Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: December 28, 1899
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Volume ID: VID00065
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ST. ANDREWVS BAY,

First Last, and all the

.,:-.. Time!


Washingjton County
AND

West Florida j

Against the World '"


VOL. IX.


OFFICIAL DIRECTORY,-

UNITED STATES.
Se ,.ors-- Huni. Sami'l 'asco, Monticello,
Hoa S. R. Mallory, Pensa.-lh. n
lepresiOtatives-- .t District, S.M.Spark'
*man, Tampa; 2d District, R. W.
Davis, Palatka.
Land Ulliee--tegister. W. G. Rolintson;
Rev.eiver-H.S Chubli, Gainesville.
STrATE..
iverinor-W.' Blu\ham; Secretary of
State. J. L. 'ran ford; treasurer J. B.
WhJ.itltld; A oltrniev Genieil Wan. B. La-
mar; Coumptroller. W H R,:ynolds; Si.-
etrItenident )f Puhlici Instructionl, \V.
N. Sheets; Corniniasinner of Agitcul-
ture, L. B. Wuimbwell, AdjtAuiiit Ge -
*4ft'al, Patrick Houston. 'itllahngsee.
. 1*f S. SENATOn.
First Rlistriet-S. R. MallAry. Pensacolh :
-. eco N Dial ric;e anIuiIl 'atNu Moniicello.
S'rATE SFNAT-,R.
"- rweut-fiftlrDiatiet-J. Hi. Clarke, "We-
I .:-hht . -, - .
S-. WASHINGTON COUNTY.
Representative, W. G. ('ole-tian, 'ernon;
Coutpty .Iuidge. 1). M:lvin, Vernon:
Clerk of CImrt, County Clerk, Recorder
ef Deeds, W. II. Las-.itter, Vernon;
%heriff, C. G. Allem, Chitple;'rriaesurer,
q. J. Pariah. Vera.on: Ta C.jllector. A.
4.. Jones, Veritinn; .Ta'i Assessor, J.
W Williams Chiipleiy Su-perintendent
.4f Pu lic Insltaction, W. L Lockey,
Clhipley; Surveyor, P. L.Htern, Orange
Hill.
ST. ANonvEws.
lJstice of the Peace. W. ILSingleter' v;
Notary I'lhlic,. W. A. Emmonp, C. H.
e'Crippen: Deputy Circuit Court Clerk.
W. A. Emmons: School Directors, R.
-F. BraLkin. W. I. Singletairv, L. M.
Ware; 'ost Maat-r, L. M. Ware
HAarIsoN.
l'ostmistresa, Mrs. M. B. Jenks.
PA IL E .
?.otmaster and Notary Public, W. H.
P*'rkitr.
PiTTSBURG.
?'at inisl reps, Mrs. Hasselltorg.
AnDERSON.
lPoBtmttet, S. W. Anderson
'osatmaater, Mrs. R. Gay.
BAr HEAH.
postmaster, Mart in Post
FARMDALE. _.,
P'otmatet, H. J. Johnson.
ebstamiMtresi, Mrs. Dyer.
Wsar BAVy
Postmaster, P. N. Hutchiason.
CooS,
.Postoffice on Laird's.Mi-ll Bayou.-
CALIUOtN CoUNTV-CROM ANWN.
41stary T'ulie, Frank Ii Hskins; Postnmas-
ter. lhos. It. Maigtir. Co uity Com-
mispiuner. iliium M. p'i<-ei; l)elttutv
Clrtk otf Couul... T. Walkley.

REL I G I u .
Mellhodist-Churehl cor. WVHshi3agi,0 ave
.ad 0Chestnut et-liev. L. OG Gunnn,
pas4 B. w.ev slternatle SBindy.
.- y, S.'C. E.-Pr-n-yer Tile.neillg at tihe
'-eetl v**'.ramn tlchurchi ete ez S tday after-
,uo '>t 3:310 o'rclok All are invited.
aptiit.t-)urch. corner of Wyoming
aveast aotd Ciniciinatai slicet. Church I
.-oiferfq i timilt 5di -t: ,irt l i l nday
at 4 p. S n i ti .it sdl.-..,l Vely Sitiday at
a3k au. Preaching second and fourth
usslltvS in each ,nu a Rev, S.L. Loud-
*rollk. pstor ,-." .
f'resl, e r ina-- Chiunhi t cornerr L3o, ai'ne
avenue anA lDiake streelIRe-. Rt. J.
.,.MclIlstiam pakutt; 1,resoanng on '.c, lnf
4guadtT of e4li :h in ,nih at ll o'clock a. m.
ln4 in 7 p. in. Sund*v Scrlool at9:h30
a. a rev. rry Sunday,John Sturiock, S9ipt.
Jalotioc-t1urch ctiaer W u oimg aveM
aIe and Foster street ?<
THE MAILS.
Ti. uor thera tail, via Anderson, Gay,
BlaRujsd and Chipvty'depiats everyday
except Smi'dy At 3:00 o'clock-; a. m.;
j.rrives every day except Sunuay at
7 :.0 p. m. -
f'si l Uay mail for lHarrisn, -Oromanton,
Parker, Farmdiile sad Wetappo, leaves
St, Andrews going east every n..rlinlg
at 6 o'clock amid ieaia.g. Wel.app, .'t
I o'clock, arrives, corning west every
evening M4 7 c clock.
'ST. ANDREWS '. CHIPLEY &
V ERNON lJPHONE CO.
SCHEDULE OF RA'PIS:-l'11 each live
niuutea, or fraction thereof, use of
Phone:
Retween St. Andrews Bay & Gay.... 15c
.. ** Baiyhead 20c
++ Chipley.355c
"" Gipley & Bayhead....... 25c
** Gay........3..... 30o
l Bayhread & Gay............ Ie
For transmission bly telegraplh 10c.
..Xtra, notincluding t.elegraphic s rvice.
WV. A. EMMOIS. Gen'l MAuir.


BUSINESS DIRECTORY,
W. A. EMM^ONS,
Sfiputy Circuit Court Clerk and No-
k.- PalryP atlic for tb.e State at Large: 1lip
B _oi, to adininster o.aiih, 4.ike
^-- '" ". legalire aeknowletldmenlt,
sU anywhere in Florida. Special at-
*tlion given to laud conveyances and
.* marriage services. andlicenusg issued
So labwfally qualified parties. Office at
the iBUOY Office, St.Anidrews Bay,


SmDR. J. J. KESTER,
Homeopathic Physician' and Ac-
-oucher. Office Pioneer Drug Store,
corner of Shell ai'enue and Michi-
Sgan street,
Mt. Andrewn s Floridar

DR. W. V. MITCH Ei.L,
PIhyician and Druggist, Commerce at.,
e*ut of Bavview, Offers his professional
servicess to the citizens of St. An-
d' rewi and vicinity. Residence on Buena
S. .:Vista avenue. .

C. H. CRIPPEN,
Notary Public.
W'illattend promptly to all husinessde-
ma. ending his attention. Office o-n Bav-
view street.one bMock rorthenet ofT.
C Daeford's store
BUTLER & FLOYD,
Attorneys at Ljaw,
u.lR, WaSHINGOTON CoNTY-, FLA

man titles ad ,Hfleti'ncis vwe
wake 0 SpecialI v.


PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY A Unique Christmas Present.


One dollar a Year in Advance.

'WILLIAM A, EMMONS
Editor and Proprietor.
Display ad rites 50c per inch permonoth
Position and extraordinary condition
"rates subject to special agreement,.
"Local Drift," 5c per line, first insertion
2%c each subsequent. Display locals
double above rates.

Christmas Dreams.
I had fed the fie and stirred it, till the
s.,arkl's in deliirhtt
Smiapped their saucy'little fiflgers at the
chill December night;
And in dretsigh..gown and slippery' I
had tilted b'abk: "mil tho~.e"---.~.
The old splint- bottomed rocker-and
was mu.ing all alone.
I could hear the hungry winter prowl-
ing round the outer door,
And the tread of muffled footsteps on
the white'piazza floor; *
But the sounds came to me only as the
murmur of a stream
That mingled with the current of a
lazy-flowing dream.
And I saw a ha p, mother and a group
surrounding her,
That knelt with costly presents of
frankincense and myrrh;
And I thrilled with awe and wonder, as
a murmur on the air
Came drifting o'er the hearing of a
melody of prayer-
By the splendor in the heavens and the
hush upon the sea,
And the majesty of silence reigning
over Gallilee-
We feel thy kingly presence, and we
humibly bow the knee
And lift our hearts and voices in grate-
fulness to thee.
The messenger has spoken and our
doubts have fled and gone,
As the dark and spectral shadows of
the night before the dawn,
And in the kindly shelter of the light
around us drawn,
We would nestle down forever in.the
breast we lean upon.
You have given us a shepherd-you
have given us a guide,
And the lieht of heaven grew dimmer
when you sent him from your side-
But hecomtes to lead tho children where
the gates will open wide
TQ welcome his returning when his
works areglorified.
13y the splendor in the heavens and the
hush upon the sea,
And the majesty of silence reigning
over Gallilee
We feel thy kingly presence and we
humbly bow the knee,
And lift our hearts and voices in grate-
fulness to tii;<.


It was the day before Christmni,,
and Gordon Ward had not yet de-
cided on a Christmas present for his
young wife. He had been but a few
weeks married and he wanted to give
her something especially nice and ac-
ceptable. His mind was about equal-
ly divided between a fifty dollar seal
muff and a forty dollar jardiniere for
the beautiful palm which adorned a
cosy corner of the dining room.
Fate took' the matter othere Christ-
mas present into' her own hand-,, as
he was lostering alonni thle %u'-',
ot.tkiag into tIhooe ,p inI1w '1--'.
ttg' iunIli see +oIniethintlg thl.t
Stella would like.
He was passing thie Zoo, and with
the momenttots matter of the Christ-
mas presel.t in his mind, his eye fell
on a notice posted on the gate:
FOR SALE.--A remar-kably fine,
trained South American monkey. Left
here for sale on account of the death of
his owner. A great pet. Inquire of
Mr. Gault, lion tamer.
Mr. Ward's heart leaped joyously
within him.
"A minonkey! By Jove! the very
thing!" e cried to himself, "only
last week, when Stella and I were
visiting the o, she said she woi'dl
le perfectly happy if she only had
one of those cute, cunning, little
monkeys for a pet! Women are queer,
but Stolla shall have that monkey!
How lucky it is that 1 happened to
come this way."
Mr. \\Vai, rushed into the build-
ing and inquired for the lion tamer.
Beppo was shown in a red coat,
with a knot of blue ribbon around his
weazened little neck, and the lion
tamter put himt through a variety of
amusing tricks for the benefit of the
prospective purchaser.
The price of the pet wonder was
dirt cheap only fifty dollars, and
Air. Ganit assured Ward that nevel
before in the history of the world had
such a monkey been s.,ld for such a
ridiculous price.
VWard closed the bargain at onea,
and, with the monkey carefully wrap-
ped up in a blanket, started for home.
It was a bleak night, and dark al-
ready when lie left the Zoo, and, as
Ward hurried along, lie thought lie
would slip in the back way, and put


Then the vision slowly failing, with the the monkey in his wife's dressint-


wp'ds of the re!rin,
Fell swooning in the moonlight through
t *e frusty window p; ne,
And I heard the clock proclaiming,
like an eager sentinel
Who brings the world good tidings: "It
is Christmas-all is well."
-James Wlitconb Riley.
***
THE FIRST FIRE OF THE SEASON,

How it leaps, in dance excited;
How it sleeps, in trance delighted;
How it looms in liquid shining,
Fow it glooms in wan declining,
While around the hearth we gather,
i and idall,
In the bleak and windy weather
Of the fall!
Friendly fame, remote Chaldean
Seers of name effaced, t'abcati
Shepherds in the elder ages,
Persian bards Ln mystic page,
Thee adored, for sa divinely
Streamed thy lisht,
Half we follow and ens'arine thee,
Spirit bright-
Dear the friends 'each heart remembers
As in che..r we stir the embers,
Bid the ash renew its beauty,
Sparkle, flash and glow till duty,
'Through the comfort of the hour,
Wooes our soel.
And -we d'crn its sterner dower
Life's best goal.
So we droem not vision sy.
When we deem thea rid:-sonary
Househn'.I Srn., oen"s Tn"we trlishtf-d,
Blazing Li,,her, the whole united,
Round the hearth of home we gather,
One and a:l,
In the bleak and windy weather
O thie iall
-Kitchen Magazine.

Ancient Fads.
We love to do the old, old things
They did long years ago;
Old songs, old plays and dances old
Are quite the rage, you know.

We sit on spindle-legged chairs,
Drink from old teacups blue,'
Think shabby yellow lace so nice, c
Because it isn't new.


room and allow iher to be. surprised.
The monkey made a very suggest-
ive looking bundle, and he emitted
queer little complaining cries at fre-
quent intervals, and Ward saw that
the people lie met looked at him enu-
riously, and stayed very hard at his
squeaking bundle.
Stella's mother, Mrs. Hunt, and
Stella's maiden aunt, Angeline
Brooks, were visiting her, and were
to stay over Christnia.s. Angeline
was a most inveterate man-hater,
from the fact that no male biped had
ever sought to possess himself of her
virgin affections. She had suspi-
cions of every man she encountered,
and she had never liked the match
Stella had made. She was always
exptectiing that something terrible
wolil at some time develop fomin it,
so she was fond of telling. Mrs. Hunt.
Ward's episode with thie pur'clase
of thii monkey had made him half an
hour later than usual, and Angeline
hadi begun jo be very much concerned
about it.
"1'll bet he's a-gallivanting off
somcwheres with that black-eyed
t Iwiitr ot his." she said, confi-
dentially, to Mrs. hunt. "I never did
tIincy that twist in his nose. Men
with twisted noses ain't never to be
depended on. And lie mikes too
much of Stella before folks. I will
never allow a man to make so minuci
of me in company."
"No," said Mrs. Hunt, "I don't
believe you ever will."
.IL i .As seven -t ,.TK


-t' s past seven o clock, now,-
We like the gowns that grandma wore .,. ,IA--IA1


And cut ours much the same;
We buy the self-same fabrics, too,
Called by some other name.
Even those shocking kissing games,
They played in days of yore,
We call them "Hobson evenings" now,
And love them all the more.
--What to Eat.

M. J.S'heer, Sedalia, Mo., saved his
child's life by One Minute Cough Core.
Doctors had given her up to die with
croup. It is ax infallible cure for
coughs, colds, la grippe, pneumonia.
bronchitis and throat and lung troubles*
I,. :,. Brwick.n & Son.


pnrsued Aingeline, "anda ne aintt
hove in sight yet. I can see clear
down to the corner when the light's
lit. Where can lie be? You don't
suppose he-lie drinks?"
"No, I don't," said Mrs. Hunt.
with decision. "Good gracious, An-
geline! don't be forever suspicioning
something!"
"Oh, here he cones! He's je.st
come around from ,Calvin street! Ann
he's got a bundle in his aims. Such
a queer looking bundle, too. And
h)e's going round to the back door.


28~ 18~9. ~


swera s in building up a big subscription list, an occasional flash of lightning in the
A Thrifty s1t. and when this money is spent we re- distance told of an approaching storm.
A good story is told y an Engli serve the right to publish a notification Leon had not returned. The sky grew
A good storyisto a i that the contest has been discontinued., t i
tourist who staid for a week in apart- Don't delay until sit is too late. The black, and the thunder rolled with a
ments In Aberdeen, the "Granite City." contest will continue until March. heavy resonance. The lowing winds
"I had heard," he says, "of the canny We give a Bonus Prize of $50 in e rose, and all nature seemed to belch
folk of Aberdeen, and my experience, pendent of all others to the Dergon who forth fire accompanied by the resound-
short though it was, proved that rumor sends in the list gotten up in the best Ing roar. The senorita's heart beat
had rightly estimated the character of and handsomest manner. Our Corn- violently. She remembered she had
the people. The streets are granite, mittee will decide and award prizes spoken harshly to her Leon. The tear8
the houses are granite, and the inhab- Daily, but the special 50 prize will be streaming down her beautiful face,
itants are granite, ant1 when they have awarded in March. Any bird's name
a granite baby they give It a 'ball of founa in dictionaries accepted. she looked toward the cross into the
granite for fear It should break anlly WHO WE AfE. now wild night. As she did so a
granite for fear it hold break any The Woman World is a too screeching clap of thunder broke forth,
other toy. The Woman s World is athooughlyand the lightning rent the heavens,
"I had a granite landlady, and one reliable concern, we are known to do darting about the sacred cross, llui
day when I was going fishing her exactly as we advertise. As to our re-dnating t as it stood against the sky.
liability we refer to any Advertising nating It as It stood against the sky.
son volunteered to accompany me. I Agent or business man in London. Horror struck itself deep into the girl's
provided the lunch, the rods and the soul. She fell to the floor, then hastily
lines; he provided the worms-dug arose and started out into the fierce
them up in a neighbor's garden with a Name............................... night. She must find her Leon. He
borrowed spade. I caught 16 trout; he must forgive her for her wicked words
ate the lunch and broke my best rod. Street............................... against hi."
When we got home, I made a present A teudde......n...................... outburst of music
of 14 of the fish to my granite landlady intcir lted us. Many senoritas passed
and asked her to cook the other two Town................Country ......... y, and one smilingly bowed to my
for my tea. She did and charged me . i oi'nlnion from behind her fan. He
threepence for the dripping in which Address- The Woman's World, 9, High ir-e:e, and responded profusely. The
they were fried!"-London Answers. Street, London, W., England. a ::t iswet strain of the trio was lost.


NO. 404


innd na it i td Iar, It -..... tI to be
absorbed by the mIoon l:luuiiued en-
sign. The senor -ofltinued,
'On she went, hastening toward the
monumental cross. A mountain lion
snarled dismally 'In the distance, th,'.
too, had ttien enulht in the .-toeru.
Half paralyzed with fear, groping hbe
way in the darkuess, she fell over aa
obstacle washed into the path by the
rait. For a ionluent she lay whore
she fell and breathed n ,ypryer. 'S.inta
Maria, prote-t my Leon and ",r'.'*,
Lt :.- f,.' 1; u, Tu, thli,,j or.'awled
over her feet as she I 1 i r It t'as
a snake 4! .: ''-.1 r i. t,. '- ] of
water., Shi j'iln, -d iii p- .uinn and
as she d i rt p.. I t;it.!, playedd
al",.:;[ i ,' *-- i ;' .! :'; ,'2: 1 ', ,r I n utJ
; uiin in i:' ,'f- ,,'i-i i. .| c .. v, it
!: l. i, ', e 2" 2 .1 ' .- . .*,'-' i n"-g


My goodness graci6til, It look to Nbt Wtasnted on etier; ".'
me like a babi r' A This happened to Ihe wife of a Well 3
Known licrchnt tit i,, rathe con- L L A CRUZ
"A baby !" ciiedi MI's. IlHunt, piusih :piC!eilfls r hi. 1 -Inlifi t.; L A -t l .ur.:-l' l.
ing her glta.m.ecs lier:cdly ul. on lihe, is .El S.ou-. di'ssihi out* iLunlant.Vly lornt-
,in: gii ino a \.1 thtt iha l'e th'U N ow Two Lovers W'erer telnited i
forehead, "la d.l -.ike', Angeline, %oi o ,rt ., o. u,.,' ( .i 1n t r, .' at the Foot of .t;wh Cross.
must be cri.z\! W hatever etitldt ur.. I ea co:iscious of thi .. ,-,i ,r s..i' ,i. but etos '. i o,'(wifOO-- -'I
doni be doing \\ ith a Lbaby?" en "cit h,, tl < llr i.ltaud's a ti helr The' light of day had died from the
Bothi women ip-tuediiti the daik ', .rint foothills of the Mexienn city of Jalapa
passage, alnd IsIou-. all' iddlen be- n. t:l .ri'l -. as I mingled with the crowd walking
h ind the i i -ro t r'mii '. i"t ,ii 1,1,1 htIi-' i, -- leisurely toward the Plaza Granda to
inil the dial ,eil es -ol ardiwav, ; .. ] n- l
Sii'vr.id a;>iit. hear the Sunday evening band concert.
and watched ardi. t So i. w 't t, chiurc. the wife For a moment the jollity ceased as the
the stairs, looking c tiouslyv t the "li er,*it nlicilt infs. wlhi as thei brightly dressed senoritas and the gay
right and hfll, |ind i ,kip hut- ', uiru,.'I out1. we,., w.ll en.,ugh cavaliers came into the view of the
r .andtoIi ,L I .i-l ltr thi-.1 it\,.. ut, '.It-re" .-.it- wooden cross which rose near the path
ric.,iy u b.into lhi .il g. r10 *da iu(rt:.'i;,o;, m ra I in .n. -is., o I nn t the h.l,1:. : : i o v i ,ll ,nnillain I .Igainst
ant clos le ti 'dour.. a'- hl ills- .*1 I. 1,. tlin.an ga\ "lo t rn \- !...-.t thi e llitN civty nestled.
an ld. l; ae t p fiv7r t i itiv lit. "'.1,-ill ''r a "l- . '" I :'". -l.. l n . .. % -e viv-
cl ot,, ie, t f i - .. .... i rea, d tI l.' r. -,, I ,'- i. m... .... . ,.m, ',t. .. . ""- ... ....
Sie oti l k M s i i tIt .1i
heitliel ol thie t\o ha )heardI be- '"' it -' !* lia. "e is this La cruz was the subject of much
fore. .' "' comment by the senoritas as they
S-' w..am c ..,l;u;-., iu hLer walked around the plaza, and likewise
Angelintri ew i n l breati lh arl. n;,.l it, v,.r r in l l,.ir l, -,,l dying by the men, whose conversation was
"'It's a baby," ale wii 'jce I, "an.i 1 "!";i'tg 1 t"t oI r ti .' ,".-.- varied by a few remarks upon a par-
ive oneclaud ain IDiltr. ticularly striking mantilla worn by

Y didn't think was a dead d D ces T es. 'Why is every one so interested in
d tEdward Scott's "'l)aning In All the cross?" I said to my Mexican corn-
one, did you?" ssid Mr Hunt, sar- kges" are some curious details about panion as we said to my Mexican a ru-
casticallv. ,he dances used by our forefathers. tic bench.
"Bunt what should lie be doing "loanoan Sidercsont was a "jolly "Have you never heard the story, se-
it lance" in Mr. Scott's definition, for be- nor?" he inquired.
with a baby, dead or active? that's fore it was ended each lady had kissed "Never. And why so many
what I want to know! 0.2, than all the gentlemen twice, and each man stones piver.d around it? answered
heaven that e neve ha anytig had been equally enterprising. Mary elil me about it."
0rStuart danced the "Volta," though "it was the custom," le began slow-
to do with a miserable, deceitful, "not so high and so disposedly" as It w", t'. c.ustom," he began slow-
treacherous int critter! 1 never have Elizabeth. In King Charles' time peo- to ':ly '-' t" del'aon ftheiacksou t
pie danced "Trenchmore," the "Cush- uriand when the bur-
had, and I never will have!" Ion Dance," "Omnium Gatherum" and the dc-i e l f bridal, and when the bur-
"No," said Mro. Eunt, "I don't "Hoite cum Toite." den h t;'r(u set as!de his load that he
tlink vou will "All In a Garden Green," "Gathering mi i t ri:t he, Ulon continuing hIis
think you Ill. of Peascods," "Lumps of Pudding,'" journy. planted a cross where he last
Presently Ward, very much out of "'Under and Over" "The Bath," "The rested tile 'eulins. And whoever
breath, and willing the perspiration Slaughter House" and "Have at Thy ased lithat way was destined to cast a
S (id \ ,, ..stone at the foot of the cross as a
from his torpehead, stole out of tite ucatt. Old Voman," are dances not soulofhifliosemor-
quite so old. prayer' or the soul of hit whose mor-
dressing-roonm and shut tile door tal r'ena;:s:; had rested there."
softly behind him. ,000 Our Grand 5,000 Musi. iceiterl'upted him. And, as the
S' last echoing refrain of "La Paloma"
'*The wretch!" cried Angeline, as Ornithological Contest, was lsat in the mountain air, I sat
g",zl" at the cross.
lie disappeared from view down the Something entirely new and interest- "San ta Marla will bless you, senor,
stairs, "he knows lie's a guilty man, ing. Read what you are to do. You for your i"esta wi thbless y, senorn-
may get 200 cash. Our contest is to see
and he's afraid somebody'll see him. who can make the largest list of names tinted, reverently crossing himself. I
Didi you notice how he looked behind (or kinds) of birds from the following inclined mly Lead in reSpuonse, and he
letters; W DOOO C C K Q ULIA related to 'me the following story:
him? Poolr, dear Stella! What a P R T A R I D G E S P N I E L V E "Years ago, when this little city was
dreadful blow this will be to her! BRDI M W AD 0 H TL but a vii:age. there lived a family who
We will recognize as a bird anything used to raise vegetables for a neighbor-
What shall e do?" belonging to the feathered tribe, whe- lug town. They had but one daughter,
[Boncluded next week.1 other it be a Hen, Crow, Singer or any Jeslta y a. A the a ley
I other kind. You can use any letter as elt a sawart youn fellow named
Mrs, R. Churchill, Berlin, Vt., says, many times to make a name as it ap- dwelt a stalwart i YnIp fellow namtd
"Our baby was covered with running pears in the list of letters above; for in- Leon. A friendship which grew into
sores DeVWitt's WitchHazel Salve cured stance Woodcock. Plover, Snow Bfrd, affecticn arose between the two. Often
her." A specific for piles, and skin dis- &c. To any person who can make a list in tke evening they would wander
eases. se.'jit o' ,if it ll,.- st~ i, l'.;ii of 2 or iio'-..? diffi ri.-rt nainme of birds, through the valley b" the s.de of yon-
It. F..-' i i, .,n. i l ive ab-.olitely FU.IEEi .I b .l i,;- ,..r I. :r ,, t. :'--'_tIl alnd
F.S ,a. .. . ful lPr'' e \alv jL'' i or Is- :,, :. r .
T he E t, nt I --V. .. ,._ .. ..' ,
r.::,y to :..:n '.,-;'1 s'ip aft- VW henlt ou have m a. t-i-oit ,oiii 1" I T '"-'- .. .. -2 .. i _U I
d w I l Ueid tuetinies a omi the linen thie bottom ot thii adv. ,,f t,. t ..I 'b*. i .-tOp l,,,d I ,rest
vreek or t, tt. Th, : ,!, Tudor ,ai send io ts with a StanpeLd Ad- and ref'reSh himself. UpInI cunlttiiItig.
v.ekd used for cen-of-w. r was still dressed envelope, then if you are he planted that cross on the side of the
d 'r f r t r as st ilt awarded a prize you can if you desire hill. From the door of her adobe
S.,. itpysh 'ijar3" that. 'et the prize by becoming a subscriber home Jesita had observed the burden
iie ship vwas safely got afloat, after to the Woman's World at the rate of Id bearer make and plant the cross, so
v-ch sone high pei'onage went on a week. We shall award a prize to ev, when Leon came that evening they
.v:th a steil silver "stannding ery person who sends the name of 25 went up the mountain side to the em-
o'" c r "I!a!,'-,' o if wine; out of which Birds, and our gifts will be as follows: blem ind east, with reverence, a stone
i,' d,'::, n:o.iag the ship, and poured Forthe best list received each day, a at its foot.
l'):,tion oni thlIe quarter deck. The Gold Watch: for the second best sotu- .
S t y given to the tion each day, a beautiful Imported Tea Here his story was interrupted by the
l-. al 'st.. P er .li: g ie as a me- Set; for the seven next best solutions. soft slranus of nusic floating through
:,. L' te ... s e-each day, a Konrah-Sakih Diamond and the orange trees and mingling itself
'i it f Ruby Ring; for the next best solution, with ihe gentle zep)hyrs heavy with the
W-i 011 tihe t '.et usage of am- a Gold Piece; and for all other correct fra-grane of the blossoming orange.
'g .-n! l.aptizing a':i I, f,,, sthe is solutions, Prizes of Good Value These Just 'lhind us a little stream cheerily
,(iit i;,lat come in? I -'ce the last prizes will be forwarded daily, you will sai, over the stones.
xp'k.it rnieioniC of the old netihod to not have to wait a long time in uncer- The music ceased, and the relater-
;-;4. whvlen the oyal Katherine was tainty before you know the result., onh.c ed:
,it.incle, (e 'epys). TI.e first men There is no element of lottery in our ";tn after this they wandered to
ion (,f sna,,hifg a bottle of wine on plan, it makes no difference whether the roi; and would seat themselves
t-ie of a ). lti* w, .orf-wiar that we get your solution late or early in the the erS and would seat themselves
I have f 'iard is in a eonte-nporary" day. All you need is to post this adv. near its projecting arms. 'Twas there
ew.p'er cttming- f Ma 170, de- to us, and on the day it reaches us, if Leon told Jesita of his love for her.
,r 0, d vour list is the best, you shall have and there he met .Jesita whe- sihe told
, ii the cLristening of II. M. S. tie Gold Watch or if second best him she would be his life :,,mpanion.
n... ,;.-m; at IDeptford, but nothing the beautiful Tea Set, and so on. We One evening as Leon started through
s hintdc: that it was then a new cus- guarantee that we will award you a the valley to drive the cattle to the
toin.-Notes and Queries. prize. There is absolutely no opporcu- corra1, lest they stray into the next
nity for deception on our port-we can- ley dui the nigt, he stopped at
A rNovel In a Nutshell. not afford it. We want to get 1.000.000 wTitulley' dunase h n t he st opped atr
Mlet himi. well satisfied subscribers, and for that oe on o n
Moet Li't again-in love with him reason we don't want you to send any w el ensued. In the nidst of It Leon left
Met tim ab a n-.uo longer in love money until you know exactly what lesita. saying to her as be pointed to-
Shim. t e ii n, b prize you have gained by answering the ward the cross:
wth hi. ut he i lovewit e puzzles. As soon after 4 p. m. each day 'encrita .Tcsita. the Holy Virgin Is
(auise I ai i so beautiful, as possible, the examiners will judg-e displeased w;th uns for quarreling, for
Met hi~in again--he is still more in the lists to the best of their ability, and see the dove perched on the cross and
love with nme, not only because I am will designate the prizes. We will hear it mourn.'
beautiful, but because I am also good. write you at once notifying you what .But t;he senorita stnempd her pretty
Sorry for him. prize has been awarded you, then if vou a e i.i.-.tl as sh an-
Again I met lim-he Is colder than are fully satisfied you can send your foot, n d he s "l,,,, d nS she au-
hie was. Think he lIas forgotten my subscription to The Woman's World swered:
eauty and my goodness. I, however, and your prize will go by returnof post "'Go your way. Senor Leon.'
bautyancedygodness. I.a lovr carefully packed. To a person of nar- "'WVithmott a nwering he continued on
am incliitned to think tha I am in love row ideas it seems impossible that we his errand looking for the cattle. He
wit himi after all. IHo lucky he is, should be able to make such a gigantic walked by the cross. casting a stone at
and how angry niamma ill be! offer, but we have the money, brains the foot and making the sign of holl-
Mamma proved t.. strangely and reputation, we know exactly what ness as he passed. .esita watched him
pleased. Makes me a ,. for I know we are doing, and if we can legitimate- s h l tn e mh
she is not a good juJ' of a young ly gain a million subscribers by this- as he left her, thinking he might
gir's heart, grand idea, we know that this million glance back as usaml, but he did not.
-ted with him t. -.-.,ucIly to of well-pleased subscribers can be in- As she gazed after him tears dimmed
make maminua mli-ill. succeed, duced to 'eot'momn'tld The Woman's. her eyes, and she turned, seeing him
Engaged to hil gn! 1 World to all friends thereby building no longer. *
Mnled to im s L n A up oar circulation still further. We are "Darkness crept Into the valley,
Married to him-sorry London An- willing to spend 5,000 in this contest clouds floated threateningly, and soon


nourishing food medicine.
* : ." ani t <, ill drug i.
SSCOT 1" I [B3i- 'IE, Cherrni-. .' Ynorl. .
44m Iii- *9**It *in4 ! a


ST. ANDREWS BAY,.FLA.. DEC.


lt 1 il ..i >' r li : t. 9 riFl the
storm ,t.ntin,. ,-'nc t!tng its fury in
the wild ..in: .
"Whlh.n Leon had I. ft .J. ; 's home,
he had passed the cross and l i::.-rined
over the mountain into the valley be-
low. Not tn.1;. : the cattle and see-
ing the storm brewing, I.,I it.,'d 1 to,
return, but before he r :'.!. I jIime
the storm broke forth with terrifle
violence. At each ibuist of t!.muiler
Inis heart was relieved The li'. i-.iug
quieted his spirits, while the furfou.
winds breathed i :!; ', d relief nla hi
ear. At last he r.;;.n.,.I the summit
of the :1.imlutain near the cross, whll
a flash of i;'it.1 ng ilniniated the be-
nighted da(u'ki <5ip:yiyng n ilirrl'
ble sght to I.'"'s vievw. f;s'thfre on
the ston,,s "'t tie foot of the O o f s wad
the figure cf a wom:'n !. '.. h her hands
about the bace of the roafrh woo(denr
emblem. He rushed forward as fast
as he could in the darkness. There.
was a sudden lull in the storm, thf
quietude of which was oppressive. A4t
he advanced his heart beats resound-
ed in his cars. Again the lightning
made vivid the black clouds. Hi-i
blood writhed in his veins, for he stood
before the cross. There lay tlhe pros-
trate figure embracing the great rougl
crucifix. It was Jesita.
'Me Carita!' he ejaculated, rushiln'
toward the dejected girl. Violently
sobbing she looked up. He could see,
her ashy face by the light of the'
flashes.
'Leon! Oh, forgive me-forgive me!"
she sobbed, loosening one hand and
reaching toward him.
"'Let us go from here, ('aritat,' he\
said sadly. Assisting her to her feet,
they started down the mountain side
toward the girl's home. The roll of
thunder gradually distated. itself,.
then grew less and less; the wind
sobbed less dismally, and the lightning
si-.:-,inea liut i,.. firni-ih the. two light
f,,r th-:.:r p thwl ny."
T -h, v.. '. I, i' ;i t 1. '"-.: ,i. tin!g.
k T..' ,a ,--_ a _...c. e ,.w i :'.* . , _1. P t 1
.I -itf Il 1 1 11 1 y t L good.l Fa-
ther M~uii'^t Ijno iLiI:'r tLi" pi saueLi c'oi.s on
a holy Siiul!-iy yQe.ii- a o, aud lived
happily and long in ;. ilih-y."
After a lomnent's sil,.-i ,-e I naked,.
"How" do you know the story so wIell,
senor?"
"Jesita !s my mother," n'ea'.iwere,.1,
"and Lecu, my father, k-:uls' this
band."-St. Louis Star.

fia Eyesig'ht Good.
Large Ladly-Could you see ine across
the street, officer?
New Policeman-Shure, rua'am; it's'
tin toinms th' distance Oi could see 'yez.




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o You have used all

Sorts of cough r-ne-1

Idies but it does not

yield; it is too deep

1 seated. It may wearI

itself out in time, but j

it is more liable toz

produce la grippe,

pneumonia or a seri-

ous throat affection.

I You need something

that will give you'

1 strength and build

Sup the body,





-EMULSION

j will do this when everything j
else fails. There is no'doubt
About it. It nourishes
strengthens, builds up and
I males the body strong and
Healthy, not. only to throw
off this hard cough, but to
fortify the systiM against-
further attacks. If you are
run down or emaciated you
Should certainly take his,


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'~l~aUr~7*ri~iPP'~--ruPeul~oe'rp~-~9


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__-I -.e- n-,- -P")7F.'"Y~ I...7-~' 5 Lt


NoTic.-It must be remembered that the
wind is not a wholly reliable motive pow-
er and if the sailors sometimes find it im-
pissible to make schedule timeit must bhe
,ctargedtothe elements; they do the best
they can.

The welcome tolnes of a steamboat
whistle startled the people of St.
Andrews just ht dusk, Sun.Jay even-
ng and patty much all St. Andrews
turned out to find that the steamer
Alpha, after a vacation of about four
km ntilhs, during which litne ,he ha.
been undergoing repairs, hadi put in
her appearance with sixteen passen-
gers on board f r this place Captain
Clark says the Alpha is now as good
a vessel as runs on the Gulf, andi
that she Awill need no further repairs
for six or seven ears at tile least.
The schooner Cleopatra arrived
last Friday from Pensacola.

PACKET SC OO NER

L. E. DANFORD, MASTER.
Leaves St. Andrews Bay every Tuesday.,
leaves Pensacola every Friday,
(weather permitting). Special atten-
tion will be given to receiving aiind
forwarding freight toir ,Iartics living oni
Xa.t and North Bay, t'assenglers for
points on either ar-in of Ilhe Bay can
e&-end upon seettring prompt tr-ns-
portation at reasonable rates. For
(fthrer id-farination apply to
L. M. WARE & Co., Ages

NAPHTHA LAUNCHi,
LURLINE.
VAPT. D.M. W..
Carries the Xast Bay Mail between St.
Andrews Bay, Wetappo and intermedi-
ate points. Leaves'St. Andrews daily
except Sunday) at 6:00 a. m.; arrive at
Wetlppu it 12:30 p. m.; leave Wetappo
at 1 p. inm. arrivess at St. Andrews at
7:30 p. m. Makes landings regularly at
.iHarrison, Cromanton, 'ark'er. Pit s-
Iurg, and Farmdale. Freight landed at
n1y postoffice wiharf. For passenger and
gieigiht ratios, see rate card in thle sev-
orat postoffices.
DAVID M. WITHERILL. Contractor.
'fo tlhe Deat.---A rich lady, cured
her Dc.iAt'neiA and Noises in the Head
hy Dr. Nichol.,oni' Artificial Ear Drums,
gate 10,OOO to his Institute, so that
deal' people unable to procure the E.at
Drums may have them free. Address No.
1 -1, 2 1 W h o I n ." i tu v,,. 7.!-1 E i ,h il L ., iied,6
New Yo k,

A Week's WVeatler.
The following 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-registeribg t heroni-
eters. Max:Min. Menn. R'n W'd
Dee. 20 63 37 61 .00 n
21 5) 47 -53 .00 P
22 66 50 58 .00 e
23 66 54 60 .46 w
Z4 58 45 52 -00 w
*' 25 62 47 54 .00 sw
26 58 34 40 .00 s
Forweek...-62 1 49 I 561 .46 |.

Parker Lodge No. 142

Regular (Oomuinuni-
hIU catTons on the first
and tliird Saturday
V*/s in each month.
Visiting Brothers
FRATERNALLY INVITED.
E. PALMER, W. M.
W. A. EMuoNs. Secretary

DYSPEPSIA is the cause of un-
told suffering. By taking Hood's
Saraaparilla the digestive organs are
toned and dyspepsia IS CURED.

Cruelly Repressed.
"It's a shame: that's what it is!" ex-
elauimed the boy wrathfully. "I can't
bave any fun at all."
"What's the matter?" asked the sym-
pathetfc neighbor.
"Dral says he'll lick me if he ever
hears of me fighting with a boy small-
er than I am, an I dassen't fight with
8 bigger one."-Chicago Post.

Swinss archTiaeologsts have decided
that a certain ruin near Biel which has
been iehIl rto bie oune of the runny bo-
man roemalus is r .ally Celtic, the only
one of the kind In the country.

"I was .early dead with dvs.epain
tried doctors, visited mineral springs and
grew worse. I used Kodol Dyspepasia
Cure. That cured me." It digests what
Syont eat. Cur Sacb, heartburn and all forms of dyspepsia.
U. F.Brackin & Son.


DeKenerate Cockney.
The language of the lower Londoner
if changing:
"Getch trine?"
'Now. Trine gawn, eat It?"
Translated:
AGet your train?"
"No. Train gone, hasn't It?"
Jnt (the old ain't) seems to cover
Isn't, wasn't, weren't has, hasn't, have, (
haven't, had, hadn't.-Notes and Que-.
ries.

Robbed the Grave.
A startling incident, of which Mr
John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the
subject, Is narrated by him as follows:
S"I was in a most dreadful condition. My
skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken, g
tongue coated, pain continually in back
and sides, no appetite-gradually grow-
ing weaker day by day. Three phyvis-
cians had given me up. Fortunately a t
friend advised trying Electric Bitters
and to my great joy and surprise, the
first bottle -made a decided improve-
ment... I continued their use for three t
weeks and awn now a well man. I know e
they saved my life and robbed the ,
grave of another victim." No one
should fail to try them. Only 50 cts m


t `,


would be a pronounced success, have
every reason to feel gratified with the
outcome of the affair; the weather was
line. and everybody, it seemed was
there. Something over 100 admission
tickets were sold, and makers were
not wanting to diversify the program;
the characters assumed were as numor-
ou as one could imagine, and, without
exception, they were admirably sus-
tained, and very few could be recogniz-
ed even by their relatives and closest
friends. Something like twenty dance
numbers were sold and the dancing
was kept up till morning was near at
hand. A pleasing feature of the occa-
sion was a gratuitous graphophone en-
tertainment given by Mr. F. N. VanDe-
venter in the early evening, which was
a fine diversion and relieved the monot-
ony incident to the usudl delay at the
opening of entertainments of this char-
atter. The grand march was intelli-
gently led by Messrs Fra,.k Haight and
C. E. Merritt, the latter having just ar-
rived after an absence of several
months, in time to take part in the car-
nival. Profs. Willcox and Hand sup-
plied the orchestral part for the cca-
sion and each attendant vied with the
other in making it one of the most har-
monious and pleasant affairs ever par-
ticipated in in St. Andrews. Most of
the expenses vhich wduld naturally
have been incurred, were donated and
the hand finds itself enriched by about
eleven dollars. The two instruments
needed were at. once ordered ar d before
many weeks we may expect to hear the f


LOCAL DRIFT.

-Salt only 90c. per sack at R. F.
Brackin & Son's.
-For Furniture, Springs, Mattress-
es, etc., go to T. C. Danford's.
-Most of the recent Peoria arrivals
have already taken houses and estab-
lished themselves for the winter.
-A good big Tablet for 8 cts and a
good thick school tablet with 175 leaves
for 10cts; 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.
-Our correspondents will please Dear
in mind that their favors.must be mailed
early enough to reach us not later than
Monday evening; otherwise they cannot
annear in the current issue.
-Clothing! Our walking advertise-
ments, speak for themselves. They are
going falt! 'New arriving, same goods.
Come and see-m-e-will savl you dollars'
I. F. BRACKIN & SON
-Married on last Thursday evening
at the Robinson House, Col. J. M Wills
and Miss Mary Ellen Clarkson, both of
St. Andrews Bay, Rev. J, S. Alley of-
ficiating. They left on the evening
train for a wedding trip.-Chipley pa-
pers.
-Men are apt to load themselves
down in winter with outer clothing-
they get too warm and naturally per-
spire too froely for comf irt and need a
sweater to avoid disagreeable results.
R. F. Brackin & Son have them in all
grades and at astonishingly low prices.
-It you are thinking of buying prop-
erty in St. Andrews or immediate vi-
cinity, you cannot afford to purchase
until you have conferred with the pro-
prietor of the BUOY. If you are short of
money and want to buy on long time for
actual settlement you can be accommo-
dated.
-There's no excuse for appearing in
shabby headgear. R. F. Backin & Son
are opening up an immense stock of
men's and boys' hats, in the latest
styles and at prices within the reach of
all. Also a big lot of lovely ladies' hats
in the latest styles at prices no less at-
tractive than the bonnets.
--Purser Adams of the steamer Al-
pha informed parties in St. Andrews
that hereafter his boat would visit St.
Andrews every new moon. The Buoy
has not received official notice to that
effect, but it would be well for intend-
ing visitors to beai this in mind until
the schedule, as it now appears in the'
Alpha's ad, shall be corrected
-The Buoy has a limited quantity of
California sorghum, or sugar cane seed
for sale at 5c. per ounce; 40c. ncr pound.
This. cane grew ten feet high and two
inches through at the base on the Buo:,.
'Parm the past: eaon, adis- ve.'.y ricr
in saccharine matter. If ordered b:,'
mail, add Ic per ounce for postage.
Also a few Nonesuch strawberry plants
for sale at 50c. per hundred.
-Taxes foro 199 became die Nov. 1,
-and all those who are depending upon
Sthe Buoy to attend to the payment of
theirs will, of course, remember that if
they have a sufficient tax account cred-
it to cover the amount, the payment
will certainly be attended to; but if
they have not such a credit and satisfac-
tory arrangmeritf to that end have not
been made, they just as surely will not
be paid by the Buoy.
-"One Minute Cough Cure is the
best rercedy I ever used for coughs and
colds. It is unequaled for whooping
congh. Children like it;" writes H. N.
Williams, Gentryville, Ind. Never
fails. It is the only harmless remedy
that gives immediate results. Cures
coughs, colds, hoarseness, croup, pneu-
monia, bronchitis and all throat and
lung troubles. Its early use prevents
consumption. R. F. Brackin & Son.
--My son had been troubled for years
with chronic diarrhoea. Some time
ago I persuaded him to take some of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar-
rhoea Remedy. After using two bot-
tles of the 25-cent size he was cured.
I give this testimonial hoping some one
similarly afflicted may read it and'be
benefited. THOMAS C. BOWER, Glen-
coe, O. For sale by L. M. Ware, St.
Andrews and Bayhead and all medi-
cine dealers.
-Those who anticipated that the
masquerade ball on Tuesday night


every lady should be provided with a
warm and comfortable cape. R. F.
Brackin & Son have an immense stock
to select from.
-Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either St.Andrews Bluff, or Buena Vista
Point, at 8c. per dozen; also map of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 12c. per Aozon, at the
BUOY office.
--Holiday goods are going off like
hot cakes "at R F. Brackin & Son's;
but as fast a3 they disappear they are
replaced, as if by magic. But there is
sure to be a rush during the last day or
two before New Years and they who are
wisewill make their purchases while
the attendants can give them the best
of attention.
-The Buoy owes Rev.' Loudermilk
an apology. By an unfortunate over-
sight, owing to the extra work incident
to Christmas time, his notice of the se-
ries of meetings at the Baptist church,
was left out last week. It was uninten-
tional, and the editor very much re-
grets the omission and will endeavor
that it shall not occur again.'
-Several St. Andrews merchants
were badly disappointed in failing to
get their holiday goods from Pensacola
in time for Christmas; but they will
hardly fail to arrive in time for New
Years, but Santa Claus has wisely
made allowance for failures by provid-
ing another near-at- hand day when his
loved ones can hang up their stockings.
and the disappointed ones may be all
the more generously remembered on
New Years day.
-Let no onei for.:it that the Facketr
Storaa .Cla he:ui< iutrtr-'^.
J-^..-- __^^ ^ ^ _. 1 Ift--- -- -


1 i'e hn'd ju-ti whar ihic-,y w.Viit tI, I'lt. it
the loved one's stockings, or to bestow
in any manner they choose. Space will
not permit the enumeration of a com-
plete -list; but suffice it to say that,
among the many nice -things maky be
found elegant N~ew Years cards, toys,
china and glass trinkets, candy by the
cartload and more coming; corn-pop-
pers--a new thing tor this market-(the
pop-corn is all gone), etc., etc. .Don't
forget to visit the Raeket Store when
in search of holiday novelties.

Just Think ot It.
Your wife, your daughter. your
another or your sister could receive
no more suitable or acceptable holi-
da3 present than a becoming dress
pattern, and it is fortunate that the
caste of every resident of St. Andres a
Bay can be easily gratified this year,
no matter how difficult thly are to
please; In R. F. Brackin & Son"'-
steck may be found charming fabrics
in all grades of texture w'ith trinm-
Inings to match and at prices below
any approach at comparison. Go,
see, and be convinced.

Great Rejoicing!
No More Medicine!
The Dr. King ChillIPad cures Chills. If
it fails we refund your money. $100,000
to back our guarantee. It is a sure pro-
ventative. If your druggist does not
keep triem we will mail you one on re-
ceipt of rice-$1.00. THE DR. KING
CHILL PAD CO., Memphis, Tenn.
A Moderaite Mlan.
"How much is this soap a cake?"
"Take two for 15 cents."
"Two? Do you think-I buy soap by
the whole-saile?"-Flii.-cude Blatter.:

No trait 6f character Is more valuable
to a woman than the possession of a
sweet temper. iHoue can never be
happy without It. It is like the flowers
that spring up in our pathway, reviv-
ing and cheering us.

The curiosity of others enables some
men to make a good living. '-
- '* -- -*
It takes but a mint eto overcome tick-
ling in the throat and to stop a >-ongh by
the use of One Minute Cough Cure,. This
remedy quickly cures all forms of Throat
and lung troubles. Harmless and pleas-
ant to take. It prevents consumption. A
famous specific for grippe and its' after-
effects. R.F. Brckin & Son.
Shoes! Shoes!
Well, everybody knows R. F.
Brackin & Son, the shoe mnen.

Love In a ilat.
"You don't care for a big house and
lots of servants, do you?" he asked.
"Not at all," she replied promptly.
"Don't you think that love in a flat
would be delightful?" he persisted.
"Yes," she answered. "Love iPA a
flat, but not life with one."
He postponed his proposal.-Chicago
Times-Herald.

To Cure a Colid mi One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. ,


.clhir niti'.
to the tertit
others, laid
bite of ''To
the hti,L tC


-Look at Mauger's Advertisement.
-The L. B. Q will cure a cold in one Of St. Andir
day For sale at the Pioneer Drug week em
Store. Presentenror
-Call early at R. F. Brackin & son s Average dail
for holiday goods and get first choice Number of ai
from the largest stock ever opened up Number of T
on St, Andrews Bay. Number of p
-The Buoy understands that there Number of i
will be a union Christmae tree, supper (
and entertainment at the Methodist
church next Mobday night. (
-The spring term of the Normal
School at DeFuniak will open February Sketch olt
6th and continue four months. Tuition
is free and good board costs only $2.50 Samuel
per week.
-Bringyour ordinary schoolink bot- Austinberg,
tle to the Buoy office and for 5c get it At the ag
filled with Arnold's celebrated Chem- lia Howe, N
ical Writing Fluid-the very best ink in Ohio and
made. Must have your own cork. buaines!, on
-Just received the finest stock of that part
perfumes, candies. genuine maple su- in that part
gar, figs, dates, prunes, English car- year 1848-
rants, apple butter, quince butt.-i- imin'c-:e andl,
meatin bulk at i Pio.iiir D,9'9D e-" . t-g.ig.'
-Winter is upon u-;"i.t 'a- t
one as vet; but it may get coder, an. .i
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All druggsits refund the money it it staiit use a i;riut a failure. For sale
fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signa- byI L. M. Ware, St. Andrews and Bay-


Report
ews bay School for the
ding Dee, 22, 1899.
llment................ 46
v attendance........ 30
absences (days)........ 80
ardinesses........... 11
iuji-.hu:but-'.......... 4
isitors............... 10
). M. HADLEY, Teacher.

OBITUARY.

the Lite of Samuel T.
Waltkley.
T'. Walkley was born in
Ohio, April 23, 1818.
-e of 24 hlie umuried Aile--
ouv. 10, ,142, remaining
I car, ying on a foundry
e of the first established
of the country. .nl the
-.- iug his wite, hIre left
itg to Boloit, Wiscan-
int thel ine'ci til', busi-
.il *"2 ,1851, ainarried
il ie iri Conti,,ingi-. at
-A1, he migrated west,
%v ot Kansas, and with
Ut anid created the town
ka, now the capital ol
Kiaise.


- He then vent east and during the
troubles in Kansas, bought the ma-
chinery foi the first flouring mill
built antd operated in Kansas. Sull-
ing out his interest in thle mill, lihe
engaged in fearing, and, about ilthe
jear 1854 took the preliminary steps
towards the organization of a com-
pany for the construction of a rail-
road between Topeka, Kaunsas and
St. Joseph, Missouri, to connect witl
the Hanibal and St. Joseph railroad
at t hi latter place, antd which is now
known as the Atchison, Topeka and
6auta Fe railroad system.
There being a famine in Kansas in
1859, he sent his family to llliutis,
he following them in the fall ol tihe
samllue year,'
In 1860 hie, with his brother, en-
gaged ill the milling business at
Dwight, Illinois, where he remained
until the comnmencementit of the civil
war, or until August, 1862, when lie
raised a company ,of one hundred metr
a ld going as their, captain, was as-
signed to tie 129th regiment of Illi-
nois ~ 'u-iteer infantry, the regiment
s. ,, 1ee I,,r three years with

-.s l ru.:-,.,r h waevit
i II i .e'liiid to Kansas and
resumniedfarmuingtuntil 1856, when lie
went to thlid Indian Teritory as as-
sl.staint aiyi'i for the Keowa, Coulanr-
chic andl Arrapahloe liians for two
years.
Upon returning home, his family
having moved to Stringfield, Missoim-
ri, lie again engaged in thle miercan-
tile ln0is .a, remaining there for
several years, whe hlie returned to
Ohio, thie climate in the west being
too di-.;,gi u.tblc.
As he grew older, finding the win-
ters in Ohio too severe for him, Ihe
came to Florida in the year 1888,
first locating at Farmdale, where lie
took a homestead. As lie was get-
ting infirm, clearing and cultivating
new land was too liard for him and
he moved to Cromanton, where lie
built and improved a palace that be-
longed to his son, and there his fan.
ily-still reside.
He went to St. Andrews for medi-
cal treatment. but owing to the ex-
hausted stato of Ilis .vstemi it was
without avail. tie died December
19, and w.as interred in the- St. Aln-
drewsv cemetery.
He liav', a wife and three grown
sons. He was alwva\s honest aind
upright in his dealings with all man-
kind and was a Christian in precept
and prin Ile.

Tlh Throbbing Headache
WuItul qi' kly leave y.ouU, if vou used
Dr. Kin'.'a -,v Lil'l: P'lll-.. Thousands
(' U -.u IlIi' -r hav'',' pir ve..l th ir match-,
1,'-.- m-.'-f r isl. k a: i.n r ,,_.iS head-
ai.heIv-. :.y inaki:, pui'..,h liod and
strong nei;t : and buildup your health.
Easy to ta ,. Try them. Only 25 cts-
Money ih ,.< if not cared. Sold by all
druggbCt,. _'_
W" wy ne Was Wakeful.
"Didn't sleep a wink last night," said
the dy.-rptie.
"Overw ork" "'
"No; I heard one of those songs about
slumber sweetly, sweet dreams be
thine, and thle confounded tune kept
running through my head ll night!"-
Washington Star.

A SURE CURE FOR CROUP.

Twenty-five Years Constant Use
Without at Failure.
The first indication of croup is hiourse-
ness, and in a child subject to that dis-
ease it may be taken asa sure sgn of Ihe
approach of an attack. Following this
hoarseness is a peculiar rough cough. If
Chamuberlaini'~s C.iighl Remedy is given as
soon as tln child becomes coarse, or
even .tftir tie croupy cough appears, it
will prevent the attack. It is used in
mainny ti,,.-atil of homes in this liroad
and and never disappoints the anxious
mothers. Wu li.'e- yet to learn ofa sin-
gle instance in which it has not proved ef-
factual, io other preparation can show
uch a .-,L..,l-twenty-five years' con-


R. F. BRACKIN. I O AS- STO.:R I W,. L. BRACKIN


R. F. BRACKIN & SON,
DEALERS IN
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Hats: and : Caps.



Hosiery.


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Experience teaches that
good clothes Uwear lonqSt,
good food gives best nutrition,
and a good medicine that
cures disease is natural 3,y the
best and cheapest. Hood's
Sarsaparilla is the best medi-
cine money can buy, because
it cures 'when all others fail.
Poor Health- "Had poor health for
years, pains in shoulders, back and hips,
with constant headache, nervousness and
no appetite. Used Hood's Sarsaparilla,
gained strength and can vwrk hard all
day; eat heartily and sleep ,weft. I look
it because it helped my husband to whom
it gave strength." IMrs. E. J. Giffels,
Moose Lake, Ili;rn.




# ood' rPills cure liv,'- iI]: i- nI ..n.irrilr-.r.rc and
y-5 hataatieto ta-. nV -I;'.".,> T ,.iD.ri Il..
Men as Created.
The glittering generalities of Thomas
Jefferson that all men are created
equal and that the right of life, liberty
and pursuit of happiness is inaliena-
ble, have been the texts for many in-
jurious instructions. They -are rhe-
torical flourishes, meaningless to the
gentleman on the scaffold and in Sing
Sing, who pursued the fleeting phan-
tom of happiness with the jimmy of
the burglar and the dagger of the as-
sassin. Men are not created equal
physically, morally or intellectually,
nor in aptitude, opportunity nor condi-
tion. It is perhaps accurate to say of
the 1,500,000,000 inhabitants of the
earth no two are created equal. Nature
Is incapable of uniformity and detests
equality as much as she abhors a
vacuum. One is made to honor, ain-
other to dishonor, as one star different
from another star in glory.-John J. In-
galls.
A Frightful Blunder
Will often cause a horrible burn, scald,
cut or bruise. Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
the best in the world, will kill the pain
and promptly heal it. Cares old sores,
fever sores, ulcers, bolls, felons, corns,
all skin eruptions. Best pile cure on
earth. Only 25 ets. a box. Cure guar-
anteed. Sold by all druggistz.
The Figure Dickens Cut.
Satirists are not able to perceive
their own absurdities. That is a well
known failing and as old as the hills.
The first great English writer to come
over here and create a furore was
Charles Dickens, and certainly n'j man
ever lived who had a sharper eye for
the grotesque in personal appearance.
especially in dress. According to all
accounts..his make up was something
appalling. My old uncle saw him in
New Orleans and used to swear he
looked more like a caricature than a
human being. He curled his beard,
nwed corsetS. sported .red waistcoats
with lavender pantaloons, carried two
watches with gold chains around his
neck and wore rings outside his gloves!
Just think of It!


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of the womb with its pains, weariness,.
sickness and misery is permanently
cured by....
O. F. P.

(GERSTLE'S FEMALE PANACEA)
Dear Aunt:-I hardly know how to express my-
self to you for those lictt~losof (C. ,. I'. I Ir.id
been in bad healtim for five years, and don't
believe I could have lived anothe- yeau ihd I not
taken the C.F. P. I am now able to work and
k,. ,'ii, 'fuI. Icanre-oumlendittoallwomen.
\'.i,, i iii, Ark. LIZZIE E.McKENNEY.
Try G. F.P. at once. It will make
you strong, vivacious, regular and cure
you of any form of female weakness.
PRICE S1.00 A BATTLE.
Write to our LADIES HEALTH CLUI in charge
of ladie 1. i i '. ai all about you casoand
they will t I -. '.. i ; on bow to rc'-tAiI your health.
Address "LAIES IEEA LTII CLUB" care of L.
Getilc & Co., Chnttaiioot, Taun.
If your druggist does not handle G. F. P ask hrim
to send for it, otherwise send us your order and 81,00
and we will supply you direct.
L GERSTLE & CO.. Chattanooga, Tenn.
A Fire In Japan.
A fire in Japan is exciting. The Jap-
anese seem to lose their heads com-
pletely In the presence of the fire de-
mon. The people move from th'e houses
where the fire breaks out into the next,
then to another, and sq on, until the
fire is over, the united families moving
from house to house with great non-
chalance. A man dancing on his roof


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QUEENSWARE and HARDWARE.


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CROMANTON, FLA.

CHRISTMAS HAS CONE! and the usiald demanil lfo
?OYS, Pi'ESENTS, ETC.
BUT NEW YEAR IS COMIN I
And, too,
BIRTHDAYS ARE ALL THE RAGEE!%
Aol we are prepared to supply the demand for Prevents for these occasion-.
We have a gooil line of ,
rPElRjFT.uES Al TD TOILET SOAPS!
Ani.l we have just put on show a nice assortmIIutL of .L1 L

JEWELRY!
COLLAR BUTTONS and CUFF BUTTONS, As orted Designs.
Goli Filled and 'lated---Warranted for Ten Years Wear,
Which we are selling at trum 10u to 25c.' per Set.
Come and See Us!
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Manufacturers of


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Corner of Bayview and Wyomine: Avenues en Bay Froit.
Glassware. Tinware and Notions!
What you can'i fiind at any other St-ure. come t thue R A C 5 E'T
STOR 0 R Eand "et' ( .

Bread, Pies and Cakes, Specialties..




THE POPULAR -W.-



PESACOLA, Fla. Opposite waiting "ooni Union rp]jn't,
Isthe Piace for Passehgers Coing to and from
ST. ANDREWS BAY

Rooms Comfortable! Terms I 0onable!



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Captain, JAs. E.CLARK.




2E5 Tons Burden. Passenger Capacit 50

A-SStIE1TC-,EI, R.A.'TES:
Mh.il, St\ Antii t .w and (I ) Sm Anrews Bay toApalachicola..
S t.'h olt.......... 7 Carrabelle... .
.: .rrni I ............. 3 00 Apailachicula to Carirtbelle...... e

EAST BOND. WES'T-BOUND.
1I.E' v ARRIVE.
5th. irth and 25th at7 pn.m.. ........ Mo ile.. ........12th, 22 and 2d a.m.
th. I17th rd 27th p t St AndreAs Hnyl ....I ..1t 21-t and Istt a. mi.
7 th 1t a nd .. ..( ru ia n t o n . t ...... dt
8th. ISth and 2ilth a.mr.......... Apalachiolht ........ lth, 21st and at p. m
ARI'IVE. 1.EAVE. '
9th. 1ith and 2:.th n m.... ......Carrabelho.... ltltb 20ti and 30th noon

Connects at Apalachicola with steamers up ('hattabooehee RivAr. At
Carrabelle with ,. T. & G. Railroad for Tairaha'see. s f ., ,-
For further information, freight rateund special rates for large par'tic
Address, CAPT. iAS. CLARK, 1Mobile, Atnbaiun.


BOARDING.


MRS- L. STQ NE,
Cor. Buena Vista, Avenu1e and
Drake Street,
.Is Preparedl to i uteitait i

Replar and Tra nkt kests

With Plesant Rooms
and Good Board at

REASONABLE RATES,


*, Deluslono i.nd a snare.
"Friends? I should say so. Never
' suspected that I had so many. Rave
to let them In one door and out the
other. Best lot of fellows you ever
saw. Give 'em a big stag .party to-
night." '
Then the misguided youth sat down
and drew a check against the pener-1
ous legacy he had rebetred irithm ti
month and resented an Insanuation
that .his flnlsh was viiblet trd
Free Press.' '1
PARKER'S I
,,JAIR BALSAM
Cfl 4a and beamtitef l mt h e bsl .
Never w,.iuiutoROD _,reh.
R to to UutLteUaCor
tit-..aridaIat DtuV WAE


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with a pa p-r fire god is supposed to
avert the danger, and no man is more
surprised than he when, in spite of the
fire god, the house ignites, and In a
moment roof and man fall together.
In three days the houses are rebuilt
and all traces of fire removed.

$6 a Week to Start.
We waut intelligent ladies, or gentle
men to accet,t permanent- position in own
town; salary to start $6 a week, guaran-
teed and commission. Many make from
$12 to $24 a week. You canl devote all or
your spare time. Send sta up for full
particulars. Address. The Bell Company,
Dept. C., Philadelphia, Pa.
Wise Man.
"Great Idea, that of Mike's," said the
enthusiastic heeler of the better sort.
"Hie isn't satisfied with shaking bands
with his constituents in the' ordinary
way. When he meets one of them, he
grabs both his hands."
"Ain't that rather overdoing it?" said
the cautious person.
"It might look that way to you. but
Mike knows his business. As long as
he holds the fellow's hands his watch
Is safe."-Indianapolis Journal.

L. M. Ware guarantees every bottle of
Cnambierla n's Cough Remedy and will
refund the money to any one who is not
satisfied after using two-thirds of the
contents. This is tlie best remedy in the
world for lagrippe, coughs, colds, croup
and whooping cou.g and is pleasant and
safe to lake. It prevents any tendency ot
a cold to result in pneumonia. Slad by
L. I. Ware, St. Andrews and Bayhead and













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SThrift.
"Speaking of thrift." said the promi-
nent clergymanii. "I rnienilner one man
who was as good an example of
shrewdness :.s I have evr seen. It
5."*. was w-hen, I ltgan tpreac'.ing that I
met him. I ':ot. :g .:am! struggling,
my salary w:> :-e ll. end the inan was
":. "a member of nmy hur i. 11c used to di
work on a scroll saw, and one of his
specialties was a sort of plant stand
IThulsda De c. 28 1899. with two shelves and with scroll work
S e. ornamentation. Two or three times he
tried to sell me one, but as I had no
ST. ANDREWS need or use for It 1 told him so.
AN RE W S "The time for the annual donation

PR I C E S C U R R E N T party drew near, when everything that
[,ROC -EES. "' was'given counted toward that limited
ugar, lb TROCERIES.a l salary. I was not altogether pleased,
raiited ... 6 HeNo...... 55 therefore, when the man with a plant
Coffee, .... 5r Gunpowder.. 40 stand appeared at the door.
Lt brown..... 5 Uncol'd Jap.40-60 "'Here, parson,' he said, *is a plant
C ,f'ee, Cond milk, V can stand. It's worth $10, and I'd like to
"- reen.... 12@20 Unsweetn'd.10 give $5 of It toward your donation.'
Arbuckle,5b l2-15 Sweetened .... 8 "There was no way out of it. I gave
singer snaps 31b25 Baking powder him the other $5."-New York Sun.
)rackeis,sod.t 10- Royal...... .. 50
P rlaceo, plug 20a60 Campbell. ...... 10 Givlin a Super a Chance.
IR.Liins: Canned fruit This is how a super, thus given an
Londonix ......8-15 oatoes.... Sa opportunity of distinguishing himself,
li ...I G4 Apples........ 10 once delivered a few short lines de-
pple Pears ......... 15 scriptlve of a man being picked up aft-
Es;porated... 1'l Plums ......... 10 er a cab accident: "The hansom cab
Dried Peaches 8 Apricot...... 10-20 was picked up off the esplanade with
Coal Oil prgal....15 Strawberries... 20 a handkerchief tightly tied around its
... aolite" L P'i-apl'l ...10-20 mouth. When removed, it was found
iTorida Syrup .. 41 C.nned Meats to be perfectly dead."
-loney........ 1.00 Roast lBeef.... 15 Still the manager gave him another
Slinegar........ 30 Corni,:d Beef... 15 trial the following evening, when he
cheesee pr lb... 15 Chipped Beefl0-25 acquitted himself as follows: "The
Batter...... 25-30 Lobster ....... 20
Lard er., .... .10 Salmon ....... 15 esplanade was picked up off the man,
Beans.......... 4 Canned Vegetables with the hansom cab tightly tied
CooauI pkg... 10 Baked Beans... 10 around his mouth." etc.
Fitit Pnilie .. 10 Corn.......10@15 He was sent to the back row again.
Jelly, glass; 10->-t. Peas ......... 10 or maybe farther. This is not an un-
ine Juiee ...... 45 Pumpkin ...... 1' usual sample of what the average su-
Eggs per doz... 15 per can do. Naturally, therefore, man-
PROVISIONS. agers look askance at training him.-
Floor Pork Criterion.
Am'nSwan 1..2.25 D. S. pr 1b ......7~
Majeslic.... 2.75 Bacon Sides.....84 Now tor New 'ears.
Corn Meal prbu60-70 Fresh ....... 8ail0
Oat Meal pr lb... 5 Br'kf'st Bacon.. 11 This year R. F. Brackin & Son
Curi per lhu... .55-60 Ham canvassedl24 have the confidence to display an tim-
Potatues Shoulders..... o0 w1
Irish ......1 20 Beef rmense stock. Everything for old
Early 'seseed 1.20 Corned......... 8 folks, young people and children.
,Sweet .....60@75 Fresh......... 8al *
atlt, prsack ... 85 Dried......... 25 You have pets. Brackins's is Santa
Tale ....... 5 Milk pr qt...... 10 Claus headquarters. See to it that
" HARDWARE.
Sails, ner 163 .ai4 Ax,with handle. .75 he remembers them.
Galv wire do.6atik Hoes, each.... 35a50
MaIIilla rop. ..9al220opper paint, can 45 Paying the Doctor's Fee.
loves cook,. .$8a25 Linseed oil, gal55@60 "It is an amazing fact that of all bills
P'ipe, per joint 15 sent to a family that of the doctor is
DRY GOODS, in hundreds of families the last one to
Points, per yd.. 5a8 Checks ....... 5a5j4 be paid. an.d in more cases than it is
S"heetings .... 5a9 Flannel. ..... 15a40 pleasant to contemplate it is never paid
Muslin....... 9al1 Thread per spool. 5 at all," writes Edward Bok in The La-
jeans.. .. 15a45 Soesladies.$1a2 dies' Home Journal. "I have recently
a* pa. MISCEL MANEOU'. gone to the trouble to make some in-
Hay pr cwt. .75a1 .,5 Oats pr hu... ... quirles into this matter and have been
H Bran ........., 1.25 Brick pr M .... 13.00 astounded to find that not one-fourth
olope Simal ...7@9 Lime pr hbl...... 75 of the bills sent by doctors are paid
FRUIT and NUTS. with anything like promptness. There
Orangespre doz.. Pecans pr lb..... 15 Is a quickening of the conscience, a
Apples........ 12 Walnuts. ....... 20 simple realization of a proper sense of
61Amoasn........ 25 Almonds........ 15 duty needed in this matter.-
OYSTES. "It is high thnime,n the case of hun-
In t hell prI,Ot I.5 Opened pr qt .. 15e dreds of families, that this matter
oLI... C s....K. old be brought home to their sense
ltHrse .. $01100 Hogs ws......$. 3., of fairness and justice. And as with
qxeen.. pr uke $311 S liep.. ,...... .:t the doctors have for so many
I' I.i l' U y years been the last to receive their due
Cjickeiasench 15a 3.'; Geese each. 45i. In the payment of their bills, It would.
',arkeyB.... ,ial.l nIluks....... 15a20 be only simple justice that hereafter
FISH. 'the last shall be first.' No worker in
Vresh alt the field of human industry deserves
Mullet pr doz 25c Mullci pr hhl 4.50 better at the hands of the people whom
Trout .... ... *. T'rout........ 4.50 he serves than the doctor, and to pay
r'.,no p th. Pompano.. 10.00 his fee promptly and cheerfully Is the
t. ,,i f;. 10) Mackeral .... 8.00-
,lU MiaEIr. least we can do for the service which
S Fl.ii iig, Ceiling. he gives us."
I .-att, "~ n...$14.00 Heart, 1 ,i...$14,00
Face ... 12.00 Face ... 12.00 Pistol Saber For Cavalry.
Sap ... 10,00 Sap ... 10.00 Proposals are being entertained by
Drop siding, Clalpboards, i rc authorities for a
ea. ac.e 14.00 x6i. m.$12.00 the military authorities for a
iae 1.00 new wisliig e o called the pistol saber,
lutifW loilber.. 8@ 2 ber,d. $12@15.00 whih. if adopted, will be put in use
Hea hiigles, 2.50 Lcathj a.... 2.00 In several cavalry regiments. This is
ARP fo 1.50 Boat lumber, ,i ordinary saber provided with a
dressed. ..$20 niial fiarn lodged in the hilt. On
ilw-oullter'ing a resistant surface the
-- horenad, rcelt es and discharge theil pistol.
Uow's risds? ri.oll of about a te'ntht of an inch
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward 'erny sutrii(.nbt fr tihe purpose. The
tfor any case of Catarrh that cannot le linot wrill. it Ias been ascertained, pen-
cured y Hasll' CataWrrl Cure. ,>trte a e(el lirenstplatie. It is ex-
'FJ.CHIENE\'&CO.,Props.,Toledo,O. ;ecttd that the newv weapon, which
We the undersigned, have known F. J wei'gs on lm on-thinird more thIan the
Cbeney Tor the last 15 veaes, and believe ,,r:;.ir Dar and which, of course,
he. f t last wle i Ih,, pistol is not loaded, can be
him perfectly hontorable in all business I.,mh h en the usual w ay will prove
transactions and financially maile to carry -ery scrvienble. particularly In en-
onut ny obligalions made by their firm. *Zncemfnrts between bodies of cavalry.
West & Tlraux, Wholesale D uggists, -Pnr's (r'-,o- ."..l',ic tde.
Toledo, 0.
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, As a cure for rheumatism Chamber-
bWholt-sale Druggists, Toledo, 0, lain's Pain Balm is gaining a wide repu-
HaWs Catarrh Cure is taken internally tatioi. D. B. Johnston of Richmond,
acting directly upou the blood ai.d mu Ind., has been troubled with that ailment
eous suarfacea of the system. Price, 75c since 186"2. In sneaking of it he says: "I
per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Testi- never found anything that would relieve
monials, frea. me until I used Chamberlain's Pain Ba:m.
Hall's Family Pills are the emt. It acts like magic with me. My foot was
The i'........ .. -... .d." swollen and paini::g me very much, but
Who dotei not know hiitu, w-th hi* one good application of the Pain Balm re-
goatlike baiiird. his wispy hair, his "'gi lived me." For sale by L. M. Ware, St.
lused" ufl Ihuiiiny cut.: his trouser Andrews and Bavhead and all medicine


evolved by i1h .,,-a-i.!.,:; : ,.1 a luizz. dealers.
naw, b6L vuoit of1 ;au iJ) l ...U.le a-a
lity. his spech uu-.,,i ii. h.- ge .iua LEGAL NOTICES.
ivee.lote 'it,.4 ahi..;.ig? \Vh
-"hUs hit o.n I h" ot.ioc uf thit i'hr11Ps Sale.
oasJl St-"n111 ILL' br 1ur uy tin Sheriff's Sale.
taudeVille farCe M'r Utl1-d by h[By Deputy.]
uverwoi kel ca i .turitr; No one [By Deputy.]
Wbre aire familial w;:h h;im fri'iu ab, County Judge's Court Washington Co,
s urd hat to hiidlrous f'otuwcar. aul Fla.
.ve e flr yes. Wh- sees hu d e plaintiff vs. Jno. D. Ste-
th ve Uet fOr noeartwester..-, cities tm ou phens, defendant.
the ets of ntwester cities to- virte of an execution issued by the
day? "Nou. County Judge's Court of Washington
Im a moditLed form he exists In that County, Florida, I have levied upon the
part of the nation which Bostonese are following property belonging to the above
wont to eall "way down east." He named defendant, John D. Stephens, and
also exists to some,extent in the New will sell the same to the highest bidder
England that Is nearer Boston than for cash, the land to be sold at the front
Maine, while from New York and New door of the court house in Vernon, and
0 Jersey he Is not altogether absent the personal property at my residence
West of a line drawn north and south on Lake street in St. And-ews Bay,
Washington Gounty, Fla., between the
through Chicago he Is rare-at least as hours of I1 o'clock a. m. and 2 'cock p
an indigenous variety. m. on the first Monday, the same being
The passing of the "hayseed" Is de the Ist day of January, A. D., 1900. to-wit:
SflatMe. A& s the farmer becomes more One two-hqrse Studebaker wagon; One
like him of the city he and his children fishing seine about 250 yards long, and
will care less for the so called delights all of the following described lands in
of metropolitan life, will recognize his excess of homestead exemptions: One
nlunate and Indestructible Independence acre of lot 1, south of Bay, in the n", of
and will be better satisfied with his lot. sec. 4, tp 3, r. 1;w; lot 2, sec. 5, tp 2s, r.
-1MInneapolls Times. 14w, continuing 38 acres; lot 2 in see. 6,
Min s Timestp 3s, r. 14w, containing 21 acaes, and
p a 133 acres in the seY4 of sec. 8, tp 3s, r.
."Grasp and lose all," .\any are so 14w, the land to be sold amounting to 33
intent on "grasping all" that they los1 acres, to satisfy a judgment of $81.60 and
their health. Hi',d'~s ?nar-.apir;ll: has costs and accruing costs in favor of the
helped m.anv a hu liess tnan on the road said plaintiff, J. D. Howell. Puachaser to
t s ess hy making d keeping l pay for deed.
to sucea s by mAaking tfud keeping him And it is ordered that this notice be
eah'. : published for four successive weeks prior
Hood's Pills are gentle, yet effective. 25c to said day of sale in the St. Andrews
BBuoy, a newspaper published in Wash-
1 To PATENT Good Ideau ington County, Fla. D.D.MELV1N,,
I i I" I way be secured by '" County Judge.
ouraid. Addressd b C. G. A LLEN. Sheriff,
THE PATENT RECORD, By C.H. DAN FORD, Deputy, -
lo toBaltimoe, Md. Dated, Nov. 28, 189J.
5UL~r1PMtas tW Tbe PVAt-wrt ti .00 per annum.


A Thousand Tongues.
could not express the rapture of Annie
E. Springer, of 1123 Howard st., Phila-
delphia, Pa., when she found that Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption
had completely cured her of a tacking
cough that for many years had made
li'u .. buraei. Ail oiher remedies a.d
d. actors could ;ive her uo hLip, bat she
s.ys of this iioyal cure-"it zoou remov-
ed the pain in my chest and I can now
sleep soundly, something I can scarcely
remember doing before. I feel like
sounding its praises throughout the
universe." So will everyone who tries
Dr. King's Discovery for any trouble of
the throat, chest or lungs. Price 50c
and $1. Trial bottles free at any drug
store. Every bottle guaranteed.
Personal.
Miss Osie Hadley is cruising iin
East Bay waters this week with her
camera. bhe expects to stop at
several points and take photos foi
the people.
Mrs. L. Harrison of Peoria, Ills.,
who never pernuits an opportunity to
escape to set forth the beauties and
attractions of St. Andrews Bay, ar-
rirved on tlhe Alpha, sunday evening
for her iegulat winter sojourn, hav-
ing in her party fourteen-or tfiteern
other Puoriar.s who, through her en-
thusiastic representation of the pleas-
ures of a winter here, she had induced
to accompany her. Among theso
are Mr.'. Hendel, Mrs. Fry, Miss
Hughes, of Peoria and L. L. Shep-
ard of G(ranville, Ills., "ho are her
guests.
After an absence of more than a
year at Yankton, South Dakota, E.
R. Houlton returned to St. Andrews
last week, and i, cordially welcomed
by his many friends here.
G. H. Porter, wife and daughter
and David Fry, ot the Mrs. Harrison
partly from Peoria, Ills., were enter-
tained temporarily at Ware House.
Tlie following persons either are
now, or have been during the past
week guests at thle Stone House:
David Jones, residence, not given;
Rev. John A Cargyll. Stevenson,
Ala.; Bee Brooks, Long Pine, Fla.;
Mr. and Mrs. HE.rbert Jolnson, Cook,
Fla.; E. J. Sin er, H, Kelley, F. -N.
VanDerenter and wife, J. Stinger
and J. bnider. Peoria, Ills.; Emery
Holloway and family, Lowell, Ind.;
A. C. Benijamin, Monticello, Ind.

(One n 'il ;oz:-o' f'."y \w'ii:lan got n oil 011O
)f ii .S!i o s liink slats u Ill open en'ial
'n the sulbw:!y. Next to her ,al a autL
wvho vwas tiiilokillg a cigar. lore tha
that. the wounai, suiilTnug. easily iniad
jut that the man hadl been eating on
Sons. Still mol'e thal that, she het U
the strongest kind of susplicio that he
had been driukingu beer. The woman
fussed and wriggled and grew angrie-
and looked at the man scornfully.
Presently she could endure it no lon-
ger. She looked squarely at him and
said:
"If you were my husband, sir, I'd
give you a dose of poison!"
The man looked at her. "If I were
your husband," said he, "I'd take Itl"
-Boston Transcript.

Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by

Kidney Trouble.

Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis-
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
,. and cheerfulness soon
disappear when the kid-
neys are out of order
f or diseased.
SKidney trouble has
-. (Lj' become so prevalent
that it is not uncommon
\ for a child to be born
afflicted with weak kid-
l- neys. If the child urin-
- ates too often, if the
urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child
reaches an age when it should be able to
control the passage, it is yet afflicted with
bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of
the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first
step should be towards the treatment of
these important organs. This unpleasant
trouble is due to a diseased condition of the
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
most people suppose.
Women as well as men are made mis-
erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold


by druggists, in fifty-
.ent and one dollar S
.izes. You may have a '0 |
-ample bottle by mail 8
*ree. also pamphlet tell- Home of Swampq).1oot.
ng all about it, including many of the
thousandss of testimonial letters received
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A Reflection on the Judge.
In na address b)fole the Virginia
;ie Bari- assuociatou .laumes Ha:-i'i
1n f t nier'- :ih bhart rolt th:s sio;"
;i ill 11:a. it j ":" i .: u wh
on ti : :h-;'h v i.' t .; f, ; t ]p : *
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: ;, : had
; : l h,. ,., . ss for-
their client, and the comumonviweaith
attorney challenged the witne -s too
young, to testify. Whlen the pickaain-
ny had Leen sworn ou the HIoly Evan-
golists., e 'w n :tas:t'I by the (-onimnon-
wvalth's attorney what he had done.
'I shared.' said hlie.
'And what will happen to you now
if you tell a lie?' the lawyer roared.
'My mammy, she'll whip me.'
'Is that all?' insinuated the defend-
ant's attorney.
'No, sah. De debble, he'll get me.'
"And then the judge took his feet
down, and leaning over the bench with
menacing finger said, 'Yes, and I'll get
you, too, sir!'
"When quick as a flash came the
boy's ready reply, 'Boss, dat's jess
what I done said.' "-Ne.w York Sun.

What Women DI't Know.
"One of the uistae-s of wi-omon."
said a woman's lecture *i the othl:'r 'day,
"is In loving too mui-ub Tchy can nev-
er make a t.tuki-' i1 -
ought to be careful - o te
man. They are rath -!t't do it on
the grab bag principal nu,:.ther of the
mistakes of woman not knowlin-
how to rest, and still .-intlher is not
knowing how to eat. What women
don't know about both as built 10,000
hospitals. Consider t e way of man
and be wise. Women worry too much.
They are misers to jollity, and they
nearly always die leaving a large ac-
cobnt in the Bank of Merriment."
Card ot Thanirks.
We most sincerely thank the peo-
ple of Farmudale, Cromantont and St.
Andrews who so kindly assisted dur-
ing the sickness and death of our
husband, father and friend.
MRS. S. J. WALKLERY.
Mhis. L. RUSER.
S. S. \VALKLEV.

Miss Annie E. Gunning, Tyre, Mich.
says, "'1 suffered along time from dyspep-
sia; lost flesh and became very weak,
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure completely cured
me." It digests what you eat and cures
all forms of stomach trouble. It, never
fails to give immediate relief in the worst
cases. R. F.Brackin & Son
Chess and War.
The origin of chess is shrouded in
mystery. There is little doubt, how-
ever, that its birthplace was in India
and that It is an offi.riu.: of a game
called chaturanga, which is mentioned
in oriental literature as in use fully
200 years before the Christian era.
From India chess spread into Persia.
and thence into Arabia, and ultimately
the Arabs took it into Spain and the
rest of western Europe.
The game was in nill prl,nlility in-
vented for the purp,..,:' iof lu_.tiatiun
the art of war. 'lihe ab : nd up.: n
this point is that i Za- f.
the instruction ue
his father, a learniuj I n.,0to7eni
him that a Ling. ntr thls-tandiuj his
power, was dependent for safety upon
his subjects. The Greek historians
credit the Invention of the game to
Palamedes, who, they claim, devised
it to beguile the tedium of the siege
of Troy during the Trojan war.

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His Opinion of'Shankespeare.
There is a story going about concern-
ing a famous man of letters who vis-
ited Washington recently. He appear-
ed.at but one dinner party. There
he sat next the young daughter of a
noted naval officer. Her vocabulary
is of a kind peculiar to very young
girls, but she- rattled away at the fa-
mnous man without a moment's respite.
It was during a pause in the general
conversation that she said to him:
"I'm awfully stuck on Shakespeare.
Don't you think he's terribly interest-
ing?"
Everybody listened to hear the great
man's brilliant reply, for as a Shakes-
pearean scholar he has few peers.
"Yt'-." 1,.- `i. 1 .11 1, 1' i "I -o, tl.h:k
h e is iljt..ti .-t . I in i '.: ,,, i u. I- ,. ',:"


simply too cute for anything."-Wash-
ington Post.

Costly Lessons.-
"What's that there young man's
business?" asked Mr. Parvenu.
"He's a tutor, I believe," replied his
wife.
"What does he teach?"
"One of them old sciences. I s'iose,"
answered Mrs. Parvenu. "I ain't just
sure what it is, but last night Maybelle
told me he was giving her some lessons
in osculation."
"Well, I s'pose she's got to be edu-
cated," returned the old man. "I only
hope he won't charge no fancy price
for his lessons."-Chicago Post.

C U RE rheumatism by taking
% Hood's Sarsaparilla,which by neu-
tralizing the acid in the blood perma-
nently relieves aches and PAINS.
***
What President Was Thslt
One day a president of the United
States sent for me. Hie had been elect-
ed to that high office, but had not yet
been installed.
"I hear," he said. "that you have just
come back from Washington."
"Yes."
"Did you go to the White House?
You did? Well, please sit down and
tell me all about it. What sort of a
house is it? How is it managed? How
many rooms are in it? Whereabouts
does the president do his work? And
how did you get in there-how do vis-
itors manage to see the house while a
president and his family are living in
it?"
"Why," I exclaimed, "you have often
been to Washington! Have you never
visited the White House?"
"No," said he, "I have only seen the
outside of it. I have. never even seen
a president or, in fact, any great man.
I am so peculiarly constituted that if I
knew lthe greatest man In the world
could be seen by walling to the corner
I would not walk there. But flow
that I am about to make the White
House my home, I should very.,much
like to hear all that you can tell me
about It."-.Tulian Ralph in Saturday
Evening Post.

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In the Spanish Bibles and prayer
books the nameof the Savloora.nd those
of the saints are always-prlialed with
the title "senor" (misty) before them.
as Mr. John the Batis-. Mr. Saint
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Notice
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IT'i1! .) w I'. r 1 r'k-a..' kin h tla ti-
i '-.'lt-!i1l.j IiIt nbl) ; t1i- '%e
h.Ihich the blade. i- -ilttai'hld
) *i' ini l, nld tlji ..,e.lh of phi
by liftini their hlandil.'s A .
c'.miis can handle it with ,'erf,.
41-inch s teel i h% e .-, the haeiiia
th=' ph'.w light of draft. It ha
a luriinf li:, 1d. "2 a hItv,:.l, :J a
\ lale, 4 a lill-ton.'rue, .5
I.. ilh e-ac-h I,1o r.
We h' liave mad,,
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)f these plows complete at the f
in operation at the BUOY Fi
direct


)RY, M . ..... cd g!aly . n
^^^ ^^ ^ m tiIn,::a (o s a ,m. ':'l ta':e ills lt''r XD AG '. .iitt i. a ,n . v . t store, gaze 0of two o u : ;' :j. t; DRAGO, M'r.ing the, t .'.-. e
i.t j ;y s too an:S; nliu a 1 Ure. ktoyn6 fa i '-: ,:i ; '
| t :, t hurt. by .'I,- "'yi:.i ded She hea h nfl th ", le:w .' a :p
LOr tlhou-lt.uCos wer-i, 1e lt.art of foe r friend hialt, tiht a .s ., .:i
I S )r v:.oj: 1 pa.s, ...'. *. "'.. 1 tOn.e as he w -
Or sin by s:,ecte iw re u d 1 i- <--..n q. ,t
iwi'it'r iw:aecr be my x :'r'i.y w-'alhl, bri;:''ing ,inm to' ..'.
Is l iv C : .l ind. sentl'I o L h
Iwor- f cuira.c tr t ,1a t '. -'.to h -1 se t 1t 1 l .' *'
Dropped as I pa s for troul..d i iarL 1. L'd. l Her l )t .- : e Vi t .f
I drew :.. !1 '0 h;.r r. dt. c
E A I a ., rn? toni,-,,t ba., bia<,ck I a o, l spanl dr w d ., e ; (,
LE. Ala. Twixt an a w nariik a:.l0o l collscTiee say. A *-t'
ecauze i so0ne : CodI at 'o a .r i.ai, tIS a h'. '--.l gi': i'. i* :' 1 ,
"The wor I is 6'cer t'at I iiv.,I today." Next '.o ;d i) ".'u'a .''':
-Elia haooler eJrox in Youth's Companion. "! t- iit ;;"! .V' S'-:. u'
thil- to Cat v : 7 Vi't'm i-Ind ) fc So
y on I Ii611:o. xi: wn' ti: dr vll of a tin,
I you people hail out yvone'or. an!I 1 hop S
A 1 JiU, Y TA MAID another woD't cow.-. li-. it. Yu-1 ;.-I c
GAVE A WARNING al iuit nw :n. w, noan ,, oo i
Sby; I must u.:'y lu; o CL "o, ,
Story cf I oo ,i-loust Jetiousy and : .,,'
c. 0.mo. And the echbos of ioof b-` nts sooi
ie(d awny' in t;.. 1 ,I :..: C ;.' ; l.
By Sarnuel fL-Lcary Waller. such a spee h as 1thlt :s int cnl!i'att' t
4, 4,4,444, t94o ovel'rtu:n '1. it .c', fi' f r
sonalle gilri. ri -erel inl it I-orl!:hn- air
Ve:cn Trooper i'atl .:.-. gave the dent nor i ." :iushi !..a '
ie.d and cof'cc, he h:.d little '- .:i "f ,'., .. l-' '' 1 '; i e 'o1 e tl.
I G ra des 1:' .l vi' io.e t was irasl.g for the .' a in .f it .. 6 I' ,' ears. o .'
r'.\I c::::>io'ce of three who thought hi l._,., l i .. r, sI pp. "'; r1
.-v we e happy. Iut !. ,.,*: I noi -Q '.. ,. i 1 .,,'.- -* : l :id a l a
L1-j "n' 4 1*1! '
OLICITED ehkL1 -t.. -
rt v h t ue bhlha, ck 1,!" a2 m. '1 i '7 .r .i-t :oue. lii
1iA .invun by fa mi;no l ad a lov,." a' d I_ ( !". ., t h- epo )l i. ]
it c!-le heart, and he Lad n.-ver the r t.v, 6t,''C' 1 f.. i!,.wod after
hc -ght so well of hlmiself as to i\ a .g Le l.,.r:..i:-i. I
ae that I.o had a g:.:llet figure and an Manaela i' 'i.l,* I l:im with intend'
O R E -mst eye capable of trurimg thee ze until he' v" lost to view. Slih
Sanidn's head. Else he might have knew what li',r- burning eyes menalnt
hesitatedd as he stood in the blue haze Sle ii:: i :.l to a *.: Ieadinginto the
,i i ie ti-opiecai morning and singled out (.ir.ni :.nrii I ;'n'T lo.'-ied against the
IAY. heone fe the miry laden throng of framing, but she did not hi'ar the r'p- t
W u cefugc~S .'c who scemo'd nearest the bor- ple i..f the dilapidated fountain nor
derland of e-:haustion. For he was of smell the pathetic f,';i.-:i1.-e of the neg-
h: kind that love constanc'y and elected flowers. 1cr eyes pierced the
1. hrhink from tllying a pure heart. past, the future and then paused at tliht'
G ood V'hi the nmidlenu had eaten the dry present. She returned to the street
read and drank the hot coffee and window and leaned against the bars.
.ills had returned to his tent to get Her body was quivering with checked
to ca i) Anore of his small allowance of food to emotion.
Sive to sorm.e other of the unhappy ex- Presently a horceman came gallop-
RICES e .;e, he wondered at the quivering eyes ing down the street. She knew thai
he had turned back after stumbling it was her trooper.
ATORHID ES Uv;ay without thanking him. They had "Senor:" she called in an excited, low
ATOR HIDES oked like ln fires cf gratitude and voice. Mills would not have heard
'ecar kindled by sparks from a tender had he not looked toward the window
aud tc:tit.ld conscience. to see if the girl were still there.
SThe nmaiden moved on with the for- There was something wild 'and eager
irn host v.'ho were struggling back to in the face which made him pull the
l i to deserted city. The bundle poised horse up roughly. lHe rode up to the
n her head pressed with less insist- bars.
on nee. I1er veins were warm. Into "Senor!" The girl spoke rapidly, and
hem had stolen the strong beverage her tones were hoarse. "You are in
N ind the greater strength of a sublime danger. You are to be killed. I must
:-nmotion sent on the subtlety of a hind- warn you, but not now.. Come at mnid-
y g.a-ace. night to the spreadicii tree behind the
From out of the shell torn bull ring bull ring. I will be there. Will you
Suth in blue and scarlet and gold. Mills was almost at camp before he
.lis cap was tasseled, his leggings ceased wonki-i ing why he promised to
ola, Fla. -amed with buttons of bronze, and meet the girl. It was absurdly foolish,
Sle finge of his blood red sash touch- he said. Why did she not tell him of
'd the jangling rowel of his spur. His the danger instead of making such an
teop rang on the roadway as he hur- appointment? The trooper had been
.'lcd forth to meet the maiden, seated under the tree half an hour
)h Mk "Ah, Manuela, I have watched the when he heard soft footsteps In the
ISsli'n since daylight! I watched it all shadow beneath the wall of the bull
illCg yesterday. Why are you so tardy?" ring. He stpped forward and met
lit, hl reached out to clasp the girl's Manuela a ,she passed into the gloom
at.t., 1bi.t tLv.y sli; ..e I 1.,-in.l hI -r of the ,raiil ec. She c-lutr-hed his
'.' k. TI'- ,-.1:irh tiir t.l ias i I aral .. Et n,' I tr'oi-itl:-ld violently.
i|ft .. 1,-',; i 'r- i -- 'L---e."' Flie inau ed. But
S ..... ...-........ .........u,.?wrr'-"B V t'ul It .ul haI'" fallen.
lj If i i somber eyes and spread down his face. "Who?" as e wondering soldier.
TO "What, Manuela, is this the greeting "Jose," she replied, "the man I came-
1 get-I who burned my heart out for to warn you aga!n-.t. He wants to
U'S STORE. you and rat on top of the bull ring marry me, but I will have nothing of
ind gazed out over the hills to where him. He saw you at my window to-
you were when the big gnns were roar- day and says you are the man I love
':9ng death over the valley? Come, and that he'will kill you. He watched
y speak to me, child, and say you are the house all day. I tried to elude
rity glad of your welcome!" him when I came out, but he saw me
SH "Had you been brave, like the men and came after."
behind those guns, you would have She drew closer to the trooper.
TOR, gone through their weak,,thin line and "I am afraid of him," she continued.
come to me. I amn not glad of the wel- "He will kill me. You won't let him
Andrews and come of a coward!" kill me?"
All through the weary days of starva- Her arms clasped him. about the
night. tion in the foul village to the north neck, and she placed kiss after kiss on
Sand in the purple forests around it his lips and cheeks. Mills was thor-
she had sighed to press the lips of this (sughly astounded at the whole pro-
same coward; had vowed eternal fealty cedure and stru'lh-il to protest. He
at the throne of his picturesque per- tried to put the trembling girl from
sonallty; had breathed fervent caresses him. Over her shoulder he saw a body
that the free evening air might waft creeping through the grass. At each
S them over the intrenched heads of the movement -something long and white
sullen armies to the vine clad balcony gleamed in the moonlight. It was a
where he was used to sit in the moon- stiletto. The figure stopped and
T^^ light. On the hot road homeward shie crouched as a leopard for a spring.
i had thrilled with joy that each heavy Mills thrust the girl from him just in
step brought forward the time of bliss- time to receive the shock. The knife
fui meeting and that each moment was was buried in his shoulder and drawn
a messenger from the day when they out. The trooper grasped the upraised
should walk between their wealth of wrist as it was descending toward his
rdw are friends down the long cathedral aislk. lieart. J.ie was light of weight, but
Then had come the pair of gray eyes, active and strong. Pain and loss of
and the vaunted will of the Cozenzas blood told greatly on Mills. The strug-
S had melted away like care at twilight, gle raged fiercely. Then there was a
The face of the youth became scarlet heavy fall, and a moment after the
Etc. Etc as itis sas, then white as his Palm. trooper, dripping with blood, staggered
' -- It is not the habit of a Latin to con- out to where his horse was tethered.
trol his passions, rather he cultivates A dark formn lay still in the shadow.
them to fierceness, but Jose choked As Mills drew himself into the saddle


back his fury. Perhaps the sunken, a girl's figure turned the corner of the
pallid face of the girl suggested physi- bull ring. H13 eu --r saw her again.
lcal or mental unbalance-perhaps he Next day th watch found the body
had learned diplomacy. Again he held of Jose with |is own stiletto in his
out his hands. heart. A. hein v gold ring lay in the
"Come, Manuela, these troublous pool of his l,hI .-New York News.
r times are passing, and -we'll be happy -,.
ra\vfrd again a when we strolled through the Pronoti'Convenfences.
rawford. groves by the harbor. Soy a kind word. "I feel .,tl.for (-"LC,,ln Amanda.
.. It will warm 30our hi-nirtn. and lbrir-hten sh iN"- Y v out .,-t."
L It will r t'e. Say that you are glad t see "Oh. 1 'j.-r '''"' She can learn to
PL N me. ay that you are gad t ee throw a arla nd keep her children
His tones were soft, his glances ten- at home."--'h go Record.
nost onlete der..a
ostin C t But the girl knew not restraint if the Nc- ed at Home.
'rlit the block to youth did. She spurned the outstretch- Little Wiite-Dc-nr, you ought to take
kte. , it in the ed hand with her own. A heavy gold some cod liver oil. Don't you think it
;i. ii re -.ulated ring fell from her thin finger and rolled is a good thipg,
)V' 'r airl of ten away it the dust. She looked at it a The Usual Brute--Yes-for the cod.-
ct ea.-,e. It has a moment, half stooped to pick It up, New York Press.
t o-f whi,.h makes then turned and walked away. She '
s five blades; l is gave the youth no word. The white ANTED-SE r A toBRIGHT ANDs
t.-ie,' .r weeding and red of his cheeks changed into Minagers inb ti and close abycciies.
a rake. Wrencbh each other like a struggle between Salaryv$900 a yearand expenses. Straight,
araI .',acmonts b right and wrong..- Right finally tri- hona-fide, no more no less salary. Posi-
iih .ths ilow at umphed.,for, although muttering In a lion permanent. Our references, any
$, '.75, with rage of anger, jealousy and humilia- hank in any t,,wn. It is mainly office
tion, he picked up the bang of gold. work conducted at home. Reference. En-
tHe wiped the dust off gently, touched close self-aidreszed stamped envelops.
the ring close to his lips and put It In THE DoOMINION CI,.MPA.r, Deph. 3, Chicago.
Shis pocket. He had put it on her finger Surprised I be congregation.
under the stars one night. Two little tfuls went to church alone.
When Trooper Mills rode into the It was only around the corner from
city next day, but one thought animat- their home, aud their mnamma knew
e .- ed his mind. Letters from his mother they would be safe. During the long
", -./ and his sweetheart were in the bag of sermIn tldy got tired, and the older
mall he was to take to camp from the oneu sUpio:.ing that the school rules
_-----r postofflce, and he wanted to get back held good nla church, led his sister up
.= to quarters as quickly as possible to in front (iof thtn pulpit and said, "Please
Splow, delivered secure them. So Trooper Mills clatter- may we go loue?"' Much surprised
'ill send th" B Bov the elerg:, uien, gazed at tlh?-In over his
factory for $4 50 De Witt'sLittle Early Risers purify the spectacles. 'hen lie unilesrtood. and
blood, clean the liver, purily the system. said. "Cii libiily. my chlill'lren." And
arm at anyv time. Famous little pills for constipation andI the two ,oIJ!ed oeut h ile the congre-
liver troubles. R. F. BrackiU & Son. nation suied-J.- Weekly Bouquet.


Crts and Monkey.
All animals, even the wildest, ce
objected in some way to the dom
of man and be domesticated to
extent. Here, for instance, are
'ery curious facts about cats.
persons, including some of our -gre
naturalists, believe that our En
domestic cat is descended from
Egyptian domestic cat, yet all re
go to prove that the cats of Egyp
*d in droves, were cared for in di
were fed in droves and worship
Iroves, with the result that Egy
ats never got domesticated or be
half as Intelligent as ours.
The like truth is suggested fro
dia, where monkeys are worsh
These are allowed to become
sances. They are fed, and they
ny amount of liberty. And what
consequence? They never lose
nunate savagery. The method o
ng for them has been wrong. A
devotion and care expended on
are practically wasted, and if we
ed our cats in the same fashion a
Indians do these monkeys they
become just as wild and indomes
ed.-Cassell's Magazine.
A loving Cup.
Naturally some of the ancient
customs are connected with the
dining. Gastronomy and the Gui
are inseparably associated. One
Mtst 'irious Uf these is the I':
of thylo\'in -' nlI_[p, which takes pl
all the guild dinners as well as
banquets of the corporation. Th
is a two handled oine with a lid.
one g.i--t Is holding the lid the
sips the spiced wine. A third, o
other side of the drinker, stand
Then, the brim having been wip
a clean napkin, the cup is passed
guest holding the lid. He drinks
turn, while his next neighbor
charge of the lid. In this way tI
nm kcs the round of the table.
This custom dates from Anglo-
times. The holding of the lid w
thin an act merely of courtesy, f
guest who held it was thus prev
from drawing his 'dagger and sta
the drinker, a playful after d
practice not uncommon in those
Meanwhile the guest who was
ing guarded the drinker from
sault from behind.-Good Words
The Inqauisutive Ten&gue.
The curiosity of the tongue (do
cause the human being so muich
ble as the curiosity of the eye. B
tongue, with:u.'its lmit-, is the
(-e'iious of Zll.
Let the dentist make a change
mouth, let him remove a tooth
place with his admirable artifice
that has long been absent, le
change the form of a tooth by r
ing off a corner or building up a
and see what the tongue will d
will search out that place, taking
ful and minute account of the cl
Then it will linger near the place
It is called to other duties, it
back as soon as they are disc
and feels the changed Ip'.ce al
again, as if it had not Cxplore
rummaged there already.
It makes no difference that the
peated investigations presently
annoyance to its supposed master
man. The tongue, in nothing
than in this matter proves that i
unruly member and will not D
trolled.
It seems to have an original w
consciousness of its own, and ti
will serve it except the fullest sa
tion of its curiosity. It will wea:
out, perhaps, but it will find o
about the strange change. -]
Transcript.
J. B. Clark, Peoria, Ill says
geons wanted to operate on me for
hutI cured them with DeWitt's
Hazel Salve." It is infallible fo
and skin diseases. Beware of c
feits. R. F. Brackin & Son.

Take Care of Your Ears.
Men and women have much tc
keep straight. A hundred nervi
muscles are at work all through
waking hours, giving warning
ceiving orders that the body, w
many joints and natural insta
shall preserve its equilibrium, sh
stagger ot- double up in a h<
heap. These nerves and muscles
highly organized signal service
chief offices of which are in the
circular canals buried in the
bonework that protects the inn
Were it not for these canals a 1
being would find it difficult, oft
possible, to maintain a proper h
either while walking or standing
So long as these canals are in h
working order their reports are
worthy, but when any undue foi
shocked them or any agency, s
sickness, has interfered with
workings their messages are in
ent. and the brain, like the engim


a battleship in action, when th
above are blinded and bewildered
nothing to do but let things go
lin (Md.) Herald.

Sinking Ducks Lay Black E;
Ae:.o,'diUg lo a writer in a
i ri.."]i.,t' paper, ducks fed on a
1.' tlhky will eat rIvre0ous1
unfl'reqtpi'E tly l.v black teghs. T
non is tiaIt thoir elgglhell is tin
'i'hi in i ioni. wld thiis combl)i'.ie
the tannin in the acorn to pro
go(d. fast ldilck. The same
states that if fowls are fed on
lobster shells they will lay b1rig
eggs.
kA Literary Note.
Th(e doniens of the forest w
gni'ziug a literary club.
"We nimst make the porcupine
dlet." said Br'er Wolf. "His s
ful or giodl points."
"*'e:';'it me." remarked Br'er I
"-m ri"',i'cnmend a reptile frii
iin,. lie can put up a rattling
,'. standard and Times.


ot -'e ;e tt r, an
oilicus se. K -::a .. a
nausea, Jdi.c, tion, cl:. They
valuable' to prevent a coka.or bre-i
fever. Mild, gentle; certain, they are
your confidence. Purely vegetable
can be taken by children or delicate
Price, 25c. at oll medicine dealers or
Vf C. 4 HoO S Co., Lowell, Mass,


E^2wjlalsB an be 11E5 S S n i Tt was at one of the recent reeptiottfi
I in lon MElS D All society :was there, and It wa. a'
some ..:1 ..- ..: PILES, brilliant occasion. One young "man who
two nad t w'et o ce ne lhas a reputation for brightness and
an refunded. instai.. o .... radical repartee begau throwing. bouquets at
ftany and permanent cure. No surgical operation required.
latest ,.... e, ,- .. ... ooft l. one of the fair yonu Ig ladies. "I beard
glish ,.... ..... ,...... .., ,,... somebody. a you were the Imo t
i the ilaARTRUclmY, .P1amaClt, LancarlSlti, charming dlutarut of the setiso.,' hke
cords to I vhiipeied to her.
pt liv- #,oid at St. Anurews Bay, Fla. "Oh, who was it', Mr. Bnlnkic?" he
roves, At Dr. Mitchell's Drug Store. a*ii.,l expec;anily.
)ed in I"Callfor free sample. "I I-an't t-ll now." he replied, "but I
'ptian will tell you some tilue."
came A SECTIONAL MAP "Oh, please do!" she pleaded.
SHe wasT obdlArate, and she wns ser-
m In- TT sIst t, and soon the other girls were
hiped W attracted to where the couple slood.
hnd U 1 I A 1 H "I think it Is real mean of you, Mr.
-have and tle lank, to arouse my curiosity. Aul
I and ithe e v what do ,you think, girls!" she Paid,
their B y n turning to thecrowd. e enrd so
f car- l i U :: nice about me and won't tell who
11 the --said it"
them W\d have made arrangements by "Yes, I did bear that she wal t!he
treat- which we can furnish this fine MA \P most (!!i,'inin. de,.lI.aint of the sea*
as the covering about eighteen r, uaI- .son," spoke rp Mr. l ink.
would of territory, including the Cincinnati l", "i lt -u,.t pget tl name of
ticat- Company's Tract, also Harrison, i.;. iadmnir. t
Parker, Cromanton, and adjacent "Your ni,,l *r." nn .wvred tile young
country, for tnm'. And u'w theii nii''er speak as
t city ONE DOLLAR. they pass.-.M:.nipl.is .zi-nitar.
art of Or given for 5 cash yea:iy su'scriptlloias
ildhall The MOt .0.nrieti .Mnchlne Tool.
of the By the aid of this map the location o r.,. e cau I. I very little ',bt that
s.:,si, lands pui chiated of the 'in .iiI L the I ,, ri ,"..s wheel. or potter',s lallw, as
ace at Com paniy can I 11-ilv ',.*i t:iii,'l it ... i-,, ,...i rlevii'r-ent-t.- t it ay tlhe
at the or, parties may .-,1. I .i ] I :* .1I t.:i'r ..- a uc f,:i:n of machine tool
Ie cup description and we will l.-...:I ti ;t I ... t.' stliy suw rtiL
Vhile lotq ,nd return the 1Ma], by iil. records of the trades nod "oeenpartun
Sne t l ,;. -' .. su, t tle eC lonU
on the A dress .H l .., .' i. . ;thi ,ucient. Egyprtans
ds uth St. Andrews, Fla. the po;tI r ::.1 hiI. whiel hnv- l:.ena
led by For 5 cash subscriibcr,. we will give as founC d fl,-- i' ...1i ly ilpiclt-d. and It Is
to the a premiuni, 1 Sectional Map of the P.iy V err..' .- to iu-ar llhit-1 liirt lit~h the al-
in his country, or I Map of the City of St.. A tsiost '**vr.iilt -- geint' iolu slii-e that
takes dr ews. Either naO solid sinlv-$Il *t:m this cr.rde typef I. Ialnhir hnto undu-r-
he cup --.-- ---- no :.: i njl Imidilciltiloi-
n "'u lIh nI I 1.1 Pi,'tiveIt ,n,,1 was ,.vi(,i,,lly a
Saxon Our Clubbing List. roun1 tnble -,- on a pivo and
as not The BUOY has made very liberal clut free to re -olve,. li.-j urnrtiil liy hand
or the l l at inl,. ;ial,. and ti. this d..-vice. there
rented Ibing arrangements within a fei" ot the very were Ihil-Jd In the course eof lime wich
ibbing !est publications in the country and for sim ple ii',.ni h .h isi a table to .lup-
dinner lie present call send for a whole year poit jt and a foot ora li:.1 pow.ir turu-
times. The BUOY and i.. llr., ', i.- ii ,di.-islav,l in recent
stand- Leslie's lllusiratled Weekly for... t3.0 y rs in ;.' a few" isolated ia-sA
an as- Dcnimorest's Ml.agIzine............ 1.7.. by .('tu l cn. ne p w,.r ilriv;!iar. in
Detroit Free Press: (twice-a-week g'ineral use. 'howe cr. the po ter's
and Yea i'iloolt). .. ...... ... 1.70 wv!'t'cl of the pe ,nt( ** l.-ars l tbhe
The Fla T. U. & Ci'izen, daily for, $!) 9 > .1.. .a ,icri.is of t oe hicb. 4.t"0
es 1not do weekly,for$l 85 f. , o,
trou- Sc;ientific Amnric' .... 3 i 50 rs o(r more .:,o served. l Io turn oullt
ut the Farmer and Fruit Grower" .. 2 55 )ctte' ryu attcL-i -;'p1..able tase
tmosl Flolida Agriculturist 2 55 lAd .ill.-t'a.sse s ag:izlue.
do clhib.1of 5, each 2 2.5.
in tht Farin Journal, Philad'a, monthly l 10 C(Nt of a Loaf of renal.
or re- Cincinnati Enqiuirer twice a week The average "pound loa"r of fresh
e oe 8 large pages each issue. ..1 7.) borena sold by bakers, says a (ol.lge'
e ohle AtlaiitatConstitution . 1 7 .,f.I' *. "., -'.'*i1 .I <'n i!n av-erageabout
t hul N. Y. World (th rice a whI )........ I )ne p,l un, u one oune,. p AIt:ud loaf p
cavity Fori any or either -of the above publicai i'nad cn ",. i!id-ah, firo-n about three*-
o. I lions ini-connection, with the BUOY, ad- a,-,. i 'f : uiril f iri',. about 2:
g care i-9ss all orders to I'THE liUOY'. '"r i : it of water b,',.'Wa nlidded to the
change. St. Andurews. Flau'r al u .>i i ;','*-.'. r bru',-lniak-
ce. If -. 11 th o ., :r -,5 to.1 I) pe1 r c( nt
c r-e. If :Iy- - - . i ,' li, i i ;!.!'.j;'i'd. niakiuv
h a r g e d ;:,. t ) 6 ', -. u t-< r T!. .i i.i t. o un a l w e ig h t
l over G radu ur.,..
d and Is prepa 1 to t : 2 t.: i.i i' r lour It h- es.
ese re-' WOOD AND ) FFNICE PO)STS teO ,:, r tr.,.,. a .volin,
cause and deliver them at reasonable ratWt^ .dati' ta ,t" *' ,:i I.e ti::de. not 'outlit-
er, the If vou need labor with team, call.upon ,' r :. i .0t centi. a
SJ i \' : ; .' ..', for -'iji lre n
ore ol *i. I .. f dr cv i of tr e
ill and *;:I- ns ,' i ,i i.>,t h.;i.:l .ats s. as In
... f i . t-t u d r fav a-
,tisfac- 1 1 '. .. ',,.. t'i- I, :... a. .:-."y am uuI nt
r itself (otfcn up with g -'at c'aire 'y lthe I ,.r uL .r" i:',
out all publisher, who has ared no1 pains 11a 1 er
Boston to pjrepar e.or the p: hOlie i; iap ofl A :. :;.,. : '. ," :::aii Tloui.'
St. Andrews as it really is. It shows ` .;.. a i 1: .fe or f ;, iii -
: Sur-aboutiil
piles, FOUR MILES OF' Oi~ T LNIEf, '.. i,,*'',.,: ...ir-l
r Witch xxtendinhl east,\waid i : om 0 D)yer's 0'. .I. Ci l.. !, i -I lit lne-
ouniters Point, taking in the (Old own site ol 0 't *' ,'T U.a.-.
St. Andrew 1s, and gives ovation ol A- '*r (... .." : '. a d
public business pllates, p vate rei- t i "....- i r
dences, docks, etc., alai e cry lotin ., ,. ; 7 "
do to each block and the aIjoining addi- ....
es and tion to the Cinc'iriaii Coinpaity's .. .t I', ,, ... -. .
gh the land with a full les riptionii of the ;.'S", m
or re- same. "-,:+-]! w'i.-;n':t Cr:''..'". .*t, .
*ith its The Map will siho w owners of lots "' fr' '' I'""
ability' in the city just were ilhey ; re lo- -' .. I
ipeless cate(l, anl is of valtS t(o those think- "')Rt< cf ih :i do." lutihfe dI1pl.uiait
s are a ing of buying property. t ei to, o... f oi'her tiai;s. -aur-
e, the Size of Map 30x50 Iniches. day Evening Post.
semi- T'ie BUOY will send this map to any ., .
stony" address on th3 receipt of Two men of soioutherti m.nitr f
human ONE DOLLAB speech ,+ere tlairi of a mutual friend
en im- ana ed Elcnry. **' ; **. S ""'
ence- Or given as at premium f' 5 year '"Did Il,.::. eveh get ma'fed to that
still, cash u'ecrintiois. young aIdy in Menhphis?" Astked one.
healthy The other shiook his head and re-
trust- 0.YA SO YEA plied: '*NO. osh. W\he, Het .ot
ree has EXPERIENCE dewn tbeahh he foundhe had tO tnke
uch as his nurnbeh end stand in line so ;is to
their be- able tO see the young lady, so he


Ineoher- cnm.,2 away."--Chicago lItcord. -
neer of R o
e The rPursult of Pleanur*.
le has W gVe smile at the ignorance of the
.-Ber has TRADE MARKS savage who cuts down the tree Ia or-
).e DD1ESGNS der to reach its fruits. But the fact
COPYRIGHTS &C. is that Ia blundur of this descrlptlon
Antvon, t' i rlri n 1o.'1.-.', cii cd d .,' .ir I l-In mia.1
f .ui.i- a n.r .i:r ,1. .i.n trte nm an is made by evtry person who Is over-
ggs. i ,, t ..l'n eager and impatient in the pursuit of
French s.,'afr.... i i. it : e,)r c : pt pleasure.
Pao1sntii agea t!r.',11--io Muon & (,. t ple asur.t
iCOrnl5 ar.ial ti, ree, hrliou cha, d, ui ltheA 'el D e a>nen __l
.y. U eA W ell e en
'Il no c lfic ricatI. Tecr, of e ls
he raa
tura!ly A ,-,n.: ii ei,','' weekly. T.re,-t r i plain to me why the way of the trans- .
si\,'th r7 ,I i. ral. 'i ,, a gressor is hard?
duce a C3G13roday. HNe Y.ok Scholar-1 guess it's because It's
paperM .,,'. F. v st., : t. I 1 traveled so much.-Ohlo State Jour.
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