ST. ANDRJEWS BAY,.
-alr A n d 3
L;- vF-D STATES.
I'.3 It. Mailop'v.I.IS.C'4
1' Vaa' ~/D itiqrict ,
W 1) 1tlOk1,i);: Secreli~r- of
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ani" (,afl~ll')I IC l itf 1-to ,cfil"d0-l W ,-
C. amri-.it'l.: of AvricuaI-
~ Ii it 1 Aianlovell; beljialrimai Ge
ST. ANDREWS BAY', LA., NOV. 16, 1899.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
one uWlai' a Year Iin Advance.
W ILLIA M A.EMN4ONmoNs
$-ditor and Pr o vr-int or.
ItispI.a' nd rqte. 50r per knch per monoutt
Pi".'itioi an Pndextrord~,,ar'condition
rates siihierat to .4tweCi-l Ir'erenea''t
betDJ't,'' 5c per iine. first lfltPa'ri On
2!.' ~ c .aeh salsubie qi. -n .DaSp~lteyoc~alo
douhhI, a Il-ove r3.teea.l
A lulling sonE! of locuew~, til bumn of
And ,ou seem to hear ithe Fap flow Ibro'
r'qr- *-- ---,- -
~ahitchka 1 ,I1Y
Sheriff"! 0 l af a'.~A
rn -'eieon : i t x ra Oraj.
p. 1. whi~ W. it. Instr&O'i5.l W. I,
V. *~. Ei'.n ~ P., Sca 1 DirectDOranRe
F' B~~~i. W ..aI'le al', lA A M
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tan n'. 011:o. mlrI tH~a- a;~, '-l a
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Mf A wi Ital pastor, P~reNIFil I"~
'4~~ 01 each Erouth Sit I 1~. .i
~Aid &st 7 p. m. z;uziditvS~~ ~ *4
A m. every Sundny, Johll StQIUl Ch' ~U PI
.~LflUi~~btrebt~ot~C Xyoilti.1lg Ave-
a -a urzd Fobter street
'- he llorther!Ar~i iL, via AvderMocw GUYs
Bu~ytlled and Obipley depatitS en~ery da~y
except Sunlday At -,j.00'olcloek; aL. M.;
artive e9 verl day except Sund'y 'at
7:40 P. ul. rUriol rwltn
is Bay malil for lerIO~,Coavets
Parke r, Farmdale sad WetAPPo.le, e
St. Anidrews go60g e&Ot every morning i
UL o'clock uand r.ava WPtappO at
O'clock, arrivescmn ei Vt
eeVIiiinga!. 7 ~'lcWOO.
ST. ANDREWS BAY. CtIIPLEY&
!jC119DULM OF RATES :-F'r each dve
minulktes, otr frIaCtioli Lhereolf 118i" ofl
;itweafl St. Akndrews Bay & Cal'. ll
it Ciiipley. 350
Chipley & Ba~yhead .......
k. G ay....... 30e
Baybead &Gas ......... V
Fo trangsmimlon by teieWt'Sh C
5- x Lra. not inciudiing tele~i,,L~rabic smi'7ice
x>~I'MMONS. Gen fivM.
W. A. EMtMONS,
YespqUty Circuit Court Cl,!rk and No-
tary Paiitie ifor the State at Larvc; has
rjisdictiou to adminiistar Jitl's, take
adavits. legalize aknowledlcnieots,
(tc., anywhere in Florida. Special at-
tentiou given to lar.d .eonveyances aud
Io marriage services, and license issued
to lawfully qnalitied partie.. Office at
the PUOY Oflice.St Andrews Bay.
DR. J.J. KESTER,
Homeopathic Physicran md Ac-
coucher. Office Pioneer Drug Store,-
corner of Shell avenue and Milhi-
gain street, .
St. Andrews Florid h
DR. W. a. .MITCHELL,
Physician and Druggist, Commerce,sEi;
'ast of BavviOw, Offers his professional
services to the citizens of St. An-
drews and vicinity. Residence on Buena
C. H, CRIPPEN.
Willatt.end Droftptly to all Ijusiness de-
miinding hit altention. Office on Ray.
view atrest, one block ,.ortheast of T
C D.iiford's is nre
DTTrIT D ,. ntTtta"
And the h:'z.y, mativ. daisy, dreaming
world around you seems
Like a mnstic land enchanted-like a
paraiume of dreams!
Blue sni ke from happy huts,
A rani of ripened nuts.
Ai d far away, o'er meadows ring-
Sweet sound as of a woman singing,
"'Coniin' through the rye,
comiiL through. the ryel',"
Ai d then the finti. uncertain, silver
tenor aI b il
That summons all the world to prayer
in many a cloistered dell,
And then a thrush's music from groves
with .llo:den uventrf,
The wild note of a mocking bird, and
still thet'Ureams, the dreams?
Blue smoke from happy huts,
A rain ut ripened nuts,
And far away o'er meadows ring-
S oet sound, as of a woman singing,
"Coumin' through the rye-
Comin' through the ryel"
-Frank L. Stanto
Auii(ti aI. Esii .ri.-,.
ar the maiple t L.o to crimson
ALd the -assafras to gold;
When .'i. ..t..Ln's in the .0 .ow
A:.d .-h ; .t el ,nei t. j ". lo
tieu I-... rai-,.nd in vapor
And thd nigit is frosty cold;
W, .L;t. !estLit bn a *
A'.C (.A. c a .'a ,1 *:, p.. ", [
a-c.ti i t a' I PA' LLE," hU.4 liC
And tLe wkit iig ouf tbe q ,,
Ttbi-su &i js, .-:8,i wuc.ie j n i
T' on' c'ij e Je: .. s of .. :- ,-', ,
I CCu *'i "I
.C ... al .l s il_ i la e .
-Li- .i..rd T"vior
In tt e. i ly light of if; <
While the sun is 1oluen;
Brave youth unto maiden fair,
Telib the story iAden.
Hand in hand thro' Edt''su paths,
Led by Love's pure passion ;
Walk they on by Nature's laws,
And in Nature s fashion.
Thinking that to them alone
Love yields up its treasures;
Looking at the aged as those.
Robbed of all its pleasures.
But, as pi the deepening thade,
All their burdens lightened,
,Loqking back along the way
By affection brightened;
Hand still seeks the clasp of haiid,
Eye to eye hath spoken
Of ties strengthened year by year,
And pf vows unbroken.
So they find that love of age
Gives such still, deep pleasure,
Th..t joy of youth come.: ed to it,
la but stinted mnas:ure.
TS iou rv 3 rdd ,d
Wen a o or- ccs, mCL-roL', s;imn lSi,
H-ow no our w ittiv e' ot a ma:e
Prot'. Lpes Gives a. Itterestling
Account oi' Visita to MisNion-
ary Ritdge and Lookout
CHATTANOOGA, T' a., Nov. 1, '99.
Dear Editor Buay: I have iw,,
p]. atI It I rips to record in this letter
-to Missi..u.ry Rilge on the 20th,
.0n.l it, L-.,kout Mountaiit n Suiniay,
ithe 221. Boith d(lays will afford pleas-
ant reminiscences for many years to
Ri,,.'ville is a arnah factory town
aboiit thlee niles ounth ,i the cenlei
,d' Cliattlr.i.ogga, and just uver tlhe
Itti ine, .in t v 1Pi'th eegepof Geor-
i 1'h d
er regions demnuralizing
Havii.g arcenaluel 91C
came upon a level IlAte.
around the elnd of the jin
feet ide, npon whicli .'
famous -Battle Above
November 24. 1869.
fre1hing drink of water
house supplied by a di'
through a crevice in t.
noted the grand moonu.
by .New York in nlemoP
roic dead who fell on tilu
the small stone bop eb
ed a commodiois dwe
General DVeux reside,
the government proper'if-
Bliak iron tablets a1 "-
four feet in size contain
ions of the miovemelnti
quite numerous thrown
tire historic region. 0
raised and pinted1 wl.
of the tablet being black"
trast is too great, anbei^
white and crowded sentla
to trai. It wauld be an.
eye should the governttak
letters blue. It ma a
right here to adi thatil k
topographical wok is br
le, because of the ext
o which it is unbje
hoes not outrage the ey
of color, and man shou
Above this pnl|tain i
iit w'avll ,ii r' *a. i"
.',l'titg masses, and mat.
i base is a fui.s.ory
ed Poiut Hotel, frmiu
eOnd A :.ies 14 s sAiri.
d a '. .ti. i; tia F'" re
e t. '2,J ... ,. e- t
.'300 0ee s ab ,e 4.
rr.300 mF'lt abi'i uy h
a i. aL I iwn 11 anlli lela a Ims ne iar
by, knuwa. in. the war history an
'*R *stfille ( p" through Misaionar)
Ridge, were both named arter the
lndlian chieftain, John Ross, who re,
sid tointl before hie gvye l-
ment deported the Georgia "Red
Mtn" to the indian rferritry. In
the yoar 1887, while teaching an In-
dian Achtool at Fort Gibson, Indian
Territory, the then home of John
Ross, I visited this renowned charac-
ter and found him to be a gentleman
of broad culture. aith a predominance
of Caucasian blood.
Tie tv,'1inement. I i Ibmilt many
miles of "pike" road on this great
histoi-ic section through the battle-
fields, to preserve intact %nd point '
nout the lines of military action. The
"pike" begins on Missionary Ridge
to) thle northeast of Chattanooga, and
extends viong its crest southlward
mite fourteen mites to Chicamauga
National Park, then several miles
o>yor the park, w iti' one branch lead-
ing several ileus tawards L&aFPr*,t'e,
4nii, another eight miles to b.til,?old,
*.:ie L. ,'g:'--t disembarked his
troops for the battle of C' o,'.,,n V,'~ .
S.--: i isionary R 't a
R " ] +, o ,1 o+ .,, o
m'ies oi8 tn.' n.}v oi. '.,', .."i
S i ..ch winds a on or near
i m any l .' I
>ne to there hi -re ya.Ji. ws av
.'Ia . ; i ;. .. -'; O. '";,3 ,..li
. -. di L e', il.i" l, , .,.' <:'of e
:I v ?(K, sU!''o r.,i ,',g c,>inee ,t ... *
:... :. i o.,' ,a..i e T I :ited s. bof t "
:..' .: : the cight miie line at
2J.s9 't ;.3a 'qaiir ra r. !d apcenided Y
)belervat i ..'w r, bai. did notL have %
a* goo,'i a view as I had at mi; fo m-
or visit tn account of the haze and It
niofte. Somi two miles? nrier on 1 i
,ceuden anuothet st,.'1 tjwer at herf-
1iau Hights, where S ermau had '
;i.4 Leadqear'ers. 'The government hi
',:"us tisi spot, aind a U. S. marshal
aides here to protect the grounds. G
Vater is drawn from a spring in the
leep ravine by a l.iiqukE mlachtnicd A
ewii'k.c'c., co.sist.ii.g as b ckot b l it
unpeca.ied to a roller carriage, which
uns o.-n a wire that passes to the di
No-.' aoo2 i0on0i i Z ne ''nr< i s o
heptnuu' tT:*'," .,ad I prrre.pt:.; o:rder-
u nzy din'-er .tf. Nature'9 o'..' )iUg T
, v. :-. --- 2++,:( .,d th r .- R .;e., e
6t9hot a cn c ol X :iG Of
rid. ;-'?.j-, i ther 1.h,, ,' ur
d.- a s'n o L. ....., -'* ',.
~r~aC*;iTa~dbhee~-- ~ A-a.-.
.. ... -, C-'. S- ..- :, + r'. h I .---
.,-Dorinf first. mintskini, then ela, -
tr'.!i, all Cade-I a 1.. '1 c;',. .
The giver e,, -ea a.nd ., dCL unar.,
Thoe deec r'en-;n. .. a r th- doer ago0E,
I'ae world dorh bear with ,Fbout l
He needs them not-the tinsel and the
Poor baubles whereunto all men incline,
That which they bring to idols new-
Their spluttering candles whieb the
Starry blooms, your forms I greet,
Down *here brook and prairie meet;
Purple, lilac, paler hues,
Smiling through the autumn dews,
Quails and doves flock here to drink,
;Where you love to nod and blink.
Prairie haters, fringed and bright,
Add to atumn beauty-light;
Over valley field and hill.
Borderil. deep each modest rilli
Asters blight, you bring sweet ceeor
To beautify the fading year.
foc F. ",, t i ri ves. r ve c n! y
,u5e, I Q V.j ,'). J l,. *a 41 ile..
(.u2 t ., -' -L. ^ ;i.. I,,-oi..a, )s ,a -i
a s a d ')iU i c r Iy .t tihe wet
o th le no. t. formfing
.Sadl ut, 22." o Octd "ia l-.0 4 .e iulula know1
oer '~ s L',ht, cool ). nda in "'i. "e ." t, e't ti 'R
company with my ian.ti.i, ,.~ a lance in outline to the
guide, 3e wailledt oi rl toi bCca tie "ta-- Io Iot ieing al
heights uf the wonderful Look.,ut acwosw at the ankle, al
Mountain. After walking nearly fr.)n heel to toe. Ab,
three miles we reached its base at the north Catmeron' Hill
suburban town, St. Elmo, where the from the sont t ank t
inclined railway starts up, having see river, forming a p,
walked through Alton Park and Oak the highest Joeit b
Hill, suburbs at the east end of the "Site of Signal Station,
mountain. I desired to see as much CumberladP"5 In the
of nature's hiandiwork as possible, so valley, on the eant a,
we passed by the incline railway-I proper is Orchar Kr.c
will try it later--aud scrambled up a stare and ,stripe flo
path winding around at the end of breeze, to mClorize (
the mountain, ascending gradually headlqnai'ter. Flags
most of the way; but to ahorten the floating over 'he Nati
distance we dexterously toe-and-fin- cen, tOrv an, ,, a her
,. v:.. -.k_ - and Biagg' !ileadqua tte
Verytiling ary, and aoal)e the (.'aven houiNe oni
thlie Lookout platean, -renwiitnd fr.1l
feet, we the '*Bittle Above theli Clos." C'at-
xtiilding tie grazing in the iminmeliato vall-ey
Iain 800 below appear a small an hug, t.lhe
uiht the idi tance in so great. lint his detail
uhd." I)I the magic j.'ture is a woelii.ly
ing a re- crude affair. No woniter the Aminiaeiit
Ia sNriig- hiistorlan, Gorge JJancroft, who rviN-
1 spring ited the mnuintain at thie tipe age af
eoks, we 87. exclaimed. while Hianling on
-.eretcted Point Rock: -In all my travels I
rhir he- have never seen ativ scene to exceed
' ,alaso thin iin sublime grandeur."
b e J' .A f(wfeet back ,frnoithe edlfe of
f. irie b
tj this en
lig to thn
I a )pr,, .
ai 4to the
I of color
a her for
h t e as-
h ev .,nd
; hatt a-
d 'b it turns
ba 0one at ile'
I ic r miies
e tw')o miles
rio s abruptly
A f the city,
S ntrey of the
'.t ontre Or llt
S g to the
'< also seen
rs 1,% ...!.
e, tu'r'-a large slab of rock resting on
if a horizontal plane upon an irregular
perpvenaicnlar roek a few feet high--
y called "Umbrella R.ock," from its re-
- semblance to the useful rain pro-
. We now break the entrancing
e spell, and, piasing along the crest of
Stlie mountain which is probably a
. quarter of a mile wide at thie imme-
u diate north end, reach thlie inclined
1 railway depot oi..hlilf mile from
e Point Rock and near the elegant and
e coniniodious Lookout Inn. The in-
cline railway runs on an air line up
. the east side of the mountain. It is
about one mile long, has a varying
degree of a-cent. with a maximum
near the top of 450 or more for 800
ao-r 400 "eet. The cars arettnoved by
. means of an electric power-house at
the top of the mountain. A heavy,
double steel rope ono vidle long pass.
es around huge wheels in the power-
houise and over pulleys at regular in-
tsrvals in the centre of the track,
wli'ch is laid like an ordinary rail-
road. A special built car to accom-
onate an incline is attached, one at
each end of the rope. The engineer,
who hal a clear view of the whole
ii rak, touches the lever and regulate.
in, w heel. anld one car descends while
4the otier ascends, passing at .a
-awithl indilwav, near which is a smail
depot for passenge-rs wishing to stop
on a. t:.vel Ewith and walk a short dip-
t i '2, ,i the "Battle Above the
_'.. a p''"o gindal. Two rowN of 'ieavv
.q'ar. timbers are surely bolted 10
tle ie. tlhe whole lengtll of tlr e i..a ',
anil nude.neath the cams are self-act-
actiug clamps that giappile these lina-
brs in the event that a rope should
break or the power ntgitne fail to act
normaeally. This automatic bhol-faast
brake minimizes the possibility of
astialti. However, it is an unpleas-
ant ride for many people of nervous
tendencies. I observed carefully time
faces of the passengers and noticed
a woe begone expression of awe while
passing over the steepest, part. The
cais run every thirty minutes during
the day and early part of the niglt.,
T'he r.,ind ttip coatb 50c. with a spe.
cial excursion rate every Sunday at
25c. An electric street railway runs
cars every twenty minutes on top of
the Inotiuntain ub.ut two milss to the
Nataral Bridge. There is another
incline, nmid a dni'iouy line winad.
b.Lk a,, fotl th ti th i top (if the
,.untain; buat hiep have been pur.
: ',< by t!he new incline andi so are
aott now in use.
'Seearal stands contaiDing curios
al, shutive,'irs attracted our atten-
m//i~m L f_1 r ..
.P'iI[ mfIiil ib war unmeum, own- "
ed by a j.rivate individual held us
ior some time. The war relies are
too Inumerous to even attempt any
descriptions, but the most consipica-
oivs were sections of trees containing
canyon balls and bursted shells firm-
We tbhn passed the inn a little
distance, observed the series of lad-
dlers that scale the precipitous cliff
some 300 feet where the water pipe
pas-es down tlat supplies south Chat,
tanuega with water. Here we drop-
ped an old tin bucket and some rocks
and heard them resounding and re.
bounding for several seconds to the
Otern law of gravity. A little tur-
ther on, at 2:830 o'clock, my guide
and I sat near the e(dge of the cliff to
eat our lunch of sardines, which I
had bought at Griffin, Ga., April the
1st, and Graham crackers purchased
from the Battle Oreek, Mich., Health-
Food company. I finished my last
cracker while standing two feet from
Wemling ,our way back to the mat.'-
lie runal oni the crest, we pass naiInyy
nice residlenccs. and reaching Look-
'ait bliintain House, the oldeta hotel,
two, riiles from Point Rock, we de-
scen.I the monntan by the old do-
.-erred Whitenide rail, which waus
used by the solid:ers in tho civil war.
In our next'outing we will take a
different rante on the wet edge of
the mountain and return by the way
of1 the cinuly pike, which is iurnlo
daittaince furtlaer aruund..
JOSEPHUS C. LIIES.
ered dish. ifato which, at the beginning
of the dintef, a b6ttleco wine had been
Whet the sea rop and other daiatle
had been discassed, the cove-t of this
dish was removed, and a number of
sandbohoets. hilartotlalyinto3icated *nd
A" taig, Sitory ofr crUarua
Hete is one of Robert Crawfords *to'
ties about Uruguay' "Two men par-
priael a farmer and bis wiff in theiW
little but while it was broad daylight.
The man was Peized and bound, and thd
two villains m r.,ceeded to torture him
to make him disclose the hiding place
of ihis hoard. The wife blwgged and
pleaded as thb horrors increased. tbd
.jan prorfidg obdurate.
"Finallvyshe abid shbde'ould tell thebp
where the treasure was if they would
follow her. One of the two accordingly
went over to the chest in the corner
with hpr. She opened it, fumLlingabonu(
inside of it for a moment until she
found what she was looking for In ihn-
otlher.niouent the thief at her side was
-- -* -w a-" (-
Seager Woinan of the pOnpl- 4, got
a sway before she ccild quite tunke uy'
her mind to shoot him too W
t "'ben the htinband woa reli'spd par
thb neighbo'r-. come mnilepl , a ll.t
in. Word ws tinllyi tak:re r cIf n
trail police uuthornty of the-tatit. thae
officp'r cmpne. viewed he deadi fhief-
and identified him es their atta.irmy'
general. It i nut nnlfkely.'" Mr. (raw-
ford adds, "that hii swromnplice was the'
judge of the cririnnil conit.
A MIrpeuloas Ieaupe.
It happened.that in the last nminth of
the rejig of. Charles I a certain ship
chandler of Loodon was foolish euongttr
to busy himself over a barrel of, gun-
powder with a lighted candle in his
hand. He paid thbe price of his folly. A
spark fell imto the gunpowder and the
place was blown up.
The trouble was that the mat whd
did the mischief was not tl t-, ol one
to perish. Fifty houses were wretlecd.
and the number Of people rho *erd
killed was not known.
In one house aisong the 60 a mother'
bad put her baby into its cradle to oleep
before the explosion occurred. What
became of the mother so One ever
knew, but what became dO the baby
was very widely known.
The next morning thee was fonind
upob the leads of the Church of All
Hallowsa young child in a cradle, baby
and cradle being entirely uninjured by
the explosion that had lifted both td
chb a giddy height.
It was never learned wbd the child
was, but she was adopted by a gentle-
man of the parish and grew to woman-
hood. She must surely all her life haver
had a peculiar interest in that church.
-Sir Walter Besant's "London."
lee Expr~u.loum Ia e bewl..
A recent Siberian traveler relafM:
"At SBadonsk in the intensely cold
nights the silence was sometimes brben
by a loud report as of a cannon This
was the bursting of one of the ice bub-
bles in the river, a phenomenon I had
neither heard nor read of before. The
streams coming down from the bills
were frozen on the surface some six to
nine inches thick. The water b'neathl
flowed faster than it could escape, and
the pressure. on the principal of a hy-
draulic prese, became irresistible.
First. the elasticity of the ice was seen
by the rising of circular mounds front
six to eight feet in diameter and from
four to five feet high. The bursting
point came at last with a report like att
explosion. The water escaped. but soont
froEe again. I have seen scores of these
ice hillocks in a few vereta of the
Hi 4- N 7.- Ike-
)l~abL2~.illA1 i lld SU b~1i
olIOJ0OU People uotI
luding file city of Cillittca
tsriutloerunls suburbs anu
ag t,',%vng ansd faranbotm
he axteum.ve valley's for
6Ith a clear hk-y 011 may'
ightlaale Mii d Illnoinesio
ffervii~t mHl~tC-thoe of
I Orgim, North Carolina,
mia andl, Alabama hein'
air, O~iie :lio Cunaberia
i: mOnlie, Iicr ~ofVirgin
tcky loien izOtdina5
I .K arit. hw1izon aboutikU
le east 44 noith. Th~e
f ot~b Caolim11,8is 1,6011~
iNo~rtb Carolina to
crl5the O 6,0r11,sgee
cow,~ vaiTXv:l ~vsuk'
oc.kout vailtj3- Raccoul.
Fdi ad M clu mat ip. -
We waitti reliable aend encrtet-' inai
and women in earcb-State ti, trrvl.and ap'
point agents; salary $6.50 to $ :l2I ayeal
and expeiises. guar, need and paid week-
IV; no experience required. w% iastruelt
yo>I. Local it,-itreentative w ata ted .ial*o
.Send stamp bua full particulars. Address,
The Bell Coiajany, D.patimeiil A..
mle Noticed the Likeness.
A Parisian swell recently had a
crayon picture of himself made. which
he afterward pretended to find fault
"It does not bear the slightest resem-
blance to me." said be. "and I will not
The artist protested, but all to no
After the dandy had left the painter
added to the portrait a magnificent pair
of ass' ears and exhibited it in the win-
dow. thus altered, to the gaze of the
It hadn't been long exposed when the
dandy entered the artist's studio in aI
towering rage, and, finding that threats
amounted to nothing, he at last offered
to buy it. even at a. considerable ad-
vance upon the original price.
"It wasn't strange you didn't tecog-
nize your resemblance to the picture at
first." said the painter, "but I knew
you'd notice the likeness as soon as I
added those ears."--Spare Moments.
Manrrlase by Balter.
Among ignorant people of English
birth it is fully believed that a wife
bought with money or goods is legally
married if the purchaser leads her all
the way home by a halter.
Mr. Baring Gould. the English anti-
quarian, tells of a village poet known
to him who bought a wife for a half
crown and led her 12 miles to his cot-
The squire and the rector protested
to the village poet that be was not
"Why. yes I be." he replied. "I'll
take my Bible oath I never once took
the halter off till she'd crossed the door-
sill and the door waa shut."
The latest instancesof such wife sales
occurred in 1858 and 1850. when wom-
en were sold in Little Horton and in
Dudley In these cases a blue ribbon
took the place of the straw halter.
But. gentle ladies, the symbolic idea
was the sama
A Laugh on Lord Kelvin.
A good story is related of Lord Kel-
vins' lecturing methods at the Glasgow
university As a professor of science he
can use long words in such formidable
array as would make a dictionary break
its binding with horror. During a
course of lectures once on magnetism,
for instance, he defined an ideal mag-
net as "an infinitely long, infinitely
thin. uniform and uniformly and longi-
tudinally magnetized bar," and the
misguided students vocifeorusly cheer-
ed, which caused the professor to say,
"Silencel" This definition was made
and cheered, with the usual reprimand,
frequently during the lectures. Once,
near the conclusion, however, the stu-
dents did not cheer, but Lord Kelvin.
from force of habit, rapped out "Si-
lencel" the same as before.
The Return of thbe Rations.
In the civil war our soldiers faced
privation and hunger. A little story in
H Clay Trumball's book, "War Mem-
ories of a Chaplain,." tells of the spirit
in which they sometimes did it.
While before Petersburg doing siege
work in the summer of 1864, our men
had wormy hard tack served out to
lhprV It vva" severe tXW J tftba men. ,_k
breaking open the biscunita and finding
live worms in tihem. they would throw
the pieces in the tranches. although the
orders were to keep the trenches clean.
A brigade officer of the day, seagin
some of these scraps along oar front.
called out sharply to our men:
"Throw that bard tack oait of the
trenches." Then. as the men promptly
gathered it up, he added, "Don't you
know that you've bo hsinees to throw
hard tack in the trenches"
Out from the injured soldier heart
there came the rea onable explanation,
"We've thrown it out two or three
times, sir. but it crawl back."
Pretty Lively 3atIs .
When one grows weary of the eternal
ices, blancmanges.' ehtrlottes and pud-
dings served to us year in and year out
for dessert. it is pleasant to bear of an
Innovation. A traveled American re-
marked that she once had the telicity
of sitting down to a Japanese dinner at
which were served each datinties as
melos, isces, fruits and sea trogap. There
was in addition to these sweets a covy-
IIIISMIINIP" u dP9 iN ( w t IT- ,...L- ''-I 11
ff At .-M- t- f-ll
: -nft~r (Ain r-l'-
- - ww "Owl -qIoaawL&LVY N
rri~ maiCrc-r a, .^ r a
< AND .. I
Ask your physician this quest&
tion, "What is the one great
remedy for consumption?"
He will answer, "&Cd-liver
oil.'. Nine out of ten will
answer the sapie way.
Yet when persons have
cOnsumption ty loathe A
fatty foods, yet at is neces-
sary for their recoveryrand
ieycannot take lain cod-
liver oil. The plain oH dis-
turbs the stomach and takes
away the appetite. The dis-
'agreeable fishy odor, and
State make it almOst unen-
durable. What is to be done ?
This question was am.
5 wered when we first made
of Cod.Uver Oil with H"yo-
phosphites. Although that
was neady twentyflve years
ago, yet stands lone too
day the one great remedy
) for all affedions of the throat
and lun .
The batateand ddorhMW ke
taken Avwy, the oil t6 M haI u ben
parKty g4e" and the ho dsn.
Active .toma b ( ti d rgdy.
Itm en t atao etidimgest *
thb atnA NIMe ot ol t atC
tats SCOUTS EMULSION and dil
gatL. Thinsw 0yt1M
- f i -
MAR ITI ME.
NOTK.-It must be remembered that the
wind is not a wholly reliable motive pow-
er and if the sailors sometimes find it im-
possible to make schedule time it must be
charged to the elements; they do the beat
'The schooner Nettie arrived from
Pensacola just at dark on saturday
fi The schooner Arial came in from
Pe'sscola, Sunday, having 4 board
two turpentine stills--oine to be lo-
cated near Bayhead, on North Bay,
and the other at Laughtiin Bayou,
uear East Bay,
e'ACKE1 SCHOOL. Eli
L. E. DANFORD, TASTER
Leaves St. Andrcws Bay every Tuesday
leaves Pensacola every Friday
(weather peiniitting). Special attend
tion will be given to receiving and
frwa rdiing freight for riarties living or
Ea3t and North Bay, 'ia.lengera fo
Points oil either arn| of I lie Bay cai
depend upon securing prompt trails
portation at reasonable rates. Fo
further information apply to
*L. M. WAIts & Co., Agta
NAPHTHA LAU NOH,
CAr'. D. M. WITHERIL,
Carries the East Bay Mail between St
Andrewp Bay, Wetappo and intermed
ate points. Leaves St. Andrews dail
(except Sunday) at 6:00 a. m.; arrive a
Wetappo at 12:30 p. in.; leave Wetapp
at 1:00 p. in.; arrives at St. Andrews a
7:30 p. it. Makes landings regularly a
Harrison, Cromanton, Parker. Pitts
burg, and Farmdale. Freight landed a
any postoffice wharf. For passenger an
freight rates, see rate card in the sev
DAVID M. WITaHrRILL. Contractor.
L 0 CA L DR IF T -A nice suit of clothes at Maxon &
SD I F 13rock' for $4.
-Theseare lovel Indian summer -Parker lodge No. 1i2 F. & A. M. will
-These .are lovely Indian summer
days. "meet in regular communication next
a-Gov. Bloxham tells Floridians to Saturday at 1 o'clock p. m. Visiting
Masons in good standing are invited to
eat turkey and be thankful on Nov. 30. pal ticipate. 4
-See our men's and boys suits. Prices -There will be conference and
all right. R. F. BRACKIN & SON. preaching at the Baptist church on Sat-
-If you want to buy good goods urday, Nov. 25, at 3 p. m. Also preach-
cheap for cash, go to Maxon & Brock's. ing by the pastor on the fourth Sunday
-The L. B. Q will cure a cold in one at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.
day For sale at the Pioneer Drug -Gathering autumn leaves is the
Store, favorite outdoor pastime these pleasant
-Our stock of clothing is complete. November days. The light frosts have
Call and examine., tinted some of the tree foliage in hues
-President. McKi. nley has proclaim-. beyond the painter's art to imitate, and
-President McKinleyv has proclaim parties of young and old seek the
parties of young and old seek the
ed that Thursday, Nov. 30 snall be ob- brightest and finest of them to ador.
served as Thanksgiving day. their homes.
-Our men's pants department is -The following item from the Bur-
complete. Some good ones worth $5.00 lington, Iowa Democrat-Journal will be
for $3.75. R. F. BRACKIN & SON. of interest, as showing where two well-
-A good big Tablet for 8 cts and a known former St. Andrews boys are
good thick school tablet with 175 leaves drifting: "Walter 'and Arthur Blount
for 10ts; allwith handsome covers and and H. R. Raper, all of Detroit, Mich.,
good, ruled paper, at the BuoY office. bewv into Burlington in a sail boat to-
-The Kalamaoo Celery Nerve and day. Thet three young men left De-
Blood Tonic is tle best. A guarantee troit on August 14, in a 22-foot sail boat.
certificate goeo with every bottle. For They sailed across Lake Huron, Lake
sale at the Pioneer Drug Store, St. An- Michigan, through 'Green Bay, down
drews Bay. the Fox river, into the Wisconsin river.
-Our corrPespnden tswDlltpBta -Pear .. ,-,. h .---- -, WI.nain l.oth.
A Week's Weather.
The ollowing table gives the maxi-
mum, minimum and mean tempera-
tares, the rainfall and direction of the
wind, for the twenty-four hours ending
at 7 o'clock p. ms., as indicated by U. b.
eters. Max:Min. Mean. R'n W'd
Nov. 8 7T 56 66 .00 ne
S 9 76 52 69 .00 e
S10 7' -45 60 .00 sw
11 73 45 59 .00 s
12 76 46 61 .00 sw
3a 177 53 65 .00 se
1" 4, 74 50 62 .00 se
Forweek ..-76 1 49 163 I .00 I
Parker Lodge No. 142
JF -& A.- M.-
S /V eiatior,, on the first
a- ^ and third Saturday
in each imouthi.
FRATERNAIMT INVITED. -
E. PALMER, W. M.
W. A. EMMONS, Secretarv.
TTHINK about your health. Do not
H allow scrofula taints to develop in
your blood. Take Hood's Sarsapa.
rilla now and keep yourself WELL.
When ink has been spilled, the first
thing to do Is to remove as mOch of
the liquid as- possible with a damp
cloth. Then dip a clean rag into some
skimmed milk and spouge tle stain.
The cloth and milk must to c-lhnn for
each application. A little benzine or
ammonia will remove any grease
which the milk may make.
Madrid abounds In slums. which are
even greater eyesores thnn those of
Whitcchapel. There tu-e hii-yrluths of
uni'ow old streets. bordered by thei
most uninviting hotels, and rrom the
squalor of these abodes spring the
components of the feroriou.s umubIs
wbhi-h are the bane or the -rity.
Dr. H H. Haden. Summit, Ala., sayr,
"I think Kodol Drspepsis Cure is aH
splendid medicine. I prescribe it. and
my confidence in it grows with continued
use It digests what too eat and quick.
Iy cures dvypepsia and indigestion. R. F.
Brackin & Son.
snaaie L.lst Mna.
A sight was witnessed one day at
t e Z7<.a iat has been the talk of the
InmindTi-ha their favors mustn6 manes ]
early enough to reach us not later than
Monday evening;otherwise they cannot
ainear in the current issue.
-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." I
Pleasant to take. Never failes to quick-
ly cure all coughs, colds, throat and
lung troubles. R. F. Brackin & Son.
-Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either St. Audrews Bluff, orBuena Vista
Point, at 8c. per dozen; also map of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 12c. per dozen, at the
-It you are thinking of buyrig prop-
erty'in St. Andrews or immediate vi-
cinity, you cannot afford to purchase
until you have conferred with the pro-
prietor of the BUOY. If you are short of
money and want to buy on long time for
actual settlement you can be accommo-
-The Buoy has a limited quantity of
California sorghum, or sugar cane seed
for sale at 5c. per ounce; 40c. ner pound.
This cane grew ten feet high and two
inches through at the base on the Buoy
Farm the past season, and is very rich
in saccharine matter. If ordered by
mail, add lc per ounce for postage.
Also a few Nonesuch'strawberry plants
for sale at 50c. per hundred.
-Taxes for 1S99 became due Nov. 1,
and all those who are depending upon
the Buoy to attend to the payment of
theirs will, of course, remember that if
they have a sullicient tax account cred-
it to cover the amount, the payment-
will certainly be attended to; but if
they have not such a credit and satisfac-
tory arrangementf to that end have not
been made, they just .as surely will not
be paid by the Buoy.
-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-
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. Andrews and Bayhead
and all medicine dealers.
-The account of a 'Wreck on Ferry
Point" on.y reached this office after the
paper was printed and deposited in the
postofflcc However, the item, while
interesting in itself, would scarcely be
appropriate for publication in a paper
which like the Buoy, in recording hap-
penidgs on the bay, always aims to
keep within the spirit, as well as the
letter of the truth. That the boat
sprang aleak and its occupants left it
and went ashore. hardly entitles the
incident to the significance of a
"wreck." Moreover, wrecks are too
serious a matter to be treated lightly.
None of us know at what hour we may
be called upon to realize all the horrors
of a real wreck, and the Buoy must
draw the Line at bringing them into
service as a subject of pleasantry. If
our friend will kindly choose some oth-
.--A.m C J Nik at L f=.. ,- a __ 1 I" __-fA* -.-
~ -i ~-e 1Yec~c~l
Tce Itece t Elections.
The results o the election Oil the
6th inst. arei not encouraging to the
democrats. They did carry.MiAry-
land, and by using 'with th.e third.
party, succeeded in saving'Nebraska'd
to the puopnlis
In Keatuick hot contest is fol-
lowing the wtion4, and the copm-
plexion of th result, which was at
first claimed s largely republican, is
being so chl d that the majority
will be very ll whichever way it
blood it mak
ed upon unie
you know yjl
cided! It c
"what 'I h.
me to do so.
er held a
weeks. he s
Red sea I.
made of in
hot sand. w
the same ti
fails to cur
;be otl,&: day
:anie tu the u
for her. to nk
ainder t!.* pr
to n-e the trl
a very go
hat is e
was not v
inort. I p
and let it
or of hiso
for a full
Mississippi just below Prairieodu Chfin.
They have proceeded down the Missis-
sippi as far as Burlington, and will not
reach their final destination until they
arrive at St. Andrews Bay, Florida.
Their boat is a ship's yawl rigged up
for sailing. It has a small cabin, 5x11
feet in size, whicn affords a sicepir g
place and shelter from the inclement
weather. The party left Muscatine in
a strong north wind this morning and
arrived at Burlington at noon. The
Blount boys formerly lived at St. An-
drews, Florida, and are acquainted
with Mr. W. A. Emmons and family,
who resided here a number of years
ago. Raper lives in Detroit, Michigan."
To the Deaf.---A rich lady, cured
of her Deafness and Noises in the Head
by 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.
1221 The Institute, 780 Eighth avenue,
A girl named plain "Mary" at her
birth dropped the "r" when she grew
up and became Miss May. As she began
to shine in a social way she changed
the "y" to "e" and signed her letters
Mae. About a year ago she was mar-
ried, and now she has dropped the "e,"
and it's just plain "Ma." That's evo-
tution.-Itogersville (Tenn.) Review.
Bea n Brumme l Reprimanded.
Beau Brummel once Insolently re-
plied to an invitation to take tea by
'eemarking that he never "took" any-
thing but physic.
"Yes, you do." frowned his hostess;
-'you talt, Hh;erti,."
Lagrippe with its aftereffects, annually
destrovys thousands of people. It may hi!.
quickly cured by One Minute Cough Cure,
the only remedy that produces immediate
re-ults in .'onghs, colds, croup bronchitis.
pneumonia and throat and lung troubles.
It will prevent consumption. R. F. Brick-
in & Solt.
The uHe Was xIa.
A Scotch university professor, irritat-
ed to find that his students had got
into the habit of placing their hats and
canes on his desk instead of in the
cloakroom, announced that the next ar-
ticle of the kind placed there would be
destroyed. Some days later the profess-
or was called for a moment 'from the
classroom. A student slipped into his
private room and emerged with the
professor's hat, which he placed con-
spicuously on the desk. while his fel-
lows grinned and trembled.
The professor, on returning, saw the
list. thought some rashly obstinate stu-
dent had been delivered into his hands.
and, taking out his knife, he cut the
offending article to pieces, while vainly
attempting to conceal the smile of tri-
umph that played about his counte-
nance Heopras in a very bad temper
the next day
Likes to Be Kicked.
Hall Caine confesses that he likes to
be kicked. as long as the thing is done
in public and makes him conspicuous
ir notorious. He says in the London
Mail "Even the silliest personal refer-
"nee I ever see. h bwever inspired by
paltry feelings, seems to me by implica-
tion a tribute and compliment, being a
recognition of the fact that I am a
actor worth counting with and an ad-
versary worth Lighting. And when the
most false, the most mean and the most
belittling of the kind has ceased to ap-
pear I shall know that I am no longer
of the least account."
oft I W.O A~ .- ~. i ALIT aiMi6VA W 7(?RA WMYWA LV& UffN WOIM w&I -M-6i
peerr"-[ mafgjing mre M aInat d r cte
21 Jui #-er palace. Keeper Myers, who
U c. LArge of the snake cages. was
about to feed the reptiles, when. to his
horror, he saw one blacksnake meas-
aring six Seet. devouring Its mate,
which was about the same length and
size of itself. The reptile had swal-
lowed Itsfellow head first, and only a
foot and a half still remained outside
its mouth. It was lying quietly, and
about once every 30 seconds a swal-
lowing motion would seize it, when As
much as two inches of its meat would
disappear. Myers opened the cage
and, grabbing the powerless snake by
the tail, began tugging away to release
it.'- This proved to be no easy task. as
the cannibalistically inclined monster
had a firm hold on Its breakfast. Aft-
er several minutes of pulling that
brought the perspiration out on the
keeper the snake was set at liberty.
For a time- it seemed paralyzed. but
gradually regained its strength.-Ciu-
Robbed the Graveo
A startling incident, of which Mr.
John Oliver of Philadelphia. was the
subject, is narrated'by him as follows:
"I was in a most dreadful condition. My
skin was almost' yellow, eyes sunken,
tongue coated pain continually in back
and sides, no appetite-gradually grow-
ing weaker day by day. Three phyis-'
ciauns hd given me up. Fortunately a
- ----- ---J- ....--- C% X ~j -PY -U -- JJ
-The Thornwell orphanage, under
the presidency of its founder, Rev. Dr.
Jacobs, is an institution for the educa-
tion and technical training of orphan
boys and girls. It is located in Clin-
ton, South Carolina.' Nine handsome
stone cottages house the children. In
addition there are cbobo buildings,
general dining 'hall, Industrial and
Technical schools, library and shops.
A farm of an hundred acres gives the
boys opportunity of learning that busi-
ness. These orphans represent fifteen
different states--every Southern State
-and their parentage was of eleven
different denomin thio~s of christians.
They are received at the tender age of
six, and after being taught to take care
of themselves, go out to lucrative situ-
ations. The cost of support is compar-
atively small. Five dollars will -board,
clothe and school a boy or a girl for a
month. This could not be done, were
it not that the young people are a busy
set and practice self-hel). The money
that cares for them is what each be-
nevolent individual gives as moved by
his own heart, or the Father of all.
There is not a state in the union that
does not contribute. No one compels.
No More Medicine!
The Dr. King Chill Pad cure Chills. It'
it fails we refunid your money. $100,0011
to oack our guarantee. It is a sure pre-
ventative. If your druggist does not
keep tnem we will mail you one on re-
ceipt of jrice-$1.00. THE DR. KING
CHILL PAD CO., Memphis. Tenn.
A Bridge of CoMas.
When the British forces were march-
itg to Peking in 1860, after the capture
of the Taku forts, one of the rivers be-
came so swollen with the heavy rains
that it was rendered almost impassable.
While in this quandary a bright idea
suddenly struck one of our officers. Be-
ing well aware that the Chinese gener-
ally order their coffins years in advance
and keep them on the premises and also
that they are perfectly airtight, he con-
sulted with his brother officers, with
the result that orders were given to
search all the houses of the village and
collect every coffin. With the aid of a
few empty casks the soldiers construct-
ed a pontoon bridge of coffins sufficient-
ly strong to bear the artillery, and the
river was thus passed in safety.
The highest value of an English post-
age stamp is $25. The stamp is of ob-
long shape and very seldom used.
Ana w elr t staIn.;
It is rel
out he. bieff
the hall. bh
into the ha
Pion that b
a like nat
went on bis
think you bh
"Not at a
Mr wife h;
Pain Balm %,
for nine y'ea
ing any lien
"TheR eest is
' the democrats are
i the election will be o
thing! Cliothiig! d
t it meain when we
miplete and prices j
BRACKIC & SON,
t be fed on pure, rich
's Sarsaparilla is the
By enriching the
i he cried. "I cannot
u.rust reconsider the
refuse to believe that
rl looked at him for a
he were half sorry, and
firm again. she said:
elnderslot. I have de-
tell me," he pleaded.
oone to deserve this
swered. "since you ask
then. that he had nev-
for two consecutive
ered out into the misty
e Red Sea.
seasons of the year the
most unbearable. The
om T0 to 80 feet below
the sea at 0 o'clock in
ill'often register a tem-
-h as 90 degrees. If, In
storm thinks fit to
air is full of a mist
able particles of fine
lind and suffocate at
;old in One Day
romo Quinine Tablets.
fund the money if it
W. GROVE'S signa-
o-t incredible." said
i. but I saw a man
couldn't give an in-
ion of his wife He
to get transportation
he was entitled. and
rules we miust have a
person that is going
I" 11set can pntuh out
L Aiption of the person
to use the ticket in
'" mnn first how old his
,dl not tell within five
him hbow tall she was
ascertainn was that she
a 1. neither was she very
ed unt the word 'medium
d the man what the col-
a eyes was. He studied
minnute and said be be
was sure whether they
awme to the color of the
he was again in a quan-
ot dead sure whether it
hing this" bnsband was
t his wife was slim. "-
ears the InMllnns of the
gold country have sold
hot it has been impos-
ine how rich the deposits
Slave you, if you used
SLife Pills. Thousands
yve proved their match-
sick and nervous head-
Smake pure blood and
and build u! your health.
Try them. Only 25cets
not cured. Sold by all
ch main as Theodore
ccessfnlly with the ra-
ntlemen of the ball, in
n to the road, and on
all events, he proved
bat once when dining
'f with several bright'
e mint aund that when
the festivities to his
rered several servants,
ook awaiting him in
with slipped a coin
S.*the latter. The man
, noticed the size and
banks. under the impres-
was a .sovereign richer,
e. dispensing largesse of
to the other servants.
Bay rejoicing. nor did he
when. as he stepped into
ane of the footmen. who
d the real value of the
a out, saying. "Sir, I
e made a mistake"
, my good man." replied
with a gracious wave of
I never give'less. Coach-
'n's 'ain Balm Cures
Why Not You?
been using Chamberlain's
b good results, for a lame
bhas pained her continue ally
- We have tried all kinds
nd doctors withoaf receive.
it from any of them. One
Experience teaches: that
vod clothes wear longest,
codfoodgives best nutrition,
tnd a good medicine that
ares disease is naturally the
est and cheapest. Hood's
sarsaparilla is the best medi-
me money can buy, because
Scores when all others fail.
Poo' Health -"Had poor health for
ears, pains in shoulders, back and hips,
iWth constant headache, ne rvusness and
o appetite. Used Hood's Sarsaparlka,
gained strength and can ,work hard aff
Oy; eat heartily and steep weell. I took
Because it helped my husband to -whom
gave strength." Mrs. E. J. Giffels,
Moose Lake, Minn.
Hornd's Pills cure liver ills: the non-lrritating and
inly.cathartic to take with Hood's SarsanarUlla.
Lease of Six laches ot Lans.
A lease- of six inches of ground at
117 lir'nklin st reet, Chicago, for 91
other day. It runs from George I.
Barber to 1Hiram B. Peabody and is
for an annual rental, of $45. The prop-
erty has a depth of 8 feet and com-
prises the party wall between 117 and
115 Franklin street.-Chicago Times-
Little Sadie (who has been told she
must thank God for everything wbeth-
er it seemed good or not)-"Thank God4
again, mammal I've broken your ros
Some of the machines for making
matches which are used in these days
make 200 revolutions in a minute and
turn out about 2.500,000 matches daily,
or about 900.000.000 annually.
A FrIghtful Blunder
Will often cause a horrible burr, scald
cut or bruise. Bucklenls Arnica Salve,
the best in the world, will kill the pain
and promptly heal it. Cures old sores,
fever sores, ulcers, boils felons, corns,
all skin eruptions. Best pile cure on
earth. Only 25 cts a box. Cure guar-
anteed. Sold by all druggists.
A U o1a mNant in Caina.
One of the facts that we ineffaceably
cut into my memory during my first
winter in Newchwang was the finding
on one morning about New Year's time
85 masses of ice, each mass having been
a living man at 10 o'clock the preced-
The thermometer was a good bit be-
low zero (F.). The men had just left the
opium dens, where they had been en-
joying themselves. The keen air sent
them to sleep, and they never wakened.
-North China Herald.
City Boy's idea.
A Gallatin county farmer hired a
boy from the city to assist hin-thr..ugh
the summer. The farmer tuld the kid
to go out to the barn lot and salt the
calf The kid took a quart 6f salt and
industriously rubbed it into the calf's
bide. The colts got after the calf for
the salt and bad about all the hair
licked off the animal before its condi-
tion was discovered. Montgomery
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R. .F. BRACKIN & SON,
Corner of Bayview and8 Wyomin Avenues on Bay Front.
Glassware. Tinware and Notions!
What you can't find at any other Store, come to the R A C K E T
STORE and get.
Bread, Pies and Cakes, Specialties.
i I. GODARD, Proprioter.
PESACOLA, Fla. .Opposite Waiting ,oom of Union Depot,
Is the Pa ace for Passengers Coing to and from
ST. ANDREWS BAY.
Rooms Comfortable! Terms Reasonable!
Captain, JAs. E.CLARK.,
25 Toens Burden. assegetr Capacity 50
Mobile to jSt Andrews Bay and 5 00 St Andrews Bay to Apalachicola.. 2 '0
A" palachicola.......... 7 00 Carrabelle...... 3 0
Carrabelle ............ 8 00 Apalachicola to Carrabelle-....... T
EAST BO'U.ND. WEST BOUND.
15th and 25th at7 p.m.. ..........Mobile-........... -2th, 22d and 2d n.m.
17th and 27th p.m.. St AnrewsBa*..- .. .31th. 21st and let a. n.
i ..... Cromanton...-- ..
18th and 28th a.m..........mApalaehirola........lith, 21st and 1st p. in.
19th and 29th a.m...........Carrabelle. .. loth,20th and 30th noor.
Connects at Apalachicola with steamers up Chattahoocheo River. At
Carrabelle with :-. T. A-& G. Railroad for Tallahassee.
For further information. freight rates and special rates for large parties
Address, CA PT'. .AS. CLAIRK, tMlobile, Alabamnt.
I uaint Us-. iIsue-.
Look In Your MirAp
Do you see sparkling eyes. a healthy,
tinted skin, sweet epreasion aind a grace-
ful form ? These attractions are the result
of good health. If they are absent, there
is nearly always some disorder of the dis-
tinctly feamfnine organs present. Healthy
menstrual organs mean health and beauty
Wine of Carlui
makes women beautiful and healthy.
It strikes at the root of all their
trouble. There is no menstrual dis-
order, ache or pain which it will not
cure. It is for the budding girl, the
busy'wife and the matron approaching
'f-rre-ange d~ t e i every .t-rnr
crisis in a woman's life it brings
health. strength and happiness. It
costs $r.oo of medicine dealers.
For advice in cases requiringspecial
directions, address, giving symptoms,
The Ladies' Advisory Department.'
The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat-
MRS. ROZLNA ,EWIS, f Oenaavlle,
Texas, *Msys'-" was troubled at monthly
Intervals with terrible pains in my head and
back, but have been entirely relieved by Wine
In tropical countries there are what
one can %nly describe as ventilating
bees. During the hot season two or
three bees post themselves on their
heads at the entrance of the hive and
fan the Interior with the incessant mo-
tion of their wings. They are relieved
at intervals by fresh bees who carry
on the process. They are kept to-their
duty by a sort of patrol of bees. This
Is a well authenticated fact.
The two eggs laid by a -pigeon al-
most invariably produce male and fe-
male. Some curious experiments as to
which of the eggs produces the male
and which the female have resulted
in showing, that the first egg laid is
-the female and the second the male.
L. NM. V are guarantees every bottle of
inamlieri.:n's Cough Remedy and will
efund th<, money to any one who is not
Inalot Ur. 4 OAR.
Dr. Colles. an eminent surgeon ot
Dublin. who dletA .in i 4I. was remark-
able for his plalu dealing with him-
self.. In his fev look lte htil ninny,"
such candid entrit's a thie following:
"For giving l;Int-;ctual advice for
deafness. I guinea." .'
"For attempting to :draw out the
stump of a tooth. I guiwe.L"
"For telling bim that, he was so
more ill than I was. 1 Iguiea."
"For nothing that I know of. except
that be probably thought be did not
pay me enough last time. I guinea."
The J.apanese dentists perform all
their operations iu tooth drawing with
the thumb as ti th foreflnger of one
hand. The skill nut-emary to do tils
is acquired only after long practice.
but when onep i Is olbuained the opera-
tor Is able to ,,xtreect half a dozen teeth
in nhnnt M )t s,-e'on.I vithtrpt onin op.
moving his fingers from the patient's
Mrs. (ofrequenr Your husband
goes out a good deal. doesn't he?
Mrs. Seldom Home--Yes, but we al-
ways have seats next to the central
aisle. and it never disturbs anybody.-
finds most wVomen sick with painful periods,
headache, nausea. weakness and extreme
nervousness. A bottleot......
(OERSTLE'S FEMALE PANACEA)
will stregten tOewomb an' .
restore it to natural conditions.
COMO WITH GNE U OTTLIL
I was weak and In very bad health.and was
not able to do my work. I used one bottle of
G. F. P. and it did me more good than any-
thing I ever used. I am now enjoying good
health and can do all of my work.
Gin, Ark. MRS. S. CHANDLER.
Try G. F. P. at once. It will make you
strong, vivacious, regular and cure you at
any frm of female weakness.
PRICO $1.00 A BOTTLE.
A GIPrP Idea of S-ar.
At an examination in a certain school
for girls an essay on "Boys" was
ordered written, and this was one of
"The boy is not an animal. yet he
can be heard to a considerable distance,
When a boy hollers he opens his mouth
like a frog's, but girls hold their tongue
till they are spoke to, and they auswe
respectable, and tell just how It was.
A boy thinks he Is clever because be
can- wade where It Is deep, but God
made the dry land for every living
thing, s= rested on the seveath day.
When the' boy grows up he'called a
husband ad stays out nights, but the
grew up girl is a widow and keeps
Knew What Prvert7 Meant,
"You have never known the pangs of
poverty I" he exclaimed bitterly.
The hairMs' eves softened. though
liquid to begin with.
"Indeed I have," said she warmly.
"I went to a bargain sale where no one
knew me and found I and left my purse
at home. "-Indianapolis Journal.
"Some of those poatofflce peopl- ar
very clever. They can read Illegible
writing and deliver letters when the
address i worse than a Chinese puzzle."
' "Yes, but they can't help out thq
man who forgets to mail his wife's let-~
T.he Hpe of the 'fatUre. .
There is no other qducatiohal Insti-
tution equal to a well regulated home.
SR S- L. STONE,
Oor. 1uena Vista Avenue and
In Prepared to Enteitain
dary He z.
was dtrk I!
sure of wa
nold to tral
%ible to detm
Dr. King's N<
lesi merit for
Easy to take.
Money back i
look to cope
pacit. of tthe'
, lw ft i in1r r
Ak Waseiwlve Lesuson.
"My wie has a way of jogging m;
m emory that I am hardly In sympathy:
with," maid Smith, with a sorry smile
as he taed away his last mobth's gai
.T "About a month ago. as I was pre
paring to come down town. she hand
ed ,me a letter with the injunction t
be eure and mail It at the flzt mai
.6 " box that I came to. I promised and
Thursday Nov. 16% 1899, put the letter away In my pocket.
"'Now, don't forget.' she called aftet
S T. A N 1) RE W 8 me, 'as the letter Is very important.'
'I won't.' I answered and straight
P R I C E S C U R R E N T. way proceeded to forget all about it.
GROCERLES. "The other day I chanced to be go
Aigar, i lb Tea, l In g through my pockets when I was
6tranulated ... ..6 He No....... 55 surprised by ominug across the letter
Coffee,A .... 5h% Gunpowder.. 40 that my wife had given me to mtal
Lt brown..,.. 5 Undol'd Jap.40-60 four weeks before. Remembering that
(een od12@20 nsilkw 'o she had said it was very important, I
Oreen.... 12@20 Unsweetu'oa.1
Arhuckle,.b12-16 Sweetenud. L. 8 glanced at it to see to whom it was ad
.,iger snaps 31b 25 Baking powder datessed.
)raekers, Isda.. 10 Royal. .... .. 50 "I Was thunderstruck to find that it
'nhacco, plug 20a60 Campbell...... 10 tas addressed to me. Thinking that
R LiSian Canned fruit my wife must have taken leave of her
Londonlayers.8-15 Peaches.... 0laQ0 lenses, I tore it open and found a note
V-ikucia...... 8 Tomatoes.... .Sal2 that read thus:
.ice ... .... 6 Apples ........ 10 ".'rhe gal i leaking in the base.
Evaporated... 1i Plums......... 10ment. Please send a man up to fix t.'
DriEvap.wated...eaches 8 Apricotlums .... .V1120 "1 don't remember what I said when
oal Oil prgal ... 15 Strawberries... 20 I charged rnie and found that the
;asolie ....... 20 Pineapple ...10-20 gas was still leaking, but all the satis-
Florida Syrup... 40 Canned Meats faction I got out of my wife was that
ionley......... 1.00 Roast Beef..... 15 she thought I would remember to post
;'ncegar ....... 30 Corned Beef... 15 the next letter she gave me. and I be-
leajlIn- 'lir p V' 15 -_Gbipp4.d BeoIiO) k 5 li- f iilL"-Dt-truh. Itree Press.
Butter...... 25-30 Lobster ....... "20
Lard .... .... 8-10 Salmon.... ... 15 Monkey Vengeance.
aeans ...... 4 Canned Vegetables Gibraltar is noted for the monkeys
Cocoanut pkg... 10 Baked Beans... -10 which live there. Visitors watch for
Jelly, glass 10..1 Peas ......... l0@ them by the hour. and they may not
Lime Juice...... 45 Pumpkin ...... 12 appear, yet occasionally In full day-
Eggs per doz... 15 light they will cross the walls and
PROVISIONS. rodf surrounding the old cemetery
flour Pork from the Alameda gardens, where
Am'qSwan %. .2.25 D. S. pr lb ..... .71 they go to drink at the fountain.
Majestic.... 2.75 Bacon Sides.....8| A subaltern tells an amusing story
Corn Meal prbu60-70 Fresh....... 8a10 concerning this colony of animals.
-Oat Meal pr lb... 5 Br'kf'st Bacon. II About two years ago some officers
Corn perbu....55-60 Ham canvassedl21 managed to detach a small monkey
Potatoes Shoulders ..... IQ
Irtou 1ld20 Beef fom its fellows at the drinking trough
Carly 'ee'seed 1.20 Corned ......... 8 and kept it foija fortnight in captivity.
Sweet .... 60@75 Fresh........ 8110 Then, for reasons of their own. they
1alt, prsack... 85 Dried....:.... 25 thought well to restore It. So they
Table ........ 5 Milk pr qt...... 10 took the little beast lack to the drink-
HARDWARE. Ing trough early one morning before
Mails, er e lb3%a4j Ax,with handle. 75 the others had arrived and watched It
Galv wire do.6a6j Hoes, each ... 35a50 in ambush.
Manilla rope.. 9al20opper paint, can 45 Presently the monkey colony came,
Stoves cook,. .$8a25 Linseed oil, ga155@60 reconnoitered and, observing the tru-
Pipe, per joint 15
DRY GOODS, ant-as they evidently considered him
Prints, per yd.. 5a8 Checki .......5a52 -held a consultation. After much
meetingss .... 5a9 Flannel. ......15a40 chattering two of the largest apes ap-
Muslin....... 9all Thread per spool. 5 proached the returned wanderer, "who
Jeans ...... 15a45 Shoes,ladies.$1a2 75 appeared petrified with fear, seized
Extra pants pat 285 Men's... $1 40a300 him by his arms and, after apparently
MISCELLANEOUS. strangling him, threw him over the
Hay pr cwt..75al.m5 Oats pr bu....... 55 precipice beneath the signal station,
Br ... ...... 1.25 Brick pr M..... 13.00 evidently Ipn revenpe as a deserter.
Rope Sisal .....7@9 Lime prhbl...... 75 .. . :..- ..
FRUIT and NUTS. Used by British Soldiers in Af.
Oranges pr doz.. Pecaus pr i)..... 15 rica.
Apple ........ 12 Walnuts......... 20r
i.emo. ......... 25 Almonds........ 15 Capt. C. G. Dennison is well known all
OYSTERS over Africa as commander of the forces
it shll pr11,000 1.5) Opened pr qt .. 15c that captured the famous rebel Galishe.
or ... $30 Cows....... $15a$25 Under date of Nov. 4, 1897. from Vry-
ules. .. $.%a$tlOt Hogs ..... ...i3to$4 burg, Bechananlind, he writes: "Bt*fore
.. pr yoke $30 Sheep .......... #2 starting on ihe last campaignii I bought a
I'OU LTlY qu.antitv of Chnnmberlain'i' Colic, Cholera
'i.ken....h .15a.5t Geese each. 45a.0 Lnd Diarrhoea Rlemedy, which I used my-
',trkty 7... 1i T .00 Ducks........ 15a'0
FISH. self when troubled with bowel complaint,
L'h t '-:lt ado nah given to my me and in every
.Mliilut pr doz 9.5e Mullet pr l,1i 4.50 case it proved most beneficial." For sale
M.o. t ........... I5 'Trout........ 4.50 by L. Ware. St. Audrews and Bav-
l'ompano pt r Hi,.. (i Pompano. ... 10.00
Surgeon ...... 10 Mackeral .... 8.00 head and all medicine dealers.
LUM BER. ____ -- .--_**
Flooring, Ceiling. LEGAL NOTICES
.-,m...$14.00 Heart, ,i...$14.00 LEGAL NOTIC .
(**ii ** ... 12.00 Face ... 12.00
S .. ,0 Sap ... 10.00 Notice of Election.
Drop siding. Clapboards, Whereas, the term of office of the pres-
Heart face ln 14.00 3x6in. Vm. ..12.00o cnt Board of Trustees for Special Sub
. ,U 10.00 Finishing lum- District Number Two (2) has expired; It
itil'Itrumer.. 8@12 her,d.. $email@example.com is ordered that an election be held in said
HIe.rtshingles, 2.50 Lath, imI.... 2.00 Special Tax School District Number
.ap 1.50 Boat lumber, Two ('2), located at St. Andrews Bay, to
dressed....s20 determine who shall be Trustees for the
... .---- ,-- ,-,e succeeding two years and the nujnher of
mills of Dittrict School Tax to be levied
$100 Reward. $100. for each of said years, on the 21ot day of
The readers of this 'paper will be pleas- November, A. D. 1899. G. II.BUJSH,
ed to learu that 'lhere is at least one W C. LOCKS, Ch'n Bd. Pub. Ins.
dreaded disease ti~st science has been Co. Spt. and Secy.
able to cure in all its stages, and that s Notice ill Foreclosure.
Catrar'. Halt's CatarrhCure is the only First Judicial Circuit of Florida--Cir.-
,icut Court of Washingtwn County.
positive cure kiiown to the medical Ira- E. Williams comnplainani, vs. R. E.
ternityv. Catarrh being a constitutional Bondurant, M. S. Bonduran't and Robert
disease, requires a constitutional treat. J. Lowry, det'endants.
meant. Hall's Catarrh Care is taken in- it is ordered that the defendants, R.
et. Ctrrh re s fe E. londurant, M. S. Bondurant and Rob-
terntlly. acting directly upon the blood ert .1. Lowry appear., plend, answer orde.
and mucous surface. of the system, there- ntur to the bill tiled again, thrm herein
by destr ving the foundation of thedias on the following dates, the said R. E. and
ease, and giving the patient strength by M. S. Boedrra. t otn te *16th day of De-
::':, , -,, :eemler.A. D. 189, and the said Roert
building up theconstitutiun and assisting j. Lowry on the 18th day of November,
nature in doing it4 work. The proprie- A. D. 1899.
tors have so much faith in its curative This order to be published in the St.
powers that they offer One Hundred Dol- Andrews Buoy, a newspaper published in
laprer any case that it n ails to cure. D said county of Washington, for the period
lAddor aesy case that it fails to cure. of eight consecutive weeks prior to said
F.J.CHENEY& Co. Toledo, O. sixteenth day of December, A. D. 1899,
F. C Y & o. Stand fvur consecutive weeks prior to said
Sold'by druggists, 75e. eighteenth day of November, A. D. 1899
Hall's Family Pills are the best. Witness my hand and official seal
thhli the 6th day of October, A. D.
zi W.. la Ula .i*. [L. S.] 1899. W. B. LASSITTER,
IBalzac once promised Lirleux. the Clerk of the Circuit Court aforesaid.
manager of the Odeoa theater In Patis, BUTLZ" & FI.OYD,
... Mv-4 ^ -t.-,h __e Complaina.nt's Solicitors.
k Th i wn Sam f flountoft 8INA tr.
A Thouan Tongs. Professor Hrat Co Of CornellIO E
r could not express the rapture of Annie versity, who us I a- reporter I
Y E. Springer, of 1125 Howard at., Phila- for the United sttE tells this
, delphia, Pa., when she found that Dr. about am W tells this re
s King's New Discovery for consumption stor Sam "We re-
had completely cured her of a hacking porters took turn all bout each
. cough that for many years had made for an hour. One as sitting
- life a burden. All other remedies and Idly in th reporteS waiting
doctors could give her no help, but she my turn 2d looking o gently my
o says of this royal cure-"it soon remov- attention was drawn b ltor Hous- l.'
Sed the pain in my chest a cad I n now to Huge of frame. arties- C i
Sleep soundly, something I can scarcely larly huge of feet, extreme
r sounding its praises throughout the ous ies wer r tda ys ofl li-IEvery cough makes
universe." So will everyone who tries ou in ose ays o by lg
. Dr. King's Discovery for any trouble of Incased in laced shoes. this occa- your t roat more raw
the throat, chest or lungs. Price 50c sion there so-med to h amount of and irritable. Every
and,$1. Trial bottles free at any drug pain in those feet P rtiouate to cough congests the lining
s store. Every bottle guaranteed. their size. membrane of your lungs. N R OF rTL Al
"The senator kept e upon his Cease tearing your throat |uI
l Personal. knee. rubbing it. with anguished and lungs in this way.
Rev. S. L. Lmudermilk, the Bap- expression and period ly exchang- Put the parts at rest and ST. ANDR
tist pastor arrived with his family lng for the other foot. awhile he give them a chance to 3 A.
Last Friday and occupies the Herrick lacedhein shoes ing( them off. heal. YOU will need some
house, corner of Washington avenue continued for nime "a ore utos help to do this, and you
arnd Wilmot street. relief came..and :rt la o my utter
r amazement and nmuFe he slowlyN I d A
Judge S. T. Walkley of Croman- divested himself of a lc ue woolen
ton came to St. Andrews on Sunday stocklig. and. tukilg uge Jack- H andle no
last under the escort of Dr. Kester,. nte with whittling he w ut tod pass PRESCRIPTIOHS
in whose care he is for the treatment llberately to pare his ~ tI the sen- PRI T
of a serious chronic affection with ate of the United S:atc DR.J.IJ.'
which he has long been a sufferer. B e a eer.
t ie has apartments at the Stone Some 20 or 25 years gentleman
House. of this place wastIt-et ustableand l
H ~~~- ._.00-1-DPmpitp"fi
DO YOU GET UP I. suasttoe PA I a w o
ticeable all during the After the
WITH A LAME BACK ? polls elsed and be wa la red eleet- From the first dose the
S ed he hhi .him o t \.er bank, quiet and rest begin: the
In the meantime having ,himself tickling in the throat
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.with an old pepper b Istol. one of ceases; the spasm weak-
papers is sure to know of the wonderful through this cl ard to go pears. Do not wait-for
lm cures made by Dr o. t g some one pneumonia and con- P R K E R ,
the great kidney, liver more tree h xcl n di ed gumption but cut short
and bladder remedy anddramatic stveo n dignified your cold without delay. ur tockisComp e
I ltisthe great med- "Halt! I m of this dis Dr Aers Cherr Pec-mpe
cal triumph of the nine- trict and command halt. Y ou toral Paser should bO -OOIDS
covered after years of hate to do it. Iut it '-bang!" d verthe lungs of everyper- -gif TheTrading P c
scientific research by of my official duty. thar so trubledwithacuh The Highest Market P
Dr. Kilmer, the emi- to st o18abutbyou w.1 -k lgbang! Just D o to r.ha k
nent kidney and blad- o ut k bang! Just
.-netkndthen the ohl peprs Writetoethe Doctor. m
"___" der specialist, and Is manatbe ld eerame un- le 0 e C
wonderfully successful in promptly curing manageable and b' Unusual opportunities and long ex-
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou- bang went the, remi our loads Ti1eouenl al Wry
bles and Bright's Disease,which is theworst The firing soon attrr co ad the particulars your ease. Wri
.form of kidney trouble. the tree was thus st ro ben with our herrv Poctoral. You
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec- 'But, notwithstandi'ce s wil receive a prompt reply, without
ommended for everything but if you have kid- the sycamore ani sode of o s ,
ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found en it i Address, DE. J. C. AYR
just the remedy you need. Ithasbeentested shows, the gentle Id to have
n so many ways, in hospital work, in private made a good officer. een (Ky.)
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur- Herald.
chase relief and has proved so successful in "I h bd d.yspeps'iafi ara He Couln't Reach It.
every case that a special arrangement has never found pirmane pillars and The following anecdote concerning
been made by which all readers ofthispaper Kodol Dyspepsia Cu il I usam well the famous lecture on "The Holy
who have not already tried it, may have and feel like a new I w Land," which, It s said, ex-Governor
sample bottle sent free by mail, also abook Fleming, Murray. Ne rites S. -. Lande" which It su said ex-Governor -
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to gestant'known Cur he best di- Oglesby never succeeded in delivering
find out if youhavekidneyorbladdertrouble. gesat kon Cur rms ofindi- as he prepared it, is related in Franc
When writingmentionreadingthisgenerous scribe it. R. F.Bra where pre- B. Wilkie's pamphlet on the life of the
offer in this paper and oa n governor:
send your address to She Ke He Jiad been invited to deliver this
hDr.Kilner&Co..B She as a youn th lecture at a country town in Illinois
eguta fimty c.nt aS vivid sin aatoun an with a and accepted. A large crowd gathered :
regular fifty cent and omeorSwmp-Root, rpid tiree- to hear him, and he was greeted with bCO TANa
dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists. cabulary. to hear him, and he was greeted with C.oPouTA..N. Mai
"Oh." she said to re- loud applause as he stepped forward HE delights of an
Scently. I did coie 'F rFn to lecture. He was only to speak for I HE delights of an ev,
TheMexianburro ertainwhere. dreadful ident ear seeng' twas one hour and said In beginning he ing table are not h
to dig for water by closely observing Just 'oo shocking would preface his lecture with a fewwith its wealth ofv
"how did It hap remarks on his experience In Europe.
the surface of the ground. one ob- "loqueried the At the end of 2% hours he was still l ove,itsdescriptions
.We .. ne.na -r "*'TwfRgi h-tOit Europe. &nd because the ends of the earth, and its ins
"'We hd found water in an arroyo There y hols e. i ol t this: people seemed so delighted he an- are the first requisites for yo
of a sulticient quantity to make cof There was a Ihorse crmlh Ong at the nounced that he would deliver the lee-
fee, when we saw three burros search- corner of i'rospect and a horse ture the next evening, and proper education of you
Ing for water. They passed several and a buggy-and they 't see the The same people came back. re-en ; To Secure for you the be
damp places, examining the ground motor was so close--tha t le people forced by many more, and at the end trted mgzines t the lowe
closely, when the leader haired near us in the buggy didn't see ere was a of another two hours he stopped wth at the lowe
and began to paw a hole in the hot. woman drivlug--a wol and two out having said anything about the editor of this journal. That
dry sand. Having dug a hole some- children. I think-and tried to Holy Land. except to announce that as to judge. A special contract
thing over a foot in depth, he backed drive the horse across track-the his subject. The third night there waseeks to beco
out and watched it intently. To our buggy bhad a top to It, he didn't a monster gathering, and Governor Poltan, hich eeks to becon
surprise it soon began to till with wa- hear the bell-and th ort came Oglesby. after finishing up Europe. enabled us to offer you a year
ter. Then he advanced, took a drink right up and pushed a hLe buggy started to say a few words about treated magazines together w
and stepped aside for his companions and pushed t along, he horse Egypt and the Nile before beginning
to drink. When they went away, we Jumped a little, and woman his lecture. At last he looked at his tTAt
drank from their well and found the screamed. and the ch -well, I watch and, with a look of astonish.
water to be much cooler than any we couldn't hear the chi -but the met, turned to one of his friends on UUI
had found for many a dny There is man wasn't strong eno stop the the platform and said:
no witchcraft about Mexican burros. motor, and It pushed tl ggy right "Well, here It la 11 o'clock, and I'll f I thiS Way yOU Secure
but th,'v t-.. ,o, ,,.,. o.'.n. ottthe trrac.lo- be hanged if I've got to the Holy Land magazine at a price that is
ToA 0 ed e rInquired there ltere you sted tmh. yet"- icago Tribune. illustrated magazines sell for.
O O ea ers I tood by the curb." s. .wa way .ehe.e. undisputedly claimed that it
Here is a GOreat Bargain "e" o, long ago a Pittsburg life issu- any periodical, daily, weekly
WE HAVE TO OFFER YOU! 4" w o nervous. yo ow." ace agent persuaded a Chinaman to Cosmopolitan which Sent Jul
TH BU OVand "& i .t. c e ma S take out a policy of $5,000.. The latter know the real horrors of fan
THE TBUOY and n as e coulsate b Se had Bo clear idea of the transaction. itan which established at its
THE TWIOE-A-WEEK li eI ld ad p ."-Cla- but understood that on paying the University which now has ov
DETROIT FREE PRE88 premiums promptly he would be enti- The Cosmopolitan which offt
Both Papers One Year Ur*. s! '. o-i O. tied to $5,000 some time. Ie began less carriage and prizes for be'
And the Free Press Year Book Tips given to Pullman porters by bothering the agent for the nouey after ment of sewer and pipe syste
ana Encycloptedia for 1900 government employees e perform- a ouple of weeks had passe a he Which set the presidents of
FOR ONLY $1.75. r against L, Sam. They woul have to die before he tuld get diSCussitithe dect of
E T E E F P are the only tips which o it. The Chinaman fell down a cellr- Cosmopolitan whose eliterpri
TFE TWICE-A-WEEK FREE PRESS thta d! t,, fn. h way and was badly hurt. His friends World's civilization.
is conceded by all to be Michigan's lead- as just been gleaned g the dis- tried to attend to him without callingave alssceeded
ing newspaper. b asvjusmbee g Tir ? h ie I doctor. When they did call one in We have alsCCeeded
Rcnember that by taking advantage of play by a government o of a bill i twn a Ilater. he doctor washey did call O.tnn ith this jod al
this combination you get 52 copies o the of expenses which he I ed to pre- .. two didny lter, the do call e so anger y. he After ion withngon ourbool
BUOY and 104 copies of the FREE sent for a recent trip te made ke'hy didn't yo call me s dead nowoner" he Afterplacingonyouro
PRES4 and the FREE PRESS YEAR In the service of the go ,en.L He ked "This man is half dead now. in connection with your hi
BOOK for 1900 for only $1.75. exhibited the statement ) evidence Next day the injured man's brother thing in a household-for
The Free Press Year Book and of the eloee manner In hb. the gov. was at beineuranceofice with a leim keeping of accounts. The
Encyclopedia for 1900. ernment did business. d to pre- tor $2. t0. "You're not entitled to in Bookkeeping is the "Elli
sent a receipt for vor xpnditure anything on th. said the insranceup in
Over 500 page; Good Paper mttd. even a receipt frr e 'uliman agent. "nutil tho nan is dead." but with it, neatly pat up t
Binding....oad.Tor Doctol _.him half dled." n ledger, bllheadssemen
orhow r, tt not till be haote. Will contain a Correct, Concise ant The only item for I there was
work, however. that not till be bai Noce. Events o reeirt was "T*Ipt. B."e. When
been long and urgently importuned did All persons are hereby warned that I askComplete Report of th Events a Tips, r. the off
be promise to read hit piece to the will not be responsible for any debt con- of 1899. cer.aaid- "They we r h I gave off
company the next week. The com. traced by my wife, "Betty," from and As a book of reference it has no equal to cuha 'h gver.
pay gathered about him o the da after this date, asI wil notpayany debt There will not e a uselesspage in it. A v a e oe. tgoar
appointed. and he read bi five nct she may make. H. S. WELCH. Practical Educator and t and Book of oent allows those It dy are the
py ppointed ny throgea to the end Aug. 31,1899. Encyclopedic Information on subjects only which ar a 1. I I tip,
SLyrex was enthusiastic. ran
abake hands with the great nrtr 4nu t and Agricultural; likewise a book of Re- carries my bag, the tip ,es out of
ae hands with the writer n] Hac er S n ligios Fact, and genera Practical Direc- my pocket. but the tpph Pullman
tumrd ovr the pages of the mana- UC Hacker tions on every-da.v affairs, car powers a artr fo Journ
script wboe contents had pleased him A copy pf this book will be sent to all made on a sleeper. i sn su ca ognlzed
ni-hly. I A'. taking advantage of this offer. The book custom that the item fo t1 ch tips is
lut what was this? There were only, will be published about Dec. 22, 1899, it Ilways allowed by the 'rnmeut to
four ac.t. The last pages of the m.n- being impossible to get it out earlier on ofces when traveling o vernment
script' were blank. In surprise thw account of getting complete records of l 1whe Ureaens novs emont
lunn.agr asked what It all tuenat. MANUFACTI'URERS 1899 events. The book will be mailed as bsinaess.--New Orleans mes'-Demo.
BElzatn smii'd aud ahlmitted thut Ih teoon after above date as possible, crat. "
ldnoytwtnoTt i atf ftlnot delay, but take advantage of
I e lk as -atak too .or this liberal offee, which we make for a Ink laots on P i.
tki ih .eIr'w that be had tt as ti hUarlu Dl x limtnited time only, by special arrange- To remnovei ink frou paper pour
te his ,. i Iol a s to ments with. the publishers Remember, enough water over a poonful of
piper. "At'." coulntireil (hp e P94 we send both paprs a full year and the, cbtorlnated lime to (ov the stained
tiimrrily. -I have in the .mine heal tw( book for only $1.75. Address portion. Moisten a il n piece of
iorn. outcor es of ,ihe plot in cnse til, ST. ANDREWS BUOY, linen and rub it lightly t the mix-
one I just I'-ad d6n't please you."--ai 1 S&. Andrews Bay, Fla. tire. If the stain is t of too long
1-rau,.~mes ArgomunuL atjmnding, it will disiipp r. It more
-- than one applIcatlon is required, let
"'Ifthe cap fits, wea- it." It you have the paper dry before we ing the see-
ioils, pimples, scrofula, salt rheum, dvs- eb M a T. od or third time. If tli pot Is rub-
epoaia, rheunmatism or calarrh. you are *of !conu sS. bed. the texture of the er will be
e r i a y alansc, e the spoiled. Dry it gently w a piece Of
.just. the one that should take Hood's Sar- o inals gntly D a pece a to
saparilla, for this medicine cures all cTheApeat.hPay&tErie nore for
th,.e troubles. ERY cANTED--bEVERAL Il lIGHT AID
Hood' Pills cure HONEST persons fo re sent us as
Hood's Pills cure all liver ills. Non-ir- __ A 1 D VansU In i.. .,. .... ..
awered the brother. "Why he no glet
lut half ?"
Doe't Put a Bird 7a the Window.
"Never put a bird in the window,"
said a bird fancier to the reporter the
other day. "I rarely go into the street
in summer, or even on -a mild day In
winter, that I do not see unfortunate
canaries hung In the windows. Even
if the sun is not broiling the brains
under the little yellow cap. a draft is
blowing all the time over the delicate
body. People have been told a thou-
sand times that they must not put a
bird In the draft, yet how few re-
member that there Is always a draft in
an open windowr'-Berlin (Md.) Her-
Digests what you eat.
Itartifcitlalydigeststhe food and aids
Nature ii strengthening and recon-
structing the exhausted digestive or-
gans. Itsthelatest discovered digest-
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in effienicy. It in-
_a _fam _-11___-s nikA ----m_*L.1_ __
ceivable, checks, remitting 1
beginning and carrying on
manufactory or the store.
do not keep their account
Farmers and mechanics, hu
-sional men, young and old, i
accounting. By the "EHlis
The cheapest price at wl
from Michigan unpaid), but
thousands of sets so that it
with this paper and The Cc
Ail Three Togel
te, Our Prices the Lowest
A J '.L.vW-LM -J B.-E ITI!
uNsnred that .ve will ot be undrsold...J'
rice Paid for Country Produce!
ening spent arcid a well-lighted tead.
alf understood. An. illustrated magazine
illustrations, its stories of adventure and
of travel which carry you to the remotest
structive articles for young and old-these
ur own enjoyment and the entertainment
r children. ---
st and most interesting of the great illus.
st possible price has been the aim of Ohe
we have succeeded. we leave our readers
t recently entered into with The C6fib.
ie better known in this neighborhood, has
r's subscription to the greatest of the ilus-
rith a year's subscription to this journal,
lne earfor0nl$ 1.8
your own home paper and th illustrated
only about fourth of what some of the
. For three years The (Cosmopolitan has
reached the largest clientele possessed by
or monthly, in the world. It was The
lian Hawthothe to lndit to let the world
nine and plague. It was The Cosmopol-
own cost a greit Free Corr spondence
ver 20,000 students onl its rolls. Jt was
ered a prize of $3,000 for the best horses
st plans for public baths, and best arrange-
-ms for cities. It was The Cosmopolitan
great schools and (nitersities seriously
;isting educational systems. It is The
ise is always in the lead in advancing the
in arranging for two additional offers in
J and The Cosmopolitin,: *
Dk-table the best of the illustrated magazines
ome paper, probably the most important
every household, in fact-is the proper
only thorough system of Slf-instructioh
s." It is not only a complete instructor,
i a box, go sales-book, cash-book, journal,
s. bank-book, bills payable and blls re-
book and every conceivable appliance for
the business of the farm, the shop, the
More people fail in business because they
ts straight than from any other cause.
husbands and wives, students and profe-
rich and poor, all need some knowledge of
System" this is easily acquired through
which this is sold at retail is.41.75 (express
The Cosmopolitan has purchased many
t may offer them if taken in connection
other for Only $3.00!
One other opportunity we offer you, You wish to keep In t6ouc
with metropolitan life, through the medium of. a great daily. Tho
Thrice-a-Week World of New York is the equivalent of a daily and
iS a marvellous fund of knowledge.concerning the happenings of the
day. Each issue contains six to eight pages of eight columns each or
over eight thousand columns of reading matter a year. In former
days this would have cost you probably as much as $6.00 a year4
by itself. Now you can have it, if you wish, in connecttkn with your
home paper and The Cosmopolitan Magazine
hree To ether One Year for Only'$ 351.
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ENUE AND EiCHIGAO STREET,
REWS BAY, FLA,
I I 3 I T
a lt Ar BSl A
Fancy Tle Arlesl
KESTER. M D. Drug pist.
%m n lIdm
MOBILE BUSINESS -DIRECTOR
J. LYONS, Pres,t.
J. F. DR
ALABAMA CORN MILl
and Grain Dea
154 to 164 N. Commerce St., MOBILE
NORTH BAY LUMBER COMIC
BAY HEAD, FLA.
0. TOMPKINS & CO.
ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH
Ruugnt and Dressed Lumber of All
AGO Mr. My Vocation.
LS, M.y name is Arthur Clarence Fitz-
Icolin; and a clork. I am not absolute-
c miserabl. but am nevertheless far
The ct.uss of my own unhappiness is
Ala. rhat I cannot alight upon the particu-
asr walk in lifo in which my abilities
tre destined to make me famous.
}t i a my fatii'i ;'-*:*': t principle
.a 'Inn S' 1 gr i n in a npartic-
AN|; ," ', ir. i;e '..Jt. tin e chances are n
..i:;.fi ~- :-n,. tat he never finds that
L-r r .v yeurs he worked at the trade
,f b;ot)t1m ukiug without becoming a pen-
,,y piec-i the richer. and it was only on
h:;1 de~.tlihed that he found he onght to
t,.,- h.:;n a cabinet minister.
.i v '.wn. ,'.. *ln:ion was that I came
i. ll,_ wirld for the sole purpose of
a : its inhabitants something
S. in the det, cuive line.
S'.:..; r -:nni e: at last. I was
Po MI: l..6 n thl 3ttand in that calm.
ra d:' .-'mful manner peculiar to people
I;_T;Lt brain power when a passerby
THE PATRONACE OF THE PUBLIC SOLICIT
AV-Terms cash or endorsed notes.
THE PEOPLE'S STOIR
PrriSBUMkG ON EAST BAY.
Leads in Low Prices and Gi
He invites the purchasing public to
F.TpLmine:his stock and GET PRICI
Pays the Highest Price for Green Salted ALIGATOR I
If you need FURNITURE of any kind, call on
40, 42,& 44 S. Palafox st., Pensacola, I
Br. Mitchell's DruI Store
COMMERCE ST. EAST OF WARE& CO'S ST
Fresh and of Guaranteed Pur
DR. W. G. MITCHELL, PROPRIETOR,
Offers His Professional Services to the Citizens of St, Andre%
May be 'oid at his residence on Bueimin Vista avenue at night. "
Pio ner tr e
SL.- M. WARE,
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardwt
Ship [Chandlery, Salt Fish, Etc. Etc.,
Sehrs. Nettie, Cl
ir r f';"-"r euT? ril ly aifo Cy raIce. i
I. TED ,~' I r'l ,re. and he passed on al-
lTED ).it raineoaiately, apparently satisfied
with his iwnpect inn.
"I literally jumped with eagerness and
delight. The man. although outwardly
refined and gentlemanly, had a very
S trial ing face.
SE "hat ian," said I to myself, "has
avery indication of being a villain."
Then a thrillof excitement ran through
me. As he wait,.e ahead I noticed that
his ear tapered to a point at the top
C it was, in fact. a splendid example oi
what is known in physiogonomy as
ood the criminal ear.
e0d "That man is a villain," said I.
Having come to this rather impor-
tant conclusion, I immediately formed
the idea of following him. First of all,
Call., I turned up my coat collar. Adetectivw
So .must not on any account be conspicu-
ous. Now my linen is always white as
inow, and therefore necessarily conspic-
I then followed my man in a slouch-
ing, shuffling way, in order to show
people that I had no object in follow-
ipg him. I rounded my shoulders,
Showed my head, oIOAed up under m
eyebrows with the most approved ferret
expressions and followed my quarry
with the pertinacity of a bloodhound.
"His general appearance and de-
meanor." I soliloquized, "are indica
tive of refinement. He is therefore a
gentleman. Being a gentleman, it can-
not be his object to perpetrate a com-
mon burglary. He has the aspect of a
foreigner. Being a foreigner, he may
Fla. be a Russian, and, being a Russian, he
must be a nihilist. Good heavens The
welfare of the populace, the very fate
of the dynasty, may be at stake. Per,
haps this man carries an infernal ma-
chine concealed upon his person. But
O what is the life one man to the safety
S of th,-a:,aud.-;Y I willrk my Iffefor
Here I collided violently with a lamp-
post. This delayed me for some time.
but when I again caught nupto my nan
I was rewarded by perceiving unmis-
takable signs of criminal comnmunica-
Two or three times I bad noticed an
'ORE. individual on the opposite side of the
road almost keeping pace with the one
I was following. I wa.s rather suspi.
cious of him at first, but when I saw
him go into a public house I naturally
,m.l came to the conclusion that he bad
IIf g dropped out of the chase.
I was wrong, however. A little far-
ther on my man turned back and we.nt
into the same house. Now, thought I.
wS and as I followed him, the plot thickens.
I found my particular villain sitting
at a table reading a newspaper.
For nearly a quarter of an hour I
furtively watched them. Then my pa-
tience was rewarded. The man who
was reading took out a pencil and be-
gan scribbling something on the margin
of the newspaper.
Presently the man threw the news-
paper down by the side of his accom-
S police and walked out. I did not follow
f him this time. I felt convinced that he
S had left behind all I wanted.
I thought of walking over and taking
up the paper, but, as I anticipated, be-
fdre I could do so the other man pounced
on it like a hawk. For a few minutes
ire, he pretended to read the news, then I
saw his eyes sneak to the side of the
page and devour the pencil note.
Now this is where I displayed my
Et genius. When the man had read the
Etc note, he deliberately tore off the piece,
folded it up, stuck it into the gas and
lighted his cigarette with it. Like a
flash I took out a cigarette, and, walk-
n A~^ mr to him. said the usMuL "4ftr
you 'please," In the mostnatural man- anageray conss.noUse A, Idigef1on
you, please," in the most natural man- ary $900a expense. Straight, valuable to-prevent a
Apparently was satisfied with h bona-fide, no less salary. Posi- fever. Mild, gentle, certa
SApparently he was satisfied with hi ,tion germane )ur references, acy your confidence. Pure
AL SO FOR scrtiny, for he handed me the slip. I bank in any It is mainly office can be taken by children
lighted my cigarette. put out the paper work conducted t me. Reference. En- Price, 25c.at all medicine'
eopatra and Wm Crawford. and threwit on the floor so that it went close self-add a stamped envelops. of C. I. HOOD Co.. Low
well under my chair. I then resumed Tna DomrNioN. irY, Dept. 3, Chipago.
my seat and awaited developments m-
I A few minutes later the man left, He e Is Fl. Ot AiprWS P
IA G ARDEN PLON and with my heart in my mouth I pick- A local clear an is telling a joke oa U. AU lL Wa ll
S PL ed up the paper and spread it out. Part himself. He t to Chicago on b Ii- G. W. SURBER
of the writing was burned, but what ness and was ed by a family In his ST. ANDEWS
This is the latest and most complete remained almost made me yell with tri- church to ca a married daughter
Hand Plow for working plants in the garden. It umph. It ran thus: there. The pa r called and received a --Breeder o
isselt-adjustable; the weight the block to Attempt will be made tonight hospitable wel e. They urged him
which the blade is attached .keeps it in the Colonel Lewis' house in to come to.di r, but be had an en-
ground, and the depth of plowing is regulated approach from back garden in Cardon td. gagement. Tb they remarked, "Weal,
by lifting the handles. A boy or girl of ten Black Jakeaand Ned Sawyer. will you not t a little luncheon?
years can handle it with perfect ease. It has a That was sufficient for me. It was The hostess ted as ahe-soke to a
-inch steel wheel, the height of which makes plain that Colonel Lewis' house was to small table on which were a small dish
the plow light of draft. It has five blades; 1 is be the scene of a desperate outrage. of salad, soe rad and frit Wel
a turning mold, 2 a shovel, 3 a sweepor weeding Probably the colonelwould be murdereCi don't care if do, replend the caller.
blawitheac low.rke. Wr h and his residence blown up by dyna who drew up a hair and began an on- 3
e have made arrangements by mite. I shook with excitement* It wa. slaught on the revisions. He fancied
whiehwecan furnish this plow 't plain as daylight, they hbd been ari~anged expressly for
the tory prIce, 3.75, with him, and it wa only after he bad got 0
When the curtain of nigbt' dropped through that h noticed the blank looks
like a stormcloud over the palpitatin,, of the family fact, he had devoured CO.
city (a rather fine phrase), it found me the entire lu eon which all bad ex-
concealed in the shrubbery of Colonel pected to eat.
Lewis' garden in Cardon street. "Madam, v at must you think of
Determined not to be anticipated, I me?" he ex aimed to the hostess 2 i1 'E ,
had reached therendezvous much earlier "But let me g of you not to judge all
than was necessary, so I had plenty of Kentuckians y me. I am the sole Eggs for Setting,
time to work out my achemea. stupid one in ur state." ma
"'Tvlwil >l l1yhb t wallT T qliln 5-K A -. L- I.l L.. dm. UAft
cold or break up a DeSIGNs
oin the are worthy COPYRI HTS A&c
n, Ay are worny yonae ending a sketab and de crip.on ma
ly vegetable, they qkir asoertain our opinion free wett an
n or delicate women. invention t probably entable. Commit_
e dealers or by mail UoI@ Stl ot oo iadelt aeniy dbookrong Paent
Nell. Mass, sent free. dest agency fdr seenringjta e,
ell. Mass. Patent taken through Mtn Mo.trem
s)e N n e without charge, In tA
oultry Yards, --io-fSA itW.oriT sI
ear -if i "onthSL sold by au ew siaem
. SR., Prop., M Niih CO e m. New trk
BAY, PLA. ranch Ofloe. lin I t. Wa.hin tqu, D.V.
2 ~A. I IA,
Tp r~~uckL~r.- ~ ~ '4-
and claims that no other eouwx t ;- rbt
world can equal them '.::,:" ..:!..-
pie boats the roomiest a' ..
est of all. The armories ti .
palaces, with all the cowt.' "
Venlences modern genius : :- '.
These buildings are all er,,,.. :
ground, and in many c.-. r- tshe
eye of the approaching to. '
tli gates of Constantinoplet' "
ed. This Is true particularly -.
Hatdan Pasha and Pen a- .a '; .
which al ways arouse the adt i. -- .-
newcomers to~tfe Turkish rapita. '-a,
armories are surrounded by hug
dens, with large courts and ttrim -
and reflect credit upon Ue Tuat;
Thb Pe mat Dle.,
Remenyl. the violhnlst. was ptI., .4
one night to concert nl Buffalo and ,";.
extremely annoyed by two peroi..-, i
the audience who were cracking .r1
crunching peanuts. He lost l ,tt .
at last, quit playlung and left the s"ta
lie Was loudly recalled, reappear
and, steppl)ig to the front of the stag-
said with much inmpressiveness. "Vr,.
zee gentlemen hbt finished hes peanw
solo. I vill go an." The speech wa.,
heartily applauded, and io more pea
nut performances were give during
Wanted to See That Foot.
On the principle that tosome persons
even old stories are new. this one. tof
the royal princelings of Engluand. ,-
given in Mr. G. W. K Russell's ree-
Lbjk,. "Collections and Recollectiujs
An English entleiman who had a -
foruied fuut vus goiug to visit i
qaeen at Osborne, and before hisn -v,
the queen ang Priuce Albert I .-
whether it would be well tI) r :
iPrince of Wales ind the print :
up by rammioh hanikerchiefs into s"Tha 4_r 3. p.c.e ot'b .. n.t..rh
t-indf pnrdfed- Ove tV V
Smy month. plied the candidate for office. "If I Company can be easily ascertained g
What surpr me' most and partly thought he was going tobe against meor, parties may send us $1 and their
confirmed my iciona.was that dne I wonld feel surer of election."-Col- deoiption and we will locate their
of them proc pair of handuf, mbus State Journalnd e will locate theit
wit h h ch pair of handcuf am .)State Journal loto and return the Map by mail.
a icorated my wrists. Address THE uo110Y,
saving eom d ttis little pro- Do You Want to Make $300? A re St. Andrews. Fla.
gramme, they sat on me and with We want a local manager, lady or gen- For 5 cash auhseribers, wewill give ej
the coolest che on can imagine, Ileman, in own town or county; no can- For 5 cash subscribers we will give a
After listen o their conversation vassing required. You can devote full or a premium, I Sectional Map of the Bay
for a quartet an hour without spare time; or evenings only, in connec- country, or l Map of the City of St.An-
Sbeing able to in, I came to the tion with your regular vocation. 1200 to drew. Either man sold* singlyT-$ .
f conclusion th had committed an $00 caltbe made before Christmas and
egaredtgiohs error om their remarks I it will require very little time. It is not l is
gathered that two persons whom I necessary to have had experience. Send Our Clbbing List.
had the hon upi)rting were n Itamp tar full particulars. Address,
Black Jake Tn sawyer bnt two The Bell Company, Department B. The BUOY hasmade very liberal club
I detectives fro otland Yard. Phila elhia Pa. bing arrangements with a few of the very
I wied to hem understand that the Jaw "o a Lion. best publications in the country and for
I wished in in things. but they A lion comes at Its enemy at full the present can send for a whole year
smiled in at al rovoking manner and sped. galloping low. and dashes a The BUOY and
thinker t at a d to Ire. I tried to aun standing upright to the ground by Leslie's Illustrated Weekly for.... $3.0C
think hadbut my n wasin a whirL Be' the full impact of its )body. Major In Demorest's Magazine............ ,7I
rexitement of (ed in quieting it the verarity states that "the claws and Detroit Free Press (twice-a-week
ex ctemeat of ning commenced. toeth entering the tiesh do not hurt as and Year Book)............. 1.70
A stealn of tthy heard, a slight much as you would think." but that The Fla T. U. & Citizen,adally for $9 05
rustling of ti which I should the squeeze given by the jaws on the do weekly,for$1 85
farms crept av myself." Two dark bone is really painful. When knocked Scientific American' ..., 3 50
walforls crept he shadow of the over. he was still keenly conscious and Farmer and Fruit Grower" ... 2 55
wall. Theythe French win- felt none Qf the drvaomy sensations ex- do clubsiof 5, each .. 2 25"
dows and si s to work. Two Irienced by Livingstone. do clubsof 5, each ... 2 25
minutes later g to work. Two perienced by Livinestone. Farm Journal, Philad'a, monthly 1 10
cut out and de otf glass had been Major Swaine. struck down by a Cincinnati Enquirer twice a week
One mint on the ground. loness going full gallop, was uncon- 84arge pages each issue..... 1 O0
and Ned Sawy that Blnck Jake scions for some minutes and did not AtlantaConstitution ... 1 75
themselves 10 surprised to find know what had happened till he found N. Y. World (thrice a wp~k)....... 1 75
muzzles of t tupidly down the himself standing up after the acihlent For any or either of the above publica-
uzzesr of tw rvers of murderous "I felt so pain." bhe writes. "not. I be- tios in connection with the BUOY, ad-
appearance. lieve, owing to any special Interposi- ns all orders ton THE BUOY.
No none ." sid my friend tion of Providence but simply that the all orders to Andrews. Fla
of the mmornin. dare fairly bowled shock and loss of Mood made me In. _St.A ..F
Soat this time d. The house is capable of feeling ILt. There was no
s-trrounded al.' ave a dozen men pain for a few days, till it was brought Or Sale CheaDl
within call." "' or Sale d
S managed t on by the swelling of my arm on the Grazn Timbered Lands. including Rip.
circum.tanaged pt of it. although 12 days' ride to the coast."-Spectator.
ScircumDtanct'es I so blck against rian Rights; in all i,300 acres; adjoins
t i de and his aist- J. D. ridge, editor -Democrat," L nSt. Andrews Bay. Fl., for two and one-
me. D e casterti.e dh a -. B r s, edit r em or ghn halfm iles. Em b 'ance s s hell Point. Prop-
SThey-informullwinf them. caster. N H., sas."On Minute Cough v of I J. u.hes. Address I. J
was more of ag istrate that I Curetis e tt rebmest torcroup Heve,- Hous, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
was ninre of g alan a rogne, which used." Immediately relieves and cures -rt
opgiin my vi car. who was called coughst colds, croup, asthma, pneumonia.
to give h ei hto my character ronchitis, Ia grippe, and all throat and
heartily f couf did lto, character, luna troubles. It presents consumption. A lAP
After this ., F. Brackin & Son.
ferent trades -it I tried many dif- Of 1 CitV 0o t. Anlr w
n the one an ,fessiousti ip ioarder to The V ,,A.. ..L-re- a, =... UI U li U A!U
I ed, buatewit a l wwita mot suit- Little Char's ilnets orton dihs's Gotten up with gr-eat care by the
w es3.-Tit-Bits. reincarnation. 11il he Niminll almaidi-i
i e.n- Tit has -Bt reinearnatireond othe r raolon publisher, who has paredd no pains
Mani bird o0 t "Mammwa." she ,id d;.. "i'g to prepare for the pr blic a map of
outMany o ird mnst : ound with klttle miusnt have bee a paper of pin, St. Andrews as it really is. It. shows
a well kno d n.e 'ofhts p.geou Is In a previous state of existeu.cI." about
cooing ,can dtl .tv ear Why do you think so?," ased Ie FOUR MILES OF 00AST LNIE,
though it dt drej "its h bill. The mother.
call is form'mt reaj lly 1t "Reet hriL t .-nuse I can feel sona.. ot thtnii 1:. Fxtending eastward lon Dyer's
and chest n h t'rendred the throatb her toes yet." was fthe logical reply Point, taking in the Old '.- own site of
by iesonan.e bnpr ways may be Then Do ionr Cuniinag. St. Andrews, and gives location of
observed in 'e is and other anl- If yqu feel like eC sing th p:ilpern awi public business places. p -.vate remi-
mal. lThe tioud call of the editor, remember that he cain' rnm ini dences, docks, etc., also ex ery lot in
cuckoo. accor a one naturalist, is and make It better without ttinael! each block and the adjoining addi-
ebird. esona fote formed In the support. and that hI- will npiiir-'iiate ii tion to the Cincinnati Company's
,bird.y The L. of l ipe. which1 "more and It will (to you am s little a-:: land, with a full ,les ription of the
betrays the ap of the bird to the if you go over d ay up yir sul an, wi a furip
hunter. is a of ventriloquism. scription If you are a dt llunuent sub name-
Even the nigh le has certain notes scriber. or. if not, lnay a subscrlptio: The Map will shc w owners of lots
which are pa edi Internally and for your friend.-Lawrence Denmocrns in the city just whlre they are lo-
which are a while the bill is cated, and is of value to those think-
closed. Clothing made of paper Is not so ing of buying property.
a A ou. very new after all, for Poiupelian ex, Size of Ma 30x50 Inches.
A certain member of parlia- cavatiloa have revealed shoes made of The BUOY will send this map to any
ment, popular, a bachelor, had been paper address on th receipt of
very polite e daughter of the The whistling buoy can be heard
house where was visiting. When about 15 miles. ONE DOLLAR.
the time cami clhimtOrha
anxious him to go, te too Or giver, as a premium for 5 year
ous a called him in for a cash subscriptions.
serious talk. m sure I don't know
what to say. went on. "''ls re- ,
Pore al m ,, that you are YEARS'a
ry Letitla 50." YEARS
0 S EXPERIENCE
"Just say.'tht she refused me,"IS
qainetly ade parltiamtArin0 -
.T ANTED- ERA L BRIGHT AND Rtousetheor d Iver, and cre
S. H E In N toU Sbiliousness, sick headache, Jaundice,
The New Way.
The canDibal chief stood with b;"
bund shading his eyes. A soiitauy fi.nn
was timid)l creeping toward him fr.,m
the jungle. Suddenly the old chief
started. He took a qnick step forward
"It is.-" he cried, "it in my aon i L4 ia
coming home againt" Then with his
eyes still fixed on the sal-n,:hiug tfznre
he shrilly caHled to his hbea bnnt-r
"Mbongwa. the i'rod'igal is r.'turniT:.
Kill the fatted Kafhr"--Cliev,,a:';.
What the Jury Thought.
During a trial for- assault '.i a '
bourne. a club. a rail. -:n x..;. :
knife and a shotguao v .rp ,.' '. ". .
the instruuieouts witL whi, "-, -s'
It was also sown tl:ant the us.: .
man defended himself wIth a s y' 1
revolver, a pitchfork. a cus,,'. ,- .
saw and a dog.
The Jury decided that tt:,.,i.i :-.
given a sovereign apiece to' u,..' e'. *.
"Mike," said Ploddipg Peto. '-"i
a ,- -- ,r *r -r--Hm x. _a__I________;4,,_1_-
"I'm asbamed of yer wea.a. --'
"I don't blame you. But wbeu 2 INI k
about dsem wells cowin all dp v-7y
from Europe am saloon. passenger -
can't help feella a pang; f Jealousy."-
New D oau Welemre.
New songs always sell well. Its
ieth a relief to get rid of the last oea
Sat anyth1mga wi l gSo.-Pa w.
T. C. OANFO RD
STOVES AND TIN WARE
A. Full Line of Calned Goods
$1 for Fifteen ri a a k ets ,
*U - f L ldJ .."ItL lB
* c "r -
I A- MM M
or a1M payaicaf-peculiITry. a- -
avoid their making embarre .' -. '.
marks,. or to leave it to hair ..,
The latter course wag ta .
-- duly arrived. The .::' ...
remark from the royal' ,.- .
visit passed off with a ,, ; '
the princess royal ai;il :.-
"Where is Lord -
"He bhas gone back %.
"Oh. what a t ityi! .. . .,i.,a-,'
to bshow Bertie sanl ,I '.
They had cra.ht hi ', :.I ; '" .
and made their bWn ter. .'.,' t
__1 _ I_ ____ __
Apin rvfp unn o ia3;-,
11. an nrilbt the lbst start a I.eas.ol or Reuwem e. "' Pour at th ,
ade on t trench window. I r. Poundtext-YouSay myfriend. PILEot w M
hem go o The great thing is thatyou killed a mar InSa duel? PILS Pa It a c merttarougb WPitfoad fo-t
them in teleact. Their obj ect Moonshine Jim-Yes. 10r; be wus my) osta,,n-toc'Lure, S.opets. ,11hu a rs eza ireu po
Is f ua.a n l e e d lu r r p e t E s .lge h3.t ?. ju. 6 .
uder. Tm "'will bu rt open the rival ftr tihe he'd marred thle ooman olu at irot. Andrewnj Bay, Fgla. cag narg
>ing o. a obody gripped me Benear Kr.e<. .^Call for freeaaole< and a ked ^ip.r.ieon to mane
byd go ht up stairs with wot Emma-Charley askd m dto marry veinstant with the ltthatPoaly'bs e qv ?I..
nde e ent cure. Nurg lasteven and I ad to refus re rt
on their ck r. Poundte xT t was a terrible Trit drliefyoursuerings. S ndor uit p ittie n "t hoe a. t a
ck wiecessary violenc re. Ella-How did it happen? a efla a adfr sa n t fa Sbed smeo app sear1 :
om oorrys st oned. When' Emma -Of course I like Charley, but |forL bld u\ itsott aby ,t IIeceioer phe created h,,.; a
a rt wreand I opened my ure to carrying him-S et ~ac, Lanc owers who wave th. -
umns in e newspcrsn the sin ifer El orr mepar bown. It i hadn't i cellr ello. te.
f mi nd the my covillainty who bed im. oue he'd a' married the l at Andrews Bay, la.The other da a be-eihtepr
iall be 1a n 1 f England. th 'oomau.-Kanxas City Independent- At Dr. rilchell's Drug Store. young lady cme'rus,1itr-i,.-i't 'Ire
,e age. all"I- 'Call for free sam rle, and asked permission to'. A -(') ,
e byg or body gripped Pe VitHer-WDear a Frid. The drWeluggit pointed o b rin: -f z.1
by t k of the necSimp "Emma-Charley sai od bloodshed me to marry de arranements y centralnd she art ello iv
else is band over my him last evening, and I had to ngef A SETI h thi fine MA P he store was rather da. '. ;
nd the together threw ate him, the dear fellow. behrd someone appar-o'-
ock wit necessary violence. Ella-How did it happen? Aintothe receiver she seated h aw, a
moma e stunned. WJaken Emma-Oft ours wo the Charley,r to g th Ccinnat tatchair to wait.he cle
s ret,' and I opened my as to m arrying him-- elo *"entral-hello. hei.-.
d icern the sinister Ella- ean whar wo uld I of happen that rac, alo Harrion, fought rthat pe-ron" ightepres
myf MY d the villain, who he asked ,you ?-Boston Transcript, ad te belle; who ivrthatrOh.n es;'hbat -e
sing br uly on my chest. anapoll Journa P arker, Cromanon, and adjacent e tn r .lo n all no didi ge
r man here too. He wa No AlternatIve, that so? Well. gicod by; ri n:. off I
aide by r. prison Visitor-Wasn't it ontryrather afor thaey i .
ou ks m, Simpson?" said "Hld blooded thingeto do-shooting to ide Or gihaven for 5 made arrangements by centra hello, hello gi -
man down while he was praying? which we can furnish this fine MAP tions.
['ole. n e ttfiI'd let lm pray little while longer, of territory, including the Cincinnati stately air to the clerk .r
s a ale rtfor one of lake's be sought o' won the Lord over to his Company's Tract, also Harrison, Vought "that person" i.,,,
side. An then whar would I of ben?-- Parker, romanton, and adjacent ,Je telibone all d;,y
,t br n nme. "Gentle- Indianapolis JournaL o "Wb...t h :.
said, oDOL "A R 1 -i t the froi t d.,or L:, I
sorry those few word An Vaeustre lAly. ONe DOLLARtore be couldfiniah L1% sc:-
3e stif humiliation. They 'I"Hw is Mud Slinger going to side Or give" for 5 cash yearly suscriptions cago News
.tapd-.finlehed in this race?- Is he for -Ynn?'" Rv the aid lOf t~l~ig Dnaatile ol~eatiem i
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