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: January 4, 1900
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: VID00066
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ST. ANDREWS BAY,

First Last, and all the

STime!


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Washington County

SAND
V ,est Florida-

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VOL. IX.


ST. ANDREWS BAY, FI


NO. 414


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OFFICIAL DIRE 'IORY, .

UNITED STAThMt.
Senators- Hun. Sam'l Pas,.i, Montlcljlu,
Hon S. R. Mallory, Pensacola.
Representatives- Ist District, S.M. pArkL
man. TnIIapa; 2d District, R. W.
'anvis, Palatka. -
Land Ofiice-Ilegilser, W..G. Rolinson;
Reeiter-H-.S. Chuhh, Gainesville.
NVATE.
*invernor-W. D. Bloxham; Secretary ofe
Stale, J. L. 3rawford; i'reasurer, J. B.
Whitfield; Attorney General Win. B. La-
mar; Comptroller, W H Reynolds; St.-
erinlendenlt if Public Inslruclion, WV.
1. Sheets; Comnnmissioner of Agricul--
lure, L. ii. WoI pilvell; AJ.djuta>i il, e -
era l, Patrick Hou iton. Talilta seeB.
U S. S.NATOrn.
First Districtl-. R. Mallory. Pensacola;
secondd Vislrict,ainmirl Pi'sen Monticello.
8r. '-' SENA.-r-in.
rwentv-fifthi District---J. B. Clarke, We-
WASHINGToroN COUNTY.
tpreeCitaltive. W. G. C-)lehi:in, Vernon;
Counly Jludge, D. 1). Melvin, \ ernn;
Clerk ol Court, County Clerk, Recorder
of Deeds, W. B. Las-ilter, Vernon;
Sheriff, C G. Allen, Chipley;Treasuicr,
G. J. 'aliish, Ve'riuin; Tia Collector. A:
0. Juines, Vernon: Tax Assessor. J.
W Williams Cliljihv: Supe'rinteniide t
of Pulllic lioriuction, W I. Lockey.
Chipley; Surveyor, P. L. Hoin, Orange
Hill.
ST. AsnuiEws.
Ja(tice of the Peace. W. Singleterry;
Notary Publics, W. A. Enimonp, C. H.
Crippen: Deputy Circuit Court Clerk.
W. A. Eammons: School Directors, It.
F. Bratkin,, W. I. Singletarv, L. M.
Ware; i'ost Mnster, L. M. Ware
HARtrisoN.
Postmistress, Mrs. M. B. Jenks.
P'AYKaR.
?,stmnaster and Notiry Ptublic, W. iH.
Parker.
PITTSBURG.
?oattnistress,-Mrs. Hassellcorg.
AiDRasoN.
Pustnmastes, S. W. Anderson
GAY.
r' etmaiter, Mrs. R.Gay.
BAY HFAD.
Postmaster, Martin Post.
FAIMDALI. .
?'ostmastei, H. J. Johnson.
WVrTAFPro.
Postmistreps, Mrs. Dyer.
WEST BAY,
Poatmaster, P. N. Hulcl]innol.
CooK.
Postoffice on Laird's Mill Bayou.

C(AI.HU. N CoU'TV--CROMA'STONS.
i*otary Public, Frank Hoskins; Postmams-
ter,'hos. J. B. Mauger; County Com-
taissiouer, Hintain 3M. Spice; Deputy
Cierk of (,orts. S.8 T. Walklay.

E1 1 1 ( 10 Ll S.
Metlhodist-Church cor. WVNshinglon i'r e
aait-- "" ' "r?.- -.. '
P. n .every a eril .t at t e
Y. P. S. C. EI.-l'r:' yer meeting at the
Predl -'erian church every Sunday after--
soon at 3:30 o'clock. All are invited.
Bpliplt -ClhiirCl', corneT of WyQining
alen-i3 and Cincintiali street. Church
Sonferar -: Itutday before fourth Sunday
at 4 p.m. Sunday school every Sunday at
3:30 a.m. Preaching second and tourtir
Sundays in each iintlli.Rcv. S.L.Loud-
ervnilt, pastor
rreshlyterianu-Chiurclt corner Loraine
*en ue aitd Drake street; Rev. R. J.
M 8undal of each month at 11 o'clock a. m.
4id a.o 7 p. m. Sunday Scool at 9:30
a. m. every Sunday,Jolin Stunrock, Supt.
3athlolic-Cbturchl corner Wyoming are-
eu anid Foster street.
THIE MAILIS.
The northern mail, via Anderson, Gay,
Bayeiied and Chiplev departs every day
except Sunday at 3:00 o'clock; a. m.;
arrives every day except Sunaay at
7:40 p. m.
East Bay mail for Harrison, Cromanton,
Parker, Farndale and Wetappo, leaves
St. Andrewa going east every morning
at 6 o'clock and leaving Wetappo at
1 *'clock, arrives, coming west every
evening at 7 o'clock.
ST. ANDREWS BAY, CHIPLEY &
VERNON TELEPHONECO.
SCHEDULE OF RATES:-For each five
minutes, or fraction thereof, use of
Phone:
Between St.Andrews Bay & Gay.... 15c
Bayhead 20c
S" Chippley. 35c
Chipley & Bayhead....... 25c
*" Gay............ 30o
Bayhead &Gay........... 1 c
For transmission by telegraph 10c.
extra, not incl ding teleraphic service.
W. A. EMMONS. Gen'l Mgr.


I INESS DIRECTORY,
W. A. EMMONS,
1lputy CIrcuit Court Clerk and No-
tary Public for the State at Large; has
jurisdietion to administer oaths, take
atdavi'.s, legalize acknowledgments,
4 to.,aiiywhiere in Florida. Special at-
tentioni given to land conveyances anti
to marriage services,, and license issued
to lawfully qualified parties. Office at
t De BUOY Ofice, St. Andrews Bay.

DR. J.J. KESTER,


i1omeopathic Physician und Ac-
eouhelr. Office Pioneer Drug Store,
eornerof Shell avenue and Michi-
gan street,
St. Andrew - Florida

DR. W. (. MITCHELL,
rhkvician and Dru-giat. Commerce st.,
east of B'iviiw, Offers his prot'esaional
services to the citizens of St. An-
drews and vicinity. Residence on Buena
Vist avenue.

C. H. CRIPPEN.
Notary Public.
Willattend oro.mptlj to all business de-
mialding his alleintion. Office on Bav-
view street, one block northeast of T.
C Danford's store
BUTLER & FLOYD,
.-Attorneys at Law,
CHtprav. V WAbHINTON COUNTY, FLA

fjtLaa Tirlesi and Collections we
make a Spcoialty.,


PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
One dollar a Year in Advance.

WILLIAM A. EMMONS
Editor and Proprietor.
bisplay adrates 50c per inch per month
Position and extraordinary condition
rates subject to special agreement.
'Local Drillt," 5c per line, first insertion
2,1e each subsequent. Display locals
double above rates.

Kiss and Make It Well.
J sit Lt my window and s w and dream,
While mv little boy at play
Beguiles my thoughts ftokn hem and
seam
As he frolics the livelong day;
But time and again- le-comc-4o me
WAth a sorrouwul tale to tell.
And mother., must look at the scratch or
bump,
Tiieu kiss and thak6 it well.

So I kiss his head and his knee and his
arm;
And the dear little grimy hand;
And who can fathom the magic charm,
And who can.understand;
For T even kiss when he bites his
tongue,
And love works its mystic spell,
For there's never a cut, or a scratch or
a bump,
But a mother can kiss it well.

'Tis a foolish whim, do you say? Abh,
yes!
But the foolish things of earth
Have taught the wise, since a little
child
In Bethlehem had His birth.
And we know that many an older
heart-
We know but we do not tell-
Will never be free from its bitter smart
Till kisses have made it well.
-May Eliis Nichols in Woman's Home
Companion.

The First Year.
The .year is nearly gone, my child-
Your only year, or, rather,
Four months have passed since first you
smiled
Upon your blushing father.
The aurse scoffs at my unctious claim
That you in infant frolic
Grinned at your dad; she vows that
samo
Grin meant a touch of colic.
When babes are new, so J amn told,
I kilnowv same"babiedi gray a-Ca Oa
Who don'L find life all pleasure.*
You were a solemn little chap
When we became acquainted;
I dubbed you saint and watched your
nap-
You're not as fair as painted.
What lonely nights we walked the
floor!
'Twas I did all the walking.
And how you bawled! and how I swore,
And set the neighbors talking!
No doubt your voice will ring some day,
Full eloquent and pure;
But don't be so ambitious, pray,
While yet so mature.
Still, darling infant, you are fair,
Though ofttimes passing doleful;
You look a cherub lying there,
With eyes so big and soulful.
If chance we spank your nether parts
And often seem to flout you-
Why, brightest jewel of our hearts,
We couldn't do without you!
-Chicago Record

What Pays.
I love to tend the spellin' match,
Though, gracious! how I spell.
But that don't matter none to me,
I know that she can, well.
She spells 'em all down, ever' time,
An' as we homeward go,
She has her arm hung snug in mine-
That's why I go, you know.

I love to tend the singin' school-
There most boys have a time.
But I don't sing, nor have no fun,
Though she can sing sublime.
You'd ort to hear her sing a tune!-
Au'when the singin' 's out,
An' we start home, her hard's in mine
I almost give a shout!
I love to tend the country church
On ever' Sunday night-
Though I come short on wvorshipin'-
But she, you bet, 's all right.
An' when I ask her if "I mought,"
She says "You mought." An' so
I slip my arm around' her waist,
An' happy, homeward go.


I love to tend the huskin' bee--
The "kissin' bee," some say.
But that's no fun for such as me-
The kissin' 's all in ulay.
But when she gets her jacket on,
An' we start home, w'y this
Is what pays me fer goin' there,
In earnest, then, we kiss.
--Edwin P. Haworth.

How lonesome you are, oh, trees,
Since the beautiful days are gone,
Cheerless and cold, and bare and old,
In the shadows of early dawn;


How n, lflonesme t a .ho n ra lvflt un


ziAW 1Jjuebo u "u Yo ') u" u' now r Y
eith tlhe nursery mailmi d


seem,
While the flowers they sleep, and sleep,
and dream.

The modern and most effective cure for
constipation and all liver troubles-the
famous little pills known as De Witt's Lit-
tle Early Riser,, R F. Brackin & Son.


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A Unique Christmas Present. to pieces!"
[Concluded.]. "Who's killed the baby?" exclaim-
"I'm a-going into that room and ed one of the men, "'Wihy in ithe
see for myself what's in there," said dence can't you speak with some
Mrs. Hunt, "Gordon Ward ai:n't kind of sense?"
a-going to disgrace my family with "His baby!" said Angelih, "lie
no suspicious babies, not if I know brought it home in a blithilet! It
myselff" quawked dreadfull. We botll heard
"Hadn't we better call Stella?" it. And it was all bloody hen it
"You jest let Stella alone. She's attacked Mary Jane! Her fal front
in the kitchen frosting a cake for a was tote right it) two. I alw y ~.iail
Christmnas surprise for Gordon. he -"as a wretch! Oh, Lordy, Lordy.
She'll know soon enotfgh. You hold wiat shall 1 do?" ,
your tongue, Angeline. I'll get that "Whlo's killed a baby?" thuindlerel
miserable baby and confront hiin the policeman, grasping Angeline by
with it! And Stella shall have a the a.tiu and shaking her as if hie


divorce and alimony, and a good lhot hoped to sliake her into her senses.
(f it, too. G..:,l.. rich, and Pi Je's heie in the" -....
make him pay \well for this, or my less lie's escaped, and-- j
name's not Mary Jane Huint!" "Wlhat in thunder is all this row
Mrs. Hunt crept soltly along the about?" roared Gordon mWard, ap-
passage-way, followed by Angeline, hearing on thi scene with 111ne slipper
and cautiously enclosed the dressing ten and l4- other in his lhan., "aren
room door. As she stepped inside, you crazy, Angeline? and what's
an unearthly shriek rang through thesemene here for?"
the place, and a small, red object "Grab him!" cried Aigeline.
with blood dripping from its body "Don't let him escape! He' onght to
flew from the dressing table, "lit" on be burnt at the stake."
Mrs. Hunt's shoulder, clawed off lier "I arrest you for the innl'er of
false hair. and, seizing her Roman your baby!' said one of thep' lice-
nose in a vi-e-like grip, wrung it till mnen, laying a heavy hand on Ward's
the blood flowed. Mrs. Hunt, dazed shoulder. '
and blinded, screamed for help, anI "My baby!" cried Ward, stunned
Angeline, with one frantic yel! flew with amazement.
from the room and down the stairs "You'll march along with us to
and inta the street, shrieking at the the station," said the other man,
top of her voice: "-olice! Police! "come along now, no anLies!c,
Murder! Fire! Police!" At this moment Mrs. Hlnri came
A couple of the guardians of the tearing down the stairs wt.lh the
public safety, happened to be flirting monkey clinging to her aniyvelling


they rushed to the scene.
"What is it? Whore is it?" they
cried in cotlcert.
"-He's killed the baby!" shrieked

Angeline, "And Mary Jane's all tore


as only a thoroughly enrag d inun-.
key can.
"I'm killed and niurderl,l and
massacrayed!" shrieked M,1h II1nt.
flinging herself wildly upon ti e neal.
est officer; 'and its no balh at all!

,4


It's the devil himself in a red coat!" The P'lanter's Devendence onu
And ii, less than a second the mon- Good ee(ls.
I;ey leaped fronm Mrs. Hunt upon the Without good, fresh, fertile see Is,
shoulder of the m o the good crops are impossible. It is,
aud the way the air and whiskers then, of the utmost im nrtance that
and the way the hair and whi-kers Pi
flw asa spe le to hold. Andyou should exercise the greatest po.--

the burly officer under the tress otilcautioninelectin the eed
the sharp little claws which rakeI you are to plant the coming season.
Since you cannot deternline their fer-
,wu his cheek and left a glowi ,g utility or freshness by sight, the only
track of blood in their wake, yelling t s h i
like a C nh ndicertain wavto inpe yourself against
lke a Conmanche Indian on t. war


liaLh, broke f.jr the first opening that
presented itselh, which happened to
I.,o the kitchen donr, and knocking
Siella anIl thli cook down in his mad
inns.te,.-he climbold on the table, andi
Al i,-,,)..hyr fro 'a
hi, t"e' an to swish it about him
with Ira ic energy.
"Mei fl heavens!' exclanmel the,
girl we, as sLe picked herself up
Iinli tho ruins of that Christmas
ce. "what is it? Who are you?
W\. it are you here for?"
"'He's killed his baby!" cried An-
geline. "Oh, Stella, ci's killed it
and murdered it."
"Baby?" said Stella, "whose baby?"
"Gordon's baby," said Angeline,
"your husband's baby."


worthless seeds is to buy only those
that bear the name of a firm about
whose reliability there is no question.
There are no better seedsmen any-
where, and ndne whiv have a higher
reputation r>.r integt ity ili. tn D. M.,
Ferry & O6., ot Duti-oil, Mic',I. Fee-
ry's seeds have been a synonym for
good seeds for many years. Thous-
ands ot gardeners who cointuue to
plant them season after season, do so
with the full confidence that they
will uniformly be found to be of high
vitality, and most importattt of all,
true to name.
Ferry's Seed Annual for 1900 is
fully up to the standard of foremen
years anA, will be welcomed by all
who hav:e heiinod to regard it as a
thoriimghel ,reliable and practical


said Stella, with determination, '**lat
thing on your head, Mr. Policeman,
is a monkey, and lie's been into my
paint box, or I miss illy g1less.
Tl'hat's geranium red on his legs.
G, rd-oit, hbw came that creature
here?"
"I-I bought him for a Christmas
present ft y un, dear, you knew \ 1
said yoe would be erite -tlvy hapI y if
you only hi.d a dea little cunning
monkey for a pet."
S"Good land of Goshen!" cried Ain-
geline, "bought a monkey I always
knoiwe inu, was, fools! I always
said so!"
"Take him off 'n mie!" exclaimed
the policemant, "the confoundedi nas-
'ty beast! he's chawed lmy veft eat off.'"
"I thought you'd be so pleased
,ji ,h l i,,, ." e:i.1 G.c d.,a. lit vi- '
L aidm flundg her arms
. t tud hel r c-.r h b.ianl' iteck, ;"k .,l,
exclaimed:
"And so I am, dearest! I am just
delighted! and you are a darling to
think of it, and there couldn't be
anything so cunning and sweet as
that dear little cute monkey! Come
right here, you precious little pet and
lot me hug you!"
And Beppo, wou by t'he sweet
voice, gave a shriek of delight and
jumped upon the shoulder of his mis.
ties, and cuddled down his ngly lit-
tle face to hers, and beamed on the
spectators with a knowing wink of
his diabolicei eye that poke more
eloquently than words.
Call around at Brentari's tomor-
row, at about eleven," said Gordon,
confidentially to the policemen, "and
we'll have a little something to the
success ot my wife's Christmas pres-
ent-and mind you, no notes given
tA those confounded reporters."
And the men, with happy smiles,
wished him good evening, and.de-
parted wita a comfortable Jeeling at
their hearts.
Mrs. Hunt and Angeline curtailed
their Christmas visit, and it cost
Mi,. Hunt fiveAollars for a new set
of fltiz2zes-a bill which it is said
'mt, l-e" y --a id -ll-t uo meia ';itioIn
,.WT ,,h-- t,:e-qy-- i~l i.. .. .. .1:60


of the tact that a fortnight was cut
off from the visit of his wife's rela-
tions.
And the monkey is still a pet, but
Stella had the tmuff and the jarden-
iere all the sam,.

"I am indebted to One Minute Cough
Cure for my health and life. It cured ma
of lung t-ouble following grippe," Thous-
ands owe their lives-to the prompt action


obtained free by addressing their tirn
as above.

A Di ^iulit lk.
A Ne'-w !ugl:.nud ywomanu i-, th3e ,Cw0,r
)f a hen't w'V:e')h aopears to eh:)ow-e herr
urroun:;i;;.C v with a di;scrihniuatiag
lye.
Soon after her pr'.o,'ut owner ac
uii-;ed the h "nh she discovered the (crea
tii.. ftjiu'.nl ess for stepping into tlhe
house w'ii;teV'er she could effect an
entr-,c .ae, :ml l.n.ug an 1igg on the
down .cov;:!,ct which orna'iiieuted the
bed in the i;est chamber."
One day ihe en managed to ge't in
unobser:ved iur:ing a season of sweep-
in.g. and h.er presence was only dis-
covered as shi made her way hastily
out of the sidem door. cackling with tri-
amph, t.aoic ti:ui- later.
As the best room coverlet had been
ant of the way during the sweeping,
the tuistre:-s of the house looked about
for the egg which she felt sure had
been laid somewhere. She found it.
itfer !, -.i' -' i .-"-:-'- s -. .'. h. on the

b. tV;- aii.n a cblu. -:;.i. .-i e-.s ati a
.I!.KS V"a(.e
No:hing on the mantelshelf had been
disturbed. although just how the hen
had managed the delicate business will
aever lie known.- .-Youth's Companion.
BMerely a Question of Spellng.
He was the engineer of an ocean
liner and p'ided himself on his knowl-
edge of electricity. On one of his brief
stays at home he accompanied his
t ife to v party. The subject of elec-

tricity coming up. heindignautly com-
bated the idea that it was possible for
two people to produce an eectricaln cur-
rent through the body of a third by
simple physical contact. Hlls wife and
a friend said they would prove it and,
lead ig him to a window, told him to
puil~?up his sleeves and place both
hands flat on the glass. They then, on
either elde. took a firm grip on nis
wrists. At the end of a few moments
his wife said:
"Don't you feel a pain. Willy?".
"No!" he replied and returned a like
negative to a second and a third In-
quiry.
At his third response most of the
company began to laugh, and it sud-
denly flashed into his mind that the
pronunciation of pain and pane was
the same.-New York Tribune.

Wouldn't Sell His Name.
Soon after General Iobert E. Lee
went to Lexington, Va.. the presidency
of an insurance company was offered
to him at a salary of $10,000 a year.
iHe was at that time receiving only $3,-
000 as president of the Washington
and Lee tii:'-e..i;ii3. "We do ntot want
you to J:--l::v.;c ny duties, general,"
said the agent. "We simply wish tlW
use of your name. That will abun-
intlimy compensate us."
"Excude me, sir," was the prompt
and decided rejoinder. "I cannot con-
sent to receive pay for services I do
not render."
Nearly every mail' brought him simi-
lar proposals, and jTIst a short while
before his death a large and wealthy
,orporat;on in New York city offered
him i$5'.000i per annum to become its
president. But he refused all such of-
fers and quietly pursued his chosen
path of duty.-Ladies' Home Journal.


ot this never failing remedy. It cures Accommodated.
coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, pneumo- The matjager of the clothing depart-
nia, grippe and throat and lung troubles. ment opened his envelope on pay day
Its early use prevents consumption. It and scowled.
is the only harmtess remedy that gives "Look here, Miggs," he said to the
immediate relief, R. F. Brackin & Sou. cashier. "this is the fourth time in suc-
cession you have paid me with three
When Henry Irving Was Hissed. $20 bills, and I'm getting tired of hus-
"I was hissed every night for a week tling around to get them changed.
when I was playing the provinces Suppose you work your big bills off on
about 85 years ago," said Henry Irving some other fellows for awhile, begad!"
to a writer in Ainslee's. "I was given "Mr. Miggs," spake up a calm, un-
an teng-r.amint as leading man in a emotional, businesslike voice from
very small lliater, and before I made somebody who was sitting inside the
my bow to the audience I learned that railing with a newspaper in his hand,
the man whose place I had taken was "for the next four weeks you will
very popular in the vicinity and that please save Mr. Whackham some an-
the people strongly disproved of the noyance by keeping one $20 bill per
way in which the management had week out of his envelope."-Chicago
forced him to retire, so that when I Tribune.
made my appearance the audience ...... .
showed their disapproval of the mana- The bank checks passing through
ger by strongly hissing the successor the clearing houses in Loudon and New
to their favorite, and they kept it up York in one month exceed the value'-f
for a week. It was a very unhappy all the gold and silver coin In tife
week for me."- wqrld..
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("4

You may have heard
about SCOTT'S EMULSION
and have a vague notion
that it is cod-liver oil with,
S its bad taste and smell and

all its other repulsive fea-
tures. It is cod-liver oil, the
purest and the best in the
world, but made so palata-
ble that almost everybody
can take it. Nearly all

children like it and ask for
more.

SCOTT'S

EMULSION
looks like cream; it nour-
ishes the wasted body of
the baby, child or adult
better than cream or any
other food iXjexistence .It
bears about the same ria-
tion to other emulsions that
cream does to milk. If you
have had any experience
with other so-called "just as

good" preparations, you
will find that this is a fact.
The hypophosphites that are
combined with the cod-liver oil
give additional value tolit because
they tone up the nervous system
and impart strength to the whole
body.
Sc oc. and $,.oo, all druggists.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chenits, New York.


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Vc sto ;md the Test.
One of the lhercest te-sts given ap-. -
plicants.who go before theLcivil service
conmnissionb c:ds cf exlaminers is i 1
the forin of prainrwt matter, which Hi "
to be copied vw;tlouiit a single. eilr .
It is said to be surprising to find how
:nayijntol!-;ent Iptop! find it impossi-
ble to p:'opl'ly stand thi- test. They'
can frequently correct errors in lan-
guagoe whhhii thety ce.unct copy \er-
batixn.
The:'e v-a lately p.n r ..: : who
shI-e d lis aiptitude for tlis work. 111
was given I)intedl page and told to
COlpS" it.
Vant jnt lk t" ?" lie asked;
"'V'itlut a ch;oa ge," the examiner
replied. "
The w 1 o. T,-e:L The | .:'"- :la t-
Tor -V.as O o- -%' I -' \\%i -s
'. r .l .' S .1 .* n ia llr T
[ e -t .l !.! I,-'t V, t; '.ii. t ,u a bll llli 1fl
ill that ; i'-. r .- i r. Ini t ;'l.-u it
rias tur cd in the: :" ;. i n V .II i:.i :;r-
Ad Vy sp- clk. 'I :, *. i :i ill
-he work. a.nid lIe ,, :i; .. ,f
100 on that port.. : I' :1.: 1 411:1-
tion I and today is isi I:.' I .-t_-: iin
:nost trusted emnioyees in the *-. :fr-ae
)f the co. ii, si:-,, where be was dle-
tailed shortly aftr t:akiug his examii
Iaticn.--V1wnshinlgtont Star.

nle Dud; a C-t.
In a r;'al eounmunity in Oe- of Itlh
mid st tf-s ,'velt a mIan who made
I v,'.:Nw l- I ; t...t he v-o.n] -wear his
. .l, I : l l"s :' C-i; .':n u ed until J lhdl
C. l.'eln n't s ,' ':! i, kzectet d p -eiilent
1: ke; t!h-at vov .-nl 4,0 v-';i) s t thed

en; of vhfch t1.e be had ear'y al hal?
bus,'hcl of hair on his head an.i face.
Then, coming' to the coucl:sin,. to-
ward which 'h!s mind had been. gradu-'u
ally work',ng fo-' a1 l-ng lin., that C'u-
eral Fremoint's d-ath in the iutervlil
had practically absolved him from hbi
vow, he decided to have his hair cut
and his beard shaved off clean. On
his next visit to the county seat he
went to a barber shop and was soon
relieved of the hirsute burden lhe had
carried for four decades.
"How much?" he asked.
"Have to charge you half a. dollar
for that job," said the barber, looking
at the mass that lay on the floor.
"Half a dollar!" he gasped. "Don't I
get anything for the hair?"-Youth's
Companion.

True Dream of Br'er WilliamS.
"Atter dis," said the old colored
farmer, "I ain't gwine tek nobody's ad-
vice 'bout whar I orter keep my money;
You know, Br'er V, lni.i.s tol' me dat
banks ,wuz ,.*,-ai-,--lait dS:y ill tlim
fallin en .Wallh-ium up Wli.It yv" puts
In 'nmi"
"Dat what he done! En he say, 'V'en
yo' sells yo' cotton, tek yo' money ed
dig a hole in de ground en bury it.' "
"En yo' done lak he say?"
"I did. fer sho'! En what yo' reckon?
Br'er Williams gone ter bed dat night,
en, please God. le see money in his
dream, en whilst he wuz in a trance
en walking in his sleep de sperit what
wnz a-movin er 'im led right whar dat
money wuz, en 'fo' he knowed it he had
done digged it up en lef' do state wid
it!"--Atlanta Cornt ,:tut1on.


Give a youth resolution na'ld the al-'
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his (en;r!-.r?


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NoTZ.-It must be remembered that the
wind is not a wholly reliable motive pow-
er and if the sailors sometimes find it im-
possible to make schedule time it must le
el arged to the elements; they do the best
they can.

The steam tug Lizzie Frank, re-
cently purchased by the St. Andrew
Lumber Company arrived Sunday-
from I'ensacola and proceeded di-
rectly to MAllyille.
The schooner Nettie arrived from
Pensacola Friday afternoon bringing
most of the delayed Christmas goods
for the bt. Andrews merchants. She
sailed out again yesterday afternoon.
PACKET SCHOON El

L. E. DANFORD, -- MASTER.
Leaves St. AndrEWs Bay every Tesdav,
leaves .Peusacola every FTiday,
(weather permitting). Special atten-
tion will be giren to receiving and
forwarding freight tor narties living on
Eail and North Bay, Lassengers for
points on either arm of the Bay can
depend upon securing prompt trans-
portation at reasonable rates. For
further information apply to
M. WARE & Co., Agts
NAPHTHA LAUS 0H,
LU.RLINE.,
CAPT. D. M. W4VuITHrLL.
Carries the East Bay Mail between St.
Andrews Bay, Wetappo and intermedi-
ate points. Leaves St. Andrews daily
(except Sunday) at 6:00 a. min.; arrive at
Welappo at 12:30 p. m.; leave Wetappo
at 1:00 p. min.; arrives at St. Andrews at
7:30 p. m. Makes landings regularly at
Harrison, Cromanton, Parker. Pitts-
burg, and Farndalc. Freight landed at
any postoffice wharf. For passenger and
freight rates, see rate card in the sev-
*ral postofflices.
DAVID M. WITHERILL. Contractor.
To the Deat.---A rich lady, cured
of her Deafness and Noises in the Head
by Dr. Nicholson's Artificial Ear Drums,
gave #10,000 to his Institute, so that
deaf people ni'able to procure the Ear
Drums may have them free. Address No.
1421 The Institute, 780 Eighth avenue,
New York. '
A Week's Weathler.
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-registering thermom-
eters. Max:Min. Mean. R'n W'd
Dec. 27 63 46 54 .00 se
28 65 55 60 .00 nw
29 55 33 44 .00 nw
64 30 49 30 46 .00 nw
As, 4-3 U 4 39 .22 n
Jan.: I 44 13 37 .00 n w
*' 2 36 25 30 .00 nw
Forweek...-51 I 36 I 511 .22 I

Parker Lodge No. 142

Regular (Jomininmni-
cations on the first
and tairtd Saturday
Ja in each month.
Visiting Brothers
FRATERNALLY INVITED.
E. PALMER, W. M.
W. A. EMMoNs. Secretary

OOK OUT for the first signs of
impure blood-Hood's Sarsaparilla
is your safeguard. It will purify,
enrich and vitalize your BLOOD.
Paraguay's Particular Flea..
Perhaps the plague In Paraguay Is
merely an attack of pigue. or sand flea.
This Insect Is called nigua in the native
language. In 1870 It killed a whole
colony of Englishmen, consisting of
*00 families, turning the colony, which
was at Itape, Into a cemetery. A Ger-
mian colony at Acegna was driven out.
The plum. causes bubocs and attacks
the warmest parts of the body-that I.s.
the cafltles and the groin and armpit-
Just the same spots as the eastern
plague. It attacks Englishmen and
Germans preferentially and avoids
those that use but little soap. Soaps
lean the body, and the pigue likes
clean persons to eat. It also avoids
-people who eat more or less poisonous
Food. A man saturated with alcohols,
Boea gin. nicotine and Paseo de Julio
cookery Is pretty well safe from the
and flea.-Buenos Ayres Herald,

Lewis D,'nmiis. Salem, In1., says, "Kod-
el Dyspepsia Cure did anue more good
than anything I ever took." It digests,
what you eat and cannot help but cure
dyispepsia and stomach troubles. R. F.
Brackin & Son.
V a4tlag an Imposlbllflty.
"I want to see Mrs. Smiythe," said
the VtSitor.


"You can't," said the servant. "She
ka the toothache."
"You must be mistaken," the man
repUie. "I'm her dentist, and I laive
her teqtb here in this package."--Cath-
elle Stanard and Times.
When a boy goes to hot anything,
"e always egins by ., king every-
dy In thedroom get up -o see if they
-* Sitting on the lost article.-Wash-
Mgto= Denmoerat.
Remarkable Rescue.
Mmrs. Michael Curtain, Plainfield,
I111, makes the statement that she
caught cold, whi ht settled on her lungs;
shi was treated for a month by her
family physician, !but grew worse. He
old her she was -a hopeless victim of
comnumption and that no medicine
oquld cure her Her druggist suggest.
ed Dr. King's New Discovery for Con-
sumt!on; she bought a bottle and to
her delight found herself benefited
frtm the frst dose. She continued its
use and after taking six bottles, found
boemelf sound and well; now does her
on Ihousework, and is as well as she
ever wa. Free trial bottles of this
Great Discovery at any drug store.
l3%*oe bottles 50 cents aid $1.


of St. Andrews people to attend for said Mrs. Stevenson. "I refused to the agent perplexedly. "Annag-s out, I U. B1. P.
some ,time. The music, furnished by read It and held to my refusaL I make think, and I haven't aent of money,' (Gerstle's Female Panacea.)
local talent was exceptionally fine, es- it a rule never to read a n.5, ".... ,, u a ucket, Miss Willard," n A. Huat.oear,..,r...'i- meso tried
specially the chorus singing. Mr. F.N. scene of which Is laid In T bygone age. said the clerl onebottleanditbasentirelycuredmycomplaint.
Vandeventer, with his graphophone The author always deems It his duty '"When I g t Into the bus I remem- women and useit regularlyasa tonic. May God
contributed no smallmeasuretothe to make his characters talk In what bered againu' she said, "and told the blessL. Ge.astle &Co., MARY A. HUNT.
contributed in no small measure to t he considers the language of that pe- driver, "I think I'll have to walk, for I Try G. F. P. at once. It will make
enjoyment of the occasion, Several lit- Hrod, and I am always sure that he haven't any money." "Oh, that's all you strong, vivacious, regular and cre
tle boys and girls recited most credita- doesn't know positively how they did right, Miss Wllard," said the driver. of any form of female weaknOTTLE.
bly, and Misses Delia Larkin and Ella talk, so I won't read such books. 1 And so all day, greatly to hqr amuse- itEoou LADI S HEALTH
Lewis in very pleasing and dramatic would never read the 'Black Arrow,' ment, she wnt on getting In debt to nhe dies exclusively Exana
Llabout your c ase and they will advise you
way, each showing rare histrionic tal- and Mr. Stevenson thought it such a the railroads, cabmen and restaurants. ullyvonbowtore ainyourhealth.Address
ent, rendered very fine pieces. Mrs. good joke that he insisted upon dedi- -Chicago Inler Ocean. LA Gers e & Co., CattaooTen.
J. T. Gwaltney presided at the organ eating it to me."-llustrated Indiana s said t cowbells re pr your druggist doe not handle G. F.P. ak
J.TWeekly. It hIrus said h nat cowbells are produced bin to send for it. otherwise send us yourorder
with her usual charming effect. Prof. fUtd and .00oandwe will supply you direct.
Hadley is a born master of ceremonies, Bismarck's Iroa Nerve States and a made ust the same aserste o., hattaooaTenn.
which the complete success achieved Was the result of his splendid health, they were 10 years ago and sound the
will amply testify. Mrs. L. Harrison ndomitable will and trem ndousener- same. The ofaniur((' -: -'
will amply testify. Mrs. L. gy are not found where the stomach, Tame he ,fo of Nw" '
prefaced the exercises with a short ad- liver, kidney and bowels are out of or- In India elephants over 12 and up to are only found as al rule on thl t,
dress which will be found elsewhere. der. If you want these qualities and 43 years of ae are deemed the best to andll south coasts and on the "'banii:.s.
Rev. Tasker in a few pleasant remarks the success they bring, use Dr. King's purchase an4 will generally work until being caused by the mteet!u:' of t'
prefaced the distribution of the press Nw Life Pills. They develop every they are 80 ears old. arctic current with the gulf stri'a
power of brain and body. Only 25c at The interior in suintier is dlescri','
ents from the mammoth Christmas tree. all drug stores. r R o h-- as a most delightful climate rese
which fairly groaned beneath its load -avlii-a-at R1 l on blin- that of the south of France
of good things. Everybody seemed to Started a Run. berladin' Congh rt emedy. bling that of the south of France.
be remembered, and the evening's en- A very simple statement proved M3atnger Mamrtin, of the Pierson drug .
tertainment closed with a general feel- very unfortunate to a savings Instltu- store informsks that he is having a great Modern books, however rapidly they
Sd tion In the rural district recently. An run on ChIamberliin's Cough Remedy. may deteriorate from other causes, are
ig of good will and good cheer mani- editor, In writing of the Institution In He sells five botitls of that dicine to protected from bookworms by the
tested upon the faces of the audience. his paper, said: oe t a er i i and it ies cre t chemicals used In paper making.
The thanks of the promoters are ex- "The president is a very tall man;one of ny oiber kind, and It gives great --
tended to the young ladies and gentle- the cashler is short." satisfaction. In these days of la grippe L. M. Ware.guarantees every bottle o
men who so tastefully decorated the .And in less than an hour the excited there is nnihilng like Chamberlain's Cnamberlhan's Cough Remedy and wil
church and to all who in any way par- depositors were asking, "How much-, Gough Remedy to stop the cough, heal refund the money to any one who is no
ticipated either by time or donations to how much?"-Atlanta Constitution. up the oore throat and lungs and give re.- atiad after using two-t.irds of th.
make the event a success. Not the leif ''ilhi a very short time. The sales onleist 'l'hi s is the best remedy in th,
Toe n eatue e To Cre IGrpe l Two Days are growing, and all who try it are pleas- and whooping couh nd is plesnt aru
fali was the immense throng of chil- Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. ed with its prompt action.-Seuth Chica- safe to take. It prevents any tendency o
dren and grown folks that crowded the All druggists refund the money if it, go Daily Calim.t. For sale by L. M. a cold to result in pneumonia. Soldi),
en St. Adrew a Bayad and all M.Ware, St. Adrews ad Bayheada
church to its utmost capacity, and the fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signature are,St. Andrews ad ad and all medicine deadrews and a.
wonder was where they all came from., on every box. 25c.mediia dtaers all medicine dealers.


R. F. BRACKI. t OA.SI STO E. I W L. BRACKEN


R. F. BRACKIN & SON,
"DEALERS IN


Hats : and : Caps.


L 0 C A L D R I F T-Look at Manger's Advertisement. "Pa, A "orowlery." A -
-For Furniture, S Mattress -The L B Q will curea cold in one u't go in there. That's the "Strike For Your Altars
-ForFurniture, Sprin ure Piolnee u grovwler .nd it's occupied." It was
es, etc., go to T. C. Danford's. day. ForI sale at the Pioneer Drug a ou t Philadelphia matron who and Y'oup reS.'
B.ore VBrkiantemIe mark as she was showing patriotism a y coin-
-Attention is called to the new ad of -Bring your ordinary school ink bot- a frie arnd 'o gh her new home. Patr ism IS always Com-
B. V. Brock, in another column tie to the Buoy office and for 5c get it 'lThlei repeated the other. mendable, but in ever brst
-A good big Tablet for 8 ets and a filled with Arnold's celebrated Chem- "What s Not where you rush the e sh d be nc nrt y the
good thick school tablet with 175 leaves ical Writing Fluid--the very best ink growler, ope" oere so be n on
for lOcts; all with handsome covers and made. Must have your own cork. Thi. said in a jocular spirit, and desire to be a good citizen
good, ruled paper, at the Buoy office. -Just received the finest stock of the isit was rather staggered by the but to be strong, able bodied
-Parker lodge No. 142 F. &A. M. will perfumes, candies genuine maple su- reply.d ed r te battle
meet in regular communication next gar, figs, dates, prunes, English car- growler exactly; where we rush the and welf.o th s
Saturday at 1 o'clock v.I. Visiting rants, apple butter, quincebuttebutter mince way yo y.You see, myhusband blood is absolutely neces-
Masons in good standing are invited to meat in bulkat the Pioneer Drug Store. .s an oc onal sufferer from digs- d ood Sarsap-
pal tieipate. o e -Handsome letter heads with St. tion, wh doesn't improve his temper, sar, on OO.
B-The Kalamazoo Celery Nerve and Andrews Bay date line and views of and the re also times when my own rila s the one peitfic whch
Blood Tonic is the best. Guarantee eitherSt.AdrewsBluff,orBuenaVista temper ell you this in confidence-- cleanses the blood thorough-
certificate goes wtheverybottle For Point, at 8perdoen; alo map of the ot the best. Well, when we l. It acts equally well for
sale at the Pioneer Drug Store, St. Anat 8c. per dozen; also map of the moved o here and had more rooms in
drews Bay. St. Andrews Bay country on back of a the hou than we actually needed I both sexes and all ages.
-Our correspondentswill please ear letter sheet at J2c. per dozen, at the hit upo e plan of setting aside one Humor-" WhenIneeda blood puri-
in mind that their favors mdst be mailed Buoy office. as a pla f solitary retirement, where fier I take Hood's Sarsaparitla. It cured
we could o and be alone when either
early enough to reach us not later than Great Rejoicing! o us ur temper getting the beither my humor and is excellent as a nerve
Monday evening;otherwise they cannot N Mre Medicine o us. av mpe alled itng the growlery tonic." Jose Eaton,Stafford Springs, C.
annear in the current issue. The Dr. King Chill Pad cures Chills. It' because can loc k ourselves in there
-Dr. Tasker commences a series of it fails we refund your money. $100,0ou and gro to our hearts' content until
special meetings at Cromanton on Sun- to back our guarantee. It is a sure pre- we ha tiulte recovered. We both l .
day morning, the 7th, at 11 o'clock. He ventative. If your druggist does not avail ouigves of it, and I think it's a
-will also preach in the Parker school keep thnen we will mail you one0on re- very go idea. George is In there Hood's 1Pls cure liver ills the non-irritating and
l a 3 pc in. d at Mceipt of Price-$1.00. THE DR. KING now, an wouldn't disturb him or nly cathartle to tewit h "iod's arsaparilla.
house at 3p.m. and at Millville on CHILL PAD CO., Memphis. Ten. the world. Philadselpia Rec ord.
Sunday, the 14th, at 11 a. m. and at -Phladelpha ord. Equally Divided.
7 p. inDid You Ever See a Horse Cry lOO A "I)uring the civil war," says thi
-Governor Bloxham has appointed any people believe that horses d n Trnript. "the l.nw nl a
Hon. Joel R. Wells county judge to fill dowith ese faithfulcreaturt know C, acr, a. --.'.' --1
the vacancy occasioned by the death of that on several occasions they will g burn. They were divided in their po
D. D. Melvin. This is an eminently shed tears as well as express sorrow in Tallow Candle ns Medicne. litical views, and each did his best
fitting appointment. Mr. Wells is the most heartbreaking manner.\'In In France the peasantry still stick to to iaiutain his opinion.
worthy and well qualified and the Buoy the west, where the hardiness of hbe medicines calculated to turn the aver "Professor I'arker was one day ask
predicts that he will hold the position ponies causes the riders to almost over- age doctor's hair gray with horror. ed. '*ow do you get along on politics
as long as he desires to do so. look the necessity of providing for their Wine is an ingredient of every pre at the Law school?'
ouare tn ingof buying prop- needs, it is quite common when the acription. lo fever cases it is always "Nicely.' he answered. 'We are
-Ityouarennkingofbuyngprop- weather is extremely cold to leave an the predominant 'one. The French equally divided.'
erty inSt. Andrews or immediate vi- unblanketed pony tied up for two or peasant's faith in fermented grape "'But how can that e?' continued
cinity, you cannot afford to purchase three hours when the temperature if juiceais trnly beautiful. the Inquirer. 'There are three of you?'
until you have conferred with the pro- nearly zero and while its owner is If hit children are stricken with the "'Easy enough.' replied the profess-
prietorof the BuoY. If youareshort of transacting business or getting drunk, measles, he gives them wine well or. 'Parsons writes on one side and I
money and want to buyon longtime for In this case the suffering is evidenced sweetened with honey and highly,spic on the other, and Washburn-he speaks
actual settlement you can be accommo- by the cries, which are almost like ed within pepper. For a severe cold he on one side and votes on the other.'
dated. sobs, and unmistakable tears freeze on administers a quart of red wine and a
-L T Travis aent SoutherR R to the cheeks like Icicles. melted tallow candle mixed. For scar- Volcanic Er:tions
L. T. Trasagent SouthernR. R When a horse falls in the street and let or )raln' fever he gives eggs. white Are grand, but skin eruptions rob life
Selina, Ga., writes, "I cannot say too gets injured,the shock generally numbs wine and soot well beaten together of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve cure
rcuch in praise of One Minute Cough the senses so much that it does not ei- Not all their superstitions are curl- them: also old running fever sores, ul
Cure. In my came it worked like a their cry or groan, bu under some con- are athletic. A other, for s, boils, felons, corns, warts cuts
charm." The only harmless remedy editions an injured horse will solicit ilntanee. often buries her dead child chilblains. Best piles curehapp on ehanrth
that gives immediate results. Cures sympathy In the most distinct manner, with Its favorite toy or a lock of her Drives out pains and acbes. Only 25 cth
coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis. and I remember a favorite horse of my own own lh Ir in the coffin, "that It may not a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by al
which trod on a nail long enough to feel (uIle alone." druggists..
all throat and lung troubles. H.F. pierce its foot. The poor thing hob--evn1a
Brackin & Son.' bled up to me on three legs and cried G. overnorsisland.
-The Buoy has a limited quantity of am nearly like a child in trouble as any- There is a large expanse df rolling
California sorghum, or sugar cane seed thing I can describe. The sight was a sward on Governors island kept at all
for sale at 5c. per ounce; 40c. ner pound., very touching one. as was also the crip- times in the pink of condition. This
This cane grew ten feet high and twoIpled animal's gratitude when the nail | I little island off Battery park is con-
S th h at th on the wa pulled out and the wound dressed. ceded to be the best kept army post on
inches through at the base on the Buoy --st. Louis Globe-Democrat. the Atlantic coast. There are two
Farm the past season, and is very rich reasons for this. Fort Columbus is the
in saccharine matter. If ordered by A Cure That Killed. headquarters of the department of the
mail, add Ie per ounce for postage. Notwithstanding the spread of edu- east. It must assume an appearance
Also a few Nonesuch strawberry plants cation In Galicia, superstition 1t still in keeping with its high standing in
for sale at 50c. per hundred. alive among the Polish peasantry. The the department.
-Taxes for 1S99 became due Nov. 1 wife of a well to do country man in It also has a military prison, and the
and all those who are deendinNieporenta, Kaspar Kafka. had a ma- convicts sentthere for terms of months
and all those who are depending upon lignant ulcer and was in a very dan- or years are 'sentenced to hard labor.
the Buoy to attend to the payment of gerous state. Her husband decided to A WOI as, Under the supervision of sentinels
theirs will, of course, remember that if call in a shepherd renowned for his f.ese men keep the walks and prome-
they have a sufficient tax account cred- wonderful healing powers. only (OVWS nades scrupulously clean and the
it to cover the amount, the payment The latter, having examined his pa- wha t suferng from falin of the sward closely clipped and free from
will certainly be attended to; but If Ctent, proceeded to tie her left elbow mcn.es. ur nydiseaseofthedi.tinctly faIlin" leaves ad nther litter. They
fernlninoor aniis. A rnr.. uaysymna-. .also .g'e pruporw atvrri, int e til
they havenot such credit and satisfac- to her right knee and her left knee to thz,.or A' nosyn w lh ti
tory arrangementf to that end.have not .her righ el o- announe-d _61 u '. t _-, *.,,..- .U,
been made, they Ju-t as surelyill not "thoed thenr toante h a obsco Aplase and (ritte:sm.
be paid by the Buoy. mixture of soft soap and 15 chopped It was after the piano recital, and the
The Baoy is advised by persons who hairs from a horse's tail. If the pa- cELREES audience was still applauding.,here
were present at the recent meeting of tient screamed, it was the devil i were two English women, though, who
the republican executive committee in screaming within her, and she was to r 0, a d did not clap their hands. But they
Vernon that, it was the most enthusi- be left alone, securely bound to the commented In tones that were audible
astic and harmonious meeting of repub- bed, that she might not remove the for some distance around thus:
licans ever eld in the county, all but appliance. He then took his fee and will b sh it. This medicine "The poor nan! Will they make
left. cures a female diseases quick- him play again?"
two members of the committee being His orders were conscientiously car- ly and irmanently. It does away "Isn't It awful the way the Ameri-
present-,and they were represented by tried out, with the result that after a with iliatig physical exami- ns applaud It's so ular
proxies. But unfortunately for the re- night of indescribable agony the poor nations The treaties not mayon- be Yes; it's the most vulgar thing they
publicans, enthusiasmat conventions woman died of exhaustion.--Cracow tinual pense and trouble. The do."
does not count in votes at the polls and better in Chicago Record. sufferer cured and stays cured. And the Americans took meekly their
it will be many a long day before the Wine f Cardul is becoming the lesson in manners.-New York Com-
control of old Washington county is The Wrong Day. leading emedy for all troubles of mercial Advertiser.
control of old Washington county is The heartless landlord has come to this cla It costs but $I from any
taken from the democrats, evict the widow with 18 children. druggis The changee of a Comma.
-It has been demonstrated.repeated- many of whom are teething. For vice in cases requiring "Whenever she asks me to do any-
ly in every state in the Union and in But at the threshold the woman a die tons, addr ente solloquized Mr. Meeker pen-
many foreign countries that Chamber- waves him back imperiously. The Ch tanooga Medicine Co. svely, "I always go and do it, like a
lain's Cough Remedy is a certain pre- "Not today!" she cries. Chatta -ga, Tenn. fooL"
ventive and cure for crou'. It has be- "Why not?" asks the landlord, with MRS.C8 p. WEST, Nashville, Tenn., "Yes," said Mrs. Meeker, who hap-
come a universal remedy for that dis- pardonable curiosity. writes :--'This wonderful medicine ought opened along in time to overhear him.
comeauniversal remedy for that dis- '*Because," the woman replied, "no t be ry house where there are als "Whenever I ask you to do anything
ease. M. V. Fisher of Liberty, West pitiless storm of rain mingled with Icy L- ,, you always go and do it like a fool."-
Va.,only repeats what has been said sleet rages without!" France.awilrd's Empty Ptae. Chicago Tribune.
around the globe when he writes: "I The landlord grinds his teeth tn Im It was haracterlstic of the late
have used Chamberlain's Cough Rem- potent rage. He may trample under Frances W lard that she never had
edy in my family for several years and foot the promptings of his better na- any money. Miss Gordon attended to 5 er
always with perfect success. We be- ture, but not the conventionalities es- her finance and it was found on the
lieve that it is not only the best cough tablished by long usage.-Detrolt Jour- whole bes to leave Miss Willard's ta s a
remedy, but that it is a sure cure tor oalt i ps temh because if she started u o t
croup, It has saved the lives of our G.H. Appleton, justice of the peace' out in the o b ack penniless in the p t-
children a numberof times." This rem- Clarksurg, N. J.. says, "DeWnitt's Little gooshe h etoldin hein-
edy is for sale by L. 'M. Ware, St. Early Rise's are the best pills made fo- evening.0 enightoshetold inher in C'
edy is.fo sle y . art.constipation. We use no oth-is." Imitable wa of having gone to Chi- ;'
Andrews and Bayhead and all medi- Quickly cnres all liver and bowel troub- cago and reached Rest Cottage again --
cine dealers, les. R.F. Brackin & Son. on the capital of a postage stamp. At -.--
-The Nw Year eercss at the the station she turned her pockets out, i
--The Ne Years exercises at the A Book She Wouldn't Read. but not a bit of change was to be menses, or rregnar monthly pedo are
M. E. church on Monday night were bv "There is one book of Mr. Steven- found. She had forgotten all about It. wearing out the life ci many a girl and
far the best thAt it has been the fortune son's that I myself have never read." "What am I to do about it?" she. asked woman who perhaps has never eard of


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"PEAR'S" Glycerine Soap, and other makes: also a new
lot of Syrupl of Figs, Camphor Gum, Quinine, Alum, ati also a flue
grade ol f
PURE C REAM TARTAR!
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rA2DDITIO:T)S TO OUOT1- TI.-TIWWA.I:.1Ei W
As Oil Cans, Ga:vanized Pails, Cooking Spoons, Tin Cups, Jell r
Plates, Dish Pans, Etc.
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255 Tons Burden. Passenger Capacity 50.

:PASSBEW I 0 T? IEJA-.TEOS:
Mobile to 5 Andrewsanty and 5 00 St Andrews Bay toApalachicola...-3 50
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Apalachicola.......... 7 00 Carrabelle.'... i 4O4
Carrabelle .......... 8 00 Apalachicola to Carribelle...;.',
EAST BOUND. WEST BOUND.
LEAVE. ARRIVE.
5th, 15th and 25th at 7 p.m ..........Mobile...........12th, 22d and 2d a.m.
thd27t p m St Andrews Bay'....
7th. 17th and 27th p.m.. .. ....Cromanton... ... .11th, 21stnd,lst a.m.
8th, 18th and 28th a.m...........Apalachicola........11th, 21stand 1st p. m
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9th, 19th and 29th am ..........Carrabelle.... 10th, 20th and 30th noon

Connects at Apalachicola with steamers up Chattahoochee River. At
Carrabelle with "'. T. & G. Railroad for Tallahassee.
For further information, freight rates and special rates for large part ieB
Address, CAPT. tA8. CLARK, IMobile, Alabnama.
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%'ham I would say, what thou shouldst he -
Words of the oul that should compel the,
Words ot the hAt to draw thee near.
For when thou itleat, thou. who l s
My life with fJy, and I woulds~a 'p. :
'Tis then my lips and tongue Mae Ule :, 5
Knowing A ll knguag is too weak. .' .'
Look in amtt ya. read there confea tonj *
Thr tirne( ,e lihas least of art;
Nor nffs It words for its expresina
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-- Thursday, Jan. 4, 1900.

ST. ANDRELWV8
PRICES CURRENT.
alGROCERIES.
>igar, lbtH Tea,
t;raliulated...... 6 HeNo ....... 55
Coftee.A 5% (Itnpowder.. 40
L bw..';5 Ueol'd Jap.40-60
C flee. Oondnmilk, 1 canl
G;reen... 120d20 Uusweetn'a.O10
As1luckle,tl 12-15 Sweetened .... 8
;iSger sltapl 3tb 25 Baking powder
rnackers,~oda 10 Royal ...... .. 50
1,l,.acco, plug !20;60 Campbell. .... 10
R.Wlimi Canned fruit
London layers.8-15 Peaches.... 10aSO
Valenci ...... 8 Tomatoes.. Sal2
tic. ....... 6J Apples... .... 10
t, ple P ieara ......... 15
Erapora.ed_.-A 1-t Plums ......... 10
Died Peaches- 8 Apricot ...... 10-20
J 3aal Oil prgal .... 15. Strawherries... 20
;asolinle ....0. Pineapple ...10-20
Florida Syrup. 40( Canned Me:Its
oley ......... I 0" ltia t Beef. .... 15
vinegar ........ 30 Coried e ... 15
cheese pr W b.... 15 Chipped BeeflO-2.
butter ...... 2 oter.. .....20
Lard ........ 8-10 Salmon...... .15
ean- n........... 4 Oied VegelIi,leA
Cocoaniut pkg... l Baked Beaus-.. 10.
Fluit ruddine .. 0o Corrt .. ...10@15
$elly, glass, 10ai2t- Peas ........ 10
Sime Juice ..... I'um pkin ..... 12
Egga per doz.. S'15
pRTOV VISIONS.
Flour " Pork
Am'nSwan i. .2.5 -D. pr t,...... 7
Majestic .'... 2.75 Bacon Sides.... .8
Corn Meal prl.u60-"O Fresh ....... 8alO
Oat Meal pr lb... 5 Br'kf'st8Bacou. II
Oorn per lu .... 55-60 Ham canvassedl2i
olatues Shouers..... 10
Irish....... 1 20 Beef
garly It'se seod- 1.20 Corned......... 8
Sweet. .. .. 60@(i Fresh.. ......8al0o
Sa lt,pr sack.. . 853 Diied ........ 25
Talle ...... ..5 Milk pr qt.. 10
HARDWARE.
Nalls. ner 1b3,144 Ax,with liandle. 75
taZlv wire d'.6a6- Hoes, each.... 3550
tlanillit rope. .9.l2Ctapper psintt, cat 45
Atoves cook,. .~Sait25 Linseed oil, ga155@60
Pipe, per joitt 15
DItY GOODS,
P'rints,per Yd: .-Aa8 Checks .......5ia5
Sheetings .. .y.5a9 Flannel. ..... 15a40
'Muslin....... all Thread per spool. 5
leans. ....... 15a45 Slhoes,ladies.$ia275
Exi Xtr ias ts pat 2 5 Men's... $1 40a300
MISCELLANEOUS.
Ilay pr cwt. .;~tl .i5 Oats pr Iu ....... 55
Bru ............ 1.25 Brick pr M..... 13.00
Rove Sial .....7@9 Lime pr lir...... 75
FR IT andU NUTS.
Ora Pl pr 4do.. Pecanis pr Ih..... 15
PPI ........ 11 Walnuts. ....... 20
eni .......... 25 Almonds ........ 15
O OYSTERS
i in hell prl,00X 1.50 Opened pr t.. 15c
S; LIVE STOCK.
Horsea... *30al.Ot Cows....... $15a25
sules. ." $50n100 Hogs ..... 3 t $4
Oxen., pr yoke $30 Sheep .......... '2
I'OU.TR V
C.irckeisaelih .15, 5 Geese each. 45a50
-arkey ... ktL D tuck ..... I5a.SO
f -- -- FI'H.
Vrealh Salt
Muillet pr doz 25c Mullet pr bid 4.50
Trout......., 25 Trout........ 4.50
Posmipatio prllb.. 6 Pompano. .... 10.00
Stss nuus ...... 10 Mackeral .... 8.00
fl-oring, Ceiling.
Heart," m...#J4.00 HearI Il...$14.00 .. 00'
Face ... 12.00Uace ... 12.00
gap .:. 10,00 Sap "... 10.00
Drop Fiding, Cluipboards,
Htart face" tis 14.00 x6(i in. I in...$12.00
S San -" 10.00 Finishing lum-
Baff lumber.. 1i!2 dler,d.. $12@15.00
Heart shingles, i.50 Lath, V m.... 2.00
Sap 1.50 Boat lumber,
dressed.... $20


Catarrh Canntotd be Curet
With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they
cannot reach. ihe_ seat of the disease.
Catarrh is a blood or constitutional
disease, and in order to cure it you
must take internal remedies. Hall's
Catarrh( Cure in 'taken internally, and
acts directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces. Hall's Catarrh t,'ure is not a
quack medicine. It was prescribed lby
one of the best physicians in this coun-
try for ears, and is a regular prescrip-
tion. It is composed of the best tonics
known, combined with the best blood
ourifiers. acting directly on the mu-
cous membranes. The perfect combi-
nation of the two Ingredients is what
produces such wonderful results in cur-
ing Catarrh. Send. for testimonials,
free.
J. F. CHENEY & GO., Props.. Toledo,
0. Sold by druggists, price 7.5c.
jal'n Fuamilv Pills are the best.

The vil!;. wsTkia *>r t ltllianl taok
po :ill care 14) Kus'letll tips orf tle',
White lac(e 111 I). siiMl wiut ti..ieL
whlchi is a nui .'smiry.V a perfl.i lion int
their toihlt as puoli-hid l iuri,:s isI :.|at
Isi ru('lliis' with ours. This lftli':ilh
bood] is wtwu steer a bllek skia(|:l,;
ihat flts the closely clippled head very
much lilkeI- hIw li nNadeir of a nun. The
elderly wn-orti. widrin's. often wear a
straw onneJ ovir it. A. jackt-t of dark
blue, with a lareantpi.ee of create cloth
and dqrk blue border of the same cloth
nt the hlips. comntitutes the dress of
the wonimu and the gir ts.
The skirts pirotr giotesque fashion on account of the
many flannels which they wind about
the body. evidently a fad with them
as with many peasants of the Black
forest, where the custom prevails to
wear as many skirts as the spare box
will allow, adding at least one skirt
wery year. They all dress alike, and
the talk about dress therefore does not
slip Into their conversations, and on
that score they are at eternal peace
with one another, for no change of
dress has occurred among them for
centuries and will not for years to
come.-Donahoe's.
"The loss of gold is great; the los1s.of
health is moral Health Is lost by seg-
lect-ng to keep the blood pure. Hood's
Sjarsaparilla purifies, enriches and vitail-
izes the blood and thus saves both Gold
and health.
Hood's Pills cure billiasusness, sick
headache.
I j J To PATENT Ioed ldir
may be secured by
our aid. Addrea ,
THE PATENT RECORD,
mmr to Tor d.
Ifuhcrlptfts to T insbtent BeRoeord I. per amuum.


REMARKS

Of Mrs. L. Hatrrisonu at the Un
ton U hn-'istimniis itict'rt..i t1-
nenlit alt the Me3-thodi-th
(Jlihurcii Nevw Years
lNig gt.
I've been invited by tise coiniit
tee of arrangements, for this Christ
mas festivity, to talk to the children
and the grown peoide need not listen
Eighteen hundred ald nuinety-nin
years ago a babe was born in Betlile
hei. In.was a wonderful child. An
gels came and talked to the shep
herds about it, and sang ".eac
on Eaith, Good Will to Man." Wis
Wuen came froin the east and broug!i
gift --"gold, frankincense as
myrrh." This is the first Christma
present we hear of. For nmany, many
years people have been wishing eacd
othar a "Merry Christmas," and their
,ias been joy and gladness and tis
giving of presents.
And this is why the good people (
St. Andrews are giving you tonight
this beautiful tree, loaded with gifts
good and useful. Thi' year, ll ve
thie world, that. glad hiytiun has been
sung, '"Christ is born in Bethlehem.'
Children, I want to ask you
question: Is this New Year's day
the first day of the twentieth centut
ry, or the last New Year's.day of t.i
nineteenti. century?
The world has inmade great advance
meat. The power ol steam has beet
wonderfully developed. I came from
my home in Illinois, not in a wagou
drawn by horses, mules or oxen, bu
in a car drawn by a steam engine
over rivets, hills andt plains, and I
crossed the GUnlf of Mexico in a boa
p-opulled by stea aind no.t wind
When a settler upon the banks of thI
Illinois river 8,atv the first steamboa
cone lp, smoking and puffing ant
the bright fire under tlie boilers, hi
was terribly alarumed-ran into thi
cabin antd-got under the floor, ttiink
ing it was the devil.
There is a new power being hliar
tiessed up for work, called electricity
When a Chitianiaan was standing is
the door of his "wabshee, washee" ant
saw a car Ionning down the street
ldrawu by this power, hlie said, -"n
1'ulle, no putshee, no mulee;" he was
astonished, and so we are continually
surprised by the development of thi.
subtle fluid,
There will be much woik to be
.lo,0, i thallli ceiittry, ay tl on0 boys
and girls will have it to do. Those
of us who hIavi, gray hair will do but
little of it. The places that now
ki.ow us will soon know us no mort
forever, and you must occupy themni
Boys, you will have to assist in tin
making of laws andil the governing oh
timi- great nation. Boys are now liv-
ing who will be presidents of these
United States. You will have to look
after the Sandwich Islands, lie Phil-
ippimes, Cuba and Puerto Rico.
Good men will be needed to do the
worklrthe twentieth century, and
you should he hitting yourself to oc-
cupy any position.
We take thie Buoy at my home in
Illinuois and it comes Monday morn-
day morning. I look out of the win-
slow and see the postman-hlne wears
gray clotlhies-and I say, "the rebel
mis coming I open the Baoy and
look to see the report of thie school. I
am sad to see so many absent days,
for I think that, those boys and girls
will hardly amount to anything.
Children, if you have work to do, get
op early in the morning and work
hard until it is time to go to school,
and when it closes, run home and
work again-be in your seat every
day anid study. Don't chew tobacco,


smoke or use bad wurds, but be clean,
uice boys.
Girls, you are to be the helpmeet
of the boys in this work of the new
century. Don't rub snuff and havega
little stick ir. your mouth with the
dirty liquid running out of its corn.


B. V. BROCK'S
Is the Place to Buy
.Clothing and Gents'
Furnishing Goods
At Rock Bottom "Prices!
At his Store may also be found Con-
stantly on Hand, a Full Line of
General Merchandise
AND
Hardware!
A Tin Sho
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And then, slowly and calmly, she Encyclopadia for 1900 Nature in strengthening and recon-
walked away.- Washington/ Post ,cyclpeaa for I uctngthe exhausted digestive or-
a o Over 500 pages; Good .Paper gans. Iti thelatestdiscovereddigest-
M i Biling. ant and t1nib., o other preparation
ialt-* -a in effifWancy?-I- U in-
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and Don't Know it. Complete RIlJi'rt of the Eveilts Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
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water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a P. prepared by E. 4. DeWit tA Co., COlcalo.
sediment or set- Iractical Educator and Hand Book ot ".. .. & -o So. ,
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ney trouble; too taking advantage of this offer. Thie hook
Z frequent desire to will be published about Dec. 22, 1899, it
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der are outof order. boon after above date aS possible,
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back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part book for only $1.75. Address
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and a book that tells it pays to pay a little nor for
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ors, and squirting it into the fire and Meetinga ot the Republican E.
ecutlve Comtnittee,
upon the floor. Have a clean, sweet
t m is rsut I ii ps. 1 is hota VERNON, FLA., Dec. 30,18,i il
Sil, l> ?.n .'so.y h ,.s. is . hunl a- t a neeting of tile W ei LI
ile til know, ic ho ) w,.rk, an. l..Cteutcan .\ti, I!4.-3 O J -Cunty-
i i t w .- intt co. k, lhik, :,anl to, L ld thivI da'. .... r-. .* I ..
...wl Tritatk ikAlmighty God lur lthi.bse e ,-i ii uc .. u or holding a C fa
wo good hands of minie-tlsey have ty Convention at Vernon on i Tae-d
t- ,to aod kids of tew hrn.av January 9th, 1900, at 12 m, for the pu t
one all kinds of housework, harness- ose of election delegates and alto
s, ed and driven a horse, hived honey- nates to the State and Conuression i to, y rth y.Pang ttentyou
1. bees, planted a garden, trees amit Conventionstobeheld atSt. Augustin have had it for weeks you
e flowers, and, Bermuda grass here in Fla., on Friday, Jan: 19th, 1000. Del It's annoying lecauseyou
Sthe streets of St. Andrews. gates to the convention will be elect have a costant desir
in the usual manner, through the vai cuse you remember that
Story of a Slave. ous primaries, of .which due notice w 1 weak lungs is family failing.
To be bound hand and foot for years be given. R. L SCARLETT, Ch'n. At flr.t it is a slight cough.
e by the chains of disease is the worst Attest: F. C. HAWK, Sec'y. At first itis easy to cue.
form of slavery. George D. Williams At last, xremelasifftocure.
e of Manchester, Mich., tells hcw such a Savage Crabs. At latcxtremelydifficult.
Slave was made free. He says: "My The most savage specimen of th A
wife has been so helpless for five years ., ,eies is found in Japan. ;eminf
d that she could not turn over in bed
Alone. After using two bottles of Elec- o0 d:i. ai of nothing but igh ting-t
tric Bitters she is wonderfully improv- lig At in nothing half so much. Th |
y ed and able to do her own work." This ".2.'" he spies another of his kind
h supreme remedy for female diseases i '.pes lis claws together in raig
quickly cures nervousness, sleepless- I.:,,i o. zhim to the combat. Not
e ness, melancholy, headache, backache, moment is wasted in preliminaries, blu
fainting and dizzv spells. This miracle it it they go. hainnier and tongs. I
working" medicine is a godsend to weak, -;unds like two rocks grinding agalns /
sickly, run down people. Every bottle me another as their claws ratt
all druggists. y50 soldb ainst the hard shells. The sand flie
t n is the warriors push each other hithe
Personal. :nd thither nutit at last one of the m
Wi. F. Rolzien, after aaiance ol l -
about fu motnoths, first at the Ona- jBt he dot nor bg for mercy or at-ly conquers your little
,, ha exposition,and after its close, on a tempt to run away, only feebly rulbuin hackingcough.
tour with tlie Florida exhibit, during I is claws together; in defiance of the The is no doubt about
a w foe. That foe comes closer, and. with the c4Ue now. Dou't comes
which time lie has talked "Paltnet- his claws trembling with joy at his vie- fro.-w'neglect.
to" to the people all over the country, tory. the conqueror catches hold of one Fdr over half a century
S--- claw of the vanquished crab, twists it Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has
rived hoe Sunday on the St. until it comes of and bears way been curing colds and coughs
drew Lumber Conrpany's recently palpitating limb as a trophy of his' and preveningconsumption.
purchased steaiu tug Lizzi, Frank. prowess. Such Is a battle between, if takeniritime.
G \ si warriorr crabs. "'t4et t r Consumption al
G" M. West and fairly arrived warrior crabs.
n from.Escanaba, Mich., last week, lot A nnTlopirle's Reply. It peo r.teP'SCrg
Sthleir customary winter sojourn in Mandell Creighn the bishop of PS OVCP O P -
Stir lgant e at Old To London. has a ho r of lending hls., l81 gS Ife COu ig. f
their elegant I onie at Old Town. favorite books. says a. London corre- :
it 'hera iaShall..we send you a
'['lie return of the Wests is always spondent. The bishop is a charming .t shallbe snfdroe
Shailed wi.il glainess by their host- wit as well as a great scholar. A fel- k. f
I bf rien1is in St. Andrews. low clergyman once visited the bishop .. Ou. Medal Departmsw .
.:td took a fancy to an old edition of 1F you .iat, any coniplaint what-
t Frank Witherill- wlIo hias beeI n ; e vkr a t are,tbe best tnedical
Si Ieo as een .sake are. He bornowed the volume 'afviceyv..siem.p.3osiblyobtain,write
spending the summnier with lis rela- and did not think to return it for sev- a ,r. rpr.iit.'tiioutcost.rv
or l 't il(ths J AddresDli. J. C. AYER,
e lives, G. M. West and family, at Es- a ,ntl ..o..we1,aass.
Finally the minister returned it with C
t canaba. Mich., returned with lth-n1 a letter, saying: "My Dear Bishop- ..
I few days ago. His friends are all have great pleasure in returning .the._ _
Sglad to note that his health is very A'o: you loaned me." A Persin Romance.
ladc t ro note that rs health is very The bishop answered: "My Dear? A Persian li'uue in t.h South Ken-
e mudh unproved after the close call Brother-All the Joy is mine."-Denver: ijnUto0 museumt. London. bears by
- from appeladitis whi'e at the north Republican. mrueans of clover relief ni 1I brilliant vol.
Henry D. Darling of Summer, F. B. Thirkhead, Health Ins >ectqr of Q( a c.annui tinls. '-I le1-1..l asil
iChicagosays, KodolDyspepsia Cure ea, part 1 lorv. Nsu'lV3 k'.JW: .. ti hpro
SMass., v Ito visited here several years Chic be rommended too ighl. It cur' portion ofr en, h.
not be recomnnsended too highly. It euried
* igo, is a guest at thle Stone House. me of severe dyspepsia." It di:-is i tr.- At anl .-* L.uts, it is declared to be an
S Joslua Slael anud Hattie F. bla- eyou eat and cures iuidigestion, htia:trl,urn'.intiil'.i Lt in ihel life of Baharam V of
na lagel an Hattiend all fors of dyspepsia. R. T. i3aekli- the a ;?iaj.tn dnastj. Blharani. ac-
1 gel of Bourneville, Ohio, brother and & Son. . .. c'.1;; s i1, 4,. and iique., was c
.. ofw,,U,] .f(L 7 I 1t.her a I)nd i jl' '-ne of lb
Sister of Mrs. Arthur H; Brake are Ameriaen Ner4 Vis l.iion, on ;w,,u.l tul ..iihert nDwii one of is
o recent arrivals an.d are guests with Another case. of *",n tr,.-' mn r t It -l' w itis. n which his fa
Bkadf ilthe nws. A Lon' lou p1 sdi;.L Ii11 i ,t l.lic,, n.iLaitpueld him, lit
s Mr. Brake and family. ern s. A Lonl. o u piyero s id s,,t na .s4aep.u antelope with such pro
y Mrs. Dr. 1Tasker is expected the of i pierce socil struggle. T ih .p .r isi'u as to graze the anuiial's en:
S last of this week, and Prof. Will A. sisteuce with .wlVe 'oss' L-r,.r 'n.tel ei aywole and. believing
o AMavor 'aim Wyck a nh' ;u in lieu ijujlt, nyb by a b ly. put his hinl
c. Tasker ol Pratt City, Ala, will .aor( 10 ff th' onv y.
e conic oil abo t tlie last of the n.ntihi by te laliV 'ubl .- r l .l 1 ., r ''"' ." t !ral 4 ia '
S ,",y .. 1 ..J ,| a. IT "I .. I.....r t'r lil "'
I wau( to let the people who suffer from .and the ori,,s r1 ithmliO-r.- ,f s w ~ ~.1' mrely s;aid. rat
e rheumatism and sciat,tca know that exclusive Four Htu.lr'.,l.hd.-. su 4at l'S p 'rt't." whk'h touched tol
t Chamberlain's PainBa;m relieved me af- and irritated the iiiii e..- ,,r tile o 1''r i l: Sli)ouse.
I ter a number of other medicines and a me t lat they -rt rolv-red upon rle-. a, Le lwn vtyVfor her pla
founding a new aul. still more ex lu. ,plkmi. si< t ris sent out into lt
e doctor had failed. It is the best liniment sive society of their own. which is ti xtt in.s o parish. but instead found
I have ever known of.-J. A.DoDGEN, Al- take the sails out of its rival." shit6er in n illruge. 1(Her shie lodge .
pharetta, 3a. Thousands have been cur*. I an upper room ascended lby 2(0stepi
ed of rheumatism by this remedy. One i TANTED-SzEVERAL BRIGHT AND ~nd, having bought a calf. carried
f aipcation relieves the pain. For sale by HONEST persons to represent u as up and .dowu every dIy. The kla,.
anpl.eation relieves the pain. For sale by Managers in this and close by cou It Is. ,,ipassig by four, years late|. was .i t
L. Al. Ware, St. Andrews and Bayhead Salary $90ayrandexpensea. Str. assingb otr years inter, was m
0 a ya r ad e S ed at'seeing a yo'ig, wonintlr.rflrn'yi
and all -nedicine dealers., ona-fide, no more, no less salary. Psi- a cowa "up a sIegl 1.S2 1Te.l' n
t lon permanent. Our references, any bank a cow up a
An Insult Well Handled. in any town. It is mainly office work con- .ag: i took occasion to reria:-k P'r.:
You can always trust the American ducted athome. Reference. Enclose self- tice makes perfect," wlhtrupetoa shI
woman to take care of herself. The addressed stamped envelope. THE Do- .unveiled, was recognized and restore
friends of a girl who lives In Eight- MINION CoMPayv, Dept. 3, Chicago. to favor.
eenth street are telling these days of Not His Destination.
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THE MAGiCA'. DANCE.
Dance me the dance that you danced, Clarlsse,
That day, with your mysLical art,
WVhen joy had led,
And love was dead,
And you danced o'er a dead man's heart!
Never a curve or a.swerve amiss--
Dance as you danced that day, Clarisse!
Dance me the dance that you danced, Clarisse,
From the beautiful dancers apart,.
For I'm weary tonight,
And I'm lost to the light,
And I haven't the ghost of a heart!
Dance me a dance for a woman's lost kiss,
In a rainbow of ribbon, Clarisse, Clarisse I
Dance the dance that you danced, Clarisse,
That day, with your wonderful artl
Dance down the sorrow
Of now and tomorrow,
And dance down the love'in my heart!
For I'm weary at heart of a world like this;.
Here! I toss you a bracelet. Now dance, Clarisset
-Atlanta Constitution.

Dahlias For Food.
It is an interesting fact that when
he dahlia was introduced into Eit::r-e
t was not as a flower that it wai
.alued. but as a vegetable. The plant
s said to be r:.;llyV .tk1 to tbhe pnato.
,tnd it wvas thgL'i TfITi 't v- i'td pri v
in important addition to our fiood re-
ources. The single variety seems to
iave been imported first, the Marchion-
,ss of Bute having introduced it about
00 years ago. It came to us from
Iadrid, the Spaniards having, it is be-
ieved, found it first in Mexico, and it
,'-as introduced into France as well as
:ngland.
A few daring adventurers appear to
'ave made trial of it as an edible root,
)ut it is never an easy matter to popu-
arize a new article of food, and the
iuber of the dahlia did not take on. If
it had done so, the probability Is that
we should never have troubled much
Ibout Its cultivation as a flower. We
ever do grow things for fruit and
lower, too. and if we had sacks of
lahlia bulbs in Covent Garden we
should have had no dahlia show at the
crystal Palace.--London Correspond-
nee.
Reflected Greatness.
When, as a boy, the Duke of Saxe-
.oburg and Gotha visited the island of
2arbados. his washing was done for
limn by a negress named Jane Ann
;mith, who was over 6 feet in leighlt.
*he was so puffed up at being patironiz-
d by royalty that she claimed ipreced].
,nee at once over all the other washer-
vomen and retained it for many years.
Size doesn't indicate quality. Bewaro'
of counterfeits and worthless salve ff'r-
ed for DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, )Dc-
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t. losing is liberty than to
S.' 1~ i, tI c(. nU (o i:;;' this.
L:.t ovT ,' .' On 'r agaii'
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'ro liv three of us-boy.
Sil a.:e-; -were slhng in
<*1 in :!. s:;!,'"ow. slugg'K'sh riv(.i
: n s; :..: --.ke. ;:nd ias i
;'i,'stit l. Liung la'rly fou'
1 i it. the hC..,ook-, out of its gtul
rn'x'cn the lih in again. lnside
co('l!. .1 o.es (caught thwe s tint
in. (m.QC.- i;ore he (I;t out tl(
id this time lie had to ma-ul i
cli. Once more it was kicke(


'a;light It. s -il bleeding. 1 go:.
L ,ut w:th difficulty. and be
;' 1i lthi ow the tish in agnin t
Si l hit it half through. Then 1
:;..I.). i h in. and Brown cn ight1
thi-s r. we got so tired ofa catching
thi it I threw it aw.ay in dis
gust. e .lt in e1: forvk cf a willov,
tree a ta l tire for l -.f a, hour,
h i crow "tt:w'ked it. d'is o'!, I; . i not )before it I l re-
I .. :" of Fh' yevs. The sA1, slameT
-, xt tday by the keep-
ofr --|. i1..." 1--'A;-arivp.
SIrr 'i 1, r r.
Mrs. ien('i'e Hi'us. who is so well
known for Lher phhilayithropie' work.
says that in nil her experience in visit
ing thi* tefnuli-lnts of the poor of tht
city shie li:t nviter been as;ed for al'.s.
Mrs. iurns :as mnide a business of vis
iting the poor with the liopei of ltiL)ing
them nv-hewnver she saw the need. lbu
finds it a!moat inI!)(ssi e to na;: ke thi'
I,.:. hl d!.' Iviug poor icknowlhdge that
they 4re iu need of anything.
1Iir. 'lay she visited a 'family who
-.,-, n:.l huddled together in one bare.
-.:1.J"1 r-oi.t atind their faces were so
!:juehi'd she knew they were starving.
I'.,r .i response to her offer to heil:
Ltmin i e mother said:
*"Ni. tihauk you. The children have
I;T] ;thing today. I am sure to get
wOi''; ,1."
Af' questioningg as.to just exactly
wv ,11 i,,.- children had had to eat Mrs.
Bfiun,- found that they had subsisted
for three days on a few dried scr'ps of
-,tal. bread. This experience, she says,
is repeated frequently.-New York
Tribune.
She hadn't Dropped Off.
"Delia !"
"Yis, mna'am."
"I a, inery tired, and I am going to
lie dawn for an hour."
"Y(s, ma'am."
"If I should happen to drop off, call
me at 5 o'clock."
"Yis, mna'am."
So, my lady lies down, folds her
han closes her eyes and is soon in
the |nd of dreams. She Is awakened
by te clock striking 6 and cries indig-
nan1J!y:

"lif, ma'am." t
''Thy didn't you call me at 5 o'clock,
you to do?"


--h-!adn'tc oppd off at all!
b-' d in the same
Pound asleep!"
# Took Him nt His Word.
Thll faculty of terse and forceful
speech is ordinarily an advantage, but
occasionally a man gets hoisted by his
own'ipigram. A hustling young New
Yorkrt' who was recently established
ia a ranch of the oil business had set
out Io get the patronage of a certain
firm. The head of the concern was re-
lutct t to make a change.
e oil we have been getting has
not l4en unsatisfactory,' said he, "and
I fa to see why we should make a
c':-'lnte. Are there any extra iuduce-
L1h-1in y,3u '-an offer? How do you pro-
p.-i'-. imulprove on the old quality?"
"ii thl:is way," was the prompt an-
swirj "I propose to give the business
my pi rsoual attention. I intend to put
sittCjloft my brains into every barrel of
ohil %v' -nl] out."
ThI.i rejoinder pleased the old gentle-
i1n:itaL.iJ he became a customer.
.A -w months later the hustling
y, 1.in man was obliged to make a jour-
m y. n-l in his absence, through some
overs ght, the quality of oil was allow-
ed to deteriorate. It was quickly noted,
and letter on file in the office records
onue .4 thoe protests. It reads: "Gentle-
men-j \. hn we were induced to use
your proi.l"et, we were assured that
Mr. P.i;iil, put some of his brains into
e,.r,1;.,arre.l of oil. We deeply regret
to o'. -re ii:tt Mr. Blank is threatened
with aresis."-Washington Star.
Where Quinine Is Good.
Dr. Vrosse, in an article in The Lan-
eet o4 blackwater fever, incidentally
ctnll tI-uthrtion to the fact that it is not
wis' or tho-e who have an idiosyncra-
Ssv K frI ne or who suffer fronL
(0lkbT a llbuminuria to go to mala-
rious liunti-s. He believes that in the
more 'njmlariouis districts at least five
grains of quinine should be taken a
day to prevent chronic malarial poison-
ing. This he considers necessary in ad-
ditionti to ordinary precautions in re-
gard Jo exposure to chills, wet and the
Run ahd ns to moderation in eating and
drinking.
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Steadfast Nature.
"I a %'e seen Brother Bruggetts grow
from a .poor young man to a middle
as.i1 i'llio.nire," said the aged minis-
ter, nd it has not changed him one
bit. Vhen he first entered my church,
be .nI,li-lied the habit of putting a
quti i .r in the plate every Sunday, and,
thi,ul I h Ias since grown rich, he
put- in his 25 cents."-Indlanapolls
Jour al.
Driven to Driink.
A st-My next picture at the acad-
emy ;!I1 be entitled "Driven to Drink."
HiI l'rei 'Id-Ah, some powerful por-
tra. I if zl'iled passion, I suppose?
tA t-t-Oh. no; It's a horse approach-
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The Sun's .Tonrey Th:rcrgh Space.
By neans of the spectroscope we can
obtain a probably more accurate deter-
mination of the sun's velocity through
space. As is well known, the velocity
of a star in the line of sight can lie
found by measuring the displacement
cf the lines visible in the star's spac-
trum. Now, the stars near the position
of the solar "apex" should be ap-
proaching the earth on account of the
solar motion, and those at the opposite
point of the sky, called the "aunt apex,"
should be receding.
This method has been employed by
several astronomers, especially by Vo-
gel at the Potsdam observatory. This
able astronomer has found from an ex-
amination of 40 stars that the sun's
velocity through space is about 7
miles a second, but an examination of
a larger number of stars would be nec-
essary before we could consider this
result as thoroughly established.
Fiom an examination of the spectra
of 14 nebulw Professor Keeler of the
Lick observatory has found velocities
In the line of sight, and from these the
French astronomer Tisserand has de-
duced a velocity of about 9 1-3 miles
for the solar motion, a result which
does not differ widely from that found
by Vogel. We may therefore perhaps
conclude that the velocity of the sun's
motion through space is between 6 and
12 miles per second.-Geatleman's
Magazine.
S "^'- ae p, Bu*rgilar,
fTLt fui1i in my town," said
a Baltilore man, "where the clelth'r n
are all boys. They are very rich, and
each of the three sons is in receipt of a
liberal allowance, but the manner in
which they expend it and certain of
their characteristics were as succinct-
ly and tersely described as possible
the other day by Bob, the eldest one, in
tclligi the story of a burglary that oc-
curred last summer at their country
pace. Bob .is the oldest, Jack the see-
ond and Albert the youngest son. Bob,
in telling the story, said:
'He didn't get very much, as some
on0e of the servants thought he heard
soniitthing about 3 and in going to in-
vestigate probably scared him off, but
when we discovered the next morning
that a burglar had visited us we natu-
rally took an account of stock. The
only rcoms in the ouse L e had entered
weie those of my two brothers and
myself, and in each of them he had
gcne through the (clothes we had been
wearing the day before. Out of my
clothes he got 10 cents, from Jack he
sot nothing. and in goinz through
Biert's jeans he got in debt.' "-New
York Tribune.

An Old Timer.
A crowd of young men were seated
in one of the steamboat offices in the
city the other afternoon while an old
steamboat veteran regaled them with
stories about old times on the Missis-
sippi and reminiscences cf old time cit-
izens.
"Did you know old Bill Jones?" ask-
ed one of the r:en, after the captain
had finished relating how he ran a
gantlet ef Indians with his boat way
back in the forties.
'Member Bill Jones? Well. I guess
I did," replied the captain. "Let's see,
he died inst after the war. Le ywas a


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before ie was nri. r....l t. I'li.'s moth-
er."
One of the boys thought the old man
was "doping" and by way of tripping
him up on his dates asked, "Cap, how
long have you been running on the riv-
er?"
"Who, me? Why, I started on the
Mississippi when it was nuthin but a
creek!"-Memphis Scimitar.

J. I. Bl3evrv, Loganton, Pa., writes: "I
uni willing to take my oath that I was cur-
ed of pneumonia entirely by the use of
One Minute Cough Cure, after doctors
failed. It also cured my children of
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cures coughs, colds, croup, grip.pe, and
throat and lung troubles. Children all
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A Mysterious Password.
The Baroness Burdett-Coutts was
once shopping in Paris and was passed
from one department to another by
the shopmen, always with the remark,
"Two ten." She was escorted from
counter to counter, and everywhere the
cabalistic words "two ten" were re-
peated.
Struck by the peculiarity of this re-
frain, the baroness asked the proprietor
as she left the establishment: "Pray
what does 'two ten' mean? I noticed
each assistant said it to the other
wherever I int in your shop."
"Oh, it is nothing," he replied, "mere-
ly a password that they are in the hab-
It of exchanging."
But the baroness was not satisfied
with this explanation. So in the even-
ing, when the porter, a young boy,
brought home her purchases, she said:
"My boy, would you like to earn 5
francs?"
Of course he had no objection.
"Tell me," said the lady, "what does
'two ten' mean, and I will give you 5
francs."
"Why, don't you know, ma'am?" said
he, evidently astounded at her igno-
rance. "It means, 'Keep your two
eyes on her ten fingers.' "
*The mystery was solved. The shop-
men of the Trois Quartiers had taken
the richest and the most generous wo-
man in Great Britain for a shoplifter.
-Tit-Bits.

A woman with pale ears can be safe-
ly set down as one whose heart Is hard
to reach. while she whose ears are pink
long tlh euniled rims and dowiry lobes
's 1 c'reatu:'e of sympathetic and re-
,pnsive woteinp'raineLnt.

A sho'curi' is a position in which one
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public business places, p vate resi-
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each block and the a-joining addi-
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11ni VVII'.uI a it '^ "Il "beat,
they (. in be induced to develop into
very wonderful plants.
Evcryt.in-ig g:'ows fi the Transvaal If
ti' t;1Oil;[ek is taikllt to plant it. The soll
being ; all virgin and nlaturanitly rich. the
vety il::npilest amountt of attention Is

Fo d HImh An4'itor.
Prof(-sor Ctharles I). IR. IRollrtIs, the
po-t,. it :sls he imoder- kLngiages very,
easil. lult spLk'aks them nti lwrnt''lvr .At
a r''-c;tioion htid in New York just
pr'ior to hIs I::; :;ing for i:iropi' I.tul
"ts Vwas iirodui.cd to a )i ti. nguishetd
SF' ;i'., ;a'i.--.. WvI.o vwias here oin a visit.
1'h";' lC; : avkod in his u.,n i.)igli'.
" i O i; )i :; i-';u'-h ?"
."2o, ::;u-,xv'errei the p)'et. "I a t
sorry I do ot. but I understand it well
v. hn it is sp)kten to tnw."
"I am so glad.'" repl'Ued the French-
maLn. "'You trt' thet atin(tIlte I Ihave
onv wontet. I canu talk io you all I
p.; ;:'e. n.u yotu Colot ado springs I tazi'tt'.

HO honesty.
"Young man." asked the proprietor
of tile store. who was nmakini the
rounds of the various det-artments,
"how can you afford to dress so elabo-
rately and expensively on the salary
we pay you?"
"I can't," gloomily answered the
salesman. "I ought to have more sal-
ary."-Chicago Tribune.


A Brilliant FIusih.
"I saw him kiss you just before hlie
was leaving," said the sour visag-dl
aunt, and she said it In a regular dull
thud tone.
"Yes, auntie."
"Well, I can realize that It would be
the last thing he would think of." And
iLe sailed out as though -lie had scored ------
ivery possible point.-Detroit Free.
Press.
The Shame of It.
"Doesn't it hurt your conscience to
wear those pretty bird wings on your
hat?"
"It does a little, because they are
not genuine wings. They are only
clever Imitations."-Chlcago Tribune.


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The Bowery CrItic.
RUDY'S The critic was thd most protlllft
PILES PILEader of Bowery society. fe is slow
is guaranted to cure PILE of speech and hesitate., sometimes
and CONSTPATION (ee -tg, painfully, but when he does speak ev-
inwar whether ecent o- I on
refu dedtgive instant rI .' I a. ery word hits. lie does not go about.
aI d )ennanent cure. No surgical operation required.
,. endforlist oftes-. as is the manner 6f less cultivated
y druggits,or sent milrceiptofpri'ace.orsae speakers, but strikes home with few
MART1i RUfiY, RelmdTilrtS, Lancaster,Pas, words; miniuly figurative. Although he
Is------ full of the instinctive aversions and
Soia at St. Andrews Ba3y,-Fla. tastes of a man of eultur, be Is re
At Dr. Mitchell's Drug Store. tired prizefighter and spends most of
WCall for free sample, his time in an uncommonly dirty asa-
loon.
A ECTIONAL MA At ball whicA this leader of BaW-
A SECTIONAL MA ery society gave a "hard walk" took
place, in which there were eoRntestnts
i for a prize, to be given to him who
U* 1 U W should burlesque the walk of the Bow-
and the cry tough was to be excluded. It the
tough walk was to be given. It was to
Bay Co u nt ry. be given right.
*"You must do It on de level," said
We have made arrangements by the leader of society, giving iprelimina-
which we can furnish this fine MAP ry institutions. You iu.-t give us de
covering about eighteen miles square real t'in. "aluk no c oke walk. da
of territory, including the Cincinnati walking on de lane [Bowery] wid yer
Company's Tract, also Harrison, bundle girli ou yer arm. Anybody
Parker, Cromanton, and adjacent kin look tough. but I want you to look
country, for &s hard as de real t'ing. de bloke on de
ONE DOLLAR. Bowery, and no harder."- .Ila ntic.


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"I" and "Me."
The number of cultured, rt.nued, ed-t
cated people wVho slip Into error in the
use of "'" and "me" is large and al-
pean;'a to be .ju.ti,.-' :11. g'-rowing. ThPir
trouble lies in their inability to sepa-
rate tle first person from the third.
where both :iri- referred to, as to the
expression, "Tom asked he and I If,"
etc.
I heard a very clever nian say yes-
terday. "George said that him and me
were the only two in the store." A':
lawyer in Pine street. well known as n
mn.u of uinsual ability, gets it wrong
pea'ly every time by striving hard to
g-t it right. He is so afraid that "tm y
:'l:;nt. and !" is iucorrt't that he <(om.
p:'o!niises on "ihy client and imiysef.l'
lie knows my clientt and me" will not
Co.
By separating the first arid second
persons s t!i s stInuiling bloel.: Is instant.
ly reiut'moved. and even a (child cannot.
crr. G'(('orge oaid that hiini and mie
were" miglt fool sous iepeople, but
"Gcr(';ge saidi ttilt lihn was" Could not
tr:P; a'ny oe. "N'itli'r could "(tcorge
said tOhat me ww.4.'" Now. altogether.
e'(o'or'e said tIhat lt was: (George said
!.0th I was: therefore Geor'ge said that
he nnd 1 were."-New York Press.
Where Everything Grow..-
The tuberose toTrishles amazingly tn
the open air iu the Transvaal with but
the sniallest aitention and cultivation.
The tiulls shoot up their three or four
foot stems. each bearing very sweet
smelling flowt'ers, in an incredibly short
s;)a-e of time.
*lu i'retorhi roses are prolifl(-lIn fct,.
nio:li of the streets are bounded by rose
hedges throughout their h,'ngth. and4m
they bloml with a frail, pink monthly
rose blossom for three quarters of the
year. In puiblie planes. s(clh as the
Bur-tlthers' park. tlie profusion of roses.
lilies. -arnationis and tuberoses is be-
wii' ri :,;i y i;ea tuAtiful.
'Ile i wild orchids of Swz.ilannd Sare
fanxoHus. T:ey are of at least e21 differ-


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