Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00055
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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: April 27, 1899
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00055
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
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lccn - sn 95026996

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Washington County
West Floria

AVainst the World,


ST. ANDREWS .jY, FLA., APR. 27, 1899.

NO. 5.

an mu EUUm

Seuatera-~lon.satn'ii Ptuaot,'Monticsllo, '. I
Hn S. R. MaFlorv. Pensaeola. -WILLIA
Represe at]ives-I srt' ris t ft.M. A pari'.. ,:
man, Tampa;- 2d District, WR. WF. 1or an
DavisPalatka. D
d Officel-Re sister, W. DC. Robinson; Disp r ard rites
SReceiver-T. S. Chubb, Gainesville. Pos4tion attid ex
T.ATE.., rates subiect to
Governor-W. D. Bloxhiam: Secretarv of "Local Drift," 5c
Sta4e, J. L. Jrawford: a'resaaurer,J. .. 1. o .,,hi,'
Whitfield;AAtoriny General Wmi. B. - J eah
mar; Qomaptiuler, W. 1 Reynolds- St.- "ouIble abcve r
eeninteudent if Public Instruction, W.
N. Sheats; Commissioner of Agricul- A Daught
ture, L. B. Worubwell; Adjulant Ge At ann evrtin
eral. Patrick Houston. Tallahassee.
II. 8. SEN.ATO)R. ida Prems S- s,a
First District-S. MA.alsirv. Pensacol.t: btirg a few wtF
Mecond Diat 'rict,.amuel Paseo 1 ontitello.' di
STATE SENATOR. 8-yPar-,,hl datg
Twentv-fiftb District-J. B. Clarke, We- C. L. Bittitgur
wabitchka. Star, was adopit
Representative, W. G. Cole :an,-Vernon; the association,
County Judge, D. D. Melvin, Vernon; of rhyme in lihe
Clerk of Oourt, County Clerk, Recorder
of Deeds, W. B. Lassitter, Vernon; and read by WV.
Shierif', C. G. Allen, Chipley;Treasurer, When Mabelsmi
G. J. Parish, Vernon: Tax Collector, A.- A world of loving
Q. Jones, Vernoii: 'Tax Asisessor, J. ,
W Williamsr C(ihi.ley: Superintendent 'Tis sunshine,
of Publie Instruction. W. L Lockey, hours
t'hipley; Surveyor, P. L. Hoi n,'Qange With perfume an
Hill. .. We think of these
ST. AN DREWS. A6d all the pazsi
Jaslice of the Peace. W. 1. Slngleerry Ad al
Nota, Publics, W. A. Ernimoni, C. H. When Mabel tall
Crippen: Deputy Circtuit Court Clerk,
W. A. Emmnins: School Directors, R. The honeyed lin
F. Brackin, W. I. Singletarv, L. M. And from the por
Ware; Post M-,ittr. L. M. Ware. In streams of ch i
H.%arIsoN. W think of this
Post.mistress, Mrs. M. B. Jenks And chatters to
Po- taunster and Notary Pntlic, W. H. When Mabel laue
PTTTrSBIRG. Of liquid music s
?,, n nislress, Mirs. a,, aellorg. Across our senses
A DERsO. ..... Of music born of
Postnmasteii, S. WV. Anderson We think of this
Sostmniaster, .Mrs. R.-ay. And all life's win
lostm.atler, Martin Post. When Mabel wee
S.FARIDALZE. Are but the sh
Postmaster, H. J. Johrani. years,
Pstmisres, TAMrs. Dyer. These have no bi
W~ET BAY, But all the solace
Postmaiter, P. N. Butelhinucsol. We think of this
COOK, And to her moths
Fostafllfce on Laizd a Mill Biav,.u.
When Mabel slee
C'ALHOUN CouTN-Cni M-N'.UN. 'be canopy of lo
!fol'rv Pullic, Frank H .-kia"-: Posmii T anp of asii
ter, itfhoA. J. R. Maugr; Cl.:,ntTCom- -And angelW of tb(
nmio,',-ncr, i raiun M. Frin; Deput' Stand guard about
Clerk o01 t2'ault. S. T. Wallay. We think of this
While love a cta:
Metl odi te-Church cor. Wi ahi ingtOln lfe And thus at ,, t.oUt
a.d 'Ch_ j-ria tr i --ir. ;' L.- t4. *( ,1.,I:O 'lie-s i-,d-,"ii". 'ha
p. it. vcti,' .ilteria .te Sul-day. r -
S1'. S'C, E.-Prn yer Meeting at IIhI And umiy God's h1
Preyl. tri.tn clinr h e,.'c v 'f'u-nd ay ttler Ever upori our I
.l0ona ,tl 3:;3'i 'o'e-lck. All are invited. And may the aug
[- .l o l-4Churcli, e.rnie,. of W F ominG h
avI a I a d Incll hati'i _trteel. Church G ie h ao ng
pc.teret' ttrdav helotre first Sunday l
Pat 4 p.im. Sunday as:hr,,l >c 'i.'a .S'lritLy Ait ri'lle O their
9:30 a.. P. P ctachiig cL'-oid ad1 fouiirl ~iI iLk .ti tlit .
Srunrus n ea-h hinnoah. ata.' l*. Snitlh, female
paaLuo.r. r Lorin B
.eu nd "iri ake street; R 'cv. R. J.- '. L s e' i
Mc.l.at ,paft. einig on atecond .
Sundayl- 0Qaj uothn-t II o'cliee a. m thlicun
and .M- 7 lhu 'undav-$CIOol.a :t Ther
a. n,-ncery Sunday, .lava St E Iock' Supt. nd .il
atholic-hnrci- corner Wyon~ing arve TthO;r mrestbe
an id tud oan street.

7'q1IE 'AIA LS see them walki
The northernaf'."- ll, ,ia Ander-on,, Gva V ith lac.a aid
Bi~rhead and Uhipley dcpl ris e cry dJay And oronder if th
except Sudlay .at 3:00 0'.l'-.ck; a. m.; Thos sti.id fe
arrives every dav except Suiuay a
7:40 p.m. Thbe other fellows
Rifst Bay mail for Harrison, Orffantont, Seem beautiful
Parker, Farmdale and Wetappo, leaves
St. Andrews going east every morning And if I covet tw
at 6 o'clock and leaving Wetappo at Good faith-tha
I o'clock, arrives, coming west every
evening at. 7 o'clock. Ah, yes, the other
I'll steal her if
ST. ANDREWS BAY, CHIIPLEY & And so get square
SCH EDULE OF RATES:-For each five By turning thu
minutes, or fraction thereof, use of 4
Phone: *
Between St.Andrews Bay &Gay.... 0c P S.-Since writ
,, Bayheadl1P" S-
,' Chipley. l The post a note
Chipley & Bayhead ........ 15c And every gentle
a. "a Gay............. 20v Has in its mesh
Bayhead &Gay........... 5c
For transmission by telegraph 10c. Let other fellows
extra, not including telegraphic service. As for the poem
W. A. EMMONS. Gen't Mgr. Why, I have notL

1 W A. EMMONS, tier C
Dputy I' rcuait Court Cltek and No- In her dainty hat
a wr 'ablie fohr4lOJ4t at 4 lrgjher h.t
.iunTdic tou fo iiadiinisler' oaths, take And her pretty
aflidarit Legalize acknuawledgmrents, All to match thea
eic., anywhere in Florida. Special at- Comes our boma
tention given to land co|,veyance5 r'n.d nte swains W
to muirriage services, and license saued Andtb
to lawfully qualified parties. Offca at As the fair one
the BUOY Office, St. Andrvas Bay. Listen for her sw

Leave their gre
Homeopathic Physician. end Ac- Tis the same old
coucher. Office PioneerDrug Store, Told in every c
corner of Shell avenue and Michi- Strongerfatha
gan street,. Is the spell she
S. And re Fion.-r Just bylooking d
S In her dainty n
)D.1. W. 1. M ITCHEL.L, She can win the
Prihician and Dri arist,' Conumerce st., When theimai
east of Bavview, lAfirs his professional -
Servicts to the citizens of( St. An- Coming out when
drews and viciuit ilc.leidence on Buena Nod beside the
"i: in ,'eaue. When the violets
C. H. CRIPPEN, Ofthe geen
Coming when the
rotary Public. Sing of mirth a
Will attend nromptlv to all husinv-3s de- Welcome, maid
mending his allention. Office eon Bai- R elow -ad -
view street, on, block rno-thha'?t of T Flower and dinm
0 Danford's ia,,re
W.J. SIN(LETARY, you have pile
Justice of the Peace, undergoing horrib
'Will give prownt attention to all matters ply remove the res
-couing within his jurisdiction. Ac- out disturbing th
knowledgments taken; oaths adminis- your cor.fidence in
tered; marrtige service performed Of- zel Salve. It- ha
fAi R atr. idronee. Wilmot street, north nrTanra Tt will not


ty maid to town; cheap traveling? The ba.l actor i. n ihtier more nor sepreoating sort of chaps that are gr
who follow after, heatraeling? The n a er Two mLobee of the Bral. ing rapidly scarcer, or he would have
walks before, G "iffiis a city of aboni 7,000 peo- le.tinai s.tago robber. In the ordinary working of the brain tumbled months ago to the fact that he
eet, low laughter, tle, having: two large cution lmatll,- a one half is more active than the other had onl' to go in and win. Gertrude
meetings at her door. etilir factory, a cottonseed l lo o and exercises a superiority on its neigh- Aliia knew the state of hs feeling
Do you tbiunkthat Greek art ever tells bor lobe. This lobe-in ordinary per- right enough, but it had pleased her
simple story ntll, a door and sash factory, and us what the Greek people were like? os the left, of course-is the cerebral hitherto to keep him dangling in at-
century's ear; Georgia Experiment -ration. The Do you believe that the Athenian womrn- master. Heredity, education, or what tendance. At last, however, she made
fame or glor la r is about oe mile rthat of en were like the stately, dignified fig- we will-all the combined influences, up her mind to land her fish as soon aa
weaveth here. la rrtheast ourea of the Partbenon frieze or like n short, which mold human life-have a favorable chance presented itself.
ear and pretty the ciy, and one coltotn mill aljhins those marvelous goddesses who sat in tended, by some process of physiological And the opportunity came at the
nuslin gown, it. The city is liglhtI by electricity the triangular pedim'itq of the same selection, to place one lobe over the Smythingtons' little soiree, when the
shoewie cd streets a 14 bic building? If you judge from the art, other in point of importance. The other bashful swain, entering the conserva-
whole wide city and the streets akt incoming public they certainly were so. Butread an a- right) lobeis the servant of the left in tory, discovered his inamorata looking
den comes to town. roads are kept in fine condition by thority like Aristophanes, for instance. a measure. Its education has been neg- her loveliest amid the palms and flowers.
n pussy-willows tre labor of convict. I .saw thirty- You will flin that the Athenian ladies looted, and it requires the control of "Are-are you alone?" he questioned
-,i r I gil el. ae lactd tightly, wore high heeled shoes, its better cultured neighbor in order timidly.
dancing ril, eight chaie c,, i. t .,,k on th. dyed their hair yellow, painted and that life maybeonduted in a sensible In a moment the fair and ready wit-
star the pillows streets. guarded by three officers with rouged their faces and weri exactly like and sane fashion. The most hopeless ted girl saw her chance and took It then
oss on the bill; s. The convict I all -wore sip.l any silly, fusbionable or fallen creature s of insanity, Wigan would have nd there. "A loan, Hen-er-Mr.
a winds togeltherhl;g s eeota lwo stIp, of our owru day. Tohe fact is that we. held, would be those in which both Finnikin,' she said, with lowered eye-
tad tell of spring, clothes except a negro woman, I h', look back on the ages entirely through hemispheres were affected. If one was lids, "a loan? Certainly not-I'm a
snd birds and weather, handled the shovel itli the men; the medium of art, and art, very fortu- alone ailing, the other might exert gift.
aple, gla'co and wing. only one was a white t,.anu. nately, bas neveronce fald us the truth. more or less control over it, and the ex And 15 minutes later, when they
-Hre' -zr -Boston JournaL tent of the control would depend on erviorged from thoir r3treat, Honry was
-Hapers Baza The two large cotton mills eml old knon much earlier thn which lobe exhibited the diseased so- asking hiolf how he could have been
-te nu t n w Goidwaaknown muh ler than tol sh a Juggins -s to postpone his hap-
6 CURB thea. tie om500 to 6o n ad silver, and was at first the cheaper of tion. All degrees of insanity or mental sun a Jugin s s his hap-
le operations thlt .im- children. They are hiilding addi- the two metals, but the price of silver derangement could thus be accounted pUiess so l1,g.-Kausas City Journal.
ultsof the disease ith- ions t each factory that will nearly was lowered by the discovery of silver for on this suposition of the relative
e disease itself e dole ach factory that nearlymines in lia,Spain,andaurium. ontl of one emiphr by e there. Pennsylvania producehardware mn.
SDoe Witt's Witclh h- double th capacity. I had the The perfect life is Liat in which the facture's to the value of 0388.000,000
s never failed to cure pleasure o! pas thno th According to the registrar general's better and higher half controls .the v-Iv.y, vrhich is equivalent to $74 pme
Sf.ail tf ,.i a v r l a pas sing t u e r- ,, __. _. __....- -.. , ..a.-.4rn hla- Andra ,- .I .-_ .- .-. .-..*-

and I am afraid I have tn.
herited it. I do not feel
weU; I have a cough; my
lu-gs are sore; am losing
flS. What shall I do?
Your doctor says take care of
yourself and take plain cod-liver
ol, but you can't take it. Only
the strong, healthy person can
take it, and they cai't take it
long. It is so. rick it upsets the
'stomach. But you can take

It is very palatable and easily
digested. If tyou will take plenty
of fresh air, and exercise, and
there is very little doubt about
your recovery.
There aro hypophosphites In it;
they give strength and tone up the
nervous system while the cod-liver
oil feeds and nourishes.

EVERY THURSDAY Prof. Lines Makes a Halt at departmneats kili'" gave re nmueh The Old Sailor. Tran. A Study of r aeeli
a Year in Advance G(dlinu, Ga. interesting oitio. exciteOs "Yes," said the old fellow who p.r. In Raclnue's tragedy men dominate
e GrIFFIN, GA., April 14.'9. teased to have been a sailor and who events. They are what they make them-
GAApi1,'9 wonder to401d d apl
A.- wonFF ier to he A... many vari itched his unrnntionables and rolled selves. But tragedy demands that pas.
M A. EMMONS Editor of t. Andrews Bu Iy: i, proceNseh the .l n is stl.ji-cte.l to in hia walk that he might look the part, sion dominate will, and since his age
SPrprier. i last i tter gave a Ie, piinlts ru te iaw o flied .a t "Iwas maronedouot. accepted more readily the dominance of
S rprietor. about ilte Chllfiarn Commonweil n li ,led rpr .-t. "It's a solemn fack, gents. Fur ten passion in women than in men his great
50t ter inche Chimotianth Co no wetl look ilile' t'. iake a wr ite-np year I lived alone on a South sea is- characters are nearly all women, and

tro er inch per ditionth Conmonweavth, G(.,. I wmonhl .T ,ter I ,,of an Dieg ,,, land. I wasn't jest deserted there, but they have a certain familyresemblance.
o c t like to add that they make a fine ai e the ship blowed up an I was the only The maidens Iphigenie, Eryphile, Mon.
tnecaial agreement, h te ,alo a ei e $ per one what ev6r reached land ag'In. I ime, Junie-all resemble Hermione ma
p.r line, fi6et inierlion g ladet of just. snch towels. a yu thou.-and wo*ds d(.ucrijtive and ,floated on a spar to that there deserlute sisters, like, yet different, while against
eq~ent. Display locales "w",l.l wi.,hi ti pnt against 111'r la e- feature arltil.es i.t my tri, that island. None of you.genta knows what the more experienced victims of passion
eus. T'ukih l hathl, .smootb aid .soft to thie th t,' it is to be lonely, to have no feller bein Athalie, Roxane, fierenice, Phedre, An-
*kin 19.38 inti e oven with n- e accpt.' p e to rni to aw With, to see nuthin above but dromaque, stand out in unique dignity.
eriot the Press. them 1 e numube 11articlea a t,,l the heavens and nuthin 'round you but These women appeal to us with fai
eeti t the P Flress. -ize t -ly war[-at 15e each or points ,f iteredt v travels. This water. I wald a dad if I hadn't ketch- more tragic intensity than Joad or Hip-
Sa$1.50 per di.zen, pA.iageo pai." Pe i ed a sea gull and trained him so he polytus, Bajaets or Mithridates., Oresute
ialiui at St. Petoier.s- tg wllt UP mY spare would inind lre a dog." or Pyrrhu And thus, to anaongam -
iks ago,, 31abel, lie A.e.... ... ..
thiib nb.therho'nd uinvement r-hould hold fellow up to grog, and be sewnod to em ire of womanin literature, iaS least
hter I Mr. and i i Ve it h leair tr onage. luoy wi h ihtormat; a time loe his bearings. "Ten times I writ in ranee.
of tile Ocala Daily i ge. and tihe inspitdion, of the rtoninent home." he went on, "and half a dozen It was said that Racine did not in-
eo as the daughter of I was qatite aneuseil at a little col. may suggest as of intorest to its reati- times I cabled." vent tragic combinations as did Cor-
ored boy of whom I inquired, "-Is "Why, you old fraud," interrupted neiUe, and that la true. Far from add-
and te followrg bit thiste road to Culumbua?" w hen erS bth north an1 Pouth. a fresh water sailor who had been tak- ing to tradition, he siniplified it. He
Shonor was written You rs incerel v. ing in the narration, "if you could send sought no novel situations, but endeav-
E. Pabo r: he queried, "Are you Culumlnn.,?" JobsEPiIs C. LaIP.i. letters and cablegrams, you weren't ored to draw from natural ones their
ies. in her blue eyes It was evident he had.l ~tinlied history --- marooned. What kind of a game is thi full import, which was poetic invention
g sweetness lies; or at leaLt harI that Colunbus was Mantlans can't t Understand It. you're giving usa" of a higher kind, and in this the rules
Sweetness lies;, '11 1,A ( i But the old salt was equal to tho oc- so aided him that, as we see from his
such as crowns life's a clailk-althougli ignorant of local "1 Ie iana.-a.s C ,y .J',nid s:Iys: casion. Over he tumbled on the floor, comments on the poetics of Aristotle,
geugrap.,hy. "Capt, A. G CClarke of tihu Law- he went through the outward symptoms they seemed to him dictated quite as
ad the bloom of flowers. Ii tis rI irgher sEnction, training ig. rence Ci., in Mlunila, described the of a fit, had to be supplied with another much by reason as by authority.-O'
e when Mabel smiles e s dose of restorative and when he came wanes Review.
e hen Masbeles one very steep hillide-the police curt wheh the .\eria.. to, looked about him in a dazed way.
ng hours bguile. wing being one parallel to the have set up it, th tv, and declares "What hev I been sayin. gents?" he Wnd i~fe and the Bmse
ks, along her speech ba he illl that it i. a reveAati,,n to t1,e idtn,,,ers asked faintly. "Eversincelwasmaroon- I mar'. bold to saytoDr. Nan,'n thr.r
k oae of te hill top prevent 'washing. ta ed I have these here spells and go to un- thousands upon tl,,...- n':I a.. -.h t.
ta of sweetest s reach; 1'hee are no fences,, and although V hen a man was fited for ..r'iking winding novels. It was fur ten years, were unt .s i- a:v, rt-eri ii l :,:a :
talks of her' lips the law a'low tliity fuet ior the a C'hinmrnan thie puple wen.re munch gents," and t' e last word floated back' work I ; ,< L-. L., k w. i *li r,
Idish rattlesiligp ao tibity let woh tae %9.4 as he made a dash through the froni and t.l.t t. ILC the .1rvntl AW c.I't it.J .
when Mabel talks public ,oatd, the plow is runt ijn many surprised, buit whlen aoter nn was door.-Detroit Free Preom he cott.1 l o NLhat Ihe r I1 i. c f. .',I1
is as she walks. place.i up to the wagon track, to the sent to prison i,,r l eating hi. hlor'se butt that he i uld ', rite -i.b h a L- o
i to f Taree aAdbaration For Dicke about hit -i i-t. rr D>-s.
ghs a rippling tide aggravation of a wheelman. amazement took osse n f th. Literary jealousies are (heaven known) a"bT.J4-tiiam irna in ir, to .jy niflru."'
eems toglide wheeled abiut eighty miles on peiole and ithiy w..niete.I itt a d:zell distressing enough in themselves; they I ~t 7yiur d c'lptlon . ..u.
s like a strain the ailr.tdl track, which waas very sort ot way what manner oif Ihing it are most distressing, not in themselves, dram,~icv u-lctiig wilti .1,L.-:, n ,..
Arike arain i ai ws that tirk crwt -uno tn-an, but as symptomatic And whenever a Franz-.I,.:.:lf land, and iAr. bb. -t t
Aprilwhen Mabe in good riding tlle geater pat of thle a 1 l g t young author begins to bore you with that %us )uur r(cf rence to t IL.ul Itl
of pleasurquas. way-pasang through a tln.l 100 TiThe ca:ptiai li-,e.ourse-' as f.ll.w peevish disparagement of his fellows in which the wild n ar.s b'a:I rn,,
e ofyard n pleasure qua. had ,,e l over the confuion arising from the you may pity him even more than you senses tle -. tred the fr,-nEit (,f ieb
aer very teaars c4tle e0 1 16 pity yourself, for he is unconsciously soap which the- civilized Eurvlpean ha
ps, her very tears trouble with y rear tire the last i,-t ,1 the different kinris of mmley: parading the first and all but infallible used in hii morning aclutions."
towers of childhoods' day'. riiig into Griflii. Ii buistedi; 'But w.heli it came :o paying for the indication of intellectual barrenness. "It is rasily trie," rvep:ied Dr. Nan.
tteress of grief, mei. Th. reeteI lur ti lintnei was where mliy troubles began That querulous note foredooms him. It sen, "tbha J ,or.nid br tterness of grief, in On,>. 1S1r1. lo r t Wn ae ce is the buzz of the predestinate drone., plainly as if it h1:1l L..<-n a .-:ring ,pr-
Sof relief, in 01. (1 a. Such lack was quite I gave w.ier a V0) gold pece; Conversely, it is the first sign of useful- fume. JolLn..-', n,-::. I lie same triig
when Mabel weeps annoying, I r the day was cool audn after da ,luc'ing his $10 lie gave me ness that it recognizes an1 is attracted when LL u:ei up. JL tuL', fur severniI
er'sFbosom creeps. til]e oad' fine, andni h.lt Ind me in return nineteen full Aized silver by usefulness. Except by this simple days o"r r,-':- o( arnell was wondrft.l-
truth you will find it hard to explain, ly acute. As I approached Jackson's
ps, above her head, only e1vetet-n miles, wbheo I honjpedi la rs. Uno''ti unately, I had no for instance, Turgenef's enthusiasm hut I tuLr'I. -" I[ L i LIutil iv'ovryihiuug
ve is spread, to reach ixty. However, this iil %heelbaorrow, ..so I ad to carry the for Dickens. What attraction, you will it contai-ed ar.' i;-r sort of InveAt.ry
e heavenlyrest I tnff as be.t I coulll, part in each ask yourself, could the creator of such of its at. res wirl"'t entertbi. In n day
tuck now apupeals to liave beon a ti 1 nas hobaraoters as Neshdanoff and Bazarof or two tJ.is acut-e.si woe ,IF, and owe
t the dea maid's nest. blebing in, disguise to stop mUe at a pi.,cket sanl a .atnlI be-ides. Bit find in the creator of such characters as became nitete ..-f..1: in t!-t r.s wVl as
hen Mabel bvi l keeps,. C durig r his was only the hbeginnig. I then Mr. Pickwick and the Cheeryble broth- in othr.r rer-7 r. lut I T "r'cr if a
useless vil keepss' co ,n,. a clung a,,ny ,e It vnt t oI ,st tffi..-' andI o.,ght ers; the mild and melancholy Slav in man were to live wil f)r a tfew years
Soand t-l t hnizh, iaccla* an.d %%ie l.. the cheery, vigorous British optimist? if hib c.~,,' . l : z. t L.cume
ho th, ours bowt ..--a. 'Lt is i l l..u i u ;ent Vwg-ts ,.Roudjne and Mr. glicawber aro, each. -q1t8 ~. a .. "-. -. -. r .. ..~3-I.F". ~
0pO: h id hood's tbow- it ..t l .n.ai t. [ a at. n n ..a h. ti n is way, tudties of tbe sanguine, ton- Chirago 1':r- 1" r'l.
ti' F,31; ..0 ,,,..I.,m, L ,.,wl .a,,. h. .r practical temperament which feels on .J.
yve, thu.t covers all, A.. a w,,,ll I ',a'e eanjoI mai y aillt d ',ler, 21' *.( p.t )De h.e r cop- ltasown illusions. But the merooollooa- anof b-:r,.,a L.:s.
bcel fall. tila> li. aai' li y n ueenan m, .Ii0 'a1~. 1' 0, i. ". ,'t, f ,',ic n dl, tion of the two names raises a smile. "Yes." sigbrd the snbrban Trr! n t,
,2el of swt.r hi d i]rF1} a .n', t, s.,; of a quniate. li The two stand as wide apart as the "I thought I had slakcu oif my boodo
i of w.t h.,s v ,,i, ,. i i;,: lti. i,, s ,ch ae li: eau. ,eai,,5 .,,t,,;i an a op tina.-cier to poles, and can only, you would say, until that l-t1: blow a e. l uw I have
I fe s unn slopes. iai n, n., .ati% r Lo ialk i thaiough, tfigne out ti. c ,,e have come from imaginations as wide figured out thbt my wi~et rlan i to
l".-o,' G ls. ,,l, ,o ,,,-, 1,1 ,, hi'.., apart as the poles. Turgenef's whole just sit around the bon. anud protect
v-k tht l h.0 0als. ia> is ,,.a., r f -,i,,., iig ineuiu.,, l,, ----.ri, cougt, cold theory of his art was a point blank de- Such properLy as I ho lett.
k that ail lth". Ai 1 e,, e. ,,r f,,.,i.1 **l, laling bi- I'Atma ^ I-**ip, coug', cold, nial of Dickens' whole theory. And "Wcun I wet,, ,u. thvre, it as 'witih
irto ie te nm .. n e c roup and .hool cough readily yield yet Turgenef's admiration of Dickens a longing to revive the pleaures of life
ii'-- )ie te, 3y, to Oie. Minute Cough Care. Use this was fervent and constant. "It does not in a country huue, snch as helt mae1R
SI t1 .ear to. BLut thlee ac. atiav, a oyv t uhe retaedy in time anl oave a doctor's bill -matter," somewhere observes Mr. Bir- my boyhood s h.-prpy. ,iat my e::l.ri-
laiillul active.the takr'. ..F.Brakin&Son rell, "what the little poets do. but ioens wre ah dbrigmt. hicyen thiev.ci
1.kriles and.,aaiiles, 1 ,_ vee te Ith, great ones should never pass one anoth- tons hrrl hpen bright. Chicken thien.ny
.:Ugb4 nuies,e s'n e l. aon ,Cool. er without a royal salute. "-A. T. raided nmy h. try rntil iie i nt, of i.y
5 ath eneale.!ly, o. in. 1t po r -,I duC 0o Qulller-Couoh in Pall Mall Gazette. oboicL C. ..n CL;'.as L.vl (>:-,.'are'i.
en-.tla- cf HSte, 1l.i', of canton lat ye.r,, ai Hv the c.,lnesq ot' oe maln somie- All t!.. -:ius. f.:i t v; .lundr oc
0 0 -7 glanc t, the -l,,,plcoof cutton last year. di.
nthe s tie l times actl. nl h i ,companions, seem- In the Tall Biudinugs. from trr- tri h nL't I 1:. intch:'1
ngn the street te u a a ingly dlrivi.g Ihem of fear, is shown The man who when he goes to a lofty with je lo-s feathers o'er them, cd t is -ring y 'e't ainl could modern building to see somebody n the pigs tint s.rve.~ me i-p tle d-.pnoal of
other e erin story nt belongs to tle .war in tenth floor finds an express elevate garb"- wer.' narr' ptvv .ized to
os.lober mei-- weat her.kot ace Io feast at thole snao are without t
.lls-Syrbore tm. I e see a few ppil ia, and the British attack on Si whose first stop is at the seventh floor, grace th feast ot t.hoe e are ot
,bore tim. 1 hve s e a few night uil o: ready to start, and so reaches the tenth the l0.ar of iho ]w h':...o itieir ey'..
e' girls to me (roin ithe factories, anld i la pupils for floor almost before he knows it, is sure d ot cRtatcr' with ." 3 oiliiig L.O of mi.v
iand ^ wniessons "Driiig tin e attack tile Britl.h to be impressed by the experience even livoeto,*k-.nd f.r:nu u..,. tb. nii
oan tWinn g, lessons .. te organ .hal to- v'advace ecro.s a long .n.pro- though it may not be new to him. marauders inuad,.i .y l.n~sh:I.. .
o or three I do not look for a large music tetleb, ,ilge in tie face of a battery Another thing that is sure to impress awake!:o:' o:, 1:1 ninh. to u",te :c. ab1
Sis not siinburecom-a visitor is the local travel that ha snce of r.r.t-.e w;a:'r'l. hir'., .:,
t is not sinning. 6 laas hetlo, but y enpty arse c of six gn-, which copletely com- sprung up in the tall buildings. While lars rl cu inucl,'udtl. N1v w.tch (,.-
r fellow's girl- pels me to. make somie special eftuat muond en liur 1. n nt me inad lhrsa-i chn::
Ir fellow'm ab rle p-ls me to make s Imto -pecial e n't mended tine approach. The ,1n were in an elevator he will see some one ge dlnd wiih th'tr, of ,, th &Ltt,..
I'mab sio ko t, repionial it. I left St. Andrews iwiling to expose t iemselv t on at one floor and get off at another, d ,ne vih bu ra t o te ui.
nwiwileg t cash anosIopped at te e I may be that some concern has offices Then 1 put iu buit],r ,irm6 and slept
sewith ntabe Iknow with $1-.65 in cash ai solped at certain death, tall one soldier. Cum- on one floor and rooms for drafting or with one eye oren.
S e Giffin-after traveling early 0 ingr- by name a man in fanltet for other work on another, or there "Just as linad beoomereondled ant
"* *miles on muy wheel-with $1.8. 1 at, stepe forward t th may be business relations between sep- ws flin ecuro they ind d me to
ing Ihe above had fare entertainment where 1 lee- n arate concerns on different floors and run for office. cu know the rent. I
amiaddle ef tine bridge. going to and fro between them bjust 5 spent 03,00 and didn't get a place i
has brought me, tared, received the very weighty a Ti e ria, g as im ediately swept therewonuldM hb along the street between the race. They double cron-ed me. Now
,word she writes of $141 rom .ollcfts and $fr mne th them if they were on the street leveL I'm an Ishmadite. I will neither give
es caught me. $,, by the fire of the oatt*ry. Vhen the building which nor ask quarter. I've retired, and I
'girls gohang!. repan a organ t c wl a smoke cleaned away C rmmings was on floor above floor, business of the have the fist private ollection of fire-
lg to frgi ever .org n b o n waye seen standing utnnjure, carefully same nature is carried on, and in which arms in thi or ay othr out "-
n--lo i, feeding repairs, butn the owners were i dut 'n his bo, customers go from floor to floor without Detroit r ss.
ming to forgive! ot able bf brushing the diuste his s coming down to the street again until -te Ready Wit. -
mine; I know it. no able, because of ,poo. cr.ps and water which he adjusted a single glas they have viitd all the concerns with Though he had long ored her in
iladelpbia Enquirer. low price of cotton, to. have the work to hi ee, and kei bak at the which they may have occasion to do eoret-worshiped, iu fa6t, the ground
ig Oi. done. I ihad to pay for a few nights' nen. 'lis Theytook nes one not prard beneath th sles of her
and rather Iodging a n e sone nall cycle ae- he bie an 'f tert -with a overfamiliar with it there i still likely bn .tle No. s 'ep uicne g
, modish gown, pairs, and tuoka lunch each day on whotp. '-Argonant to be fownd much of interest in the use to put his fate to the tost. Poor fellow
blithe spring weather, the r'.ad lor dinner'. How is this for t rhe modern elevator.-New York He was one of those shy, modest, sel

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S eoe -Tarklta Btrategy and Football.
The strategio position of the Greek
and Turkish armies in the late cam.
paign was but little more complicated
thas the strategic position of two foot-
ball teams when they are lined up for a
borimmage. When the game began, the
Greeks had poseuosion of the ball, and
they rushed it into Turkish territory,
where they lost it almost immediately
on a fumble, and after that the Turks
drove them rapidly down the field, go-
ing around their ends and breaking
through their center very naoh as they
The Greeks were outnumbered three
to one, but there are many people who
think that they would have run away
even. had the -nuntber i nena'on both
idea ieen equal. There is, howe i& .
way of pirvtbrz tislA fS w done shis, while it can be proved thao
they were outnumbered and were near,
ly always for that reason attacked as
strongly on the flank as in the front.
This fact should be placed to their cred-
it side in summing up their astroge
conduct. If an eleven from Princeton
played three elevens from Yale at the
name time, one can see that *h4 game
would hardly be interesting. ad to ar-
ry out the simile still fur-e a and then
to drop it, it was as though t iW Prinoe-
ton eleven was untrained, t4.ha4. no
knowledge of tricks or o team play,
and absolutely no regard ft its captain
as a captain.-Riohard Hrding Davis
in HFir-r's MaNaaziue.
'hilneA Ilninrlt.g CWrdi.
John Cbhiir.;.iu isa l c.:.t, if loi
quite, aO vLrsii Iz-ts Ia u l-Iia,3ho. iu the
variety of bis camdi and ga'n.i. The
Chinese pneus vjay in uin:uiweA oohit r-
ably. ThLy uti:l;i-i uf troi aP to t'0
cards, the lattr btinug ualli ita "iwriti' "
They also uatyh in si. cLintr ai qu. 1-
ity. As in t'uchre, tho JhJiu.-u sport a
"Jonkr" thoinfirtiutJi tbr.e ." fiJur). A
plain board bhicb can taLu the l- .u ,i
any other ciid. omen packs hqver-,und-
ed corners, v% itlih ditittivet-.uilt yuwixbjs
marked on each card, while others are
The number of pnmes played by the
Chinese is apparently without end.
The kbapali panks are popular. KhA.o.
boo is a very well known game in the
celestial empire, so much so, idleed,
that an English gentleman oonuected
with the consular service t Ubhia or-
dered some khan *hoo pa ks to be man-
afactured by a well known Engliah
firm., witjb a view of populariaing the
game in England.
Fatan le another very popular uame
in China. Its distinbgve feature is thus
no one excepi-t ba~ri -*t ever been
known .iteave the tabld a winuer.-
Chitago J owaM .... ": : .' '
Sy ?iamon &x a.s a &y JjQ
Scnator Williant mE. Mason always
has bees a Joker. Even when a school-
boy he never let a chance peas without
having his taa at thi e82xpee of fObw
one else.
When be was a public school plII,
the ooy knew us much aboO $,'ecrib-
biug" as they do now, and it was noth-
ing new for them to conceal needed in-
formation on tupir Ol fs or inside their
Ono day when Willio Mason was tak-
ing an examination the keen eyed techb-
er observed him take o u his watch.ev-
ery minute or two. The pedagogue grew
sns'icious. Finally ho strode slowly
down the aisle and atoppud in front of
Willie's desk.
Tiet rme. see your wttch," he comin
"All right, sir," was the meek reply.
The teacher opened the front lid. He
I'uohod somewhat ahcepish when he read
tbu single word, "Fooled."
But be was a shrewd man. He was
not to be tbhrwu oCT tl.e scout so easily.
lo opi-ned the haak lid. Then he was
satisfld. There he red-.h
"Fooled again. "-New-Y. ri iOtaruaI
Whiner EIher ~'ay.
"Yeuu.gman, "said the mpl'timillton.
ine angrily, "how dare you get en-
gaged without my knowledge and. to an

"Such & matter, sir, is one i- which
I do not think(hat even a father should
be absolute."
"But yoa never easned a peany in
your life. Supposing I publicly reanounco
"All right, air. The more you pub-
lily renounce me t.he more you adver-
tise mny wi".,"---taad Magazine.




oo k.

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

The steaniei Alpha came in from
Mobile on Wednesday night of last
week, having on board the first con-
signment of material tr, be asked ini
the construction of the St. Andrews
Lumber Co.'s Watson Bayou mill.
She proceeded to Apalachicoia and
Carrabelle, Thnrsday morning, and
returning arrived here Sunday after-
noon, lay over till 7 o'clock Monday
morning, when she steamed cut for
The steam buoy-ter.der Laurel was
in the Bay Friday and Saturday at-
tending to the buoya, ere.
The Jeqsia Mitchell returned Sat
nrdav from the bt. Jus.pl fishing
grounds and Capt Maxon expresses
himself as well satisfied with the re-
sult of the trip.
The Lucy H. of Pensacola, Ca pt.
Jesse Ward came into the Bay Fri-
day night from Apalachicola and
went up North Bay to the tilupentine
camps, where she loaded with naval
stores. returned to St. Andrews Tnes-
day evening and departed lor Pensa.
cola, ye.teiday.
The Daisy A. from Pearl Bayou
came down Tuesday and remained at
St. Andrews until yesterday morning.
The Cleopatra arrived fiom Pensa-
cola Tuosday evening, nloaded down
witL, freight, and with two passengers.
The schooner Nettie iciurned from
Pensacola Tuesday evening.

Leaves St. Andrews R:ay every Tuesday,
leaves Pensacola every Friday,
(weather permitting). Special atten-
tCon will be given to receiving and
forwarding freight for parties living on
Ea.sat and North Bay, 'assengers for
points on either arm of the lsay can
.depend upon securing prompt trans-
portation at reasonable raled. For
further information apply to
L. M. WARi & Co.. Agra
G2 ADY .
Carries the East Bay Mall between St.
Andrews Bay, Wetappo ai.d intermedi-
ate points. Leaves St. Andrews daily
(except Sunday) at 6:00 ai. in.; arrive at
Wetappo at 1i:34 p. ni.; leave Wetappo
at 1:00 p. in.; arrives at. St. Andrews at
7:30 p. m. Makes landings regularly at
garrisonn, Cromanton, -Parker, Pitts-
burg and Farmndalo. FreigLt landed at -
any postqffice wharf. For passenger and
freight rates, see rate card in lie soe-
e1-al postofficUs.
A Week's W'eather.
The following table gives the maxi- c
mum, minimum and mean tempera-
tures, the rainfall and direction of the t
wind, for the twenty-four hours ending
at 7 o'clock p. m., as indicated by U. S. I
government self-registering thermom-
eters. Max:Min. Mean. R'n W'd
April 19 8') 65 72 .00 se
20 84 60 72 .00 se E
S 21 75 f,7 66 .00 s
22 74 64 69 .30 se
23 75 64 68 .11 se &
24 79 61 70 .00 se o
25 79 67 73 .00 sw
Forweek... I 78 I 62 | 70 I .41 I c

SERV ES must be fed on pure, rich
Blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the \
"best nerve tonic. By enriching the s
blood it makes the nerves STRONth f


'arker Lodge No. 142

Regular Conumtini-
r /i sections on the first
1and third Saturday
in each month.
Visiting Brothlier
W. A. EMMONSs.Secretary,

Td Gtkr, a Cold In O te Da0,
'Make Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund money if it fails to
cure. 25c. The genuine has L. B. Q. on
each tablet...
: na aun of Hair. .
Chickens .are sold by the piece in
Biuenos Ayres. They are dressed before
being offered for sale, the only feathers
left upon them being those of the taiL
Te same custom prevails in Chinsa
asr to dogs, where a bit of the dog's haijr
is always left on the end of the tail,
even when the animal ia cooked. But
this is because the Chinese consider the
flesh of black dogs the best and moot
certain to put a brave spirit into the
body eof the eater' .

No Right to Ugliness.
The woman who is lovely in face,
form and temper will, always have
friends, but one who would be attract-
ive must keep her .health. If she is
weak, sickly and rll run iown, she will
be nervous and iritable. If~'he has
constipation or kidney trouble, her' im-
pure bloodwilll cause pimples. blotches,
skin eruptions and a wretched complex-
ion. Electr e Bitters fs the best medi-I
.cine in the world to regulate stomach,
liver and kidheys and to purify the
blood. It gives strong nerves, bright
eyes. smooth. velvety .skin. rich com-
ple-xion. Tt will make a good-looking


irable. Call at or address the Buoy d
or full particulars. c
-A petition to the legislature which
has just.been sent in from the fishermen a
of St. Andrews Bay and vicinity prays j
for a reconsideration or amendment of t
the law prohibiting the use of a seine t
with less than a one and one-half inch 14
nesh, and it should have the earnest s
support of our representatives. Tie s
bullet of the West Gulf coast do not
compare in size with those of South -
Florida, and consequently a seine that o
will do there will not answer here, and a
,ice versa. Some discrimination should e
certainlyy be made as to localities; for to 1f
aiforce the law as it now is will work D
greatt hardship among those of the P
Northern part of the state who depend
apon fishing for a livelihood.
-An industry of St. Andrews Bay ,
hat is bound to attract the attention of j
hose who are interested in railroad a
matters. and one also that has not as 1
et received its full recognition, is the
na'J.ish mackerel fishing. The actual I
watch of this spring up to the present
ime; based upon personal interviewing i
f tit several fishermen of this place e
caches nearly a 200,000 pounds-this
if mackerel alone, to say nothing of the
their *varieties, including pompano,
bullet, bluefish, etc. Of this amount
Sias safe to say, ninety per cent. have tl
een shipped to Pensacola in smacks, rl
nd from there expressed to all parts fo
4 the country. As it is now the bal- to
sice of this catch, say 25.000 pounds li
as tobe salted; whereas, if the trans- m
ortation was direct from here by rail, us
ie entire output of the Bay would be cI
hus shipped. This business combined co
ith our other growing industries is -'
el1 wort4 the careful consideration as
Ad investigation of capitalists and all h,

property of poor Delia herself.

In 1877 Falcon island, in the Friend-
y group, began as a smoking shoal
'en years later it was a volcanic island
bout 800 feet high and over 1% miles
ong. Now it is disappearing..

LOOK OUT for the first signs of
impure blood-Hood's Sarsaparilla
s your safeguard. It will purify,
rich and vitalize your BLOOD.

remarkablee Cure of Rheuma-
KxNNA, Jackson Co., W. Va.-About
hrce years ago my wife had an attack of
jeumatism which confined her to her bed
r over a month and rendered her unable
D walk a step without assistance, her
imbs be ing swollen to double their nor-
al size Mr. S. Maddox insisted on my
sing Chamberlain's Pain-Balm. I pur-
based a fifty-cent bottle and used it ac-
ording to the directions and the next
morning she walked to breakfast without
distance id any manner, and she Las mn t
d a similar attack since.-A. it. PA SONS. I


Elected Unit
on the St
A- a result of


S states Senator
pond IBallot.
lie shortest senatu-

-Razors and pocket knives at the Pi-
oneer Drug Store.
-Mrs. Rawls spoke again in the Pres-
byterian church Thursd6y night to a
large gathering.
-Fresh Florida grown garden seeds
and onion sets at the Pioneer Drug
-Triumph watermelon seeds-Mel-
ons weigh as high as 100 poands-at Pi-
oneer Drug Store.
-Aliens Tasteless Chill Tonic, Sar-
saparilla and Yellow Dock are the
best. For additional evidence call on
Dr. J. J. Kester.
-J. W Anderson of Anderson, on
North Bay, who has been quite sick
%ith la-grippe and fever is improving
under the care of Dr. Kester.
-A good big Tablet for 8 cts and a
good thick school tablet with 175 leaves
for 10 cts; all with handsome covers and
good, ruled paper, at the BUOY office.
-Capt. Brock and his fishing crew
came up from St. Joseph on Wednesday
of last week. They report good suc-
cess and have gone back to try their
luck again.
-The county commissioners of this
county have extended the time for the
payment of taxes until May 1; hence
they will not become delinquent until
after that date
-Brin-g your ordinary school ink bot-
tle to the Buoy office and for 5c get it
filled with Arnold's celebrated Chem-
ical Writing Fluid-the very best ink
made. Must have your own cork.
-The St. Andrews Horticultural
and Improvement Company is prepar-
ed to clear, improve and plant into fruit
any tract of land which may be given
them. It will pay all persons to buy a
tract from them and have it improved.
-Don't think you can cure that slight
attack of dyspepsia by dieting. or that
it -will cure itself. Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure WILL cure it; it "digests what
you eat" and restores the digestive or-
gans to health. Sold by R.:F. Brankin
& Son.
-Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date line and views or
either St. Andrews Bluff, or Buena Vista
Point, at 8c. per dozen; also map of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 12c. per dozen, at the
BuoY office
-It you are Ltinking 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 are short of
-money and want to buyon longtime for
actual settlement you can be accommo-
-The Reunion of the United Confed-
erate Veterans will take place at
Charleston, S. C., on Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May
10th, lth, ]2tb and 13th, 1899. Gen-
eral Jos. Wheeler has consented to de-
liver the oration at the opening exer-
cises on May 10th.
-If anyone doubts thatoSt. Andrews
Bay is the homo of the rose, they should
-all at the- -uoffee-_..etiben.
eyes upon the beautiful bouquet sent
here by Mrs. G. W. Surber of Pretty
Bayou. It embraces seven or eight dif-
ferent varieties and colorings of all
shades from pure white to deep crim-
son to delight the eye, and fills the sur-
rounding space with their exquisite
and delicate perfume.
-In almost every neighborhood there
is some one whose life has been saved t
by Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, or who has been r
3ured of chronic diarrhoea by the use I
of that medicine. Such persons make a
a point of telling of it whenever oppor- d
unity offers, hoping that it may be the
means of saving other lives. For sale
by L. M. Ware, St. Andrews and Bay-
head and all medicine dealers.
-The Buoy is corcmissioned to bring
seller and buyer together for a most de- l
iirable bargain in real estate about two
and-a-half miles from the Buoy office s
)n the Parker road Five acres of '
ground, fenced, with good two-story
cottage and furniture for small family j
wvil be given away for less than half
vhat the improvements cost, if taken t
very soon. Title perfect; location de- l

The Young Peoples Baptist Uniot
meets at the Baptist church ever.
Sunday at 3 .. m. All invited.
The Y. P. S.C. E. meets every Sun
day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the
Presbyterian church. All interest<
In Christian Endeavor work are
earnestlv invited to attend.

Can't Twiddle 'their Thumbs.
The gorilla and chimpanzee, which
belong to the higher order of ates, have
many points of resemblance to man.
but there is one thing they cannot do-
that is, twiddle their thumbs.
In the gorilla the thumb is short and
does not reach much beyond the bottom
of the first joint of the forefinger. It is
very much restricted in its movements,
and the animal can neither twiddle his
thumbs nor turn them round so that
the tips-describe a circle '
There are the same number of bones
In the hand of a gorilla as in the hand
of man, but the thumbs of the monkey
have no separate flexor or bending mus-
cle. This is why a monkey always keep.
the thumb on the same side as the fin-
gers and never bends it round any ob-
ject that may be grasped.
In the gorilla the web between the
fingers extends to the second joint, the
fingers taper to the tips, and there is a
callosity on the knuckles on which the
animal rests when walking on all fours.
There are many other strong points
of resemblance between the ape and
man, but-well,e wish to be charita-
ble to our fellow man and will there-
fore drop the subject

If you suffer from tenderness or full-
ness on tihe ribht side, pains undei
shoulder blade, constipation, biliousness
sick-headache, and feel dull, heavy and
slrepv, your liver is torpid and congested.
De Witt's Little Early Rtsers will cur-
you promptly, pleasantly and permanent-
ly by removing the congestion and caus.-
ing the bile ducts to open and flow nal-
urally. THEY ARK OOD PILLS. For sale at
R F. Brackin & Son's.

A Sarcastic Coongreasman.
Ex-President Benjamin Harrison at
a banquet told the following story on
"Judge Martindale has recalled the
time when I was the very youngest
and very smallest elder, which reminds
me of an occurrence at Washington
when a number of very anomalous bills
for public improvements were intro-
duced. I decided to veto some of them.
t remember that there was a New York
representative who had an interest in an
appropriation of $250,000 for a public
building on the Hudson. A friend
learned from him that it had been ve-
toed. 'See the president,' suggested his
friend. The representative responded
that that was his intention, and next
he was informed by the secretary that
the president could not be seen. 'Good
gracious!" exclaimed the representa-
tive. 'Has he got so small as that "
Try Allen's Foot-Ease,
A powder to be shaken into the shoes.
At this season your feet get swollen.
nervous and hot, and get tired easily.
If you have smarting feetor tightshoes,
try Allen's Fool-Ease1 It 'cools the
eet and makes walking easy. Relieves
-orns and bunions of all pain and gives
rest and comfort.. Try it today Sold
by all druggists, 'grocers, shoe stores
and general storekeepers everywhere.
Price 25c. Trial package FREE. Ad.-
iress Allen S. Olmstead, Le Roy, N. Y.

Misplaced Sympathy.
There was once a paterfamilias who
was eloquently indignant about the
way his daughters imposed upon the
aundress in the matter of white petti-
coats in winter. "It was a shbame at all
seasons," he said, "but in cold weather,
with no excuse for wash skirts, it was
cruel to ask that poor, hardworking
;irl to slave and toil over their wash-
ng as she was obliged to do."
One day the paterfamilias, happening
o pass through the laundry, tore up
tairs, white with rage, to where his
daughters were. "Well, girls," he
ried, "this is too much. White petti-
oats in winter are bad enough, but
when it comes to such white petticoats
s I saw Delia breaking her back over
ust now down stairs-ruffles from top
o hem and tacks and lace and em-
>roidery-why, it's a day's work to
ook at one of them. If you must have
uch extravagant fripperies, for heaven's
ake have them plain."
The daughters investigated. Since
he last paternal outburst they had
iven up white petticoats, either ruffled
r plain, and in either spring, summer,
utumn or winter. It was as they fear-
d; the "extravagant fripperies," ruft-
ed from top to hem, over which poor
)ella was breaking her back, were the


plated Lamp
Becond-hand Wheels, al ma.kes. up. /
Shiotped a a 0 o. naperov&L
Z7 South Ninh Phladelphia, Pa.

tetn d beuitifie* thc .bklr.|
ommote. a It.Zuii< i rOwh. I
aril s to Ree! ntre l
,Vn.t .m ,.tktni C Ola-.

--You can get fine prunes, figs, dates,
raisins and candies at the Pioneer
Drug Store.
C-Home-Grown new Irish potatoes
have made their appearance in market
and are selling at forty cents a ,eck.
-The Buoy is indebted to R. A. Wil-
lard for valuable assistance in collect-
ing'interesting local news for the past
three weeks' .
-J. C. Holly of the West Peninsula
has been supplying St. Andrews people
with delicious green peas and fine,
large new turnips the nast week.

rial contest in orida in the memo-
ory of the oldest nhalbitalit, the leg-
islature of thia state coveredI .-s!if
with gloiy on lie 19th .ist., by
electing Jamnes T'aalero of Duval
county, United States Senator to
succeed Sainuel 'asco, oni the second
S. Thin is is cr tainly a departure
from the proreial program of dleald-
lucks and long' continued contests .
and nne that will be hailed within jy
by the people of Florida.
Mr. Taliafero has all the qualifica-
tions to make a senator in whom hi i
constituency can take the greatest of
pride, and every one believes that lie
will make just such a senator. May
he not disappoint them.

**Two Sweethearts o Mine."
This aongiwas received by tile
Buoy from thi publishers a few days
ago, and the, ejot an.-I words were
so nieloutiy that we can-
not help but reprint the chorus tor our
One has hair of silvery gray.
The other just like gold.
One is gay and youthful
While the other's bent and old.
But dearer tbai life are both to me,
And from neither would I part,
One is my mother. God bless her I love
The other is my sweetheart.
This song complete, words atid
music, will be sent to any addiess for
20 cents in silver or stamps, by the
Groeene Music Publishing Co., 32 E.
Fifth street, Cincinnati, O hib.
.Some ot'the results of nerilected dyspeu-
tic conditions of the stvniach are cancer,
consumption, heart disease and epilepsy.
Kodul Dyspepsia Cure prevents all tLis by
effebting a quick cure in all cases of dys-
pepaia. For sale by R. F. Brackin & Son.
Promilina Pupil.
Some years ago a well known Amer-
ican pianist gave a concert at which he
played agduet for two pianos with a
pupil The pupil, a young man of great
talent, had come from a small town,
and one of the well to do natives of the
town went to the city for the sole pur-
pose of attending the concert. On his
return be was asked what he thought
cf the young man's musical achieve-
"He's doing as well as anybody could
wish. and he'll do better yet." replied
the prosperous townsman, with deci-
"He played a piece with his teacher
that was 20 pages long. He gave the
teacher the start by five minutes, and
then he clipped in. and they came out
at the Beq dnd, cU. if you'll k-
It eyf-S iVthn i heard tb, t.'.
I made up lay mind we needn't w-orry
another mite about how George would
"His t-ah-r's connsideredi the best
pianno layor in this part of the coun-
try. and if George could do what be
'id at th;t ctuoctt it won't bp many
.-itr- ,-f, r,. '-ll b' li.at him out and ont.
'or c,;i n,'-t ri!y nn t ;;.t
"i ho hi, wtl;;,' t t, ,'lt ir was a lect
i ILp, iu tint n t n r-tY w o'ari' timae that
f'ac l h-i v t t'*1.T- t., nn ertnke one oif
;h P,, t.ro pi;nn plecpi witb G'h r:r'
unless. ; orge.tr give's' him a gold t,:n
iunrtes' tartof hiru"- Youth's Coui

BismarcK's Iron Nerve
Was the result of his splendid health.
Indomitable will aud trem ndous ener-
gy are not found where the stomach,
liver, kidney and bowels are out of or-
der. If you want these qualities and
the success they bring, use Dr. King's
New Life Pills. They develop every
power of brain and body. Only 25c at
all drug stores.
A Woman'g annk.
The Fifth Avenne National bank of
New York has 6.000 women depositors
It is situated at the corner of Forty
fifth street and Fifth avenue, in the
midst of the residences of wealthy
classes, and is almnist exclusively pat-
ronized by rich women, who keep their
household accounts and pin money
there. The receiving tellers are very
busy during the first few days of every
month, when the patrons of the bank

E 18. 00 hkiejrdler $6169
1i $ UU0nsSuil t, fIor .8
202-204 E. 1ORd St., NEW YORK CTYr.
The Largest Clothing
Manufacturers tn America.
t i UBOYS' ADO | "
tlVi F Toms,7
ASwith Extra Paft andl V7
we Pay Bxprossago.
Thee Suits are made up of Alt Weteet asteree
trimmed with fast black Sateen, the best of workman-
ship, cat Double Brenated, Steu, j to 9 years, with
811k Itmbroldecred Sallter Collar, to to 1s ye*M : with-
out SaUor Collar. All Pate have Patent Waist Baud@.
We seud pieces of the cloth ad *xtrae buttoa. with
each aIt. Kladly mUen.a If large et mal le r ge.
SThi Style

"" 2`smapl am

Sample sent if )~ou say
.It's unlike all others.
JBox, post-paid, 15 ets. in stamps.
It's Sold Everywhere.
Thep Eleantro Sllic nt- o., 40 Cliff Rt..



"Only the First Step

is Difficult."

The first step in Spring
should be to cleanse Natre's"

lations. Hood's Sarsaparilla
does this work easily. tis
America's Greatest Spring
Medicine. It purifies the blood,
as millions of people say "'.
It makes the weak strong, as netrvoun
men and women gladly testify. It
cures all blood diseases, as thousands
of cured voluntarily write. It is just the
medicine for you, as you will gladly say
after you have given it a fair trial.
Bad Blood-'- Although past 70 years of
age I am thoroughly well. It was three
bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla that made
me so after spending over $60 In medical
attendance. My trouble was a raw sore on
my ankle." MRS. LOUISA MasoN, Court
Street, Lowell, Mass.
Running Sores-" After worrying four
months I gave my children Hood's Sarap-
parilla and it cured them of running sores.
Hood's Pll` cured me of dyspepsia and
constipation." MRs. KATE E. THOMAS, 31
Governor St., Annapolis, Md.
Consumptive Cough Five years
ago 1 had a consumptive cough which re-
duced me to a skeleton. Was advised to
take Hood's Sarsaparilla which I did and
recovered normal health. I have been well
ever since." MATILDA BRIDGEWATER, Cor.
Pearl and Chestnut Sts., Jeffersonville, Ind.

Hood's Pills cure Uver Ills. the non-irritaing and
only cathartic to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla

Fan For the Shah.
During the winter months the little
colony of 60 or 70 English people at Te-
heran organize concerts for one ainoth-
er's amusement There is a dance now
and then at the legation, and when the
weather is cold of course there is skat-
ing Skating is the greatest marvel of
all to the Persians. Some years ago the
late shah., Nasr-i-Din. saw 20 skaters
twirling and curling and spinning
graetrnlly on the ice. He was amused.
He thought it wonderful The next day
he sent to the legation and borrowed a
dozen pairs of the skates. These he
made hi.s ministers put on and attempt
to .skate on the lake in the palace
grinn.ds The poor ministers were ter-
ribly discomfited. but it was twice as
much as their heads were worth to re-
fuse. His majesty was more amused
than ever. and he nearly had an apo-
plectic fit from laughing

Volcanic Eruptions
Are gmrand, but skin eruptions rob life
of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve cures
them: also old running fever sores, ul-
cers, boils, felons, corns, warts, cuts,
bruises, burns, scalds, chapped hands,
chilblains. Best pile cure on earth.
Drives out pains and aches. Only 25 cts
a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by all

Alturiteys at Lnw,
Q u'ii &-..* ,fa\3IrGoM .C'O, FLA
i A lianl Title.. anid ('fl'ictiois we
uaike a Speciallv.

Dssoliition Notice.
Th' piartner.,hip lheretofo'r' visiting be-
i\ciin ihe under.igned is 'his d-'y dis-
solved ley mutinal consent, John R.
Thonipsoni ret ring.
The biuinrss aill be cuminmcted by L.
M. W'ire, 1o a'sumes all lshiliilcs and
to nlhomn nil indeltednes,' i, n pvable.
Jn, . '0rtMPS1 .
St. Andrews B y., Fla., Mar. 30, 1899


Offers His Professional Services to the Citizens of St. Andrews and
Surrounding Country.
May be roud at his residence on Buenns Vista avenue at night.

Captain, JAs. E.CLARK.

255 Tons Burden. Passenger Capacity 50

Mobile toSt Andre Bay and 5 00 St Andrews Bay to Apalachlcola.. 2 50
Apalachicola...... :..: 7 00[ t Carrabel e....... C
it Carrabelle ............ 8 00 IApalaehicols to Carrabelle....... 7c

5th, 15thand 25th at7 p.m........... Mobile...........12th, 22d and 2d a.m.
7th, 17th and 27th p.m S... AndCroman ::. ...IIthb. 21st and 1t a.m.
8th, 18th and 28th a.m..........Apalachiola........1llth, 21st and 1st p. m.
9th, 19th and 29th a.mC...........Carrabelle.... l th, 20th and 30th noon

Connects at Apalachicola witii steamors up Chattahoochee River. At
Carrabelle with C. T. & G. Railroad for Tallahassee.
For further information, freight rates and special rates for large parties
. ,3, ("APT-r .sAX r'T.AV'Kr Mobile. Alanmitma.

'Fed adI0Stable,


Chipley, Florida.


Parties en route for St. Andrews Bay or other points
can arrange for conveyance at reasonable rates bv ad-

dressing, A. J. GAY, Chimley, Floridfa



N4. Hats : and : Caps. -/+-

4 Hosiery.




Corner of Bayview and Wyomine Avenues on Bay Front.
Glassware. Tinware and Notions!
What you canI't find at any other Store, come to the RAC K ET
S TORE 8gd get.

Bread, Pies and Cakes, Specialties,
I. G(3 DARD, P'roparietor.

SeI Nxr I3E Ix FmcIAu..
PESAGOLA, Fla, Opj.o.-if ,r,., .'-ni ",i.Micn ,pD rt.
Is the Piace for Passengers Going to and from

Rooms Comfortable! Terms Reasonable!

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bring in the allowances they have re-
ceived from their husbands or fathers.
but the rest of the time they have com-
paratively few depositors to take care
of, and have plenty of time to assist the
paying tellers in cashing checks that
have been drawn to meet grocery or
dressmakers' bills.
__ gxpleove.
An ambitious young writer having
asked. "What magazine will give me
the highest position quickest?" was
told. "A powder magazine. If you con-
tribute a fiery article."

If troubled with rheumatism, give
Chsmlerlain's Pahi-Balm a trial. It will
not cost you a cent if it does no good.
One application will relieve the pain. It
also cures sprains and bruises in one-
fbird the time required by any other treat-
ment. Cuts, burns. frostlbites, quinsey,
pains in the side and chest, glandular and
other swellings are quickly cuerd bv ap-
plying it. Every bottle warranted. Price
a5 and 50 cents. Sold iiy L. M. Ware, St.
AnDlrews and Baiylead and all medicine
dealers. *




, -a --rj -,I

The Popping Stone.
"The popping stone" marks the spot
where Sir Walter Scott asked Miss Car-
penter to marry him. It is situated in
the beautif.I valley Nf thp Irthiug at
Gilaland. a -ninhiii water, ig pi.-e near
Carlisle. 1..- p'pL oir. n.- i ripirt,-1
by many thousau.. u..ri., t.ne sur>'n-"r
g months, and, it is said, many a laggard
lover has had his courage screwed up to
l popping point at this romantic spot.
Thursday, April 27, Ib9. In the immediate neighborhood may
aleo be seen "Mumps Ha," which Scott
S T A'N D R E W S immortalized in "Guy Mannering,"
PRICES CURRENT while a little farther afield the Roman
GROCERIES. wall and Laner cost priory prove attrac-
Augar, 'f Tea, W L tions to visitors to Gilsland.
Granulated......6 HeNo...... 55 --
Coffee,A..... 51 Gunpowder.. 40 LEGAL NOTICES.
T lbtr.o. n 5 TTnnl'd -I.n jr.i-m

.0 -. . 0J.P
.leffee, Cond milk, 1P cain Notice.
Green .... 12@20 Unsweeltn'a. 10 Notice is herely given that the biidge
Arhuckle,b 12-15 Sweetened 2.... 8 over Pine Log Creek on the Vernion aid
singer snap 31b 25 Baking powder Point Washilgtoib road will lie let I'mr
rackers,.oda.. 10 Royal- ...... 5- building, to the lowest responsible hIidder
Tobacco, plug 20a60 Campbell ....10 I on the first Mundiav in Ma., next. Work
lasins Canned fruit to be done according to specificaiinis
Londonlayers.8-15 Peaches.... 10a20 now on file in theC eik's olnico. Th,e
Valencia-.... .. 8 Tomatoes.' .. Siil Countsy Commissioners reserve the right
tic( ....... 64 Apples ........ l- i to reject anv and alh bids.
apples Pears ......... 15 By order ol the Bo.ird of Contitv Coin-
Evaporated... 121 Plums ......... 10 missionera. W T. HORN.Ch'n.
DriedPeaches 8 Apricot-......(I0-20 Attest: W. P. LAssrrrTE, Clerk
goal Oil prgal .... 15 Strawberries. .. 20 Dated April 6, 18!19.
gasolinee ......2 0 Pineapple .. IA.10- 20
Florida Syrup... 4i Canned Meats Notice.
loney.........1.00 Roast Beef..... 15 Notice is hereby given that flie brid,'e
/Inegar-........ 30 Corned Beef... 15 over Otto Ciree.k n the Vernonu and Po it
Jheese pr Ib. .. 15 Chipped Beel10-2.25 Washingtuni romd nili e let our tiulldiing
Butter.... .. 25-30 Lobster-....... 2) to the luwest resp.-ntsible bidder. on the
Lard .... .... U-10 Salmon--.... .. 5 fist Monday in May. next. Work to lie
eanus........... 4 Canned Vegetables done according io soeeifications now uni
Cocoanut pkg... 10JO Baked Beans... 10 file In the Ulerk's office. The Counuly
Fiuit Pnddine... 10 Corn ....... 10@15 COomissiQe rta reserve the right to rej c'i
Jelly, glass! l0aI '0 Peas ..... ..... 10 any and all bids.
LimeJuice ...... 45 Pumpkin ...... 12 By order ot the Board of Countv Colni-
Eggsper doz... 15 missioners. W. T. HORN, C(h'n.
PROVISIONS. Attest: W. B. .LASSITa, Clerx.
Flour Pork Dated April 6, i,99.
Am'nSwan i'..2.15 D. S. pr ih-...... 74
Majemsic .... 2.75 Bacon Sides.....84 Notice.
torn M1ealprhmu60-70 Fresh ....... 8il10 Notice is hereby give-n tlihit the bridge
Eat Meal pr U -.. 5 Br'kf'st Bacou. It I ovel Benr Creek %ill he let for reta.iis tu
,orn perliu .... 55-60 Hamn canvasaedl2 Ciele hloinst re.sponi.e lla bidder, on il Ihete l
potatoes Shoulders..... Ill AMond.iy it M n |ie.L, at Vern,.n. lh l..
Irish-....... 1 20 Reef Work to e dlion according Io ,ecifin;i-
i:arly It'seseed 1.20 Corned ......... 8 linoli now oni lile in the Clerk's office.
Sweet-.....60@75 Fresh.. .. ... .8-l The Board of oniity (Juiumissiuilers ri.-
-alt, prsack.. 85 Dried ... ...... 25 serve e right to reject anuv aid ail Iiii
'I a ile ........ .5 Milk pr it. ...... 10 B1 murderr l Ib,: B,-.ird I. u ,iint' C'.ti-
H ARDWA RE. 'siioneiS. \V. T. HORN Cp.h'.
.l-. i.r i11.3i.ai4 Ax.wvitlh i ill 75 AI.- : I B l. 'ss.STaE (Jh-k.
,- ' i ..".. ti" ; '.. I1 .-, .- . .rd A .i, 6 I3 i.

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i ., ;s i t I'urfke .7enl Ili1

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-dtt_ .i ii" |r I ti l'oim p.,llnnn .. li).tilt
S-*.". .. 1t'i- .- 0 lakMa 'k til I.on
i.U MlN1Ell.
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|4 .11i HI a t. H un. ..FI V.ti1
10,00 t 10.Slip

1.4al l t'nis ii. I iae i"
S t e ..' r al2 tl.ier, d.. ~l ..-l ,.Oti
C m i I. .5O I rnnt Iliiilier,
tdre.s ed... $'20
i'' (>-I-tl'ill<^SS ( J'l li iil I- C)1 '111"' i, n i n, l I. i t All .I t o I.lll d
S. .i i a- prv.u'il ii" un t in- e ar
S1 ,1- .', 1 i n l. .l.n e I i,1 in de:tr i i -,
e IsI.,i thr t i- ,n tr ii-l iolh iiil rI' aril, .
Si .- i. r i .e .-.e 'l Inn '1, ,ii li. i l nn ', l i. i i
'.- .. i ... ,-. ,m .i' i-- Il ini1g i th Eu-tacl.-
. n- |h i, .. I it . ti mm []i ;I r i
l uil . '," .1 imminn i i. -1 h ii ll i r] ,rn [ 'i f L-t
li atrimiy, iatid h i it it, I ..U iinely clo-n-d
S*iealfain i-n the result, aind unile,4 the in-
finin11,iltioin can I'e taken our and il i< tulie
Srestoured to its normal condition, glaring
will be desiroyed tforeer; nind capes oli
of tea- are eiat.aed by catairrl, which is
nlifoiitig lint "an inflamed condition of the
tn-ucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
Sandy -ease of deafoesi. (caused by catarrh)
hat cwnoot I'e eurid biy Hall's Uatarrii
Cure. Send for eiriilars free
S* F. J. CHENEY & CO., T'oledo, 0.
SeSol- by Druggists, T7e..
Hall' Fitiilv Pills are the best.
Hardly Worth the Agony. .
t An artist of more than national fame
chose the mest beautiful girl in his
town for a mate. Before they were
married he said: "My-dear, you are al-
most perfect. You lick but two things
-your mouith is a little too small. and
& you are a little too thin. I wish that
before we are married you would cot-
rect those two and become absolute per-
fection." For six months the poor girl
wore a brass fixture in her mouth to
stretch her jaw and ate fattening food.
Then she wqa married. To an intimate
friend she has since confessed that the
agony of that six months' jaw stretch-
ing was not worth all she since has pn-
joyed as the wife of a distinguished
wartist.-New York Commercial Adver-
t tjer. _____
Example s Better than Pree*pt
Tholiu .-ent'-ntions priorerbs. or old
sawl. nliich are used as prefixes to all of
Hood's Sarriaprilla advertising in lihous-
ands of papers -throughout the -ounitry,
are evidence of a new and original Qtyle
of display advertisiig bioth leasitig and
effective. The Hood firm is to lie con-
graitulated on so cleverly adapting such
wisdom as has been filtered down through
centuries. Another '-harming thing
about thiI Hlood advertising i the unique
tvpe tliPv are nuing.

Re 1sitlle man for Manager of Branch
Office I wish to open in this viciniiv-. If
vour record is o. x here is a vood open-
. I .-A1. -.-#:-. tk; - -. ... IL ..

His Idle WAS Saved. a rI,IIn;ai. ".
Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen W. !1. li'nt r ll, I ion i
of Hannibat, Mo., lately had woidtir- i i I -
ful uotiverance from a trightfui death. --li1i," .,- .l. .\ iite'n 'a.. i
In telling it it heb says: "I was taken ir w. ., ,'.rH l est. lfl Ii, n l l,.
wilti tyfolud lover tnatn-ra iOUtio pue li-' .
nimnia. Mlylungsbecame hatrae ed. I; '"d"n ..uin.,g n hi- tti.y,
", 50 o T,'e.k I uoulOllC m veU art upin ,, i n in. ,,ni 0\ ,ii iiiei., .\ik J1
b*d. Noiaig helped me. t oxpe C ,, fl
Soontodieofconsumption,whenIheard Du i.a 11 1113 Le4 'i. Je I' *C us-
of Dr. King's New Discovery. One bot- made many Iiieiils ei, ii,. v ln1uiilm
tie gave great relief. I continued to use
it and now am well aid strong. Can't lli lo L be. a ulet, utltel-iiiiig gt- W-
say too much in its praise." This mar- tieeiaau ot si i' ,lnterritv. l),irtim, g
vellous medicine is the surest and quick-
est cure in the world for all throatand tfhei greater part of his stily ineie h. d
lung trouble. Regular sizes 50 cents and hls issisted T. C. D -ilfi,1 ill hls
$1. Trial bottles free at any drug btore; 1
every bottle guaranteed. tirs, to Mr. D inlOr1l'' cintrie H .,Ii. 0
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A Bad Place For Fat Men.
Among the ancient Spartans every-
thing was considered secondary to mil-
itary efficiency. and with a view to se-
curing this the boy and men Were by
law kept in a continual stateof "train-
ing." No deformed child waia allowed
to live. The boys were taken from their
homes and subjected to military regu-
lations at the age of 7. They were com-
pelled to wear the same single garment
winter and summer. At 20 they joined
the ranks, and from that age till they
reached 60 were required to dine at the
public tables, where only a certain
quantity was supplied for each man.
The magistrates interfered in absurdly
small matters. They regulated the de-
gree of fatness to which it was lawful
for any citizen to extend his body.
Those who dared to grow too fat or
too soft fur military service and exer-
cise were sometimes soundly flogged.
Aelian. in his history, relates that
Nauclis, son of Polytus, was- brought
before the ephors (magistrates) and the
whole assembly of Sparta, and "his un-
lawful fatness" was publicly exposed.
and he was threatened with perpetual
banishment if he did not bring his body
within the regular Spartan compass
and give up the culpable mode of living,
which was declared to be more worthy
of an Ionian than a Spartan."

How to Find Out,
Fill a bottle or common glass with
your water and let it stand twenty-four
hours; a sediment or .settling indicates
an unhealthy condition of the kidneys;

OATIUCE FUR PUBLICATION. if it stains your linen it is an indication
L.i.u U.ne al GaiutG.ite. Fll a., F of kidney trouble; too frequent desire
Apien i.>. 'l. I. to pass it or pain in the back is also
SNu i ..,... lvtin tLhat the mel-, convincing proof that the kidneys and
I ti .. ....... .-i.,..., i t,.. Jieu ,iOte : of bladder are out of order.
.i ..i ,,i .n i 1. 1 t nI iL pruo.i- iln sup-
..i. Inn el-, clatii, alid iliat Saidi proof What to Do.
'.I,. LIe Itnauec beIumre the clerk ,o tn., There is a comfort in the knowledge
'l. c -. .:or1i \.ruouii, F'la... on May s 'o often expressed, that Dr Kilmer's
SL t '.\A. /OSH ER of Wetappu,, Fla. Swamp Root, the great kidney remedy,
i L, -_,- i.ur titn -,i oni the ,e\ L, ai w fulfills every wish in curing rheuma-
I.. th s... ,, I e 2, anild uiefni uth the tism, pan in the back, kidneys, liver,
on ui ee 11 itp .. a r 12 w. bladder and everypart of urinary pas-
Hle name thn. following wiltuetsses to sages. It corrects inability to hold
prove thia continuous rusidenue upon
and cultivation of said land. viz water- and -calding pt.in in passing it,
R--il Karl, Stephcn Dyer, E. V. W'il- or bad effects following use of liquor.
liams, S. S. Williams, all of WeLappo, wine or beer, and overcomes that un-
.Edito RJBINSON, Register pleasant necessity of being compelled
?ptogo ofLen during the day and getuip
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. many times during the night. The
Lanro iej atGaine.,tilie, Fla. mild and the extraordinary effect of
.,N,>tice is hi..reL,. g 'ivni that the lol- SwampRoot is sorn realize.. I stands s
lowiue tnu moed set.ler has tiled notice of the hioghpst for ila wornderful e'!r'es of
his intn-ution to i;:tk.- fital proof in suip- the mo.t. distressing e sez. If vim need
pirt of his ciairn. and th:at said proof a medi.int- ,tonl l.uld have tio. test.
will he rm u b e. flO' the clerlkof tUhe cir- At tiruirgi,-.ts I.fty C.l iu. or -i-, rln,..:. ,
cuili. Ci,UrL't uk V'rnull, t la, on AJtLy You may havee ia tum,ln hit.tl, fnd a
.9 1899. viz: b ,ok that, tells more' about it, buot setr-t.
STEPHEN DYER, of Wetappn, Fla. absolutely free by mail. if yyou sound
d d2J36"7 for Lii: w* of -t iviand sTr-.of' your address to Dr. KilmLr & Co.,
na,' of s,-C 11, t.p -5, s, r lI w. Binghamupton, N. Y. When wvriitig bei
HII na:nes the fullo'.ing witLnes.-es_ to sure and irtnt.ion that youi read this
prov'- nhis continuous residence' upon generous offer in the St. An-I'rew s Rio
and cultivation of said lai:d, viz:
Reil Karl, W. A. Al.Moslher, E. V. W;I-
li:Hms, S.S. \\i'lliam, all of Wttai.pu. A Great BargaIn
Fla. WV. G ROBINSON. Heg'iLter. i
IEdit"r' f,-e pIaid. HI ere is some of the most desirable
~ m property in St Andiews, offered for sale
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. for almost nothing, if taken ip a lump.
Land Oti 'c at (. in.sv'illI, Fl:i. I The commodious heuse and snacioins
NT. n.-.I. ). 7 I S L i"t l iroundsirtfmcin o n Buenti Vista .tveie. nu

Al [ c O ,. )
Nt ice- li.-reb\' ~ iein that the fril-
]to,'i ;i liaiiLi'lv -etlii-r ]j 1ile-d noticG ,.if
i'i iij.ii tn.e n L i .,i i ,u- p f in _,up
pO.,rt 4lh _i- l.l and ttha t -sa i., rif
% ill IIF i tn ," i l ireI lhe II lt-ri: of tthi
eicreuit e ,.rt at V..rnu.n, Fla.. on MayV
] :. s ts' , iz -
JOHN E. EVANS of Point Washing-
ton, Fli ,t
Hi 2::5 43 for thh. w ouf tlie nel and eA of
t\i ot .t 25, tp 2-, r 19 w.
He n-nattie tile fulluvoin witnesses to
prove nlis noLtitini,,uS rtcsidtcio uupon
and ci. tivation.of said land, viz:
Laiayette Casey, G. W. Lee, L. J.
Miller and John Marshill, all of Point
Washingt(in, Fla.
W. G. ROBINSON, Register.
AWEditor's fee paid.
tlarnh 27, 1 9". )
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named -ett.ler has riled notice of
his intention to maken final proof in sup-
port of Liis claim, and that said pruof
will be made before clerk of the circuit
court at. Vernon, Fla., on May 13, 1899,,
ingtloi., Fla.
Hd 23725 ior the tv i of the se I of sec.
.25, and the w % of ne i, (or lot 1.) of sec
86, tp 2s, r 19w.
He names the folio ',ing witaiesses to
proye his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz:
J. E. Evans, G. W. Lee, L. G. Miller,
and John Marshall, all of Point Was-h-
ington, Fla. W. G. ROBINSON,
li;" ,ditor's Fee paid. Register.
i)ivirce Notice.
First Judicial circuit of Floridi -Circuil
Court of Washrngton County.
Joseph S.-An-lin comipl ainailnt, v:. Parr'
Lee Austin defendant-Hill for divorce.
It is ordered that the defendant, Parr
Lee Austin, appear. plead, an:iswer or de-
mur to the lill filed in this case onthe
28rh da" of April. A. D.. 199. .
This or er to be pulilished for a period
of four weeks in the St. Anidrews Ituoy.
Donie;and ordered this the 2'2d day of
March. A. D. l099, in the town of Ver-
non, Washington Co., Fla.
W. B. L.SsiTrr.R,
Clerk of the Circuit Couit,
BuTL.a & FLYD Washiiigtou, Co., Fla.
Complaining not's Solicitol.
Divorce Notice,
First Judicial Circuit of Florida..-Circuii
C,-urt of Washington Couilty.
Len Williams, Complainian.t. vsi. Alice
Williams, Defendant. Bill for Divor'e.
It is ordered that the defendant, Alice'
Williamis, appear, rlvad, answer, or de-
mur to the hill filed in this case on I li
Ist day of Mny. .. n.. 1899.
This orderto he published for the peri-
od of four weeks in the St. Andrews-
Done and ordered this 24th day ol

Commerce and Ciestnut streets; Cottage
and four lots on Wilinot street, sooth ot
Loraine a'renue; two lots north and ast
ofT. T D)iiford's store, on Ciincinnatli
streer, and block 18 (five acres) of the
sw 14 of sec. 31, two 3s, range 14w. I1
sold in a lump within the l.ixt sixty day-,.
$600 will buy the' whole list. Or will be
sold in separitte parcels at a slight ad-
vance from the price named. Title to all
this property perfect For full particu-
lars address The rulov, St Andrews, Fla.

Town is offered for rent at a roas-
Lt8Lonable price. The rent for a time
may go towards repairing the house and
fixing up the fences.
Also, two cottages on Loraine avenue
east of Drake street.
For further particulars, apply at thn
Buoy office.


Gilt Sup Barplnfor omRono!
Ond hundred and sixty acres of choice
F hiring L-and in thn, south half of section
7, township 4s, of range 13w. Good
Dwelling House, l'rive Well, convenient
outhouses. Fine Fruit Orchard of Pears,
Peaches. Plumss. etc., and nearly 1,000
Grape Vines, all in hearing. if taken
soon will ibe sold lor
And lihe i nprovenmeinis alone ost a guod
deal more money. Would prt.fer cash
down. but might give time on on-h-lllf tl.--
purchase money. 1'or flll particularsad-
dress ihe Bvov. %i. Andrew- Pay, Fla

Geo. S. Hacker & Son,



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%3uil ding: talterial.
lWind~ow-and, Fancy Glass "a

ndvertisemeint in our own aind other pn-
perc, we purchased a hottle to see if it
would effect uis. It cured us before ilhe
bottle was half used. It is the it. st mcdi.
eive out for eniids and coughs,, ThIe He.--
aid. Andeirsoni tile,. Itd. For sal8 li t'
12. inar.-, St. Adievwi and la.bhend andid
all mriliciie dealeor..

For efrcular ofbhi famous and lraponmtblbf
Awarded MIedal at World'a EzpoMdtU
Refers to tbousande oft grduates in poithlan.
Cost of Full Bualnem aCoase, including Tui-
tion, Books and Board in family, about iWO.
ShorthandType-Writ in, and Tlegraphy,SpU.iali..
1trThe Kentuick-r Univrritr i-.paor. mnniarid .r i



Many persons have their good
lay and their bad day. Others
ire about half sick all the time.
they hRve headrchbe, bca'schp,
ind are rest!ess and nervot',.
Food does not tae e g he digestion is poorr; tie sWi.r
s dry and sallow arid disflg,!red
with pimples or eruptions;
sleep brings no rest and work
s a burden.
What is the cause of all this?
Impure blood.
And the remedy?

S IIi,,ii. M i-' s I v ,'l l,-,,,al ,'1,
w it:i helieit ,, i'. r ite U',- hui.
V-. D. W i ,g. it 1.,t..i. Ma.I ,
acc,>'inaniel hy M[etra. Hgin,'s an,]
Carlisle of WV.--abilcthkika, 'ieurre il.
,iveil-4.n I rn TlIIhur-lhy li.1. .1r
W\ illm wholi', lia- xtea .'i. .. ha% ta1il in-
lei'rest'. in M ichl igai aail, Fl.ii'l. ha.
jiltO' ,.liiple'e I llie pl-rchase "I 72,
U00 arie-s ,4f pine tininla r ln I -Ivni .
aIj eli'cnt tin Bmayoiu Jei'-,. Le-a
Creek iinDl Sanil C.reek lilii,.
lii, stay on lith Hay Mr. \\ ', it-nl.
exi' iive eexenri.- iilA ;Iri ~' -I
tlkiiiff .-o ndiing- at 11n' f'n.-. ,i',l mi
iitli re- nt poji .-jille nill i...,e..
I. F. CUnim ingliarin, the gemiil r-l..
reNciilalive ahr Pull, ck ik l rinli -iui
of w!Ilil1', w. s ili fInC n Se'-e i'ld.r" i i- of
I .--t week hlipla.i% ng h iiii>.! 1 .iih1i
ilaklin riles fomr ni o. r ii-rei haniii '6 r
snl ing .stock. .
Mi.;s Ninall i-Ele erf ('riitn-.'t-.n n '
tlii'i,,l last W\V i,,snlav iln lhill Iri- ,
.I ,liile, while hr l .hi hrl ii i t -
cort the reum'iin-. the Liae L. 1'.
lTenny. '

B%- ;illlwini tlie t ie tnn nilti oini 'e 1 tl:.
S.m 'els to tei-tilinl. i fh ellti 1e' -of *i i-
pl.i)oli e i. lie W itt'.- Little Early- R .0e,
renlil:ite the bowels. Try th eiii .'ihl mini
till mii'li" thi r ibcna n .' .'. D.l;i- i. i .i -
S mni kcee,' tIthen,i n Sal,!.

w\ho WIhlipi
The cleryu:ian's little son w;i tell-
ing the sniall sn (if a p;iris'ioner of
the dreadful fighla which lie and hin.-
sister indulged in.
"You don't mean to say that minis-
ters' children Ctht?" replied the hlirn-
fled little laymun.
"Ob. yes.'
"Who whips?'
"Mainaa. Pittabnrg Chrunicle-
Chained Books.
The finest known collection of chained
books is that in Heref-,rd cathedral. It
includes a. in five bou:casea, of which not lea thbn
1.500 are secured by chains three or
fonr feet long, each with a swivel in
thm center. A small collection of chained
books., long forgutteTm. has just come to
light. in the vestry of the church at
1caford. Liinclnshire.
A.if il Si,.v,'-r^
Vaish away thie flii ,i'nl wn-t- i' Iia'
have acenmninlated In',.n w-iiit'.
In like in ,inner H., i iL, Sar-npirmlln
e.xpl- fiiini the blo, I imitilu itie,' Ihat
h. '\, li..in dpji,,.'.t,.-d ,liii ,b Ll, e -'Sa-
i ieii % ie liu lh re La hi -in Iil it itl,,
|'erl.[iii.- i.iii a nl | l' e [, f i. .I
c.nlihne intil in iiennli- iaind' Vniii tiled
a ir. It i a I..... n i.> rivi' ,l ', ilh ..rs,
housekeel,,n-' .'sn-lis a ne .Ia i l r'n--
w ho spen'l lli-'i i iiii" intil,-Is..
It gives ie l .1..i..l i.nun'hsi m ai-il vi-
tality, Ii iniig it io n niii '-li ai.d
s.i ltien i lien i lie nerv-e,, iinin-ele'h anl
i.11 Ili ir.e-:i iit',Ir lit, I l n'e ih Im ly. I
co -p i 411 -iii n. Ihn in'ir- anil hliam.i-lhes
t ii (ir l li-ling.
Ii i lie ,-i'-t liie li,'ini, itnin ipy rntt
Ilyv i.ir all ,i-e H.,, cln .:' ,I bV iiii.u'e
i", iinii 'veii i,,i bli.lo.I. Y in I. n-ill
iegiin t. kin. it tilny.

"And so Fannie Perkleigh is going
to marry that old, decrepit fellow just
because he has a lot of money?'
"Oh. no. that isn't the reason. She's
going to marry him because her parents.
by throwing out clever hints, succ-eeded
in making her believe they didn't want
her to have him."-Chicago News.
It tMI Pathetic, Neverthelei..
The headline "Died Penniless" lses
nine-tenths of its pathos when one re-
flects that a minute arter death the vic-
tim of such sad circumstance isia just as
well off as if he had died in possession
of a hundred millions,--Indianapolis
T'its Best in the T\ILd.
We ,lire-e CIhaLincrlnai'i's Cough Renm-
.dI is ftie het in the noirld. A ftw weeks
iigo ee sutlered with a severe cold lind a
truuhilueonne cough, and having re-ad their

SickHeadache, Gastralgi a, Cram ps, and
ll other result ts of perfect d igestion
Prepared by E. C. DeWitt A Co.. Cblcago.
nnd sold by R. F. Brackin & Sou, 3i. An-
drews, Fla,

Profit and satisfaction I
wll result if you plant

ThY are always the bet.
Do not accept an ubati-
Stuts-buy Done but Ferry'a. i
i yal1 dealer. Write for B


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C *U-ms~4





Drluls, ediCiONes, Fancy Tolet AriicIS,

I Handle no Quack Nostrums-

DR. J J, K ESTER, M, D Drg pist,


aa h

East Bay Cash Store.


Our Stock is Complete, Our Prices the Lowest
0 'lthe Trading it tib lic i as-ured th-at .vwe will ,t lhe. mi ir ..=olf.,,
The Highest Market PirpePaid for Cu'ry G' :ci '

It clears out the channels
through which poisons are
carried from the body. When
all impurities are removed from
the blood nature takes right hold
and completes the cure.
If there is constipation, take
Ayer's Pills. They awaken the
drowsy action of the liver; they
cure biliousness.
Wreo to emr Doaoar.
We have the exclusive services of
some of the moat eminent piyniclan in
the United States. Write freely all the
particular In your cage. Vu widl e-
Sal0ea prompt reply without coat.
Address, 9k. J. C. AYER.
Lowell, Mass.

A FanIon. Polion Mysterr.
Eugland bad a famous poison mystery
a quarter of a century ago. Two mnm-
hbrs of a great club in .Manchestor, both
men of po:.ition and keen politicians,
each received, apparently as a New
Year's gift, small boxes containing a
few cigars of the very highest quality
apparently Both were taken fearfully
ill after smoking, and one of them aub-
e-quently dird.
The cigiars were found t,: b.' loaded
with poison, and it was satil that the
man who re'co'ered only dil ~o lncatio
he vued a cig r bolder Tile fj'trs wore
at fir.t hushed up. bec.tise, as was said,
tho s;spccted sender. w':one ii ir-e wI ~
reven ,e on account of a lady, wad a
morn ,f wc.t'i and po'.-er.
BEt t eLi, s-ihjcct ',a.- lcar'1a, and the
.Z Ur'y v + ] d _i>' D C1 h.!- the f .iw' ing
r d-- c.l l.*,i 'le i.a !i. I' o:a _r-.
clhiat. tra.rf:l-: .'n.-: lay ,u a raihiwvay
car ibinit i h e.. liime ..f tnhe in .i'-nt re-
ILdtd. ge.t iitLO cnim r .*arii withli a, iWO:A
agremalily alhd highly ,'.itivated .truun-
ger. who fi.nil!y ,li-red his i. r c:,-.
The Ma tchestlr minn was f,,.nd a:
Leeds alu;mot u.lOULisle:.n0 tm:d the oou:,
occupant of the carriage. He grojped in
one of his convulsed h;,nds LLe cigar he
had be,:n smuokiug and aft !r aualvyi.-
showed it to Le identical with tLe oth
era. He recovered, but tho stranj:r wa.
never discovered.
An Insulting Prograimme.
A lady's maid who had been to a
servants' ball came back before the
evening was half over and in tears.
Her mistress inquired the cause.
"I was grossly insulted, wna'aw, by a
young man."
"Well, what did he do?"
"Well, ma'am, he asked me to go
down to upper with him, anud when we
bad finish-d he said, 'Is your pro-
gramme full?' "-Lond.n Chronicle
ERYWHERE for '**The Sinr of th,
Philippirees" by l nrnt H aleie;id. com-
ii nsiutned ,.% -lie G. Lernnii eut; i&s Officia
Hif l-irinn tto ihe ."'h r Ltlu;)M iiliiiit. 'I In,
!jook w.- written in arm% tanmp.- at Sati
Fraini':imco, on tihe Pacifie nith G. .t-r.,
Mern it. in ihe hospitals it -ITonol tii.
in H.) >n Kong, in tle Ani"ri.i,.ti tren-ln -.,
"MI 1.in Is. iC the inrsilgent r:,.rt witt
,A- nina dio, on the -d ik i-f the t)liinpi
wiili Dewey, aind in tlhi< ro.irlt hl rtt, if'
ite fall uf M.ninila. I-oh n.lnz.t lor yentF
bltinllul iof origiinil pi-iurvs liike-l I.
,oi ernn ielil phiiinegraliin'r., u thie sp..i
L.tge bo' liolk. Len p-riice. Big |.oi l
Freight paid. Cit-die iV lin. iir. p .ial
frmihv ui:otlicial wau i look.... Onilfii lt i r
Address '.'PT. F'rler, cc''.. Star lIn-
sniranee Bld.. Chic9e'.


Dyspepsia Cure.

Digests what you eat.
Itartlflciallydigeststhetoodand aids
Nature in strengthening and recon-
structingthe exhausted digestive or-
gans. It is thelatestdiscovered digest,-
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in effloiency. It in-
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,

u.4um I Ieaui nauv Roads.
Thb Welsh mountain sheep have ob-
tained legal recognition of their ability
to distinguish boundaries and their own

because they knew 1aeUX roaaa and
A Consolli Thiought.



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a -.
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_I I i

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avs the Highest Price for Green Salted ALIGATOR HIDES.
i '... %. .. .. . ... e ...- ^ -,, + = .*-- ,- -u- .+.u,l 1 |J ^ > ^,


Horticultural a i d Improveet


The purpose of this Company is to Improve the Country adjacent toS t.
Andrews Bay and to'
Develop its Resources as a Fruit.Growing Country.
'lo accomplish this the Company proposes to Sell Lands in tractsao Two-
and-a-half and FiveAcres to such parties only as will improve them by the
Erection of Houses. Fences and such Permanent Improvements as will enhance the
value of each tract so disposed of, and particularly to
Plant them out in Trees, Plants and Vines.
To the end that in the shortest practicable time every su.'h tract shall be a
Source of Revenue to its Owner.

The first question which will naturally be asked will be: "Is this Com-
pany reliable"? And the answer to it is: Any person employing the Company
to make improvements may deposit an approximate payment of the estimated cost ot
the same with any responsible business man or firm doing business on the Bay or in
Bank at their own home to be paid over only when the Company shall satisfacto-
.rily show that the improvements have been made accordingto agreement.
The Company will not only improve and plant, but watch and care for
all property entrusted to its keeping,guarding against forest. fires,dishonest pilferers
for damages from any cause possible to be prevented.
From a careful estimate of the probable expense and income of a fruit
plantation in the St. Andrews Bay country a few figures are given
". Price of ;a'na per acre, say $25 to $50; cast of clearing, say $20; *ost of planting 1st
year, say $30; cust of cultivation each year thereafter, $20,
It is notextravagan: to estimate that a 1-acre vineyard will on the third
year, if properly cultivated, yield $100 worth of fruit and of peaches nearly or quite
the same, while figs should do even better than that. Then, thongh perhaps a little
longer, some of them, in coming into profitable bearing may be named pears, apricots,
nectarines, plums, prunes, mullierries. olives, Japan persimmons almonds English
walnuts, Japani chestnuts, pecans, and ...any other varieties of fruits and nuts. which
are almost certain to flourish here; while oranges and citrus fruits, though not con-
sidered curtain yieldlarge returns oftener than they miss
The Secretary of the Company will give particular attention to an-
swering letters of inquiry, and the Buoy will in its answers to correspondents an-
swer all questions a9ked it.
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that the woek has .li-n performed. CORRESIPONDENCE 80OLICITED.
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Kirkhoffer's sbortsighted eyes gie-nl-
ed angrily behind his glasses; his voice
was thick with passion.
"What's a Khirgiz Tartar?" he
growled like a wild animal.
"He's a man, anyway," Harding re-
torted. "Suppose I refuse to leave this
"Then"-the professor became all at
once ominously cool-"I shall be forced
to remind you that I am the head of
this expedition and you my salaried
assistant; also that these animals are
my property. I go, and they go with
me. You can join the party or not, as
you please."
Harding grew pale. "That is the
choice you offer me ? Then I say you
are a blackguard.
"And I say," indifferently, "that
you are a fcoL Come, will you mount?"
"No I" furiously.
The German shrugged his shoulders.
"Have it your own way," he said.
And, gathering up the long leading
rein which he had fastened to the head
of one camel, he prepared to seat him-
self on the other.
But here Harding sprang upon Lhn
suddenly. "No. you don't," he cried.
"You shall leave me one, you brute,
though it were a hundred times your
property I"
"Stand off I" the professor cried.
Harding's answer was to close with
him silently, and there ensued a trial
of strength whereof the issue seemed
for several minutes doubtfuL The men
were not ill matched. Kirkhoffer was
the taller and heavier, but then he was
also the elder by 20 years, and Hard-
ing's naturally lithe habit qf body had
known an English public school and
university training. The result of the
conflict was still uncertain when the
professor suddenly loosed his hold and
fell back, leaving the prize of conten-
tion, the led camel, almost in the other's
clutch. Harding etooped to seime the,
creature's halter and rose agaih, to find'
himself covered by his antagonist's re.
"Now, perhaps," the man of science
observed, "you will consent to hear
reason. No use, my good friend," as
Harding's hand went briskly to his
breast pocket. "I drew the charge
while you were asleep this morning in
view of possible.difficulties. You see, I
know something of your strange Eng-
lish character. There is nothing like
being ready for difficnlties as they
Dick Harding, under the covering re-
volver, stood erect and-dumb. To
argue further with a man prepared to
commit murder on behalf of his tablets
of baked clay were simple waste of
Keeping the muzzle of his weapon
pointed full at Hardipg's breast, Pro-
teasor Kirkhoffer mounted his camel,
made both the great beasts get iup and
began to move on. As long as Harding
remained within running up distance
he continued to hold the revolver raised
and leveled, sitting sideways on his
animal to insure an accurate aim. But
after a minute the camels broke into a
loav. awkward trot. In two minutes

LA uRGEST STO K It makes no difference how bad the
-.L A a GESi- -a m j Ai wound if you use DeWitt's Witch Hazel


the intake valve a trifle more and then
up to the maain steam valve to give her
a little more steam. With running
about, turning a little wheel here and
there, several assistants also helping
with the work, it was fully 15 minutes
from the time the first steam had been
turned on until the big machine was
running at regulation speed and doing
a regulation amount of work.-Pitta.
burg Dispatch.
s r-.4-. vr rar huaouense.
Sugar will keejl yuu from getting
la At least that is what a mcdi cal
authority says who haa been making
some recent intoresti,'g experimtuta on
the source of Luasular exertlou He
administered a liqtud oomrtaluing 80
rains ot suLar to a person wbu had
heavy daily work to do and who was
kept in ignorance of the nature of the
experiment behr;n tried upon him Ou
the days wheu the sugar was omitted it
was observed chat the laborer was an-
able to accomplish so muob work and
that he had less ease in doing it than
on the days when lihe at.o the sugar. It
is said by some that a person who habit-
Ually eats swoete bas great muscular
dnr=ae.--New York Tribune.
ERYWHERE for "The Story of the
Philippines" by Murat Halstead, com.
nisionedby 'hle Groernmcnt as Offlical
HiPtorian to the War Department. The
book was'witlten in army camps at San
Franioiscne on the Pacifics with General
Merritt. na the hospitals at Honolnlu,
in Hong" Kong, in the Amerieua trenches
at Manila,in the insargent camps with
Agui, iild, oD the deck of the Olympia
with Dewey,and In the roarol battle at.
the fall of Manila. Bonanza for agents.
Brimful of original pictures taken by
government photographers on the spot.
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Fair are the fields in the spring with the sweet
perTumed breath of the meadows,
Fresh as the green mossy dells where the
gorse flares its torches of gold;
Winter has gone from the earth and returned
to the kingdom of shadows;
Feelings rush out from the bear, Uke toe
frozen streams losing their hold.
Yet as I stand in the light of the sun and In
gladness rejoice
Deep In my heart there arises a restless,
dissatisfied voice-
"Life's hopes are never fulfilled; there is al-
ways left something to long forl"
-,-Lilian Eleanor Barlow in Madame.


"It is a question," Professor Kirk.
offer said, quietly. "between this and
Saying thus, he looked down at the
two objects between which choice had
to be made. "This" was a man, a
brown skinned man of the upper Asian
steppes. He lay prone upon the desert
sand, his eyes, unseeing eyes, wide
open, motionless save for an occasional
twitching of the limbs as the fever
shiver shook him; silent, except when
his parched lips moved in the inarticu-
late mutter of delirium. The professor's
gaze did not linger upon this piteous
figure. It traveled to "that"-two
loeds of clay tablets, evidently of ex-
treme antiquity and closely covered
with a strange cuneiform character.
which had just been carefully strapped
by his companion to the backs of two
kneeling camels.
"Seeing we are now reduced to two
beasts only," he went on, his eye shift-
ing for an instant to the body of a third
camel, which lay dead some 20 yards
off, "seeing also that we are in a water-
less desert, probably 24 hours' ride from
the nearest well and that this man is a
dead weight on our hands"-
"You don't dream of abandoning the
poor chap?" Dick Harding broke in.
The professor glanced uneasily over
his smoked spectacles. Harding was a
puzzle to him, a man of distinguished
scientific attainments, capable of strong
scientific enthusiasm, yet occasionally
betraying a vein of sentimentality alto-
gether out of place in connection with
scientific exploration. Kirkhoffer had
had inconvenient experience of this pe-
culiarity more than once during the
year spent with Harding in the remote
fastnesses of Tibet.
"You wouldn't leave him here to
die?" the Englishman persisted.
The professor rubbed his forehead
thoughtfully. "He's bound to die Boon
in any case."
"I don't see that at alL If we can
keep him alive till we get out of this"-
"Impossible, my friend. He cannot
walk, and these two camels cannot car-
ry him in addition to you and me and
the tablets."
"Then leave some of the tablets be.
The professor fairly gasped for breath.
"Leave-leave behind some of the
tablets?" he stammered. "Leave the
records of a civilization to which the
Arcadian is a thing of yesterday-to be
swallowed up by the next sandstorm ?
Give my great discovery, the greatest
of the century, maimed and imperfect,
to the world? Harding, you must be
'mad. What's the life of a Khirgi Tar.

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quickly certain our opinion free woet an
Invention is probably pientble. Comm *-t a.
tons trictlyconfidential. HandbookonmPaL 'a
sent free. Oldest agency for securtLgpatent.
Patents taken through Mo .fuCO. recel
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hey were beyond pursuit. Then the
rofeseasr pocketed his firearm and
hrew iis leg across the saddle. "Your 0
iwn fault, rememberI" was his final
meeting before he disappeared over the d
op of ithe nearest sand dune. d
When he had disappeared, Harding d
ookedgabout him, reviewing the situa-
ion. 'It was no cheering prospect that I
net his eye-a dead waste of sand hills 0
to north, south, east and west, white t
hot in the glare of the tropical ann. e
T'wo dark blots alone broke the pale f
surface of the wilderness, the stiffen- t
ng bulk of the dead camel and the limp f
figure of the fever stricken camel driv-
ir-truly no pleasant place to die in,
more especially if you happen to be
young and strong and the death to
which you stand condemned is death by
hunger and thirst. A few hoarse would
exhaust the scanty remains of food and
water left in the skin and saddlebag
lying hard by the dead camel, and then-
Harding shook off anticipations of A
coming torture to take stock of his
Wretched commissariat and, rummag-
ing in the bag, found a priceless treas- i
ure, nothing less than an untouched
bottle of quinine Why, with this he
aright hope tc revive the Khirgiz, whose
case, but for the supposed exhaustion of
thei'expedition's medicine chest, had
ney, been a serious one. Escape was
ye possible.
rscapel From a trackless wilderness
niB^ *iky could only wander aim-
lessly tp'and fro, having no single in-
strumeit by which to determine their
position or point the way? Saving his I
assistant's pack, the professor had car-
ried off everything.
No, not everything. Even as this
thought sank like a stone into Harding's
heart his eye fell upon something glit
tering at bis foot. With a shaking hand
he grasped it. lifted it-and broke into
a cry of mingled triumph and thanks-
giving which startled the Khirgiz from
his lethargy. Pushing back his long
hair, the man made an effort to sit up.
"The master ? Where is the master ?"
he asked, looking about him in surprise.
Harding laughed grimly. "Heaven
alone knows, since he has left his com-
pass here."
And heaven alone knows to this hour
the course of the wretched Kirkhoffer's
wandering. When Harding and the
Khirgiz, guided' by the instrument
which he had dropped in his scuffle
with the Englishman, reached, after
manifold toils and sufferings, the con-
fines of human habitation, they could
obtain no tidings of their vanished
chief. And, although Harding insisted
on organizing a new expedition to
search for him, its laborsawere fruitless.
His fate remains as unknown to the
world as the history of that ancient em-
pire whose records lie buried with him
in the sands of central Asia.-Chicago
ot Built That War
The Publisher-We can publish your
book of epigrams if you will guarantee
us the cost of printing and binding.
The Poet-It's no go. I never could
enjoy witticisms at my own expense.-
Oineinnati Enquirer.
J. D. iIdge, editor and proprietor of
the Democrat, Lancaster, N. H. s, ay: "I
would not be without One Minute Cough
Q- f~or icy hoy. when troubled with a
^ 0t I t h -e rn etyfi1 for
B~ssy5ever used." --
'"rackin & Son.
Startin- a BIg AMacbin*.
Did you ever see a careful engine
start a big pumping engine? He goes
about It in a very deliberate manner in.
deed. Chief Engineer Michael Hodge,
who has charge of the three gigantic
pumping engines at the Alleghany wa-
terworks at Monroe station, gave an il-
lustrated lecture on the subject the oth-
or day to a visitor who happened into
the plant. Turning a little wheel he
gaid-c "It takes about 15 minutes to
start one of these pumps. I am turning
ana little steam to sort of warm up her
jacket before she gets down to hard
work. A mahobine is like a man in a
long distance race-ube has to get lim-
bered up before she is capable of hex
very best work. The work this engine
does when she gets down to business is
to take 5i00 gallons of water out of the
river every revolution of her driving
wheel and start it on its way to Alle.
wy She runs at the rate of 15 revo-
ltIons8 per minute, and you can easily
see that she has no snap, but earns every
aent of her wages."
Diving down into the basement Mr.
Hodge turned a valve wheel a part of
the way round, and then went up stairs
and turned on a little steam at the main
valve, Then the ponderous driving
wheel, which weighs a trifle over 88
tone, began to revolve slowly. Down
into the basement he went again to open

LoggtatUj la sroiod.a
Time was when the logs were drawra
ver roads of snow and ice on the great
nde sledges to the banks of some river,
lrawn out on the ice and left until the
springtime, when they would be floated
brown stream to the mills. In some
places the system is still in vogue, but
In large measure all this has been
changed. Logging railroads have been
built into the forests, enabling the own-
rs of pine lands to reach forests far
rom any stream. Spurs from the main
branch of the road are built out like the
fingers on an enormous hand clutching
at the defenseless pines. After a tortu-
uns passage through the paths of the
voods the log s loaded upon the skid-
vay-an incline leading down to the
railway track. The skids are long,
tough poles of tamarack or some hard
wood, placed about 20 feet apart.
The logs easily roll down on these
kids and are drawn by horses up on the
Ihort, wide freight cars, and as fast as
mne car is loaded another takes its
place, until a train of perhaps 80 cars
is made up. The road is a very rough
me, and the trains are supplied with
the best of airbrakes, for the grades are
steep, and great care must be exercised
or the trains will break in two and
disaster and possibly los of life will
follow if a part of one of the trains
breaks away and starts down the grade.
"Mountain climbers, the powerful en-
gines in use in mining regions, wae a
part of the equipment of a logging rail-
road.-"The titory of a Pine Board,"
by W S. Harwood. in St Nicholas.
How to Take a Bath.
"I cannot understand why it is," says
c physician, "that when 1 order a cold
tub bh for my path for my patients, the tempera-
ture to be at 65 or 70 degrees, they
never can understand how they are to
do it. 1 suppose I shall let the water
stand overnight.' says one. But it is
not necessary to let the water stand
ovoeright. We are living under civi-
lized conditions, and the very simple
plan of turning on the hot water faucet
for a few minutes will moderate the
water to exactly the proper temperature.
Some people do not understand taking a
cold bath anyway. 1 don't wonder they
take cold. To bathe properly, when the
water is in the tub turn down the night-
clothes and bathe the face and neuk.
Then, stepping into the tub. kneel on
one knee and with the sponge throw
the water first over one shoulder and
then over the other down the spine.
That causes the reaction which makes
the body warm. Quickly sponge over
the rest of the body, make a few mo-
tions forward in the water, as if swim-
ming. and then lump out into the bed-
room slippers. It need not take more
than a moment. Such a bath is very
beneficial to many thin blooded people."
-New York Timea.
Treatment For EheamaMUim.
The Russian peasants, more especial-
ly those residing in the neighborhood
of Moscow, have a peculiar and origi-
nal method of treating themselves for
that bane of mankind, rheumatism.
Many cures, even in very bad cases, are,
it is claimed, effected by making the
patient take ant baths.
The manner of preparing these baths
is as follows: An anthill is sought, and
when found a sack is filled with nuts,
anVtgedga. -and. if'it bo c nsidered no(?C-
essary, a certain qumanitoy of the arnth
which composes the hill. The sack is
then closed hermetically and carried to
the home of the sufferer. A warm bath
is already prepared here, and the sack
Is plunged bodily into tbohe hot water.
Soon this latter begins to give off a pe-
culiar pungent odor, characteristic of
formic acid. The bath is now ready for
the patient's immersion. The action of
the bath on the skin is one of intense
irritation, and the result seems to be a
drawing out of the evil, and the conse-
quent disappearance of the rheumatic
It is advisable for any one who may
be tempted to try this remedy to be
careful not to remain too long in the ant
bath, as the consequences might be a
total disorganization of the skin, which
would peel off, due to the violent action
of the acid.--New York Commerciat


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timbered land, being the west half of
the southwest quarter of section 6, tp
4s, range 13w; 4 acres fenced with
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$4.50. But the BUOY proposes to do better than this and wlfUsed the lBlO r
one year and fu'nish one of these plows complete at the actory for $4.60
mi,,,r.huHa' to n an. fr a fht.

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Gruzing Timberd Lands. iiicluding ltpa.-
riau R.ghts; in all 1,300 acres;adjOmins
St.Anuarews Bny1. a.,'oi tro *and one-
half miles. Emhace&a 9-leif t'oiuLt. Prop-
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Of the City 0f St. Anfdrew
Gotten up with g.,.at cure by the
publisher, who has ;pared no pains
to prepare for the pt..lic a map of
St. Andrews as it really is. It shows
Fxtending eastwaid lionm Dye,,s
Point, taking in the Old '- ow asite of
St, Andrews, and gives 'itio of
public business places, p vate" reai-
dences, docks, etc., ala o .ery lot in
each block and the a.-joining addi-
tion to the -Cincirnafi Compainy'
land, with a full le rijfiion of the.
* The Matp will hc w owners of lots '
in the city just whsre they are Jlo.
cated, and is of values to those think.
ing of buying property.
Size of Map 30x0 aInches.
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Flou ida Agrieulltrisgl . 2 55
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