ST. AN)REWS BAI
First Last, and all the
Against the World.,
VOL. VIII. ST. ANDREWS BAV
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Senaitors-Ron. Saim'l Paso, Monticello,
Hon S. R. Mallory, Pensaeola.
man, Tampa; i2d District, R. W.
L.tad Orlice-Register, W. G. Rolbi'son:
Re>oeito.r-rH. S. Chubb, Gainesville.
Governor-W. D. Bloxham; Secretary of
Stait,. J L. 'rawford; I'r ~asurer. J. B.
Whitticd; Attorney General Wm. B. La-
mar; Comiptrolleir, W\. Ht-eiyniolds; St.-
erintueideniit f Public Ili- lructioln. VW.
N. SheIats: Connmmissioner of Agricul-
ture, L. is. Wouibvwell; Adjutant Ge -
oral, l'.itrick H.juston. "l'll:t halsen.
.J S. S N.\T-'..
t.i t Dit,'rint-- -S. M. i Wllr r. P. vn saR la:*
w enT-f'fth Ditrict--,1. Clarke, -
o a ,lithka .
Ht N; :v I N C >LN I T..
R ,; ll- S ... i l l l l i l.:, l.Ch i ,ll v ,
C .1.il % .'u .go, D. ',. M .il n, Vernon;
C! i 1t ..i.It, C"oui n Clerk, is order
: '. -, W. B. Lassitter, Vernon;
tlierifl. C. G. Allen, Ciipley; Treasurer,
'. Lirne, Citi il .y; Tax Collector, A.
Q. JGiic:, Vernon; Tax Assessor, W,
B. Gainer, Econtinua; Superintendent
of Public Instruction, W. L, Locky; I
C". i, ; Slurvevbr, Thos. Collins, Chip-
Justice of the Peace, W. 1. Singleterry;
...i ry Publics, W.A. Emmonms, C. H.
Crippen; Deputy Circuit Court Clerk,
W. A. Eunnons, School Directors, R.
F. ]Braciiii, W. I. Singletarv, L. M.
Ware; lost Mnster, l,.1 YWare
J-iAlUa.SON.. -1 '
Postmistress, Mrs. M. B. Jenks.
?ostmiastor and Notary Public, W. H.
?oslniistress, Mrs. Ilasselhorg.
'Postimnastej S. W. Anderson
Ji .I.-Lri., Mrs. R. Gay.
Po3t master, Martin Post.
S;.; -ti, H. J. Johnson.
FeAtimistress, Mrs. Dyer.
Po-tmaster, P, N. Hutchinsou.
Post.ffice on Laird's Mill Bayou.
i,! arits, E. Mosher, Frank Hoskins,
Postiuater, W. M. Croman; Coun
f C', mmi-i-,nir, H. M. Spicer
I' :" Clerk of Courts. S. TWalkley
1 l ; I U S.
'-io m ." -r-. .'l 'r h gtoi .o e
r .. .. I. r -i 'it l a m . a c a : i
S '. . E.-1'iayr meeting at the
'r. -. ri., church every Stnday after
,.,, ::30 o'clock. All are invited.
Pitli.l.--i'ureh, corner of Wyoming
.] ud Oincinnati street. Church
...:: r l.y before first Sunday
a .4 p.m. 1~u il y school every Sunday at
,i .30 a.m. Preaching second and fourth
,i,,.ays in each month. Rev. J. P. Smith,
i-'el,,liani-Church corner Loraine
S..,i.; and ])rake street; Rev. R. J.
Mclia.i; pastor; preaeoing on second d
.uundav of each month at 11 o'clock a. m .
and at 7 p. m. Sunday School at 9:3 0
a. m. every Sunday, John Sturiock, Supt.
,atholic-Church corner Wyoming ave-
nue and Foster street
Thei northern mail, via Anderson, Gay,
Bayhead and Chipley departs every day
except Sunday at 3:00 o'clock; a.m.;
arrives every day except Sunday at
7:40 p. m.
E.-t Bay mail for Harrison, Cromanton,
Parker, Farmndale and Wetappo, leaves
ti. Andrews going east every morning
at 6 o'clock and leaving Wetappo at
1 o'clock, 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
Between St.Andrews Bay & Gay.... 1Oc
S - Bayheadl5c
S" Chipley. 25c
Chipley &Bayhead....... 15c
For transmission by telegraph lOc.
extra, not Including telegraphic service.
W. A. EMMONS. Gen'l Mgr.
W. A. EMMONS,
Deputy Circuit Lu.U-rt Clerk and NoJ-
tary Pubbic for th'e State at Large; has
jurisdiction to administer nlths, take
affidavits, legalize acknowledgments,
etc., anywhere in Florida. Special at-
tention given to land conveyances and
to marriage services, en'l license issued
to lawfully qualified parti's. Otlice at
the BUOY Olfice, St. Andrews Bay.
DR. J. J. KESTER,
Homeopathic Physician and Ac-
coucher. Office Pioneer Drug Store,
corner of Shell avenue and Michi-
St. Andrews Florida
DR. W. (4. 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
C. H. CRIPPEN,
Will attend promptly to all business de-
ujanding his attention. Office on Bay-
view street, one block i.orlheast of T
C Danford's store
W. I. SIN(GLETARY,
Justice of the Peace,
Will give promnnt attention to all matters
coining within his jurisdiction. Ac-
knowled.gments taken: oaths admiinis-
.-...... n,.'-,,.i,'* service performed Of'-
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
One Dollar a Year in Advance.
WILLIAM A. EMMONS
Editor and Proprietor.
Display ad rates 50c per inch per mihfhl
Position and extraordinary condition
rates subl.ipet to sDecial agreement.
"Local Drift," .c per line, first insertion'
21.c each subsequent. Display locals
double above rates.
In thie South.
Written for the Buiot.
The-wooinge winds' were heavy wiih the
f'ag-ran -c Qf orange flowers;
Opening H Eyes.
Jack (tenderly to the little brother of,
his adored one)--Would you like tod
know a secret. Tommy?
Tommy-Should think I would.
Jack-Well, I'm in love with your
Tommy-Oh, that's no secret. The
family has talked about it every day'
since Aunt Emma promised Nell that
THE ATLANTA H1,11 htmIiid iL:'Ah1
ifCd iedcIt n Ie 11CI iilub W tI)Iit in iew ciluty plhe~r
The W, lial lf;1e A ,peLiaj clu t l f
ellibbzi~g r id ,e ofIll" t%% n Ipap r..I, '(
ir-g 011k $1 e 1) y 1 :~ A0i~
iu be hvit t 11vlhdiLhitli, OffiLce h keptdpE
-11ita fact perhai pi uwit Linorml I 1, 11
h[ I, 1 1 1ha t III lc W vu k 1 1)11b('u I 1
I lie target Ciii l loll
r 4' i ~I~iIJS jiIxik.
I- "V .. . i i int-l l. : i j|,, tl.' ....
I i fily al-'.ev miiinl ths-t LL a hI ge now---
I"''[ ,;lileci I t, qll.ue tiuledil tile clai-un
i ii.ilatlioii,n made by tihe ('.m.-ii ,1-
II.n I put 1up a i.,il it oI' f $1(.i thaiI
il co iu h.. ,I i. -,r,.Ved that ir hI.- l I ,.,rc'
than 100.000 circulation. The (JCoin-
stitution promptly accepted the offer
and submitted its books to Eie repre-
sentative of the firm. Mr. George P.
Rowell, puiblistleri of the newspaper
directory acknowledged his error puti-
licly and paid the forfeit.
The Constitution, while being a
democratic newspaper, is first and
above all things'a newspaper. It is
a 12-page 7-columu weekly, making
84 columns each week. Its subscrip-
tion price i- $1 a year, but if taken"
nidier tjio ariangpinent with tfhe
Bnoy we can give them both at tH.e
price above naliiiei
The Conii.litition hlas a special cor-
respoindent in e/ory important city
in the Uiited States and a repiesent-
ative ill all of thie leading centers of
Av\ti. a . s- KirreTV-so'try, rif V
ell in dew-drenched s showers.
The jeweledr skis above u in flaShiug
And a thousand loses in the du-k, their
unseen centers wung.
A mockin bird -ang softly in th,.'
When I said 'good-bye forever," to
Love and Youth and you.
Far down through the echoing spaces,
with a power that still must sway,
The Infinite Heights were calling the
dreaming soul away,
And Love drew back in silence when
Glory wooing came,
And the wealth of Love was bartered
for the diadem of A ;me,
Yet when Lhe light of mem'ry on life's
dusty : 7 fall,
Across the years of silence I can hear
your voice still call,
And, Oh! I would give the glory, the
laurels (and the iuo,)
Once more to be in the Southland, with
Love and Youth-and you.
Chipley, Fia. FRANCES DESMOND.
Songa of the Train Gang.
Philadelphia North Amsrican.
The brakeman sat in the dim caboose,
Nor smiled at a careless joke;
His heart was breaking, because, alas!
The brakeman had gone dead broke
But the switchman said: "Cheer up,
old frie: d,
In life there's many hitch;
And I've ,been so blue in my life ere
I didn't, know which was switch."
Up :pIakL the fireman, a vii,:ei ful man:
"Of l.hi66, lie I orten lira.
I li..er taow i wUiIeLn tu job lbAitV..-;
I'm constantly near the fire."
And then the conductor had his say,
As he finished up his lunch:
"If I had my way it's passengers,
And not the ticket's I'd punch."
And the engine shrieked and howled
And came its complaint: "Oh, dear,
You folks may talk, but it's mine to list
With my cat-like engine-ear!"
And the train sped on with a noisy din,
Nor failed its fate to bewail:
"My lot is the hardest," it cried aloud,
"To ride all day on a rail."
Dreamy sort of weather; skies are jest
As when the winds blowed blossoms
over meadows sweet to you!
Thar's not a cloud above you; the birds
are on the wing,
An' we feel like dreamin'-dreamin
whar the honeysuckles swing!
Dreamy sort of weather; world is jesl
As when Spring throwed her violets ir
handfuls at your feet,
An' all the world is singin' glad songs
of peace an' praise,
An' all the bells are ringin' the halle
One of the Poet Laureate's latest.
Good night! Now dwindle wan and lo-v
The embers of the afterglt.',,
And slowly over leaf and lawn
Is twilight's dewvy curtail.. .:fawAn.
The slouching vixen leaves her lair,
And, prowling, sniffs the telltale air;
The frogs croak louder in the dike,
And all the trees seem dark alike;
The bee is droning in the comb,
The startled beetle has gone home;
Good night! The hawk is n his nest,
And the last rock hath dropped to resi
There is no hum, no chirp, no bleat,
No rustle in the meadow sweet;
The woodbine, somewhere out of sighi
Sweetens the loneliness of night;
The Sister Stapi, that once were sever
Mourn for their missing mate in heaven
The poppy's fair, frail petals close,
The lily yet more languid grows,
And dewy-dreamy droops the rose;
Ti' illi,-werii*,It s* -J7 s. to1
i-'.bil]l i 'po. ii.sI' oin ii ;. a li.
Tl'hr- it willie ga0 t4 n I:
In b. s IiU'it, i lnls i'ii h i
lie (.'uilitliut ,ii:, aiin iftr iero/al
ih -, re l uow sub eCi ibsI'. t/th I
-er, who iti.h to t:il0e tle, I
ion also, we will be g la,'' I i
u-bscription,., r ti liho lt lla aIL
vard therm l ai.i nI.r aiit, ii'rt
hat paper t -,I so. N .
The CillI n. i L ittiu n .s inil., l
ry southern lin.,e.
'ihe Latest Deve'lo e t
am H. James in 4i hii i .1't i n 1
Thle first ess.'niitiai ti li.i\
nod pecan grove is c,1h'. ;i.i
thorough cultivation. ',n-.
hat toll you all you hlia\ to .I
unt a linut ia; the ground .;aid t
-ill come up and gruo .4.1il n
ree without any cat 0, 10
mistaken. You had b,..it i not
grove unless you will cdihila
ake care of it.
Cotton is by fart the b e-t c
lant a pecan grove in, .,-r
always given good cultiadi iol
he pecans get the Lu eirlit ,of
ave planted my grove in i cuit
fourteen years and have.rat
moderate crop there this t ear.
rees are tiow So large tl ai.1,
w-ill have to stop .IapT
dvise all parties \ i I.in t'
ecuan groves to be .'ue't I
ows far apart, even thliuiii thi
ie close tugecther a tl .,i %
hen the trees will get t1r -nl
ind air from at le:iat (tEA'drile.
hey will not do well u nle04 thli
and being thick in the .1, all
,iiable trees can be cut out.
On rich land I wuilt pl ia
rows sixty feet alpait an th
thirty feet apart in lithe 0
of inodeirate fertility tti i dItuil
be modified, but be sure o -gi
rows sufficient distance.
As to budded or seedlling tr
ne say once for all that were
ion is rich enough to btiy I
trees (and Lone but thlie ric
lord to buy them in any qiaitti
is best to get them, provide
know something of the prolific
the variety you are buyiUdg.
not for one moment imagine y
not get a fine pecan grov by
ing the seed. I know yon cat
have it here myself, and au-re
prove it to any one who fy wil
investigate the matter. '.Wh
seeds do not reproduce Ithei
with exactness, still, whi e t
seed are planted, youti et
large proportions of tL th
nuts much fiier than '
co-runerco. A fe'w-;. i-
These I either bud an -
finue ones or ent them oun wh
stand is too thick. A riiig
I wish to' draw the reader .at
to a point of much import ce
first time a pecau tree be a t
are not near at their bst T'
seems too weak to deve! t
tirely. It is only after s er
that they reach their fuil :i
So do not be discourage i'
year the nuts are a littl d
They will greatly impro l
years. There is anuthe oic
I discovered by accident ai
this: Where a tree biar-s d
or badly filled out uut it c
During tlie war with Spain which p
la just been brought to a close, the a
elpoits of no newspaper- in tlie south t
could compare with its preseutationi h
rom the fruot. Its special staff rep- fu
esentative sailed with the army i
w hen it il-,t el,:l.-ik,-,t fl ',u T .anitl , t
ind of ti-he 121i ) r-li i p..--uiid i w0'lui 1
venit lt o ('1 A hlie wi s 1111.1 ..I" ,,il a
O- 'V e n l l l > ,n t a. -,. i .. . ""-' ? ^,"4 " <* :
.,.\i., et mi\,' lh. i it 11 lii ruiX l ti n .-t in i '
Santiago.. Its special representative a
also acconipanie I the il'et in the i1
Caribbeaii sea, and its Wa.shington r
special service covered every detail of b
thlie important war reports originating t
at the capitol. a
The Weekh Constitution during t
the late Spanish war served th3 news a
oft all the notable events from firs' to
last, with the promptness of a t'aily.
The victory of Dewey at Manila, the r
death of Ensign Bagley, the move- t
inents of troops .and fleets, the. de-
struction of Cervera's fleet, the op-
erations in Porto Rico, the treaty,
and the unfurling of the stars and
stripes over Morro castle, Havana, I
were all given in the Weekly on s
Monday, on the very day the news
first appeared in the daily. 1
The Weekly Constitution makes a
special feature of its agricultural 1
page which is presided over by Col.
R. J. Redding, director of the Geor-
gia experiment farm, and a man who
is recognized as an expert on all ag- i
ricultural topics. He give a full
page every week on agricultural mat-
ters. A page is devoted to the wo-
men and a page to children, these
two departments being presided oyer
by Mrs. William King.
Among the regular staff inembers
of the Constitution are Joel Chandler
Harris, Fraink L. Stanton and others
well known thboughunt the country;
while among its special contributors
are such men as Wallace P. Reed.
Bill Arp, Sarge Plannkett, Betsy
Hamilton, Dr. Talmage and others
of national reputation.
The Contitution has just com-
pleted the 30th year of its elistence,
Clark Howell being the editor and
Col. W. A. Hemphill its business
manager. Its name is a household
word in every southern state, from
Virginia to Texas. It has always
been in especial close touch with the
agricultural masses of the south, and
in having reached a circulation which
carries it into 150,000 homes it has
won a unique distinction which ranks
it among the greatest of American
The ConstituTor-, will send a sam.
ple copy of its g''eat Weekly free to
any one sending his own name and
the names of six neighbors on a
Every man should take hi3 own
hte,' Oita oft the most exciting events of tho,,usand tons of ,,',ellan .tshis wi 1ml o
Theon the present session (of tile Filty-fifth be built in American shipyards dur- E m I u o *
he nuts .iges will probably be the fight ilg the next livc y It is a strengthening food and
that will be waged tor tohe passage of tonic, remarkable in its flesh-form-
Ie tlee the bill now pending lo the upbuild.- e harI, ..rselv]s to b'aie f.r tonic, remarkable in its flesh-for-
hears e iugng our shipping in the foreign, neglect anlt iudtif'ence -t ofunr Imer- Liver Oil emulsified or partially
al years traie through a graduated scale of chant i;Alis, ,in thle 1'.,ig' ii.d.'. digest ed combined with the well-
rlection. digested combined with the well-
tect fin. g,..Ernct ai.ls, similar in their Had the n;ti ion given prper atle.i- known and highly prized. Hypo-
the t- aiMounts to those now paid by foreign tion to it, its present plight w tild phosphites of Lime and Soda, so
effective* g,,vernmients to ;their merchant ina- have beeti itipossiblk. that their potency is matcraUl
itie It is said that the bill will not Increased
.int that tay long in the house, but that the lind evotionth which an
fl it is arena lof hot and extended debate will old servant did his duty was illustrated W
defemtive be in the senate. If lpatrioti-m on one occasion when his master had a I ill a t ls of flesh an
be i mune i for i oro t han pa rtisan hil ,, dinner party. D during the dinner H enry
emad co foras than prianhney nervous and made two r tore to a normal condition t
cutting the bill will finally pass and be three blunders. infanthe child and the adult.
hrwing ly sigued by Presient, Me- His master showed his annoyance wfilenrich the blood of the anemic)
g limbs. promptly et by Iesitlc ti and cast angry glances at his servant, will stop the Cottgh, health irrita-
Knotley. The devopment oh t1 but the poor man couldn't settle quiet- tion of the throat and lungs, and
tt of far te manlaltifiCtring 'will pale in to ly to his work.
uo tr iu-iguificance aloisgside the accom. At last, when the dessert had beenCurincipientCt o.
ro'bi t trees placed quietly on the table, he stole mak this' statement be cau the
S'l'e li'-hnients of a judicious and cqunita- timidly behind his master's chair and experience of twenty-five ytars ha:
eto e law to revive Anmerican shipping. said: proven it in tens of thousands o
another "Please, sir, can you spare me now? proven it in temn of thoBusnds o.
ected by National expansion is the all-.b'- My house has been on fire for the lat6.l s. you ge So, T ET r s'$tsa
t---- -A iaT A I-Ti n An'wAnswe r. 5oc. and $i.Oo, all druggislts.
:..i n'tia: Thlwvy g't bhiu. 'c.-ns and are satis. The Two Bonds. IN PEACE.
S,,,j.n 1 id. '-.hey should get high flavored Leading democratic newspapers de- A traickof moonlight on a quiet lake
,.e, : I ii as well. nouncetd Mir. Cleveland for lis bond Whose mail waves on a sT-r sanded B~hom
Whisper of pence and with the iw v.-nt.lsnjake
.,, pecan grove well] at tenide, toonli sale, a nd democrats iin drsied Mr. Mc- lBu ch harmnonle as keep the woods awake
,-,.-,| ri.': land will become profit- ble il Kiiley's proposition for a "popular sake,ig a nightlong for thoirewee6
,inti.' tih t.tnyamis. That was the case loan." The two plans have now ygran gel troops of liliesa, hv eo'ei.;
l .. ii, i ill m ine. This year iii best tree been tried by experience and we On viewless stems, with fo"lh-I ;n .of wh.it,
A slumberous stretch of mountain land, fat
El'i.It Ilings' i-. t45 Of etre, they are quote liroi the Pittsburg Poust the seen
Where the law westering day, wi'h g.ld ad
is i.'t al doing that well. Still, t'-,st plain statte.flent of fact now patent to green,
.,, t have cme nicely into earwrurpleand amber, softly blended, ll
1;l. 1110111 iAve come n licely into)bear- The wood.Id rvs.rind uzcI'.,' 2 th.
dh ,ild in.*,, anid I can plainly see that it i- Preide.. i t (Cletelandt was i inr 1. A vine f: lugo.Li Jvz r, i winhiI: ,., hua r- e
l . ll Ot tho oalij l-.rol orf ua ni -ur ;.-s sa,
'hl-n, tihe 1.-'L-t iivestitnent I could possibly c 'i ici-ei i 'lo hiis bond iiui to k ,e i' B-aring alit up".n it, plac:J bLr..i- ,
,itl-.i,1 Iave made. 1 fiid1 no tron bloe i sell- [,' th god, re tbe e b\" ,eal ii wit h .a h blya l.v- rs n1 b1heae -il stars im- .
Theq lTiehusof trtiale.nluf .tcrnItyr.
per .i i g et.ry pc ,c.ll 'it gool prices. C:,lpita li.-ts ha.'iug at tlhi,llr c lunlitt. l. -a. o. Whiti r.
1. b i 1 I J .l"*,R' l, e *, a-. ._il illt I it.- :., o.4 :-iit ,r i ll Ni, \ i- i.'. v a Mt nill,)% -.
I---- ie, er ill o he t ,1 i i h r ic '.h ell (tIll; 1i0 Ch.u, ril.
lii t ". t hec.ntinV of the L1p .,i .i. l g'ld. It ,s l.l hat he .o, hi Prince Chilkow, th,, nsin minister
S 111"Ili a ]i-''li; tie'r-'s 1. iiin I (..,1it La e l llf re' l tIhe iiin,[la to teli, peIple f r rail."ways, coi:f;u ie bio career by
.ive -.v h-ybeond a doult that it lias in e"- ail make themn take theh shi:p ." a makiLng a l.:.ur of ilhe world i(n order to
.u" take r oto uf all tbu lat
, and I '*t u whatsoever. They bear eqntialvy pot.nlai loan. All this was pilousib i, take not dy the v.-or ig of rniiroads
ie :1nv :as ueli whether the tap root is cut or but the experience of the government abroad in a practical manner. He first
is ,. .,ti. Cutting thie tap root ret-l.rrds with a 0pop1ular loan ill the Iatter of .Df all worked asan ordinary-mechanic
z a i a $200,000,000 war bonds iist 1) in the locomotive works at Liverpool,.
1,ti I- the growth somewhat anda t at is ll. 00,000,000 wabnsiss by after which he became a railway guard
,eeit. Pecani trees 'will satidl -vrere ['resident McK:nuley as reported by and afterward station master at an End-
dj f,,i- i.*ruuin like fruit trees. K,.ep the Secrctary G.ge, latls to sh,~,w the ad- lish town. Returning to Russia, hO
.. n. l e..e....n.... .. t...... ........ ............ again worked as aniechanic and after-
i,,, lower limbs pruned off u tii the true vantages of' at plaln. ThE law pro- ward as a station master. After passing
fouris a good triulk. That is all vide'd that the bonds should be allot- several years on the Transcaspian rail-
i i f. the pruning necessary., ted to the smallest subscribers and way he was made director of the Var-
Let im waru all parties wishing to thll secretary was at great pains and railways and finally minister.-Paris
in plant pecan grove. int to plant lihein 'coiuderble exeoinsc to enlighten the Signal.
in enclosures near tile house where ji,,de on tlihe populnlar loan aid inyile WANTETD--SEVERAL 'TRUSrTWOR-
I,,r. st i. is allowed to run at anyli ttle. sub5) ciption:s. As a result thert.o rY Esoss ill this state to Itii age our
business in their own anid tieliry cOuI14
hg a In such i.laces they have not the were 232,224 sunbcriboers for $500 or ties. It is simply office work conducted
.ai1t home. Salary straight $900 a year
- and .slightest show. Il large fields they less, and 82,002 subscribers in excess de xpcnes s-definte, bonfideno uO r,
ieopple are sate, Oi in oien spaces Iihere o
," Enicloh e self-'iddressod stamnpedd4ii i-lope.
o i. to there are no fences they are sale, or( ,xcess of $4,500. Al.lotmeuts w Herbert 1 l. Hessed stri Dept. Chiciag.
that it iii enclosures where stock is not al- mado to 325,000, a~-gregating $200,-
4ake a lowed to runl they do well. The es- 000,000. At the time the secretary Luxury and Extravagance.
.reatlv sentials to a first cla. grove are: made his report $77360,000, the In general the destruction of wealth
ials ra gooe d i I s a social as well as an individual lost-
tplant 1. good seed ur good trees on good original holdings of 116,000 subscrib- The wealth that ia used up in riotous
Ve aid luid: eis had passed into the ownership of living is diverted from better uses. Ex-
2, Thorongh cultivation, thorough 1,001 persons, firms and orpora travagance -is not necessarily luxury.
cultvaton, 1The more transfer of wealth from one
I!op to cultivationi and thorough cultivation. tiuns. Onl this proportion thlie whole hand to another does not involve de-
n is jB3tore closing I wislh to say a loan, tor which there were 320,000 struotion. Consumption means using
i in regal rup- When a nation spends $260,000 for
i ani wor in regard to fertilizers for pe- snibriibers, has gone into the hands a great picture, the wealth isnot-0,00
c I cans. Aniything that will fertilize of less than 3,000 presons. The sec- stroyed; it is simply transferred. When
ti Ior corn or cotton call be used to fertilize retary retimarks with quiet irony, that the jubilee plunger ran through $2,500,-
S a 000 in 12 calendar months, the wealth
ted a ecan ties, and it can be put on at ti thi. extent, the "moral value of of the world was diminiiished only by
The any time. The time does not matter, private ownership of the loan has al- the amount of it he and those who
leatr ] ut ih,: mn;-ine is all ip(],laht redv ',sli-,,ila ,.s*" ponged on him put down their throat
1 11 and otherwise waniculy destroyed. In
s' *i' 1 l 'I 1 1, 0r -1..,-. 1d ill-Tho- ,' 'il"litw t . ..-1.-'
lid"','T U ,a?|a li],,,,^f Lu" L*'ii:! t w praceo h tw nor d.troyed.
S. i To give high prices for articles'whi c
h [l it i. at ill atng i, .- .ul i,.t tiies :iiidg )h iieopiele u,, .! .it' ..i.i aro ramr' is not ncos-aiarly luxury, for
1.1,tu11 c.niie within a foot of the nain tap the holders thereof bv closer botndi. of the price and the rare editionmor the old
t tl, root. pt to te go net. ai master both remain. It is true that ox-
tst the oot. e sympatl,' o the governmentt" w athfl travagance may mean the transfer of
Sirees 1 beIlieve this article overs fully secume from all such "more watchf'1ul- wealth to those who will not use i
i, lr1 about, one thkiusand questions that neSs over public affairs." This was well, but it does not usually mean thia.
It generally involves a transfer to the
n,,hiie have been asked 1ie about pecans in clap-trap and a rel_ etion on Clve- hands of those who will nase it or th
s (and thie past year. I have been all along land's plan, operating at a disadivan- wisely.-Journal of Ethics.
yV du), the road myself and have learned it stage, restricting the bids to a 4 per tThe M-lng Pawn.
und .- by experience. My parting advice cent loan. OneSaturdayafternoontwofrtends oi
to all pecan enthnsissts is: If you But look at the. profit and loss the noble game of chess eat playing
together in a cafe. Suddenly one of
nt the don't intend to take thorough care of side. The 3 per cent issues no0i them started up in a passion and ex-
C tr-ee your grove don't plant it. If you command a price that shows on corn- claimed, "You have pocketed one of myV
)I land are willing to take this care no in- petitive bidding the government pawns."
ce inay vestiment will pay you so %well. But would have received $6,000.000 pre- flood to show that a pawn was really
ive thile you cai't have a pecan grove without iniuns. The Cleveland competitive missing. The excitement over the lost
wo; k and labor, plan vielled the government $31.- pawn became so intense that a lively al-
e, l 0 teroation ensued, in which everybody
ees, lt is said t 000000 on the $262,000,000 issul, in the room took part.
a r- I is said that the plans are pie- he popular loan pla nt penny. Quiet wts at last restored, and the
uIded 1'aed and the capital all ready for player who had lost his pawn resumed'
can af- the costitiction of six ships at San When we think of the valor and his seat and began to drink his coee'
n which was covered with thick cream/
ity), it Fran'lisco which will be as large and skill of our seamlen, shown in the hii- when he all at once got something into
d youi as swift as our St. Paul and St. Loti.-, tory of the country from the time of his throat which nearly choked him.
ness of if only the shipping bill now pending the revolution down to the present thintrusive article, which turned out
But do in both the house and the senate at timie, .ndl we remieimbiter that 'our ship- to bi the missing pav/n.
On can 'Wash igton is passed. rhe Great builders are the peers of thle best anly- The chess player, intent on the game,
plant- Northeru railroad, so it is saiul, will i,, ,he else in the worl, is it ay th rown it into his cup in plae of aekly.
t, fr I also put oun half a dozen freight and wonder that we chafe under the hiu-
A Clever Mainuage*.
eady to I .'-'"eng''r carriers to extend anid ac- milihiaion ou the f:it that over' 90 ;.r The Groom (very wealthy)-Whiy
lhing to c*"'moudatp their trad6o the Orient cent of our itmpou'rts andt exerts are did you marry an ordinary chap like
ile tn if that bill passes. Meanwhile the carried in fo eigni vessels, and less me?
le ne ,. The Bride-I haven't the slightest .
ise've I atiintgeuiie.-, are being swiftly iaail than 10 per cint in Aimeicati ves-e e? dea. MaBda me I agedt the wholl
lie best to ,.stablish Germnian steamslhip lilies affair.-Harlem Life.
a very before the proposed American law If Congr.ss will lass t hlie shipping atai.-HarlemLife.
at bear can b' established. Now or never, bill thi is i itetidel ti car-ry into ie-
ound iu s tar as the ex paunig trade of the lct the ',,,io it
nferinr. P.ific is c,,ncei ned seems to be the .h.--t M1-Ki. Iy i Iir la-.i an Ual *I a
ge into inutto adopted by the intrud iicers amd ,u.,aego to c
ere thl supporters of the bills, has been iurtluiced in the selliate f O S
S, and ill tlhe' hiuiie-seviral hunidredl W
* wro vee r
to bear a ,fiue, good nut
out a portion of the top at t
all the sap into the remain n
If you plaut seed be su
that they have extra size
more importance, get their
that bear heavily every )e
are such tree". Flavor
point that is greatly n
7L A. ANC N
M ARITIM E;
N4tts.-It must be remembered that the
Wind is not a wholly reliable motive pow-
or and if the sailors sometimes find it im-
possible to make schedule timeit must be
targed to the elements; they do the best
The steamer Alpha arrived from
Carrabell4 early Monday morning,
and was detained until ''uesday
morning,' when she steamed out for
Mobile with 16 passengers from this
The Cleopatra arrived from Per.sa-
cola late 'SIesilay afternoon with two
The Win. (Craw'friir ainiiedi Tues-
day aftei noon frcra Pensacola heavily
laden i ith ficight anil two ia:ssen-
PACK E' -.tIOOUN ER
CAPTAIN R. C. GWALTNFY.
Makes regarirt trips between St. Andrews
Bay and Pensacola. Passengers and
freight transported at reasonable rates,
and with every attention to the safety
and comfort of the former, and safe
delivery of the latter. For particulars
address, R. C. GWALTNEY, Lessee,
St. Andrews Bay, Fla.
JAS. HOLMES, MASTER.
Leaves St. Andrews Bay every Tuesday,
leaves Pensacola every Friday,
(weather permitting). Special atten-
tion will be given to receiving and
forwarding freight for parties living on
East ana.North Bay, 'asseigers for
points or`-either armi of the Bay Can
depend upon securing 'prompt trans-
portation at reasonable rates. For
further information apply to
L. M. WARC & Co., Agrs
NAPHTHA LAU NUOH,
CAPT. FRANK \V1''HEiMRLf.
Carrie, 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. in.; leave Wetappo
at 1:00 p. in.; arrives at St. Andrews at
7:30 p. ni. Mla;ea landings regularly at
Harrison, Oromanton, Parker, Pitts-
burg ano Fa rmd.i v. For passenger and
freight rates, see rate card in the sev-
eral un tt,,,ff eQ.
D% >in IM. \'iruEr.ai L. '`Inl reactor.
0 NW dc, .- I
F. AN -
mum, miuiminri and mean t.eomp>;ra-
tures, the igAinfall and direction of the
wind, for the twenty-four hotir-. ending
at 7 o'clock p. m., as indicat.od by U. S.
government self-registering thermom-
eters. Max:,Min. Mean. 'n W'd
Jan 11 67 G60 63 .12 se
12 63 57 57 .00 ne,
13 62 46 54 .00 e
14, 73 55 64 .15 nw
15 68 46 57 .00 se
16 66 58 62 2.34 e
17 65 51 58 .00 se
Forweek... 160 1 54 60 2.61 I-
Parker Lodge No. 142
-1. & A-. :Z.
Regular ( ommini i-
cations on the first
and third Saturday
in each month.
E. PALMER, W. M.
W. A. EMMoNs. Secretary
j^ .' --WA _T <--o -* -
To Cure a Cold in One Day,
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund money if it fails to
cure. 25c. The genuine has L. B. Q. n
A, Novel Dinner.
Victor Smith, appointed collector of
customs at Poit Townshend, Wash., by
Secretary Chase, succeeded in inducing
the government to move the custom
bouse from that point to Port Angeles,
Where he maintained himself for a time
in a semibarbario proprietorship. He
once invited the officers of the revenue
cutter Shubrick to dine at his house,
and the officers arrayed themselves in
full dress and wcut ashore in state to
wait upon Collector Smith at his mau-
sion, whioh was then in an unfinished
In due course of time the collector,
assisted by his wife, brought out two
carpenter's saw horses, on which was
placed a board covered with wrapping
paper. The repast was then set forth.
Smith, taking from his pockets three
big apples, gave one to each of the three
offoiers, with a small forked stick, re-
marking, "You'll have to roast your
own apples. "-Argonaut.
Poland's Salt Mines.
The salt mines of Wieliezka, near
praoow, Poland, were mentioned in
1044, and have been worked since 1240.
The first map of the mines was made in
1688 by Martin German, a Swedish
mine surveyor. The eight shafts now in
existence are from 207 to 985 feet deep,
and the length of the levels now open
is 845,000 feet, with 115,500 feet of
underground tram lines. Between 1778
*nd 1B92 about 3,000,000 cubic yards
have been excavated of salt. Machine
drills are now used, and compressed
janwdtr is employed in blasting. About
1,187 pounds of powder are used per
tius of salt produced. The present.levels
aIfe feet high- by 60 feet wide.
The old man sighed as be took the
oldeo haired, laughing little boy upon
is knee, and, stroking his shining.
tresses, said, "Ah, how much I should
like to feel like a child again "
Little Johnny ceased his laughter,
-Razors and pocket knives at the Pi-
oneer, Drug Store.
-Taxes for 1898 are now due and will
become delinquent April 1, 1899.
-Fresh Florida grown 'garden seeds
and onion sets at the Pioneer Drug
--You can get fine prunes, figs, dates,
raisins and candies at the Pioneer
-Triumph watermelon- seeds-Mel-
ons weigh as high as 100 pounds-at Pi-
oneer Drug Store,
-Wannamaker & Brown's samples
for Tailor Made Suits at L. M. Ware &
Co's. Call ar.d get prices.
-Allens Tasteless Chill Tonic, Sar-
saparilla and Yellow Dock are the
best. For additional evidence call on
Dr. J. J. Kester.
-"Lewis'" men's and women's Ox-
ford ties, from $1 to $2, and a nice lot of
patent tip low cuts at $1 a pair at at L.
M. Ware & Co's.
-Capt. Clark of the steamer Alpha
advises the Buoy that he expects to
make an excursion trip to the Mobile
Mardi Gra,, which will occur about
February 14, next.
-A iood big Tablet for k elts: a larger
one for 8 oets and a good thick school
tablet with 175 leaves for 10 cts; all with
handsome covers and good, ruled paper,
at the BuoY office.
--Will Holly of West Bay, son of J.
C. Holly, met with an unfortunate acci-
dent one day last week while manipu-
lating a pile-driver, which resulted in
the loss of two of his fingers.
-Bring your ordinary school ink 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.
-The St. Andrews Horticultural
and Improvement Company is prepar-
ed to clear, improve and plant into fruit
any tract of land which may be given
them. It will pay all persons to buy a
tract from them and have it improved.
-Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either St. Andrews Bluff, orBuena Vista
Point, at 8c. per dozen; also map of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 12c. per dozen, at the
-3. D. Coffman gave a delightful lit-
tlo hop at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
E. P. Maxon one evening last week.
This it seems, was substituted for the
dance contemplated at the hotel, the
program for which was changed to the
-It you are thinking ol buying prop-
erty in St. Andrews or immediate vi-
cinity, you cannot afford to purchase
until you have conferred with the pro-
prietor of the Buoy. If you are short of
money and want to buyon long tire for
actual settlement you can be acconmme-
-. _-.*V ..-' -~ . ... ..... .
a~~1lP~rW 4'S& Q ~5 ntr. tiur et,1 lt'C 141"' ,-~er-nn. -l~~i
culturiil and Inmpirov,-iLnelt ('omplinhuv
will be held at the usual place on Wat-
son Bayou, on Friday, Jan. 27, at 12 m.,
for the election of officers and such oth-
er,business as may come before the
meeting. A representative attendance
-The Btaoy is commissioned to bring
seller and buyer together for a most de-
sirable bargain in real estate about two
and-a-half miles frem the Buoy office
op the Parker road. Five acres of
ground, fenced, with good two-story
cottage and furniture for small family
willbe given away for less than half
what the improvements cost, if taken
very soon. Title perfect; location de-
sirable. Call at or address the Buoy
for full particulars.
-John Brown of Parker has receiv-
ed the painful intelligence of the death
of his brother, Richard, of cerebro
spinal meningitis, at Birmingham,Ala.,
whither he went some months ago to
find employment in a rolling- mill, where
his father, Robert Brown, formerly of
Parker, holds a position. Richard
Brown was about 19 years of age and
spent the most of his boyhood here on
St. Andrews Bay, where he was well
known and popular among the young
people of his own age.
-Mrs. Ann Bayley, relict of Ira M.
,Bayly was taken suddenly ill at the
-residence of her son-in-law, W. 0. Den-
nison, on Firday, last, with a conges-
tive chill, and died in a few hours. It
will be remembered that Mr. Bayley,
with Mrs. Bayley and Mr. Dennison
and his family started for St. Andrews
with teams from Economy, Mi -oniii and
that Mr. "Bay'cy was taken sick andt
died neir Padrl'''.h, Ky.. The rest of
the party, after much delay, reached
here some two months ago. Mrs. Bay-
ley has been quite feeble all the time
she was here and her death caused lit-
--The Baptist social at Mrs, L. Har'
prison's last Mon Jay night was a pleas-
ant affair. The Obinese lanterns dang-
ling from the porch bid welcome to a
large number of hosts who were pleas-
antly received by Miss Emma Antcliff
at the door. Everybody was in the
best of spirits and participated in a
number of wholesome games Rev.
Webb read his inimitable lovo poem,
which-raised the hearers to a high pitch
of sympathy for the welfare of the
wounded lover, and the intensity of the
polonged climax was ended at the agreat-
est point of endurance by stating, that
the hero had been dreaming. Miss
Antcliff gave a beautiful rendit on of
"lMaud''Mul!e;'," Prof, Lipes san-'. tue
Bee Song, and Misses AItick, Wilson
and the Misses Baker sanu' several
beautiful songs with gunit-ir accompani-
ment, assisted by Mr. Frank HFaight on
The Young- Peoples liaptist Union
meets at the baptist chumr:-h every
Sunday at 3 ... in. All invited.
.The Y. P. S. C. E. meets every Sun-
day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the
W. L. Brackin of the enterprising
West End firm uo R. F. Brackin &
Son took passage on the Alpha,
Tuesday, for a brief outing from his
L. D. Chadderton, who recognizes
no home except on East Bay, and
finds it impossible to remain away,
returned on the CtawVfod after .-UIILO
weeks visit with his daughter, and
will henceforth remain heie con-
A. Sanders, representing the great
Mobile wholesale house ot S. Richard
& Sons interviewe,l St. Andrewvs Bay
merchants the latter tpart of last
MAls.rs Edwin littell, jr. and Ir-
ving Bchin, our two young 4,.:, lle-
men Chicago visitors, who made
themselves quite popular during their
short stay among us, took I.';-' (on
the Alpha, Tuesday, en route for
their hore in Chicago.
R. E. Kice, of H ..!"
cane in on t'.e Cleopati ,'Tnesday
and will ps eind a few weeks with the
Family of his aunt. M11s.' James F-x,
Prof. W. R.. Wilicox and Capt. E.
Hand, left on Thursday last in the
Buickey for. a cruise. along the west
coast, extendingoell down to South
Florida. It is not definitely settled
how long tley will remain away.
Mrs. Plioebe Howard, of Sigouir-
ney, Iowa, daughter of f F. Brack-
in, arrived a few days ago and will
make an extended visit with her
Jno Lutz took passage on the Alpha
Tuesday morning, en route for Ra-
cine, Wisconsin, where Ihe will
henceforth reside. Thus another
party leaves the Bay, simply because
enough employment cannot he foand
to support him. John has lived
here some ten or twelve years and
has accumulated some property, but
hlie complains that conditions grew
worse instead of better, and lie goes
to where work and a comfortable liv-
ing are assured.
JLaGrippe Successfully Treated.
"I have just recover from a second
attack of la grippe this year," says Mr.
Jas. A. Jones, publisher of the Leader,
Mexia, Texas. "In the latter case I used
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and I
think with considerable snecess, only be-
ing in bed a little over Iwo dy iy nain'ti
tenl i.1'y- .or the l .r- ..'r : t.ck. Thf h, -
uft his rumed1), aI. I ha..i to :'i to Ib d in
about six hours after being ..trN k' with
it, while in the first case I was able to alt-
tead lo busiLess about two davs I..:1.,f.-
getting down." For sale by L. M.Ware &
Co., St. Andrews and Bayhead and all
TreeK In New Zealand.
The kauri is the monarch of the New
Zealand forest, an indigenous pins,
growing to enormous height, frequently
80 feet, before it sends out a boi:ug-h,
while its average diameter is from eight
to nine feet. It is said to be 800 years
in reaching maturity. There is no un-
derbrush in a kauri forest, the prince of
trees permitting no rival within his do-
main. The totara is another species of
pine, which, however, has none of the
characteristics of the coniferse of other
countries, either in habit or in appear-
The most singular of all is the rata,
a peculiar tree with somewhat the na-
ture of a parasite. If it springs up near
a rimu pine, it winds about it like a
huge vine, its tightening coils gradual-
ly crushing the life out of the unfortu-
nate pine. When it reaches the top, it
sends out branches and stands a hollow
shell, its coils knit closely together by
a dense network of fibers, which appear
in the last stage of Its growth. It has a
like affinity for its own species, and a
second rata springing up beside one of
earlier growtlbill absorb and destroy
it as it destroys the rimu. If, however,
neither rimu nor rata is within reach,
it grows up a respectable and well be-
haved tree, attaining a h.i':bat of from
50 to 60 feet, and is used for mast, iu
:The Eve of the Future.
"Thh Eve or.f the Futuro''is the theme
of a writ in the Pari- Fin-aro who is
almost willing to admit that she will
be an American type, the result of the
intermingling of many races and the
pursuit of outdoor sports. She will
have, he declares, a straight brow,
rather low than high; a neck well
poised on sloping shoulders--a neck to
wear high, narrow collars; slander
arms, a waist hat one could span with
two hands, hldly any hips and an in-
dependent, manly carriage. "The aris-
.-tocratic air," he continues, "is not al-
ways linked with beauty. As a matter
of fact 'blood does not always tell.'
"One finds the aristocratic type in all
classes of the social scale-the rather
long and finely cut nose, the firm chiu,
long, slender white hands, with slim
and tapering fingers; tall, erect figure;
long, narrow, delicate foot, made for
pointed sho.s; the whole person alert,
elegant/ snella, as the Italians say. We
agree with the Americans in attaching
more importance to the expression than
to the shape of the features, and we
prefer a spirituelle, mobile and viva-
cious face to features of perfect purity
and perfect immobilty. Form attracts
us, but we are in love with life, and it
is the secret of the Parisienne's charm."
persons in this state to manage oer 1,n-.i- '
ness in their own and nearby counti.'s. It
is mainly office work conducted nt .it.'.,
--definite, bomnfitfe, no more, no I,- l -
I ,-a i :,- a:
N 'i x i ,
['r ie urpose of
I will be ti
dlay, Jan. 21,
of assessing tl,
for tihe year 1
Ta x A-s~
o',1 r pa: : ,, I :
c\cle I b lhc
t'., tie l., i
I, i1 uojl,. I ., "
i lt. Andrews .S .I tr-
9 r, for the 01urpo"eo
lt :l and county tax
W V\'i [ i.i,:,.,
,r \\'.r.,J. .tou (Co.
' tin:- Iuoy.
I i \eld up a bli-
Lr ~liy contIguous
. V C .", t I
LI Mill on-- ,:,"
Equal to Occaslions.
Lord Wbitworth, who held various
poets of 'honor in English diplomatic
circles, was a kindly, gracious gentle-
man as well as a wit and a man of the
world. He had indeed almost measured
swords with Napoleon at the Tuileries
when that-despot railed at England for
not having evacuated Egypt and Malta,
accused hersof having violated treaties
and ended by flourishing a cane danger-
ously near the face of the English em-
Lord Whitworth put his hand on the
hilt of his sword.
"What would you have done if the
emperor had struck you?" he was after-
"I would have felled him to the
ground," was the quiet answer.
Perhaps the best story told of him is
one showing how his quick wit disposed
of a rival. When he was at the Russian
court, Fox t there as a sort of em-
bassador of his own a man named Adair,
the son of a surgeon,
One day the empress, speaking in
French, said to Lord Whitworth:
"Is he a very important man, this
"N.-.t so vey, nirlan.e, replied Lord
Whit\v...rth, ";tltb(ugh his th.Lherwv.'na a
gralud 'ig n-iur," a rnrn;rk which iea d-
erR of French will 1,.cognizo ns a very
CHIPLEY ST. ANDREWS BAY HACK LINE
-A. J-. Gc-A.Y." ROPirT'OR. I ^.,. 7. O-.AY'', MANAGER
Parties en route for St. Fndrews Bay or other points
c2n arrange for c0lvsva-ice at reasonable rates bv ad-
A.. J. vau Cli~bniy, Fia
R. T. BRACKIN. c.A.SE -Z STOi E. I W. L. BRACKIN
IE. I.I.IS IN
i i- cant a 6reat lOrd.
I i1 tn ia'- l- l l' it l 1i .til/ ll l "'.ll n
I.. -, I l : I .lt.. l, I .
1'lh he.i'us iy .,, ,,r'y 'l.i, ,l ,. :, n d .,i
int:,a .it >l\er ile ? ,l..t .-- .ini t in -
hl. f' r I t l "'d ..-.u.i' ' -t
M ,,,l ,v l ,!i) so m e,.' v. ., l I. .I
tt le it.o d,:. st. i i u I 1:.
tnl .1.11' I : ',' ill, '. ,'" 1 i ,,I .' "
run over it.- 1,l of the biard walk
that it dn ,.,t its Iheel to cut
tbhe harm 1s J,ld Useful bicycle path
was ii tli :>
intelli, -. .I
court' iIr;'! I
a pair o L.I
if ob.i n I .
ill VIM t)I-1
6a uIII ewi,
rnVi'r o, lt 0t
you are cour
lap cr I hi
i1l fi Unc of
her third fil
shall insi i
IU lmi j
an to see (
jewels, bjad e
foodl. sit at
a mirror dul
she has no
an or present
ikhits hia.n 3
( r. it.g
I h at" r
, % III:l
VI L I
- iYotu' a Con-,3 ic'ue.
Ti-e PoE(ki ni c(.1 LaiLIy.
A Il:v in t :Lail c.auntry town
]-:,- .:.. -ri th- la. tt '.0 y) a .rs .'-i-i .till
,- -i i .st s.- in ,sl :'-. re- l \cr- e.
'. .: i !, (.n.t th spu L.in"n3 'iv nU
..'' *.I:.1l t t'-; c: It : i;'.r book,), if
M-. ,uies has h.Ilf a pound of tea on
"t;lk" it is iteri thus:
!... >.ni 3 i' .':,l ,\V .) it mn
1 '. I -..i I I i ur o ': .-.J, o tca Is. -4d.
Or if Mr. Smith buys a pound of sug-
ar, two pounds of rice and a Dutch
cheese the entry will be under Smith's
A pound of moist sugar
And two of best rice,
4iiori, if that wagon V.'ith four pcn(as of Dutch cheese,
S0' epreented y Which I Lope will be nice-ls. 11,d.
nt a berinstaetly And so on all through the book. In
i wyould be inst anty I some cases the verses express doubt as
'11 a:nd be freely givnc to the customer's intention or ability to
,.- Saam's shoes; or, e-e, pay for the gods ordered. Thus:
., toe, would J beuone- a Lizzie Barber for her father
,, for Suchl deli berate Had some flour today; s
Some apples, tco, and toilet soap,
But I don't L(luive he'll pay 2s. Bd.
,- wagin owuht t, h ave [This L(lekilg work will drive me mad
il w N it l i' When I think of folk like they.]
,,l the tw hod Tho l r1 in bra(l-ts are very sugges-
t l ).. S .i' e it',nut ecty grammatical.-
*ain .iml. Jourual.
|! t 4,,, .] in ..: ., C ans n t.'d .I'>n k <-ys.
. l., t i:ii- i -l.:.. All ':.i ad % ,.:v-.n th, ildest, can be
Stl..i. :tr' iu c.- "I : '!Iay to tb-o dominion
ot : ja, I 1 1. i ant'-itn itd to some ex-
- S'r.J, . f.-r. [ P- I', tr il t.:tn2,ce, are two very
* : ' ,-' .,. th!rea i t lo- cu ic .:' .-ut c:5s Many persons,
u] 1.:t: -..t :..m epclite- in lal :,e [ ,...ur ,reat'e t natural-
t-v :.: i'; .rrdly, a it-., I,- .. E. ,,.r c ish dom estio
i in r-j fti. i' i--. n B Id; . , U, -.._ ii h-, Ecyptian do-
a ,rr :'r, headed, :. l ,i -0o to prove
," -d u al.A it, tl ..t ..-.. t i c, t livd: in droves,
thile See d' :... r irwrit- ,1i. .-.', w re fed in
itle sec r -ter is wrt- -.. -'.-., 7 oves, with
in :- ip 13 'rled iu the . ,..,,i.;','..t ... ;,i' (.:13t. never !-om
R ,rr ,c Ulr m y i i 1 r
ati,,u a nd F., 'o c, ,n i. -' I ... *. '::u I -
u jt.-. The i.-' r then ,. ,-. -
1 a ; 1'. ,' :- : .: 1 u ' i s a e s .
0n, Mn C]ar riN,.Ud, areo
S n. r .', a u-i tLey ar -. I It ., i i:i nOy amounted
ng youn' wil. I h'nar that .': l v. 'ce?
tg t ,,-, au f,,r th .: .. tin at. savagery,
S'"t -..,: t :ri' r hatihain has been
art is .. i gly glad, n I v '! -.O:,i,,a ,,:d care ex-
oc:n l: i i. llrn into myn i a ,
bIen giv-n a cluster of P'ed 1n t" I. a e jpiaeticully wasted,
n n the garden called and if we treated our cats in the same
wd opening under the fashion as the Indians do these monkeys
tbo :url's warts rays." they would become just aswild and un-
SLtlirs,- by Swetten- domesticated.-Cassell's Magazine.
opiini aiUtlerstnnding. John Lancaster, the comedian, tells a
ui. Ir.-ton 1I want to ask story that comes all the way from Que-
sal the beautiful girl as beo. Hie was sightseeing with a Tom-
itb tl-,diaInnd ring on my Atkins one day while in that prov-
,r \\Whbun are mar- since, and they had as companion and
Iu eapLc', ms to bake my guide an old soldier. When they reached
the Wolfe monument, which is located
do as yona 'ile about it, on a historic spot, Tommy said, "Wot's
replidci, "bui I certainly this?'
upon :onur uot bakiag The guide replied, 'Era's were a
cnpo L"bNv,-g great 'ero fell."
"Did hit 'urt 'ira?" asked Tommy.
,y 13.n0ne women. 'Urt 'i:n l" replied the guide.
ah1ly boj.hsforbid awowm- "W'y, '01 Hit killed 'im!"-New
u<:-iu, hear music, wear York Telegram.
n he-r oy. [Jows, eat dainty i acken's Arn-ica Salvew-
v.'ind.w or vio'v.' herself in The Busu Sal'veC in the world for c,!ts
ug t'i.2 absence of ler hus- Itu'GSr er'rOis, IU.ti'erS, s.ittl r ouhimi-. ,fever.
low him to divorce her if sorc9s,tett,'r, cha- ped hands. chilblaians,
u", injnres his property, cornu and all skin cra .lions, and tpoli-
tanrth "v.'ith another wom- tively CUiro pi"'s, cr no 'Cy rclquird.
Es tUo l.-t before he las fin- 1tis guaranteed to gi ve perf.ct s tis-
i. faction ona.rone. r
...... -.. per box.O* by nil t s.
'- .-7 .-"-T-- ".-"- tis Justice Ina For(vilght.
Lord ( !' Justiea Ccekburn, wh"n
., ... at the bar, defeonded a Scottman for
m -rder. A long and eloquent fight was
i ; s'ant"ece of death was passed.
-,i ..a -- -' _- .... '- the condemned ,,t.; .atn to
St c .-. ... --i oun6sel. "I ha' nae got jus-
,- t* i t n-and tic thi ,_;. he d-.l-.Jd. "Pu.i illy
.,- ,d. LL1 nott. I ut yonu"n .**I t it in a to'l:t!.Lt,"
L: *'. was the -i- ::; reply.--L-.ii -u Uait-
'ict I' -- - -
T9 C., r,1 n
Is is I C ,I I* i
i, Rad odelx to Follow.
- He-A i'lf nj..'1 main is common,
,eiG-uhn, but we never hear of a self
'... ---C- ; .i:i 'i.?g the kind of arti-
.i cles the ruen turn out who are in the
- ceilfu:a.kiug business, you can hardly
blame wt u nomen for not taking up the
A mlit of Vanity.
She-I'm not afraid of the best man
living I l
He-I hope not, dear. I don't think I
+ ever gave you any reason to be afraid
of me. Yonkers Statesman.
s. The eye is the first feature to show
"' the approach of old age in man by the
. fading of the color at the circumference
' of the cornea.
In almost every school of the mikado's
Empire it is the custom one day in the
i uatumn to take the pupils out rabbit
To the Public.
We are authorized to auarrantee every
bottle of Chaimbrlain's Cougih Reinedy
t and if not satisfactory to refund the
money to the purchaser. There is no
Sbe ter medicine made for la grippe, colds,
[. whooping cough. Price, 25 and 0Sc per
Hats ta d
a~d OILS, --
R A C K.E T ST 0 E!
Corner of Bayview and Wyemii. Avenrs on Bay Front,
Glassware. Tinware and NotsV1mA!
What you can'I find at any other Store, colume to the R A 0 K E T
8 T ORE ai get.
1c. C [).\r I '., ...ri tiri
...o' .... ,":!?
Morrms Co rtab e,3 Tensme,
"771 13s 17< Tm .4CATALOCUE
r* '' ''' "
~l llU,. Ull. . .b 1? -, UA
4ERCE ST. E.--'',T F 'ARE,: -uO'S STORE.
DR. W. G. MITCHELL. PROPRIETOR,
COIers His F'vice to : C eRns of Si, Andrews and
l:ay be aon tti his residence on Buerinui Viata avenue at night.
Cia'iin, JAs. E. Lif rIK
255 Tons Burden. Passenger Capacity. 50
TASSJ S EG PZIATES:
MSt Andro.ws Bay and I5 00 St And(reI Bay to Apalachicola.. 2 50
Mobile. to I...Crom'nat ..... Carrabolle..... 3 00
A talf.thitola .......... i f" ... Cr r 3
Canrral.llle ........... .q,* IA : lachicola to Cmarm belle ....... 7
EAST BO'-ND. \ EST BOUND.
5th, 1.th and 2.,th .it 7 p.m............. Mobile .......... .121h, 22d and 2d a im.
71 ii .t ,d 27h u St Andrews Bay ....I i 2tst and lt a.mn.
7th, 1 7th ,and 27th p.m ... -I .... Cromantn..... ... t a t a.
8th, .1th and 28!h a.m..: .....Al ulat hici-ola ....... 11th. *210 at.d let p. Irn.
AHRIV'E. J.E-A VI -
9th, 19th and 2.h a m. .. .Carr.ol, li, <',th..2ut h and :'0th noon
Conne'-ts at Alitalaehi-nola wit i stonmers up Chattaboochlo River. At
Carrahelle wih :'. T. & G. Railroad for T '11'n:at-.,.
LEYal, irh r:7LI~YOCI~+XiU"I`C~~Li~ib-l
: - c
*Ml l-^"''*^--*^*W<"Aa -< *=i/' JB^*^^'^8*uBu3r 1lia La-
"ltnir.sday, Jar. 19, lb8 9.
-ST. ANDRE W 8S
4ugar, ~I lb Tea, 1b
Granulated ...... 6 He No....... 55
Coffee,A .... 5,1 Gunpowder.. 40
Lt brown..... 5 Uncol'd Jap.-0 60
. Toffee, Condi milk, 1vci ran
Greemn.... 12ra20 Uinscln'o. 10
Arbuckle, lb 12-15 Sweetened. .... ,
'inger snaps 311) 2.3 Baking ponder
Jraekers, soda 10 H, al. .... .
L'ohaceo, plug 2061 C implell....
I.,aiuins Canned Iruit
London lay ers,.S-IG
lie( . .
DUried Peaches S
0oal Oil prgal. .. ..15P
'asoli ve ". '' ..'1
Florida Syriup *40 C
n -& S- --- k (1
cheese pr th. 15
Lard ........ -i10
Beans ........... 4
Cocoanut pkg... 10
Fiuit Puddine .. 10
Jelly, glins8; l10ai -
Lime J iie...... .
Eggsper doz... .15
V'e a c hIIe.-. ... I ia=-'i
Tonitoes ..... S l-
Applcs ........ I1
fears ........ ..
Plum s ......... .I
A pricot ...... InI'-'IL
Sira Lbet ries. -N0
Pinen plple . l -';i
L'au tvi [l M ea;ls
_ Ilrnaet l' ,e if ,\~ 5
C -rnei-'1 l -l... .- 1
Chipped B --fll'-1 5
Lolster . . . *20
Salmon .-..- .... 1
Cu lined VCegial ,il
Iaked Beans... i10
Cor . .... .10' I15
Peas ...... . . 10
P'ulipkin il . 1%2
P'ROV VISION S.
Am'nSwatn /..2.25 D. S. pr lt......71
Majestic .... 2.75 Bacon Sides..... 8i
orn Meal prbu60-70 Fresh ....... 810
>a.Meal pr lb.. 5 Br'kf'stBaeon. 11
,ofr., per bu... .55-60 Ham canvassedl21
potatoess Shoulders..... 10
mish.. .... 1 20 Reef
afrly R' e seed 1.20 Corned......... 8
Sweet.....60@75 Fresh.. ......8al0
.i t, ir sa'ck... 85 Dried... ..... 25
Table ........ 5 Milkpr qt ...... 10
Nailh, uer ,1b31a4i Ax,with handle. 75
iauilla rope .9al20opper p-Lint, can 4.5
e Q eve cook,. .$8a25 Linseed oil, gal55@60
Pipe, perjoint 15
Pripts, per yd.. 5a Checks ..... .5a5t2
Sliietings .... 5a9 Flannel. ...... 15a40
luslin........ 9all Thread per spool. 5
leans. ....... 15a45 Shoes, ladies.$1a2 75
Extra ants pat -225 Men's. .. $1 40a300
Special to the Buov.
Stormy weather, as usual.
Report svs \V ,I. )a via of Low-
ell, Ind., his ,. 1iht (out ?M. S.
Poore, who expect-( in a lew day'-, t,
reurn to where they came from.
C. L. Lathrop, W. J. Davis and
J. S. Poote went to Cromanton,
Reif Karl made a business call on
Somin of our young people spent
Saturday evening plea'an ly at the
home of Mrs. Bates. Cake and cof-
fee were er.e
E.A. A En;imIs ci1ame ii finm iSt.
A ndrews o, the mail lIunchi on Fii-
inay t I, C. I,. ,Lath3 ,p's n1, retuinie.l
hr.,mne iy tihe IbotI, Satii lrday.
J. A. Doui:,l, .,n mn-ile a e:ll, Friily.
lli's ILathrv,,p :wa.-, on ,ur 1 teets.s,
HOW to i'Mcerit P'n-rriIIIi1Y.
Y II I:12 l I~s vnilk.rn It -iti mip-II
:mlnd~ 1111111i -A I I uL-11 rD .'[
tack I ..l I g l ip... L In m .I t, If, 1 ,:1.-1, i .
of pg. il "p.: a1 l'.- ir ;. '': ii ll i .,
%was ol-e'ned tIhat tiie att.tckl .:t- rhter-
lfull:i-di. Is Ihat di.-nen ,v hrin Chli.rul'ei -
lan's Coutilih Re.a dy wa u -J. It v tiin-
tie- i', l ls .,n l t rj o v u- ;i 1r ,r !. ; l' .
E i-n lhu tlll wa:s jl I: .. onr s-.ilI. iv L.
Ml. W ar... ',,., Sr. A.\ .Irn-v.: .,, li .n -
head and all auedicine dealers.
Rt:ring Cla Fare.
A certain board school teacher is re-
sponsible for the following little story,
which is not without its pathetic side.
He was endeavoring to explain the
term "booking" as applied to our rail-
"Now," he was saying, "can any of
you tell me the name of the office at
which railway tickets are sold?"
"The booking office," replied one of
"Right," responded the teacher.
At this moment his eye fell on a
small boy at the end of the class, who
was evidently paying very little atten-
tion to what was said.
"Did you hear that, Dowser?". he
"Wet, sir?" asked that youth inno-
LiUm~ N14 em~r. .5- -r
t. i.h all aht .-it it, bo t.h :,'.-'t1 a. o V () l-t, ,-It
IuI i I' Y l I.' i l ;\' -' .I \v i 'l, i i l-i u ,,i
jIll :t i.,o'N I t ,,-0 1, 1 t ,-;[-l lhi l ib ,_ it'- ,)L ,'-_'
in the St AudI',.-ws.' B)un -.
Barbers on the Ocean.
One of rho most important persons on
board a well equipped ocean liner is the
barber. If he is gifted with a good busi-
ness instinct, he is iu position to make
a good deal of money.
To the average man sh ng while at
sea is a difficult and hazardous opera-
tion. He therefore calls into requisition
the services of the ship's barber, a man,
who by long training is qualified to
wield the razor with skill and, safety,
no matter how much the vessel rolls or
He is always one of the most heavily
"tipped" officials on the ship. If the
ship travels on a route with interesting
ports of call, the ship's barber makes it
his business to lay in a stock of native
knickknacks and curios of all kinds.
The inexperienced traveler is natu-
rally a little suspicious of the native
peddlers who swarm on board with their
wares directly the ship is at anchor. He
prefers to purchase his mementos of
foreign travel of the barber, who, hav-
ing bought his stock at wholesale rates.
-MISOELLANEOUS. "As I thought, yonu.were not listen- is able to retail the various articles to
Hay pr cwt. .75al.115 Oats pr lu........ 55 ing. We will suppose that your father passengers at prices little if at all high-
Bran ......... 1.25 Brick pr M l ....13.00 decided to have a day's holiday and er than those charged by the native
ope ial. 7@ Lian pr l...... 75 visit the seaside. What would be have tradesman.-Exobange.
Oranges pr doz... Pecans pr ,b..... 15 to do before he could take his seat in
Apples........ 12 Walnuts. ....... 20 the train?" Ysow Jaundice Cured.
f..emons.......... 30 Almonds........ 15 Without a moment's thought the Suffering humanity should be sup-
OYSTERS youngster electrified his teacher by re- plied with every means possible for its
hti shell prl,0ii 1..f Opened pr qtI 15i plying, "Pawn his tools. "-London relief. It is with pleasure we publish
LIVE STOCK. Standard. the following: "This is to certify that I
Hore. .. ti)0000 Cows..... $15a$23 was a terrible sufferer from yellow
tlulee.... Si0100l Hogs........ $3 to $4 An odd Collection. jaundice for over six month, and was
ximi. pr yoke $.0lI le. -....... $-2 One of the most remarkable colleo- t eated by some of the best physicians
IoU Il'TiLY tions of souvenirs ever made is a oolleo- in our city and all to no avail. Dr.
',i.s,u eah-li j,:i:r) Geese :.,ch. 45n50 tion of male opera hats by one of the Bell, our druggist. recommended I-..--
I'.ske.-.. .5 ,l.l, Iu, 5k,........ I.n,.2) actresses of a London company. She trick Bitters, and after takin: two bot-
S; :.Fe. owns newer than 216 of these arti- tles. I was li,'.I-1 cured. now take
i.,ia,, It (, 11 il- h!itk.l- ..... 71'| ( i eOtS, foritwas herwhim tomIko every i ..., -i. ,,_1,1,- .- m- u. ui :... ..l
-" ,, ,h. ,l1I young man who was iutriodnced to her li.. e....a I '.,:.l- .n if, nly yours. M
"" p d, 2e Mullt Ii Il l give her bis'opera hat ag-- souvenir. I A. Ho-arty, LexinIlon, Ky.
.~Trl e d)z 25 ull2t r 100 She not only keeps them in their pris- Sold by all 1, ,.-i-i,.
'.pan, -,ri 6 Pompno .. 10.00 tine condition, but converts them into ""-" -
-,.o,,.... i0 .k.rl .....,o all sorts of other things, such as photo- Q OF
ij;MI %k, l, graph frames, workbaskets, and some F
Flooring, Ceiling., are even used for the purpose of holding f r
art, m...$14.00 Hearl, m11...40J01) flowerpts.. 1 r
F:.e ... 12.00 Face ... f You are Looi f a Bar-
A T,,,, 0 s 0,I,1g; Sp ..oards, *ti- ai), Here It Is.
Heart. ace ) 1.00 i in.m. 1 00 Is hereby given to Executors, Admin- The BUOY
SSao 1 .00n inisuir din.t of e e o -AND
1 e. ,n. .-. ,ui s..r 00 ,5at, rsan rlia of estates to ad l_
ff ill umb)er.. "12 I-
teart lshangles., 2.50
iher, u.. .1 i 5I i. llu ..U. n.. ..V... W .. ,.. . . .
Lathl, i m.... 52.00 vertise and come forward and make
Boat lumher, tlement with tlre Probate Court of the
driessd .. $20
d..... County of WashiAngton. State of Florida,
We offer One Hundied Do'larrs rewardd
ft)r any case of Oaitarrmh that cannot be
cured vy Hall's Catarrhl Cure.
P. J. CHENEY&CO., Props., Toledo,O.
We tie undersigncd, have known P. J.
Chen(my for the last 15 years, and believe
h:; i porf'-.ety Sh'hiioriahle in all l)uisinIe's
trans: l i0,ons tUi d t id n incially able to carry
outi. nl ob'li;! iio:;n- i.;ade bv,' their firlm.i
Ie'-st & T'!i'tx, WV i,,iiesalte i) gists,
'I olcd o, 0.
WAldi-ng, Ki-nan &N M.rvin,
-ale D i1u Toggi e, Toledo, 0.
Hall's 'Citarrh ('l re is t> ken ilntrnai ly
acting dircLutVy upon the bloud a .d nu-
Cous surfaces oft (le system. Price, 75c
per little. Sold by all druggists. Testi-
Hall's Familv Pills are tho chest.
The largest center in the world for
the manufacture of steel balls for ball
bearings is situated at Schweinfurt, in
Bavaria. A couple of factories there,
owned by one firm, produce close upon
800,000,000 balls annually with the la-
bor of 600 men working ten hours daily
The total .,todction of Germany is
stated to be about 650,000,000, while
England and France comrbLined turn cat
only about 70,i)UU,00u additional
t i , .,,. ,
A" !, . -, , .
i -u n.I 'I ti .n I r- r t. .
H -i 1A. .in. t,, the. \ r P c-pertm it. *ii:,.
li..i. n ... t written in arniy cnmps at Saiin
F.' n --0-,i., on the Pacific with General
Meii iit. in he hospitals ,t Honololu,
inll Hong Koig, ill the Arinei-icarin trenches
ilI Mntslia. in the insurgent camps with
Aguin-aldo, on the d ek of the Olvmopia
ninth Dewe., and in the roar of little at
Sthe fall of MaIila. Ilonanza for agenitts.
Brimful of original pictures takeh by
government phologrnphers oiin the spot.
L ,ie Ionik. Low prices. big Protits.
Freight pnid. Qrcdit given. Drn:p all
trashy ur.ottieial war hIooka. Onttit free
Addraiss.;I''. T. I~nar-er, ''ec'y.. Star in-
Psarance Blida., Clhnican,.
Skin Disea* ,
For the speedy and permanent cure o!f
better. salt rheuri and eczema, Chanm-
berlain's E'e and Skin C......... -t is
without an eipirl. It relieves tha itc'h-
ing andI smarting almost instaniy and
its continued nu:e effects a permanent
cure. It also cures itch, barber's itch,
icald head, sore nipples, itching piles,
chapped hand, chroni o rnic o cye and]
granulnt-c I Fll .
1 r. ,'" *" C ur4iti; 's T -,s' ;R ?"^:
before 1st day otf June, A. D., I8 ;,
ac' -r-ding to law. on 1 t be al-
lowed any (c(impenmatipn for the same.
D D. MELVIN. 'Cou ty Judge.
This lho 12thb day o(f January A. D.,
1. T1HE SANITARIUM at, Old-
Town is offered for rent at a reas-
S. i--.onable price. The rent for a time
mnty go towards repairing the house and
fixing up the fences.
Also, two cottages on Loraine avenue
east of Drake street.
For further particulars, apply at the
G.W. S BER
Is preparUd'i to cut
WOOD AND FENCE POSTS
and deliver them at reasonable rates.
If you need labdr with team, call upon
U-. W So n!;:r.;
i A strictly high-grade Farrily Sewing
Machine, possessig all modern
i RUNe10t e fllI lo ls bBut.
Prices very reasonableW- Obtain them
from your local dealer and
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Cannernf, in tbot*l~
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The Kidney Complexion. T. e Mad : -
The pale, sallow, sunken-cheeked, ~Lany ti -, t'
distressed-looking people you so often OCl .. I:u...'.i y- .
meet are a I.tte with "Kidney Com- r at he had "s:'
plexion. Their kidneys are turning to such as is n
a parsnip cor). So is their complexion. who are eouinted A .
They mn.y also have indig-estion, or o_,e iday be wa- .- J
suffer from sleeplessiless, rheumatism, New York hotel quittlj
neuralgia, brain trouble, nervous ex- ple dinner when two
haustion and sometimes the heart acts their seats at the isame
badly., not gentlemen in tll
Thecause isweak, unhealthy kidneys. word, and it ce,--. 1 t.
might have Soni: iprQ
Usually the sufferer from kidney dis- poet. Consequentl tion
ease doos not find out what the trouble an nner:iec,.Yrilv clear
is until it is almost too late, because the "I ha''. sCeu alr r,'s
first symptoms are so like mild sickness everybody 'in New Y(J
that they do not think they need a med- aid Clarke. I haoe a
ic'"ir or a doctor until they find thme- for hib pc.ems, and I Wi
- .-lve "t ri.k in l un i i deal to see the nmi."
-h'-e. -.hiin. I. Vhe- hle pa us6du, tL,
Dr. I 'ilm.--, .v-amp.-L.ot will mi'.i forward and said with
aI, and .s.trn -thern thu-ir w;.ak a,.d sAIL-- ticn:
-n-,:d k.l.1n--, purify .ir' disa.-,d "Sir, I a ,n lcDoni
:idr.ey-piii.snel !,lod, ,le t',-ir .coni- you E.ay you with to eS
lvx;.ou anl sdoo'n thiey il tnji l.;o, b' 1 The youug man sl-
l..at. nmweb rutdenes. for a
Vou can ,n L the r.' l.tr -i-',- at t,, drawing a quarrtr 'fro.
I.r ;_. s7 sre, at, tft"- ce,.ntsa i ou,. .1 ,.ll-,. lail it on the poet1
W. ." "That's for the sihat
o(' 3 Ol 111:1, y ti pr-ore for ;ou' "-.Ii l -v lL Clarke looked at t ,
' u.le-rf1Lil '.it-tut.- of this ?r...t dii O v- stant, and then, placi
,r;.. S';.t,.r,|-l.iut, 1wy ,-n,.]ip-- y.oiria>- he took out a Yo
,Iti.-- : t- : I i .r .: C,:o., 1in;f.iaIlt,:,u, cents. This be h
N ^ V ^. .v '- dA L. t 1 I.. i 'x'.7 1 i. ..EJ-~'N k a
iugs oif thI n(aiI5 ..fn.ou... min I Evervy doctor knows that wild
Sm of afrauus mind. i cherry bark is the best/remedy
,dm ,,t C.loa p ,, provd | known to medical science for
u Iduly atractio ..a nati-, and he t .o!lirn.t, and healing inflamed
detbiurLn.iLd c..ii ausfeiir., tlco owner- throats and lungs.
Ehip i) o Liinsp!f. I-e acct;. iaoly paid 16
auuother native ,-200 tojprccurc rur him Fuf Ono F Of
the covt, go1.
The asitt took tht money nd did Dr. Ayer's
his best to earn it, Lit I.C eron Ch y c Il
had perversely lck the r arti-Pec
cles that the fellowv.'sa loy..r ihad Fe
his heart upon. The nmit could not car-
ry out his Larpaim, an t)cither d:d he nTe0g 9 eyf Snj.-i -S !
feel that he eculd part ith the m-ney.
Therefore he ran off' ith it. What Tih Bes Medle.
more logical than IL the manN whio Advfe Frsvs
was the loser by 0( l p.t the we now have some of the most emi-
explorer to make the uIo good? 'iLis he I'r .a,: ....... and ulogexli.ori-
assurehdly did epct.n-inh.n v .-n for giIgI ou
assuredly did expect. edical advco. Write free all A
He went to 'ir. ('a jn and told particulars in ur caso.
him the story, de -aiunl:g in the first towell Mass. 1
place the $20 Wou ii b4e, Cameron, by v3
locking up Lhi g. lIc, 'lo, ro;.i pclh.i the
complainant to hlI, t, E-coLidly, the
actual price of tu t temelv. Many Londones have visited the
which, but for the,, am rry urs, Many Londoners have visited the
would now have bezt I his Italian district, which lies in the neigh-
It is not stateIl tlati is epecUtatiuonus borhood of Theoobald's road and Hatton
were realizedi.-V,'htc hain. Garden, and rome with inquiring minds
Shave strolled up Leather lane and
Sterne's Dest-i .ion. watched the Italian ioo cream venders
Laurence St.iru, the write, \vwa' the and fortune telling women ~tith pretty
victim of the inti un-t p,-ty. .A li a love birds, internsinglod with the dirty,
time befrT hiis det.h, being in a tt noisy, street hawkers, common to all
of rdestitutiou, he ",.tr. oe evening to London slums. It is amazing to learn
borrow from Lis Iricud Garrick. how these Italians crowd together in
Upon arriving, he heard music and the poky little houses of the courts and
knew that a party was gonig on. He alley. Ceucrallya hoIse is hired byan
heard the merry laug er, arrd, gently his c,,droae. r -c slt to as muny of
replacing the uplifted k ocker, retraced hs.ciut".rymen l ha can repeu tably
his stlep Sn .. in. The cllars are utilized as
An u-n.ish ir i.' one aiiait dwelling house. A.whole
Auntn i- ..,.rv f tLi. .'rir c. n t fmily, consisting of a hu.hinid and
ev i I. yru. t. It i .n wife and etht or nine faninclti of van-
in tnh.t r vitOb G1o \ .; d, y i,- n fL ret or oelhr.-Ladgate Magazine.
o t, e ,v i a] t , d A Crsher.
l'l y :" lv 'i l. se I toL.j0 L'e . |D t i ^ 1.-3
JL?.v btirl i t 3 Legge,1 bis o Oi"xford who bady-
hIe his I
l n -t a. e asked his friend Canning to come ande
if y, ,-, a '-.., .id ',-,tnriok bear his first episcopal sermon. They
qu., ty .. -I v.il "- .. family dined together afterward, and from the
in itdaypolitician's itilence the other ought to
S7v;Jhave known better than to push him,
but b_ eig rather nettled he exclaimed,
\yd.1 ITll" ),--\ .p r : ked "Canning, you have said nothing to me
S ...n- ,, t i. t .,i.,.:.. .i -,- about my sermon." "W ell, it was
in, i,, :1 i, ..,' 11 .i . c '.' I' short." "Oh," said the bishop, "it is
It Iln t IIv pf .. it l enkris 1E.I -
st I s I rit \C_- G c'iaL I
For Sale Cheap!
(;r irinq T'Iindler-d L ril.4. irrclrr'irina irlli-
S AP dI'. Nl'4z1' 11'.1. 'FL 4.) ~ r two dlii (15--
cIr .i% A. l Hrr: I ,- A(- e I
I1flPHIGIED FARM FOR SALE Il
Oil hui.d re Iarnd jx, a1crv-z
P~rrsr~n 4i,, oi t rs-t ih31.i 'et'
LIv IIthug 1 .,'l ur 0. 1I11,i%,v f fI- V l. cr',ie
iouth..ri-.-Q, Fine Friwit13r-: al tIIn I P var-.
p i no ils,, q I. .h drienr.iv 1,11r
t. d 1) m r( r, Ori r. ~t a e 17
1-A A~ i ''- rIr r...V d prLt'l- .17 ;'
1.k II. it srbtgi v.. 1U 1on 'IrI.I,-h 111 tlh.
No S. n' aVS *-
i & Son
better to be short than tedious."
"But," replied Canning, "you were
Two English home missionary work-
ers were recently introduced by the
Rev. A. J. Robinson to a Birmingham
audience in these words:
' "You Birmingham chaps have a lot
of athletics, and quite right too. The
two missionaries are both old athletes,
yon will be interested to learn. One,
an old ohunm of mine,-was in the Cam-
bridge eight, and the other was famous
amn,,ig -his fellows as a jumper. He
could jump as high as his head."-Liv-
Why Maud Blushed.
Bobby (at the breakfast table)-
Maud, did Mr. Jules take any of the
iiitrellas or bats from the hall last
Maud-Why. of course notl Why
Pobb y-That.'s in. t what I'd like to
know. I thought he did because I heard
him say when he was gowiL out, 'I ain
going "to steal jnst ---,' a:il- Why,
wi'tL's ithe matter, Mz. a i?-London Fun.
An Actor's Coolness.
An actor who was playing Claude
Melumtti lost his .memory to such an
extent in the scene where he makes love
to Pauline and describes the imaginary
villa by the lake 4 Como that the
prompter was oblige' to come to his re-
lief and recite the whole passage in a
.Claude, however, was cool enough to
do his part by saying, "Tell me, dear-
est, you like the picture"-turning to
the prompter-"which- this gentleman
has been kind enough to submit to your
Discovered by a Woman.
' EDEh RU "DSTWla
a table in a
ring his sim-
ung men took
e. They were.
s s-uet of the
Lero that they
with the poor
f them said in
i::,* t1hiug and
(o'.. ,.t Mc Dou-
Id gi~o a great
i.ad ij-,'et leaned
od a: hinm with
an.ut, .nltl t.hou,
his pr.n!;et, he
poiu f-n r an in-
it in bhis pooket,
j 'ea%," 12b
V hen the c-rEc r-.t -r
feet wet and take coid give them
a hot foot bath, a bowl of hot
drink, a dose of Aycr's Chlerry
Pector-l, and put tiher to bed.
Th- chances are thcy will be
all right in the rorninw. Con-
tinue the Cher-ry ec .i,al a f-ew
days, until all cou.h has dic-
Old cougli are alOo cured;
we mean t.he covghs eo bron- U
chitis, weak throats and irritSblc
ungs. Een t therd coug.lhso
oi n d are always
made easy and fputi'enty cured
ai in' t- he' or n'- o
Iby the continued u-e- of
LI'-' IF weak to I
^~~ ~ ~~ offn4j-ii~i.eawy
j~;~ FLiTrYALfI ~ -~ n~?% 5'171
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SR Lord Iveagh, hose ioyal gift ol Mme. ' -i.
$1,2R&50,000 to the Jenner Instit te (f A y I . .
I Great Britain is winning t ibutes o f instant--a .t.-'l -
stant. 2 :P t"t,
W H 0 LE ALE -G R 0 CEl1 S high praise in nl llparts o0 the iyi' -.madame
ized world, is Ei dv ard Cecil G uianues.s, 000 *.i. : . .
And Dealers in son often great brewer o D)iab'tiu thee',". a
Northern and Western Produce, Liquors, Cigars, ,h.s f, or o.Ivea.-. is ,.e.f..
nETC.., the most important ever made to sei- an- f ,,-
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ence. Specifically it is to be used for o ose.' .10;a.1'
Sole Agents for the Wm. J. Lemp Brewing Co. and Dupont's Gunpowder ,eerche in bacteriology and biol-
, 15-17 Commerce St,, and 14-16 Front St., MOBILE, ALA ogy, a quest that concerns the life of Heury, I h-l h ,i ason in
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.. .. ... every man. Possibly nine-tentlhs of She whiPskel a but ": morocco case
J. LYONS, P'res,t. J. F. DRAGO, M'r. all deaths are caused by germ iitseaes from her m..:., inul i'1 6.-k back wivhi
Sad it will be to fight these i, aladies an indescribable r,
S*tiL M BA A "Thank heave 'i can dare to
N M b the udicoveies ('AieI causes and breathe! I ta-t and-well,...
L Dl means of prevention that L,,ord may have guess. 1 I his; that I am not
1B" r in nl, lyeagh'sl money will be used.. I ue of1 my Lu "sd. Deeds? ;
il 0r n they're part of thz- I y jewels. My
t lyv wise philanthropist is the third aunt i- : ..i, y, ,' and they only
Si u o of the late Sir Be jam i. L,1 .'.S ''i .m .1 uL. 'oa ,, ,
SGuinmiess. He is 52 year-' .i .11 >.l ', .l ,,. L' up
i54 to 164 N. Commerce St.. MOBILE. Ala. was i,:lad a baronet twelve ye .. I ,I t, nix in 0 -u he
and raised to the peerago in ll'. 1. key-b.-,. .1 H
Frofmi r n TT T TTUWf i' mom the i lelr-enlot tort'ii- .I M y llrtwl^ ously wit
lated by the manufacturer ,,i ,. the 1,I. I t6tied-- with a sort of
world-reuowntied Guinness "t..,, s.-k L :tiu ,' that. I a cg .inly never
lJdigfl1 UJ4BAY LUMBERI iCOMPANY VIJ1 U1L,nLil ut ;jf o-Phftr tte value
the family have made en0orn110 ,1 ofo. 1- r wallbwopaL, and a1
BAY H A A nations to Dubhn. The fatli littr le.acklr of se ials-but it was
IBA9 I Lstored St. Patiick's cathedi:l l th diamondss, a neo at'and a tiara of
S,.. t,L..u. I aclapped A lid and looked
Lord Ardilatin, |Edwald Ctciil '., !.1--; '1I t n: diame Acredulonsly. Did
other, presented to t city Step'lun b h- m.aU it: a. *
Green Park, one of The fine- o,, "'Nit ho;c-v'hy, no!'"sheexolaimed,
Se gu --uing. "To bL,~odged at the bank,
places in the United Kingdom. LI.,-,1 inj th. sar, vr-u ut:rstand. Mr. H,-n-
AItN'J PREPARED TO FURNISH Iveagh himself but recently :,,-. ry. if iu La;oind.i ; <-.i the barest. idea,
Z v. (-in h II w ould i,.^,o il,4tg back from hid
trust the sum I $1,500,000 us t hm ""S u it lme Ii ig back t romi hi
S ug h a 1 dressed Lumber of All Grades. t te shum' ,u tia ate oa e, o I01 place
Selection of a sanitary dwellpi 1 I,,, tt,..lm xViU h you i case of ,nathhi!g.
___ a__.__ .the Dublin workingmen. Luld I"'- Pour I_;itt.rb.a l1" :i si' Sll. '"1( is hid
*tfmperauntut, L-nt hb would irea;ze upon
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JJ ,-:-- 4,h or,0ndorsed notes. The whole of humanity will profit by self? Very good, .,u will l it and
S. retain the key, plese. Till mni:'niig--
.-.....vv whatever discoveries in bacteriology yes; fo t he time .--ing they ought to
.-f! -' -.- "V-T4 't- -e J- UI F 37 V^it my lead to. The Jenner Insti be safte mn'v ip this e tiaet. One
L E R E tute numbers among its members al- moment, '.lat.' You -l- Lvea re-
-- *- most all the big mien of medical and I was cn-i:--s,:hus 11 the even.;-( of a
PIT r" SB (T i ON E A T BAY. T, kinroed sciences in Great Britain. vague u u:Ilit'n-: 1 -l''oc: "Mywife
-__ .-.- 'F__ 1 lie careful and effective application had .I *e i. -*1iir al o AI wa
P- . If the qu- c,-t 1 mc i-nfucn tha I d oided
S' f thi groat gitt is therefore assured. to smoke neitherr igqar in slitt.!-., and
'. "I "IA. A.i 'I --- .-_.-.-.....-- that 'the weed '.I;-ai.1 for nearly an
,. Talkin- a -Hole Tlrougli. a hour, for juat ot.lhd -ud of th:t time
e F ort at the recog- 'aik. the strangest. tbi happy nml'
1Mr. Edison has devised an instrut The hall in, 11 paenu u.e'rt.,iu tinkle.
SOrlH I OO eOOditS o, tal-:i a 1 hol through So down I went, amkned on the electric
.0" i g a switch there, oanod the door-aud
.anldl 7-tV w rIc-O, plank. This soun.ls like a joke, but there stoind-
it is a fact, nevertheless, say, -,. "**Mue. Ott.rbu 1" I s'1id jur aboIe
B "o on ans ript, r myn bre ath.
. . t ur Booton Transcript, and it afl'rd) .>n.' "M !"' L. uki past, me, she .aiiL it
of the most interesting illustrati.n-. in a dull, mum ing voice. "I hIIve
S, the power of sound waves. VIher, c Im for y j s s. L.tme hbvo them,
..... .... .please.'
.re Wizar I Was i W igton i Her carriage here was it' And
S-,hinle as an examiner of patn : madame hort, lf, s she st.epip-:. :-ast me
1-J- '. into t1e1 ha -- s' ed ijiuLb-w a ddi1t'r-
-... - "* -- .. --b ---v .. .. -l .. ... . Son, id ni .-nai i
SI-o . st... i y an l,,, iliip ltilno 't.rit t-r e, W
S" lov ,ow and drew a sketch of the J .,- mis1ing fru. 'olo,. w.:e. -:ang
6" -;" .- rats in question which con-". ly wl. ;r,,l, on-i ,u sai Li
A. .. -- principallv of a diaphragm, a ra,',i- t u',rtk.:n her i t lsix hM r in ieriii.
and al toothed wheel. Wheli oI.n Cooi!' it lie-un, t .- i.a do h ei
"2 y j,. ;- ,lN.le, .-n' &! e r,[ep ..t -,1.
; ^ ^.-.'I, .i~ '~ ^,^n ~talks at the diaphragm its vItra,, I j sa I, c11 ..l.
.n9 just a Lu.1 1 i "ur "oice. ''
lcauiu"e the wheel to revolve, :i.a- -- "ay-l I q to bring t.ihem Lack,
^^< | r through the familiar contrivame, oEr.e ic art h hpte. 1 ia .
called a ",worm gear" a gim-lt i- u,.r -,i iamSjust .tl.you eft themin
.'--;" -:',-: -. -turned which bores its way thrii-lgh awU l I haud.- h L.4 thuea. ,:.
Sboard.- Tbank you, ,th.t'. you." As Ihe
,^ -- _, .. .' ?.J : 0 a arnl.-asid it no, ie" a ^, ', ...I;a f.,c: Her
.1 has 'been suggested tuat Mr. te,-ih v.-.. oiii the two; wUbtia rows I
Edison's invention for causing lthe had cfit-,n lmini Fulls, then. That
.; ,-* .' hua o to accopi i s explained the er .tion iin her voice.
.,, j .. A, o, 14* ..7 C h,,an voice to accomplish boxing But she w's ing o' without an-
1r might be utilized to advantage in the other word.
,, ,i ... A .; '. :,n...iy is t. Improve tie Country adjacent toS t. congress of the United States, where "Madame! a ped. Lr hand was
A- i tet'. iay amnd to long speeches of certain members I must lJl.ist in sociug you safely
'i its r a..,lt'ce.s mts a Fruit-UroWilg (onitrl. wIouhld serve to run much of the elab- home in the cir umstancu If you will
*,..., ,1, thi. tie C,.om,.any proposesto Sell Lands in tractsof Two- ,rat. machinery required to ventilate wait one a ecfn hatadboots.
.i:';', I m'F-' 1iv.-:i--.- i.. tnuch paties only as will improve them by the andotherwise manage the builhiing But I had baly reiih,.ed my room-
,n ,..u ...... rui..i.e. ,n.j c .n lKrimanent Improvements as will enhance the occupied by the national legislature, when I heard t di'-..r below click and
,'<-. ., .. : ::-, ,Js r.,ised f, and i r Iricu.arly to lose.
Plant then out in Ttees, Plants and Vines. Adapted Phrase. to th smoking t m ,hai collected
ii.h .* .n -1 t shr.- picltable tume every su'h tract shall be a Cincinnati Enquirer. i had actually aitted' to ask her for
u,,'toe h,,'e, ,e o very seSlihe-"Oh, what an awfully dirty the return of t receipt.
Sourceof Revenute to its Owner, little boy!" L o n
Hie-"Yes; he is-i young in years A week pass. I had heard nothing
'O RELIABILITY OF THE COMPANY. hut old in gime." of uadame or her jewels. Another
week. Whemin aa'st she was announced
i ,t ,:-.ti.-t.'a which will ,iatmrally be asked will be: "Is this Coin- Their weainn Trip. one morning. I fit positively nervous
.il.."'? .Ld hie aisweir' to it is: Any person employing the Company A summer visitor in a New England for the nmoiauBu Thun in she swept,
i,,*:...,,:nunts may .d.:posii an approximate payment of the estimated cost of ,rill.w mnlafritn i.h nnanr twn hcieth as v\bite, her step as stately,
,rth t.' re.*:poa:. ile iin,. e man or firm doing business on the Bay or in
-tNr t loiimi to )be.paid oier only when the Company shall satisfacto-
'u;:, .,n~:i prvemeiits have been iima-. according to agreement.
I,..Itnr,, will uot oily improve an-' plant, but watch and care for
.It.-rtr-d to it, k,.e,;ng,gu,trding a .ti fi, ts lires,dishl:nest pilferers
'o ,iy c.iuso pus, iil'le to be prf velte .I.
:.-lfuetlini teo f u'the pl probable expense an A ind come of a fruit
,. .- .Y.I. i' -i.'' Lountrr a r-w filr's :are i.en : ;r
a i -.. :ayI' -. to t. : .:..t ...' hearing say $20; 'ost of planting 1 I1
.j -'t ./"cult;vation each y ar th l re.tfter,$20,
ex'rI. riAganr to ),timn:ate that a 1-acre vineyard will on the third
,* .t, ilii(vatd. yield $'201( ) ort h of fruit and of peaches nearly or quite
-.iie n.flus ihu l'i d,t ec m i, i tt..r than that. Then, thongh perhaps a little
* iI- t 1.' ". i cUiliiii itto profit.eble bearing may be named pears, apricots,
" mlu', fiti,- mulberries, olives, Japan persimmons almonds English
S l chestnuts, pecans, and ,uany other varieties of fruits and nuts, which
artain-to flourish here; while oranges and citrus fruits, though not con-
i.> yieldlaige returns oftener than they miss
i ; .,: 'tary ,i'f the Company will .ivce particular attention to an-
sweringletters of inquiry, and the Buoy will in its answers to correspondents an-
swer all questions asked it. on
S"IR E M E M B E R the Comphuy Lands will be sold on Easy
Terms of' Pavmen!; but improvements must ) be id for as satisfactory proof is given
that the w'rk has been performed. CO RRE S 0 NDEN 0 E S0 LICITED.
Address R. E. HOWARD, Sec. WV. A. EMMONS, President.
St. Andrevs B,.y, Fla.
If you need FURNITURE of any kind, call on
Amok m m
40, 42, & 44 S. Palafox st., Pensacola, Fla.
of the French Canadians who were em,- her 1ile as fikcinut.ing as ever. Dear
played as operatives in the mills. Mr. He.nryl out those troublesome
One of these was an elderly widower mining shares- should she sell or hold?
whose two youngest children the visitor "Hold, by a means." I sat back,
had taken to drive with him several with a smnl rele.f. "Er-I see I
times I need not ask ao'wlthgr you reached
"I make a marriage nex' week, home safely t ur treasure. Do
n-a, t-"itl e ns, ge de you happen t at receipt with
posited the children at their hone la0th a a ,,a
one afternoon. "You see us all go past For the ewl Notinadozen
your house on the wedding trip." "Jewels? D re it?" Notinadozen
"Indeed!" said the young woman. years shall I ret uiy sensations as
"Shall you go in the coach?" madame repea ta,. Henry! What-
"No, we go in hired buggy. My wife ato a fixed t Henry!What-
she go, and I with her, to the bury ever do-why, on have my jewels in
ground, same as our people most al- the bank here
ways," said the man, with evident sur- "W-wbat!" Was she really mad?
prise at the lade ignorance. "Three How long we tgazing- at ench other I
buggy more behind us, and we all carry do not know. "'Indeed!" I got out at
two, three bouquet to put on my first length. "Yoi trely--M one.)tterburn,
Wife's grave. Yes'm, it is a pretty wed- I cannot appr ate jokes of this order I"
ding trip to the bury ground, and re- "Jok-cs?" Bhad s d to her feet.
spectful." "Jokes?" she .hisperd again. "Mr
spectul."Jokes?"ha em into your own hands
Three or four days later the summer Henry! I pu use "
visitor was filled with mixed emotions in your own n
as he saw the four buggies, laden with "Certainl our did. And you called
the wedding party clad in gay attire, at my house hour after midnight, on
pass the house andturn into the little the thesame ( and took them away
cemetery. Some minutes later the bug- again."
gies again went by, that time at a "I called your house again and-
cheerful trot, and she was favored with Mr. Henry, plain yourself, dol I was
an elaborate bow from the bridegroom, never at yet as but the once in my
whose face wore a happy and virtuous life. I gave t a 'e amid took yori
smile.--Youth's Companion. awn roec.ipc. .oally, 1-this is too ri-
:iculis IS "
Decorated by Christina. "Mine erblurn, tkinkl It was
"In the suburbs of Sedalia, Mo.," abnnr ou o~ k. You rag the bell
says the Kansas City Times, "there lives twice. yo e-wied to be in trouble-
a scholarly gentleman who was awarded your husbaI you simply said, had told
the Order of Christina by the Queen of you to get k tho jewels. Igave them
Spain for his zealous care of her two to you, an u left the house before I
grandsons, Raymondo Guell y Borbon could get hat. You don't remember
and Fernando Alfonso, who afterward -that' robbed put out a
became the King of Spain, and was the "I've b robbed" She put out a
.C4. .--.-t '"I ATr TAn ti A- -r 0 n
the evening come on was at first sup-
posed by botanists to 1- due to the dif-
ference in temperature, but on trans-
itiir: the plants into a hothouse it
was foaud that the same phenomenon
occurred the le;vok; closing at sunset.
Birmingham, Engl.:-d, turns out five
tons of hairpins every week.
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..1., L;ERE for "The Story of the
}i-. i ppi,.es" [ly Mu;ra' Halstead, com-
i shneidaby -he Goverinimnt as Official
ITi, tori;mi, to tliWir Dnpcrtment. The
Louk wn!i written in airmiy camps at San
Fr;'u is,.o, on ho Pac ifiic with General
Merritt. in :e!: hiopi'ds .t Honolnhu,
in Hiimg Kong, ini the Almerica.n trenclies
at ainilila, in the insilrgent camps with
Agauin ldo, oi the d-eck of Ithe Olympia
with Dowey, itl'i ii lthe roar ot battle at
the fall of ManIila. Potin za for agents.
Brimlul of origi al pictures taken by
government plotogri pliers o the spot.
Large book. Low prices. Big profits.
Freight paid. Credit given. Drop all
trashy ur.:oiicial war books. Outfit free
Address, .'. Ti Barbr, ec'y., Star In-
franice lilhi Chica:o.
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quilcly ascertain our opinion free whether an
i'vetti'n is probably ptentable. CommOnica-
tiflusRi ricly c.nfiden .al. HandboO onPatente
6.ir,t frts. Oldest agency for securing patenls.
Patents ,aliaken through Mann & Co. receive
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MUN1N O.36rodway, New York
Branch Ofmice. 626 St.Washington. D. C.
St. An res Poiltry Yaris,
G. W. SURBER, SR., Prop.,
ST. ANDREWS BAY, FLA.
--Breeder of Pure-
when he came home, .;. iP :" v. to say
-.* go Li:_ t to tba .: i- s al
ow Ine to pass!"
.. i1e, one nO .- w.
g my wits.
go t e*iMAWuily l,. .
_. ut three daysI? I i t-ureq 1ay
S:" : transpires, I'll call in th first
detective in London at our own ,xpe,,
'.' ,.- you must. It thero. i-o any.
7:;,. -Vry behind this, it i t.he 'mcs' ex-
tra.ordinary one that ever saw tho i 11L
.' y .11 promise that'?"
did eventually, and waid out
to her carriage like a person tL,. .. -.ly
Those three days went by-bow I
could never say. I had done nothing.
Was merely waiting in an agony of sus-
pense. And then on the third evening
I received a telegram. It was from ma-
dame. "Come here instantly."
I too-I in a sweat of hesitation for
..--': 1.,, and then- took a cab direct to
the .:'. of a wS1 known private de-
teotive. 13; the merest chance he was
in. Five minutes later the pair of us
were bowling along toward madame's
A maid, looking scared, showed us
u)p t once to _amiainv's .boudoir There
htiv ;n;3M:iae on a ,uch, and there was
;, .i- ofh ea n de colozne, and a doctor,
ljiu ovtr hler, blold up a finer in
ant held p....m-i_ ,iug at.
ThL j w.-wl c-- I
"Mr. HAn.y!l Mr. Henryl It was
there in u-j duchoaFe drawer under
some rLriih, aurd it was ur.it there thrco
bouis agr,. 'e, tbay have not been
toucliei. But-eh, hlioavensl-it was
not tire thr,.: hours ago! Mr. Henry,
come her.f! I never called for them-.-I
never did in this world."
I took the e mechanically. Yes,
thtro wore the learls and opals safe
enough-and the diamonds, above all.
The one thing that seemed clear now
was that madame's mind Lad gone
"Er-let. me see those." It was the
dEtctive's quiet voice at my shoulder.
"'U'n:l I suppt":.a thu lady knows that
the.'- tou-s ue6 ouly tUio very beet
"It's false," came madame's husky
whisper. "It's"- she broke off.
The door behind had opened and a
smrial, dark, pale man stood staring in
Euf're wo cocltd think or he could
turn a busih-s; w'hiser hissed across the
ro;i: and r-'do is aI!l start.
"Ah- i" it sniid, anrl her finger reach-
ed out tt him. "Yoa-you dare to
im-,ve. OC. rLuiU, you got the case from
M. iiiurv. You know how it was got,
Low Ii .;as put baok there."
"D:;i't bL a fool," he said, leaning
towrd -is w-ifc. "Theocase-you got it
yourtei, tCh, you may stare. I saw you
with miy cv.o eyes. You never walked
i your !ee;). did you?"
"'il-re's -.. Marsh. He'll tell you
that be has -known about madame's in-
comnia for yearns. Her brain impels her
to d-, (',tr:!'meouas thi :., in her sleep,
bat she'H always deny it."
"Quite so." Tha doctor, looking
round from the couch, was the first to
spea.. "I know Mrs. Otterburn too. If
I ay so, this ,:.t;'.rnu here says
.... .. -.. t ,._ . '.' r!? l etonoa
S. ... ~- p ai. that eau
be7 ,: ~. wa-y tOO."
.'- looking around. No one
:smibai No 1on1 spoke. Of a sudden he
-natched a .inmall packet from his vest
pocket and '.:_ i t toward the couch.
"All right, then, there's her real
precious t.oncs. Now she can say and
do wiavt she likes, can't she?"-Tit-
The of t lavs of .'ants as
Tlhn ctosfn of the leaves of 1nants as
L. .. WA E
La PIV ;TlS IN
D E A L I';Ii ST :i N
DRY G r
ANo. r, fHBft'd1 A'e
Ship Chandlery, Salt Fish, Etc. Etc., Fec
A :," N T FO R
tnr Twiie ALn aO FONot.
A LSO FO R
C ~~ 1.a
D I L ALERT IN
pierch n ao -
STOVES AND TIN WARE
A Full Line of Caued Goods
AND A COMPLETE STOCK OF
Mast. Foos & Com any's
Double Acting Force -Pump
THE COLUMBIA GARDEN PLON
Thi; is the latest aind most complete
Hand Iow for working plants in the garden. It
is selt-adljuistable; the weight the block to
which the blade is attached keeps it in the
ground, and the. depth of plowing is regulated
by lifting the handles. A boy or girl of ten
Iears can handle it with perfect ease. It has n
\4-inch steel wheel, the height of which mskea
.I the plow light of draft. It has five blades; 1 Is
a Lurning mold, 2 a shovel, 3 a sweepor weeding
blade, 4 a bull-tongue, 5a rake. Wrench
." with each plow.
E We have made arrangements by
^ which we oan furnish this plow at
S. V., the factory price, $3.76, with
freight to St. Andrews Bay about 75 cents, making the plow, deliver, d
$4.50i. But the BuoY proposes to do better than this and will send the Bmnv
S. 1 r - -_... nm10ii at tit a the ietoi for vfor "iid
SL. '. n111 cal Estate.
!;( tc 2 il lrt hl'al last
of I'' ; *)!istd(,-i of F0 acres Line
ti .bered Ia u, bein ( tIe \\ct1et ia:f of
the so'athwct q aiiS'r Ii section U. Ip
4a, rai, 1i : 4 au fL cied \'. ith
picket fence and in cultivation, "ithi
several fruit trees, grape viln,, -tc.,
and a lihaitable shanty. Prices '$3.1
partly on time if desired. For particu-
a vrs add ( 'I : ov.
.t . .... .. ... --,h ..*j -..' .- 1
2-.1 CONSTIPATION ', . I tr '
refu',nded. ltgives i ta . -i T ad: .i
S. For I
I .*', ' '. iJJBY, -eg, I''.a!iaao r', L IL'Gr.a ,l
f. rice. r P
Sold at St. Andrews Bay, Fla.
At Dr. MitchelU's Drug Store.
Cr'Call for free sample.
A SECTIONAL MAI
OfSt. AnOlre s
\V ,.' lihn e Ii:t, ;1 'i I;.-h ihts i1V
whliicli we can furniiih thli tine MA .\
oCierin, about (igliteen iiiil. squaric
of territory, including the Cincinnati
('oipany's Tract, also Harri.oii,,
Parker, Cromanton, and adjaceInt
S;.i[ .iin for 5 cash yearly subscriptions
lv thie aid of this map the location o
Ian d- purchased of the Cincinnat
(''.,ni:any can be easily ascertained
0or, parties may send us $1 and their
hlsc.,,iltion and we willlocate their
It-1 3ia-d return the Map by mail.
.Ad'l'ress THE 15uoY,
-St. Andrews, Fla.
For 5 cash subscribers, we will give as
a premium, I Sectional Map of the Bay
country, or 1 Map of- tne City of St. An-
drews. Either iao sold singly-$1
Of the Citv of St. AIlrew,
Gotten up with g.-ant care by the
publisher, who has spared no pain
to prepare for the p, iblie ia map -,of
St. Andrews aa it really is. It shows
FOUR MILES OF O.A.ST LNIE,
Lxteniling ea.twaid I:omu Dyer's
Point, taking in the Old 'i own site of
St. Andrews, and gives location of
public business places, p:.ivate resi-
dences, dlcks, etc., alac ee cry lot in
each block and the adjoining addi-
tion to the CiiLi. nali C'oupany'a
land, with a full ,lesi ription of the
Thie Map will hl- w owners of lots
in the city just wl.:-re they are lo-
cate.l, aind is- ot valu- to those think-
ing of buying pirr.ipety.
Size of MItap 30x50 Inches.
Th'e BUL Y will send this map to any
addl ess on thi receipt. of
Il- iive 5is a premium f1'r 5 yearly
II -.u '.criL't i''i[
Tih: ;L.IJ'i.) ham mniade ; 1l y l>,I n I CI lub-
l.ing airaugemeitLSl wib a few of tle vtry
,i-ct publicitiuns in the culinliy ond rFor
tho rie'i ent can send for a whole .ctar
TI,- LUI-'Y aInd
LIe lit'.- l ll rateI \ Ci L fi .... -.1m.
LD-lirie, 's l agaizirnt ... ..... . 7:
Detroit Free l're.- (twicela-weck
and Year Book).............. I "'
The Fla T. U. & Citizen, daily for $9 05
do weekly, f.,r H85
Scientific American' ', ... :. ,"5
Farmer and Fruit Grower ..2. 5
Florida Agriculturist 2 5i
do clubsof 5, each ... 2 52
Farm Journal, Philad'a, monthly l I
Cincinnati Enquirer twice a week
8 large pages each issue..,.. 1 70
Atlanta Constitution ... I '1 i
N. Y. World (thrice a week)........I I15
For any or either of the above puhbica
tions in connection with the -'lii Y, *id-
ira's all orders to T1E IIUOY.
St. Andrews, Fla,