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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: January 12, 1899
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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S31' ANDREWS BAI

First Last, and all the

Time!


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SWasiiltonl Counlt
AN D

West Florida
Against the World,


VOL. VIII. ST. ANDREWS BA'


FLA., JAN. 12. 1S)J. NO. 42.


OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.

UNITED STATES.
Seuators- Hon. Sani'l Paaeo, Monticello,
Hon S. R. Mallory, Pensaeola.
Representatives-- Ist District. S.M.Spark-
man, Tampa; 2d District, RI. W.
Davis, Palatka.
Land Office-lRegister, W. G. Robiineon;
Refeiver-IT. S. Cbublp, Gainesville.
STATE.
Oovernor-W. D. Bloxharn; Secretary of
State. J. L. Jrawford: treasurer. J. B.'
Whitfield; Attorney General Win. B. La-
mar; Comptroller, W. H. Reynolds; Su-
erintendent )f Public Instruction, W.
N, Sheats; Commissioner of Agricul-
ture, L. iB. Womlbwell; Adjutant Go -
.r.l. Patrick Houjton. Tallahassen.
U. 8. SENATO.
First District-S. R. Mallory. Pensacola;
8eeond Dist rict,Samiuel Pasco Monticello.
STATE SENATOR.
Twenty-fifth District--J. B. Clarke, We-
wabithka.
WASHINGTON COUNTY.
Representative, S. M.Robinson,Chiplev,
County Judge, D. D. Melvin, Vernon;
Clerk of Court, County Clerk, Recorder
of Deeds, W. B. Lassitter, Vernon;
Sheriff, C. G. Allen, Chipley; Treasurer,
R. C. Horne,Chipley; Tax Collector, A.
Q. Jones, Vernon; Tax Assessor, W,
B. Gainer, Econfina; Superintendent
of Public Instruction, W. L,, Locky;
Chipley; Surveyor, Thos. Collins, Chip-
Icy.
ST. ANDREWS.
Justice of the Peace. W. I. Singleterry;
Notary Publics, W.A. Emmons, C. H.
Crippen; Deputy Circuit Court Clerk.
W. A. Emmons: School Directors, R.
F. Brackin, W. I. Singletary, L. M.
Ware; Post Master, L. M. Ware
HARMISON.
Postmistress, Mrs. M. B. Jenks.
PAVKKR.
'ostnaster and Notary Public, W. H.
Parker.
PITTSBURO.
?ostmistress, Mrs. Hasselborg.
ANDERSON.
Postmaster, S. W. Anderson
GAY.
Postmaster, Mrs. R. Gay.
BAY HEAD.
Postdittater, Martin Post.
FARMDALE.
Postmastes, H. J. Johnson.
W VTA PPo.
Poptmistress, Mrs. Dyer.
W 'ST BAY,
Postmaster, P. N. Hutchinsou.
COOK,
Postoffice on Laird's Mill Bayou.

.AIIItouN COUNTY-CaoBMANTON.
ultaries, E. Mosher, Frank Hoskins,
l'ostma.ter, ,W. M. Croman; Coun
t'y Cinommissioner, H. M. Spicer
Deputv Clerk of Cumtitl. S. T. Walkley-
Lt EL1- I () U S.
Methodi'st-Cburch cor. W abhiingt" ,ave
and Chestnut st-Rev. L. G. Gunn,
pastor. i'reaching at 11 a. ni. and 7:30
p. i. every alternitte Sunday.
Y.eP.rS.C.E.-Prayer meeting at the
Presbyterian church every Sunday after
a'3qi at 3:30 o'clock. All are invited.
raptist-_.Chrch, corner of Wyoming
avenrti and Cincinati street. Church
conferer n ": turday before first Sunday
t 4 p. m. Snuilat school every Sunday at.
::lJ a.mn. Preathfing second and fotLrt h
gundays in each month. Rev. J. P. Snith,
pastor
Presbyterian--Church eorner Loraine
avenue and Drake street; Rev. R. J.
McIlwain pastor;. preaeaiig on secou d
8undar of each month at 11 o'clock a. in .
and at 7 p. m. Sunday School at 9:3 0
a. m. every Sunday, John Sturtock, Suipt.
latholic-Church corner Wyoniing ave-
,ie and Foster street
THE MAILS.
The northern mail, via Anderson, Gay,
13ayhead and Chipley departs every day
except Sunday at 3:00 o'clock; a. mn.;
arrives every day except. Sunday at
h40 p. nm.
Kast Bay mail for Harrison, Cromianton,
Parker, Farmidale and Wetappo, leaves
St. Andrews going east every morning
(t,6 o'clock and leaving Wetappo at
I o'c16k, arrives, coming west every
evening at 7 o'clock.
ST. ANDREWS BAY, CHIPLEY &
VERNON TELEPHONE CO,
SCHEDULE OF RATES:-For each five
minutes, or fraction thereof, use of
Phone: .
Between SitAndrews Bay & Gay.... 10c
t, Bayhead 15c
a "-. Chipley. 25c
Chipley & Bayhead..:.:... 15o
** 'Gay........... 20c
Bayhead & Gay........... 5c
For transmission by telegraph 10c.
x~tra, not, including telegraphic service.
W. A. EMMONS. Gen'1 Mgr.

BUSINESS DIRECTORY,
W. A. EMMONS,
tepiutv Circuit Codrt Clerk and No-
tary Public for the State at Large; has
jurisdiction to administer oaths, take
affidavits, legalize acknowledgments,
etc., anywhere in Florida. Special at-
tention given to land conveyanices and


to marriage services, and license issued
to lawfully qualified parties. Office at
the FUOY Office, St. Andrews Bay.


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

DR. W. MITCHELL,
Physician and Druggist, Commerce st.,
east of Bavview, Offers his professional
services to the citizens of St. An-
drews and vicinity. Residence on Buena
Vista avenue.

C. H. CRIPPEN.
Notary Public.
Will attend promptly to all business de-
manding his attention. Office on Bav-
view street, one block northeast of T
C Danford's store
W. I. SINGILETARY,
Justice of the Peace,
Will give promptatten'ion to all matters
coming within his jurisdiction. Ac-
ef_ __.ln 'li .a.m.iq. 1 .1 I y I


PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
One Dollar a Year in Advance.

.WILLIAM A. EMMONS
Editor and Proprietor.
Display ad rates 50c per inch per month
Position and extraordinary condition
rates subject to special agreement.
"Local Drift," 5c per line, first insertion
2yc each subsequent. Display locals
double above rates.

We Two. c
W. Leroy Foggr, in Boston Transcript.
Sit here with me,
My little Oirl,
And while the red
And gold flames curl
With )retty sparks
Far up the flue,
I'll stroke your locks
And talk to you.

The mother's eyes
Were just like yours-
Blue as the waves
On Naples' shores;
Her hair was brown,
Like yours, too, dear,
And rippled o'er
As pink an ear.
She used to sit
Beside me here
When nights were harsh
And woods were sere-
Ah! she was fair,
Dear, very fair,
With firelight
Upon her hair

The black midnight
Would find us still
Before the blaze,
And here, until
The crumbling sticks
Had spread in two,
We'd sit my child,
And talk of you.
Now, litetl girl,
'Tis you and I-
Your mother went
When fall passe-: by;
And here we sit
And list the purr
Of burning logs,
And talk of her.
Upon tio n ill
Your mother sweet
Rests quietly-
Her head and feet
Deep under snow
From stormy skies;
But you, my pet,
Have her blue eyes!
Near the Dawn.
When life's troubles gathe.: darkly
Round the way we follow here,'
When no hope the sad heart lightens,
No voice speaks a word of cheer;
Then the thought the shadow scatters,
Giving us a cheering ray-
When the night appears the darkest
Morning is rot far away.
When adversity surrounds us,
And our sunshine friends pass by,
And the dreams so fondly cherished
With our shattered trrasures lie;
Then amid such gloomy seasons
This sweet thought can yet be drawn;
When the darkest hour is present,
It is always near the dawn.

When the spirit fluttering lingers
On the confines of this life,
Parting from all joyful memories,
And from every scene of strife,
Though the scene is sad and gloomy,
And the body shrinks in fear,
These dark hours will soon be vanished
and the glorious morn be here.
Pain can not affect us always,
Brighter days will soon be here;
Sorrow may oppress us 'often,
Yet a happier time is near;
All along our earthly journey
This reflection lights the way-
Nature's darkest hour 's always
Just before the break of day.


TO SEEK THE OLD TIMES.

A Westerner Who is Coming
East to Be a Boy Again.
Chicago Timss-Herald.
*'No, sir," said the man with fur
,on his overcoat. "No land of cinna.
mor. budo and apple blossoms for me
this winter. I am going where I'll
enjoy myself."
"But I thought you always went
south to get rid of the cold weather,"
said the man with him.
"So I did, but this winter I'm go-
ing were there'll be some fun! Ever
go to a dance when the snow was six
feet deep on the level? No. Well,
yon just want to try it once. Eyer
been to a spelling school? It's more
fnn than a barrel of monkeys. I'm'
going way down east-whew! won't
it he cold? I've bought stacks of
woollen clothes, and there'll be conm-


bob and lot soap stones to keep your
fetet watin, and your hand in the
muff of tile prettiest gill-"
"But look here, man! Yott-e no
thicken now. You'll get a case of
pineunmoiia-that's what. Besides,
jour wiie will be along."
-0-h. Y-e-s. She's the girl I
meant. Chicken? Well, I have
aged a bit since the old days, I sup-
pose. But I tell you it will be fun
Riding to mill behind brother J,-sli
and sticking to the old mare's sides,
double te-,in-hlurrah!"
"You expect to see the ola mare?"
"Oh, not the same one, I suppose,
but one like her. Hang it all man,
you're too literally But there's noth-
ing the inatter witso having a good
time in tha old fal.hounse, is there?
I can toast my shints at the kitchen
fire, can't I, and bring in tha baeklig
as 1 did when I was a boy."
"Kitchen fire! Back-log! Whv,
man you are living in the pa@. 11
you expect those things don't go
home. Th., railroad runs past the
farm house, and they have a furnace
and 'help' in the kitchen, and tihe
generation living there now wouldn't
know a back-log if they met me.
knd the snow isn't what J-;useil to
be. It falls one day and niclta the
next. Take my advice and go down
east when the roses bloom. Yon
won't miss the old state (of thling
then."
"But my mother. She is old and
wants to see her boy again."
"Leave her boy to her as she re-
members him. You are grizzly gray
now and she pictures you with biownl
curls and rcsy cheeks. I object to
disturbing illusions "
"Pshaw!" and the man in the fur-
trinmmed overcoat looked out of tioa
car indow and was silent.

A Mediuminot Love.
Dt-iUjt Free Picss.
<\ .tir .1 .... li.Cli YOiiIg Il)u o
Detroit, tile tio< jat bmNilnit l' I rn e,'rdJ
lives in the northwestern part of lthe
city. 'There is a certain young lady.
on vwhlo hitis aff:etions had been
centered for two years, but lie could
never icerew up courage to the pri.-
posing point. Time and again lie
had left home witli a fixed det.'oini-
nation to put hiss ate to the test, lint


his bravery all oozed out wlen iIn
her 'presence. After defeat had f.1l-
lowed defeat lie sat down to wiite
her, but language iled fl'-omi him. A
quire of paper and half a night wr rc
wasted, leaving him a nerve-skat'elii,
disconsolate lover.
The next morning lie took a sting
cup of coffee and further braced hitm-
-elf by throwing out his chest, talk-
ing loud to the rest of his family and
told them that he had about decided
to go into business for himself. Thus
stimulated, he went to the telephone,
called her up, and made one of the
most direct proposals in all the va-
ried annals of love. But betle she
could reply he was seized with a
horrible fit of bashfulness and drop-
ped the receiver as though it wee
red hot.
Twenty minutes later when heI
slipped back on tip toes to learij ii
there might be any lingering echie.e
on the wire, she was still scolding
the telephone girl because they hail
been cut off.
'lHere I am, my augel," le took
courage and shouted.
"Yes," she cooed back.
The bashful youth filled the hIuiie
with war dances and wi!d whooping.

Avoiding Wartime Raids.
J. H. Gore writes an article in St
Nicholas on "Hiding Places In War-
times." In describing a tiose n1i
debatable ground that had many se-
cret nooks, the author says:
The house had a cellar with a d.,or
opening directly out upon t. e "big
road," and never did a troop, large
or small pass I'y without countless
soldiers seeking something eatable in
the convenient cellar. It was never
empty, but nothing was ever found.
A partition had been run across abuut
th'i'ee feet from the back wall, so near
that even a close inspection would not
suggest a space back of it, and being


forters and mittens waiting for me without a door, no' owe woi'ld thiik
down there that mother has been there was a room' beyond. Trhe only
knitting for her old boy tor the past access to this back cellar was through
ten years. Won't it be fun. thonui-rh a trapdoor in the floor of the room


d nm .er w ii'
riverr this, and oneI
ing illne.sR, was dt
In this cellar appli
led pork, etc., wuert
isteie-' was not I
outside the family.

GEORGIA vs.

A Live Yaukeq
Soutli--How S
are Made 4
Acre o
.Southern :'uralist.


be'l wqi puteni l~v iak iig ,I. I ni a'I'
l',i, fin. diu.tive Ilie r iic htse~.I.
gpLu tuobedi."'aa gildeuihn ai u. ic
serves. pick- tu'ii lble allod .l ii, I' and ii ,jk iv
\aill itLs ex- tilk,j4 Ii ii l IInIltii~ Illic. \\o iI.-Ic
rItu ally oil,- that 10o1r.Celli c('tt ) I ii.1-'IS %%ill!bo


YORK,

In tlhe
aYear


liucli ,more than is the
nmetnods that b(ingtch cash
that are inteTael t'the so htefri
farmer andi we shliduild to wiliil t)
learn from amy'nnoe wi can pIo(itace
till, evidence of succes- (Jcttxtig onut
f thlie cutt ji rut is slow pr'.cesvs.
The Ruralit for nt e nst five year-
has l'eei urgiig the e s- itiy f'ir 'a
chanu e in order '~loh e --iut he
fa'tunigi "g'rogr'e.ihc:j pd fitable andI
permanent." and ihIp an expii-
enie ,f a mall whto 'ha fared o'll Lt Ii
noIn'rt and we t a1f. iun 1, as given t,'
the S 0S'liiern Cu ltiv i -, that, il '..I-
Iowed, uill place tl south i,,n I h,
iii. I lank ,,I ag idi t ural tni-n.'.t
Mr. Giant S. S ti thullis t-eli, lho\
lie :cultivates 1,60t01' acres of sa:tl v
piine land u ilh hliarnil ~il bottunmi:
"I take a di'umbl ilow a, l liliv,
111} Ili Il L,'rohen U lee a 1! thor uI.lg l\ .
As all tlie stuinim ,q nl rotsi al e re-
mtnvedI, I can u.,e n4ky kkindi ou iloiv
and nmaehi ory. I t(l, oaily liall I
-*
Plant imy oat a in wl m. they ar'
il.irv '.redI I iplw t e l.in, I g.ii i l. r-
iigiihl% and plant it in c rn. W hein
this has been well cnltiv ae' and laid
by. I drop peas between the ciIrn
rows. These grow two three feet
high by the time "sy corunis ready to
crib. The fodifr ,is thi 1 8:tliI'l eil
Iromn t.he at l p.lid the alks, wit h

1 sCin tI 0 t e l h,,Ih
uii'icluiio --.t.i. ug thn Iil'
-.alk., wtilti cur ears on theni, a-
they c,'iine frio lhie field, into thi-
Ti.l chiio, lie 'prn iis -slhnctke I anlI
,ii-.I, 'll iiii ',,, i m achiiie in ,i, -
,la.ce andii tlle stalk! amlnl shniel are
Cill in1l lii e slircrt.s- Ior f age auil
ci.miii 4U 1,ir ceni of pare coini sub-
.t.tanic.'e, liilhi ma1ak as a most palatable
:tai l ,Il'ici-iit stocl food, of w'hicli
,niiles andii castle ar very ffon l.
Tl'le. stalk shnte average abitt
Line t.t Iiier acre, nih my c'r'n avilr-
a ',"s .ibnilt twenty jushels per acre.
ThI' ci1in iemol d, left the pea,-
*r,i ,Ilng in the fie andI tlhee iea--
vines I, %ell loaded 4th peas, are now
really to be cut cur and stored als',
f',,r stock food. I plant sugar cane
and sarghnn usini the syrup from
the cane foi my teznfts and laborers
antd tile sorghum f!4 fattening hymv
hig.s. I also plantia large area in
peanuts for my h and nothing i.
better to make them at and thrilty.
I keep my Iplace we stocked with
lings and cattle aud how have about
1,000 head of each. 1 shall soon
fence my large tract- of pine timber
land into different divisions and much
of it I will plow and gilant in peas, as
I have found that tlie: peas do about
as well among the iOnes as in the
cornfields. I shall also soon collect
a li,-ck o f ,m and pas-
turage is ample. M3 profit on this
fatim arises frrm the le of my hIog'
andil cattle and is i er less than
$10.000 a year, or in per cent of
$1(l00,000. Of ci'nurse o large a nuin-
buer of cows anid hog. to say nothing
of' my mules, give in, much manure
and I compost this ith cottoniseeJ
for tertilizing my lan' I find a mar-
ket at my farm for all my plot)k at
100 per cent pr"fi ,i hip my cat-
le tn Nt w York and, hicago at qnite
a.. large a gain,.
I ,hLave carefully Isled tlhe sil,
eiOp.-, anlt climate of ew Y,,k, Ken-
tucky, \Viconusin an Daeota by act-
ally plantinig ani t ung the landI iii
those state- a. I I.M here in Ge'.'r-


gia, and my three S' cxpei ieince
ia Georgia has co itced nme that
thi]. -tate offers s gi r r a'l :antlaiges
al ol I btt r homes an -,rofits fur less
money thair any p f ithe United
States I have been i
It will be seen th I S .ofi.-ll i:
a inaniltacturer. ~anufat tire;
the troi|'wth olf his fap nnrk anl


coinveried by M r. S' h,.', i -l'- ,ii.,'-s.
'Tho black, waxy\ la,'l' ft T vxn liel
rI lh Lotl in, laii.l-, l L iiiuiaian. ;1itI
.IMisbin.-iiii, the fel tile soilsi of Ai kan-
sas a i thlie suaiiv :1,1d ch'ly land- l i 1
Flriila and the t'.imlnm-i cain ll
.bring a niessa'se of Mlr. Sehofhi,,I.'.
success was will ta the .a ..ly pl;no
Si-h. ul. 1-a, ;, .,
irulbsil, l ,y iii, t lligel nti laiii in. that
gets out ol tlie ,i li ints. lLet u- hi vo
a new agricuI tII' e in ti li south.

LOVE'S WISDOM.
I have seen what the. serni,hs have seen
As they gaze though o hthe li~iitl.-s air,
Through the wind and th. cel..uds to the lean
Pale face of th r inon :l nl tihe hire
Bri'li fla ei of the s ,i. l.';i., are
I have s6tAe what th cei.tph, lia'v.'- sen.
Through the liiitl.-ss ;sp.es of nir
The brave rmist thnt wi.'r aFiid wane
Are pallid an'Wtiv-ni and fair.
1 hav. fatlhoinuie tri. pr. ie and theo pain
Of the snu.,w und ':,'-nn.- linaui ruin
Tlirough the linmt!lc:s -ac,-s ,of air.
I have known thetu-tlihelrave mists that wane
And the glory and pr',:e of thv skiesa
Where all trife and imtiiitticnec are vain
And a-hu-hH are all p:a--.iunrate .ilt'.,
l'''r I wazed in the de".i c.of I., se'I rves.
And I knuw what no serihriph hall gpun.
-Pa.l Mull Uuzette.


BEN'S DIPLOMACY.

She stood on the back veranda mak-
ing up the butter. The sleeves of her
blue print gown were rolled up past
her elbows, and her hands were yet
swollen and red from the scalding and
chilling process.
Suddenly there came a sharp knock-
ing at the hall door, and a tall, stern
featured woman thrust her head through
the bathroom window, which looked
out ou the back veranda.
"There's some one at the door, Bes-
sie," she Eaid, and her whisper could
have reached to the house front.
The girl hurried along the narrow
passage, unrolling her right sleeve as
she went, which was the one to be pre-
seuted when the dr.or should be opeuedl.
'_'Good morning," she said as serene-
hopes had l eu rie' r salaij'w oU tU
frosted pane and thattered I.y tie open-
ing of the door.
"Good morning," said the man at
the doorstep, and his eyes smileid
crookedwise at the knocker, which was
the exact spot where hr face was, ao-
cording to his focus. "Good morning.
I-I though, maybe you'd like some
peas. They're quite young and fresh,
and I've just pu.h'!d them."
"We've just got some," said the girl.
"John always comes (nu a Saturday."
"I thought maybe you'd have them,"
said the young man to the knocker,
"but p'raps you'd rather have flowers."
The door was jerked back, and anoth-
er face appeared above the girl's shoul-
der. The young man moved his eyes to
a hole that had been made for a latch-
key.
"Good morning, Mrs. Stuart," he
said eagerly. "I-I just looked round
to see if Miss Bessie wouldn't like some
fresh young peas. I had a goo4 crop of
'em this time." ,
"Why, of course Bessie will," said
Mrs. Stuart, "nud she's very much
obliged to you for 'em. Aren't you Bes-
sie?"
"Yes, mother," she said, but the
words seemed to come from behind shut
teeth.
"What aifyou going to do with your-
self on Sunday, Ben?" asked Mrs. Stu-
art.
"I reckon I'm juit going to stay at
bomp by myself," said the young man,
but an anxious shading stole into his
smil e.
"You might as well drop in and take
a cup of tea with us. Besia and I will
be alone," said Mrs. Stuart, her natural
griuuess climbing over her blandness.
"Thanks," he said, with alacrity; "I
don't mind if I do."
Wihep the hall door was closed, the
two w ~ien took their way to the back
verandk
"I don't want his peas," Bessie said.
"I hate them."'
"No, you don't," said her stepmoth-
er iu her clear cut voice. "You want
'ea, aud you're going to take 'em, and
you're going to behave civil to him
bchen he comes on Sunday."
"I'm not," said the girl, but weak-
nubs streaked her voice.
"Dou't be a niuny," said her moth-
er. "You'll have him when you're ask-
ed. And young Macallster's gone to
Wi'stetu Australia."
Sunday w ushered in with the sing-


ing ot l. u ats. A cloudless blue sky
dropped down firon the heights to the
horizon, and a Lbllnide of grim gums-
stuod stark, as if leuunmbbd by the mul-
, titude of voices filling tino air.
Bes.ie put. on a white muslin gown
aud walk d with her mothr to church.
'Her hbat was bionai biimmel and dc,-p
down over her fa'-e, the laeu touches of
. her gown aud hla'Jpear soming to be-
long to hbr as the pi-tals ldo to a ro-e.
Ecu St.eenuswatch--li her through the
service, his eves hidiu the tecre-t. of
s his truauLy that his h'flf turned lihad
would have re-veal-d.
S He valktld dowu thel rcitl with thou
aftrward-th.t, little cold girl separate
ed fium him by Mrs. Stuart and
whliule vide world ot indiffronce.
s He .at. through a tea meal by her sid
s and t.ilkedd to htr mother about a wen
i whiILh sp iled theL milk, and hbe had eat


of uncoth bliss was surging in his care about me yet, Ben. Do you? You
Woudu o rathergo to church?" don't care a bit, do you, Ben?"
"Wouldu'tyounrathergo to church?" "What do you want plagiuig me
asked E .i--. I r "What do yon want plagn e
No, he answered and let his eyes for?" he burst out. "Can't you let me
begin h eis story. alone? Are you wanting me to lie over
begin his story. again?"
"1 believe I left the canary on the "I want the truth, Ben," she whis-
dairy w.ll," she said and stood ap. pered.-London Telegraph.
"Never mind," said Ben, rising to
tower ab,)va her.
"But thmosquitoes,"he faltered. hGettint an Opening.
"But thmosquitoes," she faltered. A man had a story about a gin wbica
"Nevcr mind," he said again, and heeivrd ,seof upon all coco-
dropped his head to her level, blurting h delivered hinelf of upon all occa-
out a passionate love word into her ear. i ns
"No-no-no!" she said. At a dinner party one evening he
You're h e id. Now, aren't writhed in his chair for over an hour,
you? Oh, Bessie I do love you sot" -waiting for a chance to introduce his
A tall form emerged from the door- story, but no opportunity presented it
way. self. Final!y he slipped a coin into the .
i hand nof a waiter aud whispered. 'o
S Shyness soN w : a ,..- .
mean stealing my girl, hangi ov lamr 1 taa dia-''" ad
her like this?" rected, and the man sprang to his feet
"I love her," said the young man. with the exclamation:
"When did you think of getting mar- "What's that noise-a gun?"
ried?" asked Mrs. Stuart. "Oh, no!" resumed his host. "It was
"Soon's ever Bessie likes," said Ben. only t .1 darr."
"The end of the month 'ud be a good "Ah, I see! Well, speaking of guns
time," said Mrs. Stuart. "Wouldn't it, reminds me of a little story," etc.-
Bessie?" Liverpool Mercury.
Tle girl's face was in her hands. A imury.
muttered word came from between the W Similarity.
fingrs. While Frederio.Remington was in th&
"Then the end of the month," said west he observed a well executed por-
Mrs. ,tnart, "and now you'd better say trait in a dark room on the wall of a
good nigh.t. The girl's a bit overcome cabin and asked whose picture it was.
with the be:ut. Good night, Ben. Come "That's my husband," said the wo-
agB.!u tuum:irow." man of the house carelessly.
Et u strode beyond her. "But it is hung with fatal effect,"
'Will v u marry me, Bessie?" he urged the artist.
ask .1i tt p.y. "Let's hear you say it." "So was my husband," snapped thu
Mrs.. Stunrt smiled triumphantly in woman.
the rl:.r;;ii.<. V ANTED--srVERAL TRUSTWOP,-
"Y'.-," faltered Besie, with a roam- THY r'EIONS in this state to manage our
ing 1, ok. business in their own and nearby coun-
Aud be snatched her in his arms and tic-. It is simply office work co)nductI-d
ki.-s'ed heir. at home. Salary straight $900 a year
In the morning Ben was at work andcxpenses definite, bonifide, no inor-,"
among his cabbages and peas, and the no less salary. Monthly $75 RcfNrences.
rememirance of that kiss was on him Enclose self-addressed stamped envelope.
as he wiskhd. m Herbert E. Hess Prest. Dept. M. Chicago.
That evening there was a glorious The Marrying Age.
dusk with a south wind. Ben, sawing The Marrying Age.
wood., paus,il with the crosscut saw half At what age do people marry? The
through a piece of timber and drew his most popular time for a woman to get
horny hand across his forehead. married is from her twenty-first to he
H, wa.s sot far away that he quite twenty-fifth year inclusive. More than .
started to hear a light footfall close be- one-half of the women who marry ai
side him. Ihe looked around, and there marry in these five years of thef
(ldwvucd an astounded expression and life, and another quarter marry between
th,:n a rapturous glow on his face. the ages of 00 and 25, and not more
"EEssi,:!" he exclaimed. "Bessiel" than a third between the ages of 25 and
He put cot his arms. What more per- 80. The average age of marrying is just
feotly natn.al than that she should slip over 26 for women and just under 28
fitt th s h l for men. These figures inclUide remar-
in But she aly smiled and shook her riages. For spinsters only the average
head .. age is 25, and for bachelors 26 4.
-- ---.--- o.tieable -e-rthtt* ohe __ ,e_
y o u E n n -. h e s a i d a u d a r i 'c o n ,. -
ecoueu,", aaf a her power ov. this big, has, for men and women alike, gouno up
buli-gfhellow armed her with- a half a year. Taking the complete quar-
hulking fllow armed her with- a ters ending on the last days of March,
strength v.hiob was only born for the terms ending on the last days of Marh,-
oc lin a which ws onlyould have brought June, September and December respec-
occ.:-in .l which would have broughttively the December quarter is most
a si to r stepmotes face in," prolific inmarriages, and the spring
but-but I don't beogu and summer quarters come next, about
ebe -aid, "but-but on io you equal, with the March quarter a long
rate extra much for me yet, do you, wa behind.-New YorkHomeJournal
Ben? Not astonishingly much?"
"Donu't I, though!" he burst out. "Pol" Cocktails.
"Look her,.. Bess, would you believe it, E expected
I've of you every moment of Every visitor to Hawaii is expected
I've tlm of you every moment of to become acquainted with "poi," the
this bl. herol d(lay. My word!" Kanaka's staff of life. The taste for
She set her mouth. "Then if you this national dish is undoubtedly ac-
care for me that much I can ask you to quired, and even after many trials of-
do something for me."ten fails to come at all. This thick,
"Any mortal thing, my girl." pastelike mixture is made from the taro
"You ciuld give me up, couldn't plant oocasa atiquorum), fro
you? Crouhln't you? Couldn't you? Oh, which originates the "poi" cocktail.
Ben, I'm that miserable till you give In name it is quite as deceiving as the
me up aund go and tell my mother that "oyster" cocktail, and those desiring
your dou't. want me! But, oh, Ben, it merely for the name are sadly dis-
don't lther know I told you don't want appointed on finding that the only liq-
lot f otr girs and you dot wantuid it contains is milk.
me, do yo't Say you don' Just say, The "poi" cocktail is prepared by
'I don t want you, Bessie.' diluting the paste with milk, thenadd-
He s-il it after her mechanically, t d old
ing sugar or salt and serving ice cold'.
watbing h hands twitching nervous- This drink is found very beneficial to
ly at hia Ls.et sleeve. dyspeptics and those recovering from
"I dr.n't waut you, Bessie," he said fevepticr-Leslie' and those recoveringeklrom
"ad. r.y havens, I won't have you if
it's ig. vur will!" A Lanacape.
-i> ,:0o, pd her head and her warm Mrs. Fatpurse-You paint pictures
lip: li^s.l a grateful kiss on his earth to order, don't you?
S it Ib, i e Great Artist-Yes, madam
,i,-, t,.]i l.r mother about it, his eyes W l .+ d..... im ,, ., .


roa.tg r-.-tlessly about the parlor of
Be, i., b,!iQ.
(-- .-;.t'"iv Bessie went tochurch and
Swore. L.'r bi i laoe at and sat beside her
mother e
B-n .a-i. -on the opposite side of the
aisl, i-.:tid 1. rather dowu the church, but
lie c:i'l I lIve looked at her if he had
wisid-. H never once turned his head
and P,,'-.,o watched hir,. oev- at
prayi. .
Wih..t tle service was over, hoe:stood
up, haitd ',:t shoulders above every one,
and it .".pp:nred to Bessie his eyes were
certainly non the door.
He rni ,.l his hat and passed on., hold-
ing his ln.-d high-an unconscious di-
plomatist Presently she saw him strid-
ing down the road as though it all be-
longed to I.im as well as the home on
its ciule.
Two mouths went by. Ben took up
his me.nure of days and dealt with
them as w,.ll as he was able, but the
evenings. v. hen the cabbages and the
peas were :tirrying on their lives with-
out himn, when his washing up was
done and the wind was stealing in the
darkness around his home, then be
staid to wonder how he was ev-er going
to tako tomorrow intq his hands.
,L, alwv.ys took it, however, and it
was always coming.
"We'd have had a fire of an even-
Siug," he said two months after he had
given her up.
I Tjere seemed a tremendous amount
e of iro,)y !u cutting firewood, to his sim-
f ple i t.I ,l.
A lithr footstep sounded behind him.
Hie Ft.irt.:1. and there dawned an as-
1 t.iond,:'! expression, then a rapturous
" glow u his face.
a "B. 'i, !" he exclaimed. "Bessiel"
She tru--d to smile, but her face was
e whihe aud afraid, and her lips quivered.
d "I've come-I've come to see you,
- Ben," she said and was so unconscious


Xrs. -aupurse- well, i wa na Jana-
scape, with lots of deer and ducks and
quail and partridges and pheasants and
cattle and sheep and pigs, and so on,
you know, and put a lake and an ocean
in-fresh and salt water, you know-
and be sure to have plenty of fish swim-
ming around, because it's for the din-'
ing room.-Baoston Globe.
. . . . .- . . .


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Lungs

SIf you have coughed and
coughed until the lining nmem-
brane of your throat and lungs
is inflamed,

Scott's EmulsionI

of Cod-liver Oil will soothe,
strengthen arid probably cure,
SThe cod-liver oil feeds and
Strengthens the weakened tis-'i
sues. The glycerine soothes,
and heals them. The hypo- a
phosphites of lime and soda
impart tone and vigor. ont
5 neglect these coughs. One
0 bottle of the Emulsion may do
I more for you now than ten

can do later on. e sure you i
get SCOTTS Emulsiont
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NOTE.-It must he re einiembIred that the
wind is not a wholly reliable motive pow-
er and if the sailors sometimes find it im-
posoible to make schedule time it mirns t lie
etarged to the elements; they do the best
they can.

The steamed lpha arrived from
Mobile early Monday morning with a
heavy St. Andrews freight and four
passengers for here. She proceeded
at once to A|lalachieula and Carra-
belle, and returning will stop at thi,
port tomorrow (Fsiday) for the ac-
commodation of all who desire pan-
sage to Mobile.
The schooner Cleopatra sailed for
Pensacola Sunday afternoon.
PACKET SChOuNER
itWa. Crawford.
CAPTAIN '- R.C. GVWALTNFY.
Makes regidlar trips between St. Andres
Btay and Pensacola. Passengers and
freight trnnsported at reasonalile rates,
and with every attention to the .:al'ety
and comfort of the former, and safe
delivery o0' the latter. For particulars
address, R.C. GWALTNEY, Lessee,
St, Andrews Bay, Fla.

PACKET SCHOONER
CLEOPATRA.
JAS. HOLMES, MASTER.
Leaves St. Andrews Ray every Tuesday,
leaves Pensacola every Friday,
(weather permitting). Special atten-
tion will be given to receiving and
forwarding freight for parties living on
East and North Bay, -'assengers for
points on either arm of the Bay can
depend upon securing prompt trans-
portation at reasonable rates. For
farther information apply to
L. M. WAnE & Co.. Agts

NAPHTHA LAU.IOH,
GLADYS.
CAPT. FRANK WITHERILL.
Carries the East Bay Mail between St.
Andrews Bay, Wetappo and intermedi-
ate points. Leaves St. Andrews daily
(except Sunday) at 6:00 a. m.; arrive at
Wetappo at 12:30 p. m.; leave Wetappo
at t'00p. it.: arrives at St. Andrews at
7:30 p. nt. Makes landil-ig rgularly at
Harrison, Cromanton, Pairker. Pills-
burg and FarinmdIle. For Ipasseinger and
freight rates, see rate card in tlie Li\-
eral po.stollices.
DAVin M. WVITHERILL. Contractor.


A Week's V catiter.
The following table vives tie maxi-
mum, minimum and mean tempera-
tures, the rainfall and direction of the
S. wind, for the twenty-four hours ending


gxyvxrmultTIIL
r- eters.
Jan 4
6
8
.' 9

For week. .


s.t.i-ref-isTrl'1ng inermom-
Max:Min. Mean. R'n W'd
53 .00 s
50 .00 se
"52 .45 nw
35 .00 n
32 .00 e
50 .00 e
62 61 .00 se
162 I 47 | I .45


Parker Lodge No. 142
S-F.
Regular C(ommuni-
cations on the first
and third Saturday
in each month.
Visiting Brothers
FRATERNALLY INVITED.
E. PALMER, W. M.
W. A. EmeoNs. Secretary
To Cure a Cold ii One Day,
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund money if it fails to
cure. 25c. The genuine has L. B. Q. on
each tablet.

Ilean That Eat Their Own Eggs.
As a rule, when hens have suitable
food they don't eat theix own eggs.
To preserve eggs from being eaten un-
der' exceptional conditions there are a
number of devices. There is, for in-
stance, a nest with a bottom of woven
wire with a mesh big enough to let an
egg through,. The egg goes through the
thin layer of hay with which the nest
Is lined and through the wide meshed
bottom to fall safely in a bed of hay un-
derneath.
Another device is automatic and set
in operation by the chicken itself when
s.t Woeoff the nest. Thus relieved of
,67 wi -l if its ifi
enough to, roll the egg off into a place of
safety made for its reception.
Chickens are commonly carried on
deep water strips on long voyages to strp-
ply eggs for the captain's table and oc-
casionally a fowl. Chickens at sea are
more likely to eat their own eggs than
they are ashore. To prevent this among
the chickens carried on his vessel the
captain of an American ship rigged a
contrivance that answered the purpose
and was adapted to the situation. He
attached to the underside of the nest a
shoote by which the egg when laid was
carried safely down to a box below. -
New York Sun.

A Silkworm of the Sea.
31i*J is obtained from the shellfish
known as the pinna (mytilidae), which
*e found in the Mediterranean. This
-hellfish has the power of spinning a
Viscid silk which in Sicily is made into
it regular and very handsome fabric.
The AIk iv spun, by the shellfish, in the
first instance, for the purpose of attach-
ing itself to the rooks It is able to
guide the delicate filamenuts to the prop-
es place and there glue them fast, and
it they are cut away it can reproduce
bhem.
'The material when gathered (which
in done at low tide) is washed in soap
and water, dried, straightened and
carded, one pound of the coarse fila-
-went violdit, ahbont three nnunoA nf f>,n


LOCAL DRIFT,
-Razors and pocket knives at the Pi-
oneer Drug Slore.
-Taxes for J18S are now due and will
become delinquent April 1, 1899.
--You can get tine prunes, tigs, dates,
raisins and candies at the Pioneer
Drug Store.
-Wannamaker & Brown's samples
for Tailor Made Suits at L. M. Ware &
Co's. Call a'.d get prices.
-Aliens Tasteless Chill Tonice, Sar-
saparilla and Yellow Dock are the
best. For additional evidence call on
Dr. J. J. Kester.
-"Lewis' men's and womeu's Ox-
ford ties, from $1 to $2, and a nice lot of
patent tip low cuts at $1 a pair at at L.
M. Ware & Co's.
-A personal note from Eeonfina
says Miss Annie Gainer, daughter of
Hon. W. R. Gainer has been very sick
with typhoid fever, but is improving
-A good big Tablet for 5 cts; a larger
one for 8 cts and a good thick school
tablet with 175 leaves for l0cts; all with
handsome covers and good, ruled paper,
at the BuoY office.
-The broken maximum thermome-
ter in use at this weather station has
just been replaced by a new one and
the complete% record will hereafter be
kept, as before theaceideit. o -
-B,'ingvyoer oroery 0bool iuk bot-
tle to the Buoy office and for 5c get it
filled with Arnold's celebrated Chem-
ical Writing Fluid-the very best ink
made. Must have your own cork. -
-St. Andrews people will be pleased
to learn that Edward Syfrett has open-
ed a barber shop in the room next door
to Maxon & Brock's store, where he
is prepared to wait upon any one who
has need of his services in that line.
-The St. Andrews Horticultural
and Improvement Company is prepar-
ed to clear, improve add 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, or Buena 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


Personall.
Mrs. E. B. Lake, of Milwaukee,
\W is., mother uot 0 I.. Jetnnie E
W\ili, both well kniiun in S1. At,-
ditenh is a recent iarival and itb ithe
iest i ol J M 31. Wils.
Mir. and Mrs. J. U. Leais of Har-
vari, 111s., are new~cjinncr who ex-
pulet to spend lthe winter here. Tlhey
ane bttl.1ing v ith Mr. anltd .i. E. P.
Maxon.
John Kiiott oft Peouia, Ills., a reg-
ilar u inter viitoLr 'to St. Atndrews
aii i\eil on the Alpha Monday Tinuon-
ing. He is aceconmpanied by hIn.'
niece, Miss Anna Ashtun, alNi ul P.e-
utia and a member of Mr. 6inutt'l
(amiily who has accunilanied hinm on
:a iuttiter vi-it here.

i'. H. Carter ot Chiplhy Shot
and Daiagerouisly ounlued
by Rutfus Harrell.
Chipley cur. T. U. and Citizeun.
Judge P. 11. Caitter was shot anti
dalngerounly wounded by Ruluis i a-
rell on the afternoon ul tho 7th in ,,..
in a quarrel over a trivial aintinl
,owed Hairoll by a negto tiano h
Cai(ter is one of the tirm of 'Biien
& CNirter, who ojperatle a naval stu're,
plant near here. Beitiog a naii ol0
strong constitute tin, hi., l, h.y.icia- i-
very holpelul ,iIf li recovery.

liaGrippe Successfully Treated.
"I have just recover from a secoird
attackk of la grippe this ye ier," s."a M r.
Jus. A. JoneQ, publisher of the Leader.
Mexin, Texas. "'lu the latter case I use.i
Chamiberlain's Cough Reined, *d I
thiuk aith conpideral'le success, only be-
ing in bed a little over two d ys against
ten days for the former attack. The sec-
ond attsck I am satisfied would have been
equally as bad as the first but for the ure
of this remedy, as I had to go to bed in
about six hours after being 'struck' with
it, while in the fir st case I was able to at-
tead -to busii.ess about two davs before
getting down." For sale by L. M.Ware &
Co.. St. ,Andrews and Bavhead and all


1 \i% l Lie at thel
the plates n.iiued f
collecting tlie state
i-i thIe year '1898:
Waurau, Monday J
Duvib' Mill, Tuesday
Eoutina, \Vednesday|
Nixou, 'Tihir'sday,;'f
Parker, Friday, Jan.
St. Andrews, Saturda
GI-asy Poiut, Monda
Gre.n Head, Wednes(
Poplar Head, Friday,
Caryville, Saturday,
CL.'ipley, Monday and
and 31.

NJOTL
1 will be at St.,
Jay, .Jan. 21, 1899,
,,' ass.teaing the sta
for the year 1899.
J. w,
Tax A.,sessor \N


GYPSY
When yo and I -o gyps r we'll lanch a
whole day long. m
We'll top at ev_'y v tao and thril our
TV e arvll 21. when hopes
are well bO'gn.- + *,
When you and I gO fysyAFlt& 'll travel to-
ward the a '-
We'll use the o old ipgl that shaU never
cease to ; V:.
The charm of iove whose 4stti spell is over
you and me.
Our hearts will know a raptre fine, that time
can ne'er outrun,
When you and I go gypyl weU' travel to-
ward tho san.
With some far enatern le or strange, with
some unbought dela Gt
We'll fill our eager visln a it looks beyond
the night,
And still, to feed the e 8 t burns within
our heart as one. I
When you and I go gyPl n we'll travel to-
ward the snn.
We'll leave behind us re and see our
way afar, I
Beyond the low horizon'srrge to some love
lighted star. q
We'll dream the dreams o h no more, a
happier dream begun.
When you and I go gypsyi4we'll travel to-
ward the Fun.
-Lewi Worthington Bmit Independent.

GINGER TS.


-An accident to the Buoy's printing medicine dealers.
printing press last week just when its The king of Maoro (the land of
edition was almost printed compelled A Pine Piece of Color Work. macaroons), who for soee time had
the cutting off of a portion of the ex- An experienced art critic gives been in the prime of li, h d just ariEen
change list. Everything is in perfect and was seated und sseq beside his
order again, however, and the editor as his opinion that there will be no bed. His house miniler was there and
trusts the like may never again occur. handsomer piece of color work issued handed him his hose.~n th4 heel of one
-Ii you are thinking of buying prop- this year than Hood's Sarsaparilla sock was a hole. Thqking was wont to
erty in St. Andrews or immediate vi- Calendar for 1899. It is not only pay more attention'to his beautiful
cinity, you cannot afford to purchasi- boots than to wholq sooks. However,
until you have conferred with the pro- itselul, but artistic and beautiful, the hole did not escape his sharp eyes.
prietorof the BUconfY. f ou are short of anl up to late. The chartiing In disgust he took le socknrut of the
one and want toeB u youaresor own A erica i he atiflminister's hand ai pushed is fore-
money and want to buy on your own "American Girl," whose beautiful finger through the iole clear .:p to his
time for actual settlement you can be face appears with a delicately painted knuckle, saying: ,
aceconimodatr ma a what use lit theit M king
-The Boy is commissioned to brint g in tho background, makes a "Of whae wift What king
since I have no w flI What .o .. u sa,
seller and buyer together for a most de- pleasing iqature which anyone will to my marrying
sirable bargain in real estate bout w( lie plcase.l to have before then the "Your mI
ou the e,,ac r .roai'; ^.-b ers o "'1'? ff
ground, fenced, with good two-stor gists will have this'cahletnlar, or s so bold, had I nottlil[ r-"a-
cottage and furniture for small family copy may be obtained by sending six esty mest assmedly eign to
willbe given away for less than half cents to C(. I. Hood & Co. Lowell, it for yorplg. "But
what the improvements cost, if taken Mass. do youbelieve that I elbh' e able to
very soon. Title perfect; location de- find a wife suitable for? me
sirable. Call at or address the Buoy Businesa before Pleasure. "Pooh I Ten where .oth uld find
for full particulars. They were performers in the amateur but one!" said the courtie
-All reader s of the Buoy will be in- theatricals. During the progress of the "A princess to please mnist be
terested in the combination offer made play at one time, while their presence clever and be.ntiful, and re is one
e b was not needed on the stage, they sat point ca which I lay eg tal stress:
elsewhere, by which they can secure together behind the scenes. She looked You know how fond I am lugernnts.
entirely free of cost, a yearly subscrip- beautiful indeed in old fashioned gown In my whole kingdom t is not a
tion to the Columbian, published at and powdered hair, and he, in court person who understands to bake
Boston, and an elegant souvenir spoon costume of more than a century ago, them esactly right, and-h princess
of Sigsbee, of the battleship Maine.
We have also made arrangements by was the beau ideal of a cavalier, whom I choose must ku how to do
which we can give a Dewey, Sampson, For some time he had been very at- this to perfection."
Schley, Lee, Miles or Hobson spoon in tentive to her, and, although people had When the minister h this, he
place of the Sigsbee pattern. Every frequently remarked upon his devotion, gave a whi.tlc of dismay ut quickly
reader should take advantage of this he had not come to the point of propos- collecting himself said:
offer, ing, but as they sat behind the scenes "A king like your maj will with-
-Since the publication of the last ie- he felt that an opportune moment had out doubt find a prince 'hoe under-
sueof the Buoy, two of St. Andrews' arrived, stands how to bake giuge uts."
most popular young people have been "Marie," he said, "you may not have "Wo shall see, we sh eel" said
united in the holy bonds of wedlock, perceived my liking, bnt I cannot de- the king, and on the very me day, ao-
the contract in parties bng Mr. Sam- lay. I-I want to ask you to-to be"- companies by the minist, bh began a
the contracting parties e ng Mr Sa- Just then the prompter called the tour of the kingdoms o is different
uel Surber and Miss Neta Johnson. girl's name, but she never stirred. neighbors whom he hk had prin-
The ceremony was performed by A. "That's your cue," faltered the in- cesses to pive in marriage
Wells at the residence of Mr. George terrupted lover. Only throo princess found who
Surber, brother of the groom and sister "Yes," she answered calmly enough, were beintiful and cle enough to
of the bride, on Pretty Bayou, on Thurs- laying her head on his arm, "but nevel suit the thing, and of th t one could
day evening last. The young people mind the cue. You seemed very e*iest bake ginger nuts.
start out in life with the congratula- just now, and I want you to go on. "I really cannot bak singer nuts,"
start out in life with the congratula- What were you going to say?"--Pear. said the first princess i answer to the
tions of a host of friends, and the Buy son's Weekly. king's quo-tiotn, "L but I make beau-
vishes them a long and blissful wedde tiful little almond ca Wouldn't
ife, and that love's sweet dream of mu- Washington's Farewell to Hl om.- those suit you?"
tual affection may be theirs for al cers. "No,"replied the kin "Imusthave
coming time. On Dec. 4 the officers of the army ginger nuts."
-The editor of the Buoy has received met in Fraunoe's tavern to bid their The second princess rnply to the
from a valued friend in Colorado two chief farewell. Washington, as be rose same question mocited. the king and
menof ntive orefromoneand faced them, could not control his said angrily:
fine specimens of tive ore from voice. He lifted a glass of wine and "Whiat nuosnse I Pr esos who can
of the rich mines of that state. No. 1 said, "With a heart full of love and bake ginger nuts do no ist!
Sa. idece of jock that has been roast- gratitude, I now take my leave of you, The king fared wnrs bo hands of
ed in a very hot five, wh!hh was done most devoutly wishing that your latteI he third. whua e- c beautiful
to remove the quicksilver from the days may be as prosperous and happyt/end thi most chairman
gold, a-:d the latter can be plainly seen as your former ones have been glorious She gave the king a, opportunity to
lying in heavy streaks through the and honorable." They drank in silence, ask his question, but t k things into
rock. No. 2, and the larger of the two and Washington said, cannot come her own hands anl de-anded whether
specimens is in its native state; isclass-toeah of you and take my leave, but he knew how to play oathe jew's harp,
as speimens is inits native submitte; i cla- shall beobliged if you will come and and when he said he id not she sent
as sylvanite. This if submitted to a take me by the hand." Up they came, him away. Ho pleasedner very much,
high degree of heat will leave the pure one by one, and one by one Washing. she admitted, but shebas so extrava-
gold, and assays at $1,600 to the ton ton, his eyes filled with tears, embraced gantl'y fond of the iun.p of the jew's
These specimens are highly prized, them and said farewell. From the tav- harp that she would ue'r marry a man
and the generous donor has the sincere ern they followed him to the ferry, that could not play it.
thanksof the editor. where he entered his barge. As the boat The king and his nistr returned
moved away he rose and lifted his hat. home, and as they aliged from their
The Young Peoples Baptist Union His officers returned the salute h st- carriage the king said:
meets at the Baptist church every lence, and all was over.-Senatolien- "Nothiug. has come o 11 this"
Sunday at 3 .,. m. All invited. ry Cabot Lodge in Scribner's. "Nothing, your mnat," said the
The Y. P. S. C. E. meets every Sun- Happy Death minister mournfully.
day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the The queen, with all her vast power, "What shall 1 do?" shed the king.
Presbyterian church. All interested was yet very miserable-that s to say"I must have a wife.
in Christian Endeavor work are she wasn't the least bit outre or uncon- "If you w'uhd only gl up tho ginger
earnestly invited to attend. ventional. nuts," ventured the mluiter timidly.
"But at least," the queen was often claimedd the good bl ope I will I"be re-
Curs.n's ,d X Wrtins;. heard to exclaim, with a cheerful smi elaimed the noble k, and ho re-
It is said of Mr. (eorgo Curzon, the can die happily, if I chooseer smile ved to marry the proems whom he
governor ger of Inia, that hi By this her majesty was currently had frstsought.
adwriting becauo quite ille at Bh y this hoer majesty was currently "She is the one who'iMown bow to
handwriting became quite Illegible at thought to make reference to the fact bealmond cakes," he td. "Go and
one period of his Oxford career. At of her having a dress which fit so well ake almond cakes, he id. "Go and
this time he wrote two letters, one to a she couldn't breathe in it.Detroit askhe m iste wietl brne d thi net
relative, one to a chum with whom be Journal. daThey, and sail het was, r no the next
always discnused the faults of their re- .. daY, and sai lhe was Lloniger in t.he
spectivo relations, and accidentally put WANTED--sEVEnATl TRuSTWORTIvY ted the king of the Lan bad mars.
these letters Into the wrong envelopes. sens in this state to manage our busi- "Then go to the sela pines,
He was about to write a profound apol- ess in th'ir own and nearby counties. It dtdhe king. Again t l gster re-
ogy to his relative when he received the is mainly office work conducted at home. sa t Again t miter re-
following note from him, "Can't read Salary straight $90!. a year and exp. ngs turned without ha ving .p.ished.
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ce iur1 ,o.'e I.,I
cou euttlt) taxe
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17.
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an. 21.
an. "3.
Jan. 25.

28.
Mesday, Jan. 30
. JONES,
ax Collector.

ddrtcis Saltt-
the iUi ini -e
ind cuunt) tax


lhingtou LCo.


We All C!li to Life.
"Tho stranoe-t thing in life is the
way we cliun to it," said a physician
whose practice has give him abundant
opportunity to stily the seamy side of
things. "Fir l'iniiut-s ago I gave a
dime to au oll li7c-ar niau who has been
conmii here regukirly for years. He is
.rojiken by age nu..l tortured by.an in-
. curable can'.c'erus mrniady that, renders
him rpnls\: nu:l k lc-s him in con-
tinu'al 1pI.u. I knuw bis history.
"He is ignorant aud he has been
poor. In his early life he was a sailor
before the mast, and from what I can
learn he suffered all the hardships of
that calling without seeing any of its
pleasant and adventurous side. He
never married and never bad any fam-
ily or home. I have questioned him
closely, and I have been unable to dis-
cover one scrap of genial reminiscence
in the sordid, squalid, miserable record
of his career., b has absolutely nothing
that he can ponder over with the slight-
est degree of pleasure, and his present
situation is simply frightful.
"He sleeps in a shed back of a negro
hovel and depends on alms for his food
and clothes; yet, in spite of it all, he is
eager to keep on living and rebels at
once at the bare thought of death. He
isn't afraid, but he wants to continue
to live. It's a mystery of mysteries,
and the case is not exceptional either.
There are plenty of others exactly like
it. "-New Orleans Times-Demoora4.
To the Public.
We are authorized to iruarrantee every
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
and if not satisfactory to refund the
money to the purchaser. There is no
he ter medicine made for la grippe, colds,
whooping cough. Price. 25 and 50c ner


IAY'S


LIV TRY,
LniVtil,


princess nina seo IT raeo naa cangedt ha
mind. The iui.iister obeyed, though he
did it tuwilliugly, tor his wife assured
him that. his errand was a useless one.
The king anxiously awaited his re-
turn. His mind was on her question
concerning the jew's harp, and the re-
membrance of it was most annoying.
The third princess received the min-
ister very ogrdially. She said she had
changed her mind about marrying a
man who could play the jew's harp.
"Dreams are but vain and empty
things, especially those of youth."
She realized that her wish could not
be fulfilled, and as the ling pleased
her she had decided to marry him.
The minister rode home as fast as his
horse could go, and the king embraced
him, and conferred so many decorations
on him that he had to wear some of
them on his hd.
The town trimmed with bunting,
garlands were thrown across the streets
from housa to house, and the marriage
was so splendidly celebrated that the
people could talk of nothing else for e
fortnight.
All went well with the king and
queen for a year. The king had quite
forgotten his giugernuts and the queen
her Jew's harp.
However, the king got out of bed one
morning with the wrong foot foremost,
and after that, of courio, all went
wrong. It rained the entire day; the
uimperTglo10tTE "doowni anhdwi ittie
cro:;s on the top broke off; the court
painter brought a new globe on which
MIncrcuia was painted red instead of
blne, as he had been ordered, and tocay
the climax the queen had a headache.
It La-ne to paas thnt the wedded pair
qn.aireltd for the first tl ; why oz
wherefore they knew not. V short, the
king was cross and the queen was snap.
py, and would have the last word. Aft.
er the quarrel had gone on for some
time tie queen shrugged her shoulders
disdainfully and said:
"You've fotA fault the entire day.
And why, pray-you, who can't sa
much as play the jew's harp?"
He retorted sharply:
"Yuu've nothing to say. You con'1
even bake ginger nuts."
For the first time the queen did not
reply, but remained quiet, and without
exchanging another word they went tc
their rei.ective room0a.
Tho quunu seated herself in a corner
of the sofa and wept and thought sadly
"Whant a fonlidh wife you are! Have
you loat your iva-on? You should not
have bejun a quarrel so stupidly."
The l'tti! paced up and down his
room, rubbld his hands and said:
"It is truly a bit of good luok thai
Miy v:;o can't bake ginger nuts. Wh3
did I nsnwer her when she reproached
me fur no! knowing how to play on the
jew's harp?"
After repeating this three or fonu
times he felt more cho.rful. He begat
to whirtle his favorite tune, examined
the large pr.rrilt of the queen whict
bong in his ro.pni. mounted a chair, and
with bla handkerchief brushed off a
cobwob thet bung cover her nose and
said:
"'Lbe Is surely fretting, my good lit
tie wif. I'll &oo wrrat hbe'a doing."
Ho lf)'W-t .lown tho long ball to ber
door. All had gone wrong on this day.
i^ i'dfZ^ L) .^ wos r "D'clock and
quita r. IIo r) [n-.,'1 the room, put
tfi.g on? 1il-, ban.'!e I rci-ra himn so as not
to metniblp i:,''o.r furniture. Soud
dijlry he fl-lt j-;chi:j'' warm.
"\' 'bo 1 is he s'lid.
"It I re-.'ph.l t ho queen.
"What's the t. IttArr, my pet?"
"I want to ask your forgiveness,'
said the qneen, "for having been at
cross.''
"You don't no,-l to do that at all,'
said the kibg, throwing his arms about
her rclh "I'ni more to blame that
yon axe. L.E't firgas all about it. There
are two t.'rmi thlt we'll never allow
u.n- in our k.anidotn, jow's harp and"-
"Audl giliger uitS, interrupted th<
qun'-eti, laughiut. as sIhe secretly wipe<
two little tear. fri', her eyes.-Fron
the German Fcr :.'hrt Scories.

It costs e~f25 a year to keep up th(
gilded coach of the lord mayor of Lon
don. It wveghs fiiur toud and was bull
in 1757, long tbefone carriage spring
were in general use. The body hangi
on four otral,a
I; ":i 1te ''. A irn'Wia': Salve'
The 1l3.-- Siive in ti h.* world for cout
btor'-. e ,t *. L'-' r.-. -aill, rheurm, fever
.*r. s,. .-'r. ,' i !.,., h.inds, chilblains
Ge'(.nI1 i ;t 1 -in I _* u .lions, and posi
t l i\'I p,,iI ,,L i i> ay require d,
Is et.: .,r '.-- I, t ,::\ perfect s tise
f uel ni rr i.,.,i., ri-li n).:d. Price 25
'. l>.'.. F u -; !.. :. : ii .; t


Chipley,


Florida.


A.. CT. G-.-A PROPRIETOR. :M. O-A.'G', MANAGER


Parties en route for St. Andrews Bay or other points
can arrangS for conveyance at reasonable rates by ad-

dressing, A. I. GAY, Chiuley, Florida.

R. F. BRACKIN. I 0_A.S- STOE,.jE1. I W. L. BRACKIN


'R. F. BRACKIN & SON,
DEALERS IN


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Hosiery.


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PAINTS and OILS,
QUEENSWARE and HARDWARE.



-RACKET STORE!

Corner of Bayview and Wyomin: Avenues on Bay Front.
Glassware. Tinware and Notions!
What you can'& find at any other Store, cine to the R A C K E T,
ST 0 R E and get.

Bread, Pies and Cakes, Specialties.
I. (()D.\ID. Prl,,rlielr.


THE POPULA-R


P ES I, Ir., Fa ( Opposite W aitit:ig onm ,ii Uo i,,n I),|'f t.'
lathe Piace for Passengers Coingto and from
ST. ANDREWS BAY.

Rooms Comfortable! Terms Reasonable!


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OUR GOODS ARE THE BEST- '-"-'
OUR PRICE THE LOWEST

PARRY M FGJ Indanapo1all,1,
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BARBER
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OCirmerc eStreet,
Next Door to Maxon & Brock's
Store.
Call and see me.
EDWARD SYFRETT.


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SA rictiy high-grade Family Sewing
achne, possessing all modern
Improvements.

u0r0nleQI Eu01a to 1he BgOs.
Prices very reasonable. Obtain them
from your local dealer and
make comparisons.
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FOR RENT!
.-... ITHE SANITARIUM at Old
,Town is offered for rent at a reas-
Soin. le pl ice. 'lie rent for a time
ina.v go toWa irls repai'ing the house and
fixin tip 1 lie tfiices.
Al 14 two cottAges on Lornine venlle
,nIst of ,irako street.
For ft irlier parti.nilars, apply at the
Bunoy office.



i Wi SUNERDER
Is prepared to cut
WOOl) ANI) FENCE POSTS
nnd deliver them at reasonable rate.
ir yo i e .-ri lahor with leam. call uxmn
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Geo. S. Hacker & Son,


CIARLESTO}N, S C.


MANUFACTR (' REI


Sasl, Uoors, BIiflds,


AND
Building: Materi 1.
Window and Fancy Glass
Specialty.


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I'hursday, Jan. 12, IbJM9.

ST. AN D1 REWS
PRICESCURRENT
GROCERIES.
Augar, y ltb Tea, itj
Granulated ...... 6 lHeNo....... 55,
Coffee,A ... 5 Giinponder.. 40
Lt brown..... 5 Uneol'd Jap.40-60
loffee, Cond milk, v can
Glrceu.... 12@20 -UnsweelaiC'a.lO 10
Arhuckle,B 12-15 Sweetened. .... 8
singer snap s 3%B25 Baking powder
packerss, oda. 10 Royal...... .. 510
'olbacco, plug 0a60l Campbell. .... 10
taisins Canned fruit.
London layers.8-15 Peaches.... 10a20
Valencia ...... 8 Tomatoes.....SalH


. ... I-t


. 15
... 10


.... 10-20
ies... 20
, .10-10
. .. 15
,el... 15
eel 10-25
..... .20
.. .. 15
tables
ns.. 10
. .10@15
..... 10
.... 12


ticf ....... 6Q Apples. ..
Spples Pears....
. Evaporated... 12' Plums ....
Dried Peaches 8 Apricot...
AoLl Oil prgal ... .15 Strawberr
gasolinee . . .10 Pineapple
Sri Syrup. .. 40 Canied ble.it
Laoney ......... I .O Roast Beef
S Jinegar........ 30. Corned Be
Cheese pr l .... 15 Chipped B
3utter.... .. 25-30 Lobster..,
Lard .... .... 8-10 Salmon...
Beans ........... 4 Canned Vegi
Docoanut. pkg. .. 10 Baked Bea
Fiuit Paddine... 10 Corn. ... .
Jelly, glass 10al2. Peas......
Lime Juice ...... 45' Pumpkin..
Eggs per doz... 15
PROVISIONS.
Flour Pork
Am'nSwaan .2.-25 D. S. pr Ib
Majesie . ) 2.75 Bacon Side
)orn Meal pr hu60-70 Fresh ....
mat Meal pr lb.. 5 Br'kf'st Ba
,oru per li.... .55-60 Ham can'v
Potatoes Shoulders.
Irish....... 1 20 Beef
Early R'aeseed 1.20 Corued...,
Sweet ....60@75 Fresh.. ..
alt, prsack... 85 Dried ....
Table ........ 5 Milk pr qt.
HARDWARE.
liails. ver 11,3Sa41 Ax.with ban
Galv wire du.tia6 Hoes, each.
Manila rope.. .9al2Copper paint,
loves cook,..$8n25 Linseed oil, g
Pipe, per joint 15
DRY GOODS,
Prints, per yd.. 5a8 Checks ....
Sheelings .... 5a- 9 Flannel. ...
luslin....... 9J1I Thread per s
leans. ..... .IS-tA Shoes, ladies
Extrapants pat 225 Men's. ... $
MISCELI,AN EOUS.
Hay pr cwt. .75al.,15 Oats pr hit..
Brau .. ....... 1.25 Brick pr M..
Rope Sisal .... .7@-9,1ime pT bbl.
FRUIT and NUTS.
Oranges pr dzt. Pecans pr Ili
Apples ........ 12 Wabnuts. -
Leuions......... 30 Almonds....
'0 1STE RS
In shell pr,004 i .50 Open ed pr -q
LAVi STOCK.
Hors.c. $80a100 Cows ......
Mules.... o50na 100 ogs......
clmen.- pr yoke $40 Sheep....
I'OU 1T1i YV
GCivckeriirrh 15a25 Get-se each.
I'.irkev. .... 75n. .0() Ducks .......
GAM 1 E.
.Venion pVi l 700 -T 3 ..-

Mullet pr iluz '25c Mullet pr
1ro it .......... 25 Trout .....
l'inpaiin p-r li. 6 P'ni '.nm .
turgeiin...... 10 Ma.ikeial .
LUMBER.


Flooring,
uasart, n, ..$14.<00
Face ... 12.t)
Sap .. 10,0(1
SDrop.,-i hiding,
Heart face Vim 14.00
SaD 10.0)t
Buff lumler. i@t2
Hearl shingles,' 2.50
Sap a" I.50.


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I


.5Its ON l ,,pen saloon under the late wet atii


Ceiling.
Heart, ni. .. 14.00(
Face .. 12.011
8:1 p 0" .. 1.1lo
ClaI ,ol o t ,I ,
_,xl; h,. ym. .$l' nll
l'inishii g lunl-
her.d i@l(.1ti.l0
Lath. "V in.... 2.110
Boat lumber,
dressed .... $20


;How's 'This?
We offer One Hundud Dollars Reward
for any case of Cntarrh that canuol he
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CBENEY & CO., Props., Toledo,O.
We the undersigned, have kno"n P. .J.
Ohetey tfor the last 15 years. and believe
him perfectly honorable ii all ibusiners
tranisactions and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by their firm.
Weit Ar& aus, Wholesale D uggists,
Toledo, 0.
Welding, Ki'-nan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is ta k-n Lutcrnally
acting directly upon the blood aizd mu-
cous surfaces of tl'e system. Price, 75o .
per bottle. Sold by alldruggists. Testi-
moniali, free.
Hall's Family Pills ar. the lesat-
Wriy ~Se Protested.
The proud young husband of the bean
tiful yo ng wife declared that it mat-
tered not to him how poor he might be
Sthe world's goods.
"For thou," he exclaimed, "art
health uatold l"
"But I expect to be told everything I"
she._protSsted, fearful lest there arise
misunderstanding between them.-De-
S troit Journal.


A CTIVE SOLICITORS WANTED EV-
SERYWEERE for "The Story of the
Philippines" hy Murat Halstead, coni-
missioned by -lie Go-rernment as Official
Historian to the War Dopcrlment. The
hook was written in army camps at. San
Franeisco, on the Pacific with General
Merritt. in the hospitals ,t Hoiolnalu,
in Hong Kong, in the American trenclhes
at Manila. in the insnrgent camps with
Agninaldo, on the de ck of the Olympia
with Dewey, and in the roar oi battle at
the full of Manila. Bonanza for agents.
Brinilul of original pictures taken hby
government phontgrapliers on tlie spot.
Large book. Low prices. Big pirufii'.
Freight paid. Credit given. Drip all
S rashy iir.olfcial nar Ibooks. Oillit fri'ee
Amlirme., V. T. B.irlhe,-, *cc'y., Stir In-
surance e Iil r., Chlieu ,u.


Skin Diseases.
For the speedy and permanent cure of
better, salt rheum and eczema, Ch.ui-
herlain's Ese and Skin Ointment is
. without an equal. It relieves the itch-
ing and smarting almost instantly and
its continued nuse effects a permanent
cure. It also cures itch, barber's itch,
nald head, sore nipples. itching piles.
chapped hands, chronic sre eyes and
gR'anolated I;ds.
S Pr. Ca'lyr' f'o.,kltilo Prowders for
h'r h -nr( "e L:.t toniH. l'P.u rn fr Ir


diry elcc.iou at that place. Henry C.
(Groves, chairman of the '"dry" cam-
paign cuinmittee of lMarion county,
had papers taken out and Sheriff N1u-
gent served th-mn upon the- 'aloon
ment ou Dunnellon.
TI u cottonseed shipment to Quil, -
C'V .,litiiUes as grpat as in funrter
.vens. It tmay not. be genert-lly
ki,.wn,. but it is a .;fact that, the to-
I'ScemI groIwet s of Gadcdetn county
c,,isstine annually for fertilizing pur-
p"'.-es what coutnii.-aled is raised at
hioIMe and timost of that produced in
several adjoining counties.
The ['alatka Advertiser says a
batting saw at Wiloni's mill flew to
piiL-ces whiile in thlie sa went thro-ugh the second
floor, severing a 2x4 scautling, pene-
trating the side of a slab box several
inches thick and finally sticking into
the ground floor so far that.it had to
be hacked out. Fortunately no one
was injured.


While.two. meu were hunting near
the big bend of the Saita Fe river
near Hildreth, recently they found
two human skeletons in the hollow
stnmip of a big tree. The skeletons
had evidently been there for many
years, and ar. exainiiiation created
the iinpression that they were the


skeletonis of idinng.


There was


lound upon them an old ne, klace and,
a lot ol beasla.

How to Prevent Pneumouia.
You are perhaps aware that pneumonia
always result- from a cold o- from nu at-
tacK of la grippe. During the epidemic
of Ua grippe a few years ago when so
many cases rcsnited in pneumonia, it
was observed that. the attack was never
foll'wcd. Ihy ibat disease when Chamber-
lan's Cough Re.xedy was used. It coun-
teracts any tendency of a eold or la grippe.
Every battle warranted. For sale ly L.
M. Ware & Co., St. Andrews and Bay-
bead and all medicinee dealers.

Stopped the Duel.
This happened in Brazil: Felix 1o-
oayuva and one Zuocharini of Sao Phalo
are both journalists, the latter an Ital-
ian. Zuooharini challenged Bocayuva
to a duel, "COrtainly," replied the
Brazilian in effect, "ff you are good
enough to fight with a gentleman. Get
a certificate of character from your con-
sul and I'll meet you." So ucoharini
applied to the Italian consul in Rio for
a certificate of charmoter. Learning the
purpose, the consul refused, and one
duel was off.
Advantage. of Married Life.
"Married life is the thing."
"Why, for instance?"
"Well, you can have the comforts of
home then."
"Are you keeping house?"
a. t ;I.. v a.# f.. a t& e -d %


To Members of the Loyal Repub-
lican Club.
A petition for signatures, asking for
representation upon county commis-
sioner's boards is being circulated, pur-
porting to emanate from the "Republi-
can Club," warning is hereby given to
all members of this club, not to affix
their names nor give their support
thereto. E. A. EMMONS. Pres.
J. M. WILLS, Vice Pres.

STATE NEWS.

Recent Happenings in Florida,
cCollected front Exclianges.
Jos. Jefferson. "Old Rip VanWin -
kle," is a tourist in Florida.
M. (. Gsay of Arcadia was last
week grated a patent on a wrench.
J. W. Exley of Bronsou sold $108
,vorth of tobacco from only a quarter
-of an acre tmr which he was paid 35
cents a pilound.
A reduction of five cents p r cra:e
on the freight rate of tiiinat.es has.
been granted and the Bil artow Conner-
linlorniaiit erttiinate~ that it will save
$4,000 to the shippers of towiatoes iln
Polk county alone this season.
Two fishermen caught seven hian-
mired pounds of Spanidi mackerel aind
four pompar.o that weighed 100
pounds at West Palm Beach one
night last week.
J. D. Tucker of Flotida has beIn
appointed at Washington as stenog-
ratpher. He has been assigned to
Commander Gilmnore at the navall

The deid body of B. F. Trowell, of
Tampa, formerly a clerk in the quar-
terniaiter's depart nient, Foilrth Ar-
ui} Corps, was found near Orange
Pai k in Jacksonville a few days ago.
Death appeared to have been due to
natural causes, as there were no signs
of foul play.
An insane woman near Gainenville,
named Mrs. Holden Hntchins, who
has been quite ill, secured A knife
and cut her own tongue aut at the
roots. She cannot talk at all, now,
but it is "believed she will recover her,
mind and health.
Col. B. M. Hall of the hydrograph-
ic division of the geological survey,
in charge of the water snpply divis.
on, wilthli heatquarteis at. Atlanta,
Ga., it, in Jackson ille, to make a
study of the water supply of Flo, ida,
eSpecially relating to the rivela.
p|>rings aud artesian wells.
The "drys" -of Ocala have begun
their campaign toward closing the


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were famous years ago-their fame
grows every year-as the seeds
most to be reed on-as always
the best. For sale hy leading
dealers everywhere. Five cents
per paper and always worth It.
Insist on having t em. aRun
ViBi:no risk -buy IFerry's. 3 I
1899 seed Annual i free.
S ERi T & co.


What Shall We Do?
A serious and dangerous disease pre-
vails in I his country, dangerous because
so iecepti e. It ones on so slowly yet
surely th.,t it is often tirmlv seated be-
fore we are aware of it. '
The name of this disease which may
be divided into three distinct stages is,
First, Kidney trouble, indicated by pain
in the back, rheumatism, lumbago,-fre-
quent desire to urinate, often with a
burning sensation, the flow of urine be-
ing copious or scant with strong odor.
If allowed to advance, this reaches
the second stage, or bladder trouble,
with heavy pain in tne abdomen low
do n between the navel and the water
passage, increasing desire to urinate,
with scalding sensation in passing,small
quantities being passed with difficulty,
sometimes necessary to draw it with in-
struments. If uric acid or gravel has
formed, it will prove dangerous if neg-
lected.
The Third stage is Bright's disease.
There is comfort in knowing that Dr.
Kilmer, the great kidev and bladder
specialist, has discovered a remedy
famous for its marvelous cures of the
modt distressing cases and known as Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root.
It is sold by all druggists.
As a proof of the wonderful virtues of
thiL great discovery, Swamp-Root, a
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mail on application to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghampton, N. Y. When writing
kindly mention that you read this lib-
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No Prisons Needed.
In Iceland there are no prisons, and
the inhabitants are so honest in their
habits that such material defenses to
property as looks, bolts and bars are
not required. Yet its history for the
past thousand years records no more
than two thefts.
Of these two cases, one was that of a
native who was detected after stealing
several sheep, but as he had done so to
supply his family, who were suffering
for want of food, when he had broken
his arm, provisions were furnished to
them and work was found for him when
he was able to do it, and meanwhile he
was placed under medical care, but the
stigma attached to his crime was con-
sidered sufficient punishment.
The other theft was made by a Ger-
man, who stole 1? sheep. But as he was
in comfortable circumstances and the
robbery was malicious the sentence
passed upon him was that he should at
once sell all his property.
Millions Given A way.
It is certainly gratifying to the pub-
lic to know of one concern in the land
who are not afraid to be generous to
the needy and suffering. The proprie-
tors of Dr. King's New Discovery for
consumption, coughs and colds. have
given away over ten million trial bot-
tils of this great medicine, and have
the satisfaction of knowing it has abso-
lutely cured thousands of helple-s
cases. Asthma, bronchitis. hodrsencs.
and all diseases of the throw at, chest
and lungs ire surely cured bv it. Call
on any dru gi.st ard get a trial b-)ttle
free. regular size 50 .ts and $1. Every
bottle guaranteed, or price refunded.


On a l.are Scale.
"I have heard Eome very r
stories about your surcess-.-9.
young woman as she lr,-id ont
corners of her oy,-s ud aiju
month so'as to ral.e ,li;jpl s.
"Yes?" responii-,l. S:nator S
with a complacent smile.
"It has been intimated to
you have made money out of
lut, of course, one doesn't hav
lieve everything one hears."
"Well. these silver people did
ly when they tried to make poli
of money I dunno's a man wonl)
blame for turning the experim<
other way around."
"And then another person
that you got your vory first star
as a curbstone fakir."
"That's libelous." ,
4"I thought so."
."Absolutely false. The way I
first start was this. [ had a fa{
me, which wasn't good for an
else, so I got it surveyed and hai
printed and opened up an office ai
the whole thing off in lots. ['r
man of small enterprises. When
out to do anything, I do it with
As soon as I made up my mind
I faked a whole town. I would
with a curbstone."-Washingtol


Smy
left
bhin-g
maps
sold
iot; a
start
will.
Sfake
'bop


She Kept Iler Appointmei.'v-.
A. was a young mn .
regimnent whob ll in ovew
daughter:of an opulent m'er
grew tired of her, and when b -regi
ment was ordered to the east ho left hei
without explanations. '
Returning home with more dust thai
medals on his coat, he dined anud wen
to a ball, where B. was the (Inties
among the beauties. They dauced, ant
she showed no reseutweent on th scori
of past unfaithfulness. 'i'essede y A.,
she gave him au appuintncut a cer
tain church near her tather's house
C which had been their trysting |lace in
her days.
A. went happily to his club, nd hii
old friend, Major 0., offer im a
cigar.
"I met Lucy B. this even ," saic
A., and be told his friend of the ap-
pointment she had given him. *
The major expressed no sur pse, but
said Lucy was a good and giving
girl-for he knew what had go before.
A. went to the church oo -he day
named, and there was a wedding --When
the ceremony was over, B., bride,
came out of the church on t, irm oJ
Major O., the bridegroom. -
A. went home to his lodging --sPear
son's Weekly.
Sure They Were Sa
The method adopted by a r stic ok
ing individual to prevent the os0 o|his
hat and coat while dining fu ishelthe
patrons of a Market street cafe ith
much amusement yesterday. he ost. n
ger meandered leisurely in( the pl ce
during the busy lunch hour and mi de
his way to the nearest vy nt ch r.
Producing several yards & wine m
his pocket, he removed -bat d
passed the string. once around t
crown, making it fast witl a don
knot.
This, of course, can mber p
diners to suspend h~isn in ordr
bet-r An obr
careful stranger appeg i0 I to
the causatiou he was cr. e ., aking
off his coat, he passed thli end of
tbe string througid on esle -, after
securing thu end to him w .'ng hbat
and coat on the rack. Assi n1 imdscl
that the knots were fir ted, the
cautiuus individual w at aabnd pro-
ceeded to get away with a batantial
meal.-Philadelphia Recor -
Wqnted HIm.
Dealer-I'm afraid I can recom-
mend this parrot, madam. weaks
like a sailor.
Mrs. Forry-Oh, how ightfull
"'Shiver my toplightsl" ow my
mainsails!" and all that, I s pose?-
Oinciunati Enquirer


Books written on bone, ston
tiles and oyster atiells; Bible
on palm leaves and manusorl
scribed on bark, leather, papyrus
ment, wood, lead, ivory and c4
among the treasures of the Bri
Beum.


bricks,
written
s tran-
parch-
er are
imu-


VAN'rED--SEVERAL TRUSTRTHY
persons in this state to manage usi-
ness in their own and nearby coun es. It
is mainly office work conducted-.4home.
Salary straight 9O0 0a year and elenses
-definite, honafide, no more, no s sal-
W.y. Monthly $75. References clo'IC
sell'-aadressed stamped envelope. i rert
E. Hess, Prest., Dept M., Chicago


For Sale Chea !
Grazing Timherod Lands. including ipa-
rinn Rights; in all 1,300 acres: joiis
St. Andrews Bay. FI.., for twoa :ione-
halfmiles. Embaaces Shell Point.1'rop-
erty of 1. J. Hughes. Address-I. J.
Huonsi, Kingston, Jamaica.
&, .


IMPROVED FARM FOR S1

Gilt EU Barlain for SOu
Ondhundred and sixty acres of
F 'riing Land in the south hail'of ci
7, township 4s. of range 13w.
Dwelling House, lirive Well, conv-
outhouses. Fine Fruit Orchard o
Peaches, Plums. etc., and nearly
Grape Vines, all in bearing. Ji'
soon will be sold for
$1,000!
And the improvenitnis aln, ,i ist
-deal more money. Would prvft
down. ibut might give time on il o,-hb
purchase money, P.ur full p.a lIicLi
dress the Buov, St. Andrews Ba.y,


ent
a i-s.
ken


unit
lsh


LEGAL NOTICEsr
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Divorce Notice.
First Judicial circuit of Florida-
Court of Washington County.
James E.Taylor complainant, v!.
V Taylor delendant-Bill fojr d
It is ordered that thie detfiendIti
lii V. Tavior, appear. plead, h.iLis e
mur to the hill filed in ihi- c:s.-
14th dav of January. A. D., I-:io.
This or er to lie polished forI
of five conspeutire weeks iin the -
drews Buoy.
Done and ordered this the 12tl
December, A. i,. lhb9, in the C uw i
non, Washington Co.. Fln.
W. B.L.,ss
Cli rk of the Circuit (C'


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-- We know
cf nothing bener to tear the
lining of your throat and
lungs. It is better than wet
feet to cause bronchitis and
pneumonia. Only keep it
up long enough and you
will succeed in reducingyour
weight, losing your appetite,
bringing on a slow feverand
making everything exactly
right for the germs of con-
sumption.
Stop coughing and you
will get well.

tiger 5


Scores coughs of every kind.
An ordinary cough lissp-
pears in a single night. The
racking coughs of bronchitis
ate soon completely mas-
tered. And, if not too far
along, the coughs of con-
sumpnon are completely
cured.
Ask your druggist for one
of

Dr. Ayer's
Cherry Bectoral
Plaster.

It will aid the action of the
Cherry Pectoral.
Tr yon ave any complaint what-
ever and tde&re the 1,ltn mn.illc
advice you cun poniaL'ly obra-iu,
wrate us free.ly. ou wlllrecrlve a
pr'i,,t ,rply that may be of great
Value io 'C.U. A.1'ltre u ,s
SDR. J.'C. AYK., Lowen, MAas.g
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*
shark. and the Dead Whale,
The presence of any large quantity
of easily obtainablo food is always suffl.
client to secure the undivided attention
. of the shark tribe. When "cutting in"
whales at sea, Ihavoeoften been amazed
at the incredible numbers of these crea-
tures that gather in a short space of
time, attracted by some mysterious
means from heaven only knows what
remote distances. It has often occurred
to us, whon whaling in the neighbor-
a hood of New Zealand, to get a sperm
| whale alongside without a sign of a
0 shark below or a bird above. Within
Iapn hour from the time of our securing
t the vast mass of flesh to thq ship the
f! whole area within at least an acre has
r- been alive with a seething multitude of
P Aherrks, while from every quarter came
drifting silently au incalculable host of
sea birds, converting the blue surface
of the sea into the semblance of a plain
of new fallen snow.
The harpooners and officers from their
lofty position on the cutting stage slew
scores upon scores by simply dropping
their keen edged blubber spades upon
the soft crowns of the struggling fish,
the only place whore a shark is vulner.
able to instant death. The weapon
sinks into the creature's brain, he gives
a convulsive writhe or two, releases his
hold and slowly sinks, followed in his
, descent by a knot of his., immediate
neighbors, all anxious to provide him
with prompt sepulture within their
own yearning mawa.--National Re-
view.
The Four Greatest Poets.
Who are the four greatest poets of the
world? The question was one, we gather
from Sir Edward Hamilton's mono-
graph, which used to exercise Mr. Glad-
stone. About the first three places in-
deed be believed that there could be no
reasonable question. They must be as-
signed to Bomer, Dante and Shakes-
peare. But about the fourthplace Mr.
Gladstone found geat difficulty. He
oonridered that there were four com-
petitors-AXschylus, v'lgil, Milton and
Goethe. We wonder eow many of our
readers would at a first guess select Mr.
Gladstone's final choice? It was Goethe.
Who, in recent days, have been the
greatest masters of English? This wal
another question which Mr. Gladstone
was foud of considering. He decided in
favor of two as greater than all others-
Cardinal Newman and Mr. Ruskin. It
is interesting to recall the fact that Mr.
Morley, in a lecture, answered the same
question. According to him, the great
masters of English in our generation
have been tbrea--Carlyle, Alaoaulay
.0ui Mr. -Ruskiu. MoIhe last named alone
appears, ic will b oen, in both lisEs.-
Lordon News.
Ainwiok castle, according to the ob-
servatious of a learned antiquary, owes
its origin to tbh Romans. It is one of
the largest Gothic buildings in Britain,
containing about five acres of ground
withiu its cuter walls, flanked with 16
towers and turrets.

The eagle first appeared on the seal of
the United States in a design submitted
to congress by William &arton of Phil-
adelphia iu 17&2 The dice wasadopt-
ed Jaue 20 of that year.
S.-4- --.
One Draw-back.
"I have a splendid ear for music,"
said th. complacent young man.
"Yes," answered Miss Cayenne re-
gretfully, "but you don't sing with
your ear. "-Washington Star.

A Clever Trick.
It c'frtainly looks like it, but there is
criallv uu trick about it. Anybody can
try it who has lame back and weak
k.due-i's, roala'ia, or nervous troubles.
W,. iian hI cain cure himself rilht
'.::..i by:a king E-.ctLric Bitters. This
in.it-'ri.': tie.- u1) the whole system,
,'.-; a.- a --tiimulmt to liver and kidneys,
i-. a Ilo,.d pIi-urilier and nerve tonic. It
ciir,'. (*,,ihLipatlon. ht-adac;he,, fainfine
,' ll-. -l'.e pllis-.oi and mchlncholy. It
is putiir',-ly v.-ela.ble, a mild laxative,
aid r.-l'r'~a-- thi s.vsteriU to its natural
i r."'. 'l'it Ih trie iittl.rs and be
H 'i\n.'>d tlI.At l"h.-v are a miracle


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I Handle no Quack Nostrums.

PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMiPOUNDIED!
DR, J. J. K ESTER, M. D. Drruapist.


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255 Tons Burden. Passenger Capacity 50

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Apalachicola........ 7 00
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5th. l:,th and 25th at 7 p.m.. ......... Mobile........... 12th, 22d and 2d a. m.
7th, 17th and 27th p.m... jSt Andro sBay .... 11th, 21st and lst a.mi.
S. ....0C-omanton. ....h, stl*
8th, 18th and 28th a.mn..........Apalaehicola........llth, 21st and 1st p. mn.
ARRIVE. LEA VE.
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Connects at Apalachicola with steamers up Chattuboochec River. At
Carrabelle with C. T. & G. Railroad for Tallahassee.
For further information, freight, rates and special rates for large parties
Address, UAPT. JAS. CLARK, Mobile, Alabnmna.





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Our Stock is Complete, Our Prices the Lowest
SOUPR GC-OODS A.RE TTHE BEST!
'ff"''r he 'r alitig A c i. -vi si,,'red, that a.e ill ,t jobe u nit.lht.l.
The Highest Market Price Paid for Country Produce I


Dr.

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Mitchell's Drug Store,


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EAST OF WARE& CO'S STORE.


Fresh and of Guaranteed Purity.

DR. W. G. MITCHELL, PROPRIETOR,
Offers His Professional Services to the Citizens of St. Andrews and
Surrounding Country.
May be fould at his resiltence on Biuni e Vista avenue at night.


OUR
GREAT WFREE ofer
I Cita an ele t and Patt1,kl S,--enlr of ttewreckead Battle.
THI S SPOOl th.f L'ia ineo h. .:o heen sol4 Ii:,the last few
emblossel andheavily aslver-plrt.t-d, tllo .uct of cit. l manacture.td
b7 the largest souvenir apooan h4lls. iI the c-o,,try awtl rdellglita every"Tody who
secure oine. It Iaa s reta1 value o( Jom z. c-: ,a Itu 60 centa. and will orr3.'icer'
any tablo or collectliun.
any table or coletlun. h seud you to 1900.free, In addition tothO
THE COLUMBIAN o,]ly ae..ne.plhe at dg.t
irtnthly nagazine.pub'tiedfati rn d KAM
It aive you a generous supply of lnteresiihgand istr.ctlye reading matter aut
will beawelconme victor to yor lioime evei y mnthob. The Colmubanlia i edte
byMouL F*ANca.s HPo015Li L uEE, the Omot famoua of emale lpoets a1
authors, ai d has a long
Lis of Contributors
Of National Fame and RIeputation, Including Such Names as


Hezkilah ButterwortI r, T, r
literateur, the world famed aut h.r of
ZE Zag Journes, and for 4 years au
editor ofYouth a Compailoa.
Bishop Hale Leighton.
Balph Broughton, M. D.
Bishop MoGregor (Scotland)
*bhe Duchess D'Ano.
IL Gonchon, (France)
Capt. Henry A. McVeker.
dAw.Burn Seaton, D. P., LL. D.
Sylvester Morton Lard. 4
,.' Perre Challot, (France)


Mine. Francis HigglUs-Glmrae,
"The Female Dante." called byurar.
e.uU authority, the greatet Ivting
Langdon Ferris, Jr.
Prof. T. A. Harbeson, (CGrbhagf
Theodore Mansfleld, B. A.
Ronald B. MoLeod.
"Oliver Optic," William T. Adams.
universally recognizeda the greatest
aithiorof books for boys the ourld
has ever known. wa also a valued
contributor until hls death recently.


The Columbian has now a eirculatlon over IMaO copies per month.
S which showI that it enjoys a large shara of poimlrlax vor The regular satbgcrip.
tionpriee isla1O.acyear.
/Inmmm hI By our ,,ffTr you get over a year's subscription to The
UnLUEL iiUihU Colunmiann auditor,' iutilaome Muvenlr Spoon, co-.
RlElllMEMBER- L L bauea vuac<,,t f .O. rnitlrelyr freo Ma nsieemRl Indue.
S *"' rwpentto vuu t;.o -.'t Our.tirat Offer pritid below.
We nake thii liberal propouti n only b-%c~,'t.- olihave .een able to ap.are frnl
the manufacturers ofthelpj ,ou and the puLililerr of The Columblan eso.
cially favorable terms for Lh ,t cotujiuatilou oiler.
The subscription offer of Tin C (olh intan I' a part of the carnuma wt'ra '
that excellent tuaaizlne h;.e i .n-atfo' to quadrnpie Its ctreulaUoa beturs
and secure tha largest sabu~rriU: ..- iin tlO L cuur-tT-
01 1 G E ArT n OFFER!D 'le Be OY iinis toscuro In heia
OUR L) 1 T OFFE nv.xw few wel.ksa a lirge ,i n.b-ter ..r-
new cash subscribers and also to clear up ;- n.:i:.y ol .i r<.'%in,t.' 1q i o>'.Lb'e. Al'd
therefore makes this offer: Wo will inu.' ,'. i-,.-i,.i ,f ti:i. Zardssme BAIB3
souvenir Spoon, as d.seribed above, and it SL;.l r-ri:;ilE to hie Cl.UltP.IIf to 1900,
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B. RICHARD.


E. E. RICH ARD..


DIRECTORY.


R. G. RICHARD.


S. RICHARD & SONS

WHOLESALE GROCERSS
And Dealers in

Northern and Western Produce, Liquors, Cigars,
ETC., ETC.
Sole Agents for the Wm. J. Lemp Brewing Co. and Dupont's Gunpowder
15-17 Commerce St., and 14-16 Front St., MOBILE, ALA.
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J. LYONS, Pres,t.


J. F. DRAGO, M'r.


ALABAMA CORN MILLS.



Millers aud Graii Dealors,
154 to 164 N. Commerce St.. MOBILE. Ala.




NORTH BAY LUMBER COMPANY

BAY HEAD, FLA.



6. TOMPKINS & CO.
ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH

Rough and Dressed Lumbar of All Grades.


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THE PATRONAGE OF THE PUBLIC SOLICITED with a puzzled expression and asked


WFTerms cash or endorsed notes,


THE PEOPLE'S STORE!


PITTSBURG, ON EAST BAY.

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Still holds the Fort at the recog-

-nized emporium for Good Goods

and Low Prices,

Wheie he invites all old friends and the pur-

S| chasing public to call and
Examine his stock and GET PRICES.

Pays the Highest Price for Green Salted ALIGATOS HIDES.



THE ST. ANDREWS;



Horticultural a 11 Improvemeit


C C0 X X ] L 310 y 1


INCORPORATED OCT. 13. 1897.

The purpose of this.Coumpany is to Improve the Coulitry adjacent tuS t.
Andrews Bay and to
Develop its Resources as a Fruit-Growing Country.
To accomplish this the Company proposes to Sell Lands in tractsol' Two-
and-a-half and FiveAcres to such parties only as will irpjove tLenm by the
Erection of Houses. Fences and such Permanent, Impiovemnenri'asa ill enhance the
ral-s ofeach tract so disposed of, and particularly to
Plant them out in Trees,' Plants and Vines.
To the end that in the shortest practicable time every su.'h tract s.hll be a
Source of Revenue to its Owner.


AS TO


RELIABILITY


OF THE COMPANY.


The first question which will naturally be asked will be: "ls this Com-
pany relialleQ"/ And the answer to .it. is: Any person employing the Comoany
to makeiinprovuemnits may deposit an approximate payment of the estimated cost of
the same with any responsible business mau or firm doing businesses on the Bay or iln
llank at their own home to be paid over only when the Coinpany shall satisfacto-
rJIly show that the improvements have been maje accordingto agreement.
..C1)mpanv will not only improve fid plant, but watch and care for
att property entrusted to its keep g.guarding against forest fires, dishonest pilftC.riR
for iamatg.s 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 are giien :
Prica of ana per acre, say $25 to $50; cist of clearing. say $L0: *ost planting I st
year, say $30; cost of cultivation each year thereafter, $0i
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, thongh perhaps a little
longer, some of them, in coming into profitable hearing may be named pearim apricots,
nectarines, vlunis, prunes, mulberries, olives, Japan persimmons aimondri English
walnuts, Japah chestnuts, pecans, and m,,any other varieties of fruits and nuts. which
are almost certain to flourish here: while oranges and citrus fruits, though not con-
sidered certain yieldlarge returns oftener than they miss
The Secretary of the Company will give particular attention to an-
sweringletters of inquiry, and the Buoy will in its answers to corrceFrondents an-
swer all questions asked it.
9PIR E M E M B E R the Cormplany Lands will be .sold.i on Easy
Term of Payment; but improvements must 1Iw, paid for ac Ratiisfactorv prnof' is given
that thle work ha blien performed. CORRE SPO NDENCE SOLICITED.
Address R. E. HOWARD, Sec. W. A. EMMONS, President.
St. Andre s B,.y, Fla.



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SII a nrimT TITllAlr


simply, "Why?"
"Sin.ply because no OLe el.ko knows
the song as yet."
"Is that so? How do yot kno%?"
"It is true. It is part of ihe nei
opera which is now being rehear e,
in the Opera Comique. Now, won't
you be good enough to tell me heree
you heard it?"
"I heard it yesterday while I was
repairing a damaged spot in the wal
of the Opera Comique."
" -+ LIGHTS OUT.
now of ton In oar little boat
On summer evenings we would float.
Careless of time, of east and weats
Ceasing from idle talk and jest,
As o'er the waters' restless flow.
Drifted In cadene s weet and low,
That plaintive bu.le call-
"Lights out "
How through theo old fort It would ring,
Strange echoes from the While we would wait., our oars at. rest
Upon the river's peaceful brer.st,
And watch the yellow lamp gIleams die
At the silvery warning sigh
Of that' plaintive bugle call-
"Lights out!"
From faroff camp, from land of fears,
O'er wastes of distance, ,parting, tears,
Comes the familiar sound of old,
Our life in darkness to enfold.
Alone, upon life's troubled sea,
The fateful message come-s to me,
Of that plaintive Lugle call-
"Lights out!"
-Gertrude F. Lynch in Chap Book.

$50,000 IN GOLD.

A perfect stranger walked into tho
Sidoup brapah of the London and Mis
oellaneous bank and asked to see th
manager.
"Excuse my troubling you," he said
"but you may be interested to knom
that there is a scheme on foot for tbh
burgling of this bank. As I happened
to be passing, I thought I'd look in and
tell you."
The manager, Mr. Julian Foster, ex
pressed his skepticism with appropriate
pomposity.
"My dear sir, a burglary at the Lon
don and Miscellaneous bank I You mus
be dreaming!" I
"I hope I am," replied the other
"And, if so, I owe you an apology
Anyhow, I'm not rounding on any pals
and I'm not asking money for the iufori
mation. Fact is, I overheard a convervsa
tion that wasn't meant for me in a pub
lie house-at least I overheard scrap
of it-and I'm very much mistaken i
the burglary of your bank wasn't th
leading idea of tbo dialogue. "
Mr. Julian Foster, while expression
bis gratitude, poohpooh..d the warn
ing. "Still, as I said," the manage
continued, ','I'm very much obliged t
you, and, supposing it shout turn rra
that you have been well infimed, th
directors would naturally be ver*
glad"-
"Never mind about that. I'm not o01
the make. I only came and told you be
cause I thought you'd like to know
By by! Load up the shotgun and lool
out !"
He shook hands and hurriefl off with
out even troubling to mention his nam(
and address, and Mr. Julian Foste
leaned back in his chair and turned th
matter over in his mind.
"Huml" he solilofivized. "I won
der."
The Sidoup branch was certain
easier to rob than most. It was situated
in a new house, the lease of which hac
been bought cheap from a station
whose business had been unsuccessful
The safe, which stood in the back par
lor, was of a very simple and ordinary
kind.
On the other hand, the branch wa
not, as a rule, worth robbing. It di<
very little business, existing mainly fo
the purpose of raking in deposits, and
very little in the way of cash or uthe
negotiable securities was ever kep
there.
On the following Wednesday, how
ever, the branch would, for the firs
time in its history, be in a position t<
repay any burglar for his trouble. Ti
meet the views of a particular deposit
in the company promoting business
who had given notice of withdrawal


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to do.
"By Jov Il
at last. f-a
jerry builr rs
in the floe 'I
Worki as
a burglar him
bit of the lti
and slpjTiv .
one after the c
ly driving iu
cut from the
plank tighter
and once more
ly over it.
"Now, Mr.
erything's rea
ing place and
As the tro
street, thore w
glars entering
come, if they
wall and tbro
Fostert with:
and watched d
parlor through
bored in the d
The hours d
tiruce sorely.
tweeu 3 and
slight noise,
other the ratt
snoring of the
attention. Th
parlor coming
part of the ho
In a minute
ed and two me
were masked,
a little bag of
It was. too-
their metho'ls
as he could ji
gradually by
steel to act S
jimmy could
leverage brown
The proc-el
At the end of,
strong box '
were pulliun
it in their etn
The pyclhol.i
"What i
claimed aud

and for te
quick exoba
Wbenitha
from the to
constables,
stretched oun
the violated
ed over the
of blood b
i manager hi
aunl a nasty
A doctor,
of the poll
and assure
serions. He
gave his ve
"I was to
chap got aw
000. It's a
ing such a
"Ah, we'
sophically, .
Londnu an
speaking as
wonder if
got a bit ov
They ough
And thL
ter's doot
the service'
ised hims
greatest r
erward, h
retiring .
ground tbh.
had rele c


addAei p his mind what
I ha I" he exclaimed
inged those beautiful
have ref a plank loose
The kbhingI"
qui a.ilf he bad boon
rsel, .tripped. ack a
ng, lif a eplank
z tE


lit by jadioions-
lit igsea which he
fi'3 d he made the
tha hail bnen before
fast d the felting neat-

ur ," h(3 said, "eVr-
dy. retire to my hid- C
wh or you."
nt I the bank faced the
n"ats probability of bur-
g ,' way. They would
? e, over the garden
ung e kitchen. So Mr.
I a uto the bank itself
de uripelsl in the bank
h ephulo which he had
If) yitb a gimlet.
ed on, trying his pa-
minuit have been be'
4 the morning when a
w h obviously was nei-
i of a window nor tha
sekeeper, arrested his
ae or by which the bank
ated with the private
n was being tried.
two the lock was fore-
ntered. Both of them
one of them carried
Is.
fr-itntm to observe
h exacti o .de. So far
e, they forced the lock
,ing in filmy plates of
edges until at last the
inserted and the proper
t til bear
took'thout 40 minutes.
Lat. time the door of the
opap, and the thieves
ll e1j s of papers out of
qu for bags of gold.
lI \umcnt had arrived.
a r.1 r.l" Mr. Foster ex-
..t in upon them, firing
ne m-. ujuok at hiA,
second or so there was a
a ef shots in tho half light.
eased aud Mary's screams
windows had brought the
eo of the burglars lay
vith a broken leg before
fe. The other had esoap-
rden wall, leaving a trail
ind him, while the bank
self hbad a grazed cheek
sh wound in the shoulder.
Lowing hard on the beels
an, dressed his wounds
him that tbbhy were not
myselff together and
n of the story.
late-too late; the other
He's carried off $50,-
the bank's fault for hav-
y sfiafe."
said the doctor philo-
,50,000 won't break the
Miscellancoust In fact,
shareholder, I shouldn't
directors found they'd
o something for you.
di bhey paid Mr. Foe-
nd they gave him
Which he had prom-
In expressed the
few months aft-
his intention of
employment on the
ate spooulation
c the necessity of


from tlc oil:ur ani said, Isn't it true
that your fat her doesn't do enough work
tn riv,.ut his being called worthless?'"
The boy had chafed under these un-
pf:i.,:nit questions, and, aLnmmouing his
ck,)r:,,, b.3 eimd ionIlyV: "1 i you want
i(. kpjc'ov so bad whether my father's
vr Ll-, u-a.: t.:. There he is on the
jury -Jo:!aiut:jlis .ouarnal.


I-le 1pyea xansTrue TlfK '
The Cln'j Womnw tells an amusing
sriry o> o party of women who recently
vrit.t HPike'a poak. A youth, still in
ki.co lreucjes, although h wore a col-
lar of estra,'rinary height and stiff-
no's., %as their ,cuide, but bis kpowl-
edge cf the points of interest appeared
to Le lighbr.
Every few minute ho stood up and
shouted the namis of certain bowlders
tind smtrenam. Whun we were nearly at
the top, he called out:
"On the right is the Lion's Monthl"
"'Why is it called the Lion's Mouth?"
asked skeptical lady who had pestered
him with "whys" all the way.
"Aw, I donno," said the lad, tired&
of being asked for information. "I was
told to holler these names. I dunno
why nothing. It's my job to holler, and
so I roller."
A C'l'VE sOLI.CIrOhs WANTED EV-
S ERY\VHERE for Thp, Siv,,i oi'the
Philippines" 1.% Miurnt Halstead. corn-
misioned byv ".he Government as. Otffiial
i,-'0loinan to the war DL.perlmnit. The
book %as wrilteni in army c;impl ,llt S n
Fr.n"-isco, on the 1'ucitic i ith Gvneral
M, it 1il. in 'he ho-oil al t H nlIlni .n,
in Hl n; Kong, iin the Aineric:an tr ciiht.
aI M.i i in In Ihe insurgent camps ihi
Ag.ccill.,hio, on the d ck ol' the Olymvnipia
,th [lDeie nn.1 in tIbo io:ir l n latle at
the 1' ol Maiila. Konur, .-i for agents.
Utimlul i'f original pictures taken by
g, vr inenf-t Iphtrs g :phelrs, n tlfe put.
Lirg,: lio k. Low prices.. big ,pr'tiId .
tight paid. Credit given. L)rp all
tn rat 1, official war hiok-. Outfit free
AdlIlr.~ ;. V. T. BriCrle, c ., St r In-
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HALEVY'S SURPRISE,

Opera Air Whistled iu the
Streets Before Its Produc-
tion.
New York Press.
When Halvey, the noted c,,IItipi,,.
of "Tle ,Jewess" and otilier cucceis-
ful operas was ecoonomizig tL. letl
just before the production lI "'lI'he
Musketeers ol the Queen" at the Op-
era Comique in Paris, a .'ingiilttl l1L-
cident occurred ac'ordinig to hiM iwnt
story. His bank account was all bLt
exhausted, and he walked back and.
forth between dwellingaplI theater to
save expenses.
He was counting heavily on a big
success for his new opera. Evei -
body at the rehearsals was eninimtu-
ed with .the music auil prol.hemled
great popnla ity for it. One daiy al'-
ter leaving tllO theater Halvev w:is
walk 1 g along the boulevard ail 1 io-
ticed presently that a rtan a feo,
steps ahenlt ,,f him i as wIn hitlli g
loudly-an unpardonabl.c "sic'jamon
well Li edi l, > lIi. in Palris. hlie ai,
thle mn was whistling struck him bas
familiar at first. Then sundrdely i it
dawned upon him that itL was the
priucpal melody of hins new opera.
The composer quickened his pace
and overtaking the whistler, saw that
he was a workingman. He accostel
him, saying quietly:
"My good man, do you know what
you are doing? Do you knoit. hat
there aro n't two mei iyn Paris that
can whistle that melody?"
The stranger looked at Halvey


licemen, usuP.i ct. upon tufirmanion vated by means or the microscope into
received, tho heaven only knows an honored position of independence are
where they ge from! If there's any the foraminefera, mostly marine atoma
idei of break to.this bank, I think inhabiting many chambered oells. At
we may take .a ct the attempt will one time they were considered molluscas,
be Lmaio while at money is on the at another they were ranked among
pruiiemiis.s the infusoria and eventually they were
That- very ernonl he began his settled comfortably in the subkingdom
preparations giving the intruders a protozoa. The calcareous shells have
waim reccpti As soon as banking in the past formed vast deposits of
hours were ov o e went up to town chalk. They are often today congregat-
and bought a Iver. It was a weapon ed as realms of sand.
he was used t ad he practiced nsuli- These animals are not always ml-
ciently to eati im:.-clf that he retain- note. but generally they are subjects
ed a considerat1 skill with it. Then, imperatively demanding the lens. An
by degrees, hi nu of campaign de- ounce of sand has been known to con-
veloped itself tain 6,u00 of their shells, and in the
-'The simn i way, I suppose," he West Indies the figure onoe ran into
meditated, be to get the police millions. Your object under the naked
to keep an e okout on Wednesday, eye seems to be merely a pinch of brown
or 1 might special plain clothes sand; Yuder the microscope you have a
officer down. headquarters. But great variety of the loveliest lilliputian
where should come in? The bank bells, representing every variety of
wouldn't gi e a service of plate, form known to the conohologist.
with promioti-a follow, for that, and
I should look: pretty fool if it turned The Footstep. in. he Sand.
out to be a f larm." Wetoiled on for life-barelife. Then
So he took e intohis confidence, imagine our amazement when on the
but thought o 0 scheme, long surface of a dune we perceived hu-
Wednesday e, and with it came man footsteps imprinted in the sand!
the messenger Lothbury with the Down we went on our knees and ex-
gold-$50,00 ed up securely in ten amined them. There was no doubt of
leather bags. 'helped Mr. Foster to it They were the footprints of human
jock tiLe aw B tie cafe, on the in- beings. Surely we could not be very far
Jock ti v ai t 'se cafe, on athai
a glass of er a:cigaiette. we were wv e-a wa N followed up
"I'm ltld yn oticed it,'-' the man- the trail till we came to the top of a
ager relied. ou'.,ll support my ap- dune, where the sand was driven to
plicatjbn for a tietteuaone. In the mean- gether in a hard, compact mass, and
time,4however, F 've ot this." the footprints could be more distinctly
He brought tOe six shooter out of the made out. Kasim dropped on his knees,
drawer of the sk and showed that It then cried in a scarcely audible voice,
was loaded. "They are our own footsteps l"
Mr. Foster meditated till dinner "Through Asia," by Sven Hedin.
time. He medi ted over his chop and Available Testlimonr.
bread and cheese f He went on meditat- The following story was told by Ma-
ing over his w isky and water after- jor Mensis of a Vincennes lawyer who
ward. y appear d for the defendant in a trial by
"Gold-yes, ere is enough gold jury arf put on the witness stand a boy
there to stir a man's cupidity-the from whose testimony he expected to
more especi u lay d c-.n't be traced. gain a great deal. To the confusion of
If any burgt' ows about those sov- the attorney, the story told by the boy
ereigns, that tiu lar will turn up to- was greatly to the detriment of the de-
night. feulant, and the attorney set to work to
"Accidents w 1. happen. Burglars show that the boy was "worthless."
aren't over scr onus. Sometimes they "What is your occupation?" he asked
work with six ters, sometimes with tho boy
chloroform pa They might happen "I work on my father's farm," the
to overpower ud then they would witness replied.
, not have much i culty with the safe. "You don't do much but sit around,
Perhaps for tha menur the Eafe isn't do yonui'"
*really the bet e o to keep those bags "Well. 1 hr.p my father."
of gold in." "BVut yonu'ro worthless, aren't you?'
He thought t A t matter out. The -was the tr.,.rru.ry's de:.itive question.
pro lEiu was e .ate one. Supposing "l di know whoter I am or not,'
e the gold to 8 a en, then, if by any rttort ,_ the wituess warmly.
accident it c Id proved that it bad Th -, the attorney t.ook another tack.
been stolen ifm by place except the "Y(our father's a worthless man, isn't
iafe, clearly wo4d be a very serious her-'
I matter for h Vi "WVl. he works about the farm."
So midni t arr ed before Mr. Foe- The attorney here fastened an eye
ter, who h in t rueantime been to which gle.i:ncd with triumph on the
his bedroom to put u his dressinggown jury and uailed the boy with a glance


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