Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00047
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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 29, 1898
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00047
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
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lccn - sn 95026996

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First Last, and all the




UNITID 8TATES. rOne dollar a Year in Advance.
SAiintord- Hon. Sam'I "iPaso, .Mouticello,
Hon S. R. Mallor. Pensacola WILLIAM A. EMMONS
lRepresentatives-lst District, S.M. Spark-
man, Tampa; 2d Distiict, R. Ed i tor and Proprietor.
Davis, Palatka. --
Land Office-Register, W. G. Roliinon; Display ad rates 50c per inch per month
Re-eiver-f. S. Chuhb, Gainesville. Position and extraordinary condition
STATE. rates subject to special agreement.
Governor-W. D. Bloxham; Secretary of "Local Drillft," 5c per line, first inse-rtion,
State, J. L. .'rawford: Creasurer, J. B. 2c each su.sequcn. Display locals
"hilfield; Attorney G-neral Wni. B. L-- -
mar; Comptroller, W. H. Rev',olds: Si.- double :ihove rates.
erintendent )f Public Instruction, VW.
N. Sheats; Commiissioner of Agricul- Tile Song of tie Pines.
ture, L. ut. Womhwell; Adjutant Ge Written for the o the P
eral, Patrick Houstou. Tallaiassee. Written for the pi;uv.
U. S. SENATOR. 'Neath dusky arches of the sombre
First District-S. R. Mallory, Pensacola; pines,
Second DistrictSamnel Pasco Monticellu. Where dark boughs, in meeting over.
STATE Se i.ATuR. head
lwenb-fikth i strict--J. 3. Clarke, o- Formed dim cathedral ailes that swept
Representative, S. M.Rul'inson,Chiplev, And called the soul to follow where
CouDty Judge, D. D. Melvin, \ ernou; they led.
Clerk of Court, County Clerk, flecorder And ever do they make a melody
of Deeds, W. B. Lassitter, Vernon; Sweeter than singin birds or whis-
Sheriff, C. G. Allen, Chipley; 1'reasurer, ris-
R. C. Horne, Chipley; Tax Collector, A. peering limes,
Q Jones, Vernon; Tax Assessor, W, That calls the wanderer back o'er alien
Gainer, Econfina: Superinteindeit seas-
of Public Instruction, W. L,, Locky The -haunting low-voiced singing of
Chipley; Surveyor, Thos. Collins, Chip-
ley. the pines.
ST. ANDnREws. Down winding woodland paths, past
Justice of the Peace. W. I. Singlelerrv; thiketdak
Notary Publics, W. A. Eni mois, C. H thickets dark,H
Crippen: Deputy Circuit Couimt C'l. k. Where tangled wreathes .of yellow
W. A. Emnions: School Directors-, I. jessamine flowers
F. BratkiM. W. I. Single rv, L. M. Scents all the languid breeze that idly
Ware; Post M-:lpr. L. Ml. \Waie
Postmistress, Mrs. M. B. Jenks. Their perfumed gold through all the
PAYKER.J longJune hours;
?ostmaster and Notary Public, W. H- Thetender magic music swells and dies,
PParker. TTSBUR. Lost in the music of the stream that
oslumistress, Mrs. Hassellhorg. winds
AYDERSON. Between the dark nred stems, while
Postrniastel, S. W. Anderson overhead
Postmaster, Mrs. R. Gay. Chants the deep voices of the wind-
BAr HEAD. blown pit.es.
Poalmaseer, Ma'rlin Post.
FARMDALE. Harp of a thousand strings, your music
Postniastel, H. J. Johnson. threads
W^TAPrO. Through warp and woof of this sad
Postmistress, Mrs. Dyer. life of mine
WEST BAY, life of mine,
Postmaster, P. N. Hutchinsou. Singing a requium over loves long
COOK, dead;
Positofice on Laird's Mill Baiou.
O'er broken altars and life's wasted
"olaries, E. Mlosher. Frank flotkii..., Where learned you your subtle witch-
'listniasler, W. M. Clojnii ; ConL er,\?
ty Couini,ssiunier, H. l1 S pi.r- Yourr'tots through ]i ear:h's soft breast
Ieput, ClI.rk Itf ',n ,,t. I. Walki.v her great heart finds,
ItE 1, 1G 1 S And draw you thI ane your 01mytiic mel-.
Melhodist-Ctiihureh cr. Wasr ii!falo% U\ o dy?
.ud e iestiot si- Re-v. L. 6. 'Gr.i. Your cliords arLe heart-throbs, oh. my
pabtor. Preaching at it I a. nm. d 7 :'i' native pines.
p. n. every, altern,'tc Si,,nd.iv. FRANCES DES1MOND.
Y. P. S C. E.-l-P'raver nelinig at i11 Chiplev, Fl.
Prestlvlorian churiich ei.f V 'Sin ld.ly' evaler hpley F
feeln at 3:30 o'clock. All nie in'iil.. A t ea.
napLisal-Chlurcl., c. uner 1.t \ t" % harper'ss.
arena i slind Ciniciii:itli sti'et. Cliu.-v Harper'.
conferer - nidiv hii.ie filst So.id,\ Night, and the music of shrouds and
at 4 p.mn. Sunday school el'eiy Suilday vit spars,
9:30:t. m. Preoa-hiin second and fauriih Higl in the darkening dome!
Sunday in each mnonl I. Rev. J.-P. Smith, 0
pastor Night, and the thunder of waters break-
Preshyvterian-Clihurch corner Loraine ing
arenne and Drake steel; Rev. R. J. White on the prow of foam!
McIllain pastor; proecoaig on seeon d Night, and the music of shrouds and
Sunday ol each month at 11 o'clock a. m .
aud at 7 p. m. Sunday SILool iat 9:3 0 spars,
a. m. every Sund.iy,JohU n Sturnock, Supt. Harp of the wind, whose strings
2atlholic-Chureh coiner Wyoining ave- Sing, sweetheart, to the listening stars
nie and Foster treft Wild, ineffable things!
The northern mail, ,ia Anderson, Gay, Far astern in the distance, lining
Bayhead and Chlipley depart-s every dy All the horizon's rim.
except Sunday at 3:00 o'clock; a. nm.; White are the barber beacons shining,
arrives every day except Sunaay at Dimmer, and yet more dim;
Kst Bay ail for Harrison, Cromanton, And the ship speeds forth on her east-
Parker, Farmidale and Wetappo, leaves wardquest,
St. Andrews going east every morning And the voice of the passing wind
at 6 o'clock and leaving Wetappo at Speaks, sweetheart, of the vanishing
1 o'clock, arrives, coming west every w
e i at 7 o clotk. That I leave tonight behind.
VERNON TELEPHONE CO. Dear, deep eyes, of all eyes most tender,
SCHEDULE OF RATES:-For each five Heart of all hearts most true,
minutes, or fraction thereof, use of All of the blue night's widening splen-
Between St. Andrews Bay & Gay.... 0lc dor
Ba\,'head 15c Hallows its lips with you;
C e Chipley. 25c Yours is the name that the waters call,
. h l- & Gay.........20 Yours is the name the stars
Bayhead & Gay...... ..... Down from the infinite heights let fall
For transemnissiod by telegraph 10c. To echo among the spars.
extra, not including telegraphic service.
W. A. EMMONS. Gen'l Mgr. Love, in the years to come hereafter,
Gold, as shall chance, or gray,
B U SI N ESS D I R ECTOR Y, Still shall the sound of your lightsome
A----. laughter
WV. A. EMMONS, Come at the close of day,
Deputy Circit Court Cloerk Lande: N Come to recall what I leave behind-
juriediclion to administer oaths, take Love, aud the west, and you,
affidavi:s, legalize ackno 'ledgments, Dear, deep eyes, of all eyes most kind,

etc., anywhere in Florida. Special at- Heart of all hearts most true!
tention given to land conveyances and
to marriage services, and license issued
to lawfully qualified parties. Office at Lullabr.
the EUOY Office, St. Andrews Bay. Mabelle B. Hubbard
By-lo, baby, go to sleep,
Di JK. .1. J. KESTER, Angels will their vigils keep;
Homeopathic Physician ,and Ae- Mother's near thee, baby dear,
coucher. Office Pioneer Drug Store, Slumber well and have no fear.
corner of Shell avenue and Miclii- Hi-ho, baby, sweetly sleep,
gian street, Angels will their vigils keep.
St. Andrew Florid,,
St. Andrews Fori The golden moon in the west is low-

DR. WV. 4. MI'lC'HELL, Hush-a-by, I love you so-
Phy.ician and Druggist, Commerce st., And the little stars have, one by one,
east of Bavview, Offers his professional Gone to rest-their work is done.
services to the citizens of St. An- To dreamland, dearest, you must go,
drews and vicinity. Residleice on Bue,.a Hush-a-by. I love you so.
Vista avenue. " -- --, "
.C. Ii. 'I EN Suiting Both Parties.
C C PEN Poor Wife (to husband, whose loud
S Notatry Public. snoring keeps her awake)-Charlie,
Will atlend oromptlv tou all- business de- Charlie;, do stop snoring. Turn over on
maniding hi.s nitlntion. Office on Bar- your side. (Nudges him).
vrfw sttretl one block r.ortheast of T HusLand, only half awake, g unts,
o Dknnml' slre turns on his side and continues to snore.
W. 1. SI1ILETARY, Wile has a happy idea. Reinemibers
Justice o1'tlne.Peace, a lina from au article cAllud )How tn
SWill give prompt aften'ion to all matters 're'endt nori'ng. Givcs h[r hu bimd
: cmiL,, within hii jtiri di.-hon. Ac- sa cond L .e, wbi-h f]icits avio -"r
knowlemnimnf tn hiken oaths adininis- C 'Lit ""' f'
tered: marriage service performed Of- ~ar i'-uth srih t, y'u'd i L a! rii "
ere at r,.il,.nre'. Wilmot street, north Charih a (s jie ..'i s )-.-'. wo-uld
o1 Presblyhtrisn church, .,a.-L.:;ti Aus-'vJi .

DEC. 29, 1898.

By this it must not be supposed. that e,,atry w,, i e ii the railw ry muc as old Rome must have been
.. 1tr V.I]1have ill ile -itlvansveyucasodRmmstheb n
under the Casars. enormous buildings,
after anoyster has passed the f,,ur,. lat y ,,ar about $3 ,000,000 mr,,e without taste, and enormous wealth,
Ivrt eriod and haso f ivmA ,- *,, t .1. iriv .. I .. __t,0. i .. ___ ._ l- --_

I pt Pe I x elvl/Ie I l IIl a 11'1 *') A, l o r Ci*l
ten wrinkles on his shell he is a back
nn'nber. Indeed there are records of

oysters being eaten just after cele-
brating their thirti4ft birthday, and,
in most ca-es they'formed a delic&,nds
meal. Thirty is an unusual age for
an oyster to attain, because few are
given an opp tn'tniity to live so long.
If left to enjoy life in his own wvay, it
is quite probable that an oyster would
become an octogenarian or event a
cnte-ai ia n.
Captain Co'chrane on his last trip
to Fulton Market hougliht in an oys-
ter found on lhis beds that is bel;vedl
to be at least thirty-five 3 ears old.

THY PERSONS in this state to manage our
business in their own and nearby coun-
tie-. It is simply office work conducted
at home. Salary straight $900 a year
and expenses -definite, bonafid-t, no nMor',
no less salary. Monthly $75. Relerences.
Enclose self-addressed stamped envelope.
Herbert E. Hess Prest. Dept. M. Chicago.

tlnan they d(Id. 1I tihe rates lhad
been as highI as thln are inn Englandl,
the' people of tlli' country would
have paidi tihe rail4yvs about $950,.
000,000 mnoe tllihitliney Idid. An il-
iratt 'ali.,ut of the 'ccellenice of lth
service on Aineiica'B iailroadm, i ftr-
ni.hiei.l by t he fact ..L at although ihe
collect ions fro,, awi T are larger in
Euroipe than they aie in thle United
States, andl tie nuibef' r f passengers
carrieOl is materially greater than inn
this cui'nntly, tlie p'ense of nimainte-
nanco lof Aimer cau railroamls i-
$100,000,000 ni+e int a year -.lian for
Iltmse operated iHniEuiope. And the
\mnericanl ratilriId hysteun is ii,-
proving all tlie tiine, ilie freight aiHd
passengers rates are bei, ,e.lnedl,
anII tile character ml ithe no.:iree
given-Inxuri -ns jlasst ger travel
aind quick freight-iis better every

while the Frencn seem to nave inherit-
ed the temperament of the Greeks. The
drama, painting and sculpture are the
preoccupation of the people The yearly
exhibitions are almost the unique sub-
ject of conversation in drawing room or
club The state protects the artist and
buys his work. Thir "conservatories"
form the singers and their schools the
painters and architects of Europe and
America.-Idler in New York Post.

What He Would Be.
"I regret to say," she said reproving-
ly, "that you do not always use words
with a due regard for their exact mean-
He bowed with becoming humility.
"Now, if Fido bad bitten you," she
went on, caressing the dog, "you would
doubtless be angry, and hq might be
He shook his head.
"NQ," he replied with much feeling,
for be had no great love for the dog, "he
would not be mad; he would be deadd"
'--Chicago Post.
Somewhat True.
To err is human, and to stiok to it it
still more so.-Chicago Newi.

NO. 40.

*? .J*. **-- -Ti L

UNLOOKED-FOR INCIDENT. American Railroad -ies Are Had is O( nu. Antoinette.
-- Lower Tihani in A Jy (her' Chiciago Journ.il.
How Allierican Spirits Were Re- Counity amii tihe .!'Iti The io c. in FIieclle history at l(il
vived by a Porto Rico Girl. Is Bette. Clii-aa University wore ,ti.ci-,i',g
New Yoi i. New Yo k Sun. l ho cliaicr and fate of Mlrie Au-
While the A.\meican c,,rnmi..ion- Not quitp, but R -ar.i4 -,lt o t,,inette. Every member ,of the elas.
Pos of eva.nation were in Pollto Rico. the railroad mileage of tli ,lkiwa'l, sl-.,it iig a deep intleirst it the
they b,,gan to long for home. W illi in Nulrth America. If lie rail- I -ject c a Iniui so Ie VunIi
the exception of the few lerican- "oa,.i mileage of North I ica be ,n iit a gray uit, siL in in oit, of
wliho amccomnpanied them they weie aiddedi that of Brazil ai'n, 'gentilne Ie back seals.
,,lnouniilel by Spaniards, and their in Souili Ametici, 18,00 leo col- On his lace the ,rfes or noticed a
.piits iilggel accordingly. It was lectively, the total will to0 I he ,w et, and faraway lIok, that .-howelt
after dinner in the hotel 'heln the mileage ol all the reat of t' mlI-- is itgits wee ith a f r oimman
Iluloiing ineident oc.umrrcd: Euroie, Asia, Africa, A lia and ,f ratherr mI,.,' .iceeIt date than the
Coinversali,.In was lagging a little, lie other Soutin America lntl ieil ot und ditsioii. After a hum-t
for it was veiv' l lnt antti ,t le mosqui- included. Moreover, .a i build- |I.,r ,,f ,( ,,t t. li-i, giveiintheir opin-
toes wCie pa ticulenly obje'l:a ionabi e, ing i. being carri'.i onmn ti lin i 0 .ils c e.in;g the ultf. tininate
No,.ralgia us guinng a i y Ira l en ,. %h l th ,,,,_ ,I, . ,.;.. .,t, y to
there entereil a dark-bIaired, ldaik- elsewhere. Bitt it is itno i o tn o in .h n. s-
tkinnei little girl, who looked to be spect of the extension fi their ail- ,oi a" sullenly wheel i t i h is eair
no nio ire than 13 years of age. Sthe rrosi sytemni that thu ,-ini el State i i i aight at ti e roule
S" r '1 amid ],,li'Ic.l .,ttaiglit at tlie ( v',, i,:er.
tinist lIha e been older, fir later it de- takes iirece'leniie, tr. s11 e eceint n.l iw, 5[. Ii.i-, will von
velo.jed tliat slhe was a tife. \N'ili coml utatin -s shiw hlat thl Unitel tell its wha 1u ltink al. ut
hlie a hner liusbans,l wiho n n tlii nf- State,, I'trnIi hiI t ro t v l.ers ain l hi tii- I, ,,,
#-a min \vas taken fi)r h r i elir'r. Ier tlie best seivice- at -the lowest ".1'-i? \ hN y, lin i.i-ta 1lv ro-
''lhey Iri ii jnst cnte frontm dinner, and c.ist, l.!ie,l with a certain tuniexp>eei .,i en-
Il lpr, fof ol it lhad tth ,iet in llthei In nn:rt.y states ol tJli c.,un ti tii,, ;iasmii, '-.-i e' L tile darest little.
inii'illis- a cu..tom in t iic.nsitlteiil i hIere ate lawn fixing the! rniixinmn girl i tI ul"i\'e istv."
with goodil breeding in S janisil-Ainni- rales fr pa-segeir- at thii& cont a
it.Ai ,-,utill ies. The little girl N.trll- t mile, ltile ini soime E r.i',eJ an c.ti,,,- Bringing Her to Time.
ed ntoLiclialanitly to tlih piano and i.er tries, notably Fiance tlie average "I don't know how me and Sally
husband took a chair by her side. rate charged is in exces of, t't fig- Ann's going to fix it up," said the
i- troubled young farmer as he talked with
Running her fingers lightly over the ure. The minimnnu o smine Enuro- the justice of the pea e.
keys, sheo played some Spanish air. pean countries is iiiglir than the "Thought you said you and her was
the music of which was on the rack maximum allowed in thlie United engaged."
before her. For a moment and then States.. Accnorling to tl c'IIpunta- "I did, but they was conditions. She
she stopped and a ripple of polite ap- tions referred to the e-'Ige 'ate said if I'd glt her a brand new sewing
,machine so she could git ready fur the
pause ran around the room. charge for p.:sse ger .s e ie in thI- weddin and do her own sewing later on
The girl turned half ,way on her United States is 2.8 1 cents per she'd 'gree to marry me. Yesterday I
stool, smiled pleasantly, and shifting mile, and thrl fact ml thIt in im.in took them colts and druv to town,
et other side of her eastern states wh e i bought the machine, paid fur it, loaded
the toothpick to the other sde of her eastern states where it inter the wagon and started home
mouth, again touched the keys with have been long estaulIsl e.l, a rate o. happier'n a lord. Down by the depot an
her fingers. And what a thrill went 11 cents a mile is the general ile. engine begin lettin od steam, and afore
through every Amnerican In the room I. i. sIthePI' and far vetiern tail- I could tighten up on the reins I was
Jerked bac'ards off the seat and them
as the notes of the "Star Spangled rmimal. chiefly \iiclh k'o up tlike avor- colts went down the road like a pair of
Bann.cr" sounded forth! Here was a age rate. In Missl,uri ,r instance, skeered pups. I followed fast's I could,
and fur three miles there was nothing
breath of home, coming unexpectedly, 4 cents a wile i.- a lawlf, cltarge, aan bat chips and srewe miles and bithere was of teel
to some of thlie men who had helped in, A kaionas ilne n ximium is 5 and needles and them there extryswbat
to make this home ,a place of with cots. S.6me .l,j i m raia.1 go with a sewin machine.
o "It was the completest wreck you
to be proud. VWith a common il- hig al 6 a6,nd7a niltkI auld 4 ;i,-,, 5 ever see, and nobody on earth could evr
pulse they rose to Ilh..ir feet :anil ciontq a nmile, nn l.cal traffic in lihe put the thing together ag'in. I told
.l....l in .silence until lthe l mnn was s,,,tlh is n.,m dn n,.al,. takil thl Sally Ann jist how it all kim about,
S, but she hauled me over the coals fur
enied. ,'li .l.ii'.,le gil C.cel tn il fcuii i. I him lth e iage tal, 'a trying to show off them colts, said that
against, smililg t tie ,ii ipi.,i i.< m l 'ic. t tar l.- _. n'!l, a steady ole hoss was better adapted for
gie ui,.l I. ,.! liuc.te c,, ;,liim .,t. _. ie the. lc- i,,,cle anI.- .
S\Ve thank Iou," sai lldie admiral r;,i ij:,lit, are c" ia ly f'0 an ioks to me like I'd lost her with-
il Lis sweetest, way, adI every one the average IAto is OEil!c a ,,in,-; out she'd wait a year."
bowa.i -i ,d e.a .. ach there, The old squire said nothing, but he
bow -a .' 'n> t> wrote a note to Sally Ann saying that
The Spaniards had heard tlhe s,.ng alre inactnicallyv no tIt(,in iiital ohltac- it was strictly private and telling her
and they peered front their r.,,, I, le-. th.e ate i. 2 25. 1tn Grmany it that Jim Walton was settingn down in
A" his office talking 'bout marrying that gal
and peeked into the court from the i., 3 01 caitls; in Aulgria.Hnngary i from the city what was visiting at the
hotel office, not sourly, but.in wonder i, 3.05; in Fianice it i" 3 36 and in Clovertops." The note was sent bya boy.
at this defiance to their flag. But no Sai,, itits '. Half an hour later Sally Ann was hur-
nt aItiS daoI to their flag. But oon o ,l '4.5e. trying across the fields, in her best
one said a word in opposition, no n11 no tlnther country ill tlhe wrllI clothes, to the squire's, and she left
doubt accepting the situation as a are tihe laciliiies for ...passeng is Io there Mrs. Walton.-DetroitFree Press.
part of' the transformation then in l ia.iv a, in lie Unitel Sta;tes, amil Thh ngUsh and the Prench.
process. Not fort manty a day ha i,. i,-,,cse of thIese faieiitles a; mI t has been the writer's fate to live
roce. Not for many a day haa o good deal on both sides of the English
that song been played in San Juan, c.linv'nieiiec.s is cuustant. Oin la- channel, and nothing is more amusing
because even to litim it on the streets nY I etent roads "seats in clhaii- than to hear the absurdities that are
eenr i gravely asserted by each of their neigh-
would have served as a signal for a cars, corresponding with parlor cal, gravely asn Englishman a Frenchman
bors To an Englishman a Frenchman
mob to rise. But this little Porto on eastern lines, are tarnished gra- will always be "a tiger or monkey" of
Rican girl-for though married she tltoutsly. The sleeping car service Carlyle, while to the French mind Eng-
a or th h ad i l r e n i Ulish gravity is only hypocrisy to cover
was no more than a child-had brok- is nmore general and better in ithe very vice. Nothing pleases him so
en the ice, and thereafter there was United States than- in any ot.,er much as a great scandal in England,
always the solace of American music cotnity, antI light and heat, two es- and he will gleefully bring you the pa-
(lwo the olxci f Aericaa music coutry, ae a pg-t.datIo e percontaining the account to prove how
for the exiles, sentials of up-t,.-date-railroal, travel, trui is his opinion. It is quite useless
are better furn islted here than in ani\ to explain(as the writer has often tried)
The Aee of the Oyster. other country. -- to the British mind that Frenchmen do
Gazette. Tite tort, enlt..i ~ not all pass their lives drinking absinth
Fishing Gazette. The freight charges, too, estimated on the boulevards, and as Englishmen
He who wishes may find out the on the basis ot carrying a ton of (asMaxO'Rell says)seem to leave their
exact age of an oysi-, though he freighl a mile, are lower here than in morals in a valise at Dover when off
has not the telltale "evidence in the -an' v it'aru con, t loe. Innengland ofor a short visit to lis, to be picked
has nany other countries. In EJngland up on their return, it would be time
teeth. The lines ini the groove of tihe average is 2 cent. In Belgiutn lost trying to make a Gaul understand
the hinge of the shell tell the whole it isa 1 60; in Flancs 1.56, aimnd in what good husbands and fathers they
story, each line representing a year. Ge. many 1.35 cents.' Jn thie United ahese two great nations always seem
An oyster is of age at four years; States it is 0.97 cen or less than to stand in the relation to each other
that is, he is old enough to vote, ore cent a mile per~t0' of Ireiglnt that Rome and Greece held. Our Eng-
Soe cent a mile per.to ol ire lish cousins are the great conquerors of
take care of a family andi go to mar- moved, taking the wiple country the world, the great colonizers, with a
ket. Going to market is a'disas- thrn.ig.'I. i1 thie average of Amemi- vast capital in which wealth and mis-
tions undertaking, for a finr-'ear- cai fei|inl a ery jostle each other in.the streets; a
tolus old oyster is particularly palatal'le. itt Ge nnany, "tlhc B6"le of thiS, monumenrs, without form and void,


Washintjtorn 'CLCrLIy

West Fle-Olid,
Asrairust th~e Worlds


man=y ot which Ale:nadc'r laughed as
merrily as a schoolboy 'i love to be
with men, heewoulit say y lve Aner-
eians as 1 bate sycophants He was
heard to say more than once that the
happiest Lours of his life were those
passed in this way. wtb Ueueral (Curtia
"The peculiar allcctiun tor the Unit-
ed States hberished in Russia, inu spite
of the Russians dislike for foreigners
in general. ts a national. a religious
sentiment In every 'a.ssian church the
visitor is impressed-if an American be
is astounded--by the prominent posi-
tion in which he beholds three great
portraits displayed with reverence and
deep significance. The first is that of
Peter the Great, the father of Russia,
as we know it The second is that of
Abraham Lincoln, the liberator. The
third is that of Alexander That was
an evening to be treasured up in mem-
ory. "-New York Sun.
, The Effect of a Cold.
A correspondent writes: Away in the
southwest of Scotland somewhere there
lives, moves and has her being a little
girl named Mona MacBean. On the first
day of March Mona was late in arriv-
ing at school and detailed off to write
her name 60 times. When the task was
completed and presented to the teacher,
the latter was horrified to find the name
written, page after page, "Boda Bak-
bade." "You naughty girl, that's not
the way to spell your naWae. Spell it
properly." The reply was an astounder.
"Please, bab, I've dot a cold, add I cad
odly say Boda Bakbade." That girl
will live to be a Pitmanite.-Glasgow

i__~ _

z-Mlnilster Terreil Pays Tribute to Ifl
PEROR HOW TO MIX THEM. Hon. A. W. Terrell, formerly United
.-- States minister at Constantinople, eon-
A Reminlneence of Diplomacy Under Alex. tributes "An Interview With the Sul-
ander II of Rusla--The Czar a Lover tan" to The Century. Mr. Terrell says:
of Darky Anecdote and Dialect-Amer. The sultan is over 50 years old, of
o riky F Anecdote and Dlt-Amer medium height, with clear olive com-
loan Wh lky For His Cellar. plexion, dark hair. high forchead and
"I was in Paris," said Colonel W. F. large dark brown eyes The habitual
M. McCarthy of this city, "that I be- expression of his face is one of extreme
came acquainted with an aid of the sadness Though the pashas who attend
Czar AlexanderII. The Russias r his palace when ministers ot* embassa-
Czar Alexandere d. The Russians are dors are entertained are decorated with
greatly interested in applied chemistry regal splendor, he always appears in
and novel mechanical devices for war- plain garb, wearing a red fez, a frocin
fare. I had some ideas on these subjects coat and trousers of dark blue stuff and
which an aid asked me to put before patent leather shoes A broad service
his superiors The Grand Duke Constan- sword with steel scabbard, which he
tine was there, and I was presented to I holds sheathed in bis band, completes
him. Our interviews finally led to m the c on
going' to St' Pelerzoig, - 2 '-.-- Z*- 111.
presented to the czar himself. seen thus p aiul3attired in the tf-
"I first mnet the emperor in the Win- room of his palace, on the first day of ,
ter palace one morning at 9 o'clock He the feast of Bairam, seated on an otto- '
was au early riser, and the machinery main covered with cloth of gold, to re-
of the court was all in operation by that ceive the congratulations of his civil
hour. His majesty received me kindly and military chiefs, who are all radiant
and at once put me at my ease. 'I love in uniforms and decom.ra.tms, those con-
Americans, he said, with a smile, and trast is very striking No Christians
I soon learned that this was true An- but those of the diplomntiu corps ever
drew G Curtin of Pennsylvania was witness this imipreshive' cremony, which
then minister from the United States at is conducted with the order that distin-
the imperial court, and there was no- guisbes a military review, but with an
body in whose society theozar took more oriental servility that an Americuu find
satisfaction, it difficult to understand On such occa-
"I'l never forget the mysterious er- sious Osman Pasha stands at the .anl
rand upon which I was dispatched one tan's left, holding a cloth of gold scarf,
cold and stormy night by, and I may which all reverently kiss after saluting
say with, General Curtin, as he was their ruler.
universally called in St. Perers vrg No sovereign in Europe l. more court-
My entry into the emperor's secret .,rv- ly or rlciued in entertaining his guests.,
ice had by that time become an accom- and fdw can be more agreeable in con,
polished fact. I had become a Russian, versation. La his personal intercourse
had sworn allegiance to the czar, spir- with foreign representatives he is alike
itual and temporal, and had been en- free from that stilted di;aity which ro-
tered on the official list of the chancel- pels countideuce aind from th.nt absence of
lerie as Vasili Makroff William F. real dignity which invites familiarity
Mason McCarthy ceased to exist from When 1 first dined at the palace, the
that hour, at least in Russia. A mes- sultan sat'at the head of tim table, with
senger had come asking me to the Mrs. Terrell at his right ::au. myself at
American legation at 8 o'clock that his left 7- Osman Pasha, Isnmael Pasha,
evening, 'without uniform.' These the former khedive of Egypt. the grand
words naturally excited my curiosity vizier and other ministers of state were
I wore the imperial crown on the col- the other guests.
lar of my uniform ooat, and in that Nothing cold excel th excell,:nce of
dress passed at will through the streets the cuisine of which he partook with
of St. Petersburg by day or by night, his guests, the table service and decor&a-
For I was supposed to be all the while tions, the magniticence of the dining
on my imperial master's business. fom or ..the excellence of his wines,
When I got to the embassy, I learned, which always remain niitaiited ex(ups
to my surprise, that the minister and I by Christian guests. Eair pasha wore
were to visit the czar incognito. the insignia of his rank, blazing with
"*General Curtin had a parcel under stars and decorutionis, wb:le the plain
his arm when we reached the palace, costume of the sultan was alone in har-
and to my amazement he was prompt- mony with my own. No armed menl
ly admitt-ed wuIloutu question to the stood guard at the pahiace? doors, and ex-
czar's private apartincuts. I followed 1 copt a detail from the imperial guard,
after him The euperorat once dismiss- I who always .-.tIlute a foreign represe-nta*
ed his attendants, gave us hearty hand tive on his arrival. uo soldiers have ever
as. b ..ated! In frnit, of been seen by me within the palace walls
ble looking sittung room Generaiuur- dned tre "". 'e .-..:- .
tin was evidently very much a& home
there, and from the packet under his Weighiug the Baby.
arm he now produced a large black beot- The story is of a young and devoted
tie. A servant brought lemons, crack- father. The baby was Lhis rst, and he
ed ice, a silver bowl containing a mag- wanted to weigh it.
nificent bunch of mint, loaf sugar,,ver- "It's a bumper!" he exclaimed.
mouth and braudy. And thereupon in "Where are the scales?"
my presence the American minister The domestic hunted upatn old fashiion-
gave th, czar lessons in the art of mak- ed pair, and the proad' young father as,
ing mint juleps and whisky cocktails. sumed charge of the opt raiion.
"The whisky was old Monongahela "I'll try it at eight pounds," l'e said,
rye, sent to General Curtin from the sliding the weight aloug the Lboa" at
state of Pennsylvania, of which Jhe had that figure.
been governor. His majesty said he had I "It won't i. She weighs ever V.)
sever tasted anything so good in his life much more than that." I
as the juleps, and he forthwith commis- He slid the weight along several
;ioned General Curtin to order for the notches farther.
Imperial cellars a large quantity of the "By Georgel" he raid. "She weighs
rye whisky, which he had never heard more than 10 pounds-Il1-12-13-141
of 'until after the arrival of Curtin in Is it possible?"
St Petersburg Ten barrels of Monon- j He set the baby and the scales down
gahela ryewere shipped from Pennsyl- and rested himself a moment,
vania not long afterward to the czar. | "Biggest haLy leversaw," hepanted,
You'd never guess my part in the fes- resuming the we igling process. "Fif-
tivities. It was nothing more nor lesa teen and a half-l-1C.I This thiug won '
than telling nigger stories Of course I weigh 'her. See, 16 is the last otd-,
knew plenty of them, having been and she jerks it up like a leather!, Go
brought up in the south in antebellum and get a big lair of s(-l:s at some
days, and the czar never tired of hear- neighbor's. I'll bet a tenncr th;1 sbh
iug them. F,>.S;lro tales and the quaint weighs over 20 pounds. '.i!lie," lid
conversation between Br'er Rabbit and shouted, rushing into the nest room;
Br'er B'ar delighted him. Afterward, 'she's the bigpert baby in this ct".utry
at the czar's request, I sent to New -weighs over 16 pounds "
York for all the books of this descrip- "What did you weigh her on?" in.
tion 1 could g.t quired the young mother.
"General Curtin won the affection of "On the old scales in tleo -i:r'hen."
nis imijesty by his genial personality, i "The figures on thoso are on 'Y
his fund of anecdote and his unaffected ounces," she replied quietly. "Prin :. o
sincerity He would tell story after tho baby, John."-Pearsou's Weekly.
story of American lifeand incident, at -- ... ------


in Children

can beov4ecome in almost all cases
by the use of Scott's Emulsion of
Cod--Liver Oil and the Hypophos-
phites of Lime and Soda While
it is a scientific.fact that cod-liver
oil is the most digestible oil inex.
Istence, in


it is not .only palatable, but it iU
already digested and made ready
for Immediate absorption by thec
system. It is also combined with
the hypop hsiteswhich
Aff supply j fo not only for
the tissues of the body, but
for ..the bones and nerves,
and will build up the eAld
when its ordinary food
does not supply proper
Be sur you get SCOTT'S Emulsion. See* tthe
un fianare othe wrapper.
All druggits ; sc. d SI.oo.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemi'te, New YotA.
t .dJ


NoTi.-It must be remembered that the
wind is not a wholly rIeliabfe motive pow-
er and if the sailors sometimes find it im-
posaible to make schedule timeit mus t be
et argued to the elements; they do the best
they can.

The schooner Cleopatra arrived
from l'ensacula on TThnrisdar last,
and renaineil at home over Christ-
ras, departing on her owtward voy-
age again Monday with two passeit-
The schooner Cnawford after hav-
ing remained in St. Anlivdvws for
Cliaistmas, left for r'els-'acula Wed-
nesday morning.
Win. Crawford.
Makes regiilar trips let .weeni St. Aridrte's
lia'y and Pensncoliah Passetge,s ijrid
( freight iraliiport6'd1' i reason life rate-,
and with every attriilion to the o afit
and couf'orl, of tlhe furiier, and saFi'
delivery of the taller. For particul.ilr
address,- 11. GW ALTNEY, Lessee,
S!. Andrews Bay. Fla.

Leaves St. Aidicw.s Bay every Tuesday,
leaves Pensacola every Friday,
(weather pcimeitting). Special atten-
lion will be -given to receiving and
forwarding freight for parties living on
Eaat and North Bay, passengerss for
points on either arm of the Bay cant
depend upon securing prompt trans-
portation at reasonable rates. For
further information apply to
L. M. WARE & Co., Agrs

Carries the East Bay Mail between St,
Andrewp Bay, Wetappo and intermedi-
ate points. Leaves St. An'drews daily
.except Siunday) at 6:00a. in.; arrive at
Wetappo it. 12:30 p. in.; leave Wetappo
at 1:00 p. in.; arrives at St. Andrews at
7:30 p. m, Makes landings reguiilariv at
Harrison, Croniantott, .'ker, l'itts-
blurg and Farmdaie. Far passenger and
freight rates, see rate card in the sev-
eral postofiBces.
DAvID M. WLTHIERILL, Contractor.

A Week's Weatther.
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-registeringr therrom-
eters. Max:Min. Mean. 'n W'd
Dec 21 5
22 60 A -LI w
2:1 L Sk __ -'^By

2^i 40 UK0 ne
26 33 .00 nw
27 27 .00 nw
Forweek.. I 46 I .2561
The maximum thermometer in use at
this station has again had the misfor-
tune to get broken; hence the. maxi-
mum and mean temperatures cannot be
recorded until a now instrument is re-
ceived from the weather bureau.

Parker Lodge No. 142
S& A. LL.
c Regular Commnuni-
catious oil tie first
and third Saturday
J in each mouth.
Visiting Brotlheri
W. A. EMrMsa. Secretary

To Cure a Cold in One Day,
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund money if it fails to
cure. 25c^ The genuine hasL. B. Q. on
each tablet.
Siotims: The only true sinlrco of
pilitotnei.s is oeiinsiilet l aiin- thalint vig-
ilia2t oral lnsense which never loses
sight of the tights, the claims, and
tho seiisiblilitics of others. This ib
their ote quality, over all Itifers.
necessary to make a gnletleman.

"He" Wa a Woman.
A person admitted to an English
workhouse not long ago objected to tak.-
ing the usual bath with the men and
confided to the medical officer that "he"
was a woman. The woman's story,
' which she.subsequently told, is stranger
than flotion. She was educated at a
woman's college and married at 16 to a
man who ill treated her. She left him
and went to live with a brother, who
was a painter and decorator. Acquiring
a knowledge of the trade, she donned
male clothes and became a successful
painter and decorator. For 22 years she
lived with her niece, who kept house
for her and posed-. as the painter's wife.
Three months ago she fell from a scal-
told, and, although she injured her
ribs, managed to prevent the doctors
from discovering her secret. A failure
to obtain employment finally compelled
her to seek the shelter of the workhouse,
with consequences disastrous to her
manhood.-New York Tribune.

There ii no no i(rlinie in the world equal
to Chamliierliin's Couigh Remedy for the
cure of throat antd ling discuses. This is
a fact that hlis been 'proven in numler-
lose cases. Here is a sample ofthousanrs
of letters receive : "I hve 'tried Chaun-
herlain's Cough Re.uiidy while suffering
four a severe throat trouble, and found
immediate ar.d effective relief. I can un-
hesitatingly recommeiM it." EbGLe W.
WaTrrrTMO r,. ldierG'rand Rivers (Ky)
Herald. For site by L. M.Ware Co.,St
Andrews and Bayhead and al niedicinie

-Razors and pocket knives at the Pi-
oneer Drug Store.
-Taxes for 1898 are now due and will
become delinquent April 1, 1899.
--You can get fine prunes, figs, dates,
raisins and candies at the Pioneer
Drug Store.
-R. F. Brackin has been quite sick
the past week with pneumonia, but is
-Wannamaker & Brown's samples
for Tailor Made Suits at L. M. Ware &
Co's. Call ard get prices.
--Leave your orders for turkeys for
the holidays at the St. Andrews Poul-
try yards of Geo. W. Surber, sr.
-Allens Tasteless Chill Tonic, Sar-
saparilla and Yellow Dock are 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
patent tip low cuts at $1 a pair at at L.
M. Ware & Go's.
'-Rey. J. P. Smith of Chipley, who
has occupied the Baptist pulpit every
alternate Sunday during the past year,
'preached his farewell sermon Sunday.
-The imposing snectacle of a total
eclip.-eof the moon appeared in a cloud-
less eky Tuesday evening,. giving every
one a magnificent view of the interest-
ing houomenon.
--L cod big" Tliabl:-t for i elc-; a larger
one for 8 cts and a good thick school
tablet with 175 lc-avesfor JOcta; all with
handsome covers and good, ruled paper.
at the BUOY office.
-Brin nz your ordinary school ink bot-
tle to the Buoy office and for 5c get it
filled with Arnold's celebrated Chem-
ical VWriting F'luid-the very best ink
made. Must have your own cork.
-The St. Andrews Horticultural
and Improvement Company is prepar-
ed to clear, improve and plant into fruit
any tract of land which may be given
them. It will pay all persons to buy a
tract from them and have it improved.
-Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either St.Andrews Bluff, orBuena Vista
Point, at 8c. per dozen; also map of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 12c. per dozen, at the
BUOY office
-Our Parker neighbors celebrated
Christmas eve by an entertainment, and
Christmas tree, loaded with presents
which were distributed among an at-
tendance that tested the capacity of the
school house to its utmost, bringing
gladness to the hearts of all.
-Dr. Ke.-ter brought Capt. and Mrs.
Ed Hand a fourteen-pound Chrstmas
present Monday morning. It was alive
and of the male persuasion, and al-
though somewhat late in materializing,
was none the less welcome, and will be
cherished by father and mother as a
precious gift.
-All persons wishing to place rres-
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 thIe cominmnitte'e on arrangement,

" I_=2 ..'- 7 -7_ .

-It you are ininking of buying prop-
erty in St. Andrewsor iinmediate vi-
einity, you cannot afford to purchase
uutil you have conferred with the pro-
prietor of the Buoy. If you are short of
money and want to buy on your own
time for actual settlement you can be
-Some disappointment was encoun-
tered in the selection of talent for the
New Year's entertainment; some work-
ers who had been chosen for service
were unfortunately called away, and
their presence will be deeply missed.
But despite I his unfortunate occurrence
the program will be interesting and
ably rendered.
-At a regular stated communication
of Parker Lodge No. 142, F. & A. M.,
held on the 27th inst.. the following of-
ticers elected for the ensuing year were
duly installed: E Palmer, w. M., W.
H. Parker, S, W., 0. C. Parker, J. w.,
W. A. Emmons, See., Hiram M. Spicer,
Treas., F. M. Boutelle, s. D., Thos. J.
B. Maugher, J. D., C. T. Parker, Tyler.
-The social season may now be said
towhave fairly set in, and it opened with
a well attended dance at Ware's Hall
on Friday night, and was followed by
another on Monday night. Quite an
addition of society young people- are in
evidence among the newly arrived
winter visitors, and the season promises
to be one of the pleasantest in the his-
tory of St. Andrews Bay.
-The Binoy is commissioned to bring
seller and buyer together for a most de-
sirable bargain in real estate about two
and-a-half miles frem the Buoy office
on the Parker road. Five acres of
ground, fenced, with good two-sthorr
cottage and furniture for small family
willbe given away for less than half
what the improvements cost, if taken
very soon. Title perfect; location de-
sirable. Call at or address the Buoy
for full Dariicularns.
-All readers of the Buo& will be in-
terested in the combination offer made
elsewhere, by which they can secure
entirely free of cost, a yearly subscrip-
tion to the Columbian, published at
Boston, and an elegant souvenir spoon
of Sigsbee, of the battleship Maine.
We have also made arrangements by
which we can give a Dewey, Sampson,
Schley, Lee, Miles or Hobson spoon in
place of the Sigsbee pattern. Every
reader should take advantage of this
-As advertised the Sunday schools
of St. Andrews had their union Ciirist-
mas tree in the Methodist church
Saturday night last. The weather was
good, and there .were perhaps 250
people in attendance An attractive
and interesting program, co:rsittintg of
vocal music by the choir and recita-
tions Jf the children, was rendered
with credit to all the participants.
The tree was handsomely arranged
ard loaded with nice presents for both
old and young. Every child in town,
including the visiting children, was re-

memlu..red with a pr,ez.nt of a generous
bl.pply of can.-ly arnd unts, and if anyone
failed to receive their put tion it was an
oversight and not intentional. Taken
all in all the program of the eve-ning
was a pronuunced success, and will be
remembere-d by the children for mnajiy
days. The coniunitt'-e having the atfa'Lr
in charge wish to return thanks to Lth;
people of St. Andrews for their don:a-
tions, etc., and vwi h one and all a Ihp-
py and prosperous New Year.
-Quite a serious affray ,ereut're.. at. a
social gatliering" near Pittsbnurg on
Friday night last. Wit le the pa- ty
were engaged in g anrr. incident to a
genuine Florida frolic, two brother.
named Danley, came down from Saun-
ders' turpentine camp in nn advanced
stage of intoxication, aand] minade them-
selves so obnoxious that several of the
pleasure par-ticipants left fur their'
homes, after which a dilliculty ruit
have ari t l,-et\v.ven the two Urinikien
br-thers, for they were found a short
distance from the housw in niortal com--
bat. One badi thl ot hi-r. down ai.d aft'.r
stamping him about thIe face and cheat
with the heavy heel of hiAs hoes, was
dragging him to thie bushi's near liy.
supposing that he had killed lhim,
when they were discovered by soinme of
the guests of the party nud separated,
the chanimpioni declarin,: that. it %aIs his
int1niionq tho kill h;s I)ibth.4, anA4in
fact trie worsted iuin il di barely t.scape
with his life and was a fearful looking
subject from the (iTt eis of his tre.it-
ment. Two or three shots were fired
after the rescuers iuterfeied, and it
was fortunate that youuLj Danley was
too drunk to take good aim, or hte
would undoubtedly have b.ec-n a rmur-
derer, and it is almost a wonder th-it
some of the rescuers were not osrioualy,
hurt, as it as. They were unanimous
in saying that a murder would haxe
resulted in a few minutes had they not
been separated. The injured young
man has not been heard from, to know
the extent of his punis-lh ment.

The Young Peoples Biapt.i-t Union
meets at the Bapti-t church every
Sunday at 3 .s. m. All invited.
The Y. P. S.C. E. meet every Sun-
day afternoon at 3:30 o'loo;k at the
Presbyterian church. All inter,.-te-di
in Christian Endeavor work are-
earnestly invited to attend.
wers nail .
John Devwey Cuffinmaa, utie St. An-.
drew's ieg la r winter vi tis fluiii
lhicago, Ill., arriveol iiV i linrd tlii
Saturday last. Mi, \ t,'lniani i, oon-

temniplating the erection ifi a dilwlligii
house tipmon hIs l'ictnire-itue 'ipi[nielte
iiar Olml Town.
Capt S. M. Bin nhliani, of Lo%)cIl,
lian.., livel M ilay night, nil")in I i.
InitaIl wiliter ltip Cto S t. Anidlitn -
nt iy, atil ir,-eedei l at olCe to I h
lin ..ii-. l hi..- fli iail, C L. Latel in i l nl
Ea-t Br-y, near \VetaC'P,.
Mr. LU ie't 4% i-L 'i u hiii .hlil a,.

),i ialsii & l.ii tUi peiCtin ie c' 'l i
IC].-slt Hay, as chief c..ip r, .itai lie
M3 iindlryv it thie sc-lioniier C('l,.,'c ,ti i
flr Lonin iaina, \\he rei hle et'xLCi- I,
acc -p i a "iitilar pI siniio i ill the isngir
lefinlelile ofi that rlale.
Thie Ladle.o' Birthin) Alim natnc.
'The Ladliesa' lhiiih-lav naiiu.c lui
1899 is birin, distribiteil ini our cily
this week. Thi's pulblivation i.- ,
Jlfficiel't fini the ordlinary che:al
patent iediicini- almnianac that it hias
become very ili"inlir., aln1 nO .) lii,.- a
circlation of 15.000,000 coniis. alln-
nutally. Astronomer liradil',l's ae-
curate calculations shu vlug lie ilimee
the suin l rises art,1 sets. iimoL i's cli-, -
eclipses, etc., DeViu's c-lebriatedi
weather forecasts lir every lay ini
the year indicated by a unique .mu y-1tni
of patent weather signals, jirtictlral
garden and farm hints for each m t iiih
and birthday proverbs Ior every Iday,
are among the best features. All
holidays anid fixed antl tiIoI'vable fe:-
tivals are lei inently thiin\ii. IJ
fact, the editor of this little almn-inse,.
who we understand is "a isnece it'ul
newspaper man lOf 1,1ng x|'eii>etif,-,.
has given the public a lIboli that will
be found valuable in any hnieip. Oit
readers who have not received a copy
of the 1S99 edition, ear. get it Iof
their inei.chi iint, or by .eni.liing th-i
adilress. t. the I, aliet," Birthlay Al-
manac, Chattanooga, Tenn.

Bees an4 Pigeons Race.
A curious sporting event recently
took place in Belgium. Bees and hom-
ing pigeons were released between
Hamm and Rhbynern. The two towns





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coal hol.
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i(iorews Loyal itep)ib-
IIbs E., iteriiiini.
Pno i l:; -M.
r M\r-ta Maxon and W. R.
W-lh-oine---L. A ELnimons.
Maxon aind P-uf. Willocx
Re' .'itation:-, R- aidin.;. etc.

-are an hour apart, and the bet- was that astiiroinical vi k "miu,,r pl:n:et"
12 bees would beat 12 pigeons in mak-
ing the distance. Fourdrones and eight 'i.'covel ha's ei.ne.l I,y far the led-it
working bees aNte well powdered with iiiti'le.sting al .1rI-Ilitaible. '1 hlen't
flour and released at the same instant s,,u,,cil ni, e',l to tilcir uitllnbeln--
with the pigeons at Rhynern. A droLne
reached home four seconds in advance I""li Itll" l i.r l. e i blrne' e-tected
of the first pigeon, the three other cuithini tlie i lteni y)ear,--tilv ate
drones and one pigeon came in neck till t,,, smal l ally iking., o be
and neck, according to the judges, and .T. i
the eight working bees came in just a tl,.-e'i v.l on if -ir si l, ,.-, or ti aill..r.I
trifle ahead of the ten pigeons. iel-is fr dt:iighiiul .:icni.atio,,is a,
A Tennessee lady, Mrs. J. Toc le, 'f tC th-ir clianate. anl iihlilitauans;
Philadelppliai, Tenn., lih s ieca utsiilg they tIc lju t u anlet I ,; bin i lder.-, aS
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy f(,r hbei 1111u1er-,n as tA h I-pebbl s i i the ena-
hIaby. wbhois sulject to croup, and says ol shl, a it. lor the s at pu.lt,
it: "I find it just. s good as oun claim it iwacelV an y tore iiili litv I-
to be. Since 1 have had your Cough
Remedy, baby has been threatened with lep:y:i tlie astruitmt0r lor tihe toll i
croup everso many times, but I cotild keeling a vwatclh on :heiri noilioiin.
give him a dose of the Rineidy and it uin!d of c-iiie|,utilig tlieiriorbits. Si,
prevented his having it everyvtime." Hun- that it was with decivlod feeling ot
dreds of mothers say the saine. For sale
by L. M. Ware & Co., St. Andrew and at
B-.hy hea4 and all .nedi.'ine dealer.. |.-a tile r l' ialf" 01 thf letr.ra 1- tuna




th i l.'rt lI \.

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of P'i -,-int-, ironi the Tir-e.
of lr'icntt. from thle Por-t-
f. W illi -x anti Mi.- M;'l .xun.
........ ..... I. o-lard
ring' "IMy Country, 'Ti' of
The e.-"

t I 'li ; ei ii n illm Iii
lit l-ai rte, a ir' c-(.e U. cc
i ci e l \% ith l | :i.- ,I h,\
io at itils. .) a lly, f..r
ill bt ci,\l-W edl.

bliun td ,'!%l -olo.
Q.,oi.th Clark street, about
th cf Mailison, tLero is cn
e of tLe street a coal ole
a ccfiCn. (Origilraily the
Snot iIfl. iDLnt from any other
it was Cf ordiiiary size, aud
with a hexag.iil cover.
ie of ,tjs

-,) by without a single tresh dliscov-
The pa-t two. motiths, lhnrve.'r,
cave each brought a new onptuie;
the first, discovered by M. Charlois,
if the Nice i-bseiH story, on ,IlL 10,
caving no special claims to uaten-
tion But the second, discovered by
Herr -Witt, of tihe Urania oblset vatory,
Berlin, on Augtilt 14, seems to have
so remarkable an orbit that astrorUo-
ners will think t e labor -penit ion
the discoveiv and observation ofL the
father -130 or so of these little bodies
well bestowed, since it has led to the
discovery of this one.
The chief interest in "minor plan-
et" astronoiny has lain in the suit-
ability of sonime of theini for mn:e in tlr.
determination of tlie fundamental
unit, of astronomy, the distance of
lie earth iroinm the sun. Sonie of
lerit collie sufficietilly r tnear earth
every now and then for their distance
to be deterniiiile with considerable
precision. And as the relative dis-
itices of the various planets can be
;i ,ily ascertained, to know to l dist-
iiiL'te ti'i24 i'j1 1 If tiel( e' i, it ki!,w Cliht.
i -l.,, n ,n tl, y f l, 1. L

hut thie minorr planets" as a body
he liedtweir' the orbits of Jnpiter atil
M i L, and only one or two eOvy cattle
iearer to tie sUn ithan the mean
distnnece of Mars. The now planet,
unlike all its brethren, if the first at-
teilipts at tihe calculations of it-s irhit
are to blwyeceived, has its mean di..-
taine froni the miun within that of
Mars, and, traveling in a very eccen-
tiic orlit, will approach tie eaith,
when it is at. its nearest approach to
both earth anid sann at. tlie iame time,
witSiin 14,000.000 miles. It will be
at such times our nearest ineighbOr in
space after the i moon lierself, i; suticil
close oiositl'ills will only occur
nlibout oii e in t ltiirl years. Thel
tinie of revolution of thie ltw planet
is 645 dayy.
Like the oLther "pocket planets,"'
it is ef vety v small. size, say twenty
or twenty-five miles in ainianeter; but
nIt tle occasion of a very close opitio-
sitiron it will shrine n a ixthi nlrig'ii.
tnit le ,.I' the l i I .t- leit' \i-ilci,- Ile

- Florida,

A.... C-A.Y. PrtrP-iM-.'-R. I ME,.,. ". Gr.A.Y, MANAGER

Parties en route for St. Andrews Bay or other points
cG anrrage for coinveynCe at reasonable rates by ad-

dressing, A, J. GAY, Chiiley, Florida.







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Corner of Bayview and Wyomir Aenues on Bay Front.
Glassware. Tiniware and Notions!
\Vl1 it y.m C. n'<, ti,,i at ni [lli.t hlr iS.~i, ci.nit in ,the R A C K E T'
ST 0 RE ndr mil.

Bread, Pies and Cakes, Specialties.
I. -f.tI ).AR ID, I'nIrietnfr.

T ,IF 0. P J

Isthe ,-e c for aP"n-c's. C1Pain&g to and from

ST. A. -d W W BAY.

Rooms Comrfortable! Terms Reasonable!


broken G R -WSi ew a rgJ Oe
ho:0t to IrMr extent. Whiu the stone
was weplaced'by a sheet of iron, the
hexagonal opening was elongated, so
that tlio ape c a coffin was formnid.
Then the iedestr us along South Clark
street had their tliubles.
It is asserted tl t attention was first
called to the omin us hole in tho side-
walk Nbhet a ilanThad his ItL t-,,rniued
by a misstepooh the cover. A number of I
persons witncYred the accident, andi at
the same time noted the peculiar sba-pe
of the cover. .t was nolt long Lefore ev-
erybody seemEl to be aware of the eas-
ketliko fignr6 Now, any cue who I
watchB..ha e rowds that daily pass
along Clatk street, near Madi.son, will
be attracted L their actions when they
walk uear the' coal hole. All the men
keep a safe !stance from the awe in-
spiring objq while the women care-
fully raise ftsir skirts as they walk
shyly awray"from the cover. To the cas-
ual observe these peenlar antics are un-
explainabllt but the men and women
who nre ,n ,laiuted with the history of
the ctUffln 1ipFed cover are too wise to
place theuis lves in the power of "the
evil Eye."--ILi.:ago Inter Ocean.
I write th is;t l 'et ',ou kuniw hla t 1
t ,iti] not ]i,:21 weo lird hn t jij i ilhlii.i
('i .mil, il- ii n 'a Pailn l R lini in ni v lio ii
it -'.,)t fS petl ottl. It does all Iot roi.ir ii-
li. ieoi it tI, ldvai nd iior..--J. R. WA. L 'i-F
W\rall.it c ie la 0I cr.('hiu l, lirlai'a I.-Ci,
rialm is the'. l--t housceh',is linii;im it i.
tihi w.,'rlJ... il i'c.--i.Alu. ll e tIr ric rii.ra-
ti.-r.,, l,;nc I" .iia il. :ia id Iiru i,- i. .c
i -. vy for rri Lrci s I -v i.-1. ing ii bottle
it I M \\'., & t.'-,'s., '*.t i,rli'r c a ,l
i.'. i l, A ld, i.,r it",. n iei li;-,ir, .- ] .,l.: ,'s.

"t '..,l, IE vorv pli .1 -, li! "
'It s a ]11,ill I'". li--nv--i

On Co ,e Pilyalcal Traluining.
It seems to expect that anysys
tema;ti phy I training worthy of the
name v.ill aken up by the mass of
tudeuts on voluntary system. Difli-
dence, inad tence, love of ease, dis-
tracticn in r yny directions, excessive
and r.'orbid votion to study in some,
mere boyish" ziness, ignorance of how
to begin addfiliatural sluggishuess and
vis inertia i nothorswill prevent it un-
less the worilsa laid out and required.
It ought of course to he a part of their
education, nptan accident of their rec-
reation or a passing incident of their
feverish and overwrought thirst for
glory. There is no greater boon for boys
than to bavei their work laid out for
them, and thl word "required" has no
terrors at aT for them, but quite the
contrary, if the work itself is obviously
beneficial. They welcome itk.. Being a
fundamental anti nearly universal need,
physical training should not be the sub-
ject of election,, but should be required
of all except, invalids and cripples, with
election only As to tbhe kind and form of
exercise in ttie large field from which
choice can-belnadao.
The builder of a ten story modern
building may have the largest freedom
of choice as to architectural style, ma-
terial, ornament and internal arrange-
ments aboy the ground, but he can
have no alt native as to his founda-
tions, and t. builders of' our growing
youth or theb'youth themselves should
certainly hav none in the same partic-
ular.-Harvd Graduates' Magazine.

\V'.\ NT rET--Lst I.Ir .L Tu\'.-0rTveIliY
,ier-i'.,c' i lthlis et.Ile to iniann;ge olir bui-i-
li i in I li a uui l al lic.rr ,v' OLlll tif It
1, ai.I ili IOhb o lk li c n ucited at home.
'. l,,r '- "!i T .ti a .-Itr ilu l t'xl,,i ll.-in s ,
--dehitiie, b i Pe, ja*o ir',i''e, 11o less .4i-i
aii v. M i.litlit .I-. It.e rei'tncc-s. Encl. see
.e .ilrt-_ ,4ut -tiptiJ -,n, 'e,,e. Her'bei t

Thie filter l'la nets.
London I imesj
Of ;all Ithe rffmor'ent lel artnti liuitl. 11,

am. .--aa-, . .. ., -'nc; -

' A strictly high-grade Family Sewing
Machine, possessing all modern '
GiuoroIe Eunol to Ibe 1 .
Prices very reasonable. Obtain them
from your local dealer and
make comparisons.

Eredg MunutuclMnocl.
,89 Brcadway, N. Y. BELVIDERE, ILL,


Gilt EUp Barain for mSowon!
Ond hundred and sixty acres tf choice
'F trniiig Laind in the south half of settioit
7, township 4s, of range 13w. Good
Dw rlling House, fIrive Will, convernieint
outhouses, Fine Fruit Orchard o*' Peairs,
Peaches, Plums. etc., and nearly 1,01,0
Grape Vines, all i, I'te ritng. If tak...n
soon willlie sold for
Anild ihe inipro'ii,.m ii' S alouin cio.t a goot
d don It. I'mlii, lilg, *I 'i\'' l'.c 1.111ie ul,'-i,11i1 I hI,
dliei'li. l iii 1. a ig .. 1goi !t iln l -a 'ii-iulr rle t -
diess the IJL'ei. SI Andr .tta liav, Flll
(..i L r I',...' ..i i. e .
One of tiin p,.cu:lii ritie-% of postoffice
rules is that a post mu-ter cannot accept
postage stamps for postage due on let-
ters at destination.
Don't Tobaoco Spit and Smoke our Life Away.
If you wvaut to quit tobacco using easily
and for-ever, be uad e a ell, strong, n.igueLic,
full of nlewv life aid vigor, take No-To-Bac,
the wionder-worter, that, makes weak men
strong. Many gain ten p,,indils in t,'n lays.
Over 400,000 cured. Buy Ni, 'o-Bac of your
tuggi-t, uider gniar.iniee tn tu're, 50c or
i.. Booklet and siunlh ainii:.e-i free. Ad.
rulingig Remedy (o., Cit .-,'< or New York.

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._ THEi SANITAItlUM at Old
'- Tii is offered forrti-nt ai a rnas-
"' l,.tl>, p ivv.-r T lie rv ,id for a ti ue
in y- goo te1:eaiil, io ];lt.-ing lthi iholuse and
fixini ;ip h 11 i.t'e- s.
A lso. iwo '- i i rge-. on l ii ir ipe ave n eiie
east ol )i *.l.e stireet. I
i, r firil' .i, n'liI iitul.ars, pl.l ftl t it
nui' i, it.cu.

For Sale Cheap!
. cii:, i, Tinilr,-d l.: .ils. inlchiding Ripa-
iii In iliu : iin all 1,3i ) nacree: :tiljoinas
.it. AiI li, -r -1. F -., fi'or I o clidt Ontne-
li ii ullniilti. rili,,irL-P el'l Point. Prop-
i-r' ir" 1, .J. Huiit-'hs. Address 1. J.
H i iii.L,. Kiig _,ton, J.,ni k-a.

Ta pIrepared to cut
and deliver them at reasonable rates.
If you need labor with team. call upon
S. V SI;nriPK

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hi i, it i ti i l i h l: I a I
I, ,' 1 tl --, ; rl l ii, i,, - I Pill .

UIilkt-l i' Ar icia Salve.
Tno Pr-,_' .il-e in the world for cuts
n.n .,,.,, I rlers, salt rheum. fever
S'.... .',i. .-l, ,-itI ,-d hands, chilblains,
eorns auind ail kiin eru ;tions, and posi-
tively cures piles, or no pay required.
It is ,5i1.t.it :d to give perfect sAtis-
faction or money refunded Price 25c
pern b)x. For sale by all drii'Yists.



PARRY M FGC.EI ndianapal' .

- w~ W' ~ jtw.mmbamm.

SA rew York Policeman Rewarded For
Catching a Burglar.
Hon. Theodore Roosevelt writes an
S-re -- -Aticle entitl-d "The Roll of Hunor ,f
-- 1the New York Poiice" for TheCeunury V
SMr. Roosevelt ,ays:
-- Early in our terwN we prc.noted ; I t-
trolman to the grade of roundsmu a i r
"' tivity in catching a burglar ur r
hli'l-.Mty Lt'<. .... rather peculiar circumstances. I hup-
pened to note his getting a burglar onue
T I l 1'. W V' trWeek. Apparently he had fallen into
the habit, for he got another the nt .t
SRICES CUR R E N T week. In the latter case the burglar e-
G;ROCERIES. eaped from the house soon after mid-
Zgai,. lb Tea, uP th night and ran away toward Park ave-
r'ai ,ial: itd ...;.. .i He No....... 55 aue, with the policeman in hot ch:-o.
Ml'o.-,e,A .. 5.1J Gunpowder.. 40 The New York Central railroad runs
It I'iown ..... 5 Uncol'd Jap. 10-i.U under Park avenue, and there is a
freeC., Cond milk, V can succession of openings in the top of the::
'.reen... 126i12t) Uiatt,'a.10 tunnel. Finding that the' policeman
Arlbuctile. 12-15 Swete,.d .... 8 was gaining on him, the burglar took
d1ac1gelr srip 3 l 2.5 akinlg powder desperate chance and leaped down one
trackers, rixn 10 Ruvall...... .. 5t
.,lacc',,. glg 2A0at(i0 CImphell .... 10 of these openings at the risk of break-
ainis. Ca,.,e, f,'i-iit ling his neck. INow the burglar was
l.od,,ii, i',>leri.8-l I '.i.acli .... 10' i running for his liberty, and it was the
lencia.... 8 Tonaties.... part of wisdom for him to imperil life
tii- ....... 6j Apples........ 10 or limb, but the policeman was merely
SppIles r-ears .. ...... 15 doing his duty, and nobody could have
EFal.o:-nted .. l- I lims......... 101 10 blamed him for not taking the jump.
Dried Peach>es 1 A hpi riot ... .10-0i However, he jumped, and in this par-
tal Oil pr-l..., .15 MSt r l Fasoli-c l ..... 'sine.plle 10- heavy upon the nurighteous. The bur-
Florida Sy iiip .. 40l C:iiined Mecal s
I oney .........I .00 loat Bec f..... 15 gar had the breath knocked out of him,
liiegar ........ 30 Corned Be,.l... 15 and the "''cop" didn't. When hisvictim
.1leese plr tb... 15 Chipped Bleeili- 1S could walk. the .officer trotted him
3utter.... .. 25-30 Lol,.ter ....... -.! around to the station house, and a week
Lard .... .... --I0 Saliion. .. 15 afterward he himself was promoted, it
8enani........... 4 'ianiiLJd 'Yet'.hle- appearing upon careful investigation
,oconnut pkg... III Baked Pean-.... If that be was sober, trustworthy and
Finit P)ddine... I Cori- .... 0- 15 strictly attentive to his duty.
Sellygls, lNi2 .......... IIl Here again it seems to me that. we
Lime in-e. ... i5 l'ii...... 1 followed the eminently common sense
gg, pe r') \1 S 0 N S. plan of prrmc.ting a man who had earn-
tilour 'orit ed his promotion by faithful and dis-
m'iSwan ..2.-5: D. S. pr I...... 7 tinguishcd service and by proved supe.
Majestic .... '2 7, 5BacLi, Sides.....8A rior capacity. We cared no more foi
;orii Mel pI lhti6-).l Fr-esh ..-..... .,10 the policeman's views on the tariff or
rat Meal pr lh.. 5 Br'kf'.-t l:a-onii 11 the currency than we did for those of
,urn pei ihi ....55-60 Harm canvn--evll2i the burglar Our interest and the inter-
'ntatoes Shunialc ...... 10 est of citizens generally was to have the
,Iri'b1... ... 1 .2 Beef officer catch that burglar and otherwise
Swee 0(R75 Fresh ..'..'.. do his duty .If he did his duty, we
alt, pr sa ck. 85 Dried ........ 25 were for him; if he did not, we were
Taile ........ 5 Milk prqt ...... 10 against him. In neither event did we
11 A lilt WA I E. care whether the c.ffT;,-r had or had not
Sails. uer 3i.31.a41 Ax,with handle. 75 the backing of the congressional d(-.li-a
Gtalv wire do.ila6( Hoes, each.... 35a50 tion of thecityor the central committee
.Muiilli rope O.il 2Cpp>r pliiint, can 45 of the county. Of course, as before, thi.-
iove cook,. ..$l- '.,, Linseed oil, gil5,.i t60 exposed us to wild outcries from thi
Pipe, ier joiiit 15 local political bosses and heelers and
DRY GOODS, much sneering at "civil service reform,"
Prints, per yd.. 58 Cbeckel ..... 5a5,' but all the out-cries and sneers meant
A Ieet ilags ... 5a9 Flannel ...... 1.5:.41
luslin 9all Thread pe spool. 5 was that we were doing our duty as de-
ls -...... .t155 S lio-. ladies.l1a2 75 cent men and as public officials, with
l-'ia piaini pat 225 Men's... $i 40ia300- some slight appreciation of what was
MISCELI.-A N i-.OUS.- implied by the words honor and up-
l.,y pr cwt.. TaI.,5 Oats pr itt ...... 55 righrtnes. Political organizations are
Brani........... 1 2' Bivl pr M ..... 13.00 eminently necessary and useful, but
Rno.e Sisl .. 7:'I I.iie pr l ...s 7-) when they are seized by professional
o,'r, ge R ll1 dIT ai r d ., .US spoils j.oliti-cius of low morality, who
Apnl.i.n..i.. 11----)- Waits. ... .. run the "machine" in their own inter-
Leanu. .........i Aliiiili .. 1:a ests, who clamor against honesty and
0I s'i'Lit.S defy decency and rail against that de-
iln s1.tiIl i, .0i)n 1.501 of, -i .I" I;-,. vice frr obtaining clean government
1.1 \E .T 'Ci' K. which is known as civil service reform,
Hii Si.-.< . Ih' '.,it s. Sit n" . ,I,--.., i thcn it is time for all citizens who
3lalirs. .-. ."t,.il, ii ',"-* ..i. .I 13 ... '.Il Li-It e in gvjkd c'ti zu-T hip to rsoe in r,
l ,-n pi li .lt S.I,,e . volt.
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$100 reward. $100.
The re.-ad'r-is ,tf iI pa.i pe r will lie plia' -
ed lI, learn that Tli.rei is :it lea-t untW
dreaded alisease II.l stcia-ne hlas I'-i .
aile to i-lre in all its stager, and that is
Cat rnr'... H[.ll's C: itr. hCure is the only
pasiuire curea L known to the ini.i'al fra-
ternity. Catarrh heiin; a onl ittiul tiinal
disease, requires a cl-aon-titutiin:l treat-
ment. lHali's Catarrh Cure is taken in-
fernally, acting directly upon l lt helood
anid mucouQ surf.iceA of the system, there-
I'v destr vin Ithe fl toundationt of the dis-
ease. and giving the patient strength by
Ituiling up tne ciaustitution and assisting
nature in doing its woik. Thli proprie-
[ors lhave s o much fiilh in its curative
powers that they otTer One Han-iri]. Dol-
latr for any case that it f;tils to cure.
F. J. CHENEY & Co. Tuledo, 0.
Sold hydlruggiats.
Price, 75c pe, hot tle.
Hall's Fluiuilv Pills arei tl. I'estl.

Lincoln: Yon, mnay deceive all the
peopid part of hlie lime, atid part ,il
thie people all theio liu, Lut not all
the people all the time.

A Considerate Rertor.
The rector of a small country parish
In the midlands had lived among his
people a simple, unobtrusive life,
which had endeared him to the hearts
of those who knew him. In very cold
weather he would invite the congrega-
tion to come and warm themselves at
the stove before leaving the church.
Under other conditions of weather his
thoughtfulness for the comfort of his
flock took a somewhat different form,
and at the end of a half hour's sermon
be would sometimes say, "As the
weather is still so inclement I will, my
dear friends, lengthen my discourse
somewhat in the hope that it may clear
later. "-Coruhill Magazine.

Skin Diseases.
For the speedy and permanent cure oi
better, salt rheumn and eczema, Cham-
berlain's Eye and Skin Oiitintunt is
without an equal. It relieves the itch'
ing and smarting almost instantly and
its continued use effects a permanent
cure. It also cures itch, barber's itch,
scald head, sore nipples, itching piles,
chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and
granulated lids.
Dr. Cady's Condition Powders for
horses are the best tonic, blood purifier
and vermifuge. Price, 2e untz. Sold by

S'r iriici i .1'.I thli, 1. li yous vote
al.,i.'., .ia-.l .i ) c. li,' i-i thie sweet

Sl.-.,i i.,-n that yout vtoa is never

The Smallest Electric Motor.
What is said to be the smallest elec-
tric motor in existence was made to be
woru as a scarfpin by D. Gordin, a jew-
eler and watchmaker of McKinney, Tex.
Comph-lte it weighs I pennyweight 8
grains. The front of the motor is of
highly polished gold, and the commuta-
tor segments are also of gold. Viewed
from the front the motor presents only
a gold -aprearunce. The field magnets
are made of two thicknesses of No. 22
sheet iron scraped down and polished.
These are held together with gold screws
and wound with No. 28 silk covered
wire. The armature is of the four pole
type and is wound with No. 86 wire.
The little brushes are of hammered cop-
per and are, of course, very thin. There
is a small gold switch on a black rubber
base, made with a pin, to be worn on
the lapel of the vest. A small chloride
of silver battery, carried in the vest
pocket, furnishes current for the opera-
tion of the little machine. The motor
runs at a very high speed, and its bum.
ming can be distinctly heard by any one
standing near the wearer.-New York
Pat's Reasoning.

Says a writer in the Manchester
"A lady of my acquaintance who is
a proprietress in County Galway is in
the habit of receiving ber own rcnt4.
One day, when a tenant farmer had
pleaded long and unsuccessinlly for an
abatement, he exclaimed as he handed
over the money:
'Well, my lady, all I can say is
that if I had my time over again it's
not a tenant farmer I'd be. I'd follow
one of the learned professions.'
"The proprietress gently replied that
even In the learned professions there
were losses as well as gains, and per-
haps he would have found professional
life as precarious as farming.
"'Ah, my lady, but how can that
be?' replied the son of St. Patrick. 'If
you're a lawyer-win or lose, you're
paid. If you're a doctor-kill or cure,
you're p-aid. If you're a priest-heaven
or hell, you're paid.' "

ERYWi-ERE for "The Story of the
Philippines" by Murat Halstead, com-
missioned by the Government as Official
Historian to the War Dopcrtmeiit. The
book was written in army camps at San
Fr in'.isco, on the Pacific with General
Merritt. in the hospitals it Hononlu,n
in Hong Kong, in the American trenches
at Manila, in the insurgent camps with-
Aguinaldo, on the- dock of the Olympia
with Dewey, and in the roar ot battle at
the fall of Manila. Bonanza for agents.
Brimtul of original pictures taken by
government photographers on the spot.
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A l ruesi, 1. T. Barber, Soc'y,, Star In-
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How to Find Out.
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I\o .11 \ia '-1 r :1id 1 ],, it .trand tv.', o !ry-fiiur
hu l ; ;t -a iliati--it --.ttling indicates
ali n tlnlu ,i i tiIn i. of i o I i..lneys:
ii I t. -.[aL. a r t i,., i .i .,un mdication
.1. inmu .r., u:,,. t,,, 1,.-,1 1., ,li de_.sir.
11 .~.a- ai i .ai ii, t .e hack i-. alo
cont i-,na.- I r.--f that the kidneys and
[.i u: i'- di l it u it il Ul'Jer.
11llat to Do.
l' -'re i- a *iimf-i t in the knowledge
-,.,It.l x ,ir-s.,'-.l, that Dr Kiliner's
S S-'.ar(p It-,,t, the great. kidnn-y reme-dy,
fllill a:'.ve'y wish iin curingy rheum ,a-
tisin. l.n-i 1 ln I ..iv:k. ki.ine\s, liver.
l.,.,ii. '- ,;., 1 .'\','\ p.irt, o f irin, ary pas-
-,_,- S. Ii ,en,r,--:c. inability to hold
v.ati.-r andl scaldiini p.in in paisitii it,
u,, bad alfect- flli' niflr u-c of liqc'.o,'.
wine or beer, Uial o\-e'-om5es that 7iln-
pleasant nee-soit \ of )ing, compelled
togooften d'iiia- the day anrtd et lia
mruany tim.- dairinz th-: night. Tht-
mild and lhe extr'irdinarly elf'cs:-of
SwampRi-,t i-n,,m irealizedl. It. stT. (ds
the'highest for its wonderful cures of
the most aintr:-.-'inig cas-e. If yoio need
medicine you sl. uld have the- best.
At ,ino-'gi-t- flfiy cerlts or one dull a-
You may have a sam-,le bottle and a
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sure and trientisna that you .re.ad lhi .
eivel.uS ).t inl theS'.. Atnrrws- fTovT

Mulberry Sellers.
One day while Mark Twain and
Charles Dudley Warner were walking
together they huppenud to begin a dis-
cussion of the modern novel, and one or
the other suggested that it might be a
good plan to burlesque it. Later while
joirnLying together to Boston this sug-
geast ion took definite shape, and on their
return the work.was begun, one au tr
writing a chapter, the other taking ip
the threads of the story the next day,
and both critically examining the result
each evening and asking the opinions of
their wives as to the success of each
stage of the undertaking. Finally they
collected all the manuscript, of which
there was too great a quantity, and
jointly condensed it. It was owing to a
suggestion by Mr. Warner that the
chief character in the tale was called
Colonel Eschol Sellers, and -it is a fact
that the man whose name was taken-a
man supposed to be long dead-made a
fiery demand for satisfaction, visiting
Hartford for that purpose. In later edi-
tions of the story the name "Eschol"
was changed to "Mulberry."-Ladies'
Home Journal.
A Narrow Escape.
Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada
E. Hart, of Groton, S. D. "Was taken
with a bad cold which settled on my
lungs: coinhI- set in and finally termin-
ated in consumption. Four do -titisP
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short time. I gave myself up tn oN
Savior, determined that if I s,-aii mt.i
stav %t irt my friends on earth, 1 w.uild
meet myabsent ones above. My hui-
band was advised to aet Dr. Kinug's
New Di-covery for'*o 'a-'Umitioin. (.out.h-h
and clle.< I gate it a trial, t.Iok in all
eight ,.rtil. s. It hisi cui-ed me, andi
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were famiousayearsago-tbr-hr fame
grows every year-as the seeds
tioMt 1t0 be relied on-as always
.1iLe best. ror saie By leading
atdwi-ra tverywheip. Five cents
IuIt on baVing lthem. -IeHun
pno rpsk- a uy nFerry's.



The Typln alt -.cal1 a Nce-er the Sp ndid
Villain, of IRooCe.

realism which has t:ka' police the
higher class of titiun .'ul.l d..se d al-
so t_ thl-. I.w tr, it w,-i;,l ,, f:r t yard i'.# the 2
the c,'rre,-t a:,. of .1nu i i.-'Iw, h bale l in Then pr . t. 1. L neys.
theextr.-mIn to thiusanudsof young yves. In the Gh Oh-.,
But unhappily such a reform is i pos- Then prl' ab!y the lungs.
sible in the very nature of things, r in In the Jol-nts?
proportion as fiction becomes t to Tuen probably rheurcatitm.
life it takes rank with the higher er, ,o matter where t i;, r,. what
and thus passes beyond the chl of kind youreed re i, no nger
readers by whom it is most moe tkind; you eed have it no longer.
For this evil influence of low sn. It may be an hour, a day, or a
tional literantre the newsp-ipper" "u t year old; it must yie!d to
share the responsibility with the r-ap
novel. A splendid illain ix al, s a
more interesting character than Isfs- 5
gusting brute, so whatever uart [U or
fortune may have dIne to fta.vr a Ii-
inal is usually grossly ExcaL_."--ratr. jQt
he haplpiis to possve.-some-lin-s -. per-.
son, grace of mnauinner or intelli ce
above the cmmion u his las., rL ,L)

desc-rittinus oaf hi- beauty, r.Atii en e d e
and intellect, and even v'litor r, hs
cell are alit to Lbe so h'ypuotizedi tiy eir
reading anO their own lancy that py
fall to discover the exaggerntion
The typical rascal is ne,.r tr, ro
that r.-niuuee. whether in the diiie- v. 2 r
el or thle uiewslapr. [r, pictuite Il 1
intelligen':e is, as a rule. ,f a nvel
order. confined to keeness a 8 Imnmediazely afterr.pplying it yntn
niug. wvhiLih act in theio narrow cir of felnit .othing,r armin: strength
fcemng i ,vc.;.--r.
first preying upon hi victims an i n it quiets congestion; draws out
-try4&4t---cUtwi.J3Uutio. -( U -ttWia-nr ---(
with the intelligence which w I kV r I 3 3- r lSC'f .
good. lls c:,u-urage is geuerallf gr tly[[ ne ,'a" cr.
overestimatod. He r-rely hfit t ex pt | A new combir.ftion of ne-v
when he has the oel h.:iLi':Eg ad ; rem, di;e. iada after r,_wv
tage or when he is driven tito a r- neth,.'s. Entirdy unlhko any
ner His mniguaninnity anil aui.bi try other plaster.
-qunlities e-p,[ciallv cr-,iitcdi t-) i'm The Triumph of Modern Medical
by writers Mid ri'adtrs ct the low ro- I ien ctedro
manic schoct-l--are LI s Th' y are no I 'fThe PerfecteJ Pro.lact cr years of
mantic school-are t.jyths Tb-y are no Pat,:nt Toil.
part of his business. save as they serve Plaod over the chest it is a
to cloak hLis vill.iy Pur, s.lf-shuoess powerful aid to Ayer's Cherry Pee-
or at beost phy.,iwal teuierameniit is at i toral in the treatment of all tqt
the bottoin Lit his gooid humt: r, appqrinc and lung affections.
geierisitLy and eveu his falLily'Ahlc- Pls-ed over the stomach, it stops
tion, for when the crucial t .t ,.* -I he nausea an.I vuniting; over the
will sacrifice ant-o.lcy aniii, everybodW to bo-wels. it controls cramps and colic.
elf Th l hur ao Placed over the small of the back,
self Tho proverb:,al "huor aung it removes all ,,ngestion from the
thieves" holds good only t,, a cert-mui idneys and greatly ,n rengthe
point The momn it bcc,. er kidneys andgreatly Frengthens
point The incmenter it bccrua isjear Cweakness.
tbat no advaut..g.--, dirc rc r itdiirect, For sale by -.ll Druggiats.
remains to the in. ivilMals 't tho gu, J. C. Ayer Co., Luowell, Mass.
the vaunted hunor is thrown > t,. tho
winds, the gang dtisbands. och olair.h-
es what he can trcmn the wrc:k of. their o
common tortu upon his formntr pals wvit uno r) nire0or.- Tbe population of the island is ma
punctiou tn he tLrl in pr.,i:i upt Up of several racs. On the coast o0
the rest of the world.-bLdwardl C finds a mongrel blleud cf Ariabs and n
Jackson in North American Rei.vieo. grues. Among the a.ninntains the vi
lagers are LcLu-.in pure and simple
A Rat catcher's Story. with chocolate c:!...rtd skins and han
There are trick- in all trades, r.nd some features. Lut, t::.tn as whole
prol-ably as many in that. of theo pr.':-- the inhabitants of cLotra do not ii
sional rat catcher as in any oth,' liOW. press one favorably. They are extremn
According to the story oft a mani who y greedy, and "robpf.ah" is wo:
has miada a barrel of money that scarcely ever out of their mouths. TI
business, but who has Since drifl in- rnper- has oust-d the ..ld M;uia Thrre
to other pursuits, it was oucr ea er to dollar from this ithjud. as from olh
make a living catching rats tlt by ari-ntal countries, I .t the islanders a
running a shell game at a coun fair. noCt yet aecu-tosMod to the use of t]
- "I used to use ferrets for the termi- smaller Indianu curency, and often loo
nation cf the rodents," he sa "and ed askance at the 2 anna pieces we c
when I received an order t lear a fered them for milk or butter. On
warehouse of the pests I always 'sisted once during our stay did we meet wi
that the pay should be gauge b the any real gcnercsity or hospitality, ai
Number of rats killed at so n PW that was trom au aliEU, a merchant
heand. T rarridr the ferrets jB bii, t i -



wooden box, with a falea bttt a e to thoe unhan.py traveler wbose-
secret drawer underulM* .emonei e out in c.'l:cfra, or to the
four cr fil:- dozen live rats b still Wmu r hapless marinur cast rtpon
ing out, let the-m ruu Icone up a these shores without any po;-a,,sins.
ing the place to be rid of rod .. The sultan, it, is true, receives 90 a
then free the ferrets. Of cou ,w, year from the Britishh government and
50 or 60 rats running around loo; th is required by rf-aty to befriend Eng-
wag alwaysagreat slaughter, an mer lishmen who may be v.reckod on this
times the ferrets would kill ne y i1 coast, but the abominable trutintut we
the rats I ti.ned free. In thi 'ay I received at the hands of this n;an and
was always sure of receiving haa Som0 avaricious ruler would not lead cne to
renmuinration for an cveniug'swvk -u p- expect much in the w.y of generosity
on the prsentatcou of the carosseLsto tovardlpoororpenuilessou.tcaiats. When
the parties who employed me."- Phil- we wished to leave t:e island before the
adelphia Record. change of the m(-.uscou had cut off all
: e l possibility of such a thing, the sultan
.: The ig l ., prevenutd any boat from making a bar-
li-ir, ilhe ii-er robs hliisel!; theli inil- gain with us, in order to force us to
le w\- iyv i- jitice to unis-ve.s .a..i employ his ov u dhow, for the hire of
,tIi.e. which lie demanded the outrageous sum
Sof I10. We ultimately secured the
-- ------ .wretched buggalow ior 50,an extortion-
\W\ANTED--sE-SEV .AL IP r.L'aTrwoTBaY ateprice.-LouRgmuan's Magazine.
persons in this state to manage oua:lrusi-

ness in their own aind nearlvh.counties. It
i. mainly office work conducted at home.
Salary straight .$900 a year and expenses
define, lie, Ionaide, no more, no less sal-
arv. Monthly $75. References Enclose
-elf-andressed stamped envelope. Herbert
E. Hess, Prett., Dept M., Chicago.

Geo. S. Hacker & Son,


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Building Iate al.
lWindow and Fftncy il UIS a
Divorce Notice.
First Judicial circuit of Florida--C circuit
Court o 'WaBhinigton Co'unty. 0
James E. Taylor couilaillant, vgIAmelia
V Ta lor defendant-Iill for t-ivorce.
It is ordered that the defoinlad Ame-
lia V. Tavlor, appear. plead, answ Tror de-
munr to the hill filed in tins cae ,.onthe
14th day of January, A. D., 1'- 9
This or. er to be piihli-hed f'., period
of five consecutive weeks in Ii St-. An-
drews Buov.
Done and ordered this the 1 dh dav of
Decenim er, A. i. 19 in t' iui n I \er-
non, Washmngton Co., Fla.
W. B. LA SiTrcr,
Chlik of the Circuit vourt,
W. 0. IBUTLER Washiigton (o., Fla.
Complainant's Solictitol.

Ft. Andrew's by Wardrobe.
The tiny churchyard of St. Andrews-
by- Wardirobe hans many associations. It
is even Shak:sp(arean. In his last will
the poet left a house iu the parish to his
daughter, Susannah Hall, "situate, ly-
ing and being in Llackfriars, in Lon-
don, n-ruo the Wardrobe." "But why
Wardrobe?" will be asked by such as
remember Betsy Trotwood's "Why
Rookery?" In a palace built in the four-
teenth ccutury by Sir John Beauchamp..
the siinao- whose tomb in St. Maul's
churchyard became the resortWK the
dinuerless, who believed it to be that
of the good Duke Humphrey, Edward
III deuositcd all the old court clothes.
Gods Prerfect Floweri.
A littl- girl who make the stems of
artificial flowers fot a living was Senit
to the conutry by a benaievclet woman.
On the day of her arrival the child was
taken into the garden. She marveled'
at the growing prns-ies. She felt of
theirr p-tals and sniffed i.scredulonsly
at tho purple and golden blossoms. "I
never knuw that. they were 'reel' flow-
ers." she said. "I didn't know that
velvet could grow." A giant rosebush
in full bloom was greeted with: "Ain't
they lovely? They're much better than
Felice could make, and she's the best
band in Fleurette's factory."
She picked a rose and carefully pull-
ed it apart. "I'm going on flowers next
year, but I wou't make roses like this.
They don't, give you time to atik 'ema
together this way." The benvolent
woman thought this a good opportunity
to awaken the child's soul and pointed
out the why and wherefore of the rose's
perfection. The child sighed when she
had finished and said simply, "I should
think he'd be angry when he sees the
flowers they make at Fleurette's."

The Sure LaGrippe C:'re.


3D .5E1 .A-. T 7:-41 IR

Drtugs, Medicinles, Faincy Tolet Articles

I Handle no Quack Nostrums,

DR. J. J, K ESTER, M. D. DBrue ist.

Captain, JAs. E.CLARK. .

255 Tons Burden. Fassenger Cap' city 0

Mobile to .St Andrews Bay and 5 00 St Andrews Bay to Apalachioola.. 2 50
SApalachicola.........7 00" Caabelle....;3 00
Carraiell. ............. t, Apalachicola tn Carr ibelle..:.... .;
5th, 1tAh and 25th at7 p.m...........Mobile. .12th, 2.1 and 24 .a;
7th, 17th and 27th p.m... St.AndrewsBa...11th. 21t and Ist a.m.
8th, 18th and 28th a.m........ Apalachliolhi..... .llth, 21st and l a p.m,
9th, 19th and 29th a.m...........Carrabello.... 0ih, 20th and 30th foot

Connects at Apalachicola with steamers up Chattahoochee Rivbr. At
Carrabelle with '. T. & G. Railroad for Tallahassee.
For further information, freight rates and special rats for large parties
Address, CAPT. oAS. CLARK, Mobile, Alnbnuta.


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bh1 0t|S.W~frth ,traveller.
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Zi Zag ourneys, and for -4 yearawei
edsor oYouthsm Cgompaalon.
Bishop Hale Leighton.
Ralph Broughton, M. D.
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The Duchess D'Arno.
M. Gonchon, (France)
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Theodore Mansafeld, B.'A.
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are -ruaranteed to cure or price refund- payment of $1.20 secures tho two present-" v itihut ; l(.i ii:al cost. Send Or rInL
edt. .For .sale at ai,. drug stire, otly 50 yoatr money and mention that you want tl.e prt-sue to. astdi .-tiL'rc t'.. antag4
.-.-it ) a ottale. of this great offer Addrets i t.1-: RL'OV. St. AddrewF F .

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And Dealers in

Northern and Western Produce, Liquors, Cigars,
Sole Agents for the Wm. J. Le.mp Brewing Co. and Dupont's Gunpowder
15-17 Commerce St., and 14-16 Front St., MOBILE, ALA.

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


Millers ard GrainU ,B alelrs
154 to 164 N. Commerce St., MOBILE., Ala.



0. TOiPKINtS & CO. ;

Ruugh and Dressed Lumber of All Grades.s

SlrTerms cash or endorsed notes, l



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
Er-amine his stock and GET PRICES.

Pays the Highest Price for Green Salted ALIGATOS HIDES.


Hortic ltural a id Iproyvlfnt


The purpose of this Company is to Improve the Country adjacent toS t.
Andrews Bay and to
Develop its Resources as a Fruit-Growing Country.
It accomptishL this the Company proposes to Sell Lands in tractsof Two-
*ad-a-half and FiveAcres to such parties only as will improve them by the
Erection of Houses. Fences and such Permanent Improvements as will enhance the
,alue of each tract so disposed of, and particularly to
Plant them out in Trees, Plants and Vines.
ro the end that in the shortest practicable time every such tract shall be a
Source of Revenue to its Owner.

The first question which will naturally be asked will be: "Is this CoGun-
pany reliable"? And the answer to it is: Any person employing the Company
to make improvements may deposit an approximate payment of the estimated cost ol
the sauie with any responsible business man or firm doing business on the Bay or in
Bank at their own home to be paid over only when the Company shall satisfacto-
rily show that the improvements have been made ccordingto agreement.
Thire Company will not only improve and plant, but watch and care for
all property entrusted to its keeping.guarding against forest fires, dishonest pilferers
for dam-iges from any cause possible to be prevented.
From a careful estimate of the probable expense and income of a fruit
plantation in the St. Andrews Bay country a few figures arc given:
Price of an6 per acre,asay $25 to $50; cost of clearing, say $20; -ost'ofplanting Ist
year, say $30; cost oi cultivation each year thereafter, $2-JJ.
It is not extravagant to estimate that a 1-acre vineyard will on the third
year, if properly cultivated, yield $200 worth of fruit and of peaches nearly or quite
the same, while figs should do even better than that. Then, though perhaps a little
longer, some of them, in coming into profitable bearing may be named pears, apricots,
neetarines, plAums, prunes, mulberries, olives, Japan persimmons almonds English
walnuts,Japar. chestnuts, pecans, and many other varieties of fruits and nuts. which
*re almost certain to flourish here; while oranges and citrus fruits, though not con-
sidered certain yieldlarge reihrns oftener than they miss
The Secretary of the Company will give particular attention to an-
swering ettera of inquiry, and the Buor will in its answers to correspondents an.-
swer all questions asked it,
'IR E M E M B E R the Company Lainds will be sold on Easy
Terms of Payment; but improvements must be paid for as satisfactory proof is given
that the work has been performed. CORR B ES.POND ENCE .SOLICITED.
Address R. E. HOWARD, Sec. W. A. EMMONS, President.
St. Andrei s Bhy, Fla.

If yon need FUINITUREiof any kird, call oii


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




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inpiovenient in his playtlling.w.--"
The digging bore its f1iTt, hbut Io
fur the e-irichineint of thie ninte
.That wts a thing which gave hii
little concern. As sonie timies1 I
those who dig in tha right siot an
who dig long enough. Maik strue
it. Under the dirt was quartz, a ii
in tie quartz le found a angget
bright sheets of gold mixed wIith tl
creamy paleness of the quaitz. It w,
what Maik had been hunting f&
He had not made his foitime in tl
prospect hole. He wasn't thinking
of that, and if lie had been lie won
have been discouraged, for his ring
get did not "weigh mole than a Ie
dollars. But with his treasure 1
knocked off work and hurnied awa
to the home of his playmate. Wit
an air of the utmost satisfaction. I
gave the lump of rock and met
with the explanatory lemar
"There's something for the baby
cut her teeth on."
It was not easy to steer between
the danger of hurting the feelings
the miner by neglecting his gift ai
the other danger ot cutting lthe i
by's tender month to shreis with tl
jagged specimen. After a full e
planation lie felt that all his toil w
not entirely wasted when the nm tlh
sent the nugget to be mounted, as
pin. The teeth came through ti
gums with a less rasping implernen
and good temper was restoredI
Mark's playmate. They were goo
chums until Mark drifted away fio
the Sonora mines, which was not u
til after the girl had grown lar
enough to travel around the can
seated astride his neck, clinging
his long hair, while he, fearing th
i night be too slippery a hold fori h
gripped her ankles on either mdle
his neck. The pin, with its a suci
tions of childhood, was long cherish
ed until not long ago it fell, ii
with other portable property, ir
the hands of a Brooklyn burglar.

ERYWHERE for "The Story oft
Philippines" by Murat Halstead, co
missioned by the Government as Offic
Historian to the War D=pertment. T
book was written in army camps at S
Francisco, on the Pacific with Gener
Merritt, in the hospitals it Honolnl
in Hong Kong, in the American trench
at Manila, in the insnrgent camps wi
Aguinaldo, on the d.ck of tlie Olvmp
with Dewey, and in the roar ot baltic
the fall of Manila. Bonanza for agerii
Brimful of original pictures taken 1
government photographers on Ithe spe
Large book. Low prices. Big protit
Freight paid. Credit given. Drop i
trashy unofficial war books. Outfit fri
Address, 1?. T. Bnilier, ee'v.. Star Ii

ark Twain, the Nugget and
the Baby.
Out ini the "Southern Mines"
Iich being translated out of the
iliforlia l tb eel\ into tlre I.gii .r1ige
the gcogalphies, ineans Sunora, in
ouluinne county, a baby happened
a tlie nieian pciild utf time Samti
lenmeiis had lin, yet become Malk
waini, lint he was stopping off alld
i it Lh Jim Gillis on Jackass H1ill
nd iezily tmaneuvering alter gld.
e did not find too iliuci gold, bill
e did collect the raw material of the
nliping Frog uf Calaveias and othi-
r things which paid better. When
his particular baby camie on the
serle f Mark Twaia's labors, tile
lie miner was interested. It Ian
ot so much like work to call and .ee
ie baby as it was to giuib over the
ravel. He could satisfy co" science
y cairyinlg the tools of tile niiier'.-
rade, and their pieseirce male hiin
eel the thrill of industry as lie Ilay-
i with the baby until the titne caLne
)r thle baby's mniothler to ak hiini t
ave bnitethling to eat with the ain-
v. Then after dinner it was tod
ate to begin a day's woik, and he
oulel i.lay with tite baby until in
he late afternoon Iie strolled back to
ackass Hill and Jim Gillis.
After a time the baby grew peev-
ih, it cried too much and was no
onglt the agreeable playtnate. Tihs
worried Mark. He awv there wa,
something wrong with the baby, and
his symnipathliv was so great for his lit-
It "playmate that he worked le.-,
han ever. When the mother told
him what was the tiouble-that the
little girl was teething. and that ii
was enough to make anybody crost
-Mark went wild with unwonted in
dustry. He may not have know
nuch about babies since he took t(
mining, but out of thile dim past I
lid recall some faint memory o
what should be done for the relief o
Children when the teeth were corning
Instead of loafing around his prospect
lie vent to work with zeal and tliroe
up such'a heap of dirt from the hol
in the ground which representeild hii
available fortune that his frieiiiis o
Jackats Hill began to have fears fu
him, working so much out of his liin
As ile days passed on Mark pick
and shoveled; lie looked in to e,. ho
the baby, was getting on, and lie pir
served his gloomy air as lie s.,w ii




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Mysterious' Providence that
SGuards Children,. Pools and
"l- Driunkar'ds.
Srtludand Oregoniani.
Yeblteri'dy a s a mighty hot day,
t tlhe're was one man who didn't
_Lhe Scfijchir.g Iii i any mire-
:ill ie dilI the loss of respect of hit
Iow men. Don ii at the Northern
cific freight ihoise ever )bnly was
Lot weather raiment-what there
s of it-!fuming and tnnttering
Sdelictiuns on the weather man.
o y-onng men, well dressed, but in
itate of be.astly :ntoxication, stag-
red down the middle of Hoyt
'eet. One of them tumbled oyer
,ugsile 'a pile of telegraph poles in
t-of.. the freight house, and was
9 on fast asleep with his head on the
I hlit stone", and his face up-
l'edl t to Ie IliiNteri,,g stn. Tile
J her diunken man staggered on.
_r'eatits piasd and repa.sseil, but
It ,i1e st'lI'ppl d to lift up the sleeping
in lie officialss and the clerks
Sre woi king hard. They had all
hi ,r il when they wero boys at Sun.
d school about tle man traveling
t c ,eiicli,) who fell amtnonlg thieveM,
an ,l how the rich and induential cili-
z saw thie mar. in the ditch, but
eil on. The officials and the
ci ks and the warehlio'le ,people saw
i]i I man, but !i ,rc' they had gone

S .Luminious Suegar.
Their are lpheniomienla attending
ihe for atioi of crlyztlls which aie
appear I ly quite distinct fIo a clienii-
cal ac ii, ays '1'The Lancet. When,
for ex pile. a hot saturated so;tiiiii
I,f ui i i ius acid is a lloned to cool
lie a of c ryt alizatiui is acconila-
1110,1 a dashof light Aseach ciye
tali fii s there is a short, sharp glow.
iudic iIg uhe release of a certain
ainoiiut uf latent energy in thi efornii f
light 'Ialiition. A related pielnonil-
eli -iofill :,:iern to be the caae
w wo .iitees of canei sugar aie
,lmij eiru Lbbed together. Thli flash
i" Pli .ctl distinct anid blu.h-whive
in ci the light extending inttu the
.is hice itself' fai below tile sin Iace.
Stiitiitel ct.rfinug oxperiie t on li iihi
Iliar station lirv ieccently be, n
uiiia y' Mr'. Johin Buike, M. A., the
resi of w'h ichl were o iiniiinicaOe i
to i-'recent lueeling ol the Briti.ih
Aqs' atijon of Iieuce at Briktol.
By 'uliting dibks of loaf sugarr Oil
a I l uln' p r,.."j ciiu a iiiinuier oil
t~h/ ,. tiltg c' Ullace-M. i mt c.A- -
tiniit us luminosity was obtained..
TIt wear .ig away of the snigar is
L Jnteil satl for by arranging a gail
all pproa Jl> of thile piece to the hani-
rier'in exact accordance with tilhe
amount of sugar scraped away. Ini
thisway the speetrnin has been ob-
served aini photographed. Fiunli
thieso observations it would a;ipear
I that the lumini,.ity cannot be dui
to the particles ol sugar beconi ng
i ledjhioit or white hit. by the inipacit.
I lie hdication being that the light
,i'pronced is due either to some change
I in tlie cor.flAgralion of thile ciytala ol
s sugar or to some sort ot chenli(ld
- actin sect up between thie sugar and
i th i liirounding air at the fie.hlily
o Iliinled sn I Tlie fact, howeveri,
e that tile i'rrotiniding ineitilm does
f not aneni to aflect either Ithe color' o
f intensity of the luminosity ,uggebt-
Stlitt the effect is nrot due to arny in-
t riuence of a chemical nature of the
Shit i roundriding inedinma on the sugar',
e ibut iavrs ilie foriner hypothesis that
s the liiuninoiily is diue to some struck
n tur' dis.tunibance in the sing-r itself
ir Tlhi .ngenious andi pretty study is
e. burii't pnruiied furtlier auil the result
i, slionlt leaui u ome intei-estiiig ob-
w{ h.ri." ioii5. Liglit ;s o iltioi a nman
e- ti ihiou ofl p1y.-ical e.iinge that ir
i0 i. aible hi.nle ly we ,i. tll ,,wii,
St10 J i' n1 pr. li t
ot 1.to. l iri ut.'ui, inm lt'hi >illl,.fe ", au,
r". 'le!l{;IIi.,v waay thaii Llb ai[is at

Sillk Worm ot tuIe Sea.
S"NeYork Herald.
S i .i., o tiin i l frni tile chillfishl
i knh ',a as I", li,,,,.: (,ilyt iidae)
I which is f..nii l in thie M,..elilerranecaii
l ''l i rihellii lit has o the power of slpi
1' a vit-cil ilk whirph in Sicily .
SniaTh e iinta e ith l. 'r aing l very lian i
h soii? Isduirie. The tilk is spUn by thi
og ,apelldih i'n tie 'li instance, for th,
hi iirt.o e lit" .a'uacliug itself to thi
gi" aocks. It i able to gunid te hedli
" te filiineilts lo tie proper place ant
it there glue lthem fast, and if they ari
y cut away it can reproduce them
tih The material when gathered (whicr
he is done at high ti.le) is washed ir
a, soap and water, dried, st ightene.

to fi6iuya yielding about three ounce
,of fin thread, which when spun is o
eli a lovely bur iihed. golaet browi

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

-' 50 YEARS'

Anyone sending a sketchaand descritiOn may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
invention is probably patentable. Communl.-
tions strictly confidential. Handboo on Patents
sent free. Oldest agency for securinmgatents.
Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive
Special notice, without charge, in the
$cintlfic JInKMrica.
A handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest cir-
culation of any scientific journal. Terms, $8 a
ear four months, $L Sol by all newedealers.
NN & Co 36lBroadway, ew
Branch Office. 625 F St.Washington,D.C.

to spare, ;niiniay t.,r wtulk day, and
ti:i i'i.,iguii'ni ti e iuimany tAWUl ilul It-S-
.LIrS of WA.i llIti.Ui c.
Not .,i%, l,,, -% 1,,Qilh oine Nuoilh-
iii I':,,'iriHc y'U.rlig liian, Tch'gikjhi
Opeirji.ir .\lcNan.lih \ lI, ,, teelrig tlhe
.cI,.'eing i iln, iran with a bulck, et i
culd, cle:in iaLer aril daieli it lull
in tile lace oi the i le elri'. 'lihe u ie
'eeiiied to l eel fi, t r' lie.3 stil tchi '-I
hiiii ll" ; i1 l Uilu lnbcred upronli i ii.sl
,il. Mr. McN:Nughl then g.it .mirire
.ack. awil olL these male a ill., arlid
,Wil ii g arnd leit the runiikard to sleepp
and drearlii.
Presently a cloud of dust arose
anld some hixty loose horses with lour
iitInI iilriii ed, came cantering down
I.i-tstieet on their way to the stock
yvaii.-, antl a. they came up to the
ina it ciret,.heI1 out on the stories each
lioie e .iiifl'cf d aid shied over to tihe
other .ide of thlie street.
Tile drunken man slept on for
tIn iee or l.,iir hiiuis, then got up and
wiil un iib way in his right niind,
- ib, i by lie water and pillow and
aH iin..1 1 iild by tihe horse sense of the
b. % ,\ ho kept sober.

Riclt,.,: P,,verty is the only load
vlicii is ihe heavier the more loved
.1lies thliee are to assist in bearing it.


Satisfactory Cooking Depends largely on
This Trivial Process.
Sallie Joy White lays down these
valuable rules for boiling in "Cookery
For Girls" in The Woman's Home
"For all green vegetables use soft
water, salted and freshly toiling. Cook
rapidly until soft. The time will depend
uipen the age or the freshness of the veg-
"With green peas, shelled beans,
green corn, asparagus, celery and spin-
ach use as little water as possible, and
let it boil av.-.y, leaving just enough to
moisten, a'. tL ins save all the desirable
snluLle matter that may have been
drawn out. Cook cabbage and cauli-
flower uncovered, in a large kettle of
rapidly boiling water, salted and with
a saltspoonful of soda in it; onions,
scald and change the water twice. All
others cook in water enough to cover,
and drain it off after cooking. Green
summer squash, cabbage and other wa-
tery vegetables should be pressed in a
cloth or strainer and well drained.
S "Many people who attempt to cook
are apt to fcrgt that there is a wide
distinction bCetwc'u 'boiled water' and
'boiling water,' and that the freshness
is lost by Ichug oiling, snthbr.t the soon-
Ser water is usr1. after it has reached
the bciliri' point the micre satisfactory
the c L:kiug will be. If watcr stands
after Loiliug, it loses its vitality and
cannot lIe us.-d with gooil results. That
is vhy tea nnd coTe are so frequently
t fiat and lifeless, without sparkle or
flavor; iot Lecause the leaves and ber-
ries are uot good, but because they are
improperly made with 'boiled water'
instead of freshly 'boiling water.' "
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;- l Town is offered for rent at a reas,
j1.onalble price. The rent for a timi
s rnv go towards repairing the house an
fixing op the fences.
Also. two cottages on Loraine avenue
e east of Drake street.
, For further particulars, apply at tih
Buoy oflece.

,For Sae Cheap!
t Grazing Timbered Lands, including Ripa
e rian Rights; in all 1,300 acres; adjoin:
St. Andrews llay, Fla., for two and one.
half miles. Embaaces Shell Point. Prop
h erty of I. J. Hughes. Address I. J
HUGH S, Kingston, Jimaica.

Bay Country.
We have made arangeueuts by
which we can furnish this fine MAP
covering about eighteen miles square
of territory, indclumling the Cincinnati
Company'Ns Tract, also Harrison,
Parker, C'roimantoi, and adjacent
country, for
Or Liver fOr 5 cash vet:ly sui sciiptiois
By the ail of this imap thlie location
lainds purchlatvel of the Cinciiniut
Company can be easily ascertiinieil
or, l:artie. may sen'.l t. $1 arnd their
desot option and we will locate theii
lot4 :iriul reolin the Map byv m;til.
Address THE LUovY,
St. Andrew,. Fla.
For r'sih siil. crii ts, s. we will give' is
a pri'eniimn, I Sechtiin.i Map of the [Bay
country. or I Map of' iIll" th'iv ,4' St. A. n-
dr' 5s. Either r ,nar. old .i riulh fl


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Another Barg"06i hinReal Estate.
TiieNCiibur j pil.1. 2 *11): i I a t.

[i ; I -,-' i I I v: I y 1. 1 L* t1r (If
L. 1 ~ :. qi j, .. 1 t)
pickut. fvnve anid in %~ti't~r,~iLb
andi a labitabit. -,hauiy. ni-rieo$31U0
plart 1v oil tme if deti pd. For ji'at icu-
ar- add ro.ste BUOY'.

f~ ci ceF 11. -i
-CO ;TIPA C'N I0-1, Lin. i r r -. -D
.Av~inann! .;T ,No SUFL21 oi i an U~ T n q!e.W.
y and t, 1,,! E~i eri-i4s. E-rnd I. r list cf ei l
a i i;,t se n I fnatI L, n ~~rCCC101. 1-F C.
MARTI RnY, rez.Paimaist, Lbuateatra,-
Sol atStfAnrews.Bay, Fla.
At Dr. Mitchell's Drug Store.


Of St. Anulrews
and the

Our Clubbing List.
The BU)01 has madc very lbl)eral club-
bing arraingeinonts aith a few of the very
Liest publications in the country and for
the present can send for a whole year
Te BUOY aind
Lelie's Illustrated Weekly for ....$3.0C
Dermorest's I rzine............ 7
Dh troit Free Pr'ess (t ice-a-week
and Year Buvkt............. 1.701
The Fla T. U. & Citizen, daily for $9 05
do weekly, for$1 85
Scienlfife American' I ... 3 50
F.trmer andl Fruit Grower ... 2 .,5
Fio ida Agr'ieulturist ... 2 55
dc clu,- of 5, each ... 2 2.5
Fnrm Jourrnnl, Phila;d'a, monthly 1 10
Cincinnati Enquirer t% ice a week
large pages ca:h issue ..... 1 70
Atl.inIa Conrtitition ... 1 70
N. Y. World (Ihricea weck)....... 1 75
Fur ;ian or either of their aloe public
tiioni ir connection with the BUOY, ad-
i--s. all iordeis to THE bUOY.
Str. Andrews. Fla



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Ship Chanidlry' Salt Fish,


Etc. Etc., Etc

A G ., NT FO It

BaltiBore Tie a Bet Comany.
A LIb O F i' ,

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A Full Line of CaRiioed sGos


mast. FOOS & Cornv any's

Double Acting Force Pump.


St. Anlrews Poultry Yards,
G. W. SURBER, SR., Prop.,
-Breeder of Pure-




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Thi 7k th l'iNt eSt 1:ld inost complete
Hand low for working plaiits in the garden. It
issell-.;iljsiiitble; the weight the block to
1 w ichi tlhe bl.dr, is itiutl4mud kL'epi it iil t ho
0 roum d, ai d Ith depth of plowing is regulated
I'. liftirp the lihandk. s. A boy or girl of ten
ycenrs can handle it ith perfect ease. It has a
\ 4-loeb steel wheel, the height of which makes
the plow light of draft. It has five blades: 1 is
.a turning mold, 2 a shovel, 3 a sweepor weeding
blade, 4 a bull-tontuoe, 5a rake. Wrench
with each plow.
Se have made arrangements b}
'*" > which we can furnish this plow at
.the factory price, $3.75. with


freight to St. Andrews Bay about 75 cents, making the plow, delivered,
$4.50. But the BUOY proposes to do better than tbis and will send the BUoY
one year and furnish oue of these plows complete at the factory for $4 50
puurcliase- to pay freight..
Theplow may be seen in operation at the BijOY Farm at any tkno
AMP* f. *.. lh, w ri la- iv tdroct .

Of theCity of St. Andrlew
Gotten up with g~'at care by thl
pruliiher, who hars .pared no pain
to lirepal u i'or liC p'. lic an map of
St. Adtulrewsi as it really i8. It shuws

Fxteniling eastward liorn Dyer's
t'oint, taking in the Old 'J own site of
St. Anidrews, and gives location of
public business places, p.-ivate resi-
deinces, docks, etc., alac ei ery lot in
each block and the adjoining addi-
tion to the Cinicirnati Company'a
land, with a full dlesi ription of the
' The Map will shew owners of ots
in the city just wLere they are lo-
catel, and is of values to those think-
ing ,f buying p rpe It .
Size of Map 30x50 IncheN,
The BUOY will send this map to any
al.lrebs on t0l3 receipt of
Oi viveT. as a premium for 5 yearly
C.t. h sul scruttiorir.

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