Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: February 17, 1898
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Volume ID: VID00187
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Sit ANDREIWS BAY

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VO)L. VII.


ST. ANDREWS BAY, FLA., FEB. 17,


1898.


NO. 47.


OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.

UNITED STATE.
Senators- Hon. Sra'l PAaco, Mouticell
Hon S. R. Mallory, Penaaeola.
kepresentatives-lst Dit rict. S.M.Sparl
m ,an Tiampa; 2d District, R. I
bavis, Palatka.
Lajid Office-Register. J M. Barc
Rlceiver-N D Wainwright, Gainesvill
STATE.
Governor-W. D. Blozlinm; Secretary
State. J. L. Jrawford; treasurer, J.
"hitfield; Attorney General Wm. B. La
anar; Comptroller. W. H Reynolds; St
eriutendent )f Public Instruction, W
N. Sheats; Commissioner of Agricu
tare, L. sB. Womliwell; Adjatant Ge
oral, Patrick Hou.ton. Tallahassee.
U. S. SENATOR.
First District-S. R. Mullory, Persacolk
second Dialrict,Samnuel 'nasco Monticello
i STATE SENATORB.
S'went-fifth Distriec-J. S. Clarke, We
wahithka.
WASHINGTON CoUNTr.
Representative, S. M. Robinson,Chiplev
County Judge, D. D. Melvin, Vernon
Clerk of Court, County Clerk, Recorde
of Deeds, W. B. Lassitter, Vernon
Sheriff, C. G. Allen, Chipley; Treasure
.C. Hurn, Chipley; Tax Collector, A
Jones, Vernon; Tax Assessor, W
Gainer, Ecoiifina Superintenden
pt' Public Instruction, W. L, Locky
phipleit Surveyor, Thos. Collins, Chip
lay.
S ST. ANDREWs.
sliceie of the Peace. W. [. Singleterry
Notary Public. Deputy Circuit Cour
Clerk. W. A. Emmons: School Super
visor, l.t F. Brackin; Post Master, I
M.Ware


HARnisoN.
Postmistress, Mrs. M. B. Jenks.
PARKER
?otianater and Nutary Public,
Parker.
PITrsunC.
?oeostistress, Mrs Halssell'org.
SL .. Ay soif.
Postmastei, S. W. Anderson
.GAr.
Postmater, Mrs. It. Gay.
BA r FIAn.
l'ostmaster. Martin Post.
FRnMDAI.E.
bostaainsi, W. F. Woodford.
'WETAPHO.
rPetmistress, Mrs. Dver.,
WV Sr BAr,
Podtmmeter, P. N. Hutchinson.


W. H


CAI.nouM CoUNTY-ClOM ANTON.
4utaries, E. Mosher, Frank Huskins
Postmaster, W. M. Croman; Con;i
ty Commissioner, H. M. Spicei
Deputy Clerk of Courts. S. T. Walkle
it RELI 1 OUS.
Aetkndiist-Church cor. Wnalhinglon are
and Chestnut st-Rev. L. G. (inn,
pastor. Preaching at II a. m. and 7:31
r. U w. *l*v all-eril ut -ulld&y.
Y. P. S.C. E.--Prayer meeting at tile
Presblyterian church every Sunday after
soon at 3:30 o'clock. All are invited.
Baptist--Church, corner of Wyoming
aven-t and Cincinna I street. Church
conferer:, .: turday Ihefore first Sunday
al 4 p. Sunday school every Sunday at
fJ10 a.m. Preaching second and fourth
Sunday In each mouth. Rev. J. 1'. Smith,
pastor
Preslyterian-Church corner Loraine
avenue and Drake street.
Jatholic-Qhurch corner Wyoming ave-
sie. aid Foster street
TUE MAILS.
The northern mail, via Anderson, Gay,
Bayhead and Chipley departs every day
except Sunday at 3.00 o'clock; a. m.;
arrives every day except Sunuay at
7:40 p. n.
Ra4l lay mail for Harrison, Crotianton,
rk'itr,,Farmndale and Wetappo, leaves
St. Andrews going east every morning
at 6 o'clock and leaving Wetappo at
I o'clock, arrives, coming west every
eveniii at 7 o clock.
Si. ANDREWS BAY, CHIPLEY &
VERNON TELEPHONE CO.
(Incorporated Nov. 7, 1886.)
SCHEDULE OF RATES:-For each five
minutes, or fraction thereof, use of
Phone:
Between St:Andrews Bay & Gay.... 10e
S" Bay head 15c
4" "4 Chiploy. 25e
9 Chipley 4 Bayhead........ 15c
is Gay ............20c
Bayhead & Gay............ 5c
For transmission by telegraph 10c.
extra, not including telegraphic service.
A. J. GAY, Gen'l Mgr.

Parker Lodge No. 142
A.* IV. &S A. A! L
Regular (3ommuni-
*, cations on Saturday,
on or before each full
moon.
SVisiting Brothers
MiUTEIALLY INVITED.
E. PALMER, W. M.
W. A. Exoao. Secretary.

BUSINESS DIRECTORY,
W. A. EMMONS,
Depirty Circuit Court Clerk and No-
tary Public for the State at Large; has
jurd fiction to administer oaths, take
aMsca4its, legalize ackuowledgments,
etc.,.anywhere in Florida. Special at-
tebt~oa given to la'd conveyances and
to olrriage services, and license issued
to ldIfully qualified parties. Office at
the BUOY Office, St. Andrews Bay.
R. J. J. KESTER,
Honer'dathic Physician iad Ac-
coacher. Office Pioneer Drug Store,
corner of Shell avenue and Michi-


gan street,
St. Andrews


* *


Florida


DR. W. 0. MITCHELL,
PAylcian and Druggist, Commerce st.,
tast of Bavview. Offers his professional
fervice- to the citizens of Sf. An-
drews and vicinity. Residence on Buena
Vltra avenue.

C. H. CRIPPEN,
Notary Public.
Will attend promptly to all business de-
manding his attention. Office on Rav.
jew street, one block northeast of T
S Dnm ford's store


PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY strict Economy. The Conquerors.
One ellur ear la Adtance. New York Post. Pensacola News.
Mr. Dingley, leader of the house. There is a new plan n fobt-or
WILLIAM A. EMMONS is a quite different gentleman from rather on somebody', brain-o give
Editr and Proprietor. Mr, Dinglev, author of the law to Cuba her long sought freedo.ni It
Dil i prevent a deficit (his own deficit to is the product ofa Minneapolis ltan's
Display ad rates 50c per inch per month /
e Position and extraordinary condition date being more than $52,000,000), mind, to take effect on the 4th of
rates subject to special agreement.. and issuer of bulletin, to show that next July, if at all. His theory is
of "Local Drift," 5c per line, first insertion; we shall soon be Just wallowing iln nott -i i bad, hut its practice will T1
B.. ,
B. 2Yc each subsequent. Display locals- surplus revenue. All the dispatches create much doubt.
double above rat agree that te programme of severe Oe hundred thousand men are to RW DRIGUES 01
1- economy in the house is exciting be landed in Cuba,a number which AM s* ARNo tSI
The World is Full of Beatty. vast indignation among the rank and crippled Spain will hardly be aisle to cCo0,RauCTs.si Iv e.a PUTNra!
E. A. Emmons in F'oridian. file who so dearly love to go in for face without grave disaster. In this ......._..
: There lives a voice within me, guest an- the ol% flag sitd an appropriation, way the American plans to secure "Since there is some donbt about it, pleased I shab be.
el of my heart i must give you a specific case. Take oit of your nacle
gelof my hesrt,l w The spending billsare to be cut to Cub frelaU. Him 100.000-noi, the body of Mr. Lewis, for example, will do"
And its weet lipins win me,'till the quick. No river and harbor 1lil Iill lanl in peaceful intent. but they Would you expect any shrinking of his Iwillgetwhat
tears full oft.n start' ner?' left tlwwom, r
Up evermore it springcth, like hidden ia so much as to be thought of, and will fight if other ways cannot avail. I fingers?"k I hay latertomelo
Upevrort prlgeh lkehddn"I think I should, though they may ter *110A some lo
melody, public buildings are to be kept down All in all. lthe scheme is a pretty? not have done so to any rousidcrable ex- plaoed-be articles
; And evermore it singeth the Songof in most miserly fashion. Why is (sne, thou-hli bordeliin on the ULt,- tent in the few days which have lowingtbhem to be
er Songs to me: tis? Tile er give tile ar l, a i i- ,btul i elapsed." before he removed
; This world is full of beauty, as other The ai. r given the angry i, a doubtful whether t "They would not have swollnr them Into a comp
r worlds above, private members, with their beauti- will be given g.'-eral credence,. A!- "No, I am positive that they would tied seeurmly.
worlds above,not" "I ndy
, And if we did our duty it might be tiful private bills up their sleeves, is luring methods have often been sug- n o oto o M d o
And"if we'did our duty it might be "Thank you, doctor; you have settled My idea Is togo to
it full of love, that Chairman Dingley says the gusted to free Cuba. None have yet an important point for me. When the that bundle over
Y; ~state of the revenue is such that not i'later li7ze.l Perhaps this. ii tried trial comes on, please remember this in- that be did. and th
Smen wor ere sforin, a dollar can he spared which is not ill result with better luck. wi terview, in case you Ehould bequestion- of i It am.sorry t
kind words were spoken, d ed about it on the witness stand." at just what point
SInstead of scorn so grieving, there strictly necessary. Thus does Ding. Floridias tleeplv trust so. "I will testify, of course, though as m dst do the best
' might be few hearts broken; ley the chairman act as il he did not yet I cannot see what it is that you are knowledge The
might be few heatbroken;Her Tlheory Offensive., trying to prove." tossed the bundle A
- Were truth our uttered language, an- believe a word that Dingley tle ta. Was ington Post. "Pardon me if I s no more at on the bridge and
S gels might talk with men g* ey "s l La. Was ington Post. "Pardon me If I say no more at this on the b ewdge and
A. gels mlght talk with men, ticia:l a:,i prophet says. Certainly A gill who has theories has made time. I must think onlyof the interest Thenrem e would
And God-illumined earth should seethe which I am serving, and Ideem it wisest on the side near
Golden Age again: the raging congressmen, robbed of up her wind that one of them, at to work quietly, as yet. Will you oblige ate,that what I
For this world is fullof beauty, as their appropriations, cannot be least, she will never again speak in me by not mentioning this to anyoneI ee vLot your
[. other worlds above, blamed for asking what kind of a public. At sombo.ly's tea not long "I will be discreet, since you seem to ious to nve the e
think it is important.w"ilwI at oncea'
And if we did our duty it might be surplus revenue it ia that cannot be she miet a elly bu think it is important.o we O at noer'
full of love. a go, s me met an elderly but atil L.eaving the doctor's house, Mr. ,. ^ I cnnot
f drawn upon. They are a little slow, youthtl.l-appearing man, who is a Barnes went to the bridge from which the n r may make
With plenty 'round us smiling, why but in time tey will understand that power in society. Te ct l Marvel claimed that he had thrown the : nD days afte
hear they for bread? the unrplut prevent e which Mr. Dineg.y. bundle of clothing. Looking over the :curent. However
ear theory for bread? the surplus revenue which Mr. Ding. turned on hair, and the lack of hair. edge, into the water, he concluded that same bour as he
Whvarocrushedmillions toiling,gaunt, lty sees pouring in upon him it for "You can toll a man'sncharacter on whichever side t had been thrown insure or notbein
clad in rags, unfed? oratorical and electoral pucposes. on te way bales bei wit the bundle must have been carried by Iwlshif p ble
The sunny hills and valleys blush ripe the current toward the dam; otherwlee think e will eturn
with fruit d grain, only; when it comes to actually ii,,t." announced the young woman it would have been found on the banks, "You will wait t
But the lordling in his palace still con"ti"n the money and voting it who ha theories. which were elving on the oth ideo "Yeah You lef
wrongs hib fellow-men: away, the creator of the deficit i as ,, ,e bridge| and retobed your
wrongs his fellow-men: away, the creator of the deficit ixs ".\ scholarly, studi.ous, upright Next he left the bridge and went to came here after tha
Yet this world is full of'beauty, asiainfully coniciius of thie work of man always grows bald at the crown the side of the stream north of the dam, own house and hi
i btde tworldsabovge, his own hands as any other mant. ,f hieal fir. and from that pointtudied theapparent wherhbe must ha
if mon but did their duty it might be a ea rt conditions. "Well," thought he, it f 1180 ."
fullof love. Findiigs of the Monetary Con- "And suppose he grows bald at Marvel had sought for a place to lose a The evening pm
I .. tem tference. the temples first?" asked the elderly thing he could not have chosen better." the time being c0
S the rush for gold!d amid e fu lowilngb are the chief fen- genCiitliia, whos.. hair is really al- saw a number ofenormou d .ir mitd
What noble hearts are eapped of love, ttures of *lhe clurenrcy bill f,.rmnultedl inmost a bang., bowldersof jagged nr. priectingl#m qa1?1 It'
what spirits lose lif.-'s hold, by tlhe Ilmlianap',lis monetary confer- "0," said the young womatlnl hasatw, which isaliallowas it palss W4~ttn.dI
And yet upon this God-blessed earth ence recently. tielY, "e's a ver ad r t amerabe eddie 4besea4 ghJt .
Si. .B.ad. o and these rodesgh a~p
there's room for every one, I. o remove, and forever, all tdlouLt then. I nievr .kn a i 4laa who smaller current A bundle of lothiat ""' 'i:
-.%l1iJu of aere. wa.It t ,' .ec" and fm,. as tr what tt.ve staridarig 6'f vaiuo Cn grew "iTm al, hs tr
rote in the sun: tee rocks and held then utter c t rc re aaBt al l ww led to see t
This world is full of beauty, as other the United States is atndi is to be. o h wasn't an utter scoundrel at time, orat least long enough to beof ct Vey good W
worlds above, 2. To work in Iarumony with the heart." practical value to Walter Marvel. Mn"
SAnd if men did their duty it might be nations of the world. "But-" gan the list Thr. The detective saw that he had almost simplyy 'W. M.
A ull of love d r B i r a hopeless task to make this river yield not appear, and the
full of love. 3 To eliminate from our currency "O,. lie may conceal his real na- up its secret, if indeed it held one. together there is no
The leaftonguts of the forest, theflow system those features which reason taro," she went on, "bnt he's a vil- However, he was not a man easily was there. It 0oc
The leaftongues of th e forest, the nflow em daunted by obstacles, and be deter- may have been and
r-lips ofthe sod, ad experience how to be helmets l jut the same. Don't you agree mined to make an attempt that night out, but that is im
SThe birds that hymn their rapture into of weakness and danger. with me?" He chose the night for his experiment. As this hope we
the ears of God; 4. To !,roride a pa'er currency The elderly gentleman arose. lisi deeming it wisest to make the condi- seemed much disap]
And the living wind that bringeth sweet to gd ad eqal t it vice trembed a little. tion a nearly as possible similar to What do y
music from the sea,, convertible into gold and equatthose under which the accused had act- Barnr?" said
Have each a voice that singeth the in value at all times and places. in "Young lady," lie said, "I wear a ed. He thought thattbe currentsamong Ing, is it not?"
S Song of Songs to me: which, with a vo ume adequate to toupee." these roksmigt be different at night, "Doreta know a
S* i t. as then the mills would not be working. more than one name
For the world is full of beauty, as the general and usual needs of ous- iinday's Idea of Luxury. He closely examined the dam and con- I cannot be oc
othe- worlds above, iness, there shall be combined a q' al' Wa'hington Star. eived a new idea. The dam was made i beard of any other e
qualify we dWaourhdutyit gightnbeStar.h I Iof wood, and as its construction must "Still 'he may ha
And ifullolove r duty, tmghtbe ity of growth an elasticity through "If I had plenty o money to d be clear to you in order that youmay itmay have been'W
S----f ---l--o which it will adjust itself auto- with as t wished," said Senator Lind- understand the course pursued by Mr. r with 'W.' for tb
SWhat Do We Plant When We mtiically and promptly to all varia- say ot Kentucky. to a patty of friends Barnes it becomes necessary to describe look that up. It th
Plant the Tree. tions of demand, whether udden or at the' Hotel Washington the other The bridge is about 100 fe wil asart our n e
or r'tling on a t ~ r The bridge hi abowt 100 teeth ssuth of we w tart on the
Whatdo we plant when we plant when gradual, and which shall distribute inor:intg, 'I'd' have music played at the point where the water goes over the Everly, yo may o
we plant tLe tree? itself throughout the country as t he all my meals a'nd get cigars made at dam. Standing on this bridge, one no. wish. ,We re goiu
We plant te ship that will cross the ra ties a smooth body of water flowing the clothes which M
We plant te ship that willrossthewants of different sections may re- $50 a Iundred. These are two lux- toward the place where it shed ove over the bridge"
We plant the masts to carry the sails; qu"ire. urie I would most ariiely indnlge the dam, but he forms no idea of the "I should like to
We plant the plank to withstand the 5. To so utilize the existing silver myself in. l'd have the music play. ow of the r irent faour thi po o dobt i yea will s
gale. dollars as to maintain their parity ed by a small orchestra, say a horn yiew. On the line where the stream and besides I went
Te keel th keelson and beam and knee, with gold without imposing undue and two or three violis' and flute. dashes downabothe rfaees som each thoroughly more t
We pntthe ship when we plant the burdens on the treasury. and a bass viol, and I'd havei pla ide of te river toward the center for inquest I think
trea h diotne river toward eter for a bundle fort them t
6, To avoid any injurtous con soft, harmonious airs while I ate, and a ta e u tone-q carter of the not supply the l
What do we plant when we plant the traction of the currency. now and then d have some voal point where the dam rises above these in the pockt
We tree? h f o 7. To avo:d the issue of inte rest- music given by colored voices, level the water rqhes over the dam, facturing any vd
Wewhih is two feet lower along the center t ht" su
We plant the houters,-the shines the bearing bonds. except i case of un- TIhere's a peculiar harmony in a ue. thh iat toe sides. Going below the dam guilty he must ms
teoor r, looked for emergency, but to confer gro singing tone. I'd have them '-that is, to the north of it-one east-
We plant the studding, the laths the the power to issue the bonds when sing such things as 'When the Wa. ly sees how it is constructed. Immense only for the truth."
doors, necessary for the protection of the ter Melon Hangs Upon the Vine.' triangles timber are aid along d. irginia ad
The bms and sting, all parts that be credit of the government. That's a song calculated to inspire their ypotenuses face the south, and last silene, cht of the
We plant the house when we plant the 8. To accomplish these ends by a sn r t on ^1the re ae the boards which ast eh t
tree. means" which shall lead from our the most *lugard appetite. f re- foam the dam. Therefore, as the water just they knew it to
present confused and certain stand- member hearing it once on a Missis- rashes over, there is a space under the racd t ir dst
What do we plant when we plant the ing by gradual and conservative steps sippi river boat. A lot of us were dam where it is comparatively dry-at "Here," said he,
tree? to a monetary system which shall be aboard and in the party was Hooke. r least, no great amounttof water findsit are correct i the p
A thougCIid thihts that we daily see. thoroughly safe and coDableof growth way there, as only what leaks throoagh rwe ..eC. o s th. P


We plnt the spire that out-towers the at any instant the country may o ppi re wee om drips down. thinM yI ut
plcragn des atire, n n darkeys aboard who played instru- It was while looking at this sFace bundle. Iwill now c
crag, desire. daks a d wo p d that the new idea occurred to the de- I expect will happen
We plant the staff for our country's flag,- mental music with banjos, guitars tective. In order to turn themill wheels, bundle, because eHis
We plant the shade from the hot suf Necessity of Cover During Sleep. and a fiddle. I asked 'em it they sluices are built which conduct the wa- the clothes would f
free, Popular Science News. ever ;ung, and they said they did ter in the desired direction. When these surface f the 'Wrt
e plant all things when we plant the eThe obece s s l this Natr are open, it is evident that a strong cur- be hurried dover (l,e
tree. Te object simply this: Nature sometimes. Well, they struck p rent et in the direction of the mil here is very rapid.
takes the time when one is lying "When the Watermelon Hangs Up. This is so powerful and there is such a therefore more wei
Down to give the heart rest, and on the Vine." Hooker had never suction downward that objects on the will float below the
Jacksonville Metropolis: Evidence that organ, consequently, makes tea n he ine. er neve surface would be drawn below and car. lis companions lia
has accmlated or the past two onseq tly, makes t heard it before, and it nearly set him redinto the mill, were it not that the interest. e contin
ehars th lat the or the past twe strokes less a minute than when one crazy." sluioe gates are furnished with gratings commence my expert
ye that the tax-payer got exceeds in an upright posture. Multiply to keep out such jetsam. Studying this the moon is bright a
ingly poor service for the immense point, it became evident to the detective ly. First, I will take
amount of money paid out for enact- that by sixty iute itiix Jack il Metropolis: Wi that it the slices were open on Sunday He looked about
So my pi d i or hundred strokes. Therefore, in eight snow storni's raging throughout tie night, the bundle of clothing must be large, heavy piece o
ng laws y the last legislature. hours spent in lying down the heart north, ice and s now four ad,l five looked foi at these gratings. sawmilL Approachi
He therefore went to the mill and "Now I will throw
STheW inficrs saved nearly five thousand strokes, feet deep, business suspended, trains asked for the man who had the care of will see that it wil
t of and as the heart pumps six ounces and steamers tied up, telegraph wires the sluices. From him he learned that against the board:
the Jacksonville Times-Union and of blood with each stroke, it lifls down, it must be, indeed;d omforting they had been closed on the nightof tl e gbove the level, and
murder, and then persuaded him to ward the center and
Citizen says: "Tihe members of the thirty thousand ounces loss of blood to our northern visitors to realize have them closed this evening also, so drop nd the result
house rivers and harbors conimittee in a night of eight hours spent in that they are in tropical Florida e'.l that the conditions might be the same. lid predicted. "Thb
ai. S nthsiastic over tleir Florida bed than when one is in an upright joying the genial sunshine and entbang te vicinity o te mijoye, he foreatee Btr my nei
visit, and were convinced of the ne- position. As the blood flows so balmy breezes. It is true Florida spper with Miss Lewis. After the Iart. My idea' laftis
6essity of lfaibb'r inprovemnents in mucdl m'oin slowly through the veins has had some unusually cold days meal he said: over readily. ut
th f L'Wheie is Mr. Lewis? In he not stay. clothing it may 6e 4i1
the state, anidi a' rivr and harbor when one is lying dowi"; one u itocopare t tis witer bd notin io con re ere" taken against the.
bill is brought in at this session it is supply then with extra coverings the with the bold' north, and thoie who "He accepted an invitation to visit and then drawn tb
pretty certain th'a Florida' waters warmth usually fu-rni sled by ci'rdi- complain of cold here should try it the squire nightt" will go over more e
i f" .. i ., "All thebietter; the fewerpeoplewho ried directly. Now,*9
will 6d oell careif fi. laton. elsewhere ad see the d4erenea. mknow what I do tonifit the more icient to hold ft alo


Now, then, I want a
'e clothing old ones

you weat Vi"trtax
lining a few minutes
thing. e deteethe
in a ppili* water, al-
come tbufbly wet
them. tet e rolled
act bundle, which be
r for my ezpritnjat.
t'ie Lrldego and throw
, as Marvel claims
en ame what becomes
bat 1 cannot ask him
he did this, but I
I can without this
probability is that be
Mve as soon as be bbt
wit his right band.
have thrown t over
et the dam. A any
Sfshall do."
r dea is and amuana-
erimnent tried. Shall

tell vbet difference
Son the currents, and
r they may be totally
r, I shall go at the
did. At least it wil
gobeerved. Bsidemi
o see verly, and 1
n before I1 o'clock."
til that hoorr'
Marvel at the river
room at W.f0. He
t, then went to bi
sek to te bridge,
e arrived at or about

sed slowly, Bsat of
iamied by tlee two
6e 6c441* wtr0h ab-0
s, ent bats ftp
ne's boeik i mdLai


the locket." '* '- Jl5 1 5 JD&4A J r j.l wi. W ft-l.
bat is be tmoasip .*Benjamin Flanklin was always
proud of ceiling how be entered Phit.
'The ord 'o Cos adeltphia for the first time with noth.
letters are so los.e :
Chance that it ever l} irg the wloild but two shillings im
red to met that It .Thi I'mketl antd four rolls of bread iad
i have booe omew.om d i L, Bnt really, whnl, i y6h
Sdisplld Virginia ,ainie it sp elly, lt was
pointed. nothing. An3 body could have tdua
Think now, Mr. it."
'Thiss is odiorag-
United States Secretarj of Agri-
Syor mother bad enlture James Wilson, has paid a re-
rtain, but I neer cent visit to Flu aa, arriving in
sept 'Matilda.'" Jacksonville on the 8th inst. ThT
ie bad another, snd secretary said to a limns-Union and
Vinona' or some ob-
e Initial Woe mus C''iCen represeanative that he eame
e initials are bears, It tI F;oiida "to ascertain what yonr
pose as wel Now people need, and to fiin out in what
other errand. Mr. way the DparItment i if Agricnitre
me with us if you cami help hem. I have co,nme here at
g to try to Ieoover the request of the pireide-nt, and it
arvol says he threw course that aimonntis It a ciniliiaand.

Ro with yo buat I .an perfectly familiar with the al _
cceed. Young M. r'culLtural c'>islitin.ims in the nortlh a f4
a regular searb, west, and the pumrp-se of ny visit to
myself and looked Florida is to finiil ont what the peo-
ban once after bte ple need, and in %halt uannier they
lould have made up can be assisted."
Sfind, only I could
t which be said is The South Atilanic and Gnit
t notresort to man- States Quar ntine C-nveution met in
cne. If Marvel is Mobile i.n theii Oti init., mith abont
fer, but if hbe ii l- 300 rel.re.esi.tative idellgates int at-
aved. Lrt us work' tendance. Thle convanltin d'i.cnssi d
So saying, be took t.e qtle.ti.,n of qntlramlitne in all ita
clothing and start- -e i .
Evrly followed in 'pha-.; a I its lien'.-loiI was nnt
them reliabing the tiitm .y the inmjpct of quarantine.
detective, however --. --
be. The trio seon
inanton, and Mr.
point near th raiL Mdern Tratment of
'if my calculations
ince from whbch I |ftnneuimnigtl


rrullbuinyrlull-
The latrat Lork a tim.
*Methiflmt of dise -s wutL
by forty mlnent Aunerkau
physidarAns, says:t 6Cod-i
I ou done more for the con-
msmpdtvc than agL other ruc-
din, put togctbe.!P It alo
a5I The hypopho~iltes
Wnd moda Ane regarded

spw;lflcs for coes~inf'ptorci~

SCott's Emuidsie

cowtainsthe best sod4frcr on.
is, partfafly digested fori4
*,P*Jetc d with the 4ypcpALs-s.
Wo od f Lih meadS6d4. Thli
iisdy, a aandard for a
quiete of 9 ccatuiqjv 6 ItIn
a ald rCmord wMf the ktst
I wk.o. t g owdkalpaasulpo.
Be Wee You gr it QPT'

A l druggists: gas. md St..a
Sc6T & SOrWN, Chmhts. W S Yarn.


have thrown his
xplnin to you what
. I have soaked my
was wet. If dry,
lont nraror to the
*r and would soon
dam, as the current
But being wet, and
ghty, this bundle
umrface, if at all."
tend with much
naed: "I will now
iment. Fortunately
nd we can aee eai-
Sa piece of wood."
and roon found a
f timber near the
ig the rail he aid,
this over, and you
1 be carried, first,
ng which projects
then be swept to-
d over." He let it
was exactly as he
at much was easily
nt may not beso ac-
t a surmise on my
i: That wood went
with a bundle of
Terent. If itis first
projecting portion,
ward the center, it
lowly than if oar-
If the weight is suf-
me dtifance below
seem


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tbse trfaoi, and there are any trgea4
edges to the woodwork of the dam,. te
oth would moet likely catch on then
In that ase it w oVld not fall into tha
rseam below, but would remain sua*
bonded awhile, finally dropping into the
space under the dam. Mr. Everly, yo4
will go around to the other side, so that
Incame it does go bver yod El ka
weere the currents take It.'" .
Everly at once obeyed, and, rmelvtDi
the signal that be was in his poaitin
Mr. Barnes dropped his bundle. Vt-
ginia scarcely breathbd, so great was
her anxiety as to the outcome of the
rial.. A in the first ezgeImebt, the
mndle, which could ji b asbe au it
floated below the surface, drifted ga
to the projecting ridge thpce.Jbwly,lt
went toward the center, were it re-.
mained stationary far a moment. .Tbd
moment seemed a age to the girl Sbe
almost thought that her lover's fate de-
pended on that bundle of clothing. .
lea it moved again, and slid ovet1,pi..
ly disappearing; but, as had beeti ,pmr
dicted, it seemed to catch and remasna
waning. Virginia was about to utte
an exclamation of oy when, toher diev
may, it was forced from itsledblur bo '
and carried down Into the rapids below.
Virginia tqtered a groan as she thought
the expeditat had failed.
"Come. temne," said Mt. ianm e-
assuringly, "what did you expect?
Efrely not that my butitle would oj
on top of the other? That would have
been miraculous. You noticed that, as I
predcted, it caught on the edge. PFeO

















Be ied beto re te derrf '
others a l rM.;r
be*a t.o'thb dropped ..'bel

so bave left less 0bairuaw t A





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ARIT M E, C A.L D RIFT. -Go to'.axon & Brock's forl stoves A LITTLE SUFFERER
O and tin ware.
S-A good milch pow for sale, cheap. --"Lewis' men' and women's Ox-
: Apply at Buoy ofice. ford ties, from $1 to $2, anrd a nice lot of Face, Hands and Arms Covered With
-Do you want clothing, cheap? Max- patent Lip low cuts at $1 a pair at at L. Scrofulous Humors- How a Cure
on & Broc 's is the place. M. Ware & Co's. Was Effected.
.-Wn maker & Brown's samples --A lecture will be given by Prof. J. "When five years old my little boy had
-Wannamkr C Brown's samples C. Lipes in commemoration of Wash- scrofula on his face, hands and arms. It.
for Tailor Made Suits at L. Mi. WavDyere
Co's. all a.d get pric. ingtou Day, next Tuesaa night at tihe was worst on his chin,-although the sores
C -Genealla sod oet prices.h a Presbyterian church. Subject: *Na- on his cheeks and hands were very bad.
-o-General stock oe atULs TrDevelo pment. All are i\ itcd. It appeared hii the form of red pimples
iMaxon & Brock's. Call and see if we tioasll Dvhlrpsna. All are invited. which would fester, break open and run
=. r e treat you right. -LastThursday a ilin arty was nd then scab over. After disappearing-
NoTa.--It must he remembered that the -Chipley Banne, Mr.and Mrs.Ros- given in honor (of Mlrs. HInI'y G'rad'r', they would hiak outagain. Theycaused
wind is aet a w-oll reliable ol it pow- Ga are theones theatre happy of Columbus, Ga., by her old-time intense itching and the little sufferer had
r irf the sailors sometimes fnd i im- Gay are the ons tha are happy friends and acquaintances, upon the to be watched continually to keep him
,o5ulbte t'o make Aclicdiile tune it ini t bhe it is aboy and they call him Roswell.
Sard to te element; the dothe bet -AlenTaseleChill Tonic, Sar- uckeye. Tie day wa l. ut there from catching the sores. We became
theT aparrlla, an d Yellow Dockill Toniarc the a a till breeze, whli,.h carried the greatly alarmed at his condition. My
y cn* saparrilla,and Yellow Dock are the v wife's mother' had had scrofula and-the
S best. For additional evidence call on laughing, jyous party over the bound o medicine which had rhelpdher was
only medicine which had helpd her was
Ti eo -chonnor Cleopatra came in Dr. J. J. Kester. in waves. Hood's Sarsaparilla. We decided to give
tront.- P^.a coa Srray orcinoon, -Read the item below in reference --T'ai board of county cmmis.iono. -'t toour boy and wenoted an improve-
lode to' tilhe gnardl with merchan- to taxes, amount and method of pay- at its recent session selected G. A. Dan- ment in his ease very soon; After giving
dise hIrc. llneon freight*, a ..mont of same, carefully and govern l ofChlipley' to represent the county him four bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla
diei. ~t il ielneotia s freights, a yourself accordingly in the couveution to be held in Perca- the humor had all been driven out of his
having on ad to a. -The convention w hic was to have cola on the 22d. for the purpo-c of nro- blood and it has never since returned."
She *ailed fori ensacola 'rTeshlay af- been held at Pen.acola on Feb. 16th, viding ways and means for :n exhibit WILLAM BARTZ, 416 South Williams St.,
traroat.. bas been postponed until Feb. 22, on ac- of oWe' t Florida at the Trans-.li,.;issip- South Bend, Indiana.
:h ~atom~ner A!ila caine in ,o count of ibansportatlon rates. pi and Internaliun:l Exposiun to he Ydroug s n by Hood'sur Sarsapaila of all
god1 Uondlay morning andu dis- -A good big Tablet for 5 cts; a larger heldat Om.ha, Nebrkak. The ~teloe- B ure t r oy Hoo
charged r'culstoenalry large cargo of one for 8 cts and a good thick school tion is an eminently i andl p,'ro" onc.. Hood' Pills u er cents
S freight. lg~git or toni iasungers ni- tablet with 175 leaves for 10cts; all with No man better acqa:intcd with the rc-
fr ht. t ohand.ome covers anrrdood, ruled paper, sourcess of Washinlton county cnud be': :l. I ,rpnal.
su toou advantage of tlu Alpllha.', t1tj at the BcUOV onkce. found, and the mission is undoubtedly a A. L. t4ierl, proprietor ot Park,
to ~iri' for a season (on St. Ani- -Parents and guardians interested in safe one. in his hands. te 't, abridle N. Y. anrd s.n-.
dr .vy. "securing the most practical Business -An error crept into the Buoy's lo- law f e. M.. Coryf te St.
..Ti B'ckty r..t uruted frm Penia-. Educ:rtion for their children at the least cal item last week in reference to the
Tit B ckeyir r.tuirnedl frrmr Peia- Iri-;.nJ r ^iir iini fn n- Ah Andrews 'Hatel arrived: Satiulay
expense, should correspond with the Mardi-Gras excunrrin on tt:e Alpha a
we e taken D niak Busine College, DeFuniak where it said he would go hence to night and isviitirg Mrs C., wee
a boutluMa4 Of. oyster. Springs, Fla. Catalognue free. Apulachicola and Mobile." It .iouild he expecitsto' remain until Ills health,
Sn ==-- --The St. Andrews Bav Horticultural have read to Ap;alIchicola and Carra- which is leeble, is restored.
NPI'THA LALA UH, and Improvement Company isprepar- belle. It isCapt. Capt. Clark's inten- T famitar face)Of )Dvid Dhvi
G L A D Y S. ed to clear, improve and plantinto fruit tion to be here on the luth, coin ng di-
C*rA FR'--K WVraEruT... any tract ol land which may. be given rect from Carrabelle and Analachicola, of Clii ley wa seen in, St. AndrewSv
Oarrias' lh East Bay Mail between St. them. It will pay all persons tobuy a and.he will arrive in Mobile several during the part wcek. David caie.
A'rdrewp Bar, Wr'tappo and internrrdi- tract from them and have it improved. hours before the carnival commences, down on I4 t.v eel, Saturday, mnak-
ate points. Leaves St. Andrews daily. Pensacola News : The friends of Ma- giving his passengers ara le time to ing the tri4p easily ii 'one day. He
(excep at Sundy) 6:00, a. l; vrrio At jor W. H. Milton, the state's attorney transact atiy business they may care to t to Cl nda
Wetappo at 12:30 p. at.; leave Wct;etppu awnhkle to chipley momdi
at 10 p. .: arrives at St. Adrews at for this judicial circuit, who suffered an attend to before the excitement inci- A o Or n o o r.
130 p. m. Makes landing regularly at appoplectic stroke at Mariantna several dent to the carnival. A o aor mo o our
Harrison, Cromiantun, Parker. Pins- days ago will be pl asked to learn that -Mrs. Lusk, well known in St. An- C'phily '!Y ilghbors c'anTme down last
turg ard Farmdale. ror psscnger rand he is improving and is expected toen- drews as ths wife of H. A. Lusk, who weck:an, t:haveo beeL employing the
ralofht rate see rte card in the s. tirely recover. lost his life in an unsuccessful effort to time finhitg,sailiig,gathering shells,
DAvID M. WITR'iKiLL, Contractor. -A party of Miss Anna Brown's save his home near the head of Watson an gnrallyl enjoying themselves.
Friends surprised her lu- t Thursday Bayou from destruction by fire, writes
PAOET SCHOONER night, iJ being the occasion of her from her present home at Redwood 'The Ipair c'l'.'iiste' lof r. atid Mrs.
TC EOPATRA. birthday. Many were the expressions Falls, Minnesota, to a friend here of a Rncklehlaus, Mr. IKaTle and ulanglHter,
RO GWALTN V, -- MhT. of good will, and wishes of happy re- distressing accident which befell her Mr. ScIr.l, and ()., of India!iapoli* ,
av. tw. A 'r R, e TuRed. turnsofthe day, Games were played son, Byron, some time ago. Byron. it li,r Ge,\V. Jotrrstoi ard son, Mrs.
Loaves St. Andrcws Ray every Tuesday,
leaves Pensacola every Friday, and cake and coffee served, seems, with two other boys was going J. Bclheil Magie aul Agnes Johns-
(weather permilling). Special atten- -The good people of Pearl Bayou, upou an errand and had with them a - .J.
lion will be given to rec.eiing and near Cromanton are rejoicing in a new gun heavily loaded, with powd r, only. ton, Mr-,Afntra Fanik, Mrs.. L. Wie-
forwarding freight flr parties living on school house, with a term of school al- Through boyish carelessnes the gun Igl anr.iou, Ra lp, Mr. Lec-kleder
Z&ar and North Bay, tasssernger for -lessnes, the gun -gr all(
loiatason either arm of the Bay can ready commenced which is being was discharged, the muzzle pointingg IM. i'hl!iIter, all of Clipley'avid El-
depend upon securing prompt trans- taught by Miss Emily Adkins. The directly at the right side of Byron's 1,,,' DiI.rIn of 1lirlinaprili.s. M-s.
pertation at reasonable rate. For school has an enrollment of fourteen face, and h 'but two or three feet away. g, i d' .i' rn on -
further Inforuilation apply to ,e and Ralph returniedhome
further Information apply to pupils and Is progressing finely. His right eye, ear and face was filled ' -e- .-. _
4 Ul. WARE &CO.. Agig T sda ftelj taking wt llthem
SM Wa & Co -If you are thinking of buying prop- with powder, and a frightful gash torn /, t
PACKE' SCHOONER erty in St. Andrews or immediate vi- in his nose. It was at first thought the her daiugiter, Miss Besiei who hI.l,
C A N NE T cinity, you cannot afford to purchase sight of his eye was ruined, but after leen vir 31tug with ithe I;', .ii(itor's
Crr. M.P. BvLUTa. until you have conferred with the pro- eight weeks of careful nursing he could. furnily i;r two or tlrec w .eek-. The
-. tMke regular weekly trips bIetween prietorof the BUOY. If you areshort of with it distinguish a lighted lamp 1it, her inl.er'of ire paily will r
ruraecola anid St. Andrews Hay. Pas- money and want to buy on your own the room. and rn-w i ;'ninoped the mem-,
e"*,ers ,and freight tranitported at reas- time tor actual settlement you can be ber wn.y-besaved. Mrs. Lusk and By- maie a while loirger, iume ofth eiri'
..Kbl!e rates: For particulars. address accommodated ron both have the sympathy of many ,,x|,e-j4g i rtav for a cceeii 0, wo.
M. P. 11:rTn., corGarden and Te.nh ave., -That the richest and largest depos- friends on St. Andrews Bav., .
..,,c la l a -.-- -*, ........ ,, ... It seemed liko old times to s9e thle *j .. t r nu l,
-.4--i __ . qlJF gow,ha eaa&,2 -p Plopr produe'tr e fleo* t114 1j.lfaa of Ei14
AWeek's Weat~rer. UP to the present time have been found
A Week's Weather. u -to the preskn -e c bunt isno assembled in Ware's Hall on St. Valen- 1'av Tu'lcMi.ny evening and n,:4de a
... -in the Alaska Klondyke country is now
Th following table lives the mai-all r at- tine's night, in response to the invita- \;han t call' at the Bii., ,i.itc. tlh,
mam. minimum and mean tempera- tion or the Brass Ban#. E 'I
mam.. minimum and mean tempera- tention to the advertisement of the later gentler ii. wellingn ti s1b-
tares, the rainfall and direction of the of arrangement had been carefully ex ,* .
wind, for the twenty-four hours ending Alaska Klondyke Gold Mining Compa- ecuted the evidntenoyment of cl iti,' lit by the al.ion I ofxa
at 7 o'clock p. m.. as indicated by U. S. in another colmn. the participants was evidence eonclu- o naic .
-Allan's Tasteless Chill Tonic With
government self-registering thermom- sive that the band's efforts were appre-
r: Max Min. Mean. R'n W'd n cures chills, ever, larippe, n- cited. About twenty-five makers TWoi't Burn1 in )Dawson.
Feb. 9 70 42 56 .00 sw termittcnt, bilious and malarial fevers,
Feb. 9 70 42 5 62 .00 sw termittent, bilious and m alarial fever, denue joined in the grand march-, and twice St. Paul Globe.
4** 10 72 53 62 00 ne dumb ague, swamp fever, dengue aud 1 a
11 72 56 64 .110 n diseases originating from a torpid liver a mary spectators occupied seats at 'atr about candles being worth
12 72 56 64 1.05 n or malaria. Cures fever from colds, th ide of the hall. Some of the char- $1.50 apiece in Dawson, it's all
1 70 49 5 .00 o nw winter ever pneumonia) andasa gen- actors assumed were unique, others lrles y ve-
14 67 50 58 .00 n inter fever (pneumonia) and as a gen- T wrg s Charles Way ter-
15 69 53 61 .12 nw, eral anti-periodic medicine is unex- gro squeaay. ", wintered on the wcst fork
Prrweek... 70 I 51 60 I 1.17 I called.' For sale at the Pioneer Drug music was supplied by Messrs. Willcox -e. .o Adwitered' oil 1 t wt fk
"Store, St. Andrews, Fla. Every bottle and Hand, and thedancing. was pro- jl SteWrt. river ii '94 ar1id '95 witr
PURE BLOOD is the foundation guaranteed to give satisfaction or your longed until well into the short hours a Iarty ifrn Sitka. We went into
othealth. Hood's Sarsaparillamakes mone-refunded. "ayont thetwal'." Befreshments,-con- winter quarters ealy, havinii the blood pare, rich and nourishing and -Florida Agriculturist: If the gov- listing of cake, coffee and lemonade lprospef ons a bar directly in fro.nt
livmandmaintains good HEALTH. ernment would shut out from the sec- were served, by which means the band rP o> be dadctlyin frot
ond class mails the Seaside Libraries, hoped to replenish its .treasury; but it of our- '* bin. We had plenty ol
Mobile ItI.m: Last evening "stand- cheap literature in book form, which S is to be regretted thb.t, after all the ex- supplies that we had hired the in-
ing ruiMnr'' only seemnue! tI be the published with an alleged date, and penses attendant upon the car -ival d -, i, rian n ( ui, ,i:. Dvea..
lorder at he binglie Iax meeting at which partakes in no particular of the were met, there was a very small bal- a gos.s
iNl 7 Dauhin treet, wtere r. character of a newspaper, it would be ance of profit to reward the boys for Among other ings we a gross
.. 7 anphin street, where Mr. their efforts to please their guests. (,1 tallow candles. Trlhingrs went
'. doing the proper thing and the postal '
Evre Dainer read a paper before the revenues would thus be increased with- The Young Peoples Baptist Union along nir v lii til Octo,ber 22, when
elub, giving bhi views as to what out working a hardship,.to the newspa- ineets at the Baptist church every at nonn it began to grow cold. You
aMemenIl to hini t: be difficultiies iii pir pDublishsrs of the country. 'Sunday at 3 .. m. All invited: could feel it settledown. The wa-
the way of the aldo,ti,,n of the single -The little motherless infant of Mrs. The Y. P. S.C. E. meets every Sun- boxes wu 't run moro
axs. Eva Kipp, who*e sad death was men- day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at thehe bxes w
tioned in these colinuns some weeks Presbyterian church. All interested than twelve feet without g :tting
SMainyltlc Strikes Made. ago followed its mother into eternal in Christian Endeavor work are tick, so we quit work and we ait into
The steamnslhi Coonitlan. wliich sluriber on Thursday last and was laid earnestly vitedtoatend t camp. We loacd the :tove up


Cultured Tramps .Fomrm Boston.
"Tramps in Eoston are by far the
most intelligent and molest of their
kind," said a native of the baked bear
city, "maybe because of their culture
(?). My experience with one of this.-
'gentlemen of leisure' was quite funny.
One came to our house and asked for
some clothes, and while my mother
went to get them I thought he looked
hungry, so I brought him some breakfast.
He said to me, 'I am sorry to put you
to all this trouble.' Then, mother ap-
pearing with the clothes in a bundle, he
said he did not like to carry clothes
through the streets exposed to view,
and when I wrapped them in an old
newspaper he was indignant and said
gentlemen never carried packages done
up in that style in Boston."-New Or-
leans Times-Democrat.
How It Worked.
"It works this way," said the agent.
"When a burglar tries to open the win-
dow, this bell begins ringing and wakes
you up."
"Bell rings and wakes me up!" said
Popper. "And it will wake the baby
too.; I don't want it. Take it away. I
guess you don'tknow that kid of mine."
--Yellow Book.

Y AR DI GRAS

EX fiSION I



HSE
THE

SAr LP!A
Will Leave
Brackin's Wharf
On the Morning of Feb. 19,
A'rive in Mobile the follo%,wiing Inrin-
ing. Leave ,obtile le night of
Feb. 23.
Round Trip, $5.


a25GC


ThJli 'ives all tc time n'cedt' to
.-ee tae entire attractions
of tlie

Ifardi Pras Dlisplay.


ir


weentrl strhtck on a tock near Marv beside its mother in the cemetery at Buckien's Aruica Salve. with bich wood and somebody light-
Ila, if le ROn i c t Parker on Friday. The frail little suf- The Best Salve in the world for cuts, It b.l.I' l llt f
ilal, off the southwest coast uof ferer was given all the attention that bruises, sores, Ulcers, salt rheum, fever d a ca t eight fr
Alaska, while hound iortll, has ar- its loving grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. sores, totter, chapped hands, chilblains, a minute or two; then il light c,,n -
ir at cover irect m Sk- Ja. Fox could sto ut thread corns and all skin eruioions, and posi- d to groid i all -
Sat Vncover direct from Ska- Jas. Fox cou bestow; but the thread tively cures piles, or. no pay required eced to gw ,and in all ap
gnay, bringing inow of affairs in the of life was alltoo slender and parted, at It is guaranteed to give perfect tis- peai'aniei went ,ut. I was sur-
b.rthern territorr-. T'hl news tlat the'will ofttho creator, deasite the faction or money refunded. Price 25c. 1 o' ex, t t
r- t ri hopes and care of itsattendants. .h:L per box. For sale by all druggists. tion, to d that
ma strikes had been male on the .-_The Florida"A-ritai rt- the wick was .iill Lo rning, but tihe
b N".lutlan b clnfirmed hIy af I ,r edt it twenty-fifth'a rniversar- by pib- T0 groundss at Fort- B',naucas, tallowwas itot anot ing; "waritt'dwl
hk cau.me unt for suli'lics.. fishing a superbly printed and hand- near Pensacola are to be improved tle \ ii.f-kat i l.irned, the file burn-
: somely Illustrated edition. This edi. and made into one of the prettiest ing itself right in the candle until
A coIoMlag Euample.. tion is a splendid example of what push army posts in the country. The post thle wick, was consnmee clear down
The other day a mouth side teacher andeuerg.N can accompaish.- Tile Arri- 1 f % a p s consnied clear down
rd.otlhr day a outhp side ehr and e huc. can ao ltish.. Tile A~ri- quartermaster has advertised for bids to the bottom, melting a hole bout
udlooursink to he" pupils about the cntulturist has in its lifetime encbu tered e '
L. ofd bo pomg asddi cted to s e ny reverses, but has surmounted for the planting of fruit and" shade the size of a lead per.cil through the
Ie her an example of a slang phrase. them all, and with the work all done in trees and flowers under the iutelli- tallow, butt use!ss as a light, anid weI
T school went into convulsions when a its own office-the type set on its own gent supervision of Commandant had to go to bed in the dark. Candles-
oangater in knee pants yelled promptly: linotype machines and the splendid IRissenger. are not worth $1.50 apiece whei the
"You're not so hot There are other press work done upon its own presses, a. o- c ., .
baie, *t pile." weather is real cold, for they won t
bbtes on the pile." : i: sends out an edition that would be a **Wikes and Liberty." tbu rn.
the teacher did not call for any more credit to any metropolitan publishing Wilkes boldly offered himself as a burn."
umple.-lIndianapolis Sentinel. house in the land candidate for the City, and on his rejec- Consuimption Positively Cured.
-outhern-alliornia has a population '-Taxes for the year 1897 are now tion for the county of Middlesex. Theo
Boaothu ernOlifornia g ,0 due and will become delinquent April scenes of that election beggar descrip- Mr R. B. Greeve, merchant of Chil-
Sabout 20,000, comprising 64,000 tion and are too well known to need it. howieVa., certifes that e had con-
hmillee and the railroad mileage is 1, 1898, unless the time for payment is One incident is too am ing to escape sumption, was given up to die, sought
eqal to on mile of road to about 40 extended before that time, which it is reptition The Austrian embassy all medicare treatment that money could
families. The population is increasing riotlikely tobe. All those who expect the Graf von Seilern, mot solemn could hear of, but got no reief;
at the rate of from 16,000 to 20,000 .the BuoY to attend to the payment of and haughty of the representatives of a spent many'nights sitting up in chair; I
InilUes a year. same are advised to make certain that solemn court, wavs ragged from his car- was induced to try Dr. King's New
Notice they have a credit on our tax book riage by the mob and "45" chalked on Discovery and was cured by use of two ,
No e sufficient to meet the amount, which the soles of his boots. His constantly bottles. ,or past three years has been
ft if by gCioven to all parties holdingc x will c y reiterated demands for reparation, attending to business, and says Dr.
al against the estate of-John- Co wil mean that the tax will certainly be hih it was impossible to isfy, only King's New Discovery is the grandest
stentimV, latoo of Wit,0illglr,,or.01iny edmedyad, as her~tolore; but if~suci.crodit ivbiob it w m p" King's Newer Discovery is the grandes
sai. ate f W ingtor county d aid, as heretofore; but if such credit made him the moreridiculoi. "Wilkes rmuhed ever made, as it has done so
e ue'd, ai present -heum to ile -under is not shown, even though the amount and Liberty" was thoe -topi of the much im and also for others in his
ignd1 adminitrntor within twelve th r pio community. Dr. King's New Discov-
.nt'a from the dte hereof. or the ane ems significant, they just as cer- day in letters and conversation. His cry is guaranteed for coug-hs, colds and
willbp harred- liv ile statute .f limita- thinly will not be paid unless some sDe- head was evTen adopted as a sign for consumption. It don't fail. Trial bot-
e.. W. I. SIGLETARY, Admr. cial arrangement is made to that end. public houses, and be himself told the ties free at all drug stores.
Aeril 14. 197. The tax this year is 17 mills, as com- story of the old lady who said, "There --*-----
pared with 12* mills last year; hence be swings, everywhere but where be. Both.
WANTED-TRUSTWQOJTHY and ACT- t providing for payment tis year, add r Me Barbr-Hw would yo like yonr
rrz gentlemen or ladies to travel for re- about 3.3 per bent,,. r on-Cornll Maaine. Barber w would you like yourthird more
sponsiblo, established house in Florida. than the amount shown upon your re- .. hair out, si-r-with the scissors or clip- 9
Monthly 85& and expenses. Position ceipt for 1896 This notice shall be OU NEED Iood's Sarsaparilla pers?
*teady. Reference. Enclose self-ad- deemed sufficient for all patrons of the if your blood is impure, your appe- Customer-Both. Use the scissors on
drtwed stamped envelope. The Do- Buov who wish it toattend to the pay- tite gone, your health impaired. Noth- my hair and the clippers 'on your con-
- nton Comamny, Dept. W. Chicago. ment of their taxes. ine builds un health like MUf'cinfs versaticu.--L ..._g r.cord. .


GAY'S


LIVERY,


Feed aid Sale Stable,
A~2~TJD


CHIPLEYS ST. ANDREWS BAY HACK LINE
Chipley, Florida,

A... CJ- G-A. Y, PROPRIETOR. I R.. (V. G-A-Y, MANAGER

Pafries en route for St. Alid s3 Bay or other poinfs
can arrange for conveYance at reasonable rates by ad-
dressing, A. J. GAY, Chipley, Florida.

R. F. BRACKIN. I C A.SI STOI2E. I W. L. BRACKIN

,. F. BRACKI& SON,
DEALERS IN


( ) I LENT
THE GLOVER PLACE
)i W ilson B11ayiou is (,ffrdi f ,r reiir
"in i,. f i t ,I w It ill e e i ;I,,
.
Soaindid Opportunity!
',r Iulrtirninais apply at BUOY Ifice.


FOR SALE.
Another Bargain in Real Estate.
ThoKilberg place, 2 miles northeast
of Parker, consisting of 8O acres fine
timbered land, being the west half of
the southwest quarter of section 6, tp
4s, range 13w; 4 acres fenced with
picket fence and in cultivation, with
several fruit trees, grape vines, etc.,
and a habitable shanty. Price $300
partly on time if desired. For particu-
lars address the BUOY.

Geo. S. Hacker & Son,


CHARLESTON, S C.

MANUFACTURERS

Sash, Uoors, Blinlls,









AND
Building Material.
Window and Fancy Glass a
Specialty.
ESTIMATES CHEERFUL LY
GIVE N
Everybody Says So.
Ccasrets Cand' (ir;tlartic. the most won-
'r~di ni,.diCal disru' cry of the age, peas-
ai:t, a d 'efr,.'tir to he taste, act gently
dini positively orn kieI tcs. liver liid bowels,
caeaIsing iioe 60 iaire s'su rn. diesel colds,

gpiranteed to cure by all druggists.


WI PARKER&CO.


East Bay Cash Store,
P A KE R, FL A.
Our Stock is Complete, Our Prices the Lowest
OUTITI G-OODS A -_ E 'JL'.--i.-b_ T~:EST!
J l''lThe lirailing Pirli is assnre,1 that v will nf o t be iundlrsold.
The Highest Market Price Paid for Country Produce I


$ ~sl404 4


MOBILE BUSINESS DIRECTORY,
J L J. F. DRAGO, M'r.

ALABANA CORN MILLS,


Millers a ii Grail De alers,
154 to 164 N. Commerce St., MOBILE. Ala.
J. POLLOCK. E. E. BERNHELMER.

POLLOCK & BERNHEIMER,
WHOLE ESAL E
Dry Goods, Notions Gents' Furnishing Goods,
6, 8, 10 and 12, Soutb Water St., MOBILE, Ala.

S. RICHARD. E. E. RICHARD. R. G. RICHARD

R1 RmCHARD& SONS
W H OLE S A LE
GROCERS AND LIQUOR DEALERS,
Sole Agents for Lemp's Extra Pale Bottled Beer.
Sole Agents for DUPONT'S GUNPOWDER.
15-17 Commerce St., MOBILE, Ala.

















'u lirlIlny, Feb. 17, 1bi8.

ST. ANDRE VW S
SRIC S CURRENT.
Corrccted by Jl. M. Ware & C'o
GROoERIES.
Augar., lb Tea, 1 lb
Granulated .....6 He No....... 75
Coffee,A ..... Gunpowder.. 80
Lt brown...... 6 Uncol'd Jap.. 50
I',flee, ; Cio*miik, can
lreeu.... 12@20 Unsweetn'a.12'-
Arbuckle, 6 lb $1 Sweetened.. 8%
;,uger stiups 31 25 Baking powder
raskirs, soda. 7 Royal...... 50)
rubsaco, plug 25a50 Catupbell..... 10
inisini Canned fruit
London layers. .182 Peaches... 15a20
Valenlcia...... 8 Tomatoes....7al0
tic ...... 6 Apples......... 10
kpplek. Pears ........ 15
Evaporated...8Y Plums.......... 25
Dried Peaches 8 Apricot......... 25
Gial Oil prgal. ...15 Stra Wberries... 20
ianoline ".......20 Pineapple... 20
lorida Sypup.. 40 Canned Meats
foney. ......1.00 Roast Beef... 121/
Jiuegar........ 30 Corned Bee..o2,%
cheesee pr lb.... 15 Chipped Beef.. M
Butter. ..... 25 Lobster....... 20
Lard ........ 6 Salmon ...... 15
Means.........-. 4 Canned Vegetables
Cocoauit pkg. '10 Baked Beans... 15
FiuitPnddine.,.; 10 Corn......... 121
]J lly, glass.... 15a'25 Peas... ...... 1,5
Lime Juice...5.-15 umpkin..... 15
Eggsper do... .15
p i'RO\ISIONS.
Flour ; Pork
0 N '.... 2,85 D, 9. prb ....... 6
Majestic .... 3.0 Bacon Sides.....7
:orn Mealprlbu ., Fresh...... 8nl0
iat Meat pr'l.. 5 Br'kf'at Bacon. 11V
.oru perlhu.......58 Ham canvassed 13
Potatoes Shoulders..... 10
Irish... ... 1 20 Beef
larly R'seseed 1.20 Corned......... 8
Sweet.....60@75 Fresh........8a10
3ilt pr sack... 85 Dried......... 25
Table ...... 5 Milk pr qt...... 10
HARDWARE.
Nails, ve 3, /lb a4 Ax,with handle. 80
Galv wire do.6;a6 Hoes, each.... 35a50
Manuilla rope. ..9al20opper paint, can 45
ilovescook...$8a25 Linseed oil, gal55@60
Pipe, per joint 15
DRY GOODS,-
Priins, per yd.. 5ua Checks.... ...5a6
Sheetings .... .5a9 Flannel ... 15a40
luslin..... 9al11 Thread per spool. 5
leans ..... 15a45 Shoes, ladies.$1 a2 75
IEtraapnlts pat ?25 M en's... $1 40a300
MISCELLANEOUS.
Hay pr cwt..75a1.1' Oats pr bu...... 40
Brai....... 95al.05 Brick pr M.....13.00
Rope Sisal ...'..7(@9 Lime pr ibl...... 75
FUOIT and NUTS.
Oranges pr don.. Pecans pr Ibi..... 15
Apples......... 12 Wanitnts....... 20
Lemons. ......... 30 Almonds ........ 15
OYSTERS
i tshell prl,000 1.50 Opened pr it .. 15c
LIVE STOCK.
Horses... $80alOI(' Cows....... $15a125
Mules... $1 i;1 .1 5 Hogs........$3 to $41
O)en.. pr yoke $40 Sheep... ........$2
1'OU I.TitY
tO"ickeiis each 135-2.P Geese eachl. 4. 50.
.t rk es .... at.'t .00 Iiucks....... 1aO20
GAME.
Venii on e f r nh ii6 1 7 TuIrkeI'.I. .i.'I r.00 W
FISH.
Frelth, Salt
Mullel pr doEz 2 Mullet pr ilhi 5.00(
Trout........, 25 Trout........ 4.5f
Pompano pr 11,. 6 Pompano.... 10.00
Slurgeun....., 10 Mackeral .... 8.00
LUMBER.


Flooring.
eearl, 'to in...$li6.00
Face ...14.00
Sap :";o 1 .10,00
Drop siding,
Heart face mi 15.00
Stp 10.00
Buff luminber.. 8@12
Heart shi.gles, 2.50
Sap 1.5(1


Ceiling.
Heart, ~i m...$1t.00
Face .. 12.00
Sap ... 10.00
Clapl,ioards,
l/(xt in. jn...$1"2.00
Finishing lulm-
ber, d.. $12@15.00
Lath, ll .... 2.(00
Boat lum ber,
dressed... .$20


I)t-artness C('iLnuot be Cured
by local applications. as fhey cannot


PARKER. He M. Not go Smart.
Syelal to the Buor. "No," said the man with the large
The Gracie S., tumined by Rich- head, "I can't say that I think very
arci Brown aDat Pae il much of the fox in the old fable of the
arl Brown anl Dan Parker cAuev in
Sfox and the grapes. It is recorded of
ftrm Petsacola lIat Suaday, with him that after trying to get the grapr!~
freight for ounr lmerchanits. by every way.that his i: g,;iuy could
On Sunday i latsuggest ha finally turned up his noiue
S day ev lat Rvand said, 'Ch, I don't care; they're
GnUun gave us an interesting sermon, sourl'
but hereafter he will preach imnmedi- "Now, if that fox had had any com-
mendable wisdom in his triangular skull
lately following the Sunday school- he would have looked at the grapes
about 3 p. m. blandly and then announced to the
Miss Nellie Hasselborg, al'er hav- world that they were sweet, but that
sweets didn't agree with him; that,
ing closed a successful term of school owing to the condition of his stomach,
in Calhoun county, is nov, at home. he considered it inadvisable to eat any-
thing containing saccharine matter, and
G. H. Butaelle, accompanied by that, besides, a properly philosophical
Miss Emily Adkins, a young lady fox believed in self denial and in taking
who is to teach the Pearll Bayou things that were easily at his disposal
hoo e h e lt instead of trying to climb a trellis to
school, came honle last Sunday. secure attractive but deleterious grapes.
I understand that Mr. Elton's peo- "If he had done that, insteadof being
p1le, who have spent part of their the laughing stock of succeeding gener-
ations he would have stood a good
time for the past number of years at chance of being appointed professor of
their Pearl Bayou home, wi;l return philosophy at the varsity and of living
to their Chicago home this week. on yellow legged chickens the rest of
.. his natural life."-Strand Magazine.


Missj essli .A. I'tluer commenlll ce
a private term of sChool at thle school
house last llndiay Imornlin11g.

To Cure A Cold in one Day.
Take Laxuative Bromo Quinine Tablet,
All Druggists refund the money if they
fail to Cure. 25c.

THE OHAtUTAtrQUA

Fourteenth Annual Session.
T'he Florida Chautauqua Assembly
hax anntouncetd a supecib programme
the coming session. It enters thi,
.y.ar on tlie fourteenth l aason ad its
steady growth and development have
been noted with interest and appre-
ci..tion tnot only iln Florida but also
throulghiot our beautiful southland.
It is, in fact, a matter of local
pride that. out of filty children ot tihe
great "Motlher Chantauqua" now
scattered throughout our country, the
one located at D) Funiak Springg is
acknowledged as the brightest and
Almost successful.
TMils sicessue s is nle to llany causes.
T'l'h possession of great natural beau-
ty and healthful location have been
actors of prosperity. Its magic
pi(-ing in the hoxart of the town alndt
the beautiful Chautauqua Park and
grounds enclosing the tabeinac!e. or
auditorium, capable of holding three
Ihlionasd people, are unlivallet ill
atiractivenIess.
People cme ftomu far and wide to
s:'e a sprilln, imne mile in circutlnler-
eaire. as ro 11und1 as the full moon and
Sver eiglhy feet leepl, witl: water a>.
pur* and benici'rta Wankc>ha r-
Polai li. it seenlts imnded a mirror
lake and as clear iin reflection as tlie
celebrated Mirror Lake of the Yose-
mite.
In addition to its beaut3 andi hap-
py location, cheap round-trip tickets
to DeFuninkr, Ir.in near alnd far.
have contributed greatly to its devel-
oplment; and its Saturilay excurhioll
at a nominal price bring thousandls
of people from along ths lino of tlie
Louisville and Nashville railroad.
The session this year is extended
ot five weeks, liegining February 17,
and closing March 23rd. Cheery


reach the diseased portions of the ear. hotels and boarding houses present


There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that is lb constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by aninfilamed condi--
tip of the mucous lining of the Eustach-
can tube. When thlmetu'e gets inflamed
,yon have a rumbling soiun or imperfect
Shearing, and hlen it is entirely closed
deafness i! the result, Aud unless the in-
daniniation can he taken out and t is tube
restored to its normal condition, iharing
will be destroyed forever; 'nilie cases out
of ten are caused by catarrh, which is
nothing It an hfilamed condition of the
mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
any case of deafness (caused by catarrh)
that cannot be eured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars free
J. J. CHENEY& Co., Toledo, O.
sold by Druggists tc.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.


entertainment and prices to meet all
demands of thie visitor. Musical at-
tractions, mnersonations, syientifie
and .illustrated lecturee, present a
atit Ia ~i ti f t if )!, assure anil oprHfi.
'The entire course one hf undreil
entertainments at $3.50, at the rate
of 70 cents a week with an average
ol three lectures or concerts daily,
and weckl) tickets a e$1.25 bring thle
adniissioi within the reach ot all.
In a word it is a doligitlul sppt at
utir very doors and attracts annually
visitors from every State of the
Union.

When bilious or costive, take a Cascare
candycathartic, cure guaranteed, 10c, 25e


SCascarets stimulate the liver, kidneys and
Johti Fahla estimtes that he wll bowels Never icken, weaken or gripe


ship 1,200 hoxes of on angen from his
Eular tio roves and 1500 boxes of


50 ceuts


------ -- ,n o- - - ----- T lie A potbeh gs s of Gi utol ardlnl- 1539.
oranges frota his grovein Soutlh Lees- Make as many friends as ever you
burg, next. a'l alnd winter. He bases can, for you never know in what con-
hi. es timate on the present condition tingency a man may be able to serve
S. lt a you. Hide displeasure. I have often
of hit trees which ao in bloom, had toseek the aid of people against
These graves were not injured even whom I was thoroughly ill disposed,
Sigllti" hV this winl.er's cold. and they, believing the contrary or at
least not being aware of this, have
-d served me most readily.
Old Peoples Unperceived beginnings often open
Old people who require medicine to the.way to great mischiefs or great suc-
regulate their.bowels and kidneys will oess, therefore note everything and
find the true .emnedy in Ei.cttric Bitt- rs weigh well even the most trifling cir-
This remedy does uot stimulate and dance. On your doing or no d
ounmstance. On your doing or not do-
taut, bit acts as a tonico andaltorative. ing what seems at the moment 4 inc
It acts mildly on the stomach and bow- trifle often hang things of first impor-
els, adding strength aud giving tone to tance, so be sure to consider well.
the .org;uia:. theeby ail:,ll nature in Never hold a future thing so certain,
the performa;tce of the fulnMtion-. Elec- however positively certain it may seem.,
trick Bitters is an excellent appetizer as not, if you can possibly do it without
and aids digestion. Old people find it upsetting your plan, to keep in reserve
just exactly what they need; Price 50 some course to follow if the contrary
cents and $1 per blttkl at allrug stores. should turn up. I have often seen really
Long headed men, when they have to
: tOrlreg liot. make up their minds about some wefghty
Muwh surprise has been expressed at business, set about it by considering two
Se ken sense for bUaines shown in or three cases that are most likely to
the letters of George Eliot quoted in happen and come to a decision on the
Al. Oliphant's book about the Black- assumption that one of these cases isi
woods. But it tuors,ouit that the letters sure tor come. This is dangerous, for of-'
WVM really dictated by George Henry ten and tasaally there arises some third
LiWe who was an able business man or fourth case which had been over-
t ltaked after her affairs so closely looked and which your decision will
fbat, in spite of the comparatively not fit. You had mtfoh better, therefore,
small bulk of her work, she left a large keep your decfison strictly to what the
fortune behind her, all of it earned by actual necessity of the matter 6ompels.
er pen during a career of 21 year. I .-.John Morley *to1 Ieteenth Century.


Spring humors, boils, Dimples, so ds
:,nmd all eruptions are promptly cured by
Hood's Sarsanarilla, which thoroughly
purifies the blood, eradicating every trace
of ser.fulhn.
Hood's Pills cu-re nausea, sich head-
ache, biliousness and liver ills. Price !5c.

Your Photograpli Free.
Send ten cents in stamps for sample
cabinet photograph, which will be
made for you ania four recent copies of
UP TO DATE. Each issue is Erinted
in colors and contains from forty to fifty
pictures by the famous humorous artists
of the country, and reading enough to
last the family a whole mouth. Send
today to UP TO DATE, Chicago, Ill.
Saffron.
Saffron wodid strike an ordinary ob-
server as decidedly expensive at 56
a illings per pound until told that it is
composed of the central small portions
only of the flowers of a species of cro-
cus, 70,000 of which it takes to yield
the material for one pound. The won-
der then becomes that it is so cheap;
that it can pay to grow and gather it
at the price. As a matter of fact, it has
failed to pay the English grower-by
this retaining, in the name of his town
of Saffron-Walden, but a hint of former
importance in this particular direction,
French and Spanish soils being more
suitable to the full growth of the flowers
and foreign labor cheaper in the work
of picking. Its use in medicine has
practically died out, barring perhaps the
popular belief that, steeped in hot milk
or cider, ithelps the eruption of measles
to fully appear.
As a dye in creaming curtains and to
give arich appearance to cake it is still,
however, in general demand, for which
purpose it is well suited in being both
harmless and strong, one grain, coim-
posed of the style and stigmas of nine:
flowers, being sufficient to give a dis-
tinct yellow tint to ten gallons of water.
Its high price, by the way, has led to a
peculiar form of adulteration, for; apart
from the crude and commonplace one of
dusting with a heavy powder, such as
gypsum, to give weight, the similar
portions of other and commoner flowers
ave been specially dyed and wor-ked
thoroughly.in among the genuine ones.
A Woman's Best Friend,
Is Dr. Coonley's famous Orange Lily. It
isa guaranteed cuRn for painful periods.
leuchoriboea and all female troubles, by
an APPLIED TREATMENT. It cures where all
other remedies fail. We want every
suffering woman ,to use this wonderful
remedy, and will send Frm OF CHARGE;, a
valuable Medical Health Guide, and
TRIAL TREATMENT upon receipt of your ad-
dress. What more can you ask? Write
at once and cure yourself AT HOME, with-
out a doctor Price $! for full month
treatment. If your druggist does not
keep it, send $1 direct to the Coonley Med-
ical Institute, Detroit, Mich., and receive
it by return mail, all charges prepaid.
Mention this paper when you write.



Gen R. E. LEE,
S 0 L D I -1 -E3 :,
Citizen,
And Christian Patriot.

A Great New Book for the People!

LIVE AGENTS WANTED
Everywhere to show sample paees and
get up Clubs.
EXTRAORDINARILY LIBERAL
TERMS.
Money can be made rapidly aud a vast
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Active Agents are Now Reaping a Rich
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Some of our best workers are selling
Over 100 Books a Week.
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J. Mason, Muscogee county, Ga., sold
120 cosies the first five days he canvass-
ed. H. C. Sheets, Palo county, Tex.,
worked a few hours and sold 16 copies,
mostly morocco binding. J. H. Hanna,
Gaston county, N. C., made a month's
wages in three days canvassing for this
book. S. M. White, Callahan county.
Tex., is selling books at the rate of 144
copies a week.
The work contains [iiograplhical
Sk el (clhe


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AN ELi GANF PROSPECTUS
showing the different styles of binding.
sample pages,'and all'material ne essa-
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of the best territory. Address
ROY LPTUBLISHING COMP NY
11th and Main Sts., RICHMOND. Va.


ONE OF TWO WAYS.
I he bladder was created for one pur-
pose, namely, a receptacle for the urine,
and as such it is no, liable to any torim of
disease except by one oi two w;avs. 'I he
first way 's froin impert'ect action ofte tie
kidnues. 'Tht rtconllu ayi is traoii Varuless
luocil Lrrat uieit ot other diisetascs.
(U1IEl' CAUSE.
Unhealthy urine from unhealthy kid-
neys is the chie'cause of bladder troudles.
So the womb, like the bladder, was creat-
ed for one purpose, and if not doctored too
much is not liable to weatkness or disease,
except in rare cases. It is situated back
of and very close to the bladder, tberfore
any pain, disease or inconvenience imani-
fested in the kidneys, back, bladder or
urinary passage is often, by .mistake, at-
tr.huted to female weakness or womb
trouble ot some sort. The errors easily
made and may be as easily avoided. To
find out correctly, set your urine aside for
twenty-four hours; a sediment or settling
indicated kidney or bladder trouble. The
mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, tbe great kidney
and bladder remedy is soon realized. It
you need a medicine you should have the
best. At. druggists, fifty cents and onedol-
lar. You nmay have a sample bottle and
pamphlet both Senit free )y mail. Mention
the Buoy and send your address to Dr.
Kilmer & Co. Binghampton, N. Y. Th'l
proprietor of this paper gu.trAlnlLcs tlhe
genuienineness of this.uffer.

Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke tour Life Away.
f you want to quit tobacco using easily
and forever, be made well,strong, m:LgnvLle,
full of new life aud vigor, take Io-To-Bac,
the wonder-worker, that makes weak men
strong. Many gain ten pounds in ten days.
Over 400,000 cured. Buy No-To-Bfc of youi
druggist, under guarantee to cure, 50c or
t,'.0. Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad.
sterling Remedy Co., Chicazo or New York.


-l a


TASTELESS



TONIC




IS JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS.
WARRANTED. PRICE 50 qts.
GAo.ATIA, I.L.I., NOv. 16, sa.
Parlsa edlctneCo., St. Louis, Mo.
Gentlemon:-We Mold laet year, 600 bottles of
OROV1'S TASTE.iC-S CIIII. TONICr and iave
boghlit three groan already thin year. In nil our ex-
perience of 14 years. in the drug business. bIr
never sold an artcleo that gave such univormal Muth.
faction M yuur Tonic. Fours truly,.
Ammar., CAtna 4&

BOARDING.

Mrs. L. Stone,

DCr. Buena Vista avoe.& Drake st.
GOO Do B5OAR DI

At Reasonable Rates!

ANOTHER GREAT BARGAIN!
$350 Will buy 'Tel Acre,. of
laini iin tlie sw qr of sec. 35, tp 3s.
I 14w., with furniihied cottage stIta-
ble for small family, fenced with
trood fence, under high state of cnlti.
vationi, large assHrtlnent of bearing
fruit trees and vines, stable ad qnut-
lihoses, farilling tools, and good ox
and lighlit wagon.
All Goesfor $3501
Address the BUOY, St. Andrews. Fla.


iPIESt RUDY'Sito 1
PILES PIL'
Is guaranteed to cure PILIES,
and CONSTIPATION (Ilceding, itchin., protrdiling,
Sinward), whether of recent or long standing, or money
Refunded. It gives Instant relief, and etfects a radical
and permanent cure. No surgical operation required.
i Try it and relief your sufferings. Send for list of testi-
Smonialt and free sample. Only 50 ct. a box. Forsale
by druggists, or sent by mail on receipt of price.
MARTIN RUDY, Beg. Plaimacist, Lancaster, Pa
Sold at St. Andrews Bay, Fla., at
At Dr. Mitchell's Drug Store.

SENT FREE
to houseKeepers-

Liebig COMPANY'S

Extract of Beef
COOK BOOK
telling how to prepare many deli-
cate and delicious dishes. "
Address Liebig Co., P. o. box 2718, New
York. Mention this paper.

PARKER'8
HAIR BALSAM
uC and beautiflie the hai
pounta lxuriant growt.
Nie.ver aVl to le tore Gra7
Hair to ita Youthful Color.
Care scalp diseases hair failig.
Loc, and 1.00at Druggists
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3 FAVORITE AND1

FLOWERS.
PANSIEIS, NAS'flMflMS
SWEET pE. P c"m. .Mof
each riety for ef" ly A al
ogy a 1M Catalqpo md Final~
m;SU~s de.. 9tm PsUB U iWO


Government and the Citizen.
To what extent the government touch-
ea the private life of a citizen' 6f the
United States is shown in a very strik-
ing way by Professor Eugene Wam-
baugh of the Harvard Law school in ata
article in The Atlantic Monthly. From
the time that a man rises, all through
his business and social activity of the
day until he goes to bed again, the gov-
ernment touches him at every step, pro-
viding for him, regulating him, telling
him what he may and what he may not
do, until there seems hardly the neces-
sity to discuss increasing the scope of
government, so rapidly is it becoming
wider and wider under the natural tend-
ency of the times.


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ALASKA-KLONDYKE DI CROPS CORN
GOLD MItINH GOE BG D OF

Capital Stock of 500,000 Shares OUIf18,niver ,.eo'"1.1 thoea"atprucr rian,,tworlt.
of0P i 1 Lx r. i 15 v Yin. peraer, In l rowa,211 bu. in Indiant.in, ,n i .
of$10 laoh. aliy paid dandi in Arkanas. and Immense crops In Florida and everywhere i t1o
in'-aosc 1 o r h 0, 9,Si purit. L.andsoloest, and largest eated 100-day corn In existence.
lon-assesa.beiof 01 Wllic 2 ,JU- lost proriable. best drouth reslater. These are claims bnt ie enn
000 Bhares are now offered uthwr sa fpd ofhall n and tile urrorthe 215
000 hares are now ffere ur busel cr. is the noted "Clple Corn." which crtd suhow hp of nd the o r the 15
subsription at par. ,ensation last year In the South. Price 5.00 per bushel. Loss In
----1 P lt TO readers of this paper a small sample of this oorn and
SPEUIAL N OTI Ca copy oor laonrge Ilnluerated catalogue, giving full pnr-
ti nlars and much valuable information for every wide awake IntUlll-


S. JL. Hilleghmnan, Tax AgcntM.P.R.R.,
St. Louis, Mo.
IR. E. Gowat., Drexel Co.;'PhiTadelphia.
The full-paid stock is now offered at
TEN DOLLARS per Share. Send your
orders to the

AlasiaKlondyiy Gol MiniEW Co.
No. 96 BROA DWA Y, NEW YORK:


St. Andrews Poultry Yards,
G. W. SURBER, SR., Prop.,
ST. ANDREWS BAY, FLA.
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There are many persons who desire to
go to the gold fields of Alaska the coim-
ing season, who have not enough ready
money available to enanlle thi.ni 10 do so.
To all such, we would advise th.O desir-
ability of forming a local svydicate of
three or more persons, and jointly pur-
chase 500 shares of our stock, and select
one of your inu er to ogo and prospect
and mine for joint account.
With parties for.iing such syndicate.
this company will contract to sen rout one
of their number for each 500 shares of
stock purchased from it at par, and main-
tain such party there for one year from
the date of arrival at the gold fields, sup-
plying him with food, tools, and all, things
requisite to enable himn to Irospec.t tor
gold, and with help to develop sud work
all good claims located bv him .-lih
Claims to be located in the lnamin of tie
syndicate and the ALA-'KA-KLONDYKE o.LD
MINING Cdo., and to bI owned joilniy And
equally, share and share alike.
Write for Circular--Full Particulars.
DIRECTORS.
JAMES RICE, late S.cretlar State of
Colorado:
WM. SHAW, capitalist, Chicrago;
E. M. TITCOMH, Vice l'rcsidenii and Ge.n-
eral Manager Eastman Fruit Dispatch
Co.;
n.C. FASIT,member Maritime Exchange,
New York;
GEO. W. MORGAN, Circle City. Alaska;
JOHN R. LOWTHER, New York;
GEO. T. DURFEE, Fall River, Mass.
ADVISORY BOARD.
Hon. L. H. WAKEFIELI), Associate .Jus-
tice First District Court, South Fri.m-
inglia n, Mass.;
Hon. G. Q. RICHMOND, late President
Court of Appeals, Ienver, Col.;
S. G. UPDEGRAFF. late Treasurer Lv-
coming county, Williaimsport, Pennl.;
SAMUELM BRYAN, President Cle-a-
peake and Potomac Telephone Ci.,
Washington. D. C.;
Dr. R.C. FISHER, 1,321 Miclhigan av.,
Chicigo, Ill.:
Col. '. A. HUFF dAN, Detroit. Mich.;
M. 3. B. SWIFT, Attorney at l.aw, Fall
River, Mass.;
ISAAC W. 'COTT, Dcputv Collector,
Cedar Rapids, Iowa;t
WMI. F. McKNIGHT, Attorney at Law,
Grand Rapids, Mich.
The business ot the Alaska-Klondike
Gold Mining Company will be to rull a
line of steamers on the Yukon River, and
between Seattle and the different aorts of
Alaska, open supply sto.-es t tilh differ
ent camps, do a generAl Transportatioi,.
Commercial and Banking Business, and,
in addition, deal in Mining Claims, and
vork the Mines already owned and that
may hereafter be acquired by the Com-
pa:ny.
'The Company Controls the Fol-
towing- Prolpl-tres.
Eight Gold Placer claims aggregating
S160 Acres in extent, located on Forty
MilaCreek, under United States mining
laws. Development his proved the p.ay
'troik to be five feet thicli, and l):I,
fielded placer dirt that I:ans Iri.ii, $11) tu
$13. lo the p.an. Fiv Gold Placer cl timJ.
agL'regntinig lUO Acres ill exiLtul, on Pur-
ciupine Iiver, that pains from 25" ce-.t. It
$1? to a pan. Ten Gold I'lacer Claims,
Aggregaling 200 Acres, on the Tanaia
River, panning from $1' to $.i-.i a yard.
A Fine Gold Quartz Lode in Alaska,
which assays from $15 o $500 per ton.
The lode shows an enormous outcrop of.
free milling ore, vein at surface being
twelve feet thick; on this property have
made twelve locations of 1500 feet by 30(1
;eet, equaling 120 acres. WE DON'T CLAIM
IT IS THE MOTHER LODE, BUT WE DO KNOW IT
IS WITHOUT AN EQUAL FOR PROSPECTIVE VAL-
UES.
The estimates and statements above are
of necessity based upon information ob-
tained from our Superintendent, and are
believed and accepted by the company.
This company having acquired exten-
sive holdings of rich placer and gold
quartz properties, capable of earning
large dividends on its stock, offers to in-
vestors advantages that insure large and
profitable retain s.
Mr. George W. Morgan, our superin-
tendent, has been on the Yukon for the
past year working in the interest of this
company. Therefore, we are not asking
any one to contribure to a project un-
planned, but to one thoroughly matured.
IThis company, with its Blle aids, exren-
sive knowledge, and great resources, is
certain to become one of the richest ccm-
panies operating in Alaska.
Our president takes pleasure in refer-
ring you to the following list of references:
Jas. E. Dewey, Mills & Co., Bankers,
Detroit, Mich.
Louis C. Tetard, Commissioner Wold's
Fair from Mexico,"The Rookerv,"Chicago
John 3hafroth, Representative to Con-
gress, ColoraJo.
J. M1. Bell, Representative to Congress,
Colorado.
dC. C. Clement, Washington Trust Co.
Building, Washington, D. C.
Joseph C. Helm, ex-Chief Justice of
Coorado.
Chas. D. Hayt, Chief Justice of Col.
C. B. MaIugh'am, 219 Times-Herald,
Chieago, Ill.
Maurice Joyce, Electro ,Picture, Star
Building, Washingfon, D. C.
Capt. J. J. Lambert, owner and editor
Chlieftain, Pueblo, Col.


I jPA-S SEMIrMIE


E+~TEJS:


'Mobiei to (St Andrews Bay and St Anhevs Ba to Apalachlools.. I
Mobile to ....Cromanton ..... 5 00 t Andews Bay to Apalachloola.
Apalachicola.......... 700 Carrabelle..... 00
Carrabelle ............ 8 00 Apalachlcola to Carrabelle...... 71


EAST BO' ND.


WEST BOUND.


L1AVB. ARRIVE.
5th, 15th an tllh at 7 p.m... ........Mobile.......... 12th, 22d and Id a. ,
7th, 17tl and 7th p.m... t Andrews and ...llth. 21st and let a.m.
~ )""ad2'P. .....C'rornanton .....
3th, IStb and 2,Sth a.m..........Apalavhirola ........11th. 21st and lst p.m.-
ARRIVE. ____ LA'
-9T7r'19th -fiaflti i -.m... -.. Tra-befllc 20th and 30th noon

Connects at Apalachicola with steamers up Chattahoochee River. At
Cairrabelle with .'. T. & G. Railroad for Tallahassee.
For further information, frelgrht rates and special rates for large parties
address, UA T1'. .,AS. Cf cr. 't t i'tll ',tI L .'s 4U it




Dr. Mitchell's DruI Store,

COMMERCE ST. EAST OF WARE& CO'S STORE.




Fresh and of Guaranteed Purity.

DR. W. G. MITCHELL, PROPRIETOR,
Offers His Professional Services to the Citizens of St, Andrews and'
Surrounding Country.
May be "ond at his residence on Buenna'Vista avenue dt iight; -

THE POPULAR


PKNSACOLA F! a. Opposite Waiting Rloom of Unimon Depot,
Isthe Piace for Passengers Coing to and from
8T. ANDREWS BAY.
Rooms Comfortable! Terms Reasonabld
a -* * A-. .. ..
THE POMONA NURSERIES-'.:
Ngw CAA -_ATA
LOGUE FOR 1898 -,
^ ^ WILL BE REDY TO MAIL Wi OCTOBER
SOneparty write* ae fotow of Otir ,S19 co ta
h : "?will yon, pin-se.ac d Jncacpy .u( your. .1
auble _1 aii ry Ca al,r uc, I hUF d a -"Spr. alt .,"
L we ioar ed it. I fa S3 ln i..r. tif
Sti ai in in it tlart I do nt wizh to lac iuat a ,
copy ..
O our Urw I',, Ci -, t vr ::l t n-,e' a J tle
goowl !en;uir-a of llie i7Tc31 3l r&m-t.broi I r Pll a l
new oni. "-o'ly l: -l.r:t.l wl h r1a n- W11 :1
SPhmougai phiic Vl~ws. Wi ofl a a lh J.Ie d of
SPruil r-.n Orun ncanl! Trers i,,d ShruLsadaplted ''
Stok.uthtbrn planting. Cnlataloe f1'i. Add4rW ...
Newest and .Mst Proftb.s. TIIE GPJFFING BROS. CO, ."
Peach for Southern Planting. POBMOA NURSERITS, IlACCI.ElT.F .L .
I . .* -.-.y .,-. -..... e .,.. .. -. -. .--.. -..-. .- .-. - .

A Typical Negro Camp Meeting. forming a d(lOr(ant lBsucn asuc O s .'.no -
There is perhaps no more favorable man ear ever heard elsewhere Ent '
place in which o study negro character ing the grounds, we pass Lands of obhl-
and manners than the camp meeting. dren, olhmbiug, tumbling, romping, like
This time honored institution is no lea so many troops of monkeys; gdirky
Social than religious in its nature. It is young follows awkwardly making love
usually held in a partly cleared grove, to dusky beauties; groups -of brawny
under the auspices of the local clergy. en discusbing.aatrpse points of t-
Hither the colored population of the ology with as much peal and mor edi-
surrounding region floks, coming on emony, perhaps, than a body of learned
surrounding region flocks, coming on divinity doctors. Here adid tere.a&go.
foot, in carriages and wagons, in ox diviniy octo. ere ,d heree. go -
carts and mule carts, on horseback aud springg crp.many of old unclee" "
mule back-in short, by every conoeiv- "iuntie may be seen reviving the
able mode of locomotion. Its dress is memories of bygouo days.-Chautam-
as varied as its vehicles. Indeed the quaDn. ,
negroes of the south are of all people tIDeeolMs Broiled Oysters.
the most cosmopolitan in the matter of Drain large, fat oysters, lay them lao
dress. Clothes of every imaginable on a board and dry with a soft hel. ..
style, color and "previous condition of cloth. Dust lightly with salt and oay.
servitude" are pressed into use, so that eami. Toast squares of bread. Arrange
in this particular they present as great tbem bcatly on the platter. Put the
a variety as the beggars in the nursery oysters in au oyster broiler and broil
rhyme. quickly over a -clear fire, broiling iret '
As we approach the grovo what a on one side about- three minute' r '
medley of sounds breaks upon our boar- then turziiig t.hEm on the othb'P,! ~d .
ing-the neighingof horses, the bellow- just a little warm water idtb "
ing of cattle, the hechaw braying of edges of the toias, arraug-t4h'raeq ogylt
mules, the laughter and screams of chil- neatly on t-ch piece, put over a little f
dren, and joined with these a perfect melted butter and serve at once.-.lrts.


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pukabolsommu


CORNER OF SHELL AVENUE AND MIICHIGAN STREET. .-.
ST. ANDREWS BAY, FLA.



Druts, loediciles, Fallcy Tolet 6 Aricls.


I Handle no Quack Nostrums

PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED

DR. J. J. KESTER. M, D. Drugrist.



WON-

ALPHA



Captain, JAS. E.CLARK.


Mobileto Carrabelle, via Pensacola, St. Andrews

Bay, Cromanton and Apalachicola.


255 Tons Burden. Passenger Capacity 50


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NORTH BAY LUMBER COMPANY

BAY HEAD, FLAs


0. TOPKINS & CO.


'ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH
Rough and Dressed Lumber of All Grades.


THE PATRQNACE OF THE PUBLIC SOLICITED
i 'Terms cash or endorsed notes,


.t t.he Clcld ll ce


W. Pitts,


ias removed his new and extensive stock

OF GENERAL MERClANDISE

hBk to his old stand, the Peoples' Store, at
PI'TTSBURG, ON EAST BAY.
Whm e hi invites all old friends and the pur-
chasing public to call and
EXAMINE HIS STOCK AND PRICES
Before Purchasing Elsewhere. All kinds of
COUNTRY PRODUCE bought and sold.
Pays the Hiahe t Price for green Salted
ALLIGATOR HIDES.


0. B. THOMPSON. J. G. JOHNSON.

THOMPSON & JOHNSON
HAVING PURCHASED AN INTEREST IN THE
Salisbury Lumber Company's Mill,



Either Rough or Dressed,
IN ANY .QUANTITY. AT REASONABLE PRICES.
-. ,La r j-'rr-r -.ap ANg. g-MOTCi- QJ~ T ...... ,
TH031PSON & JOHNSON. P.oPTRlmron llarriton, Florida.


THE ST. ANDREWS



Hforticltnral an Impronv nt

Co Ixip axxy.


INCORPORATED OCT. 13. 1897.

Thb perpoe of this Company is to Improve the Country adjacent toS t
Andrews Bay and to
c develop Its Resources as a Fruit-Growing Country.
T4 secomplish this the Company proposes to Sell Lands in tractsof Two-
and-a-half and FiveAcres to such parties only as will improve them by the
IlmrtleB of Houses.Fences and such Permanent Improvements as will enhance the
sees of esb tract so disposed of, and particularly to
Plant them out in Trees Plants and Vines,
To tke sad tkht In the shortest practicable time every Such tract shall be a
Source of Revenue to its Owner.
As TO RELIABILITY OF THE COMPANY
The first question which will naturally be asked will be: "Is this Com-
eay rellable"? And the answer to it is: Any person employing' the Company
to make improvements may deposit an approximate payment of the estimated cost ot
s.h same with any responsible business man or firm doing business on the Bay or in
Ialk at their own home to he paid over only when the Company shall satisfacto-
i.l w tib e that improvements have been made according to agreement.
Tb. Company will not only improve and plant, but watch and care for
S- property trusted to its keeping,guarding against forest fires, dishonest pilferers
1l dama=gs from any cause possible to be prevented.
Froim a careful estimate of the probable expense and income of a fruit
lanutato in the St. Andrews Bay country a few figures arc given:
SjlM iluefau per eCas ,ayj625 to 5; cost qo clearim say 20; "oat ofplanting ist
to.,ty $30; cost etealtivetfon each year tlereafter, 20,
.til notextravagant to estimate that a 1-acre vineyard will on the third
tu,.I properly eultivated, yield $201 worth of fruit and of peaches nearly or quite
b gsame, while figs should do even better than that. Then, though perhaps a little
glager, some of them, in coming into profitable hearing may be named pears, apricots,
!stari{eu. sluinm, prunes. mulberries, olives, Japan persmnimons almonds Ehglish
ilanta, Japan chestnuts, pecans, and luany other varieties of fruits.and nuts. which
er* ltapost certain to flourish here; while oranges and citrus fruit, though not con-
ldered eertala yield large returns oftener than they miss
The Secretary of the Company will give particular attention to an-
Srtag letters of inquiry, and the Buor will in its answers tocorrespondents an-
-- e all questions asked it.
R LM EM B ER the Company Lands will be sold on Easy
te eof Pvaiment; but improvements must Ie paid for as saitisfactorv proof is given
bt bue work ha heen performed. C 0 RRE S P 0 ND EN C E S 0 LIC ITE D.
JAddress R. E. HOWARD, Sec. WV. A. EMMONS, President.
St. Andrews Iay, Fla.


A True Fish Story.
Benj. Hari ison in Jacksonville Metropolis
One fish stoiy, strictly and liter-
ally true has been lnghed at over
ten states as the product of an in-
flaned imagination. Every man in
the party will vouch fur the state-
mient as here set dov n, and their
names will be strong enough to sub-
nsantiate a ghln.t st',ry where they
are best known.
A pmlity ,f gentlemen agreed to go
fishing, and a small iteamtir was char-
teredl. In the party were J. B. Wall,
president of the Florida senate; E.
M. Hammond, state *mnator; J. P.
Taliaferro, chairman of the state ex-
ecutiye committee; E. J. Triay, the
governor's secretary; J. E. Ing.-ahanm,
of the East Coast Line; Nat. Pointz,
banker; the writer and others.
About 11 a. in. the steamer was
anchored off the c:,ast, and the party
had fine sport with grouper. Tlhe
captain in the pilot house had been
watching through his glass a line o(l
dinm objects about two miles awayI
and finally called the attention of the
others to the sighrlt.
To the eye it seemed a hue of black
objects a mile long, and everybody
guessed it was the sea serpent. But
the glass separated the line into ma-
ny large bodies, against which the
slight ripple played. They kept in
regular formation and seemed ta
moye only at long intervals.
Immediately lines were drawn up
and the steamer passed to windward
of the line, stopped her engines and
drifted up by the beam, All was
now bustling preparation. A strong
harpoon was rigged, secured to the
capstan and placed in the hands of
him who claimed to be "the master
of those who know." Five 44-cali-
bre rifles, with a dozen grains, boat-
hooks, etc., .were ready as if for a
party of boarders of the Kidd variety.
Now the excitement was red hot.
At fifty yards we could see the mon-
steis, black as Erebus, resting on
widespread wings, eating liesurely
some small substance that discolored
the water in front of the line. A
gulp- would be ,taken disclosing
throats iuto which you might drop
an ordinary sofa;: the wings would
move gently and the, body would
move up. The sailors called theui
"bat fibh." They were shaped like
-a-stintgray,-v Thy'-wouldt anmzn tca
two tons in weight, and they weie
fully twenty feet from the tip of one
wing to that of the other. Can you
wonder that ezch of un held his
breath and waited impatiently fur the
captain's word to begin action,
Slowly we drifted up to one of the
monsters. When almost touching
hinm the captain roared, "Now!"
The harpoon buried itself at the root
of one wing. Five rifle balls plainged
the parts we supposed to be vital and
the "missile weaponue" of iidiscrim--
inate character from every hand beat
and bruised him.
The sea was beaten into foam as
the herd fled. The stricken monster
plunged about in a wild flurry. The
magazine rifles kept busy at work
and the yells were deafening.
Then the fish sounded. The
steamer shivered when the line ran
out, and the bow was almost buried i
as the monster struggled at tihe end
of his tether. Then he rose to the
surface and ran for the open sea.
We followed him and as the steam


got in its work we drew in the line,
with four men at the capstan bars.
Coming up to our game we attacked
himn again with rifles and pistols and

THE DREADED
CONSUMPTION.
T. A. Slocuq, M. C., the Great Chemist
and Scientist, Will Send Free, to
the Afflicted, three Bottles of
his Newly Discovered Rem.
idies to Cure onsnmp-
tion and all Lung Troubles.
Nothing could be fairer, more philan-
thropic or carry more joy to the afflicted,
than the offer ofT. A. Slocum, M. C., of
183 Pearl street, New York City.
Confident that he has discovered an
absolute cure for consumption and all
pulmonary complaints, and to make its
great merits known,he will send free,
three bottles of medicine to any rtadAr


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-"< -* of the Booy who is suffering from chest.
Our Clubbing List. IMPROVED FARM FOR SALE I bronchial, throat and lung troubles or
Ths-Gilt Efie Barain for Somone! nsumptlon.
T111 BUt has made very liberal club i Already this "new scientific course of
segacwalrgfement with a few ofthe very Ond hundred and ixt ar of chic medicine," has permanently cured thou-
Ond hundred 'and sixty acres of choice. sands of apparently hopeless cases.
bet publications in the country and for F trming Land: in the south half of section Ts octor consider t hpeie s celiiou
t mkie.at ansend fora whole year 7, township- 4s, of range 13w. Good duty_-adut which he owes to hnman-
7b IMOY and Dwelling House, lrive Well, convenient it.-to donate his infallible cure.
t.qllie'. Illustrated Weekly for... .$3.00 oahouses. Fine Fruit Orchard of Pears Offered freely, is enough to commend it,
Dmorests Mgaine............ 1.75 beaches Plums, etc, and nearly 1,000 and more so is the perfect confidence of
Tbhf lh T. U. & Citizen, daily for $9 00 rape Vines, all in hearing. If taken the great chemist making the proposition.
do weekly,for $1 5 soon will lie soldfor He has proved the dreaded consump-
A(e Me American' .... 35 10, 0 0 tion to be a curable disease beyond any
ri trad Fruit Grower" ... 2 55 And the improvements alone cost a good doubt.
ltmid A grlcltarist ... 2 55 deal more money. Would prefer cash There will be no mistake in sending -
do. elbsrof 5. each ... 2 25: down. but might give time on one-half the the mistake will be in overlooking the
ParW Journal, PhHlad'a, mda*hly I 10 purchase money. For full particulars ad- generous invitation. He has on file in
g1e.iU til Knqauirer twie sa eek dress the Bu o, St. Andrews Bay, Fla his American and European laboratories
rsseye pages each issue..... 1 70 --- testimonials of experience from those
AlapltaConstitution ... 1 704 Wanted TRUSTWORTHY and ACT cured, in all partsof the world.
T. T. World(thricea wek)....... 1 75 IVE gentlemenor ladies totravel for re- Don'tdely until it is too late. Ad-
F7r any or eith the above public spo'sible, established house in Florida. dress T. A. Slocum, M. C., 98 Pine
SB Monthly 65 and expenses. Position street, New York, and when writing the
K .as ia eeanecti :itb the BUOY, ad. steady. Reference. Enclose self-ad- Doctor, please give express and post-
Ey rstL i rs~ W THE BUOY. dressed stamped, envelope. The Do- office dress, and mention reading thij
St. Andrews. Fla minion Company, Dept WrChieago. article in the Bovr.


fire od. Again he sounded ai
again the captain was afraid th
enough water would come over h
bow to swamp his fires.
At last we had him gasping at tl
side. We could not take him aboar
but measured him as well as we con
and concluded that he was twent
six feet from tip to tip and won
weigh two tons easily. How v
wisned for a derrick!
When he seemed dead we four
the school again and attacked a notl
er and another. It was great spor
After chasing the herd into tl
dep:hs and exhausting our amun
tion, we headed for shore. The ne,
day two of the great carcasses cani
ashore aiid others swimming around
<'B.i evidently wounded.
This is the truthful account of a
incident that has given rise to nune
exaggeration, hints at the veracity <
fishermen and some coolness between
men who 'should be warm fliendi
Since thelnsoiw6 df thb bat flh he
been taken in Pensacola, weigher
photographedd and exhibited. In a
respects it bore out tie description
here given, as did also the one killed
in Charleston harbor.
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Just try a 10c box of Uascarets, th
finest liver and bowel regulator ever made
A Visit to the Convict Canip.
Reporter.
Tuesday night was spent at th
convict camp of saunders & Jones i
Calhoun county, under the manage
anent of Messes Steele & Stuart. Th
article of some time ago in the T. U
and C. by a northern correspondent
was very untrue. The convicts ar
well fed. clothed and cared for. The
are also allowed a number of prive
lege, and seem to be well contented
The day I was there one got hi
distiinssal; papers. lie was so *el
p:eased he said he would continue t
work there, but great shades of Case
er. give your humble correspondent
his freedom. They are supplied witJ
tobacco each week, and those wh,
needed shoes were furnished witi
them. Several of the men knew th
writer who talked with them
They said they were-treated, nmui
better than they expected. Amonj
the irthings given them by me was ;
hakimonniva,and then tlhe singing dance
ing and music begun., Of coursI
those who cause tr.audueor moisbehav
are punlhedil, b ull"ff1, the niiiibe
is ine who has not had a blow in fou
yeai,.a At this camp are two Cubani
whol canin not speak a word of Englsh
and have to-be shown evcrythin g fo
them to0do,but the guar,l are kind
and patient.
SA nm'Amphiibiotiu Alligator,
Youth's mpanion.
A Botton woman stood on the decc
of Ot.e Ocklawaha steamer in Floiidl
notebook and lorgnetto in hand, ask
ing ponderous questions of a darkly
rouLtabmt.l.
"Is the alligator amphibious?'
was one of her questions.
SThe darky scratched his head; he
was a bit puzzled, a. there had beei
moree corn-pone than dictionary ini
his bringing up,but his quick wit ani
natural logic did not desert him a;
he replied:
"1 reckon he am, mis'; he bite vo
sluah ef yo' monkey wid him.'"
-Petroleum Fuel.
Scientific American.
It is gratifying to learn that th,
experiments which the Bureau o
bteamr Etigineering is carrying out ii


the Stilletto in the use of liquid tue
are meeting with cusnpleto success
The great advantages of liquid tue
are that it may run into bunkers o
tanks by 'gravity, thas doing away
with the tedious and costly loading
by hand. It can be brought into the
furnaces without handling, thus re
during dtie number of stokes, and it
prodtees no ashes. A ton of oil
moreover, contains about twice as
much heating power as a ton of coal
and hence the amount of fuetl apply
may be doubled without adding to
the weight of the vessel. With a
combination of liquid fuel and the
turbine in the sanid vessel we maj
13ok for soiue great developments in
the present government experiments
A New Fish.
Among the numerous varieties ol
fish in the collection broinght from
Bermuda to the New York Aquarium
ast summer none have attracted
nore attention than the red Ber-
mudan snapper. Since its arrival
Dr. Tarleton H. Bean has discovered
hat the fih belongs to an entirely
new variety. He lids named it Neo-
noenis Hlastingsii, in hor.or of Gen-
ral IHastings,of Bermuda,who, be-
idles other great and valuable kind-
eesses to the biological expedition
lhat vislted Bermuda last year, offer-
d one of his islands down there for
se as a collecting station for th e
quariium.


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5- EEDS
St grow paying crops because they're
h fresh and always the best. For
sale everywhere. Refuse substitutes.
Stick to Ferry's Seeds and prosper.
h 1808 Seed Annual free. Write for it.
o D. M. FERRY & CO., Detroit, Mich.


:, W, SURBER
: ,I Is trei'ared to; cut .
W0oo) A'N)FENCE PosTs

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and d andi the rates.
r A SECTIONAL 'MAY




Bay Countr y.
We have made arrangements by
Which we can furnish this fine MAP
covering about eighteen miles square
. of territory, including the Cincinnati
SCompany's Tract, also Harrison,
Parker,. Cromanton, and a.daeent
country, for
ONE DOLLAR.
Or given for 5 cash yearly subisaciptions.
PBy the aid of this map the location of
lands purchased of the Cincinnati
Company can be easily ascertained,
or, parties may send us $1 and their
t description and we will locate theii
s lots and return the Map by mail.
Address TrHE I1uoy,
St. Andrews. Fla.
For 5 cash subscribers, we will give as
a premium, I Sectional Map of the Bay
country, or 1 Map of the City of St. An-
.rews. Either nto sold singly-$1
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f\ A MAAP
; Of the City of St. Anrews,
Gotten up with. g-.at care by the
publisher, who has :;pared no pains
i to prepare for the pr ilic ;i map of
r St. Andrews as it really is. It shuws
About
g FOUR MILES OF COST LNIE,
e 1xtn.ding eastward : om Dyer's
Stoint, taking in the Old 'own site of
St. Andrews, and gives location of
t public business places, private resi-
, dences, docks, etc., alac every lot in
s each block and the adjoining addi-
tion to the Cincirnati Company's
Island, with a full ilescription of the
same.
o The Map will she w owners of lots
a in the city just where they are lo-
g cated, and is of value to those think-
Sing of buying property.
Size of Map 30x50 Inches.
The BUOY will send this map to any
address on ths receipt of
ONE DOLLAR,
f Or giver as a premium for 5 yearly
cash sul-scrintions.
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TRAD5 MARKS
COPYRIoGHTS ac.
Anyone sending a sketch and description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
invention is probably patentable. Communica.
tin strictly confidently. Handbook onPatents
sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents.
Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive
special otoce, without charge, in the
Scndtific Jimercan.
A handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest cir.
culation of any scientific journal. Terms, $3 a
ear; tour months, SL Sold byall newsdealers.
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The N. Y. Fishing Gazette says:
The legislature in Florida made
no appropriations for a Fish Com-
mission at their lat session; hence
they have no tomimissioner. No
state needs one more. It is under-
stood that at the late Fishery Con-
gress Goyerr.or Bloxham promised to
appoint a bommnission if they would
serve without btulpensaUou until
the meeting of thb next legislature.
Two well-known fishermen have e x-
pressed themselves as willing to servo
Four will be appointed...........The
oysterindustry of Florida is growing
and, judging from the papers read at
the recent Fisheiios Congress, its
importance is fully appreciated by
the citizens of the State.
Too High.
Tid-Bits.
A countryman walked into a news-
paper office to advertise the death of
a relative.
"What is your charge?" he asked
of the clerk.
'We charge $2 an inch."
"0!' said the countryman, "I can't
ff,,rd that. My friend was six feet
three inches.

Constipation
Causes fully half the sickness in the world. )1
retains the digested food too dlng in the bowel
and produces biliousness, torpid liver, indl.


Hood's
gestion, bad taste, coated
tongue, sick headache, in- l [
somnia, etc. Hood's Pills S
cure constipation and all its l
results, easily and thoroughly. 25c. Alldruggsts'
Prepared by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
The ouls Pills to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla.


GOLD I


GOLDBI


We have secured valuable latis in the

Famous gold fields of Alaska!
Hon. Chas. D. Rogers, of Juneau, Clerk of thb U. S. District Court of
Alaska. has staked out claims for this Comnthy in the
SHEEP CREEK BASINand WHALE BAY DISTRICTS of Alaska.

North-AmfrlMan Minin and ]eolqm1 Ceo
CAPITAL $5,000,000; SHARES $1 EACH
FULL t'AID AND NON-ASSESSABLE:
This Company Cives the Poor Man.& Chance
as well as the Rich!
Now is the Time
To invest your money. $1.00 will buy one share of stock. Invesf.fo~i
before our stock advances in price. Not less than five shares will be
sAld. We have the bcst-ktnown men in America as Directors in this Com-
pany. Therefore your money is safe with us as with your bank. Send
money by Post-Office order or registered inafl, iiid you will receive stock
by return mail.
North-American Mining and Developing- Company, Juneau, Alaska.
-Write for prospectus to the
North-American Mining and Developing Od.
23 UNION SQUARE, NEW YORK, U S. A.
Agents Wanted EveJywhere to Sell our Stock,
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THE COLUMBIA GARDEN PLOW.

'Ti; is the li]an t and ltliir.t complete
I Th r, low for working plants in the garden. It
is se!l;--ij ustalble; the weight the block to
":i b the bladt; is attached keeps it in the
ot erd. a id tlhe depth of plowing is regulated
1i ifilj giLC hnd-t'le. A boy or girl of ten
3 eas can handle it with perfect ease. It has a
t 2-inch steel wheel, the height of which makes
the plow light of draft. It has" five blad; is 1 is
a t mring mold, 2 a shovel, 3 asweepor weeding
blade, 4 a bull-tongue, 5 a rake. Wrench
with each plow.
We have made arrangements b)
l rnn which we can furnish this ,low at
the factory price, $3.75, wlti


freight to St. Andrews Bay about 75 cents, making me plw,delivered
$4.50. But the BTOY proposes to do better than this and will send the BUOY
one vyer an(C fu' nish one of these plows complete at the factory for $ oO(
such .ser to pay freight.
T e plow may be seen in operation at the BUOY Farm at any tiune
O er from ile EBUOY, direct.


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