Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: August 18, 1898
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: VID00043
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
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First Last, and all the



ST. ANDREWS BAy, FLA., AUG. 18. 1898.

NO. 21
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Seauatore-Hin.u aS .iaaco, Monticello,
Hon S. R. Mallory. Pensaeolt.
Representatives-Ist District, S.M.Spark-
man, Tampa; Id District, R. W.
Davis, Palatka.
La'd Office-Register, W. G. Robinron:;
Receiver-H. S. Uhubb, Gainesville.
Governor-W. D. Bloxhanm; Secretary of
State, J. L. "'ranord: rreasure,iJ. B.
Whittield; Attorney General Wmn. B. Lta-
mar; Comptroller, W. H. Reynolds; St.-
erintendent if Public Instrucliini, W.
N. Sheats; Commissioner of Agricul-
ture, L. u1. Wombwell; Adjutant Go -
oral, Patrick Houston. TallahASsee.
U. S. SE$'ATro,
First Distviet-S. R. Mallory, Pensaeola;
secondd District,Samuel Pasco Monticello.
Twi4'ty-fifth ww ^."rri --A.A. 1"-,.
Representative, S. M. Rolinson,Cb;plev.,
County Jdg, L), nD. Mlvin, .
c. Unty le ReoOO
.^^^ ^rs, W. B. Lassater, -rnon;o
a eriff, C. G. Alleu, cipley: Treasurer,
R. C. Horne, Obipley; Tax Collector, A.
Q. Jones, Vernon: Tax Assessor, W,
11. Gainer, Ecunfiiia; Superiiinteniideni
of Public Instructiou, W. L, Locky;
Chipley; Surveyor, Thos. Collins, Chip-
ST. ANDnnFws.
J'istice of the Peace. W. I. Singleterrv:
Notary I'uhlics, W. A. Emmone. C. H.
Crippen; Deputy Circuit Court Clerk,
W. A... Eimonnis Seiool D)irectors, It.
F. Brackin, W. I. -Singletarr, L. M.
Ware; Post Master, L. 11. Ware
Postmistress, Mrs. M. B. Jenks,

?ostmaster and Nul. Public, W. II.
?oilstmistress, Mrs. Huiselhorg.
Postmnaster, S. W. Anderson
Postlunster, Mrs. R. Gay.
Postmaster, Martin Post.
Postmastei. W. F. Woodfoid.
Postmistress, Mrs. Dyer.
Postmaster, P. N. Hutchiinson.
'olaries, K. fMoioher, Frank Iluski s,
Pustmatina r, W. M. Cromnn; Coun
tv Commnisaiinur, H. M. S.picer
D viWtv Clerk of Courts. S. T. Walkley

li L L I U U S.
Methodist-Church cor. Walshington are
atd Curvtnut rast- H ev. L. I. ,un i,
Splaster. Preclihig at 11 a. m. aid 1'.30
p. m.every alterniti Sunday.
Y. P. 8.C. K.-Prayer meeting at their
Presbyterian eharch every Sanday after
noon at 3:30 o'rlock. .All are invited.
aptist-C--hurch. corner of Wyoming
avMersi and Cinainnati street. Church
feaoreor.. Aturday before first Sunday
at'4.p. n. Sunday school every Sunday at
9:30 a. m. Preaching second and fourth
Sunday Ia eacb month. Rev. J. P. Smith,
Preshyterian-Church corner Loraine
avenue and Drake street.
atholic-Church corner Wyoming are-
lie and Foster street

The northern mail, via Anderson,. Gay,
Baybead and Chipley departs every day
except Sunday at 3.00 o'clock; a.m.;
arrives avery dav except, Sunasy at
7:40 p. n.
Kast Bay mail for Harrison, Cromanton,
Parker, Farnidale and Wetappo, leaves
St. Andrews going A.wt every morning
at 6 o'clock and Ri ing Wetappo at
I o'clu arrives, cniiting west every
eveniiin',t 7 e'cloek.

(Incorporated Nov. 7, 1896,)
SCHEDULE OF RATES:-For each five
minutes, or traction thereof, use of
Between St. Andrews Bay & Gay.... 10c
"" I3;t.yhead 15c
,, ,. Chiploy. 25c
Chipley &Baybead ........ 15c
.* '. Gay ........ ... 20c
.Bayhead &Gay............ 5c
For transmission by telegraph 10c.
extra, not including telegraphic service.
A. J. GAY. Gen'l Mgr.

Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and No-
tary Pu`ilit for the State at Large; has
juirisdictiomn 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 PUOY Office, St. Andrews Bay.

Homeopathic Physician andi Ac-
coucher. Office Piouneer Drug Store,
corner of Shell avenue and Michi-
gan street,

St. Andrews

- Florida

Physician and Druggist. Connimerce st.,
east of Ba view. Offers his pic-lessional
services to the citizens of St. An-
drews and vicinity. Residence on Bieua
Vista avenue.

Notary Public.
Will attend promptly to all business de-
manding his attention. Office on Rayv.
Siew. street, one- block northeast of T
0 Danford's sore
Jiusttc of the Peace,
Will give prompt attention to all matters
coming within his jurisdlitiou. Ac,
knowledgments taken; oaths adminis-
tered; marriage service performed Of-
ftea at residence, Wilmot street, north

One dollar a Year in Advance.

Editor and Proprietor.
Display ad rates 50c per inch per monl i
Position and extraordinary condition
rates subject to sDecialn acremcint.
- Local Drift," 5c per line, tirst insertion
'21, each suiibsiluient. Display locals
double above rates.

For Congressman First District,
Of Hillsboro County.

'C"AIlTER. of Jackson.
For Sfte Treasurer,
J. B. WHIT-'IELD,of Leon.
For Railroad 'Comminsioners,
H. E. DAY. of Alachua.
J. M. BRYAN, of Osceola.
JOHN L. MORGA N, of Hamikon.

Washington (Coumty.
For Representative,
For Tax Collector,
For Tax Assessor.
For Treasurer,
R. C. H ONE, or
For Sohool Commissioneri,
1st Ditrict-F. RVUS I
2d District-G. B. BUSH,
3d District-E. SINGLETON.
4 -

Pleasures on the FiFarm.n
Chicago News.
Oh, 'Tie royal fun to frolic
On the fragrant new-mown hay,
To roll and romp and tumble,
And while the time away;
What a joy to lie and slumber,
Innocent of worldly care,
On the clover in the haymow
When some other 's put it there.
What a joy, when one is thirsty,
Ere aslyet 'tis time to sup,
To consume the sweet ambrosia
That thr cows have yielded up-
To drink ont of the milk pail,
While you poise it-in the air-
When some other ha extraeL,:d
The rich fluid that is there.
What a joy it is in summer
To be free upon the farm;
Ah. the very air seems freighted
With.a mystic sort of charm;
Round and over all a dreamy,
Peaceful spirit seems to lurk-
That Is, if you do the dreaming,
And some other does the work.

With Violets.
Kate A. Bradley in Detroit Free Press.
I send you a breath of spring, my dear,
And the pulse of a warm, sweet day,
Though the wintriest morning in all
Ste year
May frown from your skies of gray.
Just shut your sweet *yes and dream
my dear,
With the subniest dream of spring,
And fancy the bobolink's note you hear
And the whirr of a robin's wine.

And into your ear creeps the drowsy

Of the bees in the clover bloom,
And you think in your dream that the
gray old crone,
Dame Nature, is at her loom.
While forward and back her shuttle
'Mid the rarest rosetints of June,
And across the orchard a blackbird
With the joy of life in his tune.
Rhen dream with your sweet eyes shut
my dear,
That ms nd in your own is laid.
Anfd w'" seeU together the youth of the

How Presidenut Llucoli Frank-
ed an Envelope tor a Sol-
Washington Star.
"Let tiph go. A. LINCOLN,."
When the army was encauimped in
Vi ginia, near \Vashington, iu
1861-62, Pmhidwnt Linculn franked

a letter in the above manner for a
)onthful sohlilior uamed Frank King,
of Foud tlu Lac county, Wis., ainl
the envelope is still held as a sacred
tre:.suie by the famiily of the soldier
lad, who lost his life at Gettysburg.
Capt. Tihonma Jones, of tlie pen-
sion offices trlpted thA
"" iy who have gnRoto the
troN n T iagino they have a diffi-
cult time getting their letters to
lorne folks and loved ones, but thev

have things dead easy compared to
what we had in the war of the tebel-
lion. Pap['er and envelopes were hard.

ICiapId Trinst
Scientific Amiptricau.
Thle law auith,,rizir
Par.is to elect a syst
itan railways hiIving'!
gated, the ni umicipl
lisihedl the t l tei 1 of
ionclui.liedi in July l
eral Trractimn ('nO
dirtakls to forin-wi
a special comnipny
lines when coustin
taIlf not less thai
($5.,OOO, ). '1
the mystemn of line
inilos. but onry
Ai. .
city uindertaking tu

kP a rim.

thle city ofl
or Inel rulJ'd- I

C 0 1i VI .It uI TI

t iili i i
U 11til

ckg i

t t:

first portion in eight years! .

As thi is is jejttIa, the fiiit e~atn-
plo of such a onsie!orabl') wi k beilg
un>la kikeon by a munitciiality, de-
tails of the working convention iniy
be of interest, says The L.>niloi,
Ecunomi.t. Ilt las already ben
stated that the amount of thle loan

to get, andl stamps were almost as to b
.. -. ... to be raised for the conbtructioin of

were fortunate enough to be near
Wnahiington had their letters frank,
ed by senators and representatives,
and our national lawmakers were
kept busy with their pens. Presi-
dient Lincoln was even-known to hell
the boys out occasionally. On one
occasion, Frank King, a private in a
Wisconsin regiment, encamped near
Arlington Hights, got a package of
envelopes, and with a friend, Hairy
Dunn, went to the White House and
asked Mr. Lincoln to frank the en-
velopes. It wat easier to see the
president then than it is-now, and at

the first portion of the lines is 1635,-
000,000 francs ($33,00 0,000). The
Traction Compaany, which has ob-
tained the working coucessions, un-
dertakes to employ only F'renchmen,
and to have all its plant snd rolling
stock made in Fruanc..: T'ho boanr
of directors of the working eiiinlaniv
must be exclusively French; the
company will be permitted to have
its depots and works outhidle thl city,
but they must pay the ,Iclrol duties
on the materials employed, as if the
buildings were within the city walls;
the names of the stations 1m1st be of
a unifoim color amd must be so

certain hours of the day a soldier hat the ma not be eou
u c h placed that they may not be con-
could reach him ais easily as he could f aetu vith advertisement the
of fu nded writh advertisements; lhe

any of the high oflieials. When the
president knew what was desired of
him lihe asked: .Why dor.'t you get
your congressional, to frank these en-
voli peN? I am very busy.' 'The
folks at home would lik4 to see your
name on the cn vI,,jus,' rophlicl young
L' i, .. irt. ,Liancoiu, hi.Ailudl, iheli
taking a pen, he \v- ote on one of the
envelopes: 'Let this go. A. Lincoln.'

minimum wages or salary to be paid
to any of the company's servants or
emliployes will be 150 fmnnec per
mintithI, or for wurlkmtnen ong:ged itut-
p1o arily, 5 I'laac, per ,al. ; 1 thi waget
must beo paid in full din ing the
peiiodi of military in fiicti,.n; ilie
day'a omtnym-'t '-flat not exce4.I
ten hours, with a whule day or two
half day's rest weekly, atnd ten days'

it. to young King, wit theo reuint-
wages; int ease oh sickntela wagres

der of the package, said: 'Now, my
boy, take the tcet of these to your
congressman, Scott Sloan, and tell
him I said to fix them for yon JI
want you both to be brave soldiers'
and taking the hands of King and
Dunn h bande them good bye. King
wrote to his Iparents that night an'i
inclosed the letter in the envelope
franked by Mr. Lincoln The young
fellow was killed at Gettysburg, but
that envelopee is religiously and lov-
ingly prized by the surviving mem-
bers of his family. Dunn, who was
with King when Mr. Lincoln franked
the envelope, called at the White
House two years later and asked to
have some letters franked. Mr. Lin-
coln temembecred him, and when told
King had been killed his face wore a
look of sorrow.
Yes, the boys have comparatively
easy sailing now about their letters,
and the work of the postoffice de-
partinent in theii behalf is no doubt
r.roperly appreciated by them."

How Col. Tomi Snum er Rescued
His Wife From the 'ories.
Senator Bate, rif Tennessee tL-ll an
interest ig anecdoteiT-T5--m

1 I
In the sweet of the apple-bou
Senator, w sich has not be
fore ap-

And you shall know beyond doubt or
In your dream that I love but you,
But whether you dream or wake, my
That love will be real and true.

Its Good Work.
Lake City Reporter,
The Democratic State convention
is to be congratulated upon its good
work. All of the nominees are good
men and will fill their offices so as to

peared in print, Sumter was a great
big giant of a fellow, with a voice
like a foghorn. It is said his "hol-
ilr" could be heard for miles. On one
occasion when lie was off. on a
foray the Tories came and captured
his wife, Molly, and then strippu'., ..le
plantation of everything. When
"Old Tom" came hoine and found
Molly gone, his rage knew no bounds.
Gathering together such forces as he
could lie put out after the Tories.
He overtook them on the third day

reflect credit upon themselves and the and litig ahott ntil midnight.

CONTRACTS for tte four new boats
to be built for the North German
Lloyd Company have now been
placed. Two cargo boats, each about
8,100 tons carrying capacity, are to
be constructed at the, Tecklenborg
Shipbuilding Yard. Bremerhaven, for
Bremnen-Baltimore service, and two
cargo and passenger boats of about
10.000 tons capacity, each will be
built at th Blolin & Voss Company's
yard, H.taburg, for th.e ew York

T'hon lie deployed hiri torcon around
tbe camp and told them to await his
orders to fire. lie was afraid of
Molly being shot in the mnelee, sa
when he got everything ready he
opened his big mouth and let oat a
yell that fairly made the earth trem-
ble. "Lay down, Molly!" Lay down,
Molly!'" and Mailly, recognizing those
stentorian tones, fell prone or. her
face, and after the last "Lay down,
Molly!." came the command to fire
and charge. Molly was recaptamed
**1 .1

must be paid in full fur at least a
iear; in case of accident until com-
pllte recovery, without, prejudice to
the in lemnilty to be pAd if peinma-
uelntly disabled, wholl~or partially.
The fares are fixed ai 25 centimtes
(5 centhI) fir.,t class and 5 eeitimes
(3 ceiats) svecud claws r"r any dis-
Lance. Passengers bTfrme nine iln
t c morning may hav&'o-ir 2(0 ien.
tiune (4 cents) a return ticket a; ail-
ablo pat at'y hlunr ill ttU day. Chil-
Sdren if theo Inuuicipa~ school ] aro ta
payv a fare of" 5 centiies (1 ceint)
on!' when traveling ccflectivfly, ac-
Ci,1ai1milittd by a wnastIe l im woik-

inmg company will pay
the use of the lines
c. nts-) pl'" firbt cla3s j
5 ceitini s (1 cent) s,-
cr'0a"ed pigre.sively bl
ber of pasetiigers cat rii
year eocfed 140,000,(
travel'ling for 5 centime

o tliheo city foI
) contIlines (2
iseOlger' and
nd clabs, in-
hll tLae ntit-
Juring thel
0. Children
iare not to bet

taken into accountL tog? payment or
th0 number. Thli nations anl1
leans of acce-s- to thlI latllorm to bte
at the charge of theo .ipai.y. but
the plattm ins are caul isea! in the

wry- id a

Work eX.culed 1by a .r1f.
The coucesaiou ii for irty-live year.
but the city r esI ve. -i ig t ut pur-
c1lse from the year tl0.

The Stingy puke.
An English paper tl's a story of a
royal duke who lias tle reputation ct
being aomewha close'in niuiev mat-
ters. On a wet afterinon lihe hailed a
cab in Bond st iet anit requested to
be driven to Yictoria Statiiin. Arriv-
ed at the teiniius hlie handed the
cabman a shilitug. Then, of counrn,
same the inevitable. -** 'Ere wwhalt'.
this? Can't you make it anioth tan-
nor?" -
"Certaitly not,'" said the noble
faro. "And what. more you came
the wrong way. WVhat made you g.,
right around Hyde .Pak and Gros-
venor place?" I
The cabby saw-thlat. he had no
chance and cialing' rulp1lisd, "Wot
for? 'Cos St. Jaint, park i.- closed-
that's wot fot!" '.
"Cl.o-ied? St. J.i s' Ia, k clohol.

\Whiy, Ilow's thlit.
"Oh, they say '
dropped a three oap
across the park la

is how tihe ilni'
unyv bit a cumin'

;t night,

(j tri uct

and the jewelry from her toilet i stand. Muynard in -\uir. u'n..r-s suui u-aT-r
They mnus have looked with covetous bad followoi spe(dily upi-on Lieh d-ttc-
eyed on the beautiful rings that adorned tion. Finally, luuliug that Nathulie I
her slender fingers, but thought best not wouldn't comno dowun so long s she re-
p attempt that---or did they even dare inalned and t}.at Mrs. Baurry would int
make that. essay? Mrs. Barry was encourage her to go up, hirs. 'lnrucr
aroused from unusually deep slumber hastened away in hopes of brnUking the
by the sensation that some ouo bad lifted news elsv t tre. She looked wistfully
her hand from the couuterpane, found into Mrs. Gregg's ol-en .corwmay a thn
hers'-lf in darkness, her night, lamp hastened down the row and .unged to
simi.king as though recently extin- enter and to revertain wbat was really
guished, heard the bc-irrls creaking in the extent of her Inos and whether she
the parlor or hall and had asked, "Is had heard anybody and had any suspi-
that you, Nathalie?" and receiving no cions. One of the young lady visitors
response believed it all imagination, was at the door at the moment, chat-
and, wondering what made her so ting with Mr. Maynard, who, leaning
drowsy, had slept hi-avily until aroused on a stout cane and looking rather
by the servant in the morning with the white and solemn, had evidently just
startling announcement that the silver come out from a conference. To him
and her jewelry were gone. I ben Mrs. Turner bowed coquettishly and
Nathalie came rushiug down the stairs gave a forgiving glance at the girl, but
wide: eyed and deathly white, had the latter returned only an embarrassed a
glanced almost in horror at the empty nod and did not speak. Everybody knew
basket which the ecok had taught, in that there had been a dreadful row bg-
from the backyard and bad tbhun thrown tween the ladies within the week gone
herself upon her knees at the foot of the by. They had met at the Raymonds',
bed and burst into an agony of tears. where Mrs. Gregg flushed angrily at
And before vi-.i.i g the Barrys' the sight of her former friend and rival and
professionals had called at Gregg's and refused the outstretched hand. Mrs.
Freeman's, carrying off a watch, some Turner had demanded, with a world of
silver and many trinkets froni each and Injured innocence in her-tones, instant
never even di-turbing the healthful explanation of such unsisterly, not to
slumbers of the occupants.' Captain say rude and unjustifiable, conduct,
rregg's desk was forced and about $100 and, nothing loath, Mrs. Gregg gave it
in treasury notes had disappearntd, but to her. She had heard from excellent
ruost of Mrs. Freeman's silver and mon- authority that Mrs. Turner had said
ey were safe in the bank. ,sbe never that- she (Mrs. Gregg) was lhVing most;
"eutertainod" when her tord was in the extravagantly and far beyond her hue-
-. - A. . -. .-..#i; 4.1 S i an,,A9 o,.n9 I k ath a ll ,,nanit r of traldem. *


... -Rieved over the .loss of her beautllnl
Sw'atch, which always luy a E-nIg- on I
S o the little stand by the head o er A..
in gnri-uK -
thought of bolting their doors by .ay, were hr guests Ut e
and, as to money, silverrwaio, jewelry I sle ping together in the r
iad the like, women who possebsfed hers. Nothing of theirs was istui bed,
such property rarely placed it under while her watch, rings, bracelets, lock-
loch and kevy. Once in a long while et, pins and heaven knows how much i b
&as servant was caught peculating and frump ry, together with evory ounce of I
was escorted beyond the limits of the the household silver, had been spirited
military reservation and forbidden to off. The foolish matron had not thought
return. But never before in the history of such a possibility as this. She loved
of tme cavalry had the officers' quarters display, and even their recent roverst-t
been entered by professional burglars, had taught nolesson of permanent value.
and there was no question that profes- Hardly had Mrs. Barry ben tuld of i
sionals only could ham- done the deed her h.0s--Le was still in a hali bedl-
with the neatness and dispatch evident der.-:l tate, passing her band over her
in this case. he,'.y eyelids and striving to rouse her-
Yet what 'as tbero to prevent it? self from the stupor that seemed toover- t
The garrison proper was far afield. One COcomO her-when there came a violent
attenuated company of infantry was all 1g at th e frh':.nt door, and Mrs. Turner
that was left to do duty at Russe l. t:uci-dh into the ball. Catching sighted
Only two sentries were posted on each ofNathalie at the foot of the Led, she
relief. Seven privates constituted the p"lu' .g1 1 i Mrousl. into the room.u
awere growling because they only had ben ard the new."' she cried. Mrs.&
three and sometime two nights abed. G and Mrs Frtem have been
One of these sentries was stationed at robbed of every earthly thing they own.
the guardhouse, where quite a number 'Why, what's the matter-yen too? And
of prisoners were confined. The other Miss Baird? Oh, I'm so sorry I And you
paced the long east front of the post, heard nothing-you suspect nobody?
trying to keep an eye on the coal piles, And under cover of the volley of ques-
the ordnance, quartermaster's ad conm. tions addressed to the lady of the house
missary storehouses, the post generally, by her excited visitor Nathalle stole,
which he couldn't see, and tbo front i sobbing, from the romn. When Mra.
gate. All the north side of the poet Turner would hae questioned bhe, the
bnckof the hospital and surgeon'equar- gIl weq
terms and all the northwest and south- Eve n theo eoiteent and shock
West sides of the lokengo shaped inolo- 1oseqn'ut upon the diolovery of bher
sure lay open to marauder, for there ownlosses Mrs. Barry had noticed
W-ro not two back gate~. along office' Nathalieos extreme agitation and her
row that would readily close or that, ieoapo from the room. wben, therdoro,
be.in closed, could not readily be forced. j Irs. Tuzn-r's eyes dilated with eager
It wa" perfectly prea.ticblo for any par- curo-ity and she began rapid queries as
tks-iinttint on pillage to drive out from to the cause of Nathalio's sudden exit,
town and, keeping well away over the the lady w-as quite prepared to parry.
level prairie, to makU a wklecircuit aI "Natbhalie has only boon able to leave
appr.-~ach the p< A from the north or her bad within the last tiwvi days, Mrs.
nortbw-st. They could ftL L1ht or bearintlg ,d ay .c-utry, could y ill, and tsh la till so ,,sok d nerv-
rou tbeir v 'ok-*a l Erf tk" f te tOtre ows Ts Dri. tBint.4' 6-fAlst-a na1d e xciting
to bo entered, kad up with th-lr booty anouaeKX-n-at shocked -her tXly."
od Lo T aegau with no tear of captase *h por cbldtr' cried Mae. Turno.
and Utdto of lo C trptok. sboud OM Oo meo t p to bee ab a see it I
omo of t he womm or chUA4dru be ~aoo 60aocaxtAbtg mr hot."
ovamo theme wm 90 Zv4 6 boom*e *totWO **o4" e el Us& P p
Vtee rmeneeat or "awkete s$ept 00a04 *Nib* ay% o
god Cwy hokMow dtbo wwdp9.4w o wtxx Wi 4 ktuw.J T.+ ;s
swMonaltm, how he i ango mm adenly ead do &onM3d% lo mon, S tit b*k "0A
ewohaoode w'oms. o4od on, aaxiooa to stilece furtber-
Dot how did they know lost what questioning sod to rid bereeg of an Im-
bousae to rob and just where to find the portunato guest who was very much in
valuables in eac- caee? The tracks tbe way. "Will you ask Captain Wal-
Sbowed that a two horl e wagon had tr to come to ce oMe this morning and-
been used and that two men besides the Mrs. Standard to join me-as soon as she
driver were engag-ed in the work. can?"*
Everybody in town was aware of the "Why, of course, Mrs. Barry-any-
fact that the well to door fairly wealthy thing you wish. But I haven't begun to
oflieirs at Russell were Ccl .nel Ather- tell you about the robbery yet. Just
ton, Major Barry, Captains Freeman, think of it All Mrs. Gregg's silver is
(-regV, Tru-cott and Ray, the latter gone as well as all her lovely rings and
having married on heiresd. But the ma- things. It seems like a judgment on her
raiders never disturbed the colonel's for being so careless. I'm sure Captain
bon-. All the silver hal gonr to the Gregg has warned her a dozen times
bank in town and her lady-hip to Chi- not to leave her valuables about. Don't
cago, and there, besides, Mrs. Ather- you think so?"
ton's coachman and two other servants "That it was a judgment on her, Mrs.
tlept, and, furthermore, the band quar- J Turner? Well, if upon her why not up-
tErs were but a short pistol shot away. on mwe?"
They steer.-d clear of Truscott's, where I "Oh, but you didn't lose half what
Baby Jack was teething and keeping his she didI Besides, you're very different.
anxious and devoted mother awake long What did they take from you? Not those
ou-rs each night and where by her bed- bjyavenly sapphires, I'm glad to see."
side hung a crafty little Smith & Wee- And Mrs. Turner's pretty, empty head
son she knew well how to use. Thny was twisting in every direction in her
steeaxd clOar of her dovuted friends and eagerness to appraise the lose&
next door uighLbtors, the Rays, for there "No, not my rings, bit a basket of
ak-pt a d,,ughty ex-trooper, Hogan by silver that we valued for old times'
naie, now their coachman and man of ake and asumo loove ttinkhtt from tbo
all work. in his little arsenal of a room bureau. I fear it's gouo for good," ?said
twck of thekitchen. But they had dared the kind heart Senter, through a rear window uppar- i"yet how MnuIh grcat,:r is .-rs. C.reCg's
tly, the quarters of Major Durry, losl I'mn so Eorry for bLrt"
where a night light buri,:d dimly all "Oh, as U I, and .not a man hb-Tc of
through the hours of darkness, and had our rtgimenut to help iW any way E'* .t
carried away the basket of household Mr. Mayuurd. aild lo' ha llf invalid .tt
Q ereted under Mrs. Barry's tod and a uere bl,yl" lJItirag:Luent of.

thev w etr to li 1 ,- th I' 1.-,. ,- ; ll
til to O (ur al e th l i ii l 11 l, ,- i l -
iort w l',ii h r n' ui l n i le, t,. 'I ri.,,
vu l s iv 'Si k lt!i : .t I. n
Ismt.nm .ber the Maiiie, Lo' s,' and.
\\W e will ca -lih 1 e i ,1 .. t
,.i! is outit ryiog.' -

Vid--Y emsTake


through the winter? If so, we
are sure it quieted your cough,
healed the rawness in your
throat, increased your weight,
gave you more color, and made
ou feel better in every way.
ut perhaps your cough has

come back again, or you are get-
ting a little thin and pale.
Then, why not continue the
same helpful medy right
through the summer f It will do
you as much good as when the
weather is cold.
Its persistent use will certainly
give you a better appetite and a
stronger digestion.
It will cure your
weak throat and heal
your inflamed lungs.
It will cure every case

of consumption, when
a cure is possible.
Don't be persuaded
to take something they say is just
as good. ..-
All Druggists, .c. and .
ifawarem A hOi a il i tats. t Y..

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-f '

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bbills,ills, and ncitni~put U.lcw-Tiek
husband, Captaln u rc.-, frica cv;
derKIl before a ~co-ur", for .rp'vaa Of
debts that. Mrs. C-rqe- had rownwl ~dd
Fanny Turner wtn, rirowi'n tly, -r~Pc r-
ly and virtuoui.Ay in1ii'g11zu All nLc.C-1il
of the stvry. I-Tcv~'r Lhad s~oasiI tU
living criulowhat, Ghu vwas reprcsixUtt-11
having Eaid.. Signed DI .14 W, -f

was that r'i hii L t. Mi
weans werv gr,.gdv 5tr)a
the failure rof thotr 111w -- Ll-v'mI
dered puoo .' 1,J-,t kl 1: L- t` .;Eiileyata
aS to Fr3D41 in ti..-. 2 1 11 ')ti thuG.
whEn, if lwV i 'tV.I~
Gregg won!t'. ~r .1)~ Iij-
tiod. EVI-r dJ *'
as.he *freLd

0e Oraa I T--a
uld f eel, et.4.it, %& &s allvtwry guit.:A
Plansiblu, and thu IC16itt, :i1Cd c ,*tieaud

invo pit ad' -)0fr Iicx, t.-,. t'I a 1w0,;
sho and ii r-. I ~ Ludi. ':*6 li t-O
day of (l.i,'a *!PI]iuo!.] ti u L r ti I r U xujn
confideuct-s in tho -;unt. IM'dr--. itt.
knew. how Sho Ci.it:!,LiL~r
frm cue of her i ~ cf .i'dLs.

Jug thero 4 ru'uH, uT. a c
eorred t~o u:LLur %wha'! :'!-l !]hI lL- j,r !
tvhexeit, Uinst huLg v~iti uint-iit
M~rs. Gregg jj~~:~' .
the truth to ig!:. U(M r tL.o~
upbraiding, dtAIL.", ;i~,l,' n

Mdrs. Ryei tt 1:r 0 aUS
draw a yoiu. All j,-,r 'I1 'lid.u-
fugs Nvcre aiiu~p ~'y f 1~h~
parted with tho ilk- t..ri.ai' u r
speaking to each othor u;.m.:,!id, ht
really was 5vrlouk, Mrs.5* (jj-, vrute a
long, long letter to bh-r u.'.'-
Mung forth iil The Yh. oiji :,b'
things Fau'ivy '.ui n~r Liad .i oil. .ted, Ju
as Turner baI ..~ tX.aa.ll .
conirade, and trikcul Nwith IV.'1mom h. 'beI
campaigned all osv,r tchi countryy,
marched and Pcoutod, sliriuished aad
starved, shared his last dropi or crust or
blanket many and iauauy n tinie, nlow
Coldly avoided Mtnt, tuid Trni-'s a,
allow face grew sad~h-r still ni&s tl .A tw
battalions cameliCjL'gfVil-ba1n- "
There wae no need to ask wL'.itA was the
Matter, no use In trying to e-.plAuI c r.
condone. "Itit3 illni wyfaul-, was tht3
burden of his song. *-i tb m1id tacocr-
rected that tendency ljong ycrnrs ngo. It
is too late now. "

1C~i~LjifY ~l~l~lf

Thle"Oreglon's" irav' 51eie int
tlhe Fire-iLoom.
S" rgr. Frle ic l A. H JIT4ec. of
the battle-ship Oregon, wt ite.- iH a
letter to his father, in .\McMtni ;ll-,
Oro., under date of July 7: **When
the Maria Torsea, had beauclied lier-
self and hauled down her colors, u
shaped our course for thle Vzmava.
which was about 500 vyai,l. ahe.il ot'
us and sitoeiiiing hert, lOjet. \Vi
opened fire oni her wiLh .uri tio for-
ward 13-incI, four -iunch. aid t.o
6-intch guns. Th1l g11un,.rs k.ipt
firing as fast as they cound. All the
time the fight was giving oni we were
steaming under forced dlrautiht
which was very hard on iur ti -, ,ot
force. The heat in the ldu e rn
was 165 degrees. Yon ill w.vnlt-r
how men can stand such he' it, but
they did'it, a d we give th.in til ., *-.:i-
it which they are iVl.y )'itillIM
to. The ullti,'-.i -,nt I i. z.s i
and dozens of bo ll, .. i.-l ii i
revive then andti \\o e i itiL,'e.t irL,
along t ll 0 p:,s .4 '- 'a l". 1i ,,'. i I
thld iie-l'im nlM to hel:l ll ti,,- nit.'
ilth lli; uawaL .v'ly tint .\ it a l'iji.
ti t IlI a 1 c ,- ll ,l a :-,t :, i l' ,', i.. ,

scuic am damond., Soldiers wh

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MelT.-It miva bo romomborefbd tha It-
. mid Is not a wholly reliable motive pow-
S sand If the sailors sometimes find it im-
p siIbll a ak schedoldule timneltnmu t be
'6 arged tohe elements; they do the best
'ethev can.

The Cleopatra arrived from Pen-
uanla T esuday morning, heavily la-
denn, as usual, with merchandise,
princVally for thme owners of the ves-
el], L Ware & Co. She sailed
pua__l_ a again yesterday.


C'JK the Eas FRANI \VII EI it LL.
n i ty Mai ietwecu ";t.

7:30 p. .le.Jio ^a^ --r--Pd

frt Ig it riaL I.-, e- r.te ct:ird in thi' S.V- -
.eral postolh,:er.
Davi M. Wi r HEIiLi., Contriactar.

LeavesSt. Andrews Bay every Tue.sla.y,
leaves Pensacola every Friday,
(weather pern tittiog). Special atten-
tion will be given to receiving Miid
forwarding freight. for Darties living on
East and North Bay, Lassengers for
points on either arm of the Bay can
depend upon securing prompt trans-
portation at reasonable rates. For
further information apply to
M L. M. WARE & CO., Agts

A Week's Weather.
The following table gives the maxi-
mum, minimum and mean tempera-
tures, the rainfall and direction of the
wind, for the twenty-four hours ending
at 7 o'clock p. m., as indicated by U. S.
government self-registering thermom-
eters. Max:Min. Mean. R'ri W'd
Aug. 10 97 73 85 .85 nw
11 81 72 76 1.21 e
12 88 74 81 M8 sw
13 89 75 2 .00 sw
14 94 72 83 .00 ne
** 15 91 78 82 .66 e
16 92 72 82 .25 nw
For week... I 90 I 73 I 83 3.65

Parker Lodge No. 142
-F'. & A.* J .
Itegular C(ommuni-
cations on the first
rW and third Saturday
inl each month.
Visiting Brothers
W. A. EMmo.s. Secretary.

Dr. J. I. Terry, of Trimble, Tenn., in
speaking of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol-
era and Diirrhoea Re'bedv. says: "It has
almaIost become a necessity in this vicini-
"I." This is the best remedy in the
e**14 for colic, cholera morbus, dyeon-
t ry and diarrhoea, and Is recognized as a
. . . - I_ -_ - . .. -.. A .. .._ -l S


meesselly wherever its great worth and -The republicans representing the
merlt becomes known. No other remedy victorious wing of the party in St. An-
is so prompt or effectual or so pleasant to drews had a demonstration on the hill
take. Sold by L. M. Ware & Co., St. in front of the hotel on Friday night
Andrews and Bayhead, and all medicine last, consisting in bonfire, firing of
dealers. ': John Gillespie's cannon and such other
,- Horse Model Makers. noise-producing agencies as were ob-
"Making full sized models of horses tainable; the jollification being in hon-
Il quite a distinct and well paid busi- or of the seating of their -delegation in
ness, the models for the whole world the Ocala convention. The extent and
almost being made in London," said enthusiasm of the demonstration can
the manager of a great firm of carriage be better imagined than described
builders in Long Acra
"There is scarcely a considerable car. when the fact that it was heard for sev-
rlage bullS* or dealer anywhere who en or eight miles in the country is
has not in his shop or warehouse one known. Fireworks had been ordered
or more full sized models of horses (we in anticipation of the event, but they
and some other firms have respectively did not arrive in time and will be held
several such models always), which are for some future occasion. A similar
not only used as a mere attraction, but demonstration over the same victory
are also, being movable, put into differ-
eat sets of shafts, so as to show custom. was indulged in at Parker on Monday
ers how a complete turnout will look night.
d"Then, again, extra good models are
made for exhibitions, shows and the The Young Peoples Baptist Union
like, and many of the best harnessmak- meets at the Baptist church every
aer in all countries keep them in their Sunday at 3 All invited.
shops for trying on purposes. Sunday at 3 ,. All in it.
"I have givun as much as 10 and 70 The Y. P. S. C. E. neets ev-'riy Sun-
guineas for a good model, but of coursM, day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at th,<
"-te general run of these things costs far Presbyterian church. All int-.re-ted.
less, cept for tzhibitiuon purposes. I in Ch-rit-iau Endeavor wo!'k atr.
have so6 e, models made of the L.in of c-ai-.C'tlv invited ito arten]
a real hore., '"tthu Imitation variety ..
is the rnle. ' a-tI Bicikle i'.s Armien Salve.
models-quite artists in their way,
aome of them-are alto the .llers, a 9 The Bs S--alve in the wo'ald for cuts
''- P o'?>ar s tWtkly9 burns, scores, Ulcers, salt rheunm, Se,,,
La'. "-!rParsoun h wVe( sores.tetter, chapped lands, chilblain5.
eEEP yourblood pureyour or and all skin cr-i.,tionis, and posi-
KEEP your blood pure, your appe- tively cures piles, ori no pay required-
tite good, your digestion pefot It is guaranteed to vi peect ,. tis.
by taking Hood's Saranparilla, which faction or money refunded. Price 25c
has power to keep you WELL. per box. For sale by all druggista.
Thiera and the Peaches.
The Duel With Morgan O'Connell, Baron Pierre de Coubertin, in an ar-
Alvanley's rare appearan-es in the tile on "Royalists and Republicans,"
house of lords made his best friends re- in The Century, relates the following
great that he did not take an active part anecdote: M. Thiers had never lived at
in politics. He showed himself a good the Elysee, the scat of government dur-
and effective sp>.aker, with an excep- ing his presidency having been at Ver-
tional knowl,'.gv of Irish -politics, on sailles, but his receptions had remained
which he wrote a very able pamphlet. legendary. He retained in official life
An awkward question he put to Lord all his bourgeois habits. Jules Simon,
Melbourne led to the memorable duel with that delicate raillery, gentle and
with Morg)W'Connell. The question inimitable, which gave character to his
irritated O'Connell pere, and, with his most insignificant anecdotes, was tell.
customary truculent coarseness, he de- ing me one day how 3M. Thiers, at a
bounced Alvanley in the commons as ae large breakfast, had drawn toward him
bloated buffoon. 'As usral, there was a fruit dish which ornamented the
Some truth in it to give sting to the in- middle of the table, and in which were
Vective, but in any case the insult-must some choice peaches, and had prepared
have been followed by a challenge. The to sever one of these, saying to his
agitator declined to come out, and Al- neighbor, "Shall I give you half of my
vanley threatened personal chastise- peach?" Mme. Thiers had been looking
client Therefpon Morgan took up the at the peach with an indignant air. "I
glove on his father's behalf in a letter thought," said Jules Simon, "that she
characterized by his father's scurrility. was angry with her husband for not
They met, to exchange sundry shots having known enough to wait for the
and to part scatheless, butr without any servants to pass the fruit, but that was
apology. Alvanley observed.afterward: not the trouble. Not able to contain
"What a clumsy fellow O',onnell must herself longer, she exclaimed, "aBut,
be to miss such a fat fellow as I aml mon ani, those poaches are for dinner!"
Ho ought to practice at a haystack to And docilely the president restored the
...LJ I.. ... .. ..- .1A1 ocielAth pAsien1r %9--lth

"So lovely!" "Just the thing!" and
"How nice!" came from various parts
of the hall.
"I would suggest that we fir.4t Alke
up the landlord, ns he"-
Cries of' "'AMun thing!" "PrcP.n-ai:
as a porrolain ath tuib a year my,.,I'
"'Won't paper ti,- hldll" ( --"is tuof oteLo rtr-e cc. -tr.f--Cati l-d-
ing evils. Aft(r dispou,-sg of him, I
think perhaps the janitor "-
Cries of "Disobligiijg crcatrrel'"
"Freezes us to death" "Absolctcly in-
suiting!" etc.
-"should claim our attention. W'?
all can speak with deep fv'liL,-' on this
branch of the subject, and pae-sil.ly we
may find it necessary to limit discussion
of it. Then I would sruggtst that we
group children and dogs"-
Cries of "The petal" "Darlingsl"
"Dirty creatures!" "Noisy youngsters I"
-"and close with a discussion of flat
building gossips, theo most troublesome
and notorious of their kind."
There was a dead ih. inet. us she ceas-a:l
speaking. The women looked at each:
other in a bewildered sort of way, and
then almost as one person they got up
and moved toward the door.
'"Personalities should be barred," said
one as she angrily marched out.
"'I never was so insulted in all my
life," said another-
And thus the chairman was left alone.
-Chicago Post.
"What are Wadkin's ideas of true
economy? He says that they have made
him rich."
"He never pays his debts. "-Detroit
Free Press.

THE WHOLE system feels the
effect of Hood's air-iiap:arilla--stom-
ach, liver, kidneys, heart, nerves are

-Wannamaker & Brown's samples
for Tailor Made Suits at L. M. Ware &
Co's. Callarnd get prices.
--Allens Tasteless Chill Tonic, Sar-
saparilla and Yellow Dock are the
best. For additional evidence call on
Dr. J. J. Kester.
-"Lewis' men's and women's Ox-
ford ties, from $1 to $2, and a nice lot of
patent tip low cuts at $1 a pair at at L.
M.Ware & Co's.
-Rev. Long of Marianna hold divine
service in the Presbyterian church last
Sunday night, the house being filled to
overflowing for the occasion.
-Please call at the Pioneer Drug,
Store and try that Diamond brand,
double refined kerosene oil, and haveI
an elegant, bright light and no smoke.
-A iood big Tablet for 5 cts; a larger
one for 8 cts and a good thick school
tablet with 175 leaves for lOcts;. all with
handsome covers andgood, ruled paper,.
at the BUOY office.
-Dr. J. J. Kester is remodeling and
erlar inmg the house just nobth of the
Pioneer Drug Store and will occupy it
as hics residence when completed. John
Sturrock i< supcrintending the work.
Hev. L G. Gann having returned
SI, will occupy hisana,
own pulpit in the 'i. E. cliurch next
Sunday, morning and evening.
-The St. Andrews Bay lHorticultIural
and Improv-ement Company is prepar-
ed to clear, improve and plant into fruit
any tract of land which may be given
them. It will pay all persons to buy a
tract from them and have it improved.
-Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either St.Andrews Bluff, orBuena Vista
Point, at 8c. per dozen; also map of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 12c. per dozen, at the
BUOY office
-I. Godard, proprietor of the Rack-
et Store wishes to inform the people of
St. Andrews and all visitors that, from
now on during the summer he is pre-
pared to prve Ice Cream on Wed-
nesday and Saturday of each week;
also ice cold soda water at all times.
-Our up-country guests are thinning
out' some-more than thirty of them
having taken their departure for their
homes within the past week. They
were unanimous, however, in speaking
well of St. Andrews and our people and
promise to visit us frequently ih the
-If you are thinking of buying prop-
erty in St. -Andrews or immediate vi-
cinity, you cannot afford to purchase
until you have conferred with the pro-
prietor of the BuoY. If you arc short of
money and want to buy on your own
time for acTutl settlement you can be
-All readers of the Buoy will be in-
terested in the cormbinatinu offer made
" -.. w 13 !-, !,' they can secure
outirel e of"rcst., a yearly subscrip-
tion to the Columbian, published at
Boston, and an elegant souvenir spoon
of Sigsbee and the battleship Maine
We have also made.arrangements.by
which wevecan gve a Dewey, Sampson
Schley. Lee, Miles or Hobson spoon 4n
place of the Sigsbee pattern. Every
reader should take advantage of this

Mrs. L. Wiselogel drove dowr.,
from their Pleasant Hill Farm near
Chipley, arriving on Friday morning
last, bringing Capt. L. M. Ware, on
his return from the republican state
conver.tion at Ocala. )iurs. W. ro-
mained two or three days, the guest
of Capt. and Mrs. Ware.
Neld Calhoun of Marianna arrived
via. Bayhead oi tihe mail launch
Tuesday evening and joined his pa-
rents and accomplished sister who
have been sojourning in Old Town
for several weeks.

Florida centrall & Peninsular
Jailrohdl Tax Case.
The application for a writ of pro-
hibition on'the part of Attorney-Gen-
eral Lamar against John White and
theo F. c. & P R. it. company was de-
ciide,.l by the il!itr I em CiiiC t ,"n .1ily
31, 1 9'5'. Th? niapliie:,iiie., u. s
granted and a w it of pr,,hibiiion wasi
odlered, to .im ne against -'rid jud: i

thali. t-fi tio

Ceopt as t ithe line. ult' I from
Jacksonville tLi Clihajtahocliee and
brai nc in the Mlate court.s as to stataudl
county taxes in the counties of Na,-
sat, Clay, Bradford, Ala-hua and
Levy. The taxes due in said coun-
ties are divided as follows:
For the state, $19,164.44, and for
Alachua county, $4.250; for Bradford
county, $2.305.39; for Clay county,
$993.00; for Levy county, $4,341.64,
and for Nassau. county, $7,994.00.
Should the railroad company ap-
peal the case to the an.r,.ine court
of the United States it will delay the
collection of these taxes, but it is
thought not beyond the first day of
January, 1899.
The taxes due upon the lines of
road from Jacksonville to Chattahoo-
chee and brandices are still in litiga-
tion between the state and the rail-
road company.
Should the same be adjudged by
the courts to be due to the state and
counties interested, they wouMld be
distributed as follows: For the state,
$24-,125.84, and for Suwanee county,
$4,171.29; for Baker county, $:;,."3
12; for Columbia county, $2,343.1,'3;
for Gadsden county, $:1,O;(s 08; .,r
Jefferson county, $3,.2t.,6.4; for Leon
county, $7,4-2'1,20; Tor Madlison.cone-
ty, $7,814 17; (or \VWakull; t county,

Some time ago a little bottle ofChaim-
borlaiii's Colic, Cholera ana D trhL..:c.i
Remedy tell into my hands, just at a time
when my two-yoar old boy was terribly af-
flicted. His bowels were beyond coatroe.
We had tried many homedies to no pur-
pose, but the little bottle of Colic, Chol-
era and Dirrrhoea Remedy speedily cured
him. WILLIAM F. JoNES, Ogles )y, Ga.
For sale by L. M. Ware & Co., St. An-
drews and Bayhead, and all medicine
.. t. -thev Personal.
"Ladies," said the chairman of the
meeting of the Woman's Advauced-d
Thought and Practical Expericnea club,
"this meeting, I believe, was announced
to be a symposium on the subject of
'Apartment House Nuisances. '"
There.was a murmur of assent and
approval, and from the way every wo-
man in tho hall straightened up it was
evident that there wasn't one of them
who didn't feel that sho had s, n..t' 'iag
of imprurtance to say on the subject.
"I hope," continued the chairman,
"that we will be able to get tlhr.' i:h
this afternoon, but it is unquestionably
a most comprehensive subject, and, with
your permission, I will undertake to di-
vide it so that we can take up one fea-
thre at a time."

Com fort s Reachi Tampa.1
'The flull r l ttter rec.ei'., ,'l y I

rest ar L ht t it may have beeun
eitertained rA to thi Safe arrival of
tl St Ainliews l:.Ties' cont ibution
t .i11, :-.' llit-r boys: O
TAMPA FLA,, July 28. '98.
:Denr Sist,-r: The box of nice
eom fort la-ag .sent by you received
today. \We think you yery kindly
for Ithem ,They are very acceptable
to ,'.nr s.Mli-cr boys. I wish you
could. see tIcit as they surround
us at our head ,lu riders when
we have (uncjf,rt bags to ,ii'ti l.nto.. Ave always give them
with : I,,'.iiig hand clasp, a word of
cheer, a v'-rd for our e:iuIe and a
word c.minnitti;ig them to the dear
F.ther's care. We have ten or more
th ls;Iald sillwi,', with us yet, and
% tI!ii .ir w,,rik very great. We
l:m: I itributciit thousands of conm-
fort b t.rs, awl are now receiving anti
disiti lnntia. supplies for the hospital
from rnmiy .i laeos. Indel c our work
seems toi ictea-' ilt'uitea oft'.iniKisih.
We have reec-ivced hundred of articles
for the hospitals-and delicacies for the
sick in large quantities, and are so
thankfini we' have them for our boys.
Again thitanking you fir the comfort
Yours 'I Loving Feltowslhp.

Remarkable Roscue.
,, *-. i,.i a,:l il curtain, Plaiiie l..1,
Ill., ina!:-..- le &at'OiieLut that she
caught .o.1,, wiich .-t t!e i ,, her lungs;
i t ',:-t-I fJJi a i, ',itilh by her
rarn :v pi.,'-ii 'iij. bl't ,. '.:'. ( worse. He
t .Id Lti jj., a haope.,sa- victim of
.,_ .,1 lie r], t; tt nl ;nedicitte
,',' ii] '--- IT.t t. I'- lr i [i rt11 ".",- -{~
rtl Dr. Ifonr!'C Newi'. I 'i .r'.,i:y fwr ('un-
- Ln.t .n:i: sil,' bi'nitglt :L .,ttle and to
ite.a' ,ti-ighl. fund hli .-i':..f benefited
fitI I .t .'. i ntinued its
i.: a-r. l a .t'ttaf e t jakir l, siix teltt found
Lt-r-i..tf ,ud and well; Low does her
own lhU~eI\\.rk, arnd is a. well as she
ever wa. .pre-t trial bottles of this
Great Di-c('verv at auy drug store.
Large blottls 60 cC-tits and .l.

His Len!-rt FrWay of Trruating For teformsa-
tioni Emtnbro Criminals.
mui iniau,_ r. f Patinztsa Butterworth
i ,,',,., ot tb.., ni;,-'i v!ioI t., lh ve that a
.r -, t .*ta in t; at,-ru y is l, ti.r :.'-d.
in .-id..- t..w.-.ig Ai .L-ryo criminals on
thl r-..adt , aj.'..,rlitii)u rai'l u :tting them
on ti-.- r.ot t.o r,-'lihtti.:unes'i than in
co:rr;ilrtz ttim fi.r shbipin-ut to the.
[eUite t i.r,ry, vh, ro th.'y racre thrown
lut:,,ss -in h .]u vit.h 1,pr",. -i:iul crooks.
-,_r, l y. -;r--a W :.. ja'r L'ut'terworth
w~ .- i..-. atinl' .ltr-rn. in southern
Cl:i a d boh'l d th.:' ': i".. n..uity to test
hi l tli-ery r.i'. r 0.,! thl li:!--'r iI'ui .tiorn
that should tbe ii d in d..aliu-g with
min n.,-.lyg lau..-l, il iit-i crime. A
Vy,,.':iu. fariI a u .rva. a..-.ti-l for passing
cuuutirf1'it Viiil.:,, rs, as the 50 cent
nii'. w ins inovn, ,uil the case was put.
in the ha* of Major. Butt Thpe yun-g Tau til11 his story. Ho had.
savu.l si'v-ria hundred d ,liars, had left
his wife nia little: children +and had
taklb'in t nait k ,'. n cthi-Miisi1l-ppi river,
ILu *-iu sett o .11a new farm ho
was ti biuy'vlh lIi. hLard earned sawv-
jiug. Un t4h ,at Li he mut. an exteinely |
l,..i ut ajj(.' 11 ,d' -h.d striamUr -r. who
hI ruj, ,rl4 i i i anii- ..i--i I and ,L Ctl lt.i ei',d to
n7luk- hit icft n.,i. uble. In a l n:oiueut
,ot .:-rr.tu a !i ial.- e l.v the c-.Lra3p:g.r told
S.in l s a' ", ri-i.'w.1 v..,- mado. from '
],lar.: t.lLt hbu rine:.rl;" loilLii to the
gev.aneit ut : whi:'h the giVrumnat.
hadl int ini' sBought t,} recover, etc. -
Th, v;,eunliu in was 'lru,.;: by tht re-
mark-alL, n1 1nd tof acquiring wealth
when hc 1,l *ilhid and saved for years
to get li: tI.3 hnI.,a.L.. In a burst of
g'n, r.."ty thh -at _-.:,:" offered to ex
chan._,a st,.. ,ef h.. mnony for green-
backs bl,,a i-i,.. t., L.is new found
friend, so h th tfe l:,taer should have
two dollars f.r en-r-y ,,ne he possessed.
The :ait \.'s freunptin, .and the fish bit
At the ij. Ai ,mhding tie well dressed
man di:qai',.arc.i I rtin the boat and the
dp,_ L..i-ic:,: aiurn,.d. He became sus-
picioun- if 1ii ni w ronoy and was
afraid t._ otf r in payutent of his pas-
sage. H,. t,.,:, l:t t.b- 1.oat, determined
to go Ieac': hbrit,.. He- started to walk
and became f,,,o,',ir'. Ht 1..-gan shoving
the money to tiu,- sconli flhing to eat, the

c.-ianr i,. it \ws diic'r re-I and the ar.
rest was nid.. i iajr Biuttrwoirti took
in the situation..
"I told that yiun, g n.i.'" he said, in
1r *.1tin:r. th st.-v, "tilir ift God had
made hi :-i d i-ili5.-st m.:u l had failed
to put a .i-!u ,:.in tila it 1 told him to
go homu t te hi., $itf', ai ',-Ildron as an
honest n.;m. H .,oult ..-:,ri.ocly realize
that h i..,l '.-' i.a the p- .anitentiaxy.
He went humf-. jn l at more honest or
better i-i i; -in I;. do r,,t know today.
Th.it mhan hi i id t i .hi hi.iatit of a crimi-
nal, but if hi hn 4 l..i i- tt to the p, ni-
tentiary Lii- .1bikIe, in w'.ill have been
dii:ru, ,ei jr li,t' 1'l pr, iabily he would
havy 'bei),.'ri I l., t i ini, ,ual class for

was i. norniously heavy, had to be coun-
terbalanced by massive iron weights,
but so evenly was the weight distributed
tLat th .hr.nu c:-,iuld ti, raised or low-
errd irj.tiri t!he pr;E-=uro of fal.ut-
jns 1111.1
to use the. eleo"tric iron cur tan was tu
Comedic Francaise, in Paris, and the
inWtallutio..n was made by an Auiericnu
electric company. This curtain is worked
by a two horsepower motor and can be
lowered at a maximum rate of four and
one-half feet in a second. In many the-
aters the iron curtain is now superseded
by one of asbestus, which is infinitely
less cumbrous and equally serviceable

VF^^n KNpase
,-w.-d.' ,L h ..tL..^:

F. -r the speedy and permanent cure of
better, salt rheum and eczema, Cham-
berLiin's Eye and Skin Ointment is
without an equal. It relieves the itch-
ing and .ni',t"rF-n almost instantly and
its continued use it sa permanent
cure. It also cures itch, barber's itch,
scald head, sore nipples, itching piles,
chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and
granulated lids. *
Dr. Cadyes Condition Powders for
horses are the best tonic, blood purifier
and vermifuge. Price, 25 cents. Soldby

A Considerate Rector.
The rector of a small country parish
in the midlands had lived among his
people a simple, unuobstrusive life,
which had endeared him to the hearts
of those who knew him. In very cold
weather he would invite the congrega-
tion to come and warm themselves at
the stove before leaving the church.
Under other conditions of weather his
thought fiuiess for the comfort of his
flock took a somewhat different form,
and at the end of a half hour's sermon
he would sometimes say, "As the
weather is still so inclement I will, my
dear friends,, lengthen ty discourse
somewhat in the hope that it may clear
later. "-Corunhill M 'ii -.

has demonstrated ten thousand
tUmes that it is almost Infalliblo

Irregularities and derangements.
It has become the leading remedy
for this class of troubles. It exerts
a wonderfully healing, strength-
ening and soothing infence upon
the menstrual organs. It cures
"whites' I and falling ofthewomb.
It stops flooding and relieves sup-

Sirecu. s nd nainfnl mrnenstruation.
-'or C'i.ngr,'o Life it is the best
medicine iado. It is beneficial
during pregnancy, and helps to
bring children into homes barren
for years. It invigorates, stim-
lac.+, .'r.- i.. *,H a a '..? ,h,'l. ,~~yS-
tn,. i;. eI.., iL i, t r '!l i c-c d
to l alHi i ic S nra er V'hy wI
antv Wrtian :SL : r lan.athtr hidiute
v.ith cr.-r.. ") rF'iet wr.h.n reach?
WVI"ae of CLadui only c.>ts jd..t0
per o'.t ie .a y our drug .r .-ie.
Fur nduzc-e. nrt c:'~ i v,-',ir'K e sprcfial
directio-ts, a aire gf!",.7 ft a,
Thi ('Ct Ch.art- .;iir(' Chai
pe.. J. W. SMI'TK. Csnden., 5.C., sis:
,M w:ts rIsd Wine ot Cardut at hume
for -a'lii'g of the womb cni iI entirely
cured her."

Don't Tobaooo Spit and Smoke Your Life Away.
If you want to quit tobacco using easily
and forever, be made well, strong, magnetic,
full of new life and vigor, takeNo-To-Bac,
the wonder-worker, that makes weak men
stroiag. .Many gain ten pounds in ten days.
Ove.r 400i,i0'.) cured. Buy No-To-Bac of! your
dri,,t:,t. under guarantee to cure, 50c or
Sr*,'. HBooklet and sample mailed free. Ad.
zrerling RemedyCo..(ht': ,c or New York.


A GratefulM
Tells 3il
Raby 3roa

,',- ,', .
pli.'t.ic'l9 th
', r;a'., avi .
oi u of hi:i fi
al anre.d trial
t i- a),e; w; 9

Ing sore v
grew w.rs-
three tn mun
nood's Sa
wa- l-rl-P
ne' cr ret ur
burt Lt basi
, '.ro i: ous
Hu:ead'a 9'ars
gratet.it. I'
a.i rg,-oth
icin-:." 'Mn
ton, Pt


OOTH, FAIR SKIN xanmuaton.
NOtic' i, !Lrebi given tha an ex-
ther Writes this Letter- aminati;o. ', te: 'er' e.. h be held *t
jboLt Her Troubles when the court ihoiu in V nol .-;i, iag
out with Scrofula Sores. at 9 o'clock on T' ay Sept. 6 and
I.- .,- liths, my baby sti:.. not less than Wthrc day. s
-- ,'. -,uton hisright Each exanminee must r vide hium '.j rI!. i,:. external ap- herself with pens, ink, and legal cap
W-, ..2 think or hear of,
li. c,.,c- prtadalloverone taper, ald with ndorsement of good
We r tisulted a physi- -moral character. Examination fee
L .-r .;, icli,-, and in week one dollar.
-ne. But to my surprise in .
ri ancbi.-r bcrofuluus look- Examination in Theory and Prac-
,ared on baby's arin. It tice of Teaching will. be taken froin
d worse, and when he -was "Browning's Educational Theories,"
Sold, I biEgin giving him
larilla. I also look Hood's published by C. L. Kcllogg & Co.,
r-nd bEfore the first bottle New Yor k, N. Y.
hbc Eorrs were welland have C. .hocKtY
. c. is now fouryenarsold. Supt. Public Instruction,
-r had any slp-a of thosOe \7 iton County.
s ainc., he war. cured by "
rille, for which I feel very
boy owes bis good health Fireproof Sheet Iron Curtainn.
ir -kin to this great med- One of the regulations in certain
S. WrrOTEN, Farming- European theaters was that every thea-
G-et only Hood'e. ter be supplied with a sheet iron cur-
s. --- tain, by which, in case of necessity, the
an r:prompt, ilnt and auditorium could be completely isolated
S It-Iy .ff,-t. P e,:uts. from the Stago. This curtain, which
r tae

Feed all Sale Stable


Chipley, Florida.

.-A -. GrA. IP.,OI :i-, Ot. OI TZ. W .

nrantser1 .. fSt. Andrews Bay or other points
can arrange for conveYaS- 'at reasonable rates by ad-

dressing, A. J. GAY, Chitley, Fltdda.

i. 1'. BR.CI-:IN. 1 CA.SI- STOR,E-. 1 W. L. BRACKIN


D. ilitdiel 's Drl +stOre,


Fresh and of Guaranteed Purity.,

Offers His Professional Services to the Citizens of St, Andrews and
Surrounding Country.
May be roud at bis residence on Bunina Vista avenue at i ight.


PESAGOLA, Fia. Opposite Waiting 'oom of Unitn Depot,
s the Piace for Passengers Coing to and fromrn

Rooms Comf portable! Terms Reasonable!

East Bay Cash Store.

P AR K E R, F L A.

Our Stock is Complete, Our Prices the Lowest
rT""lTle Trading public is a.--,ired that .ve will fit be undrsohld.
The Higiiest asiiket Price Paid for Country Produce!

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,r Y miscellaneous Machinery,

Manufactured Only' by








Thursday, Aug. 18, 1I88.

Correct l by i. Ware & Co
4ugar, "J t Tea, lb
Granulated ..: if No....... 75
(tffee,A,. .... Gunpowder.. 80
Lt bruwn..... 6 Uiicol'd Jap,. 50,
,,ftee, eC.nd milk,. can
Green,.... 12@20 Uuswvcl'd.I.0
Arbuckle,perBh 15 Seetened ... 8..
Singer snaps 31 ) 2.3 Baking powder
ratickers, .- lda 8 oyal...... . 50
!obIacco, plug ~af 1 Campbell .... l
taibihs Canned fruit
Londonlaye'rs. 1 t11 l'e:Lches... 10ai.5
ValenciA .... .. Tomatoes. .... 7a10
lici ... ... 64 Apples ........ 10
kpples ` Pear ......... 15
Evnporated... 1:4 Plumin ......... 25
Dri-d Peaches 8 Apricot........ 25
Conal Oil prgal.... .15 Strawberries... 20
as liie . .20 'iieapile.... 20
Vloridia Syvitp... 40 Canned Ml.-nts
loney......... 1.00 Roast Be r. .. 15
- 7iiugnI. ....... 30 Corned Ieel'... 15
' cheese pr b1 . . -I&- L'Ahip oed ]eer. :o
Butter......... 2." Lob'ster....... 20
Lard .... .. . 7 Salmon....... 15
Hans .......... 4 Canned Vegetal;-les
Cocoanut Flig. .. 1( ikt-d leanx. 15i

S. ......45 unpkin...... 15-
Eggs per doz.. 1 S
I)P. .I

Flour I Uir
9 ) N & ...... 3. t0 D. S. pr ,..... 7
Majesttic .... 3.'5 Bacon Sides..... .H
Jorn Meal pr iu 70 Fresh ....... 8al0
sat Meal piti- lb... 5 Br'kf'st Bacon.. 11
jour per lhu........58 Ham canvassedl2 2
. Potatoes shiouldets ..... 10
S Irish....... 1 20 Beef
Early R'se seed 1.20 Corned ......... 8
S cet. ... .i06i5 Fresh.. ...... 8tl0
S alt, pr sack ... 85 Dried ......... 25
Talle ........ 5 Milk pr qt ...... 10
Nails. ver lt3".,n4; Ax,with handle. 75
Galv wire do.(ima6 Hoes, each....35at50
Manilla rope...9a1' 2Ctqt paint, can 45
-Stoves cook,. .8a25 Linseed oil, gal55@60
Pipe, per joint 15
Prints, per yd.. .5a8 Cheeks ....... 5a542
Sheetiags .... Sa9 Flannel ......15a40
luslini ...... ..9all Thread per spool. 5
Jeaans ....... 15a45 Shoes, ladies. $1a2 75
Exit apanits pat 225 Men's. .. $1 40a300
Hay pr cwt. Tal .0t5 Oats pr hu....... 55
Bran.......... 1.25 Brick pr M..... 13.00
Rope Sisal .....7@9 Lime pr bbl...... 75
1 1 1FU It. amid NUUTS.
Ora gses pr do.. 'caiis pr lit..... 15
Apples....... 12 Walnuts. ....... 20
Lemons.. ........ 30 Alhnonds ........ 15
tn shell pr1 ,lll I .t50 Opened pr qt 1.. ISc
Horses. .. 80n IMJ Cows....... $15a$25
liules8.... $50t1a$lO Hogs....... ..$ to $4
'qxei. -pr vyuke $40 Sheep .......... $..
L',0, LTRY
C'ji-kcns catli .15,'2. Geese each. 451aSO
l',irkcvs .. 'iSal.(1( Ducks....... l5a20
Ve,,ieimn pr l) 7AO0 Turkevs ...... 7. l.d0(
l'- -. FISH.
Or resh Salt
M llet pr dot 25c Mullet pr 1l,1 5.00
Trout... . ., "5 Trout .......4.50
1'anwl:ano lir II.. u Pompano. .. 10.00
turgeuon...... 10. Mackeral .... 8.00

Lta rt, F m...$14.00
Face ... 12.11
.ap ... 0,00
Drop siding,
Heart face 'in 14.00
Sap '** o.tJii
Buff ilnmIl,c. S'4 )
Heart shiiiplg s, '2.50
Sap 1.50

Heart, m. ..$14.00
Face ... 12.001
Sap ... 10.00
ixt6 in. mtn.. .$12.00
Finishing lum-
ber, d.. $12@15.00
Latbh, .m .... 2.00
Boat lumber,
dressed .... $20

)eat'ness CainnotL be! Cured
ly local applications. as they cannot
reach the disa-.d poi ions ol' the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi-
tion of tle mucous liringpl' the Eustach-
ean tube. When this tu'Le gets inflamed
Vya have a rumbling sound or imperfect
hearing, and when it is entirely closed
deafness is the result, and unless the in-
flammation can be taken out and t is tube
restored to its normal condition, hearing
will be desl.roy ed forever; nine cases out
of ten arie caused by catarrhh, which is
north ing but an inflamed condition of the
mucous surfaces.
We'will give One Hundred Dollars for
anjy case of d'a.fit--s (caused lv caLtarrih)
hat cian not l.,e cunid lv Hal l's 'a arrh
Cuit. Send for rpiicu:iilnrs I'rc
F. J. C E, RNF.Y & C.., olcdo, O0
.Sold li Druggiata, 75e.
Hall's F:iniliv Pills are the- hesi.
Lavender is still used in English lin-
en closets, bur the supply is t reatened
with extinction. The growers in the
village of Hitobin, one of the chief cen-
sers of the lavender industry, assert that
owing to a succession of bad seasons the
plant is dying out thero, and that, more-
over, they cannot compete with foreign
imitations of lavender water.


Of St. AR rews
and the
Ba y Country.

We have made arrangements by
which we can firni:lt his fine MAP
covering about eighteen miles square
of territory, including the (Oancinnati
Company's Tract, also Harrison,
Parker, Oronmanton, and adjacent
country, for
Or given for 5 ca;li yearly subscriptlous.
By the aid ol this map the location of
lands purchased of the Cincinnati
Company can be easily ascertained,
or, parties may send us $1 and their
description and we will locate their
lots and return the Map by mail.
Address THE .UuOY,
St. Andrews; Fla.
For 5 ealli subscribers,. we will give as
a premium, I Sectional Map of the Bay
country, or 1 Map of the City of St. An-
uews. Either mao sold sinuglV-$1-

URepiiblicaun State Cou ve tiou.
Correspondence of the Buoy.
Pursuant to a call made some
months since the Republican state
convention met 't Ocala on the 9th
There being several couteating
counties, the preliminary business
was, of course, the seating of one
delegation from each contesting
county, which resulted precisely as
it was nnturally supposed, the Long,
or regular republican securing a de-
cisivo and marked victory over the
anti-Long or Egan faction. The
Long delegates from Alachuan, Ecani-
bia, Df)val, Monroe- and Washing-
ton, were recognized after very short
ilelibei atiuols.
Natuinally most interest to this sec-
tion was elicited in the Waslhington
contest. as there had been attempts

made by a small portion of the re-
publicani to organize a bogus or in-
dependent party. But as majority
of Waseaington county republicans
could not appreciate the expedi-

ency of allying their efforts in sup-

port of an o-tionible i'fcilress of
the ineEif -in t.v ; I ijitjoi iiLL.;I- .---6:;

~t)ecit with the regular party,
ani exerted all posiblo influence to-
-anrd lper-erving the purity of the
orgaiizittloill antd tlheorely prevent any
mnovement wliielic could bait result in
the imate ial weaker iing of the party's
prestige both in the cnUtlitnLy and state
at large, the result of which has been
forcibly manifested by the ignomit-
ious defeat accorded the leaders of
the contesting faction at Ocalay
through the seating of R. L. Scarlett,
W. L. Brackin and J. C. Roulhac.
Judging from the universal ex-
pression of St. Audrews, which can
he accepted as a reliable criterion for
the coum4y at large, gAeral satisfac-
tlioi over the result prevails iii all
quarters, and it is to be sincerely
hoped that the late contestants may
soon discover the error of their
course, and discontino thle engage-
ment at its present status.
Free Off'er to Ladies.

After years of suffering and wietched-
ness from irru-ilaritie s and other dis-
eases peculiar to women.. (doctors failing
to do me any permanent good), I one day
found a simple home treatment which did
for me what nothing else could do. To-
day I am strong and healthy as any wo-
mau need be. Every lady can use this
remedy in her own home without anybody
ever knowing it. You need no physician.
It cures every time. If you have any fe-
male troubles of any kiad, send me a
2-cent stamp for a free package of this
sure cure. Address.
Mrs. H. Y. FR ETTER, Demnoit, Mich.
Mention this paper when you write.
Peace, Not War.
Inter arma silent leges, and the mo-
ralities are silent also. But the whole
tendency of human civilization is to
eliminate war or to render it more and
more abnormal. Machiavelliam is there-
fore, it would seem, reactionary poli-
tics, suited in a minor degree, it may
be, to a state of things which we are
outgrowing, but utterly useless and
Inischievous in the civilization of today.
The Roman empire, which Machiavelli
so greatlyadmired, was largely found-
ed in bare military neceWsity and was
sustained by conquest, but the chief
modern states are founded in industry
and the arts of peace, and war is with
then a terrible and rare exception to a
general rule of peace.
The doctrines, therefore, which were
evolved by one of the most subtle of the
world's thinkers, at a time when his
country was rent asunder by the feuds
of contending states, are utterly out of
place in the conditions imposed by mod-
ern life. The state which reposes in the
good will of its citizens is the most se-
cure, and if the dread occasion should
arise when it must draw the sworii to
defend its very existence its cities
will be the more strongly armed for the
encounter because of the habit of social
efficiency which has wben cultivated by
obedience to the doctrine that the one
ground for the existence of the state
lies %A x .N-- Emerson has well called
its "care and cu,,,rof m-. "-Luudon
London's Water Snpply.
The water supply of London is enor-
mous. It reaches 841,461 houses, and
the average daily consumption is
187,580,233 gallons, or a daily average
of about 88 gallons per capital in a pop-
ulation of 5,675,270. The area supplied
is 845 square miles, and there are
5, 147 miles of water pipe and 88,965
fire hydrants. Of this water 107,000,000
gallons come from the river Thames,
51,000,000 from the river Lea and the
rest from springs and artesian wells. In
former years there was a great deal of
criticism directed against the London
water supply because of its insufficient
quantity and its impure quality, but
since 1893, when a parliamentary com-
mission was appointed to investigate
the question, there has been no cause of
The greater part of the supply taken
from tlh Thames oonts from above
Richmond, where the water is compar-
atively pure, and is conducted by a se-
ries of aqueducts into 54 different res-
ervoirs, covering 580 acres, with an ag-.
gregate capacity of 1,9835,100,000 gal-
lons. From these the water is passed
through 120 filtering beds, some of
which absorb 1,000,000 gallons a min-
ute. The water passes through six or
seven inches of sand before it reaohel
the pipes, and this sand is cleaned care.
fully every month.--Chicago Record.
Pilgrims to the shrine of Maria-Rad-
na, at Temesvar, in Hungary, have re-
ceived permission from the bishop to
Bake the journey on bioyclaoa .

The Treating Habit.
It was Pope Telosphorus, who died
before the ? 'ar 150 A. D., who institute
ed Christmas as a festival, though for
soine time it was irregulaily held in
December, April and Kay. but for cen-
turies before there Lad 1,,oyi a feast of
Yule among the northern nations, whose
great enjoyment was in drinking the
wassail bowl or cup. Nothing gave
them so much delight as ladulgence in
"carousing ale," especially at the sea-
s=n of short days, wen fighttig was
Oeled. It was likewise the oustom at all
their feata"tor theb master of the house
to fill la lge bowl orpitober, todrink
tof it firt himself and then give to
bin that sat neat, and so t went
aroSqA." Thista y have been the origin
that Populaxt Ararloan ieato known
targetingg." It is certain that upon
oe Obritftan observance of this glorious
hay have been ingrafted habits taken
.aw rpde aod boarbaroua people. -*"*
Mr. 0. A. Wolfe, of Dundee, Mo., who
travels for Mansur & libbetts, Implement
Co., of St. Louis, gives traveling men and
travelers in general some good advice.
"Being a Knight,of the Grip," he says, "I
have for the Dast three years, made it a
rule to keep myself supplied with -Cham-
.erlAiin's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, and have found numerous occa-
sii, to test it.; merits, not only on my-
self but on others as well. I can truly

height and black as the ace of spades. I
declined his royal offer, although he de-
clared the wives would not be missed."
-New York Commercial
Everybody Says So.
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cure headache, fever, habitual constipation
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: t,. 1 ayent vt ht'e I' n-r'
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tlivir surprise and relief. I hope every
traveling man in the U. S. will carry a
bottle of this remedy in his grip. For sale
by L. M. Ware |& Cu's., St. Andrews
and Bayhead, and all medicine dealers.

Windsor Castle Treasuree.
Those marvelous treasuries, the gold
and silver pantries, which lie close to-
'gether in the northeast corner of Wind.
sor castle, at the foot of the Prince of
Wales' tower, were until recent years
very frequently visited by the queen,
who, with her housewifely love of de-
tail, never considered it beneath her
dignity to make intimate acquaintance
with the vast quantity of articles in the
precious metals, which have either been
personal gifts to herself or form a he-
reditary appanage to her state. Even
lately her majesty has visited her pan-
tries in her wheel chair, and the present
arrangement of the multitude of objects
therein has been made entirely with her
personal approval. Apart from the in-
terest which necessarily attaches to ar-
ticles which are in daily and intimate
use by the queen, the plate at Windsor
castle is acknowledged the finest collec-
tion in the world and is more than
worthy of consideration.
The two so called pantries-which in
reality are strong rooms of the most ap-
proved and well arranged kind-are
separated from one another by the plate
cleaning rooms, which are furnished
with all kinds of known appliances for
the adequate polishing and burnishing
of every kind of rare and delicate gold.
smith's work. All the royal plate is car-
ried to these rooms in rotation and
cleaned, whether in use or not, and the
system employed for giving it out and
receiving it back forms ample and re-
sponsible work for the yeomen of the
pantries and their assistants, many of
whom are veritable giants among men,
as the weights that have to be moved
are very often enormous Collier's

Robbed the Grave.
A startling incident, of which Mr.
John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the
subject, is narrated by him as follows:
"I was in a most dreadful condition. My
skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken,
tongue coated, pain continually in back
and sides, no appetite-gradually grow-
ing weaker day by day. Three phyis-
cians had given me up. Fortunately a
friend advised trying Electric Bitters,
and to my great joy and surprise, the
first bottle made a decided improve-
ment. I continued their use for three
weeks and am now a well man. I know
they saved my life and robbed the
grave of another victim." No one
should fail to try them. Only 50 cts
per bottle, at any drug store.

King Cetewayo Appreciated the Tenosft
SlNailing of "Old Doe Tray"
"There is much in a name, or at least
I think so," said Albert Gerard-Thiers,
the tenor, who once sang for old Cote-
wayo, king of the Zulus Mr. Gerad-
Thiers several years ago bore the Teu-
tonic cognomen of Theiss and had it
(hanged to Thiers. His fame spread, and
his middle name was wedded to his aur-
name with a hyphen.
"I am more French than German,"
he continued, "and my vocal method is
not at all German. Many people im-
agine that a German vocalist is a mas-
teor of the gutturar, and that is one rea-
son why I had my name changed. I have
no prejudice against the German meth-
od, only I prefer the French method of
singing. People who were introduced to
me used to ask if I was German. As I
speak French and not German, I con-
cluded to change my name to Thiers.
My wife is an American, but she has
lived so long in Paris that she speaks
French like a native and has nothing
German in her appearance or mannerss"
"Did you sing in French to King
"No; I sang in English. The old
Zulu was in captivity when I saw him
in Africa. Iwas singing in Cape Colony
in my boyhood days with an English
open company, and after it stranded I
visited the dethroned African monarch.
The English kept him guarded at a
farmhouse, but allowed him privileges.
I sang several operatic airs for him, but
they did not please him, and in despair
I tried 'Old Dog Tray.' He liked it,
and when told the story be said a dog
was faithful and wished me to sing it
again. Then he embarrassed me exceed-
ingly by presenting me with two of his
wives. Each was more than six feet in


r Is a Thing f te P:t.

SPeace Proaiit,; 1, Protocol thN t
Sig e(I- ;uiLli L e-..atlo of
Ilostilities O)'rd'rtcd.
That for wv icth vUly ciltien of
the jUniteil States a ul.. aniI dioubt-
less doue feel gra ful-the and of i
the war with Sipai- is ai assured
efct. 'Thru.,;ihl noi .t i,,n titi0 1 th the
iiUnitel S.tate c,]ncl etid l n ile part
at1" Spain bliy I (Ci.tal4 l,',,l-nch am-
ba'"d a,,. i'rtc l ha beeL.,1 prepar- What does your tnrroreay?
S a .signe, D e been Does it tell you of some little
,'r.iiinlgattc-il v i' hot, h il ,l the streaks of gray? Are you
Unite l States for a li,.tilities to pleased? Do your friends of
i at onethe same age show this loss
cese at once. :of power also?
lIy the ti-rmi. of. te a.greem ent Just remember that gray
S;aiil e.vacuiut.tL Cusn'l anl1 gives up hair never becomes darker
all I1roprietorhip ol tlhe island; without help, while dark hair
P aI-n i. Au h 7 drui e rapidly becomes gray when
'P,ii',, Ii.,o at.l .ui'i. toliv l,.tdroue once the change begins.
Si.sla ,ls hiecorn-e I i .,n.' the
U niteci State ; co' .,t:>ti.>n. a ,, l
i)tlhelir coilne ioni u iti t ecuitLe',l lor lie
1' iliphiies. .r
,peace coimuLiAs i' provided e
for thir-.ngh iwhse j ncy a iperma-
nrnt lenty t jetvweell pailn anit the
United St.qoa u-il b1 ,alt'ted.

Staten n.a fast as train- jot te avail-
able to brii'll 1iLm0. 1

THE NAV EVER READY will bring ack to your hair
AILOR OF TE NAV EVER READY the color o youth. It never
WITH THEIR ISTS. fails. It is rust as sure as
- that heat inmlts snow, or that
The Unavoidable Causes of F1rto-6ts- water quenches fire.
,l e o o-- It cleanses the scalp also
ple Things Start the Quarrels, and Then and prevents the formation of
They Must Be Bettied-Bruteed Corn- dandruff. It feeds and nour-
batants "Pell Down a Ladder., ishes the bulbs of the hair
making them produce a luxu-
The regulation against fighting is per- riant growth. It stops the
haps the deadest of all naval regula- hair from falling out and gives
tions. It is impossible of enforcement. a fine soft finish to the hair
If it were enforced to the 1vtter, pretty We have a book on the Hair and
nearly all hands among the men for- Scalp which you may obtain free
upon request.
ward would be in the "brig" from one you donotobtain n thebenefits
you expected from the use of the
year's end to the other. Fighting is Vigor, write the Doctor about it.
,, ,1Addresa DR. J. C. AYER
practically a necessary evil among men Lowell, 5ass.
who wear their country's uniform for
a livelihood. Officers of experience
blink at it They know the bad, con.
taminiating results of bitterness between ,.
pair of bluejackets under the forecas- : NOT SUPERSTITIOUS.
ta. They have learned that it is better
the thing should be fought out and done o hIam notsuperstitious,
Aoonsidr it pernicious,
with than that dozens of men should be It not absolutely vicious,
drawn into a quarrel that footers and In a man
ows unless the head of it is broken T admit himself so small that he must
b delsive battle between the two men ery little sign and omeni
As the menace of a foonmanL
w'ho have been snarling at each other. attl, I'mtfree to say that Friday
People who have made ocean voyngs Fever, never would be my day
ofteu dwell upon the weariness which r a voture, for I'm sure wouldd never hit
sovoerome them at thbe sight (4 their Though I am not superstitioue-not a bit.
fellow voyagiers' oountenanoes toward really, I*ve no toleration
the end of a pa sage. This is a filing Of that nervous hesitation
which is aggravated a thousandfold And that rom pIerturbatn
aaid theo unoomfortable surroundings of When a dinner party chanced to be thirteen.
a war vessel's foremcastle, the hundreds Why, I've seen that arrant folly
of occupauta of which are oblild to be' Make a whole crowd melancholy,
contanytoeo hr With their whining and their flimsy,
constantly together fr, rfm oeto u i olish reason for the vhimsay.
three y:.cra.&L Ench L, ins i thi -r- Still, I own I hate to be the last to sit,
oughly awure of all his .ittuts' l[tl, :Though I am not supestitious-not a bit.
chaacteristis, and after awhil, whth- certain things may be propitious,
these choracte-risths are good c r bud, though they seem but advontlttoa,
uar on him, if nI' otx ac)ount And it'shardly superstitious
cif their monotony. Thus frtion is gn-Wh is which and so aooordlngly beheve.
rated, aund is for thi.a roaon that the Row, there" nothing makes me sadder
retw of a moDa-of-wor j t returned t ao to walk beneath a ladder.,
the United States Aftt tAthroo years' Ii agood d al boater
Cruise a ftrel water ta B&generally to splol t l, ttaeaway =qewtw
"h a sour =lo OAevcads on er ohIam nnot e per*tiou-a-oo ab&
he officer oft who boone quite as
sick of each other a do ithe men for- thi earer
Ward. By the breaking of a mirror,
hardly a day pase ethat there is not And it's true
at least one scrap on board moss me- Tht a howling dog in nighttime makes mn 4
of-War, with the promise of a heavier or his keen soent makes no errors
battle to follow. A bluafticket seats And he smells the king of terrors
himself oB another's ditty box, and, on Bore's anther thing-take heed, sir,
being roughly ordered by the bo>r's B your nose should start to bleed, sir,
being rnghly ordered by e bos And should only bleed three drops and then
owner to vacate, he refuses and con- shouldquit;
aigns the owner to a muoh. less moist Though I am not superstitious-not a bit.
place than Davy Jones' locker. The t isodd to see what uses
then come together, two or three blows Gome folks make of vain excuses
are exchanged, and then, as by common Rather than admit abuses
consent, each man draws &way, both Of the mind
gthat, the "Jimmy i-eg" /, j When they're rather superstitiously tncluned.
teeing that te ji y egs (L e., ust to put it in plain English.
the master at arms) is not far distant It would soom they can't distinguish
and neither caring for a trick in the IBetween false and foolish cases,
"brig." Having thus become involved And the few which have a basis8 .
Sthe inor tic g f the experience, which oven I admit,
In the minor flstic argument of the ~Thoh i am not superstitious-not a whtt
deck, the two bluejackets ate looked to -4. Ednund V. Uooke in New Yorh an.
by the entire ship' s company to bring o a picture
hbetr affair to a satisfactoro.cclusion. T A The more exchange of growls between We have heard of the adventures of r
the two men doesn't go. :'Pipe down guinea. The story of a painting brought
theo, ye men-of-war chaw and settle to Rome by Queen Christina of Sweden
the thing right," isl the g nl remark is not less interesting. The subject i
hurled at them by all hand? when they Leda and her attendant nymphs attack:.

REAr FREE Offert

is an elegant and Patriotic Souvenir of the wrecked Battl4e
I I ship Mane. Tlhoinand8 have been sold In the la t few
THISSPOO wek. n i trano Is au a faint Idea of the re
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,by the largest ouvenirip'.on hoise a. i the country anti delight everybody who
secures one. It has a retail value o from 25 ceuLa tu 5o cInis, and w ll ornament
any table or collection.
anytable coection which we send you to 19OO free, In addition to tbd
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THE COLUMB N monthly magazine, ublDu hed at B.ston. Masa.
It gves you a generous supply of tnteresirngand lustrictive readlwt matter amtt
wil be a welcome vi "tIor to your home evei X ionth. TmheCeoluLnBlan eeJiied
byMME. FRANCIS llouaGtS-aGLta BNE, he.O mist famous offeimale poets aSu
authors, aind ham a long
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Of National Fame and Reputation, Including Such Names sas

Hezekiah Butterwort, tr er
theater the world famed author of
Zge7Za Journeaand for 24 years au
editor of Youth's Companion.
Bishop Hale Leighton.
Ralph Broughton, M. D.
Bishop McGregor (Scotland)
The Duchess D'Arno.
X. Gonchon, (Fraince)
Capt. Henry A. M oVicker.
Bdw. Burn Seaton, D. D., LL.D.
Sylvester Morton Lard. 0
M.' Perre Challot,i (France)

Mine. Francis Higgins-Glenerne,
"The F'emale Dante." called hy Euro-
rean authority, the gratest llviJt
emale poet.
Lanugdon Ferris, Jir.
Prof. T. A. arbesoni, iormaon)
Theodore Mansfield. B.A.
Ronald I. McLeod.
"Oliver Optic," William T. Adams
uuIverIallv recognized amatiegreate8s
author of books for boys the world
lias ever known, was also a valuept
contributor uuill his death recently.

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Compiled and Written by

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The most brilliantly written, most
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subject of the war with Spain. Nearly

200 Superb Illustrations

From Photographs !
Taken especially for this great work.
Agent-3 are making .,510 to $1tX0 a week
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meet in mere contests of. uss words, ed in a bath by swans. it was painted
ead the sailor who is cousired to be 867 years ago for the Duke of Mantua '
the agoieved man is wat hed carefully and iven by him to the Emperoi
to see if he makes any rvlimUinary Charl's %V. Philippa 11 took it from Ita-
moves toward arranging a r ular fight, ly to Spain. It wat boutahtl tho'r,r by the
He almost always does. sculptor Leone Leori, who sold it to a I
Nearly all the regular 8 t between picture dealer f&r the co.lk-ltion of the i
Ne'arlyft. h reuad fshil o Dj Emperor Roidolh II. Thq swcdlestoo.
ddcrB'beTh IrgEr4T -?lrA t itW I 'wt r<)ther sqi:.Iasor me N7veen years'
In an empty bunker. The pty bunker war, to BStoxkholm, where C'hristina
is preferred on account o its greater took a fancy to it and with other treas-
isolation. When a fight o come off t ures transported it to Rome. She left it
between two bluejackets below, all to Cardinal Azzolino, who died a few 9
hand dnow all about it, n includ. mogks after it was handed over to him.
tug the master at arms himself, tut It passed on to his nephew, and wai
very few of the men, unlet they are sold by him to Prince Livio Odescalchi,
intimates of the combatanrk, expect in- who left it to a cousin, Prince Bardas-
vitations to the fray. There is not room sone Odesealehi, who sold it to the Due
in a bunker for more than half a dozen d'Orleans, regent of France.
friends of each man, and even with this His son Louis, due d'Orleans, a pious
number the space is rather contracted. prince, thought the head of Leda too
With a second each and a referee pagan, and had it cut out. Coypel
agreed upon by both, the men, stripped bought the painting and painted in a
naked to the waist, go at it. ThLe fights head from memory. He sold it to Pas-
are not of the rough and tumble order. quin, a collector, who sold it at a large
The men fight according to regular profit to Frederick the Great. Marshal
prize ring rules, and their shipmates Davout took it from a Prussian palace
are present to see that the rules are and brought it back to Paris. It was
complied with. As many as G01 rounds there restored and given back to the
are sometimes fought Ordinarily one king of Prussia in 1815. The head fell
of the men goes under by the time the off the canvas on the way and a new
tenth round is called. If the men axv head was inserted by Schloeinger. The
unequally matched and one of them is picture is now in the possession of the
getting palpably the worst of it., all roman emperor, who is fascinated by
hands in the bunker agree that the the swans. As he likes to think himselM
thing should stop, and it does stop. If a Lolheigrin, this is as it should be.
the contestants are about of a sort, the The curious thing is that the artist'd
fight is carried on to t.h end, until a name has not gone down to posterity,
knockout blow is plant by one of though the picture has been famous fox
thorn or both are too t- to go on. so many caenturies.-Paris Cor. London
S--- 'r Mth.

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T pr-'pared (o cut or impoverished blood, like scrofula, salt
WOOD AND FENCE POSTS rrheumu, dyspepsia, or catarrh, you should
nWOd AtN FENCE POMS ,ake H,,od'd Sarsaparilla and be prompt-
and gehver them at reasonable rates, ty arsapara a e cured.
If you need labor with team call upon Hood's Pills are easy t take, easy tq
G_. '. S'- tilb' operate. Cure i' light. *.nm, hii u liou ii. as25



A Poet. of Eeairninig Power rite Iftl ceucc
MOBILE BUSINESS DIRECTORY, W ,t,,i,. .,, n. i v,Pou, HoI, i c.O
-- -'--His hair was not long nor were his Mr. ,Jefl'e; It had
J. LY s, i t J E.DAGO, Mr. eyes in fine fitinzy rolling; neither ploy a plausi lp sor
Swas there'other visible or tangible factotum. ssly
evidence of his identity, so that when ugiisaifactor who
iL he stepped up to the literary editor get rid of. was
1 and anmounco that lie was a Pega- the moan d
al p 1 V0 P p Q j B D o 1 1 o P sUV down on his luck, the editor did cellar would lsap

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Rough and Dressed Lumber of All Grades.

SA Terms cash or endorsed notes. '



Still holds the Fort at the recog.

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Pays the Highest Price for Green Salted ALIGATOS HIDES


HOrticultural an q1 ImprnoviMut


The pnripos of this Company is to Improve the Country adjacent toS t
Andrews Bay and to
Develop its Resources as a Fruit-Growing Country.
1'& eeuniplish this the Company proposes to Sell Lands in tractsof Two
*ad-a-half and FiveAores to such parties only as will improve them by th
BIDetHen of Hoasm. Fences and such Permanent Ilprov monu e as will enhance th
gE g o**eb tIo.c4 so dlip~.sed of, and psrtiou'tlly to
Plant thoaw out in Trees, Plante and Vinee,
V% f t we4 e t the shortest practicable time every surb tract shall be a
Source of Revenue to its Owner.

The first question which will naturally be asked will be: "Is this Con
pany relialile"? And the answer to it is: Any person employing the Compar
to make improvements may deposit an approximate payment of the estimated cost
the same with any responsible business man or firm doing business on the Bay or i
Bank at their own home to be paid 9'ver only when u'lth. Company shall satisfaction
rily show that the improvements have been made according to agreement.
I'le Company will not only improve and plant, but watch and care fo
all prop. i entrusted to its keeping,guarding against forest fires, dishonest pilfered
for dlamnages from any cause possible to be prevented.
From a careful estimate of the probable expense and income of a fru
plantation in the St. Andrews Bay country a few figures are given:
Price of ;ana per acre, say .$-'.to $50; cost of clearing, say $20; -ostof planting 1
year, say :$31; cost of cultivation each year thereafter, $20,
It is not extrava..:lU: to estimate that a 1-acre vineyard will on the thil
yeari tproperly* cultivated, yield .f'-l worth of fruit and of peaches nearly or qui
the same, while figs hi.,ul do even better than that. Then, though perhaps a litt
longer, solme ut lhi.- in. .:,,ii in. ati protitable bearing may be named pears, apricot
nectarines, ,,luin., priif,--. mulberries, olives, Japan persimmons almonds, Englis
walnuts, Japan che-qtout.-, pecans, and many other varieties of fruits and nuts. which
are almost cert.>in ti i1 .irish l-r ; while oranges and citrus fruits, .,,ugh not cot
midered certain viield I.r'L r,' triiri- oftener than they miss
The Mecretary,,i' t liie( Com)any will give particular :t{t^'iti.,'n to at
Owerin letter. of inquiry, and the BuoY will in its answers to corr,.spondentis a
*wor all uostio, a-kd dt.
R E IM E M B E the Company Lands will Lie .-..,i ri Eas
Terms of P miV ir-iit Ilt iiinpreii', I .' i.S must 1)e paid for as a:tis.l'acteir of ir gi ve
that ,,e a:k h.i< l'n., pcru'ria, CORRESPONDENCE SOLICI TED.
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idics to Cure onsuinp-,1
tion and all Lun;; T,',ubl.s..
otlhiig could be fairer, more philan-
thropic or carry more joy to the nilti. ..ld,
than the -i-er ofT. A. Slriom, M. C., ol
183 Pearl street, New Yo'-k City.
C,* i.til 1- II .itt he has .l;.c"ovi:.redd an
absolutecure for consumption and all
pulmonary complaints, and to make its
great merits known, he will send free,
tei ce bottlos of medicine, to any reader
of the Bivoy who is suffering from chest.
bronchial, throat and lung troubles or
e nsumption.
Already this "new s..ik.ntific course of
niedi3iine," has permanently cured thou-
satlds of apparently i,.ip,-1,.. cases.
The Doctor considers it his i-l,.ioni.
dluty-a duiitv wi'ih he owes to human-
it Nv- to ,ln iOrju 1 1 :1 i .!1 I le cure.
Offered i rI.f-l. 'no iuTIh to commend it,
i. ,id it .... .-,, ^ i, ,,. ,,.: li colnfidence of
''. t i, . t r, king the propositioit.
Si.. p:; *i the dreaded consintmp
lion to be a curable disease beyond any
There will bi no mistake in -,, ;,.-
thc mistake will b e in overlooking the
t.'.!erous invitation. Hehas oil file ill
his Atnerican and European lalboratorie.
testimnoni,.s of experience from those
cured, in all parts of the i,, I,.
Don't delav until it is too late. Ad-
*ircs T. A. "Slocum, M. U., 9S I'8nl
str-et, New York, and when writ;i: -l,
li-.o.tor. lense give EXDOSc and t I -

not know whether to believe him or
not. He was sure that he was down
on) his lack, but the P.,gasus part did
not noeessaarily follow. All poets
timay be poor folks, but all poor folks
are not poets.
"You say that you are a poet and
nied money?" queried the editor.
"That's it exactly, sir."
"How much money do you want?"
"From twenty-five cents up. I
haven't ha1t a good l'ng hdiink, sincee
Sliley liked Cervera with Samnp.
son u' leet."
"ult how am .i tlo( know yyotA~re a
S "Make me an .,ffL'.,Lr1r.a piiein and
if I don't write Von o-9' r then

"That's fail enough, .aud I'll tel
you what I'll 11lo; if you --write me
.-,onLthing good on 'The VWitchery of
the Stars," I"l pay you a dir a
* stanza for five stanzas or less.
"In the same proportion?"
"In the same ratio."
"That's what I moan; I get my
j pay according to the work I do?"
* The poet borrowed a pencil, a
sheet of paper, a chair and a desk,
and taking off his coat and hat pro-
ceeded to his labors. In about five
minutes he gave a sudden start is if
. the divine afflatus had hit him in the
neck and he dashed off a line, which
he handed over to the editor.
"What do you think of that?" he
asked with confidence.
The editor read this line: "The
siren silence of the stars."
"That's fine," he said, "go on
with the balance."
"Good enough for anybody's
money, isn't it.'"
"Quite," said the editor sincerely.
The poet rose from the desk and
put on his coat and hat.
Pay me my proportion," he said
with a frown.
"What do you mean?" exclaimed
the editor. "There isn't any pro-
portion to what you have written."
"Oh, yes there ir. You said a
dollar a stanza of four lines, for fiye
t. stanzas or less. One line is less,
and as the Great and Only One Line
American Poet, I demand nmytwenty.
five cents. You can finish the pcin
e and keep the remaining four sovoiity.
e fiyo. I'm generous, il I am poor
Whack up the quarter or there'll be
a row," and to prevent an impuolasi
Pagasus from pawing up the Axmiu.
stor carpet or kicking the bric-a-bra<
off the ormolu escritoire, the literary
editor handed over the quarter ant
took as much of the poemt as that
amount called tor.
Iy A Good Excuse.
of Harpor's Round Table.
o. A western teacher in a town in
n which the women have the right o
or suffrage received the following inot<
accounting for the absence of one o
it her pupils on election day.
st Dere Teachor-Please be so knu
as to excuse Lizzie for not havini
d went to school yesterday. I koe hem
te home to mind the baby while I giv<
le out votes at the poles and othr'wish
t, done what I could to elect the right
h imanr., who, as you will see by tIi
n- morning paper, got there by a bi
majority. So I am glad I ku[
Lizzie homn an dluu what I could al
1-, the poles, t j

T. \. Slocun, hi. C:, thea
and Scientist, Will Send Free, to
the Afflicted, three Bottles of
his Newly Discov.red Reim-

* ~'~d ~Y~-' ---~~i.V~.VC

of Veracity.

SuOice in his em-
t of a man, halt
incompetent and
Am he d.sir.,l to
a certainty that
Winc from the
ear, and gni nual.

ly go d,,'i fn the decanters; but
there was nut1or any ooular proor.
"And,", t 1Mlr. Jefferson in tell-
ing the stoAr o a friend, "there I
was. ha Icouldl Ido? However,"
he conitinnoa "one day I was sitting

o 1lie ,iteE
ing in ti
hoarudi it'i
night. In
I cain ouo O
lately dopr
dai kne.mis
Nttol it al
ad.l hie fl

eased. Wheni I was stay-
I country near Tunis I
Lia;t up during a whole
neighboring village, and
'oive notliing more despor-
oasing than the strains of
n wafted through the
1,) tho breeze. My dog

'-en luo well than 1


I coui.trained to joinv in the
.us until I was half tempt-

e.l to :put a bullet ihiutugh his head.
1'ei lips the strangest of ll thu fun-
erals I sav was at Bizerta, It was
that of a baby, which was being ca4r-
ried to it.( grave in an esparto basket.
The Joke Was on Papa.
Cleveland plain Dealer.
An aiiinsig incident occurred on
an .\. n. e o car the other afternoon.
Four yVuing couples, evidently out
for an euijVOyable day, were seated onI
Uone stile l the car having a decidedly
goodL time' Whlilo their ineriiment
was at i flight a 7-ye'.-oll boy
across t lihe,aislu suddenly leained for.-
"'i, tr," lie called ouit toone
of t lie Vl in mn, "Iv_ lo "

'1 ih ye g mian looked up in sur-
plise allini he gill-a pretty girl too
bl' le, I
*''Talii ge, Talmage," Sai the
boy's father, ''what do you mean by
such talk?"
The boy looked at his father in
st, li i.'*d-,lisg-ru t.
"\Vhat's the matter with you,
daill?" he et ied. "'You told me you'd
do it if' yvo was him.',
And 1th father found the land-
seape decle-lvy interesting until the
young po t.le left the car.
WVings ot"f lander.
Happy Th.iu-lit.
Once thewi was a woman who
spoke a .-l,ii'iar againilmt her neighbor,
and le-elining of it, she went to het
conifer4,.r, s a ing that shl had already
nitoli tilnje u-ilt to every one to whom
she h ,,l .[, it.
.T l i .- i stoiid, to her: Go at
.,n1 i ito lihe t,,wn and fetch me a
lu\ l."
i'lii1 sh1 litl, and rtetuivriiig said to
hiim. "'l f-re, I'ather, is the fowl you
Then -'*i.l "I to hem1: ',(. agill'

il: LI: at I k lu Ik me thit L fowl."
V. I .. -:,. ; .. i i.u e, iii n ,iled,
and let. ,itg said to him: "Here,
father, is the fowl, plucked as you
bade ltme."
"Now,'' said tihe priest, "go into
thie town and fetch me the feathers."
"Alas, Holy Father, they are scat-
tored to the four winds of heaven."'
"J.n..n so," replied the wise and


Gilt Ep Ba aii1 01i t o ne!
Oud hundred ,iauid stx a'cres o choice
Frming Laud ins the south tfli otf et etion
7, towntdip 4s, of range 3w. Uod
Dwelling oluusc, 'iriva ei, Cii etiolt
Oith0ij.ni(S, 't1e 'YtutLs Orcthi;rd ot Pears,
1'nahes, 1'iuuj,,. c., ad n:atii 1,0OO
Urape Vines, all in bearing. iI taken
sotu will be suli ior



in my libr,, and whom should I see
but Wilian' come reeling up the
at"lk, ,u1niga a lord, There was
no doubt of t. My opp.ninunity had
come after ihapy years. I waited for
imi. I nIod te"l him how drunk
lie % as. K would deny it, of
course would i1ni .t that he was
perfectly ., 1' and that I vy the
one who w drunk. But I should
have the c counciti.siess ofi right
on my sid i nd m*y excuse fur senil-
So, wc a N \\illiarnm appeared il- :uy
room I gae.jl at him with all the
sverity th1it I conhld summon and
"'Williai you are dirund."
"He retired my look with perfect
inmipo'.urability. 'Mr. Jefferson,'
said he, 'I km more than that I am
more than th:it-I am very drunk,
"And," continued Mr. Jefferson,
"will you tel: 'me what I could do?
He took the intd out of my sails.
He proved himself a perfectly truth-
ful man."
-And you finally got rid of him?"
asked the ruma to whom the story
was tol1. Just then someone came
in to ligi't the lanms and the conie-
dian looked at him quizzicteally.
"No,'* he answered with a smile,
"that was William \wh, just came
in. I couldn't. liachiar ge a ian for
telling the truth, could I?"
Funerals in Arabia.
T'ie Sketch.
OliOd t, the st'ranigest and niost ef-
feetinlg sights in all Arab town is
that of the 'funerals, which may be
mot at any street ci)r iner. The body
is minoily wrapped in a mat of espar-
to gima-s anil carried einhiei on a bier
or l n n11.1 i's 0 hioumtlders. 'I'lhe Iii rn1
er.- 1,ut1 .1~uig, .s ime in .front and
n i4n)bI e l iii cruu iiiitg verses of the
KIran i melaicl.euly tones, which
lhauit fi ,layms afterward.
TlIis w living, hoig,:vor, is nothing ,
to that Aichl goes on in tihe house

The African Piano.
Among the musical instruments Used
on the Congo we notice the long an4
short dram. Some drums are used to
beat the time of the dance. Some other
drums are used as telephones for the
transmission of messages to neighbor-
ing villages. The stringed instruments
represent the African harp. The ivory
horns are used for the convocation of
popular assemblies. The double bell is
used to call the attention of the people
to some proclamation of the chief. The
Africans everywhere are very musical,
but their music does not always suit
Eurcp.'::m taste.
The African dance is not always in-
dulged in for amusement alone. D4eo-
ing enters into some of the most solemn
ceremonies, as, for instance, the in-
augration of a new king. Then the
chief elect of the tribe dances very
gravely before the assembled elders and
the people.
The madinmba had been called the
African piano. It is made of c.labashes
of graded sizes, which are surmounted
by boards, of graded sizes also, all be-
ing attached to a semicircular frame.
Each Loard represents a note or half
tone and emits its appointed sound
when struck by one of the iv.two rubber
ball aat the ej.;s of t vo Flictis, Which
are cleverly hu.dle'd otv lhe musicoiu.
While almost evt..ry uative can beat the
drum or play sone of the mrin(r musih..al
insrtrumneut:, tho1 pluyiug of the madim-
ba is an crt v.'l ic ouly o fow special-
ists learu. 1Thyt mnu- tO .ilrl fcr tr .y-
iW 1 at tL-r Tir'ill. a or ci-r> u ,ieF, ;tui.i
their art supports them, other partly
or eutirely.-Jo.urnmul cf Ackjeicun Folk

No Cripe
When you take Hood's Pills. The big, old-lash-
toned, sugar-coatMe pills, which tear you all to
pieces, are not in It with Hood's. Easy totake

and easy to operate, is true
of Hood's Pills, which are a
up to date in every respect.
Sale, certain and sure. All S
druggists. 25e. C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
The only Pills to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla.
i-w--m------ h

AnrotiO scndinfz a,1,ot C--and dc(,lerlp.inon 1117
quickly amieortahn our q plIinion free wit ether an
nvn-n to Pr.r-batly r-nImi~tL.t11. C.inmunica.
it.n~ irittty unl.~uiut.Undbiuokon iPatent,
L-,'ut fri... Olul.:t-t~ivi~~ty far (,OcurlttgpvAenta.
Pattus aro n 0c-ii.vot.'h Nlunli &'Co. receive
epezi-. nii t n'. wic th 'Ut c wii.rgC, in the
A$coi~n1f ic American,
culta ion ,f nV soicifinur in ITerms,$' a
ycw f-urnPic..'b S. :$1 -" IbY.nit newsdealetpi,.
MUILM 0 Fln -U.... V.,..V

Of the City of St. Adrews,
Gotten up with grnat care by the
publisher, who has Fsared no pains
to prepare for the pi blio a map of
St. Andrews as it really is. It. showed
Extending eastward froin Dyer's
Point, taking in the Old Town site of
St. Andrews, and gives location of
mubli business places private resi-
lences, docks, etc., also eiery lot in
each block artthe adjoining addi-
ion to the W.leiunati Company's
and, with a full description of the
The Ma p will 'shc.w owners of lots
n the city J.st wvlre tlhev are lo-
inted, andil is ot' valie- to those think-
ng of dilying property.
Size or .Mip 30x50 Incies.
he Bi(J.)l Vwill !enl this map to any
allrc': il o In thi receilt of
'Or giver, ai a prerniumf1: 5 yearly
Cash --ul.scrivtiu i s.

holy man, "and thus it is with the $ 1, 0 0 0
slander you have spoken." And the impruveimeiut aloue cost a good 1
deal more motwy. Would i.,u! oush h
duwn. but might give tiue o otue-half the
TELLS A LONG STORY. purchase money. For ull particulars ad-
dress the Buoy, St. AndrewA Bay, Flea d
A Orante Monulmet a An etam Be e
calla a ammly Hlstory. t
Major Kingsbury had a daughter as
well as the son who fell at Autietam. FOR SALE
The daughter married Simon Bolivar
Buener of Kentucky some time before Another Bargain in Real Estate. i
the war. When General BueLrner decidedgai
to go with the Confederacy, the danger ThcKilberg place, 2 miuls n.ori utia-, c
of confiscation of his wife's interest in of Parker, comnSi.,tiiLr of c0 acre's fine
the Chicago estate confronted him. A timbered land, being the v -et half of
family council resulted inthe transferof the southwest quarter of e-:6.ti','i tp -p
Mrs. Buckner's property to her brother. 4s, range- 13w; 4 acres fenced, wi L
Colonel Kingsbury fell in battle with- picket fence :i.1 in culti.:ati-io, with
out leaving a will to protect his sister's several fciiit tr...e,. rape vi,:-, etc.,
inheritance. 'When tho war closed, the antl a hatitable.e shae,-' F'rkice $i0
return of Mrs. Bucknekr's interest in her partly ian riif t e if d ed. Fot' pa'ticu-
fathor's estate was asked for hi behalf
of her children. Mrsl Kingsbury de-
clin,-d to concedo it. She claimed all
that h:d lac-u left in hr uhu^baun (i.'YO 'RV. T!

y s.m Mr.jor Kin -trbury's40.Baces were e I. l I oit-re rent ai .1 rI- 1,
in the heart of C icago when the fire l... "i P .it r" i t"m. -
oV rt may go tow:,d r'epairing tt. boi Mda \
othod, x of U g we th M T fixing' up tlhe f,.i:,.;..
I.U thL years immediately following \lo i h utth es on Lori a vc.no
tbh. 7 wtr Vash.igton had few women en t of Diake .tr .,
narr. talk-ed about than the b autif'ul For further part;-ulars, supply at t 1,
v.'idvf, Mrs. Bc ky Jones and Mrs. BuOv office.
Kingsbury, the nieces of an ex-presi- _. .. ,,
dent of the Unit bury became the wife of Gallatin Law- -
rence, son of one of the wealthiest PTiL PI LEJDYS (n it
;;.u:ni-c:tu--rs in Rhode Island. Galla- J jPILES PILE )ji
tin Lawrence had chosen a diplomatic i. i.- e. ,
career. He was sent to Costa Bica' as .,- ,l 'e r ..,.- t,,,.,, 'O ,,.
minister. When he came back, society I :, ....i..,.. i. .... 1
at the capital had a great sensation over | ry ,r i. ,,, ... ..ur S .ls..,, ,
the talk of a duel between Minister ,yruggis,,orC ..,uiuni ....i rrpe.
Lawrence and Captain von der Hass of IARTII RUDY, e.z. Pbai a1cll, Laalasaer, Pa,
the elgiau legationu because of the cap-
tain's attentions to the beautiful Mrs. Sold at St. Andrews Bay, Flu..
Lawrence. The Belgian sailed for Eu- At Dr. Mitchell's Drug Store.
rope. So did Mrs. L wenoe. Gallatiln "Call for ficone sample.
Lawrence followed. There was a duel
and then a divorce case. Von. der Hass
went to Ez.i.!. Mrs. Lawrence wont L. M. WARE
there too. Gallatin Lawrence returned
to the States.
The son of Colonel Kingsbury was
sent to Oxford. His inheritance was cut
in two by a decision restoring .to her
heirs M ri. Buckner's share in" the 40
acr'-,. One day yr.uig Kingsbury came
home from Oxford, bringing a college
friend. Between the English student
and Mrs. Lv.-i\-.et an attachment
qui-.l;i:, :'. v .'p.-i. Mrs. Lawrence was L
twice the ,. :- of her son's chum. She
married him (aid is, or was the last that
friends in this country earnedued, living D rE I. E
with him abroad. Kingsbury married a
Levnmtine, and he, too, is in a foreign
cotry. The fortune acquired through DRY GOODS.
tho C '.o' investment has been much GRO E I
veducc-L 1.' r-. Beclky Jones, a after a IOg U -,& CE 1Ji "iL"
career in .. ...:;,;tu,. i.n.,veed est -Avdxten- V/
t:vcly and L- ;:rl-A in Canaua, whcre ho e H ARDW
is still !i\-Yir,, by all accounts. This is
the complicated sequel, briefly told, of I B U IAjA
the events which the granite monument
abovo the stone bridge at Antietam Ship Chandlery, Salt
conuemorates.--St. Louis Globe-Demo-
crat --o-,



t Fish, Etc. Etc., Ete




SFull Line of Cannled Goos


Mast. FVoos & Com 'anyY'

Double Acting Force Pump.


L 1 h t-c the l1tl t.11 and l st complete
San lan ow for vo'orkl 4 i.-m l --:lt jn.siailke; the w ighlit the block to
,hiih tli he lade i ,. iLtnched ket,- 3 it. in Ihe
'-. l in 1. 1.l 1h d,. 11L of p'lowing is rugilnated
Sv I t;-g n l:r larii -.iles. A t.iy o girl of ter
Sc.- i ,it, l tdl it w% ilhi Ip rf,.tt. ase. It has a
S "1 -ich ~lecl wheel, the htigh-ti of which makes
1hL c plow light of draft. It ha.fi tve blades; 1 is
Sa tu rnirg mold, 2 a shovel, 3 a sweep or weeding
t j \ blade, 4 a bull-to4W., 5 a rake. Wrenob
'' v with11 each plow.
%I' ..e have made ai'rirIgemirenrt b3
'-. '' wh h vw <'can furnish tlii s plow at
l Y. ""'I thie factory pim'l .75. vit I

3 -. --.-

to St. Andrew aw about a5 cent s, making the ploM% delivered
$4.50- But the Biuoy hroposus ii, (loI eter than this and will send the BOiY
Spurchase-' to pay freight -

Th plow may be s in op o ion at the BUY Farm at any tin.
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Batimoro Twile and Net Clopany.
A L 8 O FO R

T. C..DA N. F0 R D

A A ~'-,- --~-

Our Clubbing List.

'lh;i BUOD lihas made very liberal club.
uing arrangements with a few of the very
ut publications in the country and for
the pi eseut can senmd for a whole year
The BUlY and
Leli.': illustrated Weekis for ...$3.00
L[,emOrest'i SMagazine ............ 1.5
ho Fl T.T. Ciit,.eni, daily for $9 e
do weekly, for$ l 5
Sei:nuifle Americain' 3... 50
".t'in..r an. 1 Fnr itGrwer ... 2 55
l.)ida A.g.riulturist ... 55
do C 1ii ,l'1,of 5, each .-e. 2 R
F.arm Jurn.il. P-hilrd'a. monthly v I
lii,.inii.; Enquirer twice a week
Sl:ir:,cr plage- each issue ..... 1 70
Atl.i nt a -'ilnstitution ... I 70
N. Y. W,,ld (thrice a w vk)....... I 75
For any or either of the above public
tions in connii.ction with the BUOY, ad-
1-"s all or10lo THE BUOY.
St. Andrews,. Fla


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