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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: December 21, 1899
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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ST. ANDREWS BAY,

First Last, and all the

Time!


p


Washington GouMty
AND j

West Florida"

Aeainst.the Worlds

..I


VOL. IX.



OFFICIAL DIRECTORY,

UNITED STATES.
Senators-Hon. Sam'I Pasco, Monticello,
Hon S.R. Mallory,'Pensaeola.
Representatives- st District, S.M. Spark-
mant, Tampa; 2d District, It. W.
Davis, Palatka.
Land Office- Register, W. G. Robinson;
Receiver-BH. S. Chubb, Gainesville.
STATE.
.ienor--W. D. Bloxham; Secretary of
" tit'>. J L. Jrawford; treasurerr J> B.
k'"hittibl'l; Attorney General Win. B. La-
mar; Comptroller, W. H. Reynolds; St.-
erliiiiendilt if Public Instruction, W .
N. Sheats; Commissioner of Agricul-
ture, L. B. Wombwell; Adjutant Ge -
eral,,Patrick Houston. Tl;llahassee.
U_ S. SENATOR.

.ecoNd Diitii't,." ,inr- l'-co '. Monticello.
ST. \TF SC.NV TOA.
Twenv-fit'th District-J' B. Clarke, We-
*vahitchka.
'WVASHINGTON CouNTY.
Representative, W. G. Coleman, Vernon;
County Judge, D. D. Melvin, Vernon;
Clerk of Court, County Clerk, Recorder
of Deeds, W. B. Lassitter, Vernon;
Sheriff, 0. G. Allen, Chipley; Treasurer,
0. J. Parish, Vernon; TaxCollector, A.
Q. Jones, Vernon; Tax Assessor, J.
W Williams Chipley; Superintendent
of Public Instruction, W. L Lockey,
Chipley; Surveyor, P. L.Horn, Orange
Hill.
ST. ANDREWS.
Justice of the Peace. W. Singleterry;
Notary Publics, W.A. Emmons, C. H.
Crippen; Deputy Circuit Court Clerk.
W. A. Emmons: School Directors, R.
F. Brackin, W. I. Singletarv, L. iM.
Ware; Post Master. L. M. Ware-
Hi AtirISON.
Postmistress, Mrs. M. B. Jenks.
PAYKER.
?ostmaster and Notary Public, W. H.
Parker.


PrTTSBURnG.
?ostmistress, Mrs. Hasselborg.
ANDERSON
Postmaster, S. W. Anderson,
GAY.
Postmaster, Mrs. R. Gay.
BAY HEAD.
Postmaster, Martin Post.
FARMDALE.
IPostmastei, H. J. Johnson.
WTITAAI'PO.
Postmistress, Mrs. Dyer.
WxST BAY,
Postmaster, P. N. Hutchinsolt.
COOK,
Postoffice on Laird's Mill Bayou.


ST. ANDREWS B1



PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY rhle Fish Incubator. from the egg i
4 dne Uollar a Year in Advance. To the chick of the present day, little sac f tli
TTT T T^ A L'ffT born in a incubator, the old saw, tached to hii,
AMTTT APAr T z--E I


VV ILLIAM iV MUIVIMUjNl
Editor and Proprietor.
Display ad rates 50c per inch per month
Position and extraordinary condition
rates subiecl to special agreement.
"Local Drift," 5c per line, first insertion
2;c each subsequent. Display locals
double above rates.

A Pessimistic Preference.
I would not be a hero!
Not me-
Not on ii.i life; -
A il h.tvil the public roast me
[-L'caue I liked
My wife.
Nay, nay! I donot
Care for any hero biz in mine.
I do not yearn
For laurels
About my brow to twine.
T have no surging longings
Or secret,
Deep desire to be
A nation's idol.
Not much!
You could not hire me
To accept a house and lot.


Or any loving cups,
Or see my name
Bestowed uphn the public's babes
And pups.
Excuse me!
I would rather not
Have the nation
Rise and sing my praises
Loudly,
And laud me to the skies.
They needn't
Rustle 'round and got
A golden sword


For me,
Nor mention me for president-
I do not want it-
See?
No, sir!
If you should deal me
Such cards as that-it's grand
To think of
For a moment-hbut


CALHOUN CouNTY-CuoMANTON. I gues3
-lotary Public, Frank Hoskins; Postmas- I'd pass the hand
ter, 1 hos. J. B. Mauger; County Corn- "Publicity,s fierce white light"
missioner, Hiram M.v Spicer; Deputy Sounds well-
Clerk of ourts. S. T. Walkloy.
__------- To say "The public
i I. 1 I t. I_ / 'Rubber-necked.' "
Meilhdit- ChlJaI..l- t \Wn htIgtoi ave These swords and cups
and Chestnut st-ltev. L. G. Gunn", Andhouses
pastor. Preaching at I 1a. in. and 7:30 And resolutions fine
tm. every alternate Sunday.
YP.. S.C. E.-rayer meeting at the May be all right, but as for me
Preshlt'erian church every sunday after I don't want them
,% a't 3:3: o'clock. All are invited. In mine.
lpap'l-istCit'uch, corner of Vyong Th only kind of hro
aveirtt3 and Cincinnati street. Church The only kind of hero
onferr -.rttday before fourth Sunday Who can hold upon his head
4t 4 p.m. Sunday school every Sunday at The laurels
:30 a. in. Preaching second and fourth And the bay-leaves
Sundays in each month. Rev. S.L. Loud- Is the hero who is dead.
ermilk, pastor
Preslyteriasi-Church corner Loraine So, let them have
a avenue and Drake street; Rev. R. J. Their medals--
McIlnain pastor; preaeing on second Enough to fill a tub-
Sunday of each month at 11 o'clock a.. Bu. t
knd &t 7 p. m. Sunday School at 9:30 But there isn't
m. every Sunday, John Sturtock, Supt. Half the worry, if you're.
dattholic-Church corner Wyoming ave- Just a common
tue and Foster street .Dub." -Baltimore American.
THE MAILS.
The northern mail, via Anderson, Gay, Accol ipsiste( bGirls.
Bayhead and Chipley departs every day A girl should karn to make a bed;
except Sunday at 3:00 o'clock; a. in.; To bake -ood biscuit, cake and bread;
arrives every day except Sunuay at To handle deftly brush and broom,
7:40 p. m.
East Bay mail for Harrison, Cromanton, And neatly tidy up room.
Parker, Farmdale and Wetappo, leaves A girl should learn to darn and mend,
St. Andrews going east every morning Ti cieh esi h by t end ,
at 6 o'clock and leaving Wctappo a To care the sick, the baby tend,
I o'clock, arrives, coming west every To have enough of style and taste
evening at 7 o'clock. To trim a hat or fit a wais,.
ST. ANDREWS BAY, CHIPLEY & A.girl should learn to value time,
VERNON TELEPHI-ONE CO, A picture hang, a ladder climb,
SCHEDULE OF ATES:-For each five Ad not to almost raise the house
minutes, or ra n At sight of a little harmless mouse.
Between St.Andrews Bay & Gay.... 15c
,e ,e Bayhead 20c A girl should learn to dress with speed,
9 ,, Chipley. 35c And hlAd tight lacing againstt her
Chipley & Bayhead........25c creed;
.* Gay.............30C To buy her shoes to fit her feet;
Bayhead &Gay............10 c In fact, above all vain deceit.
For trann.mission by telegraph 10c.
extra, not incl Lid in -telegraphic service. The giirl should learn to keep her word,
W. A. EMMN .'.. Gen'l Mgr. To spread no farther gossip heard,
--" ... ,, 1,,C l .n ,I t...l ..'u t <.'a -.,


'BUSINESS DIRECTORY,

" 'W. A. EMMONS,
Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and No-
tary Public for the State at Large; has
jurisdiction to administer oaths, take
affidavits, legalize acknowledgments,
etc., anywhere in Florida. Special at-
tention given to land conveyance's and
to marriage services, and license issued
to lawfully qualified parties. Office at
the BUOY Office, St. Andrews Bay.

DR. J. J. KESTER,
'Homeopathic Physician and Ac-
concher. Office Pioneer Drug Store,
cornerof Shell avenue and Michi-


gan street,
St. Andrews


Florida


DR. W. 4. MITCHELL,
Physician and Druggist, Commerce st.,
east of Bavview, Offers his professional
.services to the citizens of St. An-
drews and vicinity. Residence on Buena
Vista avenue.

C. H. CRIPPEN,
Notary Public.


"What is bome without a mother."
has lost all meaning. He lives
quite comfortable3 without the "cluck,
cluck" of the old biddy and has
grown quite accustomed to furnace
heat instead of the warm feathers of
mother lien. In hatching chickens
by artificial means many diili,.ult ..1 .
must be overcome. Now let us see
aIt 1. it i l ,i_ ll l i ,'

n ar Lin iion .f o 'h LiT' tue`L tU
no attention from them '.tIhe at'ter,


they are deposited on the bottom of
the brook, so the difficulties to be
overcome in this direction are less
than in the case ot chickens, Then
again one female often lays as many
as several thousand eggs, about nine-
ty pec cent. of which are destroy yed or
fail to be fertilized. Ily artificial in-
cubation not amorethan four per cent.
are lost, so that hatching by artificial
means has proved to be far superior
to natural courses.


Uncle Sam, with his eyes always
open to improvement, has taken ad-
vantage of them, using ev-ry precau-
tion to save the eggs and tend them
so carefully that the largest possible
proportion sha'h hatch into fish. All
over our country collecting stations
and fish hatcheries have been estab-
lished for tihe propogation of our na-
tive fish. This work is under the
management of the United States
Fish Commission, which is one of
the youngest departments of outr
government. Cars especially con--
structed for the purpose carry tihe
eggs and fish from one end of the
country to the other, so that it often
happens that the eggs of the salmon
of California and Oregon are hatched
in Maine, or vice versa.
That the waters of the United
States may become well stocked -w ith
fine lish ihe C hi iii 'i .-i. is very geri-
erous to individuals, aind anyone who
has a pond of proper size atnd in good
condition may, upon application have
it stocked with fish from the fish
farms of Uncle Sam, free of expense.
Thus the fish used for food are well
distributed and sport is promoted in
all parts of the country. The angler
need have no fear that the brooks andl
lakes of our sporting areas will be-
come "i.i, : out" while the govey n
umetit is so generous with its fresh
supplies of fish.
'Jhe land-locked salmon are the
fish most popular among sportsmen
and much ii done toward the in-
crease at the fish hatcheries. About
November they begin to spawn and,
if allowed their freedom, the female
seeks the shallow streams where she
deposits her eggs upon the gravelly
bottom of the brook. Site is follow-
ed by the male who spreads upon the


eggs the soft roe or milt, which fer-
tilizes them, or rather some of then,
for by the natural method the milt
fails to reach a large per cent, of tihe
eggs and they ale lo t, It is for this
reason that nature has made such a
bountiful provision of eggs from each
female trout, and man now takes ad-
vantage of this provision to fill his
rivers with these daintv fish. In the
bIatcl. _,'hi'-. tl e l li-l \- ii,.1 l i '1A ."


I


A^ .l ti',-li,- r i .... t.i ,', ,..' mr ;L| ] 1l1ca -,.
The girl should learn to sympathize,
To be reliant, strong and wise;
To every patient gentle be,
And always truly womanly.

A girl should learn to fondly hold
True worth of value more than gold
Accomplished thus with tender mien,
Reign, crowned with love, home's cher-
ished queen.
--New Orleans Picayune.

The Old Story.
He whispered words of love to her,
The soft, sweet talt of old;
The dearest, softest. swestest tale
That man has eyer told.
The old, old words; the old, old sighs; j
"My dear, I love but you;"
The heart-to-heart talk, centuries old,
But ever, always new.

She listened, raptured, to the tale,
That old, old tale of bliss,
And did what maid has ever done-


Willattend ti'oiptly to all Ibusinessde- She answered with a kiss.
nmnding his attention. Office on Bav Made answer with the old, old kiss,
view street; oftt block northeast of T. As maid had done before-
C Danford's store This widow of the old, old tale,

BUITtift & FLOYD, Aged thirty years or more.
Attoi'ney,4 at Law, J. B. Clark, Peoria, Ill, says: "Sur-
CHIPI.E., WASHINGTON COUNTY, FLA gem6is wanted to operate on me for piles,
lbut I cured them with DeWitt's Witch
Land Titles and Collections we Hazel Salve." It is infallible for piles
Saila a S "alt ( shiii diseases. Beware 6f counter-
, r inke a Spebialty fits. I F. lirackiii & Soi.


tries to escape trom the lake, is trap-
ped and placed in a large tanckor
pound, from which she can be taken
in a landing net. She is then strip-
ped of her eggs. An expert, holding
the fish by the tail, determines
whether it is ripe for delivery; then
holding it over a pan lie presses the
body gently until the eggs drop out,
often to the number of eight or ten
thousand. The fish is then returned,
unnarmied to the lake. The milt is
taken from the male in a similar way
and is thoroughly mixed with the
eggs, so that every healthy egg is fer-
tilized and yields a fish. The eggs
of the salmon are at first not more
than a quarter of an inch in diame-
ter, but then afterward they soak up
much water and increase in size.
They are now placed on large frames
through which a stream of water is
constantly passing. In this condi-
tion they appear like a great mass of
glass beads ready to be strung. For
about three months the eggs remain
on the frames. They require no
nourishment but plenty of fresh air


and water.


heo has beer tie
kers Statesman.
He was born ia' I
and in his twelfth
out by the Orphan',
min Edes to learn t
May 15, 1- ."., young
New York with jiI..
pocket. In less
was running his ,;..
having obtained ",
landed in te cn ity.
coived the idea .f t'I
ing press and "-,,.i
ard M. Hoe. 3Mi.
originator of ti.e ,S
and had for oi o
Horace Greelev.
The invitations i.
ver for hIris ..i.llu
are hand-, rilttni lin
termed confi.1ui :,ml.
will be perfoti iv,,[ i
M r. Oliver's 1i,,.t 1
ton avenue.-N. Y.

In Surrey. EnI.!
great poultry ft ii


Imrent,


which i, nu-i


When the tiny fish first ecm rges 'l,' .. fowls I..j


develop fins at
true fish lie ni
meat. Whliei
are called "'
state many of.
trom their bii'
in far off t'tatj
in landing 'n'et


LA., DEC. 21, 18,)9.


nrilled by the
leici^ >il! at
. he Le.-iu4 i0
Aabunt like a
Qed 'uilt soft
s old the fisli
and in this
transportedd
0i" her lakes
are taken up,
fced in large.


cans, about ori t to the can,

PnI il7,1`:, al I [ iee l i
I i" 1 l p ." %"1 .-' i tV i

cool air and this is ott4iild in part
by dipping the water 'iI and letting
it fall again. ThLl "\,rk is done
more effectively, Ii:u'ev r,. by an air
pump, Avihich is ,:.ti'il]\ lumpingg
the air into the '.,is.' ihlii.iiht rubber
tubes with mintt, i, ,''..'i _- at the
ends, through~ i iiclI thie. ,i enters
the water witho,,t ih i-ii. dlisturb-


ance, and giving i'
Food for thie ~-,ililn


P lect aet'alton.


for they caili liVe a \'c'tk or movie
witliout appar,,itlvy .-tIlNI..i i, gfor want
of t. '
The fishlin,: l, n'heiltiul 'li frm the
lakes fir tiahi-i 'illtii tiui i II..L nm ore
than six inci,.- long, : iut mi.le right
conditions tir- ni1 ~u\ :u t [lie rate
of a pound a '.ia-r iil;vl tiv are the
deliglit of the siortsmn n. !
It has been e,-iiti .l 4 'diat at one
hatching over it .! iillii fish can
be propagated iu a siiglEyvear. Of
course those cannotbe icclii..d1 ite 1
in a single lake adl sou lth. are dis-
tributed at an e.pily "ag;' to other
lakes and ponds ai.il the 1,1i.
The future el' tll g.-,.l work of
our government is itm t pironuising.
The food supply ol 6r country 'is


beuitg greatly increas4i
being pomoted not '.
streams an:dtlalkes c
bceu famonA, for tltI'
ai. r.f...i na itla

improve by thi itl
not native *to the r they are Latched, aind


. and sport is
Ix along those,
have always
I but ia new
S regions.

i stli

y thie general


interchange of kiid ,td quayit
oimn fortt.

Mrs, R. Churchill. F l. t, as
'O ur babv was (.,s, iy. i . si '
sor Is I titt's W i l,.. withi runninls
sores c ,t's W , 1Salve. cuirei
,, r .of n ,ill Z '1 ;:d skin dis-r
It. F. racking & Son. .. couterfeiis

A Veteran News ape. Ma,
Aged 85, es
It is inot good I,, II to be
ilonc," says the Bi' .Jolhn W.
O ver, the veteran j,, of Yok
evidently believes it , tomorrow

eve it ig l h W e iil ta his third w ile.
fe is in hils .'qh v .
M r. Oliyer <1.,,i
'I- .not& -tay lie is
eighty live yea old, hmwevem.
Young is wt c it And
hie is hale and hit 4 ,gh not to
belie it. His n I t ,C o
n l i ling is setting
tongues ". .I ilg tl, forl he has
children about aso I ,
bride o. -
SIe is Mrs. )1h .iof Kingstoi,
wlhio recently tmool i
housekeeper., I! is intimto
friend of l. ' i t h e
friend of Msecond wife.
Shie is forty 1. ,, 1
-Mr.'il. C en
Mir. iOlivet 'Ii il a widower fort
aibutnt t o w itv s s iii-
b. ri se.al chil--


e AMERICA'S FIRST GEORGE.
How HIe riled to Run Away From
O His Ad'nirers.
Washington was not churl!i;h. but he
Shad that preference for being unob-
served that develops at times into a
longing in a man whoso life is spent in
public. He quitted the Maeomb house
on the morning of Aug. 30, 1790. The
servants were instructed to steal away
at dawn, to have the carriages and lug-
gage over the ferry at Paulus Hook by
sunrise. By candlelight, Mrs. Wash-
ington. the children and the secretaries
.assembled in the morning room.
Thie president enL;nAd, pleased with
L.- st* t.gem. I' was enjoying in
p'..,.pO t hi; c ,.r '- i,-; l ,-,vt-rv :. I.'-
~" ,, :" i ."17 -..\
-1 I'. i; p on the still mornin- air the
.J.., i . igo'rous .notes of ain artillery
brAnd. Froml the high;wa'ys an-d byways
scurrying people ai~peared. To witness
his tirst step outside the doo0' a thou-
sand goggliug, affectionate eyes watch-
ed.
"Th'ere!" cried the ge.-eral. in ha!f
comi t despa r-I cannot t think altogeth-
er displeased. "it's all over; we are
found out. WVell, well! They must have
their own way."
It was the "general" they waited to
see, not the president. They lined the
roadway from house to barge, record-
ing every inovci, r-nt in observant
rains. (A distinguished man can nev-
er know wlhch of Lis audience is to be
his biographer. It may be one of the
"supers" on the stage rolling off the
-arpits.) The thunder of artillery
could not drown the living shout that
rose from the throats of the people as
Washington was borne off with the
rise and fall of the oars gleaming in
the cheerful sun. His voice trembled
as he bade the assembled crowd fare-
well. Though chary of appealing to it,
the love of the people never failed to
move him deeply.-Harper's Magazine.

5,000 Our Grand 5,000

Ornithological Contest.
Something entirely new and interest-
ing. Read what you arc to do. You
may get 200 cash. Our contest is to see
who can make the largest list of names
(or kinds) of birds from the following
letters; W D OOOCCKQULIA
PRTAR I DGESPNIELVE
BRDIMWADOHTL
We will recognize as a bird anything
belonging to the feathered tribe, whe-
ther it be a Hen, Crow, Singer or any
other kind. You can use any letter as
many times to make a name as it ap-
pears in the list of letters above: for in-
obodqock, Plover, SasiBl I


&.- '10 any pe'son.who oI I I ake list
of 25 or, more cli .- rent names of birds,
we will give absolutely FIZEE a beauti-
iul Prize value 200 or less.
Big Prizes Awarded Daily.


When you have made out your list fill
out the line on the bottom of this adv.
and send to us with a Stamped Ad-
dressed envelope, then if you are
awarded a prize you can if you desire
-'et the prize by becoming a subscriber
to the Woman's World at the rate of Id
a week. We shall award a prize to ev-
ery person who sends the name of 25
Birds, and our gifts will be as follows:
For the best list received each day, a
Gold Watch; for the second best solu-
tion each day, a beautiful Imported Tea
Set; for the seven next best solutions,
each day, a Konrah-Sakih Diamond and
Ruby Ring; for the next best solution,
a Gold Piece; and for all other correct
solutions, Prizes of Good Value These
prizes will be forwarded daily, you will
not have to wait a long time in uncer-
tainty before you know the result.
There is no element of lottery in ourt
plan, it makes no difference whether
we get your solution late or early in the
day. All you need is to post this adv.
to us, and on the day it reaches us, if
your list is the best, you shall have
time G(old Watch or if second best
the beautiful Tea Set, and so on. We
guarantee that we will award you a
prize. There is absolutely no opportu-
nity for deception on our port-we can-
not afford it. We want to get 1.000,000
well satisfied subscribers, and for that
reason we don't want you to send any
money until you know exactly what
prize you have gained by answering the
puzzles. As soon after 4 p. m. each day
as possible, the examiners will judge
the lists to the best of their ability, and
will designate the prizes. We will
write you at once notifying you what
prize has been awarded you, then if you
are fully -.1i-6Ii. you can send your
subscription to The Woman's World
andou prize will go by return of post
post-~-.~t


.0! t ro ideas it seems impossible that we
I should be able to make such a gigantic
i 1815, offer. but we have the money, brains
tinm1re in 1815,r and reputation, we know exactly'what
ear was bound we are doing, and if we can legitimate-
o ly gain a million subscribers by this
s our/ to Benja- grand idea, we know that this million
tIprinting trade, of well-pleased subscribers can be in-
Oli c t duced to recommend Th oWomi,n-*
Ii 01li\,.r came to World to all friends thereby building
t :: cents in his up oar circulation still further. We are
two eas willing to spend 5,000 in this contest
b o years e in building up a big subscription list,
Ji 'l inting office, and when this money is spent we re-
n as ce serve the right to publish a notification
0] soon as he that the contest has been discontinued.
S .1 10 he con- Don't delay until -it is too late. The
contest will continue until March.
*-liler print- We give a Bonus Prize of $50 inde-
h ,ill Col. Rich- pendent of all othe-rs to the person who
r was th sends in the list gotten up in the best
]jE'i-r was the and handsomest manircr. Our Com-
S f Ti'merance mittee will decide and award prizes
Suprer Daily, but the special 50 prize will be
S h.l, supporters awarded in March. Any bird's name
found in dictionaries accepted.
. e lby Mr. Oli- VW1O TWE AIE.-
tt The Woman s Wor'ld is a tho,'-oughly
S:""'itle. They reliable concern, wv are known to do
riwii, and are exactly as we advertise. As to our i'e-
The cereoy liability we refer to any Advertishig
Th Yere iy Agent or business man in London.
R I.- Cottage,
L ill W arbur. N am e........ .........................

S treet......... .......................
i., there is a
.iin. establish- Town....... ......... Country ......
v ...ids about -- --.
SAddiress- The wVouan 'a World. lli:h
Street, London, W., i;igland.


NO. 39.


FROM

i THE ENEMY'S LNE


Sergeant "Teddy" Wilkins was lying
on his breast behind a heap of earth
listening to the zip of Mauser bullets
over his head. The Spanish picket line
was sheltered by a group of trees not
far away, and occasionally a guerrilla
sharpshooter sent a message of dell-
ance from the high br:nuches.
The sergeant belonged to a New
York regiment which had hurried to
the front almost before congress had
Jfflcially .i,.;Ir. d that the United
*r .:, was at war with the proud old
land which had taken the trouble to
discover her.
"It seems to me," remarked the ser-
geant as he casually inspected the
number of cartridges in his belt, "that
this business is growing very tiresome.
What we need is a little diversion, a
little of lhe roaiance of war."
"WVell," replied young l)e Jones, who
formerly i.iarshaled figures on a trial
balah:ce sLhet. "you'll get more ro-
mnitce than you want if you don't lie a
little closer down there."
Three or four of the guerrillas had
dropped from the trees, and the Span-
ishi stragg-lers had been driven back to-
ward P.intiago by a rattling fire from
lhei Springlield rifles of thie volunteers.
Th'e we;"! ,'r w.as entirely too hot to
follow .p ui ad','a.-,:i'ge gained over a
fe7w I .'e nd cn~cz-ripits,. and Coampany
K w\v;s r,' ting a bit and wondering if
thu1' ti;:1'171.fl "y dep artmnent would call
up,: th!.-:: t:-at day.
"Teddy" Wilkins was smoking the
a-rt'tsti-::'y v-.,lored ilneersehuninm which
he l:;d Ii c'.ht from home. There had
been no tol:.cco in the rich brown bowl
for days. tr) the sergeant was content-
ed'y liuf'iL: at some of the dried grass
of the conn try.
"Ihelo!" exclaimed De Jones. "Here
they conw to our pink tea! I wonder
how they found out we were resolving
this afte:nooa. Glet out the Boston
v.-fters, St'rg. and I'll hunt up the sou-
venir spoons."'
"They" proved fo be a slender young
woman, who walked with a springy
step, and an elderly woman, who was
anything; but sylph like, who seemed
to roll along the brown earth. There
was a look of terror in tile evys of both
of then. They advanced towviard the
Amerina soldiers and held their hands
above their heads,.
"NMercyv, miet(, senor!" cried the girl,


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"'Te!l Is:'i -to sit d(ow: on'I te sofa
and man:e Ihe f-,' c's at h}o'o," sug-
gosted I-c' .on,'-.. "T!io young one is
rather goo, j oo'h : ', i- t hat."
St-r;'::t Theoduro V, ilkins of Com-
pany K Lent his stiflened limbs, ad-
justhed his cartri:ig belt and went to'
meet the nowcomners.
"We beg protection," said the young-
er- woman. "We have come from the
city, and we beg to be spared by the
chivalry of los Americanos."
Wilkins. who remembered somewhat
of his Clendorf. attempted to say some-
thing in Spanish which lie mnient to be
reassuring. Thlie girl shook her head
and a puzzled expression came into her
eyes.
"Do not spik a Spanisuh more, senor,"
she 'a:id. "i have the English very
Well. I went to school in ('onnectieut."
Wheremupon the men who had been
engaged in the genile occupation of cx-
changiing complliments with ani'iih
foem-nn burst into an uproarious guf-
faw, to the gr-cat annoyance of Ser
geant Theodocrc VWilkins.
"That Slai 'sh of your is great,"
suggested the corporal.
A lieutenant (cuane up just then. The
two women said that they had just
come from bcletaguere'd Santiago in or-
der thalt they miight escape death in
the bomlbaridment which was sure to
come. The lieutenant told them that
they need fear no danger, for "los
America nos" did not make war upon
wolen and children. lHe ordered Ser-
geant WiVkies antd a guard of two men
to escort the visitors out of harm's
way.
, Teddy Wilkins was very yo'ng. Ile
was so youthful that lie had had hard
work in getting into the regimumt when
lie enlisted about a yar lbefo)re. lie
had been educated in a military school,
and the mechanism of drill seemed a


le rtL. hil..tJd la hi escorted the
refugees through the chaparral that
there was a situation in a grand opera
which was not so very different from
the one in which he found himself.
He wondered if Carmen were as beau-
tiful as the Cuban girl who picked her
way among the fallen branches and
the stones which lay In their pathway.
Then lie tried to convince himself
that he knew a girl In Harlem who
was far more so. The more he ad-
vanced his proposition to himself the
more was he convinced that it was ut-
terly untenable.
"Senor," said the girl, "you are very
kind. You are-our very valiant
knight."
Teddy Wilkins' youth often caused
him to speak hastily. HIe glancedl at
the young wowan's mother, and, being
convinced by her look of entire stolidi-
ty that the duenna did not understand
English, he remarked in a low and
supposedly tender voice: "I wish that
you would say 'my' instead of 'our,'
senorita. I should be very happy if
you did.".
The young woman laughed and then
checked herself.
"Alh, senor," she said, "I have left
those behind who were very dear to
me. I thirk only of being reunited to
thenl."
"Let me go in search of them!" ex-
claimed the young sergeant. "I will
go everywhere to liid th.ti in orler to
wini evUen a smile ti'unli you."
( F"C)[." rc.iahioldt e ; U w. o-
ii, 1, nu u:trD i : is.> e:2-


ish tongue to describe one so nbble.
You are indeed a Sir Galahad. They
canie with us and were frightened
from us. I have no doubt that they
lhiave succeeded in also placing them-
ielves in thl protection of los Amerl
canos. BIci1 is m1.y earnest hope;"
The girl stepped back in a coquettish
way so tat the young sergeant might
waiik beoie her. The more he talked
with her tLc more he was convinced
that she was LIding a great sorrow.
There wre w lines i: the classical fore-
head vlhifch sho'ned that the young
wc:uamni was more worried about the
safely of those 'whomu she had left be-
hin thl;n she would tell even the sym-
I.. ... n *frg ia' t.
i- ..:. \VW ilkiS n la f, 1, i: on, ..'
felt a' . : :, an ck j .' i-y.
"Your : ;. .:_. .* i.;: .. lh sug-
gested.
",''... *:' shook her ),.
"Ala;:, sanor," she said, "not so. If If
were a few years ago, I .:.,c l] t.uthful-
ly answer yes."
The sergeant was sorry, but at last
they reached the roar. The young
wohmni and her mother were taken un-
der t!he protection of a branch of the
1Red Cross. The sergeant remained
near them cs long as he could and theni
rehletanuly started bIa,!. to the front.
"'orh'iaps we shall meet again," said
the girl jist before he went away.
"Y,-u give me great hope," replied.
Teddy Wilkins. "If I can ever be of
service to you. no matter where yod
tmry be. you r.:.st let me know."
The glrl ,:';'1 and said that she
wout'd never f. ru't Ihi:. The young
Eore '::nt o:cedu"i h'i; c::p, an:il, with one
Lhst liuEaring ,g'lan.e, he weit his way.
Hle was so preeccpied on the way
back nihat the soldiers with him ex-
cha.ed sly wvi:iks and assumed ex-
pr ;:ou;ons iuteunded to be exceed!ugly
love lorn.
Ser;,;Ilnt 'hiec'lore Wilkins found llt:
tie tinme til;t nig: t to tliL',nk of the fair
scuorlta. The T ":.niards advanced,
and it took oil t;:e vir'or cf the exhaust-
ed voli'tccrs to) hold them in check;
Yet even when the -.iausers filled the
air with weic'd saloons there came tod
"Teddy" .1.: the vision of a face
framed in dark Lair and the sound of a
voice which was mnurical and low.
Days of hard fighting followed, and
when it was all over Sergeant Theo-
dore Wilkins went in search of her
who had called him a Sir Galahad. He
found her, too, within the protection of
the American lines, sheltered by thd
Red Cross and happy, because she had
been reunited with her own-her bus-
band and her four children.-.New York
Herald.


;\. ," W alnt rolial'i,. i ith, I ri.ti '[" "I, 1
and women in each State'to travel and ap-
point agents; salary $G50 to $12(00 a year
and expeuises, guariaitced and paid week-
ly: no expericuce required, we instructed
vou. Local R presentativcs wanted also.
Send stamp tor full particulars. Address,"
The Bull Company, Depaltment A.,
Philadelphia, Pa.


An leevtrlc Di)ane.
Take ? Inue o(f glass-a broken otne
will do aIn'l secure it by placing the
ends !etweeu t. leaves of two largo
lioolk.s. tlet Ili' th(e glass be two Inches
from the table. Cut from lightweight
writing paper, or. better still, from tis-
sue paper, dolls, dogs an'd other fig-
ures. Place them on the table be-
neatb the glass. Rub the glass vigor-
ously with a silk handkerchief. and the
finrs will nut ill kinds of antics.










BlllsPd!,C' Thallpwmauemiaitu
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Did you ever try to dodge the
rain-drops ? Did not succeed
very well, did you? It's just
as useless to try to escape from
the germs of consumption. You
can't do it. They are about us
on every hand and we are con-
stantly taking them into our
I ur.-.
"TiCn why don't we all have
this disease? imrily because


t rlc .: "-.'r.T c.anni'.At "V.' 1 fo1 .*-
hold in a .stEc.m" iL:irc.at and
lungs. It's when these are
weak that the germs master.
The body must be well supplied
with fat. The danger comes
when the blood is poor and the
body is thin. If your cough does
not yield, and your throat and
lungs feel raw and sore, you
should not delay another day.
Take

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of Cod-Liver Oil with Hypophos-
phites at once. It will heal the
inflamed membranes and greatly
strengthen them as well. The
digestion becomes stronger, the
appetite better and' the weight
increases. The. whole body be-
comes well fortified and the
germs of consumption cannot
gain a foothold.
It's this nourishihig, sustain-w
ing and strengthening power
of SCOTT'5 EMUL5ION that
has made it of such value in
all wasting and exhausting&
diseases.
50o. and .oo, al druggists.
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NoTr.-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 mns t be
at arged to the elements; they do the best
they can.

The schooner Cleopatra sailed for
Pensacola Thursday night, expecting
to make the round trip before Christ-


mas day.
The schooner Nettie arrived from
-Pensacola Friday night with eight or
ten passengers and heavily loaded
with freight for her owner and other
business hliounses. She let for Pensa-
cola again TiTelay forenoon, ],,ingi
to make the return trei, by Cl.L;, il .
I .1b 01 1 s-


The selluoner Lucy H. at'i\ed'
from Pensacola on Thur.,l.Iy last
with an immeniso stock of merchan-
dise for R. F. Brackin & Son.
The saehooner Arial came into the
biy Fiiday morning and )proceeded
directly up East Bay.

PACKET SCHOONER

NETTIE.
L. E. DANFORD, MASTER.
Leaves St. Andrews Bay every Tuesday.
leaves Pensacola every Fridtv,
(weather Pemittilng). Special ati el-
tion will be given to receiving and
forwarding freight or narties living on
East and North Bay, Jassengers for
points on either art of the Bay can
depend upon securing prompt trans-
portition at reasonable rates. For
trurthrer ilnfornimltion apply to
L, Ml. WARIC & Co., Agis


NAPI'THA LAUSCIH,

LURLINE.
CAIPT. z,- D.M. Wrirnuma LL.
Caries the E~st Biy Mail between St.
An-drew~ Bay, Icta'ppo and intermedi-
ate points.t Leaves St. Andrews daily
(except Sunday) at 6:00 a., n.; arrive at
Vetappo at 12:30 p. l.;leave Wetappo
at 1:00 p. In.: arrives at St.. Antdrews at
7:30 p. In. AlMakes landings regfilarlv at
Harrison, Cromanton, arkerl., Pi'tts-
burg, and Farmdale. Freight landed at.
any postoffice wharf. For passenger and
freight rats, see rate card in the sev-
eral postoffices.
DAVID M. WITHERILL. Contractor.
To the Deat.---A rich lady, cured
h. er Deafness and Ni.-e. in the Head
.y Dr. Nit,:hls. ,ll's Artificial Ear Drums,
F.i'e ,$10,000 f.O bi < Irtitute, .., tl,.,i
S deal' Pi-,OAl- i1 .ilee to proti.ir. tilt: e ia
SDrums Au,tl, iy]a e thm li'. Addr. Nm 1
*__________ -ii ..r i ,. r~ it -11 rIY lii -, ~I-f-


A Veek's veritilr-.
The follow ing table gives the maxi-
mum, minimum and .mean tempera-
tures, the rainfall and direction of the
wind, for the twenty-four hours ending
at 7 o'clock p. m., as indicated by U. S,
government self-registering thermom-
eters. Max:Min. Mean. R'n W'd
Dec. 13 63 37 50 .00 'sw
14 70 42 56 .00 sw
15 69 19 59 .00 w
16 55 44 50 .00 ne
17 5V 45 52 .00 ne
18 69 54 62 .00 se
19 71 55 63 .00 se
Forweek...-65 I 45 1 55 1 .00 I


Parker Lodge No. 142
j^ -F. &; .A. Md.
Regular (Jommuni-
S -cations on the first
and tiird Saturday,
in- coach months.
| \ Visiting Brothers
FRATERNALLY LIMITED.
E. PALMER, W. M.
W. A..EuMONS. Secretary

TH IN K about your health. Do not
allow scrofula taints to develop in
your Mbood. Take Hood's Sdrsapa.
rilla.now and keep yourself WELL.

A Happy Thought.
The spontaneous and happy wit of
the late Isaac H.. Bromley, for many
years a writer of New York Tribune
leaders, is recalled by the exanmple be-
low:
One day In The Tribune office the
veteran Journalist Charles T. Contdon
was talking of the delightful reading
he had found in Bayle's Dictionary
auQd reinarkled that if be wonr- ev-tr in
Jali e wIuld b- quite cUUrentcd witli
that book.
"Of course you would," said Brom-
tey. "If you had Bayle, you could get
out."
"I was early dead with dyspepsia,
tried doctors, visited mineral springs and
grew worse. I used Kodol D)yspepsia
Cure. That cured me." It digests what
you eat. Cures indigestion, sour stom-
ach, heartburn and all forms of dyspepsia.
I. F.Brackin & Son.

Thie Fence Will Stay.
Two Atchison men decided recently
that their property would look better
with no dividing fence between and
took it down. It was down a week
when both women- agreed to make
their husbands put up the fence again.
They had had no trouble, but a talk in
x the back yard without a fence to lean
on was like meat without salt. The
fence is up to stay.-Atchison Globe,
Glorious News
Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargile of Wash-
lta.,L T. He writes: "Four bottles of
Electric Bitters hascured iMrs. Brewer
of scrofula, which had caused her great
suffering for years. Terrible sores
woulff break out on her head and face,
and the best doctors could give no help;
but her cure iA complete and her health
is excellent."' This shows what thous-
ands.have proved: That Electric Bit-
ters is the best blood purifier known.
It's the supreme remedy for eczema,
better, salt rheumy ulcers, boils and
running sores It stimulates, liver,
kidneys and bowels, expels poisons,
helps digestion, buids Gu the strength.
Sold by all druggists. Guaranteed.


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LOCAL DRIFT,

-Apples at Danford's.
-New Shoes at Mauger's this week.
-A good big Tablet for 8 cts and a
good thick school tablet with 175 leaves
for 10 cts; all with handsome covers and
good, ruled paper, at the BUOY office.
-The Kalamazoo Celery Nerve and
Blood Tonic is the best. A guarantee
certificate goes with every bottle. For
sale at the Pioneer Drug Store, St. An-
drews Bay..
-Don't fail to attend the Grand Mas-
querade next Tuesday night and help
the band boys in their effort to furnish
St. Andrews with a band in which it
may well take ride.
-Our correspondents will please bear
in mind that their favors must be mailed
early enough to each 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-vwe will save you dollars!
R. F. BRACKIN & SON
-A delightfuldance was al'rticipatei
in at the hall list Saturday ni'ht. A
1:o i l. l r.lut -al ,.r \'.ere jkr.-_,_rt. t '.w'i 0nU t ip
att_-'iidanrte e\ ide-ntly intent upon D.7r-
fecting themselves 'by practice for the
Grand Masquerade on the night of the
26th inst.
-Men, are apt to load themselves
down in winter with outer clothing-
they get too warm and naturally per-
spire too freely for comfort and need a'
sweater to avoid disagreeable results.
R. F. Brackin & Son have them in all


-Salt only 90c. per sack at R. F.
Brackin & Son's.
-For Furniture, Springs, Mattress-
es, etc., go to T. C. Danford's.
-Before buying a heating stove, call
and examine the Wonder at Danford's.
-The L. B. Q will cure a cold in one
day For sale at the Pioneer Drug
Store,
-Call early at I. F. FBrakilu i\: on%'
for holiday goods and g-t. fir-t chlirice
trom the largest sti,.,k ever lp,:tiL- up
on St, Andrews Bay.
-Just received the fint.-t stock of
perfumes, candies. g2enuin' maple sui-
gar, figs, dates, prunt:s, EnLghlishi cr-
rants, apple butter, i uLineC butti,-r minf,..L
meatin bulkat the f-'ioneer Dri: Stor-e.
-Winter is upon i-,i nt a 'vey cold
one as vet; but it m.iy g..et colder, and
every lady should .be piroviided \% ih a
warm and comfortable c:Ap-:. F.
Brackin & Son have an irniuiense stki.k
to select from.
-Handsome letter head v.with St.
Andrews Bay date line-' and vi-\.'-- ul
either St.Andrevl.- BI iT. otr iBueiaL' Vii.t a
Point, at 8c. per dozen: al-o. mp ut ti,.
St. Andrews Bay ci,)niit i on li.,-:k ,(' i
lettr sheet at 1'2c. W.iir :'in, :t th11
Drt'ovoffiee" ,1


"- -Tlcre are- a f.e' ik,
i'.1 ws who, if nu t -Ll'; iitIl y tIteI I, :ti' tl:'.
are at least in a c..,)nditi,.,il v.ici l .i.--t-
ance would be a eharit; w it.,:l'. bt.,-
ed, and, a Charity Ball is lieir t,.itlk-.'
of, to follow very sholrt!v aftl-r the
Grand Masqueradi. on the ":'th.
-The Buoy ha- juLI-t rt-C--ivcdi a .r.."l.
supply of news and *job shl-ck, a, i.-
fixed to issue the Bi.ia,:y with it., ae-L,.i.-


grades and at astonishingly low prices. tomedpromptitud,', fo-r '. .-ral un,.irtli~
-It you are thinking of buying prop- to come, as well as to tile onut j'.I
erty in St. Andrews ors immediate vi- printing such as lcttLIr ,lead.s,bil->llli-.
cinity, you cannot afford to purchase statements, card-. etc., s..-:iod to 110
until you have conferred with the pro- establishment in Florida.
prietor of the BUOY. If you are short of --Christmas good- arl : goinl ori litk.
money and want to buyon longtime for hot cakes at R F'. EBrackin ;.: iO':
actual settlement you can be accommo- but as fast a3 they di'anpp,..ir thi v air.'
date. replaced, as if by ma-i'-Ic. But tl)..r i-.
-There's no excuse for appearing in sure to be a rush during thie lat d.tv ..I
shabby headgear. R. F. Backin & Son two before Christmas, and thu% who bat
are opening up an immense stock of wise will make their purchases while
men's and boys' hats, in the latest the attendants can give them the best
styles and at prices within the reach of of attention.
all. Also a big lot of lovely ladies' hats -Dr. Mitchell of the East End Drug
in the latest styles at prices no less at- Store, not to be behind mu Christmas
tractive than the bonnets. novelties, has laid in a large stock ot
-The Buoy has received a beautiful holiday goods, consisting in I.a,'t '1 i-:-
sample of the Semi-Porcelaino Minia- gant souvenir books, Ch, ist i,- cacldi.
tures manufactured by the A. F. Kern toilet sets, bric-a-brac, to sy-.v n'iOthing
Co., of Chicago, mention of which was of the more useful neces.iti.-- uf ,ev.. i
made in this paper a short time since, day life with which his .. lil., ale
and all admirers of art are invited to loaded, and all at prices chetlap as to
call and examene it. Your own photo. astonish you and put them within the
in the same style is offered at a nominal reach of everyone.
increase in price, as a premium to year- -Samuel T. Walkley,:.ne of ti,:. bistt
ly subscribers to the Buoy. known and most respectild eiti.:-:n- of
-The Buoy has a limited quantity of St. Andrews Bay, whose lontg aud .f.r'i-
California sorghum, or sugar c.i ni-.---I ous illness has been spok,.-in of fl. il
for sale tt ic. per ounce; 40c. )el:, l. time to time during the lNa't ye', di, 11
This cane grew ten fet high amid t,. at the Ston._ H-ui-.:-, on Tuiesld:a,, at :;: I.)
inch14 lhi',_i.-'h Lit the lbiL0e on tihe Buoy p. m and was buried y stl-.lr.i.. N.,'t
F ra -- t ,r sj,,t ;aiotj, and i- v', 'V -i..If l f le Bu,.y \ill ii,\- ii reextVn -
In J l v'r U, .c i -
I t i -l ,-:r ouat --I I ,, V.i . i tM lit e and h ,itor' ofI th i~ -
. :L,, : f;i ,,'1 No-i,' n- t h rtra-% )-b'rry plar t .,i, L ^ o Tiniti, uli,. ii:-, ilr--, '. ll a1i l l,_a-'
t.,1' -I.I t ,il,.. p, liitdr,,i: a 1l'e ,lf (tie. :l',.a.te.-
-Taxes for 1S99 becamedne Nov. 1, -Let no one forget that the- R:ac.ke.t
and all those who are depending upon Store is Santa Claus' i,:,laii'.t. I-.
the Buoy to attend to the payment of Little folks, big folks, ev yiboi. v will
theirs will, of course, remember that if here find just what they want. to, put i'n
they have a sufficient tax account cred- the loved oae's stockings, or it ., -,,,.w
it to cover the amount, the payment in any manner they choose. Siatc. ill
will certainly be attended to; but if not permit the enumeration of .L cmi-
they have not s-ch credit and satisfac- plete -list; but suffice it to .ay tl.it.
tory arrangementf to that end have not" among the many nice things, ma;, bi
been made, they just as surely will not found elegant Christmas card, to\,,
be paid by the Buoy. china and glass trinkets, candy by thel
--'One Minute Cough Cure is the cartload apd more coming; comi-poIp-
best remedy I ever used for coughs and pers-a nev thing for this marke,--(tlie-
colds. It is unequaled for whooping pop-corn is all gone), etc., etc. D..tn't
congh. Children like it;" writes H. N. forget to visit the Racket Store lhen
Williams, Gentryville, Ind. Never in search of holiday novelties.
fails. It is the only harmless remedy -Dr. David Tasker, the newly ap,-
that gives immediate results. Cures pointed Methodist minister, re:.-mn'tll. ,t
coughs, colds, hoarseness, croup, pneu- Pratt City, Ala., who has ulit tak.:en
monia. bronchitis and all throat and charge of the M. E. church her..-, lpi.ach-"
lung troubles. Its early use prevents ed his iniatory sermon last Iundy.
consumption. R. F. Brackin & Son. The Dr. is a pleasantgentleman of It1 -e
-My son had been troubled for years experience, having been in the mini-
with chronic diarrhoea. Some time try for twenty-nine years-- -vIcite:l
ago I persuaded him to take some of years in pastorate and twelve \car. ib
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar- evangelistic work He gradu:,t..-d it!
rhoea Remedy. After using two bot- 1880 in Drew's Theological Seminiiti', a'
ties of the 25-cent size he was cured. Madison, N. J., and those ho he.,.a,'d
I give this testimonial hoping some one him last Sunday speak of him as n i.
similarly afflicted may read it and be quent and earnest worker in the, c:.i,-
benefited. THOMAS C. BOWER, Glen- of his Maaster. He will preachb ..'. .
coe, O. For sale by L. M. Ware, St. other Sunday in St Andrews antl I,:.t ,
Andrews, and Bayhead and all medi- Sunday in Cromantonatllo'clock a'. m.: '
cine dealers. at Parker at 3p. ., and at Ha
-Rev. W. M. Croman, of Cromanton at Parker at 3p. n., and at Haa'i.i. ,. a
has accepted the uastorate of the M. E. 7 in the evening and at the sam, pI,,
church at DeFuniak, and thither he and hours every alternate Sutla'. eli-.
has taken the Preston cotta%,,- c..ri,-r
and Mrs. Croman 'will remove at once. of Commerce a and Ch,1.li, ,.
of Commerce avenue and Cht.-itnt L-.
It must not be- inferred, however .
t.l 'st- M it-v-_.oinn \i ;i a >..nfi; In, '''. ln. t_,l I.LL'. ..LL-..L J"7Pa i "i
th.m p, T l T h caption u 11 it lie. nd .-., v-I I
Andrews Bay home. His interests are Citima ot n. if l i
lmost all here and his removal is sim- join him about Jan. 1.


ply a temporary one. T.he Buoy wishes
Elder Croman a pleasant and profitable
mission at DoFuniak, and the Athens
of Florida is to be congratulated upon
securing him.
-It is not often that the quiet and
unpretentious village of St. Andrews is
honored by the celebration of so great
an event as ;that of a double wedding
within its sea-girt boundaries; but tne
monotony in this particular was broken
at 9 o'clock last Sunday morning when
the two remaining single daughters of
our Zesteemed fellow-townsman, Mr. S.
A. Grier took to themselves companions
for better or for worse through their
dim and uncertain journey of life. The
fortunate young gentlemen are both
from near Marianna, in Jackson county
and their names are Mr. Nat. Davis.
who drew for his prize Miss Rosalie
Grier, and Mr L Stephens on whom
Dame Fortune bestowed Miss Berthalie
Grier. The double ceremony took
place at the father's residence on
Chestnut street, A. Wells officiatiug.
The four, made two left almost immedi-
ately for Jackson county, where their
future homes will be, and they take
with them the congratulations of the
Buoy and of every citizen of St. An-
drcws, by almost all of whioni ile young
.lotdies were well know and as well be-
loved.


Great Rejoicing!
No More Medicine!
Thlie,Dr. King Chill Pad cure' .'li,1li. II
it, fails we refund your money. .wl iiti.iioll
to )ack our guatralntee. It is ai iirue It.-
ventative. If your druggist i....- h..it
keep tnem we will mail .you t,. i -
ceipt of irice-$1.00. THE 1il. lK I Ni.,
CHILL PAD COU, Memphis, TE ii.

Getting Out of a Corner.
"What a beautiful lounge!"
"Yes. That's a birthday preih-nt from
my husband. He always gives me a
present thaL costs him as many dollars
as I am years q1d."
"That's nice of him. It r,_t....nil,.
one to growing old. By the \uay. I
have a lounge at home like thlt, I.but
not nearly as fine, and we paid .$;'
for it."
"is that all? This-this di.il't cost
nearly as much as that."-Lhicagu
Tribune.

It takes but a minut eto overcome tick-
ling in the throat and to stop a 'onghl by
tlih use of One Minute Cough Cure,. This
remedy quickly cures all forms of throat
anii lung troubles. Harmless and pleas-
ant to take. It prevents consuniption. A
famous specific for grippe and its after
effects. IR.F. Brackin & Sor..

Shoes! Shoes!


Well, every body knows
,i ackin & Son, the icishic itn.li.


Special




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Sri. B. Molvii died
iii,' in Verlion last
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think o t It.
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tYI l-a t wuition y.ad-
1i,'i ,.-. IhI ,,d'- Sair'.,l'a-
t-.t hl,.,o, l'urifiT. wirv,
onic. ;i-t HOOD'S,

o Date Bobby.
I..,-iiively declined to
I \',-;anly intuition ad-
r-t' iaumineua that Robert
s -. y : ...i. n.-ii .: very
ad. anl she accordingly
lii bi,. .
J'LJ I ari-.1i] to sp-ll when
1., ti:.y ." h- ,, no :,, .
uas I',1 :.re you ,could hire
r f' $3 'a veL.-" replies

,w'rt : i:iinn iia loses no
ut ir.'ih f.l' I\:,:- Uitwspapers
, t'l h I.i hi.' i: ppened
tli nu s-i'l ilh.ir best re-
i Li,. ,,it ..uilrual.

I 'llip)e in Two Days
,. r,-ni, il inin lt Tablets.
, ftfund, tb.- liin ey if it
|IW. Gr:,_,i-'.-. -ignature


.."\ ... rCwk-
: ,.-" heads
B '* : ... :.' :Icquire.


..... . ._ 's u 11.il
S .. 'hen he
1. .i .-'-it i .'. I.. !. on the
,. . 1 r i' I I I l, ii led b y
Ci, pi u' :,, 1 1 i. i i *,' l In:-" biinself a
j ','. "i '.'' .' ..r a w ife.
l, ih ,I il. .i I r, w edding
-', -: .,- ;,,i .... i, a few
ii',i- .'''i l i- I ',.I. ii, i i: ff to the
i t,, ,, -,'< t ,. n i j.'. l|,:.'c of an-
,II i .,"
V ",. i i,, i .u .'. |as ralf n dozen
S .. i i, lu t..il Is over,
11,1 I t,., ,< 1 -',.nith lhi ii 1. H is
.'' m I'! .' I rl] n, '!: i- ..rhil :itd look
i', il i. Irt' -i.,'t aiji m aster
' ll1 1' II d. iughters
i .1 1 ..., : a ri, and im-

'li, '" i,' lt fi cl t'h'if costs 25
,- f ilt r ,.," I ling 60,
," h: .'" in1 r i '.'. T!h. chiefs
t"i, .... .\ i ri 'L.ir watchful-
i'". i-- i l '1.' i ih, :itlirs. If
.i ,i,-h,.._.-ry3 he is
' ., ,.,.' i 1 L:a1iir is
:',t ] .-, I..- .t i ... '.ri i -tl state
1. I ,.iu ,' i ,a l. ,,I \ ilh w hat
.. _- ll '.i.. i .--,' lu llmi.i'l. State.


He Foe




r ti ll ti ll. 'i




General 1j
A month uc






The g,. uti-al %I. utt



dt-LiS %%US d u C
Suddr-nly L.,r

BU t I *- e 1 IA
LIjuItly CU1i'-tiMq!t
mInI.


OF
e S.rrgeons.
':i.i-:k 1,tmilton, of
;l _'l .r ,-,ii .rino- 18
ri-Itla. I-,' Iould die
ir.h '";I' I'erform-
i f. 1' ii live box-
., Ihe sur-
rtl atil the best
t .. a box.


Modehty.
-.- Lih surrender
day Ito the store

d ;l-,> a; the post-
y iu Ilt town was
4 ee himl. aind in a
Sstore \ Is crowded.
t llii-;.r v, ti il the pro-
[ps and ithe.r matters
ttily tilt _ionsc.ious of
eu.theriin. i,_f the resl-
lly L, his presence.
lized that everybody
i l aind riJl,.'.-rtly said:
I.finil' 3t u t'r.n m your
P'a il.r tii, .' and at
-Laditd liomje Jour-


A SURE CLUE FOR CROUP.


'l' ent0-1; e
I \ it iih


'I'll,'-' !i a i , i



Clii nil' ). 1 1I i I
soon i- hll. L.Al
even aft h W .. i I
will D IIl ti
many ti h ,,-:-ind-
hlnd and never.
mothers. We Iht
gle insta in' In nI
fectuaTl, :.. hn
suehi a u i I .I-
staut as, i, 'tl..,1


eari.-1s Constant Use
it il Fa.ii I lie.
-,...n ,.'t ,] lI. ,j iho h irse-
i1,i ~i~i. t ,, l that dis-
!'] .1i.1 -il _' .ign of the
ii i'l,. I .,llo ii,_' th is
-uli ii I ', .i I- .,' ugh. If'
i t, rety is given as
il I...,lto es lioarse, or
ii|ly 'i,,gh appears, it
ai I. l It is used in
t, l .b in this broad
i-jip ,'itii the anxious
T'ct to leqrni of a sin-
.hit it proved ef-
I n i i cal show

ft ili, a'... For saile
.s;' Ar ,., ,', and Bay-
l'l.-/UI. d, h.il


ItIF mbyimi


"Hohlcest L abotr Bears

a Lovely Face."

T/A.rc is r.:igmore
pleasing to took upon~ than a



-7~ 1 ftr7i aoi~s
toilci's of both seXer, strUg-
cil:'izg7for d.Jlbre~ad.


16: ': 'i u:i.f rel ~ 2' i



Poor Blood] L -vy s i

rCA- H.1P1 7.&..'f t tj a



A. A I H

r. 2e


R. F. BRACKIN. I CASH STOrI-E. I W. L. BRACKIN


i. F. BRACKIN & SON,
DEALERS IN


Hats : and : Caps.


Hosiery.

I


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03)


Co


QUEENSWARiE


"


refund Ithelie mne to aIy onlle who is not
satisfied after using two-tl.irds of thel
conilents. This is tio e best renedvy ill the
world for lagrip)pe, (couglis. colds, coi'ull)
and whooping cotiui: aind is pleasant and
safe to take. It prevents any tendency of
a cold to result in pineuliioni. Sold1 i
L. M. iarce, St. Andrews and Lavlead adj
all medicine dca:cv, x-


.. r : . . .r t l I ~ .l 'i Iv I. .. -
. ,i : i. 1 r : i .' i n i '.1

[i,.. ,. I t i: .' i!l, "'L;,,I,. t'* ... _.; r: ,..."

It enviedtby all oo dysp: ep Lcs rhose
tomach and iver arel o-ut of order. .ll
i 1.. l 'h -ol thla t i ., i '. K t.i r
i ', i .l I .. r' t., to mf I ian
n .,.-' t IL'n V IJ \. l.l'e '. n d a. 'l'i





s d s-,ou A di 1estion nIt a1 reg l bo dily
ht L > t i h-- ': ''' I i t a i:i .re s r:ti he l it n e
tin I I II l l i f n t i l :i l] W.. i i
ri r is.i ale lin i 'ne.l; t i- .. ld i. il;e
'. Iar, d. u s a .f < r hi- in T h .-e N '.

l .i i .\- d < i l , i '- '.', I I r i- .
A. m \hoinoa ti; mer s. fsl'ilii t'i
Ilc ."h .l.id .a th . if .i. ng i .e









Li ou P i i- hsllsho,.ut', a n -In. ,d a
habit .1 th .at insure perf t h a nt d
e nlyI O' 2I5 I 's' -. il l' -
ij. si-- v I I ' i ] > n.-. i
I. . .. ,Iu .l l : .,' I ,-l I i r .l,- ., It u t
.d u. t ,:r .- i vii \\'. J-, l :: l.
Tho Appetit oi a Goat.
Is envied by all poor dyspep/ics whose
stomach and liver are out of order. All
such should know that Dr. King's New
Life Pills, the wonderful stomach and
liver reuedy gives a splendid appetite
sound di estion and io regular bodily





habit that insures perfect health and
great energy. Only 25 cents at any
drutg store.


rrishmen are inclined toa word per-
version: but, says a writer in The Nine-
teenth Century thl e following descrip-
Stion of slow speech which often de-
generated into a stammer shows that
occasionally they use the best words
possible in explaining a thing:
"It's a square sort uv way Martin
talks." said Pati. "It's as if hei tu the
wutds out uv his heut' an luked at
'em beforepi he gives 'em to yez."

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s e iai .seg oo 1d.dr.. s- t
rob ,h, beay "ey -









Lhad ieAdvisosrym Dflingorteanlye
wo ; ;, 'h t :, ain.r r .r1l





whatl shatinh fT e, dT i me dic











Chattanooa:,Tea mab
., o bl .h es, ai ,i e a
'earesh .alf- y diseased ne ic st
a .onies -ho" ob 1 ..e i













rtinual er oetnse and trouble. The
i ine of Cardti is becomring e the


For a, ice o in cases requiring
tecialnt drecieonst adtdre s, ntlhe
tI sala yisoryst bD-TLatent,
il aninooha ita. Tis. man e in e fom






Chattanooo p a, Tenn. otealt
DI RSt..'J. iaEST, Nal hillo, Tenn.,




i woas sere b autdt Ien etand heor eiat
wto ininue ihe rdoi s eionai te

li atui" .
toele aid hie iende thes ongt ape








suffel i curedlt to sh t aullrh.
We ausingl reeidyeno adles, tor Ctie








mercial "ad erm"aner
\"Ladies Advisory Department," u
b The Chacttanosoya Medicine Co.,








SChattan ooga, Tenn.o eryote o


i .arii l' ...." n is.g. i e ei. 3 l d Cop, Il
to r'eah that ehevatior hance the
earth msy be viewed "as one vast
plao t?"
Voi.e (in yloe suoisen-i-The one that
works in ti powder m oill.-sLife.


hVe waut intelligent ladies, or denile
ten tiio accentue p tieniit position hi o\ne
town: saltaly t h start frie n wetek, s uarpi!r.-

your spare time. Send sta-np /'or full



The Aetor's CaNr.

oor." the acdter was complaining. "and
they rof>rred me to the manager. And

1We was sorry but the demand for seats









Ciainheria n's Cough Remedy and will


women more than anything else is
leucorrhcea. This aggravating dis-
ease is permanently cured by....

F. P.
(OERSTLE'S FEMALE PANACEA)
LEITCORT'I-(EA C1TTR D.
I will work up a ,) i.l tradh <,n y as it vured a w.:, hwr; of Leii.t;orrhcia where
all oil.er iedlija' ilJ had failed.
Mildred, N.C. C. M. COBB.
Try G. F. P'. a' once. It will make you
stroiri, 'v'rac iotis r,'T'uP : '.1 cure you of any
formli of f1miale wcakLa.
Write to our LADIES I!T'.ATiTH ('I,.I' in ciuargre
of la ,ic;- ,'u'sively. Ex.'i'.l. all bturS, .)U irhe
and they will advise you llinvy on how to ra'inr"
you; h'.1I 'ol1. II/.](F.' 'I.A I]' 'L'l ( I I I
C;ire (f .L. G(ltif i .L ('.Q., ('IAT-'AN)' tA. ,TENN.
S PP1i6CE 5-.1.00 A IO+rIfUi.
If youir dll i, Ist (ioes r-t i, l- t i F. 1. ask
h n t,, ondt I, r i. oth e;vi" P 'id 1, your order
anL .Eii d il W T' i SI tl'Tly y O d( "U .
L. GE;mL^.: l C., Ch,i!3n-' i., ThT"n.


On one occasion the Prince of Wales
visited a Hindoo school In Madras.
The youngsters had been drilled into
the propriety of saying "Your royal
highness" should the prince speak to
them, and when the heir apparent ac-
costed a bright eyed lad, and, pointing
to a prismatic compass, asked, "What
Is this?" the youngster, all in a flutter.
replied, "It's a royal compass, your
prismatic highness."

PARKER'S
HAIR BALLS AM
Ctleames and beautfite the balt.
Promotes a luxuriant growth .
Klever pails to Restore c
'Hair to its Youthfpl folvlo.
C'uxes seiap diseases It ha thr llfn


BOARDING.

MRS. L. STONE,
O0r. Buena Vista Avenue and
Drake Street,
Is Pieplare,' to Enteitain

Replar anf Traliet aesis
With Plesant Rooms
and Good Board at
RE &GONABLE RATES,


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CRO ANTO, FLAV


We have just received on Boat----
i, it I, in i'ickle-Fine Quality at 8c per lb.
lh I. :f-t l;.: I .--. Suni, South" and "Pheasant" brands at lle per lb.
\Viit,: ll. at 7e i.er lb.

APPLES AND ORANCES-
Mixed Picklees at 10c.
Butter from 25c to 32c per lb. Also
A New Lot of CHILDREN'S SHOES. Call and See them. ,
Also, Essence of Peppermint at 8c per bottle.

CASTORIA and HOOD'S PILLS.

Besides the above, latest arrivals, we have on hand a good stock of

General Merchandise aid Family Groceries.
.~~~- __ _ __ _ __ _

RACKET STORE!


Corner of Upa w EGa l min Avenues on Bay Front.

Glassware. Tinware and Notions!
What you can'l find' at any other Store, come to the R A C K E T,

S TO R E and g .

BrarzA P.e azee es. o*-
1. GODARD, P',,i,i...r. *"


THE POPULAR



PESACOLA, Fla. Opposite waiting om ofUnio' iDp)it,
Isthe Piace for Passengers Coing to and from

ST. ANDREWSBAY. *

Rooms Comfortable! Terms Reasonable!











Captain, JAs. E.CLARK
... -: -- -- ** :.- "- =



255 Tons Burden. Passenger Capacity 50

A-SS]iGKE]i E1ATTEaS:

Mobile to Andrews Bay and 5 00 St Andrews Bay to Apalachicola.. 2 50
Apalaehicola.......... 7 00 Carrabelle. .... 3 0
Carrabelle ............ 8 00 Apalachicola to Carrabelle....... 71

EAST BO JND. WEST BOUND.
LEAVE. ARRIVE.
5th, 15th and 25th at 7 p.mn..........Mobile......... 12th, 22d and 2d a. m.
7t1. 17th andi 27th pi.m .. St A ndri-'IQ i .....? .11th, 21st and 1st a. n.
( .....(romanton.......
8ti, 18th aud 281l h a.m... ........" p l -.. ...... 11th, 2l0 t nil lit p. hi.
AlI \J.\ E I.L .
' u __1"' --- . i i./. .. .. i,.)not aih .itf,. noon

(,Connets Lat A p 'lieola with steamers up ('li.it.,i,ooc'li.': River. At
Carrabolle with .. T. &; G. railroad for Tallahassee.
For further information, freight rates and special rates for large parties
Addre(s, CAP"T. I'AS. CLAiJI, Il,

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fiirpnrf~t1 by a Wnmafl. _Coats That Lust a Co'i't iiy. 3


doo ,A Lively Streak of I!ouSe. ..... .L ...- -a To yYur -r
evof t r .....s .e e. cold no slp.er great discovery discovered c o twea urest sil and
aid thereow wr oly two mice wil a e, and that recovery by a urchlady ing ot us % e from $100 to 2 a .
wthching a pfr Consumpt"Disease fastened its clutch- to .jhn Ching ,n it th, i






wc hnhursdgy. BeC. 31, 189 Tey were very active, curious little covdnhh, centuries of e. perimnwt 1.
Animals and. Instead int.a o thes upon her and for sev en Her nuse se* tLem t o. ot u is th e c
micedoor of the1 '4 ,, ',PIn A. out withstood its severest tosts, but he i-eg. sh--p qi.s bh' I 1 '. .
W. r proper of cl r vital oraoL s u,'o ue .:, Thuir write d. cie: r N'thr:. d i n- 'I..- I
O R ut at al orl. o a;. l ri di. death see.el at a t -, Fs 1ire1 oI .
became iN .c., I u rwtilths shW . ir 11; kq'; .- -.. * I
gar, ed around th t could not sl p. Sit as finally discovered n- in- t! .- r t silr and -
rauad ...... ther He wvre only t wo omice. While a way to recovery by purchasing of us n.here from ~1 to .0 s '
n others thought there were at least a bottle of Dr. Kinos New Discovery As a ialt.ion t .e Chin I'
l I ie, foapr Consumption, and was so much re-
husdia D e.VT. hey were very active, curious little I,ieved on taking the first dose, that she wieairng clothing of any ot, co
l'ilursthay', Dec. B 2i, 1899. three. chi
B r. ..k rs,^-!^ 10 I;^-'; .,, animals and. Instead of being of the slept all ni ght and with two bottleshas centu ries o e Ial 't e olo p, I '





ST...8 A N R E V s proper mouse color, were o black and been Labiouthelity ur. h -et wnat-'. ki, the"I twil,,- ht to teIlp
whSte, T Al e 1r ) R E M rs. nuth ," Lu .." Thus wrioe Wve. therr nithr l t h._. I..',t
white ia.in er; d In large obltchs like C Harni, 'k & i Co, of Shainy, N. C. Lh. \frai i. ( .;I. ..tI '.-
PRICES CURRENT T 1. olsteln cattleor old fa,H:i.oiel swing e. Trial o ttle, free at. a Ty',-, ri '.-,.,, r. ., t0 thh ot ,' i-.,f
p G. R O EIE IiE NS oTh e h o le s in to in d o u t o f \ i t e nl a r Pe s ca in d ,r ol e y ,it le l i i th e olsh i t .-i :, 1--,
i. 1 Tea, .' l ran were close t ogetd hidr. and they chias- uai c, t e ucd. w th. T h si a ...,l -r v h ,n u h.; I' i ,
Graistlat6 ......6 He No) ........5 ed around so swiftly that it pos !-]M t i l.
on ea.p?1 ..l.. 1 uv,,a:c. r -o I 41 ssille too count the., for ns,:,i ,tiflcr S l nd ll I. - f h, I, i Il.t'.d. I i.
Lota t l oUndi...e'd Jap 410.-6 there was a mouse at each bole it nd Mrs. nll~tc- I fs thll who h'ait ,n ,.i : ,, r,
CEi ....e e Cotid m.il, l n sometimes one outside and thie others ibFIlnt fIwyr o. lV tho nl tdea l t-, ea i for i 'T.hl ue c.l f i,, .t
.,12' ,o 20 ii wc etiUlfl InsideU1 and souletines it appeared as If.', s.
A ris ue kre, tb 5 Sw etened ... .. c tre wl2 t ust one long n oua.:e In a hoime on the itt i ', F i day -C l it; ih.' it h v ,. .r .




el 311e j.p 25 Ba ilng powder crc0le reolving onl ft po wof ithe oa e s e aio ds at. Anol ivwa Ilso., enly ed n itis n to loit :,a l aSt l i, 1. ti- '





nH DWARE1 scoent littleba and wuie, ol only a allr o prI, teat es gothe aton 14 r :

eedo 1, a- i m in retAe lst cotarived on Fromaerigcht a A.. ds in -I ro u o .
riackl rs, L ,da l90 4hlcy 14......... 51, and tails at irutnrval r.
oheino plug9.... a.6 Fampnell ......140 The mad rate wa tept up for son e that ,eoem like hobmie andt ex ectur t, ce h 's.s A.'t Io f ..'I, l .r







Mulin D .'" alir eimie'i fruilre tiee, i m atyI ,. .a ,tr t u it the l tn ,e i.-'r u a.-
Lo nOers.b-15 l'e sei .... ime. an] fl lly all the muiae ldisap- i'eI Ieiai he site. e iiece. I.fio the .r tM, ,a- h -I .wn
,rl -ici.. e.Sp.. ............. i ear d a i y m a gic. O ne .o r the sn. H a ig h t, W h O i na a d e m a n y w\ t rni t mo b.er a r ,t ,, l.,t',' i,
tic A .7 5 Ba s A pr ........ I taters w ent into the store and aside h, : t i.. t I,. ,
Sr....-... ..e amI ca n pr ...... e1.5 bow many ent.iu ihvre i were In the fi d d umin, her sBu ica n heire-', th.. ,
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Ea\\ .in' . .1.t2 L1ine ........... 'Hasi th tme them. a-i w coiauins Lperi years algo, came ob:ie with erad o id t o d .
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/ n. he^ll. per u000 1445 ,win dl e.. 75 lun sur' e c l ol h ov e as The AVV 111% R. Te ta aln n h,.,,l:
i neg-r. .......3 Corned Beef.\. '5 SII-t. 0 1 ,. V .
I ,se ... 5 25 credulity on the countenanb Of the a te c ..I etT i't T .. I .
Buter.... 5-30 Lobster ....... 20 caller, raisovd th l top of the cage and and wife, aell ina Ills., arriv andd etel o ,t e oi v fre : .:.
S Lard" .. 8-10 Spam.ii........15 showed one little black and white on the Nettie, Fitriday night, arise. I e relates the story i, r .
Teans ........... 4 C:tnned Vegutaih. mouse n,-a liug on a piece of cotton ea hed for t wi. rint twie atd -i. -. "e n t
Coean.t pkg.... It Baked Beans ... 10 a cornen.-Portand Oregonian. established for the winter itn the w Aeint to the oiel, a,.S i ,-,. 1 1
FiJ nsi line... 10 Corn .l... 10@15 TisMisther o st in?' s a
j Pl 2 .." "'Yes.' saida the .man w: o "_ '-:
elly, MI S AEs1 diif-0s- Peas ........... 10 Xtau! Xmas! Mr. and M-s. Ri. F. Briackin came cap. 'VWil yez -1' in?'
GTAeoJuicer.cap. 'Wl 'u pk in ......12
Ss. per d. 1 5 yto ear R. F. Brae in & Son home from obie last Thursday, "So I step into te cI:'.l u iii
PROS oNS. have the confidence to display an i- com ing via. Pensacola and from there a suddint Ihe Puls the Fi, -. i,
V-ou O rh vt125ecniea. n the truth I'ze l1h. yez-t'. rf o ,4
Am'ISwn ..2. .S prlb ..... 7 mense stock. e for od on the schooner Lucy H. They r the i began r t
a jestici ... 2.75 Bacon Sides.. I... o l the cellai.iIN
corna'eal r bu60-70 Fresh 1........ 8al0 folks, votng people and children. Port .a verc preaant soer, a i1n M- the cellar.
oat Meal pr lb ..O. 5 rk B'ide con. IaI bile, and well they may do so; for tile c ilI-
aCorn peri u .... 550 -6 am canvassedl2 Yon have pets. Brains is San editor of the Bay can was left below there' --
POtatoes Should. ers. 10 Caus headquarters. See to it that the latch-string of that hospitable ...ays the sojer canp n .: "., ,..
arl it's, seed 1.20 Corned......... 8 lie remembers them. city is always on the onside to t o. T i- ri-.'l dn,
Sw vet. ... 60@75 Fresh. .....a.. t10 .* .
.li ,pr sack... p 85 Driedp... ......25 The M2oonb .ILmisphiere. Andrews people and if there is a "'Come down, is it?' say, I. -A\.I
&RD --- peuw eT oub le ca nshYo w, M teyr It Isbl l on 1 that all, but ae .'1
I o wirDOe HdARE. scientists. MM. Lowye and Puiseux, as need no persuading to extend it. "aloon,* that t-yez go -tuin
oils, per h3a4,fi4 Ax,with handle.. 75 to the i ossi leh ree ee d a ersuaon of the ewl ls i.eRa EI











Sb dHal Hoesrh eurc. S t to the o- i jl-presence of Som e gas-, An Avid ta t the walls
alv wire dope..l. Hoesopeach, .... 35a50 eous e in'veltpe Q tl t onion's surface A. Ryder and wile of Marengo, still, and he opened the door. :eI. i
Mani,1 a rope ... 9a120opper paint, can 45 re of ve this ante
e pe o Sined, are of ry gencal in terest. After lls arrived on Friday eight, last, I was id thereof just over i !
tv erop cooink, 1 oil, tow at giving reason.ts for concluding that the And, bego*'a, that's what .\
ie, fprce ot 15 S ormidable volacaic er upt onsr of which via. Chipley and Bayhad and wil from going up to the hevins
Prints, per yd.. 5a8 Checks ....... 5a5'y the moon i.as been the theater belong remain here for the winter and will --Irish Independent.
meetings ... 5a Flannel ....... 15a40 to a recent time in the history of or occupy the 11. Wa rsidence at iss Annie E. Gnnng, ,:
Muslin ....... al Thread per spool. 5. satellite, they point out that these erup- se
leans... 15a45 Shoesladies. 75 tons mst have set t liberty great the oot o I)rak street, i says, 1 suffered along tie f: i-
..tr.p.nt .or i siha lost fl sl and became I
xtraantspat 2 a5 Men's. $1 40a3n00 quantities of gas or vapos, while the with Mr. Rector and family. Krid. .. ";, C' ..p 1, -r ,
reHalsy apr la aL OaN ....... diffusion of cinders on the lunar sur- Wn. BSmith, chief lers k s f the I I i T i i 'i
Fi.Jy e.wE..E&al.O5 Oats pr 13....0 face great distances infers a gaseous fi o y t hu e R.g-. i tht, I, liv.I .er I, a i '. --
b i ac . . . . 1 .2 5 B r i c k p r M . . 1 3 .0 0 ehr e ( t epe t y i c a f, , e k i, 0 E ly t fa
Rop e tiea d7@ 9 Limed pr h l ... 7. enveloPie of a certain n density.r nir e d awteer .T
FRUIT andNrlt S NI as the time. they ask, which has and D. yowlay d, pa h ale or kin- -r at I i- 1:. i.. iOI .F . d,,
iOranges pr doz. Pecans pr lb1.15 elapsed since the great eruptions suf- ,
Apples ........ 12 Walnuts..... 20 ficed to bring about the total disap- decorator, and wife, h alsto t o,I C Ie :, -. . E....L
eon......... 25 Almonds ........15 pearance of this gaseous envelope? friends of nJ. D. Coffman, a c,, in % .. Sl:i:E t l
h oe a le DOY S I'sItIS Considering that the already solidified arday night via. ( rhi cye m amid -: Bu- .v u ... t ..
shell prli,00 1.50 Opened pr qt... 15c lunar surface could only have absorb- a dby n iht v-a.- Chp,% BL' k :a3
LIVE STOCK. ed the gases slowly and with difficulty, head and are occupying i havt:ie k -. E. ncydet .. lt,:i hMl a ii|i
H rises... $30 00 Cows ..... .. $15a $25 they conclude that.from their exam!- on Lorai.e avenue bnoetha1b il t ul the bi .k- i', a :' iii.,- i
'I,,k .. f ir oke r$30I Hogs ....... $3to$4 nation of tile lunar surface there are h1 E:1 .1-, ., i, n
.. l e. ,s pr yoke $30 Sheep...... .....$2 serious grounds for believing that h ot-
aick -,-e. :.:, each. 45a50 there u exists I t Ch e present tim e a R L r. Selden, of L -nme I 't-ha ., at ILI :- tI v it ,-|-" ,
.' - I a... r e g o fo ap cto ....... 2rof wh ic 1 B' resie of htmorere ofs which, the de- his son, El n.-,t, L. Selde in f. I .. l %i "
T e., -:r m B e It idnilBc u tties, m a y y e t i e a i z cd e.e y c. th a, s i l "r t. -, ti-it- -i. '.. i.. ,
illet pr doi 25c M bullet pr hi,1 4.50 seyel I] ,'ear a and l s. ,'., iil.- r. ,. -
T fl1 o l.lo, "25 Tp- I 6 rout ........ 4.50 W hel Jay Gould W restled. 1:2 St. eee nmae s a gh a nd rea ielr of tr ,' -apen t-I- reeia ;I i, B' a't
l",i pat., pi- Ilbn.1. 6 Pompano -... 0. John 8'.0 i ',,, ., thie writer. was in -hp
Sim u, n-..... 10 Mackeral .... 8.00 his boyhood d(ays a schoolmate of Jay turned for a six o' eight i ih~ ..... I-'.LaU \\:as, I r: ni. n- -,.d I
171F l i' g, C e i l i n g G o u l d T o T h e o d o r e D r e i s e r w h o t e l l s jIur n a n d a re a t p -e s e n t il ,l Ir i ,g ,t i r k e- ln a t a s hl i- win i a i t-h
Il f "i. s...$14.00 Heart, .-$1400 e sto' ill The New Voice. Mr. Bur- the Ware Hene, but laler ill wn the ti'alins came toget ." -
F utce "' ... 1 2 .00 F ace .. ] 2 .0 0 h ga xe th is a n ecd o te o f G o u ld : ai C l
Si p ... 10,00 Sap ... 10.00 H`e was shrewd. but not a bad fel- move to Harrison. They calme f Main e Central.
Drop siding, Clapioards, 0ow at all. I reenienhcr that onee we Pensacola ,n the Lucy tI. r 1 x' 'F:, i: ,i. i-i.I,.;H -\Nlit
Ifeartface 'V itt 14.00 }Y6x(i in. 'f i. ..$12.00 had a \vrITcldiha niatch. As w e w ere PenHsNco f ,ar .-- .t I-- rt'he i- .-c 1-
S,,,, '' 10.00 Finishing lure- rboI0 t cvcnn t strength. we agreed to t IOUejli U ., ,,, r ,tmi ,- cr,;-,,t
l l'hu i her . l8@ 12 lher, d . $12@(& 5 00 at h hi by u erta tn rules, tw ak ing w hat G o, t .
H e -r 1 N h ng l e m "2 5 0 L a t h V m . 2 0 0 ,1e ()l hr d u c m t I n t h e b e g i n n i n g a n d Ir1. n. i t , ,. .. t ,i 1 , -_ I ,i -
"ress Boat lumber, ot rn.2t-i;.a t het until one or the WITH A LAME BACK? i ti-nltt. -'h, 'Ilkr-i' 'i L
dressed. .... $20 ith r- wa* t x.wn. I kept to this inin._t.if." t-- ,;m. I -, ..." ai,.I-
. .he u-c\ bIg-;lt wrestling. but when Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. .... I i la -,,J ,. -- t, ,-
I-jo-wv's T his ? -.y r-eahiztd Itiat iLo \-as in danger of "-l',i,,N i',,.,. i, '.i . .' ,'-



















S far'mer o-ot ,Ii-.-,,-r:m _,'1 bemau.,e Le "dealers, sample bottlo sent free by mail, also a book E.. .. iafO 19a


didn-I't get i-. I the --i nd a: . - ___ telling more about Swamp-Root and how to -i *.it l':'.-I PL l
there n a nort of iA NOT find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. [ i.
there wv v t hor gage of in ou his SJi. .. -; '. :;--..-.:i r, 7nad thir.n' ,h-'-r'rc-u3 , h,
S...... "n i-if l i i* 1'.1, !.L lli L i' ill iC t:0i a I I. I I
,..r in thi., P.r r anJ ', ,"'.
make one more elfort nnd sowed [By Deputv. )r. K; .._.:.r:_.-- -. ,,f I!...
a-crL.s in eat. It 1:: .....1 to be a r 1 e iamton, N. Y. The -- A ,,. ,,:" ra i ,. .. il I, n,,, .... ,_
..-. --I,,':" i- n:' for whicat a'1d thet .ta.d County Jul .'s Court W.>hiintn, Co egu.ar fifty cent and Homeof Swamp-Root. T -,,. .,l in.i '... .t u- .I i ;,, i I
Jll. D. well, plaintiff vs. Jno. D. Ste- dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists. P, s.-,, 1 I: ,, t-.. ..,. 1i ,- ...,, ,,
wasn't worth harv(..- il he ...i' !I u phens, defendant. E. E ,-. ,. iu m. i, -t. -, 4, ., t..
lhis u. .,1. ,d ; ., -.,. ,J L.auc. to Mis- By virtue of an execution issued by the
sinllil. leaving the ftuam to lgatu the County Judge's Court of Washington S r & Son -' i li I "i -
mortgage all by itself. The farli W ,. County, Florida, I have levied upon the utn h -- 1 nG .-S
in]imtl to tl)he occasion. following property belonging to the above IT arT Ainm iT t t '.,,"i-..,,.1 i-
The wheat ripened, fell down and de- named defendant, John D. Stephens, and lU|,\ I t .ii.h I" t.. ... i-..... ii .,'
posited ithe seed in the soll again. Next will sell the same to the highest bidder i-,l I. I,,iUuit i tl..ut .-1.. I- i..
spring te whet began to grow lustily for cash, the land to be sold at the front C bR biN, iri.:. Uil. i .'-u.t ... -i.
Someof the neighbors werft honest door of the court house in Vernon, and --- a,,,h t l ;,_'i ,,i ,.-,l-...4t..r ,. ,'
enough to write about it down to the the ersnaltprope rtin atmyndesid enceBay, MANUFACTURERS t ,. T, I ....... ...1! ,.
fugitive in Missouri, and he got Inter- Washington Gounty, Fla., between the fn,,L ,1 .xl.,1f 1,iN i ,.. :".ti.
ested enough to come back and take a hours of 11 o'clock a. m. and 2 o'cock p. I\ll \.I,i ,I I 'I I .i ll t 1..: -i., :l- i
look. Then be stopped and harvested m. on the first Monday, the same being SL UU J s
his voluntary crop. He sold It for the 1st day of January, A. D., 1900, to-wit: B l linitL ti;,: r.l uI. ,
enough to pay off the mortgage and the Onie two-h'rse Studebaker wagon; One l. i. "
rest of his debts and had a tidy little fishing seine about 250 yards long, and ,' b-,.uk r . 1.. I' l ..
surplus over, with which he moved his all of the following described lands in I-. N It. L.y
family back and now declares there is excess of homestead exemptions: One N .\, ,.,:..
no state like Nebraska.-Lincoln (Neb.) acre of lot 1, south of Bay, in the n/ f
see. 4, tp 34, r. I w; lot 21 sec. 5, ip r.
journal. ^14w, continuing 38 acres; lot 2 ia sec. 6, .. - -
"Exporienco is the best teacher." Ev- tp 3s, r. 14w, containing 21 acaes, and
133 acres in the seY4 of sec. 8, tp 3s, r.
ety testimonial in favor of Hood's Sarsa- 14w, the land to he sold amounting to 33
parillI is the voice of experience to you, acres, to satisfy a judgment of $81.60 and 'i i
tnd you may take ihis medicine with per- costs and accruing costs in favor of the .
feet confidence that it will do for you said plaintiff, J. D.Howell. Puachaser to .--- '
what it has done for others, pay for deed. re.-s .,rOi.-ir i.. i .
And it is ordered that this notice be A N D
Hood's Pills cure billiousness, sick published for four successive weeks prior idi a i t I"r' I.: ."'
headache. to said day of sale in the St. Andrews Bul 111i IMaterii L .ra vi-... '- IS..
Bnoy, a newspaper published in Wash- t ir.dow and Fancy Glass a i.. u., 1
S' To PATENT Good Idean ington County, Fla. D.D.MELVIN, .A -1 1 i,,I
may beseuredby County Judge. Specialty. in '- A t.
ouraid. Address, C.G. ALLEN. Sherif, ESTIMATES CIIEERF LLY
THE PATENT RECORDo, By C.I. DA.NFORD,Doputy, GIVEN
Baltimore, Md. Dated, Nov. 28, 189J' ("".VEcN GIVEu, N..
BubsuciJJuBB 1o Tiin. Patent Record $1.00 per anaum. -- ,


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itEast Iary t)ash Store'l
ri.-i the.-c lakes cf dendrt:' in
This: it prevents their formation. 1 pK R F L
It has still other properties:
Sit will restore color to gray hair
in just ten times out of every Our Stock is Complete, Our Prices the Lowest
ten cases.
And it does even more: it OXTJR C00OODS ARE TIThE BEST!
feeds and nourishes the roots 'fiB"T'lie Trading Public is assured that .ve will ot be nndrsold.,,,
**t, of the hair. Thin hair becomes
Sthick hair; and short hair be- The Highest Market Price Paid for Country Produce!
comes long hair.
We have a book on the Hair
and Scalp. It is yours, for the | -
SIf you do not obtain all the benefits t -f'
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The 1miuion.
"What beautiful peaches!" said an
old lady as she stopped at a stall in the




t r j i 'l ,' ... m tl.. I 1, 1l ;.: i l I -i l t l ,, 3" ,
market and admirfd a basket of the.. 1.
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"ii i. l "-n . B wit ts weal illustrations, its s.:,.. Lries of adctI e an
i.. .. i- ii.. : -ii iii 'love, its criptions f trav which carry c to te remotest
!Tim' :- :1 I I, i i i ends of the earth, and its ist tie artics i '' an lJ-thee
1 ,, in1 -- -r in t- -h 4n n;A -


I.. ns she sinto lin:d ot str ll n tr.r





iJ t..i in. :, I --r. rmi rnii, are the first r-q'Llisites .for our own en oymcnt and the entCrtainment '
t l' l-t r '" ') .1" i' [ l1 1 1 1 i- U 1 -7 *' l.


ow I ri' -l. I \\, rx6 1s-- it iyi-Ilf. i l -r afT1 -. U n.uw i -c. r-'-qui 1i.
! i'll, lrui r -.... I .... a ':, -,,.-i IS it li To secure for you the best and
trji p .i,-' v. li" i:.1 u,'ulI think I'd
!r,, -s e e in' i.f \vtih."- is don treated nia1arines at the lowest poi:
Fun. editor of this journal. That we ha
So.me <1.er T.:sips. to judge. A special contract recei
[i- iti e t. lfin.-r's ri he li open iron politan, which seeks to become bett
w ,in ,r ii' tif I ,-1..-i Iil',i. .si, i,; steady enabled us tooffer you a year's sub
jhi- --'' n :u1'-,-, xwird, tIe niu fro 1'ini-1*
his fa-e ritt, a kinn.- I hand anrI ted treated magazines together with a
Uatn tir-imhthin evye in thb windows of
tih d'nin- room. Ile was vr';' drunk.
is s face [,a le anin hnlryv. The thin
rain had aial-ei.-d his raIu Inside thie
dinlu; r1'oO.i well g ni-i', Li]<,d nli.,U a l A
si.i. V iu,. min sa: in a (l.iry of tiut.-d In this way you secure your
lihis.. in a ro-nUn bt-autiful v.1111 table magazine at a price that is only a
,thi.,"-rz. shinin.- with .ilvrir and cui illustrated magazines sell for.' For
-lai.i. '-ir ri '.-itih eriini,,u wnlls. damn- undisputedly claimed that it reached
ask curmt is., plush carpets. They lift- any periodical, daily, weekly or m
ed delicate food to solemn faces. They Cosmopolitan which sent Julian H:
smiled formally. The dripping observ- know the real horrors of famine a
er kept his watery eye on them. "Well," itan which established at its own
he ;aid, In at voice of generous pity,
"Shupose they'-re enjoy'vi'selves in University which now has over 20
thr-own way."-New York Commercial The Cosmopolitan which offered a
Advertiser.' less carriage and prizes for best plan
ment of sewer and pipe systems fo
A severe sammairy. which set the presidents of great
"It's wondri-ful." said the man with discussing' the defects of existing
the solemn air of erudition, "what a Cosmopolitan whose enterprises is a
difference a slight matter will make in world's civilization.
the world's estimate of a man."
"it isn't so in literature." was the an- We have also succeeded in ar
swer. A man must have merit connection with this journal and '
there"- After placingon vour book-tab
"'Not necessnrily. If he gets his spell- After placingon yourbookte
,ni wrong-that's pnlin ignorance. But in connection With your home r
.r lhe get.i his facts nid l ogic :ill twist- thing in a household--for ever
-' that's originality." Washington keeping of accounts. The only 1
i aar. in Bookkeeping is the "Ellis." I
but with it, neatly put up in a bo
One of th svrst punishment a ledger, bill-heads, statements, bar
r. fractory soldier can t- xperiteie is to( Ceivable, checks, remitting book
b,- "nailed down" in a tent. It is said beginning and carrying on the :
that a Turkish bath is a frigid affair llt1:1:lfictorv or the store. More
- -m- -ic-i ,-' j .-. ,.ri,.'..i- .l,'-.,i,- i' not L-: cp their ;aco:.ri, t ,:t-
rt-nt uni..r ,1 ii -1:11. aril i rtter :- n FA &ln s andJ lilLCliLiC,, ht !';.il
i,,ur or two of that sort of sweating signal men, young and old, rich a
tle inost rebellious soldier will readily accounting. By the "Elis Syst
Sto e good. home study.
A Cinch. The cheapest price at which -
Wealthy families in China who havl from Michigan unpaid), but The
n.arriageabie daughterss whoni they de- thousands of sets so that it may
-.re to keep at home advertise for de. with this paper and The Cosmop
siralble sons-in-law. The son-in-law
thus secured does not take his bride l
away, but merely hangs up his trapt In p
In his wife's home and becomes one of All UTogether
the family.
One other opportunity we of
E t Bwith metropolitan life, through
Thrice-a-Week World of New
is a marvellous fund of knowled
day. Each issue contains six to
over eight thousand columns of
Dyspepsia Cure days this would have cost you p
ysIpepsia ure by itself. Now you can have it,
Digests what you eat. home paper and The Cosmopolil

Itartilficiallydigeststhe:foodandaids T
Nature in strengthening and recon- I i I
t ructing the exhausted digestive or- IT h Urell51l
gans. It is the latest discovered digest-
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in-
-t antly relieves and permanently cures Rusiaan ixtravagance. i
DYs'pepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, The wealthy Russians are said to be i I
liaiulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, extremely profitable to hotel and shop'
:3!JkHeadache,Gastralgia,Cramps,and keepers in the lands in which they are
i; i.t terresultsofimperfectdigestion. traveling. A Swiss attthority insists
Prepared by E. C. DeWitt & Co., Cblcagc. that 200 Russians will spend more in a
tn-d solil by R. F. Brackin & Son. Si, An- mouth than I,00,I English men and
iiws, Fla, women for the same period of time.


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most int.-edinc of tie gretlllu- ';., I, -,
.ible price has been the aim of, the'
ave suc::eddJ we leave our readers
ntly entered into with The Cosmo-
er known in this neighborhood, has
description to the greatest of the "lius-
year's subscription to this journal

fearforOnly$ 1.88! .

own home paper and an illustrated
about a fourth of what some of the
three years The Cosmopolitan has
d the largest clientele possessed by
monthly, in the world. It -was The
awthorne to India to let the world
ndi plague. It was The Cosmopol.
cost a great Free Correspondence
,OC000 students on its rolls. It was
pi ize of $3,000 for the best horse-
s for public baths, a-nd best arrange-
r cities. It was The Cosmopolitan
schools and universities seriously
edica"Itional systems. It is Thd
la',v:'.s ia the lead in advancing the

r-an fr two saiitional offers in
The ,J .,-O .....
ic titi ,c i ut < l,; o 1i ,.m., ,lt: e:ed m .ig, n :'., s
aperr, probably thie ti-L iml o01taun
Y hiouscoi.d, in fctL-is tuc piopjr
thorouhii s)stLi of Sif-Lti'tructio0l
It is not orily a colmp:l.t iC iilt: cr,
x, go sales-boot:, cash-book, journal,
ik-book, bills payable aiid Lilis re-
and every conceivable a pii: ic; fur"
business of tile fa o, the sholu. t:12
p people fail il b)sL-vss because th:l-V
d .ii t i i.!t i., .i ', -,_t :1. CA L.u .


idi .1n i \\ i^ / ...l.' l'-- '1 ,,'L. I "-'t --
nd poor, all need s.,'C kLi. i-c of
em" this is easily .1,:qiiirCLI tih-,itughi

this is sold at retail is $1.75 (epiress
Cosmopolitan has 1I i cii.t-., nm.iny
f offei them if take in connection
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11T >-.r *: r.- i -Y i-T
it--I *t .- h:otel of th'" :!- 1,it
owed its p[*I i .ptrr i i-.-rly -to the f.i t
that there was no "'pl..ce" to sp-.j- of
thereabouts.
"What do you call 'spooks,' younn-
man?" asked the major in a lh..ii.rly
way.
"A spool," drawled the doctor of Ithe
party, "may be defined as ajinmh;> .:i
at the bottom of a la;'e.'ni g that
never h l.pioened."
"That's funny enough," said the ma-
jor, "and, of course, it lets me oun. I
don't believe in the existence of anuy-'
thing at the bottom of nothing."
"I thought not." said number one.
"You don't look like a naturally ti.ubil
man. Of course, I know that r. tirtuall;:.
timid people often make the 't-_st s:,l-
diers"-
"A-dl what has timidity to do with
it?" said the inmjor.
"Well, it's generally these nervous,
t r-,r i ; .,;' Il'...l w hl |.'e:-'i.la !: tl:.. ij-
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"*;o ,.. iLajou,-" was the general
il..- il s.
.luit ?en-.i "N,',I r irn I tLe .swe rring," said the
yLi."; ',\'.-. i in hilue aerge.
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**' .. ;,',- IIl tell us. won't you?"
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.' y .... l._ A. As .v il all know,
1 ril. a \...-i t iv'w on all occasions
.I .u a \ .wi. !l is lpossbii.le. Time was
S!.,a Il l.,.:eI do7wIn upon bieycles-
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S*.J- '. l ti ih blathI i ;i ,1 i keeps it in the
'.' N*- 'inrl. ;t, Ian. th,' d,.' ptlI tii pl',w ing is regulated
,, ,. y l'in th_.A h'ar l \ -. or girl of ten
S ' h" l ndl. it wn it |_ '.rf,.':r ease. It has a
S' t- ; t':-l wh,.-.l, Lth.' ,i lt t*f which makes
i t.. |, i ..- t of idr:l't. It li.t- five blades; 1 is
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IS' I,.it., .1 a b5ll-t..: .u,:, cr ake. W rench'
"K??^1' \\ \tl each pl,.ir. "
S. hav,- tia.le arrangements by
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$4.401. But the BUOY proposes to do better than this and will send the Buov
one v ear and furnish one of these plows complete at the factory for $4.50
She plow ay b .seen in operation at the BUoY Farm at an'y time.
Order from the BUOY, direct


.1': ..t :" !. i h I l.- l U e L. :. C iL iJa
occ:r on the way.
"New. about that fo.: tro.t of C'rut->
keen's-he was an Irish hlM'rs v.-irh n3
Irish name-there wias a c.rtiQ inldi-.
vidality which I learm.t I1y ear aft. r
a few months, just an yu h] luhru t.',
know a familiar tunn.. If I h.'a l it
CirTiskeen to any of you. t'.Or iu.2a -,-..
and you were bringing home a party
of horseback riders, I could instantly
have distinguished Cruiskeen's trot
among all the others. Now I want
you to pay particular attention to that
point.
VWoll, one day-I was out west then
-I was riding Cruiskeen along a bit
of freshly made macadamized road.
just as good and hard a bit of road as
that I superintended myself. It was
about 10 o'clock in the morning, and
the sun was terribly hot.
"Just as I got to a clump of young
larches that haa been planted along
the road about two years before I
heard a horse coming along the road-
coming toward me. Cruiskeen had
been at a walk, but when I heard the
hoof beat of the other horse I spurred
up, just out of curiosity, for there were
few people about there who owned
horses, and I knew all of them.
"So here was Cruiskeen trotting on
toward the north, we'll say, and 1.-:i
other horse was cantering easily from
the north, southward. I ought to have
met the man on horseback in about a
minute.
"But as we turned the orner by the
clui ii ,1uf lar-:h- I \iwas Vl'er much si't'-
pri ,.--d to sI I--I'.thliLig.
"Tljt-ru wasn't a sl-'n of Iinna or I'e0.n.t
aiiywhL-re on that road.
"At theL- .Luc tlr ul. the easy catit,'r
turnt-' into a trot."
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"Dotror," snid tlie nmi-r sally. "did w.,-Aj,
you hear me siY I c<.>ull s',..ar tI In!. ; .1
(I'ulinikee I.'s trot any\iLvlte., or e viVe V I..
you asleep when I said that? .Au I was drawing
the canter also the echo of Cruiskeen's hit _it t
trot? nil' .ri.-
"Well, let me finish. While I was whVy did
wondering at the strangeness of the (.y,.'
thing, knowing that there was no other rnir,:a:h
road where a horse's trot would sound was a, a
like that within leagues, Cruiskeen Dr-.rCura
suddenly shied to one side of the i.alil,
and shied so violently as to throw me
clear out of the saddle. _trnte
"Luckily I was not seriously hurt, death b
only a little bruised. And Cruiskeen, is sinId,
being a good, affectionate beast, woubt has fall,
not gallop away and leave me. He ronudni.1
wanted to, poor fellow. He was look- for .-,t
ing away along the road in the direc- ru..-, th.
tion he had come from, neighing vio- ed of it
lently, with his eyes staring. I never comphrul
saw a quadruped such a picture of gas in c
fright In all my life. fish, dep
"As soon as I could get my senses to- respirati
gether I could distinctly hear the in' wouhtl it"
visible horse trotting away. It had A ,bl
passed on, and the hoof beats were get- petul" SL
ting fainter and fainter." ing 'a1lJ
"You see," said the yoqtngman Who fl'ri tile
had first started the conversation, 1)hr1e1 11r
"that was an Irish horse. Irish horses tlton uf
are like Irish humans-lImnaginative." what i0
"T'hat only accounts for Cruiskeen's Pir. wh
:ir'. AMr. P '.,'" snill the blue ti''. A
friin dr'
De Witt'sLittle Early Risers purify the rIit i 'ii
blood, clean toh liver, purlfr I is..t ,,. i.-
Farmous little pills for cun t .lipii ii 1 .''
liver troubles I. F, Brackin & smn. -;. i,


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Iio ml.re in' I.. .s salary. Posi-
Ian I rit. oilr references, anv
I.i, ti. i I[ s mainly office
iii..t.. .i t n..n Reference. En-
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REPUTATION SAVED.
(rnelu thot Beeame Indebted
o ran Irish sergeant.
tll a funny story in the army
liainl I'a tiln, the crack shot,"
orf a p-rt-t of late diners. "Ac-
the yarn, General Miles and
a.hiiin:t':n official once visited
:j in -t here the captain was
,di seat word that they
t.,-i -i: a little exhibition of
iil!l: happened to be quite
tih,. lbut he couldn't very
Irl presently appeared on
.I- i.i-.. range. He blazed
an Irish sergeant, who had
".. t. i.t as marker, waved
l. '1"::-i does that mean?'
l1di.tiuL.aished visitor. 'It
ii- Lul tiie whole target,' re-
!'", li:, l;,. He tried again,
..-,i slt. 'I don't know
ii,; iati,.v- with mel' he ex-
S'' ;' ii.rtiL: nation. 'I never
i '! i in iy life.'
inl ,Iut the distant figure
...,-u-ing, and the as-
m.:' r'i,,lauded. The sig-
1 i.e. Thereupon he
1,. .: ,, rounds, and each
4 1 lack the news
.-., t.." inner circle. It
S ir ,i ', .,,-rd, an unparal-
I 1 liiin.uished visitor
y O luS ia his Co,:.g'n[(UlA.

I t. u la|,I st ll b 'ltLin'z, ra't
*I I r .''in!' he said,
wr ,it th? lence made me
t t ith,-,so fiist two shots?'
.ii r.lin!' reili.-d the Irishman,
ce. Ti s diil the time ye
,i it all!' 'Didn't hit it at
'a tilL, in ni.n-zei.mut. 'Then
.11-i shigin! ill those bulls-
i..lh, '-r.' said the sergeant
l7. 'I I. i:w yor ripytation
.t Le.' "--N E' Orleand Times-
t.
ILi and Water.
it seelm., a Ithi: may suffer
* rowninig. When ia stream
ul I'swollh:u with water that
n pon and drained from sur-
Ili whico has been exposed
Sme previously to the sun's
- tater is warmed and depriv-
s over of holding a proper
. of oxygen. The vivifying
Co equ:-nce escapes, and the
ri d of the aids necessary for
io faint and die, as they
I' :?d in tepid water.
-e a man. requires a per-
Ul of oxygen n to his breath-
r'; up. A tish gets Its oxygen
ter, an mau from the atmos-
ir d him. Ruvei'rse the posi-
tll Ptio, and] the tish becomes
Sle'd druwoed In the open
le an is drowned In the wa-
ri taken ont of water dies
:. ni., I.-. ause the little blood
nz: ri 'n,,nti which comprise
I ol t:-rt k t,.ithi'r and of
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I C, t -:Til M. rt. I Thi i o.r' %I -or e '
Re riiv' t. ly ihit it w.a shlp.-id lil;e
t..- rlo '. I-i L.' a cr:tor Id crrui!.-r. Alt -
g..'.-L i'r 1 fj l.:LI L .:yIt ii n ai l-.':'e of a
lix. It was no t;oibl tf t tuke o.ff th.i
w.:ii :.r-: I d;d that in three fell
w ,. ,r,-' ': Iint \ hi-.n ,Il..l w ,.I<;>- out thl.?
jv.' >:.-.;" ';;i: 'itt ,ll y ni,d called in tie
c ow' d ,.,i si .-'> ti,..u t'lit e \'at a
gri'nldd Ii..rr!ns orf prnioste.. Stra.ige to
;.'. I ih_- -''d ti;. ,ii ly. and I have l.eeua
' r r -!'' ,' :, !. .-.,,i ;.E, re rn.,.,.l:l -4ng and
d ,:, it '-ill ,, r 0,jni ever iIhjei.. Oue
[p.- i o t' dli-,,ut,, "i.is the I ,':iriii of a
\\ :'t. v i .i Irl f t r. fan ily :jaid wasi
iii, I. I, ft ;'I ] l.i t uu th ie ri.-;jt. I
ia '. '.' -r.t .! a ..m ,*'.!r is-, by p'int-
i. ; iV. :*, \v'-I'tS. OD,.- O l ;.-ih S ]-.. I
got my fee all right, but before I take
another tonsorial job I'll gb, to driving
a trolley car."-New Orleans Times-
Democrat.
Do You Want to Make $300?
We want a local manager, lady or gen-
'!,,,ir in own town or county: no can-
.-i required. You can devote full or
-i ..- i rime; or evenings only, in connect.
,'.,, ith your regular vocation. 12C0 to
' iii "': i be made before Christmas and
i "ill require very little time. It. is not
.-. t ry to have had experience. Send
tirn.i, t3r full particulars. Address,
1 h.: B..11 Company, Delpartment B.
PhiladelDhia, Pa.


Queer Lot.
Sri' nager--I have heard.that you
honv. a good many queer people in this
tohn. '!.
';;::-en-As odd a lot as you'd find in
i x..n.'s travel., They are a queer set,
i:,,. v. hole of 'erm, outside my family.
A d:l iiy wife is almhnost as bad as the
ot! -. But then, you know, she wasn't.
ori, ii:,:lly of my family.-Boston Tran-

A peculiar clock of the time of
CLiar'' I was thl- lantern, or .,irielc-ge

up, with its wi Irl .- Xl..,nd.

Submarine volcanoes are constantly
being discovered, and are at times,
owing to their sudden appearance, a
great danger to navigation.

M. J. Sheer, Sedalia, Mo., saved his
child's life by One Minute Cough Cure.
Doctors had given her up to die with
croup. It is an infallible cure fur
coughs, colds,a la grippe, pneumonia.
bronchitis and throat and lung troubles'
?.. F. Brackin & Son.
Eread'For Horses.
A delivery wagon of one of the big
bread baking factories stopped in front
of an up town livery and boarding sta-
ble, and two men at once unloaded bar-
rels of bread and carried them into the
stable. The bread looked good and
was good. There were all sorts and
sizes of loaves in the barrels-"home-
made." "rye," "Vienna," "potato,"
"graham" and "cottage."
The curiosity of a man who saw the
bread being delivered to the stable was
aroused, and he ventured to ask the
proprietor of the stable what it meant.
"There's nothing remarkable about
It," said the proprietor with a laugh.
"I simply buy it for horse feed. We
grind the bread up and mix it with
other feed, and it makes first class food
for horses. It is stale bread and costs
us 40 cents a barrel, and there are 50
or 60 loaves to the barrel, so you see It
comes pretty cheap. Some of the bread
Is only a day old and is good enough
for any man to eat, but the bread fac-
tories cannot sell it. What you see here
are returned loaves from the grocer-
ies."-New York Journal.



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On retiring, and tomorrow your di-
gestive organs will be regulated and
you will 1 bright, active and ready
for any kind of work. This has
been the experience of others; it
will be yours. HOOD'S PILLS are
sold by all medicine dealers. 25-cts.


St. Anirews Poiltry Yards
G. W. SURBER, SR., Prop.,
ST. ANDREWS BAY, FLA.
-Breeder of Pure-


SHAVING A DEAD MAN.
A Job Thnat Oecrr.:ed nn Imprennl-
o i Ar.lltis Aboat n T.'.,'L-*.
"I h'iv ju<-t i.Ii:h -1 **a.-'an4 dea.i
n un." sail a lu.al airtrir. **TbL? j.',l .e_-
cprli.-Jd no about a \-'*.-I.i; and- "G'(o..]d
he-:i i*.!. '!" 'ji',:ul:atc a horrlfil fri-.n[,l.
"u liat d'y- nm.'-an?.". *Ilo-,'t be alrim-
el." r'lplied the arti;t rel-lly. "The
op,-rarin iwas ot ;is r,.pus- ie as you
htny inir-oine. In f::t, I -.rtorme'd it
with a tbru-ih. Yi:.in ~:e. a r-'trr iln faJ il
of my aciutailitari.-e have 3 large o:I
pairaniut of ihe head of the house. who
deparedl from this vale of tears some
time in the early eilhtClos. At the time
the portrlit was iiW:1., he wore a full
benard. whlihi was contrary to his usual
custom. nan, toh family, who r.irienmber
him bt. st with a siL-aoth ftar.,. have
be,.,a n.x;..,us ever sluce to g.-t off (bth,
whiLt-:rs. I was on;:- '_:cd to slave the
portrait, an, lh:ird tih,:is and aproi'ro:eh-
ing rent day |er-.sil:ided n-.' t atct.-Ipt
the -o:aminmis.-on. v.-hic:h, neo'd!'s. to sny,
was hibly aunti:ithe:ic to Uiy artistic
inatiunis.
"I lihd to depend entirely on the recol-
lectiou of tLe fatuily for 170y data, anid
I fouLrd. jto ay !lirinm. tt;t ioa,.n rmem-
r ta.I retained a different imtrprtssi'un
of the old g-ntlrtmu's ohin. Oet claiim-
e:l it was du ,lc.! d aut, tI.r iusistc-il
t'lti it w.s Ohi.o and cl-an cUt; a
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At Dr. Mitchell's Drug Store.
KA CalI I for fIvu-t C'In lvl.

A SECTIONAL MAP


Of St. Amn9re6w s
aurdIt ire
Bay Country.


%vI II cl Ifwe ena I'l 'l i I i IIIi.,h I in11 M ALP
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4'ttfifll- l 's. ITrata. i,' it s un,
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coil it~ 1Wfor
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..-.r !h 1 ti l- r.i ilod tbhe 1iuibln '
I' i. that v.iits -lid el'ately out of
t, ,at,-. :lr,.l, with the aid of' Its flns.
l ; -_ itis ul J.l !.ii- t tr'e s after the In- .
L. :irt iuJ:f .-_t tl W t\ h ii to thli


wv. a;,!: trh..t m-..t of tite birds have no
ao'-i, aiIj, Cil duwe'si r o odors. -.it is
S--i 3'i s... l-Iat iL is ILl the other side
orf Cie o1 hi 11 ii niti .'r sensts titan one.-
A tlkt i .1. 'ouL, ituiIIi..n.
A il''iamouH IF're.nch Lawyer.
In hlih ii],-. i ralt ,' t j, di .s i it (ie tlird
:|'ii.,i, iI. .- i i H tlIt-h -llilijool of till
il.ii r-.io' lii ).l:irire Loicliiaid was thel
;,irl L' l' i-Lwh 'i, r. lie won his
IV;i. lb,. ; i ial 'roiloi n tion of wit.
li ]it'., rt.- lui-.s ld telo iih 3tce. He
was hail fellow well met among the
journalists, who delighted to do him
honor publicly and in private. No one
s'haT''i.'t(,id hint of scruple. He woldnh
attack ) prisoner as cheerftilly as he
would defend lhin. provided his fee
1\as paid. And he d(lid not invrlaily
tn:e p):t!i's to mlake his case ;p). know-
ing, as lie did, that whether his llient
lost or won lie himself was tolerably
sure of adding to his reputation as a
sayer of lbriight things- and an orator.
An hour after hearing a client sen-
tenced to the guillotine, or to MazaN.
you might have found him cracking
jokes with hiss collfreres at ile C('afe (u1
Palais. or dining on parties enirre at thi[
Maison.Dorce. Hlls powers of repartee.
hin epigianminatic felicity., auil hi hap-
py go lucky. dashiin.:. :i-y o nir frolln-it-
ly sltomi hilni In go. I -i;:rit whi'. frlnu
unt+:)oiarity with I[- i vi ? .-idle of thIe
qiu.stiou lie Ia lppoe -i .*d t lir : '"::iitn., he
was !oi!!ntari'ly <-:nlharr.i 1 .
Cf all 'Fr'n. iL li:' itn iktq oft recent
lq l "' i]-" I, .- Ii'ii[ ,arni[.: il l' the ntost

.- l ,' :i i TI !l. [i~ ji o i. Iii ie was


a u t t y ' ,7 -e
A l,., i 1,, ; .' .. -. i i::,! *', t' 4 r'1t fJ'lO,1l,
side to S lde. tWvv I, I, .... :. .1 ,.:;' r0 :-in.
and the black t .- -, I ..I '. 1 : n i-I t.'ltilrtg
tile ailr: it L "Vet ,. J,. .1 'l" tiha
Usual' 1141 i grow l:-. aiL iiii.-r ',i .- sl,.-w1tt4
its t1 th. Ti h i. % ,,I i n, '1 iil.. l-
i. it r tars. shov i':. i ,i .it. rl !ii, 'i
its cars,. the nio, r .i'r. 1.1 tI ti a lTa l il-
(<-Irez:i.ilg all lhe ii.-.
A t *t.:1C ttion! 0.- ti : 't-.i --t: l [hr Ir,. "tl
tile !iw ;iit or(( Its anuer--tli ttadl; i-es i's
lhe l' u:ltti it is tliiln .st \,reti<.- il III-
blmlak tassel coittimiuts to move. tilt'ears
It1e t!tielOild cotIpli lely. ami th( li'l-
mtal then ;at a ;,:ll f'or). d V' ;! il .l O i l!!i !i l 11 lld extei'l.t-
i'i, <':l .vs.
Sn, t!',' ws i it s'il .ws th1 'set V;Nl''0lS
*;ylii;amJ w: .tiu ir <'l;< inu ;'.'ri1. 'st -t 1,,
ly ." i h'nc-. ;t; t 11 ult-vor' (i>;iges with-
OI!t -JI;hoW ling Iit';l:o \Vlitn I lie tatii risi-.8
thl hunter citi hlii'hg Iis ritle to li tlt-
shou';:der a:'-d l \vaii hiis opp[iiortluity..
I hulntmg, u ii; l;an l who is oti hi.s 'i;:Int
is X ''r s i f liur. .. .
A (li;'rgr is extr mlr-y dul.d :..*r'i, .. ntl-.
most always i'!l Vi h-i lii.-' l i.1.
either because of tie densEt m.-mt'i]iii,
or other causes, but if you see tie ail-
I mal getting i-redy flight is us. Ies.4.
Stand your ground. T[he ,ony thing 10
I dc is tu .,' i. p oi! :t1Ail ti-.r ill your
1 Iil"i.'n. It i 'r I ve nImt vyi l uii t'Ir- Se i
yoiir.ilf I11 it i i ii I in ru an'ini ior .tisur-
Inhg Oi'ur Ftr'i t;i il L*'aia;,i I '.he.- ani-
nals.

Italian noIhtes.
Pabhls se('iil to t- rd- trI:,:1,le in It.ly.
anid one cailinot blit Lbe .truck I..y l.o0
unIFabtr orf LhrL- T. hese b.iuil,a n.)m ;rit-
Coftn bi g i!ip, n pegis in the frontt of
tho hiu..i, where they luvrk out (f their
lItle ilatick. bl.-".dy eUy-sa like piripouses.
I unlhoik>.1l one of these baobites one._.


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lrrz.J u~j w~viiie.ir ach?* anid Iittlo
fe.~t W eIbild t04"tY agailn-4t a Strip
of board so that it was quite stilT
froru Its feut to Its sboultlers. It didJ
uot S,vlIU t- oobject or to be at all un-
corj-jt'utable. as It onl~y bowled while I
was holding It. I have an Idea that.
except Ls-en lnu'aded by foreigner.%
the bambino's existence Is qulte hap-.
py.-Lt1.an Bell In Woman's Home
Comnpanion. I


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Where the Tortoile TI a flareo]nteJ
and FHles rZat Spidets.
The to'toile i not an animal ond
would naturally fix upon as likely td
be afraid of rain. but it is singularly
so Tweuty-four hours or more befoMiz
rain falls the Galapagos tortoise make
for some convenient shelter. On a
bright, clear morning when not a cloud
Is to be seen, the denizens of a tortolsq
farm on the African, coast may some-
times be seen heading for the nearest
overhanging rocks. When that hap-
pens, the proprietor knows that rain
will come down during the day, and.
as a rule., it comes down In torrents.
The sign never fails. This pre-sensa-
tiou, or whatever you may call It,
which e;Ista ino many birds and beasts
may be explained partly from the ln-
ciasiug weight of the atmosphere
wheu rain Is forming, partly by hab-
its of living and partly from the need
of imoiisture which is shared by all.
If we wt;ut to find a country where
unture hass tune.ld things topl.sy turvy-
tLat is, n,-Lcr'Jin.t to dutr notion-we
Luiiu-t go to Austiralia. Many things are
r-\ .-,.-D in tim ct country. It is summer
th -e whil-e it I' s iltvr in Anerica.
'iTr...,- -ih..,l ih ir ha. k- in tt-t.id or their
.:. ..'-f: 'it hais the st-lnie. or kernel,
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