Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00054
 Material Information
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 20, 1899
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00054
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
lccn - sn 95026996
lccn - sn 95026996

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Notlir'y Puiblic.
1''ill aitieni n Druinpllv to all iu;ineisie .le-
nm)lat -IIn IlN sI ;Ute[iitio0 D .)lh,>-e uii R:tr-
view str'.eet, one hloek i ,or ltIe-asl o,' T'
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Justice oft.he Peace,
Will give promr-t attln'ion to all ri itteri-
conminti within hlig juri-ali.:lion A -
knowledgmentsi taken; oaths admilii.-
tered i arriager serrice per'ifrnied (','-

One dollar a Year in Advance.

Editlor and Proprietor.

Display adr'it-it. 50c per inch per moinl
Position and exti liiiinarv conditions
rates stbir.i-. to ? i-ei;ial a 'er-erneri .
"Local Drilt." 5lc iper line. fir-t insertion
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douille l .r 'rat-i -..

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T- 'hrouh day-, ohf i.ent.
On s1,- ot intent,
Datn, Colid ft-l i ion,-d arr,'i ,

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Ht- l lt';ti.i.ce on t.1 .1.- Spa ru- s.

NowA, llays of Lf-ent.
1; Myrmllia pe-it
In pIrl.j.,ts fo-r ad'i-Ding-
A co:-tly hat
, Of sOlieidor that
She'd wear otn Ea.ster moi'ning.
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"You did it V-ry iu,.ati) !
My h-art was bare,
Your airrow thore-
Becomes it most, t'on'mpletely."

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At \a retihl:d aima
Anid practice unavailing,
The pretty boy
Bereftt. of jly
Betole her' stood lbewailiug.
Then to hi- i.ide
She stepped and cvri.d,
.'"Che.',r un, you silly Cupidid'
Tlhz\t LIv.. ; I~liil
I've h,.-ui,. I fino I
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Should I rai-e up oue airia.' ri..,:-
If I must d'-iual; it-a r 1.1 a[uIiin'-

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That every one vcuti.d ttuli' taad say:
" 'Tis good to lie.t, tihat ciild todayy.'
Yes, yes, my iri.l, tnut's wI'.hat I'd do
If I were you.
Or if I chanc-'Jed tol) be a boy,
Like some I kao';.
With orisp curl, .-parkling in thle un
And eyes all beaintg bri- ht with tfu-
Ah, if I could Lbe so,

I'd strive and strive' vith all niy mi.'ht
To be so true. so brave, polite,
That in me each one might. behold
A hero-as in days of olid.
'Twould be a joy
To hear one looking :it me, say:
"My cheer and comtifort all thu day,"
Yes, if I were a boy I kno %v
I would be so. iil.-peiJent.

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undergoing lharrilble opler.iliins that .iin-
ply remove th.: r,-.ultl oufitei di- -e t, ith-
out disturbing hr .disr.ie it :i'l. 1'i.. e
your eonfidencu in D \Witt's Witrhb Hi-
zelISalve. It- hla. ever tailcil to .tii.-


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iilt0,:i,'vi, f,-i at th,. li,.hit-t e iilua. Ma. Not a 1eat-Ea.tiimt.'lenim al
iia 1ia-,0 ldwjii will .4, thliue balls ot 113' N att 't'e.
tire wh-ichie are c i tflectedl in the ray it Nu patI eating a>i -il. i. tlui: hIIl
ilic. anti- iu, I andm l aim ybe the alligat, lr-1 h.:' tl e lio iz iltnal mni-v. itn i r-f liilI'
will 'oinli ni fia aii htlu ier y,1 canI get l tt ir jAw iW cal1.i i . ui i ll:i. l ir .
hit1ii, Mianl ml i;i -e ht l ii'. t G iiiled '[ lit i. p i l'i -'s.ti ::. F i' ll1 is.a i, a
hI, thl ,il n i'il-, jl, i-i of CIah ai s, el ili4 c il ea i, ai'..II ibi.r ,i S ii-,,ia n'iif
the loUw.-s an, thel i .kift' t i iledi aling, t, Iatirle. 'l'ie.Se rartilii.i I f i il l ihe

eve 'i'* na l n e f '1 11i .i 't f I" t .ctedl I] iiii, ilv :l. t _,i, 1. i' ?1.1 i. .;
lilini ll, o watLer. AL. la.:t ith -iginalal lipti 1tc l tlie eziitlI. f i ii t.
is t-o.'ei li l i,,o ilinru atili li \'.vly F 'i, ii"iia tn L'c.,Ii irin i, .1 1 ii-iE.i li it ( al
1mil ea-ilv tlue gull b.irr l i' .irolin-u li nieasily' be -eii m ii man .I,,,,, r lOi i'
'in. li, \\it thl:e e\o o1f the galle biA:rbie \ogi-ta;hi.ia 'Tlii i-i m Lrei
SL' l.hnitel i's a ra\f ac1 gliiting alhnlr a qu.?stiiii i- f irnii' :anl a matter ot
it L., Ii-.r I. 'T'lii.,I oni.o t thie I-h.ii. i)onm T hei ? 1i:c-i- ,a. ,','-i f c i\ illization
rt.p-,i I of thei i ll- L i lie deeper Io-alie, a -ir 'Of plllilatioui 0 -alm-: \ itili it do
,ill-si lL' u ali i thi e bio ', lie .,eii' ie- t" l al u l i \' \\a t h i t.IlI I l, ia u-
i whiltilbjec: i-' aete ii d.i atig \ l iere ,I i he .ahoilute I ad enl:iai L I h :il I
liefl',re was what r ,e meil a log o; f ( laiifatitamI Ii tinu' it If a 1 a r.nl,]
W ith U.II T e o e. t esh r o m 'e 1lr*a- l lia in

it i-u't our tibu.irilres to pruti -et l ople
who are not, ,lut w,'ro not suippred to
kL',)Vw eV0lveryhlug, and our i'ord.'lr ar'e to
pr-',teit pr-..p_-rty first :and riud out
v whether it is insured afterward, and ist
is nor. our fault if we save the littio all
of a lut ,f poor crea.tiares who half the
time hiv,: 't ia chauu of clothes tu their
Lacks. YYou Let we get to work j.'ur as
quick in a t-namonLt t bhonse ire as ton a
L.ig ho-uIsa on FLith aaovuue, nJil we do
the same wiirk in both places, no mat-
t-or whether it's t'ir tho rich or the poor."
Cab-t.et ofl of r;,.s:i: ..
The Profss.:iajul \ VWoliana s leagne is
proud of a cabinet of curiositil-s which
stands in the drawing room and is, it
hoit.es the Lucleus of a rare collection.
'I-eare are the dagg-r used Lt.y the la.tt
E L Dli. pprut im "Ut't.ll.. a scarf
of whita satin ii.mbiroi.!-e'ud iu gold and
a j.ewveled Maltese cruss beluongng t.o
Fauny K iumble; a uliilallin u o carved
cor:al once thu property of Adah isaacs
MAi-;ikeu, autographed slippers of Patti
audl Melba and boots worn by Mrs. D.
I-P [owers Thlere are al.-o jeweled
gloves worn by Mi3 MAlay EDruokyan.
The caricatnre sk.:tches, p-n mrud mink,
ruad,3 by the late 'ul 'mith are lost in-
teresting A yellow satin gown is there
which was worn ly Mrs. W G Jones
at [ihe Now Bowery th-.ater in 184, and
which originally belonged to Mrs. Far-
re-u, and a spangl'l dress whibh Miss
Louisa MortiluerAMrs Liuisa Eldridge)
wcre at the age of 18 Mane Ponisi's
slippers in which she trod the boards in
the character of Romeo in J355 Lire ex-
hibited. An old fashiunoud decanter nseli
by the late William Warren, a l welled
necklace worn by the late Juhln R Scolit
and old engravings of Jenny Liad amd
David Gtarrick are rinumbertd awmog thti
rolics.-New York Tribnune.

Conflicting iEmotions.
"How happy a Iellow feels when he
has really repented ot somethLug wrong
he has, donol'
"Yes. and how infernally mad he
gets wa~u some other fellow recalls is
to his mind afterward. "-Exchange.

"'Trivial" is derived from the Latin

Washingion Cinty

West Floricia

AMairst tile Vod.


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aid, pre-.:ing L b:.L-'. "W e :-.- !la
aeet upain in a 1, .- r v. rld. I rim
rieved to leave r: ;i a iri..ln as youth
re." 'rIie k;i:,, i : 1: : c.l him to the.
oor with a1uotl:-'r "Adic u!" They met
o more, althcagh M:.ksherbes .came
gain and again toi tl.- ri'h--,n c utreat-
ig for ,idmitt.iLc-. v.:hih ,a.is rciased
the last.
An lidelninlhiy.
The highwayman, in grim reality
nd without teo aureole of romance,
Black Boss aud all, was a "common ob-
elt of the country" 150 years ago, and
t was the duty of all good subjects to
ry to cope with him. If you attempted
o apprehend su:-h a desperado and were
killed iu the artetnpt, your executors
would claim -1u troti the sheriff. This
nde-miuity was scar-.. ly enough to kin-
le a burning passion in the English
miud for tio e:'tiuetion of the pest.--
,outlemu.: 's n li>5i- zi.!ne.
te Wanted IToo Mlnch.
Pati-out--Wil, doi.tur, do you think
t's alpendicit is?
i;na.iut-t Surgeon-I uever think, my
i,:mid ; I always know.
Padient-Yes, I know ,-u always
unw alter tbe opcr.aitarii, t.nt can't yoc



ST. ANDREWS B FLA., APR. 2 1899.

I J. HughesS e. hlic II-Efltrcs ,l, .,i 1'i 1i" i ,,,,, HE COULD KICK,
Of a Protective Tariff. ,ver the wab li., b ekliie is
?AN .* IAN, rrIeT i .I I[ How a lUountaineer Cou-.-iaced a Travelcr
AN .N l l, l .J I .i .i -fie l..'h.,i ,i,.,,, : IIof a lai led's Aeco plishum ent.
Match.26 EiOt, th' e Ilobu t. At rare interv.ils along th.-e uouu1taia
D.air L nu,,y": I h-ave lIeeii hero ill,I e l M lu,,i exirin a l roads of West Virginia and KenItucky
'iian ia 'eek, ani-i i i but l:nvIr. li- the traveler may crme iuponu a hauclk-
i annpe eel ailh le o, 11rtunities inI i, t *? l ct l l"i lW I l wii'g saith shop, but hoe i.:1 nic!i saler in the
le; e, I ll it the lii is pch .i.li r 't iin i W ell shoeing of his hor-o it oe will carry a
irerv; e-peeirzally filr tl o o r t. II few nails and tools in tihe .taiialj i i :
l Iepi:d upIniLi th ir lalIr lii a lii . buggy On a trip by Pu, -i ;Ili on ou
i', ..is w -r1c "fiA i""l n -. 'left It.iiin his occasion 1 fuimVl a bla:k-:.:jith e.-'-Irp a
S i. l-i.aI e t l l i il I h tbo forks or thi- road and a. u-.,.-.l, a
\ill f"il e f.iil it, ,ccui d y half doznu or incore ui. u 0 :1lli a -or .uidl
;11., eficif i mn i. h h ti,, .;rv l c ^i a llelv] I it in thje sliE de. M'y turin..ut, u -ied
-.m-., t e Iletiie t, giii i .. try \viih eo1tmi repails, aIId ai- t e s!,,iC t1h wa. A.jt-
61"'lr." 1,o i,,,,. but lB l a iut ni tering about it L l1 i in-d.l talk' v irth
ili i e C.- iitV i iin thie ". he t ni ouitsi!e I.ue ofI tE: -m '.v int -.d
:.--.i.n -of tile A. .i .; i: , I" "litI *- l, .l-ibt, I 3o sJll n.d a ui u!. whit b) h i, Lang
i. I ,o . I '^, -l 1 r t f-- ". '' : -!
Sa'"1 t""!""s* *. ,'" t l"^-L"""l i 1 bi. si,,,^... i~ ., e 1 p I dicker Aftt ,ir we i ,Ad >*- rT i :, : I
-.. .l ., iii- i, ,, lv i Sp ' -3,, 'h, I perhaps a qnari.-r t :.11 ', ur t ,!::t.lth
I fi t. be a clve l.,t, i "y ask tj p i : d s hi m
.'. ..I ily:hi g li Liia.;,ei rIi,. v, I ,t\v something aub tIi r he r .rl: i:t _. -? !,.i-
t:lilk Ilii le w ill be little c1-l ii h,-, i: al t,' ll it il,,in the b ,lk i g As sOLU aI h .,r i ii;.:," / a
iatiiNi hieroi, lii .ii. thie l l r'inillie, 1111- I the crowd be c.aiwd cloe- anud re,., iuL-
ni,,l tht le a%- I; 1,,., i lanl,"rn ih l i!,, li dUn tial
I lf lI e t i a d e it e std, t l _, i .- lh e Ie b , w,,I- ,ii Ii e , b v t n n t I Ii a : i u u vI
,il 'i"r i ln la .iie. -J hiIei d.ii !n -- w. li-n *"Y u n fiu t thliia l:iu uv !'' in thi -.: it-
tl;-, and tl.e ,tates. ter, air ycu?'" lie a.sikdl l all sluI. ri.y
In ihcl,t it' thi. is still in i line i. n1 l ti "W ell, l doI n r Il;u ,v., 1 ,aI r. r ii.. l ,
n fai.,h it" t i *iu in th e e ne b 1" like I w ball. f. hil e'il.,.iut the ii- i,c ii and that one lu.,k' i all ril-ii. I F.li I
al i .iilv'er I l iir. '.lih ki ilT'" \v i, l..u .t ol can t t.II a ui l- v I1.1 1 ,.,-La.
lniis l.t -ee.i an l .ir ,n i" mister Mules is fr aill the worlil like
,'.. 1 ,,. e i '!-e! Ceil t ,:ai lte ii li g i,le ,if ii. at,: ~ tl, lc,,k- women."
i e A it I,,th bal' ri- (\ liii vw re l.il, l "What's the ujatter with him?" 1 in.
,1 us" A ui l e-i..i il l l i.,l r . va ,y l vily !,,'i t .ui ,l.I ). il in | i b, quired, quite ignori.g the coi1p.triOLi.
b: k; ti., oiii ii wii, c t.',,l l i" a l, i\ i i, "He ami 't ..ati C'tncir; I nin t got
S,,I 1h i .h uti \ hi.,,_ ahli .thi -.v iIv:ill -- . I- nothing ag'iu the nm !e nt-r the uwJ L r,
I % 1 '.All ul -..1 l ll-h r ..iS, l S I 'A I\ i L, a and I'd b. glad i-'nulgh fLr h im ter gi

A [ie- u I. |'..I 1 ,: -t- .s joal. i the shoein uv hii u, but I don't likeo ter
.i I i,,,,i lei : .. i,,. a cyceI l i .1 ti lck it; 1 t I le :,.xl see a straing,.,r tuck in ani douo up like
iai l l a t W'a.J- i, l Ji i in' in i 1io io'l.il hb 's tryt in ter do you "
n. lia\,e- ij ..,- V1r ii 12 i [',. ,, i 1 J. I. "But \-ou havb ii t tohd ine what's the b
pIe" 11, aI, l |. ni ? l Th li e Il matter with t)O e mule," I lun-sted.
ie t l i, I .ii, , .ll ,. fiiT tlne ii t},.t -l i ,,' il !i. lre 1 W ill he kick?'"
.., I,. i lle .,,,,ll.. I .l libuiy i r i t i t w i "That's hi weakness, minister," re- r
(.ee .. sponded the smith. letting hiss :ice
i .l, o n :,,, !e ... ,.llile. a, a :, ,, h fall to a wv.hisper "You w,,n't believe
\\ ih t : ,,e ili e.r amid a bi.,ie neI anl,, as) ";-r.." *',i,, I me, p'raps, but I'm rilli you he's rth
lainl li,,w 1 fi-el e ,ltain hi at Puato,) ".,,,, like, a ,1 n 11- ." e g., kickinest critter in the mnountains. I lo
['ci ill Iiu onl\ Ic Iei Air.., a 1 sure is, mister, aud I hb pu I m y.v die
izl-,, Li it ill ho ,lce i.e- li. tle alig itlr iL tlitC l," t,t i ll! ilh r right here et he can't, kick the s,dy out- (
.nl ic remri'e i k. I ll the ira -Al ". o.i" en a biscuiEt auil tne.\'r crack the crust. e
SP Ilie arili oulsilde i Flu illa. ,_.- | ,i, 11 ,. Iil n He kin, sister. er I'm a bruther ter a
\\ ..shr-n-ul.1 not Ile..e to opt. %i l A n. him." Washtin ,ton ytar. t
11' .... i ,,, I h but.I ,i t ,i t. le ,\ ;e "?.f i i, x
ithe Spiani ,l r thie niatie,.-, li ,,,,,-,-I iito it,'' buit .-as cuelitit. TENEMENT HOUSE FIRES. 1
lee t in,I and a .-qtiliie ,.,ihial ill ,' li,. - nIp
.iptlce ulienl I lid'. p ~llu -l ;11 -i gi *^-i..a J~qIut- Pi VrolWoricaus Faithfuliyl Fo
a- s .'ilti "i : e.-cent ofl cail.ti a il iia allI' i-ri- alidl ] ,l I. u-I iU aI- thiePooras ForThoe W hoAro Kninred. b
g.>.d l izet. I'fr.ni the m.,ic- ihit, ,, '-v pes, .bat hei ie %ill 1 loi,,t There is an article- in St. Nichclas on I
I,? S[-,,liaiid '. ill hl e c.'.u ii.ti!iiin l m .1 i i "The Fire Patrol," written by Charles
t u- n. lr,!.i]be o i,. -ta le,. n,, 1.' Culi : 1 1 1ii n an.1 d:i T. Hill, who baa cont ibutd a -eries of
ll u a ljr,-(ei--a tlil -_ t te atL ii tir.u.t "., iii pape-rs to that nmia.azina on the New r
F '. i i,-l. !eSi,.ie t1, ii ".\'n --I. A. k\ la, ii, hliic.go Daily York firo departmeuro Mr. Hill says: t.
llh is .,1,l1 ., I..e .. .. l' i At tires in thi humrne.ot tLo p'rr these
Sdettchiiacnits of Lhe p.tro.l] v .--rk ..:-t as
'- litj i 2 airnes1tliy and con-L i.. riT: ,-y to ,'. t

,,v i [' a. t w. ,i>. l . C V.
1"1 !' I"I "*Q i-nT T t, .i,--. niJ t U'V 1;7-3't?_ tL y _r, T i V i; T
l," *, 1 n -l, .i . '1' ... ,,, i I .i U-J.i s. 6 i,..e. F ir-;, th,..y n,.,l -,:.;l..-; ,.ia i,
ii. 1I2 -.- i pb.st -ruoi.,i cOl rt.; thii, gA:iL;T ri tl:- g-,ds
,lA e. ,. i' i n I I; I i 1n) t.,_gether, the pai r.. i.u pa r.. : t th-em t.
IP ,.'[ I tl t' t N.N : ll.! tl, '\ ;1 | r (, .i '
l i "I t ..- li A iil M 1eumi ,,I from water with c..,r ulin tov -rs- t'he 9
ii. l, tt, t fl I .,I .i i I n i l..- e I ill. J ,,i ,i i majority of th soe f!i,-. break mo t inu tIl c
.ia c,,, l> .i., [ I \'.* ,i,-e l' ..I. bi"s..-m ents or collar, then, fll \w in; '
... a ,,' .... ,. ,',ii. ,i.- I in -i.in .i k '. k '.'ill', the air and light. shaft to ho tio p fl'-o r, o
1 -i v 2,,,.1 .l all they preadl and de,, the lrato t datagoe k
Si- .1 l .iiti. .. uin the upper stori',s. Toextiguiish th,-:e q
,, ti ,, 1.... lii .,:-.- L, .' fir:-s tho other -'rs blow bhavo to be 1:
V i ., 1. 1- L'.: 1 .i, t 1- .. l :e- ai. f][ic. d, and w re it n.:t f:.-r the tfr, pa- t

li, -'..Xt Illit i- i,,,-t i..ftllnei ti.,l ,o .'' of tl i l, i a iin tr ,l inI m any case the p :'r f illi-;e I
Sil i: tir IIIn ; >ni A.- oi II, would lose everything thyc owned.
tl'e 1,i., i. nt',i ", i e ti- an ;, ,,- One of tho cap_-naies of the patrol re- a
Si,:,: '-i,:. ,,i ii.:- ... . ca. ..... -. i '.', ti,:, i nt i A m arkEdt : "W hy, it would do your heart to
.. ia ,. in : 1, .. . ,i ite ..,e g ood if you co-.ld har how profuse .
I i i, iLl v ,these poor peo'plo are in their thinks, -
. ,, i. i ,iug ,.li ;' r i,.' ., i. b i and the bl,- wings thi y shower cia u
I.-, 1,.l. tj i,. I;i, ,i i, i' .,1 .,!,, i,\ -.','..i I.. 1.1 ti,. a ..- ii.i r ilr,, i,-. bhenu they find w we've saved their thing .
i, i ie i ,: ,:: l I .-.r.i 1. ,, i ..ite 1 .- -, i ler al. hI -v gao runiu garinud i. wringing their a
'e1i hands anil umyimig, 'Everything's lost, u
,atur-..1,. 1it v\' ,.i v .-.yi. !j!iili l, I,.. I *: i I ." l- lt ,., flhih' 't aiil ev.-rything's l,:.tl' Aud then, w hen the o
A. in a i i ,n-i I ite '-." l .,, liSi- rl- .A ', i T'hi J'. ,',,fg luk fire is cut, w. lead thieu t.ack aud show tc
i I them their tbiugs, n. .drvy as .t chip uan-
.,." ai.. io rhno in l:.t . d, l .. .. .1- i d r thie cc.-tars, nLd-- w ll, say, the-re
iill t i' nal." nal-:- L- 1, '.a .. .,;i l ..'. i' ; ii. bO .i.l e.A t i isn t anything tl_>y wouldn't do for us. h
rl .. .... t t.... ...h..... ti.. ... .. I' t Inl -. ,it 'i i'-,,t ,,. ,,f !:lf th- tim e th-"re nut injured, and ,

Clever Adiertising.
At a certain large public library thel
Is a rule, whic-,h Otiilht not to be nece.
sary, that men and bons must remove
their hats on entering Onue Saturda
afternoon,. when the room devoted t
the circulating dpartinent was crowd
ed, a man of middle age .ADme in an
took his place in lite. He had a bou
or two under his arm, as if for the pua
porEa .f making aui exchange, but he di
Blnt remove his but. On the contrary
he had it jammed down well on hi
head, and there was a determined e3
pression on his face that seemed to betc
ken a firm purpose not to take. it onI.
An attendant stepped up to him an,
quietly asked him to remove his head
gear. .
"No, -pi.r," he responded in a'lou
voice. "Yon have no right to make
man take his hat off. This is a fre
"Certainly it is," rejoined the at
tendant, "but you can't got books a
this library if you don't observe it
"I'd like to know why not."
"Because it's the rule. That is suffi
"You insist on my taking off thi
hat?" asked the man in a still loude
"Yes, sir. I do."
By this time the attention of every
body in the room had been drawn to thi
obstinate visitor.
"Well," he vociferated, "I'll take i
off if you insist. but I wapt you to un
derstand I i i: .n;fa r ri -ot,-st..
He r- r ::- i iL- oi.i n .t-i .n:i hait, diF
olosiL-e , n i.-i :.s t il ;:i an .ij!ilard b:-ll
w ith .,..' ''i.r i'ptm'rl, .i.ini'-d ,.:ru it i
black I a .- i lui ct..id ; .c, r. a.d 20 fe.?
aw ,ry. ist SwithL1.y'e-ii h,!: i::- s:l., p. "
Anul 1i' \-iis lie ot...-' r\ t uf t wil tb'
r,:rver for mOe next h:if hor. Yciuth'
W hiere 'hii.,' Are JS q d i l..i.l-.
In CGree-'e it isoinid-dt.,.1 au u\' rl:;.t.
Iug di-'.-'ac? tro. r,.-:iainu au .' i i .widI.
Girls nre batro hoId v,-a'y o(t -. vA.'on
still tinyv ti.ie. 1.iarriag..- of love ar,
absolutely unkn'wiv.u, even'i iin)r? Rc
than in F'r.i-l', ai:,ii 1i:, T' ii la t
particul:air t:3t the ini -,L ,: 1 hu.i., iudd
Must ItV' .'.i ai: 3 !.!9 o.-ii . i,i .o I'. i no-
port a a\ i te n t '.' i:,'. ..'... ;io irl :i
leoa'r' is r'-t .,i i,.!'-,.,ri.:i:t a;s in Fiarac' ,
but a ce;:.. .j ..... it iiu,:,n au1 d hourii-
hold fi-'ltpr.:, is .':- ra l reqnir-:d.
The wha' ti.cuin' a'nd edac-tion of a
Gr,.ek ( .1 ar. L ,. i .'-.iatti-L! to
c-nnder L. r br ;'..it :", -.r :-tv ,of
ho greta wrrlal H,- T il-ta i- a s,:bj'ct
Of conetaut. a, -i.k1 11y, ;: n il ,il i.Ii.it
)rc',kk i: i .. .. -...."- : ,",
h ly 1. :-' : r .' .' -. .m r,
r i- .. -- ',- . b I-C, '- -.'
row s a iit l k :- ;i''.- rl_, .'?1 tad

hore i rr, n. i i 'ihl.n i I. h :il
harn b.L.-.;l ii ,i i ."
treec- r.i a 't
om i :':-" .. Cv..,.vL ,'-- e'( f 1 "."
rho c.'u n'i... t l; t i-a n 1 ,'ren'i .; ui r.I-
Dr ninha.., u.: L u'r J., aau i ,. r:.i; J
:eu in .i . i- .'a i. 1.ui a i .-
uiri ti-2':,i.,?:. :-r. .but girl- nIe c'ar -f l.
y traii'j'.d Lu '1 i :AW iL 11 -'t i 6 r;: i 'I t., i. i
er a roa nil ; u I ..t d i v ii ;l i --,.'i .
vastly, I:;' '..i. ia i S at ir ,
bow to tUnll? r JO: jami, '11uri.sli c.'lfi e
Lnd \ r .'.. i : t : \' .-a- in lar
o wt . -,'. Ti,. ki-J i ... ', Phil-
delp ;, 'i';'.. -.-
ouis XVI S d .' .'.
Miss Anna L. f r.--at'.' "i lnt il.,ntea an
article on "T1 iL t .. _f I -,iii XVI
nd M arie Ar,' ',,, ,' t TLo. Cen-
iry. Miss RiiJ, n -.' .- :
M al] :,-h rl.n,-, in .1.. i r:-. -, w ent
) th C1..-:.,. ., : i: :- t 7 nastily
iame forwv.'t l r. t.. .. hie t':id him
hat. it. v .1i aii ,. t.a I .i: tLe- king
ad lI. .- : . 1 .'- .l. horbes
ame i't.o tL'. .n .., tbc latter
id t: lin ,. "I-- -.1 .'. t 'o honr a I
ave L .i ;-.':.:.. t.n" 2 ,- :ui .i..-L'.,o aud
ekin', v,. i he course of
ly rne u I L.u'_ \a,.u.arily given my
ul j-c' ;i a v,- .,'- cf.'t .,., laint against
r '. V ,-i. I *:. .u l ..- .... i:; all the sin-
rily of Ly a,.,.:l, .:. a i:an a .outr to ap-
er.r L.-.i rc ti..it I havte oustantly
riveu f.r thel: l...l'ii i-a ,f ey people
nii that I !a x* : a i, .e.l,,-., in a single
i-h c>.itra:." Ii r. ".
'Ihis w-,'.a (-.j L i..h 1. r ?re''fherbeba,
ho fell C.l hi.; i :-...... C.'LL.,: n .0 a1i to
e uuabil, to Ill:,. !: ',,- \.ia::t trn -d to
imflrt r I e.n, ::iy L',t. h, Li- d .x-
ected what ,i),:-j g-: 1t ;':.,' .nalctd and
hat it was Iltt,-r r,- ku-w i.is fate.
The three-: ,'ci-u ,l ., .i )in t,:i try to
ppeal O i -i.- Liri, ,. i t- i.i t-i-u .:u -l re-
actantly, l.it.;i;e,,:. i;i ..d .iha.i nt v-ouald
e useless,. lD -:c... UL< 'a Tr. ;"i.L t tit u
tired, li t tLr kiinc d'..::.:.-. B:a.Ai-
ierbes, who v.:as :ill oveicuineu with
rief. ".Iy fli' .1, ido 1: t .a-,..p," Le

We Needed Enoouragemeet.
e Silas Perkins had rented land fr.:.us,
S. Squire Dowling. arsd soon after he mov.
e ed into the new home his wife died. fi-
y las remained at home with very dej e.t-
c ed spirits for several days, but early oue
1. morning be called as Squire Dowling's
d house and said;
k "Sqaire, I hain't in no fh to make
- an effort."
d "Oh, brace ur ;lnaa, eaid the
, squire. "I know i is bad for a man to
i lose bis wile, eepecialy such a helpful
. and -encouraging one as yours, but it
. will not do to give up.'"
"Yes, but I haiu't got no inoourage-
d meant at all."
1- "I'll give you all the help you need
and d6wbi t l can to make tifepeaa ,
d for y,.: .-" ." -"
a ""Yas, but you'll hbOv to ginmmue in-
e couragement oer I can't do nuthin."
"Well, that iswhat i'm doing, isn't
b- it?"
t "Naw, you're just a talking 'bout
s what I orter do. I'll hev to git some in-
Oouragemelt to work, like my wife uste
to gimme."
. "That's what I'm going to give you."
"Shore 'nuff?"
s "Certainly."
r "Waal, jest come down to my shack
every morning an say jest ez sharp and
gingery ez you can: 'Git outen the bed,
. Silas Perkins, you low down soallaway.
e You air the sorriest am no enoountesa
critter in 40 mile er beer, an ef yoe
t don't hussellight outen Leer I'll b ve tLe
S "L:' C ps a.--- "n this very ni;;:jr.'
T1 r ' t.." ;li '-', . U ,I I beLa

- Into P. :j .i' .|: .L L 'I ,.0 ti r
I L, l:. 1.u l I' a , -au,,: i Ui. !i' o-

S you'\ 2. ::-2 t 'i .- : it i. r to
Cliuig a c', i : 1 ..) (-r I'r,- ; ..l s ;,,it
- tbo L .-r f tl ':. ,il lik a v il. ha.-
s I jun. Thi-a I Il tr n it i var! r
i an l'' in n [ I i.' N, a, b. N ..,!r ,,
io unl n iL -s ,'- h.. i gi itr sii,. r. ''
inco.ix ag-.ns: it 'f, ;- Ann v. .1 to p.i.'
me."---it, u *t i r L .l

rT.t Tall 1 .q*l.-U:^.
Ju-t at thoe il', v.. ,'.ka~ 1 ':o r-ep~-nTf
were begwaiuni;m. .i cr- r,- ai.a-.ad tttA
i Germauy was uit.-'ltatiL4 ti,--h t-'I xlel-
siou uf hI.r troutl.r at t,.0 e- .r.;mi-e tf
Holland a Dutch oLeial of byi1l rm-amt
happened to be visitrug the eoCIurt of
Berlin aud :among other spct'anls grit
up to amuse himarevis-w wasorgauized
at Potsdam. .
"What does yrour exellency think of
our soldiers?" ask,:-d Prince bLi-narck a4
one of the Fegiments cameo iarchlng
past in .idnirablfi order.
"They look as if they knew how to
I fight, replied the visitor gravely, "'but

but madeno answer, and several other
regiments filed past in succession, but
thbe Outchman's verdi.Ct upon each was
still the Ea&io, "Not tall euongh."
At length the grenadliers of the guard
made their apptarance-a maguiflent;
body of reteraa-, Lg n and stalwart
enoai, ti li-aIre sari-fi.C e-r-n tho giant
loving father of Fr-derick the (-reat,
but theo iexorablo critic merely said,
"Fine soldiers, but n,'-t tall enough. "
Thenu Prim.nj Bi 3iarck rejoined
"Thioso grenadiers are the finest men in
our whole army May I ask wbat your
excellency is pleased to mean by saying
that they, are not.tall, etiough?"
I The Dutciiman looked him fttll in the
face and replii.,d. with significant om-
phasis, "I mean that we calw flood orf
sountry2 fel6 dct .sp

aoiet. Thaemi

Did you ever try to dodge the
rain-drops? Did not succeed
very well, did you? It's just
as useless to try to escape from
the germs of consumption. You
an't do it. They are about us
on every hand and we are con-
stantly taking them into our
a Then why don't we all have
I this disease ? Simply because
these germs cannot gain a foot-
hold in a strong throat and
lungs. It's when these aro
weak that the germs master.
The body must be well supplied
with fat. The danger comes

when the blood is poor and the
body is thin. If your cough does
not yield, and your throat and
lungs feel raw and sore, you
should not delay another day.



of Cod-Liver Oil with Hypophos-
phites at once. It will heal the
inflamed membranes and greatly
strengthen them as well. The
digestion becomes stronger, the
appetite better and the weight
increases. The whole body be-
comes well fortified and the
germs of consumption cannot
gain a foothold,
It's this nourishing, sustain.,
ing and strengthening power
has made It of such value in
all wasting and exhausting

. "I

NoTE.-It must be remembered that the
wind is not a wholly reliable motive pow-
er and if the sailors sometimes find it im-
possible to make schedule time itmus the
larged to the elements; they do the best
they can.

The schooner Cleopatra arrived
FPiiday evening frojn Pensacola with
her usual large cargo for the Bay.
She sailed out again Monday even-
S ing.
The steamer Alpha arrived Thurs-
lday morning, en route to hlobile.

L:., St. Andre-vv Bay every Tuesday,
i.(%.es Pensacola every Friday,
(wea other permitting). Special atten-
tion will be given to receiving and
for -arding freight for parties living on
Eitt and North Bay, Passeiigers for
points on either arm of the Bay can
depend upon securing prompt trans-
porlation at reasonable rates. For
further information apply to
L. M. WARs & Co., Agts

Carries the East Bay Mail between St.
Andrews Bay Wetappo and intermedi-
ate points. Leaves St. Andrews daily
(except Sunday) at 6:00 a. m.; arrive at
Wetappo at 12:30 p. m.; leave Wetappo
at 1:00 p. m.; arrives at St. Andrews at
7:30 p. in. Makes landings regularly at
Harrison, Cromanton, Parker, Pitts-
burg and Farmdale. Freight landed at
any postoffice wharf. For passenger and
freight rates, see rate card in the sev-
eral postoffices.
DAVID M. WITHrLL,., Contractor. "

A Week's Weather.
The following table gives the maxi-
mum, minimum and mean tempera-
tures, the rainfall and direction of the
wind, for the twenty-four hours ending
at 7 o'clock p. m., as indicated by U. S.
government self-registering thermom-
eters. Max:Min. Mean. R'n W'd
Apil 12 74 48 6 00 s

't 13
'" 15
': 17

For week...

48 61
50 63
54 65
54 68
56 66
63 71
I 53 I 5 |

.00 sw
,00 s-
.00 s
.00 sw
.08 ne
.00 sw
.0.y I

A CREAT record of cures, une-
qualled in medical history, proves
Hood's Sarsaparilla possesses merit un-

Parker Lodge No. 142

Regular uomminui-
cations otl tie first
9-Q. ^ and third Saturday
/ in each month.
< Visiting Brothers
W. A, EMMows. Secretary +

To Cure a Cold in Oue Day,
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund money if it fails to
cure. 254. The genuine has L. B. Q. on
each tablet.
-** ---
f e Sweet latake.
A short time since the daughter of a
millionaire drove up to the door of a
jeweler's shop, went in and selected a
turquoise-and diamond ring valued at
$250. She made out her check for that
sum and passed it to the proprietor,
who glanced at it and then looked in-
quiringly up at the young lady and
said, "There is some mistake here. I
The young lady flushed and asked if
the check was not for the right amount.
She was, told it was, but-
"But what ?" she exclaimed frigidly.
"Do you mean that my check is not ac-
ceptable ?"
The jeweler acknowledged that he
knew quite well who the young lady
was, but explained that the check was
not made out just as it should be, and
he handI:.d it back. The girl ran her eye
over it and then turned a deep crimson.
"-Ohl" she exclaimed, "I seel" And
then she proceeded to make out another
chlck. SOe had signed the first one.
"Yuur own sweetheart. Jessie."'
.1\ Itce.of Tailed IMen.
A-.i-a is n continent rich in tailed
Siic-na ytbs. There is supposed to be a
';and.ct, race of py.gulles somewhere in
the np',latds of Abyssinia. Th e Main-
Maius are a celebrated case. A good
many years ago the French government
.li,.p.itched a M. Descouret with instruc-
tions to explore some of the least kfown
parts of Africa and to ascertain the ex-
act degree of truth in the various stories
about the Main-Mains. He describes
the people as being mostly under five
feet in height, ill proportioned, thin,
weak and ugly, with short, woolly hair
and with an external elongation of the
vertebral column, which, he says, "ini
every individual, male or female, forms
a tail two or three inches long. "-Med-
ical Record.

Vegetarians assert that one acreof
land will comfortably support four per-
sons on a vegetable diet
Snain'as Greatest Need.
Mr. R. P. Olivia, of Baricelona, Spain,
spends his winters in Aiken, S. C.
Weak nerves had caused severe pains
in the back of-eis head. On uking Elec-
tric B3itters, America's greatest Blood
and Nerve Remedy, all pain soon left
him. Hle says this grand nmdicine is
whiat his country needs. All America
knows that it cures liver and kidney
trouble, purifies the blood, tones up the
stomach, strengthens the nerves, puts
ir ., vig'mr and new life into every
.... 1,. a,.,a, na oria o..an nf o hf a hrAe v

money aau >, LL t u j C.- L,.. m .4..,..
actual settlement you can be accoimmo-
-N. Massalina, from the Peninsula,
came ofer Monday morning with a fine
load of mackerel consisting of about
twenty-five barrels, or between 1'),000
and 12,000 pounds, all caught after mid-
night, Monday morning. Several oth-
er fishermen caught from 3,000 to 10,000
-The Reunion of the United Con fed-
erate Veterans will take place at
Charleston, S. C., on Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May
10th, 11th, 12th and 13th, 1899. Gen-
eral Jos. Wheeler has consented to de-
liver the oration at the opening exer-
cises on May 10th.
-In almost every neighborhood there
is some one whose life has been saved
by Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, or who has been
cured of chronic diarrhoea by the use
of that medicine. Such persons make
a point of telling of it whenever oppor-
tunity offers, hoping that it may be the
means of saving other lives. For sale
by L. !d. Ware, St. Andrews and Bay-
head and all medicine dealers.
-The Baoy is commissioned to bring
seller and buyertogether for a most de-
sirable bargain in real estate about two
and-a-half miles frem the Buoy office
on the Parker road Five acres of
ground, fenced, with good two-story
cottage and furniture for small family
willbe given away for less than half
-what the improvements cost, if taken
very soon. Title perfect; location de-
sirableo. Call at or address the Buoy
for full particulars.
-On or about Nov. 25, last, Under-
taker T. C. Danford buried the body of
L. P. Tenny in the public cemetery.
Later a permit was secured from the
State Board of Health for its removal
and Mr. Danford superintended the dis-
interment, and on Wednesday last the
remains were placed in a metalic ship-
ping case, and loaded Thursday morn-
ing on the Alpha for Mobile, whence
they will be shipped& to Mr. Tenny's
friends in New York City, where they
wil, find repose in their final resting
-The report has been circulated to
some extent in St. Andrews that the
steamer Alpha would not stop in at this
port during the summer months, and
Captain Clark wishes the Buoy to con-
tradict the report as having not the
slightest foundation in fact. He says
the Alpha will continue to run and stop
in at St. Andrews right along and make
just as near schedule time as it is possi-
ble for a steamboat to minake-ti:at she
was pressed into the United States ser-
vice last year and had to.stop making
regular trips; but no such probability
is apprehended this summer.

The Young Peoples Baptist Union
meets at the Baptist church every
Sunday at 3 0. m. All invited.
The Y. P. S. C. E. meets every Sun-
day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the

-Razors and pocket knives at the Pi-
oneer Drug Store.
-Peter Parker, of Parker,Fla, is the
proud father of a ten-pound girl.
-Fresh Florida grown garden seeds
and onion sets at the Pioneer Drug
--You can get fine prunes, figs, dates,
raisins -and candies at the Pioneer
Drug Store.
-Triumph watermelon seeds-Mel-
ons weigh as high as 100 poands-at Pi-
oneer Drug Store,
-An eight-pound baby girl came Fri-
day night to make glad the hearts and
home of Mr. and Mrs. B. F, Tinton.
-Allens Tasteless Chill Tonic, Sar-
saparilla and Yellow Dock are the
best. For-additional evidence call on
Dr. JJ. Kester.
-A good big Tablet for 8 ets and a
.good thick school tablet with 175 leaves
for 10cts; all with handsome covers and
good, ruled paper, at the BUOY office.
-Mrs. Rawls of Alton, Ills. address-
ed the Christian Endeavor Society at
the Presbyterina church on Thursday
evening. Subject: "Holy Garments."
t---eports from the fil6sermen are
more encouraging. Durnmg the last
few days large catches of mackerel have
been made both at Hog Island and St.
-The county commissioners of this
county have extended the time for the
payment of taxes until May 1; hence
they will not become delinquent until
after that date.
S-Fine strings of bream are being
caught in the fresh water lakes. Sev-
eral excursions have been recently
made to these lakes, and all report a
good time and lots of fish.
-Bring your. ordinary school ink bot-
tle to the Buoy office and for 5c get it
filled with Arnold's celebrated Chem-
ical Writing Fluid-the very best ink
made. Must have your own cork.
-The St. Andrews Horticultural
and Improvement Company is prepar-
ed to clear, improve and plant into fruit
any tract of land which may be given
them. It will pay all persons to buy a
tract from them and have it improved.
-Don't think you can cure that slight
attack of dyspepsia by dieting, or that
it 'will cure itself. Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure WILL cure it; it "digests what
you eat" and restores the digestive or-
gans to health. Sold by R.JF. Brankin
& :Son.
-Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either St.Andrews Bluff, or Buena Vista
Point, at 8c. per dozen; also map of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 12c. per dozen, at the
BUOY office
-It you are thinking of buying prop-
erty In St. Andrews or immediate vi-
cinity, you cannot afford to purcha-se
until you have conferred with the pro-
_ULU. a~jhrJ of

and sank her into a warm bath, so that
only her head remained above water.
The bath was kept constantly warm.
and in it she ate, drank and slept for
183 days and night. At the end of the
time she stepped ont fat and strong.
In skin diseases the continnond bath
is invaluable, for it can be medicated,
and many hop.lc(-s cases of burning
have beo-.n scc..fnlly treated in thib
extra-.rdlina.-ry vway.-Exchange.

Shake Into Your mhoes
Allern's Foot-Ease, a powder for the
feet. It cumes painful, swollen, fminnt-
ing. nervons feet, and instantly takes
the stingout or ,-orus and bunionS. It.'n
the greatest com fort discovery of tlie
age. Allen'., Foot.-Eane makes tight.
or new nhoes feel easy. It is a certain
cure for sweatir,nr, calloLu and hot,,
'ied. ahi feet Try itTry i t day. SIld
hy all 1dt'LuLgi.st and. shoe storL3. By
mail 25c. in stiir',s. Trial pp.cka;~e
FREE'. Address Allen S. Olmstead,
Le Roy, N. Y.
Tle Sun's motion.
An astroioinical fact now as former-
ly causing no little perplexity-to some
is that the sun's motion-which un-
questionably and indisputably is ex-
tremely quick-does not change the
relative position of the solar system to
the fixed stars and the constellations
1 *', than it actually does, and there
Irv ,ome who op this account are in-
clined to doubt the actual motion of
the sun In space.
The investigations of astronomers
have nevertheless established one thing
as certain-namely, that the sun moves
through space at a great speed-esti-
mated by some scientists at 16 miles a
second-carrying all the plInets, satel-
lites and other comical bodies along
with it, but this motion of the vast
luminary, while affect-lg. of conrs-e.
the real motion of the 1anets in space,
dbes not in even the slightest degree
affect the relative motion of sun and
Even under the supposition of so
great a rate as 16 miles in one second.
this relative position of the sun to the
fixed stars would, astronomers declare.
be hardly perceptible in a century, on
account of the almost inconceivable
distance of the latter-the conclusion
being, therefore, that many thousands of
years must pass before the sun's proper
motion in space can change the config-
uration of the star groups.

DYSPEPSIA is the cause of un-
told suffering. By taking Hood's
Sarsaparilla the digestive organs are
toned and dyspepsia 18 CURED.

Remarkable Cure ot Rheumna-
KENNA, Jackson Co., W. Va.-About
thrce years ago my wife had an attack of
rheumatism which confined her to her bed
for over a month and rendered her unable
to walk a step without assistance, her
limbs be ing swollen to double their nor-
imal size Mr. S. Maddox insisted on my
using Chamberlain's Pain-Balm. I pur-
chased a fifty-cent bottle and used it ac-
cording to the directions and the next
morningg she walked to breakfast without
assistance id any manner, and she as not

Mr. and Mrs. 'T. ra ~w.haw who have
been occupying .. J. Trisket'a cot-
tage on Cuimmerce street for some
months, left f,.,i tirir northern hnnme,
Monday evening, o0n the Cleopatra.
Capt. Alex. Register of, I;yhead
spent Sunday in town, the guest of
John R. Tlh'Fh l, c.,n.

TVhy He Liked Him.
The barber was perhaps a trifle more
talkative than usual, and the customer
was scarcely in a good humor. The
portly gentleman had' come straight
from the dentist's. In blissful ignorance
of this little fact the knight of the ra-
zor opened fire. He discussed the
weather, foreign politics, the rival bar-
ber opposite, and was just explaining
his views on the education question
when the customer suddenly growled:
"Where's that assistant of yours, the
one with the red hair ?"
"He's left me, sir. We parted last
week-on friendly terms, you know,
and all that, but"--
"Pityl" growled the portly gentle-
man. "I liked that young fellow. There
was something about his conversation I
thoroughly enjoyed. He was one of the
most sensible talkers I ever met, and"-
"You'l excuse me, sir, but there
must be some mistake," gasped the as-
tonished barber. "If you remember,
poor Jim was deaf and dumb."
"Just so. Just so," was the curt re-
joinder. "That's why I liked him."
And the barber went on shaving.-
Pearson's Weekly.
Rewarded For His Honesty.
An English farm laborer recently
went to a small store kept by an old
woman and asked for "a pahnd o' ba-
S rpro.:cned the bacon an fcutt
piece off, but could not find the pound
"Oh, never mind t' pahnd weight,"
said he. "Ma fist just weighs a pahnd.
So put therbacon i' t' scales."
The woman confidently placed the
bacon into one side of the scales while
the man put his fist into the other side,
and, of course, took good care to have
good weight.
While the woman was wrapping the
bacon up the pound weight was found,
and, on seeing it, the man said:
"Nah, you see if my fist don't just
weigh a pahnd."
The pound weight was accordingly
put into one scale and the man's fist
into the other, this time only just to
The old woman, on seeing this, said:
"Wha, I niver seed aught so near
afore l Here's a red herrin for thee hon-
esty, ma ladi"-New York Tribune.
If you suffer from tenderness or full-
ness on the right side, pains under
shoulder blade, constipation, biliousness,
sick-headache, and feel dull, heavy and
sleepy, yourjliver is torpid and congested.
De Witt's Little Early Rtsers will, cure
you promptly, pleasantly and permanent-
ly by removing the congestion and caus-
ing the bile ducts to open and flow nat-
urally. THEY ARE GOOD PILLS. For sale at
R F. Brackin & Son's.

i,i of Dayton,-Ohio,
W. J. VauKirk of
the Bay fl'r a da)
last week.
'are rettuinel from
Claopatra, Friday

Biiin hamn 1" I vowell,
airinou and Miss
E, Ill., tok .assage

on the Allpha routto to their north-
ern homes last. hi rsday morning.
Deli ity U. Marshal W. BeLei-
iner (f M.ariatl was liere Tuesday
with an ia.,istt I oa a quiet liunt four
i olators of I .,peace and dignity of
the Unite- S s.

A pathetic ir -nwt which happened
recently in t is .cis yhows th:-t a <:>,rig
will can sometime 1l) more in combat-
ing dread disease han all the skill of
the medical frat-er ty. An euti-e fam-
ily, consistiug of 1 ith parents and four
children of tendc' ',4e, was StriLken
with malignant lpn~nmonia. The wife
was apparently the 'orsae nfferer, and
her case was given un by the doctors as
beyond hope. Ms:au\nhile her husband
became suddenly worse and died. Ev-
erything that medical Fcience could do
had bei.n dono for the wife without
avail, and after cousnitation the phy-
sicians decided to take a desperate risk
and tell hbr of her :husband's death,
reasoning that the shock might kill her,
but also might arouse her ebbing
strength and assist in checking the
coma which was already presaging dis-
The experiment was tried, and when
the devoted mother learned that her
death woul.1 leave her children without
a protector, her mo.-thrr love aroused her
last energies and she not only survived
the groat, abo'k of her life partner's
death, hnt she actually recov-cred.-
Philadelphia Record.
,boniE- ot the r,:sults of, nep le.--tel- dyspeo-
tic couilitiio s o. f lhe stoin:ach are cancer,
consri-miptiun, lir-art disease aid epilepsy.'
Koduol L)yspkisiai Cuir( prf-e ILS .i11 this by
efluctinig a qi.-k cure isn all cea of dys-
pepsia. Foi tale hy R. F. Biackin & Son.

Vbwht nHe Didmat Know.
"'They say that ex-Mayor Latrobe
went to some sort of a celebration given
by the Ebeu-zer colored church down on
Montguiuerystreet." sald a man about
town. "He was fsked to spr.ak and of
course cimnpleid In his nsial style. 'You
have naaif-t' ihis church aftir a great
man. he saly. 'rand I hrF yon will try
to eumnlato hbI etaniple. Ho was ca man
who cvullnu'tbi led atim-ty by any une
n1c W,-T. ln~ty was tu (God

a XV11k'1 +t ixncr, wiv 'hall L b.

IIoois Pills cure liver ills; .non-Irritating and
.only cathartic to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla.

Dangers of Filters.
Filters for purifying water are of
many kinds in their mechanical struc-
ture, but, according to the report of the
Maryland state board of health, it
would appear that such filters may
steadily lose efficiency until they be-
come first class culture beds for bacteria.
In evidence of this position an example
cited is that of a man in Baltimore who
ends the whole water supply of his
house through a large filter and subse-
quently puts his drinking water through
one of the small domestic filters com-
mon in the market
A test of this arrangement showed
that on a day when the city taps were
running 510 bacteria to the cubic cen-
timeter the large filter was delivering
some 9,900 bacteria in the same water
When the large filter was repacked.
only 9 bacteria per centimeter got
through it, though this same water
when passed through the small filter
came out with 71 bacteria per centi-
This aspect of the matter is still fur-
ther strengthened by another example.
a case where a filter supposed to be the
best in the market was in use. The
effectiveness of this filter was so short
lived that the precaution was observed
of boiling the water after it was filtered.
That Throbbing Headache
\V.. ,nl] .;,.i- ly *.a'.', yo C, if voh uo.e.* d
Cu -1701 r..m h ,:, l.'oi',-,., fi ta t hli-

didn't say ahot tiht fellow El. u-:er iK-- ni:-rit for 1: and ir'io.uwi head-
but ainybhow h ...tled for s.m.n r;-,,n ,t-h-.- They make pure blood and
or othEr his aw i want a tumnlu n -ur,.-nc nerves and build u,) your health.
o rec-ived arI as 1wir -'-:- lto take. Try them. Only 25 cts.
onul7 receive, u.al. n, as he drove lo, back if not cured. Sold by all
away after IthI ,e-etit, h.-liindl cOl Liz d. ts.
'bo was hinmimI the old hyii.n 'Here 1 -<.
Raise My LEbe A.r and trying, tu fi BU''TLER & FLOYD,
nre the matter nL Whlen hop.ot hrine
be an-kd a g d Christian lady who Attorneys at Law,
happened to there n a visit. who CinInP.EY, \ASHINGTON COUNTY, FLA
Ehenezcr was
~Vhy. yo goose.' said she. 'El-cu- 'ImLan(i Titles and COillections we
ezer wasn't a :in Eben-zer meanDs a ni:,ke a Specialty.
stonh Didu't oni kiiw iat? __?
"Now wh, (0* tratl Latrobe ad- Dissolution Notice.
dresk s a ,itic h alidii nee hI carries a T,.I partner-shin heretofur', existii.g be-
pocket Bii de i..'iiinary with hini '- ,,tv.,ii the undersiigned is :his d 'v. dis-
Bnltiurre Ne ..1'l- V by n miitual consent, John R.
fl,, -.'i oui ret ri o 'g.
A ighthul Blunder ', I.usiness will ho colnlecied by L.
W ill often -i ea ho l r-ilile burn. scald. M.. lii e, whin assunes aIll liabilities and
cut or Lrisei Pubciklen 's Arnica Silve. I .... hi all indebtedness is p ivable.
the bes- in t world, will kill the pain *L.M. WAR .,
a d ri, l .Iriitiptli eal it. C,'ires old s 'ie JNo. R. 'IHOM'SONx.
fever s.or -'i ll.- fbll o r.loti, corn .t.'.minre ws CBa F;a., 1la;'. ;0, 18!)9
all skiu f-rill -.'-. Best pile en're on
eItrth. Only ts. a box. ure suar- -' -----
art._d. Sol b% all druggist, $I o 0
fl Madi To Order
The Evln of the Steamship. Man's it, for 0.
When it, enr.-4 that the limit had
about been m bed with wroudit iron 1. BY BUYINO DIREOT PROM
as the mnainu eliance of the dc.-iti nr. -
mild steel been 0 perfectd as ton E. ROSENBURGER & CO.,
enable prot-'As to be mainttin,-l. Theo 202-204 E. 102d 8t., NEW YORK CITY.
large h-joilirs-ecet-sary to withtllan.l the The Largest Clothing
high pr'-ssn;s arnd furnish thi power Manufacturers in America.
for high s. wonl lv been im- OUR REAT BARGAIN OFFER
possible' but -r t:'ild stci.d and te same UR REAT BARGAIN OPPERI
thing is tru of the moving parts of the 1 0Y' ADONIS
engine. Itmiy b.: no-ed also that work- SUITS FOR
manship hli improved, and the use of M with Extry Pants and I
antifricti.o metahl for beatings, corn- we Pay expressage.
bined witthlh im proved workma nship, These Suits are made up of All Wool Cassimeresa
e trimmed with fast blackSateen, the best of workman-
enahlc-,l] thllhi-'h rotational speed to be ship, cut Double Breasted, Sleza, 3 to 9 years, with
carried out with s,:.fv ndi reliability. Silk Embroidered Sailor Collar, io to 5 years, with-
carried o with sty d rlialty. out Sailor Collar. All Pants have Patent Waist Bands.
Thie macbhii v of W"Viipanlnoag, de- Wea endpieces.of the cloth aad extra buttons, with
signed in -,as so heavy that only eaca KMadly season f large or small for age.
8.24 1. H.-T' IM.In of machinery was This le co
obtained. The 4 Frarncisco. one of thbe i 05to 9
earliest of the .mod,-rn cruisers of the w i b EL ra
United States navy in which advantage Par Pants
was taken of all the factors for reduc- 0
tion of weight, obtained 10.63 i. h. p.
ton oZ rnanhinery.-CommodoreO. W. a l
Melville. U-S. N.. in Engineering Maga-
zine. 0 .
If tr *.,li, d with rhliumatli0mi, .ive o
Cli.i hil-ti l'iis Pain-Balm a trial. It will
not cost y a cent if.it does 11 good. Thi style
o c~s aIstot13
One aptl.lk; iain ill -lieve the pain. It
also ciii-'rs ipr.iiins anld bruises in one-
third the lie ;-.-quired by any other treat- *
menlt. C('11i lurnis. frostbites, quinsey, r
pains in theisil- andl chest, glandular and
other a. ll'i.i are .sickly cuerd by ap- When ordering ao est OPcea "e
piing H. E, -i-i lxtlI warrsinted. Price xress Moey Order or Registered
25and ,i .i,,... S.,1 oy L. J. Ware, St. fters,al age atlaost birthday,
25and tdi < Bi. v._,t Id a. :Id.sWarei and if large or small for his age.
Andres :nd i.ied nd all niedicine Uoan cheerfully refaded If not
dealers. satisctory. Send x. stamp for C
_..... .. ..... Samples ,tape measure, measuring
blanks, etc.
YANKF-' \ YC 1 EE S,..- .-+"
f A ^ Y / ,-Strictly A
i i'- ann S WithNickel- IT U R
Srd ell. amp For Indigestion and Dyspepsie.
S n.nipp-i_ ,'. O n b. o approval. . "D'. pepsim ha. been the biare of nV-
write fur ca.1ou gueandsfull partleulari ,s, find.of all (ihe hin-
WriefErEr E U S"SoulthNi t. Phlladelphla. Pa. srined 'f 'reciiodites, 1 have r'-c.' ived more
......~ belt'i, t'rc'ii 'I'izaliure tih ,ni f:'(-riin attny ot pr
.-"':W PARKER'S Jobn .1. Pear'ce, L. D., C(o., e:iti, Ol io."
SHAIR n iALSA A ftr a 'Trv.. 2.5 cts. a I),)-A-sk
1'S.S r'i ....... a cih a o Wa'r it r i si r w it: for a free s:1l:) e(1



"Durability is

Better Than Show."

The wealth of the muti-
millionaires is not equal to
good health. Riches without
health are a curse, and yet the
rich, the middle classes and
the poor alike have, in Hood's
Sarsaparilla, a valuable as-
sistant in getting and main-
taining perfect health. It
never disappoints.
Scrofula-"Three years ago our son,
now eleven, had a serious case of scrofula
andjerysipelas with dreadful sores, discharg-
ing and itching constantly. He could not
walk. Several physicians did not help for
sixteen months. Three months' treatment
with Hood's Sarsaparilla made him per-
fectly well. We are glad to tell others of it."
MRs. DAVID LAIRD, Ottawa, Kansas.
Nau3ea- "Vomiting spells, dizziness
and p.rostratirir troubled me for years.
Had neuralgia, grow weak and could not
sleep. My age was against me, but Hood's
Sarsaparilla cured me thoroughly. My
weight Increased from 125 to 143 pounds. I
am the mother of nine children. Never felt
so well and strong sinre I was married as I
do now.". Ma.s M. A. W'ATERS, 1529 33d St.,
V,'a ?.irgt '3n 0. C.
Eczemz-" We had to tie the hands of
our two year old son on account of eczema
on face and limbs. No medicine even
helped until we used Hood's Sarsaparilla,
Which soon cured." Mas. A. VAN WYcx, 123
Montgomery St reet, Paterson, N. J.


- Florida.


Parties en route for St. Andrews Bay or other points
can arrange for conveyance at reasonable rates. bv ad-
dressing, A. J. GAY, Chleley, Florida.




Corner of Bayview and Wyoming: Avenues on Bay Front.
GlasSware, Tinware and Notions!
Wilht yon cain'* l find at any oihlnr Sirr,'. cone to he R A C K E T
S T O R E ,ini get.

Bread, Pies and Cakes, Specialties.
i. G( )DA ID, ['rn,|rietoir.

YE ca ( ,'rjj ,,e

PES Oit0 '*fI *" n* rl-. o"
Is the Piace for Passenlgers Coing to and from

Rooms Comfortable! Terms Reasonable!



PARRY MFPC; C@ndanpoh

Dr. Mitchll's D ru[ Store,


^*c~l. aew,7V


Fresh and of Guaranteed Purity.

Offers His Professional Services to to the Citizens of St. Andrews and
Surrounding Country.
May be 'iud1 iat his re-io,nce ,,n Bilemi i Vista avenue at night.


Captain, JAs. E.LARK.

255 Tons Burden. Passenger Capacity 50

Mobile to St Anrews Bay and 5 St Andrews Bay to Apalachloola.. 2 50
Mobile to .. romnanton..... A n Carrabelle..... 3 00
-\A palat-h.icoIla.......... 7 Ci)
Carral elle ............ 8 0: 0 Apulachicola to Carrabelle....... 7f
5th, 15th and 2:,th at 7 p.m........... 01bi a........... 12th, 22d and 2d a. m.
7th, 17 th add h pm. -th 1) St Andrew sla%...-..I l.tb. 21st and 1st a. m.
7th, 17th ;d 2I th p m... . Cromantont ..... ."
8th, 18thanI 2th a.m..... .....\palachicola.. .....IIth, 21et and let p. m.
.\ fli 'E E. I. AVE.
9tb, 19th and 21th a.m ..... .Carrabcllo.. .. th. 20th and30th noon

Connects at .\!alanhic Carrabellc with -.T. & G. RIailroad for Tallahassee.
For faut-ilr information, freight rates and special rates for large partfen


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FeeC aHI Y ST.table, B



_ I_

Judge 'l'h inii
in ctn many ,wit
Peiisacola, visit
or two during tl
Catpt. L. M.
Pennnacola oil t
(Cait. \ .
Ind., Mrs. .L.
Anteliff of Peott

Six Months In a Bath.
Life in a bath must be somewhat mo-
notonous, but it is quite common in the
best of our modern hospitals. At first it
was tried only in a few absolutely hope-
less cases, but the results were so satis-
factory that various forms of disease are
now, systematically treated by continu-
ous immersion in water.
Some time ago. for instance, a young
girl was dying from a complication of
terrible diseases. She was a mere shad-
ow, and nothing but death was before
1 i-r-i afl~ ~zAf T t-.trn- Tn 5 Puf t an

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Thursday, April 20, 1899.

4ugar, 1 9B Tea, lb
Granulated .... 4.6 HeN'o....... 55
Coffee,A. .... 5, Gunpowder.. 40
Lt brown..... 5 Uncol'd Jap.40-60
coffee, Cond milk, f can
Green.... 12@20 Unsweetn'a.10
Arbuckle,lb12-15 Sweetened. t.. 8
linger snaps 31 25 Baking powder
Nrackers,soda.. 10 Royal....... .. 50
tobacco, plug 20a60 Campbell...... 10
raisins Canned fruit
Londonlayers.8-15 Peaches.... 10a20
Valencia...... 8 Tomatoes.....,Sal2
.ice ....... 6* Apples........ 10
,pples Pears ......... 15
Evaporated... 121 Plums......... 10
Dried Peaches 8 Apricot..... 1(0-20
Coal Oil prgal... .15 Strawberries... 20
gasolinee ......20 Pineapple ...10-20
Florida Syrup... 40 Canned Meats
loney.........1.00 Roast Beef..... 15
Jinegar....... 30 Corned Beef... 15
These pr lb.... 15 Chipped Beefll0-25
Butter.... .. 25-30 Lobster....... 20
Lard ........ 8.10 Salmon..... .. 15
Beans........ 4 Canned Vegetables
Cocoanut pkg... 10 Baked Beans... 10
FiuitPnddine... 10 Corn...... 10@15
Jelly, glass l 10al2t Peas........... 10
Lime Juice ..... 45 Pumpkin...... 12
Eggs per doz... 15
Flour Pork
Am'nSwan 1..2.25 D.S. pr lb ......71
Majestic .... 2.75 Bacon Sides.....88
)orn Mealprbu60-70 Fresh....... 8al0
)at Meal pr lb... 5 Br'kf'st Bacon.. 11
jorn per bu... .55-60 Ham canvassedl21
Potatoes Shoulders..... 10
Irish....... 1 20 Beef
Early R'se seed 1.20 Corned......... 8
Sweet.....60@75 Fresh........8tl0
3alt,prsack... 85 Dried......... 25
Table......... 5 Milk pr qt...... 10
fails, er 1b3%a4J Ax,with handle. 75
Galy wire do.6a61 Hoes, each....35a50
Manilla rope.. .9al2Copper paint, can 45
-4Loves cook,. .$8a25 Linseed oil, gal55@60
Pipe, per joint 15
Prints, per yd.. 5a8 Checks .......5a512
Sheetings .... 5a9 Flannel ......15a40
luslin....... 9all Thread per spool. 5
Jeans........ 15a45 Shoes, ladies.$1a2 7.
Extrapants pat 225 Men's... $140a300
Hay pr cwt. .75al.m5 Oats pr bhu....... 55
Bran.......... 1.25 Brick pr M.... .13.00
Rope Sisal ..... 7@9 Lime pr hbl...... 75
Oranges pr doz.. Pecans pr Ib..... 15
Apples ........ 12 Walnuts. ........ 20
Lemons......... 30 Almonds........ 15
ln shell prl,000 1.50 Opened pr qt .. 15c
Horsems.. $80aI00 Cows......; $15a$25
Mules.... $504a100 Hogs........3 to$4
qxen.. pr yoku $40 Sheep .......... $2
Chickensench 15a25 Geese each. 45a50
1'.rkeys.... 75 l.00U Ducks........ 15R20
Veuison pr Hi 7al0 Turkeys.... ..75al.00
Vresh Salt
Mullet pr doz 25c Mullet pr bli 5.011
Trount ........... :5 Trout........ 4 .i1
Pompano pr it. Pnmip.iin .. 0 l
Sturgeon...... 10 Mlaekeral .... y.ici

eanrt, m. ..14.00
Face ... 12.00
Sap i... 10,00
Drop sid ig,
Heart face in 14.00
Sao- 10.00
Bufl lumber. H(."l2
Heart eshigles, 2.50
Rap 1.50

Oeilin g.
Heart, min...414 (0o
Face .. 12.00
Sap ... 10.00
Cli pil.hou ris,
,xfS in. yml....$12.00
Finishing lumn-
hier,d.. $12(R15.00
Lath,1I mr.... 2.00
Boat lumber,
dressed.... $20

Deafness Cannot be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portions of the ear
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi-
tion of the mucous lining of the Eustach-
ean tube. When this tube gets inflamed
you have a rumbling sound or imperfect
hearing, and when it is entirely closed
deafness is the result, and unless the in-
flam;irmtion can be taken out and ttis tube
restored to its normal condition, hearing
will be destroyed forever; nine cases out
of ten are caLsed by catarrh, which is
nothing but an inflamed condition of the
mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
any case of deafness (caused by catarrh)
hat cannot be curtd by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars free
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Diuggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
They Ought to Unite.
Here is a story of a Milwaukee couple
who agreed to separate after 15 years
of married life: They continued to re-
side within a block of each other and
to pass the time of day impersonally
when they met. When.the silver anni-
versary of the wedding came on, both
celebrated it, although separately. Two
church ceremonies were performed in
the church where they were wedded 25.
years before, the husband's ceremony
being at 8 o'clock in the morning and
the wife's at 9. That evening each gave
a reception at the residence at the same
hour, and the same friends called to
pay their respects, successively going
from one house to the other.-Milwau-
kee Sentinel.
**To Err is Human."
People like to talk' about attractive
things in advertising. In a company re-
cently the. proverb above quoted, aind
which appeared at the head of one f a
well constructed series of advertisements
of Hood's Sarsaparilla was so much dis-
cussed that we doubt if any one there
will evor forget the source whence it
came. Mesers. Hood & Co. are using
these.proverb advertisements on a1 very
broad scu:e, and tney are attracting dis-
cussion and favorable coirument every-
% lieire.

Reliable man for Manager of Branch
Office I wish to open in this viciniiv. If
vmir record is o. K. here is a aood open-
in". Kindly mention this paper when


Ion the first Mond v in May- nextz Work
to be done according to s iccificaiohs
now on file in-the C erk's office.' The
County Commissionera reserve the right
to reject any and all bids.
By order of the Board of County Com-
missioners. WV T; HORN. Ch'n.
Attest: W. Pi LASSrTTER, Clerk
Daed April 6, 1899.
Notice is hereby given that the bridge
over Otto Creek on the Vernon and Point
Walhinglun road will be let for building
to the lowest responsible bidder, on the
first Monday in Alay, next. Work to he
d ine aeerdin .' (r I ltnevifieatio)le now on
tile ill tihe itik's uit.ce. '1Ie w ouilily
Commissioners reserve the rilgh to rej et
any and all bids.
By order of the Board ot County Com-
missioners. W. T. HORN, Ch'n.
Attest: W. B. LASSITTER, ClerK.
Dated April ti, 1899.
Notice is hereby given that the bridge
over Bear Creek will be let for repairs to
the lowest responsible bidder, on the first
Monday in May next, at Vernon, Fll.
Work to be done according to s ecifieu-
tions anow on file in the Clerk's office.
The Board of county (umniissioners ru-
serve lth right to reject any and all bids.
By orderof tbe Boal4 f C mnity Cotn-
missioners. W.T. HORN,.h'n.
Attest: W B. LASSISTER. Clerk.
Dated April 6, 189d.
Laud Office at Gainesville, Fia,
April 15, 1699.
Notice is heruby Leiven that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to rn ke fin .1 proof in sup-
port of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before the clerk of the
circuit court at Vernon, Fla., on May
29, 1899, viz:
WILLIE A. MOSHER of Wetappo, Fla.
Hd 22872 for the saw of the nwi, and wi
of the swi, of sec 2, and the Inwi of the
nw of sec 11 tp 5, s. r 12 w.
He name the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz
Reif Karl, Stephen Dyer, E. V. Wil-
liams, S. S. Williams, all of Wetappo,
Fla. W. G. ROBINSON, Register
ADlW'Editor's fee paid.

arlyV right in order that hi s relation-
ship to society mny be right.
We were driving out o6he unday
from Decatur. when we came upon a
negro, with a club in his hand and a
freshly killed possum on his shoulder.
We stopped to examine his trize, and
the colonel said;
"My friend, do you know it is Sun-
day ?"
"Sartili, bos."
"Are you not a religione man ?"
"I are. 'ze jist on my way home
from church."
"And what sort of re-ligion have you
kbt that permits you to go Lunting on
"Religion, reli.gionf" queried the
man as he held the possum up with one
hand and scratched his head with the
other. "Does you 'spect any black man,
in Alabama is gwine to tie hisself up
to any religion dat 'lows a possum to
walk right across do road ahead of him
an git away free? No, sah! A religion
which won't bend a little when a fat
possumnheads you off couldn't be 'stab-
lished rcnad yore by all de preachers
in do universe.'"
Parsnip Complexion,

I visited the 1Iooi liot
and found it kept in '
dert." Jos. PRoche, tho
hati a gouud substantial
five or six acres of land

Wanted Warmth. A Narrow Escape. "More Anon" Talksqkbout Ver-
"I think it would be well. said the, ThanLkful words written by Mrs. Ada non and its I'oplo.
decorator, "to have your dining room -it ba, of d to," i.D. s o ta Correspondence of he LOO.
bordered by a friae ith a bd colh set in ad inay tecraml VERNON, ILA., .. 12, '.
"No. no. renonstrated the man ate(l in c.,ilumption. Four doctors Ed. Bnor: If ,n t II till., v tol
who had only recently struck it *"I 'av! me U,), sa'iing 1 coi)lt live but a
want that roorli above all others, go hliort time. I gave myselt up to my space in your c,,liliri- 1 Wili give
have a warmn rozv app,,araue '- .Savior, u''tLe err ,d ,. if I cou!d noi on a tew iliies tri the couit(y
Philadelphia North American. stay with ,yi friends on eartu, I wouid !
meet myabsent ones above. My hus- capital.
Tuscan boys, like most others, delight band was advised to get Dr. King's The town was alit withl drunm-
in flying kite, but custom doesn't New Discovery for consumption, coughs
in flying kites, but custom doesn't per- and colds. I gave it a trial, took in all mers, yesterday.
mit them ew do so except during Lent. eight bottles. It has cured me, aud Times tile pretty ddll here now,
If they flew in the face of this custom, thank God I am saved and now a heal- .
their kiteswould be torn up bythe oth- thy woman." Trial bottles free at any owing tolrhe tanrers n. busy at
er boys. drug store. Regular size 50c and $1, their faMd!v.
LEGAL NOTICES. guaranteed or price refunded. Tie "jail birds" a leti.tel to
Realgion and thM PosTsum. make their escape Iroi tlie j-'il Ly
Notice. Ahi incident fbld by the Rev. V. B. picking a hole through ai all; but
Notice is hereby given that the bridge iar'h6 iriTThef 5oniletIc ReView makes "
other Pine LogCreek oit the Vernon uand hpparenf the necessity ih this transi- the jailer51'. J, Mobh'y 'ivered it
Point Washington road will be let for fion period of getting the hfegro in- too soon for them and e id them.
buildiflI. to the lowest- resnonsille hlide r,. .-- .. -.--i- -. ...i. ,,--. ....


'l'le- pie or-
ortper of it,
nuie a ruund
td tLie land

broken and ready tor sntiug, and
about one acre paled i iini planted
to vegetables. With A lichlio as
manager, it -.ill not b llig till it
will be self-bustaining. lie euinty
commissioners could d ~o e ii a
better electionor l ur l poaLio 0. '.
Dr Dawkiins is k)t 6invy attend-
ii.g the sick.
Mrs. Mobley and .Mrs. Hoouell ha\e
been quite sick, but ,It aoi h ,i.y to
say, they are cunivalescent an.! ouit of
Only a small acreage %ill be plitit.
ed to cotton ini tlis s cticon of the
county, ihis year, on neaoniit of the
low price of the tst.ale, wiicl speak.-
well for the larmin, inteiestsi of the

it does not require an expert to detect PleT f li ite
tho sufferer from kidney trouble. The . ...... "
_"d. :-e---:II .-. .7

hollow cheeks, the sunken eyes. the
dark, puffy circles under the eyes, the
sallow, rpat'rsIncolored comupl-ex;on inT
die:;tcs it.

and flominy will ile rte- lit.
There is but vei. littlan I wli t I lie
farmers buy ou time inltoL y Ivwila lour
cent cotton but -tu tl.-yv c.,i, raise

A phy.i'sitmn would ask if you had emeve in thi
r'heunatism, a dull p;in or ache in the themselves

back or over the hips, stomach trouble
desire to urinate often, or a burning or
scalding in passing it; if after passing
there is an un atisfied feeling as if it
must be at once repeated, or if the nri ne
has a brick dust deposit or strong odor.
When these symptoms are present, no
time should be lost in removing the
Delay- may lead to the gravel, catarrh
of the bladder, inflammation, causing
stoppage, aind sometimes requiring the
drawing of the urine with instruments,
or mav i run into Irl- .ht's Die'ao.se th1ii

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. most dangerous stage ,f kidney trouble.
Land office at Gaine1ville, Fla. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great
A pril 17, 1898,
N,iice L hi. ',riIy given that the 'ol- discovery of the eminent kidney and
lowing a:uicdu ..clt.?r has filed notice of bladder specialist, is a positive remedy
hi.s int.'ti.,i. to nk. final proof in sup- for such diseases. Itts reputation 1-
pi rt 4 hi ,;olaim. a:.d :h said proof orld-wideaud it issoca\ u tog et an.
n i.l ., ii. .,i.'' bA rl th ,e rl of th e I,- .. t .. .t a u-
cnii r:o, irt at V 'rm.ri, [.'0 on M,. "* store t!hat ll o ol need .d-I ..' u a: y
211, i.S .i, \Z.: length oIr i .'."-,n it of it.
S'I.'-t ; N it of V.; r., Fla. However. if von preferfitrst to test its
H,1f... l, rtI,- .of t wand swi of wonderful n crits, mention I heSt-An-
nw 1 of 1 i. t 5i.... ir 12 w. I drews Buoy alai u .*!. to Dri. Kitilce &
Hi-' ua s tbe f,,l..ving witnesss to Co., Bingha.mipton. N. Y., for a sanm ie
pr1,. e I i i,,' cti: iof riedednce upon. bottle and book telling all about il., both
aid t.Iulitivation of said land, viz: I absolutely free mail.
iKirluW. '. A. Mother, E. V. Wil- t ab
Haums S. S. Williams, ail of W uta po
Fla. W. G, RoBINSON. togister. A Great Bargain !
Editor's fee paid.
Here is some .pf the ,uinst de.iraY, e
NOTICE FOR PUALICATION. property in Si Aindries, offer.ri- toc r saol
Land OtCice at G( i.sville, Fla. for almost riotlingi if taken in a ll np..
March 27. 108W. The conlod llllioious hlurise and spacious -'
NI-ice is hereby given th. t the fol- poundsund s tfciiig onA upn',: ViAfa av ii ,
lowing hamnied buttler has hiled notice of omninerce aid C(lletnut ?trctet;C<,,lt t-gi
nis intoi.1.ion to port of his clatimn, and that said nqoof Loruiine aveinie; two lots rnorthl andi cast
will be mado before the clerk of the of T. C. I)anfoltr'.; ,tore, on Cilciiiamti
circuit couri at Vernon, Fla., ona May street ud block IS (live a.nres) ofi th
13, 1899, z: 1" Cof sec. 31, twa 3, ranbiie 14,v. 1h.
JOHN E. EVAN'S of Point Washing'- sold in a hluin1 tillnm the ni,,xt sixty davni
ton. it., $li00 ill biyv tihe ]l e lis Cr wi!l r Il.
Hd 23945 for the w- of L the nel and e of rso!d in syp:"vt pairc"Il at a NOt od-
nw+ of sec. 25., tp 2s, r 1U w. \a-i ce froli the price i r ,nd. 'l'ille to al&
He names the following witnesses to this iripertv perfect o-i full pitiii ul
prove his continuous residence upon a,- dliiss he tI' i'., St An, rews, Fmi-
and cu tivation.of said land, viz: -". --r' *. r .
Lafayette Casey, G. W. Lee, L. J. 'I -3-4 !
,Miller and John Marh;,il, all of Point TIIE SANITA IIUM at Olii
W ashington, Fla. "-o Toii is ol'er eil tod r rrote t al a reas-
W G. ROBINSON, Register. I"ll"-onlii Ile prie .' rThe ien! tor ia tiiHi
E1"1'Editor's fee paid. \ uary go tow xeds repairing tir hose ain'
fixing, up thle f lices.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Also, iwo eottiges oil Lornine aveline
S OIC AINESVILE, FL cst of Drake street.
LAND OIFICE AT GAINEfL, FLA. F,.t further parliiculars, ap)ly at thi
March 27, 1899. 13,ioy o liC e
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of IMP lOVEDl FiAR FOR SALE !
his intention to make final proof in sulp-
port of his claim, and that said proof Uilt ERtP in Ifr Sml0llPlP[
will be made before clerk of the circuit E l. J alino fo lur gU u c.
court at Vernon, Fla., on May 13, 1899, Ond hundred rtand s!xty acrtis of cloic-
viz: F trying Lltnd in the south half of section
LAFAYETTE CASEY, of Point Wash- 7, township 4s. of range 13w. Good
in l ')oi., Fla. Dwelling House, 1'r've Well, ,o'ivenie ni
Hld 23725 ior the w ijof the seI of sec. outlihouses. Fine Fruit Orchard of PeaIls.
25, and the w of ne i, (or lot 1,) of see. Peaches, Plums, etc., andi trearly 1,000
38, tp.2s, r 19 w. Grape Vines, all irl bearing. If taken
-He name" the o',ll.ving witne::'ses to soon will he sold for-
prove his continuous 'ro'ulo "puo and '- 1 0 0 0!
cultivation of said land, viz: ,
.T. E. l'Evans, G. W Lee, 1L. G. Miller, And tle a "P'ior e WIt u alodnr cost a goosi
and Ji)oIn Marshall. all of Point,.Wa.-b- deal moi li.h, g ould t le o fu r --ral ington, Fla. W. G. ROBINSON, down, hut might'give tire on oru-half the
i Editor's Fee paid. Register. parclhase money. For full particulars ad-
'sFee paid. Register. rsthe BUOY, St. Andrew.s Bay, Fln

Divorce Notice.
First Judicial circuit of Florida-Circuit
Court of Washington County.
Joseph S..Austin co"nphlin'ant, vr. Parrv
Lee Austin defendant-Bill for divorce.
It is ordered that the defendant, Parry
Lee Austin, appear, plead, an-swer or de-
mur to the hill filed in this case onthe
28th day of April, A. D., IlN9-.
This or er to be published for a period
of four weeks in the St. Andrews Buoy.
Doneand ordered this the 22d day of
March, A. P. 1899, in the town of Ver-
nion, Washington Co., Fla.
W. B. LAssrrTrE,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
BUTiER & FLOYD Washington Co., Fla.
Complainant's Solicilto.o,
Divorce Notice,
First Judicial Circuit of Florida -Circuit
Court of Washington County.
Len Williams, Complainalt.t. vs. Alice
Williams. Defendant. Bill for Divorce.
It is ordered that the defendant, Alice
Williams, appear, p ad, answer, or de--
mur to the bill filed in this case {,n the
1st day of May. A. D., 1899.
This order to lie published for the peri-
od of four weeks in the St. Andrew.-
Done and ordered this 24th day of
March, A. D., 118W. ,W. B1. LASSITTE.,
Clk Ct Ct, Washington Co.. FIa.

Geo. S. Hacker & Son,


Al1AN U FA C 1PC[Its

S3ui3ldine Material.
fVil-dow and Fancy Glass a
%A 1. 0 111Specialty.1

Puchli as corn, meat syrup, ugar, ',po-
tatoes-both sweet andl Irish, maelons
of all kinds, vegetable, as much
beef as they can use, filit anim ground
peas and chnfas in aluildance, and
they should 'put their shoulnler.s to
the wheel and keep it oviiug in that
direction and success awaits tlieiu
And above all, if tihelv wi.li ever to
reach a coirlitlluofn fl i neiidelienIeiice,
they must keep out il .lebt.
Tax Collector A. j Jnoes is busy
arrnaging his delinquiii'n list, anid .11
taxes that reinain ui ili'i on the liest
day of may M ill bec',1ti diliiHinuuiil
aiit the proieil ty. h iiatverrii-el ;uan
sold; so parli.s whlo haje not jpai
for the ,. 49'i$ r .ir' ur bear tl i.- in
mind aud Li't-Ier"~1'.*i-. accord
i.-ly. MicK. ('4iil'llibe hu-i Iler
with a pe is a--ii-,1ig1 in .
HB o W

lahlassee to n'lpr.ieeiit
latnie, and it i- ti I

us in Ihe legis-
l h, ,h l, i h ,ill

prove an able ie'iili ri aI rerescit
the best ilte e.t of li,. ci.iiti;uien'y
M,:: .\XoN.

By allowing Ilie ite ioulilinnos of the
bowels to re poisoned. De Wutt's Li le E ly Risers
regulate the Ipintls. ' i hti and you
will alwa ,s u e thi. IL. 1". ri-ackin &
Son keep thema in ?al.-.
Rice an na Deett,'r f "Tiuaies.
Not being .- l t.,, ir 'te .,l.' ibui.g in
connection will the li of t1'. o 2.000
rupees from th cash .-'c l of tlic- Sunrati
Bazaar conii:.ny. ihe IlI t-r.,r-, have re
sorted to :'-tr:.>,'ey ;nr, i..i' 7. oreeory
Every emirIo;. r',i tl ii,- .r :i .-- :. giv-
en a mnouthf.ii of ri '- t4 e. ii ich bhad
been previoT.- ly I;ut lir i!" i., rag-
ic preparation. It:' r-ii lt.n- a th at if
the person who bhul tr, ti,<:- money
ate the rice -'it.le Vtii .t u! th.-rtune
would befall him It'ts inet roi rded
that any of 1he no t-liyJir t havu, yet met
with a disast1,r. -R:irgth Gazett'e.
A Sn nil teroli ,I'nlt.
"Briggs is av' nluly h&rho Ithis morn-

"Yes. Yca know h. danmp it was
last night? Well. Bri andl his wife
stood on the corner waitC for ai street
car, and Urivirs' wlfe t 'te,' in to say
something, al Bnr.-;.'s tod'i there for
fully a half ihear with ts riiorth open
trying to get in a word edge-wise.
That's where h4 i -t his hoarteness."-
Cleveland Plain Dealer '

'The Je.-t lIt tithe Vr'orl1d.
W e hl livee C 1a .'-", :. hl-
edv is tl(i e l st in lih i t i ll .- I-.A d.,':lts
,go we sutieriAd wi-ith a r \ i' c.il driir ; i
tron !,le Oili' e trrii.eli. riid lm' l"i'-- -,',al lhtI il
i dver isenl ent In our 0o' It .iIll otih r pa-
pers, we purchased a l-t 1ic to see if it
%vot'd effect us. It Lnii'i I h, before ilhe
bottle was half used. It" I.e heat dined-
ch:e out, for colds and -'iu .. .-ThPe Hcr-
ald, Anudersonville, Ind. 41 .I sal? bh L
31. Waro. St. .ilndri-'w 'n ll u lh..l :inl1
all -nv'dlcine lh-rier.-.

lmtcat' pfilhig,Busilness,
Situation. Type-Wrltin

ror circular of his famous and ror~ponslble
Awarded T42ed- I ,LfW 1td's.xpoalt1on.
Refers to tIr.;u.n-3a o5 r iu.rs In Po,.ttlnnu
Cost ofFuali taanCMss cqis. I ladij~ifn&TL1Il
tlon, Boob. i l !3an -.tiit, L f, l h.
,'Zhorthand,Tjype-W6in, n- h;m.t& rS pECciltea.
Wg"Tlie Y.ermuck7 tirm'r1), u..l'ImUnderseat,
dN'e vma~io v:1n-":i- r ji a-dnmmrsiuetu
in J' L'C w 1 .u I--- no r . C55 .de (a e y.

Perhaps you have had the
grippe or a hard cold. You
may be recovering from
malaria or a slow fever; or
possibly some of the chil-
dren are j.;st getting over
the measles or -.' .n
cough .
Are you r'co" ri"g r:'t
as you shouid? Has in t
yot't c"i f:'o::'lv Imft ,'iri'
blood full of impuritY,=?
And isn't this the reas,:m
you keep so poorly? Don't
delay recovery longer but






Ween s ,I~?


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lil, fiGirci es, FaRly Tolt Arilluclg,

I nd no Quack Nostrums.

DR,JJ-, ES, ER. 1. D. rupwist.


: It will remove all impurl.
ties from your blood. It is
also a tonic of immense
value. Give nature a little
help at this time. Aid her
by removing all the products
of disease from your blood.
If your bowels are not
just right, Ayer's Pills will
make them so. Send for |
cur book on Diet in Consti-
pation ... -
Wake, to otr Dqcqksfa
We have the ex, I :ve ,"eev-es
of some of t. os, emient Ohysi-
cians In tha Unitod States. 1WrittS
free'v and receive a prompt rcily,
without co.t. . *
Address, DR. J. C. AYER, S
Lowol, 'Mass. g

Bamboo Fort iffcathnon.
Throughout the east the banimbo play
an important role in nearly every kind
of outdoor work. In building earth-
works it is utilized very ch:verly iind,',;d.
In sandy soil or in the soft loa'm along
the swarnna two rows of i-'i aoo n.re
driven, about f;ur feet ap'-rt. The
l:u-,lths of bamboo are about 10 or 13
feet long, and the thickness is about
tour inches. Earth or ea.d is thrown in
between the rows cf bawnboo, multing a
litch in-front of the stockade. A third
row of bamboo is then driven four feet
in the. rear of the inner row. but this
row rises only a couple of feet abowv the
natural level of the soil. More earth or
sand is tilled in, and the filling in each
case is rammed down as hard as possi-
Who-e ',;"; has been a sThadont
C,.,j ,.l '1 :-:.', fo cut portholes t! ,r')i'b
., tr..r,t tlI.- r of .:l : ., men in
.be i.rtli. i ,- tns tlnhr up, n-eedl
not expose h *1.. **'. Q. .. l.-l .. :. is
s in all .- of rniddly "c-n'-ructd
', Ii works. tenmporary prot. ;ctiou iLone
aii been dsir(:d, -th rows of harnboo
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the natural level, and the ,ovn lie !owa
or crouch behind the grotect:on tir.~s
afforded and fire over it.
Such works will keep out nny ri-e
ball, and will even so localize shrapnel
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the shrapnel strikes the bamboo bhfirr.
exploding it will harm only t (bs. di-)
rectly in front of it If it hnr.ts 'cfor
reaching the earthwork the sLrapn,!I
balls will fail to penetrate it.
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community had permitted Herr Tappan
to send his son away to a college, for
Hermann was to be the physician of
the community, their Herr Doctor, as
they called him.
Hermnann understood the timidity of.
Annie. He, too, had once been restrain-
ed till all his thoughts were sadness.
He bade the girls take her at once to
4 her mother's cottage, and he watched
them all till Annie had disappeared
through the window
" But why should the young Herr Doe-
tor come to Mother Schweppe's cottage
next day, asking for her famous wine
for his patients?'
"Knowest thou not. I have disposed
-of it long before this time?" cried
Mother Schweppe.
"I thought perhaps .thou mightst be
making it again," faltered Hermann.
"Make wine in June? What Sort of
a man!" And Mother Schweppe laughed
loudly and unmelodiously, much as one
of her cabbages might have laughed.
And while her dull eyes were closed
in mirth Hermann crushed into An-
nie's hand a bit of paper, and Annie,
child- though she was, hid herself among
the grapevines before she dared to open
"Thou art most beautiful l I love
thee." That was all.
After that it was easy for Annie to
climb down by the grapevine from her
window, and once she went alone with
Hermann far down the solitary railroad
track. But Madge loved Hermann, too,
in her way, and, being jealous, she told
Annie's mother.
The next day the elders came to
Mother Schweppe'shouse. Noone smil-

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I found them in a book last night,
These withered violets,
A token of that early love
That no man e'er forgets.
Pressed carefully between the leaves,
They keep their color still.
I cannot look at them today
Without an old time thrill.
Ah, me, what tricks does memory play
The passing years have fled
And hopes that lived in vigor once,
Alas! have long been dead.
And this is all that I can say,
When all is said and done,
. Those flowers remind me of some girl-
I wish I knew which one change


What led Herr Schweppe to join the
Amanites no one knew but the elders.
The Amanites did not gossip about it.
They were not given to gossipifig about
anything. Work, duty, God-these
were all their thoughts. But the visit-
ors to the close lying Amana villages
seldom failed to notice that Herr
Schweppe was a gentleman and to won-
der how he came to join the Amanites,
with their plain clothes and their lives
of toil. The mystery was hid in the
books of the elders. There was once a
visitor who claimed that he had had a
glimpse of the page and saw "Bis-
marck" written twice on Herr
Sch weppe's record. Thename was "Von
Sbweppe." too. 'this visitor said, '
though it was only Schweppe now.
Be that as it may, Herr Schweppe's
daughter Annie bore the traits of no-
ble German birth. She was a dark hair-
ed, dark eyed maid, appearing among
the other girls of the community like a
bit of Sevres ware '.nd1d by pieces
of useful but homely plain white china..
Little did the thrifty, godly Amanites
care for such beauty. In Amana a yard
of blue calico was accounted as worth
far more than a dimple.
The sorrows of exile killed Herr
Schweppe when Annie was a child, be-
fore she had grown so beautiful. Annie
had never seen a mirror, and no one
told her of her beauty. Her mother
gloated over it in secret. She loved An-
nie far better than the elders would
have sanctioned, but when the child
was near she was silent and cold. The
life of repression had had its effect On
poor Mother Schweppe.
In Amana the elders discouraged
lovemaking. Men and women entered
the church by different' doors, and a
line of sawdust box cuspidors marked
off the men's side of the house. But
among the girls at the Amana gasthaus
were two persons who did not have the
law of Amana in their hearts. They
were not Amana girls, but came from
outside, for no Amanite would have
permitted his daughter to be subjected
to the gaze of the strangers in the gast-
hans. It was Madge and Nora, alas,
who put all the mischief into Annie's
June moonlight was falling over the
yellow wheatfields, and the fragrance
of grapevine blossoms on the wall half
intoxicated Annie as she leaned out of
the small, square window next the
slanting roof of her mother's cottage.
It was while Annie was still thinking
of the land that might lie outside of
Amana that Madge and Nora came
along and asked her to go with them to
their pt:irt.y And Aunio stulo away and
A ghostly little party it was, of
Madge and Nora and Annie and only
three others in the hotel kitchen, but
as they sat in the glare of the oil lamp
reflector it seemed to Annie the wildest
dissipation. Two sheepish young
Amanites slouched on the bench at one
side of the kitchen, nervously pulling
their straw hats over their faces if any
one glanced at them. The third young
man was entirely unlike these. Annie,
big eyed and timorous, gazed at him in
wonder. He wore such clothes as fitted
him. His ruddy hair was brushed back
from his ears, not over them, in the
fashion of the Amanites. His face was
clean shaven, his figure lithe and
sinewy, and his merry eyes roved hither
and thither while he regaled the com-
pany with music. It was a mouth organ
which he played, but no matter. To
Annie it was heavenly. She had never
before heard mimusic of any kind, for the
Amanites attached a penalty even to
whistling. Suddenly Annie was trem-
bling and sobbing. and the player, con-
science smitten, ceased his melody.
He was not a great stranger to her,
as Annie had thought. He had not so
very many years ago worn the blue
jean and straw hats of the community.
He was none other than Hermann, the'
son of Herr Tappan, wgm Annie had
often seen in church when a child. The

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ed, and the terview was full of long
silences. A.i,- was taken down the
street, an ie r in front of her and an
elder lt-hi h ,:r. They put her in a
house, far a.- from her mother, and
gave h-r a I:,, portion of work. Her-
mann, t:' .,q a taken to a cloister,
though he ut laughing.
Six miic s' separation, six months'
fasting, pr r and hard work was re-
quired, and, after that ordeal the two
still wished. o be married the elders
would consi r the matter.,
A week p sed. Hermann and Annie
had sat in t .ir places at the morning
service, a j t chanced that,,;ey, with
meekly f" it hands, emerged from the
two doors the church at the same
moment. ddenly each one advanced
to the other hey met and walked away
together. elders were so.astounded
that for a ment no one could speak.
There had ,er been such an audacious
breach of t 'rules. Even the most ven-
erable me rsof the community were
The wii e of an approaching train
awoke tlh-,- 11 to action. "Disobedi-
u lId rs Luiil .d ,wn the street to the
railway .tt on. Here they found Her-
mann an. ilnuie, impenitent and defi-
ant. Tier as a brief storm of angry
"We gi, ,yvu hut one year to con-
rirer," sa .the l.ng faced chief elder.
'"You ma., 'ver shliw your faces here
again if -me not back within the
"TS si, leavest thy aged
father, and -tliho. Annie, thy mother,"
said another. ire kindly.
Annie Icr'kei..w:l at her blue calico
'gown and her rg1.h.b khes. "Whathave
they done t'cr t-t" bhe cried.
They aisend. e the steps of the car.
"Give thlie g'OLity i called Hermann
petnlanrtly. "We c-,ine back no more.'
And the train pulled away.
'All theiv-orld loves a lover," said
Herr Tappan to Mother Schweppe sad-
ly, "but thl lover Ioves noone but him-
self and hi sweetheart."
So Her-iinu and Annie went to the
city. The- were happy, and there
seemed to Cie no gh-i.ts at their fireside.
"Father a 0no mot er think more of their
carrots thbad theydo of us," they would
say merril) when they spoke of Amana
at all.
In May their baby was born. He was
a bautiiful chil.1 ani Hermann and
Annie never tired of watching him.
Hermann could scarcely .tear himself
away ir.jn liahy to attend his patients.
Countagl,-'u diseases he refused to treat.
Baby.y miht catch them. Annie's face
grew n...tter as she loked at the child.
For hours ihey woull a muse themselves
wt,::hin_' himi clamp a lead pencil in his
chubby fingers. They cut off a lock of
his baby hair and saved it in the Bible.
Wh.ium does the baby look like,
Annie '," asked Hermann carelessly one
"Like young did when you were a
baby, I suppo .(" aiwtered Annie gay-
ly. Su,.ld-..ljya staitl,-d lo,,k came into
her eyei. T*e thought came to Her-
manni l:r I i- uiiL.ii t. He dropped
on hi, .-ees be'-fre tlhe child. "Did
they iLi umkf fae .as we thi:k- of our
baby i' Lhw v.'h ,ie.rrl. A-L-'- was sob-
1, iv,. "!4jj ra', 3-.t f' i rw,'' she
cri .i. "r' i .-r..r i,, L... ,- L .. i. W e
may still! t- '.ii .
t a ,, '.
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Globe- Dt [m;,,; t.
.J 1. F idle e.ij .r :i I ,, 'ri.'' ietor of
tLb l'..Di o,:rt ,, ,i:',, -er, N. H. &ayv : '"I
'iii ji Ii i ll.it O ,ii ili|nil Cough
i'",i.' I'-r I '" I v, a Ir," t,'oulIli'd with a
>.,'-ii >. c 'd "t i- ihi. hest remedyfor
cr':ni" I -i:'r ic,1.'' Fur sale Iby R. F.
Lrjcl, ii Ai C

Drives Moose and Caribou to the Snow
Line and Stings Bears Blind.
Not only do the Yukon mosquitoes
attack men and overwhelm them, but
they drive the moose, deer and caribou
up the mountains to the snow line,
where these animals would prefer not
to be in berry time. They kill dogs,
and even the big brown bear, that is
often miscalled a grizzly, has succumb-
ed to them. Bears come down to the.
river from the hillside in the early fall
to get some of the salmon that are often
thrown upon the banks when the "run"
is heavy.
If bruin runs foul of a swarm of mos-
quitoes and has not his wits about him
his day has come. The insects will
alight all over him. His fur protects
his body, but his eyes, ears and nose
will soon be swollen up and bleeding,
and unless he gets into a rivei or a
strong wind he *ill be driven mad and
blind, to wander about hopelessly until
he starves to death.
Although, the Alaska summer is short,
two broods of mosquitoes hatch out eaoh
year, and are ready for business from
one to ten seconds after they leave the
water. It rains a good deal along the
Yukon, and rain is welcomed, for it
drives the mosquitoes to cover. They
hide under leaves and branches until
the shower is over; then they come out
be-ling with rage at' the time they have
beeu forced to spend in idleness, and the
minor has a harder time than ever after
his respite.
Mosquitoes and snowflakes are not
contemporaries in the States, but in
Alaska it is different. Snow does not
bother them so much as rain, and an
early snow may fall while they are still
on the wing. Fog does not choke them
either. They appear to like it. They
float about in it as in ambush and take
the unwary prospector by surprise.-
Denver Times.
Concerning Breakfasts.
The breakfast appetite varies strange
ly. Some persons are content with a
cup of coffee and a piece of toast; oth-
ers make it the most determined meal
of the day. Once it was formidable in-
deed. In Sir John Hawkins' "History
of Music" is quoted a sixteenth century
manuscript belonging to the house of
Northumberland which gives the break-
fast arrangements of the Percy family
both for Lent and for flesh days, and,
oh, how some of us have fallen away in
trencher work! Here is the simple
Northumbrian scheme: "Breakfast for
my lord and lady during Lent: First, a
loaf of bread in trenchers, two manchets
(a manchet was a-small loaf of white
bread), a quart of beer, a quart of wine,
two pieces of salt fish, six baoonn'd her-
ring, four white herring or a dish of
sprats. Breakfast for my Lord Percy
and Master Thomas Percy: Item, half a
loaf of household bread, a manchet, a
bottle of beer, a dish of butter and a'
piece of salt fish, a dish of sprats or
three white herring. Breakfast for the
nursery for my Lady Margaret and Mas-
ter IngeaPeam Percy: Item, a manchet, o
quart of beer (this for the nursery), a
dish of butter, a piece of salt fish, a
dish of sprats or three white herring."
At ordinary times my lord and lady
fared thus: "First, a loaf of bread in
trenchers, two mnanoehets, a quart of
beer, a quart of wine, half a chine of
mutton, or else a cbine of bt,-f L,.i-d,."
Lord'Percy and Master :Lotomas Per.y
disposed of "halt a loaf of householdd
bread, a manchet, one bottle of beer, a
cheeking, or else three mutton bones
boiled," while to the thirsty nursery
went "a manchet, one quart of bee%
and three mutton bones boiled. "-Corn
hill Magazine.
The White House Design.
The White House is an exact copy of
the Duke of Leinster's palace, Dublin.
In March, 1792, the commissioners
on building advertised for "'a plan
for a president's house to be erected in
the city of Washington." The prize
offered was $500, and that of James
Hoban, a young Irish mechanic, was
accepted. The design was supposed to
be original, but when the house was
completed it was -learned that Hoban
had copied it from the duke's palace.


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'Or giver, a~s a pre.i mni for, 5 ",-
cash PuI i'riAl ions.

Our Clubbing List.

The BUOI hJas made very iiier--I r'lu,.-
bing arra)ig:>z irrist-... ith'a it fe iitil',.
SI'-1 publicatjiis in -.the cni, r.i .,id I,
.the present caln send for a i holi oa,r.
T h e B U O Y a nd . -
Leslie's Illustrated W.:ky for..
Demorest's M. i.i.zi v...... ... 1.' "
DetroitP Free Press (twit .-a-' e:
and YcarB ook)....... ... l 7.
The Fla T. U.& OCitizen, lilyy f- :'i I
. do weekly, fr i 1 ..;o
Scientific Americn" < ,
Farmi er aind FruitGiocr ' ll
Florida A gricul tourist ,
do clu!)?ofi 5, each ".
Farm Jourh l, Philad'a, iii.,i.l'- i Iln
Cincinnati Enquire tw -n -, r.-
8 large pages each issuec... 7(
Atlanta Constituitio, .,
N. Y. World(tbhricea i. k) .... .. ;,-
For any or either of ti, i al.v, .j ;,.,
tions in connection u\irh ri rI Tr' a,'
iroess al orders to If\, LU n7'.
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A FRll Liu- of Canlned ioots.


Mast. Foos & Com n any's

Double Acting Force Pump,


This i th latest and most caoliplete
Hand l-low for working plants in ihe garden.- l
isselt-adjustable; the weight the block to
which the blade is attached keeps it in Ihe
~ ground, and the depth of plowing is regulated
by lifting the band ls. A boy or girl of ten
\ years can handle it with perfect eake. It ba" a
\ '24-neh stoel wheel, the eight of which makes
k -the plow light of draft. It has five blades: 1 is
., ;\ a rning mold, 2 a shovel, 3 a sweepor weeding
S \ blade, 4 a bull-tongue, 5 a rake. Wronch
.L .,...., with each plow.
.. We have made arrangements bi
4, _-.,,. which we can furnish this plow at
'" the factory price, $3.75, with

freight to St. Andrews Bay about 75 cents, making the plow, delivered
$4.50. But the BUOY proposes to do better than this and will send the Buov
one year and furnish one of these plows complete at the factory for #F4.50
puurchase- to pay freight.
The plow may be seen in operation at the BUOY Farm at any timn
Order from the BUOY direct..


G. WR For Sale Chea
g W SURBER Grazing Timbered Lands. incuding Ripa-
ts prepared to cut risu Rights; in all 1,310 acr4.; adjoins
WOOD) ANI) FEINCE POST'Is St.*Andrevws Hay. Fl.., for two and oue.
and deliver them at reasonable rates. half'miles. Emhaaces, bell oint. Prop-
I yo u nved labor with team., lJ upon erty o 1. J.. Hugies. Address 1. J.
yl. W. .ti, pon Bluou s, San i Juan, Puerto Rtco.

Another Bargain in Real Estate. Of 1118 City of St. AGndrwo
TheKilberg place, 2-miles norlheastI otllen up wnh g ':t care \ t. 1!,
of Parker, consisting of 80 acres fine publisher, who ha. ranel no ihi
timbered land, being the west half of to prepaike for the [p :i : ,I
the southwest quarter of section 6, tp St. Andrews tas it lealr ly i :I 1 -, .
4s, range 13w; 4 acres fenced with rew a t al It
picket fence and in cultivation, with about
several fruit trees, grape vines, etc.,
and a habitable shanty. Price $300 FOUR MILES OF COAST LNIE,
partly on time if desired. For particu- Fxtending ea.I'WAId 11I I L, 'tii
ars address the BuoY. Point, taking in the 01 W'si~ o
St.. Andrews, nr,.I giv ,-ati -
,S. tapublic busineo 0x i' I ..e, .
Y riLES . oo S Odences, docks ,,et.. f" o.*h( c ry"i ;i,
- is guaranteed tocure PILES, each block a iJnd tlr aP' 4n l.
r-r i S It Ii- iTit rel,-f.ai, i s a ,. a '. i ..
1 -. E N O ..- .e.l. ILEO I a D !. s.L
< I Ig,. r-'," ] .. 'C i I 'l.. 1. e 1h I p w ,lvl l. q .
MIRTIN LU}DY, Ug. aimacisi, L|aster, Pa Tile ita wlli .'v,-e I;.n ;,,. .
Sold at St. Andrcws Bay, Fla. heated, and is of vanlue to thJo',0 tl!,: k.
At Dr. Mitchell's Drug Store. ,,, ., p,. ..,,y..
caJl for fi tO amule. Size of Map 4Ox50 lilsh,,%

I] t A ri tW 0 N E DU ( LA F

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U i u t. flI U l U 1 uJ
and the
Bay Country.
We have made arrangements by
which we can furnish this fine MAP
covering about eighteen miles square
of territory, including the Cincinnati
Company's Tract, also Harrison,
Parker, Cromanton, and adjacent
country, for
Or given for 5 cash yearly subscriptions
By the aid of this map the location c
lands purchased of the Cincinnat
Company can be easily ascertained
or, parties may send us $1 and their
deseiiption and we will locate tlieii
lota and return the Map by mail.
Address THE i UOy,
St. Andrews, Fla.
For 5 cash subscribers, we will give as
a premium, 1 Sectional Map of the Bay
country, or 1 Map of the City of St. An-
drews. Either man sold singly-$1


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