Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00194
 Material Information
Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: June 13, 1901
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00194
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
lccn - sn 95026996
lccn - sn 95026996

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U. S. SENA'rTOlu
First District-S. I?. Mallory, Pensacolia
2(1 District, '. I'.Taliafero, Jlacksol, vilit
t epresentives- Ist l)is tri:t, S. lM. Spark
Sman, Tampa; 2d ,District, I. W
Dlivis, Palalka.
laid Otlice--Register, W G.G. Rolinson
Receiver-IT. S. Chuiibb, Gainesville.
Jovernor-Wm. J. Jenlings; Sacretari
of State, J. L. 3rawtford; i'reasul rr.,
B. tIliitield; Attorney General Win
B. Lainar; Compt roller, W. H. IRey-
nolds; St.printendent -f Public *lii
struetioli, W. N. Sliatls: Coin mission
er of Agricullnre, B. E. McLin; Ad-
djuiant Ge eral, Patrick IHouston. Taill
SI'wenlt.v-fifth f)ist.r!i--Gen. Wm., Miller
Point W .i nhtli tOl,. ., , ,.',
\V A.:Illf't'Ei'tON (. 'IiNTY.
i:t-prese nlilie -. 'V.\'. .ldershti, An-
S, .il 'fion; ,o W .Vt l g -,;.g. ". W. t s1
i i.- tVernon'; Clk .i' Uit ounlt C 'rl
'- licorelvr .I l....-. W'. C. LT.)k ', 'Ve.r-
ison; Sheriff, J. A. McKEil'ii.ie Ve. Iour :
Treasurer, G. .I. ltarish, Veriton; Tax
Collector, Levi Yntes, Vernon; T'ax
Assessor, Frank Russ, Vernon; Super-
intendent :if P'ublic Instruction, L. L.
PI'ati, Vornon; .Surveyor, 1'. L. Horn,
Orange Hill. County Connuissionerls
W. H. l'lenirinig, Carvville: W. T.
horn. Cli'n. Orange Hill; S. 't.rickland,
Pt. Wash8lgton ; Jno R. T'hoIpson.

St.. Andrews ray;,Juo. Simmons, Vet-
JiJstice of tlie Peace. Joln Stirrock:
Nolarv Publics, W.A. Emnilons : Dep-
uty Circuit Court Clerik. W. A. Enl-
inoiis.: School Directors, E. 1'. Maxon.
G. W. Surler sr., 1H. D. Davis; Post-
Mlaster, L. '. Ware
S'ostryistress, Mrs. M. B. Jenks.
S, MiL'vI, Vt1'LlE.
Postmaster; EHeniy Bovis.
:oslniaster, Martin G. Post; Notary vPub-
lic, W H. Pirker.

-ostiiisbress, Mrs. 11assellorg.
p ostlaste, S. W. Andereon
'Postimaster, M rs. R.G(y.
Postmaster, Emery Tomlpkins.
13A v HI1KD.
SPostnaster, 0. C. Tompkins.
Postmnaste, W. F. Woodford.
W ETA rro.
Postniistress, Mrs. Dyer.

Postmaster, P. N. IHutchinsou.
Piostofice on Laird's Mill Bayou.

rostnaster, hos. J.B. Alauger
S' REL I'G 1OU'S '
S'letsid liit Elpiscop)l--Church Wxs li iu-
S n iL u 1iil Clhi h tlii tt st ~- id Y .,clh '..l
at ;; p. ,.n every Sunday.
,. \-Bptitl(-Church eor. Wyoming tve.
i d Ciniun.iti' st. Services bv paistor on
every 4th Sunrday at II ia. i n and 8 p m.
Conference it night. Praiye'y meeting ev-
ery We'dnesday 8 p. im. Sunday school
every Sund ty at 10 a. in. Rev. S. L. Loud-
erwi.ilk. pastor.
Presiy terian-COhurch corner Loraine'
avenue and Drake street; Rev. R. J.
Mcllwaiiu pastor; preening on second
Suiidayof each month at 11 o'clock a. in.
,.nd .-t 7 p. in. Sunday SlScool at 9:30
a. m. every Sunday, John Sturiock, Supt.
Jatholic--hurch corner W yoning ave-
suie and F.osler street..
h'lie nrouliern niail, via AndIlersonl, Gay,
SBayled and a hiipley departs every day
except Sunday at 3:00 o'clock; a. ml.;
arrives every day except Sundlay at
7:40 p. m.
t:,st Bay mail for Harrison, Cronlanton,
Parker, Farindale and Wetappo, leaves
St. Andrews going east every morning
at 6 o'clock and leaving Wetappo at,
1 o'clock, arrives, corning west every
evening at 7 o'clock.
SCHEDULE OF RATES:--For each five
minutes, or fraction thereof, use of
Between St. Andrews Bay & Gay.... 15 c
,i ," Bayhead 20c
,, ChitLioy. 35c
Chipley & Bayhcatd........ 25e
" Cay......... .30e
Bayhead &Gay............. 10c
For transmission byi telegraph 10c.
extra, not including telegraphic service.
The company will, when possible, de-
liver messages on Sunday, lo)ut cannot be
resFOfnsikle for failure to do so.
W. A. EMMONS. Gen'l Mgr.


/ )eputy Circuit Court Clerk and No-
tary Public for the State at Large; has
jurisdiction to administer oaths, take
affidavits, legalize acknowledgments,
etc.,anywhere in Florida. Special at-
tention given to land conveyances and
to marriage services, and license issued
to lawfully qualified parties. Office at
the BUOY Office, St. Andrews Bay.
Having had eight years experience in
executing Quarterly Pension Vouchers
for old soldiers and soldiers widows;
also, papers for increase of I'ensions, 1
am now prepared to attend to all busi-
ness propintly tIlat may require the ser-
vices of a Notary.
Homneopathic Physician und Ac-
S coucher. Office Pioneer Drug Store,
o.orner of Shell avenue and Michi-
gan street,
St. Andrews Florida
P'lysician and I)lru'gist, Commerce st.,
east of Bavviwv, Olfers his professional
services to the citizens of St. An-
drews and vicinity. Residence on Buena
Vista il veynl e.
W. 11. PARKER,
Notary 1u1ltlrc
For the S.atc of Florida at J Largqe.
Office at Park er, Fla.
Conlvoeyallin :i nli ll paymilent of taxes for
iiou-rei dc nl. :',)cci;ll 1icy

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY ~s inil.r(y2 eilare Smc:yuin;g rfo th
One dollar a Year in Advance. clones
Of honioc: nmy eycs are longiing 'fr tihe

W Of Ihmome--I would that I "were hlome to-
Editor and Proprietor. nfght --Indiaiiapolis Journal.
)spplnay ad rites 50tc per inchi perORA i oiil IiF
1Po'silladxtraildtrvcoiti inli FLORlStA A A lr 'rF'L

ratCe sullicc to siDtecial a;rerceII)nl.(
"Local Drift," 5c per line, first insertion
21.,c each subsequent. Display local's
double above rates.

A Woman's Love.
A sentinel angel sitting hign in glory.
Heard this shrill wail ring out Iromn
"Have mercy, mighty angel, hear my
S o;* !"
f.loved-and bl i d with passionate loe,
"fell: .. ..
Love'brouight' me down to death, and
death to hell;
For God is just, and death for sin is

I do not rage against this high decree,
Nor tor myself do ask that grace shall
But for my love on earth who mourns
for me.

Great Spirit! let me see my love again,
And comfort him one hour, and I were
To'pay a thousand years of fire and

Then said the pitying angel: "'Nay, re-
That wild vow! Look the dial-finger's
Down to the last hour of thy punish-

But still she wailed: "1 pray thee let
me go;
I cannot rise to peace and love him so.
O, let me soothe him in his bitter woe!"

The brazen gates ground sullenly ajar,
And upward, joyous like a rising star,
She rose and vanished in the ether far.

But soon down the dying sunset sail-
Andlik: a wounded bird her pinions
She fluttered back wi'it broken-hearted

She sobbed: "I found him by,tih snm-
inLr' h sea, e n'
Ilt~ecliuId his i,.ad poi a, maiden's
"s ** ,.*

sWe_.irld hi ha.i,' and-
S Woe I- mel'

hi limi ,

She '-vpt: "Now let my 'punishment
I have been fond and foolish. Lot me
To expiate my sorrow and my sin."'

The angel answered: "Nay, sad soul,
go higher!
To be deceived in your true 'heart's
Was bitterer than a thousand years of
fire!" -John tHay.

)adl 'it I
Dad 'n' I are go'n' fishing'
Dad's a diggin' bait;
i'll jcs' tell you all about it,
If you'll set 'n' wait.
Dad's an awful hand for fishin'-
I'm nis right-hand bower'
Like to set 'n' watch the bobber
Hour after hour.

Like to hear the waves come slappin'-
Lappin' soft and low,
Like to see the :sunlight glancin'
Dancin' to an' fro.
Like to feel the line a pullin'
Steddy, sure an' strong.
Always feel so glad 'n' happy
Thinkin' I'm along.

Ain't pertickler what we're kitchen'
Long's we get a bite;
Bass or sunlish, perch or nickrel,
Bull-head, eel or pike *
Nothin' but a snapping' turkie
Goes against the grain,
When lie gobbles up yer hook an'
Wears yer line off for a train.

'N' when the shadders get to growing'
SLong 'n' slender on the grass,
Dad 'n' I'll pick up our tackle
'N' strings o' perch 'n' speckled bass.
'N' mosey long up through the clover
'Thout a speck, of any noise,
'N' ma'll be out watchii' fer us,
Sayiu' "Supper's waiting boys."
--Della Thom uson Lutes.

O, for the sight of some familiar face!
To hear some friendly voice pro-
nounce my name:
To grasp an old friend's hand in this
strange place
So far from home! Methinks that I
would claim-
Acquaintance with a dog if he but
l'rom home. My weary eyes look out
S and see
Only strangers who've noo thought of inmt

Homesick! Ah, now I know what that
word means!
I-omesick for home anm Ionml'foilk---
I've said that only school girls in their
Crew homesick; now a wanderer i;.
strange clinmes,

Variety of Her Hortioiuural
Display a Surprise.

Fruits antd Foods in lProfusion,
and Ia M (odl Plineapple
Field Under Glass.
The Buiffalo Express of May 31
give, ant elaborate description of. tlhe
TF lo61 ila ',xhi~it, aHid~.tvs that thi, at-"
-. ," " -. " ".
tractivecless of tli F'i:,rida booth has
boen thle subject of special commciit.
Thie article reads as followIs:
Tlie belated Florida exhibit in tlie
Horticultural buildling is in place at
last, anl the state suffers nothing 1by
comipaiisrm tiiothe big sister slates
which occupy so mncli attention in
the pomiiilogical and f,,od sections.
Fruits and foods in surprising] 'ro-
tusioni were displayed yesterday,
from tile tiny lilin to the giant poni-
elo. The ponmelo (grapefruit) dis-
play is tiue finest eycr mniada. Some
of the largest weigh three p)lnds
and over. The fruit is displayed to
bring out the contrast between tlhe
foilr varieties of the same fluit, the
lime, tite lemon, the orange and the
pomelD. There a,' lil'leren.ice well
e llough kiowli to thle ,i ,lin:,ry in-ii
summer, but the p1)(i l.I.I ct l 'alli tlhe
four the same fruit. .M1anv lie ".'i-
imels of tlhe piI .-11 l. ale ;iL ,
shown, and ii onle ol, the gI QLl Ii u'er
thereis a reprodli'tilin ft a fii'lil iOl
pines, with the living 1.l:ints li'l-ring,
fruit. There are :il.i Ibainna tree.-
and in a few damys or,'ainge aniil iemlon
trees will bte -esin. witli tise groi,% inI
0,lher fctaturi Is -:f thle I'i 'i'-l: ex'-

.ihbit are uisti ich pinn'l l
boas and other ai ticles II ii
,ll ie spotiges, the 1.i licl. m I
'ahlllj it" ,.l ,, I i' i aind I ,
tif l the (.I. Si .lliill'.1 I i'li
showing, a.iid there aie

L I:,q-t
k u ik.,

terralini and gnava jellyv. '7MiMt in-.
teresting is ain exhibit of gyPeni veg.-
etables freshly tromn tlhdt i leI rMa g;ir-
ldeiin, tonmatos, sweet ,pofatues, I iili
potatoes, beets ahd cucumbers. .
Tlhc ex hibit miadti by Flori.;a i.,
particularly creditable, in iew of tihe
fact.that io state a.l',propiati-ie'was
made for representation at tlhe expo-
sition. iThe govern-l6r, however, wvli :
has all along shown a great imntei.t
in the exposition and its purposes ap-
pointed a commission to go about tlhe
state to col'let exhibits that Floriida
might iti a measure have-'epresenta-
tion of her natural resources here.
That and other conditions beyond
the power of the state government to
control conspired to delay Floida in
the work of getting' her exhibit in-
stalled in the horticultural building
until the last inomenit. Now that
the woik is finished it is conceded
that Florida; in view of the difliCcl-
ties with which she has haid con-
tend, has made an extremely credit
ble showing. The attractiveness of
her booth installation has been the
subject of special comment no less
than tlhe comprehensiveness and ya-
riety of her horticultural display.
Appropriately, the Floridla booth is
bailt to resemble a Ipalmetto hut tihe
beams and girders being draped wiith
festoons of Spanish moss.

Anitdote lor Mosqulito Loisoin.
Coinsul G(eneral (Cunther writes toi
thie State Departient a'Wa\\ lshing-
toil from Frankfort, April 16, 1901:
Prof. Dr. Voges, thie directorr ol
the National Ioard of 110 le h at
neiinos Ayres, according to (_jeliiian
papers, has found a remicedy for Imos-
(umito bites. 11, states that lie dis-
covered it by accident during hi,,
trip to Paraguay to study the pest,
lie had b'eeu supplied with al0 sorts
of remedies, among them naplthalene,
nu article of no valtie whatever
against the pest; but on using it fuir
mosquito bites lie found it of sur-
prising effect. It ncutrailizcs thi
poison, evae wlhen thie spot lidtt.:i is
greatly inflamed.
If fresh bites are rubblted with, i)-
thaleine no siwciing follows. T'he
professor considers napt'italeiu almost
,a specific against milosqulto p!uiso, ,


SAKING ITEST i, ', it>,s i,e s-,ut to, t ii lin,.
S"The \v \vill be .-o tLanlku! m
nehl by" the Chemistry atss ot i,,i.'' she s:
of a Brooklyn tHigSlh S hool. At t Ime foS:l. A g
Among o be( inmates if H t te Hn A4o1 ('e, l
tor A\gd c(,o,lo.d men ooklyn Men tile next dIay, it 'vas said !.,h
there is just now ge1 r and n e'ffoi't hal bee ialai' t trhbliug'. It i all b. Pe 01 a lthe inimates the fact that thie bi.a'
Lroillo i g. It is all 6 e oi lla t ek ch ,b t J so e w
prize contest in bread-balkii i eld inl as in the kitchen, but jr. some way
the Girls' High School. ]itl nani- it leaked out and great tieasiuess
mous vote, all the bread balked was lev'ilcl.--N Y ik 'riii".
sen. to the Honie fot Aged ',oorul uiti the yn to the Sigrs

'e. A protest hiis Ibpen maIinih al 'Mai:st
Veird an.1 unmicanny as it inav hi ,
Ve d an uncan y as it aIaill'ing a llodv of little gill --. t,
seem, the bread-baking contest was ,s isced te th \--t
I... l.. ^i...sc vereI.. ....thera....-t.

ieii y t ie class i in chemistry ani
physics. The professor ihIai,:'lIen ex-
povnding. foIr sevea ldaysi L te-
ory of lerumentation, until v'.l\ I(ot

the class almost compreI e the
tling. After lie had ti '' 1ll
about ti lie asked them fbw; quI
tions. ,. ,
"Now, you, Miss Balla,'" heo said
to a little girl, whom it' setrieed a
shame to worry. 'nmenliotl solne!
things that ftrmlncit and other th'It
1 l not fermeniit .
Miss Blank looIed as if sh.e vishnied
dlie hadn't been & reckless, as ,to n-
dlertake a court in chemistry, but
she was gaine. The othept ptpil ,
who were awareliat she was not the

whole class, w(
ful. ,Sparring
slowly remove,
gum and loo
was syillathl
in the faces
Hler gaze w:i
,ie.k aund nlll
'il'ge t)pot thl
flashed into
said at la.t, in

aot rhna'ki ydol m ec-'-

it.ml o hmiiewimmg

1 1 i l gh3 in J

eveat. eel
dais 'I 'feu'uuie%

a way t.'Owll

[eal' that. hhe bmn k o11' o w
timei and wastm only. hol'lmn
IlI lels imi Luume ~ ii

C(, I mi rotm.scll i t u
Elm' tn cthatT#.!il
4 F r

AnsI 1111 1 1un m inmii
'[le thou)fgik. 0
time jitemi oI a. L';
pl'(Ifo'or tj fitrllc
to give the I mlhie ails,

to, Itnid im''le.l imILemestL
gold tpnedal'I was ofthu'
guI vvit ni ade thel, d
A C'sl~nitlt tee

dough makers,
on .the merits ou
by the pnpils.b
The bread w:
afternoon. In a lyIn
homes that day, therss
and brothers, turi broke
out into cold peen triey
beheld the fell g done in
the kitchens. Iy the com--
peting menmbel:s'in o in chenm-
istry took thel loaves t he school
ar.d exhibited them to the committee.
One girl arrived almost in tears.
Leaving home her little brother hadi
unfeelingly inquired:
."ley, Lii, where yer goiu' wid der
pavin' stone?"
It is related of another one of the
girls that she accidentally dropped
her loaf in front, of the school, and
there is much speculation as tj how
thi janitor will explain tmfthe prin-
cipal about the crack in tlhonient
The committee members knew
their business and Elq0 no chances.
There were no hiumnan ostriches
among them, and the, merits of the
different loaves were determined by
other means than oaiing. None
wer- there ftiund aniong the loaves
like mother used to make In some
of them the east had d clined to
leave its corner and !pix m up with
the flour. In others those east had
been so active that the rustt was
haviy;i a hard time of it Ildiizg it-
self on.-' But there wa 'ne loaf
amonng tlhel all that defi all criti-
cismi. The loaf had boenm xed and
kneaded and l aield I l ily E.
;amnue. It d t outof
a possible fotty pm1 11 The
mutdal. .
Thien a dartk muo ei a
(or Aged Coloredl .I A
girl who looked aAs ad lb",'et'

.img -"(O passions we Hie \'.tr;v;
weary of thekeyoke of sill," il a cl
vc. ut tlt hynn i v iti the 1re :,; i
"O i1. hear ns wleu wve cry to T'lo
for tilose in peril on the sea," i," i i-
vainablly snig at all service. on nis-
teniger ships, t]hoolgh it is l .(i on,: it:
ithel hy mnal spi cin lly TiI iint ftlr ii-,
onl land. A little boy, asked inl Sun.l
l:iv schoolel what hip w,,iul sinll ill
l'aven, replied: "Helre \ve s iadler
iet a.id pain"'! It is like the in, 'v-
Sylloung prison r'1halaP \wlio !< -
g a first zadidrss to a crowded jnl
ci regation in a ilisturbedi part. o
I'i id by saying, "I imi delgihtd tel
so ul all gathered here this irin-i-
in -Londomn Chronicle

If is but warfare, a fierce ad vast cam-
Let' good soldiers in our day, the kind that
T"lip alr l l....J t1:]t :,n n th mari:h sO .'iean. '
S r ril,' .Uit--Lit.ouac of rnht aitl.
lie bruim. of tatrle as bravely a ri m;

itei mlughinr cl I Alm- brihter aiJ

;;Ict',a iadfnv&st mark to gide sour
whi-VAnid tt '-)rid l--e tis C'm.oll s]oldiers that brar
Ille: rn~ For.ivht anll hlji.
CAT E ijt5 i [- L., 1~a1fr -. h'm'C simaketn itsplemdti:
jncr Vi
oma1.eI o~ iwa plirpn, v-Us efte hhonorable
-c~fl 4 -'d r Z hm8i only mnan a wcirth e.
dv it
zA U4;1

Y. aM chptr'.0

1B~S~ ts.e

tory of Hlow the t
Vi'1ractioe Was Secured
',`" r!JLt. 1301. byy leiah 6b~elton.

rople clubwomen, Indeed!
im to be. I'd like to see a
r Practical assistance given
struggling ma or woman!"
John a his betrothed
iher club and found
tha n waiting 15 minutes
or etup' Poor mn, he felt justi-
ed speaking harshly, for she, of
course; must know that heI was liable
to call! But his 'afflanced, thigh she
loved Dr. John, did not feel it hl duty
to encourage by unwise indulgent, his
"inherited tendency" to tyrannize over
her in small things. f
"Now, dear John," said his fiancee,
"your criticism' is uncalled for and un-
kind., Many of the women's clubs do
interest themselves in 'practical kind-
nessess' seeking work for the needy,
finding an opening for the man or wo-
man of talent. Were it not in the na-
ture of family matters Imluld prove it
by the works of our own club, the
Whensoevers. What an uncomfortable
mood you are in tonight, John!"
"Pshaw! But perhaps I am feeling
a bit off, for I'm utterly discouraged,
Marion. I wish that I had spent half
the time at an 'industrial' studying
mechanics that was wasted at Har-
vard, Berlin, Heidelberg and 'others
too numerous to mention,' as is said of
other unmarketables. A shovel holds
a market value; my 'learning' does not,
it seems.
"Now, dear, you are not only in a
pessimistic but also in a cruel mood.
You can succeed. I feel that success
is only deferred. Look at Dr. Hugh
Winthrop's success, both as a physi-
cian and bookmaker. Though today It
seems phenomenal, it was slow coming.
Brighten, up, my dear; the tide will
turn your way some dayl dd now let's
go for a walk and make our wedding
call upon Mamie and Joe."
During the call Marion and Mamie,
the talented and noble hearted presi-
dent of the Whensoevers, carried on an
earnest conversation. Now and then
their low but merry laIhter caused
two men to look across tl room with
aroused curiosity.
"By the way, Dr. John," said Mamie
when the callers arose to leave, "I am
coming .to your office tomorrow with
mamma. Nothing particular the mat-
ter, but she's always ailing, you know,
and'-a change of doctors helps her
"Thfv tide is turning. John. dear,"
said .Marion as they 4sr'olled :i ::v'.
Mrs. tason willprove a bonominiz:i .j.: u
mas both for you if you please ler.
Why within a mioth l~the will have
'talkeover to your oilie' more than a
score her frien.d0, who. Ike ihers'lf.


Th- pale faced woman listbucd eager-
ly aid w\ith a dawni;ng lhope that she.
too, might find tlhe long look( d for help.
Dail., morning and afternoon, fine
carrlagcs were seen before Dr. John's
office door, and finely dressed old la-
dies, young women with their children
and young girls In couples were seen
going into the "popular young doctor's,"
and not infrequently a kindly (disposed
father, husband or brother, having a
leisure hour, joined the waiting ranks
and hugely enjoyed it, and the inner of-
fice heard many a good story, and its
walls deadened many a merry laugh,
so that it should not reach the ears of.
the genuinee" without. .
The real patients followed the "false
lead" so rapidly that even pessimistic
Dr. John saw that an Easter wedding
would not be a "financial imprudence."

Grasping at a Snnbeam.
It's a common enough thing for chil-
dren to try to pick up sunbeams, but
tlo earncsttness with which this at-
tempt w as imn;!e by a small boy in an
elevated c;:r :-.tti:::'-(' the attention of
the otl r .sC,; .' 's.
"( vi.; .: v,'. ; sn:l." I:oy, ::nm ro:re
ti :an 21.;, y:;arjs 11 a;:nl sti:l i' dreesses.
i The s:!;.t ia the car were all taken,
Sand the snall boy stood up with his
'W 'i (.'ru:o Ito the car over one of


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Enjoy makrtg a fad of a good looin,
doctor with a foreign diploma nndl
manners sufficient to make him pre-
r sentalle at high teas."
1",arion, did you ask Mnmie to bring
her mother to me professionally?" ask-
ed Dr. John sternly.
"Postitivoly no." But she did not tell
him the plot she had concocted with
Mamie's help and which she expected
the club members to enter into with
Promptly at 9:30 the next morning
Mrs. Mason's elegant foctman was
opening her carriage door in front of
Dr. John's office, and she and her
daughter descended, and. after bin-
3tructing the coachman not to go out
of sight of the office, but to drive
slowly back and forth, Mamie very
deliberately ascended the steps, fol-
lowed by her mother. Mrs. Joe knew
that curious eyes would follow them
and speculate upon the probable num-
her of "swell patients" the new doctor
'hait upon'his books. .
While her unsuspecting.--having been
once a young woman., did she see
through the plan and become a silent
accomplice-mother was consulting Dr.
John In the Inner room the president
of the Whensoevers sat in the waiting
room, greeting with morr.y words her
fellow club workers, whose practical
philanthropy Dr. John Lad so bitterly
doubted. "Would lie be convinced, or
would he just be an old growly wowly
sort of fellow that would scowl and
refuse help?"
"It's great fun. isn't it? And will
quite impress the ueighborhopd, espe-
cially when Mine. lD"mnonte drives
up with her milk white ponies and her
natty tiger In the humble."
"I only hope that Dr. John will not
be angry at our friendly strategies.
There comes Mme. Dumonte now,
clothed in all her usual dignity and im-
pressive style, and here comes mamma.
1 must get her awhy before she sus-
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douitfulty bt :'ore the unknown in'.;.
',+., li,:ce is a i1 .:!;1 fa-cd strange
there. I'ut on your moat p'lofcssio na

:in,. .very Impostor has toen attend-d
to. iLet her nee tlat you iro a busy
L,;::,. with no time to wa.:lte. Call
', c, xl,' soleiuniy tilI aill the ,:r-s ha:.-<
tocn in to confratufiate you upon t!;
pale faced w-aiter. ( 0o.il any, doe air.
So you really think that I am eo uiuc.
let er that I n'odn't coi;;e ,o s,'.ii
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tl;a;rkf::lo-eiough that I hcr;'il of your
skillful trieitmnt in cals.cs like i::o."

the blinds a slender sunDocam, wlicid
fell din-onally downward across the
little fellow's dress, and when hi eye,
fell upon this le reached down and
carefully closed his hand over It an
hien raised his hand to hi,: face andl
opened his fingers. But there wasn'!
any stinbeam there.
The passengers who saw this were
as much interested in it all, in theli
way, as the small boy was in his, and;
presently they saw him try it agalni"
Looking down, lie saw the sunbeanm
still thern, ;nust where It had been be.-
f '.."; had tried to grasp t, an
.he made that effort again. 'i r
Reaching down, he closed his fingeri
around it once more, and once more he
raised his hand and opened it and'tlokl
ed inside for the sunbeam, ouce' lor
to find-nothing there.
Then taller bitildings cut off the ray
and the small boy's mind was diverted,
Into some other channel.-New Yor
The Nick In tbe Lapel.
You who have been wearing coatS *
and vests since childhood have per-'
haps never stopped to consider the nict
in the lapel. A controversy is now i~
progress on the other side of the AtJ
lantic as to how; this originated.- The
following ingenious explanation has at
length been offered:
It is said that when Napoleon first
felt the sway of ambition he tried td
imIlicate General Moreau in Piche-
gru's conspiracy. Moreau had beel
Napoleon's superior and was exceed
ingly popular, but under the circum-'
,stances, with the mnn of destiny lit
power, it was not safe to express pub-
licly symlpathy with Moreaj. .Ils ad-
mirers and supporters quietly agreed
to nick their coat lapels to show theli
fellowship, the outlines of the coatf.
after the nick was made, forming thd
letter M. Moreau was exiled by Na- '
Doleon and lived in Morrisville. Pa.
His Hair Stood on End.
"Up to tive years imzo," silid 9 proge
sector to ni St. Louis Republic reporter,
'I didn't btlieh(- in such a thing as a
man's hnir stan'ling on end." And
then the oll gemntleIUan told the story
of the fright that led him to chaugd
his mind:
"I was in the uiloundiins of Idahd .
with a friend. aniil we ran short of
fresh inpat, so onle dialy I took my gunr
and st:irted off alone. I went into d.
ravine and dwas uiaking my way along
a little brook when I c.nie suddenly
upon a ilueer sight. Not four feet id
front of me, In the full blade of thd'
sui lay four roniountain lions ilileep.
'"Fbr half a iminiue I thought th ,14
dead, but as I stood ta&,ria ;t1 .-'
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spot. I qoul40 .04
A, queer,' .j4,16 S
ankles Sar'x ,d .'t
lite rally felr P f
r"I stiod there tl6tibol plitW
minutes. ThIqp oneof the
ped his tall and, whfilngd, ti
followed his e.exanple. y." P
mystified them. A fewt second u i4 V
they turned abofit s8I -crept awayf''-.,
down the ravine, looking back stealth-i.'
ly two or three times to )ee me. .,.
*'When they were out of sight, I be*
gan to br'a'the gain. I didn't chre to .,-
hunt nny more that day. an made for
the camp at top speed. That was te
time" my hair stood -on end, and Iny
scalp was aore to the-touch for a week
A Careful Mother.
Tils- is a story one woman is never
tired.of felling of a mother whose child
had been I11 with scarlet ftver. She .
always emphasizes,the fact, too, that
the mother was possessed, upon ordi-
nary occasions, with good sense and
would be called a more than ordinarily
intelligent woman. She was, too, a
mope than oydinarily careful mother,'
and It was as an Illustration of thle.
that she told.the story of the care of '
her boy to the friend who now repeats
it. Not as muefi was known about,
sanitary conditions then as no*-, but
it was not in a time of primltive'lgno-
"I always believe ip taking the great ,
est care to pr'eetvcut agiouU :ti I alny
disease," said the mother, "and with
the fever I was extrabrdinartly care-
tul. Why. when the skin began to,
peel I rubbed the child dtwn with my
hands every day to remove every loose
fragment, let it fall intoua cldth, a
then I gathered It .up carefully
shook it out the window."
The listener to thal story laughed
then and'there, to the great surprise /
and indignation of the mother, and
laughs now at the ridiculous ignorance
of a woman vho claimed to have even
a vestige of common sense.-NeV.l0fLi
Times. .r
Macaroni Is taken from a Gree drt- '
vatlen which means "the blessed dead," *
in allusion to the ancient custom of eatP
Ing it at feasts for the dead.

Never begin a good natured talk with
a man who has just started a tire that
threatens to go out.-Atehliso OGlobe.


where it is hot all the year round

OScott's [Emulsion
sells better than any whereelse
in the world. `So don't stop taking
it insummerior you will IpseI
what you have gained.
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NorT.-It mast he reinmembnered that the
wind is not a wholly reliable motive pow-
ort and if the sailors sometimes find it irn-
Ooasilble to make schedule tine it must be
charged tothe elements; they do the best
ttey ean.

'the hchr. Cleopatra arrived from
Pensa"ola on Friiday last. and sailed
out again at notn, Tuesday.
The achr. Lucy H. Arrived from
Pensacola last Saturday morning and
after discharging St. Atndrews freight
went up North Bay to load with na-
val stores.
The steams tug Annie M. returned
Snuday from A .alachicola, where
she lind been to undergo inspection
anud incidentally to have her papers

Makes reg-lar tri s, between St. An-
dr tvs hBtv and PenIa ntlia: business coin-
filied strictly to t'eigght pad passenurer
work and local business solicited. Spe-
cial attention will ),e given to reccivi ig
and forwarding freight for all partiv,.
For further partic ilars apply to
N. W. P.TTS, Owner, Pittsburg, Fla.
I ''" *** **--~ --- ^ '"NI ...

,eaves St. Andrews tay every Tuesday,
leaves Pensacrrla every Friday,
(weather per rilting). Special atten-
tion will le given to receiving and
forwardini freight for narties living on
Eiiat and North Bay. rPasengers for
points on either arm of tIhe I -(. ca:i
depend upon sectlring p|rnill;,| I><-
portatinn at reasonalle ri ate. F r
further information apply It
L. M. WAsR Agr.


CA '. D. W1 Frim.LL..
carriess Ithe F.ast Day Mail litwecn S. .
Aillrewt Bay, Wetappo aid interndiii-
ale points. Leave St Andre"s dt ili
(except Sunday) at 6;0lj ni.; nri irc a't
Welappo at 1i:30 p. mn.; lea% e Wet.ippi.
at 1:00 p. in.; arrives at St. Andrews at
7:30 p. m. Makes Iaindliing-~ I-1.gul1 ii
liarrisun, Cromanfun, P.irker. ills-
lirg, and Faridale. Freight laaidedl nt
any postoffice wharf. For passenger Miaid
freight rates, see rate card in the sIcv-
eral pnotoffices.
D.AtII, M. WITrIIRILL. COllntr!c( t)r.

SA Week's Weather..
The following table gives tle maxi-
ruiim, minimum and mean tempera-
turos, the rainfall and direction of the
wind, for thq twunty-four hlitous .nding
*.- < & wr ,- tp m., a5 lndFcaie ci'by U.'S.
government self-registering thermom-
eters. MaxiMin. Mean. R'n W'd
June 5 85 64- 74 .0O) sw
S 6 86 64 75 .fl w\
j 89 67 78 ,.il w
90 i 73 .1111 n
9 9 t;5 73 .1I ,-,
1" 10 0iJ 6V ;3 .1111
1" I1 )9) 68 74 .01 s
For week. ..-- 6i6 I 7 I .('4 I

This signature ir on every I,or of the gern4ino
Laxative Bromo=Quinine Tablets
te reined.r th-t Eareu a coull lu one day


'arker Lodge No. 142

aR[egular ( onatianaimi-
,> Ucationi on t]he first
anld tOlilId Saturdll ay
in eaclh ianl )l ith.
S Viting Brothers,
W. u. PARKER, W. M.
W. A. EuIMoNs.Secretary

A Spraiened Ankle Quickly
"At one time I suffered from a severe
sprain of the ankle," says Geo. E. Cary.
editor of the Guide, Washington, Va
"A.fter using several well recornmended
medicines without success, I tried Chanm-
beriain's Pain :l:lm, and am pleased to
ay tliat relief came as soon as I began
its use and a complete cure sieLd.lily fol-
lowrd." Sold lrv L. M. Ware, St. Ani-
dliees and Ba.ahead and all medicine
dealers. -

in After Dnner Dnn eectch.
There Is no field of mental effort In
which success In Its most flattririni
form may be won quicker than on the
after dinner latforlm. Th'I man who
can amuse mnal Instrnut suel an audi-
ence, for Instani.e. as tli:t which as-
senibles each year at the New England
society dinnlir, ih-rhtlhps the most crit-
k'al in New' York. may awake to tiud
hitiself fatnoli,. A few hours ;Irfotre
Mlarnry W. I;rualy of Atlanta was to
sKpeak at the New England society's
dinner In IS8i a correspondent of a
southern newspaper asked him what
lie would aay. atad he replied:
"The'l Lord inl.vy knows. I have
M rlghit of 1.0X thlingys to say, 500 of
wlileli. I say they will murder me
wlhein, b ;:gt lack houe. and if I say the
tlher r )0 they will murder me at the
'l.1i ovntion whirlc the young, smooth
ficIrd so!tlitrtter, alruost unknown in
New York, rrevetyml at the dinner that
li:i:lt vi, Il tthe last ringlug sentence
at hiL sli~ .t-l- lhadl been spoken ever
L:sl I.l 'l equnh'ld otIi a similar occa-
nhlo1, mlati hl. lllow t.itizeua at home
tt11t.1 I w luMrsa lit the ralt in crowds
w';Il:nI: a 41i .'t li:;l otn o is. arrival as
hI- .'s;4:,..t..-..;.tn of t..i new sotth. H is
n:',a-,s rr; a Ioc- tl to. a national
I-i"...i;,,i t, i l jbce ruad ln a bound..
- A. 'ji: *' a l.:.lo .


-Fine strained houey, 25c ncr quart
at B. V Brook's,
-A good big Tablet for 8 cts and a
good thick school tablet with 175 leaves
for 10cts; all with handsome covers and
good, ruled paper, at the BuoY office.
-It's time to do your spring sewing,
How would it suit you to trade off that
old machine and get a new one? Ma-
chines from $25 up; guaranteed.
-Parker lodge No. 142 F. &A. M. will
meot in regular communication next
Saturday at 1 o'clock p. m. Visiting
Masons in good standing are invited to
pal ticipate.
-Our correspondents will ploas Dcearl
in mind that their favors must le mailed
early enough to reach us not later than
Monday evening;otherwise they cannot
apnear in the current issue.
-If you would like to see the news of
your neighborhood printed, hand in the
items to the Buoy. The editor will be
more than glad to receive and print
everything appropriate to be printed.
-Fdr a nice line of up-to-date spring
clothing try mel
Boys' suits from $1 up!
Men's suits from $3.50 alp!
Yours for good clothing and low prices.
-Since the item of last week an-
nouncing'the death of Harry Sheppard.
the Buoy has learned that he met his
death by being run over by an electric
car which he was waiting to take on a
,New Orleans street railway. i
-The Buoy has just received a big
invoice of cards, size No. 21,--2x3i
inches, in red, yellow, green and blue;
suitable for trade checks and can print
them for $1.75 per thousand, or 2,000
for $3 and guarantee satisfaction.
-Handsome letter heads with St
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either St.Andrews Bluff, or Buena Vista
Point, at 8c. per dozen; also map of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 15c. per dozen, at the
BUOY office
-The editor of the Buoy is indebted
to Mr. Jalius Rinn of Baltimore, Md.,
for an invitation to attend the com-
mencement exercises of the graduating
class of the Baltimore Law School,
which was held at Ford's Opera House
.in that city on the evening of June 6,
-It you are thinking ot buying prop-
erty in St. Andrews or immediate vi-
cinity, you cannot afford to purchase
until you have conferred with the pro-
prietor of the Buov. If you areshort of
money and want to buy on long time for
actual settlement you can be accomnmo-
-Call at L. M. Ware's stores, St.
Andrewsand Bayhead ndall medicine
dealers and get a free sample of Cham-
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
They are an elegant physic. They al-
so improve the appetite, strengthe-n
the digestion and regulate the liver
and bowels. They areeasy to take andl
and pleasant in effect.
-Manufacturers' Record: It is ri--
'ported that i. Philadelphia syni.licattr
has taken $1,500,000 in bonnd- in the in-
terest of the Dothan, Hartford & Flori-
da railroad, between Dothan and St.
Joseph, Fla., an estimated distance of
eight\' miles, and that tlhe road will be
L.instrlucted during tlie present year.
J. P. Pelbam of Dothani is o.le of the
-You have not gotten quite what
you need until you have one o; tilJOs
Boen's suits of tailor made clothl\:- foti
summer wear, They are proving \vry
popular with my trade. The prici.es
are right. I guarantee the materials,
the workmanship and the fit. What
more can you ask? Call and examine
them by sample book. Will suit you
with a suit. MARTIN G. POST.
-The Buoy takes pleasure in calling
the attention of its readers to the new
ad of G. M. Bacon, the Pecan King of
9eWitt, Ga. Mr. Bacon has made a
study of the pecan tree for years and
has achieved results that prove beyond
the shadow of a doubt that no better or
safer investment can be made than to
plant a pecan grove. We hope to be
favored by Mr. Bacon with ,an occas-

ional article upon the cultivation of
the pecan in the South.
--Summer is upon us, and almost the
first thought to suggest itself is, where
can a good dish of ice cr:am be had?
Fortunately the question is easily n-
swered, for 1. Goda d, at the Racket
Store, who is an expert manufacturer
of the delicacy, has received a supply
of ice from Pensacola and is prepared
to serve his patrons now, and hopes to
be abl e to meet all wants in this line
during the rest of the season. Give him
a call, then tell all your friends about
the excellent quality of his cream.
-The schooner Alexander Cook,
which arrived just after the Buoy went
to press last Wednesday, brought word
that the fishing smack Osprey, owned
by Wells & Saundersof Pensacola, was
driven ashore in St. Joseph Bay by
the storm of the 3d inst, and had
sustained quite serious injuries. Messrs
Maxon & Gwaltney returned with the
Cook sooner than they otherwise would
have done, in order to telegraph to the
owners of the accident to the Osprey.
-The regular annual meeting of the
tockholders of the St. Andrews Bay,
:hipley & Vernon Telephone Company 1
rill be held at the office of the compa I
ly in St. Andrew, at 2 o'clock p. m.,on.
he 24th inst., being the last Monday in I
une, as required by law, for the elec
ion of officers for the ensuing year and w
he transaction of such other business c
s may come before the meeting, A I
directors' meeting for making annual I
settlement will bo held the same day, It
I is important to the welfare of the I
company that these meeting be attend- t
d by all the stockholders who are in- I'
rested in the success of the enterprise. h
tests: W. A. EMMONS, Prae'. V
.lNO. R. THOMPSON, Scey.

The 1). 11F. & R. I.
Following is a Montgtnmory dis-
lpatch, dated Jnl nei 3, relative to the
Dotlhani, lai-:lord n & Florii Rail-
road: J. P. J'liham of Dotu is in
.the city today, having just returned
front Philad1lphia, where lie has
been to float tie bonds of the Dothan
& St. Joe road. e reports that the
botnds-$1,500,000--have been float-
ed and the road will be constructed
at once. It i, to run through Hen-
ry county, Ala., passing through
Chlipley, Fla.; and will bo about 80
miles long. It runs through a well-
timbered country. Old St. Joe was
ance a flourishing Florida city and
its magnificent harbor is the new
road's objective. Report identifies
Major Bradford Dunliam, recently
general maitr er ot the Plant system,
with tlhe p oject, but lie neither af-
firnas or ,,Idnies it.
'riie rE-lrt that the road will be
only 80 miles long, is evidently an
horror, for all former reports agree that
it will be 117 miles in length.

--The Buoy has
made an aarange-
Sment with a Pho-
o-Jewelry manu-
acturing compa-

enabled to give as
Sa premium to ev-
ery yearly cash subscriber to the Buoy
a handsome hand painted miniature
brooch of yourself or any one whose
likeness you desire, set in rolled-gold
mounting, that is exactly like solid gold
in appearand~~nd will last for years.

In order to get this nice premium y o
must send $1 for a year's subscription
to the Buoy and the photo you wish
have copied, and three two-cent sta
to forward the picture to the manu
turer and have it returned to y,
This offer is bnly good to those
comply with its termsafter the app
ance of this issue, and must be fo t
least one :; ar's subscription in ad v'
from the tiuhi the offer is acct i
These broochesire as handsome a y
lady need wish o wear. Sampll ol
them may be seenlabL~k~ uoy -
This offer may only remain
short time, so snd in your subser
and photo at ofce if 'you wish tit
the miniature. It will certainly
you. Any person sending in a b ao
five may retain 50 cents for their trou-
ble, and each subscriber can have one
of these ha dsolne brooches with then
own or stme friend's likeness. Slie-
itors wanted to wnoim sample 'ooXches
will be furnished and a liberal commis-
sion allowed. I

Saves T'r Fr' Deat L
"Our little -U'V. <^ l1
fatal attack ofA Vop s

'ory. Our I -

he, and T ottles afanteed by .
"Ae lnt'b tll 11 death!"r u
in ak)h hid%
Ijerle ct Is c l
lungt is die
Dico'They ignie It
earth. i for Coughs and
drugilsts. Trial e ottle. free.
A A Freiich Novel.
Ion-I adore her!a
Named wce--n idolize her!
"oHa. icn w a fererce to als y
"I hve, ldht t rill tains Cou e-
"Aye, t'rithps t ill death!"
"Let ns tll bcr!"
They tell her. f a ct ,
She says:an
"Let us die!"
They buy 6 ci times' worth s
They ignite it. grip,
They inhale it. F s
They all die. s.
Vive l'amoia-Jt C. Goddard''e t
Leave ofi Asence."
A r eood tUough Medicine.
It seaks well for Chamberlain's Coue
Remedy whsn druggists useit in their
own families i [pI-, fi:rence to ary other.
'I have old Chanrberlain,s Cough Rnee-
dy for tihe pst five years with complete
satisfaction to myself and customerss"

both for ordinary coughs and colds and
for the couglbllowing :a grippe, and
find it very efficacious. For sale by L.
all medicir e dealirs.
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lhery elaim that women are trying
to dominate the entire species," re-
marked Mr. Meekton.
s"Well, femininity is becoming very
aggress ive."
"It seems so. But when I am at
home and Henrietta Is out lecturing I
get my book of choice selections and
read The hand that rocks the cradle
Is the hand that rules the world.' and
then a feel perfectly content.rl-Wash-
Ington Star.

Where the Faultt I
These complaints of bad cooksD-have
you observedhat they all come from
elderly people- Children are given the
scraps around home, say nothing and
get fat The world Is all right; the
coolks are all right; IT's your stomach
that is out of ordkr.- Fotclso Globe.

Mr. nW. S. Whedon, cashier of the
eirst NationaBaenk of Winteriet, Iowa,
n a recent letter gives some experience
with a carpenter in his employ, that will
be of value to other mechanics. He s'tys
'I had a carpente working for me who
was obliged to stop work for several days
in account, of being troubled with diar-
ioea. I mentioned to him that I haid
ecn similarlv troubled and that CLam-
)erlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrxlhr:t
lomcdy had curdi me. H~e bought abo!<
loof it from the druggist here fdin-.
iir :,iJ me that one dose cured hf, ".*i
e it i'i ll] at work." lior sale bhyL. J1
Varc, St. Andrews .tnIIl l;:,>yl t.id ^ihl .tl!
leicc inie 1' l.i -.


Wbe fuu

Address of
Reading D
Music by

One Hundt

Tug of
Girls' Egg

the Fourth ot

e-W. I. Singletary-
tion of Independence
St. AndrewsString Band,
barbecue Dinner.
Andrews String Band'.
Yard Foot Race-Prize,
LciQair shoes.
ice-Prize, $4 cash.
-iace--I'rize, $2, cash.
Married Men vs. Single
ize, One box cigars.
Greased Pole-Prize, $3.
Race-Prize, parasol and

Cracker-Eating Contest-Prize, box of
StandingiJump-Prize, $1.50.
Running Jump-Prize. $2.
Catching Greased Pig-Prize, pig
Tyb Race-Prize, pocket knife.
Ugliest .A&n Present-Prize, looking-
Sj glass.
Twenty-fi f the Prettiest Girls pres-
ent w k be presented with a
leaf fan,
Older r eLCouple present-dress
YJungest Married -Couple present-
Sbroom and bottle of liniment.
S Dancing Day and Night.
Prizes Given to the Best Dancers.,
arbecued beef. pork and mutton, lem-
onade and ice-water, and all entries
to the Contests and Dances,
f Everybody invited.
JOEL FRATIt Secretary.

"Somethliig New

All doc
'ARKH by
e~. inhaler
Their pow
I.lbranes cau
l bleed. Th
inlialers h



llo' I

UirU the Snu."
tors have ty to cure CA-
the use of ers, acid gas-
rs a' .dr' paste form.
ilers'e, l'cttteous mem-
isinY/ ft1' ek ,open and
re po. ua.'l in the
ave enll un away the
bl)ran -ii imaken'-
d t pastes andl
canl i teas. Anl
p e nt et ulole \vho
ev yea -..'l'i:-lo0 itudL1
lty of the tre iente of CA-
sat last perfe led a Treac-
h when faithfully used, not
ves atonce, but permanently
rH, by ren.oving the cause,
lldschargees and cuirin," gall
It is the ouly rume;rl',
since that actually' reached,
3d 'parts. This wonderful
known as "SNUFFLES tlhe
BRiH CUR1'';," ad. i
ly low prace of Oiite
c~Eoitaiini~i inter-
"cAii ui li nlt, for
iite nt."it tve ,-
perfect, tas. i
cane pttltia!iC lits~ fo

-alin've H.P' FE-
,ettd often lead s
,NJUFFLES'" -1,[
lt un .- It i u,,
aecom11 ,ete I trat-
'-ely guaranteed to
iny form n(it stane. ;f
asl.-. the dia:cetions \whinc.
a,' h packae. Don't d, la
t once, and lwr-ite full
your condlitirnn, and
ecial l1. ie: f',n.m ,IIW
,ondcrul,-in'llidly ore-
Sout cost to nou
ice of "SNLTF-
U' Iress in the
.4 receipt of
NY, 2330 and
221.112 adelnhiat. C812
r of It.
~A 51~ wishing to put
hlq bihll, k or, as Dr. 'Wil-
hlisnle .7.viy, "to deposit
binm In a ca In open meet-
ing whether AIshop came to
the conference an car.
"Yes," th peertfIlly replied.
"Do you k a ease way ?"-Bos-
ten Christian Register.

A0 50

WANTED-Ladies and gentlemen to in-
trodutlihe "hottest" seller on earth.
)r. W lhit's Electric Comb, patented 1899.
Agents are coming money. Cures all
forms of scalp ailments, headaches, etc..
vet costs the same a4 an ordinary comb.
Send 50c in stamps for sample. D. N.
Rose, Gen. Mgr., Decatur, Ill. 2 3m

FoSale, at a Bargain!
The property known as the Preston Es-
tate, consisting of two houses and lots
and one vacant lot in the East End. Ti-
tle perfect and prices far below actual
value. For particulars apply at or ad-
dress the Bnoy, St. Andrews Bay, Fla.


East Bay Half a Mile West of
Martin's Bl idge.
At St.Antlrew.s Every Saturday,
ait MrIIS. C. Wells'.

A SeoellitIh L:icho.
The late SIw'L Ilt e'.s wns fond of
telling a siora:. Ihali rel.itel to an early
eng t llltI in tlll .:,:,\ v lwih was ar-
ranged l -ha as-ai- 'Ia nit Ii'h-
Otie i tlnl.- ,naI l. g,-rl e n
as nldiiii o Moirn!" oteud of'
tDrts' was J'i"[ down for
,.n '1T' (Ichor s (:0Iusists
s1 rhe Lou don ,i iii as
l-,c-ro that a saristactory
Il ,.itgagcd.
The&' towrl m:i'n w aas s,*rth-.' bur-
riedly., r1 l .ee\t was at first disin
cllned to n~ept. as otihr engalget ntrs
prevented L;nim I' r)n re i-ning Glasgow
in Tisle u'hou a ., :larsal witai, the choir
"Don't worry about than. my dear
sir," said the agent. "You will find

called for. When Il sohllst care te
the lines requju;,,;: an echo. he dcliv
ered them in his best iannaf r-"Al
whose bright presiince darkness fli'r-
away." Im:i.pin,.' bis horror \whet' the
ech repeated his words in the broad
est S. h'. -li:
"Flees awa', fles awa'!"
Yet Sims IRevevs avorr'd that not a
person in the audience suilhed or np
peared to see anything nllcolongrlnois
When be talked over the ;attler will,
a ballie after the concert, the good man
assured bim:
"That's nothing at all You were a
little waiong in your proniuncialion. and
the ec~ was correct. Yo s'e. it wn-
a Scottish echo."-Youtl's Companion
Tie t Best 1'rescriition tor Ma-
Chills and Fever is a bottle of Gaovx's
TASTELESS CIIILL TONIC. Iit is simply iron
ind quinine in a tasteless form. No cure
-no pa. Price 50e.
Fimh and the Alplh et.
Perhaps the funniest thing to be told
respecting the antiquity of fishing re-
lates to the holy wars which were
waged in ancient Egypt over the tinny
denizens of the water, the conflicts
arising from the circumstance that. as
often happened, one tribe would Insist
with the utmost irreverence upon eat-
ing up the fishes which the.inhabitants
of an adjoining territory held in divine
The child of today, in learning his al-
phabet, calls the letters by their names
simply because the ancient Phoenicians
were pleased to make similar figures
the symbols of certain sounds, and it is
thought very likely that the Phoeni-
clans have been driven to invent that
alphabet by the necessity of corre-
sponding with peoples of various
tonguelincidentally to the great com-
merce which grew out of the fishery.

The letter "p" Is like a selfish friend.
the first In pity, but the last in help.-
Chicago News.

A Terrible Exoloslon
"Of Bgasoline stove burned a lady
here frightfully," writes N. E. Palmer
of Kirkman, Iowa. "The best doctors
couldn't heal the running sore that fol-
lowed, but Bucklen's Arnica Salve en-
tirely cured her." Infallible for cuts,
corns sores, boils, bruises, skin diseas-
es and piles. 25c at all drug stores.
WANr D.--Capable, reliable person in
every county to represent large company
of s. lid financial cl|iit-tiln; .'i3: i salary
percear, payable weekly; $3 per day ab-
solutely sure and all expenses; straight,
bona-fide, dc finit.. salary, no commission;
salary paid each Saturday anid Cxpnse
money advanced each week. ST.VI)ALDa
lln .., u T n ilorn st... i. ( a r lll.

She Gnve ncrse rsol A y.
Turl'o I)Davis was oiie Uray In his pri
vale otlice when he was president ot
the senate and acting vice presid-nt
A woman cmne into the rooan to see
him. ie turned and said, "Well, mad
am. what can I do for you?" She wa.
neatly (Ires<-rd i blnc(k. with an air ot
Jj|jo#o?"erty. She told a wretched
tArp sorrow and suffering. winding
up with the climax that she and her
little family were aU'ruilly starving and
had not tasted food for two days. The
judge seemed deeply solved. He ex
caused himself for not attending to the
case for the moment, as the senate was
nearly ready to open.
He looked at his watch with an air
of vexation, as if it were not going.
and sali" "Can any one tell me what
time it Ts?" His visitor pulled out a
gold watch and told him the time. The
judge said. "Can it be true that your
children have been without food for
two days when you have a gold watch
In the house?" The woman saw the
point of the judge's question and called
out, "Yo. are a hateful old thing!" and
flounced out of the room. She was a
professional dead beat.

xou Know What You Are Tak
: ing.
Wher you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic because the formula is plainly
printed on every bottle showing that it is
simply on and Quinine in a tasteless
form. No Cure, No Pay. Price 50c.


The property known as the Mrs. Post
place-Six and one-holf acres with good
house and out-buildings, about three-
fourths of a mile east of St. Andrews
postofflce is offered for sale at a great bar-
gain if taken in the next sixty days.
For particulars apply or address the Buoy.


Corner of Bayview and Wyomine Avenues on Bay Front.
Glassware. Tinware and Notions!
What you can't find at any other Sto(re, conic to tlhe R A C K E f
STORE and get.

Hot Meals at All Hours of the Dav.
ni11;]1: '.*..* Cup of Coffee, 5 Cts.' 4$ Cup of Tea, 5 C1..,,llnjiil;,illllIII

Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes, Specialties.
1. GODAIRD, P'ropriteto.
IIUI-L--~pLI_~dP_ _


General Merchandise!


Cooking and Heating Stoves!

Sewing Machines and Needles!

Pumps, Furniture, Etc.

A Full Line of Undertaker's Sup-

plics and Burial Caskets!



PESACOLA, Fla, Opposite Waiting "oom of Union Depot,
Is the Piace for Passengers Coingto and from

Rooms Comfortable! Terms Reasonable!

The I
SImperial Gas Lamp
Covered by U. S. Patents.
Admittedly the BEST light on the market and
the most economical.
The Imperial burns common stove gasoline and gives a
100 candle power eight at a cost of one
cent per day.
One Gallon will burn 60 hours.
The needle keeps the burner clean, so it will not clog, and
the generating tube being in center of flame, insures a light
that will not go out. There is no odor, no smoke and no
flicker. The light can. be raised or turned down just as with
a gas jet or lamp. THE IMrIRIAL is the most perfect light
on the market and everything pertaning to it is the best to

S U not sold in your town write us for catalogue.
132-134 Lake Street, CHICAGO, ILLi




My Nurseries are planted with Nuts grown from MY OWN GROVES, Should
you want a SPE ULATI ON that is
every time, Plant A PECAN GROVE. It doubles up every year.
I purchased land for $3.50 and planted Pecans in 1888. Sold it in
1895 for $ I 00 00 per acre. In 1897 owner refused S200.00
per acre. Is worth 1 0 0 0 0 0 per acre now!
If you desire a secure T "EST MNT


P. O.

nl 1790u 'enusylvania had a colored
population of 10,274.
The first royal speech transmitted by '
telegraph was that delivered by the
late Queen Victoria when she opened
parliament on Nov. 15. 1837. The speed
of transmission was 55 words a uin-

Hard \ ;rk.
Employer-What's the matter with
Muddlled Clerk-Tired; tha'sh all.
"Tired, eh?"
"YPsh; I been working like a horse."
"Ah, I seet Carrying a load, ch'"-
Philadelphia l hco:d.




i. F. BRACKiN & SON.
------~ C 0 S -A3 S- STO IE ----

ICASHK Notions, Hardware, PROSPERITY
44 is SHIP CHANDLERY, C an n o t

SKINCO! Nets and Seines, ON CREDIT!
MAIL ODES | All Goods SI-T

Samples Sent o At Any Postoffice Wharf Ask to See ,
Samples!cation. on Uthe Ba! $125 Shoe!
Application. on the Sal f9$125 Shoe!
WMs M! AQQ1tisswsAr1% toe!ssss

Uents' Furnishing Goods L'
and Clothing! S 9 LADIES


Woolsey's Best Copper Paint!

Agents for P"erkins' Wind Mill,


._ I 3 In

Thursday, June 13, 1901.


uf gar, 11 t, 'l'ea,
Granulated ... 7 lHe No ...... 5
Cotlee, A..... Gunpowder.. 4
Lt, b n.... 6 Untcol'd Jap.40-t
,if'ee, Cond milk, v ca
Greeu.... 12@20 Unsweetn'ua.10
Arblucile,lb 12-15 Sweetened..... 1
iisnger snaps 31b 25 Baking powder
packers, soda. 10 Royal ........ 5.
iroiacco, piug 20a60 Canmphell ...... 1
.laisi ns Canned fruit
Londonlayers.8-15 Peaches.... 10a2
V alencia. ..... 8 .'om toes .... Sal
tic.( ....... 6* Apples........ .
Apples P'ears ..... .. 1
Evaporated... 1 Plums .........
Dried Peaches 8 Apricot...... 111-2
Scoal Oil prga .... 15 Strawberries... 2
Gasoline O .... -20 Pineapple ...10-2
lo idia Syru'p... 30 j- C ned Meats
iY/ .. I .00 Roast Beef.... 1
loney ....C...or Bee'.....
liuegar ........ 30' Corned Beef... I
eese pr lb .... 15 Chipped BeeflO-2'
Butter...... 25-30 Lobster.......
rd... ...8-10 Salmon....... I
eaus r ... .... 4 COnned Vegetables
Socoleatat p" ... 10 Baked Beans... I
tinit Plddilne ". 10 Corn ...... .10@ 1
felly, glts. 10a12/2 P1eas ........... I
illie l Juice'..... 4 I'anpkil ......
E ggsp)er do ,..,. 1 "2.
fi.urt Pork .
A.,n'nSwai l.2.25 D. S. pr It ......7
a YI r R, ,/. ) o B ,'
Majestic .... 2.75 Bacon Sides ....8
Corn Mc~i ptrluGO670 resih ...... 81
Mat Meal pr lb ... 5 Br'kf'sticLoII. II
Corn"pe .... i.i0-o0 Ham canvassedl2
ortesr I edShlouldcrs ..... 10
L isi .. ... 1 00 Beef
Earlv l'se seed 1.20 Corned..........
Sweet. 75@80 Fresh., .....8at1
ta1, pr sack -. .00 l ried
Swet...T' I and NT.
able ........ 5 Milk pr qt ...... 10
Nt'ls, tPr it,4t!1a5. Ax,with handle. .7
Galv ,wire do.6aj Hoes, each.... 35a5(
Manillt rope... )9tl2ClPpe' pAil t,c ci ..
; toves cook,..$ a2 Linseed oi, gai,155@
Pipe, per jo int
S rints, per yd. .5a8 Checks .......5a&5
qhleetinlgs. ) Flann ...... 15a4
Musli... 9all read per spool.
csall......15a45 Shoes, ladies.$ta27
lcans. ...... 4 e 40a3a00
Extra paUl s pat 225 Mell's... $1 40a30l
Hay pr cwt..75a1l.u5 Oats pr hu.. .... 5
rau......... 1.25 Brick pr M..... 13.0(
Rope Sital .....7#@9 Lime pr l...... 75
R, RU it' amnd NUTS.
O-ragples pr doz.. Pecans pr lh..i ... 15
.. WalIuts ....... 20
Apples.......35 lmond....... 15
1 emon ..... l d .
O SY' 81 lis
a. ~llelI prl,0l00 1.50 Openied pr qt .. 15e
usrse'. "$30;101o Cow,....... $154a.25
M ,les. ... $50a$100 Hogs .....$3to$4
gir yoke $30 Shelep.... . ...
" 'OUI;IY ,
k l 15aC5 Geese ccit:' 45a.10
r |'ark!a .. :i' . ,., .00 l)ueks .. ....: 15a52()
.. k y.. . .....0 .0 DulkS.. .. e k

S M ullet Cr, d -oz ".' c N'lullict ir 1,111 1.5,1
o .......... 25 Trout.... 4.. 11n
"" ruit .,) ,r i.M .. 6' p ,,ackit.d Ie.lili
... ... I~l) M:,ckciii ..l .t)11
._UMii[L .

84.49, .. I'.10,
"Ilnm' p sidiiug,
Hearl face Will 14.041
' Sub 0;m)
[lu'm' 1st s i .1.1
g1.ap I1.50gl'i, 2..)0
Sanp .)


Face 12.011
Sap .
CI'. pl it .1111

Bolat I 1111mutut
dIresed ..$2IN

' Th'erc is more c.li.arrh inl tis -ecti,.l ul
the counlrv t(han all other diseses put
together, and until the lals few years was.
sunposed to be inurahule. For a gIreat
,M uIa yoars doctors pronounced it a local
disease. and prescneiI.,d ,local remedies,
nd liv consatritly failing to cure with
local trenltmern', p.rolnoiuned it incurable.
Science has proven catarrh to 6e a coil-
stitutional disease, and, threrore re,-
q lires constitutioial treiatmini-i. tall's
Ctarrh Cure, auanufactured by F. J.
Cilceey & Co., Toledo, Obhio, is the only
constitutional cure on the market. It is
taken internally in doses.frpm ten drops
to a teashioontul. It acts directly on the
ilood and mucous surfaces of the system.
They offer oue hundred dollars for ,-" '
case it fails to cure. Send for -hirculars
and testimonials. Address, J. F. CHE-
NEY& Co., PrQps.,,,ol.edo,.
Sold )y druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.

The Rexsin Eaters.
"Resin eating," snid a south Georgia
doctor,-"ls a habit acquired by the
Cracler settlers who live in the neigh-
.-orhood of a turpentine still. The resin
:t~y use isn't the hard, shiny resin of
'commerce,, but has been dipped out of
the cooking caldron at an early stage
of the process, and when it cools It can
be kneaded between the fingers like
wax. The backwoods resin eater will
bite off an Immense chunk and chew it
placidly until it disappears. The heat
of the mouth keeps It fairly soft, but if
the chewing becomes too deliberate It
Is apt to 'set,' as they say. and cement
the victim's jaws together in a grip of
"On one occasion a big, rawboned
backwoodsman who used to hang
around a still I operated came rushing
Into my little office, clutching his face
In both hapds and making a horrible
gurgling noise in his throat. 'What on
earth is the matter?' I asked In alarm.
'His rosum's sot.' said another Crack-
er, who brought up the rear. I was non-
plused at first, but finally grasped the
fact that the man had been chewing a
monstrous slab of resin and had
thoughtlessly suspended operations
long enough to allow it to solidify and
clamp his teeth like a vice. We finally
pried his mouth open with a chisel and
broke a couple (9 molars In the opera-
tion. Next day I saw him chewing

To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggsits refund the money if it
fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signa-
ture on ev'ry box. 25c.


L Of July Fourtli, 1901, at Farmn
0 dale.
Forty-Four Guns at Sunrise.
SParade of Citizens under Direction.(
o Marshal Willis Jones, Assisted by
O A Allen and P. Guderian.
S Rally Round the Grand Stand,
0 Reading of the Declaration of Inde
5 pendence, by John A. Lyle.
0 Four Guns.
0 Music.
0 Addresses by lion. Joseph Stone an
5 12 o'clock-Basket Dinner.
0 There will be Four Classes in the Boa
5 Races.
1st Class-Piizo, $5. 2d Class -Prize,$3
i0 3d Class-Prize. $2. 4th Class,
5 Prize, $1.
0 All boats may enter free-there will b
no entrance fee.
Prizes for Sack Race, Swimming Race
and Rowing Race in Rapid Suc-
I cession.
At Dark there will be a Torohligh
Drill and Fireworks from Row
S Boats on tlhe Bay, to wind up
) 'with a Pitched Battle.
A fort will be built on a flat-boat, to bc
blown upduring the battle.
, Preparation will be made for Dancing
Both Diay and Night.
Ice Cream, Lemonade, Milk Shake and
Refreshments of All Kinds will )be
on the Grounds the Entire Day,
Tssued by I. Godard & Co.
W. F. WN-VODFORD, Gen'l Mgr.
Come everybody and let us have a
good old-fashioned time.
Miss Florence Newman, who has beer
a great suffer from muscular rheuina.
til i, says (Camlnberlain's Pain Balm is
Sthe only remedy that affords her relief.
Miss Newman is a much respected resi-
/ dent of the village of Giay, N. Y., and
makes this statement for the benefit ol
others similarly afflicted. This lini:'ent
is for s. le by L. M. Ware, St aiidrews
[.ad lavhead and all w. dicine .te aiers.

Special Reiort to the Buoy.
A .lew words with tiLe readelrsyof
,thlo Buoy as to' preparation being
inadel for tlie celebru tioin at FA arnihale
)ln Ilie Fouilth l .)Inl.y.
TL'he prln R IIm nill .ie r.i iiedl out lto
hlie I-t 'er, wii t vtwo new odldi'tluns
'I'liei, uill l,e a 1t 1ut I ili on u tia t-
b 'at, whjie!i wil- Lbo iblownll up in the
I I 16 1
bathaliiof the s'!ila plants.
Quilite althclt'r featucrU wlVic}, will
be added It the tuic hlighlht procehsiul,
will by sky-i.uckets, Il)bus, Roman
ci;all Cie, etc.
HoIi. J. D. I'll rong ,f WVenahitcl,'-.
ka l hia plrUin. iscl Ii tIe otne ol the ora-
tuior of i tle ay.
S'if Ui. J..sipli hSi't, e i.s coliniig, aint will liring a big crowd
frioni the upj'i.el' e'd of the ouunty. *
Ablut iall o0i the people of We.
wablitcika w ill be ihereu'and several
I'rl"i l A p.-,lacilicula. '
We will uiinldtbtedly have the big-
gest turnolit thalt has' ever beqn onl
:hie lay ion any occasion.
le general cunimmittee requests all
boat owners to bring their sail and
.row boats; 's -tley are doing all they
can to have at least forty boats in
the sailing race and want fifty small
-hoats fur the battle at night.
There is no scene that can coin-
pare in magnificence with thirty or-
forty sail boats all in a race togetiaer,
and is something that every boat
owner ought to take an interest in
and turn out on this special occasion.
**9 -----
Ladies Can Wear Shoes
one size smaller after using Allen's
Foot-Ease, a powder to be shaken into
che shoes It makes tight or new shoes
feel easy; gives instant relief to corns
and bunions. It's the greatest com-
fort discovery of the age. Cures and
prevents swollen, hot, aching feet. Al-
len's Foot-Ease is a certain cure for
sweating, hot, aching feet. At all
druggists and shoe stores, 25c. Trial

package FREE by mail. Address Al-
len S. Olmsted. Le Roy, N. Y.
Cheered by It.
"You are sure you can support my
daughter in the style to which she has
been accustomed?" asked the heavy fa-
"Sure," answered our hero, with the
assurance of youth.
"Well, I'm glad to bear it It's more
than I can afford any longer."-Indian-
apolls Press. 2
Seven Vears in Bed.
"Will wonders ever ceas?" inquire
the friends of Mrs. L. Pease, of Law-
rence, Kau. They knew she had been
unable to leave .er bed in seven years
on account of kidney and liver trouble,
nervous prostration and general debili-
ty; but "three bottlds of Electric Bit-
ters enabled me to walk," she writes,
"and in three months I felt like o now
person'" Women suffering from head-
ache, backache, nervousness, sleepless-
ness, melancholy, fainting and dizzy
spells will find it a priceless blessing.
Try it. Satatisfaction uaranteed by all
druggists. Onluy '\Oc.

and upright men.
This remedy is in no sense a notim
but is a specific for this disease only,
and is so skillfully devised d prepar-
ed that it is thoroughly soluble and
pleasant to the taste, so that it can be
given in a cup of tea or coffee without
the knowledge of the person taking, it.
Thousands of Drunkards have cured
themselves with this priceless remedy,
and as many more have been cured and
made temperate men by having the
"CURE" administered by loving friends
and relatives without their knowledge
in coffee or tea, and believe today that
they discontinued drinking of their own
free will. Do NOT WAIT. Do not be
deluded by apparent and misleading
"improvement." Drive out the disease
at once and for all time. The "HOME
GOLD CURE" is sold at the extremely
low price of One Dollar, thus placing
within reach of everybody a treatment
more effectual than others costing from
$25 to $50. Full directions accompany
each package. Special advice by skilled
physicians when requested without ex-
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of the world on receipt of One DoTfar.
Address Dept. I, EDWIN B. GILES &
COMPANY, 2330 and 2332 Market
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All correspondence strictly confi-
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It Bring* Her, Etc.
"What do you do when your #fe
gets sulky and refuses to talk to you?"
"Why, 1 begin to praise Mrs. All-
good. across the street, or some other
woman I know she detests."
"And that brings her, eh'"
"Yes. it brings her and sometimes ev-
erything throwable that happens to be
in her reach too."-Salt \Lake City

There cannot live a more &gapp,
creature than an ill natured o
who is neither capable of re
pleasures nor sensible of givi
to others.-Sir W. Temple.

Sopcial report to the Buov.
Mrs. E. Palmer spent a few da:
at Harrison this week, the guest
her .daugh li'r.
Mlr. and M>,s. O. C. Parker ha;
moved into their home. %
The combination church *,
school house is now under prodess
construction, aiii it is to lie lip,
will he completed in time ior t I
school whiic is expected to COtillllell(
as usual, the first iMonday iI July.
'['he Achr; Hempsteat en tne in la i
Friday loaded with East Bay ieigh
Richard Mundy, captain.
. Prof. G. H. Bo)utelle is home troi
DeFuniak school for the summer vt
cation. and the youi:g people ai
of glad, as it adds one more desirabi
member to their sailing parties an
pleasure trips. -
C- Miss Ada Fraylor is also hom
trom DeFuniak scho leave, soon, to teach neat Cyflre,
SCreek. "
Capt. R. E. Palner with his slooe
Susie B, and L. Folks, left for Pun
sacola last week, Tuesday and ex
pects to be gone a week or two.
3. Miss Grace Day of Cromanton
left on the Cleopatra on the 3d inst,
for a trip to Louisiana. She goes t
spend a couple of months visiting ai
e uncle and family. Mrs. Day wil
stay with her daughter, Mrs. L. 1M
t Ware, u hiring that tine.
Mr. antl Mrs. Leathe of Wcwa
hliclika, aie spending a few days or
the bay, and so favorably imi1nhe
j are they with the bay country, that
They may possibly purchase a sum
mer home here.
S Mrs. PJortis. formerly of this place
,nowt ot Mississiippi has gone entirely
blind. She has the sympathy (ihel
many friends here.
S Mrs. Ed. Pratt, of Minr.eota
daughter-in-law of L. H. Pratt of, Sea
View, who, with her husband visitedl
the bay a little more than a year ago,
ls ied of culloinmptiion a few week?
'I'li Siiund y sch,,,l pieiciic hel 41
SPaillcr's GIovC last SatIurlay ywas a
Success. The McCoinell uuniila'
hchl',Il w ias in al teiiitanct. The Miss,
es Belle and Hattie Pratt of Sea
View weru present..: Mnlss "i' ati
was organist ai(L elt the singing auld
al.Ho rendered a.liw solps and. So ita 1
-tiunienital mnic;, whlicl., wanft
Art excellent inlpper was werj,0-Eif'l
hirtle pieoptle a 0,mu0,,l thewst1 ." "1h'iOV
.xinrgin an(l oiiher gairnis.
E. Mtli.her 1,f Croiiiantod.
file picniic last Sat ur iiay."
ith I
I*THE BHO E49qtq ,
An Ingenious.- Tetmei t by',
Drunkards absija Etred Bay,
SSpit 'aro selv..
No Noxio.Xn i rD'tiuk. ;No 'VtFJc-
eniimgolthe3S4 r'vtis. A Plea. Rant .Iat1 Positive Cure tiQr '"
tln ILiquul UHabit.
It is now generally kriown and under-
stood that drunkenness is a disease&and
not weakness. A body tilled with poi-
son, and nerves completely shatt1:r4*
by periodical or constant use of intoxi-
cating liquors, requires ar antidote ca-
pable of neutralizing and eradicating
this poison,. and destroy ing the craving.
for intoxicants. Sufferers may. now
cure themselves at home without pub-
licity or loss of time from business by
this wonderful 'qOME GOLD CURE,"
which has been perfected afterr maiiy
years of close study and treatment of
inebriates. The faithful use accor ind
to directions of this wonderful dis ce-
ry is positively guaranteed to cure the
most obstinate case, no matter how
hard a drinker. Our records show the
marvelous transformation of thousands
of Drunkards into sober, industrious

Building Material.
r-dow and Fancy Glass a
Specialty. P

Is the Place to Buy

Clothing and Gents'
Furnishing Goods
At Rock Bottom Prices~t
At his Store may also he fonnd,Con-
stantly on Hand, a Full Line' of
General Merchandise
A Tin Sh
Run in connection with thi af-
fortA ample opportunity a
Repairing of All Kinds of re
Here are .mnanufacto
Sheet Iron Box Heatin
Which are so *eser
A call at B. V, Br 1
convince-all perso
ness of his goods a
1 ces. .

A kersona
J. A. Bennett took ontIV
s Cleopatra, Tuetdlay fif ala.
f Miss Grace Day orfl n was
aloutgoin a Cleo:
e pHat1rt r iatle to oves ill

The Torture Of, 4 Pla
1 T'e most tp.vi1'g ordeal' Bo0ket
I T1h.. iTt forct'e ure as
a Azii vc boy was the w, a flax
shirt. In his al.toblogr{ P From
S Hlvery." he say's:
"In the portion of Virgina where I
lived it wns conmon to use li-e part
of the cloihlng for slaves. 't part
Sof tile flax from which our' thing
was nuide was largely th fiUse,
whicl: of course was the che and
roughest part. I can scare glne
any torture except perhaps the ling.
of a too1h tbalts equal to that used
,by pullingg on a unew. flax shirt frthe
first time. It is almost equal t, the
tf':c!.:ng l tt one would experience l f he
h:dl n d(o('zeo ( luore cheostlnut bursjor a
hundred small pin points in contact
wiilh the fleshi. Even to this day I can
recanl necur.telyi tie tortures that I un-
ilerwa-nt on'ltO., 'u;linim on one of these
,:ari.l'ts.. T 'i'i:e fn, i {lint my flesh was
,oft ani te';':ip r a(nid to the pain. But
I ha)d n) c(I'hice. I hI:l to wear the flax
.rirt or noPrc", and la!d it been left to
ne to cl:,r-,t 1 si;:i)uhl hLave chosen to
O',eil 'ni ('';,*(!tii'c .
"In c:,,''in:ic:: : wi:th the flax shirt my
roniher .i(dn), v,wTh is se (,'r:]' old-,
"'r tln I ;'. : ','l'.rlor 'lcd c the
ic,si t ,;:"-'(".'*i i:1('~c t ;ih:'l I eI'OVe of
n,,,, ,'; r,'lI;;' ve (I' )in fc I.r anotu1 r.
ai:) :.(, ; 't:;! o:'..io; s \w-),! *I was being
.'Wrc'(l io I v;! ;I ai.,w f2!:'x :iil't he gen-
V',.!ny :,:ro!( d to pu't it oil in my stead
.atnd v':: it rc s\ev',; ll c ays till it was
,,rolki, in.' Until I iildl grown to be
:;lit ,, (;::;th this single garment was
o;! thatI w re.''."

A Woindertui Invention.
They cure dandruff, lihir-falling, head-
achie, etc., yet costs the same as an ordi-
nary coml)-Dr. White's Electric Comb.
The only patently Comb in the world.
People everywhere has beepitroduc-
ed, are wild with delight. you simply
comb your hlir each day an I he comb.l
does the rest. Ti''; wolderftil comb
simply uinbreakalhe anid is mI so tht
it is absolutely in'os ible to break -cut
the hair. Sold oait fiten guar-.e to
give perfect satli .'.I n' in ev"rt ect.
Send stamps fo' -on adi s" I
Gaints' size -35c'.Li n ani ,
aar.ted e leryvu due. ;thiC
tidl. ellss i f's
uitllh [cCess. (e *rantn
per.) Ad res c .-i. ?itOSE, 'q
D c.ilaur,l I1. '



Black Hair

ave . A
for e years and am g;.eaui,
Pleased with it. It certainly re.
stores the original cotor'to gray
hair. It keeps myhair st;"- Mirs.
Helen Kilkenny, New Portland, Me.
Ayer's Hair Vigor has
been restoring color to
gray hair for fifty years,
and' it never fails to do
this work, either.
You can rely upon it
for stopping your hair
from falling, for keeping 1
your scalp clean, and for
making your hair grow.
$1.00 a bottle. All druggists.
If your druggist cannot Wply you,7
send us one dollar and we express
you a bottle. Be sure and give the name
of your nearest express office. Address, f
J. C. AYER CO., Lowell, Mass. E

Three Kings Before Victoria.
Victoria ascended the throne at an in-
auscpicous moment. Kingship had tf'l-
en Into a miserable disrepute. Tli
last tiree ninarclis who had sat -;,,-':
our throne had done little to rL:a,o
their office easy or glorious. G(.orge II
had obscured whatever virtues wer\'
hia by'an obstunacy of opinlo whlicl
lost us a vast colony and which tmi:;l
well have enslaved' u to foreci: ,
George IV had diedl nwept and tin-
Pitied. As he had made his distin-
guished office a soutind.!. as he >lad
made his throne ridiculous by a dip!'r
able levity of taste and'1 conti(t. 0so h
had forfeited the a"fi',ctic(n of his p o
ple and n lihcnnted tl'hir symupal!ly i ai,
before dC(fath ovelrtoi k hl T!'r"
never was :n; ind1i'iti;':l. in )r'o ,
The Tiin 's lbui; t a i f w' w.ckc :l'[s(.'r :..
deajd l, ieas l'cgf.'i tc ),y his foil)%,.
it'. es' thai; this (h'c:'c ,is'd k<
X,;at eye bs 'wept for lnii ? \\''L
heat has i 'ired oie, thiii, o ulf e(
'- y Kso-r T'?" A :m '' : <. T.
pr(,o wi in those )itler w ls nJthin;-
}ess thau the pop,:lnr Jlug..)' ait.
Nor carl it he sild that V.'illi;iiu I1'
ra t the throne lif ltb t:in.,/. Lo :i
for homely Virtucs. L/4a!sed ia
l Ih kindly contemn t l y his Ia(l-
of and h frah misunder
staz gof kingly 'rt Toial. C(n thie
e e eeaped from
ound throwing
%wd in a back
acquire the
should be the,




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Thoughts on Marriage. No. 21
A little girl In Ireland tas asked Daily.
what was the sacrament of matrimony. 11:55 p.m.
12:15 u't.
She said, "It's a state of torment into 12:20
which souls enter to prepare them for 12:23 "
another and a better world." "That," 12:35 "
said the curate, "is purgatory. Put her 12:39 '"
down to the bottom of the class." 1250 "
"Leave her alone," said the parish 12:58 "
priest. "For anything you 3 I know i :30 a. m.
to the contrary, she may be perfectly 1:55
right." 2:20
"Courting," said an Irishman, "Is like 3:00
dying. Sure, a man must do it for him- ':23 "
self."-E. J. Hardy's "Concerning Ma'r- 4:04' "
riage." 4:18 "
4:4C "
Didn't Mairofor Money. 5:00 ''
The Bostoi man who lately married 5:08 "
a sivkly rich young woman, is hapry 5:33 "
rnw ;for he got Dr. Kinkm Ni'w Tif, C:(0 "
pills. which restored her to peflu'et 6:31 "
health. infallible for jaundice. bil- 7:00 "
ioli a-.ii:lari. fov(r and agie., and 7: "
all liL"r ~l stomach troubles. Gentle 7:40
but effect le. Only 25c at all drug 7:58
stores.' ':l a nm.

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Thi; a tt. e latest :I1(I niost complete
a lln[l n. iaw for working, plants in the1 ga;ri' n. It
l .-.atlj usL;tl)le; tihe weiglit the block to
Swhrictli the blado is attllachd kWeps it in the
i' Von id, iid tho doltli ofr plowing is regulated
iV by iiftin, the handles \A 1,by or girl of ten
S \ :l's can halldlet wi wih ertfct c'I ease. It has ai
-in :h stool whool, the heig-ht of which makes
Slhe plov light of draft. It has live blades; 1 is
t''' ur\ninig nmolhl, 2 a shovel, :i a sweepor weoding
t blade. I ;i butll-tonI,'ue. 5 a rake. Wrench
with each plowv.
r,,Vv with \V e manidV o ni lartrangoollts by
t, v- t w .lich xi e c fan tlurnlish this plow ati
.. " thu factory prico, f',i.76, with

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fr -'_ lt ho St. And'' I i a lout '2 i'tt ratn in te plty del'ie'i'-'-
to piy f.i. it.
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Old-we are crowin! old,
Going on through a beautiful road,
Finding earth a l'lmre blrsced abode,
Nobler work by our 1andis to lie wrou ,
Freer paths for r or hpe and our thoul
Because of the hlaunty te years unfold
\We are cheerfully igrui tlg old! "u
Old-we are .tre inio' old,
Going up wht"re le sunshine is clear,
Watchirig glundler horrizans appear
Out of clouds that enveloped our youth,
Standing firm on the mountains of truth.
Because of the glory the years unfold
We are joyfully growing old!
Old-we are growing old,
Going in to the garden of rest
That glows tluough the gold of the west,
Where the rose and amaranth blend
And each path is the way to a friend.
Because of the peace that the years unfold
We are thankful growing oldl
Old-are we growing old?
Life blooms as we travel on
Up the Iills into fresh, lovely dawn;
We are cltildren, who do but begin
The sweetness of living to win.
Because heaven is in us, to bud and unfold,
We are younger for growing oldl
-Lucy Larcom.



_--.-_- S

Copyright, 1901, by C. B. Lewis. y,

As a salorman, holding a certificate
as chief mate, though at the time out
of a berth, I was iAf the Maritime Ex-
change, Snn Francisco, when the ship
Good Intent and cargo were put up at
auction for the benefit of the under-
writers. I had heard something about
the queer voyage of the ship. She was
from China and Jap In. laden with
teas, silks and fancy goods, and, being
blown to the south among the islands
by a typhoonio h bad struck on a
reef off one of the Necker islands. The
shock dismastetd her, and she was
breaking up when her crew took to the
boats and were picked up after sev-o
eral days of suffering. When this had
been properly sworn to by master and
crew, it was foh the insurance compa-
nips to come do 'n, and :when they had
handed over the cash the programme
was to put the wreck up at auction
and hope to et a bid large enotigh t
cover the eot of making out the p
pers. .
There was jntf'1p bidder, and,
everybody's surprise Il s.a 1)wom
I soon heard it sai
widow and kept a
people of the hb
$100 for the wrecl
still hanging on
the bottom of th

Io t, hit t, 'z I was tl,,i o0n1l

.e I ccr ) lr ej i 'hsth''t
;nn. Tht .af\ai followedd with

W x i I ,'' :o iw ll oun
d n .:.in ,,,'i, i. ."t t. .. a, n

0uu l ;! i li ii '1-r -:sK>. If wler
oniid tle w:oa' k. wt ia'e i tl hive to
-: I' v., -'If-"for J., n. a d ]

hiold It by force ai dt' sier i( sharp
w"light eig. e rt (-l the f sailing

until tle fimning w.e sigh ted Niggert
,: ::t iV,. U .t,,.,,, hut, b I knew

island. one of thle Neeker' groi'p antd the
'one whe:e thl: oh :tnt rlive d left her
.our adveri e wol,-'l turn out all right.
Tle wreck laIy thlee on the reef as
ishe .Ia bIeen i lnst wan, a pouelld
name from vn i tot. Woe hna sim-f we

ply to faee! our wvsy dt11'xwn tocrlhe as near
as ossil te ac then tae tt have toand

board ier. SPe looktdtl a sad wreck, but
e fold t by fr in fairly good shape
lgien gFro he first. hving t(ie wsidong

oneith s. fI Itoodl wtent had left her
brom thnesT, n arnd to e eshi had triv-
en on d it store return o t all right.half
her length ayd then a cade reef as
hese heens gh tind there a yellr t
came from nIeverytOroat. We bad sim-

ply to feel or in lown to hler at longer
tide shsie and then tade the yawl anddrop.
board, seer. I loueoed are the wck, but
we found h4e.v in fairly good shape

fortune. We hnad ot vin on the widowreck
awn hour befre twao rtve catalfaranse

each caIrryig i, iihndershi hadove i
en on it stem first. run about half

her length ad then madeto s. Thcradle fel-
herselfs at once dCt i the! a sher ee the
feet of water in her lower hold: at low
tide she was drained of every drop.
Now, see how queer ore the ways of
fortune. We had not been on the wreck
an hour before two na.tive ,atarnarans,
each carrying 15 isIn(ders, imve in

lows at once demnaihd n s-'sare of the
loot, and we hld to resort to the big
gun to drive thLi aw-ay. They return-
ed under a white tfing lboft? night and
offered their' services for pay, anr 20
of them were eng"igead to assist us.
It would have been a great ind with-
out the opium. but: the staff wy-as 'aboard
all right. T1" valtie of the tin cases
packed in oP of the staterooms was
not far .. .. ia i. .ni of general
cargo we k in a load which sank the
brig to h plimsoll k. In wt week
we were u-bh wi the. wreck and
ready C her o tr islanders
f 'r w tty coul a)u f her. We
rtd h L le fPaclfie
wr w d within
ipk ich was,
gt r t4'e s we had
the *.p'itain of the lost
but he':acb: ome too late.
port lri ar;i uniw'entful
ra I g o 0 \\% lo. r' rd , a n d d Is -
j ,:'qi f r ;a ye U n y ,

lo IInv wiJ.Ow ,ud I, l ever

1:~ - r
)i" :n1,'N.31n'I. Io V dths. I
p.' 6iiu'i ..h:".. \r
I I huiA,'u l1 4 ,1l k, .-Ie Is f'
.jjjjjkjh&t if li 4i1 a f -

general laugh a
ed. She had re-
while waiting to
the distance to
had ever been
bid in the wreck
she gave me her a
to call. Just w2aa
couldn't flgutre ot
woman bidding in'
cent to satisfy a
acting upon som informationno -
sessed by the u derwriters. I wa
band at the hur named, and f,s
discovered hat she was a woman-o~f
business.>'When she had made many
inquiries about me and was evidently
satisfied that I was all right, she told
me that sheilad discovered through
one of her boarders that the ci('go of
the ship was far more valuable than
alI.)inprtd by the malnjifest. It seemed
hl;at some one bad a private speenl'-
;mio in opium, the captain and mati
Sl::'!ding in, and it was tells knowl-
ron to ind f1ithe wreck. The secret
;i it fever alnd out of his bevad.
Wlut thle widow wanted of me was,
ilust. to ask if there was a possible
liance that the wreck wan still on the
'.*. f and if any part of her cargo could
:e .tic at; second, the cost of fitting out
I craft to visit the scene, and, third, if
Svonhit il ink commlland on a. percentage
t wvl at might be recoveredd and could
r(,:!'e up a crew to do the same. The
Widow .Jackson was a brisk spoken,
iclsive woman. She bad been left
a',,ry. TheP adventure would be a big
-':'k, butf i t he wreck was found the
t,!oit would be enormous. All I had to
.k to it w s my time, and I soon de-
iitd to do that. Acting under her in-
.:r:'a::.ns. I looked about for a craft
::) chn:-'t! r and after a little lighted up-
,:!! a. brig x w:ohh filled the bill. I also
re,!cnir out arrong the sailor crowd a
rC:'"e, conkly i six men who would
'n !ill ni othir chances If paid a month's
r.i;i'as in alldvance. I got figures on the
-.i'c'ssary stores, and the widow took
ai dtiv to look them over. I expected
the sium total would frighten her, as
the igture was pl'.tty steep in spite of
all I could do, but when I called again
she said: i
"I have got that amount of money
and a little over. I am going to sub-
lease this house for six months and go
with you on this voyage. I see you
have figured on a cook. Strike him off
the list. I shall be cook myself. If I
can cook and 'work here, I can do the
same aboard of a brig, and we want no
idlers. I have fully made up my mind
to carry out my ideas, and you will go
ahead as fastls possible."
I wns pushing things along to get
away at the earliest hour, hen I
heard that the captain of the I Good
Intent was secretly seeking a aft for
i::irtter. This satisfied moe ail to the

eaa '()'> it.l ronTenlbers.

Ao tbcoes bwoe e'hlangui as
on,,I- I elieI"rs InI I,.i-V
aglroii N, w ,-rI, ,se or they

'uhads that' v ',-'m e rie'a been the
tion'4,i' s th'duadghout the
)ti[onaius of the gnat
tron us se..t ont-
Titelriltio dd Uoc

It Ohlt.'r-, it Is clautnet,
-rdly p tlievLrs Ie es.a e in

s, houu' to conest .rt in(D to
his rom W thron aout the

S l L. d from the
Stkags. that the
t anumlber the
Seuss comlin-
ea bt3y rk flerald.

Learner angn~ 'nTwenty-four
It la e.
Of Cai I lMezu anti who could
speak 5M d' hlcts and Innl. zi-, it i
related tuat while he was at the Vati-
can a travle 'r arrived in Rome fronm
Asia to be confessed whhose language
no one who met hIrm could understand
Cardinal iezzofanti was sent for and
found that even he had l *xover heard it
spoken. By means of signs he learned
the stranger's errand and that he had
with him a dictionary of his native
This the cardinal took and. informing
the pope that he would be prepared in
24 hours to confess the man. retired to
his room. When at the end of the time

he was ready to proceed, it was found
that he had mastered the language suf-
ficiently to converse quite freely with
the traveler.
It Is Queer.
Briggrs past understanding how
some people live.
Grtgs-Especially those persons who
tell you there Is no money in their
business, but who keep on working at
it with all their might just the same
as if it were paying them 100 per ceut
profit.-Boston Transcript.
The Errlng One.
It Is impossible for one who neerr
goes wrong nor makes a mistake ior
commits a blunder to know just how to
be sorry for anl erring one. We mtust
stumble ourselves before we can really
judge of the hardships of a rough road
and the frailty of.we:'y feet. True
charac r is first tender, then hopeful
and afterward reformatory.
Th erenc between a country
youth a city youth is that the
forme to know everything and
the la ks he knows everything.
-Chi ews.

T ~ in love little things
See to a man in love big
thin tIe St. Louis Star.
i'rei mble person in
ever eit large company
tion; $936 salary
per c. Iv: ;.3 per day, ah-
sool t I penses; straibl t
hbrnA V. 110 co in
slala r y n

Oft wbhea t -ra-in r.ovs tLy we f"el re'rret
To see the fitees pas, although u;:kn.;wn;
While Awo may tel! the liharl's unuttdrnd moan
O'er cne dear face that, -whe:n Nit 'en: in':eg.t
The Ott' rs a'l, ;tays wi : s, .: id .i t
,By fe.ltres, smiles and wr'ds, waich, having
flw.. wn
nt us li'e ~t birds, th"ir cach sweet tone
Ai look'c ir in our palihway ni't;
So \'h!:rirn o lone lcares ltheo IH *1;e of 'rTi e,
The ot,;:iar, ai;ii". .'i:t ;t hvlp Lut gl;ieve
For lie lo:, i trit!: to) w >nn illt o.rrov', s lime
E~ah mneiory i its lonli'Tes's must rceavi-.
Wt'hile the sad soul tries tihruu h itsi rtquiem
A few tear glistening strains of hope to wi-ave.
--William Struthers.

t Iow Joe Lost ^
" 'rIs Arm. "
*- O'--4 -.-.


On the Tomblbee river so brfiglt I was born,
In a hut made of .husks of the bright yellow corn,
And 'twas there that I wiet my Julia so true,
And I rowed her about in my gtum tre" canoe,
Singing, l oe away, row o'er the waters Eo blue;
Like a feather we'll Bloat in rmy guintree canoe.
The clerk of the Pretty Jane had a
mellow v voice, and blended sweetly
with it was little .Jennie's childish
Lie sat upion the deck of the little
steamboat, gazing around on the bright
wnatrs of the Tomlbiithee as the sun
dnniccd on then, gazing, intently and
siniling absently to himself.
Ile wvas a mli of albot 30, and his
right coati st eve was empty and pin-
ned upon his heart.
Litti'l enenie ,laned upon his knee,
staring himl intently in the face in a
way tlI.t chiidren have. She pushed
her Ibr(.ad ti 'iiIitid hat black from her
eyes s'( ter. The l;;!t ::s a ijqurerly shaped pal-
nmtto sint'uet lre, for this was in 1863,
and chlotn.hes were ;at a premium. She
wav- the ldl of on!e! of the passengers,
and between her and the clerk quite a
friend.'hip) had 1p!jr;;ig up.
"And did you;' suire enough meet your
Julia Ihere on the Tonibigbee?" asked
the child, stroking the empty sleeve
with a p;tying tonuch.
"Yes," atid the clerk, roused from his
reverie atd] smiling down on the eager
little face: "I have often taken lier
rowing on the Tomnbi'bee before the
war, when I had tmy other arm."
"How nice!" said .Jennie. "How pice!
And in a gumtree canoe?'"
"Well, I wasn't 'particular as to the
kind of canoe, so it was a canoe," said
he, smiling.
, "And your Julia ain't named Julia.
but wary Jane. after all," said the
"Yes," said he, "but she's just as
sweet as if her name was Julia, though
wouldn'tt fit In the song so well."
"No, you couldn't say, 'I rowed my
Mari Jano -;; tr'.-.' 'Twould make the
song loo l. 1 :'.d."
"True." sri'l lieL. !i ii~~ing. "but that
mL1;ps rjo ad:.er''l-eL .j ihink of her
white I bsnlg i. su that it sees as if it
waA her n. :i.'." '"
"W\'ill. Mr. P.'r!;ins." .nid Jennie,
"tell me wh y ha'vn't. yoti na'' ied your
Jt lift ft y 'rt !i.irowring her around
in -.youra c.rcev canoe these ever so

p'I the mate, smiling,
~k'it mu::lake up hlier mind
oat-. I r i till the war broke
ot .Uad I .. .-;red: then she said,
directly 'if -;r'y mmre, but 'twas too
ntep ilin; 1 .Lnd I.. 1-o off to t:;,t."
"Y'ou had ':!h .,i your arms then!"
interrupted .lennu1; "you \was born
with 'em'" ,
"cf courL;,. rl;;d. Did you ever hear
of anly one Ihic II \% ;tb one arm? Nature
,In''r v-.'Vr i i:,e i.:, snch cobbled, lop-
sided work as that."
S'Wei!. if you ha I hoth of your arms
thoen, I don't see why she wouldn't
have you."
"Bless you. child. everybody had
ple'." of arms t;::;ni that was no in-
ducrel ; es t to take a fellow. Dut, as I
wa's s-aying, when she found I was go-
in, ; off io t Ih' \w;ai and might get killed
then s eh foilnd 1il;iat slic lovetld me."
"Sle'd rather nm:'ry you tLan that
y:ou should gt killed." s'ii.1 .iennie.
"Yes, I think; s5',i ouig-htL. after you row-
ed !;hmr' al'rou;i i;n tlie canoe."
"You are rightt" ''aid Perkins. Iniugh-
ing; "but 'twa:i t toa late to tmarly her
:Len. JVe agree';. tihut if ever I got
back sfi'co!y, when lte war w-is over,
we'd lmi 'ry.''
"'Fell me. now, bow you came to lc;-e
you;' art'I." snit] o !(l l.:
"'T\a.:ts In o(-e of the great battles

around le!hie tiind tlit ,year. I had
been in many tights before, but this
w\ns nuit the h';ttest. The enemy
was bond to g'et the hill on which vwe
stood, and we were holding on dte-
perately. But at last the boys began
to waver and give way, Then our
colonel came out to the fr'or., and the
rest of our of'ictrs followed him, and
they ran up a;id down the lines cheer-
ing up the men.
'Steady, my boys.' said the old colo-
nel: 'keep pouring it into them'.
Steady! Ile-enforceements will soon be
here! Never lot it be said that the line
broke where the Alabamians stood!'
"The whole air seemed black with
shot and shell. A piece of one grazed
the colonel's cheek, and the blood kept
trickling down his face, but he didn't
seem to feel it. Tile tiring grew so hot
that the men seemed fairly mowed
down, and the line began to waver and
break. Suddenly, clear on our right,
there arose a tremendous yell. It grew
louder and louder and ran down the
line tQ ard us. Then, at last, we saw
a courier galloping down the line. I
shall never forget how he looked. His
black horse was all white with foam,
and its flanks were bloody from his
spur. Hle rode bareheaded down the
line as if he bore a charmed life, and
he kept waving his cap around his
headltnd shouting something to the
men, and as they heard ilm the waver-
ing line rallied and sent up deafening
.. ..... .~~- ,a a upLeu by where
we wx're and yelled:
'lly. rmc-n! Rally! Stonewall
Jacksua is in their rear and giving 'eum
"T1:cn we cheered, too, until we were
holnrse. T'lhe".courier galloped on, and
presently our oliicer shouted:
Forward, men. Charge!'
ty we went, down the hill
sa field, right toward the
jes, yellin-k like Indians.
H he colors in my hand, and I


Good3 sV b esn d [ z1 ear Employmemt
F ,tr (. ,io',, Lit., E' ierg ti'c, '.)tiCuM )eteit Sabilesiieii. s.A pivly lot thrills.
\\ I will ave o r fall of 4 1901 atl sprint of 1i02
Of Apple, Pear, :each, Plum, Apricot, Chelrry, Gi.-p:;, Japan
\Wanuts, Pecans, Etc,,
AMso Slmill Fruit, hhutde andlir a!'iIulu; Trl c :, ..sC, Etc.
\:e do a General Nurservy luiiiess and mi ake a slpec'iatlvy \\olhole.ailiiig
to large planter,- direct at low prices W iite ior wholesale pricelist.
W' it ri .esttcr, 'l'ell Ssee.

men followed me. Right toward the
blazing line we ran.
"All at once I saw the colonel, who
was riding by me, grasp the colors, for
they were falling. I looked and saw
that my hand, my whole arm, was
gone, and I hadn't felt it! I grabbed
the flag in my left hand.
"'I can carry the colors yet, colonel,'
I said. 'I don't feel any pain.'
"I ran on some 50 steps, when the
blood began spouting from my shoul-
der. I dropped. Joe Ashe, one of the
color guards, snatched the flag, and
they all rushed on.
"I fell senseless. I never knew 'an-
other thing till weeks after, when 1
woke up one day in Chimborazo hos-
pital and found some funny looking la-
dies In black bonnets that the boys call-
ed the 'sisters' bending over me. If it
hadn't been for their good nursing, -I
should have died."
Perkins ceased. IIe had been so car-
ried away by the interest he felt in his
own narrative that he had gone quite
beyond his auditor.
"But tell me, Joe," Jennie eagerly
asked-she had been impatiently wait-
ing for an opportunity for some min-
utes-"tell me, did you ever find your
arm thnt you dropped?"
"No; to be sure not. I never went to
look for if."
"You couldn't fasten it on again,
"Of course not, child. I am not a
jointed doll."
"What a pity you couldn't!" snid the
child. "What a pity! And how do you
manage to dress yourself and-tie your
cravat and shoes?" she asked, for she
haid been burning to make these in-
quiries ever since se had seen the ne
armed Confederate.
"'Twas awkward at first, but I learn-
ed at last to do it with the help of my
"But how when you get old and lose
'em?" said Jennie, who was of an in-
vestigating mind. .
"Providence will raise me up some
other way," he said, with a pathetic
smile. "I'll have my wife to wait on
"To be sure, I forgot; Miss Mary
Jane will. What did she say?"
"I got one of t!he sisters to write her
for me, and I set her free. I said I
wouldn't bind her to'a poor cripple like
".And she said.no, slr-ree! I s'pose,"
cried Jennie, full of fiery zeal for her
new friend.
"Something to that Offect," said Joe.
"She wrote me that she lV-:',d,1 me
more with orne 'ari!n' tlhn she ever had
done with two; that whenever I c :'.!
get home she was ready." HtIre Joe'sa
eyes filled, and he g:izrd steadily in
the water. .
"Well, now, Joe," said Jennile, wi
was suddenly struck with a bright
Idea, "maybe if you would lose both
arms he'd love you betterer and bet-
"I believe I'm satisfied with what
she feels now," said Joe. laughing.
"But why hain't you niirried.?" con-
tinued Jennie, pursuing her investi-a-
tions. I
"Because I first had to g',t well, and5
then I had to get so'tl:'ng to do.. I
had been a meeiaaeiic, ni:(l I co:ii.li't
work at my trade with miy lefl !i:';..
So Captain n Ranmsy ;1,i !O,' a pai;:ce ol
his boat, ;i.id I've l- U ,'n 1.y.:g i: . ':::'-
how to v.;'ite, so tL.it i c.: i i:;;'', !'i .
books. I t iua: I'm dco'ing ie:.';y v : ;!
IIe drew from l'si p '.' t a 1 '''!
blank book in which werehescav; -:d
divers hieroglyphies., at which he gazed
complacem ly.
"Why, yes." said Juennie approvingly.
"There's a *t' with the cross mark, and
there is 'k' with his broken bac-k. and
that's an 'i.' 1 know him by- his ey'e-
brow. You see, I can ria:d a little,"
she said proudly. .,
"So I see," said he, laughing ,fd put-
ting up his book. "Now, I mriust c;,.
The sun has set. It is lin' for mle to
see after things for tlie ni" t."
lie stroked Jennic's c;trly head wih
his left lian.l and wanlk'd away. softly'
$singing In his mellow voice, "My Ox1,-'
Mary Ann."

Ee Knew thae I'nct.
A small boy' had a dog that was
rough, as most small bo s''dogo are,
and a young githl who liven uext door
.had a kitten, sly as all cats are. One
day the small boy came nonchalantly
into the girl's presence. and after some
desultory conversation he said:
"You know my dog Barca and your
cat Darling?"
"Well, my dog had a piece of meat,

and he thought your cat was going to
take it away from him."
"Thought!" exclaimed the wise little
girl. "What makes you say that the
dog thought? You know dogs don't
think; they instinct."
"Well," said the boy, "I don't care
whether he thought it or whether lhe
instineted it; but, anyhow, he killed
your cat."-London Fun.

The Amendment.
In a bank in Philadelphia is display-
ed prominently this sign: "Gentlemen
Will Please Not Smoke In This Build-
ing." To which somebody, evidently a
lover of the cod, annoyed by the
manners of the clerks, has appended,
"It Makes the Clerks Sotr and Envi-
IIIu.ntrnting IHis Subject.
"No, you can't see Mr. Blankblank
this ornig during uri ollite hours."
"1Iut he's a public official, isn't lie?"
"Yes, and he's engaged in the public
"May I ask what he's doing?"
"Ile's writing a magazine article on
'ITow- (';n We Improve the Ofeiceholdl-

V* Ais re ArcWe Crimin; rjTof
Ti ', 'rI :;mol)Ii had just illted 10 of
tih r 12 ciildrc n.
She was 1 tipply wife, and her hus-
banrd ena e home early every night..
"Now," sht said, with a contented
sigh,.- "John can close with the agent
for that house."
This wns 20 years from now, when
no landlord would accept a tenant with
more than two children.-New York
Sn n-

I A re l.uAranteer if onU use
PU.LE Suppositor
D. Matt. Thompson, Supt.
r( d o Sch els, Statesville, C. writes I can say
th-y ,o &11! 'u fl:in for them.." Dr. S. M. Devore,
Ravenl ock, w. Va. writs: hey ive giv iversal stlis-
faction." Dr. H. J. McGill, Clarksburg, Teun., writes:
S In a pmie of 23 ryars, Ihave founl no renierli to
,. P.r "" '' ., i ..'"pis, is ''. 'd
t., I i RTIN RUDY. tlrlCASTER, PA.

Sold at, St. Ai1'ws f;ay, 'Fla.
At Dr. Mitchell's 9rug Store.
S(al Clfor free sample.

Is ",rrcl hiredd to cut
Itil dtlivcer ttlhenm at reasonable rates
It vou nced labor \vith team, call upon
G(. W. SlhnH:aR.


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