L Jil I IT LJ ".1Al'.I I I 1I o Ul t I f-
Philiplipsines" l M iurat Hlil nlead, c,,rn-
'"ii iii.. i,, d In "*t ''v.i.li -rii .riil m Bi ;,:i: l
SlIi-ilrini, i t h I lie W\ .r 'li m .int. I'iht
SIsiojIk an' uii riltI'i in ln I in % nini) a i t S.S itii
i 'lai i -0irr,,(, ii the PI lu i itice Iil Ii v.' i ita :r l
M i rril l. in lie hosDnii ls l IlunI, alilti,
iii Hjir lKong, in thl Amrn'rie.m Irviiselti.
nl Mta ilni. in lthie ir iirg. nt cami s villi
S.-Agiiiin.thili on lih: d-ck of the 01n)linpi
with il [ean-iy, iandi in th- ro.iar o hiltl- al
i thie fall iif l M A il,. i;l n;ii -i I', r ,a oil, .
H i',in ul f o i" iiinal pi.-tilics tak ii 1 1,y
g,u.v.nrinieh'lt plihatogr:aph fie nnll thei f.pit.
Lair',u i.i ook. Liiw prices. Big ]ist;t.
Freight paidl Creliti ivene. Drip all
Ir.tashy iin:otftici:il iair I,,i ks-i Oitfit Ire-L
Addr'i. -. '4'. T. Pariler, "e-c'v., Stir li -
-.iii.nc. I d.l.., C .i -. _,,-a.


maiden effort that the general verdict
prououuced upon him was that "nature
never intended him for an orator."
Brougham and Canning were equally
unsuccessful, and many of the most
celebrated speakers of the present day
displayed no 6igns of oratory when they
appeared for the first time before the
critical assembly at Sr. Stephen's.
Mr. Gladstone's maiden speech, de-
livered Feb. 21, 1la33, was a nervous,
besirant and almost inandiblo effort.


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kn ow. Ih'lire%'I nill not he a isele.-.s page
is it. A 'rna tieni Eduicator ailld Hanl.-
I ..-of Kiu,1rjlail ar(m. trLi.n-Q t
iuln ie,.-ts StlCistircilI Otfi 1, Historical,
'iiliei l :iiid Agr;cutlaniir i; likewi-e a
Book ul Re liiil.t F-tict. and giner.al Prac-
ical llii'ectiunio o it erd.iy atfl'ai,- ot (t'-
ice, Hl.me .tid Farmr. A iconiplh-tie rennil
t' ithe Wair with Spiain, luah elee iotIis.
p ratingg -i.id all o l-.C r I i.iup --iil igi e 1 l8 .
A cov iai'this l. lk l It i sti..it t, nil
tbil.scribijiig ilntiiediately The
,iook %till Il puli'linlvd ttli.,a ur D 'c, eiCinltr
2.5. 181w. it isiing imnpos'iblle to gsit it onla
tiirlit r uiit i'-le:ount o' gelttiillg ciriplete rr -
:ordi- s ,if 5OSf cv ients.t Thel blilk ill bIc
uiti tu all ,ail.iil, advl iiiagi? ait thii ul r,
li. soon allf r alive date a possilile.
Ii, fact, it ia lull of ii tluibilu iiniornia-
io n .
Do not (L-Ilay, Illt take .Advantage of
hib lislei.I Toffer, ihi'la n make tlr at
in, ited lin.i onlYv, I.n peciail nirrainge rent
tilih tih? publisher,. Remtnilier, we -end
oi h pap,-is and tlihe book f,.ir onlly $1.7(I.
Addilre0- 1th B[TUOY. 9t. Andrvws, Fla.


U mm 6 (is
Ien r.I'. 1!4 CXItiV-
'n"e bIecaube the Colb
ofCilitimiun wasted co inferior
fibediC always laTROYelyczeedt; the
4.r Fnna 4omb of t Le hest s*eeds to
LA Li-baid. The bt~bt Is alwA3-S the
cheapest. Pay a tirille wore fur


SEED-S
ad uivrnys grt ynr ,y nn,,:y,,s
uotL,.- PiU % Fi~, Cents9 er a per
.. Wh'-r'p. Alwr vr lb
J'*ru'i 4b


Lt a .'. 1 T eret Isa. rt -.'rgillUU I ", ur IV.U nI , , -
Toniets, -with nothing f rt or to ido asleep several hundred years ago, after
Toummies, with nothing fcr thOra to do 1h3 had struggled valiantly for her in.
but make lovu to the Burmese girls and ebo d ged vhad w on renown hur i-
die of dysentery and fever. There are a t fierce c had t won renown dtrh n
few hundred princesses about Manda- the fierce contests between the Guelphs
lay, to whom the Indian government in ( partisas aofnd the popeAd toGhibel-
unbounded generosity for lhavngis (partisans of t the emperor). Though
unbounded generosity for having taken i Pi.-- has long since forgotten the days
their country give each 15 sillliugs a Pof r greatlns, the forld ctnote dfr-
week. Even in Burma it # hard to oftI r greatest the world cannot fur-
keep up a quasi royal state on 15 shil- i get them whe' it looks upon that won-
lings a week, so the ladies, o are of drously beautiful group of four marble
ingn eteksoh ie, o hareo ite buildings stanliug apart in the
an enterprising mind, tru, rarito- eacred corner-thu cathedral. thae ap
crats nowv do. to buiiules.. -l -rinces .tistory, the capo sauto (or burial
was fined the oaler bay for']inng a i ground), and, what' interests uo most of
gambling hell.-North China rald. all, the remarkaLle campauilo,. so well
A Domestic Symptom, known as the "leaning tower."' This
A mother begins to realize Tat her falmous tower was built in j174. Its
boy has become a yonng man when he construction is peculiar. There is in the
begmu to wipe his teet on enteriugthe center a hollow brick Lubo or cylinder;
hucue.-?Somerville Journal. around this plain round ti\ower the archi-
t:cts built eightatories of open galleries,
a ith beautiful, sleuder columns of
white marble supporting semicircular
\VA.N I l -.! --]FVih.u. IPtCr-wHinri arches. The general effect is oue of
!,ertai a in ii t..a l t, .j ta m gi.- out ii. -;~- great delicacy and lightness, a fairylike
1112, 1 Hih,.r ,i .r 1ii ,m lv.. ti. 1 t. power of wonderful grace. Tho E tnmnit
,s i-il, l -i,.-:. ,-1k er,,,,,ul.ie ti h",,-.c. i9 179 feet from the ground. As yon all
_.li ry nl ,il.hl .I'.liil) .- 'i-litr ilitl cxpalii- ,. i o
S.lefini ,ain,, it.-, i ii .U.ai.,. tisi ..l1- know, the tower ltwus 13 teet out of
hrev .., tll y75. ,. teei':es Ein-la-e tie pe rpendienlar and looks as if it
ii-.t, ai. .-, n s.-.laiipd n-ai >.-luio,,... Hriciel would surely fall over at any moment,
I. H. s-, 'esti. D-L)it M. _ilicin.,f .. but, as the center of gravity is still
within it ba:se, it is as safe as if it
---.--.--.. ----. ----- ---.. were erect. The foundations were prob-


W S U iE Ihalf finished, and we can see where at
Is prepared to cut oue point the builders tried to bring it
WOOD AND FENCE POSTS back as much as possible to the vertical
line by making the columns on the low
and deliver them at reasonable rates, side higher than the others. The walls,
If you need labor with team, call upon too, are strength d with iron bars.
Sj. \VW. ga Faucy the conaternation of the archi-
tacts wheu they saw their beautiful
- -'--- tower leaning over and its foundations
G O. S Hacker & Son sinkingintheground l It requires very
I teacv nerves to carry rs to the ton. mid


IHARLESTON S G.


MIA N UVFA C'TU PItER 8


wae find ourselves clinging to the wall
when we are on the lvauing side.
This is what Charles Dickens siya
abnat tho tower in his "Picture.s Frot
Ptuly:" "In thae course of the apcent to
the top the inclination is not very ap-
pareut, but at the summit it beconies
u anud gives one the sensation of being
in a ship that has heeled over thron;th
the action ot tin ebb tide. The O''r.-et
upon the low bideo, so) to sp--k. lonkinrl
over from the gallc-ry aud seeing thL
shaft recede to its base, is v-ery :st-r-I


PIONEER DRUG STORE.


Parsnip Complexion, onode nIpilts k.A
L ue ut:r ~ ~ I A cnriou; fc-tU7 a_ r t tuiiq, FV010
tli-)s'if-ine mrol kid t'. Li.:'til: Elt: In To
i~esif~.~rfrJL I- i iev r.u ie.. I~hesI tlflion with wI~hi Ji k-i p Wi, %dr w
1,1wchij ks, Ilid ,i. ii OS t flO to uu Up by Ihe io:ar V I-1- N, r ('il'.
a.dp: i.% ,eIi c. r, U riIiVtL I I *-i, IIIChic did it' takeia uite. H c- ro~ Lnjii

LI~-l .,~ aUITI~l-iin-ize L'-miera with it L-ia~i'.1 v'i, .1 .. Mr.
1 IL' 1 thrat h&t urco e d,,,v L i to u :i-; vvs rbn

bak 1-C~~- 14 hlS tOahtP N.dent sportsten n ttlt he -%Va.:. tvi DU.
dusi'c* to uritiate often. or a burting "tit with greater av'.':nrac~y wilb his cross
~adn in passinl- it: if a ft:v pa,5,ingL bow thun his Lkcepr could WWIi the filrL
Lhea -- i-3 a1 un at -l-a feel Ii ul as iI it tute.L
niost be at onee epeatied, oar if the iii rie To prove this ho t-lls nis the Nveb
has a brick dust. deposit ov r tonltrodor kio. r e nch i tn
~~~~~\~.31 13i IE5~ ptm et ~ t al di~ tauwj (if 2'100f:itb11o, whih L. !:1
LIII !~iIid a:1w1 n ii.) ':#tLihis L Iimaal"rl.i.16h110' M19as a jid with W~e never di-'; bt w'-e Lal'e
Q.one cof the tirAt Fprr.rtg indrt1rms UIe'U* seen the Clbarin., at this 1!n" c
lDelav Inay lead]it) the -raa% '-1, catat I.!, h in d I I jilt, c'AUIC.3 fii. iu :g do-wn, of 1:--e N.;f~r o v.C e d V. 1I
of thie bladder, illfll1m:nati,_ln, a.1t~i--IlIL piirCtd at thea fix-t. n163ir, lytht 'iow- danL!ruff l' h.t it .Aaift
stoppa.g-e, and 1111c, l'l a-Q:ir-inc tOil! percat's bolt. Firuaroj cr Niiur ~t _Qrc had b_-ci wit in a r~g u'ar s now-
d rawingogif the urin ieWt: N% i'i 1111 S.learn rc-f stricot unciIj ~n'dj1- t tcff
~ m~-~ ~i~ 13-i''t '~~ ILto rrtovcut pc.i.-Xhtrs anid a 1i No need of' this s n.owtrn
west. danoerous o u.f nujn fir-tir ms. r..nd this *atj n-g st~ u-i~rsnov.,6L)u"nld
ki~~uiu~ whu1i tnpr~nces trill Iu~t~d l3theCU~lTLIL et. ~ atgso' ;L
Dr. Riiltuer's LSw" 1.1 -PFi '011, tacit~l: orrisbwadpi-% rNVIo1! l
di~i~ei3-U~h' t'ii e':quowartrnfti sp s)V_.IP. was iiiI Vit-
bladder specialist it: a po;i Livtc cm flitht. firearms bert cn-stei) ot ho N wi 'p na
for ~,uch di-,eases. It5 reputation is for crrt-iinl foruls ci'thle 6chi Ow.- eri T
caclald-wide aud it iso ea.Fy 'ci tt.j j,,batrtu ein n% ". Lit r.-PalI
drug store that no one rived :,Lifi- r ana MAall MIU.'nzino.
Ieng,tli of time for NwarLO t.~9n!t~Iihr
Howaever, It Von p.crti t -stt i.- 15 JN 'ama r a oc
waorid-N-rdil 11101-t1-, 11 I tica ll .01 ii A0 t Aii-ea" rl

Co.. Bing ham ptrnu. N-Y., i.w ca -amphlii:Bud aIa f timbL r co-glos u hirc-
bo~ttle andl boo1k teliin,-all a iutIai.it, bnth ci ns tuu 0 ir i~a, J'aI3 fidI -
~eara soutiyftceb' ld inz wt 'ih a L-0; ; iP3 In 11-1It at-1, the
stenj of chi~drivten iw a t athra 'at
A -poi1&ed C! through rtoz3 ch-tu--: or late t e pihia..
"What ara-iyou crying ahout nlor. DuringtiI. 1b'' ri-torm peri- d f ter ra melt these fla\%-s of da-idrulif in
dearief'' asked the fond niaother. "I wapn-hia ur, loll" hipA 'crc for- the scalp. It goes further than
thce smetingruaitn a weeen biddnti heC:2UIIOU a-~l,(I ~lth V this, it prevents their forimition.
wa nts?'' tur'izd to dJgarrjtisli. vhich 41pbe- hssiloh r pro hairti
us cme rotcdizithepn~plar -it will restore color to grayhi
j_ i t''Ntvecu6.t hc aec' or I in just ten times out C~f Lverl')
oil-I ion't know! Th.-t's what 17M qualitY, '0l IorIcr unt giAd foj %'0. Lit- I ~ And it doces even marc : it
Cryinga!_-Ou journ l. ii cigars Lof cigarette aize iell for 14 1 feeds and nourishes, the roots
cryngci ot ''lu~ina~ls Iornl. ceiits gild pc-r It.O. of the hair. Thin hair becomes
How to Look Good~. Ainuiicjau cigarrrtcas are nail e~clu- thick hair; and short hair be-
Goa... ls k ae r~i~~'mur- hai~ kiyedy in the p~iace, and tOn snds (if comes long hair.
d~c, di~ dn en uulv t laa't th ni re Fmoked ther'.TIis niah We have a llook on the Hlair
,~iani~:au al hea- ta fr-~ifl~ Ir ~ in popular with the tippr and Scalp. It is yours, for the
livor i-1 inact-e, va.,xi h-a'1 a Iltl'l.1 and the consnt-qtion of ttie 4 is ver askoing. nt htfniPit th henefirol
bik; if youtr stoinan'h i i ,a it raiti .!'I gro't. Tho e Lc'tcd tbaa-n cuzt I,. ccor' *itai~f
ha tve a dysi- apIt ic ho. aIk :if yo ut- idtiennYsgulil Liach. rTIe iri rui daiy cla eigiars riath're uh,-.1 tlciviit Ay. Proga-b
tite aht..%.cle. i. ou ha%- 1it p a.ink-l id1-k atia cigurutt- ..- i 1,.:r ccc t tni .-a. [-t-a-w era! ?3-4rem wl-h uxaway bo edsily re-7
.Seu 'V jn'_"06 iihacaiLh ~ addl -aaiU i]L' '1 but, in sp I. o f Ibisz. Lo1 LPe rJ. C. AYER, ~dLowelll,9 N 1
!Iati oo I Iloo ks. -"El -I t v, BLi i ii-- 'i ; 1 3-. .tar.r a1"" 1
:I r.. iJ A I I, a. Ii v%,-,I I Id To .. i I. zAitl Ili- n
*ai y on the staoinah-h, Iiv-n.-imill 1:,1 itC~ii.Ict~ .:;:.C i~' 1U.
Mjath~aid boil,. -ird l-i.% a~.- a IOnm%:.2m N-tv (:I.,li-lion. LEANING TOW~ER OF F'ISA.
c ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~z t iXli.Eeyb l i: alI. A WtjIKtg' ~ ~: .i 11~~ One Cannot Ue 1 p Rein-,Ners'-vaa In Lo-cti-i
Sa'thi t at all. dru *' stri-n' it., (.-i. l1-- i n -if h tara i [ 'db s jtI tlIi Ir i, IL T. .
1111 t Ll. V'. s aon ij 0,2 w: .-t .t t-i tr t' Iwlkdia Cl. ve It.
-,1It;iS. D.it-L-as,.Johtn Ward wrizos c.d
Rinien ptecea.En-l -li otj r irinik w h iii r "-"I 9,')"zh''The Bell Towers of Italy. -' Mr Ward
anal play cone of ihe -reatt-st of 1irit- iEIs-Ave ci'the imost faoionsof thew all:
iSh -rilrbatin, wheofenthered atrltafmert- I y;vihLsbcao~a~'nIi Pisa seems like a she-pi tg ci ty, as shp
aftrh ciraers ad wousysenteed arliteamynt into a club. No Eurm.ezt, soldiers with lies so quietly rnud qj lmt al-in the
attr acoupicrjnly uccssfl lter ry werheavy swords inlow eraltgor .. -it tl I
career. cinar i!1ly broke owa-ntxain his m- -.----f-.-two borders 01f the river Arino. Sae el


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NER OF BELL AVEm E AD MIClIGASTPREET.
ST. ANDREWS BAY, FLA.
ID EAL EM R. IMIT


Is eodiciie. Fancy ^ Tolet Article


handle no Quack Nostrums.

PRESCRIPTIONS CMEFULLY COMPCyLtiED!
DR E, ESTER. M, D. Druuawist.


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Gu1lf ~^ earr h5^p


Captain,


JAs. E.CLAkK


255 Tons Burden. Passenger Caprcity 60

PASSETGr-ET! IR A.T ES:

Muil 1 to .St. And vs Bay and 5 00 iSt Andres' Bay to Apalachicola.. 2 50
S t -/ l.. i .lantl ..1. .. '. Carrabelle..... 3 00
A !a alach ic ,.'ali........... .7 01 "
CaI' r:tl.ei e ............ 8 it,0 IAApalachileolh to CarraIbule....... "
EAST BeO' ND. WEST BOUND.
I.'E AVFE. AIlRIVLE.
,l, li,thand 251h it 7 .. .... . Molile .......... 12: h, 2-d and 2d a. m,
7th. 17tl and 27th p m. ..t An dr:avstBy .... lth. 2!Cst nd lt a. 11
Sth, 1 .4l and 2St.h a.min ... ..... A).l lalchirola........l lth, 21.t.aiud l t p. m.
Ai;RIVE. .LEAVE.
Sihi, I lth id 2'ith a m ... ... C.,rrab,:ll. .. f(th. 20th and 30th noon


(_',nne t'ar.-.. ble with T. & G. Railro;,rl for Tallaha.ei. e.
FI'r further infurniation. freighlit routes and spc.ical rate for large parlies
Adr.i, PCAI'T. AS. CLARK. Mlobile, Alabmia.










East Bay Cash Store.

\ 1K E I, F L A.

OurStock is-omplete. Our Prices the Lowest
OTJTR. GZ OODS A.R/lE T-IE BES':!I
P "''[\he 'l'a:,linll, P l i Il .! I I -.I .n ,1 ihat .1, w ill ,t bIa iAlrt 6 1 ,!.:U.
Ti:e Highest Markct Price Paid for Country Produce!





Dr. mlitcell all's Dr Islor

COMMERCE ST. EAST OF WARE& CO'S STORE.




Fresh and of Guaranteed Purity.

DR. W. G. MITCHELL, PROPRIETOR,
Offers His Professional Services to the Citizens of St, Andrews and
Surrounding Country.
11 -y 1I. ",'l I -it his. re i'.i,*nice on BuenIii Vi-..ta i venne at nig'it.


OUR AS=~m
GREATw E ofer
im~mothr:nI U nelat Iand Patio~ttic. -ouVemir of the wreck~ed BatlIl
N b n ai~. TrsiShteb ee I l4 nt astfe
TISPON ~ u ek .gtjV,.' 1u ntn ~vsht afiL Idea f th e rem
Ubaheuty'o bte spoon vvhtis t N ryeeill elge Y~~


0'o o'" ' e "-retail val utf fral, i5 aua tOtu L c wT0l ioruimenl't
"THE .. 1. *I liclh we senid you to 1000 free. in addition tothe
aueing down as if t ha l.1 m ilt me idea THE C U11MBIAN pnoai.isalargee.ell.editud undvery handsomely
Of roppiug it up.'.' s Monhly n alLitL le.iiitshed at B.,ston,
V,' eu l rt r tle F it'lt, eW -Un It iveugenerous slyg eof tsiYteraestigind riaspytve r eadin Si tter.l
will be a welcome visitor to You r home every monitl The lIoeIaCoolltumblleanlnvisted I
n1? o. nt forget that this a\-as where tho great by AIE. IIRAlNClS HIjltOii-GLEN.NERl.ithemostfimouaofliumale npoel a
~-a.tt uorwer Galileo watb1e.rd thr stars, at toritndhasloono-
Ss-i.,erinentelol on the fall of bodirm and stI Of o ftrSib to*
I',, stndi-:d-the law. of gra-vitatira. Hero, o Naional Fame and Reputation, Includin Sctt ch italBe1
too, in tLe upper story, hang ti he e
A N P balls, tbo largest of which weigbs iure E Hezekiah BufletMorth, ',oe, M'ne. Fralnti H iggns-WlenM
tNDlteratelur.the world fmed author of "The Femnale Dante." called by um -
Sotha 12d,000 pounds. The boll foauders our s for y authority, t-he graeslli i
.uildinE' material. of Pisi bhad a wide reputation for cust- edioryouthaeComiupado. le woet.
l'indow 1n1111 Fane" Ians ing bells of beautiful tune, sonoz'JUs BishopliHaleLelghton. Langdoanerris,Jr.W
SWindow nd Fny a ifRalph Broughton, 1. D. Prof. T.A. Harbeson, (Germanyl
S)eciillty and harmonious. Tbhty lavished on Bishop MoGregor(Scotland) Theodore Xausfleld4.BA.
tpe y hem all their art and their talent. TheDuchess D'Arno. Ronald B. McLeod.
IST'1'1A TE IH' ElERUTF U L LV The Pasquareccia (the Pashbal bell), M. Gonchon, IFrance)
"r t iCapt. Henry A. McVicker. "Oliver Optic," Willia'i T. Adam.
(-UTI N the most famous of the Pisau bells, the S Edw.BurnSeaton, D.D.,LL.D. uivralmaivrem aitsthir
S.... one which was tolled wben criminals i a' Sylvester Morton Lard. 4 St e inown, a so alu
T L EG AL NOT IrC wore take to e.xecouit, is ornamented K M. Perre Chaiot, (France) conttator unuti his death recentl7-
LEGAL NOTICEJ. with a figure of the Virgin and the do- The Colulsabtan has nowv etrealiton of over lsoW.o copies w onti,
--- ---- --- vices of Pisa and has a rich, full tone. .lch hows thatitn107 alargeshareof popwrfavor. There.allsrir.p.
Divorce Notice. To ,, ton price t9i.OIY" T.e
TWO Livas Saiwil. *y o5ir eTror you rt over a year's subserttlon to The
Firnt Judi.cial circuit of Florida-Chiit M, Ph,'ela Thorna of Juic.-l inn nrnl R nEMEMBER s.'nrel' nfreeS'naspeoa la
Ciinrt o Washington Counti.. ,t,'it ., Il., ta.- told byv 'r dlo'ator. he retat Tou to .ue Pt OurGreat ofor erlatedbelow.
a"niea 'W.TeA'a v .) W'r coipliinke thprt, v. Am li t t Wo ake t l proni tii. o t, bC-iiI we hae len able to = feIrol
Jiin-e E. Titfui Ir t l h t. haid ail ',^i'-lir .in li apl that hllh,.'l 1:0 ,TheC toenilnufactnrcri~oft lei r.*Bi;(ll.(iru lt'i or TlW Cola= "Fe.p
V Irlor dei ant- ill tfor dvoe.. liop for i.r. l t two tles oft Dr. c ilyfatvoidtbletermiorliscombination -uffer.
It i.s ordered that the defendia.int. Ame- Kin,'.. New liso.very .'t-mplelel curedtTes .- Thte ub'crltilIn" offerofT olutohilipanaair-rtiof the Otimnat lo b
lia V. Tt lor, appear, plead, answer or de.- hier i nd h!ra sivl.- it saved her lifi,. Mr. r tat a,, e i n..is, i II'.-,i tl ntgorais i rp eiroltti-ont .l
iir to the bill filed in this case on the Tilt,-. E:.E-', rs. 139 l'ioridlai sr.. San Il'ri.- ra i
l-ltrh da, of January, A. D.,1. I:, is, (iU Iit d frm a dcaaiiil nold up- 0 AR EA'I' OFFER! o, CY isaxior to ser.in t.e
This or er to be pullished t'i- a pritod I r, ,;,hii, ed nin ,til-,, tried wia hout ( R. next .w iw eks a large' n tn l or of
of five raoii e(tcliie a weeks in the St. ane- ri -'il;t. % .erl- n -i'in _el.-e then bhou)ghlt ione e n'w e.sh -iilbscriber' and ali,, to lear up as many cr i a-.i lunts &. rtos.itblo. ard
drcws hluOn. l-.,f i, r ofD. Kin.'s Nw.-a Di-covery a. d i therefore makes this offer: We 'wiil make a pr-.'vi,.t of lbhiin-I M lne 3S6B'"'.
Done atnd order.td this thli 121th Jny of i1, t, C. v.1''k- wa.s ci'Wed. H,1 is nat6tir- Souvenir Spoon, as described above, and a Bul.Feripti'n to t he OC KIAN tLtSCO -O -
Decemiaer, A. 0 1r9. 1 lhn th- n ,. i iei- ti" t ihaukful. It is such results. f fioevory person paying us $1.00 on the =ubEcrl inn aone,,ount of the IUOY and
tnia, Waslinigt,,ni Co., Fla. ,.\, hi.--h i ece are samh-l-.s, that l-,,ov, 2Oct, toI cover aost of im-ailing a.,d poesiagc'. v:.helbet' to. pay hbll-itnw'due 9 vA .
W. P. Li tr1, n it\stid-rful tiaci-o of this m1diine .-ear's sibsiTript-iont in advance. or part of (,:d bill ard part tiea'AbihUl. 'eVtV
Cht i k of the ('ircui Coul t,. it, tci 1.11 ard old-4. F' re trial bhtile Pa.Nment of i.Q2( secures the two presents itli.it rditional citt. Serd or brig
W. 0. BUTLER W:ilshington Co Fla. at n- tii'r- ,tore. 1epnid!ar si.e -,c v.our I'riruey and niention that ou want the' preeN',. anod secure-tl.e advauntig
C'omolainent's Solic itotr ..... ;i this great offer Address THEE IUOVY. St,. Andreawa. Ila..


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Sole Agents for the Wm. J. Lemp Brewing Co.,and Dupont's Gunpowder
15-17 Comiherce St., and 14-16 Front St., MOBILE, ALA.

J. LYONS, Pr'es,t. .J. F. DRAGO. M'r.


ALABAMA CORN MILLS.



., illers aii Graiil Dealers,
154 to 164 N. Commerce St., MOBILE. Ala.
a _a --' --- r-"- .,*.. --- _


BY HEIIAD, FLA.

BAY HEAD, FLA.


Ci. TOMPKINS & CO.


ARE PREPARED


TUO I"UIINISI


Rough and Dressed Lumber of All Grades.


THE PATRONAGE OF THE PUBLIC SOLICITED

_.MS'Terms cash or endorsed notes,


THE PEOPLE'S STORE!

1TTSBU ON EAS1 BAY.
PI IWTSB7U. 0" 2AS

*

Still holds the Fort at the recog-

nized emporium for Good Goods
and Low Prices,

Wheie he invites all old friends and the pur-

chasing public to call and
E~xamiine his stock and GET PRICES.

Pays the Highest Price for Green Salted ALIGATOS HIDES.,



THE ST. ANDREWS



Horticultural a II [ mlirofvemfut


So xxx ]p EL, zX -Y.


INCORPORATED OCT. 13. 1897.

'N o1 pFnilmi.e of thlia Co ruiip ly ib to Imprlove lti ('C unu tr) :.i tljac it t, 1.
.A i le %% Bay ;il,. t.o
Develop its ilosourcees as a Frulit-Growilig tounlitry.
'A'e accoi li|'li l thi the C 1',, ,.1l1Iy li'.r '.,)-t to 'Mell L:ind, in tr:t>t..,fl T wo-
aud-a-half and FiveXcles to ,tu-ihli parties only a.- ill iupiov.e thliei l.by the
Erection of Hut aes. l-'1c6es .i 'ld suich l il riulilneht lt-1prl'Ji-liills as iill eiilj.i.L r tlit
val-iu efeach Iract so ,..i-posed ol, u nl p.irtiiceu't'rl\ to
Plant theni out in Trees, P[lants and Vines.
So lihe olud ilitt in thlie i..uih,,t t ,i.ictieal.le rin e ever\ -iii-h tra'. I -liil l e a
S ilec or lieveinue to its O\vn-i.

A TO RELIABILITY OF THE COMPANY
The lir.t questioltl which will nat:u ally ble ake-.i will Ie.': "-1 this Counm-
pany relial,le"Y And the ni,%.c-r to it ;s: Any pers iii .lvluying the Cor ianyr
to make i prove ieits imi.ty dep,-it .%tu atip;ro\ii .tre' [.- men it I.. the ii.. tEli.X coit 0ol
the ame witl any responsible bu iintie n.uAl or tirinu .Juing L. usintss ui the Iay or it,
Bank' at their owni home to lie paid over ouly when the rily show that the iiuprovements hnve lihe i inaiie .t,.cordin.g to i;greeineit.
"rThe Comnpat.v will int only improve andi plant, hit watch and care for
all property ciitrus.ted to its keeping..g,"ardingagain i -t forest tilu., lishone tl pilfle-rc,.
y' i cause possible to ,rbe prevented.


yf lr, say' 30; cost ot cultivation each i r th after. $
It is notextravagant to estimate that a l-acre vinegar vill ,,n the tlhiir
year, if properly cie ltivated, yield $'i21111 worth ul Iriuit inid i1l r.'ach, liC t-lv or quit'.
the same, while t6 ,s itould do even ibetteri thin thil. 'lhi... thI.,,lh p,,.i.,.; a liiIIh
longer, sonm e of ibhem, in comniig into r.,it.iilc- i r,,: .ir .,% I,, li, mi -,i p,.. .iprir c ,tc ,
nectariues, nlum -, prune .,b uIllorrie ., tlie-, .1 .-p n ,i II, 1n,,.,1 lil,i,,i d E n li-,
waLnuts, Japa b chestnuts, pecain .an. ....aiv ..ther va 'elii ,,l fruit- .uid r.lu whi. h
are almost certain to tlouri -' re: h bile ,~u .i g._. .an'l cilrui l'r its,. thuoug i n.t C ,l.-
eidered certain vicldlari.e ret rn i't .t-. er h lii they mizs
The. SecretarY of ti e (',onripi.y will tiVO i articn ular attenti..In to an-
aweringlotter- of inquiry, and the Bu iov ill ii ilt ans .wer lu corrc -, i s an-
ster all qnuetiont asked it.
R E ,M E M B E R the Cmlndbany Lai-ls ',ill be -.,1, ,,n Easy
:Terms 6f NPayment; but improvements must be paid for as satisfactory proof is given
That the work hqon erformed. CORR E SPONDENCE SOLICITED.
Address R. E. HOWARD, Sec. W. A. EMMONS,TPresident.
St A: drew Ba FIna.



FURN ITURE.

If you need FURNITURE. of any kind, call on


FINCH


40, 42, & 44 S. Palafox st., Pensacola, Fla.

IADnMECT rTflP f


r7


of lail-Ialceil caosIiin 'the; kift


of the Iarnmei. wives. The coiilr.ic-
torts alld tie cojinitis-iar'y agents auid
the C'tiilinelital Conlgres.sl had
brought twelve thousanil men to tlhe
.erge l i s'I valin,i alld the bolu id il
G io.eial Wane ran lhot with rage aa
lie l 0.ke1td on hii'- pmor I'ellow\' weak
wit h Iingel. Inl.lee,, tliee wa.s but
,)ie horni inil.,le'r and al o butl one
woulen dirdih filr every nis.,. \Vaih.-
iligi on ,iliiU lf l' ,iliOe ,l c Il tA Oiln p -.-
talte- aii l hick .ry niitts. 'MLy .go.
ilai l,' ie s*itl I,i the n.-eitiinel in Iflouit
i i li a miIt l ?iL j' i ci g i l tl tilh 'iI\\ nI
in l ie 1,i iitrne. ..f a c.lI1 t .u rniin.,
0 !,,i\ 'yu h ,I n anv liiiir lIo e't 'eN .
it ,' \\ 'is tI e e 'i.ly. *'( ive ii? y'jlr
1111l ll','t ,el' anll-I go i i-itl aild g l't
iJnie bieallast,' a;.,l llie tall c iin-
au111111.10 1 avely wa;lkelI uIll an. iluw-j l
,a i glal d over liis o\\ n hlii.i ".'.

IeorgaiHizing tihe Regulars.
T:,'edol Bl-il.-.
'1Tlic ie.i iln of tile sizo o I ilhe
regiilar aiitniy i, one hliili t 1il. cauly
eItuage e)>ngiressiinal atitent 1i11.
il, rec.-eai.ive tHill of Iwta, eliair-
111:111 of' the -1ju.o C iltlitte til o
Military Aff.iir", i.- on record in F.1vmi
.it'a ctanliiig an of 100,0it.i menl,
aiil ','.eltgs that It e i eliienit fi ico
mli',iil.l be rei'r. nlz'?l .i t ,.h-t bl -i-
is owmn a. s pia.-ible. He points t.it
ilat il 50,0.10 r'uo ,s W O neel.. in
C',lu :i, "h0,00(0, il [lie P luili].| iit.s, it:i,l
7,(000 ill ',,i. ., R i..', it ill let%,, I.--,
lhan '2.5,000 ) hiech was the Iliaxiliilill
--tiengih ul the -whole nimiy at tie
l i, iiiiing of tlie prmi' -iLt year.
Itl fact, all atiiny of tlh t %ti.e \\il be
needilI, to -)llow the v',lunt -calb o t,
mi'itne. I' e latter wili be iim-.d 1fur
tlie fil. t ailiy uf occutala ll Ill C(' l'a,
:"lil Ilhe Phllippinle, but tlle nmen atre
tiixionl.ui o !0 t111i.1t0*red Olut. lThe'
enlill ei ill the fil'.t A ave of ;til n-.il-
i ulti:snil, \\ ithi the expeetutionll til
1.1v W i','ll be i,-quirel fi or' iacteivt
1.e \tir3 iliiin i le \luar, a i.l not t'.ui
'aii- on duty altel tile cl,-ue of h--s.
til ines. Ii is apipalent, t ehi-ielI-le,
that ile 'V.ilnitLeel.-s liiiU.t be i ple leed
it' iegtil i'a, grall- lall\ at ifir'l, inld
,'tin il -oinlle Of' tie v'iiiite iB. m e a i
kelpt illn iei viCc ill the clii..?e f tlh ir
teri s ol f inli.htin n thi9 iei ,lae".c iiist
evienlitually Ie; taken by Ilegulai-. Itl
i.s tlier f.,re believed that an al lilt' il
100)t,000 imen iniit Lie provideId f'i
lie \\ rk iequiieIl, ani that tlie 1-.
e-iolasem iiiglt a well lie at oeiiLaC'e.


THE DREADED
0 0 N GUMPTION,


the Atfl'ici-ed, three Bot ttl o'
n is N' .'y D is c-ovm:rt-il d=Rem-
i iiets to Cure onsnmp-
tiort and all Lung- tTiloubles.
nothing ci'uld bi 'i' n lu I re pl1u iii-
mliiolie or is 'ry nimlre .'i to tlhe ii. t,!.
than the ..fflr olT. A. SIlo'ium, M. C., of
1K,3 Petrl -treet, Nu\\ Y,.,'k City.
C.l,,tidenl tth.t he ha.s di.lsciuv red an
luolute Cur.le lf'or ct',nui mpll tion aniiI :.Il
pulniounlry complailinti, nmi to ui.itk? it
great merits known, he will send fiv .
three bottles of medicine, to any i:L.iur
of the Buoy who is suffering from imthi.-.
bronchial, throat and lung trouldl..s or
c nsumption.
Already this "new scietific couple ol(
medicine," has permanently cured ItIOIL-
sands of apparently hopeless cases.
The Doctor considers it his relizi.'in
duty-a duty -which he owes to huniiiran-
itv-to donate his infallible cure.
Offeredfreely, is enough to commernd it.
and more so is the perfect confide-nie 01
the greatchemist making the propoisii.i.
He has proved the dreaded (on-l ,-
tion to be a curable disease beyontl ,iill
doubt.
There will he no mistake in sendiiiz-
the mistake will be in overlooking tl,,
generous invitation. Helias on tic. in
his American and European laboriatri -.
testimonials of experience from tlh:.-
cured, iii all parts of the world.
Don't delay until it is too lath. Ad-


'-i ; o'i)(


,i- .t \'i i l, '


cali, a!,,! .to,,.1i ilienu l ,-i-\e theii
feet fIrI,, teIozing," lie wi ii,'s.
"'Hl re anl lihele ic i-ill be I'on ,il e'evn
'fticeis in a sill ,of mleing-ii-, n
imadle o ll wo.,lel) belc.,vei s Te
stout-hcarted v onlin oft Ni-w J T.sey
seiit.-.tlleir quilcedi cluthes a-, ChI i-.t-
nmas pileeInts-, witi the Ia nitit je-t
thal t as wolill0 I \vtie sail i-iuiinelitici-'
to wc.ir thlie troi.-eius, so niow hIle'r
Wo1 ll l be al excultii li'r ll-' l I% l,,
niiglit wear the p-etictit-.. \V'a.li
tilglon, I\ ho l evel exi- iatdl. -;iI'l
tiat lew men hal nmiie thl.iti one
slhii marl y 1 hall%'." a ,-tie, and
bolic nonO at all. Nei'ly" three
tliiiuml imen wele b.iefrutei, andi
occasionally might be sme.u a ulitdI-


"No, l'nt. a t, Pat k. I
wouldn't be w 'ior nV 1 tIO i', un-
dtier the clL llll a ce..' .
It was Pat-h c i's tilln nIt w to e*e
thle Co ln,'l, as e: tai t, r l li he .l.. r
St',.pit sudn' l i i d:, :. il": C.,l, ,-
11n., Caln l 1 it 1 hill t(o VLZy'."'
C'(.e 'tainly, 'i ,iei L ,Iat i. i,1'.
". ,Y o l 't i ll ClI,:i,.4l, i 1l



--IoI ,wa. t 'o e .- tillicre' l ,w s| .'iIlil
11i ll Ia 1 I



IRoyaI 4vc 3ltatCli.
T-i ,. i--l B lide. .
Tl e -nlug 11(hi.t;.. o o H Il'i l% .
rcceell y diI-playei hi.'r I t' ig ,ill by
lecolliig a \ houle- ibMue ' at alinp l because O cr portrait on tl Ilhe
itaile her look -too gilli'll, kis againl
.-litwinig l lher sl iit i illi t10e etii, ,l
lier bet r tllialt Pu ili .> \\nilli.i>t ,l,
\Viele., an l o i' er in li ell (a-anl.t'i
aiuiy, wliichi- la be n t l .lctic Illyv
i I tll I npoI T li, o Iffii n1I' al Ia -
Iiu lcl enitiL'lL : th be otlptli.il hl I
b 't'ni kt'>l i 11 n411 ace-,,n t ( 1 : i 1 nC -


i.nl,, I.- Iii, ,i' u th ll i l e,, t ,,
Ulelil ] l rll ol I
leim ,.I Ip'ii |n1. .i, .l ,.l^h,:, the

laI' 1 ,il l[,, &t l iil thu I',, ic ig Culil I-
I Ill i ,vle g I himi ;a :. iin ili,, 'r ,
the Dutcli ,idl family. Thlie \WiiLe
la dili i,- I lis !an t.Le title it [1'i i ce
<'. .ii.Nli, bi. 110l l \ V il li ellu il-i dIle-'
iL i k1'.l t ( . li l e it c V I ., i .'. ti e-
di '.; Lbe lt,'.rTo af ilit i tL hit l i il ul'
Pillee Ri i l' e nit ,1 ic1e l inlil
tig iteei> lii. t i' altju r t lie i ian ".
It i. ecx ,Cctliliele,'er, iti thi Ie ,lii-
Sli. v ill. -. a iv i i l ii bi,, ,, i ,, -

to i kfe (t'e at the [l .*gl.e iNext

It lias 1 i0"i,1'-1 i-ll thal ltl e l, i..i i

],ri lt e '.vi tll~ t 1: n i [Pil il'm


l'i ici-sY .W.lAtline of W\Vlltetiburii .
\ li .i *A ,. .l) i l. it hi i'.-i iilli U1-Atm ii
l I...- l lti i' '( ni t' n ",hi they i-ele


cinli 1,< i,, .'e itor '. thv t h i h,. \i w N ill
.,Jilv n\ Id ",Ikt W r ,', r,,ther.. TI he
I ulle' .. P.a Ili le \ allei\ ., il li narrie'l
l,' '-I.l- Prijioe ,d \'.ielm Pui,.ce
h.l L' t.1.1 t- l.o li i Iii
I' -I i,.k,' i.dlA" ill..l 11, i ila ,lettlerniiii-
e,l to ke\o|'lI .vr ..il ed his._l ,|-


-iti ,r-, li las ca -eil l ,o- i uelh

C(itlih eti'l t, 1io ,Over, sav that
Il'e i al re .it' l or ht1 I e 1lcti ,n o'n
Pine W \ i as a hal-,.li.i, Ir
ii -,,ii \\'*i ill .ij a i.- 1l at tile l..lth .
_i i a i fl i li ;li,:h N eilith il3 nd.-k
aiin l lthia ,,thier'?ui e. lie i l'ik ,I' ti be. '
'It-ir'e :iCeli.,ib' ii th. pe "Ille l f..dI-
l.,,hl than-lui n titiiely fohign pli imice.

]i.'ii,,l: hj i n ia \vi o I procilah ti-
Witts rl inr, with rui YRn.
01 % .Mi
150 YEARS'
BB .EXPERIENCE


Anyone send'
qnleckly ascerta
invention is pr(
tlons Gicilyeo
sent free. ('ltided
Patents takCei
special notice, w
-tbioftl


r TRADE MARKS
DESIGNS
COPYRIGHTS &c.
4ketchb and description may
ir opinion free whetherr an
ZV aIentable. mnmunhlan-
eatial. Handbook on Palt-nis
encyF for securing paienift.
ronh Mbunn & Co. receive
Bt cbarize, in the
i^ Hmmrktaf


DIDN'T GE!

The collonLl ]
Liiar as
N.-v Y,.,:i, -ril.,i
H ,..ie i aN .1 0l
a pi ivato in hlil .
lung ago lie wei
is a ,evereo lieC
eckii iaiIve oft
VWell," ai..
I i Int a,

PatI ick arns
\erry bick, andl
1vll, and if
wIIIul, like to I
%%veks to give
anlice.'"
The colm.iel
'mill te.s and si
gi nll %..LII I qil
110111 oUI \V
IhIi.t slihe tlid "!
it we,. r a
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c-h
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FURLOUGH.1

vces kis Ar ti~tic'at



ilnth u'gtulira: -N't
to 1 lie C-il''llul, t lmi
Iinnihi ll ".it ;i t Ltm
lie lCe1 p-l l


le] I ilA' I ;u w l1) 1 Ia'I.
CIIIIal ate 1111t vu 0 0.


10 lilt) lomiie f-'u a ielt
ler a i ii i lit



Ibut. I got a letter

%, mitl liumiim; that

-w-at#.: L.I v ie. Shte


,'Y,.,." "'xl,'iun el I' heexCrtm.h l .-"" -" .-' ,
.i, iil nill,,llter, "'tlihal is 1, t, L.,e- TheKilberg place, miles northeast
11,.4t~ *of Parker, uonsistingr of "0 ac-res fino
I l ha- i j,. t wha v,,n -r, i- timb,,red land, bein' tlhe we-sil Ialfof
'- 1 i. a e tn eL.ri l:' tlle, 1he southwe.-st quartlir of Uection 6, tp
in.i daltv .-ilhce \%e u\.-ILe lih le, aiinl 4s, r.LCn e 13%%; 4 acres fenped v.ith
i,, thi. .', _inii>-i--ail ..i.'neel uc i ( pic -ket fence and in Cuitiv:ati6n, iit.h
,:..,uk .,n ,, o ,,,sk i i i t e ,.several r.ruit. treei-, grralUo viues, etc.,
l i li a t hal.utble shant.v. Price $300)
ni l.0 o r. la im e ... L, 1.1.J l. if.. LA..t i .-


T"'li( Faihitlinl Mascot.
L Ii. '. \ .. i .
T lw' v I, il l .1 nc hl il'i .iitil ". .....
tl-' Ih. i 0 1' iii 0ltil lia-c',i l.l t ,.g ill

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liil '. l t, Ilil i,11 pal~- d ol lO-lilir ,'
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G. W. SURE R, SR., Prop.,
V. ST. ANDREws BAY, FLA.
--Breeder of Pure--

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QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE,

STOVES AND. TIN WARE


A Full Li16 of CUa us d Go1s



AND A T COMPLE'lI 1: STl(IK I,"

JN[)EIUIA, I,, I'ERH\S ST11!LES. '
SMast.,F oos & C oma n ai :.y "

wm cm Force Pump,


THE COLUMBIA GARDEN PLOW.

ST i : t. e l I It l i llt i t i l i.tt- l m plete
.f "" Hrn i o0 lr v ik(il k i lli- ii1 i ie nrdi'Ten I i
.- i 1t1-.,th 1ju it:Libl, ; th.e ,,eiht the block to .
\ i. l 1 i. .*t .. 1 < i k'-r it in the
~,-1" .'. ;i i. l,i.i h of lcAt iig it. r giiulat d
A I '. 1 I,.\ 'lii 11 1: : .l'h -. A br.y ,r girl o(f ten
S.\ y -,'- ',an I .ii di it w ith 1 rfet rfc ase.. It las a
Si -J4-in-,h st'i-,l V.h1,1 1he I.iht or which makes
the mlow -lght of idriift. It hI s 1 .it-I',lades: 1 ;B
Srning mold, 2 a shovel, : i 'L POr wet-ding
\, w~lin'-l'h a hlpoull-tot.LLi. 5 a 'r-ake. Wrench
Swi t I eaoh 1 O1 'w.
-*' .-.W \We have made arrangemners h-
w' .li h %%e ,(ain flirniRh thi i l the factory price, 9$3..75. w th











fr"i- it to St. Andrews Ba. ; -bmit 75 cent_. 1i1 l*;i1 r : T lI i lw. I It" W .
*9 4jfl RB t the BumO U pop(O)-: t(o do hi-tterit linnIthiis und will !iend thet'raTOYy


Mi racultiis Cure b iy Carrots.

Hit til~ce 1I~C f ; dlkw~i h
~ici~: N~tlong 11g.,I aia~II.~

[Ill. lie gill W s UtluuIi l f tI f
%%haL i.-i k iio% i ali'ig I .it'L a,

ilig IhlICli tile Imailer Ajl ~,bitlt

Ca-li' abo~t Ecailt.,ulugr41-111- dli; t~luIil
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Of the City of St. Aldros&
Gotten up with g.-'at care by the
pIublisher, who has pared no pains
to prepare fur the pr.lic at map of
6L. Andrews as it really io. It show
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FOUR MILES OF COAST LNIE,
Fxtending eastward iorn Dyer's
Point, taking in the Old j own site of
St. Andrews, andlgives location of
public business places, p:.ivate resi
ilences, docks, etc., alst e, ery lot in
each block and the adjoining addi-
tiuon t) the Cincirnati Company's '
land, with a full ,less ri.tion of the
4 ame.
The Map will slc w ewrnerv of lots
in the city jHst. wlYre they are lo-
eatesl, and i.3 oof valns to those think-
in.g of buying property.
Size of Map 30x50 Inches.
The BU)OY will send this mnap to any
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Or giver.' as a premium fe- 5 yearly
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Leslie's llinstrated Weekly for....$3.00
Demonrest's Magazine............ 1.71
Detroit Free Press (twice-a-neek
and Year Book)............. 1
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do weekly, 'or$l 4
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F.ArlieIN AftilI Frunit Grower .. 5 .)5
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F.rii .-loiuini:l. Philid't, monthly 1 10
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N. Y. World (Ibrieean wp k)........ 1 75'
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