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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: April 6, 1899
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Volume ID: VID00053
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ST. ANDREWS BAY

sFrt Last, and all the

Time!


Washington County


West florida

Ae'ainst the Worldi


V)OL. IX.


ST. ANDREWS BAY,


APR. 6, 1899.


NO. 2.


OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.

UttITED STATES.
Senators- HOe. Sam'l Pasa'o, Monticello,
Hon S. R. Mallory, Pensaeola.
ltepresentatives-lest District, S.M. Spark-
man, Tampa; 2d District, R. W.
Davis, Palatka.
Li:.it Office-Regist.er. W. G. Robinson;
Re'-eiver-H. S. Chuhb, Gainesville.
STATE.
i. "'~.~ rno---r-W. D. Bloxham; Secretary of
t-, '.* u. Wa .J. L.r.awford: reasurer... J.


tui'e.,..%W .-.,s WovjsU;M it~e
eralt Pat riek 0f~~
r v~dk Dktri'iit-S. R. Mallory. Pensacola.
'-At'i'.il DiA riet,sarnucl Pasco Monticello.
-STATE -SENATO)R.
*abitcbka.
W\ASHIINGOiN COUNTY.
~ ~W. G. Cole wa i,'Vernon;
n!i. t D. hl~e ).. Melvin, V'ernon;
('i.r nfI- orl. County Clerk, Itecorder
ul- Peed. W. H. Lassitter, Vernon;
Flieritf'. (' G. Allen, Chi-pley; Tres surer',
.1 '. Pu.t i: Ii. Vernion; Tax Collector. A.-
hr*t:u~es, Xorn-in: 'Tax Asseasor. J.
AV. W Hinmi C ijil.-y St~iperiulendent
wThubli & I mt zieio~n W.. L L~ock-3~.
21.'V~ Suz~~r 1. L.Hiorii Orazzge



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~'.pi~erMart ir. Post.
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lot.tnt:tsei H.J. 401Job i.o
W-111?A PPU.
f e4 N ~trs. Dv er.
W XOT BAV,
2 !'i~.11'L.rP.N. klut~el~igasou

m-p.i ,imb 1,aitEtrt's Mill Bayou.

1A.IMI'N (X0UWTY-CtL01AN'voPN.
1-,q- 15 Pw'til., Frank Homkimid; Posimati-
'IL ),...H tMade: -cou t V Cora-
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I'~z 'zC-a Ch 111g 1.1 dI.. ma. a ifd 7 :3
U I. SX. to .l'ia wrntet ng ul tile

.:.r~r.~t.--iI,.1. criev tif Wv~onuiiig
1*ji'ltlay lsI'H.zu Iiri't S111d.av
st. 4 P.. S uin .% 5:ihc.'zl ev t -':,idnit ;it
9;3 -. In. p P t* h~lil S'.I~quld 1111( t'iori It
sutidL's ill eact!t iln.1tri. lHt. .J .1'. Smaitht,
fu n, r.
'V~n.I'U 9Ln Drake sttect', ReL. R. J.
%tl !- It pastor; preaekulig or, :;-co aid
,.tiunday ut eaoh months at 11 o'clock a. i..
ai-d il "I p. in. Sunday ScI,oul at 9i:30
ti: ra. every Suniday, John Sluriock, Supt.
'ii~ulie-Glhurech e.urrer W) owing ave-


The noiothern wail. Ti Auider-')II, Guy,
Biiybend and Uhipley dep~ji t_ every day
'21cC-pt Sunda 'y at 3:00 o'clock; a. ni.;
airrives every day except Saiw~yy ati
4 :4U P. Is).
E L.At. LBy Wail for Harrison, Crvianaztoi:,
P'arker, Farindale and Wctiippo, lItavcs
;it. Andrcws going cast eV'Cry Lniornin
fit I". o'clock and leaving Wetappo atit
I o'clockc,arrives, coming west every
eveuing&at 7 o'clock.
i.ANDREWS BAY, ('HIPLEY &
VE~RNON TELEPHONECO.
SCHEDU LE OF RATES:-Futr eaech fi ve
ininutei,, w-~ fract~ou thi-beiof, use of
P honme:
P"tween St. Andr'ews Blay & Ga...... 10c
13 Uayl11eadI --I C
Chipley. 2[ie.
Chipicy & Bayheadr........150
6i Gay ............. 2fc
Bayhead &rGay ...........5c
FOt' trft~nimssiou by telegraph 11)e.


'W. A. ENMMUN-S, jn'


gain street,
St. Andrews


- -: -


Flori(dl


DR. W ,. MITCHELL,
Physician and Druggist, Commerce st.,
east of Bayview, Offers his professional
services to the citizens of St. An-
drews aud vicinity. Residence on Buena
Vista avenue.
C. H. CRIPPEN,
Notary Public.
Will attend oromptly to all business tie-
matnding his attention. Office on Ray-
view street, one block northeast of P.
Ce Danford's sore
W. I. SINGLETARY,
Justice of the Peace,
Will give prompt atten'lon to all matters
coming within his jurisdiction. Ac-
knowledgments taken: oaths adninis-
tered; marriage service performed Of-
A- -6 ._"-A-MI Wilm t *n-x Bremt. nort 1


PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY ". J. Huaibes Visits Santtiaro.


One hellar a Tear In Advance.

WILLIAM A. EMMONS
Editet Aad Proprittot.
Display ad rates Oc per inch per montt
Position and extraordinary condition
rates subject to eDCcial aureem'ent.
"Local Drilft," 5e ppr line. first insertion
21c each st .7PUent. Display locals
**..fe M f^S^,t.. M



veres, written by iL. P. Slano of
Hunt ville, Ala., has boen received in
Jaickmonville and pnbli-hed Iy Iie
Timem-Univn & Citizen, and tell. in
itef how the :-e-ideints ,,f that piliae


8ANTIAGO DRE UUUA S. W. I.
March 13, 1899.
Dear Buoyv-I airited here yester-
day and find that Santiago is not a
hlule in their ground, Ns I had been led
to supjise. To be bare there are
sone' frills between it and the sea;-
but notfhng that unighlt be called a
.tUj!11 tiii itflicient to itprevent tlhe


AITke -t .r.e abruptly
Ill thi background, t hirefore there is
ntflhing beyond artificial causes to
j.ineveitt this I'ruin being onue of the
nm,-t lhcalthiul cities iin the wmaihd.
Savtiag(itgi it tIf stands oil a hill, bold
I L .. - I - I - - I


re e tal breezy, as the slope rises almost
wpi'e atiache,! to iho nwltnibo1s. I fthle


regiment from this state:]
The air was filled with rumors of the
war clouds thick and thin.


r'nUm tihe water's eide Aud rintll back
to a high iill. lined all the way with
.,lM-fashtioIed tile-coveiedi Spaniil


Fighting an Octoj
During lhd month of A
fruit ship Oteri went asick
coast of Ruatan, and Capt h
of New Orleans was eingag4i
her, says an exchange. -
essary to do some deep oea


one day Conrad went dc
lie was getting down unud
near where the work, piG


I e

flout

aud

*b ilke


Cl thin Conrad had beeo cl
waters before and knew t e e He
had met a real octopus, l taiues
called the devilfish. Thle 1 ttajN wa
so sulleak that the direly for'- a o-
mient lost his courage atld gave the
danger signal. He was oiuickly
drawn ap to the boat.
It was a seriotrs sit action. Tihe
ship was leaking badly anid iist miot


But the bloom wasn't on the army till ioLu---llie icaoetic \winll call tlheim riemaini over night without attention.


the volunteers got in;
Th. y raked the field and office and the
boys came with a will,
Though many fell much shorter than to
fill the nation's i .;
But one plucky li!tle regiment that
never was coerced,
Is known the coui.try over : the Fam-
out Florida Firs'.


".qiain i." Tl'lse, l.Ir variety ate in-
tel j i.-.i-e L by ;iainr'.v. crook ',l ti c1as.
L l.,..k arrunlii ithe idock at tihe
l ]...... I lilii,. ,l,..li iildicate that U n-
i'. 'S i iIIn the uii.nleaitaking nbusi-
..-, liT., il tile nuiinlier ol ca .ketlm s hii.
ibol i r hlin'l!lng. While hliudredl
..: Iit'iiin .ne bleiin i tient out Ito ihe


to' t he im r II'a i ' a 'd i tn& k t 1 z i I i c u c i it'l u a y -111 S d i a l u aa l l l l


And had they been successful they
would have borne the brunt;
But they were hustled off to Tampa and
there they had to stay,
'Till ihe boys were all disgusted with
waiting on the bay,
The sand was simply awful; but the
wickedest never cursed,
Couldn't do the cause true justice, this
noble Florida First.
Some have kicked and grumbled about
the army chuck,
But noneof these have murmured, they
are all soldiers born of pluck;
They've the bravery of the lion-the
meekness of the lamb,
They will wade through fire and water
to fight for Uncle Sam;
And when they leave fair Huntsville
Some gentle hearts will burst,
For as quiet as the rumor is they are
the gallant Florida First.
So three cheers for this regiment, we'll
sing their praises o'er;
For every blessed man of them is a sol-
dier to the care;
And when they go to Cuba, this gall.nt
little hand,


The work had to be done at once,
anti theei" was no one else to do it.
It only remained itr him to g'I and fignt, the devilfish. To which
would belong ihe victory. TLheie
was ino possible way to tell.
Thero was a big harip,.in in thel
),,.at, and the captain called I'r t hi-,
cutting uff hle handle anl imaikiltg


tle i realnlil i leaCilih bring tllien back tile weapon about three leet long
fileil wiith exihmed officers and bul. Armed with thi, lie agaill Welil
dliei-; soi they are accnuiiilating at down into the sea. This time his


thA dock, lor they expect io ship
1,000 on thle next transport, for the
states, to be buried in the uatiional
celueeley, except those who ate claim-
ed by their fi lends. A gieat many
casket.s are marked "Front an un-
known gr.ive," while others have the
name of the occi.pant and his com.
pany a.nd regiment. This is proof
that "our Uncle" is doing the best
he can for the men who lost their
lives in the service.
''his is thie drv seasmii heri, ahld I
filid it nitildei .ite)ly s bo ~ i herl' and
in Jahir ii.:a; liiin i-lhing a !av.rabtle
lilie l.r eI llt ii ri,, 'tV i ,eni t aI.n|d the
la' i-A > ,f .. -Ltr-i' ini thli.s cily a'lid
Kingstuia; altou fi tlie general cht'di-
ing up lit ie. which hu s been guinig
'aon ever ice the "' ank-yiy" g.t
cvintrol of '.hin muiclh neglected 'spot


subject was to fight to death the ugly
nioinster that interfered with his w.trk
or to die in the attempt.
Down lie slipped while the blue
waters closed over him, looking all
the while for the most deadly enemy
that divers know. His fue was
awaiting him. Hidden under the
bilge of the vessel the octopus was
carefully watching his every move-
nimet. He approached it cautiously.
'Th'e ionster moved from utider the
vesPel atid gathered itself for the at-
tack. At thie point w.'Dre-' the devil-
tinh -crwAielId.. t a lt.\
teeth between T tieec ani lthe
\hip. Captain CotfJ braced himn-
nelt for the battle, wli.bhi was quick
cmiuing.
Slowly the berpentlike creature
in'oved forward and reached out with
.. I - F -- -


1)tyaaea, '',t hou utV.. atlb fUitauIone ,I i t. big arnis. Its rttund leyes


Ifthe enimy gives trouble they'll be I,, c Ito ':iV ba ir-a-e to alit, lii werd i'rtclietl wide oven and it


planted in the sand;
For this flower ol the army can do bat-
tle with the worst,
They will whip their weight in wild-
eats, this wiry Florida [icut.
Kn--w the M -t.
Chii t.i I ecor.i.
Say,. wimmin's curiou- critters-Ley?
Why. drat my mug if I ain't kuowe.d


hite bteaiiiuL, ti ca exorbitant ill their looked well worthy i s Ctcoiion name.


cl; ages, naii, it is thare'fre adlvisable
Vi-i pasnuigeti to strikce a Lbargaiii be-
lureliALaii, tr ele'c l. l 11I H ittelltiulti to


The liny armn was met by a vig-
or'uus blow from the hIarpoon. The
C't.ltltle wli.s quick adl drew the armn


the chiaige-pay' what is aigiht aind back. Again it swung out and this


go tLll.


tnie hit the diver on the hip, but lost


Maich 16.-1 have beetn all at ounli the arm, for ione blow had severed it.
'lie t %i.\ [i, ui,:h in thickly ,tudlcd In nlu iiated by the lpai li the animal


A gal no bigger nora hen l
Who kept a whole town fill of men '. .. i. .


SCiart U t o..t to death for f'-ar she'd
"growe'i
To like some tfller best, and they
Jest watched each other constaut-it
Kept growing' wor'e until they fit.
A regler tryin' out that wuz,
And one slim cuss, and weak, he got
Jest clean et up and. tuck down
sick;


Aud, do you know, that little
chick'-
The gal-bhe nussed 'im a'.d, great
SCOLL!
When be got well, spliced 'imu "Bekuz
He needed love and care." she said,
Why, that jay was a muttonheadl
Well, arter marryin' her he tuck
A brace and sorter plugged aulou,
Arid bouW]rt a houxc and lot, and
T.he
Seemed j-i.lt us happy as could beh
And tilled hia hoLe with light and

Now wasn't that surprisin' luck?
That jay ain't worth her 1lnIe of day:
I know, bekuz-Frn that there jay.
A Cradle Soutg.
New York World.
Lullaby, darling one!
Shut your pretty eeys.'
In the west the sleepy sun
On his pillow lies.
Lightly, lightly, gentle breeze,
Softly, softly shake him!
Kiss his dimples, if you please;
Only do not wake him.
Fairies rock him in his nest
While the dew is falling,
I would like a little rest
From his nightly squalling.

Mr. S. A. Fackler, editor of the Mican-
opy, (Fla.) Hustler, with his wife and
children, suffered terribly from la grippe.
One Minute Cough Cure was theonly rem-
edy that helped them. It acte d quickly
Thousands of others uwe this remedy as a
specific for la grippe and its exhausting
after effects. Never fails. 3. F. Brftckin
& Son keep iton sale.

Nothing pays smaller dividends In
spiritual results than making a special-
ty of discovering the shortcoming. of


the apex of thlie ,:,lI, %\ here' til ; ail-
deLIuly tlh(.l. 11 i-e t io take a li.1i ;
aeros0 the little ivale aud behol.i S'ani
.Juan hill, \\h i oIi thle great battle .tf
the war t as fought, while cane ljlini
up in the distance But the place jof
mobt attraction is \\heiIo 'los itpucesB"
draiv rations, and it .Ira;ls lagei
crowds, especially on Saturidays.
\VWell. the Spaiiish steaimer, Maria
'['horesa, a E iuag iticeilt vu.'sel, on
which I am to sail at 11 a. Ill. t.ia'yv
for San Juan, Pueit.o ..ico, i.k now at
thu wharf.
Pleahe change my atldress in iny
ad, also send may Buoy there.
With kindest regard and belst
wishes to all frioand, I am
Yuurs truly, 1. J. lUll'JtL.

The Poor Main.
It is a sort of a bousehuld joke
that Mrs. Jeflcrsu n consider nothing
quite right unless it in fur (Inih.idi by


began fight in earnest.
One or two heavy bl.ws proved oi
little e.'vilseluelnce, but Captain Con-
lad-i ia st"ruIg jinan and swung the
C !,ipuiJaa ithl w.l-directed aim, finidl-
k1 living tl i' weapon into a vital
Sput. -
\Vihen ijiiuri, the utopub u dis-
charges a fliilt vwhiichl blackenis the
water near it. 'his seIems to be ithe
prot i-ionr ntate has made for its
iprotectioni, in tjis way makitig it im-
pulsible for anunciuy to culitinue tiae
battle. But t e atail blow lhait for-
Luinateli been-iuflicted by the diver
before the bliAltness surrounded hinm.
AL. soijn abl'i:e inky water cut off
his visinu, uitptain Conrad mrnled
for a pliA'ce f. safety and managed to
got l e.uo of the deadly aims.
Ice gave thu iger signal once more,
but this time returning to the surface
a VitL'UI.
AILei remnatliing some time vn the


One
loca
particular down-town store. Of
t until the inky fluid rose to the


course the monthly bill is pretty comu-
prehensive. It runs from glove-
cleauiug ud, repairing to point lace
and bric-a-brac. The other day Mr.
Jefferson was looking over the latest
bill when he suddenly ;edlled out:
"Genevieye, do you send the baby
down to Shiells' to be bathed, too?"
"What nonsense; of coarse not!
Whatever makes you ask such an
absurd question?" responded hii wife.
"Oh, nothing; only in every bill I
notice the constantly, recurring item,
*one kid cleaned!' "-Chicago Times-
Herald.
Commercial Zeal.
"Claudia, is the young man indus,
trious to whom you are engaged?"
"Industrious? Why, papa, he intend-
ed to propose tome a month ago, but
was too busy."-Chicago Record.
A, Appropriate SymbeL
"Snagaby is a member of the Vege-
tarian club, Isn't be?"
"I auess he i& I notice he wears a


surface aud :cleared away. the diver
started d,,w.tfQor the third time. |Ho
did not know'.t at his work was comn-
plete, but whei lie got down tie found
the devillish~dead, buhot close under
thie hull of tl~s yesbal whlue the woi k
ihad tio be d(ne. The harpoon was
driven fast. .to thle body, but the
weight was tqo much fur thle cap-
tainu' strong a-im, and a rope attach-


ed to the harp'
meu failed to d


Oil antd pulled by the
lodge it. When the


captain was qute sure that the anii.
mnal could worig him no further harm,
lie lay ou its bick while driving the
rivets in the hoie over the hall.
The captain -iys that the croatuic
was threp foot $aross its back, with a
body twice as long, an i its arms
measured eight to tell feet.

And ~ie Play Too.
Ile-What dq .you mean by sayintu
thau your friend's work is all play?
Bhe-.-IAi is a 'rofesslonal Diaphdt


. AV


the family clustered about them, and as tl beams overneaa. '-nere was a vert -
they unwound the little fellow from his oally sliding door in sections, two of
heavy furs and mufflers he was asked which-there were three of them-had
eagerly, What did you see in Boston?" been dropped into place ere the arrival
We thaw," came the answer in a of the coal. The big bin was therefore
breathless burst, "the anaconda and the practically "a tight box," and the
fat woman and the Living Herculethe." young man who bad fallen into it, not
They had been to a museum of curi- understanding its construction, was
osities, as wAll as to an author's rocep- most securely imprisoned. Itwasvastly
tion, and-according to youthful rules to his credit (so Minerva thought) that
of preoedence--Mr. Lowell naturally he did not raise a terrible outcry, de-
ranked a long way after this renowned ending to be relftskl Surely hea =t
trio. be a young man of the best breeding to
Nevertheless the boy bore away two confine himself so considerately to un-
distinct memories of the poet, though demonstrative excursions around the
nl the first it is probable that the Liv- coal heapt
ing Hercules had his share, having The young lady flew to the bin ad
doubtless suggested the topic of couver- removed the top section of the door. As
nation, which was physical strength, she did so she found herself face to
Mr. Lowell had narrated to his open face with a most woebegone, smooched,
mouthed, small auditor an anecdote of demoralized and bewildered young man.
a prizefighter who, in danger of being For a moment the two young people
run over in a crowded Londou thorough- stared at each other speeclhlussly. Then,
fare, had knocked down and killed a as if moved by a simultaneous impulse
horse with a blow between the eyos. both spuke:
His other recollections are of his own "Oh, I am so sorry !"
pleased embarrassment and the insistent "I beg your pardon most humbly ftor
cordiality of the poet-so often spoken my carelessness."
of as overpunctlious and fastidious- Then they both laughed weakly.
who would shake hands with him, ex- Minerva snatched the remaining seo-
tending for the purpose a hand fault- tion of the door away, aud the young
I lessly gloved in gray kid, which clasped man slid totteringlyout upon the cellar
without reluctanoe the child's hesitat. floor, with a small avalanche of released
Inn. fnuzz naw. clad in a woolen mit- coal.


I


COD LIVER OIL
7#7WitIPeWS2WfW/Tf5 fLNEf4SOA

is exactly what they require I
it not only gives them the im-.
portant element (cod-liveroil)

in a palatable and easily di-
gested form, but also the hypo-
phosphites which are sovalua,
hie in nervous disorders that
usually accompany anemia.
SCOTT'S EMULSION is a
fatty food that s f6re easily
digested that any other form
of fat A certalif trmnt of
'flesh is necessary for health.
You can get it n this way.
We have known per.
sons to sit pounds
day while taking t &
s r m soc.aswsoi, c. Im, druggIlts, i
SCOTT & BOWNE,Ch0miats, NmW York.


iti~~ ----


THE MONITOR. END OF A ROMANCE.
B mieuon's Hlsterto Ironclad and Its ftilp
to Hamopton Roads. November's raw air warned negligent
The Monitor had been formally corn- householders that it was time to lay in
missioned on Feb. 25, 18G2, under corn- their winter's supply of coal, and ev-
ipand of Lieutenant John L. Worden, erywbhere up and down the wind swept
U. S. N. Twelve officers and 45 eulist- length of the city's residence streets
ed men comprised her personnel. Chief rattling coal troughs barred the pedee-
'Engineer A. 0. Stimers, the superiu- trian's path and discharged their black
tendent 6of construction, went to sea in torrents into insatiable sidewalk sout-
a he vessel to observe her performance tlea. Mrs. Matthews, who livedon quiet
a'egiv4Wtbe officers thu tenefit of his but highly select Prospect street, had
aowled g&% was, as stated by Colo- ordered ten tons of coal put into her
-,-eh rch a his "Life of John cellar, and the frst instalment had ar-
Bthe only man on board who rived-a two ton load-got to the crest
thorough mi of the steep, narrow street by much
tics of the vessel."- -" ..- '.~a pulling on the part of the horses
The voyage to Hampton Roads was and itt~mentrit..mhau&ing on the part of
eventful, and almost ended the career their Irish driver. "
of the Monitor, and with it the fate of "Mr. Coal Mant" caied Mra. Mat-
ironclads for an indefinite time. Rough thews from the up stairs bay window.
weather was enoountered, anid wv.-%er "Be sure you close thecoal scuttle when
broke over the smoke aud blower trankie, you go. Don't leave it open. It is so
nearly putting out the fires and stopping large somebody might fall in."
the pumps from lack of steam for four "Yis, mum," assented the driver,
or five hours on one occasion. Loss by raising his grimy face and smiling in
foundering was imminent at this time, the dazzling way that distinguishes
because of the great quantity of w..ter coal heavers and negroes. Then, with
that got into the vessel uuder the baso a perversity as sublimely unconscious
of the tiurret and through the hawse as that of inanimate objects themselves
pipes. The blowers stopped because the he went away when he had finished his
belts got wet and the engine and fire- task, leaving the iron lid of the scuttle
rooms filled with noxious gas from the leaning against the side of the house.
fires and had to be abandoned. In try- Three or four minutes latex a small,
ing to remedy this trouble the chief en- dapper, ~ oely dressed young man step-
glueer, Mr. Newton, and his assistants ped out' f the street door next to the
were overcome by the gas and were car- Matthews' and turned to make his final
tried to the top of the turret, where they adieus to a lady, slightly faded, but
revived, though they were thought dead still young, who had accompanied him
when dragged out of the engine room. to the threshold. He backedaway, bow-
Trouble and danger also resulted from ing aird holding -his hat politely and
the wheel ropes jumping off the steer- jauntily a few inches above his head.
lug wheel and becoming jammed. Just as the final "Thank yob; goodbye I"
After two days of toll and peril the had escaped his lips and the door had
Monitor escaped from the dangers of closed upon the lady the young man
the sea into the presence of a new ena- whirled around, hovered for a fateful,
my.r' Late in the afternoon of March 8 strenuous instant upon the yawning
she passed in at the capes of Chesapeake, edge of the coal hole and disappeared I
and from the sound of shotted guns Mr. Dennis Murphy, happening to turn
knew that her time for action! had come his head at the same moment and be-
thus early in her career. Tlb Merrimao holding the sudden ingulfment of the
was abroad that very afternoon, and young gentleman, uttered but the two
wreck and destruction fouled her wake. words, "Howly murther !" and lashing
A rude improvised ironclad herself, she his steeds into clumsy, galloping flight
marked a now era in naval warfare, and disaprcartd with terrific clatter down
before her lay a large fleet of supposedly the cobble paved hill.
formidable ships of war as helpless as a But Air. Murphy was not the only
flock of sheep assailed by a wolf. witness of tLe traigic disappearance of
Night fell before the Monitor came the young. mn who had emerged from
up to the seemingly doomed Union fleet 52. Mia Miunerva Matthews had stop-
in Hampton Roads. The Merrimao had ped for a mom',at at Ltb little table in
glutted her thirst for blood for the day the bay window to get a book of verse.
and was at anchor and at rest, but in from wLi.h seh wished to make a quo-
her silence in presence of the ships that station. At the pr.ui6 momount, when
she meant to attack in the morning she she klid Lei haiud ul.cz the volume, her
stood for all that nman understand by eyes, ca.-;' ",ly lifted after the unob-
tUtho.dominion of the seas. Lighted by servant muunner (of one in deep thought,
the burning wreck of the frigate Cou- had Lc b ltul a ou.k-luan sink apparent-
gress, the Monitor moved up toward ly iuro tLL. e.rth iuclly iafront of
Newport News and anchored near the I the ict. rc'-pectablc house iu which
stranded Minnesota, upon which vessel, she and her mother and her maiden aunt
it was certain, the first blow of the kept themselves aloof from the world.
morrow would fall. Miss Minurva did not scream. She
From either a historical or a thent- simply said. "Mother!" But the man-
rical point of view the stage settings ner in which she uttered that word was
were now complete. With the night the infinitely rLuie Ltartliog tuun any inar-
curtain had fallen upon the last of a ticulate outcry could possibly have
long series of glorious deeds, performed been.
under an order of seamanship or sea Mrs. Matthews came scurrying out
tactics that had already long passed its of her room "nith n face as closely ap-
meridian, but which for romance and proximating au animated iLterrogation
chivalry excelled any that had preceded point as might well be.
it, and, it must be admitted, excelled "Mother! A man has just fallen into
that which was now to rudely supplant our coal scuttle I"
it. A new type of sea warrior and a Mrs. 11utthews gasped convulsively
new type of warabip were about to ap- and collapsed into a chair. Twice she
pear upon the waters. The engineer's tried to frame articulate words, but the
machine of John Ericsson was to face shook hart been too great. She could
the fabric that represented the engineer- only choke aid clinch nod unclinch her
ing ingenuity of the American south, slender, Lrazpaiont hiads. If those
and the result of the encounter would same delic. to hauds could have closed
inflict fright upon the romance of the just then ulon the brawny throat of
sea and transform the masted navies of Mr. Dennis Murphy, they would have
the world into useless reics in a day.- left him little breath ideecud for protes-
F. M. Benuet, U. 8. N., in Cassier's station.
Magazine. Minerva saw that her mother was
LT gripped is atuain epidemic. Every practically helpless for the time being,
p reautio, should te akei to aid it. and that whatever was to be done in
Si, the emergeu~y must be done by herself.
lis specific is One minutee Couigh Cure. A. Even at the t'ight of the second story
J. Shieperd, publisher Agricullural Jour she could hear the unwilling and un-
nal and Advertirer, Ehllen, M., sats: "No welcomeintruder blundering and stum-
ane will I.e di~ani,!iit.ied in uiang One bling ~(ud rattling about in tbedarkcoal
Minute Coagh (C'tr,- i.i Ia gripDo." lleas- bin as he aimlessly sought some egress.
.nt to take, quick to act. For sale hy R. "I will go down to him, mother. I
F. Brackiu & Son. will explain l" she cried. "Oh, thecare-
Lo1wi and the Boy. Lssness of that detestable coal man I"
Anauthorwhose homowas in a coun- Miss Minerva Matthews fled down
try town had planned a day's outing in stair as fatas she could go. Bnt as
Boston. Ho intended to transact a little she opened the door at the head of the
business, eee a few sighn and crown the cellar stairway she stopped for a mo-
day by attending a reception given to meat and shuddered from head to foot.
James Russell Lowell. lie bad made It waslike the initial plunge of the
up his mind, after some consideration, swimmer into cold water. After that
to take his little son with him for an the worst of te terrible shrinkng as
early glimpse of distinguished society, roer. She picked up her skirts and
Of course the small boy, who had never darted down into the twlight of the
before been in the city, was delighted, cellar. i r
and in due time the pair set out. The coal bin was a large one and wa;
On their return the other members of boarded up to within a foot or two of


AOW~kx 0


"We ought to have watched that
wretched coal man and seen that he pat
the cover over the scuttle."
"No, It was my fault" objected th#
young man. "I ought to have had my
eyes about me. I had no bustnees to bW
walking backward on the street I-
but, really, Miss"-
"Matthews," interposed Minerva,
noting his questioning hesitation.
"Really, Miss Matthews," looking at
his grimy hands and beamberhed linen,
"I feel so disreputably dirty that I aat
going to ask you for the love of humana
ity to get me an old pan or basin Id
wash this stuff off in."
"Come right up ataira," said Minervw
pityingly.
"No, no; I might encounter Somebody
-beg your pardon for the seeming in-
sinuationu. But, you know, I had to en-
onunter you, and I feel toward yoU d
sense of gratitude tor my deliveranfea
that overrides all other feeling. I m'i
there a laundry tub or something whe&t
I could make a preliminary toilet?"
Minerva led the way into the bAse-
ment laundry, where there were"' se
tubs, running water and plenty of soap.
"I'll run up stairs for towels," shA
said, and so made a timely escape with
the geyser of laughter that was gushinl
up in her throat. She fled into tEf
kitchen closet, shut the door tight an4
collapsed, with the cook's old wrapper
pressed against hor face. "Oh, I'm uOW
glad auntie isn't home today, or Kash-
crinel" she gas;ed. "What would tho.
do, the hystericul dear'!" abe writhed
in a fit of suppremsed laughter for a
minute or two, and thou huoke foath
and darted up stairs for the towed..
Mrs. Matthews met her at te head a
the stairs.
"Don't speak a word tom mother,"
panted Minerva. "Don't; I shall eS&
plodel"
She dashed into the bathroom caught
ap a couple of towels and sped duwd
cellar again.
The laundry was empty. The outside
basetnon door, standing ajar into h"
little back yard, told the story. Th,
young man had fled
Minerva mechanically gathered up
pair of mournful ouffs that had soiled
under the shadow of the tubs Thete
jewelry was of the most modersr k indw
smoked pearl-but the lnen was amlhta
texture and quality. "I guem he mu*t
have been a gentleman as far as be
went," mused the girl. She tuwmed th6
cufs this way and that and peered in.
side, but there was no name, no clew.
Then, with that wonderfully Bwit1
prophetic intuition of a woman, Ml*
nerva Matthews sighed and exolalzne@
under her breath:
"Poor Miss Atherton W"
It was Miss Atherton who lived ted
door. -Portland Transcript.

The Mote mad the Deaum.
Wb Lord Morrie was chief Jumne
of W tdftmtg junior barriatet
uroMa his coat one day to make bid
first motion and spoke in the hard
brogue of the norbthb Ireland.
"Sapol," said the judge in a a16<
voice to the registrar of tha court, "wtioi
is this newcomer?"
"His namo is Clements, my It-'
"What part of the coonthry doWh@
bail from in the name of all hbt's VWt-
dherful?" asked the judge.
."County Antrim, my lurd,"* was tS
reply.
"Well, well!" said the judge. "Did
you iver come across sich a froightful
accint in the wholo course of yer borm
lifee"






Its Easy

!To Takc




I Thin, pale, anemic irlsj
n a fatty food to enrich
their blood, give color to
Their cheeks and restore their f .
Health and strength, it is
safe to say that they nearly
Small reject fat with their food.


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iv.


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4,NoTrs ftil.ust he rememlie,-i itat lie
.tad g'nr6t".--w'-ollv reliable uit ve pow-
er and if the sailors sonnetirnes find it in-.
Jaouihe-io make-hoihedule Li'wiAnin-t he
IfirrTgedil ton le leriiiti; tihe do the ht-' I
the .dliU '


'4., --


The Clleopatra saile t' fr Pert-r:ici!a
Satttrdav timrningi'
h., e Nettle sailed for PenseinoLi
Snitlay w'iehn 'caro .of 4nuysl si nies.
The school ner .Ariel enme in fionii
Peusaci a S1ninda(y anlid 1irietede tr
-'Sanitnlr.s' camp up lat D-ly.
i 'e steamer t Alpha asnit.-l fn i
Is. .oile early Thtrj dav mn..ni liin a n1
after diselhj :irg. ig cn,,shiis,;rls4l- frilhti
.. and taking four n i-auselt;en -a i..bcr.nl,
i oceedeiel on hIcr wtv t4 ) (.% ni nl" I- ,
ns maki lg ri l I,


ithi a cargo. of generall lu r'e In is.:'.
f r lthe I-ipt v sti l.s. :)itn i, ti.il
-k adding whh!i niav:a l .:i,..,, ;it l -.i ,i
hun &l Ct'u-C. Ca1mlip f',) Pr un.L- -',a
S.Tie C lopaiati al livn't i;ve G 'r 'si.-. i-
S.c; la. at ilq(in y''st lrd..iy. .

... AKEl SACIOON u

S, .LOPATRA. -
: "J.s. Eom.Mrs, - M,\A'rt l.
4 L Sv' St. AItdi-'cw.v Pay .er T'ueiaiv.
4Il AtiV4 P-6natroFa ev'ciy Fid.1 ,
S --; eatherl- pe!ml itlini,). S.pc.I'.'>i tt-.i-
:. .'tntB"will b6e' 9iven t, re.--;i ing mid
o trwiarding freight torn n rti h .- IW i, i,ii
Eastand. North ay,', .'sinst ni-:i. I f for
S. -peints on e.i-lier alrin o(f Ihe iL. ;. i i:i
-. .lepend upon stOcuring' prnni;it tinns--
..')rtitioii :itA i n-n O llli.o I .IIP Fr
"1'ill inil 'ur.I t i)it lp l.l ,a
L. 31. WAi.L & Co.. A, .i

NAPIITHIA LAl ':CH,

a'APT.' F"R \Si 'i i n ,mncril...
C Ciu-res tlihe E:.t B. ay J1t.il l. I 'ctl i .I.
An.di w.-e a i, Weltnl p al*i insts'rais li-
ate 1ii.its. Lciyes -Sr. AsJdi c s, ;i i:iv
: C(r.ce pf S atid v y it V t6:O t 0 lli..:.n ri'f, ,i'
,'et: r'po i;t i'2:' n ioni.; 1,.'- \\-c' iets p,
at 1 :0.)l p. in;.: .rrivc. AIt S '1. Aln'i i. o..t
7-":30 p. nll. Makers !.il1nn 1 inililx; 1 a
P .iurt ision, Ci'omairton,,.- iikt.i. Pin i -
lUirg aiid-FI r it.-to.' Freight iaiiilued aI
say no istfficte.-t, n -hi f.' *P r p;i:u s(.lreOr a ll
i .'(rti- tt..'ra. 4-e. se :.ra bte.Bcrl in thkt- &u -
", 4-n. P oa ffi p .:- ; '. .
S *a t *. .-.
i'--1 P ,. v. .,I- .,. W ,Ta ;Ilfn.5.J ~ t r, I ri:e-t ..r.
.A...Veek's TVen 4ti 4r
.t. Toe foltowimng? table give ,'li an ax:-
.'Lnmai. 'ililininmu1n antd 'mrn-an t Lrnq.--
t* ires, thIe va'infaIll aind d U 'i,.io, iir thi
wiR d, ,o-r ti e tweuty-fouir h 1 i au.slii
at 7 o'clock i m.. an- lndiat.-e t d by I'. S.
govr'Innment. sel-re-'irter- tz Ih lirneorn-
.3Le t'ts. it\,:Mu in. Ale.M n 'I 'n \V':
.-" l .. ar. 29- t:6 o 21 .ll tA
-it7 40 c1.y ci., se-
AbrIl 1 1 i"
2 72 -15 x t '. ,
n .3 72 -14 5" .fi i
S 4 71 5S L;- .i n v.
For week .. 70T 49 i | .]

THIM K about your Ica:t. Do no.
T allow scrofula taints to develop in
your blood. Take Hood's Sariaja-.
rilla now and keep you'r&ael.tW ,L.

P ar e r Lod g0 Vo. -341
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t;A tO la (us_,,,,tin i-




-' - E. P, AL A I, '- t. M
T" La a'i ltCatiB ons (, it H rli l.


FRATERNALLY A i D.
E. PALM :i-\t, .R,

To Clrp o t Cold in liies ,;") .
'Tuke Laxative Breomo Q:Lia. i;
All druggists refund mon..--. f ifi!- 10
ea'h. 2'c. The geniui:'_ La.-, L. D- k. o,.n
each taiblet.


All American Chilitdren.
"Do'yon net baA-' trouble with so
'many ntionilitie'" trh ,4 TEtator


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I'-ii. ti c,:e lutno th.is, who is quite an ex-


asked of the princip.1 of a arge rciuol 0pentI-,t, 1it1-r on sevn.-r.,I musiV-al in-
in the crowded tcaemEnlt p:,:t of lLthe truiments and hat mide himself quite
city: "Oh, we. han-g the fl-3gover the popular wi.-h the muii'ialliy inclined
acho-ol platform," was the Fin-iwer, pe-ople of SLt Andre'vs Bay.
"and have tie regular ec.ec is-.-, ala :t- -Tlh Ic i ire of Florida convened
Ing it, and the cidlren be,. ,-:;o very itLat. ,T day and the people of Wash-
patriotic indeed. Thy wii nt own, in e twi wah h r
most' ca-id, that thi-y are not A1;nlri- i
cans.'" "Yes." fsaid thoother t..:cher, f,;r -Itlu r,::ti-atlion of a part, .t least, of
-"I. often ask 'Will the German chil- *C8L o..20t. Wru5th of taxable property
dren in tLe -room c tand upt' Ttn (4rer- ur.ju:-ly t .hKi.e fi'Ti tha cinconty at tIhe
Iuane are more r-'ddod to their C'da-hr- 'I-st 'M--io:i. The line bt'.vPen Wash-
.laud ..apparently. than oth,,r izic::i- in.gtoui and C'alhoun should, by all
grants, for a few-though not by.nzy ,ueao:- be con-e te.,d tto give the Penin-
rpeans half-ot th,!r usually L.ae to this si te *'a-inglon county, and Dr.
n^.ti nl.1 ti -s ia Colevta.1 ..'ill cover bituself with glory
-.drcn Ftantd,' generally bring no re-o
-eponio at all, :though the school if he shall ul'ced in bringing it about.
crowdedvWith there in my district. But -The eclhorner Weuloy S., owned in
when I-V end up by saying,-'Will the Pensacola FlJs been placed in the car-
American clh;Idxn .stnd up?' the trying trade-bet.wv'e-n thart port and St
whole sebcc.l-irhe joyfully. "--Ontltok. Ardrewsi Bay., wiIth J. T. Sikes, plainn
S ,.' ., -', a- and D. (C.. WilLiJams mate aud sup.ercar-
London haM a.rveiident ponlat&i o go.,/ She is a vessel of twenti-seven
Dearly 1,000) prfe.ion, orncaestral i.- OL. capacity and well calculated to ac-
trum-eaahiata. :- . counnudato all freight e.-ntru-te.d to it,
Sggsof -- and neither ca;tainvi u' mate, wjill spare
sTsie t.O s ormaro'about any 'uaiLs to Wgive oliire dltiafaction to
the sizq .of.mustard seeds.11. p U te h t re-
all theiA' patrons atn-a they hope to re-
'Robbev t ahe rA r .. ceive a fair char,- of the Pensacola and
A, statuling Utevident, -.hidrh-Mr St. A-ndrows Bay freight..'
:Johln Oiilver otwf j-hil :,.l,'iphi, w:'s the -Por the! first time in rs.ice weeks .
stul:je~t, is is rat':'td i v b i i a.4 foil., v a: \Vanre's Hail w:i light il u( o on Tut.s-
sIn tWas i a lailot drefullowe.itiu. .r y lay night. and a goxily i,,imber of
6tun was ldnuo'-" \,.it , Q ;-': .n. -
tongue-i oak-d, p ain ont-inu nit.v in ba,;ck illlng people aseabled th-vre o10 pa;r-
and sides, no appetite -gradJ;!if1ye* ow- tielrpate in the fascinnatig Ati ae of
ing-weaher day. by day.. -Threke I3his- dancing. |I. had bt.en -,s loni: .imiicoan
ciansbadgvo up. For Jv a event of tl.i-3 nro had tr',anslircd in
friend aZnAised trrnj-f Hlecttic1tlertes
.ud tomy great joy and surpria,.ithe St. Andruv,_; [hai, it a!a.ojt seemed like
first bottle antide a decked irmiprove- somethingr" new under the hun;" but
meoto.,J e n inau_ their use for three the younLg ladies and aouug g:t,:lemenI
weoks a'aduna no. < ehl mr ar'- I know L seemed to take to it a4naturally as ev-er,
they 'i d'ttiib.Mi-iba dtl.)pVlid tthe
grave of anoaiter -victl.L '., -o p. hI while they ke!rt step to excellent music
should Tfait t-try ', mn. O t'og- ,:. i ,furti'shed by Messrs. IHu.d, N e e. and


i ARP ,% i ,


"Better Be


Wise


LOCAL DRIFT,
-llazrs and pocket knives atthePi
On"'-:.- Drug Store.
-Taxes for 1998 are now doe and wiil
become delingqen't April 1. 1899.
-FresltfFlorida girowu garden seed
and onion sets at': ".t Pioneere Dru;
Store. -
--You can get dtie prunes, figs, dates
raisi n s an I candies at the Pionee
D1ru' Store.
-Triu-imph watermaelon seeds-Mel
on weigh as high as 100 poands-at Pi
onevr Drug Stcre.
-Th i is glorious weather for grow
ing crops, and farncisra anid rlaulers at'
taking full advantage of it.
-Aliens Tasteless Chill Tonic. Sat'
saparilla and Yellow Dock are the
best. For additional evidence call on
Dr. J. J. Kestcr. -
-A nood big Tablet. for S ets and n
gi(-odLi thick school tablet with 175 leaves
'or )cets: all with handsome, covers and
good, ru.led paper', It tbu BUOY office.
-Bioa' your ordinary- school Ink bot
Ct- tr, the Buoy office and for 5c 'et i
filled with Arnld's celebrated Chem
cal Writing Fluid -the vury bn nitdn. Mu-t. have V.iur own cot-rk.
-Impr :.sive Eakter n.rvices were
h--:d in the M. E. -hburh last Sonda.'
i;'-t, oinduc.t-.d by R :v U. 'G.' -unn
Q nJ.'5 .A -TT7i T,.ren tastefully deco
rated fur the ocednion, and the music
\was mn aI han usually fine.
--The -;. Andrews Hlortueultura
ani( I i:pr~, ,rmont Conmipanv isprepar-
c-'i e c.r- t'-. inMprove and plant into fruit
an,y trant. of land which may be given
tbem. Jt will pay all persons to buy a
t'a.c f-roi Lihemi andul hve it improved
-The St. Andrews young men have
nea'rty all left for the fishing field, aud
jitdging from appearance, the few that
retEmain a' re having, a fair 11eld artnong
the pretty mnaiJens who grace '-lovely
St. Andews by the Sea." with theim
presence
-Hnuds(imer letter heads with St
.\AlrewNs Bay date line and views o
either St.Andro.':s BluT, or Buena Vi.tae
Point, Lt. Sc. per dozen; also muap of their
St. Andrews-, By country eon back of a
letter shn ?et .tt 12c. super dozen, ae tlie
Buoy ofttee
-It you are tuinnkiug of buyiug prop-
erty in St. Andrews of immediate vi-
cinity, you c-anisnot afford to pnurehu-.e
until you have cooflerred with tle pro-
pri'?tor of 'se BuOY. If you are short. of
money and want to buyon longtime for
actU.al settlement you can be accoimino-
d'te-a.
--Food tdoes more hairnm than good
vwh-nr. not dig'sted. Kodol Dyspeps;a
Cut e digests 't hat- you eat. It, prevents
wa.nlogr diseases and cures stomach
tt'oublisB. It cures indigestion sour
sroniaeh and be!eling and ailiws, a
WOrnoilt stormn.ch rest. It actsB instantly.
Sold by R. F. Brankin & Son.
--The 'or-trait Album in Demorest'-s
Family Maga;.ipc for Ariril gives beau-
tifui li.: ueo,-~s of if c-ine of the rnoot pop-
ular wiritp : of poetic and 1 i'ti-iii of I he
present de.y, -; sI 'i. .'oirh rn,,--', than a
w ,,.il I.' p:13n1 to this l pol1-
lM' lI ,azi.-e-. rh 3 ti iy , ill nmak.-
ft.rt e-" refl'.rife.t n to l.,.-, tiupitrb tium-
her- lue r on.
-BEly a notir'e elsewhere in; this issut:
it i!ll i, PIon that lh gnei al mer-
ch.ndicse lirt of L. M. WTare :6z Co. has
di.s'olved partnership, A'.r Jao R.
Thorrp-on i tiring. The St. Andreus
ir adin public wvil l part with Mr
Tho...c Oni with rei'-git aad wish h'm
the t'ieate-st, success iin vhate-ver no-
dertlakini lie may cont.enmpilate in the
f utar '.
-In a!nici I every nei rh.,'n-rholnd there
!s s''me ono v.lio.se life h:-. b ?re saved
by C(lamnLb.i-lain's Co.le, Cnlolh.';t ans1
D.'" iuioea HRemedy, or s ho has been
ci,'-ed if chri-or ic diatrrhoea by the use
of that i,-ic iiine. S c'h persons lImakei
a p'sintof tellin 'nf it witem ivi:'r oppo,-
tanity otTers, hopi:,-n that, it 'may b-e the
mn'-ens of ,aving- oltherl livei.. For sale
,vy L. .'r. Wane, St. Audrenws and Bay-
it-t1 aind all medicine deal' rs.
-S-ter:il yout: g n;iusi'ia s gatlnered
I.'"L Tl;uri'lav nig'ht at the home ,of
IMr-n. L. Stjne., ci.lrner of Buena Vista
ai.'elt, and Drake stre':t, aud gave a
niu.iicli in hounn of R. E. Niece, th,:
,(ouil:- i.h i lensai frout M1\ i al wi,-n
i;-, lu-'me \kitingu r-elaiivr-a hit-,. for the


found that the ratio is about 13 serious "No, sir." said the red faced alder- 5 I g
accidents to the right leg to three to the man with great emphasis, "I'm in the ]0 Captain, JAs. E.CLARK.
leftt franchise fight to stay.'' l-- Ia
"I suppose, then.rj. said the little s '
The practice of kissing under the man wiih wide ears. "-hat they don't I .
it dates from the days of the Druids 's 255 Tons Burdenth Passenger Capac y 60
when no doubt it had a religious mean- 255 Tons Burden--- asseng C 50
fag .y trlh 'ed with rit-(tmiit;smin, give B _, -1
Cl;nl,-r -ain.'s Pain -Bal, a tri.,l. It will FA.SSEI 3 -E R,.A-TES:
Remarkable' Cure ot Rheuaii- not cot o,,, a eint if it d*'f-i n, go d. When ordering seo Post OalS, ,
Etises M* osey Olro go d trean Hosy order eorg I Mobile to S AetAnd.rews Bay and 5 00 St. Andrews Bay to Apalachicola.. 2 50
tsA. One rnpplinoation w ill r-1 -re (the pain. I letters, also ae at birthd.y, Mobile to0 romantn..at".... ..6bl. & 0
KENNA, cson CO V.-Al.ou, ll eilre srtins an andlirtuiss in o- cheerfully refunded ft Aplahicola .......... 7 0 Cara le.....300
thrce ye,. agomy wife had a ttack o third tie time ruir l, another treat- : ry: Send stamps for CarraLe]l ............ 8 00 Apalaehieola to Carrabolte....... 7f
rlicumnatism which confined herf hber led inonmt. (uts, burn4. fi'.tlites, quinsey. etc. EAST BO'ND. WEST-BOUND.
for over a month and rendered her iunlile- pills in the side nnd elr.e!i, glandilar and .,,--A-..A- T LEAVE. '. A IVV
to walk a step without assistance, her otijer sawellings are ..i.:tly cuord lyv aip- TI 5th h and 2th at 7 p.m.. .........Mobile...........12th, 22d and 2d a.mw.
limbs be ing swollen to double their nrl'- plyiis it. Er,.rv bttli. ,,.d 'e A U, St Andrews it.... .. ad a
mal size Mr. S. Maddox insisted i.,n my *.'5andl 5,! cents. Sli 4 L. i. Ware, St. ror ll 'ion nd ys;psic 7th, 17th and 27th -p. n... ( .....Cromantmn..... ...lth, 21tad l-t a l n.
using Chamberlain's Pain-Balm. I pur- ..nrles and Bravhbes 4ts all rmedi.-ine '. -p.-,.:l has i.en e m l,.leC fmy 8t.h, 18th nd 28th a.m ......... Apalachi'ol........ 1ih,'1stnd ltp.m.
."ARRIVE.'X ,EA VF
chased a fifty-celit bottle and u seI it ac- dn.-ldcr-.. I lrtf, fi (B.t;yv .. ir:, ind bf a fl the lun- 9th, 1h d t am. .... ('n'arralill. .., If-th. 20th and 30th ntin
cording to the directions and ihe 't -......... __ ilied -ft'r.nmenis, I- lin ."i ,'ecive-l inro-e _____ _
nornuing she walked to break st wirl,,,it iPIlf~i IAsRnS b lrte, ai 'l i. : Lin:- ., LI,-i frimi, nnv. ,il.. '
instei i maned Jr BALSAM ohin .1. l-.,'. .- ., -,,,,in.,rJ t, Ohii-." I Co-neet at Apalachicola with stlamnerq mup Cbattaboochbee River. -At
...is e itay manner, an. d she ? a. n,..ii Cleanses an .bauti the ,\ t', fr a ',v 2 ;ecift ii5--Asik Carrabelle with :'. T. & G. IRalroad for Tallahassee.
hid a similar atl.ck ,,,.-Nevera.l"o-A. s. t" h. i o a an r n'O'ir dr.i -i.'r, onr t lire nt',,r frL esnpse For further information, freight rates and special r-tesa fOt tare partse tp,
For sale iby L M. Wi Anre, St. A nlre t Hair tol ItYou thiul colo. I IZ ( ., ..a, -A PIT. AS. 'T AATr ; M>llli. AalaulJ.


UAY'S


LIVERtY,


5-


-Thoe Boy is comnmisionedto tbr AMES COULDN'T IMAGINE.
seller and buyer together for a mDosI s
sirable bargain in real estate about. t, 'qtory That a New York Clubwoman
and-a-half miles frent the Bu.o on Tells About Herself.
on the Par-oer road. Five a'r.':- ere is a good story which a-clubwo-
ngrod fenced tells about herself.
ground, fenced, with good two-sto At one time,' he sa "we hada
cottage and furniture for small family n coC'ed butler wht sta!f"with uswbr
v.ill bo give -away -er lJets than hal ycs, and- *Who..dit'j-ed-my m lband'
whai the imnproventments cost., it ltke' ensely. He thou -r;'f' At'-r. If.
very soon. Title perfect.; location de- a marvel of manly beauty, as well
sirable. Call at or eaddr-'ss the Buoy i-l.he embodiment of aU the virtues.
for full particulars. ae te. professional and otherwise
Scoursa I quite agreed with te but-
The Young Peoples .aptist Union I ,n this piint, but the fact i 1 some-
meets at, tlhe Baptit chuchurh ele-ry t .v pined to have him pass his en-
Sunday at 3 V. m. All Invited. th ia;,.ic complinients -around to-the
The Y. P. S. C. E. meets every Sun- ft ly and not bestow them all on the
day afternoon at 3:;30 o'clock Lat the do ur. So one morning, when Dr. H.
Presb.yterian a urchl. All interested Ia just left the breakfast table and
in Christ.ian Endeavor work are wa ven thou to be seen, an imposing
earne-ati"v uivited to attend. piI1<;'". as be stood on the front steps
drai ug on his gloves, I remarked to


Than Rich."
. Wise-. people are also rich
Wien tht knfetu M perfect -
remedy for all annoying dis-
eases of the blood, kidneys,
liver and- bowels. It is
Hood's Sarsaparilla, which
is perfect in its action. It.
so regulates the entire sys-
tem as to bring vigorous
health. It never disappoints,
Coitre-" For 42 years I had goitre, or


- Flojrda. ..


CHIPLEY | ST. ANDREWS BAY .HACKtlINE


A.5. C.C3-A."-Y-. PROPRIE'TR. I W.. W C, (--A&', MANAGER


Parties en route for St. Andrews Bay or other points


Feed aRd al Stable,
-A.-"TJD


Chipley,


Don't get s-ared t nlon oL.r hr .: 1ou- Ju: r. UI m UCI, WLcU WUS ait- ca at
a 'ls you M,.- likely you sutfer franom l r. H. is a handsome man, isn't couraging and troublesome. Rheumatism arrange *f o conveyance reasonable rates by ad-
. bt '. c D. tllSi. I r`-1- h"h e ina am. 'Deed an he is, oaomd Sarsapa dressing, A. J. D AY, Chi ley, Flerldi.a
" ,Ch.it 3 e. It %il llP i v ,,:'. el *r, a'a e a is cred rile completely and the swelling a l i
(111 .1 I I knaiam. 'Df e an b entirely diiappeard. A lady in Michigan . --, -., -- -
d spLIMia. F. P. F iackin & St,. keep it. maa a with gratifying enthusiasm, sntaw rely previous testia onial anid used-
Cured u. -'T *, hoping to get a rise from H',-" andl was cutire:y lured of the same I. F. BRACKIN. I A C.AS ET- S '(IOT ,:]E~ I W. L. BRAC(KIi
Jame* added with an absentminded trouhl. she th"'eFrl me for reo'ommend-
t A correspondent of the LondonxSpec- airI I scarcely Lknew what I saidIt." t M. HErlLA.D, 4.A Lqvel
tator thus tells how a matadlicted to st ring y inmost
the spitting habit was cured: "The cap-M."
k tain of an Atlantic steams whip. wp. nervoune d DEALI-S IN
I ~s how to iunduce a p- eB .Y a handsome man as Dr. H n,. appetite. Used hced's Sarsaparilla,
a filthneabit t t s' Dr gained strength and can work hard all day; .
t*ror A ne.f;i-thy 5'abit spitting on" s tel to marry such a homely eat rIurtily and sleep well. I took It be-
l-deck. Among the pasenbers was a gen- I am?' I' : helpd my husband." MRs.
tk-man well known in Toronto 40 years e\ James just stopped short and ErU-.tn.Tn J. GirFE s9, Moose Lake, Minn.
ago who undert.uok to stop him if a rWlet h eyes and shook his head as if ,M!:es Wak Strog-' I would give l. :aS H and Cap .
S quarter :' ,i .e f',r locd's sarsaparillaa i) i :-I.......,,.
quartermaster were placed at his dis- e ave t up Then he ejaculated: id l t get i for less. It is the best
posoL The captain closed with the 'ie veu knows, ma'aml' "-New sp:,i.:meodliine. IL makes the weak strong." ----
Soffcr. and then man was directed to fetch York S,. oArI,:T A. JAGN.o. Doglastown, N. Y. .
a bucket it wate.:r and a mop and to Ho r(
fll.:. the offender up and down the Ligtt From Sugar. V. Hosiery.
t dcck. The result was completely satia- A phenomenon, the cause of which 'S u I-sO L %
Factoryy" has not yet been satisfactorily explain- "a '
Two of aed, was described at a meeting of the C-/
.Two or n KInd. British association. Disksof loaf sugar Fn.,s Pills i.ie ler ills: no.irritating and <'$
S Sixty cents f.:r a few pnges of sheet were mounted on a lathe and rapidly ,.,,'...ti,,n ,,n .,- t sh rne'd SoarSRtTI illa
mu--ic? Whew! Yoau music dealers rotated while a hammer played lightly ....
don't want moro than about 600 per against them. An almost continuous The rid of LIon 4
eent -tEridgee-Lio.4- -0
cnt' St on your fiLff, doyou?" radiation of light was thus produced The laryrst bridge in e.xitenceis not, C) /X -
S-yc.'re tL' dru -gist on the opposite from the sugar. It was shown that the a on would imagine, the work of some =5
-ornerare't, y ou ?" light did not ariee from heating of the fami ;English or French engineer. -
"Well, I never kick when sugar, an it is believed to be caused Thi Lridg' "inrratIvely little. known,
fWdll, I never ick when yos' w argth by some change taking place in the was cunstru.tud lon ago, in China, in WW&
rue half a dollar f.r 3 cents' worth of sugar crystals. The act of crystalliza- the rein oi the Eu:porr Keing Long
Srazs dissolved in anpint of water. I tion is known to be sometimes accom- It is situated near to Saneang and
7uees we grasping monopolists had bet- panied by flashes of light. The practi- the Y9llow ,ea, and measures not le. -HUSES
ter stand together. "-Chicago Tribune. cal bearing of these experiments is on than i-ht Amils and a half. T. 0
the question of the possibility o obtain- The prid, of Lionu. a! it is called, is "EI T TL) \-"
Shake Into Your Shoes in-g artificial light by methods as yet supporte,l by S0d iuiue.se arches and .4-
Allen's Foot-Ease, a po;-der for the untried.--Youth's Companion- its foundation is 21 meters under wa-
feet. It cures painful, swollen, fra4- %ter. On each p1
'n e ina8 T.. ;s ,u.,,b v nter. On each pile of this wonderful / PAINTS end OILS,
in. tinervous feet, and instantly takes Tli, u-.re an hltiev jo, yr..ear Ibigoe isa marble statue of a lion, three /
th(. chtin-'out of corns and bunions. It's I.rc l ,nI le e larger than lifeo size. The coup
the greatest comfort discoveryc3f 'the De WVNist' Little Earls 'Rrsrs, the 'ainos time larger than life size. The coup OUEENSW ARE and HARDWARE.
age. Allen's Foot-Ease makes tight little pil g fur counstipalion nod .lier d'oeil of these 300 enormous lions, each
ornew shoes feel easy. It is a certain trouil-.l'. For a,le by R. F'. lBrn;kin & Son one supporting an arch, is stupendous
cure fr sweating,, callous and hot. in its magnificance. 1
tired, a ting feet, Try it today. Sold Lote In Lapad.A. !
by all duggis and shoe stores. By When a young Lplader i in love That Throbbing Headache
E .' d AlenT Ooa with a girl he and she run a race. He e u Corner of Dayview and Wyomina ven on ayFront
FREE. Addr'css Allen S. Olmstead, I)t. Kirn's ,New Life Pills. Thousand.o
LeRoy, N.Y. 1 heavily handicapped, so that she may f iave preed their alchle. ]asu re
win if she choose, and if she outrun erit for sik an nervous headaches.e.ar Notions!
Vanity In Somaliland. him he cannot propose again. Of couri. T,|ey make pure blood and t.roin \Vh it .i'ne cano'o find at ani,, oi h.r Stn,, cone lh the C A K E T
If you wish toniake aSomali woman she suffers herself to be overcome if she nerve'.t a..d bi;!up yourbealth. EasK
* absolutely happy, you give her a look- cares for him, but the consent of her to take. 8r0y theRm. Only 25 ets. MoL S T O a, get.
ing glass. She will never before have parentminust be obtained before she can e3 I.Ltk if not t ur-c. Sold Ly all drili rad Pes a d Cakes Specialties.
aeeu one, but feminine instinct will be macti, -i. The law oI he \ land i very M U ,P.s.. a Ga .s, Sp.. e Pltes.
teach her how to use it. Mrs. Alau strict o this point, and in olden times 1,T i'l ,l & I"t, I D, 1 I-Yl)D\I),P Pi,,n,'p ,r.
Gardnnr, on one of her big game shoot- the man was b-nnjeict to capital punish- "l w Dw -t D
ing expeditions in Somaliland, gave a ment if ae married without the consent A i torne.at' t Law, 9 -. .., ..-- --.- .
native woman a looking glass for a ot the giri's parents. ( 1: :,. \\ AI .,N'j,.x 'otc.\'r;, FI..
Chri tnmas pr.-.nt. She was so delight- After a Lapl.r ner has chosen n bride THE P'0P UL AR
edv.iththe fir.ir 'tcleIrsi-htofhertdno kv he irsrat of a tirdl,, a gird-le.,I,,I !'il: 11.i-, ltev el, eti,,InJV. wV
C.' i e fit.n.., C tibt shie _at t. ro ._;h two rn.,-.: 3. 7 D,.r uf bra h., li,.t
entire d-s an unuhts outi Mra. r c .f her ldit, bat U r
Gardner's tut g-.azi'ng wh rapture at remni.ns o:uutsi' nntitl invited to enter, ,e PE P0-SAG oLA r I F'a, onii \iin ni n .o l Uii,,ii D nrt,
h o whin a bunmp'r ef tbranly is-3t.?re'd to V41c
On the muc.a:.gof the third day the the irl's tth. l dinks it it isa fro
fame of the longg glass had spread sig' h,:. cr...ents to the ia rriae, and O3U 7W A T. AA ND E /S B A Y .
through the country, and a row of 40 the byolDn1g lovr then o r.ruisc to give I, tI le r a iig Iilt', in. t';lin' us
Somali women. c. llectcd filom far and the 9ir 1 "ie crlJth-s. ,.-. y a u. 1 i" 1 ;r *-, '''". ener ,'; .. Rooms Corf table! Terms Reasonable!
near, was engaged in taing an almir- of t-n y g-nray a hr.lrcd c-er Rooms Coble! Terms Reasonable!
I,3-- n a ,. an adm ir-"
ing turn at the magic mirror. When dolrkra, d.w n i the s.-ot. Toh.-, 1f ?! I. ......-.....
Mrs. Garner came on the scene, she counr., iNs a r-,:nant of raarrTia.e by
was greete-d by 40 feminine Somali puicla-e.e whi,..h in prizoitivetims Suc- is' i:,,,n,,.i ,,., i, i.:l,, a,. ,, i.. t,,n-,- LA ESTANDMSTCOPLETBUGCYATORY ONEARTH RWRTEOR
voice, joinol in chorus and each beg e inced a bti r,..,,Ite ,,,.h-,, i.,. ARGETANMOSTCOMPLETEUGGYACTORY ON EARTH WRITE FOR
going for a lo king glass "all to her- l nn are p ilistc u in ,land, a .11,.v -.s,,. 11 i ,i. sIn ,,j O ,, i PRICESAL
self." I But, alas for the limitations of and the marri|rie c,:.umonny is vr ,i, ,, ,,, I,, I,,nn...,mj .'i i--t e A 0UE
a sporting outfit, the dusl-y belles were short.. in, ,i,-e vea-r her hair alcoe. oi ..idi l 'i i nu.-h i ;iu-t .t ei-
obliged to cont nt themselves with t e ; Bhe t awl hras a owila roudh adh. es is-. :ii (..s ifI n si.m. ,il . \ 1LIn.1 cpi--
one coummual mirror. And the woman HPr pre enm:s and her dowry are. reneral- '.i, i: nI T 'l1
with the luking glass remained for ly reindile-r, and the and hnerbrider:? 0tm ti't IO I .ll t1t.I'd I I. |i ll -,
many weeks the most important person rea,.iu nth hr ,pant!s fur a year aft- .iil tvAr i-at n. i-
in Somaliland.-London Illustrated er mani alge. o', n -..- ,1 'ir ,,,i. i. I :S
e.A Frigldful Blunder ,. ,, i ,u ,..i u... i .i. .\: si... OUR G oaO ARE THE EST-,""
C URE rheumatism by taking Will nfe c'aume a horrible burn. scaid ,,,, ., i -, ..,. .. .r <. OUR PRICE THE LOWEST
1t ood'a Sarsaparillawhichby neu- Tt tvennrs iae. Hu oklenf r iga Sal h C
tralizing the acid in the blood perma- the best in the world, xilL kill the ;ir The Lartemal la.thi- RAD:DV ., *urrl. Indcanaposap.,
neatly relieves aches and PAINSw, anho lumn y 1.,-:l it. Cures old s es. i L, :t...1 .. i e .'i. M .- nd
a ifeprver .ioere-, _nlP IN S , il. felons. corns. r,, i. n- I-ll. ("n ", C fi.f 2 I ',,- s -D
As to Vroviden&e. i n e Pid I ti tio s. B -t pile ir clu,: u' .. - l --. __-_.S B.- I-
A country parson went to see a hum- wanted. SoJd y a? dt.-.1 ias. Ca't-
ble parishioner and, if possible, to com- a *T"j 4 r S
fort him sotmie little under heavy trou- A Pointer o Ch.ldre. 0. Mu Suit r
ble which had befallen. The pastor A writer in The (Century tells h ow a k L ll D l lS I n
found the homely old man in his deso- the noted French ahit Boautt do e' WBYBUYING OIREOT FROMr 1l'
late cottage alone. He said many Monvel. became a palterof children's 'E. ROSEiNYURGER & CO., CONIL.AMMERCE ST. EA*ST OF -W ARE& CO'S STOFRE.
things, and added that he must try-to portraits:
take all affliction humbly, as appointed tD M1 ne il-t.1 to ae 1fal of1 0 CITY.
to us by Providence. atmnosphcre and an . fe]ing for The Lrgest Gi n ir -I,= '.O,4,
"Yes,- said the good old man, who the out f d,.:'r w:.rlJ. The fine effects Manufacturers in America. irn :
was imperfcl i nsltruee inetheology, o f liht- td shade, p+the, ti.fne and C0W OuR G ArO.mn-d O a.Ptli
somehow that there old Providence have far .yosud any ,tlir s of their class, IT FOR i "' i
there'soneaboveas'll put as topperon animate artist. ot de or lnvel with-traPanta nk5 .l DR. Wi. '. MITCHELL, PROPRIETOR,
The rigt b ego t i far "Btmore Nbewt to S\^we Pay EIxpressae.
he if he go too fur."-Baltimore New. spoke to the children of France as they TheS.t r mw e p or Al. Cr rs is ProFessional Serv ices to the Citizens of St, Andre ws a -
TVauted Them AII. bad never been .pi ken to before. Bend- rimmed with 'a-tbsaekSat en thit ee of rkti" i-rou- g COntry.
Julia Ward Howe was once talking e eih picturesthey E-.broldcred Saihr Collar, ii to i5 scan. itais- \Iav be ,li ,tih re.his ( sii,,e ,,,,tiiui inesin Vi-ta aVi-hlln fl at eight.
with dilapidated bachelor, whoretain- thefatiers nd rothe ,-l.,okiun~A uo l ladol, iw o.n 1thi re r t,,n ..r.a.. ta
ed little but his conceit. "It is time the litler onds mro w l g from u C ldl pee fte eltion it large ti smnl ri te.
now," he said, pompously, "for md to the ettle onswn Mi'il enjoyed .
settle down as a married man. bu'I to the paaes rver vbhi nithey bent, saw 6 ThIs St.ie -
want so much. I want youth, health, at once that h.re fpirc r I A. Sith Q csra'uo-Et
wealth of course, beauty new and rare faculty P.ir Pat
ealy, po said Mrs. Howe, sympathet- ing childhood. They sought Boutet de L i I ._j
aey,m you poor man, you lwa.t tern., till he became; one might sy, .lU
"painter in ordinary''to the children. a a
The right leg is far more subject to -
accidents than the left. It has been WVhr He Stays. O 0 lii



















Stliursday, April 6, I1S9.

ST. ANDREAWS
PRICES CURRENT
GROCERIES.
tugar, nb Tea, Ii B
Granuliated ...... He No ...... 55
Coffee,A .... ,,.1 Gunpowder.. 41)
Lt brown..... 5 Uncol'd Jap.40-6t1.
1tflee, Cond milk, caIan
Green... 12(S20 Unsweeti.'a. 10
Arbuckle,lb 12-15 Sweetened. .... 8
linger snaps 31 25 Baking powder
raqckers,soda 10 Royal...... .. 5v
.hliaceo, plug "0a6ft Campl)ell ..... 10
li'isins Canned fruit
I.oniloii layers.8-15 Peaclhes... I 0tu'
8",=i im in.... .. Tom atj)ef .1' -I
4 .......... 0
'-, . i A [ 'r .... .. . )
ples' i'<..r. .. ... I ;
a1 -. I li Ii .... ,.


.1 .j. --


Dried Peac-hes 8
,r.l Oil prgual .... 15
.as)oline . . 2 1
Florida Syrup .. 40
1f iac0y ......... I I. )
'iit garir........ 30
',heFt'e pi lbh 15
hiat'r. . . 25-30
Lird .. . 8-I10
Lte n ....... . 4
. ('Diun it ( g . Ilt
fiinit Puddine 10
lelly, glass s 10.i2,;.
Linit, JIui-e...... 4.1
Eggs per dor. 15


Pi piict..t. l~.:.. I
Piiic-aip1-e . .1- 721
CaIi;,ncl M~eal s
I"Oacis Beet-'. --.I
Corned Reel..-I
Chipped l'iIl


PeI.nis . 10F
PL in 1 ;it......li :., I


PnIOVi1IONS.
Flour Pork
Am'nSwan '. .2..5 D. S. pr I....... 7-
Majestic .... 2.75 Bacon Sides.. ... .
)orn Meal pr l,60-70 Fresh ....... S.alI
nt Meal pr Ib.. .5 Br'kf'sIt Baron. I1I
urun perln I.... 55-GO Ham eanvassedil12i
ol ltoes Shioulleis . Ill
Irish ..... 1 20 Beef
I ly 11'se seed 1.20 Corned......... 8
S %i% et ..... 60in'7S Fresh.- ....... .8a110
alt, pr sack .... 85 Dried... ..... %)5
TaIhe ..... ... 5 Milk prqt1 ...... 10
H HARDWARE.
SNails,n ery lt3%a4 "Ax,with handle.. 75
Galvi e' do.6:(fi Hoes, each. . 35s50
",'*lillr rope. l -,' plihinl,. can 45
ioves ,ooh-,. .,ba'.t iiiseed ,ii. -ai155(160
Si'p.. per joint 15
I)ILY GOODS,
'ri s, iper yd.. 5a Chec 'eelh . I, l. no l .- l .I n41ill
luslin . . 1kilI Iiir i per siu I.
IVauis. ....... I ,4A Shoes., ldies 4 a'iJ i75
!;xt a n iliulil. pit "25. MC11en'm .1 4lii:I i)
M.ItREI.I.A N EOU'-i.
HIay pt c t 73al I) O lats pr i. .... ;
Riran ........ 1.25 li ek pr M .. 13 0(
Rope Sisal .. .7( 9 Lime pr il... .
FIUI IT iiid NU'l-S.
Oranges pir dioi.. Peciios pr Ih.. .. 15
A pplen ........ 1 W liliiuls ...... 1.
i.t'iuo i.93............1 Alminund-l-... ..I! "
n l sell ,ri,0p i 1i.5I p i'pei -'d i qt IS,-
1.1 V ,: s TC .h:I.
Muless ... *, t :,a llH }logs. ... . 3 li .$-I.
'xen. pr )i k O Shit. p ........ .
C'i<-kelp eihi !.1. c es Ue .each 4 ,',t.i
I' rkv s ... i. t .0J1 Duik ...... 3,I;I
G A ME.
uF I -'; 11.
10 41 .


A' l t l iu ,.h '." .li ll I 1. 1, .l ll;
Sr, l . . ... . 'T ru .... ,.' i
!-1nil P i- o 11 r 11 .1 l i'tio l pl ii . In.iM
miii.enili .e ... . 0 M..-l.,v rna .i.il
I.I.M ;1 E .I
Flo. I inag, .'.iling.
i'rt, V in .414.1 0.il Heail. "'f, li1 t 14I (if
F l ee . I'l. 12 F co .. 12. 1l
S up . 1 ,1111l Sap . !0.I
H e:it l I' W'e 111rii i.! I 1 I'lia' .. j .I* 2 i0

; u e il I l ih ll. l, -...' L lh '.r .11 . fill
eaIp 1 ..'111 'lieont linil.r i.
dresse i ....$-ll

DI)at'niess Uannot be Curedi
)by local applialiiolln.- as Illh y (ianitut
reach the diseased poili')h,s tI-' h th ear
There is only oine in- r i:-. dien ni-'-Q ,
anti (h,, is 13b. to n -i :i ii .n ;l r-ni i .n ,'s.
Deainess is cai i.-,.d !. i 1n ,1ii 11n d Ione, di,
lion or lie riii il. :irnii a o ihii- -.-itu te -
EfcLiin Lti:. e. %\ ii.-rn 11 11 i to I ,0 is ,n ,-l
you hibar a rutialilrg ;ound vi Iilnpt;in 't
hearing, and whcii it is enti.hely ovlujil
deafuess i the result, ,tid u:nle.-, tli n i -
fiauniauion canl le (tikeli out raid iW i tnfb,
restored tni il its oinil condition, l.iari;n
will be dest roued i'f-revur; hine .t'aes oiil
of ten are c-at.sfd lbi e.at-iitlch, which Ia
nothing hult '-i ilfit:llihd ull.ill.,.A ot Cl lit
InucOu e111 I lccn-.
W e %will give i.' !Fiiha!!,l d ll.ji,..s I )i
iy icaise of d1 uiinesr (cau:..-l ,'y .:. r'Ini
hlat c:ti ioL t he Leuitd I I t.,l:' Ctlar':ih
Cure. Setid for ciideilars fi',.'
F. J J CIENF.Y & CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by Druggists, 75e.
Hall'a Ii'aivilv Pills are the liest.
Not nttltod ito It.
."He wants a divorce, baid the law-
yer. "because he says his wife refuses
to cook for him.
"He's not entitled to it," replied the
dyspeptic partner "No man is entitled
to a divorce unless his wife insists upon
cooking when she can't." Chicago
Post
On the Yukon at a distance of from
700 to 800 miles from the sea there are
many points where the river is 30 miles
wide.
It never disappoiBts. This s one of
the peculiarities of Hood's Sarsaparilla.
It cures scrofula, salt rheum, huirors,
stomach and kidney troubles,nervousnesg.
Hood's Pillip cure all liver ills. E40y to
takeo, sy to operate; reliable, suro. 2?e.


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MdvGENERAL W.R.SMITH
LEXINCTON, KY.,
For drelarfhisBfamoingl anad responsible
COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UNIVERSITY
Award" tedasd e .,. W .Wae paMme
lOsef to _bola _nls of g tadutO inl poitikm.
,Val Dft^a rod, inefbac TuTe.
_IOI in ih-uin,. boutqii.
BW1zIakd,Typ-Wriing,and Tiarphy, Specialhia.
.nM KQ.aetky nlir vL t pl, ,am, ,uofder .aL
aw.rs4ed n Lru .,itierary Outiknre free. it dStir,
a0mn4e. haver. E enter now. Gmaintea succdu lg
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Personal. A Tto0isand Tongues. TEA TABLE ETIlQ E.
W. L. Brackin, of the firm of t '. c'-uld not express the rapture of Apnie
Biacki & Soil., left on the Alpha Springer, of 1125 Howard st., Phila- zz n. Ceatn".. On- ,j *oea d
r 1' delphia, Pa., when she found that Dr. laii.: .h la
r a few weeks recreation. King's New Discovery for consumption I Tea d:-inIl: g l.a: I,,. e ry f.-h-
Mrs. C. L. (r,,well. after spenliig had completely cured her of a licking I iuua.b .murn-: ns ift' ,t le,(t
o ugh that for many years had made .i i ';, , ,P at
very pleasant winter iin St. An- life a burden. All other remedies arid I as. ichi$ l.*wau aJ ,i cIn-
ews, left oni tho, Alpha fur hie II no1 e doctors c-ould give her no -lp;. but .h,. |i ter.rv ",..;-, 1 .t i ,nl3trrus
Mosaville, ]eoria county, 11 says of this royal cure-"it soon reiLiLv- i C r aLLi, .' ,riei,. "t,,np
ved the pain in my chest and I can now times of hood und Ui.-p hei.ir own
John Knott and niece, Miss Ash- sleep soundly, something I can scairce!y ctijuetto, or a north nout 1 3l to be re-
rn of Peoria Ill., who have been remember doing before. I feel like vive-d. ,'r L.aL.,, iia~ k ii,,wof a
sounding its praises throughout the faeh:onb'le lady who a]ld.1 her tea
ending the greater part cf the universe." So will everyone who tries w.1L h,r ,ur-,,th' Y.\.--. .ug tys of a
enter ia- St. Andrews, departed on the throat, chest oralungs. Price r5u certain bewidering LAd ety:
Alpha for their northern home. and $1. Trial bottles free at any drug Hir two re.J li a n,~t,'r r.: vr- Il w
T1 T ou c lith,.-. L,3,o-: anId' i Lhu .-.:La,
store. E%.e.'y bottle guaranteed. hMI o o ,1.4 b;. -.:, .1cc n h Ii c'nin,pi'e
People Who Live Long. The Excepti to the Rl@. To lif' uE cup) aind l,it.ull. thiw: .ld nJmire.
Among the inany c os things A .:,ain a pasj.-. i' c-.,.uporary lit-
Aong by themany ciosthe followthing alsted-Queer thing happened over :, ah ...r l a I olit-
ted by the rttuaries the following o? the west side last nigh. th .t i .a lack of
a a few of the ru-t interesting. Wo- ~abash-What was it? go.d inanners' to t:.kn munh cream or
n have a mcLih better prospect of sn ar i, iio' t';L. ',-l Q a l.-dv 4,f glal-
have a moach better prospect of iHalsted-A young man playfully -t.. .... l
.g life than men, and the chances (if ityto h-r aht; I uct further
rried people e ac distinctly higher snapped an unloAded pistolathis sweet- advise you, H:ri-rit..- nJt to heap such
2n those of bacrtIajr-- and <31 mid. W h And thmfnral, tad-leI ountains 3of fugar into your tea, nor
these of backrs and ,lil mhaids. WaLash-And the funeral takesplace to por iLh ad. 'e ,) .r,. in. Peo-
From the data prm:-vided hy the ree- tomorrow, of course I ptoe urill crt a di 'ne of cre in.fr theo-
ls of varions 'ch-rches it has been dn- Halted-No: that's where the queer da certf ain aie .ou for the
ced that the peaceful e Quak.rs have rt coes in. The weapon failed to go d ut otr dii.
st treqt-,i uty recpiv'ed the 1. -in: C-ertain other ( vau s a. T .re.


ln -gtl r'inidsoein thE. Lii


niarkahlih imong Methodit clrgy-
men. Annuit:rnts as a clars live'from
three to five years longer than other
people, and this is not dne to human
perversity, as some inmorists have s,,-
gested. It is utu-oubtedly due to the
lack of worry re arding the changes of
fortune when a regular income is a cer-
tainty.
Although no statistics have been col-
lected on the death rate in the civil
service, where the yearly income almost
partakes of the character of an annuity,
it would perhaps be found that there is
some scientific basis for President
Grant's cynical observation regarding
this class, "Few die and none resign."
-Ainslee's Magazine.


LEGAL NOTICES.
Dissolution Notice.
The partnership lieretuofore existing he-
>ween the undersigned is 'his dty dis-
solved hy mutual consent, John R.
Thomwson ret rinz.
The liusineos will be conducted ty L.
M. W ,rl, w ,ho assumes all lialili'tii s stand
to ih m Alti iindel)tediness.is pntvable.
L. 1. W :VA!;,
*Iyo. R. THO,~Pson.
St. Andrews Bay, F a., Mir'. 30, 1899.

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.
March 27, 1898.
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make final proof in sup
port ofthis cla:m, and that said proof
will be made before the clerk of the
cirCUit court at Varnon, Fla.. oh May
13, 1899, viz:
JOHN E. EVANS of Point Washing-
ton, Fla.,
fHd 239-145 for tlihe 4 of the ne} and ei of,
nw i'f se,. 25, tp 2;, r 19 %v.
He rJtumen, the folhowii, witnesses to
prove his continils rebidenec ujpoi
and cu tivation.of said land, viz:
Lafaye:te (c.sey, G. W. Lee, LT. .T.
Miller uant Jh'J!i MaN:h.,ll, all of Paiui.
WH -'iington, l'!,t.
W. G. Ho- I NoN, Register.
':-, ?"Editors 1:e i:i':L..


i 0 2 lt-t):1.
TI 'E k ']()i.i.\'' N
LAY_0 t ;i -.I h A: ., (;'%INI Ft. ,F, a..I

Ntli.-:' is h ri.v'eb ,i'.-en that h fil-
lowino. named e!etli r hs li'ed n1ti-,,, r f
his ihi i i-iti vn IU iaikiek n:all i'lru,) Iu -;L.,i)
poer of IiH ', i: .i, .d lat-.r id,.i pc. i.f
wi'i be Lrnd- b'ore,-ek rk oft the cii c:li
coul-t at Ver.un, Flia., on .ty 1.3, 1 ,'i,
viz:
LAFAYETTE CASEY. of I',oiI.t V.t-.
i ., ,il"
Hd i.'5 iir "i .' ? *. -
25, and thei i o' e ;, ; lo: ],j ... ..
3,8- tp .-, r l!) w.
STe names the f ;li-:- :n1 wit..-'.-.-:s ,10
prom' u5 h.s O .tlli-''i!I :"..'-,: C. Upo-' alud
cjIlti, ia'L_ of said i .,L, ]. vi:-:
J. E. l"...v : l .,.e [a,. G. M ;1 r,
and J,, Mr,..Il, all r r P,)int Wa.i.-
ing .,n. F -i. .G. IOBI -, .
4.- 1 ~ li. 4 1 r e paid. Kuiiler.


First- Jl.ddh. i0'p, muit-of Flo-a 'F1;--

-Lee IIId a i~at-1, -a .,I I:n.
1.i-.e ~ 6 runn.~ i;.'sa iI i.al-e i-.% a-_.ri' i
ren r -o Ii-- 'ill Olkd in aliz "a-e iait.C2
'S~ln d.iN q,,h Ahpril. .A.' D 1-51)l
I'ii; or in ta'toa Iit pmIldkh-a..d ftin it-il
D~n'.I~n.1Oi~l~red lhi m ti- lic F12-IV-Iit I
M CI, A I 8a- nni aI It iiC I \
non1, Wa.iiag'.-rui- Cu., F:..
Wu. iB. i-F'i,
P3 L.I-I F, J.., I'; t' iA uo I ...!n-In Co .I- I
'pillI bivn.-cc ot tee

:F u-4 ii o ~.ld Uingtninit' a i~iri'.-Cit
Lr-n Willhi-iiis, .'I-nilr.:liiniait. vs. Alice
Will ia-ins -Del i-adisnit. Bill I'm-a'Div rumI.
11 is u'.iurdvtdl Iii.[ tltn.iii ildant, Ali's
NVilIuIuia~. r1pin-'al. sI- .ItI. 1,111%101% 01 c,(--
rani;-r 114 II~. .ih i 6.-Idill 111, IS%! -i ~ lafill.,
-I IiswI!- iit.,r tO -C 1.,: --for th.' FL-ia-
Ofd ef tOnr ii1. I:s illiheI '.Ani-.
Bon anc.ed cir dsred 11,; -1'`.Atlind.n v 01
M3 Ch A- l1894. *W. 111. LA.-!i]Trni-
IONlkCr Cl, WVashlltiaitl-uCo., Pht.
ilUTt.icR & FLI)oVn


A big yield of both
profit and satisfaction
will result if you plant


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WANTED I
Reliable man for Manager of Branch
Office I wish to open in this viciniiy. If
your -record is o. K. here-is a iRood opon-
Ilg. Kindly mention this paper wheo
wiati ng,
A. T. Morris, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Illustrated Ca aloguue 4 cts postage

Foy Sale oheau !
Grazing Timberrd Lands. including Rinpa-,
riLti Rights; in all 1,300 acres; adjoins
St. Andrews IBay. Fl ., for two and one-
halfrmiles. Euilin-ice's Shell Point. Prori-


Geo SS. Hacker & So


HALESTON, S

MANUFA..CT l.l KIS

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Bui]din r Materis
11 indlow a;d Fancey (Glass
.Specialt.y.


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mrnewbea'i1 in ~tbu-ll.i;Jasni'ug us


t tou' s l-Jar) baI inted he tme
ceremouic..'s c a tLem
conuited -in puttii i t oon in the
cup to show that o i eni was de-
sired; anotherens at erning over
the cup in the sac for e same p-nr-
pose.
Etiqnette also dc. ande that the tea
should be tasted fpoim the Epoon, and
that the hostess should. then inquire,
"Is your tea agreeable?" Certain scrn-
pnlons old ladies ak that now, ando
the question savors of a more sedate
and psatle day than this.-St. Louis
Republixa
AN EXPENSIVE EXPERIMENT.
The eald Bookkeeper finally R al-
nnces HIl Accountbs.
A south side man who is a clerk in
one of the leading izanks on this side of
the riv-er was in a communicative mooti
last night. During couverra'tin about
varions things lit, tk onaretrlo- ectivo
air and said, "There.; is nothing like the
faithful discharge of orne's duties, but
it is sometimes an expensive experi-
ment."
On being questioned as to the cause
of the remark he rn-ilied: "Well,. it r%-
minds rme of an expnri'ncce I ha.l while
employed in a prominent Fourth ove-


Lioi rear


Your Puise

K" .


You feel the blood rushing
along.
But what l:in-1 of blood ?
That is :hc qc,.'sion.
Is it pure'L.iood or impure
blood?
Iftthe blood is impurec i'en
you are weak and languid;
your appetite is roor anor cur
digestion is weak. You can-
not s!eep well and the moran-
ing finds you unpre ired fot1
the work of the driy. Toeur
cheeks are pale and y'.;r corn- g
plexion is sallow. You aro
troubled with pimples, bois,,
or some eruption of the 'iio. r
Why not purify your blocd ? V


will do it. Take it a few days
and then put your finger on
1 your pulse again. You can
Sfeel the difFerence. It is
^ stronger and your circulation '
t better. Send for our book on I
SImpure Blood.
If you are bilious, take
Ayer's Pills. They greatly
aid the Sarsaparilla, They
cure constipation also. x-
L L ow ell 'I'I".
SWrite them freely all the partlcul s I
In your case. ou v'11 recette a
promptre;witoutsosust. .
Address, D&. J. C. AtVt


I"-- mission ,,i l liv i i thovernihnent on Ofi-ilI
FN Hi-loiriani It thi' War DNpcrtment. The
.i %,i 611n -i1i- n ain (!,mamps at S'un


:l M.iiinilrn, in ithi insurgelt camn s wit h
M iji*" x.. .^'.g n l t:. ion inL cl-it (i tr !e ()lv ;pi-
uDsyS epsia Cure. "'"D.. '",,. ,. ,,,ti ,
i I ',h nnii; o1 M iiil: 1 n ii .on;. i;i for sp,o!s.v
Dige ts what you eat. governmentte ,. -p'ti.vi ti, p,.v
Itartifi allydlgest-sthefoodandaids L an' Ibuok. L,,w price.s. Big profits.
RIatare I strengthening and recon- Freight pi d. (' structing e exhausted digestive or- ,'trashy nr.ottici.l% "ar looks. Oifrit freee
gans. It'i helatestdiscovereddigest- Address. l'. T. B.irl-ho'. 'c'v,.. Siar lni-
ant and t die. No other preparation suranee lthrl..Chioeao.
can approA(h it In efficiency. It in- -- --____
stautlyreAi ve.anudpermanently cures
L. Dy;pep!i j indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence' Sour Stomach, INausea, rW W e S OM ER
SickHeadxoe,Gastralgla,Cramps,and r !mippa..O(.'t.o cut
allother restiltsoflmperfectdigestion WOI1)) A N D FENCE POST
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I Hnd~no Quack Nostrums.

H ESC E! T WJ S oEFULLY CUMPEUPICAE
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East Bay Cash Store.

PA KE F L A

Our Stock is Complete, Our Prices the Lowest
OT-UR, GrOO.'DS A.E!-, T-TE XEISTI
'1, 'il's .li.i,. i'n',1 ie i, as nrei- l al t .ve w ill .1t l,,, i un., b
The Highest ?,1arkei Frice Pa!d for C,(unlry Prcdu:e !


Pathbetl udd Prrellal.
Here is a "perion:il" that appeared
not long ago in a [ondon newspaper:
"Willl. retaiiin to yonr d;.structed
wife and frantic children! D.o you w,.nt
to hear of 3uur old mother's asnirciiL?


your tatier's coioreCw1 LA.. ...-uuuA r
And yet we say the Britou hap nW
very lively aen" of huimar.
A. A W un'i An',vecr.
8bh (conixin.giy;--i i.ci lik+a tp

PIONEER DRUG STORE.


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, oT .-Luicago iN ow.S.

A younng lady of very-extraordinary
capacity lately addressed the following
letter to her cousin: "We is all well,
and mother's got his Terrix, brother
Tom is got the Hnpin Kaugh. and sister
I Ann has got a babee, and I hope these
few lines will find you the same. Rite
sune. Your aphectionate kuzzen."-
London Fun.
A dutiful German son advertises in
the Leipsic Tageblatt: "Marriage-I
seek for my father, a strictly respectable
man with a quiet business, an elderly,
solitary widow or maiden with some
property in cash. Address, with a state-
ment of conditions. -- ."
The Hindoos were the first to ise
playing cards, though they were used
in China as early as 1120 A. D.

The Kidney Complexion,
The pale, sallow, sunken-cheeked,
distressed-looking, people you so oft,'n
meet are afflicted with "Kidney Com-
plexion. Their kidneys are turning to
a parsnip color. So is their complexion.
They may also have indigestion, or
suffer f.om sleeplessness, rheumatism,
neuralgia, brain trouble, nervous ex-
baustion and sometimes the heart acts
badly.
The cause is weak, nnhea!thy kid nevs.
Usually thelsufferer from kidney dis-
ease doos not find out what the trouble
is until it is almost too late, because the
first symptoms are so like mild sickine-s
that they do not think they n,-ed a ined-
icine or a doctor until they ind thelm-
selvessi..k in bed.
Dr. Kilmer'< S'vamp-Ro.at will build
up and strength-n their wivak and dis-
eased kidneys. purify their di-;oas.od
kidney-p)i<.;m.ed blool, clear their coni-
pl,-xiou and soon Llth will enjoy better
he;,lth.
Y )u cal Zt the i s-i u.-tr i7.; at the
dr.i' r,-, iat, 1'i I e t--i aui .1 ii e i]i> -r,
r 3'yo .i i;LV t -r.-t (;'-,,'n h t.n'y,,ur r-eil ti.i
< "> '..;-. f .:.i-, g -c,.t L. ... '-
ery, S'v;:inim not. 'v s,:n' it c.ir a I-
tlress to Ki'N P "mr Co. Bin --'t",-iO
N. Y" fo na -;i- np)' h.>1tle an.,1 h1,1-o1 th i i
t.e"la al ai -'or it, both sent ahi-iutelvy
f b', i. .i. \' n w rl int r i.-. lI
m in the St. Andre-w., Buno.
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&ilt E D8 BarEa for Somflu+ii!


Ond hundred ,nnl sixtv aci',-r,-, fl,,,i.ai
F 11 luin L.' ,ndl in ti,' :,=uih hnill r ,'' ; i,,I
7, itiw n ilp i.<, rt I.,ianp, I.H' ( .,,,
Slow:liin^ ttona-e iir ei \V'I|, r nvt-In i .11'
l'?-i\. le Plurnii. tr ., aindt n<.,irly I.i',0l.i
-Sf pe \',n>.. all in Iln '-nine. If ta;kfll

$1.OO O!
A n= l Ih ul nprouth e-nu =lol. i.-,-t a *-.i'.il
deal motr, Imnide'h WV nihl piLal'rr ci-lh
jllleil" lsi.' inOlla ]"or tf ll [ ti.i l i.4r id-
drecl's llth liv, i..'Aildrwl e'.y. Fla


nue bank. I don't mind teil.a it to
you. The hPad b-.'kkLepETr w., ai char-
acter in many ways. Method was his 'I i -urr Iad the -'oor.
hobby. He had a way of doing a-Very- A v,-ry" ,tti> fuilirity with tl.a
thing, and he never varied from the P,,or d'. i uta of any city is snflici,-nt to
rul-s he set dov.-u. Exactnesas inu hi ac- ibow how r'ruitivo and frontierlike
counts was a particular fad, and he are th3 n.ighborly relations., rys Jane
spared no pains .in carrying his ideas Adti mln ia Th.i Atlantic. The fact that
into effect. On afternoon in balancing tho Ccoaomic condition of all alikle i.son
our books it wr', fc.-.nd he was h,:ort 1 !a 1lart pr- r:lrious level makcsthe rccy
cent. We seal,'ied and searched, but ontw of syv:u;tl: .-and inaterial as-
when it eamou t.o tbe uunal time for go- distance tici mo,t natural thing in the
ing hol-e that c.ant was still mis.-ing. world. Ther.- are nmberIcss instances
"Do yon think the head bookkeeper rof heroic s If s-'c:ice quite unknown
would allow nv to goY Not much. Sev- in the circles where gr-ater economic
eral of us had eng.geinc-nut we wanted ndvant':..-s make th;.*t kind of intiniate
to fulfill, but it made no difference. knuowlcdgie of one's neighbors iip, ssi-
EnCrper time came, and we were no fur- ble.
their allbc.a- thia whtn we started. Al Iri-:b fi. :-. i .lih tb- n,.in
pleaded l.y thbi i:L'-eeper.. we repair-d bna- In. t -e- I c,' t e w,,a ' -
to a .'- in'ori nt for supper *tr- ']in ; t-, o-- .- o't i -.".... :'i-l -
cand tbL.'n r'-.u nel work. After .- n
erul hours the mins ing cent was f-mnad a ( h, r i' ... i. '.: li...- 1.,-. a
and the accounts balatuced. Bnt'in fig- tiunl! i : -. -.::,t ;,
during up it was di. coveredd that in iLa t s rtel'r' "..T, nr i -,,' .... . : -
s-irc hin., for the discrepancy of 1 cent c,:-.. ir. i nn',' ] i -! ut ., I.:'|":;-
the bank badl inuonrred a bill for suppers B l:': ii 'i s, .' y i. i...i ( .-c'*-t
to theamncunt of $7.50. "-Detroit Free rtf-rl -If c-'i ti s fl .ti.n: r.t or to
Pras s)', r {iro !tr supp r.
PrA wohi-i: f r.= "hom the writer h tid
The snimallst l iiin- many e,. t ih lon. f-ri'd iin v:,;n t+J f. w-rk t failed to
reinttus injfliaeii:e. I., W i:ts I.it' I i: r:.v apr-'".' .t' t t t:" ,Ppcniut'ed ti. ie wh nc a
.i04ers are niie l i, .0 i %.. r iuni 'l-i ti T :. I.t hl'st. Upon ilnvesti;na-
onii'ii i> on 1ni ; I, i. ul .- ..... 1 tion it t.in :i--.l that o n: ighbor f.r-
i all, he-t 11. -..fc pill. I ,, s. ,,.!. ,I : I tcr .--, nth-. w.2e t w as' ta!'n ill; that
1. I the ch; "r.-2 n for the f-iT;iil friend,.
-t wb'P wi ;'t, of course, Rsavying simpln.
"re [est I.r .." whn.-n r:.'anrFis f,,r h.br nosappeanince
"Whion I wa; a v,,Ua-i fi!o'., I was lwere denr.,. "It brol-me ne hart to
a dre.anc.r," aidl a i. u,.voia:nt cit0.n, leave the pla ,:. b vhat ('otI 'do"
"I thought that r 7 -. Lte.t I !-' a re --.
would be to givoe ir.-i-yr toith p,-r and t i-. of reilns.
live a life of sinpl unwori'dy dcvo- Geor" 1. E."..iund, had ia hih re;pn-
tion and gentleucis. hii.,t 1a v.-b'n I tati.:,n i l':i." .country as a n r, l l.wyer
was a --.ut 2'). and a fa.i _t'!'ila nI1 ilndep,-''-I"lt.t senator.
"At 2.5 I cnie into .ouie money r.ith- I H bavd n-n"'--:inaablv rendered gr eat
er une.=pectedly. The first thing I did pblie s,:r-:c in) toh senate. If elected,
was to give a dinu-ur. I .,-.t til y-th- I bi.:v ho h .- havo ad-nini..st, red
first time in my life. I hli- n fi.-ht with the prlor, i'l. '":- -,I tho principles which a
a waiter and nc.rly run:,.hed his eve l:rgi.- m. 1,.; -f the pe-ople of Masba-
out. I wa3 arrested n", h.:.d to-ibe bailed cbnlsct.!. i!.I ie wvas an excellent dOe-
out by my lawy :. The waiter sued T.e bater. 1U,. a very fond of criticism0g
for damages, and I was so arnry with anu obj. ct;: to -;at vwa proposed by
him and m yv.Ilf and the dowr.nfll of i?. j tr r,. .' .e-";d nicr o happy
great ideals that I r,-fns;ed to complo- n 01 Wro. i1a 7 ].., i :i i to the rjori-y
mise as my lawyer :rivied. Tho waiter of hi3 a.-,i-t ,. BP-t he polessed what
lort most. of his savings in fcrs and o- peLns u To.-it t. mrer coninonlv lackr-
penses, and his family came wailing to gre ,. .' i:; ,.,rt constructive states-
ask me to pay his doctor's bills and help mar.bir;. An;y rmcasnr of which he
him get a position and they would drop wa' the auth-..r would be likely to ac-
the suit. ompli: h 1is pnrpose and to stan-l fire.
"I came to my senses and did more David Davis. who was lircsidcnt pro
than thatfor them. Myold ideas, modi- tempore of tbo senate, used to say he
flrd and modernized, took hold of me could always compel E.L,:,'nd1s to vote.
again, and while I am a hard bended in the negative on a question by put-
business man today most of my friends ting the question in the Il N.w n: 4-V
are poor people.. But my first use of land fashion. "Contrary jiindcd will
money sh ws how flimsy the pedestals say no," for Edmunds was always con-
of most i eals are and how foolish it is trary minded. I once told him Lrruw-
to eay w etvwe would do if we could." trg a ying of an Englihnish lit i.t
-- r- -a eorge-E-imrpn7ds were tihe o1,; nuiin in
the world Geoi;go would tj-iari' I with
Ti' Bst. In the World. *Edmunds.---Senator Geor:e F. Loruar, in
W e l.,,!i've- CLaulb rl.nl'r t.',,mih R, i- Scribner'a.
e yIV Is 1 ,.,'. s 1 in tine hllOl, .s A f'i-A wek- One Qnatlfleanion. -
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h,, w U. l 11s i tile istme e -The Worklady-I tnhsik I could do
i f e. h .le e -that. mem. if the paper had stories in
r, ou r. and e .-T it.-Bo.t.,,n Transcript.
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8thee she went home
The evening shadows linger longer hwet
The winter days fill so much of the yewr,
Andoven summer winds are chill and draw-
Since she went home.
Since she went home
The robin's nest has touched a minor strain,
The old glad songs breathe but a sad refrain,
And laughter sobs with bidden bitter pain-
Since she went home.
Since she went home
How still the empty rooms her presence bless-
ed,
Untouched the pillows that her dear head
pressed.
My lonely heart hath nowhere for its rest
Since she went home.
Sinco she went home
The long, long days have crept away like years,
The sunlight has been dimmed with doubts
and fears.
And the dark nights have rained in lonely
tears-
Since she went home.
-Robert Burdette.

THE FATE WHEEL.


misery in i iace Tnien buu n euuu vu
him when he paused.
"Do you think I would marry a man
whose people would not tolerate me?"
she asked in passionate scorn.
Jchn started in amazement. Then the
recollection of some home speeches to
which he had listened lately sent the
blood to his face.
"Don't talk in that way, Kate, my
darling," he pleaded. "Nothing mat-
ters if you love me."
"Love you I" she cried. "I think I
hate everybody in the world-you and
them and myself."
"What do you mean?" he burst out.
"What have they-what have I done?"
"Tell meI" she turned on him furi-
ously. "Would your father and mother
and sister welcome me as your wife?"
John hesitated. He was naturally
truthful.
"Yon know they would not," she
continued. "You know they would de-
test me and do all in their power to pre-
vent such a marriage, and do you think
I would fling myself at them as you
ask?"
"But, Kate, dear Kate, it is mad-
ness"-
S Go away," she commanded. "I will
not have you here. I am going to cry,
but I am not going to yield, and I tell
you to go."
John had not been in the room half
an hour, and he wanted to stay longer,
but, having issued her commands, Kate
gave him no option. She went quickly
Into the inner room and locked the
door. So J-Ihn was forced to go, but the
love andI rage in his heart were fierce.
How Kate spent the hours which fol-
lowed most women know without being
t.'.'il; b-.:w J.linu spent tbum most men
can guess, but in the morning one idea,
e at any rate, inspired them both, though
, their motives appear to have been wide
h apart, for they both wheeled cut their
h bicycles and mounted them.
Then the divergence of their motives
was apparent. Kate, starting off ima-
- pulsively down the stretch of the road
- in which she lodged, longing only to
get away from everybody, realized sud-
y denly that the figure in the distance
n which had just turned the corner was
the figure of John Castle, and without
hesitation she wheeled about and sped
the other way.
That John was coming to see her she
felt sure, but she devoutly hoped thai
he had not caught sight of her.
The roads were slushy, butthe air was
still, and the wild strength she brought
to bear upon her ptedals sent her flying
Dver the ground. She realized, however
that the roads were no worse and the
Sir was equally favorable to John if h4


chose to follow, and her anxiety becar
intense.
As she turned into the busier road
she was forced to slacken pace, and th
hindrance set her fuming. She saw hi
cycles coming toward her, and through
thA clatter of carts and feet she seeme

Paul Perry of Columbus, Ga., suffere
agony forthirty years, and then cured hi
.piles by 'using De Witt's Witch Haze


The system of irrigation is mostly
that known as the ancient Hindoo sys-
tem of tanks. The word "tank," in an
Indian irrigation sense, means a storage
reservoir. A tank has no definite size.
Its area of water spread may be two or
three acres or it may extend to as many
square miles; its depth may be three or
four feet or 100 feet or more.
The word "koonta" is used in Hal-
darabad to signify a very small tank,
such as one of two or three acres only.
The words "sangor" and "cherroo" are
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Down every valley a stream must flow
in the rainy season, its size depending
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valley, in each larger valley, in each yet
larger valley again, one or more tanks
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age area supplying a tank may vary
from less than one square mile to 100
square miles.-George Palmer in Engi-
neering Magazine.
Advice on Prunin
If pruning is done prope y, no tools
will ever be necessary ex t a sharp
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many main l are 1ll d to grow
th jaaw w_ ilL S ta ^"few
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t which may be added a little l.npblaok,
if desired, to give a darker effect.-Re-
a port Colorado Board of Hart culture.
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It was certainly an unfortunate mo- e ae, bat it happ,-.n.
meant for John Castle to choose to put anything mig T began..It was steep
his fate to the touch, for Kate Manners Then th r o, narrow K
was in the mood to turn on her dearest aud rug
friend, and the sight of John Castle of gr
all persons was calculated to- er ~ a Is I Ly t*oBy over tohe j
tongue considerably. ground, T vte no thought to her
Leila Castlo and Kate Manners were uing the te method He was close a
students at the Datchley Art school, upon her n coming swiftly as an
Leila living at home with her family eagle. i
in Kclton road while Kate lived in As they neared the bottom Kate be- '
rooms alone. It had been pleasant for came conscious hat a big black object I
Kate as she grew to know Leila better was looming down the opposite hill.
to enliven her dayi by accepting the butshedid notheed it. "Anythingmay a
hospitality which the Castle family happen," was the only thought she was I
offered. They were kind to the lonely conscious of as she swerved close to the
little student, and she was grateful. hedge to allow the big thing to pass
But latterly Kate had noticed a with- Next moment there came a slip, a crash
drawal of the hospitality. Mr. and Mrs. behind her, a shout and a grdan. She
Castle bowed chillily when they met lost her nerve and swerved over into the
her. Leila became too busy to talk, and hedge-and the race was over
John, Leila's brother, seemed the only The shock half stunned her for some
one who remained cordial. His cordiali- seconds. Then she scrambled up and
ty, indeed, Kate was forced to admit, looked back. A wagone' was kneeling
had decidedly increased, and she found beside a man, who was lying very still
it by no means unpleasant, though she -the man was John Castle.
fretted and wondered over the others. John Castle lay motionless at the bot-
Then came the afternoon when Leila tom of the wagon on that slow journey
dropped in to tea, and while pretending back, and Kate held his hand in an
to wax confidential had lashed Kate's. agony of love and fear and remorse, not
pride and temper. The subject of Leila's daring to cry.out, yet finding it almost
confidence had been John's matrimonial, unbearable to keep silence.
hopes and plans, or rather the hopes! Her heart was soft and humble
and plans of the Castle family with re- enough when ehe reached the home and,
gard to John. saw the mother's misery, and she told
From hopes and plans Leila bad then' her tale as gently as she could. Only
drifted on to a description, more real- when she turned to Leila did her bitter-
istic than polite, of the style of girl ness rise again.
who often sought to marry Jbhn, but "Last night your brother asked me to
who would never be welcomed, nor in- be his wife," she said. "That," point-
deed tolerated by her parents or herself, ing to his still body, "is the result of
from which point she slipped on to hints my refusal. If yon wish to learn the
of the actual girl they all hoped and result of my acceptance, you shall come
felt sure John would soon present to and ask me for it."
them as his future wife. Then she took And Leila did.
her departure. Acceptances of love are not in the
Kate clinched her hands as she sat recognized list of cures and antidotes,
thinking over the ugly word picture but oue acted most successfully in the
that Leila had drawn of herself as the case of John Castle-.-so successfully in-
artful, worldly entangler of John's af- deed that once or twice Kate was tempt-
fections. She could be scornful as well ed to think his concussion a fraud.
as they. She- ,But a knock at the door However, if it were, so the end seemed
interrupted her angry musings really to justify tbe means.--Lloyd's
"Dr. Castle to see you, miss," said New.
the maid, and there stoodTJohn himself..Nes
He did not beat about the bush. He Horrible *7 Y ilu,'
hadl come to ask Kate to be his wife, hn. i, .d skin dii 0 e .r;,I4' 0,, ivn- "
and h.: went straight to the point. He nmedii;:t l relievedI anil quickly circd 1,
to:k the chair nearest to her, and he DeWitt'4 Witch Hazel .,ilve. .~i.t''-0 o.f
leaned forward and told his tale with worthless imitations. On =iale .it R. F.
his love shining in his eyes. But he Ir.ackii, & Soim's
was not prepared for the wrath and
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Company can be ea.il'. ta
or, parties may send us $1 and their
desoliption and we will locate theii
lota and return the Map by mail.
Address THE bUOY,
St. Andrews. Fla.
For 5 cash snilscrilbers. we will give na
a premium, I Sectional! Map of the Bay
country, or I Map of the City of St. An-
drews. Either man.sold sinrlv-$1


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Pioneer


beer intermntion of Providence. With
en and mules we made our way back,
id a happier reunion you never saw.
be bey grew better, and the big, rough
ainer burdened me with his thanks.
"Christmas morning he got me into a
ttle room back of the bar and said:
Pard, I hain't no talker. Here's a
hris'mas gif'.'
"It was a half interest in one of the
cheet mines ever developed out there.
le and I have been 'pards' ever since."
-Detroit Free Press.

Wells In Bahers.
Artesian wells sunk in the Sahara
desert appear to find an abundant sup-
ly of water without going very deep
or it, and this fact may in time put a
ew face on desert conditions, involving
important political, climatic and eco-
omical consequences. The English have
egun sinking them along the Berber-
nuakin road, finding water there as
abundant as it was in the regions near
he Nile when their first experimental
wells were put down. Flowing under
he Saharan sands there may be water
enough to fertilize oases all over its
terile expanse and rescue it in a meas-
are from its historic barrenness and
lesolation. Some years ago a French
mgineer proposed to cut, a canal from
the Mediterranean to the lower desert
levels, thus creating a new inland sea,
or, rather, restoring an old one, but for
mine reason the project was abandoned.
Local irrigation by means of artesian
borings is a more judicious expedient,
and, the English having pointed the
Way in this direction, the French are
quite likely to follow it. Only a narrow
desert belt separates their possessions in
north and middle Africa, reaching from
the Mediterranean to the Niger, and it
is quite worth their while to fertilize it
and plant it with palm groves and date
orchards if possible, at any rate to pro-
vide water enough to supply their press.
ent caravans and perhaps their future
locomctives.--New York Tribune.
lhat ieo iad on Hi Mind.
Ho-There is something I have want-
ed to say to you for a long, long time.
She (demurely)-Well, don't-don't
you think this is. as good a time as-as
any to say it?
He-That molo on the left side ol
your nose-I know a surgeon who can
remove such things without a bit of
danger.
They adjourned sine die that evening.
-Chicago News.
Italy's Poor.
Marvelous economy is practiced by
the poor of Italy in looking after th<
wants of the inner man. Coffee grounds
from the wealthy man's kitchen are
dried and resold to the poor. In a simi
lar way oil is twice, and sometimes
three times used, the drippings aftex
each successive frying being gather(
from the pan and sold to the poor.


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Thi !s .th.elatest and most complete
Hand Fjow for working plants in the garden. It
ise"lt-atdjustable; the weight the block to
which the blade is -attached keeps it in the
ground, and the depth of plowing is regulated
by lifting the bandles. A boy or girl of ten
yenrs can handle it with perfect ease. It has .v
'24-nch steel wheel, the height of which makes
the plow light of draft. It has five blades: I i
a trying mold, 2 a shovel, 3 a sweeper weeding
blade, 4 a bull-tongue, 5 a rake. Wrench
with each plow.
SWe have made arrangements by
- .. which we can furnish this prow AL
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freight io St. Andrews Bay about 7j"5 onts, making the plow, delivered
$4.50. But the BuOY proposes to do letter than this andwill send the Buoy
one y.-ar and fu-nish one of these plows complete .at he factory for #4.,
purchase" to pay freight. .
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would be
was grow
face John
her stren:
resentful,
and there
The "
nearer. S
ry of her
keep up
moment.


ie "swish'" of others following
iee dared not turn her head to
one she dreaded was among

Ihile, however, she left the
affic behind her, and the re-
quiet was very great. In
th, she grew accustomed to
he sped on her ears or her
became conscious of the
3a bicycle still following.
.at which she was going be-
ss her. Her muscles seemed
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"emembered that after the
came a sharp downward
ter that a hill, up which it
possible for her toride. She
desperate. She dared not
she could not rely upon
She was angry, mortified,
she loved John Castle.
her vulnerability.
d behind her sounded
IS not stop. In the hur-
ghts she determined to
race to the last possible
0re was little hope now of
h1s the nnlvy course-aw


S. RK'H A RID.


"Pardn."
"I will not go into the details of why
was there," said the hale old capital-
st, "except to say that I was acting for
R large eastern concern and trying to find
t man who had betrayed an important
rust.
"There was a big snowstorm raging
a the Sierras when I reached the little
own near them and put up at the prim-
tive hotel that offered food, lodging,
drink and a proper care for my horse.
Conventionalities did not obtain out
here, and during the evening I became
acquainuted with a woman who was just
rom the east. With her was a very sick
little boy, and her one anxiety was to
have her husband with them as soon as
he could be brought He was in the
mountains among the miners, and every
one in the settlement said it would be
impossible to reach him until the storm
had subsided.
"My sympathy for the woman was so
great that I determined to relieve her
painful anxiety if it were possible. All
efforts to dissuade me were useless, and
they looked at me as I left the hctil as
though they never expected to seo m-
gain. I will not attempt to describe
the trip. Thirty-six honr. after I start-


FOR SALE. A MAP
Another Bargain in Real Estates. f to Cit. of St atrew
TheKilberg place, 2 miles northeast Gotten up with gl'At eare. by the
of Parker, consisting of 80 acres fine publisher, who hat ipuared .no pain
timbered land, being the west half of to prepare for lhe ptijic a map of
the southwest, quarter of section 6, tp o a
4s, range 13w; 4 acres fenced with St. Andrews as it really is. It ahows
picket fence and in cultivation, %ith about,
-everal fruit trees, grape vines, etc.,'
and a habitable shanty. Price $300 FOUR MILES OF COAST LNIE,
partly on time if desired. For particu- Fxtending eastward ,0om Dyer's
M_ rEoint, taking in the Old own site of
SSt. Andrews and gives location oi
I LT IRUDY's pftu i business places, p -irate resia
PILES PILE r deces, docks, etc., als ? c ery lot in
Si euara need to cure PILEs, each block and the a joining addi-
? an,J C0N5TIPAT10%N (t,-edilg.B tih'r, R, .rnrudri., i,
n.1ard), whe2itrof recent o0.ng i rt.ion to the Cincirnate Companyos
S,.fund ed. It prve insrtanT relief, and effects a radkl I l C --pan '
and pimanen cure. N. surgical topia. in rCeq Lirw. land, with a full les, ription of the
Try it and relief your suflein Seud fnd loxitof t d- a t1
monial and ree a-trnple. On fly ts. a Lx. Fo. s ame.e
by druggists, or aent Ly mail onB ,ci pit o price. .
MARTIi RnY, Re, PPharmacist, Lancastr,Pa. [ he Map will sh:w w owners, of l,,t
-, --7 I .Pi --T .-l =-- in thle city jIs4t \wl.re l r>i (-
Sold at St. Andrews Bay, Fla. coated, anidl ih of vailrp t(. th, .. thiIk
At Dr. Mitchell's Drug Store. ini of buying pi,, '.
CtCall for freesamuei. Size of' Map 30b.5 5 lu-his.
.. ...i...NAL.. A The llOY V ill .e,,d thi. mal, t, ,,
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