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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 22, 1898
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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sT. ANDREWS BAY a

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DEC. 22,: 1898.


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OFFICIAL DIRECTORY, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
---- One Dollar a Year in Advance.
UNITED STATES.
eniaiors-Hon. Sam'l .Ionticello. WILLIAM A EMMONS
Hon S. Mallory. Pernsacola. L A A. MM NS
Representatives-ist District, S.M.Spark- Editor and Proprietor
man, Tampa; 2d District, K. W. -
Davis, Palatka.
LUnd Ovice-,-legister, W. G. Rolinson; Display ad rates 5p per inch per month
Ryeiver--H. S. Chubh, Gainesville. Position and zxtrird'nary condition
STATE9. rates subiect to sveeial agreement.
Grtvernor-W. D. Bleoxham: Secretary of "Local Drift," 5c per line, first insertion
State. J. L. Jrawford; rreaiurer, J. B. 2,c each subsequent. Display locals
Wllifield; Alttorney General Win. B. La- double above tes.
mn-ar -Comptroller, W. H. Reynolds; S double above rates.-
erintendent if 'uhlic Instructiou, W.
N. Sheats; Commissioner of Agricul- The Sugar-Plum Tree.
ture, L. is. Woo well; Adjutant Ge Eugene Field, in Lullaby Land.
eral. Patrick Houston. 'I'llahassee.
U. S. SENATOR. Have you ever heard of the Sugar-
First Disirict-S. R. Millory, Penusacola; Plum Tre?
Second District,Samuel Patro Monticello. 'Tis a mavel uf great renown!
TrrATE SENATO.V It blooms on the shore of Lollipop sea
Twenty-fifth District--. B. Clarke, We- In the garden of Shut-Eye Town;
wahithk tY. The fruit that it bears is wondrously
..-: \ WASHINGTON COUNTY.
Representative, S. M. Rlphn.soa,Chiplev, sweet
Couty. 'Judge, D. Dt: Melvin, \erIrOn; (As those who have tasted say)
lio. of t, o u Clerk, Iteco dcr. "nt2t. little children have only to
I l kt r _V ie
Tor A... ,e," ipley ollector, A. Of that fruit to be happy next day.
* .' .-Jones, Verneon; Tlax Assessor, V,
B. Gainer, rojntina : Superintend.nt When Vou've got to the tree, you would
of Public Instneicion, W. 1,,, L.ock.y: have a hard time
ClIipley; Surveyor, Thos. Collins, Chip- To capture the fruit wlich I sing;
eIy. The tree is so tall that no person could


bT. A Nr .news.
Justice of the Peace. W. 1. Singleterry;
Notary I'ublics, W. A. Emnion', C. H.
Crippen; Deputy Circniit Couit Cli rk.
W. A. Enmoims: School Directors, IR.
F. Brackin, W. I. SinIgleitrv, L. M.
Ware; P'u-t Mnater. L. M1. Ware
HIARCISON.'
Postmistress, Mrs. M. B. Jenks.
PAVKhR. j
? Parker.
PiTTSBL RU.
?ust mistress, Mrs. Hatselhlorg.
E'ostr astel, S. W. Anderson
lAY.
Postmaster, Mrs. II. Gav.
Postmaster, MArtian Post.
FA r, ALE.
Postmaster, H. J. Johnson.
WVl-'TA PPO.
Postmistress, Mrs. Dyer.
\W'T 1,B A ,
Postmaster, P. N. Hulchinsou.
COOK,
Postofficeon Laird's Mill Bayou.

CAI.HOUN COU'NTY-CHO'M A N N.
'lularies, E. Mosher, Frank Huskins,
'rostiiialter, W. 11. Cronmaii ; Conni
tv Coinisusionc r, H. Ml. Spicer
Tirpttv Clerk of Com' tl. S. T. Walklev

I{ E I, I U J ) U 8S .
Mtlihodist-Church cor. Wnbhiiiglini a\ I
!.id Chest nut st-lterv. L.. G. duin i,
paslor. P'reachin. g ait II ai. m1. an1 d :30
p. 9i. . :very itllerin;te Sunuid:v.
I''.S.C. F..-T'ry'r i e- ling at lihe
L'ieCrlyteriain chuich e ery Suind,ly ait'er
,stil at 3:30 o'cl-.,th. All ait i vilted.
..ptist-Ctlturc,, coiiner of W smnnliig
*ei'at anlid Cincina iati slic.l. C'liu".tb
coiif'erer - 'i IriJit ei e v cu tfir-t Si n dav
it 4 p. in. Sinaldac s'li, ol cvci% SanilII'v nt
1:10:. m. i P. P. reeachinh g secoud ;aiad I'ouri ih
Sunday in each ontlih. Ite J. I'. S ill,
Pator
1'reslvleriau--Chiiirch c.)rhir l.oraiine
ryelij.ie and Drake street; Rev. It. J.
ecllwt-it pastor; preaediing on secLol d
Sunday ol eaich montll at 11 o'clock a. m .
and at 7 p. uin. Sunday School att 9:3 0
a. m. every Sundaty,Jolin Sturiock, Siipt.
Jatholic-Chlurch corner Wyoniing a'e-
ime aid Foster street.
Tll E MAILS.
The northern mail, viaf Ander-on, Gay,,
laytiend and Chipley depa, ts every day
except Sunday .t .3.00 o'clock; a. rn.;
arrives ee'ry dav except Sinnman'. al
7:40 p. in.
Ka:l Bay mail for Harrison, Croinanton,
Park'er, 'arnidale and V'elaippo, leaves
Sl. Andrews going east eecry morning
f 61 o'clock and leaving Wetappo at
I o'clock, arrives, coming est every
evening at 7 c clock.
ST. ANDREWS BAY, CHIPLEY &
VERNON TELEPHONE CO.
SCHEDULE OF RATES:-For each five
qjinutes, or fraction thereof, use of
P.hgne:
BetWeen St.Andrews Bay & Gay.... 10c
i *' Bayheadl15c
A, Chipley. 25c
tbipley & Bayhead ........ 15c
i1 Gay ............. 20c
Bayhead & Gay............ 5c
For transmission by telegraph 10c.
lextra, not including telegraphic service.
W: A. EMMONS. Gen'l Mgr.

BUSINESS DIRECTORY,
W. A. EMMONS,
Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and No-
aixblic for the St..te at Largc; has
jurisdiction to administer oaths, lake
affidavits, legalize acknowledgnients,
etc., anywhere in Florida. Special at-
tention given to land comveyances and
to marriage services, and license issued
to lawfully qualified parties. Office at
the BUOY Office, St. Andrews Batsy.

DR. J. J. KESTER,
Homeopathic Physician nuid Ac-
coucher. Office Pioneer Drung Store,
corner of Shell avenue and Michi-
gan street,
St. Andrews Florida
DR. W. 11. MITCHELL,
I'livsician and Druggist, Comnier'e st.,
east of Ba' iew, Offers his professional
services to the citize'ms of St. An-
drews and vicinity. Residence on Buena
Viaut avenue.
C. H. CRIPPEN,
Notary Public.
Will attend promptly to all bIusiness de-
manding hisi attention, Office on Rie-
view street, onie lilock :.cfrlheamt of T
nn 'nrf d' stre
W. 1. SINGLETARY,
Just ite ofe t lie Pence,
Will give prompt attention to all matters
coining within Isis jurisrditil ion Ac-
knwlc-dl .inir-n.t Inkei: oathli admniriis-
terrd: mirralrc service perfornimedi Of-
-pi. it residlence, WXilmot street', iorth
ijl n .A = .... -1 ..... L. 1 I


climb
To the boughs where the sugar plums
s%% ing!
But up in that tree sits a chocolate cat,
And a gingerbread dog lies below--
An: this is the way you strive to get at
Those sugar plums tempting you so;
You say but the word to that ginger
Ibread dog
And he barks with such terrible zest
That the chocolate cat is at once all
agog,
As her swelling proportions attest.
And the chocolate eat goes cavorting
around
From this leafy limb unto that,
And the sugar pluma tumble, of course,
to the. ground-
Hurrah for the chocolate cat!
There are marshmallows, gumdrops
and peppermint canes,
With strinings of scarlet and gold,,
And you carry away of the treasure
that rains
A mueb fi lCou,'r, o.- a m ro.nn hnlA!


Thel


Topics of the Day.
C.hrslan.ris tun.ber >I Doel,,r-


e-t'.s Ila-azinet is Ilcidlcedlv a tiiltily


What a Piece of"
London Mail.
ulitmall u nigS ir


one, botli iln snil ect Iniatt r anmd ii t11 tall nia i4 h,


muannier of pre.eitatinliii.


.I.11 l1; e, l ll Ie ilS


A Chil"t"I "pirit pet rados the ceeds the height
ma azine from cover t
o cover, every loot of Math


There are Chlii tmas btoi .R and de-
partments, and piag s dec\'oted to the
making and mending aI hilidlay
gifts. The cover is drawn by \V.
C. 'ravors, whose syvmboulic work is
notable for it 44OMerfnil expiesion ot
|irofouumil religioit, seniimewn.
III tie leading article, tihe06 ilgimi


ti


neiglh from I entli
eiglhtt pII il-, a pR P
nInt the it ol" a(ll .l n
ciirrying lrays.
mnii weighs 14-0
125 po.unmds. CiMi .
inean eighth t aid 'i
are helow those of s


,,f th. Christamas ITree," ale grunn Ied other umexLectot i


together for tLe first time cri'.soi
facli co,incrniig the early history ol
Chiisitias dacciratiiii-i. an1 quaintiit
hil, legoials, tranhiatedo I'mai r'irinian
fotklk r'. lThei illnslrtitinis 1,v 1-
it

of Chiritain us cheer anlLl ienri m.nk-
ing. .


An article oit'impuortant Iiiely iin-
ot rcle t, ii withliut the htIlidl.,y i ,ti ',
is C(ilveliati'l .Mflfett's "Stoi ise of
Nurses." Mr. Mfltett lively fur sev-
eral werk; at Camp Mii.taink, and
knew the nurses and soldiers person-
ally, and his realistic stoit's of hos-
pital camp-life are i iimfull of inter-
est. The article is illustrated with
photographs of nurses at \\,uik.
Besides the full piaeh of portraits of
famous Frrencla men fld n.'..)
there is an entire page of M.iloniii.ilj
from painting.a by miiodern aruiits OP
all laniis.
Among the many lie!plil ariiclei',
on Christmas topics it is difficult It,


spect is that a
weigll.I niure tllhli
man -
The vitalizing-
a drop of whl-ii


In,
r-it?


body. Thile Ao ll ie -
liealn once ti ve iiimnites ain
amii t fiil t -i 1 l .SQ ) l ut iill equlIal t
all hat is/colntain ill the bUiy.
T1 miile.ie of th< e la in ciretilatit'n
re't:tlIs soliie asltoin hintg anI utll-
Il taminiet of li t llis." It ik e.tiniatci
tlat, a.u-i.u iiing the average .-lpee'i
the le it to be s.xty-nin l beats a
iiitiue, the Iblonol travels 211.i7 yards
n sixty seconds; in other words, sev-
en miles an hour, 168 a day, or 6,320t
per year.
It a man of 84 could, have one sin-
.;1e blood t'n ipnee dieal ing in his


presiilemt's mesagft of 1.897. lnut four
Solitie riaason which lli an i lie iex-
pitai'ed lia't lievrr hidti ctiephile,.iti'ii
i.I' c.migiesww,' lw-rI iaenil'*,ra aof their
Furinda dlei'gatioln express Ihle opin-


it tatt tfte suijct. % 1t all ,-,. brought.
tbore-con'gress ri tlii. S essino. lie-
afre many da)s ill.s in lace.I'i. nce
wit-h tlie s "'ggestins ns I' p il-nt
.M .K.'inlcy will be ii.trodltit,.i in hLi,

ve* ,

Couin"t'k Sesc' in ChrNis i'is
". '- ';.. : h 't i nr ;-.-
iEti TA'riataasi- srent-Ct -
.. ter Bnttii.JiipiW n Demo-
fy.., -S)ecettil. e-, -


fl i.----a. .it .u


recraIr-ellI. i


SIKtf a.,id


UI t l


Stii.ly the tastes ot the jailsinm who
i t') receive a gift.


Nc\er Ipoil more than you can
erily av afford.
Never give a present out of policy.
There are' people whose inatii es
:iit' so waared that they i"doin't like
to get presents," save your g',od
gifts for those who do.
B. jmi'lici lio in giving to the poor
it. w:;l I. of life Do not make to one
lacking word l . a gift too fille,
nir ii. poor, Ii.',i oil omt, hand you


bltod all his life it wmiul have trav- force an oblitgati',o, o0 on thle oli,'r


ersed in thli; t. pe iid ln Io s than
5.150.808 miles. The average weight
of the brain of an adult male is three


f f I
select those of pse-eminent vaine. ;
pounds eight ounces, o a ema e two


E-ther Buckinghami-anl -hie i,
household authority to Deminoe-t'-'
readers-bas written on the sul.j,ect
of "Etiquettee in ChristmniN-Pi, eaitL
Giving'"; H. B. Sminiinons las drawl,
a series of frnit-plaite dlesiii-i for the


pounds four ounces. Thie woman's
brain begins to decline in weight af-
ter the age of 30 the Iuana's it it till
ten years later. Accoi-iing to high
authorities the nerves, with their
branches and minute: ramifications.


* -Ut i- - - ain


.>. vw, v.^ mu ub .)-u ,u r u r i c cing witb tile bain exceed 10,-
So come, little child, cuddle closer to iataleur china painter; Lillian Foustcg Wue a exce ,-
. -. i .. i- .. -.. U I. .l1.1i in ll n buer .
'ei iwt IlO Y' ~~ta i


me
In your dainty white uiahtcap and
gown,
And I'll rock you away to that Sugar
Plum Tree
In the garden of Shut-Eye Town
-i------eec.
rIThe Tiny Little Girii.
The Bentztown Bard in Bath News.
Mother says she's awful bad,
Gets so cross it makes her mad,
Wants to know if I can't do
Something 1 title girl, to you;
Thinks I better whip you well,
Says you're good and bad a.spell.
I ain't home all day to see,
So don't know how bad you be.
But I couldn't bear Ito whip her,
When I see her sweet lirr- curl,
For hbe's such a very little,
Such a tiny little girl!
"Wouldn't mind a word today!"-
'Spect that's what her ma will say;
"Just as bad as bad could be.
'Cept. in little sells, you see,"
Mother tells me that. there child
Sets her sometim'-s almost wild,
Won't I punish her a bit?
Thinks she's better after it.
But I couldn't her to whip her,
When I see her sweet lips curl,
For she's such a very little,
Such a tiny, little girl)

Thinkin' of herall day long,
With her laughter and her song;
But your mother says it's true
Bad man's got a hold on you.
How about it little miss,
With the rosy lips to kiss?
Couldn't punish her a bit,
And that just clean settles it,
For r couldn't bear to whip her.
When I see her sweet lips curl,
For she's such a very little,
Such a tiny, little girl!


"Taps.l


1 heard "taps'" Kutind ::Il the other
night, says Swinton, in the Brooklyn
Citizen, by the Italian bunglur who
sounded the simue at the funeral of
Hamilton Fish near Santiago.
Nothing culdh! be more tounhing or
plaiuti\ve tliani taps. I asked the
learned musician, Pnof. Fancinlli,
who stood by my side, whalit!er the
melody was an English one. He
could not tell its origin,' but said
that it was used at military funerals
in hiik own Italy and in all the couin-


? ll, IIow to I!!ke eve.ri.y i~ I l
useulu boxes for toilet cotiveuienice, ,


The p:i!lms .1f the hands and soles


nl also vs retii for a of the leet are cmIi'',ssl of chi-hioin
nnnll a]Kf> trives sll rf.'tliii' -f or a


lotsen novel liome-nmnido gifts. All
of thiee articles are piro hnely illnhs-
trated ill a a inumt jiractic-al hliclpifu'
manner.
Mine. Verlet has a review of mid-
wiuter Fieiich fashions and an il-
lustrated page of the newest millinery
appropriate for various occasions.

Unique Mi3sicail Instrunment.
Times-Di-m'icr.tI.
The ill ge"t musical i'lmtiuin.-i t on
earth will be on exhibition at the


of tat, in a) .ler ith-t isullleit jlt.- and
violent blows may bLe iitCesliiilly re-
"i-i.,-d. :l l u ~, ,.ilne t 'the
munseles i aI ln lr.s e'ililtiiti atih. The
inuscles--,,i \\ mieli he? tiiguue i o-
ii l,,iz'I el,.'ven--ili- l t i.i. es fi Itle
human tlli:i iinre ilkn ei,ill.in imn are
capable of umore than I1,'20 dUiilelnit
mi)tio1in.
The teaching of CxpI i ience indi-
cates that accilnit4 are far miirn rlike-
ly to occur "u tthe r;.ght lig ..i' al in
than to thea lef. FPuiher videniice


Paris exposition in 1900. It is called of this fact i- snppl~'d by Ithe imaki.r.s
an "autoelectropolyp)hone," and its of al iticiail limls; they ,dipla.se of
inventor and builder is an Italian, uaiimnv more appendages to the rigihi
sid 01 21rDd'tam oteof


Antonio Zibordi, who claims to have
worked upon it for fifteen years. The


Aile of01 hi buidy than to tho ulhei
Sttistic-; show that in fifty-four ca.e-


instrument executes every kind of out of 100 the left leg is stronger


concerted music and contains no less
than 8,000 different and independent
musical instruments. It cost about
$15,000. O
The inventor has employed most


varied applications of mechanical
skill and electrical apparatus, which
are not entirely new, biut the comp,,-
sition of which represents an incr-d-
ible amount of most caretul study and
human patience. The instrunmeuts
will be worked by means of two pe-
troleum motors, each of three-horse
power, which, by driving a dynamn6,
furnish the light for the inside of the
instrument, showing its countless de-
tails and illuminating the hall w-here


it is shown.


A cunions combination is the small
electric fountain within the instrn-
ment, which will show in vaiic,,olred'
light when the lights in the exhibi-
tion hall are turned down, the mniiic
from the orchestrion continuing all
the while.
There are two separate sets of in-


than the right.
If a man could move his legs pro.
portionately as fast as an ant, be
would travel not far .from 800 miles.
an ,our.


To Prevent Yellow Fever.
There a re two satfects treated ini
the president's mes ge which re-
ceive the commendaita n of congress-
men from the Gulf states. They
are the paragraphs r erring to the
construction of the Nii ragnan canal,
and the one urging th appointment
of a commission to ex inp into the
yellow fever subjeVt i the South,
a.d-- f-ta-sf-Ana preventing
the ilitroduction of \l disease into
the southernn States the future.
The Florida member in coumnimon
with those from other lf states are
heartily in tavor of th construction
of 'he canal, and the endorse the
president. suggestions.
The Florida delega on are even
more interested in th appointinmint


struments, which can be worked of the commission to
singly or togother-one a perfect the yellow fever subjce


string orchestra, the other a military
brass band of 130 pieces. T y have
separate sets of cylinders, but there


tries with which he was acquainted, are some pieces for both orchestras,


of the proximity cit
Cuba and Porto RicM


looked
fever.


upon as the h
T'Ie itncorporati


I wonder it is not often head at where the two cylinders are started agralph into the prehi


funerals other than those of soldiers.
It is certainly most appropriate for a
last farewell.

Horace Greeley: Duty and to-day
&.re onrs; results and futurity belong
to God.

TI. WV. Beecher: A proud mah" is
seldom a grateful man, for he never
thinks lit gets as much as lie de-
rserves .


together.
The apparatus will be taken from
Milan to Paris on two railroad cars,
and after having been admired at the
9'00 exposition it is the intention of
the inventor to present the instrn.
ment to Queen Margherita6? Italy.'

Hare: The praises of others may
be of use in teaching us n.,t what we
.are, but what we ought to be.


was due in a large r
suggestions n:adie to thi
tivo by Dr. J. Y. Portq
and the bacteliologica
which recently called


house for the purpose
the president to repe-a
tions contained in his
message. With some j
changes, the paragraph
the satie as that cont


examine into
on account l
his state to
%which are
ne of yellow
of thle par-
nits nies-sag,.
asure to the
clhief execu-
, of Florida,
committee,
I the wlhir-
f requesting
the s gge-a-
ant annual
dilt iions and
is virtually

ined in the


vu plc.ss hone the knii .)l,!dge ot
Ill ei t)

WA NTE'D-- SEVERAL TRUSTWOR-
rhv rPnsoNs in this state to raninage our
lititine'.- in their own and iiearli,3 coun-
taie It is siniplv office work coLIdu'Cred
at home. Salary srr.ighli $900 a year
and expenses dieiiiiite, bonatide, no more,
no less salary. Motl) ly $75. References.
Enclose self- il JI:"si stamped envelope.
Herbert E. Hess l'r( t. Dept. M. Chicago.

aliabee as an Artist.
One day in the spring of 1875, when
The Daily Graphic of New York was in
the full swing of its meteoric career, a
modest looking young man called at the
art department of the paper, at its Park
place offices, with a package of sketches,
says the Philadelphia Times. The draw-
ings were left for inupaction, and the
artist, handing his address in Brooklyn
to the assistant of the art editor, took
his departure. The availability of the
work was manifest as soon as the pack-
age was opened, and a comic series
from the lot was reproduced at once for
the front page. Their appearance made
quite a flutter in the cockloft of the art
staff, for talent capable of furnishing
good comics in pen and ink in those
days was a scarce and costly article.
The page was signed "S." and that was
all the staff knew about it until there
was a general shoving about of work
desks to make room "for Mr. Sigsbee."
But Mr. Sigsbee did not materialize%
nor did the supply of his wonderfully
funny drawings continue.
It became known that the art editor
had duly notified Mr. Sigsbee that his
sketohes were accepted and that he
\'iould be given a place upon the art
staff at once. Would Mr. Sigsbee plear-i
be on hand on Monday morning? But
the week rolled y and there was no
Mr. Slgsbee. TO art editor was un-
speakably astonished. He then wrote
still more urgently to the coy, but de-
sirable artist, and this time he got an an-
swer: "Lieutenant Commander Charles
D. Sigsbee, U. 8. N., sends his compli-
ments and begs to say that as he is at
present in command of a government
ship he cannot accept the position so
kindly offered."

Japanese Love of the Beautiful.
In the principal room of every Jap-
anese house built by rule tht:e is a
slightly raised platform sometimes so
arranged that it can be entirely inclos-
ed. This dais is the "sacred niche"
where the mikado would sit sb l!d he
-ev-r-enterthe troude. It is still the rule
there that the subject mu6e not look
down upon the mikado.. In the days,
not very long past, when it was unlaw-
ful even to lbok upon his face, he would
have sat entirely shut off from view,
and his food would have been served
through a side opening so placed as to
prevent a sight of his sacred countse-
nauce. The royal inclosure is looked
upon as an altar. With it the whole
house must be in keeping, and it is
here that some grouping of flowers of
leaves, some beautiful work of art, is
always to be seen. The spot fes itself a
sample of excellent work, and here the
little children learn from infancy to re-
vere and love the beautiful and the
good in nature and fi art.
The love of the beautiful seems, in-
deed, to be inborn in the Japanese race.
Pictures on the wall are changed every
month, according to the season of the
year. Clusters of favorite flowers are
gracefully disposed around the house In
huge pots or vases and are a source of
pleasure to young and old. In the open
space at the rear of the house, no mat-
ter how small, a gard,-u is made in
which a tiny la11 acape is skillfully
planned.-Ida Tigner Uodautt in aSt.
Nicholas.
A rrewd old doctor once said: "If I
W; 1 to torture an enemy, I would
teli url he had an incurable disease.
His life would be miserable, and he
would be almost certain to die before


SNO. 39.;

S- 6 .

aewcmas ceenracsee TaRlkt .
Porpoise oil "MM WOlkius," he said,"I .I
-Oils, animal, vegetable imd mwinaour fatbet at.luncheoo today,.lial .
are second in inpottance to but few do. ad along and confident tl .
inestic articles of 6ommeroe., Already A glad light came into be 4, I ,. I
medicinally invaluable in- tle byge. tul eyes, and' .i low, aappy tane h e .
ages of hand labot' lubricants have be- ed .. '
come almost condition of existence in 'Wa p Aja "pA p ze t _ooda .,. ,
this century of nachinory, and of allQ "' .P very l tJlgI I ..I ,v r
oils porpoise 1il is the finest, the tot iomes.. ''
difficult to obtain, almost the most cost- ForallgttmS the-was uui it f.- '
-vwdenttltzt sae expected bi- t -
ly. The difficulty, be it incidentally we eattat here l i ttoi
marked, lies not in expressing the oil, l
from the porpoise, but in catching. the acehand.tiggi-g at hisa..
porpoise itself. Thesecetaceans, likethe .t last abe drew a treaiuoatl :
fiah they prey on, are most uncertain in f d ane al 1A -,
their movements, at one time playing I"t iiW umage that papa dhidat*1.wi
by the week in our very harbors, at oth- , ytbihng to me about it at tea i
era staying a whole month far from the WWii .von,
coast. An economic andreliable method "Well," HenryTwivtmenharmt
of obtaining a regular supply of por- "I8U it th. d passed o~t
poises from our seas would bworth a i. W yvery busy. m
fprtu ne. n i wln . . -i$
' -At. present their. .bpture.is nisrefi b .
; (hefftxaolde P'rpoisiata Stt 4' S


The colder the climate the greater th
size of the hiuan brain.


j whlch- Yptb?
lated me. He said it undoubtedly .
aged a bright future for me."
SThen it suddenly began to grow chilly
thereabouts, and 16 minutes later, when z "
Henry Twickenham had been frozen
out, Gladys Willikins clapped her soft
white hands to her temples and ex-
claimed:
"I wish that fool and his Mandle
versus Binkham case were in Skagaay."
-Cleveland Leader.

Eloquence at [lay.
It was a preacher who had that "fa-
tal fluency" for whom an acquaintance
laid a trap. He had a way of promising
to preach, and on beginning would say
something like "I have been too busy
to prepare a sermon, but if some one
will kindly give me a text I'll preach
from it." One determined to cure him.,
He therefore asked him to preach. The
invitation was accepted. The time came,
and the visitor,. began his usual intro-
duction: "Brethren, I have been so
pushed for time today as to have been
quite unable to prepare a sermon. But
if some of you will give me a text I'll
preach from it. Perhaps my brother
here," turning to the plotter near him,
"will suggest a text." "Yes, brother,"
came the ready response, "your text is.
the last part of the ninth verse of the
first chapter of Ezra, and its words are
'nine and twenty knives.' There was
a pause, an ominous pause, as the
preacher found his text. He re ad it out,
"Nine and twenty knives,'" and began
at once. "Notice the number of thesa
knives-just exactly nine and twenty;.
not thirty, not eight and twenty. There,
were no more and no less than nine and
twenty knives." A pause-a long pause.
Then, slowly and emphatically, "Nine
and twenty knives." A longer pause.
I Then meditatively, "Nine and twenty
knives." Again hlie rested. "Nine and
twenty knives." A dead stop. "Nine
I and twenty knives-and if there were,
nine hundred and twenty knives I could
not say another word. "--Harper's Mag-
azine.
Giles In the Pulpit.
The tenets of John Wesley and hil
disuiplae weie eagerly embraced in Nok-
folk, and Giles frequently became a lo-
cal preacher. One "local," Sam by
name, is described as "a born teacher,"
though his sinmiles often dropped to the
burlesque. On one occasion he took for
his text, "The wages of sin is death,"
and prefaced his sermon as follows: "I
"My fri'nda. Brother Paul tells us
that the wages o' sin is death. Now,
let's see wuther we kin grasp wot he
mann by't. S'pose I wor tu go an du my
haarwest for Mr. 11H. (a local farmer),
an arter all the wuk wor dun go an aX
Mr. T. (another farmer in the same vil-
lage) fur my wages, wot du yeou tbi'k
Mr. T. would taay? Sure-ly he would
up and saay, 'Sam, yeon air a fnlu. Go
an as Mr. H. fur yer wages; yeou ha'
dan yer haarwest there. Wot du yeou
come an ax me fur yar wanages fur?' Aa
ef I wuk all my loibe fur the d&svil an
go tu God fur my reward be wool saay,.
'No, no, Sam; yeou go tu uthe daavil fur
yer reward; yeou hev wuked far him in,
the haarwest o' loife; he must pay
yeo.iL' "-Westminster Gazette.
&L


the moflthd of there et arie-.
cept the invaders as they lIcaV Prob-
ably, however, the ultimate solution
will be found in the ritle and some par-
tioular cartridge, preferably fronted with
soft, hollow lead to flatten in the crea-
ture's ribs. It may be that even with a
fatal bullet the difficulty is not ended,
tcr it has not yet been shown whether,
when fatally hit, the porpoise sinks or
floats.-Lounldon Spectator.

Wiebster Cowred Them.
William Wetmore Story, the sculptor,
and poet, was one of the few men who
presumed to call Lowell "Jim" to the
end, and Miss Mary E. Phillips, in her
"Reminiscoences of William Wetmore
Story," tells, in story's own words to
her, the following tale of the two young
men: "James Lowell and I were very
angry with Wobster for staying in old
Tylcr's cabinet, and as he was to speak
in Faneuil ball on the evening of the
80th of September, 1842, we determined
to go in (from the Harvard Law school)
and hoot at him and show him that
he had incurred our displeasure. There
were 8,000 people there, and we felt
sure that they would boot with us,
young as we were.
"But we reckoned without our host.
Mr. Webster, beautifully dressed, step-
ped forward. His great eyes looked,
as I shall always think, straight at me.
I pulled off my hat; James pulled off
his. We both became as ccid as ice and
as respectful as Indian coolies. I saw
James turu pale; he said I was livid.
And when the great creature began that
most beautiful .exordi'am, our scorn
turned to deepest admiration, from an
abject contempt, to belief and approba-
tion."
His Hlair Tn Danger.
A young artist whose pipe, eyeglasses
and luxuriant blond hair have made
him well known in town went to a
garden pariy not so much for social
amusement as for pencil studies of high
life. He wore a tail hat, frock coat and
lavender trousers and carried a sketch-
ing block a yard square. At the party
his epigrams, paradoxes and fiendish
silvery laugh overwhelmed, aa he in-
tended, all the girls in sight or hearing,
but he got through with his social da-
ties as speedily as might be, then went
and sat down ou a distant fenoe.
Soon pencil studies lay all around
him on the grass. Suddenly he felt a
gentle tug at his back hair. He thought,
"That is some fresh A lec trying to guy
me." and he did not look up. The gen-
tle tagging ceased, began again, became
much stronger, and then he felt some-
thing wet, soft, slimy, on his neck. With
adreadful oath be leaped from the fence
and looked Lbiund him. fBack there was
a smart trap, in which sat two girlsand
a young man laughing. The horses were
clo-e to the fence, nud it was one of
these that had caiummuced browsing on
the artist's profuse locks. Explanations.
tf.l lowed and ipuluo:ics. "All flesh," the
ar'-t said, "i. tw': V., huit uct all hair."
-lhiladel.hiLa Record.
or.e Fa tra-o:dlnaryr Mothers.
Probably t- younugcst grandmother
of wLb.'om 'P hl,o ricordr was a Lady
Child of Shiroj; i-ra. England. She had
marrMLd at 12 ycars of r.Pa and had a
child before her th'rta nth year was
complt"e.I This chhild in turn married
while .ttill very yonng, with the result
that La-dy Child-wa a raumdmothehzat
27 The most extrat.rdinary cases of
motheinociJ were tLor-;e- f Mrs. Honey-
wood .f Cih..ring, in KR.ut, and Lady
Templ,.. of 0 [uwv. Whc the former died,
on May tv 10. 20, oa;dS 93. she counted
as her d.-seendar.s 10 children, 114
grandchildren, 22S great-grandchildren
and 9 :rc,:t-great-grnaLi'c h ihlrcn. The
other cas .was even more remarkable.
Lady Temple, who (Cied in 1656, had
give birti to 4 sons and 9 daughters
and liviId to see more than 700 descend-
anta.
Tn.'.e of Boiled WVater.
In advocating the practice of boiling
water itad milk) of uncertain purity
Professor Bizzozero combats the preju-
dice againr t boiled water as a beverage.
He maintains that the "taste" fre-
quently complained of in boiled water
is really caused by the kettle and can
scarcely be due to the absence of dis-
solved air, of which water from wells
of great depth often contains very little
--Pittsburg Dispatch.
A Question of LocalIty.
"Ill tell you one thing," said Mad-
pop to his long suffering wife, "if
Willy does not behave himself, I'll give
him the worst spanking he ever had.
He'll get it in the' neck "
"Do be seriousna, my dear," replied
Mrs. Madpop. "The neck is no place on
which to spank a child."-Harper's
Bazar.


Modern Treatment of


Consumption

The latest work on the
treatment of diseases, written
by forty eminent American
pians, says: "Cod-liver
oliasdone more for the con-
sumptive than all other reme-
dies put together." It also
Sail "The hypophosphites
6o lime and soda Are regarded
by many English observers at
specifics for consumption."

Scott's Emulsion


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contains the best cod-liver oil
in a partially digested form,
combined with the Hypophos-
pfesof Lhne and Soda. This
remedy, a standard for a
quarter of a century, is in
exact accord with the last
views of the medical p on.
Be sure you get S TT
Emulsion.
All druggists: soc. and $1.oo.
SCOTT & BOWNE. Chemin, New York.
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NoT.-It nmusl lie remembered that the
wind is not a wholly reliable niutie pow-
er and if the sailors sometimes find it inm-
possibleto mnie sclhdnle time it munst lie
el arged to thie elements; they do th(lie est
they can.


Fri.


I
The scihonpr Ntttie atriveil '


day evening lroil Carrabelle, and de-
parted f'ir up North Bly, Saturday
morning.
Steamer Alplia arrived Satuirliiay
evening with fifteen passenger fiir
St. Anldrews. and left tor Apalachi-
cola anid C.trraieillo early Sillnlay
morning.

PACKED' tulOUNER
Wm. Crawford.
CAPTAIN R. C. GWALTNFY.
Makes reguhiir trips lIet',eeii St. Andrews
hay anIl id t'P:ueola. Passengers and
freight transportedii at reason'ahle rates,
anid with every attieltioun to the safet.v
l 'comfort of the forimerl and sal'e
^J~l~fai the la fi v r. LuFovrtpicilyii


or


-Marston & Finch. the popular fur-
ilature dealers of Pensacola, are pre-
senting to their customers elegant cal-
endars in rich colors for l89tt.
-&. J. Fp Smith is ei-pectndito&
"en'^K dai'- Incfu Hg aW veni Cf.


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PACKET SCHOONER
CLEOPATRA.
JAs. HOLt.IE- MASTE'rm
Leaves St. A idrwew paiy every Ttesday
leaves P'en ,,'iil: every Fridayv
(weather petiiitliig). Special attend
tion will lie given Ito receiving Iani
forwarding freight lur norties living on
East and North IDay, Sassengers for
points on either arin of tIlie Bay cat
depend upon securing prompt tranis
portatioU at reasonalile rates. Foi
further iniformtnlion apply to
L. M. WARF.& Co., Agts
NAI'llT11A LAIU CH,
GLADYS.
C A Fr. FRAN \VK W iriIli.r.
Carries the East Bavi Mail lietUcen St.
Androei LIn e, Wcit:ppo a nd iiiteruledi-
ate points. Leaves St. AiJrews daily )
exceptt Sunday) at t:UO .i. in.; arrive iit
Wetappo at i2::30 p. ni.; lenve Wetappi
at 1:00 p. in.; trrie.s at St. Andrews at
7:30 p. in. MSakes landings regularly iat
Harrison, Oroniaaton. Parker. Pitts-
lburg atiJ Fit'rind:tle. For pas-eaigegr anil
freight rates, see rate card in the ser-
oral postolfii:es.
DAVID M. \rWnHLRILL. Contractor.

A Week's %Weathler.
The following table gives the maxi-
mum, minimum and mean tempera-
tures, the rainfall and direction of the
wind, for the twenty-four hours ending
at 7 o'clock p. m., as indicated by U. S.
government self-registering tbermom-
eters. Max:Min. Mean. R'n W'd
Dec 14 28 U.00 n
15 38 .00 n
M 46 .00 so
17 46 .00 so
18 48 .00 se
19 59 1.10 se
20 59 1.31 se
Forweek... I I 46 I | 2.41 1
The maximum thermometer in use at
ts stat io-i has again had the misfor-
tune to get broken; hence the maxi-
mu.m and mean temperatures cannot be
recorded until a new instrument is re-
oeived from the weather bureau.


Parker Lodge No. 142
AF. &; A.- \NI,
RIorgmalar .C(urmnuni-
cations onl the first
anal rtitil Saturday
in each month.
Vi sitting Brothers
FRATERNALLY INVITED.
E. PALMER, W. M1.


I.


2.


The public generally invited to atteiid
-Christmas comes but once a yeoA';
So all good children far and near,
Will hang their stockigs nearJJ1
grate
And fo- Old Smnta's coming wait.
. -A rood big Tablet for ets; a large
d one for S ets and a good thick school
tablet with 1i leaves for 10 cts; all will
handsome covers and good, ruled paper,
- at the BUOY office.
r -Brinsvour ordinary school ink hbot
tile to the Buoy office and for Sc get i
filled with Arnold's celebrated Chein
ical Writing Fluid-the very best. iul
made. Must have your own cork.
-The St. Andrews Horticultura
and Improvement Company is prtepar-
. ed to clear, improve and plant into fruit
any tract of land which may be giver
them. It will pay all persons to buy a
tract from them and have it improved
-Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date line and views ol
either St.Andrews Bluff. or Biena Vista
Point, at 8e. per dozen; also map of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 12c. per dozen, at the
Buoy office
-All persons wishing to place _res-
ents upon the New Year's tree at the
Hotel on New Year's Eve, will please
leave the same with I. Godard, chair-
man of the committee on arrangement.
at his store, no later than Thursday
evening, ncxt.
-It you are thinking of buying prop-
erty in St. Andrews or immediate vi-
cinity, you cannot afford to purchase
until you have conferred with the pro
prietor of the BuOY. If you are short of
money and want to buy on your ownf
time for actual settlement you can be
accommodated
-The committee appointed to pre-
pare the church union entertainment
and Christmas tree have been actively
at work, and everything is arranged for
aL occasion that will delight the grown
people and fill the hearts of the little
ones with gladness. Don't forget that.
it will be held at the Methodist church
on Saturday evening next.
-Everyone knows it is too cold, even
here on "Lovely St. Andrews Bay," to
try to get along wil hout a heating stove:
so what is the use of putting off getting
one any longer? Go to T. C. Danford's,


WV. A. EaMMsON, Secretary where may be found a stock of the most,
To Cre a. Cold iii One Day, approved patterns, and he wants to sell
Te Laxative Broo Quinne Tablets, them while the weather is such as to
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
make them a necessity, and will make a
All druggists refund money if it fails to m aee them amnecssit, and oi mnea
cure. 25o. The genuine has L. B. Q. on aord b without one.
each tabletafford be without one.
each tablet.
-. -. .-- -The Booy is commissioned to brincr
Boston's Great Man. seller and buyer together for a most de-
"Boston may be the center of culture sirable bargain in real estate about two
afthe United States. but I found no and-a-half miles frem the Buoy office
evidence of that fact in ny first trip to on the Parker road. Five acres of
the Hob," remarked the hyouug commer- with good to-story
clal traveler. "The culture may be ground, fenced, with good two-story
there all right enough, but the Bostoni- cottage and furniture for mall family
ans withwhom I camein contact seem- will be given away for less than half
ed less proud of it than of certain oth- what the improvements cost, if taken
er feature of the town. When I lande-]-i've' soon. Title perfect; location de-
d'sked himprac d a poliom~ irale. Call at or address the Buoy
hotel. He mentioned a good house to t is absurd for -
me and added, 'On your way fip to the -It is bsrd f a man or boy to
botel you'll see the house where John think of goiun poorly or uncomfortably
L. lives.' 'John L. who?' I asked, very dressed wnen T. C. Danford can fit the
taupidly. 'Sullivan, of course,' said he, largest or smallest with ready made
With a look of supreme pity for my ig. clothing at prices that leave no one an
r l ace. excuse for being shabbily clad. These
"A little farther on I met a fellow garments must be sold, and Mr. Dan-
whom I knew slightly. 'Como, have a ford is not. the mac to put a price upon
cigar,' said I. He said he hadn't time, is gOs that will drive a patron away
but be told me where I could get a good his goods hat wil drivee a patron away
cigar. 'It's a little store In the middle before he makes a purchase. Try him
of the next block. By the way, see that and s,:e.
house on the other side of the street? -Nothing mukcs a more suitable
That's where John L. lives. I passed holiday present than a jud!Uicio1s selec-
on to the cigar store. 'They tell me I ior of chinaware or glassware, and no
can get a good cigar here,' I remarked. of chi unaware or glasware, and no
'That's right,' said the man. 'Stranger one in Washington county carries a
in the city?' 'Yes.' 'Well, that house more extensive stock of thseo articles,
oer there-that's where Sullivan lives.' tha does T. C. Danford, and visit to
"Conductors, bellboys, business men, his store, corner of Loraine avenue and
elevator boys, clerks, barbers, bartend- Cincinnati street will convince you that
r--everybody called my attention to lie is determined to sell, whether he
that house during my stay. He was the gets first cost or not. They most go,
only great man to whom the nativesThey mo
w ft to call myo attention. "-h and the early buyer gets first choice at
delphia Recoor.l. the largo assortments.
...--- -. -- -An uninIitentional error a. ,'uurred
Tiere is no nimdieile in thl world I:al \t, lat. wolk in thie Bro's notice of< the
to Cihamherla1in,' C,.,,cl, h.,- 1,1 ,,lr ihe New Year's entertainment and ipro.emit
cure of throat anld lunm1 d.-., e. Thlii. it di.-.ribiution. The item said evt'ervon u
a fact that has ,eon iroven in Burlmer-. woul-1 get presents, when it sLhould have C
e8s caseO. Here i ,ia .in.pl. ofrt" ousans said that all children in; at..tndaice
ofletters receio : 'I havei tied Chni would be remeinher:'l Thi.~ thli1 comrn-
berlain's Cough lie.nedy while sufferilc minittee provides for. The older ones t
from a severe throat ItrubJie, and found will rece-iv,2 such. presents only is are I
Immediate a.,d efrecclive relief. I can uin- placed-ou the tree by their friends, and c
heuitariaagly recormnneid it." Em,;r.n W. it's promised that no children and pro- i
WnilTrr.Mohr,rEditor Grnimd Rivers (Kv) turned that few adults will fail to re- I
Herald. For sale I,y L. f. W1are & Co.,St ceive some token of friendship which d
kridreus uand 5l yhBeatl nd l a a,.',iiin,, will add to .their happiness fi.,,in !cing
tljluor. . -


LOCALDRIFT,
-Razors and pocket knives at thelPi-
oneer Drug Store.
-Taxes for IJ98are now due and will
become delinquent April 1, 1s99.
--You can get line prunes, figs, dates,
raisins and candies at the Pioneer
Drug Store.
-Wannamaker & Brown's samples
for Tailor Made Suits at L. M. Ware A&
Co's. Callard get prices.
--Leave your orders for turkeys for
the holidays at the St. Andrews Poul-
try yards of Geo. W. Surber. sr.
-Aliens Tasteless Chill Tonic, Sar-
saparilla and Yellow Dock aru the
best. For additional evidence call on
Dr. J. J. Kester.
-"Lewis' men's and women's Ox-
ford ties, from $1 to $2, and a nice lot of
i teut tip low cuts at $1 it pair at at L.
1. Wai'o & Co's.
-Genuine old fashioned Michigan
male sugar, warranted pure, to arrive
on the next boat and be on sale at the
Pioneer Drua Store.
--Call at Dr. W. G. Mitchell's East
End Drug Store for Christmas books,
Christ mas cards, and .a general assort-
ment of Christmas presents.


STATE NORMAL SCHOOL

F or thie Free Tratiing-
Teachers.
To thie Teachers of Floridnl: In


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S B iught to tit


Buoy oftiev h of grass from li- i
farm, which h Somethinug remarkable,
The uame of the variety is not known
but it is short jointed, with fine leaves
at each joint. and has the apptarancet
of being a good forage plint. The
samples brought are fully nine feet
long, and Mr. Gainer says it grew nfter
the corn was laid by, late in June; that
it grows so thick it is difficult to drlie
a team through to gather the corn, and
that a man on horseback cannot be
seen at distance of a few yards. He
says also that it is easily kept in sub-
jection while the crop is being culti-
vated and that it doesll) apparent in-
jury to the growing crop.


t The Young Peoples Baptist Union
meets at the Baptist church ever-3
Sunday at 3 ,. m. All invited.
The Y. P. S.C. E. meets every Sun-
day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the
Presbyterian church. All interested
in Christian Endeavor work are
earnestly invited to attend.

Personal.
Mrs. L. Harri-,un, of Peuria, Ills.,
who is also the jposse.csur of a pleas-
ant home in St. Anurews, where her
winters are spent, arrived on the
Alpha last Sat iuray.
Mrn. C. L. Crowell of Mussville,
Ills., who hat been a frequent visitor
to St. Andrews Bay, in times li:i.st,
armi'yile oif the Alpjha,-Satlu,ci-ia' ---
Miss Eimma Anteliff of Peoria, Ill.,
Itaide one of the pattj arrit ig on the
Alpha, Satitlinay and the young lady
will remain, the guest of Mis. Harri-
son, for the winter.
Louean M.iatthews of Dunlap, Ills.,
was an arriving pas. .t.ger on tihe Al,
.tiha, who will aecqualint hiiim.'elf itll
lie hoi-itablhi people and the iiatiny
:iitraetionsi8 of St. Anudrews Daay.
W. B. Denmisiti)ii, si.n-ih-law of tile
late Ina M. Bayley, who started fr.itm
.1Miisonnri with that gentleraii and l
their, faimili,.- many miiouml ago fir
Sr. Atiitrew.s, to make this their fuit
tiure home, an I who. e wife and chil-
drea came on in alv.uacei of him a
iri.,Uth or more a g,,,a vei or li the Al-
Iha, hpin Saturday' l:-t, and will lI..k
after Mr. B-ll-vy's estatee here, with
iihe expectations o' making this their
fittire homb.,


D. W. Knight anih son, E O0.
Knight aitl wile arrival fiom Ftii -
bury, Ills.. on Saturdiy last, iiil i
lth intii.ii, of making thiis theio
honiie, ansd will do so if a s.tiFractors
luCetiiin can be procutnreI.
Henry (amp andil wife, nanl Jas.
l; vant anal wife aae new ial-
rivals tai Fairbury, 111-"., whvi.
heime si'c iig a h'iiiio'T-iyrAte t. ili-
dlifws [Day colniit iy. These acqui.
stations ale \i ltat tlie country mll.-s
>iLe'l, iIl it i to be hi-ipel that
i,:itizenas helo, e n-fral l will aidI
llan as. they can can I 1 fifili ig
ilhe'a.Na;it end r'cfitnabl' Iolimi e.

No Aid From aHia
"My face pains me, doctor. What
shall I do?" asked the patient.
"I'm snre I don't know," replied the
doctor. "You know I have no way of
improving your looks." -I Youkers
Statesman.

The American *nsul-r agents at
Kalamata, Greece, and Dardanellea,
Turkey, received as compensation from
the United States treasury in 1896 the
sum of $1 each.

Blondel, the harper, did not discover
the prison of King Richard. Richard
paid his ransom, and the receipt for is
is among the Austrian archives.

A Tennessee l]ady, Mrs. J. W\. Towle, i f
Pliiladeilpphiia, Tenn., h s ieeft uinilg
ClhamniLerlaini's (C'Oghl1x Retuedv for hr
abv.y. who is s.ulject to criup, and says of
t: "I find it just is good as you claim it
o be. Sined 1 have had your Couchi
iviiitaedy, 1,ialy hras been threatened "it It
croup O\-r so many firmie, hut I would i
&ive himn a doie of tlimu Ri.-i i.dVy aid it
ri'.tvri' el hi. hat sin- it every ftimn ." Hun-
dreds of mothers -aiv thI. same. Fir .:iLt.
v L. M. Ware & Co, St. Anidren.- an.t


S rit.aly for .-. ttig u b .t\ in a bit lv
a t L IM. W ., r,- :., tAidltit. i and
. Baylhi ad, or an ni a i cin Jc i lit''s.
--


A Cem.tcry For Old Clothe5,
In the north of London there is a lit.
tie plot of grounc where old clothes Lre
t buried and afterward oxhbnu'd for a
curious purpo.e. It is a flat. barren and
destitute piece ofgrouud and presentea
very me ntucholy spectacle. Little wood-
en stumps, beari numbers, mark th,
graves. i
There is a pnpqr mill near by, which
finds it rather difficnit to get suitable
material for the miluutacture of a special
paprr.
The ordinary ro ra,; are no good
The rags themselves have to be manu-
fae..ttreid. Old cotil, old trousers and
old dra-ses are cow rcd with wct soil,
and after a fI'e.w ieks' rotting are ex-
hunmed.
A corner is se-i rkniid for old linen
goods. The lineu j; plar ,cl in layers in
a box, with soft riih soil between -ach
layir, and then barevd.
Limuewater i tenu sprinlklel over
the grave, aud aftnr a fortnight's rot-
ting the lie-u is redaned to a ninre
sk-lrrton., wnich is taken out of tile box,
laid flat in a winarm Llank-t aud ruah-
ed c ff to the paper mill.
Though it iq only the siop of a foot-
ball groua(l, it couiaius 2,000 grave,
which are lu ark!-.tl by 2,om10 wooden
stumps, each barif a number.
.clefr:l Ses)te of Color.
The dif rlrcaRe.a betweenCu men and
womrc. aro wl!l minn ked in many ways,
but it ma;y not be g;n,;raly known how
groat this riiTer':ue- is in the ma':ter of
S Tto ifT ._ c..fc-jor
bliulltjeIa. A 1.:r n ierc.un-mtno of menu
are i:au-rvi...a..i ,i i :t-.iti,.u of color;
thl.y i It, ,'r :'.t: *,..r .,i. r.o,,ate it
V .j. Lu, c.:. t: c m.iry, iinL-l many.
anu;'.:, .i,, t-:i-e r-; ly ,It trac-t..l a.Vl re-
pCll 'I v : .I-'r, \:' ,: to the av,?rage
mil t niil r '.i.: u my.-tcr;. The or-
di:iar:; i ii ',s ij. ,iA'..i l : jf 1 i.t s hrlA p-
nmut 1:.-;. ., i'i k o'; r iu tlhe prover-
,iiil .u i; iu'l ., !>; 'l .. iiu .]iu. W hly lh
6b aa'.' i;t'l t .1" wjld' I ,ll, i 1>.iU.I n wIIv.lti,:

(1 "-v' r, 1. .-.. airt ge alid
i1atr-hb fLd li;iM va'.,ati.c bhiues with
the sc-riO- c u .. LI -..,I,Li ;.:h-, to a bu id-
Dc.-:l wmatt:t', I'.- :q his :inid.r.standirg.
And just ;s rF-.r l,:nv.-s a malnn rcolil,
Eo) d -s t a.. in a v, .a1' ;.n v .hi.t h accoi:ntit
fr liur iiitiifft.r'Tet i .t, zI.-cary and her
fr.: :'U ut i :; ..i t ..-r dr,--i. i g. Louisa,
im itr.:-i ic'_.- s -iet rt.:.., wa. anu in-
stau.-:' of this. Hi c. ,'_.rin wivia nh.iperb
anil the euC-ivy of a tit.l hl r drrwiviug dV-
fectivo and.l lp'o".ra-tI wii .? he tiied.
lat, il Jil.e t o10 in to (iraw efe unly
succi:c.h1d i Eii. ,-,au. h,_-r liue instiUct
for color.-Loud. :rihic"


XV .i\ N I'I -- maIn \i. 'rF i.;i r\'r i-rriv
r i. ii hi.- l t, t i' :ihr ge ot1r i f'-U i-
ri - i tl, ,,' n i .' : i rl, .ui.unli.:.. It
'. '.r -tla.lli t $ 'l. .i J le .-
- t i r, b--nati ,'. li...r-, no les Sal-
i '. M miu't1 1 $. --l-'$ icts. Eve,-lo c-
s -I '-ad i'i i -I 1-ip-,i -I, I-l.io lH eili, rt
E. e-i, hI'..:.t.. I.I. M Ch(icaro.


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Vreal and Reanl ?.arriage.
The lover is an i1:rali-r. He is not
in luve with a living ril-ry, though he
thi:k- he is. His h L : .-S as an idteal-
istr cr-i-,s in l. e.i- .'iu- aa p>:.,m to be
not 'nidy poetical, but a fact. True love
is a rflicina--that is, a Lcliivt pci.n
-but it is itnf(.rirr to the i .el.-tLal reli-
gic.ne in expecting its ileal fruitinu -on
the eartl. 'Tho lover soeks this fruition
in marriage. If hi-r i nariarge is unhap-
py, it is ,, ,lip-a [p i:!t. '..ut, -nul there is
no mori to :,e said ; but even the hap-
plst mnuirriaoEi is rliT'rt:nt from the
love-r'-s i.l:l. It is inift.rir'r as to perfec-
tirn i:-teat;u.. it is full of great ,,r trivial
anuu:yances which are i.ci:impatib l',
which pertl.-*ron i,-il which tho li'r-
had not foresoc-i', Lot it is inr:r-:paranbly
Eupprior to any ideal in ri'-huesi and in
ut rest. The wo'rain must'have a poor
nature who does not afe-r marriage re-
veal qunlitivqs that h..r I-..osr had not in-
cluded in his enn-.-'ptiou of her gifts.
It is like going to live in some beau-
tiful place that hith,.rto we have ouly
road al out. We had imagined for it a
cortaiu pure and sin_;ple charm. Living
there, we find unroxpectredi inconven-
tences, but the neighborhood has becoate3
far more interesting to us since it has
been our home, as we have made a hun-
dred discoveries that our imagiuatiou
was unable to for.rse. Finally, we per-
ceive ,that the i ttr,:t of the place,
which tIOe tourii,r thinks he has ex-
hausted in one visit, is in reality inex-
haust iLe. Ne-verthel.-:-:, ia spite of the
Fup-ri,..r variety of in-.re:t ,in the real-
it.y, on co2:,,1:iri-:g it wili an imagine .
tivoe concpti-n we know that it has one
iiaferirity. The iileatl is still the ideal,
anl fr.i.it Lime to time tL.e :ir.t i:npros-
Fpi n (whic'-h yas not true) may recur to
us in memory ith a magic that no
reallitt can c-ju::l.-Hnammerton's "The
Qutr. of H."p,-]1iu, -s."

In thie river Ll-anu ot Texas little is-
lands of icatiug sand are sometAafg
seen:

Bnlcletn's Arnih;. Salve.
The BesT Salve in the world for cuts
burns, -.'r-., Ulcers, salt ra.'irn., fevoc
sorcs,t,.: .-.'-'- chapped hands, ci:ili;in ,
eorns and all skin erun tions, and posi-
tively e-ur*- -. ili-. or .,' r.,-y required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect s tis-
faction or money rc.',ni '-a1. Price 25c
per box. For sale by all '1 -'.

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' A strictly hiah-cride F3rsn,:y ,ewing
Machine, assessing al mrnoCder
iam:pr-o'.srnecits.
ill rp e -l ort. l ,
GuorolIG! I .9i t0 i1 BgtUU.
Prices very reasonable. Obtain them
from your local dealer and
make comparisons.

E rUu t Ir:u Ir lb.
EASTEN OFFIC ELVIDERE IL
089Broadwey.N.Y. BELVIDERE, ILIO


GAY'S


-Say, hasn't your wife or daugliter
been burning her eyes out -ooking ove'-'
that olid worn out stove. or ini th.l tire
place'kIong enough'. Go to T. C'. Dan-
ford's and get her a new cook stove fiir
a Christmas present. He has a fine
assortnment and is anxious to sell them,
now', and will make them .at a :rice I
at which you %will be sure to buy one if
,\ou once give him a call and examine
t.ln ,
--All rendcis of the Buoy will be. in-
Lorsted in the combine nation offer muade
e]ewVhulre?, by which they can ScCu're
entirely free of cost, a yearly subsc'rip-I
tion to the Columbnhian, published at.
Bartijon, arid aLil elegant souvenir ipoun
of Sigsbi-ee, of the battleship Maine.
\YW have also made arralTngumcints by
wlhii-h wv,. can iive a Dewcy, Sampson,
Schley. Lee, Mile-, or Ho'bhson t ploun in
place of the Sigll h pattern. Every
r,-adler should takeWdvaniUage oIf trli
ofter.
-It ha- never been the policy of the
Buoy toi crowd this paper upon anyone:
nor will it le suih in the future'. In it
ft.w iuslances it has been s'.:.ir i after their
substrilti, n has Cexpirdil, in the beli. f
that the patron would not wvish its dis-
continuance. If any such alihtild fail to
get it after Jan. 1, "91, they will under-
stand that it is through i o ill ill o 01 the
publisher; but that it cots cash to je-t
even printing paper and other incident-
als connectedl with its issue. and that
the publisher cannot afford to carry ,a-
large comhn tary list, much as he


Tax C
I u ill vi it
Ilie dales 11:t1
ciivct ia.g ile
I"i thle yeal
(C'alyvil!e,
\\ :i rail,
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A nmurder:r i
ed on the very s
his olitne. Th
in it Llindfold
him. If he is
is held to his
finally the cart
body. There se
twice about this

A
Anxious Pare
ter appears to hi
is abont to l.e in
Do,:ctor-Let E
wedding. If t
eyes, marriage
Tim e-Daemocra
I ia this i
wouil not doi: I
iambn l ,tii P1
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Corner of Bayvlow and Wyomlnz veecs cn ODay Front.
Glasware. Tinware and Notions!
Whalt you cal"n'. liil at any ),tl,er S re.' cm, 1iin t ie R A C K E T
S T 0 R E aid get.

Bread, Pies and Cakes, Specialtles,
I. I )HA ri. ID, l'rilrieor.


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NE.37A"i 8 0pL AI ca.,

Isthe Piace for Pas s ti crs to an-J from

om T E r 7 T, -, 7a

Rooms C'omf rtab Terms Reasonable!


I1 PFOVE FARM FOR SA LE!

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G r.ipe' V inles aill i n I .A: ifi. t. i la 1i.'. i
s, no w ill I,. lld ,i

And Ihe im pr.remineilS' s ,alunt: u t g oo.l
' .11l T i t.'ieJ i',V ituld IrcteI casli
,l '.v l. Iut tul h l '.' tir' '' i i-, ll l th,-
r. 1i l '. h. 1 ;C 0 ,i . I Io. F . ', i ,1 1 il l i'; ; ,.1 -
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o'u't Tobacco Spit and 2ao'-e Your LL. AwT.y.
It" ;,'-oU wal to q uit t ltj1')'1 c u--iT U 1 c ic'ly
anid forever, be ii;n:tJer \vell, L'.- i C11, itgueLlei,-,
full of neoy ief ai.l vi-,.r, t i:.vj -u-'I B.:,
the wvoud ( '--'.'.)'l-'mr, tlhat ul..ti. \\i ".i mct n
sr.i .,D;-'. lay '.iin teon wlmil n '. in tI:n mit,'j
(-'er -.),t.c.I ttc'arad. ini" -TN.oi-Itc '_ f u o r
mrii i. t, uncler gnarr.i;c itii-a', .5re k or-
, i i. i kl't and san p:- ;, i:''. I rr-e. Ad.
.- t-rling lteiiaiJy 'C, ..'hi.'.-. r a .c ', York.
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FOR RENT!
H;. IE S NITARIU'M at Old
'- '"I -..,.. ir i ,h.ii f. tr rent ii t a reas-
J..,,l. ip i e. 'I1 r,-nt tfa r a tim e
i11, ''" i,'j.':l ia i .;!iig the huuse and

\I-.. I 1' ,ii.i s -. i L. r.,int avenue
, .l-t 0i' jI ir'f l.,.. i tt i:'.
"i.-r 'nri lr,, r I ;- rl i:i a.r', supply at lhl




i 'i r- i.. !-. including ipa-
ri ,- i .: : in i ll ,. 1ii ,.'.rc -s ; ilj in
.'t. i i- v F I ., ti uI rid ii t ,l i p-
1 .! ;, -. l iii ., .- l I Poiqnt. IProp-
S .i o, 1. J,. tui, L-u Aildic'ss 1. J.
Il 'n.,.S, Klir''-tru. Ji.rtai a.


( X. dUINcER
irs re:iared ti cut
WO(l)) AND FENCE POSTS
and *.'livo r them at reilsonable rates.
If you new ili r v.' with i.ani. call upon
i. \V. SIlliER
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'LIVER~Y


*tor's Visit.
Sfillow iiig tIlaceson
, hior tile pitrpose of
hin and Couinty taxeN


masilay, .De. 22.
lay, Dce. '23.
t. Tax C'IIleect-ir,
-ijtit C ulinty, [Fla:.

ri Justice.
Sc-rvia, must be execus-
pt where ho committed
a pit is dun-, ho stands
td a firing party shoots
Still alive, a revolver
to finish him, and
yoveled in upon his
it certain poetic jus-
dure.


doctor, my daogh-
ng blind, and she
rried.
r go right on with the
thing can open her
Nwill.-New Orleans

let i o )u kilow' a li.tl I
Otia I nliit di witlhoul
ni I.iiln in my lh- 'ise, it

nior,- -J. R. \\AIL.\itr,
C(Ininlerltrin 's F-'n:i
houm hold linirn,-nt ill


CA. E ST IDAND S BY

CHIPLEY 2 ST. ANDREWS BAY HACK LINE


.ler to meet a strong demand and to
biaiir tle State Normal School with -
II rejach of- as inamiy as possible of
th ,cO whinl it is intended to benefit,-
new ani:mgei) entls fir the .i'-ag ternu
ha\e been made whoieby beginiiers
in Al gibra, Latin, civil government,
;iNal plivical geography will be fully
flCe'niiin .inii "tedl
During the .llrling term of 1899
thcie will also be classes in every
%i uly prescribed for Class D, i. e., inl
all bi ailehit required for second and
i iinl gl:itde certificates.
V'i'e:m-e bear in mind, also:
1 That the Normal School is
imlely professionall in character;
2. Tl',,at it has becn welll equipped
ial.1 i-, maintained by the state;
;;. 'l lit it- is entirely free to citi-
,:.in., .1 Florida who expect to teach.
F i tli.-rniiiia ...n.. board is remark-
,illv el. a ;ll1 miilroad fare much
i..l ,-,,, Y i ti i for c'alt logue.
',,..s ti uly,', C'. L. H .n K.,
['l ln-m..l.


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Parties en route for St. Andrews Bay or other points

cen rran s for conveyanceo at reasonable rates by ad-

dre sia g, A. d J i. hitney, Florida.

R. F. BRACK-IN. I CASI-I STOE--. I W. L. BRACKIN


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ST. ANlJPENNS

PRICES CURRENT
G R 0 C E 1-11 F.S.
Gralilaed 6 He io..... 55
(Xatf,! -A ......51., Oh poivdr. :40
Li lorownl.......5 Uncol'd Jap.4l'etili
Clii -1Milk., J a
Arbuckle,11 12-15S weeCtened ......8
.i u 1c -sflnaps, 3 Ht 25 Baking rni'dt'r


.11e ev jbda 10 Po III...... .....I1)

o nied o n IicheI-s 8. APritct. I i
ain ii cAl. . .1T5 IISat () e i-js S., I

lig . . . .:0j AurpIne s . .. . I. .
F-phe Se b.Pe S i I'-s l. l.i.
L -'ard 1110-. . -... .t) al o .. . .. .

F I re da S I- Ip...4 0Canne Mnl -gts: ,e
fo o . . ..141 4.1- O A ..


Jelly.- S ; iUati l -..~ jI ..... 1u
Liime J nirce .. .. 45 l'ni [l in ... 12
Eggs per doz... 15
I'RO V ISION S.
Flour I'ok k
Am 'S1win '. .2.I.'5 D. D p, tI, ..
Majestic . .. 7 l';ac ni Sidis.. . ,A
JornI Meal pi l,.;I0-7 Fresh . .. . Sil
;at Mi-aI l pr l t 5 Ih' kf'st lic n. I I
Jorn per li. ....55-ti60 Ham 'anvasedi- l 2.-
Potalanues Sh',uldaes ..... I
I rish ....... 1 21l 1,:etI'
Early It'se sc d I 20 ('.'rncd... . .- 8
Sweet.....- S .M 5 Frer.i. .......8 l0
3alt, prsack ... .3 J Dri'd......... 25
'1 able ........ 5 M ilkl pr qt...... 10
11 All rw A R E..
Nmils. ver 1t, 3.,34" Ax,with hi ile. 75
(;.lv wire d .litlni ll :., e li 3.. .ai,51
Manilla. rope l.t '2C'l'pper paint, ain 45
diove. cool<,. $-'.)5 Lini,.ed oil,gal55@60
Pipe, per juiat 15
1,1.'Y Gnoins,
Prints. 11 er yd.l Si Clhe,:.-ks ....... 5a5%1
Shieetings .. 5a Flaiin el.. .... 15.1
lusali ....... Dall 1 nh ead per spool. 5
JIans ..... liaM5 Shoe.s,ladie $1aM 75
FxtraI panels ar l t'. 5 Men' $1 40a:100
M ISCELI.A N'EOU3S.
Hay pr cwt. .7-al .' Oalt pr bu...... 55
'rai ........ 1.25 Bikck pr M... 13 I
Rope Sinal .. .. .7 9 Lime pr bid...... 75
FIUI'I and NUTS.
Oraniges pr doz I'ccans pr lb.,... 15
Apples ........ lt W alnuts . ... .
Loiuns ........ 3. .\ l30 IM la a ........ I
OY SI RItS
iin hell p, l,liiil 1 .51) OpieLn l pr qt .. 1 5.
LIVE STOCK.
H .80: l1 C*l%%N. -i i l .7i


WETAPPO
Special to the Biui
E. A.. Emmons olf S. Anhli,.% Pay
,came up to (C. IL. lathIl..'[., Sat u i-
I day, onil tin mai n iniiinelh.
T he sch,' in-, .1 N ( .,Ii l,, c i ,,
in firon CKai nah.-I., l'hni .iid y.
,Mis. J. J. Kroinmiller made a call,
Saturday.
H. Watkins and Miss Lathrop
were on our streeLs, Saturday. Ev-
eryone was glad to see Miss ae in
our midst again after her illness of
several days
Several of our young people spent
a plasaniit evening at the home of
Mrs. H. B. Bates, Saturday, also or-
ganiziniLg a social club, of which Jo-
seph Dyer is president, Mr. J. J.
rannni iller vice president, li s Lath-
rop, secretary and Mrs. Kronmiller


NuLk':i I duel tallmn-r.


Mecet next 6 'It o r, a), nmig lt ,t t the
home -'t Mrm l.tess.
F.F 1louituoahnmade a biisiniess
0,1l1. Sartirday.
su'',ernn fl iendos til~it -a le-Ismt~l
lilli at.D~vi' Su lay Cvvi~niflg.

~NOTICE.

To thne Thi *li Ij('lrs of' l (Ad Set-


ler's Sf;e tin o C'lOllitiO-
tonl, F'lorida.
y ., 1 0 l l ;e i ].:e i f,,i,,', i ,L ,Iun
i-vXt IInii I] m eiii trily will take pl:r ,.
on, the 2. th iti r, at the D ij.titi
church at Crouianton, Fl.I ia
E. S. DAY, Secretary.

WVreek on the 1F. C. & I'.
Quincy Herald.
The "est b)onnd lpa;-ncgr.' train of
this division of the F. C. & P. rail-
way, due to airive here at 4:30 p. m :.
ran into two cows near Greenville, inll
Mdi-mi county Wednesday after-
n0bon, the 14th inst, derailing the.
train and H.mta-in one of tile worst
wrecks known for years in Florida.
Five people were killed; the engineer
and fireman, a soldier and two color-
ed preachers, the latter on their way
to attend the A. M. &.. conference here.
Conductor Harry Taylor was ill
charge and the tain was about an
hour late and was running at full
i'ed li heni the cattle were struck.
'l'ne blw was sufficient to turn the
'1m ail.id engine completely around.


,e -.s ...I- PA . S .**r. The Cake Walk sl French.
,,%tnitl-'n.-t i;,gs..... ..:iTl eI
x,.pn., i.lr a. Pt .-li t ..... .... .. The cake walk properly had-its origin
SI' ir I. IV1 anrg the Freurh negroes of Louisiana
C'hicl.e cii'-h 5I.a^5 Gei ea'.h -l 5ar..i niore than a century ago. Thc-re is little
l'i,-t \. n- ... 5Ti.uI li, -. ... 15a-?o doubt that it is an offshoot of some-of
A 1]'. the old French country dances. It rep-
Veiii,-,a lr II. in 'i rki> e)7u .. .. I n resents several of them in form. Prom
I, F I.H. New Orleans it spread over the entire
Fre'lh, t m outh and thence north. It was found
rullel pr d,l *.5 I'Mul,-, i" 1,1.1 .'5 .of convenience- to the plantation ne-
I .,1, a ,,II, im'.t, la..lhl. ,. pr.Ii .6groes. They were not wedded by license,
Snuunni n .' .. 'iiakur.,l ... l and it was seoldomi that the services of a
SLU. M l3Il. .preacher were called in.
Fl'aua)riim Ct.ilig. At a cake walk a man might legiti-
Lari, at ii .. -.411.uI il':.a rI, 1. .4i im, matoly show his preference for a worn-
Fii ... 12.u0 Face .. 12 rti an uud thus publicly claim her for a
.1 i a i( ,lMl Sp: '" . 1It tl wife. In effect the cake walk was not
J)rn.p -idlia,,. Cl'aLii'i.s, different from the old Scotch marriage,
Ulcart fee *l,Jn1 4.10 0 x ;ill. 'p1i. 'Iu which relquircd only public achnowledg-
Snif I""r i.u0 h"imn;sniag b1u1.t- ment from the caitractring'partios. So
Blean SlhinIl..*h, -.:,i .th, "H ii, this festival became in some sense a
.p 1.5t I;a,. lhu, ,.i-i., wooing, an acceptance or rejection and
dlreiu,1 $'2' 0 a ceremony. TLis explains its popular-
ity with the blacks outside of its beau-
.$100 Ieweard. $100. ties, wi:h the accompaniment of music,
The readers of t' hi p:,per n ll 1,.. i plras- which is coalp,:tent att all times to corn-
~ to ltarni tlhat linet mand neg;o t,.trpCrt.
l to t aai at t i Cake walkinIg has improved, as do
dreadu.d di-e-.tse ;l,.t ,_'inc,- la ,,uI- most thinqua that are coustantly practic-
alile to etine in all its stage, id that isage, du ed. Itb has lo t, sinilicunno in the
Caanr'.. .Hall's Cntarih Care is tLe -nly south. Nproes now get, married, when
positive cur' knowiin lo lin medical Ifra- they marry at all, in the white folks'
ternity. C.ntarrh Liii, .1 <.in. :itu)i,,.al fashion. It has, moreover, become a
disease, requin.s a co>n,.tituti.,nia:l treat- pantomime dance. Properly performed,
melnt. H:ili's ('alinih Cure is tilci k in- it is a beautiful one. The cake is not
teallv eti'di-et u much of a prize, though the negro has
fernally, acting, -dirctl upon the lo a sweet tooth.-New Orleans Times-
and mucous surfaces or the sstL-ni, there- DemooraL


by destr ving the founiat ino ut' th.-: dis.
ease, and giving thle p:alti i sti'tri-ngth 1)v
buil-ling up tno c'onstitulion and as..isting
nature in doing its wnrk. The proprie-
tors have so much fuil h ian itr curative
*F powers lithat thevy oltr OnI lliunirud Dol-
rns for any ca-ie that it fuliL- to cure.
Address s
F. J. CHENEY & Lo. Tolcdu, 0.
Sold by druggists.
l'rice, 75e pOL-" Ia itllt.
l;ull's Finuil, Pills ,mn thie best.


SPEECH.


-Bout -your woc. No pilt is wholy
rough;
Look for the plac-s ti u n-iroth ara
clear
A nd sid -a' k ct ih '. ro t 'i il- I '.. a-v .-
Of earh. s-. r "r' i,\- ,. -. .. .- -: r * 'T1'
Of humt.in diS .. . i r :.,I .
Talk f.ith. iih. v; o: .. r off with-
Oilt
Your u t.rr- 1 : r .' 1 r: .:.
If you ha '. '. ' i .... .. I' r
ay f r, : f r- a a. -., tf
Of sileu:e :1i t. l -" ti .. .' -, nii !0 h --hal
Ko oie will tui'i .'i. .aI -? your lips nrc.
duinlb.
Talk hp.nli h The aircary. never changing
tile
Of mortal nTal. i.. ,q Is v.rn riand ca:le.
- Yo' Ity h-.ra in,; o 1 i., a -. ] d-J, e.ise.
Sav you a nre ',..ll1 or all I \ s.ll 'th y.'u.
And God shr :1 he-.r your words and mnke
tilt LI tlrtc.
-Ellna \Vh,-el':r W'il:ox In Woman'sa Home
Companion.



Skin Diseases.
For the speedy and permran-.nt cure of
better, salt rheum and cezeuma, Chain-
berlain's Eye and Skin COintmaent is
without an equal. It relieves the itch-
ing and snmarting almost in.tarnt.y and
Its coutinned use effects n permanent
cure. It also cures itch, barbr's itich,
scald head, snre nippi's, itebintg lile?.
chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and
granulated lids.
Dr. Cady's Coni!(ion P.'-twdtr' for
htrses are th" le-pt tonic, b.)ne-d T.riHiler
sirA e ',r r- i r fir ,ri.. 0 ., - 1 z .11 ..,


i-iay fays So.
Ca,.itrt--rs .kA.'i, t jtl,irtic, the mostwon-
,erfilI n: I' *.:-,. f. P' of thie age, pleas-
uat. n'ii rcr-'-rii' it) i 1l t) e taste, act gently
'r I ,4i, ri\I Iy ,V ol kir. e- I. liver and bowels,
I It a,isiu', i.a ent-ire system, dispel colds,
eu-.. hI-a '-i. --. linl.ituil nnstipaLion
n- ,,i.-uin,-.- 1-'eiPase buYv nnd try a box
nf ... k. L'. to-day, o, ..'I .'ou LLus. Boldand
guaranLeed to ...r,. by all druggists.
A SuMa lent Diet.
A quart of milk, three-quarters of a
pound of moderar.-ly fat tbeef-sirloin,
for instance-anif tve ounces of wheat
flour, all ccutar : |i rmut rhlj, ,' amount
of nutritive ma:-. lut, w pay very
dit',rE-n.ut rir-s f..r t0 0 '- "'L t 1 C'" I A" I
aiii..t it valu i s.t. l.,r 1it.-1.. a t t. TIho
milk ci,,mejs ueartrt to L ing o. perfect
food. It contains all of the cliit-rcut
kinds of nutritiv.e mat(-ir:Ils that the
body uneds. iBread made from the
wheat flour will support life. It con-
taius 'll the necessary iugr.di-'ents for
nouriaLmnt, Libut not in the proportions
best adapted for ordinary use. A man
might live on beef alone, but it would
be a very one sided and imperfect diet,
but meat and bread together make the
essentials of a healthy diet. Such are
the results of experience, and the ad-
vancing science of later years explains
them. This explanation takes into ac-
count not simply quantities of meat
and bread and milk another materials
which we eat, but also the nutritive in-
gredients or "nutrients" which they
contain.-New York Ledger.


ACTIVE SOLICITORS WANTED E\-
EItYWHERE for "The Story of the
Pliliplaines" liy Murat Halsteadi com-
iiiihi,,ned by iho Government as Official
H;tlnrian to the War Dpcertment. The
book was 'itiIic ii army camps at San
FPr.u-:ris41c, on the Pacific with General
.Merrill. in the hospitals it Honolulu,
in Hong Knug. in the AmielciLii trenches
at lManul-t, in the insnrgent camps with
Agauniaido, on the dock of the Olympia
with Dewey, aind in the roar or battle at
the fall of Maiila. Bonanza for agents.
Brimtul of original pictures taken by
i y .riiinneint iphut'ograpthers on the spot.
Ltru'-e book. Lo, piice?. Big profits.
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Address, T. Barler, Aec'y.. Star In-


Parsnip Complexion,
"It does not require an expert to detect
the ii-cir-r from kidney trouble. The
hollow checks,. the sunken eyes, the
da,.k, pulfy circles undur the eyes, the
sallow, p1).klrnii)-colored complexion in-
dicates it.
A physician would ask if you had
rheumatism, a dull pain or ache in the
back or over the hips, stomach trouble,
desire to urinate often, or a burning or,'
scalding in pjasiig it; if after I'aasinz
th4re is an unsatisfied feeling as if it
must be at once repeated, or if the urine
has a brick dust deposit or strong odor.
Whon these symptoms are pi-iL-,'nt. no
time should be lost in reiiuaing" the
cau e.
Delay may lead to the gravel, catarrh
of the bladder," i inflammation, causing
stoppage, and sometimes r,*<.'iriu,_-n,
jt'awng of the urine with in-trunmirjt ,
or may run into Bright's Di:,ai-e, tlip-
most dangerous stage of kidney tr ul'l:-.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great
di-eIv'.'.r-y of' th.- eminent kidney and
blaldd'r fpeeiali-t, is a positive remedy
for such disieas'-e. Its reiputation is
i'rlid-w ida a-and it im. so ea .y to get it any
"Jn" store that 0o oake n.,eid .ulf ir anyL1
Il'-i th of tim,- for want. af it.
fli, iwv, r, ift" you pl r. i.'i'.l i'.,t to test it-
woin. 'fuLil Iu.v its, m, ntiinn tli' St. .\n-
.Ir.:-' Buoy anid write to.) IDr. Kilm,:r ,'
C'o, Y. [~n] m ti>rnut-i. N. Y., for a S.apln.
b.th ;iL nlI b tj ] t.t linz all abl,,na t it, l,,th
",'11 ;ib,.-.,Ai.it,..l.-Iy f'cy hy iiail.


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Danger otPony l[.!,>.*' ni
In The Century their. i( s in :1i
"The Pony :.'.r.:?s," 1-t ve-A
seph, Mo., and San Fr.', ...- ,
by W. F. Bailey. T;h anitr
Considering the ,l.';:,.-i .
the percentage of ;'..iti-.t \.'
dinarily small. Fur t'-ire st:.r
ploye~s than ride: were kill
Indians, and even of the latti
were killed off duty than on. '
be explained by the fact that thl
furni.-hed the rid,.ars, selected
were for speed and nndlurance, '
superior to the months (.f the: It
There is only one case oA
where a rider was c:.r.'ht, and ti


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; ,. ,i [

1i. rittu

:. traor-

by the
r more
)is canu
| horse .
s they
Ere far
3iaus.
record
i.t wai


owing to his having L.e-n surt iind-d..
This occurred in Nl:zanl:a, a1 g thl-
Platte river. He was shot, au, sov,.-':rl
days later his body wan: i;~".l. His
pony, still 1rialledl and sadillnd, ,'as arso
found with the mna,il izatact. ,It was
transferred to another lirae rofd son
forwvar.. 1 to its ; -i u.ti.u. Ilayil.g
out the route thr,..u-.h the lIn.i coit
try ptiu s V 'in t:-:.aii to v,.i.l :;i thing
that would aiToid e-'.'exr for L .u iLush-
ed foe. -,
One of the greatest dant,:.rs nc':oun-
tered by the pony (xpr, ss rilrs was
from inmuigrauts .And oLars '' D.s-
took thinm for Indian. Inu tiios ,A.alys it
was -houyt first and iuve'ti. i alt'r-
ward, pruvid:d the shorjttr .-.uri. red to
make- a i inve-tigatiun. A unlncf trL.-
riders m,-.t thuir d,.at:i in this b.L
in',g UiiSt:iken for ludians, h,..r~ c'g;
cr r.ad ai uits. It. is a stran.w- l.- ta-
blcf iact t hat the Indianl ,.,fteu d
saw the drirng ridc:rs fly p-lt-. t
offering to mulicst them. Th
,- f p 1


mndiciue" to intiert: re wiluf .' L
pelsttiious na thu-y v e, :( y.rldi,,
bothei,-d with aLiythiL thaith could
not underFtaud. ..
A Sjriluna/ Case. I
The Indian may hr numopbistki.atld by
the side of thu whit.- irai, ta Ei.shop
Whipplo, wri:iu.g in The '_T.mp L .iayva-
zine, iiows tLat he has a dry se.~e of
humor.
HiNs Indian fock ~*: vi.itdl by a
specalativo Y.ub;.o wlho huingtii'. after
their good landi. e..d *ri,. to T.-ft-ri i.l.u
tbhm to eschanti',. the'. r r:..~rv.,rit for a
worthless tr:,ct. f c: untlry .v .-e.whie.
A coni:Iic of thL tribe1- wa-. e:ll-i t.g-th-
er, and the Yankee addreEs4.lt,.,o a.,sjn-
bly.
"M y frienil., 1 1 .'. li-vt.,1 ," y,-.rs in
this wntid, l1.' said, "and t'., in~1s -.f
55 winters have blo:w i ovir i..y l :,:
and .ilvorrd it over with gray. As a
true man I advise you to akt pt this
new treaty at once."
He sat down, and at the i amne mo-
ment an old chief sprang to hi.: toot. '
"Look at me!" he -aid. "The wins
of 55 winters have bl-owu over :y Lhe.d
and silvered it gray, but thuy have notu
blown away my brains."
"That conference was euded," said
the bishop laconically.
Weeds ats ooI.
What is even reg'irded as a vile wer-d
can, with a little stretch of iminiua-
tion, be turned into an oxuamental plant
or delicious vegetable. This is especial-
ly the case with the common burdock,
Lappa major. Schoolboys M11 kunv it
from gi'tl'ering the bnrs an co:npr.,;-i-
ing them tog,-tbr by the 'u *v._.d point
of the floral inv,,luce. Tliisi nill they
know about it. It is di''i'ult t.o 5:- any-
thing more to be d, i-- no btir--
dock leaf than in th I.,f ',, the rhu-
barb. It appears thit it is lirgtylv usd
in China for food, bur. it i, st& rd that
if the stalL-s be cut down.'btfore the,
flowers expand ndad th,-.u lt.boiled the
taste isreli. hed equally v ith asparagus.
The l,-avcs -when young nare -.ti-ed and
etatin as we eat spinarhl. Ea Japt.u it
is in universal use, Tr,.iusp.,nds of acrea
are devoted to its culture, but in this
case the root is the tr.'ct. I qt rcqutres
deep soil t.-i ct lit o r,,.its to tlie best ad.
vantage.-Mi,.chn'A .iouthly,

WUhich End?
Irascible Lieutenant ('-iwt engine
room tube)-Is there a blithering idiot
at the en 1 or this tube? y
Voice From the Engine Ropm-Not
at this end, sir.-Punoh.

\VANT'Il.)--sEVE[tAL *IRntvs' 'llThr
.e'r ons in this . hness iini th ir i,\n ani d nuiarlv counties. It
is mainly otfi.:-e ou-rk conductudl at huIn-.
S lary itraightl $9 n -yeuir and c- p'.-n
dctinite. honatidi no i mar', node.- al-
ary. Monthly $75. RT'erences lEncl..-
-e l'-a't.ld r.s.cd st imp-d envi'lor.re.fHerhberr
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Divorce Notice.
First Judicial circuit of Florida-
Court of Washington County '.
James E.Taylor complainiiit, v'.
V Ta3lor dUfundiialt- Hill lfr I
It is ordered that the difel'idanti
lia V. Taylor, appear. pleadl, an ;a
mur to the lill filed in this cis.:i
14th day of January, A. D., 14'0.
This or.er to be pinllii.-bed f,., a
of five c iiis,.-cuti\'e week.- in th.-
drews Buoy-
Done and ordered this ih,-. tI1i
December, l .. 1. n il, l tl i uiiJ
non, \Watlhinigton Co., Fla.
NN B. I..--I
Clerk of the Circuit C.,
W. 0. BUTLE: Waehil.ztoin Co. -


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It tho e isc':
Then probably the kidneys. .
fn the CIOest?
Then pr-.' ,ily the'lungs.
ia **Ao Joi'ne?
TiLhmn 1,rui.,abl" rhe.'n-i'ul -
No matter whe-re it is. nor what
Iind]; ynu rneid have it n longer.
It ma y I.-U a:I boe' r, a day, or a
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B1 odicinori, Fancy Tlet Articles


I Handle no Quack Nostrums.

PRESCR.PTiGNS CAREFULLY GCMPOUKDED !
DR, J, J3 K ESTER, M. D, Drugr'ist.


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Fire nnd V.ater.
Water will extinguis-h a fire because
the water f'orams a (V'atiugg over the fuf.l,
Nshich keeps it from the air, and the
couvfrsr.j of water into stuam diaws
off thu hlat frumr the burning fuel. A
little v.-atcr manks a fire fiercer, while
a laart (..unutity of watir puts it out.
The eXlAp.mnatiou is that water is com-
pos(cl uf oxygen and hydrogen. When
ther-.fi.,:e tLe fire can decompose the
water into its simple lemunts, it serves
as fuel to the flame.
A Untique Sign.
A sign which was productive of much
discussion was read by the patrons of a
small laundry establishment in a Mas-
sachusetts town, .
It was printed in large letters on a
piece of brown paper and pinned to the
door of the shop. It ran thus:
"Closed on account of sickness till
next Monday, or possibly Wednesday. I
am not expected to live. Shall be un.-
able to deliver goods for at least a
week in any case."
Robbed the Grave.
A startling incident, or which Mr
John Oliver of Philadilphia. wia. the
subject, is narrated Iv him a.s, follows:
"I was in a ni'-.t driQfnil fcond itiin. My
skin was almost yellow, eyes snnnkin,
ton,,uie ouated. pain continually in back
and sides, no apietit.-raduliy p i,-
ing weaker day by day. rlThrel phyis-
clans had given me up. Fortunately a
friend advised trying Electric Bitters
and to my great joy and .iurpl'isr,. the
first bottle made a decided improve-
ment. I continued their use for three
weeks and am now a well man. I know
Ihey saved my life and robbed tho'
,.v.v,> of another vi,'til." ,No one
should fail to try them. Only .53 ots
per bottle, at any drug store.


rA r.:-.v co.mbinticn of ne'".
rern ..i .. I 2.I a!'r n.. A
jtet,,.',i-. Entire; ,, unl:!:e any
t1^ othr phI.ter.
The T'riu:;.h oft I.-:rn Medlicali
i, 'I hte Perfected Produ.l t of years of
Pk tint Tail.
f!..:J va er th.e chi'-t It i. a
,p-werf'l1 aid to A:.er'.; ti hrry [Ec-
t rai in tlie tra-,itn ~ L 0of all tL-uat
and ,CE affectim .1.
r aL,- o; .1 r th, sto.ra,:h,it ctops
nail,-. a n.]d \ r. J:in ; tov,.r tlh.
!; b0.m', l,. it c 'ntr,.!si'craL ps and c-oIc.
t[ .1j" Pla, i : tovvr 1,--1mrnail I.f tf-ie baL k,
it r m..' :- all .. -.--ng i.-n f .inm the
kin.-,, and gr:atl',' :'-L-em-n thcn
F.'r !,- ., n!l P ,g-r.i:t .
J. C. A.ver C .. L. -. l, ,,1 3.s


Einglish Chldiren and Neigroes.
The negro is not so well known as
one night esp- ct, con:,iderinrg that geog-
raphy is widely and often excellently
tnn.i.glt in our primary schools. The
ideas most frequently expressed con-
cerning him are that he is black and a
foreigner.
Here are some of the definitions: "A
black man who liv.s in India." "A
dark man who comes from America."
"A negro is a slave we read of them in
'Uncle T'u'-u's Cauiinu.' "A geutleman
who lives in a foreign country."
The country chii1l, -u are even more
lively in their d,-rrciptions than the
town children: "A ncro is a foreign
man with black skin all over him with
thick lips and curly black hair he goes

"A negro is a man and thcy live tn:a
very hot country and they have little
hut.- to live inl" )L'A egro is a black
man who acts in a circus."
"A nue,.ro is a man whose skin is al-
ways Ila.li,, they are strioing and they
live in huts, and do not wear clothes
a'jd they shoot with a bow." "A.negro
is a na n w:l.t eMts miiioiunarys." The
ot:;njay school xniis-iouiry stories and
the traveling circus color tho village
cLii i.:n's ideas on negioe..-National
Remh ic'v.
xr'fo, SpSrn; il Hair.
When l:r.q. Norton 'vas in the heyday,
of her loveliness, a very beautiful Ital-
ian woman came to London, bringing
lfctt-er of introdiri on. Mrs. Norton
asked a small party of f:-.lii:onable peo-
ple to meet her at dinner, +annu-ng whom
iras L.,d .i N.:u:.i:!y, a ;z.-fat admirer
of I rety wr,-'a ..1 the men wore en-
cl.i with the : .., .-.nirc .;rugur and
all t-i;A women rather j.:rl(,is. One of
her great i.suzt!' ,. \I:. a profusion of
spi tu.id har, d: -. I in ilnnumerable
plait?. The F'.a:cnu ,c.id.:Ad they were
ln-'t all her own. Ef, the evening
was over Lord N.rLurlnby exprea-red his
admira.ti;ca of th v.'woi:lerful hair and
initmat-l1 h',w muiach he should like to
see it let duo\n.
"Sin'_e yun wish it, my lo-rd," said
the wereua, and shek rc; ilh'with iuplaited
one massie c..ii aftir ai,ranotr. while
the other womu In .kd n.o, i deioured
with envy. "I ian .u ..; tf.r y-:.u, my
loi'., wha,.t I do li :t, i t P-.r ..rybod'ly,
said the l.:-,:ri, i:;sti :' rup b:-r fine eyes
at tho enraiturerdl L, 1 Ncrmauaby
from under h.r nrautl,_i.ilrt liwuing locks.
"It is thbre r v,.-cks ui',. .iiu.H I last un-
did myI hnir."
'\Vl.h anuiiinuia mIe;t iu :e degree
ccusltd ;L.- LA,_-;.L- dl~,;I-.. fur their

Ingcua.ny in t'o t'. h on,
Dunr1 .e ,f-i .l ; .i.:' 7- a famous
'tr, _. r ,.:i.- to la ..lv 'ul. in and
f-c..l It.'. i.,. r i int c. uI the cen-
t r ,,, (fl, r- -" i: iL: t-.u d I fi-.n ,l a
Crr:'.l., ni ,;..-'i! .i'J i'i ; i: ','ai reclining
fat.. a-.l 1p 1h,-, ,.rJ .iA *.,.as rocking
with i:ul r hing r.-.~ial rit--, Il,-.t un sign
of v, Lat pr,-I; 11-d it c. be s.-:n.
The traveler's (nri.sia-' was aroused.
Hwi.ut t,: t,; cr:.l!.: and f.a,.;I a stout
evid attinrclid to a n:il du:'i,-:n in the
side of it. The card,. he fuld, pa.sal.
thri.,noh an auger hole in the side of
the house.
I{o took up the trail, which soon led
him into a ravine-, v.-loere a doukhey was
standing an:d swit, hiig hinltail The
mystery was eylplaned. The other end
of the cord was attachird t,' the a.-s' tail,
and tho constanirit swnr-ii ng cf its caudal
apjpoudnge fr rnir.-,lld a'.,ti ve pI' -'er
eutfieieut to r.. thbo cradle.-London


Hezekilah Butterworth, eer
literateur.the world famed rhtb-r ot
NtZZaQiouriaeysanrnd for .4 3ea,saui
edtor of Youths Coipaloi.
Bishop Hale Leighton.
Ralph Broughton, M. D. --
Bishop McGregor (Scotland)
The Duchess D'Arno.
M. Gonchon, (France)
Capt. Henry A. MoVicker.
Bdw. Burn Seaton, D. D., LL. D.
Sylvester aortun Lardl. i
M. Perre Challot, ('ranca)


Mmne. Francis Higgins-Gteuuu.,
"'Tle Female Dante,"oailled by Euro'
ythe greatest IWAIII
Langdon Fer-ris, Jr.
Prof. T. A-. Harbexon-(Germ~tff
Theodore Majisfield, B.A.-
Bumiald B. &McLeod.
"iOllvm Optic," William T. AdAmiw
aNrilvi-rwiflv rerogniztlacu hiie iteateeI
atnthnnr (if haooks for boys the WOY i
liii, Pver kinwnp, was also a valued
coutributo:r witinUL tiledeathb recently.


The Columhbian h im nor., a Clr-rllilctn or over o.oeo copies per mouth.
whieli shoA q I hat ,It .,..4.. a lara'. ,-waa aof...aaLa.a. I favor. TI... ,o.,la-.a.,i-aubsertD


remarkable ilescue. i tion pnriceIsa i$I Oa yeaur.
M-. M,,':.i inin.. P, infn-i REMEMBER f""yo"ff-'" nyers bs"to"
-, rnnltr in dn rt.| lii,. hlt 0n nlt 1 ii o S u irv.4.poo n 3
ll., Ihtk'ta t- h cit'l ,_at. L th -, `he R M EM BER i .l ikahnin n2.,O, a-ialirely f ie ailtspectalln m
i ..S'- L.Utiutat t ta ,,i ,., IL Iu (r0treat !4 ffer prlnated beew:
.I .. t ll. v h settled n r t.g : We maketl liberal Ir ioq n.ii .--i nnly i .c.is w, l it-v0 been ahle to seeure ftom
-hn ,..< treiata.d for a rinah byh her themnractncrers ofltle s ;, i.td thu pub iuterssro The Columblanwspl
"01 N16"ain b t1n al f ot.,n teni fur thasu r ,,C Miarton offer.
in Iy- -,ian. but re,- ...,wore. -e -rit, .r. ti,'o:l nrn1 Ct 'folUiNbantb; aPmrtof the eampatign wtile
t,'.il li .Ih \v:- a lhl-i. .-. victim of thateXI.-cCnr It ,n atY.irul- i1a n i.r,'i ail tiQnr, erujole its crculation before llt
cnOiI. i|.lal inll riand lth ,t no meliIiie aU.lau ntsecuirt.i i- nt.,tubair.,'ie a iinth'. countr'-
it u'a Hi ele" ..N.-a i Cul-t OU tA OFiFEnu oN%, ,,,,
.r. a. '" 'i.,i -.- f (.'n- U P l i I' l- xt f w ...ks a lar;tec. r i,nrl r ,f
-., ,,: .cH 1 ,i,,t a 1l,,uitlue auJ to new cash subscribers and also to claarl up :-- :',s.y ,'' iur'.',,i ,,s0 a!s ip's-si1.Me'. Rift
a.' ."t .,:..i ri..,It h:.-n f.'tit *,1 therefore makes this offer: VW e will m le ', r. |', -..i i tla i n Ap..antisui.ea ji
.',.', m .. T] d..... s. he ,a',*li ., I. its Souvenir Spoon, as described above, and a SaF'scriri a to the 0'. JTE.AN tol0OO.
,:. 1 after ta, n_ -ix .aitlh ,mund to every person paving us $1,00 nm tie -b.iiihri,, n ac' ir.nlt I f tle 'IUO! Y i.rd
i~ie .-if t.'ihi l i!til \eel]: n.nyv do,.-. her 2OCet. to cover cost of mailin- adi pa',d l- I: ,d. \, -1 i o ,., l, ii ,' u ni., or :a
o, J t ,,:, ,,k. aJi i. as '-ell as she year's suhseirition in advorive. or a part of ,d I, a :.1 p.r- ii,'- I ill. L'v. r
t-.:,, ..t. F,.: t-:u t,, "': of this paym ent otf 1.-20 sncr uru th. wv, i r.-.i.-nt- witliouit .tin ,.,.. : i. I',I- < i lrinv
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PIONEEF oRUG STORE.


East ,Bay Cash Store,

P A t K E R, F LAC

Our Stock is Complete, Our Prices the Lowest
OTTIR' G-OODS A4E 2E TE 2EST!
j ""Thle Tr li .g Piili.i is assIrl that .,' will iii oilrWrROld..
The Highest IMiarket Price Paid for Country Produce I





Dchells Drul Storfe,

COMMERCE ST. EAST OF WARE&CJO'S STORE,




frsi and of Guarateed Purity.

.DR. W. G. MITCHELL, PROPRIETOR,
Offers His Professional Services to the Citizens of St, Andrews ad"
Surrounding Country.
iiay be oilAd at his resiolencee oin iue ri t Vi-ta av\'pe e lat night.
lj


The clu III


is an elegant and Pr.trintlc SttIvenir of the wrecked Battle.
NAII l, ain le. r i,-,,-il 1, t i) n-eu a.-Id ita the iast few
wTk "'ts. I t!it:u-trIitn.- i i'venai ut a faint idea of ther"a
be1,iitty uf ,ln? "Fi. -.ijii v I f li Li I orT el!gp iitly eugraved-, tn
emh.ioser.l9 1ar]liea ly siver-ptaIIl(ed, ict sizoi ifi. ,Itt It Ismanuactured
by th. largeiat ou ltPiair -p.'oal, I .i ,i ,i ti ,(no-l1try ii'L leI'gitaI everybody who
se-ure iri. It Il-ia reniil valuti ofi ftouLe; cuts t, 6ucnts, andwill ornameal
any table or eouecti._.n.
a.r y Abeor c .m h ich we s rn-l yoo t.i 1POO free, Inadditiontothe
SIli IfiUI~lN Sp~oo,,, a, itr-ge. eiic:.. THE COL U MBIAN 1:-',, .l Wasitr led, ptrioil, f.mly and fltloi .
Monthly"tI i, .y s 114g'.in..phl.]ilhed at Buaston., MaS.
It gives you a generous supply of lit-rP ti:iaiiidtiiistrilve read anng
viIl bea welcome visitor to your honir-ivary munth. The Colp tbian Is etit4
by MM. I'aANC I HnoolNS-Ui.Er.nre ", the m..lt famona tot male poets aM
authors, and bhas a long
List of Con fributors
Of National Fame and ]Reputation, Including Such Names ail


ins, ANIL


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MOBILE BUSINESS DIRECTORY.

S. RICHARD, E. E. RICHARD. R. G. RICHARD.

8. RICHARD & SONS

WHOLESALE GROCERS

And Dealers in
Northern and Western Produce, Liquors, Cigars,
ETC., ETC.
Sole Agents for the Wm. J. Lemp Brewing Co. and Dupont's Gunpowder
15-17 Commerce St., and 14-16 Front St., MOBILE, ALA.
* U__ i _


J. LYONS, Pres,t.


J. F. DRAGO, M'r.


ALABAMA CORN MILLS.r



dulr andl grainDea ,
154 to 164 N. Commerce St., MOBILE. Ala.




NORTH BAY LUMBER COMPANY

BAY HEAD, FLA.


A Pair ot "Pants."
Conneaut News.
A half-starved ragged knight of
the road strolled down one of Con-
neaut's principal streets a few mii n-
ings ago. Every now and then he
would knock at some back door in
quest of a crust of bread. He met
with receptions more or less tender
according as he struck the home of
big-i..arled citizen o1 miserly hanIg-
er-on of the town. Finally he came
to a residence from which a physi-
cian's sign was croaking out soul-
thin killing music as tha sweeping No-
vember wind swung it to and fro.
The noise attracted the tramp, and
lie th ought to himself that doctors
are always :i,,i4heai'ted lellows. So
hlie walked 1 the kitchen door andi
rapped. A domestic flung op.-n wide 6
the portal andl greeedl him with a
.nil. Mr. 'Trimp tjld hnis piteous
story of lihuger and wretchedness, j
at,,l his tenL's i'met a warin response
in the eyes ol' the kind laily andl a
g,,oi Lireakfast was set out for the
twaiileer. He Ipartook of the meal
in silence, but Wvs e ideutly deeply
thinking. Here was mrre kinide.~s
tlian lie had encountered before for
weeks. He thought of his rags.
Du':t.rs always ditoss well, lie
fasoned, ai t., nee2f april ii


...-. er o t c thing before it i!:


ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH I
Rough and Dressed Lumbar of All Grades.


THE PATRONAGE OF THE PUBLIC SOLICITED
:.. L *Terms cash or endorsed notes.


THE PEOPLE'S STORE!

PIl'TSBURG, ON EAST BAY.




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
Examine his stock and GET PRICES.

Pays the Highest Price for Green Salted ALIGATOS HIDES.



THE TANDREWS



Horticulturai l a t il ralproeet


C o xxip an y.


INCORPORATED OCT. 13, 1897.

FLie purlmpse of this Company is to Improve the Country adjacent toS t.
Andrews Bay and to
Develop its Resources as a Fruit-Growing Country.
'la accotlmplish this the Conlpany proposes to Sell Lands in tractoof Two-
and-a-half and Five.Acres to such parties only as will improve them by the
Erection of Hloutes. Fences aud such PermaneDt Improvements as will enhance the
val'ie of eavi tr i't so dlispoosed of, and patlicu!'.rly to
Plant them out in Trees, Plants and Vines.


ro Urte and that in the shortest practicable time every su.'h tract shall he a
Source of Revenue to its Owner.

Ab TO RELIABILITY OF THE COMPANY
The first quest ion which will naturally be asked will be: "Is this Com-
pany reliahle"? And the answer to it is: Any person employing the Company
to make improvements may deposit ai approximate payment of the estimated cost of
the same with any responsible business man or firm doing business on the Bay or in
Bank at their ownhonme to be paid over only when the Company shall satisfacto-
rily show t.htt the improvements have been nmade according to agreement.
'rhe Company will not only improve and plant, but watch and care for
all property entrusted to its keeping.gnarding against forest fires, dishonest pilferers
for damages from any cause possible to blie prevented.
From a careful estimate of tile probable expense and income of a fruit
y1_-'ft n in the St..Andrews Bay country a few figures are give,:
I- r Price of;ano per acrp,'asay $25 to $5flAcost of "e-0s.-.%.y f0' *osoflst
year, say $30; cost ol'cultivation each year th.roafter,$2-2.
It is not extravagant to estimate that a I-ac're vineyard will on the third
year, if properly cultivated, yield $1i00 worth of fruit and of peaches nearly or quite
the same, while figs should do even better than that. Then, thongh perhaps a little
longer, some of them, in coming into profitable Iearing may b)e named pears. apricots,
nectarines, ,lums4, prunes, mullierries. olives, Japan persimtmons almonds. English
walnuts, Japat. chestnuts, pecans, and ,.any other varieties of fruits and nuts. which
are almost certain to flourish here: while oranges and citrus fruits, though not con-
lidered certain yield large returns oftener than they miss
The Secretary of the company y will give particular attention to an-
swering letters of inquiry, and the Buoy will in its answers to correspondents an-
swer all questions asked it.
T I*E M E M B E R the Company Lands will be sold on Easy
Terma of Payment; but improvements must be paid for as satisfactory proof is given
that the work has hen performed. 0ORRESPONDENCE' SOLICITED.
Address R. E. HOWARD, Sec. W. A. EMMONS, President.
St. Andrews Bay, Fla.



Syou RNITURE.URE of any
1If you need FURNITrURE of any kind, callon


MARSTON


FINCH


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


LARGEST STOCK,
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spoken
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i,,tellil
insg a

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judgineL
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jes' as well set down.


side'.' gmpnt for dependent.

77 o FiA.h Breathe.
Pearsot,'l Weekly.,
Fish di r.oLt eathe'air, but the
life-supl]r'rig conslitiueit of air-
oxygen l as--whichi is soltble in wa-
ter to tlhe extent of 3 voltiures in 100
at ordini ry temperatures and 4 in 100
at freezi g point.
The water containing the di.sl,,ved
oxygen i hade tn pass .over i te gills
where it s alparatel fronm thlie blood
only by- a vety thin nmitinbiane..
through !which the gas is able to
pass. i
Fish iin ice-bound rivers have to
depend outirely upon this store of
oxygen for their respiration;, and if it
becomes exhausted they are suffo-
cated, just as we should be if depi ivel,
of oxygen.
It rarely happens, however, that
any considerable aiea of water is en-
tirely coveeil with ice, especially in
the case of riveis. Holes and cracks
are almost sure to occur here and
there, by which the oxygen of the
air canl reach the water atd becmeti
iliwnlved bi it. During a long irost
fish may alaay, be found ei, gregated
beneath air holes in largo n uitbers.
Tfhly are there to breathe.

Southerfi Women Just Alter
lthe Civil War.
W"\\'oiLi in the Souithil.inil I have
knowi," writes J;a ie Laying in the
"Nation;ni M1aga:zine" for D.cember,
"'whoii i:tl never dine a stroke of
work, L-tiit wl.o had been sacen-tommod
to have pmerlthing done for themni
were brought f ce to face after (lie
war aitli a siliati.,;i that nlemnainledI
of them t.te greatest possible nacri-
lices. Smitnim of these women rei i'l
to Inxiiiy took in washing for a iv%-
ing al'te'r lthe war. Oh, the soiitlieru
woncen cian be brave when they need
to be! Oine imperious beauty, in
orde to.- ae from starvation her
little ii cces andl leplel-ws, left or{l han-
ni a riLtienpil pl anralion, sold vege-
iil.i.. a ,id berries in the streets of a
c.hiller city, where a short timne
JPre\nI,, y si.e limt1 eigned as a belle.
'Tlie ily inl which nueh women,
IearieId Lo ease and indolence, set
about lo right their affairs, after
their cBuse' and their dear ones were
lost in n1e late war, is one (if the re-
marka e titan ifestatiujns of wimunen's
adapli ility to c'reimstainceo. Nor
has it leei it liout its effect upon the
present lie./


I


Much worn. If he c,,nl,! only get
some of t'ie doctor's old clothes to
placee his rags lie would be happy.
When the breakfast was fintislhed he
heaped thanCks that came from a true
heart upon the fair lady, and then
tierved himself up to say: "Please,
lady, can't you give me a pair of the
doctor's old pants to replace my
rags?" The servant girl drolpjped
her head and blushed as she answered
freely: "I would, but a lady doctor
lives here." The tramp departed
without anotli-r word.

Might be Easier.
Chicago Post.
"You will have to be very careful
for a long time," said the doctor.
"I suppose so," replied the pa-
tient.
"If you expect to entirely recover
from this you must obey my instruc-
tions implicitly.
"Then I shall have to ask nomu to
make them very explicit."
The doctor bowed gravely and that
far-away look came into his eyes
that denotes in a doctor an occasion
of great moment, when his vast
learning is to be brought to bear oni
a. serious 'problem.
"You inusn't smoke," he said.
"Great mackerel," cried the pa-
tient.
"You musn't drink."
"Whet 1"
"You musn't overexert yoitr.-elf at
;ny kind of work or exercise."
"Not so bad."'
"You musu't be out in'the e;en-
ing."
"Now, look here, doc!"
"You niusnt eat rich food."
"1 won't."
"You musn't have any excite-
mient."
"All right."
"No poker or-"
"Oh, doe, go easy."
"*Yov usot-"
"Say, doc!" inte'tnupted the pa-
tient.
"Well?"
"Aren't young making unnecessary
work for yourself?"
"HITow do you mean?"
"Wouldn't it be easier for yon to
specify what I can do?"
However, this isn't the only physi-
cian who has seemed to begin at the
wrong end.

Not Exactly a ,*Greente."
lHarper's Round able.
-^ J .~R $ (fPuf ,Seattle
is.one of the best-known umexnber.sof
the bar of the state of WaVshington,
and he admits this tale of a joke onl
himself:
B. F. Dennison, of Olympia, the
state and territorial capital, the old-
est member of the bar in that city,
was once arguing a case before Judge
*Groene when the latter was on th<
United States bench. In the cours<
of his remarks Mr.-Dennison had noc
casion to refer to a certain set of re
ports of one of the Philadelphir
courts, nC!r very old and not oftet
quoted. Judge Greene listened (un
like same other judges), and aftei
awhile said:
"Mr. Dennison, I notice in the reo
ports which you quote you prononnct
tine name ot the reporters thrughL il
had a final i-e to it, What is youi
authority for that pronunciation, Mri. r
DOninisoiL?"
"Thio spel!iun, your honor-B-r-o
w-n-e., Browie."'
"Well, Mr. Dennison, my name liao
a final e to it; yon woulA not call m(
Greenie,' wvoild yon?"


Irkeley I ixi:shwoniaun knew of
e motive, stys ithe Satn 'Fran-
ews Letter. Suave and jig-
)r. T'lomtas Add Ion,. manager
General Electric TelephoLne
y is lialiitually polite anni at-
especially to the opposite sex.
crossing the bay on his wav
Berkeley home at his unnal
Ine afternoon a fortnight ago,
lie noticed beside hin an old
laden with baskets and pack-
SShe tried to carry them all
aneously, but it was a vain ef-
iid as the boat reached the
Doctor Addlison came to her

t me carry tm1e of these traps
," he sain,, kindly.
lie elilely dame, such atten-
'ouild be inspired by but one
, a, tilo look she turned on
as one ot appreciation as well
ituide.
o t know what office yon are
Sfor, sir," ite said. "But
; a T i,,.a u l t h ea int


Tim IT ibnte of A anl i ir'iii klitli
it L:ifavettc" is an interesting aniticle
ItI tlhe N.t.niiia' g ZIie f.ir D) D evi -
lbJ ., ,l.nC' I ilInIg tL I ,' -iori.in ,l' tolf '
In,.vr~lem ,njit thlai ha.m lei. lt lIel i 1n lu ls
leiin.= r'e,- ,1 int all ,irts. of the Unit-
., Statem, t,, builal in iountL ent to,
Lafayette which is to be unveiled at
Paris on July 4. 1900. It It an ar-
ticle that interests every contributor,
showing a lv.:-igin submitted for the
proposed .- n iiwi-nmDt.

The Laziest People on Earth.
%*e laziest and dirtiest; people in the
world have recently been discovered in
the Caucasus. They live in an inaccess-
ible mountain range between the Black
sea and the Casplan sea, and as they
were 2,500 years ago so they are today.
Seen from without, there is a certain
picturesqueness about a Svanctian vil-
lage, although it merely consists of
miserable stone hovels without any at-
tempt at form or adornment. Within
the houses are inconceivably filthy.
They are tilled with rags, vermin and
dirt of every description. They possess
no fireplace or chimney. All the cook-
ing, in fact, is done over a hole scooped
out in the muiddlo ot the floor. In these
houses en ad women andand children
are huddled tL;ethb.r. During the long
winter Louths they are shut in for
days at a time, the cattle often sharing
their quarters. Every aperture has to
bd closed (i account of the cold. This
long imprisonnient is perhaps the cause
of tho d;-gradi:nti'nr of Iie people. Horri-
ble di i~-es rcsalt from it, which are
aggravatl.J by fu abniormtal consump-
tion of at rack, the. Lirong distilled drink
of the Asihtics. Besides this, it is an
invamtable. rule to make four days a
week h,..lidays, with saints' clays as ex-
tras. induce they have adcipted the holi-
days of every other country with which
they have been in contact, it is not sur-
prisiug tha the tuin find little time for
wuli .lai itung, bee culture and cattle
breeding ear the only industries of these
people, while throughout their territory
there is not a single manufactured arti-
ale.-New York Ledser.

A (r'IVr')all.I'ITO-I.S WANTED EV-
A FI.!; \VIav E r., -",I,.. P lhili,,r.' -" r .1 r i, t H ] l~-,, .1., c ten-

H i ,, i.,,, I _, tile V..-r Il-,.'i iir' ,it. 'llhe
,jwol< .1 ria ..m in :irn-,' i..; It S.1n
F ,i , ti, l '. i :,li.. i l, ,;,-* .r
M ,nilnt. i n ,l I r, .- ni I n, ,Inl,
ill H lii K oII'',. ii l ... A n ri,. iI t' n .- i,! :
;in M ,iln i. lh ,. i, nn t .\ )-|r '.n iin
i.i i i. l iidi,, o n l ].Lk .n I -lit j-ii in ia
with D -.6n I i r l i, I rh ron.tr "It ,Iiltl at
ih ll oifl M Al ill. I oi,.,I ..i ,.'r ,, 1.01..
tr['m tl nim l ,-,1' o, ri,,ir l j 2i"|1'"'4nk I l, y
gi.o urnment i,1 ] tl.,( r;i[pliers on lite sp it.
L-r'ge lorkic. Io>n pri,'-. -. 1 ig pritfilt.
Frei-ht p tili. D(.',:iir iiv, m1. Dr.,p ill
utr.ihv u,;1,:t Cile ln o a. "Oulift free
Ailrt .- F ']. a inrlI.r, '-ec''.. St;ir IIIn-
soal.n jmcO ln. Ciin-'a" -.


s ~TRADE MARKS
DESIGNS
Anyone sending a sketrb and desrlpttoa ,mn
quickly asertafl our opinion free wetiher an
tinent orn Is probably patentable. Communica-
tlon, strictly elontdetniLal. Handbook on Patents
sent free. Oldest agency for securing patent.
Patents taken mbrough Munn & Co. receive
special notice, without charge, in the
Scientific Jmerican.
A handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest ,ir-
culation of any snuentEfio journa]. Terms. $3 a
er fourmonths $L Sold byoall nowdealers.
u0& Co. 1Broadway, W
MUNNe or Co.a 'es -. New York
Branch Office. 5 F St Wasbingiton, D. C.


St. Andres Poultry Yarfds
G. W. SURBER. SR., Prop.,
ST. ANDREWS BAY, FLA.
S---Breeder of Pure-






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gnlmelint s was Conviiiclug.

tresiondent sends us the fol-
li',nm Mississippi: Counsel for
jise was addressing a country
the "old school Said he:
ze that I stand in the prosee-
a descendant of the gin nd old
omt family that emigrated
icnee to encipe from religions
icte. Many able jurists have
fi',im that family and enibet-
e bench and bar of the Union.
'vatch words and honor, truth
tice, and their names are
ni every home. The law is
in tlhe case that 'he who
y read.' Shall I insult the
ne of" this court by reiterat-
wpositic'i su simile? Need I

i' interruplited tIhe j udgP,
neces.sary-I'll give youn a
t." Connsel sat down,whilee
w.-th emphasis knocked the
in his cib pipe aand cuuntiel
l:,i|| inl" beta,,:
it plea.e tlie cmiLL I-',"
e, what are you fixing' to
led tie juIge.
ve the closing aigumeiCt,"


PatchesHave "'come In" Again.
"Society Fads" in Demorest's Magazine
for December.
No one must be horrified at Dame
Fashion's latest decree, as it is a very
old, out of date for many years; but
like all other old tliings sure to. come
back again. Patches are to be worn
again, but Heaven forbid that, with
the wearing of patLhes, paint and
powder should come ini! .They seem
to go together, but, so far, it is only
said that patches are to be wora on
the face, neck and arms, when ii>
full evening dress. There is a great
art in plaicing a patch, and the wo-
nian who slntiles the beauty of et-
feet, generally knows just where to
put one. 'hey are worn, as one
wqld suppose, to attract attention
to the prettiest feature. If one has
a pieirny eair, a patch iH [lit ju.t un--
le'r tIe ear, on the neclk; if the neck
is h lite, put oi ,.l jui t whete it will
blIIm w IlT thin irtei,.irs ; oil ithe left
chleik is a Inv,',nie place, and some-
t inits he\ are worn on the back If
I 1,n } I L.,n I. TI le pat,:his caiii Ie cul
.In t ..! l i;>c] c nui't-|il.ister, in blli .sck,
n-h'[I ; hel ati s, i diamnint l-, -.tais., o0
e('ven pla:ti round dns, buit their mn.,ft
li., exceedlingly small, and. alt,,ve all,
.ut in tl Ih meIn.st bee .noing (,la -:
. a r A


We ha\e made arg'angeiii eIt bv. TI
which we can flirnish this fine M.P i3,ing
covering alonut eighteen nmile.i' ijlare lstt
of territory, i,<.'li'linug the C.'i niniati tie
many'snys i'['ra: et, nla)io ITTn-ario,, 'i,-
Parker, , 111 t o1 n j a n a ..t


ONE DOLLAR.
n(r gi'in for 5 eilsh y:f:ly su lscnriptionsi
D3v the aid of this malp the lIncation, '
lallds lnucha;edl of tihe ("'incininat
Company can be easily seer-tined
or, parties may send u.- $1 anil theil
tles iiption andi we will Ilocnti their
lotq ;aInId return the Map by mail.
Address THE tluo'',
St. Androws. Fla.
For 5 enasll slserieiicrs. %,. e w ill gil- as
a premium, I Sectionl .!np of the liBy
country or l Map of tlhe Citv of St. Au-
drews. Either manq suld. s5cli-. -$1


L. M. WARE


L.


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FOR SALE.
Another Bargain iii Real Estate.
TheKilbet'fy place, 2 niles northeast
of Parker, Coi tiL, of 80 ait'ir line
timbered lail, i ,. n1 : the W&set half of
the southwest quitffter of -*.,tion f6, tp
4s, range 1:.v. ; 4 acres fCi..-, v.-ith
picket fence and in cultivation,, aith
several fruit trees, grape viues, etc.,
and a habitable shanty. ,P iioe $300
partly on time if desired. Fur particiL-
ars address the BL'uo.


Our Clubbina List.


'
lie BUOIL has ,inde very liberal club ./..
narrangeaientls %"ith a tew ofthe very ,u
publications in the country nnd fot
present can send for a whoe ear :-
Tl'^ .'MiJ . fc *^^-t. 11


Detroit Free Presi ( wice-a-we ?'$4
and Year Book) .............. f '
The FIn T. U. & Citizen, daily for $9 0,
dio weeki ',for$Il
Scientific American' .... 3 5
Farmer an,i Frit Grower" ... s 5
F oi ida Agr' ,ullui ist ... 2 5
dc clubsof 5, each" ... 2 25
Firrin JouIrn1l, Philad'a.i mon thly 1 19
Cin'innali Enquirer twice a week
8 large pages each issue..... 1 70
Atlainta Constitutioln ... 1 70
N. Y. World tIhriceia 'vi, k) ....... I 75
For any or either of tlhe above public
tinns in connection iwith the BUOY, ad-
i'5".s all orders to THE bl'OY.
St. Androe.s, Fla


JNO. R. THOMFSON


S t o r 8


WARE & CO.,

D ; A\ I l I.V S I N


DRY GOODS.

GROCERIES

HARDWARE,
BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
Ship Chandlery, Salt Fish, Etc. Etc.;- Et
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Baltimore Twhio ad Net Compaiy
A I. S 0 F 0

9 3 oC hr M. e 4 a C t A e



T. C. DANFO R0
D I:.\ LEI I N



Gunera f Urchandiso

QUEENSWARE. GLASSWARE,


STOVES AND TIN WARE


A FIll Line ofCalfled gods



AND A COMPLETE STOCK OF

UNDERI1'TAKER'S SUI PLES.
Mast. Foos & Comio any's

Double Acting Force Pump. ,


THE COLUMBIA GARDEN PLOW.

Hand iow fr i wol ing li l it. in Ihe garden. It
.is seit-n j stabilel; the \eifht the block io-
l,",' h I1,( binde i, attriichd keeps it in the
R'o,'01 il. antd h d,..tIi of rp w( jung, is regulated
y lifting- the lhandl,... A b. t.r girl of ten,
Y"',,rs ca, lmar:die it v.ith i.t rfectc ease. It has a
94-ire-h stelI wheel, the height of which makes
the plow light of draft. It has five blades; 1 is
aU Luri'inog mold, 2 a shovel. 3 a sweeper weeding
blade, 4 a bull-tongue, 5 a rake. Wrench
SwiLhli each plow. *
'. We have made arrangerneilts b3
S which we ran furnish this plow at
N the factory price, $3.75, w ih











$4.50. But the Buoy proposet3 to >10 betto r than otis and will send the l,'OY
purchase to pay freight.
ih y-nr a-in..d inu .t n tin at th- -p sBuoy-o l Fat.m atr' ao -i-no
.u rch.. _. to p r i t...,,. ..


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A XAP
Of tihe itv of St. Anudrew
Gotten up with g; at care by the
publisher, who has jpartd rid pain
to prepare for the pt.;lic a map of
St. Andrews as it really is.. It shows
about
FOUR MILES OF O0AST LNIEj
Fxtonding eastward Irom Dyer'd
i'uint, taking in the Old '.'own site of
St. Andrews, and gives i;6ati n of
public busine.hs places, private resi-
,lences, Jdoeks, etc., alsc e ery lot in
each block and the adjoining addi-
tion to thle Cincinlali C'omphny'
Innd, with a full 'les ription of the
maoe.
The. Map will sh( w o'iiverA of lots
in the city jtst *lorc they are lo-
cated, a1lI is of value to those think-
illg oof buying property.
Size of Map 30x50 Inches.
The BUWE)Y will Mend this map to any
address on thli receipt of
ONE DOLLAR.
Or giver, ; aL i premium I'or 5 yearly
c:,-lt s-ul acrit liOns.


PILES RIJDYS -
;%nd CCNSTIPArIJ.N1,'.' 'rc~ a 'L"T,
ill, .Ar,lj, UtC.1 r 'rr! of 1 rL 4.;' A ..r c,I:.,
rnrunded. It gi' es imstaant yeli,'!. an, ene~u a rmlic a I
;r'.. Mlr~e, rr.N surpical optrail -nre."'
Tr;'it an rIa. r swirriu'e4i,. f."rdt.rIi,.: 1,51,-
mc~al l;l rd 'ree .'im"nk. 4 1111 5 ':- n.Lt x.'For sale
b'y dr~~rpar'. or yrn .I, Iab ylrceirA t vi jrice.
MiRTIN RUY, BE'g. FbaimaUst,LaarrPa


Sold at St. Andrnws- Bay, Fl.
At Dr. Mitchell's Drug Store.
I.-'C all for free sainp)le.
A SECTIONAL MAP -

Of St. Anarows
andI the
Bay Country.


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