Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: March 30, 1899
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00052
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
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ST. ANDREWS BAYJ FtA., MAR. 30, 1899.

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OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY LETTER FROM JAMAICA, although sihe spoke at t~.I call The neariest Tbins in the wog. -- PUMPING COALt' W I
One oar a Year in Advance. -- "English," here. The heaviest thing in the world is the
UNITED STATER. ne laraear Adane. J. Hughes Relates More of Bnt manhood fin ca metal osmimn, the bluish white metal fhe Modem Way of Tain On
seaators-He Barn'l Pasavo, Monticello, with mannoo t-cae.. to ith violet luster which Mr. Smithson of a Sunken c>ub
Hon S. R. Mallory, Ponsteola. WILLIAM A. EMMONS His Experience. rescue and L inquired ',l t is .the tennant discovered 90 years ago in the The old way of recovering coal from
Representatives-- It District, S.M. Spark Editor and Proprietor. KINGOTON. JAM., 3. w. i., Mar. 2, '99. matter with you, s only residue from dissolved platinum ores a sunken canalboab wa to raise the
4an, Tampa; 2d District, R.W. This metal has a spectfic gravity of 22.- boat, with tie coaIn it, to a point
Davis, Patatita. Dispar ad rates 50c per inch permonth Dear IBuy: I have been here a testing the weight ou'-load." 477; that of gold being 19.265; lead, where the oalcoudbereached. Chains
Lapd Offlee-Register, W. G. Rolhinson; Ditpl n tes per she per mont,
Receiver--H. S. Chubb, Gaincville. Position an extraordinary condition whole month; have taken in all the Whereupon she ;oo inaed.lous. 11.867; iron, 7.79, and lithium, the weue worked under the sunken boat
lightest, only 0. 594. fr pontoons alongside
STATE. rates suliectto sDecial agreement. sights, consequently time has flown The young Jamaica assured The arenc chemint, Joly, determined Atoone t oored alongside Pf it
Governor-W. D. Bloxham; Secretary of "Local Drift," 5c per line, first insertion *'dher and she beca ftr*s quiet th s ow tide th e hato s w ee made fath
itate, J. L. Jrawford:; treasurer, J. B. 2'.,c each subsequent. Display locals iy Of course I have had a few her b m likewisofe the most in- on the pontoon. which rising with the
Witeld; Atorne General Wm. B. La- double above rates. things to ve me, chief of which is Then to convince ha no eible of metals. It could never be tide lifted the sunken boat clear of the
mar; Comptroiler, W. H. Reynolds; St.- e fove rates.need to steal a tittl 'a n a few ade to yield to the hydrogen flame bottom. At high water it was taken -
erintendent )f Public Instructio, W. no news from home except what the which .makes platinum and irridium shore as far as possible, until it again
N. Seata; Commissioner of Agricul- It. Buoy has brought me. Had it not vegetables, 1 hand f tvo small run like water, but Joly has been sub. grounded. This operation was repeated
t ,. Wmbwell; AUjutanntGe- lf would cease to worry been for that I would have die al bright oirus, wbic in her Jecting oymium to the exclusively high nl the boat ws brought to the sur-
.- to 'r b.Tt .. een for that I would have die, al- b t n, s rti hr temperatu the electric arc which ao. The newway, or, rather, the mod-
S ..-- m t, i nd now the barrier of ice i a, ot sor Moissa has of late employed uoessful era way, to pump the coal up from
,- _tirst District-S. tt. MiiIo t ^ ,- 'g . ;h io il her 9ow ly in the manuftoture of diamonds, the boat, wherever it may lie, rd thb
Second District,Samuel Pasco Monticello. instead of riding by. re a sial, a e e, in a
STATK SENATOR. still live in hope while awaiting the ,rea o a n ede IreU eb 3 o, 4ra
Twentv-fifth District-J. B. Clarke, We- If neighbor spoke to neighbor thaw. God bless you, but infusible, readily ets, but o
warthka. As Love demands of all, Curious it sees that von have I passed ol and vod five little remains refractory, there being apparent- less expense.
WASHINGTON COUNTY. Then layers would make kindling of ious i seems at yo have t n th ly only the faintet traces of usion. O The pump usd baanopumpva
Representative, W. G. Colewan,.Vernon; Their shingles on the wall. such weather when it is so warm this account osmim cannot be prepared It a a centrifugal pump, the suction
Couety Judge, D. .Melvin, Ve rnon; here. Generally, in a well-ventilated ground. The little sti were about in sufficient quantities to make it very being produced by meansotadisk, with
of Deeds, W. B. Lasitter, Vernon; n l Sweet ot tent. room no bed-covering has been need- sixteen inches long, a tn might useful in the arts, but its alloy with ir- wings attached, taming at high speed
Sheriff, C. G. Allen, Chipley;Treasuer, Atlanta Constitution. have spanned c Wi both ridium, which defies the acids, is of within the pump shell, a circular cham-
0.h Parish. Vernon; Tax C collector, A. Never mind your tether ei; only occasionally I have drawn a some value, nothing better having been ber, to which thesuction pipe i attach.
Q. Jones, Vernon; Tax Assessor, J. Long as you kin thrive; single sheet over me, which made i] hands. "Good mor.in massa" found wherewith to tip gold pens. Bq- ed. An eight inch phmf of this kind
W Williams Chipley; Superintendent Any kind' weatherman, "e's hat I's got ing nonmagnetic, its employment for will pump grate or broken coal easily,
of Public Instruction, W. L Lockey as peast ad comfortable a tha the bearings of the mariner's compass and pump up a load of 800 ton in a
Chiplev; Surveyor, P. L.Horn, Orange Just so we're alive comforter of four or six inches would to ths s e wa akes a li- has been advoated.-Popular Science day. It will raise coal from a boat
Hill. This here world' is funny- in latitude 45. ing Asking her lihv hle sold her Monthly. sunk at any depth from 5 feet to 200 feet.
S ..ce of t Peace. W. Sigleer; sometime 'twill e funny- Jamaica is a marvelous country, wood, "One gill a pi Mwas her ex- A Shower o Hat and Shoe.. Thep annstalle
Notar.y r.blics, W.A. Emmo.., C. H. Summer'll shore arrive, susceptible of great possibilities if plitit answer. Now a sill ii three Charles F. W. Mieglatz contribute. near the sunken boat. In this use the
pfarthings or one i-half cents "A Boy's Recollections of the Great
r. ppen: Deputy Circuit Court Clerk, rightly manipulated; wihch as the things, or one hicago Fire" to t. Nicholas Mr. pmp has a long fleble section of
W. A. Enpons: SchoolDirectors, R. Chition pe yt ah ed to i
F. Brat hin. W. Singlear, L. M. ever mind yer tether writer sees it, is next to, if not alto- So seven an a-half cants would rep- Mieglatz says pipe to
Ware; Port Master, L. M. Ware. Let the temnest drive! r.ent her day's maretik. Once, for a few minutes, I thoughit are
HAR.PmON. Any kind o' Weather, gether impossible on account of the rcaent her day areti. n for with me. The fam lengths of ppe that may be required to
ostmnistress, Mrs. M. B. Jenks. Lord, so we're alive! iindolence of its inhabitants, who will Others had little tiee-np bundleN sprang from the middle of the block, reach down to the coal. This pipe i
ster nd Pula. W. H. Troubles will distress us- work only as they are obliged to do of round sticks thr6e-eijbths of an on the east side of Wells street between imadeonf wro t en dt sis ma
Parker u 1 1 Plig, W. sto Deat different presshs us; th
?.. aster and Noay Death a'.taxes press us; so-therfoe cannot be depended ich in diameter y ght i ches Washington and Randolph, to the mid-to mak pipe of
,stristrs, Mrs. Hassellorg. Thankful we're alive! upon as laborers. Let one got a lit- long, piled i litle p on the die of the block between Randolph and length eied t ea e of
Desirtng iptlength of iron pipe is a flnnger. As
ANDEBRSoN. -., ti------tie too mauc' money, he will forth. ground. Desiring t0 learn their use, happened. At the northwest orne of lengthsof pipe are joined, thflangers
P'ostiastev, S. W. Anderson The Easy-Going Mal with resolve himself into a striking I was told by the little wotuan who Wells and ake sreets I topped for a are bolted to ak, withea rbber
I., I Mrt. reso.e G. Ir A. s g moment to catch my breath and to look ket bete, tog ke th j tig
esetmavter, Mrs. R. Ga. care, committee and his little accumulation presided over them that,they were"to back. At the southeast corner there The flexible suction pipe is held out
,'o- tmater, Martit Post There's naughtcangive him worry, will soon disappear; then- you may clsan teeth; do you wsh o buy some?" ass on re ley over the teand o thesunken boa
FAREMDAL. No matter what the time may be, find him begging on the streets. A She looked disappointed when told fha nt on thereeafr alt, sintmlarbt from the wrecking boat by a gaff, and
otmte.H. J Johnson. He never has a hurry. multitude of such characters-stout, that I had outlived my 'teeth, there- orate. The fire struck this alleyront s the
'o't.mistre, Mrs. Dyer. He rises when it pleases him, fat young fellows-have beset your ore had none to clean, with a force that swept the boots and an ae a may r
V .. ST B Does not retire till late; humble servant for a quarter (three Others again had snll pieces of street in a lash t ongue of flame shot quire,s, forintaneto raise thelo
St, fiIt(* Coor, P. But stilles don't datrouble cents) to buy bread with. In fact red colored oozy bark sorted out in out, rolled across the street and kindled of the canalboatup and over a cross-
VF..ioffice on Laird't Mill Ba ou. up o id Loa tar kettle and a barrel, such as pavers o cnlotu le cose
Co Un ird' OMillBa.'oN. whet, begging is quite a trade here, and no small piles, and was surprised to a tar kettle and a barrel, such as papers beam connecting the sides, to be lower-
He does not bother over 9use, bringing with it a shower of boots ed into the coal In another part of the
CALOUN (.uaNkTV-CRHOM ON. doer.ot botherkover wheat vagrant law to interfere; but I learn that it, was sed for scrubbug and shoes. Almost at the same instant the coal n another part of the
NoteavPuhlie, Frank Hosk in.: Postnan- The price of porkor stocks; o oore. the fire threw Itself agast a hat fac- boaL
itr, hos. J. B. Mauger; County Corn- He never fears his business will couldn't afford to scatter bait to en-f ew tself against a hat fa When the pipe s all oine t
nmissioner, Hiram hl, Spice.; Deputv Some day land on the rocks. twice birds, especially blackbirds. Now these smatl things speak hoeshop. it hit the ea of the build- not at once lowered into the coal. The
tClerk of Courto. S. T. Walkly. His face is always beaming bright, The population is divided into more emphatically of the extremity ing with the same impelling force, and pump first charged with water, which
SE IG OU He very rarely kicks; three castes-colozed, black and to which somp.of Ihese poor people the hats flew up into the air like spray. d a very simple mannerby means
Methlodist-Church cor. Washinglon ave Beca ruse ho's only six. white-the former being most numer- are driven. thaniLm the great cart Oarnxmense Railway System. of a siphon attached to the shell of the
* itad OrCh.reent t-Rev. L. G. uanrn,. ol s while the latter comprise the 103iads5Jhat te ~r-ri- The railway system i the United When it has been charged, the
p eerv altertea Sunday. A New Volce. few and represent about one-twenti. kets, or th tide ot huge slps States employs 86,000 loomotives, 6, umpi art ad th e nd
SI Y S. C. E.-l0raver e passege.Lacr Canainitutioi.,. otly8,000 the coal, and coal and water are pump.
Pres yteria church every Sundy a after A Georgia bsrd who writes to say eth iuosty English or their descend- laden with fruit ind nuts that de- baggage cars. These figures seem large o e th wer t
rsys h e Sunda Itir [A Georgia br ;vo writes to say ants. Mi-slgenatian begeg awful, pet fseog edup together and thrown out through
oon at 3:30 o'clock. All are invited. awful, till the number of freight oars is stated, the pump's discharge pip In a oont nu-
Baptist-Church, corner of Wyoming that he is in search of a market for somewhat micella I epect a v das to go over which is 1,20.000. A passenger trainto th
arena sa and Cincinnati street. Church his wares, gives ihe following rhymed they seem o be somewhat niscella- expect n onsting of locomotive, tender, bagin
aco.aerer. turday before first. Sunday neous int their matrimonial relations to Santiago de Cba, where I shall gage and six passenger oars, with their s made fat alo ide the wrecking
t 4 p.m. Sunday school every Sunday at history of his genius:here re not a w in both ake a short sta then probably contents, i estimad to weigh about boat, andthe oal from the pump i
9:30 a.m. Preaching second and fourth h "My father he wrote poetry in 1861, ere ae not a ew Chi e,both make a short sta, then probably contents, s e t o w eight about discharged upon a seen set at an i
SSundlavs in each month. Rev. J. P. Snith, But when the war broke out he quit, men and women, with a sprinkling of pass on to Porto co and will .lnop 184 tons. eight trains sometime cline between the two boats. The water
reach a weight of 550 tons. An ordinary ry, through the screen and the coal
.r Lor. -an' shouldered his 0, Hindu coolies thrown in. The latter a line occasionally. Vey truly passenger car costs from $4,000 to $5, runs t o the er aoal
.ec -an ke tree ev. -An' then my utrcle took it up aire have quite a representation at, I.J. HuGHEs. 000 and a sleeping ar anywhere from The option pipe an b handledfo
Meltwain pastor; preanig on seco d until he died; rather on the outside of the market; $10,000 to $20,000. The system, with thmt
nd at o onh a 'clock a.m. A' the I filled it, e th A Pair ot Revelations. Its gigantic equipment, is practically thIe most part from the wareking boat
nd at "p. Sunday school at 930 A I r llr i, ause for they with a host of others take The Kansas Cy Journal tells a thegrowth~ ngletgenyeration. With It any handling underwater isnees
a. i. every Sunday,John Sturiock, Supt. d Lod wiprovidef the additions of another quarter or hal sy, diver goes down for that per-
a. .eoliec-rChuc corner Wyoring aye- w-t.oa thair chances of selling along the story of a Kansai man who believes a century posterity ought to stand and pose, and it may be that the diver
,, Poster tree. writ ay subje'-have wrote all street sides adjacent to the market that God sends revelations to true gaze at its stupendous proportions. But brings within the power of the pump's
THE MALLS. (I know wht rhyme is omin' now: It' enclosure, not being able to find christians. Not long ago he had a t will probably be graduallyeduated andtin rannie whichtmight oteise
The northern mail, Tia Anderson, Gay, either 'white,' or 'bright) room inside, or, perchance, their bus. revelation in which he was informed have been out of many of our own.- nothave reached. When the boat has
Bayhead and lOhipley departs every day I kin write about thefuture-I kin fol- iness is too small to afford the fee for that one of his chUrch brothers had New York Tribune. been emptied, i it is not too much
except hndy a 3:00 o'clock; a. m., .. damaged or water soaked or too firmly
,-riveB .every day except Sunaay at ler up the past.. banging their commodities inside the stole. his harness. meeting the bro- bedded in the mud, itwillfloatof'itslf.
:s4 eor heaven have mercy on us all an' roofed enclosure, for each head load. other in the road, he proceed to di. A e o ero in the budeeein tth mus d Ito ittoe lo wie.
C.,tet lay nail for flairidon, Cromanton, save our. souls at last!"er
I'.llakr, Farmndale and Wetappo, leaves .. donkey load or cart load is charged i vilge the nature of the revelation night to find his room in the possession Pumps of this kin are made of from
s.k do'k an in eavtiW etpp aThe Wind at Sea, toll according to its rate as it passes and to demand restitution. Inme- pistol of on of the maraudersoe.- the
] o'clock,arrives, coming west every McClure's Magazine. ii. At first I took the coolies for ately the brother went into a trance, judge watched the proceedings with n.
Seining at .7 o'clock. I woke in the night with thewailing gypsies, though a little dark and from which he camine presently with his usual- judicial calm. One of the rannle's Triumph.
T. ANDREWS BAY, CHIPLEY & Of voices now shrill and now deep; generously ornamented with silver, the statement that hiehad consulted dators to aw tch Don't a Daintylittle hd Fannie Grayson clapped
VE1NON TELEPHONE CO" Ithought of the shipsthat were sailing, Some sport several rings around the angel of the Lord land had been value and isakeepsake." "The motion angastfshehadbeenehanted. Then
.iC oDLEOFRATES:--Feor each five Of mothers and wives who must weep., the neck beside being manacled with info-rme that it w his duty to is overruled," replied the burglar. "1 she ran to her sister Lillian and hugged
n t'hon: I saw the mad ocean let fly many bracelets, etc. One young wo- sin:to ,i accusers hp and thigh, apal,s rejoined th judge. The two her and said:
S" Bavhead15c s army o wars an men man wore six bracelets a3nd four nap- whereuu'pon hie began to belabor the then replied: "The appeal is allowed. : "What's happened?" Lillian asked.
,, t" Chipley. 25c Dragged down in their terror to die, kin rings on each arm, covriug them first brother wlho tood still and Theocasecomingon beforeafull tribunal "Why, didn't yonu see Tom Tadding.-
Chipley & Bayhead....... 5fic Far, far' away from our ken. of he supreme cort that body is on when he went away jut now?"
S Gay.............. 20o over half wa from the haud to the took his whipping ii i uncomplain- th e unanimous opinionrt, that bothe de so on when hie r eplied.t away just now?"
.Bahead & Gay............ 5c Thousands and thousands of eries elbow, ing lhumilitv, after which the pair of the lower court should be sustained, "Yes, what of him?"
- ot sio teleg~'aphc. c From ages ago I can hear The market is still a great attrac- sa,,i in unison: "Let od be prais- tiand it is accordingly so order ned." -. ut fHel howed mytobe heaisrtwife. Oh. Lil,
EMtt'a, notniuudif e raph r Tn the sh'iek of the wind as it fles; etig the watch, wutf adjourned.-,iust feel how my hears flutters."
W A. EMMON. I shudder and tremble with fear. tion-not because the marketing is pd!" and then went their several Household Words. Lillian Grayson was tall and wil-
solely dono by women; buton account wa as. But, up to last accounts, the Couldn't Quit Gambling. lowy, and she had a good sized muscle
BUJSINESS DIRECTORY, Wild Wind! that but late was consent- of the great variety of products ex. aiidig place of that snig harne Driving a cabln the streets of Lon- Holding her sweet, tender sister off at
W. A. EMMONS, With death in his dark jubilee, posed. When there this moving a e uon is a, yung man who a Itt arm lengthdshea eyou sho ,
t'C, *' t' C t Stt .a Lar*: h Sad voi':Cbd. '.u are surely lament.n l little woman-m along wia pon- La grirp. i ag i ic. Every wealthy family in Yorkshire, he went go crany over that. You surely didn't
o" ,,;i.;ptio,,, t, admn;i-te-r oatlhsi. take TIh deed yot, have done on the ea! dleruis basket upon her head. heape, pr.c.uti,:. should be al n to avoid it. into thearmy, but oon became distin- acept? IRemember that we come of a

ai.-idvitsv legalize acknowuledgrnts - w it ams, plantain, bannas, etc. Its i': One Minutt ughCure. A. guished byhis gambling propensities. olu mony vnr grat atner mab e
e'!t4., aywhere ,in Floriida. Special nt- LOVE'S OWN. enog One pln dathe lg bie
tetio giyen Flo l ia. Speeya l n t LOVES OWN. She ouded the basket just, outside ec J. hp publisher Ag cultural Jour. Heruined himself and had toleave his to be able to retire hesn hewas. 4
to nari -e ser 'ices, arnd lic:erne Whomu Love built his humble ne She oude aid Adcirer, Elden, fo., says:."No regiment.
o rriage tWired and thankful didIrest, the market, and leaving it in charge o ill e dispi in using One A short time ago while living in a year old, while Tom Taddingto'
to lawful ly qteledstrik Office the market, and leaving it iu chargent %ill I e disap-P"int'A" 'in using One mothe.
te LUO Olico,St.AndrCws B.iy. t rrothe l ns oeb me, of a young Jamaican, -she went out. Minute Cungh Cure- tor la. ipue." Pleas- garret news was brought tohim that til she ghadot married. There is fora soliving
And aoe tweeter rest "hre tno 1:tke, quick to act. or-sale hy R. he had been left 980,000. There was a until she got married. There is a social
S R J. J KESTER v hispered, "Art thou bles Having a curiosity to test its weigtt F. ,.i to act cale y R condition attached to the legacy-that uLbetween our families that never
". R 1.... i stooped and lifted as much as a wo- the money was to immediately pass to can be bridged."
ilomeopathic Physician %tim' Ac-, Where Love built hE nest I knew A Good SpurIgeon tory. another person, named t wi, "Oh, botheryour gulfs and bridges,"
co er. Oic PionrDrug Stre, orbeneath roe aves rew. man oght to carry ad it did ot Hee i a story about surgeon. He the legates was ever found gambling.ried ni "Itold Tom that I
corner of Shell avenue and Michi- Thoughthe k.cn thorns crept tome. budge; I then lifted as much as two once passed a stonem who, after A detective was set to watch the ex- not think of being his wife, and
gan street, And Love wsed, A thu blestr women should carry ana it. seemed to each stroke of his hammn cursed and captain and saw him enter a well started away swearing that he would
t. Andre Florida And I answered, oe i bes swore. Mr. Spugeon la his hand on known club one evening, where he lost ther kill himsel or propose to la
Where Love built hisnest a blght be frozen to ground, and the mer- his shoulder and, looking dly at him, the sum of 800, which he had raised on oulton Thik of itl he kills him
1 .L ,Le fro m lvndso t am dlIghtl iu pv rs i
MIT ELL, Blew from landsof Deathdof swe ht cu hanging in t seventies; so I said: "You are an adept t swearing, his expectations. Heforfeited his 80,- wantself for love of me all the papers will
All that life had held of sweet i, pf he had lad b da Phy,,.in, knd Dr,. ggist, Commerce st., Lay in ashes at Love's feet. litted as much a three women oght Can you also pray?" 000-before he had ever laid hands on it. olumns aboatitor p he goes andmar
east of %L'n 'i;e-, (Olir hi i prafe.eional Yet I-folded to his broast- With another oath he:lplied, "Not -tLotdog Tit-Bits. -on
service to tIhe citizens of St. Au- Weeping, whispered, "Love is best." to carry, and it came up. At this very likely." X ies Clara -see what fun it'llbe to tell
es and vinit. Residence on Buena o, witLove abiding still, juncture the "lady in black/' bari- Holding up 5 shillings, r. Spurgeon Wen eKnew Him who ,the other girl how dro him tit
V istavenue, am Love'% to do his will, ing the "in" came flying back, for said if he would promise ever to pray would be glad to get me, he said. a hour. It I were, I'd celebrate by go-
SSo his lips on mine are laid, he would give him that.
C. H. CRIPPEN, So hip hard my couch hath made. she verily thought I was trying to "That is easily earned" said th "Verylikely," sherepliedpointedly, ing out and smokingthebiggestand
Notary Public.till anw r "Love best." carry off her truck, And didn't I man, with a fresh oath, ad put it in "but none of them would are to keep stronget cigar I could get hold of"-
wi aitte'nd nronptly to all businesstde- -Atlant ConStItUtIoU- c ? His pocket. When Spurleon left, the you after she once had you." Cleveland Leader.
kinT l lteiteo.albusis --Atantac onsttion catch it? Her tongue seemed a yard an begantoeel a little hen He went outdoor to say what e commercial eal
,aw rt't. one hloclk ,o'-rhbast of P. long,ihiig in the middle and forked he went home, his wife asked him what wanted to sayafter that thrust. He felt l "'laudia, is tBe young man indus.
C Dan'nri's ntore Mr. S. A. Fackler, editor of the Mican- at both ends. How it did clatter! ailed him, and he told her. "It is Ju- that he couldn't do justice to it in the trious to whom you are engaged?"
l opy, (Fla.) Hustler, with his wife and das' money I" said the man, and on a house.-Ohlcago Post. I "Industrious? Why, papa, he intend-
. 81NG(LETARY, children.,suffered terribly from la grippe. It appears to be unlawful in Jamaica sudden impulse he threw it into the ed to propose tome a month ago, but
J justice of the Peace, One Minute Cough Cure wastheonly rem- to fight in any other way, and so fire. The wife found it and took it out Perttnent. was too busy."-Chicago Record.
WiV giv' pr-omrnt atite.i'i to all matters edy that helped them. It acted quickly. they fight with their tongues. And and discovered who had given it to him. Caughey-Who on earth is trying to
v.onlita within 105 jurisdiet[U-n. Ac- T The man took it back to Sfurgeon, who play the piano, CarOline? pn Carooinet lost
k, u ime: oat dminis Thousands of others use this remedy as a this was my only flogging since my conversed log w him, waninghim rs. hey (proudly)-It is Ara. "Snagsby is a memMiber of the Vege-
.... .-.--.. ,....... rni f. specific for lagripoe and its exhauslin.. ... , .. .. ... ,. .., ;o i ai,n, *n ra dn main ttarian club, isn't he?"

the I
Th tke etinow Trap.
. The minnow trap used for batchind
minnows for bait is of glass, shaped like
a jar or a bottle without a nek ant of
a capacity of six or ,eight quarts. Thd
bottom of the trap rises in a coone, Ik
the bottom of a-champague bottle, bu(
instead of being solid the top of thd
cone is cut off, making an opening la
the trap. The top of the trap has oved
it a metal cap on a hinge. The cap ia
perforated with a number of hploe td
permit of the circulation :f wanted
through the trap.
The minnow trap is along. states
tally in a wire holder, wbich has haM
die on top, to which a Bope is made fmti,
Suitable bait to attan mi w i nn a.
placed in the trap, which is thea lev f*h...
ered into tea waten The ome. wt .
opening at the inner ed in 1 tbbotoe ".'
is in effect-.like the ope -_hto I. :u
Sl h. r.k ..l= .- ,.L IUcb a i d. -g'..T .. .b

the captured miunnows aBr fgo
opening the cap at the other end of thf
trap.-New York Sun.
Vegetarian Crocodiles.
A report by George Hoare, one of the
officials of the British Central Afries
protectorate, summarized in the local
gazette, contains some curious detalh
of the crocodiles of Lake Chiuta. They
would seem to be strict vegetarian, fao
not only have they never been known
to attack the men fishing I the lakie
but their tracks were shown by the
natives to the writer at a distance ad
several miles from its shores, whence
they are said to travel overland IA
search of roots. This is contrary to thO
habits of all known species of roo'o
diles, which are, in the first plaoe
purely carnivorous, and, in the seeoned
so helpless on laud from their inability
to turn, except in a large eitale, that
they never leave the immediate vicinait
of their watery or muddy home. Efforts
will accordingly be made to obtain I
specimen of this abnormal type of the
formidable amphibian. -Loondo Tablet
Strange Tastes.
One day while at Veisalles during
the French war Lord Odr Russell went
to call on Bismarok, but found him
closeted with Count Harry Arnim, wbi
was known as the "Ape," from his fan*
tastical ways. Before long Arnim came
out, fanning himself with his handker.
chief and looking as if atbst to choke,
"Well," he gasped, "I cannot under*
stand how Bismarck can bear that.u
smoking the strongest Havames in d
stuffy little room. I had to beg him to
open the window."
When Russell entered the room, he.
found the chancellor fanning himself
beside an open casement. "What strange
tastes some people have I' he exOlaimeS
"Arnim has just been with me, and he
was so overpoweringly perfumed that I
had to open the window."
Don't Worry About the atto*.
The editor has a charter from the
state to act as doormat for the oommu'
nity. He will get the paper out seome-
how and stand up for the town atd
whoop it up for you when you run toA
office and lie about your big footed d
when he gets a $4 a week job and weep
over your shriveled soul when it is re-
leased from its grasping body and smile
at your wife's second marriage. Don's
worry about the editor; he'll get along,
The Lord only knows how-but some-

Do you take cold with
every change nla the
weather? Does yeor threat
feel raw? And do sharp
pains dart through yew
Don't you know these are
danMer signals which point
Sto paunmonla, brouchtls, o r
If you are alflng and have
lost flesh lately, they am
certainly danger signals. The
S question for you to decide ,
S"Have I the vitality to throw

. Don't wait to try 5o'IO '
MULSION "as a last re-
Isot." There Is nu r Imey y
equal to It for fortifyhug the
Ssatema. Preveutho Is easy.

Scott's |

Emulsion -
Sprevents cOI,- l o ald S
hosts of other diseam whkbi
attack the we eand thMose

the one standard rtnedy for
Inflamed throats and lungs.

for colds, bronchitis and con-
sumption. It Is a food medl-
clne of remarkable power. A
food, because It nourishes the
body i and a mIdkas. be
case It corrects imm ed
SC o. and$S.ooHl. iiatggls .
SCOTT & BOWNR. C.aIn&. wN.e Vw.o



NoTE.-It must be remembered that the
winiD is .ot a. wholly reliable motive pow-
er aind-if the sailors sometimes find it im-
Dospiile to iink-0e schedule timeit minst be
barged to the elements; they do the best
they can.

The schooner Nottleo arrived fronm
Puss.cola on Friday forenoon last
with two passengers and freight for
North Bay turpentine camps .
-.----- -B lll -- ----
Leaves St. Andrews Bay every Tuesday,
S4eaves Penaenola every Friday,
weatherr peimnittithg). Special atten-
Stion will 14 given to receiving and
forwarding freight for Darties living on
En.t and North Bay, ar'isengers for
p'n s on either arm of the Bay Vcni
dep.-nd upon seeu ing prompt trans-
porl.ition at renasonalile 1. ..
.L. M. W.E & Co., gro;
Carries lte East Bay Mail between St.
Andrewp Bay, Wetappo aud inierninedi-
ate points. Leaves St. Andrews daily
(except $unday) at 6:00 a. ui.; arrive at,
Wetappo at 12:30 p. in.; leave Wetippo
at 1:00 p. Wi.: arrives at St. Andrews at
7:30 p. m. Makes landings regularly at,
Harrison, Cromanton, Parker. Piits-
burg and Farmdale. For passenger and
freight rates, see rate card in the sev-
eral postofficeg.
DAVID M. WITareILL. Contractor.

A Week's Wveatiaer.
The following table gives the maxi-
mum, minimum and mean tempera-
tures, the rainfall and direction of the
wind, for the twenty-four hours ending
at 7 o'clock p. m., as indicated by U. S.
Sgorernment self-registering thermom-
eters.. Max:Min. Mean. R'n W'd
Mar. 22 69 h2 6: .05 se
".23 78 64 71 .00 ne
24 74, 54 64 .00 sw
25 75 48 61 .00 s
26 79 66 69 .52 sw
27 78 66 72 .00 se
A' 28 78 64 71 .17 w
Forweek... I 75 61 168 I .221

N R VE8 must be fed on pure, rich
blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the
best ierve tonic. By enriching the
blood it makam the nerves STRONGC.

Parker Lodge No. 142
J- &a A.-& M
S- RegiTlar cuiuniunni-
cations on the fi-.t
,nd thir'1 Saturday
S in each month.
S Visiting Brothers
W A. EMMoNS. Secretary v

To Cure a Co lt in One Day,
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All dlMgglsts refund money if it fails to
cure. 25c. The genuine has L. B. Q. on
each tablet.
Him manner of Bath.
At a little cosmopolitan gathering in
a home on the North Bide the company
were discussing the unkind thrust at
Chicago for flatting the letter "a,"
when'the girl from Boston remarked as
she peered serenely over her glasses:
"W'e always give it the continental
aceetki.' 'insttance, we say -awth.:
6WPshawl" said the New York girl. .
shrugging., handsome absholder s.

England. N'ow, we always pronounce it
barth." r.e i
"*You're..away f.," retorted Miss
Chcngo, gotug into tho subject neck
and, elbows. "We are the mout correct
people a tK% woetdd with all ~le up to
dalh kowledge there is, and we give
it the fall @.due-haarth. "
"There's a Londoner among us."
suggested one of the company. "Get
hinij to pronounce the word and notice
what he does with the 'a.' .
So t ey tackled the bewildered Eng-
Ilsbmab, wi.tkput letting -hiim. know
thetr4 tioU Wut asking. hini solemn
qu tions al*mt hi opinion of the bath.
After rc.ardinyth~in with a srhinxlke
stare throcs;h h~s monocled eye the
gentleman from London said;
"Qu te so Qutite so.r .I always tub in
the morning.' --Clicago Times-Herald.

.Consumption atiud anarles.
We do not' In this paragraph allude '
to he"ilanlids to which pebople.fly for
the are 4( consumption, but to the lit-
tle ,irdairhich sing tiongs to ns'in'their
caprvity, aAd'are, According to Dr.
Tuker Wise, a catwe trom which on-
Ssu.iiioLa comes., Thi. gentleman says -
that fiqi.: hia.9wa paervation he i -of
opinion fhak.iA manynptamnces dieasWed
cage.birds, such as canarie, comamuni-
'catt tuberctdoAis to a serious extent
amOg human beings. As about 400,000
can les are reputed, to be sold every
yeai~n the Talitea EKingdom, and as it
is sated that tuberculosis is ohe of the
mo ~comnagn diseases of birds, it'does
not ,eem unlikely, that the canary may
havrconsiderable influence in the dis-
tribltion: of tuberculous infection.-
Lonon .Hospltal
3 "'" lori-o Net,
('nm*- frpm. Dr. DT B. Cari le of Wash-
ita.:. 'F. Hc< writes: "Four bottle of
Ele.tttic-'ltt.om has euired ?1rs. Brewer
of Rsirful. wifth had caused her great
suffering 'for years. Terrible sores
would break out,. on her head and faoe,
and the best doctors could give no help;
but ler Aure ts`'*rnplete and her health
is e i.7llL&t.' Thia shows whet thous-
ands, ha e. prqve: -That Electric Bit-
ters ft the best, blood purifier known.
It's the sirpme remedy for eczqma.
better, salt rheum, ulcers, boils and
runrntg sores It stimulates, liver,
kid& #ys and bowels, expels poisons.
helns dlioret.fnn. hbniwdl un thei atr..nrth.

-Razors and pocket knives at the Pi-
oneer Drug Store.
-Taxes for 1898 are now dlue and will
become delinquent April 1, 1899.
-F-resh Florida grown gapden.peeds
and onion sets at the Pioneer Drug
-You can get fine prunes, figs, dates,
raisins and candies at the Pioneer
Drug Store.
-Triumph watermelon- seeds-Mel-
ons weigh as high as 100 poands-at Pi-
oneer Drug Store.
-Allens Tasteless Chill -Tonic, Sar-
saparilla and -Yellow Dock are the
best. Fbr additional evidence call on
Dr. J. 3. Kester.,
-A good big Tablet for 8 cts abd a
'good thick school tablet with 175 leaves
for lOcts; all with handsome covers and
good, ruled paper, at the BuoY office.
-A capsizing episode off Buena-Vista
Point last Thursday afternoon resulted
In nothing more serious than a thor-
ough soaking .of the occupant of the
boat. *
-Parker lodge No. 142 F. &A. M. will
meet in regular communication next
Saturday at 1 o'clock p. m. -Visiting
Masons in good standing 'are invited to
paJ ticipate.
-Brinz vour ordinary school ink bot-
te the Buiw piee anj ior 5c get it
e Aqn6old's celebrated Chem-
cal Writing- Fluid-the very best ink
de. Must have your own cork.
/ -Capt. G. W. Jenks of the Harrison
House .has rebuilt and extended his
wharf out to deep, water, thus making
It much more convenient for guests ar-
riving by water to avail themselves of
the hospitality of this popular hotel.
-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.
-If you would like to try the limb-
less seed cotton, advertised elsewhere
in this issue, send $1.75 for the Buoy
and the Twice-a-Week Atlanta Jouri.
nal, and get a large package free. Ad-
dress the Buoy, St. Andrews Bay, Flsa
-Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either St.Andrews Bluff, or Buena Vista
Point, at 8c. per dozen; also map of the
St. Andrews Bay country. on back of o
letter sheet at 12c. per dozen, at the
BUOY office
-It you are thinking of buying prop
erty in St. Andrews or immediate vi-
cinity, you cannot afford to purchase
until you have conferred with the pro-
prietor of the BUOY. If you are short of
money and want tobuyon longtime for
actual settlement you can be accommo-
-Last week three gentlemen came io
St. Andrews Bay to look up a location
for an extensive sawmill plant. They
were taken to the Pass and also to Wat-K
son Bayou and shown soundings; but
the Buoy did not learn their names,
where they hailed from, or whether
they found things to their liking. '
-Food does more harm than good
when not digested. IKodol Dyspepsia
Care digests what you est. It prevents
wasting diseases and cures stomach
troubles. It cures indigestion sour-
stomach and- belching and allows a
workout stomach rest. It acts instantly.,
Sold by R. F. Brankin & Son.
-The Chipley Record has made its
appearance inChipley and is a credita-
blesheet, with J. S. Gardner publisher
and G. E Gardner editor.' Chipley is a
small town to support two newspapers,
but the Messrs. Gardner have had llen-
ty of experience and ought to know
what they are about. While the Buoy
wishes both its C h ipley neighbors the.
most pronounced success, it very mnoch
doubts the profitable existence of twOe
newspapers in that village.
-On Saturday the 18th of the pres-
ent month, as Mrs. Strange and her
daughter, of Farmdale were returning
to their home from Wewahitchka just
about dusk, when about one mile east
of the residence of Mr. S. Guderian,
they came upon some object lying in
the road, which upon inspection proved
to be the dead body of a negro. Pass-
ing on to Mr. Guderian's, they notified
the family of the ghastly find and Sun-
day morning Mr. Guderian and his son

repaired to the place and buried the
body. They describe it as a fairly well-
dressed negro with a shotgun wound in
the back o& his nead, fired at close
range, for portions of the wadding were
found embedded in his wool. The body
was badly decomposed and had evident-
ly been dead at least three days. No
mo!ney or valuables werd fouind- upon
thAbody, but a loaf of bread and a good
sized lunch were lying around Tracks,
as of two other persons, one barefoot.
the other with shoes were discovered,
but no sign that could lead to the ident-
ification of the victim or the verpetra-
-tors of the murder.
-With this issue the Buoy enters
upon the ninth year of its existence, all
under practically the same manage-
ment. But few words are needed -to
outline its future course, for there will
be no material change from times past.
One thing is imperative, and that is, all
subscribers who are one year or more-
in arrears for subscription must be
stricken from the list. There are but
few such; but self preservation is the
first law of nature; the terms of the
Buoy are payment in advance and to
permit some to'run behind for a year or
more is working an injustice t" those
-who do pay; also a few complimenta-
ries %ill have to succumb to the sifting
process. Much as the publisher would
like to send the Buoy gratis to his
friends, there are expenses to be met in
fts publication that will not warr ant
himin doing so. So if you fail to get
the paper next week do not be offended,
but if you are in arrears, square up
your account, and if you have been get-
ting the paper gratis. open your heart
and send $1 and it will only be too wil-

-The man, S. W. Duster, who was
arrested for selling whisky without a
liceLse In the West End wab taken to
Marianna, given a prelimniua'y hearing
and bound over to the next term of the
United States District. Court at Pensa-
-The Buoy is commissioned to bring
seller and buyer together for a most de-
sirable bargain in real estate about two
and-a-half miles frem the Buoy office
on the Parker road. Five acres of
ground, fenced, with good two-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.
The Young Peoples Baptist Union
meets at the Baptist church every
Sunday. at 3 .. m. All invited.
The Y. P. S. C. E. meets every Sun-
day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the
Presbyterian church. All interested
in Christian Endeavor work are
earnestly invited to attend.

'Don't get scared when your heart tron-
bles you lMo.t likely yuu su'fer from in1-
digeslion. Kodul D ipepsia Cure digej-il
Swhat you C.at. It \%ill L ure ever/fti t` ii .of
dyspepsia. R. F. Brackin & Son keep it.
S The Mer ..k
-,l The gentl.,fSFBf- rg the RtIev.
eral times before the servant let him
in. He wag looking surprised and a
trifle apprehensive when Mrs. Elykins
came into the room.
"I called," he explained, "to inquire
about your husband's health. He and I
belong to the same organization, and
several of the members desired me to
eall to see how he is getting along. We
Were very sorry to hear of his illness."
"It's very kind of yor.," she answered.
There was a crash which shook the
She paid no attention to it.
"I think it will be only a day or two
before he is able to get-out and go down
town," she added.
The slamming of doors echoed heavi-
ly through the house.
"Has he been dangerouEly sick?'
"Not until today."
"But I understood you to say that he
was convalescent.
"I think I may say that he is so. He
wasn't well enough to be dangerous till
this morning. But before noon he had
discharged the trained nurse, quarreled
with the cook, smashed a rocking chair
against which he had stubbed his toe
and thrown the canary bird out of the
window. Those are always hopeful
symptoms with him, and I feel fairly
justified in saying that he is convales-
cent. "-Washington Star.
Shake Into Your Shoes
Alien's Foot-Ease, a powder for the
feet. It cures painful, swollen, fmsrt-
ing. nervous feet, and instantly takes
the sting out or corns and bunions. It's
the greatest comfort discovery of 'the
age. Allen's Foot-Ease makes tight
or new shoes feel easy. It is a certain
cure for sweating, callous and hot.,
tired, aching feet. Try it today. Sold
by all druggists and shoe stores. By
miil 25c. in stamAs. Trial package
FREE. Address Allen S. Olmstead,
LeRoy, N.Y.. ... .
+ State Officials Paid In Pelts.
Probably few people today know that
the original name of the state of Ten-
nessee was Franklin. or that in 1788
the salaries of the officers of this com-
monwealth were paid in pelts, but the
following is a correct copy of the law:
Be it enacted by the general assembly of the
state of Franklin, and it is hereby enacted by
authority of the same, that from and after the
first day of January, 1758, the salaries.of this
commonwealth be as follows-to wit: .
His excellence the governor, per annum,
-100 deerskina.
His honor, the chief Justice, 600 deerskins.
The secretary to his exoellency the govern-
' or, 60 raocoon skins.
County clerk, 800 beaver skins.
SClerk of the house of commons, 800 raocoon
]Members of the assembly, per diem, 8 rao-
coon skins.
Justice's fee ~or serving a warrant, 1 mink-
-Murfreesboro (Tenn.) Independent"
Danue nor.
TAKEa ONLY the best when you
need a medicine. Hood'8 Sarsapa-
rilla is the best blood purifier, nerve
aitd stomach tonic. Get HOOD'8.

A QCever Svirtndle 'Whleh Was Sue
ceesfully Worked In Panis.
Swindling is as monotonous as ethics
or mathematics, and the various ways
and means resorted to in the last decade
of the nineteenth century for obtaining

possession of other people's money were
matters of common knowledge in the
Egypt of Rameses the Great. But the
Parisian police now affirm that a new
departure has been made on the banks
of 4the Seine. And this is how it was
An office was hired In a good.busi-
ness street by the inventor of the trick,
who assumed the title of somebody and
company, chemical agents. Being con-
vinced advocates of women's rights,
they employed some members of the
fair sex, who dressed in the height of
fashion, used the most fashionable per-
fumes and then visited singly the best
apothecaries' shop. One of these fair,
false emissaries would stop her cab at
the chemists, come in and, taking out
her purse, ask for another bottle of Dr.
Beaumont's elixir. "Dr. Beaumont's
what?" said the young man behind the
counter. "The elixir. Don'tyoukagw?"
'"No; I am afraid I never heard of it."
"Oh, how tiresome, and my poor rheu-
matic husband will be so disappointed
Are you sure it was not here that our
servant bought it before?" "No, ma-
dame; it was not here. Where is it sold
wholesale?" "It is sold wholesale, I
think"- And here the lady showed the
ticket on the bottle. "It costs 8 francs."
That same day the chemist bought
the elixir wholesale, laying in a fair
stock of it, and meanwhile many of the
confreres were doing likewise. But, as
nobody called any more on the obliging
chemists to buy the 'elixir, one of the
curious confraternity analyzed this
specific which was supposed to relieve
rheumatics. He found that it was at
least perfectly harmless, consisting of
water colored by coffee ground The
police were then let loose upon the la-
dies and the chemical agents. but they
had all moved on, leaving no address.
They are said to have netted about 10.-
000 francs. he the trick.-London TeAl- I


No t. ... ,. d Bables. ., t i
The edsi a'" and Circular brings u of SIht
a serious ch e against modern novel-
ists of beinu bsurdly untrue to nature vf AM id."
m in one most important particular. It "
apper'us thathe novelist of today nbso- In other months WIe f get
lut ely-ilor vital statistics. He-r she.1
is l:vineh eaugh with marriages and the tarsh/ inds of Spring.
revels in do hs, but seldom condescends ut the ae their use, as
to a birth. th have thir us as
Now, if u.ture acted in this way The some say, to blow out the
Medical Pres and Circular is right in bad air ae-curnulated after
saying that before long there would be
neither nov t nocr readers left upon Winter storms and Spring
the face of globe. For instance, sup- ws T re s r
pose things 4ally went on in the style thaws here IS far more
of Mr. Anttny Hope's "Prisoner of important accumulation of
Zendla." !1i is stinging tale there are, ipr n ta c nain'
on an avera~ve deaths to every chap- badness in the vcins and ar-
ter, with noq single birth in the whole series of -humanity, which
book. At th rate, as The Medical
Pre.sd points .t. the world would needs Hood's Sarsaparilla.
speedily bec depopulated. This great, Spring Medicine clarifies
In DickenS y it was far different, the blood as nothing else can. It cures
and in "David l opperfield" and otber scrofula, kidney disease, liver troubles,
books he brcu t plenty of young hope- rheumatism and kipdred ailments. Thus
fuls into th o)rld, in proper keeping it gives perfe'-t health, strength and ap-
with the birt ate of the country. Did petite f months to come.
be not give p inence o Mrs. Gamp Kidneys My kidystroubled me
and on advise tnrn Trnd's Sarsaparilla
and Betsy Pri whose sole concern was which gave proniot rellef. better appetite.
to usher in t I coming generation? My sleep is rtfreauint. It cured mny wife
-; alasp." -ICHAurL BoyLs, 3473 Denny Street,
Sk-yser ern Very Old. Fittsburg, Pa.
Lanciani, th amons R[oian arch- 'Eipsla "Complicated with liver
Lanciait, th"amious Rloman arch- :and kidney trouble. I eufferct for years
spologist, a 'n that in the Rome with dyspepsia, with severe palhis. H -d's
of wfb.4 a& al wg experienced. SarsaDarikl madg .- Fi,
..-; as s passed 1. . I T ', Main Street, Auburn, Me.
restricting eightt of fronts to 60 m n Disease-.sl Five crunntch sores on.
feeet. In or to evade it builders c nim id to lied every winter. Hood's Sar-
adopted the e 1ce of carrying up sap:irilla taved my lite, as it cured me per-
the rear po0 n4everal stories more. ft .l~ 1'- m strong and well." ANNIE
Other laws .] ing on the heights of Rier, Mass.
buildings w passed in olden times. 60
There was (-tndency to diminish the U O uiu
height of. itoces as the buildings in-
creased inpze,jand a height of 130 feet
was probably tztained. It is believed rA C re liver 1,1%. the uon-lrrttsilngid
that the 4-ili s were so low that a ol Pal,,l-ier itak. with Hood'rs nparrlla.
man could pol stand upright in the
rooms.-Grien ag. --- "
A Chinan ta twice as mneh meat satsied.
as Japane. 7 Opnlent Father-in-law-Wbat ails
h*** .*0wi p you. George? Since you have married
To insuie py i nh ver keep the yon perm to have lost allyonr ambition.
li,'er clear antih body vigorous by u"ing George-Well. yon see, sir. I reached
De Witt's Litle rlv Rtsers, the famnou. the height f my ambition when I be-
little pil s or ustipation aud liver e r on-in-law.-Harlem Life
ti-uul~ed. F l F. Brackin & S. came your son-in-law. -Harlem Life.
truublea. Fo sal R. F. Brackin & Sou. '
A Ian f Resouree. Poeties Sqnelched.
A big, unouth looking stranger, with Weary Watkin--Oh. that I had the
shoulders lila a Hercules, walked into a wings if a birdi
department tore late one afternoon, Hnngry Higgins-Tbey's less meat
and, after gaing about a minute, step- du the wings than they is on any other
ped up to a s mlesman and made known piece.-Indianapolis Journal.
his wish to my a shirt. A couple of
samples were shown him, and he it- The Appetite of a Goat.
formed the alesman that either one
would do. Is envied hy all p It w an tile f $1.50 tonimah and liver are out of order. All
It was an article tat sold for $1.50, uch should know that Dr. King's New
and in making payment the stranger, Life.Pills, the woudorful stomach and
pulled from }is hip pocket a huge roll liver reuedy gives a splendid appetite,
of bills. He apparently skimmed them sourd diireestion and a regular body
over in search of a small bill, but he habit that insures perfect health and
could not findone of less denomination rreat energy. Only 25 cents at any
than $500. Oie oe these was handed dliif'.tt.re-. -
the surprised silesmai, but he arose to -
the occasion an0 seat it away with the liU' ItER & iFLOY D,
cashboy. When the change came, it At(orueys at Lanw,
was nearly all in small bills. The stran- C r.i.t:v. \,a',IISq-,T ger iutcrruptd the salhsmau in his
work of counting the bills by reaching ,1-LunI Title., anil C".llctti.,In we
for the pile and wadding it into Mhis lip IIIikt, a SiCiiiltv.
pocket. ,
"Oh, I out's it's all right, and youa ...
cn2if .g? u'L, wa' it. All I HAIR BALSAM
wanted was the ch ge. You see, it o~" a .luxur"iant trowth.,

delphia Rt. ord. -

e Fooled ilu S .rgeons. I I Z A K U R E
,11 doctors told R nick Hamilion..of FoPer lueigestion and Dyspepsia. ,
West.- Jefferson. O. after sutTerin IS **vDrspepsia has been ihie bane of my
months from rectal stida, he would die life for -ixty years, and of all the hun-
unless a costly oper tion was perform- dreds of resicdics, I have ri.rccived more
ed, hut he ,'ur-d hi self with five box- benefit t from Tizakuire thnau from any otler
es of Buacklh-n's Arnlea S dlve, the su'- John J. Penrce. D. D., Coineanf, Ohio."
e t pile cure on eusr4h. and the best A Cure 'for a Try .*2.'>ct.a os. ---.Ak
oalve in the world; ;2b -cents a box. your druiL'i.st, or write to.- a free saminpie
SolId by all druggists, to TIZAKU ItE CO.,
Milton and Daate's Hoeven. Tilrp Milton's heaven is earthly and obvi-
ous., though with none but celestial in- Here is
habitants; where eve and mnorn succeed
each other and gratefull twilight" has Olonmeth i n p
its appointed hour where YOU Want I
S the trees In the reading nlin -lh'r, illu. tlralions,
Of lifoanbrtlaal fruit gebear, and vines p-:iOr'l :iiparatc', culurcd c'L'r p.ge.,
Yield near; e and ni.ik-uip

whose angels sleep 'fanned with cool
winds" in thoir celestial tabernacles
and eat not seemingly "nor in mist,"
but "with keen dispatch of real hun-
ger" vet'ing on excees, from any in-
jurions effects of Which, as the peet
takes pains to tell us, their spiritual
nature avails to, ave them. Dante's
heaven is no less 1 finite and orderly to
its ininuteot det. 1, but mystical and
ethereal, even wb .e peopled by the sons
and daughters of earth, passing from
glory to glory in teending brightness,
with divine vision! that come and go
like stars in a clo y night and attend-
ed by the music the spheres. These
are the two ex n.mes between which
lessor poets pain uil plant their Edens.
-Gentleman's I gazine.


The National Magazine
is coniiandiliig fi rs pla -e iinm ig the.' p-l"
ul.,i r pic'd p-ri,.din;lk,. revi' vini i hom u-
ofiiils no new r.adu.s t ro 'uchour Iho entire
:ijuni it r at h union: h II it diSii liiveld '
pulili'ulition for- lio hone.. iilud icli iasilte
contains readiniiig o' ituch iner'stl'to ec-
ery niemlier of the family. Wilh a tplit-
did array of
Timely Ill.ustrated Articles,
Brigrit, Attractive I)raiwimngs,
And ;Clever Shlr't Stor-ies
Iroii Ile preii iln the Ihieat Anim.rican wi it-
crs ind 'levervre- lt nrti.-ls tli iniigli'.iiin.
will ,,ertginlv please viP .. Mi.'nliuii this
paIpvr au l i]end foi r ai Sitr l ?I c |lY'v.
The National Magazine,
41 Bedford St., BOSTON, M.as.
JoE .ITcIIKLL C .n i'i.r,, Puliilher.


SAfr an Limbless

Cot on Seed Free....

SAnyone ho sends one dollar for a year'a 'ibacriptlon to the At-
S lanta em WeeLcly Journal can get postpaid 6ne pound of the colo-
brated Af an Limbless Cotton eed without charge.
SA poun of these seed will plant one-fifth of an -aMe, and with
.tI proper att ,tion should yield enough to plant a crop.
\ The see .were tested in a list of thirty varieties by the QeGnta
(A\ xperimest Station and a bulletin recently issued by Dirtetor
A4 ding saho that the African Limbless Cbtten prodhoed 70 pelads
Sore per e than any other variety, and 161 pounds maone per azae
Than thea rage of thirty leading varieties. K
;t The Afr n Limbless Cotton produced 780 pounds of 1st per Ma ,
.r-I which is n trly four times the average on the farms of the outh.
This sho what high fertilization and thorough culture will do
with these scellent Beed. The value of the product, counting cotton
?. at 5 cants d seed at 13 cents a buehel, was over $45 per &ere. The
I cost of fe llzers used was $4.77 per acre.
A The Jo l does not guarantee results, but the result of the tot
at the E rment Station makes it worth a farmer's while to test .s
these seed hen he, can get them for nothing.
The Jon al bring's you the NIWS OF THEM WORI J- WEEK wy h hundreds of articles of special interest about the farm,
the housellold, juvenile topics, etc., and every southern farmer .
sh bould have the paper.
of You don t have to wait a week for the news, but get it twi s -t
often as yqu do in the weeklies, which charge the same prio.
. Send for& sample copy. Address.a .
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,ugar. b Ten, '1
Gramiulited .... f l~e No .... 551
LUuhi'Le,A 5~.!j Gunpowder. 40
Li 5 Un .....S Lieol'd Jap.-IJO. 61)
tr~eCindI n ilk. V call
Avi~ucLklt.'tt 12-15 Sweetened ..... 8
4 i~ge r sna ps 3i 16 25 Ba~kizig poitder
,r-itIkeis., I;uda 10 IRuk).1LI ...... ...5 0
L 111l:acco, plug '20a~fl Cniuphel. 10.ii

Lon imd Ia syer 8- 1
-V nltnicia .,.

Fcaelie.q. .. lOau2(J
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tice ....... 61 Appiles........ III
,4iples P1eoars ......... 1.
1E. al,,pralcd... I., Plumn ......... I10
hii iedl Peaches 8 AtI iciol ...... 11'-20
3oai Oil prg.I .. 15 Straatlerries.. 21
i;asoline .... 20 Pineapple ...ll1. -21
Florida iivnp... U4 Cniiedi Meants
*'-r,,invy. y - ,--L_..
liihnegnr..... 30 Coirniied eef... 15
;'ilse pr Ib ... 15 Chipped Beefl0-."5
ittiter.... .. 25.-30 3 .uoh l-ter....... .JI2
Lard .... .... H'10 SalImon ........ 1
1teans........... 4 (C nined 'egeta. le.s
,ocuaniul pkg.... 10 B.aked Beans... I
Fiit.Pinddine, 10 Con t ....... 10@I1
Jelly, glass. I .i -2t Peas. ........... 10
Liinie Jui-e. . 4., I' uiiiT n i ......
Eggs ltcr doz. . 15
,tp,,"O V ISION S.
Finour Pnrk
AmnSwan a e..2..5 D. 4. pr 1.......71
Majeostie .... 2.75 Bacon Sides-.. .. .8
horn 1Meal prliGU-fl-o Fresh ....... S,10
Pat Meal pr th... 5 Br'kf'st Bacon. I I
orn per Inu ...55-60 Hani canvarassed12
?ilaol sOS Shonldeirs..... 10
Irish. ....... I 2 neet'
e:mrlv it'seneed 1.21 0 Corned......... 8
Sweet ..... 60(ii75 Fresh ...... .?8,l0
sit1t, pr s ck. . 85 l)ried... ..... !5
1able ........ 5 M ilk pr iil ...... 10
Nailk. per Tt.3'y31.a Axnill handle.. 75
(;ailv wir' du.6.lt li).es, enchl .. 35a050
Manuilla r'.ipe. .U-i '.upper paiint, can 45
4A ,,l e., ,'o I'ile, per joint 1I
I-RY ;ioons,
I'rvils, lper 3d 5,i4t Cln l ....... 5a51%
,iheeliigsr ... ;!9 Fh incl ....... 15a40
Inulin ....... 9l l Thread per spool. 5
lea.'miS........ I 4.55 Shiues, ladies .'$1a2 75
Eali'r pants pat i"-5a 4in's... $!,40a300j
il-;y pri cat..75'tl.,.''5;C.it pr ji .. .. 55
!r.n .. .. 1.2:.1 .iL t pi M... ..13.00
.'iope Sisal .. ( 9 L.i pr ll...... 75
.. FURUIl a.11d NUT'i'.
in'es pr i,, P r ac ituis prr 11...,. 15
l I .- . .. l' W .lili. : 20
I. nionlii. ....... ;;jI .Ahlri n-i .i, . .. 15
in shi ll pri.l) t I ..5i0 Opi-l l m ii qt .. 15C
H.lse. . ( ls Hiiill Co.i .. .. $1i5 .i9$ .
Wir fh ,. :si.w ,-:! H> s....... 43 $1
ilx nit pi v')k, $ 11, lit e .. ...... .
te;''l n,.- >'i li 1i5al''? tc-csa, !l'cll. .a i. (I
l.lit, L . i 1,:il011 i Plltik- .... Il.iu'-l
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"~ru p -iliig ,' n t hl.' ii].>l ,
t .i'rl I;'ce 'yin 1 ,110 '- Sxli iil. in .*l'.11 '
ii 1' 0l.U0) Fiinilihig, lhim.-
iit h' IlI t e:r ,t i'd e ul'r. .l :. .I :.I:.P.1 i
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dres-ed... ..*20
r.\TK OF F'Uni', ',lrv OF i'llLLtO I
Luca.s COUNTY.
Frank J. C.eiien'y ,inakes oathi lat lie
i. tL seniii.ir |iartnleor ole thc firm il' J.
Cheney i& C.. d.i!ig Iuhiiness -in lihe Cail
of 'I'ol'elo, eQonutv ianJ. slnte aril'.i r' ii. illi.l
thi:t siid. firm will nty v lie sinum of 0\ E
ii UN D ED DOLL.A RP for eacni, .nid every
calse of C.itarrh lh:itl ilnnot lie cuetl d l
l.c .-e of HIll's C.it.trrih Cuire.
Sworn to before in ainid suliberibed in
my tesence, this 6th day of December,
A' D., 1866. A. W. GLEiS ON,
[SEAL.] Notary Pualic.
Hall's Ctalarrh Cure is lake internally,
and na..-ts directly on thu blood an d mit
cotas surfiees of liLe vrsterni. Sen4 for
estinionials. free.
F. J. CHENE.Y & CO., Tuledo, 0
Sild bly Drug'itris. 7:)c.
H.ill'A F.unilv Pills are th heastl.

Fonme Fifreensa.
In The Courant of March 16, 1784.
we printed the following queer' story,
which our readers will pardon us for re-
peating. Some of them may have for-
gotten it:
HEBRON, Feb. 15, 1794,-ThIq day departed
this life Mrs. Lydia Peters, the wife of Colonel
John Peters and se,-ond canaghter of Joseph
Phelpsi, 1. gfd lived wth her consort thiee times 15 years
and had 15 living children, 13 now alive and
the youngest 15years old. She hath had three
times 15 grandchildren. She was sick 15 months
and died on the 15th day of the month, aged
funr times 15 years.
-Hartford Coturant.

Spring liredn ess is diiRv-rnitl f:om the
weariness caiii.ed liy ,laiour. The lust ir.
cuied bi rest, lthe first requires ia fI' hul-
iles of Hood's Sarsa.iprilla to cure it.
That distress after eating is cnred 1l
Hoof's Pills. They do not grine. 25 ci .

For circular of bhie amos and eaponatlbm
Awn4 .KIs War's* U!'ap-t-.um-
ROAD to, alof uatm W In _Ipoltloa.

Soriad,Type-Writig,and Tolegraph7, es
4'TlKientuek7 yUnlverlty Dlploma, under ea
m*& da tLtaiLtwLeary (Coure ree. if dered.
a nEnter now. Graduatesagucca fuL
Order to have ofer Ictlers reach fa. addras aos

Black Fooled Tbheme Discovered by a Woman.
SirWemyss Reiid. in a personal sketch Another great discovery has been
of his friend the lutae MJr. Black in inmw e, and that iOu by a lady in this
The Speaker. tell how the novelist ont- country, "Disea:.,e fa-tenod its clutch-
witted The Saturd.iy P..-viw. When es upon her al.d for skveri )ears she
"A Daughter c-f t:A .' a-rwared, it withstood it.- severest. t.-'s-. hot he -
i"A Daughiter .f c. a T"ared i, it vi al org .n. .%'.. u. m nder iuincd inLd
took the town by storm, and as it ap- death se,.,nned imminent For three
peared anonymou_.ly Sir Wemyss heard months she coughed ineessarnLlv arnd
for the first time from an acquaintance could not sleep. She finally discovered
who the author was: a way to recovery by purchasing of us
It was with a certain sense of injury a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery
that he asked, "Why, if Black wrote the for Consumption, and was so much re-
book, did he not put his name to it?" lived on taking the first dose, that she
"Oh, don't you know?" was the in- slept all night, and with two bottles has
-stnt response. "That is the best part been absolutely cured. Her name is,
thanre+ P jone. "The atrih es eie b Mrs. Luther Lutz." Thus writes W.
of the joke. The Saturday Review has C. Hammick & Co,, of Shelby, N. C.
been 'down' upon everything he has Trial bottles free at any drug store,
written, so he purposely published this Regular size 50c and $1 Ever-y bottle
book anonymously in order to take in guaranteed.
The Saturday Reviewers, and they were

the frst people to sound the praises of
*A Daughter of Heth.' If his name had
'been on the title page, they would
harve dmnc it"
Unlike triay hits of gossip about
successful authors. thi.s-as Sir Wem-.os
learned later from th'. r. Buiac' own lips
-was strict.Ly true.

D:.;een V.'vs "Loud."
In the memoir of the lata J H. Fris-
weir thore isa glit mse of Dickens
which will pre:n f'"-ili:.-r to those
Americans who ret.r-i'hr-ir the some-
what. boyant drt of the novelist

of the "Gentle Life," "we were walk-
ing down Wellingtin street and just
passing the ocfie of household Words
when a hlans.,im cab istuoppud and out
stepped a gayly drerced gent!mouan. His
bright green waistcoat and vivid scarlet
tie any one would have noticed, but the
size of the nosegay in his buttonhole
riveted my attention. My father intro-
duced me, and I, who had only seen
engravings of the Maclise portrait and
photographs, was astonished to find
myself face to face with Charles Dick-
ens. "

Divorce Notice.
First Judicial circuit of Florida--Circuit
Court of Washinglon County.
Joseph S.,AAu-tin co.'nplainant, vr. Parry
Lee Anutin defend-ant-Bill for divorce.
It is ordered that the defendant, Parry
Lee Austin, appear. plead, answer or de-
inur to the bili liled in this case orithe
28t1) day of*April, A. D., 1-99.
This or er to lie piililshed for a period
of four weeks in the St. Andrews Buoy.
Don;,iand ordered this the 2d day of
March, A. D. 1899, in the town of Ver-
non, Wasilngtoln Co., Fl:.
Clerk o Bln.te &TFr.ovP Washintgton Co., Fla.
Complainant's Solicitoi-.

1iviorce Notice, -
First Judicial Circuit of Florida--Cimrcuit
Court of Waishillgton Counly.
Len Williais, ComplainaL.t. vs. Alice
Williirms, Defendant. Bill for Divorce.
It is ordered that the defendant, Alice
WilliUMs, appear, plead, answer, or de-
mnir o (the Iill filed in this case on the
1. .I;.' of M .y. .. IS')!).
1,l1 i' ri. r '. I'e ibhli--ht.d for the peri-
*,,I '-t f'inr i.-eks il the -t. Andrews
l ..;,>- in, oi oi, 'r,' l I0.; 94rh d'-ty of
S n ". . -:
1;Pilli 1 ). I' i.o f>.

In buying ar d
,evon I ext.ira..r.
0gaUCty5 pc'eIDaeiv the uost
of culLivati n wanted on Inferior
r epnds always largely excepedi, the
rir;natl ctt of tIhi best seeds to
1 had. Theb-est Isa alaw, the
hapesat. ray a tr.flo mnrb for

and al, as get yonr money's
.. wortni. ve cents per paper
N: 'L bet-. >'.iedAnnual ire.
:'i' A' Et,, ie."
Dktrot, such.

Reliable man for Manager of Branch
Office I wish to open in this viciniiy. If
your record is o. K. here is a good open-
ing.. Kindly mention this paper when
A. T. Morris, Cincinnati, Ohio,
Illuit rated Ca alogue 4 cts postage.

is prepared to cut
and deliver them at reasonable rates.
If you:aeedlabor with team, callupon



SA srict high-grade Family Sewing
I acne possetng all modern

u010goolee EquoI 10 10e Best.

For Sale Cheleal!
Grazing Timbered Land.. including Rips-
rian Rights; in al 1,3aso acres; dilthnie
St. Andrews BHy, Fl ., for anLo a.d oan. -
l__'ltf~'r ._ .t- Vf. l" -v t l 1

hrd to Get Up.
Some years ago Dr. Oscar Blumen-
thal, the director of the Lessing theater
in Berlin, had an unplearisant experience
of-the vigilance with which the author-
ities carry out their duties.
In bis comedy, the "Orient Reise,"
one.cf the characters was afflicted w'th
a mother-in-law of the most objection-
able kind. This lady died and, accord-
ing to the belief of her relatives, went
to heaven. The prospect of a fresh ac-
quaintance with his dreaded mother-in-
law so terrified her son-in-law that he
announced that, if this should be his
%*&, 49favtTL-w_ % nwXw.Lsnn qo J
shan't get up."
This was sufficient for the authori-
ties. Twenty-fcur hours after the pro-
duction of the piece an ominous blue
envelope arrived at the Leasing theater
containing a peremptory order from the
president of police that the lines in
question should be immediately sup-
pressed, '"an being calculated to wound
the religions feelings of the lieges."-
Paris Herald.

What Shall We Do?
A serious and dangerous disease pre-
vails in this country, dangerous because
so deceptive. It comes on so slowly yet
surely that it is eften firmly sealed bv-
fore we are aware of it.
The name of this disease which may
be divided into three distinct sta yes is,
First, Kidney trouble, indicated by pain
in the back, rheumatism, lumbago, fre-
quent desire to urinate, often with a
burning sensation, the flow of urine be-
ing copious or scan, with strong odor.
If allowed to advance, this reaches
the second siage, or bladder trouble,
with heavy pain in tue abdomen low
down between the navel and the water
passage, increasing desire to urinate,
with scalding sensation in passing,smiall
quantities being passed with diflcul y,
sometimes necessary to draw it wilh in-
struments. If uric acid or gravel has
formed, it will prove dangerous if neg-
The Third stage is Bright's disease.
Therec is comfort, in knowing that Dr
Kilmer, the great kidev and bladder
spcciAlist, has diseover-d &, re:ed-l
famous for its marvelous cures of the
niost distlrreaing tuses and know as Dr.
Ki ri L0r'SwamIIIp- toot..
It z, ..... b.y .l' I h u..Li e .
:% t,-rff tl;.. .-:d, r? .1 C'rTne- r%'
ilis !'r 'at. d8-ico 'vry, v.'.rn.p-- ,'w.
?ampl" hot r e qnrl hoiTk of ';al'i vbh~i in-
formIaLin0 \,ill I.R-seintitbs'lutel. frey b\
mail on a ,>i,:. .. toDr. i ii..aer.L c'....
Bin:'.an.:.I',n, N. Y. W'le.. t .
kindly mention that you read thki lib-
iral ohter i t-aue i,6. Audi'ews l.iJuv.


Grolat 13ar-ca

SHer is some of the most liesr,al,,l>
pr ei cit in St Audirexs, offered fr 9:i,l
fornalmost nothing, if ht-ken in i lump.
The coinitodious liuse .md b',iiluII-m
j;rounds facing on l;enat istat -iv i.i..
Commerce and Cihestnut street : C at *-e
and tour lots on Wilmot si:reet,s &)-ilnis u
Li.rnitne avenue; two lots no-rt, .: -a': I .1i
;of T. C. Danford'& -4tore, on Ci'iciilnaiti
Btreer, and block 18 (dvt 'crel lt tilhe
s ofsec. 31, tuo 3s, range i,. l"

hlow Thil True C Id of the Desert
CGoes TIlro L'h Life.
How drenmily t -t B,'-Onin life,
vrith it' r.L.vcnt.i, iess and its fatal-
ism. fitted the ti. and the place
Here was a poor rab who did not
know how old he as, but he could
look farther into h ven than I could.
His mother had be ne him while the
caravan was on its ay to Mecca. He
had worked as a I orer on the Suez
canal. and he had en a dog knacker
in Constantinople before that. He had
gone hungry in the ladies of Idumaa,
and had runs s a celeer barefoot in
the burning r ands ot Arabia Petrwa.
He had vegetated in~ manhood on the
lower stratum of ili #straLge oriental
edi:ter-ce, co-tent tq believe thli.t life
was an unaTvoidable drse, with a ilrow-
sy intimation of etnity il it. always
associtite.d :th the tinkling of b-ill.
the rattle tof cu-l acts and the sweetC
anrll of Deirut to ceo.
But he could st some things that
wero beyond my v'rion, and I wondered
if this true cjil I itho desert, horn nn-
der indhio skies. o Va race that bad been
guided since tho'days of Moses and
Ienephtzih by t^ ,iVars of fire by
night. had not petcer d some powers
of visio-n that Jcre omnion to the
primeval man. r loit the true


Does V, \

In constant pain when on=
your feet ?
Is that dragging, pulling
sensation with you from morn
till night ?
Why not put the medicine
exactly on the disease ? Why
not apply the cr.ro right to
the spot it.,lf? ,
You can do it with C

-I _

tempernnoous diarice, and he mae
an engineer feel his work, seen in
the light of the uniturbed stars, was,
after all. anu mp- 'ucnce to a true
pariah.--" Ghst. I t-irusalem, by A.
C Wheeler. in Har ps Magazine.

Fooled by a t. pilnachIne.
A Brooklyn womirn. ,ose g,:s bills
were almost beyorfl ccPputsation and
certainly beyond her pirse, had ona of
the quarter in the .'t lirchinos put in
her flat and antici ited groat pleasure
in keeping tab on er kas expenditure
These machines, tile way. are fed a
quarter, and whe th, quan ter's worth
ot gns is burned tlty shut off automat-
Toward evenin of the day in which
tho macLine was ua.t..dled she wended
her way to the sl and deposited her
money, but whenan altempt was made
to light the ga.d Lib nu.achine would not
register. and the Veniig light was shed
out of lamps anw caildles. A wrathy
note brought the company inspector to
the scene the uxt morning, and he
thoroughly vindicated the reputation of
the contrivance -hen he unlocked it
and drew from,~he imide three nickels
and a dime.- ew York Mail and E-
A C ile's Evnasion.
It is r-Iky t give one's honest opin-
ion about a ti 's hcrse or dog, a house
designed by bihstif or a pictnro which
he valu:s hi 'ly. EC who gives the
opini,'u :tnnd, in a slippery place, and
sho ud the .in j ment be unfavorable he
will siid-e ft.r on the man's esteem.
Funeli, the eccentric artist and pro-
fe*s-or of the -yil academy, was invit-
ed by a nob] an to see a painting of
which Le v'a.. be proad owner. Fuseli
weit. tiring.: pull with him. The
painting wa'.Ihown by the nobleman
him.elf. 'The Irtist examuiued it and ox-
'l 'inui-dl..l, -
man., .-re. .T ,s- t the ei.ecnlation,
land'dl 1l!, piricre to the skie.i, pointed
out it.i l.anat.e4and biuseii cried: "Lx-
tr1-i i -... : -. ez. r ,,
On 1th..-r wa,-hli'-;re t.h,, ppil enid-
"Mr. Funeli. I .don't .think much of
that picture. hat did you Liean by

"ECtraorr.innqilv bad," was the re-
ply of the artist who had not enred to
offend a lord, \ l4i mlnnt becoLme a pa-
tron. -Youth's qompauion.

Tli sm l.-t In.-, niav o t. the
gr-..t st in ue:.c., L.- W ia L.tt,. Ear\y
Ri ,r are une Ln:,l'l f. r i i ', .,.i, *. i
coni-t pation and liver Iriiihll.-. ." r- all
,i ., est pill, safe [,ill, 1 I .il ,. 'A. F.
B ckin & Son's.

Iold in a lup within tho n ,xt sixty dit L. A Sp!etlixtat i Dre...
$600 will bivy the whole lis. or U i'l On Pe l~.iut venue, ot f
sold in scparute p.ne.-l- at a eight ad- fro, Pe .,, is a gvene, not farg
vance from the price named. Tille to all tro tl-S is a di'n an'.&a pi
this property perfect. For full parti.'u t.ho ownr s i '-iIAdvis,-r on ,e :!n'. Ap-
larq adldurs The luoyv, St Andrew, Fli parel." He is not a tailor, .thnn -h hie
- will cum ent to make clothes ior a con-
2: Ok, Ji 'rl iT sid'iat'ju. 1a is, .s indic:t..c:. a p.ar-
STHE SANITARIUM .it old cvrir in expert kowledgeof m. e',line
Piv Town is offered for rent al r--..-- hahilitoents. He claims a ecientie
: .onable price. The rent for a ti;,,. k"uawil~ai of a certain departule-nt of
-may go towards repairing the hou.4' itnl the Iprei.ricties. Ho gives ir vice for a
fixing up the feiues. fee, as .se l a lawyer, and und.ertalesto
- Also, two cottages on Lorhnite sv.-nni, eteer his clients in safety among the so-
east of Drakestreet. cial rocks and shoals of bad form and
For further particulars, apply at th bad ta-te.
Buoy o ti P. He will tell congressmen who do not
.,..... p PD..*j rf .,9 SP! I know at what hour they should put on-
'& ;,'1L. Ml Lr t'n A-'1ii I a dr'esssLuit whther-it is proper to woar
Slt il li shirt to an afternoon tea and
Show lcmg a congressman must have
Ondhuindred and Ixty ace's of choir f been one before he can wear a ruffled
F irl.r, L nd ind tui-isoulh hltaf ei .,Ciil, ahirt. i. will a;vLise fat men not to
7, Irnr-hlip 4s. o rane' l, n*-. ',.i wear chrteks and will show lean men
oulhi, House.Fine lF,u;t Or.ie W.ll, icei.rt how to look robust n,], in short. under-.
,Peucbhe. Plums. etc., an;ld ,nir- i takekg to make a Brnmmel out of a
:Grape Vines, all in Ire-iring. If taken jay" on two days' notice. It is said
suil will I., suld 'ur he does a gcod business.-Washiugtou
f1 O9 O1, Letter. c. ..L.,g' -
And thl i o'pro'i-'nil 'n* a'ili' r -t "-i'no.I Hardly.
dlea i more moi,ev. Wi,,ul d p,.'t,r ciqli In theservants' halliof aStafforrIshire
dow0i, l.hutigh gve time oi o :-; baronet's house, a oom, who appar-
purchase moeey. For f.ull particeii.rs :d- a dn ons a toewh e
dress the Buoy, St. Andrews Bay, Fla ently had not notion 0 that he was the
only one who ate w! his knife, one
day, while at dinner chanced to cut
0. n the corner of his m th. He first felt
Ships mouth, then loo at the nife, felt
his mouth again, th in an aggrieved
lju l mU S tone ejaculated:
T "Why, the back of this knife is as
"' sharp as the front. vondnr if they'd
MANUFACTURERS eat with knives like' 9 is in the dining
room. "-London Chrh;ielr-.

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OUO^. .Jtj .) B liO 1 ^ j |

Building: IMaterial.
Window and- Fancy lass ;t

Dys epsia Cure.

Digests what you eat.
It artificially digestbhe food and aids
Nature in strengthening and recon-
structing the exhausted digestive or-
gans. It Is the latest discovered digest-
ant and tonic. No oter preparation
can approach It in eficiency. It in-
sbantly relieves and pqmanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn
Flatulence, Sour Stoinach, Nausea.
Siwu Headache, Gastrali a, Cramps, and
I allot.h1 l r rouniltas of imra forfne~,antircitn

Immediately after the
Plster is ap-plied, ycu feelI
lits warming, sool.iang in-C-
fluence. Its healing rreedie..i
quickly penetrate dov;wn deep 16
1f into tho inflamed tissues.
W Pain is quieted, soroenss is re-
lieved an ..strengIti in:.parted.
S No plaster was ever made likeit.
No pisester ever :'cics..'c'!,y
ana tlmro'gl:ly. No ever
'ad ucs coomp6'te cn.. tWEr al I
i kinds of pain.-
J Placed over tho clest it'is
a powerful aid to Ayer's
i6 Cherry Pectoral ; relieving
S congestion and drawing out
all inflammation.
J. C ATER CO., .Lowcli, Ma.s

I year ago you tul ru e. dear,
,TThat on a day our d.r',i,-t wo-uld fa. '
To these balt htart'-tld fa,,t-t'dre",
I should have grieved a:ld fdct d tamayed
,Bnt yet so E'oflly ha-' i -, rain
O f dead .". t L!.i. c ,, '
Each tlowvlg pnssRion tbhatithe :n-. '.1n
Was esl.bytedrzt ail ltigl u. gevnp,
'Ah, be It h't ,'.-ii lh; over's der '-i -
To r.ravd time's deStived .li rq'.fi.i a.
LCL us ti.: I n.,%% i >re iijigl b.,d y.
h,Lnd.-..', ViL-, ii L;-t'.knnnl

r:ie Stoatt At rle: c:- '.s.sltr iet .i'A fitt.
eil ,'ti A.rtcioua StXight.-t
It has oitc'n beeui ria.;.:'Cc. that civil
i._ J i p!e 'r-ml to btcor-o sbu't rigLJ
T;,:a iL bcau oue in tow ..:.. :i :.'.' t' "ii
'uL.' io .,..,;. cot.fIled to lw.It s
tic.:.-.j. m.vge aces, on the '.-I'
inr.a. ure ,.:l ".- il' 't "- with remiark
bily L'u :a i.. -;. and f,'.7 tidbes are
U;.uiL u :ewortbvy iu thi.; ri.;irct tbati
S.. JL.'..J.:caL L, ...u .',, ". :.,cx, L'yes arc
."i-ital-.le teLjc..p. .. 'hi., p 7-. I i3
duiLt a wise l' .u of L..jtarc. f
toe Ln, uha,. .are-a ,i-ai i r.,C,:'. a ,_ il
they v'cu not able to ,e c (i.,;.r a I n.
Vi a;. of Lh,.u would s'umn bt' Lu.,rLL3aina t i
by ithii va;iousitnei;'., vheter dv'
agc; f 1 ioler n-ibt,'s or wil lde its.
S A trav-L'er in Sot, thl Afric4 relate-,
- thlit while vwtlkinA oil;c iy in compdlnny
with a friendly bnt;iu the' "sc.y '
suddenly stopped., znd g,-.n.;g acraoes th
plain clited out that "there was a lior
ahead. The_ traveler gazed i. ng anm
earnestly in thlo iic.Li;: indicated b)
the bne.:unau, but could. see nothing
"Nrmnenieme he said. there's,s nothing.
there.' And he went- forward again
with tln' b:hiii, i,.u fdilowing at bis
heels. Trembling n d unwilling and still
asserting that lie oiildsoep a lion
Pres-ntly the Uatiie ncame to a dead
stop and refused to indge auotferinch,
for this tii,'e. he dc!iared, he could see
a lioness with a numnhir of cubs. a fact
which made the itniniil Tnmre danger-"
ons than ever. But tiie European, who
could see no lioness. iinch'l ies its cubs.
pushed ahead, declariug the ,bushlfnan
was drc ning After walking quarter
of a tnilne however. ho could dimly
make ot an ol iect un'vinig across the
horizon. still doulbting that it could be
the ohb t which the bushman said he
had seen. he continued to advance, and
at last was able to d.stiunM.isl a lioness.
with her cubs around. her. walking
leisurely toward th wcod.s.-Chams.
In the stands of nn Enemny.
"iSaw a strange thing in-ToI-o0 the
other day," said a citi:-.-n wh., vr-is be-
ing shaved in a Orisv.-oll -tr-- .t Lb -r.er
shop. "I was w:ltiP.:- from the hotel to
the ciffice of a lu/'ob2r fui-n and met a
man one side of whose face wias black
as ycur hat." '
Every razor along the line was sua-
pended in the air and the white of
every eye became more prominent .
"Wouldn't dat kill yoyt" gasped the
artist in charge of the narrator. "Dat
takes de rag as'. An de oddar sido wa'
"No: that was black too."
There was no work done for some
time, as all but the man who had done
the questioning were shouting their
hilarity. He looked so fierce a~id made
such unprofessional slashes with his ra-
zor that the citizen decided to let his
mustache grow, didn't want his hair
combed and left a half a dollar without
mentioning change. -- Detroit Free
A Poser.
Mrs. Jibbins (after gazing on a globe
in a shop window)-'Well, nothing
won't persuade me but what the
world's flat.
Mrs. Trimmin--Well, Mariar, if the
world's flat. 'ow can yer account for
'Averstock hill ?-London Punch.
Was Gathered In.
Watkyne-What did you say to your
wife. anyhow, when -on nronosed?



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She recalled an instance.
"Mrs. Peddicord," said that lady's
husband, "did you ever say anything
wha 'rn af jrard.xa rertntedo aminsTny" I

.&NOW Cftwodiotyr, .-q
"John has A orange, .Tameogavte~slm-
11, and he gives :etes 7; howmauy bas
he left?"
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154 to 164 N. Commerce St.



zig, more respeetai te an many in
-I. : China Town, but patronized by rats if
BAY 11HEAD 4IIA not by opium fiends. Ah Lon and her
MK afLAMU, r l. mother, a withered old woman with a
determined temper, lived on the third
floor, and sewed week in and week out
SmnTlrlTT'TTn t for the Chinese women who spent the
dollars of the rich merchants.
TOMPS. ,Ul kl ll Until Ah Lon passed her fifteenth
birthday she was happy enough. From
ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH her window she could look into the
grand restaurant opposite, whose walls
Rough and Dressed Lumber of All Grades were of carved wood gilded, and whose
r ..... .... -- U n l U. balconies were crowded with palmstin
___ .beautiful vases and hung with Chinese
-___ lanterns. .bm was a banquet almost
THE PATRONACE OF THE PUBLIC SLICITED every night sd the wealthy merchants
in their satin and crepe garments sat
1 W Terms cash or endorsed notes. about the little tables and dined off tiny
plates of tinier portions, while women
sat close by and sang in monotonous,
T W H E P 1 ; trdf^ "II' 7 discordant voices. The opium smokers
TI HEvPEOPL E' S TO RE cesses of
.* -" ^ U j 1 ( J V UI lay on marble couches in the recesses of
S+* the rooms and looked with filmy scorn
S T T upon the beasts who cared for food.
PI TT SB URG, OIN E A T A Y Once a week Ah Lon went with her
.__ -.. .. 1* mother to the josshouse and worshiped
Sthe magnificent idols of ivory and gold,
1 *. I W r .O k .. |-JL--JL- J and once she went to the theater and
listened for three hours to a play she
St'll' hold s theA o t_ at th could not understand. But, although
Still holds tnhe Fort at the recogm there was no scenery, she admired the
'7r-f1 .. ..r. "---- 1 gorgeous gold embroidered robes -of the
nized empOrium for Good Goods actors so much that she forgot to be
~ 1 ""bored, and finally went to sleep on her
Sand LOW Pr s mother's shoulder.
n dwice Beyond these brief experiences, and
Whiee he invites all old friends andthe pur. knewnothinof the world .ermother
_ had told her once that outside of China
cnasinfg DUDblic 't oIcall town-a swarming precinct not a half
chasing public to o l aid mile square-was a great dust colored
Exanuie his stock and GET PmR"ES city called san Francisco, wherein only
------ - -O Ji.an occasional washhouse bore the faint.
.... __._ _...-- .. --" ... eat resemblance to any of her native
Fy m igest mrnce for Green Salted ALIGATOR HIDES place But Ah Lon had never teen it,
although strange foreign looking people
came sometimes with a policeman to
poke their noses about China Town, to
~ -~ B bl, the phlegmatic contempt of the race
THE ST ANDRES that bled and despised them.
+ 1 :.. .++.-"Mother," said Ah Lon one day,
i ."some girls have fathers. Have I not
1f"Perhaps," said the mother, whose

Rtc t a i I pt "Where, then, is her'
"Under the pavement in a bunk
+P bIsmoking opium night and day-unless
Omp a .moni- ori'***** ** -"he in dead."
Ah Lon stared at her mother with
expanded eyes. She know that life was
INOORPORATED OCT 18 1 not particularly interesting for uttle
S;* L 4 girls whose mothers were poor, but it
Swas her first intimation that it might
Te purpose of this" is toI ete be ugly. Usually, when her mother
Spurpos o t panyis to Iprove the o try adjacentoSt. spoke at all, it wasto give her daugh-
S. Andrews Bay and to ter brief orders. Upon rate occasions
Develop its Resources as a Fruit-Growing Country u Wo Ling talked of the Flowery Kingdom
To a .onipnlish t""his .the ... - JuA. of her youth,' rocking he-self back and
on,--a a nd c F ictS, te opaayroposes to Sell Lands in tractsof Two- forth and crooning the while..
ana-a-alf and 1 Erection of Hou-es. Forces and such Permanent Improvements as will enhance the "Ask no more," interrupted ber
Valttofeuach tract so disposed of, and particuarly.to mother fiercely. "I have told you this
Plant them out in Trees, Plants and Vines that you may know what will befall
you if you marry. He beat me and he
To the end that in the shortest practicable time every as l tract shall be a beat you, but you were too young when
"u o re t he deserted us to remember. We were
oureeof Revene to its O not so poor then, and bad saved money.
SHe took it all to buy him opium in a
A TO RELIABILITY OF TH CO PAhole underground, and left us to work
A O RELT O E C PA ow fingers to the bone. Never uall you
Thi first question which will naturally be asked will be: "Is this Coin- marry so long as I have strength in my
pany reliable"? And the answer to it is: Any person employing the Oompany right arm to beat you."
to make improvements may deposit an approximate payment of the estimated cost of "But are all men aUlke?" ked Ah
the same with any responsible business man or firm doing business on the Bay or in Lon naively. She had seen slim and
Bank at their own home to be paid over only when the Company shall salisfacto- prosperous looking young men sit down
rily show that the improvements have been made accordIng to agreement, to dinner opposite.
The Company will not only improve and plant, but watch and care for "All that you will ever meet. Talk
all property entrusted to its keepinggufrding against forest fires, dishonest pilferers no more."
for damages from any cause possiblelc to be prevented. But a week later Ah Lon came home
From a careful estimate of the probably, expense and income of a fruit one day after delivering a dozen little
plantation in th St. Andrews Bay country a few-gures atre given jackets for a merchant's child and
a Priceolf;-anc Pe acr ',say$25to $10; cost dfvdearihg, say *0; 'ost ofplainting 1st found Wo Ling youndin her knees
year, say $30; cost of Cultivation each year thars.ifter,$.*o, with her clinched hand& The wuman's
It is not extravagant tu estimate that a '.acre vineyard will on the third with enr clinched hands. tortedhe wonyes
year, if properly cultivated, yield $200 worth of fruit and of peaches nearly or quite glittered wit the sunen fires of her
the same, while figs should do even better than that. Then, though perhaps a little nture. It was the fist ie that A
longer, some of them, in coming into profitable bearing may Ie named -pears, apricots, Lea had seen her mother excited, and
nectarines, ,lums, prunes, mulberries, olives, Japan persimmons almonds English he itb ier ^
walnuts, Japah chestnuts, pecana, and .hany other varieties of fruits and nuts, which she dropped the little bag of silver to
are almost certain to flourish here; while oranges and citrus fruits, though not con- the floor and stood wringing her hands.
lidered-oertain yieldlarge returns oftener than they miss "What is it?" she asked. "What is
The, Secretary of the Company will give particular attention to an- it?"
wring letters of inquiry, and the Buor will in its answers to correspondents an- Wo Ling clasped her hands hard to-
siwer all qudatlons asked it. gether and set her face.
R E M E M B E R the Company Lands will be sold on Easy "Your father," she said. And it was
Terms of.Payment; but improvements must be paid for as satisfactory proof ia given some moments before she could speak
that the *brk has h.en performed CORRES]PONDENCE SO;LICITS.D. again.
Address R. E. HOWARD, Sec. W. A. EMMONS, President. "He is dead?" asked Ah Lon la a
St. Andrev a Bay, Fla. whisper.
Wo Ling shook her head. Finally she
1 *+ -spoke. "He has been doing work for
F UN TE 1 one of the rival secret societies-those
S1who rule us here in China Town and
-,: -. +I our own souls, who murder and are
Sof an y kin cl on never caught by the big white police-
If you need FURNITURE of any kind, call oH men with the clubs; he has done mur-
ler and all kinds of terrible work for
Bne of these societies-I do not know
AI which-and the other knows of it at
last and is bunting him d6wn. He
1 Bs ends me word that he will come here
*~~~~~ ~~ i ht d th t I.^ M *** ^,.. _j hid;^ hi- "

---o- a -av = M soU1gnx anu sni must me aim.
In spite of her horror Ah Lon thrilled
4 ,42, & 44 S. Palafox st., Pensacola, Fla. with the st excitemenwhich had
me into her. life.

Paul Perry of Columbns, Ga., suffered
LARGE ST ST O Gj agony for thirty years, and then cured his

W PIR*i I II Salve. It heals injuries and skin diseases
piles using De Witte.W-1ch-Ha41

d her, and prep~L e evening meal
of rice and sausa ?oon after, Ah Lon
went into the sd room adjoining
and crept into be-unk, knowing that
she should not as that night.
Twice she p"Vd ti*rough a crack in
the door and'saw her mother sitting
there, her hands pressed hard against
her knees, herhead strained forward,
her eyes wild. t town clock was boom-
ing 2 when WfLin without moving
her head, calledin *a load whisper:
"Ah Lon."
Her daughterran o her.
"He s coming" id Wo Ling. "Go
down stairs and ,rin him safely here."
Ah Loa married at what she could
not understand In h r mother's voice,
and forgot her Bar oIrata. She slipped
hastily down tliougl, the black well of
the stair, stoppi g ev-val times to listen
intently. At lapt sh heard some one
panting as if ir- terrr, and a moment
later stumbled other an il smelling heap.
"Ling Tangt'' she asked rapidly. !'I
am Ah Lon, yoer daughter. Wo Ling
waits you, and ill gfe you food. We
have sausages rice'
She turned antc ran p stairs. The
heap gathered itlf tether and fol-
lowed slowly.
"He comes," sle said her mother.
And she waited, trembl with curiosi-
ty. Wo Ling raised h ef to her full
height, which was abovythat of most
Chinese women.
The man entered. H d nothing in
common with his moonaced compa-
triots of the streets, w looked com-
paratively clean and w fed, and Ah
Lou could not know th underground
there were many like h He was in
rags, and what they ered might
have rattled, he was soeshless. Hia
face was wrinkled hide bony struc-
ture, pnd sparee gray halell about it
and from his cheeks and in. He look-
ed 100, and he may have en 8.5. Ah
ILon gave a .y room,
slamming the door beh her. But Wo
Ling took the wreck 3 her arms--
Gertrude Atherton in Lidy's Realm.
Horrible agony is used ly piles,
burns and skin disease( Tihese are nm-
mediatelv rcliev.-d aindjuicklvycured by
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Vve. Beware of
worthless imitations. Gl sale at R. F.
Brackii, & Son's


Some or Those Who ave Deelined to
Wear a Monarah'ns Oown-The Golden
Wreath That Was ''red to and Be.
ftsed by Beaconaflel.
It is no mean dtsttction to have re-
fused a crown. Tbe4S is probably not
one man in a mlllibnsyho would decline
a kingdom if it we, offered him, in
spite of the restless rights and fearful
days that are oommaoly supposed to be
the lot of a king. ven Oromwell is
said to have refused je crown of Eng-
land morefrom fear others than from
any other motive. j
But there have bq& many men since
Cromwell who have refused to wear a
monarch's crown. Thirty-five years
ago, when the thro of Greece was va-
cant, more than e great English
statesman might I-ve ruled over the
destinies of that oluio country, but the
difficulties in the w1y were formidable.
Mr. Gladstone's nine was freely men-
tioned in conneotil with the crown ol
f4eao. thouabh. ismMr. Gladstone waw
a member of the government at the
time, the proposal never took definite
The late Lord Dabby, however, whc
had sthFun w s .h44VPe, wa
offered the crown dbrefusMd it, throw
ing away 60,00&a year and a king
dom. It was not he first time a ma:
had declined to t on the throne o:
Greece, Prince j pold, the father o
the present king the Belgians, hav
ing refused the ciwn when Greece wa
declared a kingdom in 1830. Prinoc
Leopold's reason r refusing the' orowi
was that the posed boundaries o
the country were insufficient, the ex
delusion of Crete pecially influenoini
his decision. 7
One of QueeNVlotoria's sons, thi
Duke of Edinbur ,, has also been offer
ed the Grecian c'wn. He was appealed
to In the aixttes 6t the time Lord Derb;
declined the crow, but was compelle
to ref.nae the offetowine to the attitud
ERY WHERE r "The Story of th
Philippines" by -dural Halatead, corn
missioned by '.he governmentt as Offlcia
Historian to the ~'ar DPpertment. Th
book was written fin army camps at Sa
Francisco, on the Pacific with Genera
Merritt, in the hIspitals a t Honolnlu

iii Hong Kong, inhbe American trenches
at Manila, in the insnrgent camps wit
Aguinaldo, on thbedeck of the Olvmpi
with Dewey, and ip the roar of battle a
the fall of Manila.', Bonanza for agents
Brimful of origi al pictures taken bI
government photqgrapbers on the spot
Large book. Lro prices. Big profits
Freight paid. Cr,.dit given. Drop al
trashy unofficial war books. Outfit fre
Address, v. T. flasjer, Sce'y., Star In




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ECTO "D v OUT IN-THE FIELD& :-- "He will cor "she gasped.
[RECTORY, I "Yes,but be allaU not stay. When
little cares that fretted m, the highbinders -llow, they can have
I lost them yesterday him.
Among the Aelds above the so %
R. G. RICHARD. Among the winds at play, Ah Lon had er contradicted her
Among the lowing of the herd, mother-indeed, he had thought her
S O N S The rustling of the trees, second inwisdo onlyto the priest in
0mong the singing of the birds the josahouse. t the inherited in-
u N The humming of the bees. sinct rose in ellion, and she said
The foolish fears of what might paV1 timidly :
CER 8athem all away "He i s mi y fa r. I should like to
Among the clover scented gras, "He is my fa er. shold lie to
in ,. Among the new mown hay. protect him."
in Among the hushing of the corln Wo Ling spr -g to: her feet, and
Where drowsy popp ies ngod, catching Ah Lu by the shoulder hur-
, Liquors, Cigars, Out the fieldswihGod! lied her odt to he little balcony and
-st. Paul's. pointed down d to a large shop,
whose windows littered with masses
and Dupont's Gunpowder AH LON. of rich stuffs an4delicate china.
Up *MOT ALA. AH LON. dj"You see thea." she said hoarsely.
St., MOBILE, ALA. "It is owned the rich merchant,
Ah Lon was 16, and, considering that Wong Tee. Sue another would your
J. F. DRAGO 'r. she had grown up in China Town, re- father have beenad dhe not lovedopium
markably sweet, albeit with a tinge of more than the who followed him
bitterness. She was also pretty, with from China-cas forth by her parents
MeLLcrvesierfacea-to grow old a bent and weary in
soft curves in bhr face and intelligence an attic. And I as beautiful when
M IL LS in her large, oblique eyes. She wore a he left me as you. today-and at 30
neat frock of dark blue linen, made yo, too, will b Id and bent and
p with a long square Chinese jacket and weary"- She w led Ah Lon about
I ll trousers. A round club of wood fit- and pointed to th, title dingy, ill fur-
ting the nape of her neck was her pil- nishGdroomwith t holes the rats had
low. She could only afford to have her made and the greaile of work. "It
MAla hair combed withthe seven combs, and will be like that a ng as you live,"
il MOBILE, Ala, worked into shining cues, stuck fast she said. "ShaZU I t take vengeance
with pomatums, then pinned fast upon on the man ?" -
her head. Ah Lon, dee Al. pressed, did not
For Ah Lon was not the daughter of know w t a'ns* make, so she fell
flI a rich merchant, but o oor sen -
S1Nstress, who & r re eas-


.hlP I h hnl n I .o

named "Plou-Pi son of a brother of -1- uJU I UUU" lai L IOL.
Napoleon Bonapae, was invited to sit We have made arrangements by The BUOX has made very liberal club-
on the throne of Roumania as the first which we can furnish this fine M3AP biag arrangements with a few ofthe very
the oferthat counlieving atry, bu the declined covering about eighteen miles square best publications in the country and to
the offer, beliascendthrone of Fance. that he of territory, including the Cincinnati the present cn send for a whole year
the bird in the hand flew away and the Company's Tract, also Harrison, The BUOT and
bird in the bush was never caught. The Parker, Cromianton, and adjacent Leslie's Illustrated Weekly for... .$3.04
man who had hoped to beorowned king country, for Demorest's Magazine.......... 1.7r
of France died out of that country in ONE DOLLAR. Detroit Free Press (twice-a-week
solitary exile. He had sacrificed one andYear Book) ............. 1.70
crown in the .hoe of receiving anote Or given for 5 cash yearly subscriptions The Fla 1. U. & Citizen, dailyfor $9 05
".T o .By the aid of this map the location o v. do weekly,for$1 H5
and lost both. By th a of this ap the location Scientific American 3
Early in the present century Ferdi. lands purchased of the Cincinnt Farmer and Fruit Grower" a 55
nand VII renounced the crown of Spain Company can be easily ascertained loida Agriculturist ... 2 55
infavorof hisfather, who again refused or, parties may send useJ1 and their do clubsof 5, each ... 2 25
it in favor of Napoleon. -the great con- deseiiption and we will locate thefr Farm Journal, Philad'a, monthly i 10
queror had to face a nation in arms, lots and return the Map by mail. n8 large each issce aw T (,
however, and never took the throne. Address THE BUOY Atlana gnsti on ... 7
The story of LordBeaconsfield's gold- treAnd HE OY, Atlant WConstitutiona w ... 75
en crown provides us with another in- St:Andrews. Fla. N.Y. World (thrice a w ek)........ 75
stance, though there was no throne with For 5 cash subscribers, we will give as For any or either of the above public
this strange crown. The man in whose a premium, I Sectional Map of the Bay tions in connection with the BUOY, ad-
brain the idea of crowning rd Be- country, or 1 Map of the ity of St. An- i 'w all orders to THE UOl.
consfield originated is now dead, butas drews.Either man sold sinly-t St. Andrews. Fla
long as he lived he never recovered from
the blow of Lord Beaconsfield's refusal
of hia tribute. Tracy Turnerelli receiv- L. M. WARE JO. R. 1HO E FC
ed subscriptions from 60,000 people to-
ward his gold laurel wreath, but in e
June,, 1879, when he formally offered P I II II U I 1 P
the crown to his idol, it was refused.-
Philadelphia Times. U U U
Hard on the Gentler Se.
There is much of the slave and the I
tyrant hidden in. the nature of woman. .. "l _
Thus woman is not yet capable of li
friendship, but only oflove. I I I
In the love of woman is injustice'and iL a ] M A R ] 0 0 5 W V a B
blindness to all that she does not love. '
There are two things a true man
likes-danger and play. He likes worn- D A L E It S 1 N
an because she is the most dangerous of
playthi, ugs. DRY GOODS,
A man should be reared for the voca- G
tion of a warrior; a woman for the reo- GROCERI'ES
reaction of the warrior. All else is rub. .
A biwoan's principle of honors to t H ARDW oA Tr.,
love more than she is loved, so as not BIILDEIS' SUPPLIES
In any game where love or hate is hi kh nl y Salt Etc. Etc
l:. Ship Chandlery, Salt Fish, Etc. Etc., Etc
not atstake women play a. mediocre-
part, .. "
All women behind their personal -o--o-o--o-
vanity cherish an impersonal contempt A G E N T F 0 R
for woman.
Asa rule, a mother loves herself in lti In n t m n
her son more than the son himself.
of genius lies in woman. The worship- A L S O FO R
ing woman is their ruin. Hardly one
has character enough to resist his ruin U e
when he finds himself treated like a h t JL 4e
god. Man is a coward in face of the
ewig weibliobe, and no one know it
better than the small woman. nT |
Women indulge in literature as they W 1
commit a little sin, glancing round to CA -A
see if any one is looking-i. e., to at- JD EAL E It N
tract attention.--Henry Nietzsche iv

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L full, regular action of the bowels,
they do not gripe or pain, do not A F I Lin of Can ed Goodsi
Irritate or inflame the internal organs,
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y lifting the handed. A boy or girl of te
t years can handle It with perfect ease. It has a.
4-nch steel wheel, the height of which mnakes
e r the plow light of draft. It has five blade: 1 is
S. ning mold, 2 a shovel, 3 a sweepor weeding
$" 2 blade 4 a bull-tongue, 5a rake. --Wrench
d EOgS fop Settiug, $1 for FifteetR have .made arragemeiit, by
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a CopYRtIGHTws AC.
h Anyone sending a sketch and descrptlson m
uirekh'u certain our opinlon free wnetk. "- an
a vention is probably patentable. ommx i& -
LIt ttonsstrietlyconfidential. Handbookon Pat"a
P. atents taken through m ann & Co. rece -
ty "spoLso, without a, inzthe freight Io St. Andrews Bay about 75 cents,. making he plw, deliverde
t S tnf if. melcaN. $4.50. But, the BUO proposes to do better than this and wil send the B3oy
S Ahandsomelyllustrated weekly. Largest air. one year ai d fia nish one of these plows complete at the factory for $4.60
culation of any scientifo Journal. Terms, P a puurcbase. to pay freight.
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of the powers, Who' stirongly declared r O SA LE,
their opposition to Prince Alfred being OR SALE
crowned king of Greece. The throne Another
was then offered to the present king, on Another Bargain in Real Estate.
whose behalf it was accepted by his fa- Th iberg p miles norheast
ther, the king of Denmark. of Parker, consisting of bO acres fine
The crown of Austria-Hungary was timbered land, being the west half of
refused in the middle of the century by the southwest' quarter of section 6, tp
the Archduke Franz Karl, the father of 4s, range 13w; 4 acres fenced with
the present emperor. King Ferdinand I picket fence and in cultivation, with
abdicated in December, 1848, the throne several fruit trees, grape vines, etc.,
then descending in the ordinary course and a habitable shanty. Price 8300
to Archduke Franz KarL The arch- partly on time if desired. For particu-
duke, however, declined the crown, ars add ress the Buoy.
which he handed over to his son, who
still wears it.
Another crown which has been more IpRDYs it
than once refused is the crown of Ron- P.LE PILE l
mania. W hen Boumania was declared and CONSTIPATION snsr "" ol ;S.
a kingdom, it was settled that the inwaR ). whether of recent or longstanding, or money
refunded. It gives instant relief, and effects a radical
throne should descend to Prince Leo- and permanent cure. Nogl surcal operation required.
Try It and relief your suffering. Send for list Ed" tist-
pold, the eldest brother of the then monlala and free sample. Onlysn. a box. For sale
reigning king. The prince, however, by druggists.orsently mailon receipt ofprice.
voluntarily yielded his rights to the MARTIN UUY, Reg. Phaimaclst, Lancastr, Pa.
crown in favor of his son, Prince Wil-
helm, the renunciation being registered Sold at St. Andrews Bay, Fla.
in the senate in October, 1880. Prince At Dr. Mitchell's Drug Store.
Wilhelm remained heir apparent for IlCall for free sample.
eight years, but toward the end of 1888 T
he formally refused to accept the crown A SECTIONAL MAP
and his brother became heir apparent,
being now Prince of Roumania. The
prince hassince marriedPrincess Marie,
a granddaughter of Queen Viotoria.
Not many years ago a nephew.of the and the
great Napoleon died in exile, after re- m .. 0ip t n.... 4. mo

address on tha receipt of
Or giver, as a premium for 5 yearlI
cash subscriDtiotis.
-- [

Of tIhe Cit of St. Andrewv
Gotten np with groat care by the
publisher, who has spared no pains
to prepare for the pi blic a map of
St. Andrews as it really is. It shows
Extending eastward hior Dyer's
Point, taking in the Old '. own site of
St. Andrews, and gives location of
public business places, private resi-
dences, docks, etc., also io ery lot in
each block and the adjoining addi-
tion to the Cincirnati Company's
land, with a full dles rilption of the
The Map will shtw owners of lots
in the city just where they are lo-
cated, and is of value to those think-
ing uf buying property.
Size of Map 30x50 Inches.
The BUOY will send this map to any


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