Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00062
 Material Information
Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: December 7, 1899
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00062
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
lccn - sn 95026996
lccn - sn 95026996

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ST. ANDREWS ,BA 'FLA., DEC. 7., 1899.

NO. 37,

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.'o~r and Proprietor.

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DeijeaE-jitaim bu.av; I now Itake
Id a v It li doiL'i'ing l~4ily ',ec.ttond trip
lilt La.i.k..ot M'ilatat. ill. tm ~ ''ipat

lan i la t, a.,I k a iy 'A't. t' W i lk"A'l-

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'h is c! ." I. ,. . '- t ._. ',- :nine
With nota V., ,:'; remaining;
.ii...- L.: i ii touched those lips of thine
There's ecstacy in draining.
'.';.l every qu .'i it flows the more,
,v e'- t :-.'. : to thiue adoring,
each Swt'; tter than the one before-
When thou hast done the ,u-'ig, :.

'Tis age that briiigz exquisite joys,
Resists .a.. fato's restraining;
Its L.',,l.. .- a.weetness never cloys
Nor leaves a tint of -" ':..:,(.
The holiest bliss love over sips; ,
Then while the ream is glowing,
Stuep the aroma to the lips
Anud keep the nectar "' .1.:;::
PI .... Ii"-. ia li es.

iteco0IIme Ise.
What is.the price of manu.ood?
- What sale does honor '-..I ,,.',
Does pure, untarnished character
County naught in lifetime's ring?
Do bauble'scions rule Us?1
Does riot ruin reign,
The purest soul to trample "iu,'n,
To crush, destroy, rendc twain?
Is there no truth or honor
To cause inankind to stay
The al1-consumingr thirst for lust-
I Ii,: lutes them far away?
Does honest labor .lh .-.i ...
The mould wherein ve're cast?
Its bhac'L corrupt. in'mpurit;y
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lHe surely vill repay;
For i: -:., mankind is :
Appea.rances, *., -' art,
T'e God, the just, thy a'il..i a..i
Inspects our inmost heart,
Condemn not, then, I pray thee,
Fir thou, thyself, some day
May seek for mercy fIrm t.hv T., ..

Wi -r, verdict none can sway,
And temoer all thy judgmentse
With love and common sense,
The end well merits all 'twill bring;
It serves full recomn)ense,
--dwia." AhbottiiiPFittsabu-g Dispatch
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Sleep Sweetm
Sleep cwect withir this quiet roami,
O, thou, whoe'er thou art.
And let no mournful yesterday C
Disturb thy peaceful heart,

Let not tomorrow scare thy re3at
With dreams of coming ill, f
ThIy MIaker is thy changeless friend,

Next %we jts~a yL;,aii 1.
Biml ptIAt.tfitfcellc' itilfiliat 8140itide%'eenled
bY tk LhtAtotmonglond tq4ti~ 8t. Eltmo at
time ba.~e, antml :imive na-leOW acroata the
Cltattumifimoga v"Joly 14,111 boarding
lointie, haviimg yeaalked tilig 1t114a(Jay
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Vi. !.-Ifl' 'Oi a i6 '5g i .1 .j? e. jloorn .,' to w"'alk e' aurmes De-Witt's W itebia!
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-ASes. 1bew'are of'wortli.ei
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liriti domn the ~tu-on the pass- A-. leciii~ i '.- a500 irGrn

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Llyedand Ciaipley departts every may
exacep't Suiadt'y atLt'*f00 o'lock: a. taa.
Amrlivej every 'day sicept Sunapy at

a.aa' ;i rua i5l1for Ilarriadaul, Crotnn'itoil,
a.v. Fr, aidail anmd W etappo, ieftvea
SIA. PAndrews going eamt'-every rmorlaiai-
at o'clock and le~taving WLtappu a~t
I o'dclk, a ar'.w c, ~.comnlig wvei..eviy
-evenling at 1 O'clock-,

bT ,' A;, WRI .V:4IBAY, C'i...
E jULt, OF IRATES:-For eachi fi ve
Pi~t" r fraction thereof, use of

a !' aa'et'%r St. Andrews Bay & Gay. I, 1 c

e af. &Gay
a* 13a.F.ea&. 1 -'-ON,

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^ ,". A. EMMON
AaqLut I ercuit Court 'i .:' Lrid No-
'.ry i....,- for the State at Large; ha
r;. '.'.. to administer oaths, take
'a.t .'..a, legalize ackuowledgmoenta,
etc., anywhere in Florida. Special at-
tention given to land conveyances und
to marriage services, and license iasucd
),o lawfully qualified parties. Office at
the BUOY Office,St Andrews Bay.

DR. J. J. KI-.-.:J..
vTme,.-',j ,C Physician -,,nd Ac-
tcoucher. 'C ':, Pioneer Dng 8rtor',
-corner of Shell avenue and ichi-
gan street,
St. Andrew? .. F!orada

P'.;y,,ician and Druagist, C :.- at.,
east of Bayviaw, Offers his profess.'ona!
seikvicea to the citizoun of St.' An-
rvtewa and vicinity. Residence on Buezaa
Vista avenue.

Notary Public,

1 attend promptly to all b1usinessde- Forget thyself and all the world,
-aniding hias attention. Office on Ray- Put out each feverish Fli.ht,
view street, one block Lortheast of T The stars are watching overhead,
C' Ianfod's store Sleep sweet-Good night! Good night!

BUTLER & FLOYD, -E. M. H. G'ta.:.
Attorneys at Law, J. B. Clark, Peoria, Ill., says: "Sur-
' i'.yA. WASHINoyo-N Couyr. FLA geon, wanted to operate on me for Dites,
-butl cured them with DeWitt's Witch
fl, o.,i 'riles aind (,'i!hio lti. we Haz(-! 'aloe." It is infallible for piles
Stmi'ke a 8pecialtv. ad skin di,.seases. Beware of courtier-
,.feits, R. F. Brackin & Sou.

S ,' i vanished loves the heart has left
behna. -LYNCH.

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aid skin dis-
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to do. You
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N udno .1 '')%-Te aandrowldaaIit l,-traenuhatw'
s' acao huld lUab- ja tc .-i~t 1! ,4 a.naaatic
-P a t rhe dW he:e lew hv x bam
gimacb by the 1 y giving way, 'mt Vnd 1' VI7-n,. vava t0 aIaq want
noaSea's sWtere a. a.in 'Smuch ly aia a miljlicn. aa-. o
co lm'cy alaat"'this g. randtidea. w'ae k LI ,-ai 11
r,,t(, ~ia'~aa Taat a ~of well-piea _. l .be in-
am aS n tR c 1 ,1 1 a sO m1' duC..ad to i a -a.I A lie 'tjoi -l "-;
S1. I 'great pl'la'iv'aa""' (i'aaI 'Ij~ 'World tu !a all:4 -Qj a a ,:
tAU PP WOW W ." b' 'e -am
izaag Lvo0 utL'Cr Oeek vallsiey e nd h Poo. :1 t i 'to a'rLaatatl a

,'l-, AS money IS N, 1we a-'-
of thes gluoi'aaa OR. a Th-a s)tcab'er*e the right ta .i'tar,. .-t-. .
lakdv ovt a a~rn A at t a ro '411 le e anct t .441J-1, a
h g m- vram o iirock a~is oo- unl DoCan't delay unra a:it is too late a
a' a amala 't rck na~ "rdi 00rawat Will coalnnili'.UPUIlM ,
o ants'tov' We giv-e a l3nnus rize of 1 We
'a' aV 'Olt'aaa ofa l~la 7 11(the s 1,0tathe ta-a c j wh
'al. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ the Stae aaaia..aaa '' -a ct JaQ 'itho, :gateu upIa 'tie bost
e'k' & athe '--' j,,UlC(a~K,u A' amathaodsanotaaas -nn 'er. Or (Iona-
niittee will decide ani'm'ard prizes
Un 'ieieplone Rfock, an~d tza'lked D'aaly, lbut the spec&Va, wp.' izu will be

h~ogh rio 35 iiah ap-i '. ~ 'ala'CC''Ifooamoin diattionariec ac ("'tf'a
fect 1ong htlloklglh th~e centre of thea'".

rock. Near h j Out Of natuluAa, The Woman's World aa VI'o'-tugrhly
great. freakis-a-a natural storra bridge reli-able con,,ceirn.XvSe atknont~d
exaL 0, as me advaI u.As to our xre-
wahiech spans a rocky dive under a LtIU -,y werferA 1 a' Adveirtising
'!l, The habi,"A is about 70 feet Agent or busines.42: London,

long, ten feet wide, six feet thick in:
the centre, and about fifteen feet

above the level of thf cove, at 'the in- Street...

nermost point of which is a grand lit-
tle pool of sparkli;:' water. Thij.
freak of nwltmr'e itself a wurth .;. "
a long way to see.

Town C

Addtesa' The Woman's
CR-c&At- TknnJgin W]

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orld, 9, High


tlh.ea tt n reimal egan to
m =Itlin'e a uUge spider, but at
the first movement of my fingers it
pounced upon my hand again, envelop-
ing It In the eight snakelike arms. I
finally twisted out of its grasp and
seized It firmly by the body, when Its
rage became intense. Flushes of color
passed over It In rapid succession; now
red. black, yellow and when at the
height of Its anger It was mottled and
splashed with black-a frightful crea-
ture. It made a desperate effort to es-
cape. but when released ejected a cloud
of IuL, darting off rapidly under its cov-
er. This octopus resented any Intrusion
and advanced to the attack at once.
Whern a strange octopus was placed In
tit. tauk. although much larger, it came
out of its corner without hesitation.
ey-1l the nor.comer~a moment then In
* -.nae li-..,ilUprehotustle way hurled it-
seil i ithe trt ylt. and in a second the
two *',t:': irlling g over and over In a
t.airt l tiuit \as anmazing to witness.
Th I;.i t- 1 ;.I tnles wound about each
oi', -r wivh the rap;idity of light, and
h. ., ri!ih' .aIs eje-ted the Inky fluid
i:j']i r' r s'o.hio0s. They resembled
;* i*' of suakes rolling along and
:; a.t a ih other more than any-
,i,!.- .1-P. A close examination of the
^i'": L'.!; [A.a-A showed that the object
T.: 'vas to smother the oppo-
S '.'I. the newcomer beat a
i "k ... '. t, ily wounded and suc-
'. -." v hours later.
,., is a favorite subject
.: writers on natural his-
t i, .r. t. any accounts have been
'ti" t ferocity, which are al-
T .l -ly denied by naturalists;
".t :.'.-:ined to think that In some
S -.- '..'rtain Individuals are more
"a ' .'.. -; ;,:' 'i' I have handled
*-.. '.-: ".:,.i f-om the gulf of Mexi-
S *' :..'la and observed only
'1 " ,'''** * < ,n ^i -^ a_ ,"" npa '

antmsi deliberately rushed to the at-
tack, though I know of two others.
One was observed by Mr. Ralph Ar-
nold. a geologist of Pasadena. He was
-...,. among the pools at low tide
at Point San Pedro when suddenly he
beard a cry, and, turning, saw some
children in a pool, wading, and moving
toward them a large octopus, its long
arms raised above the water. Whether
the animal would have attempted to
attack them is a question, as it was
interrupted in a more or less violent
manner. A resident of Washington
told me that once when visiting the
shore he was advised by the fisherman
with him to avoid the pools and when
it became necessary to cross them to
pass over as quickly as possible, as
lny-ge octopi frequented th'm. He con-
sidered this the exaggeration of a fish- I
erman and paid but little attention to'
it; but once in crossing a pool, stepping
from stone to toone, suddenly a long,
livid arm shot out of the water and
reached insinuatingly for his legs, the
entire animal moving rapidly toward
him. He, however, reached the rocks
safely and bombarded the animal with
stones. He estimated its size at 25
feet across, judging the tentacles to
have been 12 feet in length. Again, It
cannot be determined from this wheth-
er the animal would have seized him,
though the observer was confidetit that
it would and that It was large enough
to have held him under water had he
been pulled Il.- -. F. Holder in Scien-
tific Aminerican.

melancholia and morbid ir-ant:iy. In
one of these journals appeared a story
written In the first person about a hero
-undoubtedly the writer-who had his
head twisted round the wrong way.
The consequence was he invariably
had to walk In the opposite direction
to whicb heli wantrod tu wal';. This ter-
rible fate haunts him right tliroutzh the
story. enmaiiug him toa lose friends,
money and everything else which lian
holds dear and ends up by hli-. in his
own mind. nitirdering the girl who was
to save him from himself.
According to the story.. the heroine
was standing ou the edge of a great
precipice. The hero is standing near.
Suddenly tle heroine liecomnis giddy
and tratt'rs on the brink. The hero
tries to dasl, firwnid and save her,
bnt of course runs the other way. Here
conier: a break In the narrative, which
is tinislhed ly tihe following sentence:
"And the- gpues of an asylum for those
mentally d'lle.'igtd shut the writer off
from hit flf'nds in their outer world."
SApart from such tragedies as the
above, t.e whole of these- Jouruals are
saturated with humor. In oue we find
the following: among "Questions We
Want Answered:"
"When dues the queen of Sheba In.
tend to recognize the rt.val rank of the
'Prince or VWales?' Did 'Marie Corelll'
really tweak the doctor's nose? Why
did 'R.in.l' throw the ball at 'W. G.'s'
head durjn p.a.viclce at the nets?" Per-
haps It slhora I le explaiued that the
cel,-briti< rvl'ferred toi above re not
those l.r',\n to the p llic., buti other
persons who clniiu their personalities
and are d.tailnd nla the asylums for
that \%ory rt'-214,i.
A wrlitr in 'Thle ort liltand Mirror
s I tJ i'it, f,l;.: v ng r'-,re on for his de-
gtrntl ) "11 11n-i ;i young Wthlow with a
growii sq t- I:; i-hlta l'. indl the w idowv

a widoter, met my stepdaughter and
married her That made ay wife the
mother-fi-law of her father-in-law and
made mny stepdaughter l y mother and
my father ity stepson. Then my step-
mother. the stepdaughter of my wife.
had a son. That boy was. of course,
my brother, because he was my fa-
ther's son. IHe was also the son of my
wife's stepdaughter and therefore her
grandson. That made me grandfather
to my stepbrother. Then iiy wife had
a son. My mother-in-law, the step-
sister of my son. is also his grandmoth-
er, because he is her stepson's child.
My father Is the brother-in-law of my
child, because his stepsister is his wife.
I am the brother of my own son, who
Is also the child of my step-grandmoth-
er. I am my mother's brother-in-law,
my wife Is her own child's aunt, my
son is my father's nephew, and I'm
my own grandfather. And after try-
ing to explain the relationship in our
family some seven times a day to our
calling friends for a fortnight, 1 was
brought her---no. came of my own
Another declares that he never found
rest from his mother-in-law before, and
he Intends to hoodwink the doctors as
long as possible. And yet another
points out that It has always been the
fate of really great men to be ignored
or ill treated by their contemporaries,
and that is why be is now detained.
"For the thick skulls and those of lit-
tlh sense are jealous of my being the
first to discover that we could all live
.,'.tarap if wa wAtoill onlv walk on onr

"b',isl 'l'st'omd or our It'


A Place Where the Fn'inlovi Ar** tite'
:Jante no Cemilturle -i gO.
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The Finnkelkee 'ly ay In ,t Ilhh It .t- 'm!,e P uhilcations Thai .Arr Iaqned Ind
IneLa It. %Ietlimn nud L:udenvors to Miindhoucn enid A..lnims .Are Al-
Crnuilsh Tern In it. Slimny and% Writ- IlIOMI [rntirely Free From Glo:,nt
li3g Tentnieles. Mud Llelunchoiia.
C(:ne (f the Inm't ioi..n':'cvr.ilae animnils Dotteil here a un there over the r-t i
r.f thi, ,-.,i to hIanIdl..- o.r Io eld1.9ilnt- i- i arte litPl colonl-* whose inTihal int.ll
-i e o i.:lk'lik, move'nltm le, th rtr.,ng; the vTry.leay world I-y ilieir own
!a.-les of ifiol-.,r. g:V- u pl1 e -ri ng: liosyn .nirt'n-.. lu.h ind ,i ual lives
.yes *. nrv ill t r,, il i aro..u~e a u n wo.r'd uf.Pla. or ii own .rrrea a, .

f tii -frvi0. I 11a. 1 ha l ulIjiir ol>- i.\.) outside intro esr-y ever- suircced In
.ervation several octopi at the Sint trachliung-namely the asylum doctor
g atalina aquarium, and it has been in- n4d thet asylum magazine.
teresting to note the chlarnetoristic tea- lu som" c*a tht proof sheets are
ture'. of the various individuals. Int a jux glanced at by the head doctor be
tall tak ai weore cnde(l three ni- fore the nmagazlue goes to press. but
small tank were confined three lurdi- to ret hei. pn published
viduals having a radial spread of per- they are written. printed and published
haps 18 lliches. One affected a light by the inmirates themselves.
,ellow hue and was tim-id, sulking be- Although Amlerica produced the first
'llow aue and was tr sulknI be- two lunarti journals, to Scotland be-
hind a rock. Another, of a dark reddish longs the credit of having started the
cast. was continually flourishing its first paper of this kind which has sur-
tentacles, rising and falling on the side vived its Inufancy. In fact, the birth of
of the glass until an observer nick- lunatic journalism took place when the
named It the "skirt dancer." A thirdt1rst umber of The New Moon was is-
was almost .black, and was a vindic- ued from the Crichton Royal asylum,
tive fellow, ready at any time to make punfries. on Dec. 3. 1844. Since that
an attack. When I Introduced my hand latethe following have been success-
into the tank, this octopus would fully launched: The Morningslde Mir-
as quic!.k as a flash send out one or, fro theRoyal Edinburgh asy-
long attenuated tentacle and coil lumi Thi' teelsior. from James Mur-
about It: then if an advance was made ray's Royal a.yllim. Perth; The Fort
It would suddenly release its hold upon inglanl .ilrcor. Grahamstown. South
the rock and quickly encompass my A.fi,'ri: The Murthly Magazine, from
hand with its eight arms, pressing the the lerth countyy asylum; Under the
round serrated disks into the flesh Domn, the organ of Bethlehem Royal
while a tremulous motion would be lio,,;nial. London, and The Conglomer-
felt. at,. wh!eh belongs to the Middletown
At the first attack of this kind the asylum. New York.
sensation was one of horror. The hid- These magazines touch the journal-
eous creature flattened out, assimilat- Istic ideal, as, being written by the
Ing the color of the flesh to a marked leaderss for their amusement, they can-
degree and evidently endeavoring to not fall to hit the popular taste. We
smother the hand with its folds, as the find that those mentally deranged like
tentacles were distended to their ut- about four-ninths of their reading to
most limit. To hold the hand firm take tlh form of travel and heavy
under such circumstances required prose articles of a strictly theoretical
some effort, and I confess when it was nature. The rest of the contents comes
first attempted. with a Florida speci- in order of quantity as follows: Hu-
men, 1 beat a rapid and decided re- mor. local notes, poetry, chiefly in a
treat; but in the latter case I waited light vein: special articles on local the-
to see if the animal's object was to atricals andi fiction.
bite, knowing that the bill of so small The most striking feature about
a specimen could not make a serious these journals is the almost total ab-
wound. But the octopus merely pressed sence of gloom and melancholia, and
Its mouth on the back of my hand, ap- we ha'te it on the word of thi doctor
r rently trying to Intimidate the sup- of one of the lal1in" a'ylin'1t ilt'1 this
/ PLnemy. Wll fastened to t 1_'1 ,e

CumIon FaI~i C Lsou.-

Curious r hlFtera f tmicla. -
In Switzerla 'i i,-nalt i. :.n,. ., I -d" b v
a custom which calls uport all charita-
ble and Christian people to -', i): their
sympathy. A notice edged With a wide
black line appears In the dallyv pap'-r
setting forth the day and houtl w'h'n
sympathizers must assemble before'
the house of the deceased. At the it:nt'
nanied a little cloth covered table. a'i'y-
portiug a good sized jar. is stood be-
fore the house, table, cloth and Jar a!l
being of a somber, ebony hue. and intd
the latter small mourning cards, bear-
ing the name and address of their own-
ers. are deposited. The day the funeral
takes place is the day selected for the
exhibition of the jar. No ladies are al-
lowed to follow at a Swiss funeral.

The Parsecs expose their dead to be
devoured by birds.

SIt's Easy:

Joll Iak c

Thin, pale, anemic gifils
need a fatty food to enrich '
a their blood, give color to
their cheeks and restore th-
health and strength. It '
a safe to say that they neL:,
flft A'l

' is exactly what they re-y.': .
. it not only gives them : ,,
portant element (cod-l'. .:: o";)
8 in a palatable and eas.!y a
| gested form,but also the hypo- ,'
phosphites which are so va-Ua-
Sble in nervous disorders t':. t.
' usually accompany ans .
i fatty food that is more ..-.;y Y
digested than any other fc rm-

6 of fat. A certain amount 'A
Sflesh is necessary for hc"' a.
You can get it in this way.
We have known per-
sons to gain a pound a
t day while taking it.
Soc. and $ .oo, all druggists.,
SSCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, New York.
eg lef-i, 064W

STihe two w,.,iu.-u eaur a bo lice or
*"'t'inisna" ofi white liiin. with.inset tiod
Itrotitin the neck and sleeves of thd
beautiful Mexican drawn ,i'rk. which
is bordered by embroidery of red and
green. The skirt is generally brig'it
green, closely plaited and with a deeply
border of brilliantly colored clotb oi
Wvhlte drawn work. A broad red sash:
"rebcflt," is knotted around the waist
and fails early to the edge of thd
skirt. The costtime is completed by
bright green slippers. Stockings ard
The headdres is is teminttiri. It ls
called huipill," and is made of a broad,
stiffly starched lace flounce, very full
on a narrow yoke. The flounce exi
tends around the neck, as well as the
lower edge of the yoke, and is drawn
over the head and around the shoul-
ders. framniing the face in a quaintly de-
mIre f;h:on.
The worn.ii art' fond of jewelry. and
espeicial.y of long necklIacesn) made of'
gold roius. They hnve control of the
greater part of the business. They
throng the markets every day. somd
with native chocolate. some With fltiow-
ers and vegetables and sonita with orna-
ments and native cloths. They excel
in the Mexican drawn work, And deal-
ers come from all the large cities td
buy of them.
'Many of the women are handsome ir
a vivid, tropical way. They are tall and
straight, with superb physical develop"
ment, flashing brown eyes, olive skidl
and red lips.-Brooklyn Eagle.

$650 to $1200 a tear.
We walit- irliaide atnd eiier.etic minet
-ind women in enah Stlte to travel and ap-
noint agents: salary $650 to $12110 a year
and expeiises, guard nteed and paid week-r
ly; no experience required, we instruct
von. Local -mDesentatihes wanted also
'r.d ..lamp ,o, t'Oull rarticulfr- Addre s;

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Inori.-lt must lie'reme'nhered th ut thle
Wind is not a w> oily reI4aI'le motive pow-
er and if' the sailors so,iietfineg find it i-fr
noe4iblie to mai.ike ~.4:hvdalc ti incit mna t lbe
e:t Al"iedc~ to 1110 eiCumieiitL4; they do t1je l)~tt
there 1!.Iil.

The I-L*.ld.'I.'Iil.m Nv oltdii%
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-Get your' pop-corn in the ear at. the
Racket Store.
-Thle mercurydropped to 32" y-ester-
day morning-the lowest yet this sea-
so r. ,
-The L. B. Q will cure a cold in one
day For sale at the Pioneer Drug
-Call early at R. F. Brackin & son's
for holiday goods and get first choice
Irom the largest stock ever opened up
on St, Andrews Bay.
-Rev. R J. Mcllwain will conduct
divine service at the Presbyterian
church at the usual hours, morning and
evening, next Sunday.
-A aood big Tablet for 8 cts and a`
'!ood thick school tablet with 175 leaves
for jQot-i: all with handsome covers and
god., i 'ul-il p;iel'r. iut the BUOY otffic. .
--E. P. nMi.'on ha. severed his con-
rnctin witin the firm of Maxon &
'Briock, nd B. V. Brock % ill continue
to condul-.'t IIl.o buiiinrc atl the old -iaid.
-a C'l-'ry NL'"v. anr,

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i, A ik i 'ik ljii,. .\ E L
L. '. I) .NrO.D, M.1, I P It
[rcu .- St. Andriws Bay every Tuesdayiv.
.,t iv P~ u 1saicoit every t'ridai.,
(wet illter peliilit(iilg). special ttteii-
roinii l1ll be giveli In receiving ald
foriv:iird'ng treighlt for iinrties living oil
East iandi North I a y, 'AiMsenIgels for
points on elitlier arir of tlhe iiitv calii
depend tupon secuiri llg i)roi pi;t Itriis-
porlt tiiilt l i r Siiolmltia i riles. I'or
tUl'utli.'r iiitoriii 11ioll a;Ipply Io
L. M3. VWAI & Co.. Agrs

CAP'r. D. 1 \\'tiiiu,..
COitrries the East Bay Mail li.etwecn St.
AOnlr'uw- lehtv, Wtiappo illd interinedi-
ate Lo-illls. Leaves St. A:.drews daily
(except Sn'I!d.ay) at 6:00 a. Im.; arrive ait
\Vetappo at l';;:l0i p. in.; leave Wetappi
at 1 :00 p. in.: arrives at !t. Aiidrews ti
7:30 p. in. Makes laindigs regularly at
Haiirison, Oli-,niintoili, tiirker,. Pills-
blurg, anid 'liii'nl il,. lFreilht laindel at
nny postoffice wharf. For :i)sselger ind
freiglft iritls, see rate card int thle Sev-
eral postollices.
.DAVID M. WVITHERILL. tonitriietl'.

A Week's eiatler.
The following table gives the maxi-
mum, miniiimum and mean tempera-
tures, the rainfall and direction of the
wilr', for the twenty-four hours ending
at 7 Iil'oelock p. tm.. .ts indi>.i-ted ).. U. S.
gi .'rn,?l'l U nt sell'-ru .-, i.-tet'ii'.r I ]ICl.lOdi-
t'Ters. M ix:.\in. Mein. lt n iW'd
Nw. 29 6' 42 32 .00 %
'" 3.1 ti( 47 5 .UO an
D I 7 (.i 63 .17 s,.
2 ei3I 44 5'; .,.iI) w
3 6 i 37 52 .::.: -.

L' :I tliicatC 'o's v;.'.lh e.Iery, bctitle. Fr
1le .at the Piu.eer Dru-g st:ure, S.t An-
d reu. Buy.
R. F. irackih. & Sun's dress good-,
and trimmings department will be com-
plete D-.e. 8th. Until then see our bar-
gain counter on goods to close Some
for 10 cts per yard worth 250.
-Our correspondents will please Dear
in mind that their favors must lie mailed
early enough to reach us not later than
Monday evening; otherwise they cannot
annear in the current issue.
-Clothing! Our walking advertise-
ments, speak for themselves. They are
going fast! New arriving, same goods
Come and see-.ve will save you dollars!
-The MartiA bridge on the East Bay
road is torn up for repairs and travelers
bound for -oint. east of it must needs
keep the Wewahitchka road until they
have headed off the bayou which it
-The Penssvola .Journal issued a
mammoth Thanksgiving snd Trade edi-
tion which is a pronounced credit to
that. progressive publication, which is
rapidly forging ahjad as a metropolitan
-Handsome letter heads with St.
.Andrews Bay date line and views of
either St. Andrews B u ff. or BuenaVita
Point, at 8c. per dozen; also, map of the
St. Andrews BMay country on hack of
letter sheet at 12c. per dozon, at the
B3U'OY oil:e.
-I1 you tare ininliI'2 of b)y.ni prop--
erty in St. An\lidrp'.. or imnediiate vi-
cinity, you cannot afford to piirclia-t.
until you have confeiried with the pro-
iri.tor of [ ethe BULoY'. If oU, Uil i ljii' t i,.

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-When lie holiday s-e.iaonaplproach- Re t ..
i. the pi ogrieasive up-to-date merchant Of St. Andre-m to l h,,-l fir lthe
ists about himn to see in %%hat way e w..t4 e'iilii. ,\'. 29, 1899.
in bust co tribute to the halupines and Number enrolled... ............. 49
Averal-e d JINv miewaacc... .32
Number of abseiincedLl.tV )........60
his respect St. Andrews is particular- Number of Tardine -i............ 11
Sfortunatein the wide-awake firm of Number of pui,,i.-hul ........... 22
. F. Brackin & Son. This y'ar the Numberol 'islt'ir,............. 7?
Ider Mr. Brackin went early to the' 0. M. HADLEY. Teacher.
wholesale markets with the cash in his -*
pockett to command bargains if any such NOT'iC I'.
resented themselves. He struck the I %ill be ,at the I.lln,,iing i,icee ont
robbers just at a time when they were the dIlltes givei, lr tlhe liii1.,,uoe ,
nost in want of ready money, and he
'rites back to his son that he has a sur- -olleiting ie .atu aiL uniiiiit taxe0
rise in store for the St. Andrews peo- I.i hlie )} e.ir 1699.
le that will open their eyes and glad- St. Andrews Thursday, Dec. 7.
en their hearts. It must be remem- Parker, Fiid-a. ee 8.
)ered, howeaver,-that although after to- waVtuaau, MoNid v, )Dec. 11.
,il,-row their shel\e.s and pointers will Davis Mill, T a.1y, Dec. 12.
literally groan benieaih those ei,,ht if Ciiple.3 'eot-oiay. Dec. 13.
,, ,pnal: HO,',d, ui mday. De'u. 14.
iy]inh and seast.nable goo-id, thev can- c l'fillc.l, is Dec. 15.
ot be sold and i vinaiii in stock any .
nore than you c.tn have your cake aind Make ite it It.
.t it: hei.es it .ttaiids the would-bc On or abLut li Ii, II. r'. BUrIck

it-itch a~ei in hand to buy I his hol iilay
'.Ve'e,.iiuS Ul t ,ake-tock Lsiu I

to 1bi.'a in inllid also thl t the ('a- LI.*u ,-
tLnier ii. sure. to receive cliirteouLi t reat-
mi.-nt and get tillo good-; but while the
would-be credit bui.-r is treated with
just as much consideration, he must in
the end go away empty handed and the
merchant't, time will nave been taken
up to no purpose.

To the Desit.---A rich lady. cured
Shier Deatne-s and Noises in the Heiad
ly Dr Niclols ni's Art.ificial JEar Drums.
iave $10,000 to his Institute, so thoi
idoal' i eo l i i'tl_'e to prcunre the Eiar
Drumiis ina vy have them free. Address No
-21l Tlhe Ilistiture, ibtl Eighth laveilue,
New Yoik. .


`'7.-I!:k tzi*'l ty of the

.1r a.yh( nca-:e to EO n-"'.d."l he
i q .t;:f'i;-:] says tile wv-;tp" of an arti-
fi.i on "'?!i'oi and Matr';n)u" in tlie
Co:':raill M: ".-Iz'7e. to the (Cha1us cf a
e' tan M.'s. Shaw. who fi-gues in his
al ary ts the most bi'aotfult woman he
had ever met. As a matter of fact.
Iaydiu was a'.-nys meetIng the "most
be-n tffli'" uWonian.
"The loveliest woman I ever saw"
was at one time a M1*s. I:odes, while
at another time the widow of a musi-
c'an named Schroeter so fascinated
him that he kept her letters for many
years and declared that if it were not
for the existen:ee of Anna Maria he
would have married her. Certainly
Mrs. Schroeter's letters were pleasant
enough. "Every moment of your com-
pri.ny." she wrute f.'om fiuckin anm
(a:e in 17'J2. ".s more and more p:-e-
c'c: t to ut.i n)w t[.ia your d i;'it'y.:re Is
so n-tir. I f-. el for you tie fon lesi and
ttnJert.Rt affection the bhuan u Le:ar is
.en'. iI, of. I ever nam. v.ith th'ie m r'i
tijvlohOIl tit.cnc'it.iint.. my

hli r tir i -t-
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v~a g. i tivt I pji lc fil iilit e nimirket

frontali' v~

hFiretichi 1ii-'l

bafiv I ile

to he luiig I

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at uregli:mtt' fij
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i in iiatiiures (wort i
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A few y.,-is a ,. th. river drAir .
were wv.orl-n1.r on the ie't eI ira:i :l
Th'', lo;: h:] I jammed into a nasit
snarl, and no one hankered for the job
of going out with a cantdog and start-
ing the key log. In the crew was an
Indian who was noted for his cool-
ness and his keenness. The boss final-
ly looked over in his direction. "La-
coote," he said, "you go out and break
that jam, and I'll see that you get a
nice puff In the paper."
The redskin looked at the logs and
then at the boss. "Dead Injun look
nice on paper." he grunted, and walk-
ed away.-Aroostook (Me.) Pioneer.

Squelched For Once.
"Sir." began the book canvasser, "I
have a little work here"-
"Sorry." interrupted the busy man.
"but I have a great deal of work here
Good imorning."--Chicago News.

*,I ixi'i t. Volcanic Eruptions
iA ju-t im'ade arrange- Are grand, but skin eruptions rob life
Se oof joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve cures
i ca:n present ,,e or then; also older running fever sores, ul-
iI pifici s nladlc ftonm cers, boils, felons, corns, warts, cuts,
bruises, burns, scalds, chapped hands,
I,. with a tsuill.ciptiol chilblains. Best pile cure on earth.
Ii .v L-tiI lie ieiiirvil Drives out pains and aches. Only 25cts
1 ,a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by all
I el-i'. photographer druggists.
i.s. S(Se., tlint tImt >iait Can You Indulge In Thisf
oI on e haIck.) "During the day every one should
ill be un exhibition at take a few minutes' sleep, preferably
directly after the noon meal." writes
in t li,. clire i1 a tew Edward B. Warman in The Ladie3'
f art ,ire inviteil to Home Journal. "The time given to it
lie it tlh ,t luov in a~ ay elI to) pr"cciotu for one I. I,.-
ne-s, Iut it will Lie mo:-e iLn-'iI co:jio-
'i1. lI f.,i, h tli l,,,lil:i'- S. sated for by the nim utal na.-l o 1 ,,'.
condition tlhat 'foilovs. it in an cea rsnlai'irlla is the One hair. LJying down dl:'-Lc'.iu y ftrtr '
t'urifi''r, Great Nerve imeal cro\v.i;s Ithe ldi-''eiiv'e .:. 3 4': 1
'i l tor.l t To tTo li.u- In.:thes une's leC-p ii ,'p-O iS '.l .
?41,4 M tIIic.I d An"


Corner of Bayview and Wyomlnt Avenues on Bay Front.

Glassware. Tinware and Notions!
Wliat you cai'l lild at any lther Si,re. c,,, i,,llie R A C K E T

S T O R E ali get.

Bread, Pies and Cakes, Specialties.

1. GO( D.\ItD, I'rn ,ipriht.er.


PESACOLA, Fla. olp..si ln \v4iii ., ,,,t ,o U, i Dlpot,
Isthe Pace for Passer gcrs Coingto and from


Rooms Comfortable! Terms Reasonable!

arill f team hip
"t r I ili ^i! ,i,


Captain, JAs. E.CLhriK

Parker Lodge No. 142

it i ': u li r (Jl i lih liiii "

Iili, i '*' I, ii in i i ri. .v
visiting Brotiheri'
W. A. EMMo r Secretary

VOU MUST have pure blood for
good health. Ilood's Sarsaparilla
purifies the blood. Take Hood's Sac-
saparilla if you would BE WELL.,

Letting It Out.
A lady who had a.servwut somewhat
given to curiosity Inquired on return-
ing from a visit one afternoon: "Did
the postman leave any letters. Mary?"
"Nothing but a p'ostear'l ma'aim."
"Who is It from,. Mary?"
"And do you think I'd read It,
fma'am?" sald the girl with an injured
"'Perhaps not; but any one who sends
me messages on postcards is stupid or
"You'll excuse me, ma'am." returned
the girl loftily. "but I must say that's
a nice way to be talking about your
own mother." Sydney ToWn and
Country Jour nal.

'*I wis i.e l ry lead with dyspepsia,
tried docto.'s, visited mineral springs aild
,.evw ,r- .. I ui-,d Kodiul Dy'.pepsi:l
C l 'e1. T1:11 emi,, me." It dige--I nh.at
y-i.i cil. C -11..- iii.liiestion, sour t.Iiln-
hi lie.iillh iii ;n ini ill formaof dyspepija.
R. F. Br.ackii & .Sun.

41.. .- ri f 1. # .._ *

-EIlder Jo..iah Smith, father of Mr.-z
-I' -'ll.'t Jolris..n died at t (ink la-'. .at
1id'd.y ni'.hl, at the aLJ'.tanctd age of ,.-.
3etr i.f Dr. Mitclih ll was called to a:.
tend him. but found the old 'centlemai
beyond the reach of medical aid-oli
.t.L- li ;in, a.~~serted tile right to chiian
its victim.
-T iere's no excuse for appearing in
shaLby headgear. R. F. Backin & Son
are opening up an immense stock of
men's and boys' hats, in the latest
styles and at prices within the reach of
all Also a big lot of lovely ladies' h;ts
in the latest styles at prices no less at-
tractive than the bonnets.
-The dance which came off at the
hall last Saturday night wa! convincing"
proof that there is no present scarcity
of young folks in town, and that it need
only be whispered that, "there's going
to be a dance," when they will honor it
with their presence and do as they did"
on this occasion-make it so pleasant
that every one- wished they would oc-
cur oftener.
.-The Buoy has a limited quantity of
California sorghum, or sungar 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 lec per ounce for postage.
Also a few Nonesuch strawberry plants
for sale at 50c. per hundred.
-Taxes for 1-'i. blecamie iio N.,v. 1.
and all those who are depending upili
fhe Booy to attend to the payment of
theirs will, of course, remember that if

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Commn.:r..canon linl been established it-to cover th1l amount, the payment
at last with .Mars. The man at the In- will certainly be attended to; but if
te.-planerary telephone called out:
Iiet'eo" they have not s-ch credit and satisfac-
"Hello!" came the answer back. tory arrangement to that end have not
"Am l s,yahing to Mars?" been made, they just as purely will not
"To whom?" be paid. by the Buoy.
"Mar's." -"One Minuto Cough Cure is -the
"Try again. I don't understand you. best rercedy I ever used for coughs and
Stand a little farther away from the colds. It is unequaled for whooping
'I pleame any better now?, conh. Children lilje it;" writes H. N.
"Yes." Williams, Gentryville, Ind. Never
"Is this Mars?" fails. It is the only harmless remedy
"Wha.t?" that gives immediate results. Cures
"Mars-fourtl planet In order of dis- coughs, colds, hoarseness, croup, pneu-
tance from the sun-Mercury. Venus, monia, bronchitis and all throat and
artnh--this is-the- Earth--Mars. That's lung troubles. Its early use prevents
you, you know." I.
"No, sir. You are away off. You consumption. ..F. Brackin & Son.
haven't got the names of any of them -My son had been troubled for years
right. This is tihe fourth planet from with chronic diarrhoea. Some time
the sun, but its name is not Mars. It ago I persuad-d him to take some'of
(But the world is not ripe for ths Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar-
(But the world Is not ripe for this
Knowledge yet.)-Chicago Tribune. rhoea Remedy. After using two bot-
tles of the 25-cent size he was cured.
No Right to Ugllneis. I give this testimonial hoping some one
The woman who is lovely in faco, similarly afflicted may read it and be
firm and temper will always have benefited. THOMAS C. BOWER, Glen-
friends. but one who would be attract- coe, O0. For sale by L. M. Ware. St.
fve must keep er ,health. If she is
weak, sickly an rll run .own, she will Andrews and Bayhead and all medi-
be nervous and iritable. If she has cine dealers.
constipation or kidney trouble, her im-
pure blood will cause pimples., blotches. Great Rejoicing!
skin eruptions and a wretchedcomplex- No More Medicinel
ion. Electr e Bitters is the best medi- ore
eine i. the world to regulate stomach, The Dr. King (hill Pad cures Chills. If
liver and kidneys and to purify the it f ils we r't'fund-vour moindy. $I()0,000
bloo'l. Ir gives str,'nr,- nerves, bright to lut-k our guarantee. It is a sure pre-
ovoe. smoloth- vilv'tv skin. ri.ch coin- 'int ntive. If your druggist does not
ple. ion. It will make a eood-looking k. -p tiel ie will niatil you l e on re-
olarminmID wor n n ora run-pown invalid ceinp of !-ric'.-$l.00. THE DR. KING
Only 50 cents at all drug stores. CHIILL PAD C'.., Meamphis, Ten, ,

.It wuu I dt!LhrrflB-
toe-in Hayilqil hihave se n;.l .i,.i .he lu m,wn
u:f i:? Thie co::.piter alo g:n! n'ed up
3 na little affair w.th the beautifiil a Mrs.
E.:llI;n'tou. Sir Jo.q: :aj Re.yiolus vas
pa.nmin.z her pjrtrailt for hiui anl bail
rel:'esut,.- il her aIs St. ( i' ili'a llist'n
t: o to ieli.i lin ni ec. "'-Vliat do you
h.ilnk of the cha:'nia: B.llir:zton's [i.
tiI.e?" s'ild the arti.-t to Hlaydu wvLu
the work was finlslri. "It is lnl'd-.Il
a beautiful picture." replh'd IIay'a..
"It is just like her. bui there is a
strange mistake. You hlave paluteJ ih-r
listening to the anges w\\-he you ought
to have painted the angels listening to
If Haydn paid complimnunts like this
all round. we can easily undIrsta-ud
how he attained such fame as a Lon-
don society man.

It takes *;ut a mniiniti- r ... r..:-nil- tir-
I ng in the throat aad to atop a -',ngihi iiv
the use of One Minute Cough Uure,. This
relmiedy quickly cures a!l forms of rhroa
aniit lung troubles. Harmiess ana pleas-
ant to take. It prevents consumption. A
faimoua specific for grinne and itus after
effects. R.F.Brackin & Son.

Shoes! Shoes!
Well, everybody knows R. F.
Brackin & Son, the shoe men.

A Pretty Little Story.
The prettiest child story that I have
seen lately Is in French.
A,mother tells her little girl that I,e-
cause sh,,i has heieu naughty she will
not kiss her for a week. before two
Ilay.- have ou'je by the child's lips liun-
ger 'io for her mother's l.iss that she
tbegs lih'r not to punish her any more.
T-he I other says: ".'o. my dear. I
to)l! % nI tliii should not kiss you. andi
I iliti t kp-4n iiv. ivnrd."

":-it, i. u: i ii:t. imunrim :iai." says the lit-
tle girl. "would It he breaking your
word if you shouldd kiss tue jut once
tonight wlien I'm asleep'?"-Boston
Not to Be nt Down On.
"One of tbho.:e little chlekens won't
mind the old hinu t all It runs about
by itself an I ilo.su't pay auy attention
to her elhil;s. "
"I don't reill.y blaine the poor little,
thing. It's one that was hatched in an
Incubator."--tChi.-a go Tribune.

Words That Live.
"When I mIu:iU |:i.s .a woman a com-n
pliment, it is said thabut she neter for
gets hlim."
"That's- not exactly the way of It.
She sometimni forgets the minn, lut
she always rurinnilers lthe compli-
ment"-Chleag.o -Record.

Oie Lxcertion.
"I am rt.inL-.ce-d l 'raiu 1't'ence to beg-
gary!" be falte:'edl.
In as few words as possil-ile she
broke their et--'. m.Ie;.
"I wish to -hbow she ol-ierved
haughtily. "tbat n.ou:en. con::;':ry to
general re)po)rt. do uot tiec'e..sailuy care
for thing ju'-t bect(ali they are re-
duced!"-DetLi:t ,JouIrnal.

$6 a Week to Start.
W e want inteliige:il l.idis., or cr-ntlc-
inern to accept' l perl' iinelni po- ilio n i:. o nll
tou'wni; sal' rh y ti l i rt $6 a n it .k, Eit ir:iin-
lted, and imil niisin. lnnuiv mike rimm
$12 to $'l4 n i ,i-rek. 'Yoii c.in ileite nal or
your spare tini,. Su:i'id sI.i up inr full
particulars. Ad-lire'ss. 'I lie Bell Comipan,,
Dept. C., Piilad,-Iphi '. P'.-i



I' uire I.mt

All diuggist-i
fails 1I cure.
on every box.

Ch -e
Little Elmer-
look so sad',
Grampa-I wa
I am 60 years ot
done anything
make posterity
Little Elmer--
Mebby you'll s
live in history,
father.-C h ica*)

\Vas the result
Indomiitable, % ill
g'y are iot fnouir
liver, kidney and
dt-r. If .\,'|i w'a
the -;ucc.ess tlbey3
New Life P'll..
power f br- n
all drug stor:_

One on0
A distlnguishe-

gyman tells a s
pense. He was
the White mou
clergyman for a
they mounted t]
stagecoach. 'As
stage driver wai
acter. whose conT
good stories. aFH
came friendly, a:
stance that they
the journey. "l'
yer fellers," said
them; "yer seef I
this summer-- 1l


Twenty-fivy ,

TiThe fir-l inldi. ti
lie-.., lnl in a ail
.- .'.e it inm y lie tj k'
appronebh of a na
limiir'enlespi i- a :i
Chnniherlnin'a el;
soon as Ilhe clhL
ev iin arllit ll -. qoil
%%ill prev i, t i ?
1nilny h't iium ani o
11in l aiid ever dim
inotlierp. We ]i ve
gle instance in li
ftectual. No o0 r
such a lecordw p
r.tant u t- %titliho a
hy L. M. .WV,til '
tead and a'! nm ic

1I. It \\''2 -: l iiew.,1 .. ,u i -..._ _!.--as-r_----__
Ia .wa t-t re ,e n I hai'hlfr ,a-t a i a : I
SU. I.; lS','cted trie j.r than -e n I-
S ':, i.: h t -e. T o ll a. s9itin.g. E.r' the is:nb- 'I t:_
S t L bt ng In aUl i j c t. lo: th' t:.[ :.! l u:.'.' .,u M. ol ile to St An r .. ::, and
..-- :a l. 4.' iu by itt.i la iu.n the LU' plai p tl:.' i la n ..... m 'at A re.. L toAl ,.,C.m o htla.. 2 ('
S. hy art of tLe thi, to -t l A ,,lahc,,la..... .... 7 (. Cau r l,,-llc..... 3 (
. l- r l' oih orler to au ,'n 2. .. ,. t,. li.n is to,, a _...... _8 (lacli .la to .......
tighth.. aiLd .o ).,, the eyes. fl -, E \S0T rO-ND WEST BOUND.
-'. i t,.,-" r Ai t aul' thus clOcd t!- circli'. it w-ill Lbi not.- .F ND W AEST BORRIV.
S, a e'sary to Irele '.e yoi elf of all ,rv. th, -,th A RIVE.
t., oa:: and m. .cular tuu.un. T1l :k oL.;i ... ath nd 2th at 7 pr.. ....... il....... ...th 22d and 2d a.m.
S .. I ,' r, I your slow.. ieiasutle.- bre,- .i'llng alli 7th. I7thi a.nd 27th p ni. . St- A dre Bl,, 4.... .t .
: '. '.'.' ,.'hf the d il' for a ret- 'cal -l p." -th, l I tl and "`.ih am........m..,acil ,t.h .. ....11th.. : th i nd 1st p.m.
-AFRI.a .I.. ....IIh,21 tind R IVtp. Fn.
'A good A Tiart re:ort. 'th. Iith and "':th a n.... ...C'rrabl,, l .. l,.. 'hoal 30hE noo.
i., ., e. A ;;t-)rYls ', i toll a cut former "d30t1hnoor
ti. Ci oi' rillpo il, Tw Pl anys o ue of the public: nhonu nor.' distin- n'arralellts i .1palari'. wit mer p Chttaooe Tallah-ree A
iromo Quinine Tablels. euished i tihe pubi, ife of the state I r' rim ier infrn iati ilr .it frt Tal-eid seil iale for sre partly
refund the money if it had an appoiuniut-r to deliver public i4' ir.. e f. r i;.lt r. a eS LAd si ci i raie, for larI partt.
V. GROVE'S biguature l -'e'"- They Ld to drive a long i"' ..\. ( LA i!ile, AlabHiIIa.
5',.e. distance before dinner time and arrlv- ,.._-__..... ________.
ed at a farmhouse in time for dinner. it a ~...
Houston was sick. His companion had Ili hsN boo! "'::'.:a c tr. Prst. .Thrashing a King.
tjran impa d a ravenous appetite. .Jo0-ah Quinry jjr .'- ., of a jo-. ..ny y.. During tghp. Ashanti campaign there
-Grampa. why do you "Mir. Houston," said the housewife, he ,a,1- l' -t:... .Icw day r- v: was a grotesque exhibition of a native
with some indignation, "I see you ain't bIak hi1 1-'.'- ,. io \Va.h.,- policeman's IndifferNence to the "dlv~inl-
as just thinking. Here eating much. I know the dinner ain't to,, with. us -_t,: : the l' ty that doth hedgre to tng." General
f age. and 1 have Dever mue, but it is th~t n on. with Jius dt"- uW the fedoe. ty that doth hedge a king." General
f age. and I have ever much, but it is the best I could get up. sunr'ieme co-rt: The just:ce was telling Colley, then the, major commanding
that will ber likely to I'm sorry you don'appreciate the din- (of the ro;tl-ie if t!ie cout' s Washing- the transport column, writing to hla

Oh, well, don't worry. "My good woman the d tou social life. "'WVe dine." lie said, sister, describes bow one monarct had
tOil. wel. don' t worry. "My good womanml thedinner Is per- "once a year wt' the president and his foolishness driven out of him by
till hvedys gr chance to feet, but I am In addition to that I that is all. On other days we take our "the rod of correction." He says:
as somebody's grand- have got to make a speech Immediate- dinner together and discu;se at table I am afraid one's Idea of the majesty,
Times Herad.ly. and I can't speak well after eating the questions which re argud before "that doth enshroud a king" Is not .
freely."s Iron Nerve us. We are great ascetics and even alted in this country. At one station
ck's Iron er alth "Yes," said the good housewife, with deny ourselves wine. except in wt on my way down I heard arow In camp
of ais r.em ndiduenalth. sprit. "It's just like this-an empty weather." during the night and the next morning
Swhra tr he dusenomacher- wagon makes the loudest noise." Hous- Here the judge paused, as if think- sent to Inquire what It was. A native
i wiere ahe stomach, ton was silent. The other man ate lng the act of oorti'aton he hd pole corporal of mine, a first rate fel

nt tbl.ae qualities and r.- irmingham (Ala.) Age- mcntionl placed too sv-re a -ax low. came up and saluted.
brini, use Dr. ing's. Herald. upon human credu4ity. ianid p:'eseintly "HeP-d row In Mankassin camp last
Thc deceop every -ird-Kevin at the LeEt'ne -.,. '."" "w':V.i i:. j" u.;,', 1.. .',, nigbht sir. Pound king making great
and body. Only 25cat Io is. n at tlthet Lei.a.re. 1 i 'lvr *l %fil r.:I, hit t.'. nose, gambling with his subjects.
--. -- L Lc:-,J hei.,ur; tt.. .......--,' ,r t' ." .i \'. a um .It:ul(, ,- ,xie king great
hfe Minisier. characteristics. In the two lectures per 'ren d, ,-. tos to A red Jury.
d Massachusetts cler- week which be delivers to the junior remoindo -an- seter iit o,' nor look In a criminal lrosveuAtion r'ee.ntltr
story at his own ex- class at Glasgow university he con- like rir!.' And, if I tell L:: t1h sun is tried in York. Neb.. the jury. after a&
on a tramp through trives to touch on most of the Impor- s.inhl brightl ar;e t;-srl.ll wlil brief deliberation. turnednd the follow-i
stains vti'hb another tant points of his subject, passing from -' -, *itl .e'
stains with another tant points of his subject, passing from s mo imet reply. ".'A1 tht tr, for lIng remarkable verdict: "We. the Juryl
companion. One day one to the other with a rapidity bewil our ,'is ledpiin th.ltus over so large in the above v-nrdtd ease. do not be-
Se driver's seat of a during to lazy or ill trained students. o of ('ittc leve one word that t e wnesi
often the case, the who prefer the beaten track. a te:rcc; i'y that-t.e "us an interesting char- Eggs. Jellies, shoemaker's wax. X i.:es a-;ce:-' t th awnyof the atornys have spokellevel
ersation abounded in treacle. all sorts of stuff, are used to tg so lov,-w:. that any of the ftorneys have spoken
three speedily be- illustrate the lectures. and homely ex- could do e so v thait should care toem
n"it was with reluc- Perimnents are recommended to the ctakd do so to hr. shoubl care to
parted at the end of student. even the humble teaspoon, "so Itaken :tr ca Itr toi to bt upohumor
m glad to hey met ill adapted to the purpose for which it B I veracity of the Legal pndoubt upfession thes
the driver on leaving is intended." being pressed( into the lost the fresh ness of early youth, and
I haven't seen a man service. In the famous egg experiment a goot stiff penalty for contempt and
y ministers." he shows how Columbus might have a gses ood, stis kindalty for contempt i
gained his object without breaking the cadoundses of these kbenefitd would probably re-
IE FOR CROUP. egg. When boiled and set spinuing on dound to the benefit of mankind i
a table, the egg rises and spins on Its -1 general.-Law Notes.
ra'rs. Constaiut Use etunboiled eggs, owing to the fluidity and a desire for solitude often attacks young
p.a va 1 {i re. of the interior. do not rise, but if set short u afse of womanhood b.... egins PARKER'8
nli lf c-oup imlon hrse- spinning and then suddenly- stopped l F. "P l I ,..'" ^" t.
Idi ulijet. to Ihal dis. and immediately released, they con- (GERSTLE'S FCMALE PANACEA.) MINr F.HIA.o iastore ty
,, n.i a sure sign of the tinue their motion for a little time. will dispel the gloom, banish dizzlnoss and -air to itas s&outhal oO i:.
tuick. Foli intig this Once, the result of a students' plot. restore the maidenly blooia and uvaelty. u; e, and$i.0oat Drmggi a
*,ilia,'ro g,, e,,ih i raw eggs were substituted .for the l ordau nt r -rtr.. was:1 r..in T-
Rliar rimg icosgh. a boiled ones. but science could dis- duwn pains and bat ,. duri.- ,er' ro'Bmi.'
-it R.hy is givenasle-i't.shne dhat rv T.i i.' hi. :i '- 3BOARDING.
il, R~c''ll lu givn as criminate anrd the verdict was unhesi- ,uced a:peculiar qUIv' ( ;l., f .i Il. .
liecomnes ;,oirSe, or tatingly given, "None of them boiled." iheuod .F wand t l I. r, --,,M r- a ,i
he j r eng w assto On o' ia1 :, t l y r a aces
Ipy cough ADpe:lrs, it -Cassier'S. 3 the best meiwtoinei ii o d i -, it se M S. ST N E,
lnrk. ItI ll.i d ill Beulah, Ala. MA RY ELIZA BENES. C E V a
1" hiom.t i iisiroad in L. M. Ware guaralmntees every bottle of PRICE $1.00 A 3OTTI.E. (oEr. tEtt'. Vi:ta Avr mie and
f lomres in Il his road cna tirl' 's Congh Remipdv and will wiEI to oC r ITAilS i n', C F. P. at once'4
lappoins f ie anxious n.n m eran Asitiou hll m Reknedvrand will in II i yyh Ltou c 1 \a ret,
ptoill lie an io ins refund ithe nonev to any one who is not olicxsively L. wil i ke you v e t i n l e a r n < | 1 1 i f s'n o fa l l tb o u t y te. .I- 1y wi ,,l', l t ,'i el ilgitl ,' i
satisfied after using two-thirds of thIe nithy will advice you -.'OPsi V.V-ac UmS,
el it has not proved ef contentl.. 'This is the beet remedy in tie y oi w tr b.i A rlh '* d cure you
y) I ', h. C Afdr e in, hft"an ,of o
oreparati,,n can show world for langippe, Olis, couhs. lds.I cr'iup .' ri~n'wekotse o
enty-five 'eams' con. and whooping congl nand 'is pleasant and l Co.,c att>ano.aTeun. .c e weakness. R m
safe to take. It prevents anv tendency of If your druggist "e n-t hLartle oF.P. ,,e With Plesant Rooms
fuItre. Fr sale.a fe to a I e n a1. tnd n. o ,,!m to send for It,,r -wi E, I 'i our oo-ru fr o Br d l
a cold to result ill pneumonia. Sold twv andtl.oo dwewt o.upy y,m -i t
t. Ande-.s and Bad y ,. I.Ware, St. Andrews and Bayheadand L. 6ERSTLE & CO., Cha:an.cowa. Tenn. REASONABLE RATES
ine dealer. all medicine dealers. J .-'L- p U



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., .. ,.. ~I. F. BACKItN. I CAS-- STO RE. W. L. BRACKI1N

S .. .R. F. BRACKIN & SON,

, f' : .- IN
Iial1,1e bleed C ruiifier "
and tonic that brought into

r.', *it ahsfrhi' concen- as ps

treated extract prepared by a
combination, proportion and
process peculiar to itself and c ', HosOiery.
giving to hood's Sarsaparilla
unequalled curative power. <
Its it America's Greatest Medi:ine. -
Rosy Cheeks I have good ": -
health and rosy cheeks, thanks to Hood's w
Sarsaparila. It builds me up and CD .
saves doctor bilts.' Mary A. Burke, 0

H.1". I ll. .*'e ivr."l l. .n. r tn"nn d -- ,/ I i K.. V nr
East Cair St.,, -Indanapo is, Ind.( .

111 \\ ill II'IIIIII

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I. Vi~ii Ilat ed..... G 11 e *o ........65
Colo.A i! Gunapowder. .40
1.1 t, 1 ,wi .S Lhini'd Jap.40-6iJ

.:'.;leen. 12(a-20 Llaasweeli'a. 10
Arltaeie.ll.H 12-15 Sweetened.... 8
7r ickeria.a,:odiIL 10 Itovatl...... ....5i0
's1'Jli.copi, aig 20-t6ll C:Llllptleli....10
kii.illsCanined t'vitit

I1.1111i141i. i'yetg~-s P .IS ieaaches. . 10.00t
V 1I ella tC i A.. .. .. 8 O III'o 1013%-. -S.I 12
tic" ....... Gj Apples ........ 10
% liapaaeieul ..L rs .'i.i.i .---------I
Driedi l'e~clteg 8 A trii'dt-....I11-:20
Ioa Oil prni~l ...l15 St raawlieraiieA -io
.arsoliiie .. ....201 Pineiiappae J0. %)

...... 31, co i-tie' Bel.--.. 5
.46.es it lb ... I5 chippl.d Beet illt- 5
3ltler ...... 2 5- 30 .) lai'e I.. -
Lard .... .. .~ I"- 10 IIlmaa. . I5
11I,cIJualiat p~kg ... If, Boltked B aia--a' 0
Fittit i'naiiale Ill Cmua'a ... 04i-e5
JI U y. 1011- P~ i21 Pew;-------0
Linaie .1iaaue.. 41~ 1,11111114 ill-
Eggs pea- doza. 15
a lil() V I SiON S.
F~iontr Prutk
Am'nSwal 14 2.! D. S.pr 1b ..... 71
Majestic ... 2.75 Bacont Sides.. ,.8j
Corti Niltil pa' ~m60-7t1 Fresh ....... 8a I0
Oijt letal Pr 11) . 5 Bra'kf'st ilacon-ti I
Cort it- pelii.... 55-60 Hami callvaasiledl2i
00tiltOeS Shotaidea-s ..... Itu
Irish ...a- 1 20 Bteef
!9atrIv lt'se seed 1.20 Cortied ........8
1Sweet ..... 60@75 Fresh. .. ..8t, 10
4al t, Ili sack.. -. 85 D~ried .. .. :25
'Imtl........ 5 Milk pr (it ......--10

01aiV wile. Ialau.IUa ii4oes, eathi. . 3.5;150
Maniilia r~ope-... 9;20oppaei p'aiuai, call 45
'4tor'es (lmlk,. .$8,l.25 ~iniseed (,il, n055S@60
Pllp Ilaea jitat 15
a rintata- per1 yd. Sut*( Ciacaks ....51taS/
Slieeait ing'- ... 51t!) Fliainiel ... 1.5;40
mutl nrl i ....... 91i111 Thria a d per' 411(m]d. 5
i'xtia lals i ... at. 15145 Sh e.a iis $1 ;1 ;h. -1ia
Er lltay pm tiart 2-2:. 5l~ ji a'tl. .
511-ati ........ 1.2-7) [;a lak pi MI.... :im
Rop'e Sionil . ; h! imiae 'aaIl 5

FI11 F:Iill N' UT:w--

I. I- -'l I to K -

Tia, uto-,ot Mt)ted.
v. -t' as 01)] L-aih lpaftiOll tO the(
d Ig ,u'In~agthte Cottixonil '.
011 trt)rg.ai j0.zlon 0 1 11(.I:) j tile
i-iny r s, I t \-i. 1,-~rir to0 re-
iu ve the xi ma! us (11, O! hI 0"sinl-
te--rd tn-ne. (Ow. eli-It'-ly t111,1i1 of

11", t ;.!wd :t!e l lo:u:. li'fty aof pci-
-n, I- o p 'a f 1s~e~ er O i
-~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~a i l tCi al oll-
-i I ZICCOi', ,- :g to his
Li--Litto tihe rt-niiv,v 1
I I a x~i -i:- io:21)e. On
- - 'a a-u (!wnpi;l-e t h~ Ie
-~~~~~~~~ 11 -o:- Irt'V-

hI-.~ 'U ---


A Pamous Bowman.
The Romans were very skillful bow-
men,allbough they disenrded the weap
on In warfare. trusting to the charge
and to hand to hand righting Many of
the HoilUan tn B itrors wilre nfalnoouq
archers. It I- -'aid hai DomiLtian would
place boys ii -.* eiri-:' .i a en--ildi-r
able distance fr;-: 1 1. i.. i'" I :1 1 "
held up their hands with the tingtr.
outstretched he would send the arrows
Ietw.t.n them with sucli nhlc'ty and nic
*urany o'f alim Laht he never indlleted a
Theiwirked e(n!pProrCominrodusi boast-
ed that hie n'ver inis-pd liq ninim or
fNiled to 1:111 ihi \illl ieasit th t ihe
ihl.,t wlili a siln h. ar.,w. lit wiil, s,'lt
a slia't In hlIO De w -:I s .i 'n:i 'm l ai N ;ist
was s l free lo ilt ir'-iI:- io de' oollr al
living whin wii' flluriou..4 uniian l was s;prinrging
n his prey. the emp|ri'or would stricL
it dIeall at tle ii:l:1i's If.et. SoU p tlir'
100 lious \vr that he. .':ii lh lo ::,-ow.. m :;h i Iill
thin \V 1it1irr-T rO I l i iads t' ofvwhil
wore r e uiieiivul:ir. lii wonl.I everr the
necks of u-iri cinuatl Coaiintereliail Trilii Pw.

flapplneis Is nWork.
Recently Mr. .Joseph Chonte on being
asked Iy Th,,udore Dreiser. as lie teilsi
us in Alslee's MAlgzia, jif" loug years
i .lutuiRlR[ld ,d cIlor STroug(T h-un-
tent and liappineas he an.- exactly. There in halp)iune-s. in cou
stant labor. or at l-at tLi t. substitute
for happine:.s. for an.c one who has ac-
quired the habit of laboring constant
ly will not be at peace unless he is

Xmastq! Xmas!
Tlhis year R. F. Brackin & Son
have tlie coinlilenice to display an :;iti
miiene stock. Everything for otld
'flks, yon~uag people a:id children.
Youi have pets. Brackins's is Saiita
Cians heailquarters. See to it that
ie reiitilibeis them,.

'howvn itfin \Ve.'lt liny a lc'v a t.iay ago
aid speiit the iight at thel Sojiic

""T se Tm, a ,i i .-: all i I' r iIn-- i ;.
M 'r, a.i.i Mui, E, I. -i. .,i r and lihI lit-
ile gia ildangntor, ol llalvald, 11 ,
are again present in Mt. Andrews,

th ..I haviaa,, a,,iv-e, Ivima (, ( i.-i,$ and
Bayhead last Friday night and will
,>('n foot of Drake street for the winter.,

A mile ;rpd-'' tfirniT oI s i" e wo- t ul :' ip I li .
a*tL ; l c .:' ri' ia.i i mC11 t, ie f ( .4 i:-:i a-
:Sial'Io .m i;)as:;',u.s, iLait in it liis wi '
Ind Loore-., lad beoe ki!ed. 1his wa;Il on,
.leuoliihed. a l he hi-;,seif had -re
-eivel a rfew bruises. For these inju
les iand los-set' he htil h-borzhit a -.suti
for about $'0.Ut0, ult s it wns a toss
p as to who wvas the negligent party
the .Dutchman was perfectly willing to
settle instead of tightiniig for his $20.-,
iO0 in the couIrts.
He appeared at the office of the
road's attorney and a'ter considerable
bargaining said he would aeerpt $'200
for his horse. To the attorney this
seemed a rather long price. so he asked
the man what he wanted for his wag-
in. The Dutchman said he would take
"No; that Is impossible," responded
ir. Marcy. "Why. it would cost a for.
une. to pay for your wife's death if
'ou value your horse and wagon so
highly! I guess you will have to con-
inue the suit."
"Ach. aein!" he.'a-n the (ermann
"S.hu.st listen to uie once. See hier
'ou gif mu swtl lhun!ert for my
ori.e untl a hundt riund iifty for der

il; t-e< -. +3 l t ,,i '..> . '. w go n und e r-ir-twenty -tive for del
i '.i,-.. t."iiai.llii ,il. a;- .. ... :i.: 1 r' ii U.., h-iarne.ss. uud I vill call it square about
*ammi.Ill, il .k.- .-lt . V de wife. I can gel another wife. billt
aI. rthle horiae tun. wagon. auh. dey would]
- P.::,1 .i: .0""1n -. 11 4 1 17 -
i'.I -1 .4 .- a till hl l . .. . ] : .~ tl i ( t , "7
Fl ,' .i *. 1 soun reITe' which was b
i' '.". '. '. 'h . h able to botb iiarties.-P.uffalo Times.
.'i ll . . -'.'* '*', i t ,,i | .. ....... .. . I
.* ,, I1" II "In' a .,,, tii;:u A. a n rl.- f.r rheumnati-Am Chamher-
i-. ni"" i"."" I ,,'- i.tn I'n i. gm initi g a wide repu- Over=Work Weakens
i;. ,iai', '.,,l i,,. ,'l ...... B. J..l.ni toin of Richinond, Y our K idneys.
:J-t., i. l it 4 14-.'1 1i ;le.\,i. 1 .' "" : 1,,,. h.- I... i 11.. il,, d w ith that aillin ntnt
..' .. .. o i.. h,,- I,'. a,, .,_ king of it he says: "I' Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
,l , kill ill "' Ii :e e
1 ,, -- ,l..' i_,.,i ,,, n il., r>"i -. t,.i ,, l h ihl ing tlliit w o ld relieve
.,a i, I-il.al,,- 'at'u', e I z i I, i- ., I, a .1 ili i th e your kidneys once every three minutes.
1I0o 0 ,.I I,,I,,d- P J- I I ith me. My foot *as The kidneys are your
u l .1,n ,I,.r '1".& II In... .1 ,-I I-I, aa d a.a.i -. me very much, but i7 a blood purifiers, they fil-
,,1 *, ,^ ,. l..1i '.. i lluh ite ',J,. :,, plic ,i.,nof th Patin Balm re- i. ter out the waste or
I ,,es.d .$21 lie l me..." F,,r aite by L. M. Ware, St. impurIf they aresick or out
Aniiaews and Bayhead and all medicine of order, they fail to do
uH ow'.-a 'ihis? de .lS. their work.
W oT.,:- o ln In.I.ed D.I Pains, achesandrheu-
Vor t- A If .iaied Di a- Ia LEGAL NO TIE matism come from ex-
f.-ir allv c.-I. ol C '.,i:rili tli.t t',iiliOI ie LEGAL IN OTI cess of uric acid in the
Ce,:n I,% l i all' ."' t .i 'rrli CuL' blood, due to neglected
F. J. CL EN E ., o-., 1.l,. i. Slift's Sale. kidney trouble.
J. E, 1 0 I I r S Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
\ie tlhe i..',..,der-,it .,I ,, ..L. I r, F. J. [ISy D -put'y.] heart beats, and makes one feel as though
Cihelnvy lor lite I lot 1.) ee, n. d I.li. C'i.,it Judge's Court Washington Co they had heart trouble, because the heart is
bim perfclly lhi.ir.'.i., ill Flu-inai.- li... a over-working in pumping thick, kidney-
i ti. .. ti.n.ilv .. D Hoowell, plaintiff vs. Jno. D. Ste- poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
I i t ;-, ,,.lfieiitanit. It uzed to be considered that only urinary
.ai,,lt i v .1i.lit l 0.n rat aue l 1. t-.ir final. I irt' e of'an execution issued l) the troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
V\'esl & Tratlx, WhoVioile> Ii ui -Is, C ..int J ,alldtlge's Court of Washiiinton but now modern science proves that nearly
'"1 i-,I,, '.i. (.int, i ,. i,,Flrl 1, I have levied upon the all constitutional diseases have their begin-
Walding, Ki-tanai & M-aI a I.)i, ling property belongi ing to the above ning in kidney trouble.
W Iolh-sale Daiu. iai['., T'lAcd, O. iain.i-ui .a'eendant, Jolin D. Stepheins, sdid If you are sick you can make no mistake
a '..rh Cr,> i 1,. it.T,.allr 'mill -el'l tIle samnie to the highest bidder by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
Hall's Cailsrb Curt is Inken intcral fir -ea-h, the land to ble sold ait the front and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
citing dilctely iil1o: the IIood nil d Iarn d.or of the court house in Vernon, and Swampp-Root, the great kidney remedy is
'w114i siurtfaces of ih. sletu. Price, T7c he pert onal property at the residence of soon realized. It stands the highest for its
per bottle. Sold by all druggists. T'esti- .ohn D. Stephens on North St. And,-ews wonderfulcures ofthemostdistressingcases
roetiala., tree. Bay Washington Go., Fla.. between the arid is sold on its merits
Hall's Family Pills are the best. houas oI I1 o'clock a. m. aiiid 2 u'cock p. ny all druggistsinfifty-
m. oi ilie first Monday, the saiue being -ent and one-dollar siz- a, ti
ithe 1-t day of January, A. .,1900. to-wit: m'. You may have a n a
A Propietic iDrt-tn:.. One ltru-lih se Studehbaker wagon; One ,ample bottle by mail Home of Swamp-Root.
The fo!lI'.a ..' t..' .i-.- ilrn:-n 1 fisliing seina. about 250 yards long, and "rer, also pamphlet telling you how to find
related by o'v pl'c*- or u; a ti .,o -" all I the iull.Ii..ing i.iaciti d lands in i-t if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
leal ser ir.y: it iau i I.. u r., .... e cr s tf laias t .d camtiatiti ins: Oa u I:.I 1 n I- i paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
to , .. r ,, I .t I, oi i '. h il l '. ha n lon. N Y .
,i 'i ...- a- l, i, i -.., tarf Il ..l "

faculty, to li.l. 1 I.,t .* 1...
annual Tl.,A :- LL i t. I ,. a a a

nioruL,, njz tft-i .or.. '~. t1~
profoti'War niim' 't '-d iL Ci,
dre.ssin.- rn'~aiait a- i
TIhai.t ll rir-ia III -a ~

dz'enuit. li~t-hit. l tl n 1
down wvith tli u'- !ir i d :
Thauk,,r%-.u-ir 11 t IIItat I' aa:-.1adi.
mpadialely oni' of t ah-'. -
rosein II % ll pl!itacu. ,;i : i :t t ma

(aO11 iP.M 1:!1 110 11 1C C1 W:u C i[,' t 't i a i-I-:
had siidaicxti3 ted nr.13S o'i, tack Cint1

l .w-, I' t V ,-.,n t .i iih li ,I. "1 11 1,I
1Ij ,. '-. in Ih i j ..f .' I. n 3 r.
1 1w. tir." land to he sold amounting to 3.3
.i -. i. sal sf a j oii.irn.:-i of $81.60 and
c-,,I ,-ili accruing cosrs in lnvor of the
-;iil I.1i ntiff, J. D. Howell. Puachaser to
.pay 1'jr deed.
,A r it is ordered that this notice be
pul.li-.h : for four suc(essiv, weeks prior
to ilI day of sale iin the St. Andrews
B-n..v. a newspaper puhlihhed in Wash-
,,,C.'lor County, Fla. D.D. MEiVIN,.
County Jidge.
C. G. ALLEN. Sheriff,
By C. H. DANFORD, Deputy,
DIatd. Nov. 28, 189J.

mu drom, hovn r. e Li. Notice Ill Foreclostire.
This dream, hov'- It.r ,e Lbiiti
lastantly banished fiowm 1.3s t..:i1 a, Fil t Judicial Circuit of Florida-Cir-
an untanuy probability. and lIh;d cul (.' urt of Washington.Couia(ty.
thought no more about it. :nt cu E. l Williamns ondaplainani, vs. R.E.
ho .h o 1ore abou 1t. 1 c idu t, M. S. Bonduraait and Robert
going to the dinner and tnakin his ,.-atl ., t,,A, defendants.
with the company le was unr i)l.,lciuly It ;. ,,,.dered that the" defendants, R.
amazed to see the .,rud..nt s -tL in ihe ti. iEi,,lurant, M. S. Bondurant and Roqb-
dreaut rise and" to health him iL.ie the e1 ,1. .fi ry appear, plead, answer or de-
anuouuncenuIi ulale in thL di'.liitl.-- ri,r I ; lie bill filed against ttirem herein
Kansts City l L'e. on th' fIolowing dates, the said R. E. and
--- M. ioMnduran-t on the 16th day of Dc-
-S. pr rat it the firt ..ih. i.A. D. 1899, and the said Ro ert
1l D .rr-. t it,,, in the first I., ,).i. I,,,^r,,' on the 18tih day of Noveniber,
N. ur.," anl 1to Id ..l sa l ..-',d'- .'.rel.r.i ri.la \ i 99.
0. ite; lirt r p, aip in ir ,. niptiip r- blun 'i hri- ..rder to be published in the St.
i nn inip.arl:int t.n tow.har1. ] .. 1. \;.I P Buoy, a newspaper published in
n It a 1 F t t .1 l '.: 'linty of Washingaton, for the period
a n. It make., ,, L, r, 1. :., ,, ., -izbt consecutive weeks prior to said
in. res ir.,od h.r.lit it.. -i M--ri day of December, A. D. 1899,
{oni'd Pill. r.' 'non-.l n .fai i. ,, ,.,, ', 6n f..-i consecutive weeks prior to said
,-c, .. -i:nt1,,.-iuth day of November, A. D. 1899.
'i- -tness tvy bhnd and official seal
To PTENT Good Ide thi he 6th day of October, A. D'
maybe reby il. 1899. W. B. LASSITTER,
our aid. Address, I'l. rk of the Circuit Court aforesaid.
Stbcriplos.to The PaMelt Record Baltimore, Nd. C.,implainant's Solicitors.
UIbacvfpllll~Olu ..o The pgeiRcO" 1.Q0 p'er annum.

Geo. S. Hacker & Son,



Sasll, floors, Blil s,

Buildin Material.
11 window and Fancy Glass a

Ail persons are hereby warned that I
will not b- responsible for any debt con-
tracted by my wife, "Bettv," from and
after this date, as I will not pay any debt
shemuyTnij.ke. o *. H. S. WELCH.
Alig. 31,1899.

His L:ie Was Saved.
Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen
of Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonder-
ful uilerarice from a frit hLt.ul oealh.
lu teing ul it, he rat.-i; ":I iLs taken
%% ILi t .3iloid i.'ve lia. tran iuto pueu-
monia. Mly lunLs lc_,ealueL harde.ed. I
w'lP, o ea0 aK I k.mijiJ[ l'l uefn Sit, u[pin
,ii. Nohitnig lielplet. nme. I exp'e .ed
.i..Iu tlO Ui- u,i> ia t ptullit wrj0la I I lr'.Ia I.l
ul Dr. King' -iw Dia:uvery. One lbut-
lIe gavd greatly reli'Itf. I COilLiintiuLd LU Use
It and now amti well aid strong. I can't
sa.\ too much in it. pr:ai.e.' This nmar-
%,t.ilou- nm lielicite i i. ail teo.L t aiil. q ii I..-
esat IA'ur" i iItl Lt ,'11i l r F it il lirO i L .i
lu 1 Ci ituble. l-e i Iar /Les '.i' cii iti d
"rl. Trial bolo's tree tIL any ui'1 s-ali'ru;
o\re.\ btlAl, g-uai'auttL-d.

l' A n e'xe.il.ti.iI l.illy of t' l;41.t ladil.e
mai l l tilliin ii, whlniiit iqliites leie .1.
. [l''vel,. .1i -ea ,Juh lia anrl 'I arl Ev-
l-tl. iitinl Alma .Jn i Te, o '.-noy, Ala ;
E.I. Wtail.id and 31Mi- Annie \Vat-
inl,,. ofl \Vail')l Ala.; .M i..s Jle asie
\\Vallt rl, Big" Cl eel, Ali., ain l I li's
A.it iIn lHivl ,If' \Vesit lehy, Clinli

fails to &ve liyrnrrrdil-teth i
cases. k. F.Brauckan & Sona
Ivr) ~aOne'li PnyD.-i itn

ii' I -a at., a .

Any In
\ .y.a

It's an i t h .mi n 111 n o protests
loudest against soul'e-.: o'nl-.I ~tIonas
Whlo scatters jis trali, nvi-tr t'%o seats
in the car.-New York Ti'Ia--r~u.

WA ANTiED- r. i', a R,'-[T VAr)
VT O.NES"I' personi' --i' I',I
iiii voriin-hk itii'*

in all town. I. 1t .1i 111 olfa filc-'41
d, I- t ( dat hI ( m 14 fe r-P'a,17
n d~... i .ut.mirr.'. '''iv. -r.-. flUE P-
M[IiON (OMlPANN Dept. 3. 'brC.~gO.


1,~ ii


h m:maiba-rrai ,it e rAlmbrunce.
It Is only the tyC l i I h-pe who
sl.ouid be allowed 'T g ve p..,rsonai
retuianis-enr a. but irn Ir't.itly they
are not the o:.ly uu.I who do give

"How we!! I re'.eui your "t!hr.
whliu I wa. a i-tl" "- h'',l'y said
' **' ' ... L CilusettA
a ,.. ... :..u. ie -U o COIlle often
to our house to dnu \\'e were al-
vi:.ys delighted to te. him. children

'1T:.. i i.- ier." p! *i it o I ep.e 'l
'.LAi %--'" ... .1. ., L-'.,, it e
i- ) r 1'ii r r.-Itia;u.-,. gi'a ii-;.y uncon

Le' haJ. sin' eJ -o -ir.- I l,; I ui;L "li
'.'i U i'e:il plh(i ure, L 1U-iY. \ liA ..,it hintiI.r wiy' Aj 'i s.e biwi
I.,I"jin:.. l~i,,L'-i ii ,.e- '*lr ai ii ;rJ:',iijg
'n i,. hu g.. hir',l s.- L. rii Lu i iun
',-.t I cuukl :)u.I f..y. i. ll B'i*i, i t to
It ll orI ,~ j t 1wicht- .,- I I t -h L or very-
Ihl:lg i;, !.;.i.l lil. .- I:r L *:,e is
.r. ['; >V <. Iu d 1 us!. '

s,'r.e a lh',,',,.'r ,' i 'n ,i f o L

,I, ly -. ti:.* l, tW 'i : pre.
L':-.d h '.,_il. i l t I 1 iL h.-

I L-
Ce i.. I'm. Ills ais.. ) Iv

abi.v e sll. th iTa.:1
O h en a nv -A . .;
the 8 1outh l': I,:l: t i A. ,

thly etis l I uao i -
Is ftbi o i ht'owii .:I .,:.
cuts and dries the '-:it r
which he walls to .i::,:iby a t'
\ i ; en s.r'y .z! lI..-..," .. k
land h ite will give 1 !'. '
the island affords; he wated v '.
coThe great eatdL. -. '
above all. he p ill la:;., r -.. ';
his peter which meal ois I.., .
and oddest peranials t.J..i -i
ted by amusiy man. ,u'
T hLis p fe t is I sp e rin i v 7' 1
feet long. He(? i !,-,,, .c U-1 e
r o w e n t r a n .e I n ts. !t o L . 1. [ ., ..
whichat is walled tn by n of 1i
wh(iu qntn sEial. i r.. i ::1 rrt-
he had grown so large tr ' ': I ,
not gt out it h wanted to. -
The great c-ierC .r '-.,. ,.
fed when the pla t .r ... : ''r.-1,
ifter his of eals of 'i n.0-i n. .
m eat or fish per'"' rlii *.-'. tI -d
and am using trirlk ;;i,..,',., .U-1,J 11'.1'U*
ng what is expettel of Li'l ,,,'
Stories. IiL--iL.';-.y
'Ifi, A In E,. ; iinG ,',., G .
4avs, "I1 s utte red a loni t t...... Ir C11, e
ia: lost fl s h :nI l] ]ecilo. .. 6[,,"--
,odo' Iyspoen.)in Cilre ,''.ill,' .r| r,, t'.
Ill-forms of stoni,.h t. ..61.. I '"_.A 1 _' O

-pr. .:-d ,c'-'. .r c

a. Z, s a. i -. a

i r .'.ih p~-.I; ticE-a!.
tle~ep br: '.-a n .-11 :1'-t aidE'.
is ahurie2n.
'.''lti; the C30:0 Of cal a
Arid the remedy?


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DE A L-E] E i ir

Driirs, MliciiieQ Fany r Tolet Ariclos,

I Handle no Quck Nostrums,

FIr. JJ, l E;ST1. M ,1 D Brug "wis

W. H

It clears out the channels
through which poisons are C.
carried from the, body. When
all impurities are removed from
the blood nature takes right hold
and completes the cure.
If there is constipation, take
Ayer's Pills. They awaken the
drowsy action of the liver; they
cure biliousness.
Wta 1o asO UPDofC1or
We have the exclusive services o
air,-, e :' a ', t v 1.1 phiysic.eins in g"
i i ., I-. i V r\V freely il] thoe
partictlr3 ini your icse. You will re
ceivo a prompt repiy, without cost.
Addiress, ;R. J. AYER, s r
Lowell, Mass.
"r: .,"', s

The Captanla' nS:eaiutenl.
"We'd had a brush with the Inudi:ns
on No Man's creek,'" said the cavalry
ergeant, "and had (riven them out of
he cottonwoods, when we cau.g'ht s.glht
f a warrior trying to work in on our left
lank. Three or four of the boys turn-
ed loose on him and drove him off. but
he was soon replaced by two cthe:'s.
'hr'y v er-,. C"- t,. an (. ) I.. lI. ,:'a.' a.. i
- e or si:. \V i .., i : ; I..'. i. .l
ut twh .t th,' v.->-, r :p 1.. 1, t '. *'.




East a yCashStord


Our Stock is Complete, Our Prices the LoWest
.S'lThe iTradinig P'u!lic is ass-'iredl that .ve will ot Ib undilrsoli!.rIj
The Highest Market Price Paid for Country Produce!
.-'- -.

*j, .

by w -1 l r' o .:'l- .l t It j -'.t. m coSaoaar *U.~.. ., I

S',,.:tL. < ..!.... ':.', ; ,":*- ....* .HE delihhis of an evLeningr spent ari'Pd a wcl1-liliLtd read-
Il l ".,'r-i.a -:tt e- i l-r t. t'-w Al 2- 1 1. .0f 1 .1 .
inz table are not luif .undeC-toxi.I."11il te 0
--,,"- .- love, lts descriptions of travel vwhi:ch carry, ouI to the remote'st
... ,.. -: ends of the earth, and its instructive arli.Ls for yount and olJ--these
Ind >. I ii
,. .on 1- L .. ,,,: i .1 ;* are the first requisites for your o';in tinjopinent andI the entertainment
nu'i t,. irlN i.... r .....- ,l .'. and proper education of your children. ---- >
tha,-re ,n ,o .,:,' ,. :.. .- - ... ., To secure for you the best and most interesting of the great illus-
for burial. We lay theiea iand it t i:
Indians dash up w:th a yell, iJ twI treated magazines at the lowest possible price has been the aim Of the
minutes later, as they rod, wit editor of this journal. That we have succeeded we leave our readers
whoops and chee-rs we were l a -l a to judge. A special contract recently entered into with The Cosmo-
Ing with laughter. They were nort at .
a dead or wounded buck. but w\* politan, which seeks to become better known in this neighborhood, hias
they wanted and what th:.'.y g.ot v'eA, enabled us to offer you a year's subscription to the greatest of the '.Ius-
two kegs of whisky w-hch hLad beet treated magazines together with a year's subscription to this journal/
hidden there.hhal$
"Our captain didn't catch en u'i!: t) I '
late, and then he jumped u)p an dowi
and told us to blaZe away. WO bla1e Both T g te UP.hr Iy f 1 1o 1 1.8
away, but though we fired awa,'7 $ it
worth oe Uti le San''-, gooa ca"t : In this way you secure your own home paper and an illustrated

lae didn't epen gra'e a pony. --Cl. magazine at a price that is only about a fourth of what some of thd
land Plain Dealer. ... . .. .. .. .. .- -..

..o ijur seadcsuws.
Here is a ,roeat RargICino i ;' n or the arnrIt.
ere is a Great Bargl Overhalf a century aga, in the town
I'M HA"E TO OFFEt! YOU! of amu.i. ,:is. on the island of Java, a
THE BUOY and ne,'r iia:i.ve of the place, desiring an
in.-trlr, THE TWICE-A-WEEK f( ,.'onc-AielI dC following plan: Taking a
DETR)i"T FRE PF SS, 'l..<.'. ,",:. lu-a( ro-sing it wvth goal
,e r ti .l.r he an a handle through
oh Pa n a~r thi., vio li n strings, which
And tlie Free Pre.s Year look 1 .e.. (iui'..1 to the first, third. fifth and
imas EtveIo. 1 lipte or 9lt. 0 c, -:i I, ..- of au oetave, he gave It
FOR ON LY 1 75 i.i banjo." from the first
Fr ON L M t.0 s., l'i,: in the uarnm of his native
is ..on.-ic: ed Ib all t. be .lie hiia,'. lc..a d- .- *: -iL of* thiis ti::. is known to
Sing rwsuaper. "' i- '- ,:.-. but I 'routl descriptions
l, _'ei ii..r tl.atl lay ltil:ng a1i.vania '- I lI .: l.te u Ii they ull-st have been
this ~ o i nia..lii.a.I n t tu ,. t .)2 eu.ipl i 0tI lhe Iuh!e iiT.a s ltruwlle ts. As the years
BULl at id li4 cilr. i ui itl,,, E EE I -..; .,I Ii- uli'rovt'Uiuts werIe made..
PiE --.I,lnd ibe F KEE tlr : N, ya i I.:. ;h*i souriseru states banjos
Bau.lK lur I'Ui) .u ut il .i 1 5 .'. a .' a .' I antiful as plektniau es,
The Free Press Year Book'and '- i. -..- miight be found on any
Encyclopaedia for 190 II j. I., !, couid "make the bmajo
%Over 5 l00 |.'iE,'; GI.',, i l i,'i" ' .
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upanjgllel because the ecos t
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i rilnl it of the beat aseds it y
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I. (q '"il.. p[,) li4 _'l-:l', h l t'. lu '- 1',I-'lih'ni0 ly
niva d11 Is h ('.i l '.r 11 th t atexpiLessioa In
sp-alriirng of (co vi .ild,,ijs.
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N',oveolahnd Plain Dealer.

finmniiing birds are domest, dtir!
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Patience two forms displays:
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f lite it doth Impart-
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Those show whose souls in perfect peace
WX'hen joys long craved, for which they
s-rorgly yearn.
A'- sill by bi aven denied.
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It Didn't Matter.
A bluff old farmer with i loud
-Voi e got n at a little tatlon and
,walked down the aisle looking for A
'fri-endly face or kindly eye, but not
seeing any he asked the most sour
looking man on the car to' move' over
- and give him a seat. The fellow did
a so, but with a maultser that Indicated
i'that' the old wau was anything but
welcome. The old farmer wanted to
talk, and tried in every way to en-
gage his seatmate In conversation. but
the through pase'ienger wo',A'l ':ivt
none of It. He 'a'. h' '-.," ."' t,"
i the farmer aud g': pwd ., ,i 1. I
dow with a hored ex,. a"- h
face. The old fart.ar v.'. a')'-'.< n,
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...'..- -"'C..,. .* . , .: ,, -1 ,-. e ff e c t u a l e ff o r t s ;''.'c d '. .-> l.. .
,'0W TH -CLP PR c,,euts he -,.,.: *-. ,h ,,L. enough to be heard ailal vt-' ht car

tHOW THE CLIPPER ht and tosd the hn Baty Country. w inslm a ho; -
h I. 'fa o ul e .p leclu m.n tito "fit nh a l .. .... u t r y .I k ille d a h o g1 y e1Y.- y
GOT THE NEWS. wt".t e lluminator," .... w -- wlnter's 'o m heat.t Hiow mu',, -. le
hi A 5' ',,r The Clipper. We have Iia (e arranigentilts 6V he weighed'"
'h fl hCp p e r E x -P r e s im e u t 1B (,11 : i i '"
"Two Chil a :,.' quetP U)idt .:'. which we can furnish this fine M Al' The thronzl 'a>. 1 -'
TwoChildren Play Cettng Married, "I put t ~Li I said Mrs. Pe- ,aimsef covering about eighteen mil.'--"' dou i.', .
WLich.Leads to Serious results. :ers. unf ... ~'- i' p:per, "that they "Jugs Ma of territory, including thle en iU ih .l "I
. -..... .... ...,^.,..^ mtgzht reg,'a,. u"-'.:h y they were me hen I .. v Comfpany'' Tract, also I.. i ,. .
"'"^.......^.^'" '""" s a. a :I. thtei. ,.,h is ad very n. .. ." Parker, (Crumanaton, and .' .* .
.,, .) I',,!l," 1 ,,:'., _,nt :' r "; .. ., -.'ia w ith w ide. wI of , ,"_

I t- L. a,: .ji -,: n w d. ..*. - . irndi 'lnltion and i uen a nfum r af u N r .
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the event to the be.--t ,f t:,-:er r ean'. ul ''. liin; took pin ,, I r,- iuter tb t th.,, : -
'rance. "A pretty at.the resh-, n.-.. 1. our i '., ,- .l 1.b .1,ii .; o
Pauline, with a preternaturally sol- this a te.,,ud citizen .A ht, r ;; l.,'. ^ ,". ..un. .. a .
pl esteemed f'e eldest daigh M iss Lr uu 15 u dsn u1 A ir ..v 1 1
emn air, held a last years almanac in Peters w ldetdau ttr.lis learned from hiim that it had been ve or, parties may .en,l ,is $1 ai he 'an t h. ..
er handle aild fiurea as the offiatin SusaAme "as united in marriage toed *See the president, suggested hi- description amn v we ; ,
ler hand an. wile eolle s with a piece to Mr. Chamye Gerald Binghanm, a ris friend The representative reT e.,d lot tnld return the 3.i' by .' "
,lergyn::an. while Polly, with a piece to Mr. Chau.y-er of .'li',, that that va ,hi~a lntt'fld, V Ci., ,u(,lt V....f
of mosquito nctting over her head and ing young ling was a quiet affair-in- day went to the White nlous' ,' ..' >, :'w .. _. :
a bouquet of bachelor's buttons in her "The wehe immediate members of da weat to the Wht b e ouser For 5 eah s i Airew a 'r "
hanic. wos the bride. deed Only ily bebng Pre h e was informed by the secretary t ,5 g ay
The most impressive part of the cere- the bri l y the Rev. Drst-which the president could not be seen. 'Good a premium. I Seetionti M' of the icay acorsa., -
ony. to their minds, was the throw- t e l 'id" e Fby first church. Dr. graciously' exclaimed the represent country, or 1 IMal of th Cit of St Ar. tiir .',
a on rice and o mindoes aterhe the derow- pr ne First nowvie fachurch tive 'Has he got so small as that? drews. Either man sold sn~xl $i th. v -, >, ra. '
parting couple, and the insurmountable Th was plainly but most Do You Wanit to Make $300? ad gt.a .. A y ..
difficulty of introducing this feature t d ,, ,wned in a white duck We want a local manager, lady or gen- ur t,,w- d ill.
into their reproduction caused them -.-, 1' shirt waist, and was at- tleman, in own town or coumity; no can- O r U ,0-n:
into the distress tion caused the skirt and win sisters, Pauline and vassing required. You can devote full or rhe BUO has i y. 1, 1' i :ut ge
A bride, Polly complained, couldn't tended I yr awered the happy couple spare time; or evenings only, in connec. --, ,- (. 'ihey 01aet."
well throw rice at herself, and as Paul- Polly, they started away on a tionlwith your regular vocation. 200 to uing arrangements ith at '-,.>, ,, ,e ; aai"
ne thought it needed a hack or some w ith' icei $300 can be made before Christmas and best publications in the coc, y :.d ,, y .t for ter
ind ou t neeade oak er soe carriage s. Bingham are popular it will require very little time. It is not the present can send -for u wi- ,a a' a i' .n- a
kid of a conveyance to make the B a e necessary to have had experience. Send The BUOY 'md -. -;,il '-, n t :',t fLei'.
hing complete it was at last reluc- y oung (. ..an! The Clipper joins stam fr full particulars. AddressLeslie The BUOYiid '' t t e
tantly decided to omit this most Inter- young p tr,-.n,-l.s in extending con- The Bell Company, Department B. Dcorest's llazit ..........for n t' "
.nstyg part of the marriage. their host 0nd good wishes." Philadelohia, Pa. Detroit F,',cer r's.- --, ,t,.k ;J
sThe wi g'i ing procession, g conspicuous De child en." breathed% --- V, '?... :. 6 o 1.,;-*1 .1 u
or a trii ng ro cessi on, conspicuous "T he a er ofose tating to her feet while A Lititl Bit of Salt. The F a r Tld U. & .ar ,,, ui .. o.-. . i a
o bridegroom, was on the point of Mrs. IPetersolly covered their guilty Every child needs a little bit of salt, The Fla U. :& i 1 I ot 5 -.
'a trineg down to the barn, where the Pauline ae bedclothes, and in almost every food it is well to Scientific A"iiarica 3 a0 The -an a er of t.e .ags.y wy, I-
heads witt, mother, don't! His es- put "sonm>. not only for the taste, but Farmer aud Fnut GI-row .* 5 'n uA;0 hi. '. ra i d tg- f,
ent dove into place, heard and a young "Dn'tf citizen is going right for its vanhe n lndigesting the food. It Floiida 4gritultiiri- i 55 "f ie -Ju .' ... rh:u haitory record
aS horse, raing the bell to inquire for teemed foerview Editor Dodge, and is a notable fact that all animals wel- dc clulaol ,.a .' a. of rhe. du'i'ie'eut iof t6 in; ervtii .
he twins' grown up sister down to iine you can write up his ('om; s:1 occasionally. and. like hu Farm Jo.uriiil. Phi t a' ( r-tay is thtt a wemaua vaas nitict-} g1o
For nute the grown up children gazed atster, while I' 11 guarantee that It will man !bei;'g,, pine when there is a lack Cincinnati Enquiii i' .. g down the aish- with a pair of hoes
'ae other tas the door opened to re- obituary. on fact at least. Where's of it. In Holland, some generations 8 large pIagos e a-.-- u, d- hr ar i. t 'bhveer shle aid .a.
-ivye hi, then a brilliant idea struck be foune ago. it is sahi to have been the custom Atlaiita onstituli e oe- and thw sa;: \s not certat.
hem simultaneously. Off came Polly's my a Poters was dissolved in : :unish criminals by allowing no N. Y. World (Ihri'e a w(,-.). f so. oW se g)ot ou of the
veil and down went Pauline's book. fore her husband succeed- fIoo l t l-; I.-,.l n Iilt ,,Ill salt The con For an l or eitha r ,4f th, -. *-" -"'. '' '. .-,
"That's Charley Bingham come to tears, his head covering, aloue .:,,, ",.:. th, l.Ilood became de lit s in coinetlie ,.,n "ii i ,I ..' - '
lakh sister to ride." gasped Polly, and ui Susie and young Bing- iProve. i *** I*** infested withl...s ill ., i, i --.
lancing up and down in delight. a u d from their ride in a wo.nis : ,i.I-d niierrily. Blood. -
Sknow it" said Pauline excitedly aim re ttisfaction that even The orni.ai:i !.I _,.i ,-.i,.iintag,.of. salt. and - .
and we Iaven't a minute to lose. You powerless to disturb. Aft- no ao."1 :1n 1 I :iltv whnbon It. .An 8 r
iuui right up to the house and get all TheClipper'saccount x!ri. I p. in < suited that , ,
.ie you'n and Ill borrow some We ng r. Bingham plucked if : *'. -*li i.nu .r :ili :and water ' .
ropose that they regard be> iBj'e J al :1" iie' lins of a person Is prep.iared i t l
,ilrriIkushe "m0,1h....a-.,- t ... , ,' .,l, path ihni will lhe W OOD ANDl FFN'E aINI-'I''S

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Tlai'.a tothe latest indX llnt4 colupla'3~jto
!an F~~iIloor for 1 Welt'ltplan irts ain tdii raide-u. It
-Q -a f-'Atj haIte; the weight' the block to
17-1101Athe Made is attachee, lkiadyps it in the
ff!Ound. i,ud the del,'h Ofnh-a", ir- c' a--O a1Calatha

h - h'.a 11Ii I.: 0-I ft )I ich mirakes,

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frejrht to St. Andrews Bay about 75 cents, making the plow. delivered
$4".50. lhut the BUOY proposes to do better than this and will send the ERuav
one v ear and furnish one of these plows complete at the factory for $4.50

'won't you please 1t
"Why. child, what do you want of
'ice? You are not having a wedding at
.'our house, are you?"
"Yes. ina'am, and please hurry, or it
"i be too late."
"'.-t who is it for'?"
": itr Sue:" shouted Pauline,
r,:i, i u too much of a hurry to
:'- : t'laborate explanation, aud
S:o meet Polly, who had the
: 10i o find a bag of the stuff
w' -: a:e grocer had left on the kitch-
".7 haven't they kept that pretty
.*,'" ;: u'.-''(d MrsI Her.-ick of her
:'.. .. aI V : ;!h, as she picked upi
;, d both ladies d:'ew
-. ti.-*'., : ,. ; window on the side
house to watch the
*: : i. more closely.
"a a.-'' ., Parson Hildreth!" ex-
...-.;' '". anlh And sure enough
^;i -. :*-:-, - (-intleinatn was seen coinm-
i'n;: a" steps next door, having
nadi: a call upon the twins' father.
"I thought that wouhl be a match
some time. But what are those chil-
dren doing now?"
Pauline and Polly. In their stocking
feet, were tying white hair ribbons on
the horses' foretops, and two pairs of
small shoes were seen dangling under
the carriage. They had barely finished
tying the last knot and skipped Into
Ah(' birn after their bags of rice when
-. P-!a> came out to get his team.
Y- v; :ips'rntely shy young man
,1 L:at especially observing. Being
.l^,a tly agitated, too, it is doubtful
ma'ht'her he would have noticed had his
h', tu:nred into a prancing zebra dur-
.r; s absence. and It is not strange
the ribbons and other decorations
t'aild to attract his attention.
-, '"li* ",'" -.!'.' "- .1S.'.e Pf-pr. n3r vt ai"'ar-
ed to take her place in the carriage
and Mr. Bingham had just gathered up
tfli reins preparatory to a start when
a cloudburst office enveloped him, the
carriage, the horse and a good share of
the people on the street.
The horse, a restless animal, started
with a jump, and, further Irritated by
the fluttering ribbons before his eyes,
swept down the street at a runaway
pace. The shoas swung back and forth
under the carriage for some distance,
but tinaily dropped off in front of the
office of the Snowsville Clipper, and
Editor Dodge, who had a lively realize.
tion of the fact that eternal vigilance
Is the price of items, cast his eagle eye
out of the window in time to note the
occupants of the flying carriage, the
ri, e and the shoes in front of his office
"Held on, John." he called to the
foreman, who had just finished mak-
ing up the paper; "unlock the last
form and take out half a column of
matter. I will be back In a few min-
tites with something to fill in."
So saying, he rushed out, and, strid-
ing up street, met by chance the lady
who had been visiting Mrs. Herrick
that afternoon.
"Heard about the wedding?" she
asked him as he drew near.
"No, but was just going to find out
a, 'Vt it." he answered. "Young Bing-
.ui,' aind S'tiie Peters, wasn't it.?
I. I was ne::t door during the
S'e -, and it was the quietest
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7`1 ^dea, and Mrs. Thers, a
.B persuaded to tip his h
er a tim rderous looking angle a
at a less search of Parson Hildre
dt-pa-td1t lthe moving spirit of t
instead Mr. Blngham sought t
press, w to procure a license.
town cltntercession of their sist
At te, imprisonment was short
the term twins, and they emerg
ed for t temporary confinement in
from tbh subdued joyousness th
state kesbion in a remark fro
found ae effect that they wou
Polly t g but funerals after this.
play nol ir Dodge never really u
But Ejhy Mr. Bingham subscribe
derstooqlipper and paid down t
for Th yance, with the remark th
years in) encourage genius, or w
he like. at the same time stopph
Mr. Pet )tiop and tried for a who
his siuhilt by borrowing his neig
year to s.-Atlanta Constitution.
bor'" paj

J Then Eat Him ITp.
Tommy n-ccompanied
One (a shopping expedition,
mother 'ge candy man in a con
seeing dow. lithe paused in frox
t Iu .r -, .',, r-fil look; th(u, tuirl
It withbefully he said. "Aamiia
away. Ihat felow within -both ha
could 1 -me.-"-Troy Times.
tied l,,- -- -
WATAN ST persons to represent u
HLin this, and close by court
IManageFia', year and expenses. Stra
Salary$'io more no less salary.
bona-fidknent. Our references,
tion peiv town. It is mainly o
bank it ted at home. Reference.
work coddressed stamped enve
close s oN COMPANY, Dept. 3, Chic
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A cn lustration of canine i
llgencest its limlitations-was
ser'.'el.by writer in The Outlo
few (acys 0. Passing down a s
he a n. ie Airedale terrier 1
diwu 'ith both forepaws
IjUZZIta] Ut o sc'Lrub.iug the surface
nl ilOl ing .with a bone. as
Lb'in II t hih tre of polish.
own r ,I t' x pla.lned. The
i2 ; 0.er l t-liar In vwhic
it'l'l -I L11lS muzzle pre'
S I ai'. i l i iitii l- i o [ I .' a(
I. ,. in ,.". Ib i L-a illgSI the bon
.aS ia'a,; ,i. [,. ti,..- gra t.t z.-. lh -l)pi
a.' h t i, I' aa iizh aid gl::I\t
* ,.i \ ih uu .it :..'- 1 ;it mi p.t.
:'.- l:i;,. e'l:':' t.a1' la n t the va
a'. .. a he .....- liujL- s o l the grL
' ..i 1 :] '.,:i 1 .i 0 a a' of b -ni
i ",.i .4!1' ,". .... 1 ,-t. w itll rea
: he turned even his
*'I;. la it ..t. I for after' vigor
. :,.; ,. aole in the gratit
woul, l ,.. .l y stop. lick the a
,' c re.i f a of the g-rease and
,' l aI,ff the bone. then ri
S' .er .-d repeat the lick
Ipijspostfing Ufifoot.
"I hopb you are getting good r
from th gymnastic exercises I r
mended. said Mr. Pneer's medic
viser. A
"Well I'm not," replied Mr. ]
"Trhey iave ruined a good co
"DilDIn" you take your coat off
"Cen'r ly. but the exercise h
', .~a --.. l,,aln aPta a O I of'lll't

tat MA .,t' S ir' -',al.i, Y o.. avcd his
cild'q life by One Minn'e Cough Cure.
ad D ctors had given her up to die with
eth ,-rono. T 'I ; 1. - ^ Ilible cure for
the coughs. colds.o &l grippe, pneumonia,
the bronchitis and throat and lung troubles-
:?. F. Brackin & Son.
en- Odd Thlinar at >.;a; ;a,.
'ed "There are lots of D a the whisky business," s;:; ':i -.),
mat the other night. "and one (' r't- ,-e ,
om est Is the peculiar quuait'v that .
uld tillery. for no apparent c:a:use, wvi i.
to Its output. The thln;, has ue,'.
in- been explained, but, ne ie: es. :1'
ed an undeniable fact. I kin ,- a -.'
en who sold his old plant and inv : t, '
iat more desirable locality, where ii< -
hy to put up an exact duplicate. Ite ,<'- j
)ed went so far as to suimsh a cda.p,- -,
ole windows that happened to be l.;oii-.
?h- in the old establishment. but it w1,3
no go; he couldn't make the same kind
of whisky to save his soul.
"This same difficulty has destroyed
ils the usefulness of many a valuable:
id. brand. Another singular phenomenoir
.c- is the impossibility of making a good
of Bourbon whisky east of Kentucky as
n.u a good rye west of the Alleghanies.
I I speak in broad terms. Apparently
d.. the feat has been accomplisheO
a few times, but investigation
has always developed the fact that
ND the makers of,seaboard Bourbon were
aa of blue grass origin and the chaps who
ehts. succeeded in turning out an Inland
'si rye were aliens from the east. A real
nv Kentucky colonel will not touch rye.
ice He considers It almost as deleterious
;n- as water."-New Orleans Times-Demo-
pa. crat.

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ohb- .s often a warning that the liver tl
ok a torpid or inactive. More serious
street troubles may follow. For a prompt,
lying efficient cure of Headache and all
and liver troubles, take
ce of 4
if to
The V'hiie they rouse the liver, restore
S full, regular action of the bowels,
grat- they do not gripe or pain, do not
h the irritate or inuamo the internal organs,
vents but have a positive tonic effect. 25c.
dvan- at all druggists or by mail of
Svan- C.I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.

ng to .
guest Andres Poultry Yars
es go. G. W. SURBER, SR., Prop.,
l tel- --Brder of Pur-
8 fall- Breeder of Pure-

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