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: November 9, 1899
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00058
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
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ST'.A NJ)RE WV'BAY,

Fi rst 4~ast a nd 11t k

-Time! .


Washington County

We*. Florida

A qijn'stthe "Worl d


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WFICI AL DI Ct ORY.
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UNnIED i%,TATI..
Senato- -- Hun. Suni' '. ss'o, tello
Hoin It. Mdllorv., PentaI ola. .a ,.
IReprese ',ti ves- i l)Dit rict, S. M. Rpe
man. Tampa;. ; 2d District, R.'W
Davis, Pala.itk:s.
Land Od l lic.-i'gster.'W"G. Robliison
Receiver-H. S. Cihubli, Gainesville."-
STATE. )
Governor-W. D. Illoxham; Secretary o
Sttie. J. L. 'I-anL',rd: "remsnter. .. B.
Whiltield: At.tfire iv Gi.nera NWi. B. La
mar; Comptroller, W H Reynolds; St.
eritendi enit i Public Iilstriictiuii, W .
N. S`heats: C-,.iiniiui ihner of Agricu'l
ture, L. ii. Womilwell; Adjuitant Ge
eral, Patt i.k Hiuitoi. "T lliflIhassh en.

^ . .. ^. -. , , o r l a ., l a o
,Sr.tri. N V.NAT 1R.
Tiventy-fifth l)i-trit--J. '..Ularke, We
wabitclik,.
W\ASimGTroN COUNTY.
irpre..ientlr ive, W. f. Cotenlant. Vernon;
County J.tidge, Dl D.-Melvin. rVefnon
Clerk ol' LnIirt, County Clerk, liecordei
of Deeds, W;, B. Lassitter, Vernon
Slierill', C. G-A4llei. Chipley;Trensuirer
S. J. Parigt. Vertio u; Tax collector, 4.
Q. Jones, Vernoii; Tal Assessor, J.
W WiViinniti Chilpley: Superintendent
of Public Instreution, W. L Lockey
Chipley; Surveyor, P. L.Horn, Orange
Hill. "

Justice of the Pae. W. I. SilgleterryI
Notary Publics, W. A. Eimmons C. H.
Crippeu: Deputy Circuit Court Clerk
W A. Emmons: School Directors, R.
F. Brackin, W. I. Singletarv, L. Nl
Ware; Post Muiti'r. L. M. Ware.
HARrison.
Postmistress, Mrs. M. B. Jenks.
I'AVlK.K
?otmnastor and Notary Public, W. H.
Parker.
PITTBSil R ;
'osttnistres, Mrs. HasselH'org.
Postmaster, S. W. Anderson
GAY.. ,
Postmaster, Mrs. R.Gay.
BAr HE AD.
Postmaster, Martin Post.
FARUMALS.
Postmastei, H. JH Joblsot.
WVTAPPO.
rostmistress, Mrs. Dyer.
W ST BAv, At,
Postmaeter, P. N. Hutchinsoti.
COOK,.
'rostofficeon Laird's Mill Bayou.
Cat.I1-UN CouITT--CROMAtTON,.
i ,,liLry Public, Frank Huskinti I'ulktmas.
ier,lhois.J. It. Mauger: CUunlty qpm
miemiuo er, i. irt Al 1 .Slicer; De5vut
Clerk of roilis. S. T. Walklav.
Su 1
Metlhodist-Cl lrcb eor. Washington ave
sld Cltetuut ft-Rev. L. 6. Gi
raitor. Pretclniilg at.-ll a. in. and 7:31
V. mn.everv alterinle Sunday.
Y. V. 8C. .-ayr meeting at thu
I',s e.vle'riall church every Sunday afier
looln at 3.30 o'clock. All are invited.
;.mpt ist -Church, corner of W yomil
ave~Ci and Cincinnati street. Olhurcl
ounferer' .turday I.elore fourth undidO
at 4 p. in. Sunday school every Sunday t
:30 .m Prea.iinig second and Loudrl
Sunday ip each, month. Rev. S.L. Loud
ermiik, prastcrr"
il, .csayteria-Clurch corner Lorai.n
.Rvenue and Drake street; Rev. R. J.
McIlwainu past; preaeaing on second
Sunday of each month at 11 o'clock a. in
und at of p. m. Sunday ScLool at 9:30
a. m. every Sunday, JobhWSturock, Supt
3atholic-Church corner Wyoo.ti.ig ave
A I* and Foster street
THE MAILS.
The nortlitia ittail, rvit Aderso4i, Gai
Bayhead and Ciipley departs every da
except Sunday .At 3:00 o'clock; a. m
arrives every day except Suntay a
1gat fay wail for Harrison, Groit to
Parker, Firmdale and Wetappo, leagi
St. Andrew going east every mornin
,t 6 o'clock and leafing Wetappot
I 4'clock, arrives, coming west evl
evening at 7 o'clock.; '
rT. ANDREWS BAY, CHIPLEY ,
VERNON TELEPHONE CO.,
ECNEDUELE OF RATES:-For each t
-inutes, or actionn thereof., :us-
Hetween St. Andrews Bay & Gay... I
,,* Bayhead2(
a, Chipley. 3f
,: Chipley & Bayhead....J.. 21
,. Gay......-i *
,K Bayhead&Gay........ ..ll
SFor transmission by telegraph 10
extra, not Including telegraph eervic
W. A. EMMONS. Gen'lMgr.


S' BUSINESS DIRECTOR'
SW. A. EMMONS,
Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and N<
tary Public for the State at Larget hi


Surisdictionto administer oaths, tal
affidavi's; [egaliae .acknowledgment
ete., anywhere if Flbrida,. Special a
tention given to land conveyances an
to marriage services, and license Issui
to lawfully qualified parties.: Office
the BUOY Office, St. Andrews Bay'.
DR. J. J. KESTER,
Homeopathic- physician and Ac
coucher. Office Pioneer Drug Stor
corner of Shell avenue and Mich


gan street.
1t. Andrews


Florida


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PUBLISHED EVilY THURSDAY again"-i work.


dne uollar TYear in Advance.
.
W9LLIAM A. EMMONS
" Editor and Proprietor.
. display ad routes 50c per inch per montim
Positiqg and eztraordinal.' condition
ratesultect to sDecial agreement.
f "Local Rh&,,'! 5c per line, first insertion
22'c each sIA,.quent. Display Ialis
double lto4 rates.
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DR. W. MITCHELL,
Pi vtician. and Druggist, Commerce at.,
east of Bavview, Offers his professional
services to the citizens of St. An-
drews and vicinity. Residence on Buena
Vinta avenue.
C. H. CRIPPEN,
Notary Public.
"Will-attend promptly to all businessde-
mRaniding his attention. Office on Rav-'
view street, one block northeast of T
0 Danford's store
BUTLER & FLOYD,
Attorneys at Law,
-HIPI:p.v. WAsBOINGTON 'Gov,. F .A


The Birds"'. ilIc'.
I .r$ :' I
The birds rave a picnic, .the morning
wcv.ainr A _


They-,t,%k e in couples to cfat i to
dine, i
MissB~i -bi -Mtiss Wren and'the two
Mi ss y' J.-a ........
Were dressed in a manner decidedly
ray. ,
And Bluebird. who looked like a hand-
fudtof sky, ,.. I
Dropped in with' her spouse as the
morning wore by; .-, .
The yell ,w birds too, wee, bundles of
sun,
-With the brave chickadees came alonL
4t to the fun. '- .+
Miss Phoebe was there in her prim suit
of brown;
In fact. all the birds hi the" fair leafy
town. *' ,


The neighbors, of course, were polite"'
ly invited;s + ,.* ...'
Not even the ants and the crickpk.-were
slighted. e -f -' w
Thegi'rasshoppers came-some in gray,
some in green, 'A
And covered with dust, hardly fit to be
seen; .., ',
Miss Miller flew in, with her gown
white as milk;
And Lady BTug flourished a new crim-
son ..
The Bees turned out .lively, the'youpg
and the old, '' -
And proud as cold 4be% 'in their spbn-,
cers of gold;. .1 j i
But Miiss CatertilWar, how funny of her.
Saijj4rried along in her mantle of fur!
- ;t ,.'.,A. ., .
. here tere big bugs in plenty, and
gnats great and small-
A.'ery hurd matter to mention them
all. -" ,
And what did t hey do? They sport e
and sarg,
Till all the green woods with their mel-
ody rang, . .
Whoe'er gave a picnip ,s. grand and so
gay? *. ..
They hadn't a shower, I,'m happy to
say. .
And when the sun dropped 'ike a cher-
ry ripe red,
"The fire-flies lighted them- nluhohme to
bdd d*.
Daybreak. -*
"A wind.came up out of the sea,
And said, ,.'.Q, mists4 make woom for
+.- o e:.? 0 "" .' 5" -
4 -: -., ? t i -'* .t'4 '*i+'-
It.hailed- the )hips, and cried' "Sail
on, ,... ,
Ye mariners, the night is gone."
S.4.' 1' ,
And hurriedlanwadvafld; far away, '
'Crvine "Awake! it is the day."
"It said unto the forest, "Shout!
-,Hang all the, leafy banners diot!,,


It touched the wood-bird's folded Wing,
And said, "O0, bird. awake and'sing!"
And o'er the farms, "0, chantieleer!
Your clarions'blow;"the day is iear."
It whispered to the fields of corn',s.
"Bow down, and hail tne cfinhg
morn." `v
It shouted through the belfry tower,
"'Awake, 0, bell, proclaim the hour."
It, crossed the churchyard with a sigh,
And said, "Not yetl in quiet lie."
-H. W. Longfaelow.


A Delayed Letter from I. 9l.:
*' iHughes.
The following letter* as ai.Mstory
of its own. Our friend- Hnghes, it
seems must have wiittea 'two letters
at the same, sitt:ng-one. to a young
lady in -Texas and another to the
Buoy aniiin placing. .tli in'U i .el-
opis sesit the young lady's letnr'"to
the Buoy and the Buoys letter to tlhe
yo6ng lady. The young lady's
father, who is a newspaper proprietor
has kindly forwarded the Buoy'e!sle-
ter, and here itfis--somewhat ancient,
but still interesting;: -
SAN JUAN,-PUnRT4 !'ico, Sept. 28, '99.
Dear Buoy: I see .by the 'Buoyo '
have not been beard from sigce thO
storm. 'My letter may come 4 hand
yet, as I wrote about a iontui ago,
stating that I had been sick aid tor
seve;iweeks I did not see any one
thatycould speak .nglish--was con-
fined to ,myl.rom.' I got aloag very
well, though; ieat going to the hos-
pi'alE.to die.- -r .
I have gal hed abou,9twenty pountids
r f ft hn ,. rif i ,. .... ... a .f A .


Il-mut letter turus np.'it will1kive. a
a sic iAS'MuwAinalurregsl'..1-10f M kt-411r-if;
'huou li it %was ho o as setpii'ehere itier.
uponihil tlie u..rith P-,16. i~ f d ie jml~indl
a8 it "s n aitiho Nr'utlth ai'ls.'
It .-ia"OJ, lie UMi.+14.14mo &nya togI e
dci aimi sa~pa x avo ia ~l'ilget thm".%e uu'.
thme geinera,. iie~wk. *,'V1,114.only may
that tfhe"liht ciu thtle k11.il stid ounit.
-T, V .
cii givel~ami 41aize verfitvou
Ilip stormu. ii~that,.wreiughtt ieviut at j. 1
to mi c'rti imi extent taut teminpiiuai1*
h- Il.,i~~e~r i4iumulE L


never asked,h.


-snpporn ourilvelV1"
-Perhaps, der, lie
Ier than we. AL all
lndesel ow-Aiiid tliischi
iis the woriti.. I'll .
wiit,. the lA'*yer thil

intg her 1pm, g Do yc
V.111 m~iltent! a~cng a
halt -civilized .boy 1i1nto
"-Certaiulll I do",'
~:~r~(4.tIv_ Ao#'(fL.MJd


cl tit~it go-a *o welf -jit;ie'l iii


t'leulipNllves that.thelvy mioo lithe ruck-
et better than 6ti er thningi and there
are pleitiy lo oIt'w 'cni.en ja tii> .
Leiolons ai;e 'poil'iilu.th at one; centtavi
eac'k also slin banana, 'rapa isnii,
,and a, fewV green oraniligen coniie tin;
while guayas are plantifil and. the
markett %11i b' qnite well iinppilied int
three or (o;rr aore months within vari-
ous ktilds f f-tiuit; but bread fruaii,,
niangoe."tid sople other lisave been
stayed nutil next, year. :
The best item of news I have to'
tran, .1it is itat, the new po'stl or'-
+ i ". '
order is'now in operation. ilakiing jl.
rales of postage-tLi Ptrveto Rico tile
amlle an to iloints ii thle Uniteti
*5ilttes, and you niea1ole i'lioutu lthat one0
5 '" .a
cent stanip ,.In uiy ,,,luoyt, ly a t Iu-
ture. ,Shoulld anv "'of the friends
4 '" *n -2i-, *i *
wish to write tie. a two-cent stamp is
all-suffidient. ThiH d6oe seen to,
draw the United titai.,S much nearer
aid makeA iil'de 'Sian Ap'lea'r 'inr-
closely related. ,Why, I cau wrile
all the way up it an ounce now for
two cenis. Tl+'li i so cheap that
,hen l visited ti, luistiouffiee yester-
,4y I Inighal 'a *dhtol pocket fullri'f
-M1tniml,,-e, vlhpfi'el ani I ,shmll fire
hii.ni ttL ev'r.rl(rfty, in'wv.. Loo.k oti
'' \* ,rcq"'rP lt ii, revive ies,. i, a cetrlmil


child." '
"lI talit case," sai
shall not reniiun liere.
t, open a gratis orpiha
no reason that niy P
should be squandered
taunicies!"
t'But, Milly, your
than mine!"
"And I do not mea
lor a mere chimera. 'I
no sort of Claiinm tipoI
Let the Ajistralian ai
-vide for him."
And Millicent comil
+-uaded to tlkie. a.y oth
question tlian this.
lhe told helr OenuinU"
tit m eairrsaiineniilils to
with- Misn Keturali Bat
'a faow ueltct boarders'
street. -
And then Catherine
CionSiier ways and 111ie
taken, the .hoAuse f r
w.an, no recediifg Trom t
tion. : ,
"I'll let' the, lower
Hopllper, tlie i uiillii:,'
herself', never -usi
i'lea of living in hali a
.pliiu miistu lie liHi asidl
iake I h' back ria0i in my


1-.grm e,'I I't ier-e: a~i', ;L JIIat hut u I mI rp iIIie 0 11 -If hall Utv e i


aImi4e toa, I te.l Atllte .' il be etl.l',i 4 ltli.h
S.$""it.il milakin-- I tlit ''eolly lU *'-.
^.tatles. Ytois v 'ry mirnh, "-":.:1,
S 1. J. H s. t .
m .. "i ,* .l, -

$650 to'1i OQ a Year '
SWe winut reliable aud eia erirt.ie ic' in
iiid women iti eanci State f.'t r.i vc an"' ap-
point agents; salary.$650 to I-2'l Wyenr
and expenses. guiia'iiteedaind paid week-
li;.no ex-perience required, we instiu.t
vou. -IQtl t presenitati es wainted.ale*'-
.Send stamip uor full particulars. Add-r,-',
th" Be'l.l Op~ ,p-ny, Depar t"m)Bt 4a .. .,
S t-'. Philadelphia, .Pi .
l ".** eu... -illi-e h: ;
"H,,v I dop w,,i,%Vwe could ia .vep
ripple of incident in- oilr Matilv liiftfl"
spid Millicent More, c'ligie her book
with. sigh. -
"IjothiingL ever happens- ao ius,'"
said hier cousin Catherine withit'
smile; as she beit forward tf pick iap
a dead ilef-off herpet geraniums. 4
SMilliicet tihd Catheriie Morb wefet
girls of 22 an4<25- anod naids"' the
17 -year holders .called them-who
taught school aihd supposed them-
selves comfortably by ,their owiniun-
aided efforts. Millicent was pti'ty,4
with red lips, a clear, bright com-ei
plexion and hair touched with the
warm anburn-gold that artists copy
and pdets rave of, and Millicent hadi


innt quite gjivini up. her.little dream
oflvv and matrimony! but Cattler.
ing 'qver spoke of suph .things.
Ca'tldraie-was not absolutely a fright,
but CaItl rine was -mall ahtl plain,'
with or d, v "


erybody else's, and not .the,'sightest
pretensions to beauty.
Buit the two cuuins were very hap-
py together, after their own unpre.
tentiot-s fashicr., Milicent supplying
the 'sentimeps andl poetical element
and Catherine contentedly: devoting
herself out 6f school boars to house-
keeping.


And or'thiil particular Decemi
afternoon juSt as the girls were j
ploring the moowtcny.-of their da
life, the postman tdpp6d at the di
with a letter.,
"A letter!" cried Millicent.
"For me?" eehbed Catherine.
And the qousitn ,read it with tb
aims twined about one another a
their heads veriyc).pse together.
"Uncle George is dead in Aust
lia!" gasped Millicent.
**Oh,4;Milly-and he has left
orphavto oy!' added-Catherine, t
tears brimming into her eyes. "9#
nust adopt hi., Milly-we mu
bring him up." ,1.
Millicent dtfiy back a little.'
..T 1 --I- ,1 - 1


tmat li.k= ou't onm the s


neiipt'on to tihe 1111'tl
"lyedia, b'tt itlallal not i
dischiearge Hann"a and'
^D.'r.--a' 3i wn, w,1
children aSil. im i un' ich
vwirih iher., A :;,T r k:i'
'alo r i lfiV i A,'- h'I"
I shall iraveto Lt-k L
for copviiI t dis a
evn,.iig-,. tor 1 miu it l
Hlttle siomtli tlh 'lg aI,' n
lie' intire *,l ,i .., .
SPot. it.- evebl ocIurlrtp
More that sh':'*as doi
-heroic thing in, etCNit
the benefit of one -wh
yet poorer and more
Aheroelf-nor to 50illi
was acting the part of
The little room in i


cottage seoiM story
prettily for the, orphlia
A
boy-Caltherine had mt
organ to buy the fumni,
canS in a clean white
bons was bustling arou
Hopper haid already
htock of boni et franmt
artificial flowers in t
down,
' It was a lovely Jun
sky blue and clear as
aud the air full ot


ine More, having, no
cu ~, obtained a tei
t otin her school, we
to meet her new charge
er Harvy t Las *, which
egraphle( rrom Sandy
before. ,.
"' Li'Jo Willie wilt
aifd'to hem self, "beca
photograph by, tne.
wanted my face to s
him, poor iambi".-: '
S:She stood fn the pi


- ning -the countenance
-.;hat landed, her fa
-oncetor twice as-she s
:,ir she thought might b
,ud .all of- a saddden'" a
lightly on her arm ancd
ra- self looking: up into
bronzed.face far above
an "Sir'!" she cried, sti
the "I beg your pardon,
;'" pleasant voice, "I di
ust, alarm you.. But is, t
She inclined her lie
*'I anm your cousin
Sir.h ha alAi *#va


V
A .
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a been tel. His eyes are bent off eartsones befrank withbyou,MifsHaPg 11I0 th day warm piano this morning did disturb me a c a -t e I. '
With fixed and, earnest gaze. goodCdeal, and I am afraid I could not children like it and lor
kili .eoi I hear my mother's firm commands,, ..Bstand that kind of music right along, 0ore.
il e," shee I see-hersilV*'ry hair, don1 you know." me.l "
se "sent my no, her never idle hands- fel ure of it,," she answered,
SIlast nail. Ber forehead lined by .care. with equal frankness "It shall ot hap
oem uuiliar er o. pen akain, Mr. Wilson." '" av.U iiuulO 1
eem n tiliar to n emory aoy oncemiiore But.I should.hate to deprive'you ci
S i seek my humble Ot, thepleasureof playing the inttrumontt,'< loks like cream l, i or- O. -
Sea lyscanf And as Idid ln dayspf .orei. :., be added hastily, "and I don't mean to ishes the lasted body of
o r irv'c, i'dj I sleep and know it;nat., I asi Ioin tma the baby, cgid or aduitt .
ce br ltenig For health is coursing tn my.blood;, rest d attention that poor Wilep beItter than cream or any
v hw.o.. Wouth healthmy Pulsee best. conld'hardly continue, put he succeeded. ter food in piece. -t
ae \V whn A life before sees a'flood "I'd like to give yopi a lesson or two." _ -- 4t. ta m
e, when Of golden sunshine sweet. Yo uoeo Miss Iapgool, if yor playing. bears -l.In-b eMalbiu t.
aid 'vas laid m 'took the' form of- regular practice, in- t on to-other muO that. i
i shLe ,nL her- But 'ti a dream. My father daied tead of-er-wbhayon w.re doing this -cream d to iO fL I.
sh u(Lher- A score of years ago, tmiw I thibi ncIoold t"h-it, andm doe t i
hi ndsome, And mother slumbers by his sid' never ele in'the' least disturbed when any
e her. Where snow-white lilies grow. -er--rthe performance. is fairly cor- Wihhother so-called IUst as
artig ack. The farmhouse that I see in dreams ,rct.," ood p arOU
, sai 'rnk Isee in dreas alone, nLuchr turned. he o gaze to ,te. .to', t" ..._
d not And all the asta vision sees "i play o iei ed l," nd that this a fact:
d no eau~ t That never was my own. p ... .. .
is ti More" -t bver -mLcwcSn Jni continued Wilsonii, "but Tcould teach
id. ore aLewttn- i you the elements, a ti i lnd afte ie i l ma value
l 1d. ,-" .- --v---, ...... ++-1 woultf *t e able to pick outit fei With .[ :
Willia ,." "I wouildan" be ithont DeWitt's Witch mor .er---satisfaction -.'--your- t ,toti wlw
in ar . Rl.Pt SaLliv -for sny co tnsideralion," self." -tr ...: I


VO X ' .,.ANDREWS-.BAY.Ci., NOV. 18AIs
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Adopp-S. UIO


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~pec--~p~ re_


,.i ,Miillyn" ger, "unless yon wouil call hi a II'- AN EXPERiIMENT. wm not be nistaroea. x.nera ......
we plced to tie bunyl ear',rquin Kitty, no,,1.o ,, ______ in the church vestry that I oan use alt
S' I want To, and I can practice. there."
ever told you I was child, or poor. Arthur Wilson awoko,vyiti a vague "Fine!" exclaimed Wilson, and Pol
w ay puor- It war'yotr own 'iiferencoe. 'lThank sense of positive distress. Wbh.at wasit? rejoloiedwan he t the promising ano-
e If ; h i. iheavep~, I am indepenienit ai wea'l- He knew now. From the room beneath cess of h'is et4eriment, that be suggested
liT ft h.lub h1 ha aI W n es- came the think tink cf a piano played- a first lesson forlhwith. Lucy hesitated,
I hy. have cme no, p played, thumped In a most but eventually plit paidc her duster.
sit nn and .ate, I think it in rather iiy duiit to atrocioti.SLy crude fashion. hunted up an old ustruction book ani
8 t e." take care ofyon than to al.,wv you 0t It was drvadfuli awful, nnendur.blel se t at the piano beside-Wilson, listen-
It wodjf li'ave ? "baid 'enough it the i, with docilett otiont hisBremarks
S press- take care ol me." ad corr y f about do, ra, 1men the names of the
tune had Li-bd'play'd corrkcfiy, for so aal. H
o.f-i t. that Catherine loo.kedl at her handsome man brought tip on Boston-symphonykeys and the flaring of the sca. He
ringh, consin In hlu e amazement. -This concert.-She,.tues -.of Mr. Sankey.are ing it necessary. of course, to place her
t of al he. not the most inpiring lnd 4AAtisfactoty nger a n position with his own, an
n" grand sttig of all her tleurt music, outthis performance otrivaledpsitin is own an
ierlt.a, and idleas was more than she cuuli anything Wilson cnuld have dreamed- operation that so bewildered him that
S. I t way of.imperf.cti n.e. Moreover wen he went tobie writing hectuledn't
". ewnmperf'ct r Ver,. a single s.o factory senten..o
Jt t, i ther was a in istenco in the W. W ll, such was the beginning. There
Sl'-But W il-e thumping th-t foretold requt appli-. was'a dal soi or two weeks, much
cent.I But Catherine. Na, cation to the instrmet. eracet toMrs. Hapgood's amazement and ap-
te lle gray-eve, cousin the lawyer would probably be kept up for hours a parent objection tbongh she said noth-
iI a time and many times during the day. log, and much to the farther disorder
v 1in it in have tld me honw willing young iferp Wl t should be done about it? of Wil.on's mind. Lncy evidently priao-
r income to adopt.a.au carefor the houtele- Wilson poked hian ed from t oneath iced long and well, for she improved
t feI y'nr orihan, and how-" my 'Counis .Milli- the clothes and looked around. There rehmarkalvy, and she continued to tb
Sn in m. was his baggage, there was the table docile until toward the last, when Wil-
Sent shrank from -the task. Ad especially put in by kind Mrs. Hapgood son observed that she was unoomfort-
a vi I larger from the bottom odi myeart I thank in order that he might biav ample ao- ably tetioent and almost freakish. One
yo for what you ar1to ', J commodatiou tpr hja literary. Word. He day she jumped up suddenly, her face
:4, ,yo fur what you are ,deavlyps$.Jog ^might. go plsewbhpre, but he kue- tsl t scarlet, and bounded out of the room,
in chatter it How Doreas stared when sulisaw 'at this ona house his needs could b declaring tha o was done it it all
hI hild liha what sort of a fellow Itte f ifij" satisfied, and a for going to aioth an that he wold never to a pa
1n tier Iaus. had proved to be! How Mrs. Hop- witb great empbasih that Boston was gain as long as she lived.He
't ri es pin- per gigg1ied behind'iier boiihnit f,-agnt' the one spot, by reason of its climatic had learn dha before thia what wa
O h,' tolUglht of. the.little child's conditions, where he could hope toao. the matter and the prospect of losing
it compiish his task without breaking those weet hours at the piano was in
ent b. per. crib and the picture books up astaiw, down? Here, tbei,,he mnt stay, and tolerable. followed her. found er
.er iv if the "Of clnrkse sich ah'iegant yonhg e fou'd tlat he pc'sitively could not, struggling against teats in the dining
'next -day gentleman as-a wTi' .go to-theo- atand tb poudig of tbht piano h room;and, going. straight to her, h
thus _he had tel, n said Mrs.. Hoppee. Bnt he did All t arog n his 1pr parab ens for e sion fu ut r b g i ti ea
!h e l lit a*I Mrs mMgt fiuid ae way to lie- ti told his story. Lucy listeded with an
'. r. .- I All tb.ouh his pre paratxm for exp~slon of ,nutterable anguish, tried
Iei a hone- not. He staiye'l t the cot''ge,' breakfast the bcrvoy-wrecLifiog attempt. too say." es," ad 'No," at the saae
yley wh toile sl:elpiing4o the back,parlor sofa.uiri at music continued. There was a paus time and at length broke away from
h .. .. cgao .l. whentw o q9,ed the door to go dowD-- his tentative embrace and fled back to
; the next"other accommodations culd be'iro- "probai'ly bunting another tune," the parlor .
S.vitd'for hitn. Afd 4t1n .1ili]ltnt thought Wilson-acd he hastened hi.' ,F o painful moment Wilson re.
lown '.'nue over il teps tbdt e uight look into the parlor mainod where he was. Then upon his.
fl down to vame over with &her tptlets i t*W(ile and sFe t0 ito it was that was apparently astonisbed ears cane t pounds of tbht
She tipd and outstrtitcued lihand 'tlre yodig'0 destined to torment him; Just as he most beautifully melancholy noette
my r--qeA rl received her with .. .1), a6,l,
S'r-h ire Anutraliaim 'eived he with pt'o1, laid isaud on the k'ob of the parlor of Chopin's, the one in B major, and
lhe .. rtc door thre h waa sao.olitary thump, as played, it seemed, with more perfection
Senqt q.s- cart coldnes that made her feel x itf the performer had unwittiugly drop- of technique and feeling than he eve
ceos iv.eIv uncomfortable. ped a book eu the keys. Next instant hea it. He tiptoed hia way into the
ta" to M)f. ",Ynu see, Cousin Milv," aid he, the, door ,< open apd Wilson beheld a parlor and listened theire wbtle h
, "Yo un ri ro th e, sight th.nt fille his hart with iertur. wahed Lc wring ro the insr-
it, S i t to "you didn't want to be b6thered'h tV batious inite aa exciting but far pleas. m t the expressiuu of hr wealth of
eI ;o like thi me; ypu thought thli,41ustraliai u- anter than, tr.iso that had been caused woo. Presently he stopped in the mid.
u e, but all -tl.hortie oughtiv'ti't be' compelleti0 oby the ext, ::lo playing. dle of it passage, pat her tace in he
S.noL -" ... ..' Upon tl' pr"iano stool, swiingng hands and moaned, "Oh, I am so
ie I will pii',e ,r ,, around to tace him and with the Moody ashamed!"
ell" and little And whlsn Mrs..Hopper heard that and Saukyey ook. in bher hand, was a .But. Lnoy," said Wilson, tenderly.
e n C eie M e tyoung.wona: whc fresh, radiant as ho carosdher hair."I love you.
fnt -in Cathinue ,ore was to min'ry loveliness selt a thrill err;iight rthroagh dearly"
tle a a. iIall_ her rich cousin slie wasn't at, all r- his b rcast nt. tho inu -:r:uO st c, )ro tl T e .jhe, sttpd reached out her
i -- -,_'. -- ...:. hi spin L clumn;' :- 1 W'l'-' arms Ei. fl-.ht- thei il.ps e g et
''t" 1 1..-71-' tn n i wap c."ccrc.hdi it w6 a cO'i s oA love at ."I couldn't help it, Arthur," shd
"t.- It e mo. t at,.. .hin, .. eight, lh w.else till )w_ esipl.in.the said, a little later, "when I saw that
niii, 11ECic]icl- v-,rld," said she, "only it's a pity lamentable confusion th.-t btset him? you mistook Molly's ignorant pounding
e1 nlil; l'lt thatt Cthie isn't a little prettier." How acpont-ff...hi. smddvun oad of for mine, i meant to have a little fun
Itle But Cathe e rwasstied color and his subseqa=nr'ut behaviorr? with you,. ibatwas all. Mamniascolded,
i- .. B Cah ne wa ated "Etouso mo," he staminered, trying but I wouldn't stop. I am afraid you
a w(ip .I, s p it illa 0J.,,vm.u's dleclaratiion that. her to witbdrav, but rooted to th, spot. think I haven't any principle at all."
%Vw v ,niti way ,,lai>, I w N th1e 'rewtbtest to i i "Good mrnin, M1r. Witson, she "On the contrary, dearest," answered
.. t. . responded, rising with admirable conm- Wilson, "I knew that you were impelled
i.g, hIall g, t ,ill the worldl.-Colnibitlan Magazine, posure and simplicity. Iwasn'tathome and guided by the principle of love. It
id k uit Aa .. m when you came last evening, but, of reminds me of the professor in college
1' ,(4 ,. < YVo arver know what form of blood course, kuew about: it. I am Lucy in whose hands an experiment went-all
Si l.ud poison will follow consripation. Hapgoqd, and that saves. mamma .the to smash. 'Geutlemen,' said .he to the
.-, I i 11h.1 le..- Keep the liver 'clean by using DeWitt's trouble of- iti'roduning us. I am afrPid. laughing students, 'the experiment has
,t L" ing'ru"-.a Lirile Early. Rierd. and you* wMt avoid the piano disturbed you.' failed, but the principle remains the
tc1 tiroulble. Thy arre lamuous little pilta for '"No, nDo. Ndt at'all 1 Not in the "ame.' "--Chicago News.
t' ile .Vit i-onstipalini anhd liver aid bhowel troubles least, I'suro you," frbTriratetl Vl'Wton,
,t ti R F. Braeli Ib Son." with alarming emphasis. Wfat'furtter Not a Novelty,
ng a. Lbri e perjury*he might have committed may "One of the latest novelties In Parti
1 J 'rea Hoe, he left to the imagination, for just then in a monkey that plays the violin."
ung avtil v d ,-a .. fRapgood appeared and announced '"That's no novelty.. There's a monli-
om H e lr When autumn winds begiito blow that breakfast was ready. ey in the fiat adjoining ours'tiiat keeps
h Thro' vale and ovbr hill. All through that bountiful meal WiLw me awake every.nilght by playing the
hli l edeem, And clouds take on a look'of snbs, son reflected. He hardly dared raise his fiddle."-Chlcnago News.
Iaent es thli.u And all the air is chill; e yes f-rom his plate, and.for that matter -,
a r,' thait. ais When forest trees are brown and bare, he did not need to, because where he I 11 .
he ftrre-nt. And leavesin widrows .ast, shouldihave seen hot buokwbeati he be-
wall ,I ,,i in memorv I wander whera. ,. held the lustr uSrb.o.t ucy apgood, g a v e I 0 l S
tat ra t I eo nr her d. who at demurely, opposite. He V 11
ned ftted p M boyhooddays-were. passed. wered t she c nmoplac of Ir. and

old instraliia I see te. farmhoue.smal and old- Mrs. llapgood tin .onosyllables and .t "I '
ture-.er cabinet Te d aal when Molly, a 6 hyear-o sister oftr
stro-and Dor. And t A ks wlth or old '. Lucy, ame running in fro m the yard
Sau ribu- h thear a u holds for me. udsWith voluble exouseaflor being late. IIL h I I 2
und, i al rib- Z hear again, the metryayounds Now, Wilson did not for one instant
arrlhile Mrs. That from the kitchen rise, realize what was the mnitttr. He failed 1
es, rti1gd her For children's laughter there resounds even to suspect that lhe. had goae.4i4f t
the an d And happy children's cries, on Lucy Hapgocd. It waq quite.appar-
hen ent, hauwevr. that an unncir.'en ele- + 2
iiin l hear again the popping corn, niment bud obtruded itself into lili. bt0 .
e d oi And taste the apples sweet, in Boston, and be attributed lhsdiHooin You may have heatd
ea e li e/ suck sweet cider newly drawn- Posure to tbe impo-ibiity of a-ki', about SCOT'S EMULSION
,n eye set The farmes homely treat. that uprb creaur to let t ei and have a vague notion
A t's g t- dralon If h- had hen a r chi, or aauenot
een And in the straight-boked rock-in an orldiuary rawcounntry girl; it would that it is COd-liver oil With
ot.f. O chair*1' have bL-n ,aisy :n.ugh. Lnt-thlu end of its bad fasTe and smell and --
--C cushions deep, i i lc tfiit Wils(nu decide' d upon trying S i t
t w di-. Old Tab y, with an owner's air. an experiment. He would teauh bhr to all is other repu sive ....-
upot, h.ubsti- tas rocked herself to sleep. play. .. tures. It is codI Oil,
nto' Being unatrally an honest man, Wil- purest and the bes i the2 '
nt to ew \ork see my father's sturdy form s on's tri't step was to correct his previ- wrsdbut mad e bes p alata
ge in C steam- Before the ruddy blaze Olalteha l. Lioditg od Lucy (-t. WOr tspt
.h, h in the narlor, he sid: "I want to be t at tv bod .


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

The ichioonr Ari.'l arrived from
iensaeola Tnesday morning and
mane a landlitg at Brackin', wihar
before proceedtiig up Est Bay.
The sclhoinr NNettie mailedh for
Piinaecoln lasl Th'rIurstdav atite nton.O.

JACKET SCHOO1NElI
N TTI.


L. E' DA NFORID,


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L-?a'. .' St. Awl111."- $i y 'ir VieJa-
leaves PcaasIeola P % e ry Friday,
(aesillf Ivi I1iii tiiig). Special atien-.
tiOn Will hje givcza Ia, rect,'iVing and
ro riv~a d ii L h, i jftOr ioarties livilg on,
Eh1 41d z LdN01~th Hay, "Itsileagers for
poi~tS oil either arti of IIIe rfHay cant
depend upon secur,i#g lprom;,t traits-
portatioti at rens~illahlle rate. For
further information applyi 'v 4
L. gl. IVA 1E & Co-. A g


C(APT.


NAPHIiIIA LAUCHI,
LURLIN.E.
D.b li l l


Carries th.le East Bly Mait: hetrwten i l.
Andr'ewa' Bav, Wetap.po alid inter-medi-
ate points. Leaves St. A-ddrews daid,
(except Sui dty) a it 6:00 a. it.: airive vaI'
Vet.appo at 1 :30 p. i.; ieavt Wetapp.
at 1:00 p. an.; arrives iat St. Andrews at
7:30-p. m. Makes laIttlinis reguIlarlv al
Hilriaso, OrotiTinton, Pairke,. Pitts-
h rg, and Fainlndai lireight landed at
anty postoffice wharf. For .passeilgvi and
freghtlit. ratls, set i-ate era|l p,'.. lllt'alt-.
DAyID M. WITHEiRII.L.O Ctrae-tor.

SA Week's VWeattler.
The following- table gives the maxi-
tmum, minimum and mean tempera-
tures, the rainfall and direction of the
Awird, for the twenty-four hours ending
at 7 o'clock p. m.. as indicated by U. S.
government self-reg.istering thermom-
sters. Max:Min. Me n. 'n W'd
.Nov. 1 76 50 63 .00 s
-" 92 75 54 64 .00 nwv
S3 -61 '42 52 .00 sw
4 s2 40 51 .00 nw
5 65 41 Z3 .00 nw
S 6 71 44 56 .00 n
S7 75 49 62 .00 se
F'orweek ..-69 I 45 57 .00 I


Parker Loc(ge No. 142
, -F A,.'-M,.




'Viiting Ifrotlirr
FRATERNALLY INVITED.
E. PALMER, W. M
W. A. ENjuos, Secretaryv

A CREAT record of cures, une-
qualled in medical history, proves
Hood's Sarsaparilla possesses merit un-
kuot to any other "MEDICINE.
iTh t lta .-.oHsl Ca1. sLvaa v '.
Every explorer who visits tl.o Aus-
I rtIts;ani islands disCo'vors an new kind.
of cilssowary. No !' of tr1s' birds,
possesses any wings to if.peak of. aud
hli r lodits are ,'t 'd w-it. dense
masses of curiou.'-. hairlike feathers.
' .\According to a rec'ct traveler, these
feathers are put tc a very remarkable
e.s.
When a cassowary feels hungry--so
hle legend r'iins it wades out into a
stream until orly its bead and neck are
above wa:tfr anid :preads out its lon;.
plumes on uithlr side. Numbers of un-
soptidstict red little fishes immediately
mistake these for a new kind of water
weed :,nd nestle confidingly up to the
notionl ess cassowary for shelter.
Tlen t!iat artful bird suddenly
pr1-'-.s ;is S(>,.t1hers close against his
dody, walks ashore and shakes out his
p 'isoi'qers on the bank; so that he not
s.tiy enjoys a delightful bath. but ob-
-'Onl an excellent meal into the bar-


D. 1t H. ll..den, Summit, Ala., savs,
"'i -1hink Kodul Dyspepsia Cuie is a
Sl'.did[ medicine. I pirsscribe i. and
S d'nii it' :C IIl it i,,t with contii.ued
'i-' it %i11t1,. .t you eait and quick-
reed :c siad indigestion. R. F.
z., S on.

Deceltrul.
S**.ln are queer animal&." said the
I-.-.:...* *-They are all moreorles
deceitful.'
"Oh. I don't believe thatf, replied
the optimist. "I think there are plenty
4 f people who strive to be honest. I
know I do. and I don't' give myself
credit for being any better than the
majority of men." .
'Then why do you ask me bow my
health is every time we meet and stand
around and look bored if I tell yout"-
Chicago Times-Herald.

Tiingns He Doesu't KoaW.
Farmer Medders-What's yer son
Hiram going ter do when he ite
through college'
Farmer Corntosset-He's' going ter
stay right here on the farm till be
sorter begins ter, realize that they's
Siae or two things be don't know.--anu
I auciseo Examiner.
Discovered by a Woman.
Another great discovery has been
in, iCe, and that too by a lady in this
country, "Disease fastened its elptch-
es.' upon her and for seven years she
withstood its severest tests, but he.
vital organs were undermined and
death seemed imminent. For three
months she cumghed ncessantiv and
could not sleep. She finally discovered
a way to recovery by purchasing of us
a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, and wre so much re-
lieved on taking the first dose, that she
.l ntt all nihrht, and with two bottles-has


LOCAL DRIFT,

-A nice suit'of clothes at Maxon &
Brock's for $4.
-See our men's and boys suits. Prices
all right. R F. BRACKIN & SON.
-If you want to buy good goods
cheap for cash, go to Maxon & Brock's.
-The L. B. Q will cure a cold in one
day For sale at the Pioneer Drug
Store.
-Our stock of clothing is complete.
Call and examine.
R. F. BRACKIN & SoX.
-Dr. Kester was called Sunday to at-
tend professionally upon Col. S. T.
Walkley of Cromanton.
-Our men's pants department is
complete. Some good ones worth $5.00
for $3.75. R. F. BACKIN & SON.
-A cood big Tablet for 8 cts and a
good thick school tablet with 175 leaves
for l0cts; all with handsome covers and
good, ruled paper t the BUOY office.
-The Kalamol Celery Nerve and
Blood Tonic is tV best. A guarantee
certificate goes with every bottle., For
sale at the Pioneer Drug Store, St. An-
drews Bay.


ened attacks of pneumonia it has avert.
ed and of the children it has saved
from attacks of whooping cough. It is
a grand, good medicine. For sale by L.
M. Ware, St. Andfews and Baybead
and all medicine dealers.


The Youag Peoples Baptist Union
meets at the Baptist church every
Friday at 7:3.t .m. All invited.


It Gradea Down.
When a girl're engagement to an out
of town man Is reported, it is first
said that she sl to marry a king. As
time progresses the girl's mother con-
fesses that the young man Is a prince.
It leaks out later that Ibe works on a
salary and has to work Saturday
nights, and later, ust before the wed-
ding, no one Is surprised at learning
that he is a clerk and gives dancing
lessons on the side to make a living.-
Atchison Globe.

BDirthlmark In the Bye.
Jesse Lee of Atlanta has the letters
of the alphabet clearly Imprinted on
the iris of his eyes. He inherits this
strange phenomenon from his father,
A. F. Lee, who had the same markings
on his eyeballs. The grandmother of
Jesse Lee is said to have pored Inces-
santly over the Bible previous to the
birth of her son. and it is supposed
that the birthmark Is due to her con-
stant application to the letters of the
alphabet.
Help* Trade.
Whenever a young wife proposes toj
bake her own bread in order to save 51
cents a week. the man who has put on
the market an infallible cure for dys-.
nonaia smiles like a'cat that has just


eaten the canary.-Natfiroo Rustlr.
I a ... I
To the Deaf.---A rich lady. cured
of her Deafness and Noises in the Head
Iby Dr. Nicholson's Artificial Ear Drums,
gave $10,000 to his Institute, so that
deaf people unable to procure the Ear
Drums may have them free. Address No.
12l1 The Institute, 7b0 Eighth avenue,
Nt W York.
Idoumatie Bl~nlah.


in mind that their favors must he mailed
early enough to reach us not later than
Monday evening; otherwise they cannot
annear in the current issue.
-A new turpentine still is being
erected on Laughton B-iyou, immedi-
ately between the bridge and the Jno.
Gillespie place. The houses for the. op-
eratives are being erected and the tur-
pentining will begin at once.
-For several days of the past week
Dr. Mitchell has been in constant at-
tendance upon the family of Thomas
Collier at Gay, on North Bay. The old
grandma, who is very low, can hardly
by any possibility pull through.
-A delightful dance was participated
in at Ware's Hall last Saturday night.
Everybody seemed to know it was com-
ing, and the hall was well filled with
t iose who found nothing wanting to
complete the measure of their enjoy.
meant.
-Dr. W. Wixon, Italy Hill, N. Y.,
says: "I heartily recommend One Min-
ute. Cough Cure. It gave my wife im-
mediate relief in suffocating asthma."
Pleasant to take. Never failes to quick-
Iv cure all coughs, colds, throat and
lung troubles. R. F. Brackin & Son.
-Handsome g. er head- 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. ier dozan, at the
BUoy ofl oe
-It you i, o tnink ing of buying prop-
erty in St. Xndrews or immediate vi-
cinity. you cannot afford to purchase
until you have conferred with the pro-
prietor of t.e.BUoY. -I you are sh er.of
mine'y and want to buyonp longtime for
actual settlement you can be accommo-
dated.
-The Buoy i6 pleased to note that
Col. C. A. Choate is again at the edit-
orial helm on the Pensacola News.
With no reflection upon the editorial
character of the News since Col.
Choate severed a former connection in
that capacity, it goes without saying
that, henceforth the News will iank
with the most ably edited papers in the
South.
-The Buoy has a limited quantity of
California sorghum, or sugar cane seed
for sale at Sc. per ounce; 40c. ner pound.
This cane grew ten feet high and two
inches through at the base on the Buoy
Farm t-he past season, and is very rich
in saccharine matter. If ordered by
mail, add Ic. per ounce for postage.
Also a few Nonesuch strawberry plants
for sale at 50c. per hundred.'
-Hiram Washburn, a farmer living
near the head of Laughton Bayou was
quite badly bitten by another farmer's
dog while )n his way to St. Andrews
last Monday afternoon, That same dog
took a taste of the editor of the Buoy's
leg when he -stopped to get a drink of
water one day last summer. The own-
er should either till or muzzle the
sneaking brute before lie does irrepar-
able mischief.
-Taxes for 1P99 became due Nov. 1.
and-all those ivho. are depending upon
the fiiiny to attend to the payment of
theirs will, of course, remember that if
they have a sufficient tax account cred-
it to cover (h,= amount, the payment
wil' certainly he attended to; but if
-tn'y haurinot-s'h a credit inrtsatiafac-
tory arranrgementf to that end have not
been made, they just as surely will not
be paid by the Buoy.
-Mr. C. H. Crippen was stricken
with paralysis in his lower limbs and
right arm last Friday, while attending
to some duties about his premises and
socompletely prostrated as to render
him entirely helpless. without, howev-
er, affecting his consciousness. Dr.
Kester was at once summoned and by
the prompt administration of remedies,
circulation was restored and he is able
to be up arain and in a fair way tor re-
covery.
-It will not surprise any who are at
all familiar with the good qualities of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, to know
that people everywhere take pleasure
in relating their experience in the use
of that splendid medicine and in telling
of the benefit they have received from
it, of bad colds it has cured, of threat-


Jcft'ris
At the
New York
auspices u
Club, for
weight
black mit
the referee<
ries after
Jeffiies
brute-furc


Clothing
You ki
say bitcil
right.

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Good
purifies tl
saparillai
Au
Here is
away Ce,
a glass ey
with a fri
as the na
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question. f
struck hi
addressed, 2m
"Althouah
yet I shal~lel
that you d (by
And muhb
wildermen;
the glass ey
stump of Ia
time the me
now and ibe
at thi eye to
Ing, but at la;
tin. in, wbeh
preached tbe
over the y
not being 'w
and slept 'pe

Once In a
thie wrld,
passes nyt
world. It I
Farfd, which
town of Pa
It Is held I
Farid-ud-Di
or- sugar sat
bodt had be
fasting that
mouth. eve
stautly cha
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passing thr
wall adjoinl
feet by 21
Gates of P
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able to pass
sure of pa
50,0X) strlv
same time
rifle. Wor
and tie b1r


-Us


Mrs. Fremont, in a sketch of her fa-
ther. Senator Benton, tells the follow-
ing story of the French bishop at St.
Louis at the time of the purchase of
Louisiana. She says:
It was a point of lionor among the
older French not to learn English, but
the bishop decided that it would be
better to acquire it, especially for use
from the pulpit.
To force himself into the familiar
practice of the language, he secluded
himself for awhile with the family of
an American farmer, where he would
hear no French. The experiment pro ed
very successful. Soon he bad gained a
sufficient fluency to deliver a sermon in
English.
Senator Benton was present when it
was to be given, and his feelings may
be imagined as the bishop, a refined
and polished gentleman, announced:
"My friends. I'm right down glad to
see such a smart chance of folks here
today."
A Cute Lad.
A young Irishman once went to a
kind hearted old squire for a recom-
mendation. An elaborate one was writ-
ten and read to him. He took it with
thanks, but did not move.
"What's the matter with it?" roared
the squire.
"Oh. uothin, sorr.' said ,the lad
quickly.
"Wejl. then. why don't you go?"
"Sure. sorr. 14boug tn the strina-'
of a recommolad'ft*ft iman
wantin to hire me.---San rancie-.
Argonaut.
lagrionr, with its af' r tn nnally
destroys thousands of neiprl. It may he
quickly cured by One Minute Cough JCure,
the only remedy that produces immediate
re tilts in .'-nghli, colds. croup lbr fthl.iis.
pneumonia and throat an'4 lung I-hbF s.
It will prevent consumption. R. F.TRrsck-
in & Sou.
A Suddea Iatroduction.
A Philadelphia paper- tells a funny
story of the blizzard days of last win-
ter In that city. A certain Mr. K. had
over his dining room a skylight which
was burdened with a great weight of
snow, and early one evening he took a
snow shovel and went up to remove it.
He shoveled It off. and then it occurred
to him that he would perform the same
service for his next door neighbor,
whose dining room lay side by side
with his own, the construction of the
two houses being alike.
The inmate of the next house was a
worthy widow, whom Mr. K. had nev-
er met, but with whom his wife was
on calling terms.
Mr. K. proceeded to a position from
which he could, as he supposed, safely
shovel off the snow, but in doing so he
made a false step and got on the sky-
light Crash! went the glass, and down
through the aperture went Mr. K.
It chanced that his next door neigh-
bor was just at this time eating her
dinner. Mr. K. landed in a sitting pos-
ture in the middle of her table, sur-
rounded by snow, broken glass and
china, capsized dishes of food, and still
manfully brandishing his snow shovel.
The shovel told the story to the wid-
ow. Although somewhat disconcerted.
she quickly regained her composure.
recognized the neighbor whom she had
seen pass her door. and exclaimed. po-
Uly: ... __ --. I
"Oh. Mr. K, I am very glad you
have called! I've often heard Mrs. K
speak of your'

Great Rejoicing!
No More Medicinel
The Dr. King Chill Pad cures Chills. If
it fails we refund your money. $100,001"
to back our guarantee. It is a sure pre-
ventative. If your druggist does lunt
keep tnem we will mail you one on re-
ceipi of .rie.-$1.00. THE DR. KING
CHILL PAD CO., Memphis, Teun.

Dolled Rlee.
Thomas Murray, the noted chef, says
many cooks do not know how to do so
simple a thing as to boil rice properly
Each grain of rice. he says. should be
distinct, whole, but at the same time
tender. To accomplish this, a small
quantity of rice should be boiled in a
large pot nearly filled with water. Put
it into cold water and a little salt and
boil rapidly for 20 or 80 minutes. Test
the grains occasionally, and when a
slight pressure between the thumb and
forefinger will crush them they are
done. If allowed to boil till the grains
burst or boiled in a small quantity of
water, the grains will stick together.
When done. drain off the water and set
the rice on the range, where it will
keep. warm. -Excbanga.
$6 a Week to Start.
SWe waut intelligent Indies, or gentle-
men to accentt permanent position in own


Keeps the Belt*
Iod man" contest it

the 3d inst., under the
e New York Athletic
championuitip heavy-
between Jeffries, the
id Sharkey, the sailor,
arded the belt to Jeff-
twenty fifth round.
the defender of the


'lothiugI! *Clothiing I
hat it means when we
complete and prices
F. BRACKIC & SON,

4T have pure blood for
h. Hood's Sarsaparilla
Take Hood's Sar-
would BE WELL.
Easlly Blinded.
ny little story from far-
A tea planter who had
desirous of going away
hu be knew that as soon
who were at work on
ard that hlie had gone

get off? That was the
r much thought an idea
going up to the men. he
thus:
myself will be absent,
re one of my eyes to see
ur work."
o the surprise and be-
-the natives he took out
re and placed it on the
tree and left: For some
m worked like beavers.


a casting furtive glances
%see If it was still watch-
Pt one of them, seizing his
he carried his food, ap-
tree and gently placed it
As soon as they were
tched they all lay down
:efully until sunset.
Awful Ordeal.
Fear, and at one place in
iere Is a crush that sur-
ng else of its kind In the
the great fair of Bawa
Is annually held in the
Pattan, in British India.
honor of the famous St.
surnamed Shakar Gan,.
e. from the fact that his
:ome so pure by continual
whatever was put into his
earth and stones, was in-
ged into sugar.
pal ceremony consists of
agh an opening made in a
ig the shrine, measuring 5
feet, and called "The
adise."
between noon and night Is
through this opening is as-
'adise, and when there are
ng to pass through at the
he crush Is something ter-
in faint, bones are broken,
Is stiilli


tr mo Qunine Tablets.
St refund the money if it
E. W. GROVE'S signature
t. 25c.
id Trasmiasason.
very good transmitter of
ientist of the name of Cal-
ome experiments on Lake
itzerland, to demonstrate
sound to travel a long Way
clock was made to strike
water and was heard to a
2 miles. In a second ex-
striking of a clock was
stance of 27 miles.
iple Coincidence.
incredible triple coincf-
ted in France a few years
4 the deputy for the Ar-
Ferry: for Loir et Cher,
and for the Vosges. M.
98. 101 years earlier, each
been represented in the
Sman of exactly the same
Francisco Call.
ot Her Style.
1" exclaimed the sensa-
as she beat an angry tat-
or with her slipper.
e trouble Can't you get

that lawyer has offered to
hout publicity I"-Wash-

.pled the Surgeons.
told Renick Hamilton, of
n. 0., after suffering 18
ectal fistula, he would die
operation was perform-
ed himself with five box-
s Arnica S.lve, the sur-
on earth, and the best
world. 2a cents a box.
ggists.


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1
Crops ow lee.
Farmers u live in the vicinity of
Muskego la in southeastern Wiscol-
sin. derive proffltaie income from
the lake e h winter by harvesting
hay on the co. 'The shallowness of
the water l the lake bed cauts the
grass growl on the bottom to project
considerable above the surface, and
when the I forms the hay c a be.
cut with gr t ease. though It cannot
be got at rest of the year on ac.
count of th boggy nature of the lake
bottom.
While thb population of France has
Increased o 10 per cent in the last 50
years. the n mber of state officials, ac-
cording to Tnurquan,. shows an in-
crease of 12 per cent.

The shorirl would enjoy her job
better if she learned to sit on the coun-
ter when nif busy -Galveston News

Chanimber-tiii's "aM11 Balm Cures
Otlle q, Why Not You?
Mv wife h s been using Chamberlain's
Pain Balm oth good result for a lame
shoulder ths- has pained her continue Ily
for nine yea We have tried all kinds
of medicine and doctors without receive.
ing any be efit from any of them. One
day we pai an adyertisement of this
medicine av, thought of ring it, which
we did with ho bebt ofsatisfaction. She


"It is an ll Wind f

That Blows Nobody Good."

That small ache or pain Or
weakness is the ill wind"
that directs your attention to
the necessity of purifying
your blood'by taking Hood's
Sarsaparttla. Then your
whole body receives good,
for the purified blood goes
tingling to every organ. It
is the great remedy for all
ages and both sexes.
Dyspepsia Comp icafed with
wer and kidney froaMe, I suffered for
yews from dyspepsia, with severe pains.
Hood's SarsAparida made me strong and
eay B. m fon, Aubun, Me.




Iood's Pis Or Uliver ills; the non-Irrltalng and
tly enathartic t tao ke with Hood's barsaparula.


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Book Swtnvlnl In l eiuin l.
The people of Gangutia. in Bengal.
have a barbarous practice called book
swinging. They deck themselves out
with garlands, and then assemble to-
gether to undergo the most horrible tor-
ture. A wire about a quarter of an inch
in diameter and seven feet long is
pierced through the tongue. and then
the wretched being will dance for over
half an hour with the wire still hang-
ing through the tongue.
Some of them form themselves into a
row and are then sewed together by a
wire needle threaded with cord. They
are sewed by the arms and look like
herrings on a wire when ready for the
book.
It is thought that the victims are
drugged considerably beforehand, owing
to the sullen, dazed expression they
wear throughout, but sometimes one or
two faint and are with great difficulty
brought round again.
Pendulums 'are affected by variations
of density of the air. as well as by
changing temperature.

A man can borrow trouble without
putting up any seeurity.-New Orleans
Picayune.
L. M. Ware goartanteen every hoetle o
Cnamberla n's Cough Remedy and will
refund the money to any one who is not
satisfied after using two-thirds of thei
contents. Thi. is the lbet remedy in ithe
world for lisriotie. coul0ts. eaids. crionn


R. F. BRACKIN. I CAS-3 SI Ol1:E. I L. BRACKEN


R. F. BRACKIN & SON,
DEALERS IN-


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Corner of Bayview and Wyomitni Avenues on Bay Front,
Glassware. Tinware and Notions!
Wint yoi can't tid at aniy th'er Stor, c(oe to the R A C K E T

8 T.O R g and got.

Bread, Pies and OCkes, Specialties.
1. GODARD, Pl'oprietor.


THE POPULAR


PESACOLA, Fla. Oppfste t aiitg oom ol Unin Depot,
Is the Pace for Passengers Coing to and from

ST. ANDREWS BAY.

Rooms Comfortable! Terms Reasonable!



G-Xulf SteEa Shi&p




A L PHAB .LK

Captain, A. E.CLARK.



7Tiuiii rurufnr T Lsser&r Cast ciy 50


r tewer wive wmuinu situ i6u1 wim. -
home while their husbands roam else-
where In search of entertainment if
more wives realized that home should
be something besides a clean place to
eat and sleep in. Men "hate" wom-
en's tea parties and large show func-
tions, but they like dinner and supper
parties. Many families refrain from
entertaining because they cannot do
so on an expensive scale. It is. how -
ever, possible to give small dinners and
suppers that are both enjoyable and
inexpensive. Ask people who either
do or will like each other, and if you
wish the women to have a good time
have just as many men guests as woui-
en guests. If the men are to have a
good time. make sure that some of the
women are pretty and flattering. Men
like to be flattered. Oh. yes, they do.-
Gautlewoman.
The AppetIte of a Goat.
Is envied by all poor dyspopHias wh,,
stomach and liver are out t f order. A
such should know that Dr. King't NA
Life Pills, the wonderful -tonLacl. a
liver reuedy gives a spl'-': t
sound digestion and a regular bodilk
habit that insures perfect health and
great energy 'Only 25 cents at any
drug store.
How to *pen a New Book.
Hold the book with its back on a
smooth or covered table; let the front
board down, then the other, holding the
leaves in one hand while you open a
few leaves at the back, then a few at
'the front, and so go on, alternately*
opening back and front, gently pressing
open the sections till you reach the
center of the volume. Do this two or
three times and you will obtain the
best results. Open the volume violently
or carelessly in any one place and you
will likely break the back and cause a
start in the leaves. Never force the
tig pon it t ekl
tightly or strongly lined.
A connoisseur many years ago. an
excellent customer of mine, who
thought he knew perfectly how to han-
dle books, came into my office when I
had an expensive binding just brought
from the bindery ready to be sent home
He, before my eyes, took hold of the
volume, and tightly holding the leaves
in each hand, instead of allowing them
free play, violently opened it in the
center and exclaimed, "How beautifully'
your bindings open t" I almost fainted
He.had broken the back of the volume,
and it had to be rebound.-"Modern
Bookbinding Practically Considered,"
by William Matthews.

Got the Wrona Wouman.
A pastime which obtains among the
farm classes of Korea. known as the
"packing off of wfdows." consists of a
raid by some disconsolate widower ind
his friends on some village known to con-
tain a young widow, the forcible abduc-
tion of the lady in question and her mar-
riage to the widower. An instance of
this kind has recently come to our no-
tice. A widower living in one of the
villages of Kangwha with 11 friends
went to a hamlet close to the walls of
Kangwha city where a widow lived
and seized and carried off. after some-
what of a battle, a young lady. It so
happened, however, that they had mis-
taken the house and unfortunately got
hold of the wrong lady. Early the next
morning an indignant posse came in
pursuit, but the men who had commit-
ted the dastardly deed succeeded in
eluding them.. The young lady, how-
ever, was rescued, and after the housa
of the widower and its contents had
been completely demolished she was
escorted home in triumph by her hus.
band and his friends.-Kobe Chronicle.


EL:R,-AT'ES:


Mobile toSt A .. rews Bay and 5 O t And s Bay to Apalachicola..
*" Apalachicola.......... 7 0i Carrabelle..... 3 V'
CarraLelle ............ 8 00 Apanlachicola to Cai rabelle .......

EAST BO'JND. WEST BOUND.
LEAVE. A lRIVE.
5th, 15thand 25th at7 p.m.. .........Mobile...........12th, 22d and 2d a. rr.
7th. 17thand27th p.m... Su AndrewBay.... th, stand st a. n
S"m ..Cromanton..... ...11th,"23 -Aand let'a.m.
8th, 18th and 28th a.m..........Apalachicolai........1lth, 2t annd Ist p. m.,
ARRIVE.. LEAVE.
9th, 19th and 29th a m...........Carrabelle .. f1th, 20th and 30th no(..

Connects at Apalachicola with steamers up Chattahooehee River. At
Carrabelle with 2. T. & G. Railroad for' Tallahassee.
For further information. freight, rates and special rates for lrgpe puar it-
Address, CAPT. )AS. CLAIlKK, Mobile, Alabama.


He Made a Sale.
A big down town .department store
bhas a young man employed as rug
salesman who at times evinces genius
In the highest degree.
Into the store there recently came a
South Side society woman well known
for nervousness and a tendency to
flounder about In her topics of conver-
sation. She desired a rug of a certain
slae. The young man got down two or
three to show her. In the middle of
his explanation as to quality and price
she turned away and began to examine
goods on a neighboring counter. Then
she went back to the young man and
wanted to look at some more rugs. lie
started to spread one out. when she
wandered away again. Wbhen she r,.:-
turned the third time. he had a tool
placed in an angle of the counter and
suggested that perhaps she would be
seated wl!le he got the rug.
.- -- ht.-t haJ taka n _Jar... t ._Ja
spread tole rug so that it effectually
blocked the angle and prevented her
escape. He bhid up the edge of the
rug fanrest from her so she couldn't
walk over It. and so kept her penned
up while be explained how fine a rug
It was. She made two or three at-
tempts to get down. but with no sue.
cea,a and finally bought the rug to ob-
tain her release.-Chicago News.


I MATERNITY I


is relieved of its dread, doubt, pain
and weakness by
e. F. P.
(Serw tale's Fre le Paikhaea.)
wAD som oev TRivis ariDsas DOLIUR&s
After spedintg SLOW with our nilly physcian,
and my witbed Ntered the amny a1luments thai
*eSMpy two y706 1of hloness, Ihad concluded
thet I nuest slo".. I we entreated and finally
lad1 4N to try 0... with ianal in consequence
se or tree = ehdre hae been added others. I
-kt oths teo show bow much ood the medicine
241 Ir. It not only eured her, bt ha given her
abundeat tdrent be, ao ber .U of her household
dUte wthot hirod hei. TYou can always rely on
me one *t your tre msupporters.
Moateale, TeonM. J. I. TRUSSELL.
Try 0. F.P. at once. It will make
you strong,vivacious,regular and cure
you of any form of female weakness.
PRIOC 1.001 A *SOTTLS.
we teo ..3a3353351.1 cM'e Ia ebevgeE i
ledl tl exl lelu i AUs lls ll bI ysur ei. |
Wi e di t ulu w l)T MI kow tos rn se


C'hainese Tforture.
The ingenuity of the Chinese in de-
vising punishment for offenders sar-
passe that of the most ,ruel people of
the middle ages. Some time ago a boy
was kidnapped from a village about 81j
ilee from Chin-Kiang and, brought to
hat city to, be sold. The kidnaperjs
were arrested and returned to the vil-
lage, where the people dug a hole in
the ground, like a grave, about three
feet deep, covered the bottom and sides
with unslaked lime, placed th. offend-
er, with his hands and feet tied. npon
the lime and covered his body with the
same material. Then they filled the
hole full of water and as the lime
slacked he was roasted alive and his
body coasanmd.

HYPNOT MA Fortune in it
HYPNo You ro. SIaltini KF
ient Frce. "un can be nliitlt ii IpltIi-
.did H notir it oii.e _
.-d(fr-- i, YOU'NG,
36);3 H oenry t., Prooklyn, N. Y.

PARKER'8S
HAIR BALSAM
Clames, and baeinfles the hbat.
rI olaiA oi n xturiamt growt.
a^H^ ^--ever Parl to Restoreawp
Srair to iA Youthru color.
C-ree lea p dia Mse hair .lt..


SENT FREE
to housekeepers-

Liebig COMPANY'S

Extract of Beef

COOK BOOK-
telling how to prepare many deli
cate and delicious dishes.
Address Liebiet Co..
H. 0. Box 2718, New York.


BOA RING.


MRS-


L. STONE.


Oor. Buena Vista Avenue and
Drake Street,
Is Prepa,'od to Enteitlsin

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fails to cur<
on every bo
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Water is
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Geneva. Sm
the power o
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distance of
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district ha
chamber ljy
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Thtirsday, Nov. 9., 1899.

ST. ANDREWS
PRICES CURRENT.
GROCERIES.
4'ttar. lT Tea, lb
Granulated ...... 6 He No....... 55
CoIfee,A ...... 5S Gunpowder.. 40
Lt brown..... 5 Uncol'd Jap.40-60
Coffee, Cond milk, V can
Green.... 12@20 Unsweetn'a.10
Arbuckle.B>, 12-15 Sweetened..... 8
iinger sniaps 31b25 Baking powder
7rackert,soda 1O Royal ........ 50
-nbacco, plug "tWa0O Campbell. .... 10
Ais tla Canned fruit
London layer.1-15 Peaches.... 10am20
Vale. t .. 8 Tomatoe.mi ..... S l
ie 64 Apples......... it
p. le Pears .... .. 1
K1,v~ por.tled . 124 i'lums ... ... I
Si~:i Peacles Apricot ... .1-0
CoVtl OOil prgal 1...5 Strawlerries l
;qli e." .. .. 2 'ilteapple .. -'.
S:loridin Srup. 41' C:inned MlMeitI
hinty......-- .01 On url.tf I.s1
.neg . ...... .30 Couined Beel.. 15
hocse pr l.... I. LChipped Reetlli-2 ,
Butter... 25'-30 Lobster....... 20
Lard .... b-l Salmon...... 5
cans .. ........ 4 Cm I iticd Vegetahlev
eocoiiultt p kg... 10 Baked Beans.. 1
i* it Ptldit.ll ... 10 Corn ......10@t i
jeliy. gla-i l01,02 Peas .......... 10
i.hnel, i,' ... 4 I'umpkin .... .12
Eggs p, r ,i,. 15
P1'OVISIONS.
Flour Pork
Ain'nSwan .4.2.25 D:S. pr t ......7
Majestic .... 2.75 Bacon Sides.....84
Corn tiMealprbu60-70 Fresh ....... nal0
Oat Meal pr lb>.. .5 Br'kf'stBacon. I1I
Corn perlI .... .. 55-60 Ham canvassedl21
potatoes Shoulders..... 10
Irish ....... 1 20 Beef'
Early It'se seed 1.20 Corned... .....8..
Sweet ....60@75 Fresh ...... .. Sait
Salt, pr sack... 85 Dried ........ 25
'Table ....... 5 Milk pr qt ...... 10
HARDWARE.
Nails, uer 1b3"&a4 Ax.with handle. 75
Galv wire do.6a6i Hoes, eacha....35a50
Manilla rope ...9Oal20opper paint, can 45
Stoves cook,. .$8a25 Linseed oil, gal55@60
Pipe, per joint 15
DRY GOODS,
Prints, per yd. 5aS Cheeks .......5a5yo
Sheetings . 5a. Flannel. ..... 15a40
Muslin....... 9allF Tread per spool. 5
Jeans ....... 15a45 Shoes, ladies.$la2 75
Extra pants pat 225 Men's... $1 40a300
MISCELLANEOUS.
Hay pr cwt. .75al.15 Oats pr hu........ 55
Bran .. ...... 1.25 Brick pr M.... 13.00
tupt' Sisal .....7@9 Lime pr I'lM ....... 75
FRUIT and NUTS.
Oranges pr doz. Pecans pr lb..... 15
Apples........ 12 Walnuts. ........ 20
Lemons ........ 25 Almonds........ 15
OY STERS
ii bhiell pri,000 1.50 Opened pr qt .. 15c
LIVE STu'CK.
Hri.. $. .. 30n1000 Cows...... .$5at$25)
Msles. .. $5Jai$1olI H,:......... $3,~ 4
'Ixen I'i yuke $311 ..I liip .. ...... .
o'licken" icnrl l ."'3 t.ee.,: ench. 4.,5 sl
k .ii . ; I. l t) .n l 'in ,s . ... . I .'> -i20

Mile pr doz lSc Mullt.t I i il 4.50
T'ro'it .. ., -5 'l'rut ........ 4,50
i'...l lpull plr tl. Pompano .... 10. 1
t u gen .ii. 10 M t 1.LU M )EIR.
F11,o1i g1 Ceiling.
.-.tI F .t.* 4.00 Heart, I nm...$14.00(
t.ce ... 12.00 Face ... 12.011
Sup .. 10,0( Sap ... 10.01m
Drop aiding, Claplboards,
teart face jin 14.00 'xb in. .$ 2.0()
un 10.00 Fin.isainitg !uin-
.:1:l'ir lmret,. @12 her, d. $12@15.00
Ienart shmgile. 2.50 Lath, I. .... 2.41(
S" 1i.50 Boat luIttber,
dressed.... $20

$100 Reward. $100.
The readers of this paper will be pleas-
sd to learn that there is at lea-t one
dreaded disease that science has been
aile to cure in all its stages, and that ;s
Catrar'.. Hall's CatarrhCure is the only
positive cure is nown to the medical Ira-
ternity. Catarrh being a constitutional
disease, requires a constitutional treat-
ment. Hital's Catarrh Cure is taken in-
ternally. acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system, there-
by destr ving the foundation of the dis-
ease..and giving the patient strength by
building up tle constitution and assisting
nature in doing its work. The proprie-
tors have so much faith in its curative
c.owers that they offer One Hundred Dol-
ners for anby case that it fails to cure.
Address
F. J. CHENEY & Co. Toledo, O.
Sold'bhy druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best..


A Manrel of the Eaat.
Among other feats In the east the
learning by heart of the Koran is very
widespread. N:,t only men. but wom-
repeat the holy bo.k from egnniRg to
end without a mistake. Taklrg it in
round numbers, the Koran contains.
together whti the additions. Which are
included In the recitation, some 60,000
wvortl9. This is about the length of an
averaite up to (late novel, but, unlike
the novel, there are no connecting links
-ti me whole book lieing a confused and
much mutilated jumble-to enable the
reciter to remember. To make the
least error would be a deadly din, yet
even children can go through it,
But this Is not all. For an Arabic
child to recite the Koran is wonderful
enough, no doubt. but he understands
what he Is saying-it Is not to him an
unknown language-but for a child cf
another nation to recite it from begin
Onig to end, without understanding tbe
',rdis eih is saying, is n Uhmuci. uiore
S.'nde'rfull feat of memory. and very
Ivw of those ontsihd' Arab)in who can
I.-..ite the Korn' kiowv lOlre t 'ti a
f. \ of the simuplest words. if they know
S*.'se.
"The loss of gold is great; the loss of
,ialth is more Health la lost by neg-
-cf ing to keep the blood pure. Hood's
'.-iaotparills purifies, enriches and vital-
,/es the blood and thus saves both gold
..d health. Al
food's Pills cure billiausncss, sick
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Yankee Dewey.
Contributed by a St. Andrews lad.
Yankee Dewey went to sea
In an armed cruiser;
He took along for company,
Of men and guns a few, sir.
Chorus:'
Yankee Dewey. ha, ha. ha-'
Dewey, your a dandy;
With men, and guns and cruisers,
voJ
Are certainly quite handy.
He sailed.unto the Philippines,
With orders that he "snatch" them.
He smashed the Spanish right apd
left,
Wherever he could catch them.
Chorus:
Yankee Dewey did it, too;
He did is so complete, sir,
That not a single ship was left
Of all tne Spanish fleet, sir.
Chorus:
IUvmrled Diet.
An amusing story sla told of an old
time soldier who loved liquor better
than food, and was bound to have his
diet according to his taste. !t was in
the days when British soldiers pro-
vided themselves with ratios out of


.tZ a- At


Ing of the men a strict insecton of
the daily mess was Instituted. It was
found that unless this was done many
sollder ould go without mat n or-
der that they might haye money to buy
grog
Donald loved whisky, and could live
very well on oatmeal. Therefore he
eschewed butcher's meat. But at the
daily mess it was essential that bh
should have meat before him.
For a long time Donuld saved his
money, and yet, to all, appearance,
lived up to the requir(.'nts. When
the officer went his round Donald had
his mess before him. It was tripe.
tripe, and tripe again for a change.
"Do you always eat tripe?" asked the
inspecting officer, becoming a little sus-
picious.
"Always, your honor." replied Don-
ald.
The officer stuck a fork into the dish
before him.
"Well, Donald," he remarked, "I nev-
er before saw tripe with buttons on
it."
The meat proved to be a slice from a
pair of leather breeches.-Youth's Com-
panion.
The Accident of Butter.
It is said Arabs first made butter.
They were carrying milk in skins on
the backs of camels, and the steady
ci-,-i .h:irned the fluid into hitter
Used by British Soldiers in Af-
rica.
Capt. C. G. Dennison is well known all
over Africa as commander of the forces
that captured the famous rebel Gajithe.
Under date of Nov. 4, 1897, from Vryv.
liit, Bechananliand, lie writes: "''Bfore
-mart:ig on the last campaign I bought a
quantity of Chliimberlain's Colic, Cholera
.mi.] Di Lrrihoea 11. n, ,l, which I used my-
-clf when troubled with bowl complaint,
and bad given to my me... andl i every
case it proved most ,enctieia:." For sale
by L. M. Ware, St. Andrews and Bay-
head and all -nedicine dealers.

LEGAL' NOT.ICES.
Notice of ElIctlon.


Whereas, the term of office of .the pres-
ent Board of Tr, steecs for Special Subl
District. Number Two (2) Lasexpired: It
is ordered that an election be held in said
Special Tax School District Number
Two (2), located at St. Andrews Biay, to
determine who shall lie Trustees for the
succeeding, two years and the number of
mills of District, School Tax to be levied
for each of said years, on the 21st day of
November, A. D. 1899. G. I. BUSH,
W. C. LocKy:v, Ch'n Bd. Pub. Ins.
Co. Su-pt. and Secy.
Notice in Foreclosure.
First Judicial Circuit of Florida-Cir-
cuit Court of Washington County.
E. 0. William compl)lainanii, vs. R. E.
Bonduranit, M. S. Bonduraet and Robert
J. Lowry, defendants.
It is ordered that the defendants, R.
E. Bondurant, M. S. Bondurant and Rob-
ert J. Lowry appear, plead, answer or de-
mur to the bill filed against then herein
on the following dates, the said R. E. and
M. S. Bonduraat on the 16th day of De-
cember, A. D. 1899!, and the said Ro)ert
J. Lowry on the 18th day of November,
A. D. 1899.
This order to be published in the Rt
Andrews Buoy, a newspaper published in
said county of Washington, for the period
of eight consecutive weeks prior to said
sixteenth day of December, A. D. 1899,
and four consecutive weeks p-ior to said
eighteenth day of November, A. D. 1899
Witness may b4nd and official seal
tOiN the 6th day of October A.k. D.
(L. S.] 1899. W. B. LASSITTER,
Clerk ,"f the Circuit Court afokesaid.
BUTLER & FLOpD.
L' implainai l 'iit Solicitors. .


Notice.
Ad persons are hereby warned that I
will not hb responsible for any debt con-
tracted by my wife, "Betty," from and
after this date, asI will not pay any debt
she may make. H. S. WELCH.
A'ig. 31, y99.


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Personal.
Messrs. J. L. Bryan and R. C.
Cock of Jackson county were guests
at tihe S one Honse Monday night,
and left on tie North Bfay mnail
launch, Tuesday morning.
Mr. L. Harrison of Peoria, Ills., it.
spending a week or two in St. An-
d ew, and is eatablishiedl in hiis own
cottage oil eck street, north ul \Vvy-
iaInlig avenue. During a pleasant
cail t ithe B uiy ,ificoe he.Sninforante
lie e tilir that hI-. b tteei hall, %hl io


4 ,,gular anti well-known winter vi..-


-.1r nItulil be her ian December iui
her customany sojourn. /
M
,,unlty. ya.; 'Th ou. Sui iu ers ol
I'hipiev, anI TIs. Gaier of Ec. tiia ,ir"ve in on ,Frida} niorr.ing ai,,
catmuped for several tdays InI the grove
s.rlthea.st ol the Buoy office, in quest
*>t such atTinMeminent and pleasure aS'
tily 0o tioundi o1. St. Andrew-
Bay.
W. H. Parker i1 Parker.im attendi-
.iitz curt at Vetiion thii week, am
il or.
J. F. Rb,;tson, w'io amis been head
carpenter for the St. ,Aidutw Lum-
i.-r Connitany, hias reMi;ned hlis I6Os.i.
tion, Mind accompanied by his ajinst-
,int, Aithur Stanley, spent several
lays in St. Andrews, guests at the.
Stone House before proceeding to
Pensacola.

A Sadly Lost Dme..
When last in New York. Carnegie
bad a bitter experience with a messen-
ger boy, whose tardiness in delivering
a business message came near upsetting
a deal of great importance. Referring
to this incident while at dinner with
friends that evening, he told of an office
boy who worked, for him many years
ago when be was of far less importance
in the commercial world.
"James,." said Mr. Carnegie. "was a
willing boy. but his ability a stut-
terer was simply wonderful, and I of-
ten found it more convenient to aSta.D
to little errands myself than to wait for
his explanations. One day a neighbor
wanted to send a nice note clear across
the city, and I permitted James to carry
it for him. The trip was a long one.
and James was gone quite three hours
When he returned, I asked him how
much he had charged for his services.
"'Fi-fin-fi-fi-fl-fi-fifteen c-c-c-cente I
was the gasping reply
'Why didn't you make it a quar-
ter?' I asked.
*I c-c-c-c-c-could-could-couldn't
u-s-s-u-say it.' he replied, with tears as
well as hyphens in his voice
"Right then I made up my mind
never to give any one my services with-
out first making" sure that I could recite
my price without stuttering, and I
never have. "-Cincinnati Enquirer


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A Town of ConsOmm
Forty years ago the in
Mentone. France. and A
were a healthy. happy rad
physique, to whom consi
absolutely known.

the consumptive. The
their farms and their he:
wait on the wealthy Inv
ers' wives and daughters
erwomea. constantly bhau


s.
nts of
bborhdod
splendid
ton was


A? lives to
|d. Farm-
takne wash-


Impregnated with theg (a of con-
sumption. Thousands of
died there. Impregnating molptlves
the water with the germs he soil and
ease.
As a result. the earth, and water
of Mentone are infested Wih the tuber-
cle bacillus, and the once hi etuber-
antry are consumptives ,-althy pas^
man and a woman. No mt or startling proof of the utco pl the
once derided germ theory f ,ose the
could well be Imagined tb .ftis.
"A Itttlmg Phrr
"Are you seriously il?'aked the
well meaning friend. ,
"Oh, no," answered th dypept
with a jarring, sarcastic laugh. "I
hurt all over and don't ce whether
the sun rises tomorrow ot. But
I'm not seriously ill. I jo'osely.
flippantly and farcically 11 oi
through all the symptoms, bt don't
mean on. of them." -.ashington
star.shngto
"I h id dyspepsia fitty-sev4
never found permanent reli- n ar.s s,'d
Kodol Dysnepsia Cure. N till I use4
and feel like a new man,l ww I aSm well
Fleming, Murray. eb. It i writes S. J.
ostantknown. Cures all fi the best di-
estion. Physicians ever rnis of ndi-
scribe it. R. F.Brackin & Swhere pre-
-. "
The Compeyr sto .
On one of the trolley Hiled! in .o
a well known amusement leading to
have a system whereby t cars arey
stopped at certain points tallow uar
formed inspectors to couo a.o w -
sengers, presumably aa a the p a.
conductors. Among the p...er oa
the car was a well dress angers on
e o5ng fel-

Jokes at other people's esx
the car stopped for tht e When
had a lot of fun thrusting nt up, he
Inspector. the conductor a sbe a the
ley company people In genDed the t=l-.
ly. just as the car was araL Filnalt
some its journey, he called ut to re-
"Say. Mister Inspector. ut:
me." u missed
The Inspector turned and
young fellow over very ca looked the
"Humph!' he retorted. fully.
company can stand it. I pes the
much." idn'twn
Then everybody laughed.
fellow got red In the face, the_ y g
man turned on the currem 0 mowt
car sped onward.-Pla 'ndd the
-,~ phbia In


quirer.
Am AwNtl 3lnuod
At a Rosenthal recital It
young pianist of consider
prominence sat in a stage b
lowed the performance by
the scores of the several
which composed the program
was evidently deeply Intel
stopped at Intervals to exel
with a companion who sat 1
All went beautifully until
came to the last piece, a tr
heavy Liszt. In the midst
cate passage, the lady, mu
rose in her box. holding out
music toward the stage
wrong! That's wrong!"
"You should have crossed
there."--4an Francisco Wai
Whole Tootl Col
Whales' teeth form the
the Fiji Islands. They
white and red. the red
worth about 20 times as
white. The native carried
round his neck. the red a!


to his black skin. comm
ous sight In toe Fiji island
married wife presenting
with a dowry of whales'

AmothrW View of the
"I firmly believe." she
woman should have the ri
pose."
"Of course," if woman pr
replied. "she would give
meant ring and other prese
of receiving them."
"On second thought." she
"perhaps it would be bet
change existing conditions.
Post.
Westley VeSetrl
John Wesley. the founder
dism. seems to have been
pioneer of the temperance
but also an apostle of TPeg
He states in one of his ser
for several years he subsistt
toes and found that doing so
largely to promote that splen
which he enjoyed.
Among the Phlcnicians, I
days. the wearing of earrin
badge of servitude.
W ANTED--SEVERAL BRI
HONEST persons to reprer
Managers in this and close y
'Salary $900 a year and expenses.
iona-fide, 11o mo:e. no less s:tia
t...na an_ vit-. Ona-ri..-- .--


Seattle a
ible sod4al
ax and fol-
r means of
morceaus
pbme. She
esd, and
nge noteF
eblnd her
the artist
aendousbl
f an intri
!h excited.
the roll of
"*That'p
she cried
our hand


ge of
being
ss tht
wealtlJ
Wite


husband
1.

.tier.
Id. "that
t to pro
oses." he
engage-
instead
rswered.
not to
hicago


Method.
only a
cement.
rlanlsm
us that
on pota-
ouduced
health

ancient
was a

T AND
ill U ii".
Intuti asi
;i aight,
Posi-


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The L.ah Weem't o* a0 Bar.
It is maid that Professo ckle of-
ten told this aneddote himself."
This genial old professor ed to fortn
a very picturesque feature the Edin-
burgh streets. He was a ari old pa.
triarch. with handsome ~at ,rres and
hair falling ring lets aito. is ashoul.
ders. No onei who had MnD Im could
possibly forget him. One 'a be was
accosted'by a very dirty UltteP black
with his "Shine your boots% "r The
professor was Impressed l filthi-
ness of the boy's face.
"I don't want a shlne. m. ad." said
he. "But if you'll go and sh your
face I'll give you slxpence.
"A' richt sir," was the 1I's reply.
Then he went over to a boring
fountain and made his ablit s. Re-
turning, he held out his I 4 for the
money.
"Well. my lad." said tT professor,
"you have earned your six ie e. Here
It is."
"I dinna want It," retuir-c the boy.
with a lordly air. "Ye can 1 p it and
get yer hair cut." .1
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'vigor
increases the circulation in
the scalp, gives more power
to the nerves, supplies miss-
ing elements to the hair
bulbs.
Used according to direc-
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show color in a few days.
Soon it has all the softness
and richness of youth, and
the color of early life returns.
Would you like our book
on the Hair? We will gladly
send it to you.


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Write Nor
If you do not obtain all the
enetfits you expected from
he Vigor, write the doctor
bout it. He may be able to
suggest something of value
o you. Address, Dr. J. C.
Lyer Co., Lowell, Mass.
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queer as Diek'w Hatl'and.
Good stories of William Morris are
told by J. W. Mackall In his "Life."
"Morris went to Jones' on Sunday
night," runs a note in Miss Pierce's
diary, "wtlle they were here, and his
hair was so long and he looked so wild
that the servant who opened the door
would not let him in, thinking he was
a burglar."
Morris had a temper, also sound
teeth. OGce. In a fury, he bit a silver
table fork all out of shape. On anoth-
er occasion he hurled a fifteenth cent,
tury folio at a workman. The book
went through the workshop dowo. In
his fits of anger Morris would drive his
II or bite deep into
the window frame.
Morris was honestly a socialist. When
his workshops and their contents were
worth $75,000, he surrendered all prof
its and took foreman's wages, thus en-
abling the business to pay $1.50 per
week better wages to each mam.
Morris began designing, wall papers
abd deeoratibns by accident, because
be couldn't find any fit to buy. Nor
did he use in designing, except at first.
sad colors. Once he showed a rich
eastomer some bright Hammersmith
carpets.
"Are these all?" asked the buyer
"But I thought your colors were sub-
dued "
"If you want dirt," said Morris, "you
an find that in the street."
And to the street the customer went.

How Ther Faved Cable Tolls.
Every American traveling abroad
knows that be Is able to notify his
friends in America of his safe arrival
to Paris by registering his name at one
of the newspaper offices. The names
are cabled over every day and appear
on the following morning in the New
York editions.
This custom struck two smart busl-
ness men as being open to large possi
blisties. One of them goes to Paris
every spring upon business, and, in or-
der that the one who remains in New
York should he kept posted as to what
his partner is doing, a large amount of
cabling is necessary
In order to economize in this matter.
It is said that the two partners ar-
ranged a cipher, made up of family
and Christian names. Evry day that
thle partner in Paris tranuieted some
'business he walked into the newspaper
office and registered there under some
name and address that conveyed to fils
Ille4 ^ .1> York an.1"1111upeddea of
the prawaes be was making.
The name. initial and place of resl-
deuce registered represented some item
of Information which the partner In
New York learned next day upon read-
log the newspaper's list of arrivals to
Pari.--Stray Stories.
A Little Mattew Amont PrIenda.
Twd boys were in fighting attitude
Uke bantams; another and a smaller
one stood watching them. wiping his
eyes, sobbing the while.
"What did yer hit him, for?" said
one. /
*' 'Tain't none of your business.'
"Yes. it is; he's my friend."
"ell,. he's my friend too."-New
York Commercial Advertisr -


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How is this?
Perhaps sleepless nights
caused i4, or grief, or sick-
ness, or perhaps It was care.
No matter what the cause,
you c.u.nnot wish to look old
at thihty.
Grmy hair Is starved hair.
The hair bulbs have been
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.- T T T mero'Lv lj, pis as.-Itl happened. .
MOBILE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. A %. '-v jtwl -. a-'. I,was aboutrt, cloe
________________s'_^ "' _M T'_r_'-__. '. Ithe. wfhnd retire, when: I was
W AuD-. dudeuly d with the conviotipn.
LY Pres,t. F. DRAGO, Mr. [lNATION. tht the not as I had left it.
S. -- Something yva different; I could not
I II I y C. Harry CTandy. say what, Iut I bad a district Idea

L.l -- .0 dthat.-tbere .Wa difference. Puzzled.
r1rmm" mwr 4 Vv.am .m =-.-vm =Ho noTmme* 1. 0no L t staed.'tilht .-the lamp. when I
~1 IF "' I 1" 01011,* tian i il Jt.t H1 most plainilih ir,,hthsounJ,.of. 1u low.,
11111 ln'ln + nlfl I"n1 |tn mi si APri.ze,. .minof'rchorn icdrd struck- with'a

M iTtIk-rs eI dIas *AN ofb i1poor'1letle
I&4-to.164 N Comm W fe ,.t.h MOBILE. Ala. t.r1. n i em oourco tl p. be'I" t~hlsa.,an d onent-
*; o ( -r a :' i r T .thene 1%.oVL'uln C r I Iehposed aud
A1 lIA m l --? 1- )"- f J rsonalm -owdre,. b rad pad.1 'p t h I (,i t-. Jely toward the plant.
N I T H tl 41 e'vnle i fo1n m itI'" r-tresep.'?ffth..t ohle- .iy'in..'
S11 n I r i I I'il 1 i ,<* *r .i '. .... '-* ,;Klearimig d4'-wI .. *-i ,2 *'i :ltq '.I WI
lnds IWh bren J k' h 1s m'6e. a alone in third I klew if that pl.
it.i, 'eqi~M.t Llt a4~,,my.. .l e tP ano,-w s thlo ii of the soutd I.'liad
i,, I .s .,k rit / t, ,.,ilee ,' i"gser'entertam iuents prores just hvardth it was produced by-
..- BAY ItEAD .t Jp -.,JI'1 .* _. i d iL~tb .l tfob'g'btI 'should'be-l st off- some otLhetli, ordiiiary means. I*
rt#t f lad done my share in playing lighted thePh There stoCod tbe plo
St 'I : the nlano for them alp evening-but ano. lid oq'st s I n a.l left it-si,
. .- they .would not LaveAtt-so. "We havr lent as I 1 ft it-witU 'the excep.
seen. nT the artsill e evening said Jen: .tion that t 'asthe overtone of a
'* 1, ^1 IIilI u V l ,. !,1 ,.t l S ,- ..s L t~, .. ,:/pedal held' note srn] v b'rating
S1 l ll J! et us have ok at thle an we u ed softlv in t i. I looked. involun
I to kqow." 1 still begged to be excuaed,-.tarijly at t dal. Ge'uLleien. that
SAR REPAR '0 FURNIH but tb' crowd, a rmerrv one at .te.It '..pedal was l n' v!-rt is monstrous.
.......... ..... --- woulf ot have it so. 4' 6 n 0 ,it Is Inced B t'it is a fact-that
__Bu aod Pr S I 0 "ampagne!" tfr pe w a I en


i ,. a n,, o now of y,. 0 .
S .laun' cha 'k |j ,sr s,. p foot"o.:',
THE PATRONAGE OF THE PUSLId O I T;ut I u I.. tal:en caies-,
will you ot orad r, "Toa i
AW'Terms cash or endorsed notes, - tbt 'r happened 1<6'i 1 B eT t "t I'
you d'.oe.Nla&a.tjon. I dq4not profesdi struck andl le
S. to'unders d it.,.,1 an only] tell ,yo1iof bodily' 1 ot
B-.Vr. sleS .just what iauppened and lei Jou juqge usu&lS are
THE PEOPLEVS .E E forl ye. .., -- ..
S" .. N . "I ,ws studying hard." I continued, took a seop.
---- .. I "in tole winter of 187-, hoping to pro- As I did so nc
P'l ilSBUR G ON EAST BAY gress'far enough bfooreJuneIun mnu. agin.n, but naw
sical studies to be able to tAke a few8 saw the keys
=iK i = =AH..84 Ri irlr"|0-,,M ,m.'pupils in the summer, In der to earn heard tit s!un
1-%T4 e w 0 J I a -. t-.i -* .i enough to continue at the consery.'.tgry a btll. I stni:
S* In the fall. I was a: poor man'then. walk-'] an uht
L eads in Low Pr es and G d IFivetcents then ofte;mesit a-dinner door, inrnea.
L eads in Low Prices and G ood or me, A dollar was, untold wealth., weakly into
GOODS. 1s I walked often three and four miles to. am e,'thet'd
ue ,n th....- ."..... save car fare, and I have known what crazy or I atn
He 'invites: the purchasing pUblic to. call. it means toto.sqneakin'g' up a side brace up uandc
Exam'ne his stock- andl GET PRI'O E street in 9r er not to meet a friend as I tox t d t
examine s tock and. A JP I ES~ ~~*. lest .he hur'my pride by asking me stole through
--B "". f." .'. -*- Sa..ed L" : let him be ilmy-banker. I have'gne 'strain of musI
Pras m8 Hifghest Price for Green Salted ALIGATOIIt ES ragged and hunguy,.have been 0old and merriest strairi
.. without shoeis, that I might .pay th ed, spellboun?
S. -'-" rent of tpe piano I loved and in some anything like
--- R way ktrAgge on toward my goal? that ever since.
of a musician who should.win-not only compositions t
SR' '" money, but fame. Rather a large am- ever I am-it
; bition for'a poor'man of 24. with no sitlon-but I m
j If yT .need FR .R IT TRE ktnd, i n prospects but work and debts, no hope poser, bea us. ~
SIfy- .edFoTREpykindcall on for anything but in the distant future. .able tp do an
SI and nothing to warrant that butan "The music
T ... AInborn conviction thatV there was music minAtes, the
SI .. in him and the kindness of some of his specta as it b
1 Itealers. My parents, most of my being. The e
S friends, all told me repeatedly I was a 'every note. epe
-'-1 *BfooL :1'had had good chances to go pressed by a f
S' I nto business, could have been a young ( witl,. that rad
40 42 & 44 S Palafo st Pen ac i Fl man of some.social prominence aod fat the muskit
a. have had all the luxuries-that I lack- it had begun-.
LAR -ed at-that time,-but I preferred muscle mind. I s,'.- s
SA R E T T, O K and starvation. 1I tell you all this rhat sweet.Jaugh-' I
SI '' 'ST you may realize what It meant to me Quite willing-"
S when a Mr. Elliott offered a prize of have been nill
$2,000 to the pupj-@f le,
U ~ a l rllC X servatory who should __$-A 11
LE PaE ^ time compose and play the most mert- -1 W r it t
-- ..._ torfous composition. I thought that if what is rea'
S. I could win that 'prize my troubles know It (fruotL
would be over indeed. There was played for ua
enough to keep me two years at least forgten. alio u
.4 8 from' want and pay for my musical able to play vt
.' M t I P 'Sl "I soon saw the list of entries for the that I Lha'v o
COM E CE S ST'-F A f o's ST RE competition, and, while finding many pi-olfs. I wil te'
,. u names tha,'f had totlexpected to con- had my pin
0 t? At'O ,t U ...y '. tend with, I was not;,utterly disheart- new ly tuned el
ened -until I saw the names of two of there s a..o
r ..d, : a a,', e, e, *.' i l the most phfmising of-th 'senior class. renuipositi.mn, -,:1
F ri sh n d9Hr fl {ll ll^a^Ra tee ul Vr It had never occurred to me that- I ninor third t
SO slaranteed urity, ould hav oe to o ee with scholars that amount in
Soit of my own class. I was' dsglsted, 'the three atr g
W. G. MITCH LL, P ROPR ET' J a id had It not been for the comfort of, .tr A ndat' .
M, 'i at G. mITCL> LL, RO 'I T one friend, the only friend,'who was gather. ,'.
Offers His Professional Services to the didtzefii of Sf Andieas and never too tired to' give me a word of P "That. ge- em
Surrounding Country' 'w encouragemtent, the little girl whom I ily usperien .
Ma .be 'd at his resi,, P n p.lel Vista en knew believed In me-had it not been my last. Pc ap
-e ..... n at his ,e .;s ". B '' . 'Vt ::. f. for her I must necessa- ily-'tve be- tdid the'stor to l
' .. cme so discouraged as to give it all up lqg the coulrin t
and go Into busfneds after all. *hle. Elliott p e.
""11hkd three months to work in, three "girded mne as h
months"to"eompose. learn and play a kiray, Lthy I in
composition whichl-Jbould the best out of 40 entries, quite a task, kbling, me to on
"' ''., , ... ,: at 'the least., I went to work, but Win Iu.t su es
whether it was owing to the hunger have,'as i y
that often kept' me lying sleepless in offer. ,it.lis n
M ; ',.'*m W V iFL, H my bed I do not know, but all my ef- nmust be to u.
S" ... forts appeared to be tame, poor, what for help. to a e
SA T I we call colorless. never come' ear
A) T A R R I N "It was at this time, WhenI used my qrst. I shall e
S* last shred of patience, 'that Elsa. my. ,any of you tent
D ry G goods, G groceries ,H arldw are little friend; was kllled-kll:ed by the 'jthe ubject."'W,
ods, r drunkenness of a switchman, murder- y.
B ufVTLDERS' r SU PP ed by the carelessness of a railroad' ,. ,
company who will employ such a man". 1he wi f
S Yes, just a conmnon railroad accident, -'id loeb ii
Ship [Chandlery Sat h, Etc. Etc., Etc buti t ,killed and any hope I had groi
1, * * of winning that prizt ent like a flash. pas c..
S -o-o- o I ihad no room in my heart for any- ro aid in Ing
bG'.XOR thing. but grief. e T
..-..-.---- "I had not withdrawn my for 'f ..et
I t l not to-appear. 'b 'the light of future balar"'
Sn events, it was a fortunate thing that I Iona'fi nr
l A n A UH A I ..... didf not; perhaps It was all a part of' 'ion tr.ehniani f'
.... L sO FOR the strange experience that I am about oank any ,

Sehrs. Nettle, Cteopatra and WWm. Crawford. ', was a old March n 1ght had beeD
nodded, his head and gulped down a Ca
THE LUM BI A G GAR DEN PI l ila sshfaixpange). and he had been Anoldcol d
I___ n n tryiig to. e : -: .,.."-- cess. I had, reached my home about miles fdiam me
"'hi3 s thelatest 4l1, 1oit: peomnplete half past 11, and gone up to my room life, stated a
SHand :-low for workni' plhnts in the'garden. It and dropped wearily into a chair, withl- ileN,. who es
Fgisselt-.adjustable; the weight the block to out even troubling to light the lamp. H'ashlintob 'a ti
SS 'which the blade attached, d keeps itl in the ,ut I was restless, and.l soon rose and The ,'ordtcr s pt
~ ground, and 'the depth of plowing is regulated went to the window, throwing it wide body whd tr 'tls-
by lifting the handles. A boy or girl of ten open. It was clear, the mron was niear- dr'u unrdtr cIle
op en. It was d: .aryth m oobn w r , l d
-aa touring mold2 a shovel, 3'a sweep or weeding heard a clock trtke 12. and tohn-t condIctd i. *r
-- blade, 4 a bull-toiag'e,-'5'a rake. Wrench other clock fArtr down town iri, she did. o a
-.with each plow. and then a clockn the house--It ll i- station e.. i. a,
..el tQ. We have made arrangements by ed as If all cr'tl n was made of too o uow aetch
f'lB "IB which we can furnish this plow at clocks, all striking 12. 1 turned, h- i the e at1 ot
l,-'. H^ f't factorY price, $'-J.75, with tending to go to bed, when my attet1 about wtLlt oer r
'"' *. ttiqn was arrested by a cloud, passing not to b until


over the face of the moon. You know s'codil t idem
Show fanciful a man.will get at. Umes--, tIon cal.I, ioeur
well, I thought thai cloud bad the. edet Wo.p-s abl.
sh'apL Elsa's head, and the.-,a s Ito1ic bell I',ha t
..-passed seemed to. rie as i If,, for bllm- OtOI, c.
"''1 ^'a -. l a muom the moon was nt so n brght. "IWher I'L"gu


., do tasitW,' it was1 a I si sm. neh a a .cDrd l
I tagedd drearily. "eted 'lant
1 -. -" Ar:wa P air-'T np=nto- midrnff-t n 'l -- r lsted minI s M I


tlThl' positir -aI if the
isible 'performrY' rtai
*fro, i. ' "
*ws' strtled7woiUi be
little frfphtxun'd., not
Iht frightened a'tg' e6
illgA we cannot trider-:
"toward the instrument.
only heard that chord
it struck! I repeat. I
go softly doivn ahd
soft. low, but clelqar as
'd. petrified. I turned,
.rtain step toward the
ain, aid thet dropped
aair. 'Well,' I thought,
nwlng or;I have gone
being a miracle! I ,must
something.' But even
\do something' there
the. air the -prettieit
the softest, -sweetest,.
I ever heard. I listen-
I had never heard
t ?before' nor have I
u. have all .heard .that
t-has made me what-
called my best compo-,
n a failure as a corn-
have never since been
Ming so goo.
continued for some ten-
rno behaving in all.-re-
ig played by a human
ys were struck with
'pedals worked as If
qot of flesh, and. then
trill that epds on AI
broke qff as aobruntly as
nd I suemeed to hear--
eemcd. to. hear-a .low.
say's laIgh. But I.am
believe that; this might
la;Inatiou. H'6\ do I

_iy eonsiuuoues .i 0..
,t.what,i a dream,. I
ie mLiusic. so straugrciy
'ld which I have never
!gh I have never been
with the power it had
rd it. but lost you say
;-.ly mitnal. personal
II yon this: I had just
unt!) in perfect order,
t. iat A flat. ) which
trij,l be. cnd of the
at A f'h4t vps, a ,full
of tuiiL,. had dropped,
1.au, ,. evninnR-and, yetj
,'.of,tbat middle regis,-
e: In perfect tohe t9.
nen. Is all there ls .t0q
It was my ilrst and
S1 nstiould na.) that I
ie jhd-ts be f play-'
ion in competition for
but'htley evidently re-
armless lunatic. Any."
e jilay it as my own,
uch needed '2.000, en-
mplete my course and
s ba" codie 1o me. ti
,ou, gf .nplanat.9n to
uysterlous to me 'a it'
.' I bav" asked ten'
the riddip. but Iia'v'e'
'erthe truth thbi',at
very glad of any light
lem-*h can throw on '
ashngton 'Post.

birds, are not only to
r the. airrbut also on
rather. Onebird .even-
gelbows" of. Its Wlag,
g. . .
VERAL B[-IGHT AND
rporns to reprepcnt lin as
Sno less atlary. Poi-
Ouir' refereiiec ,'"any'

ied Itampad envelope.


Slled' I1 r.
ronman, who was born
d had-Uneer beeI'ten
In her 70) year of
Journey to see her
about 30- miles from
he Virgha Midland.
*raonally'know every-*
onw-the rAadt and chil-
ile ire always conid.
T'ir was the case
q'iluiested to see' titt
the "ar at the lirst
s she was 1ory likelyf
cedf. HLe sat her dfswn
Sthl car. hedged lier
arce'ls and told 'her
l I called Iher. 'the
was at h little stua-
a, and jilt" as the


)ut to sound the star~t--
ihe old wolhan tfta-'n
going? Get back b
Lnu.ccl "Llhl]U L I tell
till I vtallr-d youliC
;et hl'ack Iuick.' -j
Cl(-ffl Luo. xflh."pfr-


Tot[tbcii dut U I ithi,? .vo 01'
,.k now Ilor v d is 'h .'e jI ''d'' ', Iyts
'kno lii~'d iagm" 11.e it 19.it
s;ytiPtonis are kfii'fl5te eyes. t hrob.
ii, i~miaa~i~,s,, t'Mig I l 'ir Ilp.' iI, e i
14, 1,is;~. la$~sl1' lhh kiG.I eM.: e..I,4



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THE BIRDO'S Cooy2By.
A wi14 blird sat in a ,trep tpp bigp,
1Tht-ar'!was grbw~ing ch'Ini.'
As wi.4birds oft~n v~in:


*"' I -, I ry y .f;y .. 1.
l.arpis evr dark and drebar.
bb I' '.Il' iln'g 'as'li, d'-'.\y one' by '
When spring s r aweirq e paaPW 4 ,., i
"I. le.;e irn(,1d,ivngt pherp ijt.harga ....
S U'p hire- in the tree top high.
S. And.t l-k ow-it--wvll' liig to. jle'loneI(Y
"Whefi tht'4*nds gd lidrryinrg' by.; -**
. "Brir 1 am n illean'o tHe'sduthl'dnd'fhit'
I feel the chill of the snow filled air
And bdlyoual..geiodiby,' ** 1 1 ,.,.,..
-J. B. M. Wright In Good,.Housekeeping.
Do YoutWanut to J.AkQ ,300?,
We want a lo9l manager,, lady or gen-
tleman, in own town otr county; no can-
yassing required. You can devote lull or
spare imne,; or evenings otjly, ,jln,coljnec.
tion with your regular vocation. 4200 to
$300 ctin be"'nfade before' hrtstmas'aind
it will require very little time. It is not
necessary to have had experience. Send
stump ia full particulars. Address',
The Bel-Compatty, Department B.
SPhilaJelohia, Pa.
electricc Lighti In'lnetin'h.
The txtenditg use of 'electricity is
well i]ll-trated .by jts usq.for lighting
-mines. The candle or oil lamp of for-
mer! da7y was' rit only dangerous in
coal mines, where there is likelihbod.of
an explosion, but i, furnished a very
'imperfect light anl compelled t ha miner
to wjrk i4senm4liaFkness. E ,'iay,ele9trio
lamps, tqj'e qrried by th uin r. were
introduced ip France, but-'they yvere ob-.
jecticonale on ccQunt, of 'thb weight
-no.irly liry pnuqris-an4dalIa because
they wc uldq.burn oply a fei hours with-,
out teing recharged.' The',Jaimps are
bow. attaoied to the roofp.of ,tle gar-.
lerie2,,,currcuts being, estgblJl ed by,,
meanni of wires. By this means an abun-
tauceu'c continuous light is'obtained,but.
care iaust be'exercised in insulating the,
wmn'.s o; reveit friction or sparks
l^ ..ibiit provoke an explosion or
OMWPo B-Miadraiug woodwoik.-&rgo-
Lant.
J. D: Bria;t;:, euitor **Demcrat,' Lan-
caster, N H., says. "One Minute Cough
Cure is the best remedy for croup I ever
used." Immediately relieves and cures
cou. hi. colds,.croup, asthma, pnitumonia.
brounchitis., la gript e, and all throat afid
luns troutLles. It. prevents con -trmptioii.
F. F nulackin S)on. on ....
SChiiange 'etoctor,--A Woman's tith ,
The fqllow-ina ,wws overhearA lit, 4;
stree-t'Var--h woman was talking'to
onH'ho had told her troubles:
*'Talkikg. abopt:octb0*, 0 o' noW,
I think a great many deaths might be
prevented by changing doctors ? If one
doctor caiuu1t reliee 'you in three or
.four dAys, or,, plhaPa .eek, be cq-
notqura .yoQat alt, oand the best tiing
to dp under the circumstances is to dis-
miss him an d tlte hiiothefootor. Iif
he does not,4elp yity changee agpi, and
keep ohaugi g u if' yQu find.,doorb
who can ouo 4o'u.n .'
S"EJery doctor ,has somb" ipeoialt't,'
although hlie dges nut say so. Onevmtgbj
be Piplet-udjd''ttiroa; speciqaisj, while
on a. feveru attack of pbteaonia he
would s aroely know bhat-~to? do.
Change i my rule for d"tors, and I
never let the samo doctor treat me for
more than a w ekat a time. '-St. Luis
Post-Didipatci. .i a


*Toffighn l

If your liver is out of order, caetimg
Biliousness, Sick Headache, Heart-
burn, or Constipation, take a dose of


On :retiring, and tomorrow your dl-
"'; ,,1r. 13 5l'be regulated and
Syou oe neright, active tnaI renay
for any kind of .work; This has
been the experience qf others; it
will be yours. HOOD'S PILLS are
sold by'all medicine dWalbra. 25-ctm.


S tY'Anre 0itry.,fYard
SG.W. SURBER, SR.,Prep., ,
I ST ANDREWS BAY, .A,
S--Breeder of PuTe-


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ggs4ba Setting,, $ fr :Fifteen



G i IWrSURBER,
TW elerenar tn oto i ..-


r WPh)T iRL'lU'3 While a good many of the funoy sto.
PILJES i fI) IO rica of "She asked use to hold the ba-
Sa-.r., r:'-.rsn o '*. *., .... :' by" have Leen written and the asub4 t,
....a,.,.r, ,er cT ; L .. ,, consequently is som-ewMhat Cti'uVd, still
e- r,,,,-.E. r,,, ..".. .. .. the scene that occurred it ; adison
.Y,,i ..1r... ,. agfa-e one night was funny. A Jovial
L n'.. iah an doaiI-r,1., ,I king old gptlmO .o wqasjEa o~i,
* MaRTiN RUDY, Rcg.a, R aiiSCl, La ra. atben-hi beside a p'rtfM ;Aeii dridse, '
womiau wheo 'bad a Liv Inn her arm!."
'At D M1 L." The twogat i conversation by the old
t AtDr."Mitchell'sDrtl4Store. ,wie-A -, z .u..eow wvell the,
"fwa e "-.% i)by behaves ofa tQe.Jlittle thing lay
', .a-,T ,.- ad slept p7- ce.e tl frd ped in no-
A' ,SBtr'NAIy..MlA .i7 W 'iX-t-y '- e *was
r -i',,',"O J" i.;ri:i;,- L g. .over to Fo'' .ij.' t 'Uy a
a ,. ,. "^ to, Ii,,ii., )p f .!,7 "". -' . .
T ,., : .A,,1.) lyal diu, :.:j, ;' l ,; . ,rt. .- '.
I and the i grandF'tlaif.'LII. ,iiit' ;!u y thi- .,

,o. yldit aw. yaliin ir' 6t: ...V ,,
the be.by ,,qrl, *.t i[ ( ant'n 1 ll.'-.1-. ".. :a >.
1\ ) have.,;m de a., a i, ne.etl the' baby fl t y ..
Sich we can furnush xhi. ine MAP ttn'v tl lontig .t T .
en ering about eight el ni e.square it v.. n..rl ., "
of t ~(,' i rl' i n, 1 ij, t l jiin ni.tIi wal ed: into tine. .p .. te : 1
'_n, ,; .'i ,ct, ,,.'p, Ja . n.-r'n,! over the bundle. TheL.
Paikt prr,., ~1i-tQ ,, i.,,,'iJ'u It ly e.-',a li arrest f'r, tr- : : x
coilntrym .or r- ,;.t; le*: .t: the K ..-,'lt when ,th wrap ,-e
S ON D ,to',r 'and t*o '.-... '' -l
'-a 0, -., l .1 Ik J_ i I.: a

.. .11, *A.l .e ... lie r !e!d o]0h il l. ,. ,i[ n.;.-,i .
ol') pari.S i nay -eu .ti :$s.Lai l ii hr ;On the aif- 'rit ooli of,.l- me 1. 1 *-7'. an
t -ani'' i It l olj d painter nami .d 1 Villiaiia .eCul-
ThI.. ad I rt-t irtn tlhe iMaj liv naipii. -''-loughl while painting tiw; irtidke aliov
A l' t'ri' "F 't the falls between the first, aud second,
", .',' ''.," i" J :-I', <'<,,v''. ir;i. "Sister Islands fell uto tlhe. rmpid.A. In-
. .. sautly he was swept furlou.ly toward,
S i; p 51, f. cataract but' whirled into lesser,
co premium, I,'p h.tl p ; tie 'a es so that he, struck against andi
dr I.ihr man sold *sinlv-$l s d a rock not far above the brink.
I "i," !. .undreda' quickly garlihered on 4he
j . 1 4 obre and watched, all eager to-.ihelp,
Ctlbr ll.bbl ,n I b- ilt Ignorant .what to do, Among.thent
SUUe" lUUUIIIng Lis. was Thomas Cppnroy, who secured a
. ' ' il of rope, fasten4,4 one end'to A tree
T.he BUOY has made very ,lipra.-iculc shore and with .the other ehd In-his
thing arrangeinentsw.it a few of LiOi-erv r had -waded out as'Car as he could and
lest publications in the country and fd;ie!lo.casionally sWanti the water 'being
the present cai' send for a whole yea'.. fr6th 18 inches'to s'g feet de6p. *''.
The BUOY iand He aimed far ip' stream to allow for
Leslie's Illustrated Weekly for... .$3.0f te' power N the'current and at last'
Demioreat's Migaziine.......... 1.7. witb great dIfficultff'reached the-unfor-
Detroit Free' Press (twice-a-wee ti4Ftte painter and bound him to him-
and Year Book)............ 1:70' el with the rope. They Fwere swept
The Fla T. U. & Citizen, daily for $9 0. of their feet several ltimqaon the way
S i do weeklv,fo.ri$l 5! back to shore 'hut the-rope had beetin:
Farmer and Fruit Grower" .. 2 55 y they.flallylande,
Floiida Agriculturist ... 2 55 safely.' When they reached shore,, It
dc clubsofr5, each," . 2 25 was found that McCullough still eluteb-,
Form Journal, Philad'a, monthly 1 10 ed hts putty knife firmly j,' his hand.
Cincinnati Enquirer twice a week having held'It during the three hours
8 large pages each issue..... 1 70 he had beedt'on the brink of the falls.--
AtlantlaConstitution ... I 7o V. A. Aclafd,In "Adventures at Niag-
N. Y. World (thrice a week)....... I 75 ara," in Youth's Companion.
For ony or either of t.ht above public. .,.


tions in connection with the BUOY, aid-
jress all orders, to .- 'THE IUOY, ...
St. Andrews, FPi
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J'arnpil's Ghosts. .,
As you are always glad to hear about
haunted houses in Ireland, writes a
cbtrrespondent. may. I add a curious


S story with regard th the home of the-
o O'r Sale CheaU-. late Irish leader? Trhe story Is made,
Gra.in Timbered Lands. including Rip-u- a more credible byv the fact that there-
,, .. - IyWas something lu tlp late Charles
rin Rights; in alf'1',300 acres; ,dji,, itewart Paroneil's mn:iestic isolation
St. Andrews nay. F -., for two ind w ri- ..ie .one strangely of the
lnalfmiles. Eml;ances Sh)ell Point, Prup- W' rlllel ol ango f the
t-riv of 1 J. Flughes. A,hlr,-s 1. J gloomny gr-andexir of .I,1e -wountalas xur-
HictiS, Sin Juan, Puerto Ric.. rouuncinT his home. In the square en-
tran e I hall th .r. Ia n I Iilli; ...4 .1-1 I


A MAP

; Of the Citw of St. Aldrews,
gotten up with great care by the
-.publisher, who has :;pared. no pains
to prepare for the pr blic a map of
.,St. Andrews as it.really is. It shows


uu.te mw-. w erei.C.'- m a I arzI I ai U aui1
the story Is that the ghosts of the old
ho01le amuse themselves -n this spot
a enter nightfall. No matter how the
billiard balls are left upon the cloth at
the time the household retires,. they
will be found in a different position the
next morning.-M. A. P,.
Landaeer and the Dog Ta.
On one of Laudseer's early visits to


about a Scotland the 'great painter stopped at
MILE O 0AtT NI village and took a great deal or no-
4'OVR,,.MILE8 OF OOAST LNIE, twice of the dogs, Jotting down rapid
Fxtendihtg eastward ; t-onm Dyer's sketches of them on a piece of paper.
'toihti, talkingin the Old '. own site of' Next day, on rt sum'ing bis jourieyh be-
S ]. V-as liorrified to Ifid dgs xuspended
t. .A,nlrewis, and gives .ocaton lo from trees in all dire.tons. or drown-
pub ic 'busajness. places, p :vate resi- iug tin the rivers, with stones around
dences;d.oedks,: ietc., alge ee cry lot in their' necks. He stopped a weeping
each.block. and the joiningig addi- urchin, wbo was hurrying off with a
tion to the Cincitnati Company's pet pup in his arms, and learned to his
land, with,-a ull ules'.ription of the dismay that he,was supposed pp be an
ame excise officer who was taking notes of
S a m. s o ne"' o f lots all the dogs lie saw in order to prose-
Tl ap will ne of lotscute the owners for nnpala t.txes. '""
in the city just where tley. are, lo- .: "
cated,.and is of valnue to thosethi]tnk- Then e Dadn't Eat. .,
ing il'^bt1ying property; i An Engllsh merchant wasa Invited by
8ie'bf Map 10x50 Inche. a Chinuaxn4 to dine with him. Nelther
The BUOy, wHillas3tiI5lts map to.apy could speak the other's language, mdi
lia conversation was carried ,on" bI
address on tha 'receipt of means of gesticulations and" sigBns.
NIF' ', "A Among the dishes Was one which seem-
0 'N"E "D 'L' L A R%'. ed very savory. The Englishman had
Or giver, as a premium for 5 y.ea an idea It- was duck, but to make cer-
cashi u'sc.riptions. ,, tain be pointed to the dish and pleas-i
S ,v i antly Insinuated. "Quack, quack!" '
Si The Chinaman wagged his bead andi
60 YEARS', said: "No-ey, no-ey! Bow-wow-wow!"'
AM_ EXPERIENCE


Anyone lending a .ketdah and description may
quickly aoawrtain oar opinion free wv eti ,, an
Invention Is probably patontable. g9mma ,"a-
tions strictly confidential. Hadbooon Pat a
senL frete. Oldest aency fo securlng paLent,.
Pitnt taken through & Co,.rece -

$cinrflflc flnerkaL:
A hafIdamely lsllutrated weekly. Lacivgt cir.
cnlatlon of any scientific Journal. Ter a,$ 3 a
. year; Jr mqm, v 8old by all newvealem.
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Branch Ofice. 6 fiBt.. Wahingtoni. C.


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sympathy.
Probably the reader baa heard voice.
which the following wil recall to
mind:
"I know Mr. Pidgerly sl a good
man," said one of the members of the
fp',ilvw mftor the 'allpr bhd ronet. "but
it makes me so tired to hear him-talk!"
"I know why It is." saidr another
m raeiber of the family. "You feel like
clearingg your. throat all the. time to,
help him out."
Choice of EvthS.
S"Mrs. Smith, you don't seem to mind!
Your two. boys quarreling."
I "No. When they're quarreling, I know!
they're too busy to batch up mischief."


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