Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: July 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: VID00056
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
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S .,,in. Sain'l "aso..), M.onticello,
Mallory, Pensiieola.
t.'l,',-el, atives- I st Dist rict, S.M. Spark-
mani. 'ami .p ; 2d District, It. W.
. ^Davis, l'alath a.
_.. ,I Ltt:'.'1 e- Hegister, W. G. Robinson;
fle''a- er-H. S. Chuli, Gainesville.
,veriior-W. 1). Bloxhamt: Secretary of
lie. *I. L. 'rawt'ord; reasurer, .1. B.
', hifi,-lii: Atl',,i iie Gei.eri l W m. B. La-
..i. ',liptrller, W H Reynolds; St.-
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One uollar a Year in Advanee.

Editor and Proprietor.
Display nd rates 50(c per itch per month~
Position and estraordhiary condition
rates sthbiect to special agreement.
"Local Drift," 5c per libie, first ips_'rlionr
2'1.. each subsequent. Display loreals
double aloveo ates.

11 lien Siips Put Out, to Sea.
It's Sweet, good-bye," when pennants fly
And ships put out to sea;
It's a loving kiss and a tear or two,
In an eye of brown or an eye of blue-
And you'll remember me,
And vou'il rt member me.
It's "Friend or Foe?" when signals blow
SAnd shfuis sight ships iu sea;
It's cl,:ar for actiuu ana mIan the guns
As the b.aLLle nears or the battle runs
And yo'd'll r'emeuuber me,
And you'll r.nam-al.ier me.
It's dJck to dec:k a %o w ath and wreck
\ bV' ,a L] , i.,' i l, a. t ~et-a;
It &. c. eI.i f A !t.,L irnj -n iek of shell,
Arnd rull ,iid 1ut t et a r 'ua ing Lihel-l
AuI v,"Ju'll r'1 tOnb r i Lu, .l ;
S vi-,, Ljb-airL'
And you'll temertber me.
t '-. luu.n ad denth iand pause a breath
\Vh:n -..ip0 i'4uv d,'_wi at ".sa;
It tjat. i aver ,ani lov'.e btgins,
A\ld ,ar i' '*nel whic.sfr <'it--

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My Little Boy.
C-. i, h: I ljoy, my aittl tle '.

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YOU :.' i... '' i a' .; 1 iL t 1 know,
And O li:''i ,, cb,- ;

'Tis time .ou came a.. ay-.,
The country has a million arms
To claim the nation's due,
A million hearts to bleed and break,
But I have ouly you.
Wake up-wake up-the hour is late,
You should not, tarry there;
The night is dark on San Juan Hill,
Too dark for hope or prayer.
Wake up-my arms are open wide
To welcome you with joy.
And still you sleep-and sleep-and
0 Bi tie, little boy.
--Oe il Joyce in B.stoln Transcript.

TVoiat.vr-vr Is-h-Is Best.
Pknowa ; y life grows older,
And mi ..- eyes have learn i sight,
Tatr u. e-'tr tach rank wrong some

There li-e.- tlie root of Right;
That each sorrow has its pul'ose,
By the sorroviign oft uniut'-.E&ed,
But as sure as tIhe sun bring,. morning,
VhateE-r is-is best. --
I know that ea.. / .ife l :.c'ii .l
Ais sire. as .te night. bring : sihad ,
This etorn'vhere, socii.'iLtOie ouRiihef'ii
Tho' the hour be ione delayed
I know sThat t'.w soul air'icc
Btoraet.minie- by tue heat's ;onTire,
And to ro.v :iea ns t o ftiin I t. s4itl'er- ,
But wit'e~er- is-is bhst.

I know,, there are no errors
InA the. g.hi oat eternal plan,.
And all things work together
For the ounal eood of man.
And I know when my soul speeds on-
In ite graud eternal quest,
I shall say, as I look back earthward,
Whatever is-is best.
-Ella Wheeler Wilcox,

The Proper Plan.
We bo 'v to the inevitable
In a way that doesn't let
The inevitable consider
Itself in our set.

;Gun-slhot wounds and powder burns,
cuts, bruises, sprains, wounds from rusty
nails, insect stings and ivy poisoning,
quickly healed 1)y DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve. Positively prevents blood poison-
ing, Beware of counterfeits, "DeWitt's"

A Love Story.
"Not thiht timne. I will not see her,
I think."
It was a struggle, sharp though
short before she decided in the af-
firmative. The mother yearned to
keep her daughter, but sense of ben-
elit to the girl tfiiHlly prevailed. Hi-
ram, with a boy's httirdy pride.
didn't "want to be behlokln' to no-
body." Sarah was divided twixtt
doubt and delight. Hor hopeless de-
sire for an education hadi become a
possibility, to take or reject as slhe
saw fit. Her spirit was willing, bit j
her girlish flesh was' weak. 'All one
tight she thought and tonsed and
doubted. But, all night lo ig 'the
steady, kind eyes in the" grave face
that had watched her front the
horse's back, held her, and in the
,a,,ruing she arose resolved to go. So
it came ao,,ut that she weirt.
Down in Elmira a stately pleas-
ant faced old lady had heard her
son's plau-, with doubt and per-
"It is so hasty, so romantic, so un-
like you. I can hardly bring myself
to believe you mean it."
"Fortunately or unfoitunately, I
do mean it."
t"G, ,C.lage, vou are thin y--.he
is sixteen."
"Yes; you cannot tiink of any-
... .ig I Lave not. 'lTit question is,
Si you have her here?"
"O, I.',u',, I inli Have I eiei
V.i'.l yet to- aii'ty a pi,, sible v. ish
., youas, my sol?"
i i. .'C.- ,i t in a a lowg, ,Al.-C.

S.)l ,I ," he and
,. ill .-UKA Ie '1tt!'i and

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never dreamed ot snch a )iiing. So
great a main as he-. Ienii --"
Her voice talteied and lhe tried
away. Mrs, Neabl)tt's ,ice as

husnky with excitement. i
"Yes, ire did, Sary. Hte
the fiL time he seed yo,
why he drd it. He tild ii,
said if yen didn't love hirr
light-that yend be a bet
tor the eddloation. Sary.
yen ought to know."
"Ohh, mother, mUotherl'
wailed, and slped ftour th
the duatie little orchard o0
side. |
Mrs, Nesbiit Iitwy ahnl
*-I' gue vs i e I n r. "-
Downt in the orchi a
herself lace downward on LIl
"I never di ined it," ahl

loved voU
, ,
e,. He
it was all

Iithe girl
,i tlihe hill-

'e. thi

t three

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|ri as-

S l u eIL'l.

':UOl, I can't! I can't! NAlyiabu bh dues

not love rie now.'"

But il' tils new light Iii
care and guarlliaisltip tou,,
aspect, and she knew bet

Ii constant,
l, another
ter. The

imissnapen little figure lose before
her eyes. Her Ihole healthliful girl-
ish body revolted. h61e sb1liudderedl
from Iread to foot.
"I ea1't,, I calatl hle re heated and
lay there spent with euoti mi.
Then attother vinioi. ci uie. She
saw a noble head and gra '.d; earuesti
eyes, beut tendlerly on rer. She
heard a wonderful peiietr, ring voice
that seemed to play on the very
I.er'k cs. ings of the ilult tue who)
listened that nerunorable .day when
she sat in the crowd and looked iup
to himi in aiuiration. S ,ie saw tie
godlike soul ot the in jas it had
teeii unveiled to her a hui lied times
aid she cried: l
"I love jiin!-I dlo Os irin!"
But thie stituggle w4s o0t ended;
",I two liouia it raged. Then she

'Gmld has afflicted hil,,
4i'tei IiLte to be a iecoiPni

-" -I- ... ,. I r ,' f 1aca- i l, that I hliouult, reliseY"

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: .' .. ';; *. '..i i t.[.. t ll i n Le a i tvn
.**'. *.. &no \ r, i . ih,,i i,,t,, the
na, ,." .. "'1.' ar n and subtle
,-. .' .,... ; to good a-lvantabi in
the operation She was pretty, very
%. ty, r nidinig into a fair, stately
Mrs. Nesbitt was witting in, to her,
luxurious idleness, sewing carpet rags,
her eyes following the pretty figure
with glistening pride.
"It jest beats all how yen re-
member 'bout bread; you're jest as
handy as I'd be."
"Not so very strange," responded
the prettily modulated girlish voice.
"Mrs. Archer had me make bread
nearly every Saturday. She said
gir',s ought not to forget cooking
when they are learning other things.
She is so igold mother, you don't
Now, for over a year Mrs. iN-s-
bitt's heart had'been greatly troubled.
Si,, wanted Sarah to marry Mi.
Archer, and A.e ,lin't want her r.i.
',-m .i ,.abve -all, shie .rt.ied to kii,,,,
XI-hit S t'rhb t1t,,uriLEt, ani was alrtlii
I -y ,lyi iiug ot ear of uiieI. e-
queui'iees al ti nuid. Tlisj rooriiiaig a
"-ST -ch 4 k M.ie. ; I V 0 ^-^1 0 i I e r -`

Ill A r, Ie,,: i-. p.,,,,,l, tOO, ai,'t
he?" she aske.i.
T'it ginl's face b-riareted 5tiULi
"\Vbh, mintit, i''s 'the best man,
that ever lived--aid the smartest
too. He has been so patient :nd
good to wal, teaching me ~hiing- I
never would have learned but for
hint. I never can half repay h;m', uo
matter what I do!"
"Don't yen think it's quare they
doing' so much fer yeu?"
"Yes, I have thought so; but if
yon saw how good they were to ev-
erybody, you wouldn't wonder so
The bread was tucked uindr a
cloth, rising, and Sarah was -\uAit;: i
the tray. Mrs. Nesbitt's voice trem-
bled a little.
"-Say, Saryl Mr. Archer ain'tmar-
ried, and ain't old, nuther. Did yen
ever think of that?"

lie has


-he dropped on her knees. "'God help
Iu.-. to see his soul a laJd .al-,
ways! sle prayed. 5
\Vihen she ,eintrned t the house
het mother looked auxiou'sly at her.
"Yeu ain't mad about .t, Sary, be
yen?" ,
"Not at all, mother."
"Do yea mean to nair y hini?"
S"If lie wants lie, aoth.r, I think
I shall.' '
Mrs. Nesbitt grunted: "In some
ways it's a good match, buk it's kind-
er oinatural." The girl f'inced.
"Do not let us talk any to'ore about
it," she said, gently.
Again two years have passed and,
it is graduating day at Elmira Semi-
nary. The hall is green hith cedai,
in coaumans, wreaths, Iesto4i s. Great
banks and clusters of rose iot over
the stage, and in their nm ist stands
the fairest rose of themit 1. Little
Sarah id a magnificent woi an as she
stands there in her wlite ri es. mashi
after the fashion of the tim is-"baby
waist"-showing her li e white
arms and lily-petal neck. -HIer large
starry eyes and glintir.g hair aie very
beautiful. Lit.tl. nmurmuni s of ap-
piau.Ro g.o throJughl the adl:ience as
tie i (a'is. Uindoiubtedly it %oul '
.tiilIII gn1 lish and clude, u w. Fihe
girl graduate (if today i. i cii t 11, ad-
v ',(c. 01 "her Nisler ol forty 1,6is ag,,.
But that audlienice thou i sh.ie did
wiv i.derni lyv wfi't.',\-aft'i- ?Theiie
4.['pr'Ovul oy jappjlandilng lie tily.
As Srahli itlt tho .etage er heart
b e-i higli with puil. .
"' I'ii glowing wi'tilyv of him; he
need in't be ashtaitiei of nV." Heri
li, s cun ,.t! 1 lu a delicioa smile.
Pe' 'rha'. a 1 an .tel hinim is n hliu I
love him; ilt'ti its' the l!Intt %%. years,
it lias been ._1i tor hun."
T he qu.i,'k !;:i:h t .-, v < t..,'I, ov+r
Let facei i :.' i the a;,n lience r ie-
4' 0
-ti" c m y c 'i If }.,.-i i"',e.
ill + u .'..ui ex ,.i iL>.'',,; ',i ] u, ',vel v
face, **u 'i Mr .\i-!ac 'A i a, lIu.1 I
m ade :1 r,'- i,.I' L' i sti r

but ; ",,. .I-,'! 1 *." i ' 1 k it

G=rt' I..J]'A of sw'at ca u e funt. 1,,r
his .', h+'ieail. Hle a ,o.Ie lii, ily al,]J
went out oil thi hall.
That evening thev wel .sitting

The girl wheeled quickly towards I alone in 'the moonHit r,,o,
her mother, her cheeks burning red. Nesbitt and Hiram had reti
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ed early,

something Lik Seareh. ..
A Welshman who was in London
when extensive sewering operations
were in at his watch. He re.
ported tht, -- to Scotland Yard, and
the officials said they would leave no
stone unturned to find the missing time-
-Aes1ers St -t ir w.-.4 Taffy again
visited the metropolis and saw street
after street turned up. He was told that
In all 86 miles of road were in the same
condition. He rushed down to Scotland
Yard and exclaimed to the wondering
"I didn't think I was giving you all
that trouble. If you don't find the
watoh by Sunday, I wouldn't break up
any more streets. "-Pearson's Weekly.
Golden Silence.
A man who once met Ralph Waldo
Emerson at the house of a friend tells
of the characteristic way in which the
Ooncord philosopher blunted the edge
of a compliment.
"Oh, Mr. Emerson," said a young
woman of the party, "it must be so de-
lightful to know that people all over
the country are grateful for the things
you have said"
"Thank you," said Emerson slowly,
"but it is for some of the things I have
not said that I feel most gratefuL"
A Story of' Georme IV.
In Lady Gregory's newly published
reminisoenoes she says of George IV's
trip to Ireland in 1821: "The king ar-
rived after a good passage, during
which mach goose pie and whisky had
been consumed. Word had just come of
the death of Napoleon at St. Helena.
%he story goes that 'Sire, your enemy
Is dead,' were the words he was greeted
with. 'When did she die?' was his re-
annn&t. nt the aneen was indeed also

Thu little cares that ftetted m%,
I lost them yesterday
Among the fields above # the Bea ,
Among the winds at play,
Amnrg the lowing oft the herd"
The rustling of the trees,
Among the singing of thu birds
The humming of the beea.
The foolish fears of what might paM
I crm them all away
Amongr the clover satnted r-rasla
Among the new i m6wn hay,
Among the hushing of the corn
Where drowsy popplel nod,
Where ill thoughts die and good a re bt-
Out in the fields with GodI
-St. Paul's.


& t and all kinds of terrinie worm zor
6n'I of these societies-I do not know
"He will come t- she gasped.
"Yes, but he shall not stay. When
the highbinders fellow, they can have
Ah Lon had irever contradicted her
mother-itideed. she had tlu(ught her
second in wisdc.ou only to the priest in
the josshouse. But the inherited in-
stinct rose in rebellion, and she said
"He is my father. I should like to'
protect him."
Wo Ling sprang to her feef, and.
catching Ah Lon by the shoulder hur-
ried her out to The little balcony and
pointed downward to a large shap,
whose windows glittered with masses
of orith -stuffi anOAd doA liAi ,tO hia-

Iexnu,,-m nl Ir elay. >r-. A.fieM l hr
had 'folli,-wel t eir !,xiral.le. t'lt,
i ....nilight shonee uii li i Jl.I ft-ce.
Sairah lou eei to c,,iiiilsi t hi fir.
hIear t beat lait iini la.aplilk; little
r-mile, cuiv ed i0he dinlle.-Ii 1 li her
i-le will tell me l lf i w," ,hn- t ,.h0l.
liie noj v l iit tlhti hliaL ,'w. T1 .n:
hle '| o we, b lig lrly : .
S"\\ ell, little i-tel, 11.Iw v.n mee
all fininheild ai fine. wiiiilat ie u ll
gijinl l u doL ? Pijlei`,mior F'anitlr tu'il
fme today ie hadl .liil:red yvu a laPoi-
tino in tle nialet'lii a y. t i a dul.-c v--
ed comiiplimineit."
"An. the R.,ck Creek 'ch il i.1
inine, 'tor ltle a' a kin .' .' M.,tl r tutil
el-toiday tli" trust es .* ,un \\.V-i.at
it luckiv girl I amKl!" with a littiile
break ii. liher voiCe, *liheltder a ;laiulh
or sob it was har1t to tell.
He went on: "Yes, iny dear, vyii
are a lucky girl. ,1 Jhave just uneO
nimre favor to atik of yuu, if you will.
I have finally decided to practice in
New York City- I have very good
iniducements. Of cou..nuither will
be very imiegoane. Tihe first year of
my absence lpeilhaps, will be the
hanrlent. I hlouihl feel inore content
if you would accept the seminary po-
sition and blay with her. Under.
tand, my dear, it is simply a re-
quest. You owe O nothing, You
have amply repaid tue-in the comfort
you have been to me every day.
Your life is before you n-ow. I shall
unsts my little sister very much) and
she may bIe sure that her brother will
never loie night of her."
There was a sharp struggle be-
tween pride and love in the girl's
heart. Then love conquered.
"Do you think ot your mother
Alonee" bhe arked, softly.
He moved deeper into tnhe shadows.
She stood in the full radiance of the
iluonlight. It gave an almost su-
pernatural effect to her beauty. Sithe
could not see the hopeless misery in
his eyea, but it was in hli voice as lie
a.-w ered :
"My little girl, I am not equal to
talkuig with you tonight. Leave me,
dear; it is best I shonild be alone."
Swiftly she knelt by his side.
"It is never best you should be
alone." The voice was vefy low, but
it was intent ears that listened.
"Do you know what you are say-
ing?" he cried almost roughly.
"What are you doing? What do
you mean? Is it love you are giving
tae? Remember, you are not in my
debt, and I score; your pity. My
lve for you has become my life, but
I want nothing else in return."
"And I give nothing else in re.
turn. My king among men, I have
nothing else to give."
All the bitterness of his sad man-
hood dropped from him at her ring-
ing, sincere words. "My God, I
thank Thee!" he said, simply.-
Jeanette Scott Benton iu GoodLit-

You can't cure dyspepsia by dieting.
Eat good, wholesome blood, and plenty
of it. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests
food without aid from the stomach and is
made to cure, R. F. Brackin & Son.

Wo LiAng clasped her hands had to-
gether and set her face. & "e .C l
"Your father," she said. And it was are noted for hanging on.
some moments before she could speak They weaken your throat
again, and lungs, and lead to
"He is dead?" asked Ah Lovr in a and serious trouble.
whisper. serious trouble.
Wo Ling shook her head. Finallyashe don't trifle with them.
spoke. "He has been doing work for Take Scott's Emulsion at
one of the rival secret societies-those Once. It soothes, heals,
who rule us here in' China Town and i and cures.
our own souls, who murder and are S 60c. ndSl. All drugglta.





Ah Lonwas 16, and, considering'that "You see that.." she said hoarsely.
she had gr6wn up in China Town~ re- "It Ia owned by The rich merchant,
markably sweet, albeit with a tinge of Wong tee. Such another would your
bitterness. She was also pretty, with father have been hade not loved opium
soft curves in her face an.id',-%1tffi'mgei'ce ..4w
in her large, oblique eyes. She ,wore a fiara
neat frock of dark blue linen, made -to grow old and bent and weary in
with a long square Chinese jacket and an attic. And I was as beautiful when
full trousers. A round club of wood fit- he left me as you are today-and at 830
ting the nape of her neck was her pil- you, too, will be old and bent and
low. She could only afford to have her weary"- She wheeled Ah Lon about
hair combed with the seven combed, and and pointed to the little dingy, ill fur-
worked into shining cues, stuck fast nished room with the holes the rats had
with pomatums, then pinned fast upon made and the great pile of work. "It
her head. will be like that as long as you lve,"
For Ah Lon was not the daughter of' she said. "Shall I not take vengeance
a rich merchant, but of a poor seam- on the man t"
stress, who lived in a rickety old build- Ah I.'a, deeply impressed, did not'
ing, inorc respeetahlk than many in know what an-: .i-'rto make. so slb fell-
China Town. but pntitrnz.,1 by rats if to we,-pinrz -hitti y. H,.r uinother releas-
not by opium fiends. Ah Lon and her ed hir. undi pr I'th \ '; meal
mother, a withered old wouian with a 6f rice an, sta,.'. '.rn air t,.. h Lon
determined temper, lived on the tliiril went itnt) ton. tih-ial? rl,,n i.,!jining
floor, and tswed week in and week out ud crept uinrn) hr btl:,' klth wvin- thai
for the Chinese women who spent the T wihe ishall nut ide'lp rhlit -iiiit
dollars of the rich merchants. Twice she pe d thr.liugh a crack in
Until Ah l Lon passed her fifteenth The dioor and z, ,her' mother ittin.-
birthday she was happy enough. From there. her hand. preewd h.arl against
her window the .ou M look-into the' her knees, her head trained forward,
grand restaurant opposite, whose wall ber eyes *ild A town ,'lck wA lboom-
were of carved wood gilded, and whose ing 9 when Wo Ling. without loving
balconies were crowded' with palms in her hcad. called in a load whisper:
beautiful vases and hung with Chinese Ah Lon."
lanterns. There wis a banquet almost Her daughter ran to: het.
every night, and the wealthy merchants "He ti coming." said Wo Ling. "Go,
in their satin and 'repe garments sat down stairs and bring him rafe'ly here."
about the litt.]tubl's anddined off tiny Ah Lotn miarvled at what she could'
platohof tinier portions, while women not understand 't vhr-r mother's voice,
sat else by and sarng in monotonous, and forgot he? fear of ats. Shn slipped.
discordant voices. The opium smokers hastily down through the black well of
lay on marble couches n the recesses of fhe stair, stopping several times fo listen
the roomui aund looked with filmy scorn' intently. At last she heard some one
upon the bnasat. who' l ared for food. panting as if in terror. and a moment
Once a week Ah Lonu xent with her later stumbled over nn illsmelling heap.
mother to the jo.sliunsl and worshiped i *Ling Tang" .ndri asked rapidly. -'I
the maitnificent ilols of i'ry miand gold, am Ah ton, your dianghtern. W Ling
and once she wcnt to the theater and -aits you, and will give you food. We
listened for three hours to a play she have satsages and rice. "
could not nulerstand. But, although She turned, and Pan' up stairs. The
there w.as no iceeiery, she admired the heap gathered itself together and fol-
gorgeous g'.rl entbro'.idered robes of the lowed slowly.
actors so much tha.if she forgot to be "He com"s." she anid to her mother.
bored, and taclly wtut to sleep on her And she waited, tri.mIling with curiosi-
bmotrler's hounldoer. ty. Wo Ling raised lheiself to her full
Beyond thuse brief experiences, afd height, which was ibove that of. most
what she saw from her eyrie. Ah Lon, Chinese women, i
knew nothing of the world. Her mother The man euterrd. He had nothing in
had told her once that outside of China common with his moon faced cnmpa-
town-a swarming precinct not a half triots of the streets, who looked com-
mile square-was a great dust colored paratively clean and well frl. and Ah
city called San Francisco, whereinuonly Lon could not -know that underground
an occasional washhouse bore the faint- their *ere many like him. He was in
est resemblance to any of her native rags.- and what they covered pight
place. ButAh Lon had never een i have rattled, he was so flr-shless. Hit
although strange foreign looking peopleture f and sparse grayrinkled hide and botny stru-
came sometimes with a policeman to' ture and spareo gray hair fell about it
poke their noses about China Town, to and from his cheeks arld chin. He look-
the phlegmatic contempt of the race Ld .n.- and he may have been a m. Ah
that bled and despised them. Lon gave a cry and fled to the bedroom,
"Mother," said Ah Lon one day, sLiuaning the door behind her. Dut Wo'
"some girls have fathers. Have I not Ln trk t wreckk in Ldr arms.-'
one?" Gertrude Athrtcn in Lidys Realm.
"Perhaps," said the mother, whose Barbera on the Oreafn.
wrinkled eye sockets suddenly contract- Oneof the most importauD persons on
ed board well equipped ocean liner is the
"Where, then, is he?" nk barber. If he is gifted with n good busi-
r the pavement n a bu ness instinct, he is id a poitionu to make
smoking opium night and day-unless a good deal of money.
he is dead." To the average man shaving while at
Ah Lon stared at her mother with sea is a difficult and hazardous opera-
expanded eyes. She knew that life was tion. He therefore calls into requisition
not particularly interesting for little the servicesof the ship's barber, a man
girls whose uothcrs were poor, but it who by long training is qualified to
was her first intimation that it might wield the razor with skill and safety,
be ugly. Usually, when her mother no matter how muh the vessel rolls or
spoke at all, it was to give her daugh- pitches.
ter brief orders. Upon raze occasions He is always one of the most heavily
Wo Lingtalked of the Flowery Kingdom "tipped" officials on the ship. If the
of her youth, rocking bh --elf back and ship travels on a route with interesting
forth and crooning the while. ports of call, the ship's barber makes it
"Will he never come back?" his business to lay in a stock of native
"Ask no more, interrupted her knickknacks and curios of all kinds.
mother fiercely. "I have told you this The inexperienced traveler is natu-
that you may know what will befallrally a little suspicious of the-native
you if you marry. He beat me and he peddlers who swarm on board with their
beat young. but you were too young when wares directly the ship is at anchor. HIea
he deserted ns to remember. We were prefers to purchase his mementos of
not so poor then, and had saved money. foreign travel of the barber, who, hav-
He took it all to bry him opium in a ag bought his stock at wholesale rates,
hole underground, and left ua to work i. able to retail the various articles to
our fingers to the bone. Never shall you passengers at prices little if at all high-
marry so long as I have strength in my er than those charged by the native
right arm to beat you." tradesman.-Exabange.
"But are all men alike?" asked Ah
Lon naively. She had seen slim and Excesmivte Coffee Drinking.
prosperous Icoking young men sit down The Moors are inveterate coffee drink-
to dinner opposite.- era, especially the merchants, and they
"All that you will ever meet. Talk sit in their bazaars and drink continu-
no more." ously the whole day long. It has been
But a week later Ah Lon came home noticed that almost invariably, when
one day after delivering a dozen little these coffee drinkers reach the aoge of 40
jackets for a merchant's child iand or 45, their eyesight begins to fail, and
found Wo Ling pounding her knees by the time they get to be 50 they be-
With her clinched hands. The woman's come blind. One is forcibly impressed
patient face was contorted, her eyes by the number of blind men seen about'
glittered with the sunken fires of her the streets of the city of Fez, the capital
nature. It was the first time that Ah of Morocco, and uhis is invariably at-
Lon had seen her mother excited, and Vributed to the excessive use o coffee.-
she dropped the little bag of silver to 'few York Ledger.
the floor and stood wringing her hands. r
"What is it?" she asked. "What is .ffWIII Wl WmII IttDM


XOTrE.-It must lie remenimbered that the
wind is not a w uolly rclitale motive pow-
er and if their sailors sonwetimes find it im-
?os'lil)le to make schedule tiinmeit misit lie
tiarged tothe elements; theey do the best
thbv can.

The (Clelpatra a iled for Peiisaco.
la la.t Satui.iy, having on biiard a<
passengers the remaining niembeth
of the family of" our late townsman,
John Lutz. '.'"hey go to join him at
Racine, W\is., \ which is to be their fu-
turne lioine.
The Buckeve arrived from Peni.a-
cola on Thuleday foilenioin, last, with
Judge Powell andl family (t Blakely,
Ga., as rasrsinge s.

L ve -St. A nd w. Ray v every 'I'ues.dav,
lon s' 1 P, [1ii- vi .la %e i y' F liday,
weatherr pel ie iti ingllii ). Spe hial telle -
tion will lie given to receiving niid
for;nardii.g freight for parties liviihg on
Eni t ii nd Noirth BiL3'. i'assengiiers For
poilil. 1,n ePither niin of tlie Ptay can
diepelli upull set'l i"iii pl pt tih>'-
portation i n t rc- son a le rates. For
lfirther information apply to
L. M W.R,,& Co., Agis

Cirrie the last Bay Mail between St.
; Aindi,.-% Pav, \Veia, rpo and intermedi-,
ate puiis. ].t:Lves St. Andrews daily
(t x,.-pt sunldav at 6:00 a. In.; arrive at
et.ippo aI 1 i p. in.; leave Wetappo
at 1:00 p. in.: arrives at St. Andrews at
7:3U p. i. Make llandings regularly at
Hairrison. Croinantoni, Parker, Pitts-
Iurg and F iindalc. Freight landed at
ally post,)lbce wharf. For passenger and
Ireight rales. see rate card in the sev-
eraln p, lloffi.:;.
D.avi l M. \\WTHrBEILI. Contractor.

A Week's "Weatiler.
The following table gives the maxi-
mum, minimum and mean tempera-
tures, the rainfall and direction of the
wind, foi'the twentt.y-four hours ending
at 7 i.i' el.ck p. m.. as indicated by U. S.
government, self-registering thermom-
eters. Max:Min. Mean. R'n Wd
July 1i !)2 79 85 .00 sw
2" i 92 76 84 .00 w
21 94 75 89 .00 w
22 92 74 8:! .00 sw
23 95 74 84 .4-1 s w
L" 4 9I 7-15 8s .00 w
2-7) !il 74 ,s2 NV
Forwee-k...- 3 I -,, I \ 4 I .6., I

Parker Lodge No. 142
F -. A& V. -
Regular ( 'rninnini-
,x enn;Itl o nll tIll the ilst
aI ltit t A iir tiaturdl ay
in each month.
Visiting Brothers
W. E,, MONS. Secretary

CURE rheumatism by taking
Hood's Sairsaparilla,whli';li by neu-
tralizing the acid in the blood perma-
nently relieves aches and PAINS.
Glory No Temptation.
A few years ago the river drivers
were working on the west branch.
The- togs had jammed into a nasty
snarl, aad no one hankered for the job
of going out with a cantdog and start-
Ing the key log, In the crew was an
Indian who( was noted for his cool-
nes.s and his keenness. The boss final-
ly looked over iu his direction. "La-
eoote," ihe said, "you go out and break
that jam. and 11l see that you get a
nice puff in the paper."
The redskin looked at the logs and
then at the boss. "Dead Injun look
nice on paper," be gruntei., and walk-
ed away.-Aroostook tlMc.) Pioneer.

Squelehed For Once.
"Sir," began the book canvasser, "I1
have a little work hiere"-
"*Sorry," Interrupted the busy man,
"but I have a gr.at deal of work here.
Good morning!"--Chicago News.

Mr. nrii Mr s. B. Lack rnlip. I'l-tn. lMo.
wi ite: "Li< il' r ilule Cogl h tr',l"' .,1 vel
IhI' lifl' or'oiir lilt I. lrov when heir.irl dead
"ilth trul.." l'. F.. Brackin & Son.

S ridl ~raTrT--rra m'sh. -
There are certain large s.n spiders
.to feet f-omi toe to toeC, Collo-ndeis

xigns. that live In the water and feed
entirely upon mollut;-ks and worms.
'li carnivorous wolf spidler. nn am.
philtions Inhai r.it of the tropical re.
gio.is of South America. is said to pre-
for a fish diet. though it Is not averse
to catiug Uice. young Iilrds andI even
Sin:tkL-.. resemublint in this reipeiect the
rleruphosidae, or bird caltchina spiders
or India and Quevusland. some of
which equal a rat lu size. The collo-
sendeis is the tiost formidable spteci
men of the .spitler family, measuring
(S inches maroiudt the body and pos-
sessing 12 long. hairy legs, with which
it grips Its fitry prey. It attacks fish
Several times larger than itself. and
after biting them through the Iba.-k and
stinging them to death gluts Itself by
sucking the juices from the bodies of
Its vitinms.-Portland ur'gounian.

Brave Men Fall
Victims to stomach, *liver and kidney
trouble- as well as women, and all feel
the results in loss of appetite, poisons
in the blood, backache, nervousness,
headaclue and tired, listless run down
feelingf. Rut there's no need to feel,
lik.. that. Listen toJ. W. Gardner. Ida-
ville, Ind. He says: "Electric Bitters
are just the thing for aman when he is
all run down, and don'tcare whether he
lives or (lies. It did more to give me
stren2-th and -ood appetite than any-


-Choice cigars at the Pion eer Drug
-A nice suit of clothes at Maxon &
Brock's for $4.
-20 pounds nice white rice for $1,00
at Mauger's Cromanton.
-If you want to buy good goods
cheap for cash, go to Maxon & Brock's.
-A social party was given by the
Camp Dewey contingent last Wednes-
day evening.
-Another dance was given in Ware's
Hall last Saturday evening and a gen-
eral good time is reported by all.
-A good big Tablet for 8 cts and a
good thick school tablet with 175 leaves
for lOcts; all with handsome covers and
good, ruled paper, at the BUOY office.
-The week's catch of tarpon, up to
date, is two and one-half; the two being
caught by Dr. Cliffe, and. the half one
by Rev. J. S. Foster, under circum-
stances mentioned elsewhere.
-Uur correspondents will please near
in mind that, their favors must. e mailed
early enough to reach us not later than
Monday even ing; otherwise they cannot,
ar.nea.r in the ,nurrent is-tit:.
-Rev. Louderinilk is conducting a
series of revival meetings at the Ban-
tist church. preaching every day and
evening, and eoujiderable religions in-
ter>et appears bein_r aw,,k,-ned.
--Thie latest and greatest medical
discove-try, Fikluk" not only relieves,
but cures constipation-i-ats like candy
-iio unpleasant after effects. At Pi-
oneer Drug Store. only Z5c. a box.
-Brinu your ordinal y selool ink bot-
tie to the Buoy ottice and for 5o g:et it
filled with Arnold's celebrated Chem-
ical Writing Fluid--the very best ink
made. Muit have your own cork.
-De Witt's Little EarlyRisers ben-
efit permanently. The.y lend gentle as-
sistance to nature, causing no pain or
weakness, permanently curing consti-
pation and liver troubles. R. F. Brack-
in & Son.
-I. Godard of the Racket Store de-
sires to announce that from this on un-
til further notice he will serve ice
cream every afternoon and evening,
and all lovers of the delicacy can be ac-
commodated to their hearts' content.
-Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either St. Andrews Bluff, or Buena Vista
Point, at 8c. per dozen; also map of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 12c. per dozen, at the
BUOY office
-It you are thinking of buying prop-
erty in St. Andrews or immediate vi-
cinity, you cannot afford to purchase
until you have conferred with the pro-
prietor of the BuoY. If you are short of
money and want to buy on longtime for
actual settlement you can be accommo-
-Col. S. T. Walkley's place at Cro-
manton, on East Bay is one of the finest
and best appointed homes on St. An-
drews Bay and he would like to sell it,
or exclianae for a coinforta'ble home in
St. Andrews, ind will give a most lib-
eral trade for such. Particulars may
be learned by addrutssing the Buoy, or
calling upon the editor.
--"We have sold many different
cough remedies, but none has given
better satisfaction than Chamber-
ain's," says Mr. Charles Holzhauer,
druggist, Newark, N. J. It is per-
fectly safe and can be relied upon in all
cases of coughs, colds or hoarseness.
Sold by L. -. Ware, St. Andrews and
Bayhead and all medicine dealers.
-The Buoy is cor missioned to bring
seller and buyer together for almost de-
sirable bargain in real estate about two
and-a-half miles frem the Buoy office
on the Parker road Five acres of
ground, fenced, with good two-story
cottage and furniture for small family
willbe given away for less than half
what the improvements cost, if taken
very soon. Title perfect; location de-
sirable. Call at or address the Buoy
for full particulars.
-Rev. J. S. Foster of Franklin,
Tenn., occupied the pulpit of the Pres.
ibyterian church last Sunday morning.
His text was taken from the story ot
'The Prodigal Son." Mr. Foster pro-
nounced it to be, "the sweetest story
ever told" in the Bible, and the master-

ful and tender way in which he de-
scribed the going forth and the home-
coming of the prodigal brought to the
minds uf his hearers a. reinterpretation
of this old, old story which to many was
first. hPard at mother's knee.
-It is plain to be seen, as the seasoii
ad ances. lihe n umber' invr'eits attend-
ing tlin dtane-s. Thi., thought wai sug-
g_-stod upain looking in upon the lar' -
,athering thilat s-ieihl-d in Ware's
Hall la-t Tlijurdlav night to whlle awa.v
a few hours iidulging in the "poetry of
motion," as dancing ha, most appro-
priately been termed. Tt was by far
.ie' large- t crowd of the ieas,,.i, and in-
dications point that the number in at-
tendlance will continue to increase dur-
in- the season, for newcomers are ar-
riving every day, and, when dancing is
mentioned they at once enter into the
sl'piit and are eager to avail themselves
of the privilege of mingling with those
who are setting the inviting example.
Last Monday the Rev. J. S. Foster
of Franklin, Tenn., a member of the
Dr. Cliffe tarpon fishing narty, under-
uocnt an experience such as few tarpon
fishermen ever encounter. He had
hooked and brought up to the boat,
ready for the "'gaff" a six-foot tarmon,
when there was a riffle in the water,
and, to the gentleman's surprise, at
east one-half'of his tarpon disappear-
ed. He was not long in ascertaining
the cause. for with another swish and
whirl, a mammoth shark, which is de-
scribed as a monster of his species,
again took a lunch off his tarponship.
The Rev. gentleman thinks it was
"'kind o' tough," but still savs he be-
lievesin the "'live and let live" policy.


L. L. Faulknier Shoots H imsell
and Dies Within aii Hour.
Onil Friday morning last, a liinii byv
the name .ot Lucius L. FIaulknet,
whobe home is near the N.ix.,ni m ttle-
nient in the Bear Cseek coiitily r, mot
hit death in a imo.t Uinex peictcd arid
tragic manner.
On Thumi, ivty nimill lie hI:tl arriv-il
at the home of Jolhni V. m her, ni
Pretty Bayou niilE camplle. lur thli
night, his business being that ft' a
sort of' itinerant trailer in whalemer
he came across iha lie counldi tiurni t
his own adl vatailge.
Friday inii liinlg Mr. S1ilber alld
Sint. StIehulils started lfo tihe wi.n'
where they wele iakinig a lnw iii..t
lorr a auilollat, leavirig lF'anlkn'r wiltli
ii ,, iutrit in l1r. nurber'" eiinclosuie.
Wh\\ en albiit )lone Ilundirel yards a'wa V
they hieati a gnii go off', r'ullA edl iin--
nineliately by a lund groian. n-ilnpos-'
inig some ni ninial had Ieiii .tliot, Stir-'
bier andl Stephien nma.e their way"
back to thle ifeliiis.es. Stephlieni w.is
the li'ot to reach tlie scene:, u" le le he
fonitd Faulkner I. ing uit the gi.'iiia,
close by thie iuiint wlieel -d his w'ai,""n,
bleedling piofusuly. ]lemioing 'over
him, -'telliei lit heaii himn bay. "v diF l
it yii self with any own gun,", and
begged for a drink of water, wliech
Su'rber procured as quickly as pu.-i-
ble, but no other in telligible'wiII.-
were spoken, as the wounded nian
was fast losing con,'ciolilnt-bs fimi
the loss 6f blood, which wa.w flowing
from a great hole belneath his lighLt
shoulder, the charge being,. as %was al-
terwards established, that 'i buck-
shot roman a niuzzle-load'ing sl..ligun,
it having entered the muscles of the
right arin just below the shoulder-
front. passing directly into the body
at that point ana out at the b;,atI, a
row of the slmt lhaing been toutd
imbedded in the rafters of the she,1
beneath which the tragic t-evellt ,oc-
Soon, Samuel Suiher, Ga..rgo W.
Surber, jr. H. C. MunIon and T. N.
Knowles arrived an found the
wvotiaded maui still breathing i iil
muttering a lew incoherent words.
It took but a glance to determine
that man,bad attimipiLe, to iull lii.-
gun from the wagii innuzzlu f.l'e Iilst
and in the act ,li,.o'larpld it.
But in order tliat all ni1sliciin Iit
f'ul play that might hieieaftet I b
ii.rgel shonl. be set t iest, it. wa,
ti iughl t best that at) ex.xiiinat .i
:iIdl itui'vestigaiit'n l h u'ii til'l be 11.ld.
A ccoiili l, glv IV. Sinlher, ..i..
who.-e liome is close by, came tI
town and there being no eorToner justice of the peace available W, A
Emmons, deputy county c'erk, w:.N.
persuaded to go out and conduct an

examination. Four witnesses wele
examined and accidental shi oingi
was established beyond a doubt.
It then became necessary to buti y
the corpse, and three appraie e.- ue.:i
appointed to make an inventory i!(
and appraise the.ldead inal,'s efleci'.
In a trunk in the wagon two lettetr-
were found from two brothels-uie
at Douglas, Ala., the other' at Lr-x.
Ala. The letters had both beeii
written more than a year ag'ii; it
Rev. Ni. J. Webb was coinmiiniii eal
to write to them, ativhiii' them of1
of their brother's Ilniiimlety ileaLh. almd
letters were written and di-li tledL
by the next mail.
After the above piicr-edings a caIl-
fi was pi,,'cmiel and a decent bLuial
Among the effects in the waga.
were fniiii a Bible. a book of SInei-e l
Sung,, a jug of \\iit', two ShlitiIu li .,
two rqvolvers, a lairln ; g,',I siii [I|ly .n
I,,tliiin.g anll utliher ar ide'le, the whiue,
/in.liuiling ax andm w ;,goui being ap.-
lirr d-%r -at 5
By a lecuild f,, und in the ,ill,-.
Faull.knet was lofumii to be ;.2 your
of a1.e. He leaves n1il iniilntiait ltaini-
il)', liis tilte and iilant having diedI
. S 'eVl'lIe I llO ti a I go.

The Youot.lg Peoples llaptist Union
ruet-ts at the 13al)ti- ch'tu'rch :eveL'\
Fridiiy at 7:'J)0 un. All invit,'d.
The Y. P. S.(. E. u'-.ta.ever''' Stitn
day aft.ernioon at, ._3::. o',_'lock at li'-
Presbyterian churi'ch. All intf,-resI?-,.. .
in Christian Endeavor work i.'k
earnestly invited to attend.
Thomas Rhoades, Ca'nit rui, ,l, writes "I suffered from piles c-v' "
eight .vears. No einei-d gave m -' r-liv
until DbWitt's Witch H1i T'cl .ilv., I-s
than a box of which permanent iiar.-i
me." Soothing, healing, p'erl ielly li..i 11i
less Beware of counterfeits. H. F
Br-ckiiu& S'ox.
Dimaippoi'iatilig Effect.
"I hope you are getting good resnits
from the gymnastic exercises I recut
mended," said Mr. Pneer's medical ad-.
"Well. I'm not," replied Mr. Pneer.
"They have ruined a good coat for
"Didn't you take your eoat off?"
"Certainly, but the exercise has en-
laraged my shoulders so I can't wear it


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1t, par--,ing away peacefully, as
'a quiet sleep; but alas never
ikeli to mortal life.

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' .-.I iv'c '.Ii" S ,'itf lit1 w e I'f e l it a
1 1 ;-.. 2 ,o ,Ii % 2 I) 'I for Clianile r-
I' .l i '..'i'.l'L.1 .i.t1 liii ri oe ea Hi'm -
\\'. I:tte k, i 1n..i it a lnd ut;ed this ined-
iI utn Inamil tf'..r t ,enti v y, e rs and
i iaL toU- i iun1' it rt- I il10 In many
i -l.. I- ''I i hi .i r m- ,-iv would save
I ,i iilel- i g li. lilt- a physician is
.1. We d- nut I'eli.ve in depend-
il l, i o\ anit n -idi'ine for a cure,
,." l.u ,,e.i.:ve tlat if a bottle of
,ril.i:a', Il'iari hot.i Remedy were
1ii ,.1.n ,A inl udmlinit.st'-f at the in-
,i ,.l'.mi t .i-tta,:k n Iu Ii -,iriv'ring might
,,,l'i a.111d i'i ~l er many cases the
i,, .. i pi hv .ii ita would not be re-
S At l.it ,hi h li.i. beeil ottr expe-
1 "|, it- ,, t tw.'tt years. --Syl-

iti iiailV aitei'iooui last Iir. S.
C. l'' utl Watson Bayou came to
St. Ailrew\v and brought the unex-
li,.ict titiings that It. E. Howard,
li.. hinIe is near that of Mir.
'. ihal 'liel at about 1 o'clock of
|at :iLy. Mr. Howard had only
liet.'lit 'iiihlei'il seriously sick for a
v', il, \'vs and was not consider-
-,l p~oi.ly so until Suiday tore-
.it.. n .'en Mr. Prows was ser.t for,

l tIen or more years and was
a., an honest and respected
He- had been secretary oh
. Andrews Horticultural & Ini-
Iient '(.ouipany since its organ-
i a.d had proved himself all in-
.int aiid well-qualified person lor

JIIwai.l wI.as a quiet and unas-
,vesii :L*. was ratli'reserv-
i t1 '.tl''er' i. and out little IN
.'' hi.' fanu ily us lali,,1n.; but it
.11 ii that h. has a Ittnaitied
tirn-M.. Lill Higley, of Albi-
SY., anmi a'n umiiimariied tlaulgliti r
:ih-lirt.'s is not known. l!e
e \'; of ;ge ;itil a native, the
believes of thO state of New
i rruli hileh state lie canie to
a an.1 St. An-l ews Bay.

R Id Hot From the un
'1 baKll that hit G. B. .S-tea.lnia:l
ark. 1ia'h.. in the eivil war. It
l'r-,rible .ilt'c- that no treat-
.,~tiefo.l ,o' r' i ;.irs. Then Buck-
,ui:.-a Sa-lve -ured him. Cures
.br,.ittis-, born,'i, scalds, felons,
skin el-uptions. BP.-t pile cure on
*J.'. .t'. a I-ox. Cure guaranteed.
x all driggiits.

A Tart Retort.
r:aintiff was undergoing a rath-
.p exinmination from the defend-
(i'OLin..-. The ease was one of
cs claimed on necount of severe
y Injuries by the plaintiff on a
.v, 'due, the plaintiff claimed, to
t-zg'li'en.-e ot'f the dtefen.lant rail-
,Ij iany's se,'rvants. Mr. C- the
a" iotWaitny's counsel, was noted
is overbearin- muanner in examin-
-i'tGn ess ant.1 ecLd,:avoring to dis-
t' tuem. This uvit.ness, however,
1j" ined not to bhe confused by his
l t"L couInsel.
Slcoi-i:)!ig" thoroui-hly provoked
fit'lat'Ls of the man of law be re-
ilqt.-,I. "Mr. C----," sai'1 lie. "I
in al.. I c'numt allow yeou to
up- m in this manuier. It is a
Injury toi Iy nervous system,
I I..:-- in ai -I;tt.l:t--.-c iirtLdi-
I ha'.:. to r't''use 't, i vai'. r
S ,_u-. iUla'ss You put tlhem in
Iit muanrr. I am troubled on
1:, the ijun'y m('tci-i e ]d on the
a'1 with si-l"jis of tie spiual
At tbli uj nute I can see you
I. au'l yi.'iL kno.v by experience ft
uij'raliy eioithli to upset a man to
u u- ne."--Pittsl'nurg Dispatch.

I. MUST have pure blood for
,r.,< l health. l I .,odl's a trs.tipa illa
i.a thle blhod. TLike Hood's Sa'-
i[Ia if you wou'd BIE WELL.

Al rla.-1 a IoLm \vu ith the Indians
,a M,,h's cru-'ak.' s:nid the cavalry
.:it, 'a;n 1 hald ,riv.en t'i:'.: out of
,, .,nw,,l~. I : we caught sight
-11' ri,.,r ti i'-' to wirk i4 l 1i our left
breLe ,.' f.:oir ..,f the boys turn-
S.on him na I.1 *.I're him off, but
-- -,.,an ep?.L_..-l bhy two others.
",..r Ij,:t.- ,ii to be replaced by
ix. \1~ ,i-ilin't ali t ilir'..t make
. :xt they wv.','. op to, but by and
,.li'cov'r,,Il that their (olj CT-e ie
as a thi-kicl t nI our front center.
vt I-.i. t;iy .,to _-..nti-liu Ich that some
1r tf pr1',iit(,u1,:: was in that
f'l. \.'v: to ) ni'i'y him t!i'.1.
,:ipLr.iiiH 2a7t# f.r-le;', -s to cease fir-
V: w LaucV.d tlh -' rI'; --li:.- to un-
J-.,,l that Ci..oJL;"i.iy D i:,Il too
S houm r to l irei'" o li liU ;IA \\,niI.h',l foe
._, i ut l_ c;<.y to sh,,t.t lh,\'.'u
v..'i0, w(,'uld tairy aw'ay the ,.I;dm'
Sinal. Wie lay tlhi'e anid let the
ji's .l:. h upi with a yell, and tw'u
--; I:tT'r, as they rode off' with
i- m1l <_c ers' e, w rt''e all .h:".-
ltI laiiu lhter. T'i y' wire not ali'tt-r
i> or >','oi.unl.jd Iqick, but w iut
\ at iinte l i 1i] \\l hat th-l l ',i t w r,'tne
o nTi- T.y whtil atir- been -
i tli.:-r'.
r :.;i.tamin didn't archli on until too
nli, ti,,i he- jurpidl up nad dlo u
A.1 us to b!nze away. We bla:zedl
uut ti,-u-h we tirel uway $1)J
E(.t" Urt"le NS.itm's 'aol .A'rta t il ;'s.
j.ti't -.v\i eiaze i pony."-C'i..ve-

Righlit or nn Editor to lIe-
liiitieii Patent ft! eli lmet I.'.
i'j.i\ lr, 'i i -in- t [ ,, ihel her the etiitl,,
. ;. ,ii ,,'i' hal? tinh ri'i t (1t- publi,.ly
i nit l :ii ,i th,-_ v'a. ilous lrroiiriela-

Look in Your MBirror
Do you see sparkling eyes, a healthy,
t i n t : i n. s ,.et expressionand a grace-
ful i. m ? h attractions are the result
of good health. If they are absent there
is nearly always some disorder of the dis-
ti.:tl., t cminine organs present. Healthy
ment.irual organs mean health and beauty

ine of Cardui

makes women beautiful and healthy.
It strikes at the root of all their
trouble. There is no menstrual dis-
order, ache or pain which it will not
cure. It is for the budding girl, the
busy wif' and the matron approaching
the change of life. At every trying
crisis in a woman's life it brings
health, strength and happiness. It
costs $1oo of medicine dealers.
For advice in cases requiringspecial
directions, address, giving symptoms,
"The Ladies' Advisory Department,"
The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat-
tanooga, Tenn.
XFS. BOZENA IEWIS, o/ Oenaville,
Texai', say, :--"! was troubled at monthly
i..n.t*rv ls with t err,;ih ,1, ll' n.- 3 in ,Wrl.- hoea l ;)tin



" Woman's Work

is Never Done."
The constant care causes sleeplessness,
loss of appetite; extreme nervousness, _and'
that tired feeling. But a 'wonderful
change comes 'when Hood's Sarsaparilla
is taken. It gives pure, rich blood, good
appetite, steady nerves,

AS&;, =_w






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flflFNEW A RE l n r IT ADP7iTA P V

Wonder* of the Steam Engine.
The nice adjustment necessary in the
various parts of the immense engines
now employed for some of the trains
on our great railway lines may be indi-
cated by a few data of the work per-
formed by these parts when the loco-
motive is worked at high speed. Thus,
in the case of a passenger engine nt 60
miles an hour, a driving wheel of 52
fe.-t diameter revolves five times ev-
ery. second, and, this being so, the re-
ci'r,'ncating parts of each cylinder. in-
cluding one piston rod, crosshead and
connecting iod, weighing about 650
pounds, must move back and forth a
distance equal to the stroke, say 2
feet, every time the wheel revolves, or
in tie tifth of a second; this weight
starts from a state of rest at the end
of each stir'.k of the piston and must
ae..qtire a ven.,-ity of 32 feet pet' second
in m:--entieth b of a second, ait mu:r.t
be IiroutgLt to a state of rest in the
same period of time. A piston lI inch-
es in diameter has an area of -54 .2
squire iLuchbez; steam of 15 pounds
pie,-s-ure per square inch would there-
fore exert a force on the pl.ton equal
to 3S,175 pounds. which force is ap-
plied alt-runately on each side of the
pistE)n ten times in a second.-Chicago
Inter Ocean.

Working Night and Day.
c The busiest and mightiest little thing
t .it., ever was made is Dr. King's New
Life Pills. Every pill is a sugar-coated
gitbiule of health, that changes weak-
ness into strength, listlessnes into en-
ergy, brain-fag into mental power.
They're wonderfdl in building up the
health. Only .25 cts per box. Sold by
all druggists.
The Enormity Melted.
There was especial opposition to the
disturbance of the old Granary burial
ground adjoining the Common in Bos-
ton, through a portion of, which the
subway runs. It was necessary to re-
move the remains of 910 persons in-
terred there. One elderly man of
Scotch descent made a great fuss over
what he termed "the enormity of mo-
lesting the bones of his ancestors."
After much argument, delay and per-
suasion the venerable Scot was in-
duced to agree that if the city would
construct a tomb according to his
ideas he would consent to the removal
without causing further trouble. On
the day the vault was completed the
..-.':;:.: of his i,',g' ultrs was taken
over to inspect this new repository.
"Now," said Dr. Green, a former
Uli-. ..., vhlo had .cIa,:;:- of the work of
2. i:' the t ',i.'. "',un can set a
',.. ;.-. ri- ,i can be !,.uu ;

nn.l l "li'-i' that nice D1 ,.'." 1ul lit-
t ;, 'I ,'I .:.u those oltd ,. i-".' .Nt v r!
Close ,. iT. u ld t,., th and let 'e-ri be!"
Thus did he :. c e. without cost, a
new family tomb.-N-',v York TriL.une.

You assume no risk when yvou buy
Chamborlaina's Colic, Cholera and Diar-
rhoea Renmedy. L. M. Ware, St. An-
drews and Bayhead and and all medicine
dealers will refund vour money if you are
not satisfied after using it. It is ev:ry-
where admitted to lie the most suuessful
remedy in use for howel complaints and
the only one that never fails. It is pleas-
ant, safe and reliable. SAld lby L. VI.
Ware, St. Andrews and Bavhead and all
medicine dealers. *
One o' th3e Minister.
A distinguished Massachusetts cler-
gynman teals a story at his own ex-
peuse. He was on a tramp through
the White mountains with another
clergyman for a companion. One day
they mounted the driver's seat of a
stagecoach. As is often the case, the
stage driver was an interesting char-
acter, whose conversation abounded in
good stories. The three speedily be-
came friendly, and it was with reluc-
tance that they parted at the end of
the journey. "I'm glad to hev met
yer fellers," said the driver on leaviu,;
them; "yer see, I haven't seen a man
this summer-only ministers."


PARRY M FG.@ *Indianapois ,"d

Captain, As. E.CLRK.

255 Tons Burden. Fa segecr Capaicity 50


Mo i t.' .. .i mI , anli. 5 til i':,1 r,.t i t i-,, to Apia)acihicolit.. 2 50
.\!ilai li f:iaC.... .. 7 "' . Carrale-lle..... 3 (0
('ar'; !l.ell_ ... ........ .1 00 p a clc icola to Carrabelle....... 7.

.,th, 1.,th and 2.5th at i.m........... obil.. ... ... 2th, 22d and 2d a iin'.
7th. 17th and 27th p.m... -t Croma t n. .. .Ith, 21st and l t A.u.
vth, l.th and 2St,h a.m ...........Apalacbicola....... .]Ith, 21st, and 1st .p. m.
:ith, 19th and 2!'th a.m..... ......Cai ialelle. .. 10th. 20th and 30th. noon

Connects at Apalachicola with bitmner's up Chattahoochee Rivet. .At
C'arriahelle with .". &T.'. G. Railroad for Tallaha.see. ,,
For further information, freight rates and si-ejcial rates for large partie,
Address, CA PT. .j AS. C'IA IK, Miln-bile, Alnbhana.

Umbrella DIplomacy.
A man with an umbrella was walk-
Ing in the rain. An umbrellaless friend
joined him and shared the protection.
The umbrella owner noticed that now
he was getting only half protection, as
the rain and the drippings from the
umbrella as well fell on one shoulder.
Seeing another friend without an um-
t- trelir.- tbetn-ted hin in out of the wet.-
saying, "There is plenty of room for
three." By this new arrangement hbe
now haj "'complete protection, as he
had to'move the umbrella to the posi-
tion he carried it when be was using it
alone, pnd a friend on either side pro-
tected him from the rain while receiv-
Ing the drippings from the umbrella.-
John Gilmer Speed in Woman's iHome
It Would Flntter Man.
Few men have deserved and few
have won higher praise in an epitaph
than the following, which was written
by Lord Byron on the tomb of his dead
"Near this spot are deposited the re-
mains of one who possessed beauty
without vanity, strength without in-
solence, courage without ferocity and
all the vihtues of man without his
vices. This praise, which would be
unmeaning flattery If inscribed over
human ashes. is but a Just tribute to
the memory of Boatswain. a dog, who
was born at Newfoundland May 3,
1803. and died at Newstead Abbey
Nov. 16, ISUS."
A Strnsnge Clock.
A strange clock was made during
the last century for a French noble-
man. The dial was horizontal. and the
figures. being hollow, were filled with
different sweets or spices. Thus, run-
ning his finger along the hand, by

Try Alien's Foot-Ease.
A powder to be shaken into'the
shoes. At. 'his season your feet get
swollen, nervous and hot, and get tjred]
easily. If you have smarting feet or
tight shoes, try Allen's Foot-Ease. It
cools the feet and makes walking easy.
Relieves corns and bnnions of all nain
andil ivesd rest and ori rt. T_' tTO-
DAY. S.ld by all dru_-gists, grocers,
hnoe stores and iene'rala store keepers
everywhere. Price 25cts. Trial pack-
age FREE. Address Allen S. Olm-
stuad, Leroy, N Y.

bwaCl.na eid beaitfiel the .irL,
P Ptom tu a luxuriant g~,h.
Kffi,--eyer .Ti& t to lestuGe Ora7
Hair to Its Youtrl0 Color.
e Cn~, mlp diti t hm air amg.
Wv,a4IIll)0at DruEgisti

For YOUNG LADIES, Roanoke, Va.
Opetiii S-pl. 1I2th. I499. One of the lcr '1-.
img S'hioos lor 'Youiig Ldie in irin:
Son0 i .Mlag itificenti Iuildinge, a 11 in dl-
ern improvenitils. t ',inAmpu tti n ere.
Gr.imid mouUitain se~n-ery ihl r 'ai ev ol'\'ta.
fiina'ed for health. European and Ane i i-
a:n teachieer.I. Full Cuirfe Siuperior al]-
aniitagrs in t Art iand MiiN i'. Stud 1iiifi
from tw nitka- i .. tn stiiltu. Foi catalog
addrilep tihe P'regidi'ii.
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H To PATENT Bood I dm
may be cured by
our aid. Addren,
Baltimore, Md.
Subscriptions to The PFatet Record al.00 or aum-

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V .L.j- L1,- a. al iN a. nI. /iU rv AVWA t1
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Corner of Bayview and Wyomine Avenues on Bay Front.

Glassware. Tinware and Notions!
\ iat you can'l fi, ti at aIny their Store. Pcniie to he R A C K E T
STOR E ard lget.

Bread, Pies and Cakes, Specialties.
I. it[)D.xTD, I'roprie lf.r.


PESACOLA, Fla. 1,1-site \airin ,,,ni ,I Unio in DeI.int,
Isthe Psace for Passengers Coing to and from


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SA Calse of Corifused Telepathy.
A very remarkable occurrence has
been brought to my notice. Early last
week a well known lady. who shall be
called Jones. dreamed a ridiculous
n re dream, as lnconuequential as miost
dreams are.
Mrs. Jones idr- niin-.d that a du-r. nf
hers had died and that alie ;:-ceived an
official communication ordering her
either to cremate the remains or to her
T"illl'sday, Jul lL. self skin the animal and throw the
-- --- ----- ody into the river. Mrs. Jones chose
T A N 1 It E V S the latter alternative, but having half
Skinned the body and becoming tired
RI SCUEIS. I T threw it as it was into the water. The
tI-OCTEll ES. dog disappeared for an instant and
sageir. pl It. T''-:, it' then reappeared on the surface alive.
caula'ted. ..... 1; H, No--....... and swimming across to the opposite

L iruvt ..... 5 I.. r..4 1 bank trotted off, evidently In great suf-
.tP.,1 1nd milk. "1 fering. There ends the dream.
Green...i 1'-:24,i2 l ,ns e.ti,'a.lii 'The next morning the postmrn
Ar-luci..le,l ., 12-1 S.weelcinld .-... 8 brought several letters. The first one
in t ie ,i a 31t, 25 1'l kiniig [,puldi r was allddressed to Lewis Jones. Esil.,
r:u eker.w -oda i1) I RL,,l I.. .... .--- -there bleinmu no stiuh person-and ran
..Icc>, plug ii Cii t'i iintplell ... Ii. as follows: "Sir, your (log crossed the
.itieiSinr 7 C:imneil fruit river last nlght ou to my prope.y, butt
Li.,.ds,.l eris.-l. I'e-,ci esi... l ia begin, very sever-ely injure.tl it was
V le.icii ....... T1 u si. .... li fotu ,i nec ,.nry to kill it. Should you
ti .. ....... 6i A pples ........1 ] I
, p P p,.-ir. I- wl.Nla to have the collar, which bears
E:s'p i :.-ted.. -1 I'lini. ...... I ll your name and address, I shall be hap-
Ilii i:-l I u'a he I!s A apric.,t ... ll--.llI py to send it to 3ou."
0i.1,l Oil prgalI... .15 i reil-,irri-i 20 No dog belonging to Mrs. Jones had
iaslie ... Pineatipple .li-2.i. died nor had she lost one.-London
loriii. s) imup. 40 (' C nia ed M,-.als Truth..
fI)le:- ..... I l ,, t l'ct f. 1. 5I
Sincgnr .. ... : i Corii-ned Ieel'... 1.F Famous Old Gamblers.
;lieee pr lb .... 15 t.'bipled l,.:-l ilc-," In the latest history of gambling In
Butte-r. .. . 2.-30 l. lter....... ". '11 Englaud. juist published, there are
LiIr'i ... .. i. n 'i.ilin ii . 15 some .natonishin-: revelations as to the
.... .. 4 .... aini admountiU money w-.ion and lost by men
.oc>,iicuilt pkg... I T'l .-1'.. -and women whose names are as fa-
Finiit iiltdldin.,- li c'oin ....... 105..)- miliar as household words early In the
ellyi .,, .lss lA Piit ....... 1"I present century. There are records of
En l 1c ,,---- .. 1 i' .i 1- 21A0),000 having been lost at a sitting.
li I"' [tO VI \ I ) N S and the loss of 5.0,c..ki alppea rs to have
-il.)ur l',,r( been a very coniluon occurrence.
.\Ali'n a, !i .2-15 D. r. .... .7 A gambling story is told of Charles
M.tic'ii .... 2 5 I'cin ile ...... James 1Fox that atbhtr rejects on his
; c in Me.tl "I i- 1.i-iI F,:-ohsl ....... -.i 1 hono or. Lie was one of the ardent ad-
,it Meal in e 1- 5 Pickf':-t it:cni- II miners of lMrs. Crcwe, a noted beauty
.. i perli ... "-i l H:im cu.inv-i sel .12 of her day. and it is related that a gen-
?,toier s shi.,ilhtie .... I tieman lost a considerable sumn to this
liil ...... 1 -12 1 -,. Lady at play, and. being obliged to
,c : ..-.. c Fr,-- ....... e.,l leave town suddenly. gave Mr. Fox the
It. t .t 1,,i .... )lriOd........ :, m money to pay her. begging him to
,,ie . Mil l pi qt ... .. Ill apologize to her for his not having
I A Itl 'W1 AlkE. paid the debt or honor in person. Fox
Sil,, retr I,:3i,-4. A;,, ith li.tidle.. 75 lost every shilling of it before morun-
i.. ir,- di ).iitit I',ie-., *-:ch- ....3 i ; i ng. M rs. Cr-ewe often met the sup-
ieali-.ti ripoe. P.cilt'oppear ptiiat. c.i 41 posed debtor afterward, and, surprised
. ,.,-.. ...-k,. .$'-rr,'. Lin'',:d .il, ,rl.'5i.iiill) that he ne%-ver noticed the circumn-
I ii .., p.Crjint i stances, at length delicately hinted the
c),Y liS,' m natter to him.
- liht r v4.. 5.:i Fle cc ce ....... -',e "Bless me!" said be. "I paid the m ,n-
c s ii,- ....... .,ll lr,:.i e .r .i ol. ey to M r. Fox three months ago."
I,.,-' .. 5,-I 45 sluj l111licis. 1'.l,1 7 "Oh. did you. sir?" said Mrs. Crewe
n pi a t. p1 .?t "-I. M1e '..'s 4 t:l(1)f -1 good natur'edly. "Then. probably, he
M Il.'ELAA N Ei.eli paid me, and I forgot it."-Bostoun Her-
Sic. pr c, t .,al ..: '.its pr l.ii...... . aid.
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Two Studenls and a Thief.
Some months ago two hungry uni-
versity students in the south of Russia.
comiwing hLinie to their one bare room
after a hard day's work for their liv-
iung, caught a thief running off with
their books. "Are you e t'fellow that
stoli other books of ours yesterday?"
they a.;ked.
"1 am, little fathers, but hunger and
want drove me to it. f am starving."
"So are we, brother, or next door to
It. nnd you ont; ht not to have bhit upon
us as your vrtii'."
",Vell. your do.1'- i-. more easily opeun-
ed: that's Iow it is."' was the answer.
"\We want thos:-,e bookl; for our exam-
ination brother: so you must get them
ba,.-k for us. But as yuu are cold and
hungry now come in and join us in
our supper. It is not mueb, hut such
as it is you are welcome. Here are 20)
copecks for the beer. Run and fetch
And the three ate annd drank togeth-
er, for hospitality is a religion an,]l
charity its foundation.-Lundon Tele-

An Epuiennic of DIiarrhoea.
Mr. A. S n ,e rid. a\ritic g Ir,- m ni 'ococ oaiut

Grne, Fla., -;yu there i. i been quite an
D-eat'ness CanlUOt be Clirlcd ,:piehum ic ouf Jdiirlroea there. He had a
iyv local appl ications. as they c-iannol i -e'e sttcac c Ia i, c eursd hly ntir doeo s
reach the di.-as: d portions of the ear ri hal.c rli-ui'as- Coli- Clclera and
D ......,-. .... i- .- .. 4 h - .- I .

There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that is b. constitutional remedies.
Dealncts is caused li 'an infinimed condi-
tion oft'he nitui ouls lining of the Eustaeh-
ecan tlube. When thistu'.e gi-ts Inflamed
you have a rumniling sound or imperfect
hearing, and when it is entirely closed
deafarnes i the result, and unless the in-
flamc nintion can lie taken out and tt is tube
retored to its normal condition, hearing
will be destroyed forever; iine cases out
of ten are enatied by catarrh, which is
nothing but an inflamed condition of the
mLcouS surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars For
iny case of deafness (caused liy catarrh)
;.hat cannot be cur-d by Hall's Catarrhi
Ca'e. Send kfor circulars free
F. .1. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0
fold by Druggists, 7.7)c.
Hall's Fainilv Pills are the best.
S. One Sat Still. -
When Captain Cook's ship. the En-
deavour, lay In Mercury bay, New
Zealand, in 1709. a brown boy of 8. who
-..---.fwiB'd-beeamne a chief and lived
to a great age, went aboard of her.
His name was Tanuiwha.
It was easy enoiugih for the brown
boys to pick out Kapene Kuku (Cap-
lain Cook) among the ien on board,'
Tanlwha said; he was the leader of
the "Goblins," a very great man. He
walked the ship grave and digni6ed.
He held up a nail, a priceless treasure,
and, when Taulwha laughed, gave it
to him. Thea the boys knew that he
was good as well as great. They were
shocked that a grown up Maori stole
a piece of calico.
"They paddled away," Taniwha con-
tlnued. "The Goblin went down Into
the hold of the ship. but soon came up
with a walking stick lu his hand and
pointed It at the canoe. Thunder
pealed and lightning flashed, but those
in the canoe paddled on.
"Theu tl .y landed. Eight rose to
leave the canoe, but the thief sat still
with his drigskin mat and the Goblin's
garment under his feet. His comnpaan-
ions called him. but he did nor answer.
One of them shook him. anI the thief
fell back Into the hold of the cano,'
and blood was seen on his clothing and
a hole In his back."-Sau Francisco
. xa.minIer.
Builtl That Way.
"The worm will turn." she said.
"Of course." he replied. "The worm

L) iIi 11i0eu a I n .; iH. -; ais l I also ri. -
cornimendF it to tli(her., lanld they :t' it is
tli- I.est ienri,'dv they ever u-ed. For sale
IY L. M. \ are. St. Aindres and Ba'ihead
ani all medicine deal e .

Attorneys at Law,

[ in;>ke a Specialty.


Gilt Efte Bargain for Somon&!
(i liiinhuidred and sixty acres of choice
F irnming L'ind in tihe south half of section
7, township 4s. of range 13w. Good
Dwelling House, I'rive Well, convenient
outhouses,. Fine Fruit -Orchard ol Pears.
Peache-;. Plumi, etc., and nearly 1,0(10
Grape Vines, all iii bearing. If taken
soon will be sold ior I
And the iinprocLineuls alone co.-t a goo,4
deal more mulcy.. Wunild prefer caish
down. hut might give time on one-hallf the
purchnse nmoney. For full particularsad-
dress the Brov, St. Andrews Hay, Fla.

Geo. S. Hacker & Son,



Sash, Boors, Blinls,

Building Material.
Window and Fancy Glass a

Millions Given Away.
It is certainly gratifying to the pub-
lie to know of one concern in the land
who are dot afraid to be generous to
the need and buflering. The pr-oplie-
tors of Dr. Kin.'s New Discovery for
cuiu.-tnptiln, cougIhs and cfldl .. [lnt
ti~,,nu awa\ iel l,- Inmillijn trial bot-
ir of torhia great uLicuiciuc, antd h.j',y
the satisfaction of knowing it has abho-
lutely cured thousands of helple-s
cases. Atlhtma, bronchitis. hoarsenes,
and all diseases of the threat, che tI
ond lungs are surely cured b) it. (.'.ill
an any druggkt and get a tri.il b ittle
free, reziular size ,5i.Iits and fl. Every
bottle uaraiiteed. oi- price refutind,..

Person tat.
Jii'Jte Powell ol Blukelv, Ja.. ae.
-ompanied6 by his wile, notherl anli
LiWV chiildreli aiiiv-ld laWt 'l'tlenriia%
0i tlie Iluckeye'flor a few wieek- .1t1~
on tlie Imay. The lalies are (cci,)y-
in.g the Duty cottage, while e th,-
.Judlge ritirnied Sainmday, via \Ve-
tallp) mi dnl \Vewahitcihika, tIi ii, uhoit.
ini Blakely.
R. D. Huolliday, ot Cutte.indale, Fli..
accu ilipaaied by lii* I'aniily is within uI
again for the ~haIniner, anid ha. takei
irli lii, resilIence in U ,lI TiVwii.
Geu. \'alkley ol Knoxv ille, r'elil.,
-on itf Col. S. T. WalkleV of Cro-
illili.iM wiho Ilasi been Wi.-iltig wit l
hii p.aieniit., diuriiig tile past week
Ias:.ed thrliugiih St. Anilres, li.
13a%, en riutile li. iue.
liun. J. ell..ell a3t, l A. D. ('ar). n -
bell li Cliijiley, Fla., were glne ets al
lihe St Ie Hoise 1liiiday niliht, alitl
vill taniy at W e.-t Fiorliin', glvadle.i
tlUiniller I'e-'orlt fur ten dayp or mII r'e.
'l'lio tar'lali lis iiig paity was rein
forced I.t.,L week by tl.e pie.ence h.,i
twu da3p ',t Di. L. P. U(aJlily uk.
Nasailile. Tuui. u 1lie Dr., owinvg t,
the dielaI iu the Illival l tile bl-leall-
,rr. Lad toi leave aouncr tlian lie
wi.lnhid It, but lie departed within a
plriaii e to return next year. He wa,
ilh.rmiiughl)y eia.uded that S. Ain-
,liei s Bdy as a tailo in lihinig ileauii
is ailiad ol all utheiiS.
Dr. L. I'. Giadlily and BUale Gieeii
mad mil leit un Friday iiri'iiiihg b%
\\ai of Ba] bead fur their hluule iii
Na-_Ivi lle, Tenn.
M .r. Aeidei anif \Ve\\ :lWe latclka,
v o' I las bia een c-ii-Ii ling ioliuie \\ev k-
onii thlie b,\ lelt MMu.day lur ti-, louiic
\V. (-. D.iin fia-I lai iaiiiia li't u10n-
day alteriiiuian for Mali:tiinai after ai
sjji.riiu i.l h.-ume tefks on lthe bay.
A. F. Peacuck .l Beililbuckle, Teni...
aiiivedoil the i N11 thl Bay rnail lauiicth
laot Thur.,sday eveiiing aciin will le-
jaiiu lur a nim iith. Hli i., bairdiiag at
A. A. C(iAilouiin' oln iuItna Viata ave.
lie Mli .U b Lilly andl Louise Lutz
ald lMa.ter Heruelt Gratder Ltkurk
a ge.a oil the C L'l-,spatia, Ibatmidlav
atteliiouni lu heir uCw ltoUnl at aii-
ciltn \\ i..
M r.'-. L. Piatt of Crj i it,,an, a!.no
Mli. John i iie-:inv 1 it, Satiu. ay, oll
alio hchout er Cle( Ip.i tin; theil dl.itiia-
tion unk niu\Vn.
AlNi.N G. Ivcy anuI II. lvev left
Mounday lUr tig :ir Blakely, (Ga.
\'. C. Pilchei anl tainaily left,
Muaday l'or their Liaoe at D,.thaan,

\V. \V. Vilhcox, a fouueLr well.
known citizen of bt. Anidrewsi, and
later of1 R. \V. and T. J. Willc.,x ol
tllisi place arrived "'nesday night and
will I iUn lur a naonth or milue,
lujinig thliereby that, his heahlh,
whiicli is poor, imay be imp!ioved.
R. C. Hurno ol Citipley, ex-couuity
Ireasuirer is with uls loi a week oi
more 11f recreatiuii. Mr. HI-rine ij an
expert fishlermani and will douibtlesa
make a record to lie envied by those
less skilled than lie. No man has

inmoe friends in St. Andrews titan
Carey Hoinie. and. no man is a isioie
welcome visitor.

KIDNEY Is a deceptive disease--
tbousands havo it and
TROUBLEd In't know it. If you want
quick results you can make no mistake
by using Dr. Killer's Swamp-Root. the
great kidney remedy. At druggist's in
flifty cent and dollar e'izes. S:uple bit-
tie by mail Ti-ee, also paiphlet telling
you how to find out if you have kidney
Address Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing-n
hampthn, N. Y.
Hotel Keys His Fad.
"I know a drummer," said a local
traveling man, chatting with a party
of friends, "who has decorated one of
the walls of his bachelor apartments
with a trophy composed entirely of
hotel keys. It,is the queerest thing I
ever saw in my life. The keys are
arranged In a huge circle, and each of
theta is attached to a metal tag, some
round, some square, some triangular-
in fact, -they ard of every imaginable
size an4d shape, and of all kinds of
material, fi'om' cast iron to aluminium.
"In the middle of the decoration is a
cluster of enormous specimens, most
of them battered and rusty, and look-
ing as if they might have locked the
gates of ancient fortresses. They
came from village tavern$ where mod-
ern improvements are unknown. All
the keys in the collection-and I am
sure there are at least 300-have been
stolen from' different hotels through-
out the country..
"Their present owner, or rather their
present possessor, told me that he be-
gan getting them together several
years ago, and wherever he chanced
to stop he always made a point of car-


got"--Springfield Homestead.j
Every One's Pay Day In China.
The Chinese have only one h )lidlay In
the year, and that lI at the n.-w year,
which date Is movable, but generally
falls, some time in February., This is
the time they square up everything
and pay off all their debts. ,ny one
not bIing able to pay nall his tu-counts
and to start the new year with a clean
sheet is posted as a defaulted and lIs
looked upon with suspicion 'by every
one. It is considered a family, dis-'race
hot to-pay one up at l.ffl'-

HI- l.inek of TaC't.
"It's no u-e!" -xlcailium.d Vi'lllF i Wish-

ington. "I1 c.in never learn to
right ithii"g at thl' right time.
Miss Slilnumins tlai hlir eyes s,
me like tije stars above."
"That's old. but pretty." at
Miss Cayelnne.
"Yes. [itt she Is one of ibose I
ably tall girl. who resent amij
ence to their beight."-W\Va.s
nWhy Women Don'a StnmMc
"Persons who staltuiler." a
pseudo scientific boarder. "doi
cause they think faster than tll
"Is that the reason." asked t
age bachelor. "that we so seldeo
a woman who stammers?"--lnd
lis Journal.
Nanranlly So.
The Albino-The ossitied girl
gether tuoo proud.
The India Rubber Man-Yes.
saw anyblily as stiff with her
as she is.-Kansas City Indepem.

A diseased stomach urely ai ril
health. It dull tii lribr ,in, hkillk '
destroys the nervouis sv.teni ;i n
poses to iinsnritv and fatal dtis.i,-
dyspeptic I troubles nare ui-kli,
Z,>.A.i1 Ti, i..u ., ...... T 1 .

ay the
I told
one on


e-ima rk-
re fIer-

I] the
So loe-
-y can

e Fay-
a meet

Is alto-

let t.

a. All

gLord Kelvilin at tihe Lec t:; I Ie.
It Is, perhaps, at the le.:t ire table
that Lord Kelvin displays u[ LIt (of' his
characteristics. lu the two Ih .tu.ire.s per
week wLiilch he J lives fti tte jumnul
class ai la..g i\\ ia _'-r.,iry) he (cuu-
trivi A to roi'c-h on most .: i" njipor-
lr.u i n rt- ;' i- s .-l.;-' T. 1, 1:- it.z from
one Ito tLi-h utther with a rapI-.lty bewil-
dering to lazy or ill traiued!students
v 'to prefer the beaten track.
EgeS jellies. shiuoiLIuakers wax,
trena le., all opts of r tufl'. .a1t t'-id to,
illustrate the lectiiure. and hbmely ex-
perimn,,ts are reeoLilmenindit to the
student. e i'vin the tiu ,i e tia.,.11..,. -"so
Ill adapted t to tle puip1,t foj which it
is intended." be-ini pre. ,-:.1 i .i ihb.-
service. In the fanr.ous eg*_-.'.-rieoint
Le shows how C u,,lllmiiLii liii nht hl:ie
galnted hisb olbjef.e wi(. hlout I.i'ret i ;-iig tl.i-he
egg, W hen boi-pl andl t ic9111tl1.1_g ,-,i-
a t.lle,. the egg rises and i rs onu its
[.'nboi!ed ocg*~<. owing t tt' fluihlity
of thile ilnternr. do Ln:,t ris. l1'ut if set
sPiuniIng and then saudidenu.li stiicl:i]
and iLcu Itiately relh-.as -,e. Bd, y c',in -
tintae their motion foir ai li tle tiiie.
On-e. the r.~ult of a stlcli-its' plot.
raw eggs we-ere ssittitlt,-.,i for the
boiled ones, but s U'-i.--uce. Iul is- l
crihninate and the verdict wa1 iinlh_.Ii-
tatingly given, "Nonue of theu boiled."
A PFrnpletei Dreaim.
The following p-o'phetic (rcnm Is
related by the president of a tleolog-
Ical s-minary: It had i ben I ,c- eis-
torn of one of the profes-so nvite
all the students, -
faculty, to dinner at a hotel 'in the
annual Th:tnk-glving day. (On the
morning of that day the wit'f o this
professor suddenly. fell deaat in4 her
dressing room at S o'cloclk. ,
That moruiung at 7 o'cloB one of
the studeturs woke up froo a bad
dream. He had dreamed thdt he sat.
down with the usual company at the
Thanksgiving dinner and hat im-
mediately one of his fellow students
rose in his place, saying that it was
his painful duty to announ,.e to the
company that the wife of t-ieir host
had suddenly died at 8 o'cock that
morning g.
This dream, however, he had in-
Instantly banished from his mind as
an uncanny probability, alnd had
thought no more about It. But on
going to the dinner and taking his seat
with the company he was unspenkably
amazed to see the student seen in the
dream rise and to hear him make the
announcement made In the dream.-
Kansas City Times.
King of Ethiopia and the Toys.
Formerly very little suriced to enter-
tain Menelek. and it is evan related
that the first sugar loaf which was
presented to him caused him ecstasies
of pleasure and that he and his con-
sort were discovered with tlat blessed
product of civilization between them.
licking It vigorously. But hose good
timesare past. Europeans ha ('e brought
him so many toys that he has b-comc
critical. When a new tra-v -l-r is au-
nounced, he awaits with mpatience
the customniry present, trying t)o liud
O(Ut b-t'oreltand wl th iber it. is .stui:-
thliing new, in which iC .-:.e LbL ailil,.uce
is .speedily grant.:-l. He 1.- i.ic h iut ni'-
.stel] in all tlc:Lchinr; v. C hi~ilt. Inc:l.ud
ing V altc -.-. i.e i i'n l,. trli; to'
teiit- Sonetimes 'ic i' [.,r.-i
ent a: thy ti ,,.':I :,r11 ,,it 1-fiake'->l.?r's
I.n.,i a ; l ne,- i .i.Ltr.- a. Ib t l.h- ob-
ji.->.t th t .. i' L.[.1. S .i intl rI, i:tl
' :I I I :'- .<1 I n 11 -tly. "If
I had not bhe.- i n l:c:." I'e e-iimark at
tilltm es, 1 ,lii iUa l. t. i h:i't' l.i--.Ln a
.ustom 1...'--- >,'.-.-r "-'-Vi-OLui.e de
Poncins in N .u'r. clbi C'i" t u".
Just Whili Wis ;'urnted.
It is related of a Hili-ruian parade
in Chicopee that one of the unieers
of the day telephoned an ci'd.r to a
Holyoke stablle tor 15 white horses for
the use of marshals, aids, ete. The
liverymen tilled the order, but it some-
what taxed theia resources to tind so
many white horses. Judges of their
surprise a day before the parade to re-
ceive an order for five mrnue white
The liverymen deal quite e-tensively
in horses and had but that eiy receiv-
ed a consignment of young and un-
tried animals. Conseouenutly ah,'y were
doubtful about sending any of then
to take part in the parade. They sent
word to Chicopee that it wound ba im-
possible to fill ihe second etrd-er. as
they had "nothing but green horses on
Instantly back came wort. "VWe'll
take the green horses--al you've

S me!t theIe flakes of dandruff in
Til7 y sclp. It goes further than
ithis,: itprevvris their formation.
It I-.. :.,i!l ether prorerri.s:
wit l restore color to g-y hair
ill just ten tines out of every I
ten cases.
And it does even more: it
feedis jnJ notirishcs the roo-
of the hair. Thin h ir becomes
thick hair; and short hair be-
comes long hair.
We have a book on the Hair
and Scaip. It is yours, for the
a inotin. horw t r s e
tai ed .an. ep-ernt ae of s gliar
,ra e it uIt b. i .,t Bu a.
er l yb-t.r lr.' mhay Ure .,,ly ru-
I DR J. C. AYER. Lowell. ,lass.

H ow They Make Lemons Sour.
untill recently the California people
did not know how to cure lemons. The
fruit was .never tart enough. There
would be plenty of juice, but it con-
tained a ;ho.' percentage of sugar and
a small percentage of acid, which
made it unmarketable. But a few'
years ago the lemon growers clubbed
together an,. sent experts over to Italy
and SpLa;n to learn the business, and
L.'\v hey are prodluing much better
results. ".:.-:, plck the fruit before it
begins to turn yellow and put it in a
elmiiin.- house,where it is kept at an
even temperature of ;lit '.i ldegr'vos
fr,!.r blouit 20 days, which "-.ea.ent"l out"
all the sugar. It is then rIul....'] to
another talis, riature for '0O days i.ore
bei'..i,.- it i, r. r., y for t'e marl.t.
Thus tie ii:-.t ddgi'nisf.e acf -i' and
Te la. -.1th, vi scou uf irs i. cfr l Ctb-
taine,.. A. ,.l' i.i : C iL't': is ett.,t :t of
this "sI'.v>itiea ap. : "s is to fredl.ce
the Lhiil; e..s .-f tb ae -.Li. It :,ri inally.
growVs Llil.tL awi touglei, but the acid
seems to eat it up.-'Chicago Record.

Famous Floggers. I
Among s:-hool-a, a-.ters whose names
have come down to posterity with the
dubious reputation of great floggers
Dr. Busby of Westminster school is
the generally ackinowledge.]1 chief.
Of him it is recorded that one of his
head boys having insulted a young
Prench viSc-1-unt, who came to the
school to demand satisfaction, he flog-
ged the viscount first for the blood-
thirsty inteutiuons and next his friend
who was the bearer of his challenge.
Dr. Valpy, too, who edited an edition
of the classics, was a potent wielder of
the rod. Archdeacon Groom, who was
a pupil of his, tells a story In illustra-
tion of his prowess. One of the boys
had been flogged by the redoubtable
dominie, and the lad's father came to
"Sir," said Valpy to him, "I flogged
your son because he richly deserved it.
If he again deserves it, I shall flog him
again. And," rising, "if you come here,
sir. interfering with my duty, I shawiddle
flog you."
The parent fled.-London Mall.

An Amendment.
"Fools rush In where"- begun Mr.
Van Braam. who was fond of quoting
He was interrupted by Dinwiddle,
who offered this amendment:
"Where policemen fear to tread."-
Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph.

Dyspepsia Cure.

Digests what you eat.
Itartiflciallydigests the food and aids
Nature in strengthening and recon-
structing the exhausted digestive or-
gans. It is the latest discovered digest-
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in-
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Fiatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
SickHeadache, Gastralgia,Cramps, and
all other results of imperfect digestion
Prepared by E. C. DeWitt & Co., Cbicaoo.
ad -oidl I. KR. F. Brackin & Son, St. An-
,l r.w. Fla."

werefamouayearsatco-Their fame
L trov eo every yzar--as ie L ei d-
rj LjA to Ibe re ile-i oln-as ,inuvaIs
tl e he, r. i-or saln e t. r i, Jin,
pi per und i l isas iona ni 1i
lsW^l' 1J1,11. 0t Oil hiLVn g5 [cthem. }tun /fli
i. d Annual is mit. In
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i, accomplish this the Company proposes to Sell Lands in tractsof Two-
and-a-half and FiveAcre.s to such parties only as will improve them by the
Erection of Houses. Fences and such Permanent Improvements as will enhance the
value ofteach tract so disposed of, and particularly to
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Source of Revenue to its Owner.

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to make i provem.ents may deposit an approximate payment of the estimated cost of
the same with any res pooosililehusiness man or firm doing business on. the Bav or in
B.Lnk at their own honm to ,c paid over only wlhen the Company shall satisfacto-
*;ly Thow that the improvements have been made according to agreement.
nih, Company will not only improve and plant, but watch and care for
all pr.up'*v 'iutriutte.d to its keeping,guarding against forest fires, dishonest pilferers
fur J un, yes fromni any cause possible to be prevented.
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pl untation in thib St. Andrews Baycountry a few figures are given
Price of land peracre, say $-25 to $50;,cost of clearing, say $20; 'ostofplanting lst
year, as 430; cost cultivationion each year thereafter,$20,
It i. nout extra\vagan: to estimate that a 1-acre vineyard will on the third
year, ir properly cultivated, yield $-J20i worth of fruit and of peches nearly or quite
tlie same, whilt figs should do even better than that. Then, thgn perhaps a little
I't m them. i ng iuto profitable ieearing may be named pears, apricots,
nectarines, klums,prunes, mulb.:rries. olive, Japan persimmons almonds English'
walnuts. Japai. chestnuts, p'can,. and ,.any other varieties of fruits and nuts. which
are almost certain to flourish here; while oranges and citrus fruits, though not con-
4idreld certain vield large returns oftener than they miss
The Secretary of the Company will give particular attention to an-
awering letters of inquiry, and the Buor will in its answers to correspondents an-
w,.,' ill a Ia''e t ions asked it.
REM EM BER Ithe Company Lands will be sold on Easy
Terms ot' Parment: taut improveaienti mu-t te paid for am sati'inarnrv proof is giver
thatthe work h l...n nrrt'.,rined. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.
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IHe smiled as he said this, and his
smile was so infectious that he fancied
the young woman fairly echoed it.
"I have it!" he cried. "You must go
to Mrs. Torrens. She'll take care of
you tonight anyway. Tell her what
you told me and say that I sent you."
Here he blushed slightly. He was
playing quite a new role.
"And your name?" the young woman

"George," replied carrier 400
"George Tolliver. Here's my card. Mrs
Torreus knows me. Go back to the
first street, turn the corner; It's
white cottage with blue chairs on the
She thanl;pd him gratefully and the:
went their several ways.
As he strode down the street car
-ler 40o stud,!enly noticed thnt he was
whistling as he hadn't whistled since
he was a boy.
The next morning when he stepped
on the Torrreni porch the door sudden
ly opened and the young woman stood
on the rireshliold. She looked amazing
ly well without her hat and wonderful
ly neat with her white collar and cuffs
"Mrs. Torrens said you were comlng
up the street." she murmured, "andl
wantoil to thnuk you for your kindness
Sli is a lovely lady. and I am to stan
and lit-lp iher with lier sewing for
wei.-k. at least. Tthank you so much.
Carrier 400 walked up the street
firmly convinced that that was as pret
ty a dimple as the law allowed.
lie saw the young woman almost ev
ery day, and the days he didn't see he
seemed quite empty and wasted, fo
good Mrs. Torreus seemed quite hlat
to let her go. Andi one niorning catr
rie-r 400 said to h'r- as he shuiflte ov

From the city in a plain
Where I linger, sore or fain,
lJ.et thi t'-,ken Join us tvain-
"Gedenke Mein."
By the blue fcrgettmenrnt,
And ilie parnsy, c-.r 5,hot,
And the laitiul iio'ers' knot-
"Gedunke Mein."
By the nursery where epay'd,
You a rerryr). romniping maid,
I an urilin lahir SliadJ-
"Gedenke MAlco."
Children of ,our own today
In an.L-iher riurs.ry play.
Let our j aaiist.'d cihildhoud aL,--
"-Gedenke MeinL."
By the garden near the seaa,
With tLe tri..:kn mulberry tree,
Where your Iti,g lc-i. nfla.~'d a; me-
"Uedenl.e MWin."
The' the sirick. n giant died,
Al. d lc s t a \,e pIuy'd beside
Is the eba ialh h doth divide-
"Gedenke MAin."
Tho' I fall a little lower
Tlan the ,,rt'aeic of ry dower,
And the h.-rvest imock the sower-
"Gedauke Main."
By the peace I must fekrwr-ar,
And the hopes whose iruirs you bear,
And the miaioies we share--
"Gedenke Mean."
-BiaLkwo-)d's Magazine.

By W, R. ROSE.

Letter carrier No. 400 was swinging
back to the posctrice at a fine clip. It
was late in the afternoon, and he had
finished his last delivery.
Letter Carrier X liad an east end
route. It wnafi't an aristocratic route,
but they were nice people., and they ap-
preciated their obliging and good look-
Ing carrier, for carrier No. 400 was
really one of the most presentable men
on the force. He wasn't exactly a
young man, he had stepped over the
30 line, but there wasn't a younger
man on the force who could outclass
him in any way.
In fact, he was what the feminine
lexicon would define as an eligible par-
ty. He was quite alone in the world;
he had a tidy amount in the bank; he
carried a goodly sum of life insurance;
he had no cause to fear for the future.
Added to this he was sober, faithful,
intelligent and hadn't a vice worthy of
the name.
Possibly his only defect was an en-
tire indifference to the Improving sex,
which certainly was not their fault,
for he was, as has been emphasized, a
decidedly goodly man to gaze upon.
As he turned the corner on to the ave-
nue a young woman carrying a small
handbag suddenly confronted him.
"If you please," said the young wo-
Letter carrier No. 400 stopped. She
was a comely young woman with dark
eyes and a clear complexion, and when
he had further noticed that she had a
dimple in her left cheek, It suddenly
occurred to him-he was a quick
thinker-thar when you own as pretty
a dimple as that, one of them is quite
enough. Besides this, her voice was
low and quite musical, and the carrier
-who knew really nothing about su'cl"
things, felt sure that her clothes, al-
thuugh quite plan, gave her a strik-
Ingly neat appearan-e.
He stopped short and lifted his hat.
"If you please," the young woman
timidly repeated, "I want to ask a fa-
'Certainly," said the carrier.
And his smile seemed -to reassure
"I came to the city," she rapidly ex-
plained. "to find an aunt whom I had
not seen for years. I had written to
her I was coming and knew her ad-
dress. But when I went to the house
1 found she had suddenly moved away
-out of the city, the neighbors said.
And now I am quite at a loss what to
do. I have never been in a city before,
and I do not know where to go." The
young woman's voice trembled a little.
"They told me at home," she added,
"that if 1 got lost or wanted to know
where to find' places I must speak to a
"I am not," said the carrier, "a po-
liceman, but that," he hastily added,
"makes no difference." He added it
just in time, for the young woman
seemed quite start-ed.
"I am only one of Uncle Sam's post-
men," said the carrier, "but I fancy I
can meet this emergency quite as well
as if I walked a beat instead of a

A certain board school teacher is re,
epo siblo for the following little story,
v.'hi hl is not without its pathetic side.
Ho i'was endeavoring to explain the
ten "booking" as eprlied to our rail-
wa system.
ow, he was saying. "can any of
you tell me the name of the office at
wh h railway tickets are sold?"
he booking office," replied one of
the ads.
Right," responded the teacher.
t this moment his eye fell on a
sm 1 boy at the end of the class, who
waj violentlyy paying very little atten-
0 wbt was said.
Shear that, -, o-' ,-
. de auded.
Wot, sir? .-_ .oath inno
a ce' ly.
e As I thought, you were not listed
in We will suppose that your father
y de ded to have a day's holiday an
vi t the seaside. What would he hav
r. to Jo before he could take his seat I
s th train?"
e WVithout a moment's thought tb
youngster electrified his teacher by ri
d plying, "Pawn his tools. "-Londo
. Standard.




De Witt'4t Little Early Rise.rs expel
from the sevem all poisonous accumnilaJ-
tonts, regulate the stiomacvh, Io, ela nd
liver, andI purify th,' hlolo 'Thlc r rivi

his l "rs, "You don't seem to bother
the p, tnien to any fatiguing extent."
"Noo' she answered a little sadly,
"theri r,! nouldy to write. 1 am quite
alone h the worli."
And t' it needed any bKind of sympa-
thiy t draw carrier 400 to this village
maiden here It was.
One ay be boldly said to her. "Have
you slii nuuch of thle city?"
No, 'be hadn't. She guessed she was
a litt t timid.
May I call for you Sunday morn-
ing?" 'he asked with a nerve that he
felt \ s really paralyzing. "and take
you r a little trip on the suburban
cars '
"1 ill ask Mrs. Torreus," she said
with happyV smile. "I would like to
go ev so much."
So ey went, as the weather was de-
light o.". andI carrier 400 knew where
to oi0 Ir such a n-Ie lunicheon, and,
rcalll when they came back late In
the a ernoona the man of the party felt
that h liad never speut quite such a
delli i; ful day.
But alas, there was a dark cloud in
tihe o u.
As ae carrier looked over his letters
the. xt morning there was one for
"Mi-s T.l'U, Tri-mble." It was in the
care- f Mris. Torrens, nud the address
was itten Iu a stiff., vertical hand.
Iie read this address to the nuat
young woman at the door, and when
she ard it she hesitated a moment,
and ien with a merry laugh and a
quuN -'ush said. "Yes, that's for mJ."
-n -.,ie.r -George walked away
w a heavy heart, and the sky lost
Its'co or, and the grass seemed dull and
blow i. -
i.She had told him her name was Anna
have s. And she looked so honest and
so in ?(cent.
He came and went as usual, buthe
no klnger had a smile and friendly
word -for the false girl at the Torrens
door. He was all business now. Nev-
erthe less his heart was bruised and
He couldn't help but notice that she
looked at him curiously, and almost
appeal lingly, and he even fancied she
was d'etting paler.
"W 1mrrying about that brute of a
husband. I suppose." thought Carrier
Georgfe, and he felt that the neglectful
Trim lle would do well to keep off that
partildular carrier's route.
One4 morning she mustered up cour-
age atnd said to him: "I fear I may
have 1: unintentionally offended you.
You-vyou"-she couldn't stop her voice
from .jrimbling a little-"have been so
kind dand so helpful to me that I would
not fr the world have you think that
I am iot truly grateful."
"Do not distress yourself, Mrs. Trim-
ble." iald Carrier George coldly. "It
isu't 4orth while."
"Mir7. Trimble!" echoed the girl.
"Mrs.'Trimble! Why do you call me
that? Oh. oh, did you think I was raal-
ly ma rried?"
"I hIId an idea," said Carrier George
a ]lttl shakily, "that when people are
married at all they are really married."
"'Bit I'm not married at all!" cried
the gi rl with a merry laugh. "Tommy
Triml e Is only a 9-yenr-old hoy! It's
all a o'ke. He belongs to a neighbor
family at home, at d almost since he
coul 1f'alk he has clailie'l me as hIls
swee t'lrt. It was just his boyish fun
]-* H t address on the envelope.
V ".it Show you his letter."
"NoS11 Carrier George huskily.
"I'll-I'll see you again."
lie walked :iway feeling he had had
a sMi(k..- At the same time he noticed
the shy was quite blue again, and the
air fairly seethIed with sunshine.
He kucew just what he wanted to
say s be came up the street next
noru- ng. What he did say was this,
anld i' snid it very quickly:
-M?.s Havens, Anna, would you be
willing to change that address to Mrs.
George Tolliver? Will you jilt Tommie
Trimlie for me?"
"pbor Tommie!" said Anna very soft-
ly a' she put her little hand In the
carrier's strong grasp.
Ana sO it presently happened that a
subs.ute was put on in the place of
carrier 400 and two happy Tolllvers
wenu away for a brief wedding jour-
ney..-Cleveland Plain Dealer.
,a lhat might have been'"-ifthat li'tl -
coui.^ hain't Iheetn neglected-is the sat
retl,ion o 01 thousands of c'msumptive<
Oine Mlinute Conligh Cure cures coughs
anmi Oldss. H. F. Brackin & Son.
Raislng HIs Panr.

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S An Odd Colleetion.
ne of the most remarkable colleo-
a of souvenirs ever made is a colleo-
of -male opera hats by one of the
dresses of a London company. She
us no fewer than 216 of these arti-
a, for it was her whim to make every
ng man who was introduced to her
Q her his opera hat as a souvenir.
p not only keeps them in their pris-
m condition, but converts them into
sorts of other things, such as photo-
ph frames, workbaskets, and some
even used for the purpose of holding

Vhile Frederic Remington was in the
st he observed a well executed por-
it in a dark room on the wall of a
in and asked whose picture it was.
'That's nmy husband," said the woe
m of the house carelessly.
'B3uti it is hung with fatal effect,"

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quickly ascertain our opinion free wnetk. an
Invention is probably patentable. Commi. "a-
tions strictly confidential. Handbook on P.ai 'a
sent free. Oldest agency for securing patent.
Patents taken through Munn & Co. ece -*I
Ape ea notnse, without charge, In the
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ma was Very Punetllitcsas to Ty"
graphleat Details.
In all matters of detail, in literary
manner, in the use of words, in gram.
mar, punctuation and typographical
method be was the most careful and ex-
acting of editors. One time an editorial
contained two line of poetry in type of
the same size as that of the text, and,
as I was the author of it, Mr. Dana
sent me an edifying note under the fa.
miliar signature, "Reason, Revelation.
Science, Philosophy and Esthetics all
require that these lines should have
been put in small type." Vpon another
occasion, when he thought a verb had
been improperly used in a manuscript,
be wrote an admonitory sentence, "To
say 'there are' in this passage would be
unpoetic and consequently disgusting."
He took the blame whenever an error
escaped his eye. "1 take shame to my-
self," he wrote one time when the au-
thor of an editorial had confounded
Boston brown bread with Graham bread.
"for having printed this thing without
scrutinizing it. The Sun is ignorant
and wrong."
One day a man in California had sent
an inquiry to the editor of The Sun,
" Will you please tell me how to be-
come a Christian?" and as I often dealt
with religious questions at the time
this appeal was received Mr. Dana blue
penciled the back of the man's note
with these words: "Why not give him
a ripping answer? Give him the social-
ist side of Christianity."
When the writer of a book review
had italicized eight or ten of his words,
Mr. Dana commented thus: "This re-
view is the best in the whole lot and is
very good, but why in the world an ex-
perienced writer like -- wants to
pepper his manuscript with nasty little
italics I can't imagine."
When the writer of an editorial para-
graph in The Sun wrote of "Govs.
Cameron and Crittenden," the ever
watchful critic in the sanctum got after
him in a note left for me: "The term
'govs.,' 'gens.,' 'capts.,' etc., is dis-
gusting. The titles have no plural as
attached to any individual name. They
should be repeated, or a circumlocution
should be used. "
In an editorial article printed in bre-
vier type there had appeared an extract
in agate type. The grammatical subject
of a sentence was in brevier, while the
verb for it was in the subsequent agate
line. Mr. Dana wrote for my benefit:
"This passage from big type to little is
contrary to all sound principles of typo-
graphical elegance. Greeley used to
make the passage and country newspa.
pers still make it, but it is wicked."
When a writer for The Sun once de-
scribed a man as "too condemn smart,"
the phrase was highly offensive to Mr.
Dana, who wrote a caustic comment
upon it in three words, which need not
be here printed.-John Swinton in
ne ooeyea instructions.
The Club Woman tells an amusing
story of a party of women who recently
visited Pike's peak. A youth, still in
knee breeches, although he wore a col-
lar of extraordinary height and stiff-
ness, was their guide, but his knowl-
edge of the points of interest appeared
to be slight.
Every few minutes he stood up and
shouted the names of certain bowlders
and streams. When we were nearly at
the top, hle called oat:
"On the right is the Lion's MouthI"
"Why is it called theLion's Mouth?"
asked a skeptical lady who had pestered
him with "whys" all the way.
"Aw, I dtnno," said the lad, tired
of being asked for information. "I was
told to holler these names. I dunno
why nothing. It's my job to holler, and
so I holler."
A-n Ezxtingumeher.
"They say that was a brilliant match
of Bullion and Miss Goldly."
"Yes, but it seems to have gone out
when they were married. "-Detroit
Free Press.
Very little furniture is used tn the
bedrooms of Turkish houses. Rarely is
a chair seen in any of them. A few
mats adorn the room, and the bed is
stretched on the floor

'Tells the story. When your head
aches, and you feel bilious, consti-
pated, and out of tune, with your
Stomach sour and no appetite, just
buy a package of

And take a dose, from 1 to 4 pills.
You will be surprised at how easily
they will do their work, cure your
headache and biliousness, rouse theD

at reasonable rates.
with team, call upon
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Another Bargain in Real Estate.
TheKilberg place, 2milea norLheast
of Parker, cunsisting of 0b acres fine
timbered land, being the west half of
the southwest quarter of section 6, Ip
4s, range 13w; 4 acres fenced with
picket fence and in cultivation, "ith
several fruit trees, grape vines, etc..
and a habitable shanty. Price "tAiO
partly on time if desired, For partien-
lars addre.-s the BUOY.

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PILES Sppsitory
is (, arant.d d to cine PILES.
and CONSTFPATIONj i,lea-.lI ihirng pilr.uding.
ii. .arrlj. hthneier i n r ent r u"-I s ..tiIldig., u rr-ney
eundel. l t .s i.ntnii rell.a l erf. e is a rdia:.l
and permanenti c.re. No -urgiia . r ~-. '1 r.i.l- ri. .
TI, tt anr.1 r ellef ..uriufliieru i Sen.d.&r listri C.Itm.it
nmunial s and iree iinule. Onl 50 I S. a [,X. .For sale
In' drgel.s, r s nt I n-y VWatl W l .eipt price.
iRTIN RUDY, Reg. Phnaimacist, Lancaster, Pa.
Sold at St. Aindreuvs Ha, Fla.
At Dr. Mitchell's Drug Store.
t 'Call for free samnule.


and the

Bay Country.

W e have iua'e ai raniiit-inuiiU t- I'
which we cal t, ni sish tlii: tie ti .k I'
covering about eighteen niile ,'lu):i"
of territory, including the t'irniriu:III
Cormpany'"s Tract, also lialri.-in,
Parker, Croinanton, anil ailijace!nt
con ntry, for

Or given for 5 cash yearlv .sulsrript u-.h
By the aid ol this map the locatiii ,
lanul l npur ac'aed i'f the C'inci iii;t
Ciopany can lie easily naceriailiiW
or, parties may send ius $1 and their
desoeiption andi we will locate theii
lota and return the Map by nail.
Address THE BUvY,
St. Andrew-. Fla.
For 51 r5 siJ subti l i.wer" 'w will gi'- as
a premium, I Sectioinal Map ui the Bay
country. or I Map of the Cit% of St. An-
drews. Either umao sold sinj0 --$S

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Dry Goods, Groceries,


Ship Chandlery, Salt Fish,


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Baltimforo Twi eR and Net Comipuan.
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Sehrs. Nettie, Cleopatra and Win. C; ford.


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A Full Line bfCannl Gd

BuLrial CaSiEte,9

Mast. Foos & Comia y's

Double Acting For-ceuPbmp.




"1hi ,is thelatest antdu most comtpfire
I- f low for working plaInt in the gaprdi-. it
- s-it-adjist.ab1le; the weight the block lo
v ',-h the blade is att ti d lkef-.- it ir, :he
rd, and the depth of plov. in is >i-.-.llatf(
lifting the hand]ks. A I'y ('1 gir ,if n)
S can handle it. with pt.rft'r t-ime. It Li.- a
,--:ch steel wheel. the ],eiriht of hi-,h r nkkrs.
i. plow light of draft. .t ha five blade .: I1 :
rning mold. 2 a shovel. 3 a ~wef o)r % Vi.utr.
blade, 4 a bull-tonetic, ra ra:e Wrv:h
with e.ch plow.
V' e have mnahdx .iri l-an i v
wa nhh v r- ho i 1,i nis 1,I tI1 1 .
the fac-oryv ''rw' ~'. ;,

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freight lo St. Andrews Bay about 75 cents. nimking the ,l,., ,-el'vered
$4.50. But the Bnov proposes to do better than this and will send the ut,(,.'
one year and fui-nish one of these plows complete at the factory for $4.5)


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it yje aced labor




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