Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00067
 Material Information
Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: January 11, 1900
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00067
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
lccn - sn 95026996
lccn - sn 95026996

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First Last, and all the


Washington Coud.y

West Florid ,

SAvalnst the World,



- JAN. 11, 1900.
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NO. 424

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.enatiors- Hon. Sam'l PaTso, Monticello,
Hon S. R.Mallory, Pensaeola.
Representatives-lst District, S.M.Spark-
man. Tampa; 2d District, R. W.
Davis, Palatka.
Land Office-Register, W. G. Robinson;
Receiver-HT. S. Chubb, Gainesville.
tivernor-W. D. Bloxhiam; Secretary, of
Stitte, J. L. 3rawford; Treasurer, J. B.
Whitfield; Attorney General Win. B. La-
mar; Comptroller, W. H Reynolds; Su--
,orintendent )f Public Instruction, W.
N. iniasi ; Cnimni.,,i.iner o' l At .\g i l-
.. turte. L. i,. Wunlnell; A.ljuilrt t Ge -

firsit Di'ALri., A --r. R. A i k)ry. Pe nus.RC.la;E
-ec ahd Di lrictS:tii,,, l Pa %co l nticeell.)
twentv-fifth District--J. B. Olarke, We-
- valHritchka.
Sepre Atlive, W. G.il COUNTY.
'tepre-entiflive, W. G. Coletan, Vernon;
Corty .Judge, D. D. Melvin', Vernion;
Clerk of C6urt, County Clerk, Recorder
Sof Dedils, W. B. Lassitter, Vernon;
SSheriff, 0. G. Allen, Chipley;,Treasurer,
'(,. J. Parish. Vernon; Tax Collector, A.
SQ. Jones, Vernuon; Tax Assessor, J.
W Williams Chipleyv Superintendent
of Public Instruction, W. L Lockey,
Ohipley; Surveyor, P. L. Horn, Orange
Jnstlce of the Peace. W. I.Singleterry;
Notary Publics, W. A. Emmonit, C. H.
Crippen; Deputy Circuit Court Clerk,
W. A. Emmons: School Directors, R.
F. Bratkin, W. I. Singletarv, L. iM.
Ware; P'ost Master, L. M. Ware
HARriso N.
Postmistress, Mrs. M. B. Jenks.
Postmaster; Henry Bovis.
'ostmnaster and Notary Prublic, W. H.

?ostmistress, Mrs. Hasselborg.
fostmastet, S. W. Anderson
Postmaster, Mrs. R. Gay.
Postmaster, 0. C. Tompkins.

Postamastei, H. J. Johlison.
Postmistress, Mrs. Dyer.
Postmaster, P. N. Hutchinwou..
Postoffice on Laird's Mill Bayou.

1 tlarv l'uili-', Frank Hoskins; I'osttnas-
ter,'lhos. J. IB. M-.p,_r: County Cont-
Stmi"iti.ner, Hiram M. .S icer; Deputy
-, . .. 11, ++ it 1:. ,

_F '. -_ t'~

iellindist-Chuirch cor. Washi itgtton ave
and COhesInut st-ltev, L. G. Gunn,
padsor. Preaching at 11 a. iii. and 1:30
p. m. every alternate Sunday.
Baptist-.Church, cor'ter of Wyoming
a p'ti l t and Ciuciuiati street. Church
zontferer i t, turdaV Ibefore fourth Sunday
at4 p.m. Sunday school every Sntiday at
9:30 a. an. Preaching second and fourth
Sundays in each month. Rev. S.L. Loud-
ermilk, pastor
Preshyterian-Church corner l.oraine
avenue and Drake street; Rev. R. J.
Mcllwain pa4or; preactimng on sqcontd
Sunday ot each months at 11 o'clock a. m.
.nid f-t 7 p. in. Sunday Scl.ool at 9:30
a. m. every Sunday, John Sturtock, Supt.
Jatholic-Church corner Wyo0ni,,g ave-
itte and Foster street.

The northern ittail, via Auderson, Gay,
Baybead and Chipley departs every day
except Sutday .at 3:00 o'clock; a. mI.;
arrives every day except Sunua:' at
7:40 p. in.
East Bay mail for Harrison, Cronianton,
Parker, Farmnidale and WetUppo, leaves
St. Andrews going east every morning
at 6 o'clock and leaving Wetappo at
1 o'clock, arrives, coming west every
evening at 7 o clock.
SCHEDULE OF RATES:-For each live
minutes, or fraction thereof, use of
Phone: ,
Between St. Andrews Bay & Gay.... 15c
,1 l .' Bayhead 20c
,, Chipley. 35c
Chipley & Baybead....... 25c
A. i t &Gay............. 30
Bayhead & Gay............ 10
For transmission by telegraph lOc.
extra, not inel u i n g telegraphic service.
W. A. EMMONS. Gen'l Mgr.

Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and No-
tary Public for the State at Large; has
jurisdiction to administer oaths, take
affidavits, legalize acknowledgments,
etc., anywherein Florida. Special at-
tention given to land conveyances and
to marriage services, iihd license issued
to lawfully qualified parties. Office at
the BUOY Office, St. Andrews Bay.


Homeopathic Physician and Ac-
couchert Office PioneerDrug Store,
corner of Shell avenue and Michi-

gan street
St. Andrews

- Florida

One dollar a Year in Advance.

Editor and Proprietor.

Display ad rates 50c per inch per mouth
Position and extraordinary condition
rates subieict to special agreement.
"Local Drift," 5c per line: fitst insertion
2Vc each subsequent. Display lou Is
double above rates.

Her Portrait.
I -tand before her pictured face-
Those dark eyed of the south!
06k i*r^^f^T~IWAM ltfaf*--

,,," n] '. ieu rurw and s r, v '.d' ,
P' O *i :ain 1r
S( xwelTi *. fo'-; ., -I, under wai -

i'. l.,i rinec she hears to seek.
;urn the leaves-alas! too late
This ecatacy of mine!
ly lady's portrait bears the dato
O Seventeen-ninety-nine!

)h, Time, a century earlier,
Or later, thou shouldst be,
jend on thy whirling wheel for her,
Or roll it back for nm!
lhla: hlie 'Ie:.n owHel tie

The Little Bare Fe'et.
Little bart feet, sunburned and brov.
P.tterin' pattern' up and down,
)ancin' over the kitchen floor,
'tight as foam flakes on the shore,
Aight on they go from morn till late,
Fri-n the garden path ter the old fro,
Here hain't'.,'i music ter me soswe
As the pattern' sound of them litt
bare feet.

When I mend my nets by the foamir
Them little bare feet trot there wit
And a shrill-little voice I love 'll say,
** Dran'pa, spin me a yarn ter day."
And I know when my dory comes to
There's a spry little form somewwhet
on hand;
\nd the UL nv'7i-, .t ti*tj .

Is the welcomin' run of them litti
bare feet.

Oh, little bare feet! how deep you',,
Yer prints of love in my warm old
And I sometimes think, when I come
ter die,
'Twill be lonesome-lik in the by and
That up in heaven I'll long ter hear
That little child's voice 30 sweet and
That even there, *on the golden street,
I'll miss the pat of them little bare feet.
-Joe Lincoln in Philad.lphim Satur-
day Evening Post.

Letters That Wilt Never Come.
With anxious features worn and pale,
He waits the coming of the mail-
Each day he asks with hope and fear,
"My letter, is my letter here?"
Each day he hears in silence dumb'
"Not yet, old man, it has not come."
The harmless madman, old and tray,
No one would jeEr or drive away,
"Ah, me!" he says, "long years have
But it will come, 'twill come at last."
And-so he Waits in silence dumb
The letter that will never come.

Through misty visions of his tea, s,
He sees the long, far sundered years,
The past comes up before him there,
When he was strong and she was fair;
Once more- he feels in very truth
The leaping pulses of his youth!
A -trong, strange joy, he feels again
,old, wild fever in his brain-

.ll aug Iy word, a careless tone-
And s~ithas gone and he's alone;
Since theN he waits in silence dumb
The letter'that will never come.

Alas his poor old wits are fled,
He cannot kPow that she is dead;
And so he asks it o'er and o'er,
The same old question as before.
He wakes with morning light to say:
"My letter, it will come today."
With tottering limbs that almost fail,
He creeps each morning to the mail,
And hears with ever new regret,
"Not yet, old man, not yet, not yet."
And so he waits in silence dumb
The letter that will never come.

DR. W. 0. MI'TCHELL, Ab, me!evene
'Physiciiiti aid Detigimt Commerce st., A e! or madmaneven \e
* east of Bitvtiew, Offers his professional Are dupes of ickle d-tiny;
services to the citizens of St. An- Iu Ceaseless hope we ailing sit
drews and vicinity. Residefic otn BUtena For missives tht were ne-er writ,
Vista aveihe. We wait to st e ltieanr-'t rtown
C. H. RIPPE, f seed that we have n,-ver son n;
SNotary Piblii. We seek the hae.gof' mO.i.I to hail
The vessels tha, ,rill v etv'. sail.

Willatlend fromptiv to all htiAsines de- We wait t t will arer i'-il.ed
niiiding his attention. Office o lv- e wait to 0- r garDt lled
*iew street., one block northense t of T. With fruitsof fields wave tnot tilled,
i Dlanford's store We wait in ralheitg st dui

BUTLER & FLOYD, Forlettetls that will never cne.
Attorneys at Law, -J. II. Griy.
SCmpi.tI,.i WASHtNOTON COUNTY, FLA The inodert tad rrt tlv ur,. for
con stipt tiotn at, ,il t I tr,,i, .l ... f rthe
L AW Land 'i'rtles and Collections we famous !ittl ill ,,,ii" .tDe V ti'- Lit-
imake a Spceialty. tie Early Ri-ers k F. r &ekif ,[ :. t-n
tie Ea~y Rfter, R F. L,.40.1:a.n ^ *

Th At Allr


'ta Constitution's Great Offer of 1900-The o e.
ts 'At New Orleans from September to April--F tis-
6('vAn for Your Guidance-An Unparalelled- Off Our


The Atlanta Constitution offers a $3,000 Important congress that i
S.ish prize contest for January, February sembled, the beginning of
:*nd March, 1900. as follows: the, presidential campaign
To the person sending a yearly sub- and the debates and sp^c
-.iptton to The Weekly Constitution, to- progress; the final result,
otherr with the correct estimate on the ber elections, the dev6lo
itton receipts at New Orleans during south's great lndustria~it
.r-r ... r, .i ., the pre-..Lt **r-fledr fqrm and vllal e.
p ,rl ft" tn. ,',( other Impel+

J,, -7--- M
$1,500 if estimated is "received during
$1,000 if estimate Is received during
$.00 if estimate is received during March.
The above are for the exact estimates;
here are besides these six prizes, rang-
ng along. $500, $400, $250, $150, $125 and $75,
.mounting to $1,500, that will be paid out
-ure for the six nearest estimates to
. '. uew Orleans cotton receipts at any
Ime during the three months of the con-
'est. But you hit it exactly during Jan-
iary and secure the full $1,500 prize
The Constitution believes somebody will
hit the figures exactly and expects to
pay out the full amount of the prizes
offered-$3,000 in all. In a Constitution
contest upon the same subject in 1896
Mr. R. T. Poole, of Capels Mills, N. C.,
hit the exact figures and received a
'heck for $1,000 as his prize. Mr. Poole
'id not try to swell himself up at once,
hut very generously paid off a mort-
gage on his father's home place and with
he balance he very wisely educated him-
,:elf at Trinity college, Durham, N. C. He
q now doing well In business In North
''arolina ind lives still near his old home.
t is needless to soy he is a warm friend
The const*+tti-n.
As a guide. In making estirnmto union
he New.Orleans -ort receipts, The Con-
-titultton gives the following figures, com-
,'4l from statistics of the past four
N. n. r'ec's. N. 0. rpT. Tots' TT. q.
EoASoN. ,,. 1- wholp vear. crop for
M'h 1. Sep.l-Anr.31. season.
.*-- .. ....;1.t)0r M 97, 1,. 19.1,17 7.147. A4B
c -7 .... .. .. 1 i1 2.1n".470 .757.96(4
q F -7_n. .. ..2.4?2.1.5 2.576.15 11.199.994
r --'9 .. .... ..1,354.153 ?,130,296 11,274,80
The constitntion's market Pnap will
'fve each week the port receipts for the
itton scoson from which you can always
.o th" New Orleans port receipts from
'p Ieniber 1. 1899. un through the Friday
.-,ertlltelv preceding the publication.
'his will keep you posted to within two
.r three divs of the time you send in
I~ -_fl +t

Tt is he'ieved that some of the Texas
-rn. thiqt as a rn'e is sent In bulk to
ew Orlaqn". will be diverted this year
i',., ..., ,V.- of 'the quaran-
S-, 1 '' "-, ,-' New Orleann .
h ,f^r+ of L Tout~ian?- to have ouaran-
no roiFn- byv injunction from United
, etpe rcoirts will not have very soothing
feet uo'" the d'Toection of cotton shtp-
,rt< p t wn Orl'nr,-. This is mentioned
rom1n na n ot'~,+er in making up esti-
,at o: how much to allow, if anything,
or this cause must be deft to each man's
The SI.O P contAot Is en express contract
o which The Constitution will stand In
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-'onstitution. combined with this paper
-,v be mnde better known in this coam-
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o help make times even more easy
"oi-nd 'about us.
The Weekly Constitution for 1900 will
ne better than ever before. Its special
-ews features are unsurpassed. The Boer-
British war. the Philippine and Cuban
'"- 'ations, the busy session of the most


Their Merry Prank Brouight
Trouble to a Good Man.
It is with a twinkle in his eye and
now and then a chuckle that a protm-
inent and respected gentleman ofh
this community tells thie yarn that
follows. If the facts were not known,
it might almost be suspected that the
gentleman, who hias been high in the
confidence of the nation, had take
part ill tile prank ltintself. Perhaps
he would have done so had the op-
portunity offered itself. As it is, ihe
tels the story with zest.
There was an old clertvm'.-

* as-
es of
tg its

Farm and Frmers' 'a ,-an'j
Kingdom, the Southern i Chil-
dren's Page and other In\ei- *epart-
ments will be ably c,-n.Iurt" will
be esnec!ally adapted to thn, 'qqd.
The ringln' editorials ,-.f The itiutonn
sneaking right out in mr-, .,.aV t v
what It neans in the adr nr of true
democratic rdoctrine and In hib of ,the
great Interests of the masse 'ir plain
people, and proteetbAg th-rr' *'',m thu
grasping greed of those who d wring
their earnings from theh eir hands.
are alone worth the. sabgcrI n price
of the naper ovr o and .Re t r!
The Conctitution ha" '"-'.p f'p ^ th
champion of the people sd a sant ita
shafts deep into the prr.-rravni U.SI that
threaten and beset the -1.pq 74.q com-
nlete exnose of the ria '.--..Ta r. \p n, of
New Orleans. and the ",',~r,... of the
influence of this prophet 'lft Mp ,oon r
crorps. and anostIe of ruInonan'w nrieeF
and hieh rriest of ro.-.Tr".-- ., i, an,.
the southern farmers hrir- n,.
of donprs, ought to win f.-'rT' t,.r|.
tution the lasting grailti. ,f b. h,-
south. The advice to farnma'. t rn n.
!'e against the trust th'it ,
the nrice of fertilizers and fertkllrTnr
trials for the home compost liep and
taking up the cudgel in behalf 'f the
farmer.s against the codmtnhnst'l, ths
would put a fresh burden ubon thin. I
gound and valid, and oukht to te h bdid
The bulwark of the people's rvgh*, and
the best method of defen '4i1ll '.ftn heI
found In a great paper, abWV.and fearles,-
ly edited, upon which the people mav re'I,
not only for news of the ordinary events
of government. army and i n-'P-i life
but also for an alert fr.r-''1' r.,,f trend
of future events that ray ronrate to oum
lasting damage. Thl >. n''%lil of Ne'll:
the breaking down ofthe fertilizer trust
the upbulding of al' southe-n inferp=tf
and the enlightenment of evry v'-ir,.
farm and mountainTome are anong The
Constitution's wa'y high aims tand greal
ideas for 1900. at these intelests may
all be wel' .r' t and with the same un-
swerving i.li' to the people that The
Constitution 4s always shown, goe
without -*,ili !
The mana 'ent of Th- ,,,
with Mr. r'-'Howell as 1111;n-ochl-,
and his 0 d'i"ciln ^ *-n .', ,, h
writers, 1- 'I
ieaderstup V" 0Colonel William A. Hemp
hill as i'2k ., manager, will mainn the
same f -r rh'.,new year. The Constitu
tion's long an.onorable busir( es course
keeping faith \Ith the people in all it?
contracts, c-nt4fl an'-1 elgaeflnents, asn
well as in i'. ,".|it ,i and '-- r.; u .
editorial firnr. --..a. Le A it am n -g..
reliable 'riitiI.Uuit ( ot r country o*
which the people ray depend.
With such a great, general "-n.apirpt
covering the world 'v.we and world an(;
national questions, Yd will, ('f course
need the best and livewt local paper. g;v
ing current local topics and ,1he latest,
and best news and freshe n'
upon events of local Int..rt {. W6 tt,,
this combination secured i nh The C
stitution win L'e fo'nr. t- ,) iLt t,, d
our readers. Thi. pr':. s-. .cl,' n.n,.
when the ser ,'ce I h ','rn t i ..r-,"-r,.
including your estimate in The C'-.it i
tion's $3,000 ,:.:'h .:... t..cer. g it r- la
benefit of th'| high pr;ri ;sernl Id '1",
subscription t,,:,.' .-i, Tne Coh i l sulti-r n,
receive It during J raary andri.j u
to your creilt. M.-k,. y.JL kg r- '
plain, unnmis-ak. bly plain.

meeting hiUse onull hleet Ip iin
the least, ;ni.l tli ,ii s ,0 g.il1i aIlly
slowed do-. i i. -h. n I 1 alite theil
half mile lap. Tlir ii il, ', tiililed
her round and ex\:l,,in.'l',e, I : and
the lap was trieI 'l it'- dr dliree-
tion. The old race-hi's,': wa.iited up
to ler work vicely, and did-a fast
heat to the end df the dist "ice. Thle
slie was turned and did it; agait: in
tihe direction shie had "n at first.
This was kept ip every ior iing and
afternoon during the weelo Cre being
taken to have the star:igr 'ioint al-
ways at the same spot in'li road.

IT h i 've'lr .- c ir

nc- -' i 1 -'\ -r--. ~- c e

ti oit who was ver-y ;iotl And-i .1," -,

dox, but lie had two sons who more
than made up for him by their love
of mischief, and all sorts of deviltry.
One of tiWeir little undertakings w.as
this. Theii father had a sorrel
horse upon whici he invariably went
to "meeting" every Sunday morning.
It was the custom to ride horseback
in those days, when the distances
were often great, and there were no
electric cars or suburban lines to
ovei come them. This old sorrel was
a one-tima race-horse, and been ac-

thoughts (?) ot pleasant
and long faces were il..in
Sunday go to-meeting i
solne realsotn or other thi- 111
a little tardy in stlat ,ti
home that morning, but i
ready and mounted lii M
ble nuder his aim lhit j
script carefully fo.le I i' I
The day wr beantiil n;
ged along-aT if siho li:iad n
in the world. S., guhl~
that the reverend goutilt.iil,

but, of course, under tihe care of tihe
im ili.ister it had become docile and
very tame. One Monday morning
the boys took out old "Behs" to the
road that led to the meeting house.
Whe' they had come to about a
quarter of a mile from the church,
the one who was riding him lldug his
spurs into the old horse's sides, gave
himn the whip, and both of them

over some portion, i.h ,
the morning and i,,-i.I-I,::
hearse once more tli, '.
which this extlmporane(,,n
tion was to be deliveied i
be more forcible. So all
Even now Bess and tile i;

ed into the straight

road t

the little church. The' r
mile ahead could be sic,1
l rf.e r a nd ini t ...

shouted at the top of their. c tr 1 *' 'i l
shouted at the lop of their lungs. gregation, loitering abcuti
"Ii! Hi! G'long there, Bess." He must needs hasten an
And Bess, reitenmbering the days lelt the prick of the spurs.
of her youth, w.nt. Not till she had days c;nme back to her. ,
gone a quarter of a mile beyond the see herself "warming up" I

,1 'Suhnud-.v


_u r_-r4

and fun
with 'the
1'. For
t..-',r was
i,,m hi
. 1in ally

. hi s Bi-
- IliaIIu-
p "'. ket'.

r a caret
% 'i, sIe
I, Ie li-
1. It, tudy
-i .,n 1 for-
l'v to re-
itIes with
i ider to
'ent well.
tet turn,-

came to the starting line.


she did come to the spot where all
the week long she had begun her
heats under the coaching of the boys,
she started in in deal earnest and
the ground fairly flew from under her
hoots. Down the road she came to-
wars tne church, her nostrils dis-
tendti and the minister's knees flap-
ping like a loose sail in a sea. His
hat flew tip from his head and in the
effort to ca4 it, his Bible followed
and the leav-, uf his 'mannsctipt
mat o 4in a long lino like a
was at the clhuirch

old racer, but i as of no use. She
went by so fast that he had just time
to catch a much confused panorama
of the congregation. Two motions
so accentuated and conibined he had
never before experienced. He was
was going forward by leap. and
bounds and he was describing per-
pendiculars in a most exti-aordinary
fashion. Howbeit, although he could
not make much of a view olit of his
glimpse of his congregation, the
members of that body liad no difficul-
ty in seeing him. There was not a
little excitement among the older
pe 'pie are afraid that the min-

sister was being run away with, which
he truly was for a distance. Some
few hardy ones among the younger
men and boys were abused and could
not conceal their feelings, but they
were checked by the frowns of their
elders. The latter were relieved,
however, on beholding the old horse
slow down a quarter of a mile be-
yond the meeting house and made up
their minds that it would be but ai
few minutes before the minister
would be giving them his "firstly"
from thepulnit. liBnt. behold, what
-:is their astonishment to see Bes
i (in around, trot slowly for a short
1...-.anie toward the church and then
st'--"snly launch into a gait as killing
vy'li ,t she h ,>. teld before in the
hotter direction! On she came, and by
.-tie went like a flash, none caring to
tty to stop her. TThe minister's hair
was flying in the wind. He was in
despair. Nothing that he could do
would make Bess give up that furi-
ons speed. At the end of the half
mile she again began to slow up, and
by and by, with strenuous efforts of
the minister, she stopped altogether.
Once more she was headed for the
church, but, as before, no sooner had
she come to the starting point, a
quarter of a mile a' ay from the
church, than she took up her speed
again and carried her rider by the
meeting house like a whirlwind. The
minister was becoming desperate. At
the end of the half he turned the
lioise's head once nore, but with the
same result, that lie was landed a
quarter of a mile on the other side of
the meeting house. Then he be-
thought himself of a brilliant scheme.
When Bess had come to a standstill,
ht urmped from the :,,!i Ih

rather more alacrity than he was ini
tire custom of exhibiting, notwith-
sI ttiding the shaking-up lie had been
ven. Then he led his ho -v v ili
bridle over that quarter of a mile of'
road to the church, where she was
securely tied.

-, iOV~t Li t tte 'tU

some on his escape. By others he
wavdlooked on askance. But his hat
and the leaves of his sermon were
gathered up and were tenderly re-
stored to his keeping by aai anxious
sister. He himself stro, .' into the
house of worship affirming that the'
iuare was possessed of the devil and
that he would ride hir no. moie. And
front t he-pulplt he, quot. i a passage
of Scripture which told of a her- of'
Swine rushing down a s'-eep hill itito
the sea as a somiewat parallel case.

.I am indebted to One Minute Cough
Cur6'for my health and life. It cured me
of lung t-ouble following grippe." Thous-
ands owe their lives to the prompt action
of this never failing remedy. It cures
coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, pneumo-
nia, grippeanrtd throat and lung troubles.
Its early urse presents consumption, llIt
is the only harnitess remedy that gives
timnnediate relief, R. F. Braclkini & Solu.

at led by Lilke i it Freshi.
half a "Send in your items of news when
they are fresh," says the Salisbury
the little (M.) Press. "We don't like to publish
tie con- a birth -after the child is weaned, a
the (door. marriage after the honeymoon is ever,
s[ o Bess a death after the widow Is married
The oli a :atiim'nor the notice of an entertain
lie could ment after the job work is done else
s he c where and the editor is charged- for ad
,.*fore she mission."


fire close to the ground. EMUILSION
"'Bag (tiger),' said Nandha. as he EM ULSION
climbed over into the back seat. 'We
be dead men, Ram Deen.' h Of Cod-Liver Oil with tlypo-
"'Blow!' I commanded, giving him x phosphites. Although that
the bugle, and he startled the jungle was nearly twenty-five years
with a last, I gathered up the reins, w a nay t itst d alone to y
and, adding my voice to the terrors of ago, yet it stands alone to-
Nandha's music, I urged the horses z day the one great remedy
with Whip and yell to h fury of speed, for all affections of thl throat
and the lighted lanterns showed the L d
great beast leaping Into the darkness ahd lungs. n n
tto escape eour onset. The bad taste and odor .been'
"Nandha ceased not from blowing taXen away, the oil itself has been
on the bugle till I took It from him by partly digested, and the most sen- I
force at the door of the p'ostoffice at a sitive stomach object 't( it rarely.
Kaladoongie. Not one in ten can taX:and digest
"They gave him bhang to smoke in Nine 0 d, ten canst
and arrack to drink ere hli slept that the la OTT'l NineEU f teand di-
1 *light. for his great fear had deprived take SC0T E 1N and d
' hni of reason for awhile, and he look- Z guest it That's why i cures so
e round him as though he expected to many cases of early c umption.
see the tiger's eyes everywhere. Even in advanced cas,. it brings
"rThe ipg follow w ed' me to the hither comfort and greatly prolongs life.
side of the Bore bridge,' he said to 5oc. and$.o00, all druggists. .
a me next morning as we prepared to SCOTT& BOWNE, Chemists New York. +
return to Lal Kopoh. put I laughedit -I *r- o 44is-

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GO, LOVELY RO i. at his fears, to give him his courage.
co, leWel rose I "'It is a devil.' he whispered, look-.
Tell her that wastes her time and me, Ing cautiously round him, and I saw
That now shie knows, that the light of his reason flickered.
When I resemble her to thee, "When we came to the Bore bridge,
How sweet and fair she seems to be. Nandha leaped to the ground, and in
Tell her that's young the dim light of the In.,, tI'., 1 could
And shuns to have her graces spied see the tracks of a great beast on the
That hadst thou sprung grot, to which he pointed, and en
In deserts, where no men abide, ground, to which he pointed, and even
Thou must have uncommended di3d1 as we looked there came the roar 'f a
tiger. I could scarce hold the horses
Of bSmatyrois the worth while Naudha, whose limbs.were stiff
Did her come forth. ire with fear, scrainmliled into the back
Suffer herself to be desired, seat of the mril aivt.
And not blush so to be admired. "Wheu a tger puts its mouth to the
Then die, that she ground and gives voice, no man inmay
The common fate of all things r%.e tell whence the souad comes, so I
May' raid in thee: staid not to see, if I might. where the
How msnail a part of time they share .., i i
That are so wondrous sweet anti fair! l.ybU gave the het so-
-Edmund Waller. rein.
".\- wevo clenred .'.. ,1 ,,f' Ii It- lridgilj
J aBd}h s .. ,,., i.. -,... ,. .,-.. .-.". ,.
> < ~glanc.ug back 1 saw the ti.,'"r .l'.t'' ' r -
TH LAME TIr pursuit of us, and within 100 paces.
S" W"'FI.n,, 1 ('ti m handed, l.iii.line tli

OF HULDUANL '. bugle to Nautiil.-i: nhut though he foolC
>* it from ume. he i)par'd ire ot to i Le'-' '
S, stand what he was rh'quitrei to ido.
AStory howingThtItI Moroan- low! said I oinwe more. SIing
to Bie Brave. him, but he took nd ho'ed of te, and
< was as a man who walks In his sleep:
"'>0-o& I*A Illy4 So 1 put my arm round hdnm .1m lil.t,
It was in the middle, of May. just be- him on to the front scat b`'idt h u1. and
fore the beginning of tho lesser ranns, even as 1 pulled him to tme his head
that Ram Deen and certain wayfarers was drawn over his sihou!'ler by thd
sat round a handful of fire at Lal Koo- spell of feat'. There was n foam cn nhis'
ah from mere force of habit, for the lips and onis leadi and he, sht)ok sd
I that I Ifcareed he would fall off the malf
hcat of the evening was gri'at. and not .
a breath of ai" stirred in the jungle. .'. .e h:'ve. Nn. :,.!' I s'.outid to
The sal treeli had lo It their leaves atnd hi "'h< bia~t is liame. and we shall
lboketd i:e ghosts, the g:':ss had h)een socn leave it icl.!!lhl.' lFor answer, hb
burn-ed d a: di'cct:ona, tla1 as: the sun turned his l'aceI u I(.me for one insttant,;
sot in the cc:pper sky it lUt up a land- and his lips fratinel the word 'bag.'
scape that might liave stood for the but no sound iamie therifromt.
abomitn ci f dcsolat:n. *-Suddenly he lnughed like a child
The dry chirping of the crickets, just that is pleased with a toy, babbling,
T and saying: t'low bet .utiful is my.lord!
beginning to tune their first uneasy Soft be the ro d to iIs feet But look.
strains. accorded with the unholy my lord linipetlih: Ic-like he hath a
scene. Even the horses w.itlg for the thorn in his foot!' As he rose, I put an
mail cart were imbued with the de- arm round him and forced him down
pressing influence of the se ason and again, and at that instant the tiger
hung their heads with a sense of de- uttered another roar. The horses
pair. swerved and would have left the road
No one spoke, and the hookah passed In their fear had 1 not put forth the
from hand to hand in a d-:ca'y silence. full strength of both my arms, and as
Suddenly the attention of thos, soon as Nandhtt felt himself free he
Suddenly the attention of those assedm- a o
leaped to the ground and advanced to-
bled was attracted by the curious ac- ward the tiger. He alked Joyouly,
tion of a bya (tailor) bird in a neigh- walkedjoyuly,
tio no abya tailor) bird ina as a loyal servant who goes to mieet
boring mimosa tree. It was calling his lord.
frantically and dropping lower from "Looling over my shoulder (for now
bough to bough, as though against its the horses were in the middle of th
will road, which here stretched straight
"Nag!" exclaimed tihe buinnia. and ahead of us). I beheld Nandha proceed
directed by his remark, all eyes were, toward the tiger, which now'crouched
turned to the foot ofth three. where in the road, waiting for him, its'tall
an enormous cobra with tu waving from side to side. Whe be
hood, was swaying its heatd from side w fo s
to side and drawingte wroed bird was within five paces of the beast, he
to side and d te wrtcd bird salaamed to the ground ,and as he!
to its doom through the fascination of stooped the tiger sprang on him with
fear. another roar and, throwing him over
Ralwas D whose sympathies wereless, its shoulder, it bounded with him Into
always with ihe weak and defenseless, the jungle."-Westmister Budget.
rose to his feet and, throwing a dry
clod of earth at the reptile, drove the
o -t at 1t < l b Mr. JoFor Rheinmatism.
creature from the tree, while the bird, Mr. Johnson-I notice. Jaspe -t
released from its hypnotic influence, you have the rheumatism as aid as
flew away. ever. Don't you ever take nnvt'si t.- fo*
"Brothers." said Ram De'en, "fear is ever Don't you ver take any for
the father of all sins and the cause of Jasper-'Dzed I does, sah. I taks
most calamities. He who feareth not crutches moe tly.--Boston Courier:
death is a king In his own right and
dieth but once, but a coward- Hard to Undler.stani.
shabash! who can count his pangs?" "I can't understand IIumpl:in's Ger-'
"Ho,. ho!" chuckled the little bullock man friend at all."
driver. "IRam Deen. the fearless, shall n y,
live to be a hundred years old." "pecanr.s I Ion't undrc' Ger-
"Nay. Goor Dutt!" said Ram Deen, man."--I'hnl1 piip Nti ',lri gravely regarding the little man. "I,
too, have known fear. No man may I
drive the mail to Kaladoongie with- m **at s in |m|-
out looking on death."
Ram Deen smoked awhile in silence,
and when the expectation of his listen- K l V U
ers was wrought to a proper pitch he
went on, "Ye all knew Nandha, the .
hostler, who used to go with me last
year from this stage to Kaladoongie?" MflE Ell 9 *
"Aye, coach-wan ji," responded the
carrier for the others. "'Tis a great
telling, but not known 'to these hon- Ask your physician this*ues-
orable wayfarers who come from be- tion, "What is the one gre
yond Moradabad." .
"Brothers, ye saw the plight of the remedy for consumption?"
bya bird but now; so was it with ie will anSWer, "Co0d-liver
Nandha," said Rant Deen. oil. Nine out o ten Will
"One evening ere the mail arrived he ol" Nine out of ten Will .
called me to where he stood by the answer the same way.,; ;
kikar tree yonder, looking down at g Yet when OerSon have 2
the ground. In the dust of the road consumptin t *y oni
were large footprints. consumption e at al
'The'se tbe the spoor of a tiger lame fatty foods, yet fatis nces-
in Its left hind foot,' I said to Nandha.r the eco ry and
'^e.T~ere it crouched on its belly- and' .-sa- for their recovery and
wiped away the wheel tracks made by they cannot take plaia cod-
the mail cart this morning.' liver Oil. The plain oi! dis-
"*'Tis the lame tiger of Huldwani, turbs the stomach and takes
coach-wan. He is old, and he hunteth y theappetite he dis-
man. Gunga send he is hunting else- 8wa e pis-. is-
where tonight,' replied Nandha. agreeable fishy odor and
"When we came within a mile of the s taste make it almost unen-
Bore bridge that night, the horses
stopped suddenly. They were wild a durable. Whatistobe done?
with fear, and refused to move. The This question waS .anS-
night was as dark as the inside of a & wercd when we first made
gourd, and beyond the circle of light ed n fT
made by our lanterns we could discern
in the middle of the foad two balls of sC T '

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NoTs.-It must be remembered that th<
wind is not a wholly reliable motive pow
*r and if the sailors sometimes find it im
possible to make schedule time it must be
charged tothe elements; they do the bes
tt ey ean.

The steamer Alpha arrived fron
Mobile Sunday evening with eight
passengers and a heavy freightag
for St. Andrews. The Alpha wa
delayed for several hours outside tli
Pass, dragging for a large anchor
which had been carelessly throw
overboard without the cable chai
having been made fast. The seared
for it was unsuccessful and Cap
Clark says the loss of the aclior an
cable is fully $350. He texueels t
be at St. Aidr' agailln [i1[eLSj
6 fihe preei.t niolthli.
The schooner Tortugas of Ceili
Key& was in port Friday en route i
Freeport withaa shipload of negr's
detine. for the turpentine camps.


LeavesSt. Andrcws Bay every Tuesda
leaves Peisateola every Frida
(weather permitting). Special atte
tion will be given to receiving ai
forwarding freight for parties living .
Ea3t and North Bay, passengers fi
points on either arm of the Bay cs
depend upotv securing prompt trans
portation at reasonable rates. Fi
further information apply to
L. M. WARE & Co., Agrs

Carries the East Bay Mail between S
Andrews Bay, Wetappo and interned
ate points. Leaves St. Andrews daii
(except Sunday) at 6:00 a. in.; arrive r
Wetappo at 12:30 p. in.; leave Wetapp
at. 1:00 p. in.; arrives at St. Andrews
7:30 p. in. Makes landings regularly a
Harrison,-Cromanton, Parker. Pitts
burg, and Parnidalea. Freight landed a
any postoffice wharf. For passenger an
freight rates, see rate card in the sev
ral postoflices.

To the Deaf.---A rich lady, cure
of her Deafness and Noises in the Hen
hy Dr. Nicholson's Artificial Ear Drums
gave l10,000 to his Institute, so thue
deaf people nnable to procure the Ea
Drums may have them free. Address Nc
1221 The Institute, 780 Eighth avenue
New Yeork.

AT Week's Weatlher.
The following table gives the maxi
"atsa, minimum and mean tempera
iltes,the rainfall and direction of th
Sfor the twenty-four hours ending
ait To'luock p. m., as indicated by U. S
ilImeunent self-registering thermom-
S gas. Max:Min. Mean. R'n W'd
Jan. '3- 45 23 34 400 nm
%" 4 55 26 41 .00 nm
5 66 43 54 .00 s
b 72 48 60 .00 e
7 68 52 60, .00 w
8 68 44 57 .00 se
9 60 52 60 .00 se
-Porweek...-63' I 41 1 52' .0 I


Parker Lodge No. 142

Regular Cominuni-
cations on the ]first
and third Saturday
k in each month.
Visiting Brothers
W. A. EmaMs. eretarv

YOU MUST have pure blood for
good health. Hood's Sarsaparilla
purifies the blood. Take Hood's Sav-
esparilla if yonwould BE WELL.

Lewis Dennis, Salem, Ind., says, "Kod-
ol Dyspepsia Cure did me more good
than at.ything I ever took." It digests,
what yun eat and cannot help but cur-
dymp*psia and stomach troubles. R. F.
Arackin & Son.
What the Jury Thonught.
During a trial for assault in Mel-
bourne. a club. a rail, an ax handle, a
hah... Att\ik..,nd oalalre.,axhlihlf$eKa_
the lusiruimeNt with which the deed
was done.
It was also shown that the assaulted
man defended himself with a scythe, a
revolver, a pitchfork, a chisel, a hand
saw and a dog.
The jury. decided that they'd have
given a sovereign apiece to have seen
"Mike," said Plodding Pete. "dere's
only one time when I envies de rich."
"I'm ashamed of yer weakness."
"I don't'blame you. But when I read
about dese swells coming all de way
from Europe as saloon passengers I
ean't help feelln a pang o' jealousy."-
'Waahlngton Star.

New Songs Welcome. ,
New songs always sell welL It'sa
such a relfef to get rid of the last one i
that anything new will go.-Ports- f
mouth Chronicle. !

A Narrow Escape.
Thanktul words written by Mrs. Ada
E. H at, of Groton, S. D. "Was taken r
with^Abad cold which settled on my
ungs: oough set in and finally termin- o
ated in consumption. Four doctors t
gave me up, saying I could live but a
Short time. I gave myself up to my
*tkyor, determined that if I could not a
ptmith my friends on earth, I would t
t eet-6nmybsent ones aboVe. My bui- b
band was aidvjised to get Dr. King's
X)ew Discovery for con um option, coughs t
and colds. I gave it a trial, took in all 1
eight bottles. It has cured me, and a
thank God I am saved and now a heal-
thy woman." Tri al bottles free at any
drug store. Regular size 50c and $1,
guaranteed or price refunded.

-A serioji stabbing affray occurred
at about 9 o'clock last Sunday morning
at the Bubb place about five miles from
St Andrews on the Wewahitchka road.
At about that hour, John Morris, who
ives with a brother who recently rent-
ed and lives on the Bubb place, stood
talking with a young woman, neigh-
bor of the Morris family, when another
young man, named Bryant who lives
somewhere on North Bay, appeared on
the scene and at once began to try to
provoke a fight with Morris. Morris
replied that he was not a fighting man,
and would not fight on Sunday, anyway;
wnereupon Bryant drew his pocket-
knife and began an assault upon Mor-
ris and followed it up until he had in-
licted twenty-one wounds upon his vic-
im-many of them serious and it is not
improbable that they may. yet prove
atal, although Morris was still living at
ast accounts. Dr. Kester Was at once
ent tor at St. Andrews, and he made
.11 possible haste to attend the wounded
man. He found four of the cuts were
iot less than eight inches long; in an-
other, the point of the knife entered
he left lung, and still another was an
ugly gash across the neck In dressing
,11 the wounds, Dr. Kester had to take
wo hundred and two stitches; but left
iis patient as comfortable as could be
under the circumstances. In the fracas
Iryant cut a gash in his own thumb
nd came to St. Andrews, where Dr.
Mitchell dressed and sewed it up, since
vhich time Bryant has not been seen
nd it Is reported that he has fled.


-For Furniture, Springs, Mattress-
es, etc., go to T. C. Danford's.
-The law firm of Butler & Floyd, of
Chipley has dissolved, Mr. Floyd re-
turning to his home in Avalachicola.
-A rood 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
apnear in the current issue.
-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 ol
money and want to buy on long time foi
actual settlement you can be accommo
-J. D. Coffman has the frame ul
nearly enclosed for his new residence<
building back of Old Towl Wbei
L I I "eT- O n as b-u
work can be accomplished, Mr. Coff
r man's residence will rank among th,
finer ones which already add beauty
comfort and convenienceto "Lovely St
Andrews by the Sea,"
-L. T. Travis, agent Southern R. R,
Selina, Ga., writes, "I cannot say toi
much in praise of One Minute Cougl
Cure. Ip my case it worked like
charm." The only harmless remed,
that gives immediate results. Cure
coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis. an<
all throat and lung troubles. R. F
Brackin & Son.,
-The Buoy has a limited quantity o
California sorghum, or sugar cane see(
for sale at 5c. per ounce; 40c. ner pound
This cane grow ten feet high and tw4
inches through at the base on the Buoy.
Farm the past season, and is vet-y rich
in saccharine matter. If ordered by
mail, add Ic. per ounce for postage
Also a few Nonesuch strawberry plant.
for sale at 50c. per hundred.
-On Thursday, Dec. 28th, Mrs. Car
rie A. Bubb died of cholera morbus, al
their home five miles from St. An
drews, on the Wewahitchka road. Mrs.
Bubb had been gradually failing foi
many months, and her weakened condi-
tion made her an easy victim to the at.
tack which caused her death. She was
58 years and three months of age and
leaves her husband, E. Bubb, to mourn
her loss.
-Taxes for 1S99 became due Nov. 1,
and all those who are depending upon
the Buoy to attend to the payment of
theirs will, of course, remember;that if
they have a sufficient tax account cred-
it to cover the amount, the payment
will certainly be attended to; but if
they have not sich a credit and satisfac-
tory arrangementf to that end have not
been made, they just as surely will not
be paid by the|Buoy.
-Hood's Calendar for 1900, copies of
which have been received by the Buoy,
is a gem in the way of calendars. The
design, two pretty little girls in pink
and blue, types of innocent childhood,
supporting the detachable leaf calen-
dar is uniqe and shows a hapy inspira-
tion of the designer. The calendar is
so constructed as t3 stand automatical-
ly upon the table, shelf or counter, or
may be hung upon the wall at the will
of the owner. Get one of your drug-
gist, or if more convenient, send 6 cts
to C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass., and
receive one by mail.
-It has been demonstrated repeated-
ly in every state in the Union and in
many foreign countries that Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy is a certain pre-
ventive and cure for croup. It has be-
come a universal remedy for that dis-
ease. M. V. Fisher of Liberty, West
Va.,only repeats what has been said
around the globe when he writes: "I
have used Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
edy in my family for several years and
always with perfect success. We be-
lieve that it is not only the best cough
remedy, but that it is a sure cure tor
croup, It has saved the lives of our
children a number of times." This rem-
edy is for sale by L. *M. Ware, St.
Andrews and Bayhead and all medi-
cine dealers.

-Look at Mauger's Advertisement.
-The L. B. Q will cure a cold in one
day. For sale at the Pioneer Drug
-Bring your ordinary school ink bot-
tle to the Buoy office and for 5c get it
filled with Arnold's celebrated Chem-
ical Writing Fluid-the very best ink
made. Must have your own cork.
-Just received the finest stock of
perfumes, candies. genuine maple su-
gar, figs, dates, prunes, English car-
rants, apple butter, quince butter mince
meat in bulk at the Pioneer Drug Store.
-McCall's Magazine for January and
February have been received. Both
are charming numbers, and besides
beautiful colored fashion plates, they
abound in choice reading of interest to
the ladies.
-Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either St.Andrews Bluff, oriBuena Vista
Point, at 8c. per dozen; also map of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 12c. per dozen, at the
f BUOY office.
-Rev. Dr. Crozier, a returned mis-
sionary, from China will preach at the
Presbyterian church, morning and
evening, next .SundAt. 1th in,
: Besides giving his.;i c

ea.-- ,IeI

Sa very interest collection of bric-i
e brace which he brought with him an
chbeei fully explains to the people.
'. -The Buoy is advised by Mr.'W. C
Butler of Chipley that, his father, wh
came to visit him about the middle
o December was taken suddenly very i
h and died last Thursday. He states
a also, that Mrs. Butler has been lyin
y at death's door for the past two weeks
s The Buoy trusts that the excellent
d lady has recovered and is out of dange
? ere this.

f Great Rejoicingl
i No More Medicine!
The Dr. King Chill Pad cures Chills. I
o it fails we refund your money. $100,00
to back our guarantee. It is a sure pr(
Y ventative. If your druggist does DoC
h keep tnem we will mail you one on re
y ceiptof Irice-$1.00. THE DR. KING
CHILL PAD CO., Memphis, Tenn.
s The KatiiTr'o .. .
The Kaffir Is a day labiorir and reck
ons his wealth In the number of lieadi
of cattle he may be able to acquire
IHe works for a couple of years undi
he can get 11 oxen or cows. TIhen IW
hies himself to the Zululand on tie
east or to other countries controlled by
black men and there buys hiniself a
wife. Ten cows Is the price of a wife.
s The eleventh Is killed for the wedding
d feast. The Kaffir remains a few
months with his wife, then off to the
mines he goes to earn the price of an-
When he possesses half a en
wives, the Kaffir's menial toll isj ver,
4 and he becomes a gentleman. His
wives plant the mealy (corn) a look
after what cattle their lord and aster
owns. With a kraal full of d ters
the Kaffir must become a rich li
portant person.
The daughter of a chief coA 25
cows and the daughter of a kh4 Go0.
no matter how old or ugly. The chiefs
are severely strict in their watchful-
ness over the morals of the Kaffirs. If
one Is found guilty of dishonesty, he Is
fined so many oxen. The Kailr Is
said to be better in his original state
than when contaminated with what
they call civillzation.-Columbia State.

He Hedged.
She-To think that you once declared
that you would love me as long as yoe
lived! And now, hardly a year married.
and you care nothing at all about me!
He-But you see when 1I told you 1
would love you as long as I lived I
wasn't feeling very well, and I really
didn't think I would live long.-Boston
G. H. Appleton, justice of the peace
Clarksburg, N. J.. says, "DeWitt's Liti,
Early Risers are the best pills made for
constipation. We use no others.'
Quickly cures all liver and bowel troub-
les. R.F. Brackin & Soii.

General Lee's Modesty.
A month or so after his surrender
General Lee went one day to the store
near his home in Powhatan county,
Va., which served also as the post-
office. Everybody In the town was
Instantly eager to see him, and In a
few moments the store was crowded.
The general was talking with the pro-
prietor about crops and other matters
and appeared utterly unconscious of
the fact that the gathering of the resi-
dents was due solely to his presence.
Suddenly he realized& that everybody
was watching him and modestly said:
.."Bt I see I am keeping you fropi your
many customers. Pardon me!" and a1W
once withdrew.-Ladies' Home Jour-
A Frightful Blonder
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, cortm,
all skin eruptions. Best pile cure on
earth. Only 25 cts. a box. Cure guar-
anteed. Sold by all druggists.

When Home In Sweet.
Fewer wives would sit lonesomely at
home while their husbands roam else-
where In search of entertainment if
more wives realized that home should
be something besides a clean place to
eat and sleep In. Men "hate" wom-
en's tea parties and large show func-
tions. but they like dinner and supper
.*i., i,

[artiesl. iany L ai Ies reflraliu tromUU
entertaining because they cannot do
so on an expensive scale. It Is, how- Havill Greatt Run on Chalm-
ever. possible to give small dinners and ben 's Cough Remtedy.
aippers)i that are both enjoyable and Mianrfartin, of the Pierson drug
inexpensive. Ask people who either store ihs0 us that he is having a great
do or will like each other, and If you run o,jniberlaiu's Cough Remedy.
wish the women to have a good time He sell bottles of that medicine to
have just as many ien guests its woun-
en guests. If the lien are to have a on of their kind, and it gives great
good time. make sure that some of the Satisfa4- In these days of ]a grippe
women are pretty and flattering. Men there (nothing like Chamberlain's
like to lie flattered. Oh. yes. they do.- G,,ug iedy to stop the cough, heal
Gentlewotnan. Up, ,,.: Ithroat and lungs and givc re-
To Cure a Cold e Day leifwita very short lime. The sales
To Cure a Cold n One Day re ,., and all who try it are pleas-
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. ed i p'npt action.-Seuth Chicaa-
AH droggaits refund the money If it go rD'a tiume. For sale by L. M.
fails to eure. E. W. GROVE'S signa-t Wgap.o drrws and Bayhead and all
tuireon every box, 4 Sc. mudiclaIer'.

we w
a cc
L. M

Senator Mallory.
"he friends of Senator S. R. Mal-
lor, of Florida, will be pleased to
leanI that since he came to New Or-
leats his health has much improved.
Um er the excellent care of Dr. T. S.
Kennedy, his brother-in-law, whose
git lie is, the improvement .hab
bee steady, though not as rapid as
ha, been hoped. Present indications
are.hat the senator will not be able
to asume his duties at Washington
foi several weeks.-New Orleans Pic-
ay ne.
STax Assessor's Notice.
will be at the following places
at lihetimes mentioned for the pur-
pe of assessing and collecting the
st*e a4d county taxes of Washing-
to cottnty.
iconina, Jan. 15.
gixop, Jan. 16,
arkor, Jan. 17.
St. A4drews Bay, Jan. 18.
Grasy Point, Jan. 19.
0a i' Mill, Jan. 22.
2Vau, Jan. 23.

a- no0. Jan. 29.
d st Bay, Jan. 30.
an Washington, Jan. 31.
). leer's Ferry, Feb. 2.
.o en Head, Feb. 3,
of W. WILLrAMS, Tax Assessor,
Q, JTONEi Tax Collector.
e Washington County.

g REAT record of cures, une-
s- A ua'lVd in medical history, proves
It Ho 'apariIla possesses merit un-
*r kno tf any other MEDICINE.
Rot to Open a New Book.
told the book with its back on a
smootb ,r covered table; let the front
boari diwn. then the other, holding the
f leaves '1 one hand while you open a
o0 few lea~rs at the back, then a few at
e-t the frng, and so go on, alternately
ep ninc back and front, gently pressing
G oP/' d sections till you reach the
center of the volume. Do this two or
tltee times and you will obtain the
bjt results. Open the volume violently
r carelessly in any one place and you
pill likely break the back and cause a
tart ithe leaves. Never force the
back.t it does not yield to gentle
opening Tily upon it the back is too
tightly or e.ongly lined.
A connoiueur many years ago, an
excellent ctAtomer of mine, who
thought he krsW perfectly how to han-
dile books, cami into my office when I
had an expen:si'. binding just brought
from the binderyready to be sent home.
He, before my es,. took hold of the
volume, and tight, holding the leaves
in each hand, inste of allowing them
free play, violent yened it in the
center and exclaimed -ow beautifully
your bindings open almost fainted
r He had broken the baacf the volume.
S a o, d. _"M oder x
"'ooktinding Practicu Considered,"
by William Matthewy

Got the Wrr.s Woman.
A pastime whli.ii;htains among the
farm classes of 'rea. known as the
"packing off of.'idOws, consists of A
raid by some dionsolate widower and
his friends on saevillage known to con-
tain a yount, "ow the forcible abduc-
tion of the la d'n question and her mar.
riage to the ,imower. An instance of
this iJtd hF recently come to our no-
tice. A. ower living in one of the
villages f Kangwha with 11 friends
went to 0 hamlet close to the walls of
. Kangwh city where a widow lived
aid sOiz and carried off, after some-
f woat of battle, a young lady. It so
I hapenedthowever, that they had mis-
t taln thbhouse and unfortunately got
3 hol of tli wrong lady. Early the next
moring.n indignant posse came in
purait, jut the men who had commit-
ted be -astardly deed succeeded in
e eludig tjem. The youpg lady. how-
r ever,vyasrescued, and after the house
of tiwi power and its contents had
been etely demolished she was
escor e in triumph by her hus-
band a friends.--Kobe Chronicle.

TTf k winging In Bengal.
The p'n' fGangutia, in Bengal.
have aarbatous practice called book
swingi T'iy deck themselves out
with ;lands, and then assemble to-
gether nderf# the most horrible tor-
ture. ,ire abott a quarter of an inch
in dia ter and seven feet long is
pierce rongh the tunigne. and then
the wri'ed being will dasce for over
half an' nr with the wire still hang-
ing thr h the tongue.
Soiu them form themselves into a
rbw a re then sewed together by a
are R- by th arms and look like |
herriipn a wire when ready for the sft
It lionght that the victims are
druggonsiderably beforehand, owing
to thlllen. dazed expression they
wear Lughout, but sometimes one or Tr
two foand are with great difficulty thi
brougbund again. h
esenerate Cockney, ally
The uage of the lower Londoner her
Is cha "Get rine?" TI
"No 'rine gawn, ent It?"
"Getr train?"
"No. iin gone, hasn't It?" of
Ent \ old ain't) seems to cover heal
Isn't, wt. weren't has, hasn't, have, I.
haven't, hadn't.-Notes and Que- i
ties. s Bend

MANAGER every county in the
United States, to handle
the heat paying business known. Legit
inmate, Reliable, New. Address Dept. K.,
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St., New York.,



Hats : and : Caps. /

"Actions of C'ej

The fragrance of El!" is
vigor and strength, ncitier o`
which can be found in a per-
son whose blood is impure,
and whose every breath
speaks of internal troubles.
Hood's Sarsaparilla purifies,
vitalizes and enriches the
blood, gives a good appetite
and makes the weak strong.
Run Down-"My husband -was run
down in health and all fired out. Those
excellent medicines, Hood's Pills and Sarsa-
parilla, built him up again." M1's. H. L.
Macwry, Tcowanda, Pa.

Hood's Pills cure liver lils; the non-irritating and
nyly cathartic to take with blood's Sarsaparilla.
Dahlla For Food.
Tt Is an Into'restin.g fm.t that when
lp dl 1 h.1 we .' "r J t, e
-7T^r-as nut a7 flower that It was
valued, lbut_ as vege.tnIble. The plant
Is said to be really akin to the potato,
and It was thought that it would prove
an important addition to our food re-
sources. The single variety seems to
have been Imported first, the Marchion-
ess of Bute having introduced it about
100 years ago. It came to us from
Madrid, the Spaniards having, it Is be-
lieved, found it first in Mexico, and It
was Introduced Into France as well as
A few daring adventurers appear to
have made trial of It as an edible root,
but it is never an easy matter to popu-
larize a new article of food, and the
tuber of the dahlia did not take on. If
It had done so, the probability Is that
we should never have troubled much
about Its cultivation as a flower. We
never do grow things for fruit and
flower, too, and if we had sacks of
dahlia bulbs In Covent Garden we
should have had no dahlia show at the
Crystal Palace.--London Correspond-
That Throbbing Headache
Would quickly leave you, if you used
Dr. Kina's New Life Pills. Thousands
of suffrrers have proved their matchless
merit for sick and nervous headaches.
They make pure blood and strong
nerves and build up your health. Easy
to take. Try them. Only 25 cts. Mon-
ey back if not cured. Sold by all drug-

A Reflection on the Judge.
In an address before the Virginia
State Bar association James P. Harri-
son of the Danville bar told this story
of an eminent judge in Virginia. who
sat on the bench with his feet up be-
fore him. showing his soles to coun-
sel and audience: "The defense had
offered a little negro as a witness for
their clicnt>- anri thli&uijoueniVtahi's
attorney challenged the witness as too
young to testify. When the pickanin-
uy had been sworn on the Holy Evan-
gelists, hlie was asked by the common-
wealth's attorney what he had done.
'I swared.' said he.
'And what will happen to you now
If you tell a lie?' the lawyer roared.
Mly 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.' "-New York Sun.

Whint Women Don't Know.
"One of the mistakes of women."
said a woman's lecturer the other day.
"is in loving too much. They can nev-
er make a mistake in loving, but they
ought to 1)0 careful in picking out the
man. They are rather apt to do it on
the grab bag principle. Another of the
mistakes of woman is not knowing
how to rest, and still another is not
knowing how to eat. What women
don't know about both has built 10,000
hospitals. Consider the way of man
and be wise. Women worry too much.
They are misers to jollity, and they
nearly always die leaving a large ac-
count in the Bank of Merriment."

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the womb with its frightful pain and
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y this remedy. No matter if every-
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fy daughter, Mrs. Matilda Embry has suffered
ost constantly since her child was born. Fin-
she commenced the use of your G. F. P.
erstle's Female Panacea) and two bottles cured
It has c ted several women around here, so
have ordered two dozen bottles more of it.
hrelkel, Ky. MRS. W. J. EMBRY.
Try G. F. P. at once. It will make you
strong, vivacious, regular and cure
you of any form of female weakness.
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your drngeist does not handle rG. F. P. ask himto
for it, otherwise send us your order and $1.00 and
ill supply you direct.
ERSTLE & CO., Chattanooga, Teon.

L. M. Ware guaranties every bottle of
amberlaln's Cough Remedy and will
mnd the money to any one who is not
sfied after using two-thirds of the
tents. This is the best remedy in the
id for lagrippe, coughs, colds. croup
whooping cough and is pleasant and
to take. It prevents any tendency of
oId to result in pneumonia. Sold by
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Notice, Spain's Greatest Need. A My-terlous Pansisord.
I will be at St. Andrews on Thurs Mr. R. P. Olivia, of Barcelona, Spain,. The Baroness Burd>tti-',utts was 1
spends his winters in Aiken, S. G. mee sheppiiig in Parts an was passed P ND R ST R
day, the 18th day of January, 1900, Weak nerves had caused severe pains t'rom one ie ppaitent to ..t.er bf
for the purpose of collecting the htate in the back of eis head. On using Elec- te shop.efn. al\;... v ith '.. r k,- .
and county ,A tr the l 1899 trick Bitters, America's greatest Blood *vo t ..-* i u'd fr
and county taxand Nerve Remedy, all pain soon left Iu^ . ,, -L /...
A. Q. JoNES, Iax (,1,let, him. He says this grand medicine is ,,".. ', r
\ a. u C,,u,. vhat hib country needs. All America t".
Wcuows that it cures liver and kidney
trouble, purifies the blood, tones up the Struck by the pcculiorlt.v this re- A
Latin. stomach, strengthens the serves, puts rain, the baroness .-:,ed the letor ,__ _-_-.W__e know i
Latin. once the speech of a petty dis- vim, vigor and new life into every as she left the tr:illl'e: "l-rav of nothing better to tear the a
Thursday, Jan. 11, 1900. trict by the Tiber, became the standard muscle, nerve and organ of the body. what (does 'two tI 1, '-. noti.-.d ining of your throat and
%- medium of intercourse for a might If weak, ti -ed or ailing, you need it. each assistant s: :.1 i 0 Io e, I nLs. It is Lctter t':an wet
S A Wempire, absorbed into itself the spirit Every bottle guaranteed, only 50 cents, wherever I *,,It in .our hq., feet to c.use bronci.itis and
S T. A N R E W S of the institution, became its outward Sold by all druggists. "Oh. it is nothin. hlie i'lr4 '"mere- pneumonia.. Only keep it
PRICESCURRENT embodiment and survives today as a Personah. ly a password that y art-i. t,. h:,i.l u long enough h and you
arc'lwill Tih ln your rppetite 4 OFSHOPT AVENUE AND rICUcigIAuTr
monument to the essential character of it of t" wilos ing your -ppetite,
GROCERIES. that Institution bette r ta Chas. Myers and wife of Wheat- Bt the 4arone nC OI3st1. bi o as f ae
Granulated 6 He No .......5 Coliseum or Forum. Its present place field, Ind., cante in on the Alpha with this explannmiin. ai e *,' ,,n, makig everything exactly
...... lbaTea, w lbuColiseum propososay broughtv erth ingr eacl y ST. ANDREWS BAY.t FLA.
CofeeA .....5 Gunpowder.. 40 in education, in literature, in is uday evening and propose to stay ing, when the port'. n right for the germs of con- ST ANDREWS BAY, FLA.
Ltrown..... 5 Unco'd Jap.40-60 determined by the place that Rome broughthomeher prel. e i gumption.
..ofee, Cond milk, 5 can still holds in the organized life of all winter if it seems to benefit Mr. "My boy. would ,y.u jk earn 5 d Stop coughirn and you
Green.... 12@20 Unsweetn'a.10 Europe and in all organized life Myers' health. They seem very fa- francs?" will get well,
singer r snaps 31b 25 Baking powder tion. A visible emblem is the place it rablyi ressedwitht.ndrews. "Tell me." said the 'hat does
Trackers,soda. 10 Royal........ 50 still holds as the language of the Ro- They were guests at the Stone House 'two ten' mean, and I vill e you 5
"Oacco, plug 20a60 Campbell..... 10 man church for the Roman church is until Tuesday morning when they francs." edntyonn a i I Ha d e no
"aisilns Canned fruit In all reality the Roman empire ex- "Why, don't you k no ma, rm?" said I
Londonlayers.8-15 Peaches.... I 0a20pressed t s of the things of th ook passage on te launch for h e A 0 I
Valencia...... ls........ S, soul. The schoolboy learns from his the homestead of their frend, C. L. rance. "It menis. I our PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY OMPOUNED!
pp les Pears ......... 15 Latin, if he learns it well, more than Lathrop, at the head of East Bay. eyes on her ten fingers., D K o li
Evaporated... 124 Plums......... 10 words, rules, paradigms, maxims, bits The mystery was solt he shop- E T D. i
Dried Peaches 8 Apricot...... 10-20 of history or scraps of mythology; lie Several new additions were made men of the Trols Qua s d taken
poll Oilprgal .... 15 Strawberries... 20 drinks in the life of old Rome and the to St. Andrewh' Peoria, Ills. contill the richest and the mo"- .
sohne ". .....% V e IV'&V-AMi ]1 .1 rtii-itm 1 t" J L'ln-l -
.....n--- i -n 6 *.-t -! th -" 170.. n a reat rita r
Wlorida Syrup... 40 Canned Meats ganization, authority. There is noth- 7pa -rt
loney..........00 Roat Beef.d. 15 tng left us, now that the Romans are Alpha, Sunday evening, among the
e pr &.... 15 Chipped Beefo-3 gone so Roman as Latin.-President John Knott, an old friend, who owns ma nar wa s cures coughs of every kind.
Butter ..... 25-30 Lobster....... 20 a winter home here and his niece Not ag a ittb e insur An ordin cough disap
Lard........ 8-10 Salmon...... 15 ece nce agent persuaded man to pears in a single night. The
eans...... ....4 Canned Vegetables Going Into Comminsion. Miss Anna Ashton, who made many take o6t a policy of $5,0t he latter racking coughs of bronchitis
ocoanut pkg... 10 Baked Beans... 10 Speaking of ships and shipping, one friend during her sojourn here last had to clear idea of th action, re s oon completely mas-
but understood that on1 yig the along, the coughs of cOn-
SFiuitPnddine 10 Corn. .10@15 hears frequently of water craft "going winter. They were also accompa but understo tt e e And, i not too far E ast B a y a tor e
Jelly, glass, 10ai22 Peas........... 10 Into commission," and it seems natural winter. They were also accompan- premiums Promty ew be enti- sumption are completely
Lime Juice ...... 45 Pumpkin...... 12 that the landsman should ask, What ied by Richard Haworth, an elderly tled to $5,000 some timle, e began cured.
Eggsper doz... 15 does the phrase mean? gentleman who spent the winter here bothering the agentcr t oeyafter ofAsk your druggist for one P A E K } R F
S PROVISIONS. The term has been misapplied, ac- y a couple of weeks ha npai and the of '
AflourSwan Por2.5 D cording to the statement of a shipping two years ago and will make his agent tried to explain to that he
Majestic .... 2.75 Baon Sides. ..... rm when used in connection with home at Mr. Knott's this winter, would have to die e could get Dr. Ayer's Our Stock is Complet Our Prices the L
MOurit. The Chinaman feliCo n a cellar-
Corn Meal prbu60-70 Fresh....... 8al0 merchantmen. A vessel built for trade Wni. Wall, of Peoria, Ills., wa an iway and was badly u. a cellariends r Pe t O C
Oat Meal pr lb... 5 Br'kf'st Bacon.. 11 is "in business," "or laid up," and the w an ay and was badly h. His friends Cherry Pectoral O C-OO S A T -E BEST
Corn perbu ....55-60, Ham canvassedl21 term "in commission" is not applied to arrival on the Alpha, Sunjay, and tried to attend to him lrt out calling Paster i -"The Trading Public is assured that ,re will ot be undrsol
Potatoes Shoulders..... 10 her except by such people as they who comes to join his Iriends here from in a doctor. When theyvlti call one in rPTheas . T ig a .Pi w o n I
Irish....... 1 20 Beef go "up stairs" and "down stairs" on a that fl:)urishing city. two days later, the doctor Vas angry. The Highest Market Price Paid for Country Produce I
Early R'se seed 1.20 Corned......... 8 ship. "Why didn't on callIt ill aid the action of the
Sweet..... 60@75 Fresh........ 8l0 As to yachts, the same authority said, R. A. Willard of St. Andrews asked. "This man i ~ h e Cherry Pectoral. now."
altprsac ....85 Dried ......... 25 "When the owner raises his private shipped with the schooner Tortugas Next day the injured ina brother eer avny compaitntwhat-
Table........5 Milk pr qt..... 10 signal and h 1 ever and ceaire the best medical
Tale ........ 5ARD WARE signal and has commander and crew to pilot the vessel into East Pass and was at the i.surr.nceoucai a claim advice you ,an lossily obtain,
Nails, per tb3aa4 Ax,with handle.. 75 aboard, the yacht is in commission, up through the Narrows for $500."You're not eil to promptt ruet yio t o.aybe o great
Gal wire do.6a6 Hoes, each....35a50 and this does not happen until the ves- anything on this," said tfh*-urance vaDl0 J. ATLIs. wen ,"--aSS
G a v w ire do .6a6. H oes, each .o e s.O ...35 a. ag ent. im'.
Manilla rope...9al2Copper paint, can 45 sel is in condition to go on a cruise." agent. "until the man is dead, /. ...
stoves cook,. .$8a25 Linseed oil, gal55@60 War vessels are in commission when I want to let the people who suffer from "Doctol say him half dle("' an-
Pipe, per joint 15 the commanding officer's flag or pen- rheumatism and sciataca know that swered the brother. "Why heao glet *- Die* ' '
DRY GOODS, nant has been hoisted at the main, and Chamberlain's Pain Balm relieved me af- lat half?" Unvaried Diet. of
Prints, per yd.. 5a8 Checks .......5a5% this again indicates that the vessel is ter a number of other medicines and a F. B. Thirkhead, Health I1Stor of time soldier who loved liquor better
Sheetings.... 5a9 Flannel. .....15a40 in active service-New York Tribune ea, .tor of time soldier who loved liquor better
Muslin....... a Thread per spoolNew York Tribune. doctor had failed. It is the best liniment Chicago, says, Kodol D pra Cur can- than food, and was bound to have his
leans. ..... .15a45 Shoes, ladies. $la2 75 I have ever known of.-J. A.DODGEN,Al- not be recommended to' lhi. It Cured diet according to his taste. It was In
Hyou Ceot adresyspepsia."ion, hgaet.snhn the days when British soldiers pro'
Extrapantspat 2O 5 Men's. .. $140a300 A man tried to w himself in the pharetta, 3a. Thousands have been cur- you eat and cures idestion, artt days when Btsh ols po
Hy ISprwt 75al. NEOUS. 55 A man thriver by jumping off a ferryboat. ed of rheumatism by this remedy. One and all forms of dyspef~ia. R. F. Brack- vided themselves with rations out of
Bran .......... 1.25 Brick pr M.....13.00 Unfortunately for his purpose, he wore application relieves the pain. For sale by n & Son. ng of the men a strict insproper feed-
Rope Sisal .....7@9 Lime pr hbl...... 75 a cork leg, and the leg not only refused L. M. Ware, St. Andrews and Bayhead THE MAGI(A DAg oCE. the daily mess was instituted. It was
FRUIT and NUTS. to sink, but kept the would be suicide and all medicine dealers. found that unless this was t done many
Oranges pridoz.. Pecans pr lb..... 15 so far out of the water that he could Dance me the dance tyt you dand, Clar soldiers would go without meat in or-
Apples........ 12 Walnuts ........ 20 not drown. IHe was very much disgust- bMade a Slight Mistake. That day, with youimynstical ar soldiers would go wit
Lemons ......... 25 Almonds........ 15 ed. particularly when he found himself Before accepting an invitation It is When joy hi d d, der that they might have money to buy .
n hll p,00 1.OY50 OpeST ned pr qt .. 15c under arrest in Jersey City on a charge as well to be sure it is given In good And you danced 5a dead man'siheartl Donald loved whisky, and could live BY Co.SMOPOLIT,, GAZI' S .':
LIVE STOCKpened pr qt .. 15c of disorderly conduct. Suicide Is not a faith. After an afternoon service held Never a curve or Ajwerve amiss- ve n m y an cou liv
Horse... $30al00 Cows ....... $15a25 punishable offense in Jersey City. Had many years ago In a certain village in Dance as you daed that day, Carisse! he wed butcher's meat. But at ther he
Mules.... $50a$100 Hogs........$3 to $4 he tried to drown himself in New York Scotland, the preacher, a stranger, who Dance me the that you danced, Clari dly mess it was meat.But at he ing table are not half understood An illustrated maga
M)xen.. pr yoke $30 Sheep.......... .$: waters he would have found himself in had officiated, accompanied one of the From the bo ,lut dancers apart, s dly mess imt bwas essential that ig e a ost
OU LTY much worse plight as regards the law. elders of the congregation home, and For weary tonight, Id have meat before him. with its wealth of illustrations, its stories of adventure
.'jickeinseich 15a25 Geese each.. 45a50 -New York World. was introduced to his w.f.. loveits descriptions of travel which carry you to the remo
....... ............ \,-^~ i man having asked the clergyman to Dance nme a e or a woman' !oe kiss, lid p to the require. uts. When ends of the earth, and its instructive articles for young and old-ti
resh FISH.alt The water Spider. stay to dinner, the latter, after a little li a rainbow ibbon Clarisse, Clariset officer went his round Donald ha are the first requisites for your own enjoyment and the entertain
lresh Sallt pThere is nothing new in the diving pressing, consented. Dn' lsse, mess before his. I to ; tip and propha tr
Mullet pr doz 25h Mullet pr Ild The 4.51n tell. let Th gooladythurried off to prepare Dae the danceL t you danced, Clarise, 'Ipo, and tripe aoahin for a m'e, and proper education of your children. -
T'rout ........., t25 Trout ........ 4.50 hell. Long before man thought he'in- The good lady turried off to prepare That day, with 'ur wonderful artl )r.. a
P'ompano pr 11.. 6 Pompano.... 10.00 Iented it the water spider knew all for the unexpected guest, and seeing, Dance dov, the sorrow I "Do you alwntys eat tripe?" asked thl TO secure for you the best and most interesting of the great il
turgeon...... 10 Mackeral .... 8.00 about it. The water spider crawls as she thought, her husband washing, And ow tomorrow, Inspcting officer becoming a iinttle s treated magazines at the lowest ible rice has been th aim
L, UM 11ER. down n ree(u. dragging his diving bell as was the custom in those days. at or Im weary at hart ,in a world ikke this: pIcus. editor of
Flooring, Ceiling. with him. and anchors it under water the family sink. she seized the family Here I to a Now da. iar "Always, your honor." replied Don editor of this journal. That we have succeeded we leave our rea
Hart, ,mn...$14.00 Heart, i m...$14.00 on a level keel, so that the air it con. Bible, approached stealthily from be- Atlanta (otituton. adl. to judge. A special contract recently entered into with The Cos
Face .. 12.00 Face .. 200 tains keeps the water out. hind an brought down the ponderous The officer stuck a fork into the dish politan, which seeks to become better known in this neighborhood,
Sap ... 10,00 Sap ... 10.00 tome upon his balI pate, exclaiming: ITANTED-sEV1ERkL BRIGHT AND before him. n s to eo er on i thegr oo
Drop siding, Clapboards, nThe Passing of the Hayseed." "Tak' ye that for bringing hungry T HONEST persons to represent as "Well, Donald," he remarked, "I n enabled us to offer yo a year's subscription to the greatest of the
eart 14.00 Fiisin. lum- ..$12.0 ho does know him, wth hi s preachers here to dinner every time Manaers In this and close Iy counties. er before saw tripe with buttons or treated magazines together with a year's subscription to this jour
S10.0 Fiishig h- goike beard, his wispy hair, his "gal- they come to the parish." Slary $900 year and expenses. Strght,

dressed ... 2 h res te tt h o BeothToget herOne earforOnly$ 1.86!
ity, his speech uncouth his gesture ter out, concluded that the old lady ha cted at home. Reference. close felf panon.
- ungainly", his greenness amazing? Who made a slight mistake. She, too, came M 0-oN Com.Ny, Dept. 3, ('h" ,g. Don't Put a bird 'n the Window.,
atrrh Cannotd be Curea has not ,n him on te stage of the to te sae co sion when, on re- s t a bird n the indow In this way y secure your own home paper and an illustra
With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they vaudeville farce or outlined by the turning to the paror, shie beheld her aid a bird fancier to the reporter the gazine at a price that is only about a fourth of what some of
cannot reach the seat of the disease. overwor'ked curicaturist? No one. husband paently waiting F hi e TO Our e lR other day. "1 rarely go into the street illustrated magazines sell for. For three years The Cosmopolitan
Catarrh is a blood or constitutional We are famililar- wih him from ab- erend friend! g or revi ur e es* n summer, or even on a mild day In undisputedly claimed that it reached the largest clientele possessed
disease, and in order to cure it you surd hat to ludicrous footwear, and Here is a Great h *a winter, that I do not see unfortunate, any periodical, daily, weekly or monthly, in the world. It was 1
Catarrh Cure inin taken reminternally, 'and "v beenu for years. Wh sees him on Over-Work Weakens WE HAVE TO OF YOU! canaries hung in the windows. Eved Cosmopolitan which sent Julian Hav.wthorne to India to let the wo
acts directly on the blnea and mucous t eets of rthwestern cities to- If the sun is not broiling the brains know the real horrors of famine and plague. It was The Cosmop
surfaces. H-all's Cater Cure is not a day? No one. Your Kidneys. THE BUOY and under the little yellow cap. a draft is itan which established at its own cost a great Free Correspondei
quack medicine. It was prescribed h Ini a nuodihI.d form he exists in that-.A blowing all the time over the delicate
oneof the best phlysiians in this coun- part of the nation which Bostonese are Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. THE TWICE-A-WE r lowingPel the ime o t del a to University which now has over 20,000 students on its rolls. It
try for years, and is a regular prescrip- wont to call "way down east." He DETROIT F ES body. People have been told a thou- The Cosmopolitan which offered a prize of $3,000 for the best hor
tion. It is composed of the best tonics also etxists to son xteit in the New All the blood in your body passes through Both Papers On bird in the draft, yet how few re- less marriage and pzes for best plans for public baths, and best arran
kuown, combined with the best blood England that is nearer Boston than your kidneys once every three minutes. An( the r es B member that there isalways a draft in ment of sewer and pipe systems for cities. It was The Cosmopolit
purifiers, acting directly on the mu- Maine, while from New York and New b The kidneys are your y f Fre e Prstj oy- Booc n open window!"-Berlin (Md. Her- which set the presidents of gtrat schools and universities serious
cous membranes. Theperfect eombi- Jersey le is not altogether absent. I tbr out rthe waste or O E n l i $o discussingt whe defects of exisine educational systems. It is T
produces such wonderful results in cur- thr h Chie s rt ast i the o cosmopolitan whose enterprise is lw s ii the lead in advancing in
ing Catarrh. Send for testimonials, an ige o us ri e-at least as the ae orou THE TWIOE-A-WEEK FREE PRESS W orl d's civilization..
J. F. CHENEY & Go., Props.. Toledo, The passing of the "hayseed" is de- 'T their work. is conceded by all to be Alichign's lead-' We have also succeeded in arr. fo two di:t'o'. l offrs
O. Sold by druggists, price 75c. sizable. As the farmer becomes more W\ Pains, achesandrheu- R em ; c per" thiy n d tg of "onnection with this journal and The mCoroe Pasrolil'in *
Hall's Family Pills are the best. like him of the city he and his children matism come from ex- this ember that by taking advantage of After placingon yourbook-talhea ber t of the i trated maz
i. ..will care less fotn r lifthe wso lled delight-s blood dueritoneglected BUOY and 104 copies of tu FREE y8 p p u. Atin connection with your home paper, probably the most import
On df.. .. prsl...n, o .f..... etl g s- t blood, due to neglected PRESS and the FREE PRE3 YE
prvrhit inat tuit ilife. wctilil rec(;tn e his kidney trouble. PES and th .RE PRES YEA thing in a household-for every household, in fact-is the pro

States sent ,r me. ; ,en ele and will be better satisid with his lot. heart beats, d makes one feel as though The Fr Press Yar BDDk andin o
etoi oi but ad not ye' -Minneapolis Times. h eat a ob e es though The Free Press Year Bk and Itartiflciallydigeststhetoodandaids in Bookkeeping is the "Ellis." It is nut only a c,:.i '.: i, trt c
ed to thn high otice. but had not Y"I -Minneapolis T~mes, they had heart trouble, because the heart is It fartuce dibtsts th" fdnr
"I hcr.' he said. t yor have ju over-working in pumping thick, kidney Encyclop dia for 190D. Nature in strengthing I but-- l, r
omle back fromn N asheilnt::3 it is thelates discove red dioes."
,me back from Washington-" ae tetd l -tn. poisonedI blood through veins edrt -t0y e)ee a_.- --ieghe xr- ledger, bill-heads, statements, bank-book, bills payable and bills
Yes.' ..e were o e traced to the kidneys, contain a ant and tonic. No other preparation ceivable, checks, remitting book and every conceivable appliance
o I h Sri ,- .. : f but now moderns-ne v stVill contain a Correct, Co.t and can approach it in efficiency. It in- beginning and carrying on the business of the farm, the shop,
lou .hl",', I. l, -.. 'W ; :,'h,. i' s w si (lone for all constitutional diseases have their begin- Complete Report of the Ev, t stantlyrelievesandpermanentlycures manufactory or the store. More people fail in business because t
tell me all-:,h,,, it. i 'l.nt sort of a 1hi 1lh :I t-7rr'ss nmmed Jane Ann ning in kidney trouble. of 1899. Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, do not kee their accounts straight than from an other ca
house t? Iow Is it managed? How who was over ft in height If you are sick you can make no mistake As a book of reference it has qua Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, d tudets and ro
may rooms are n it? Whereaouts She was so puffed up at bug patroniz- by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild There will not e a useless page al Sikotherresultsofdach mperfectralgiaramp, and Farmers a nd mechanics, hus and poor, all need some k led
does the president do his work? And ed by royalty that she claimed preced- and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's Practical Educator and Hand prepared b . impet Co., Cdgeton. acsional men, yong and oldthe "Ellis System" this is easily acquir ed thro
bow did you get in there-how do vis- once at once over all the other washer- Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is Encyclopadic Information on s ok pad by E. C. DeWtt Co. Cca account
Itors manage to see the house while a women and retained it for many years, soon realized. It stands the highest for its Statistical, Official, Historical, p ,nd soldr by R. F.ra in & So. t, n- home study.
president and his family are living n wonderful cures of the most distressingcases and Agricultural; likewise a ook drews, Fl, The cheapest price at which this is sold at retail is $1.75 (exp
i ai y ae n and is sold on its merits :. ligiousFat, and general Practial irec from Michigan unpaid), but The Cosmopolitan has purchased m
It?" .,y all druggists in fifty I a c: tio ns on every-day affairs. G eo. S H ack er & S on, tomsa nu
"Why." andisolonitme-oaris ct, an geea Prcicl GeO Hacker & n thousands of sets so that it may offer them if taken in conned
been to Washington! ave you never .. You may have taking advantage of this offer. Th book with this paper and The Cosmopolitan
stedtheWhteouse?" tB; ample bottle by mail Home of Swamp-Root. will be published about Dec. 22, 899 it
"No," said he, "I have only seen the s teace uy :ree, also pamphlet telling you how to find being impossible to get it out ea on i on
outside of It. I have never even seen ClOthing and GentS' ut if you have kidney or bladder trouble. account of getting complete r of ll T Th r fr
a president or, in fact, any great man. Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer 1899 events. The book will be nas- o--
I am so peculiarly constituted that if I Furnishing Goods & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. kcoon after above date as possible, If MANUFACTURERS
owo not delar, but take advantage, opu
knew the greatest man in the world At Rock Bottom Prices! Good Horse Sense .Io not delay, but take advJntaje of l
could be seen by walking to the corner At Iis Store may also be found Con- The Mexican burros ascertain where limited tims eal onlfe, bywhich we ma or a I I One other opportunity We offer you. You wish to keep in to
I would not walk there. But now stantly on Hand a Full L o to dig for water by closely observing hmsted s me only, by special arange- with metropolitan life, through the mediu. of a great daily.
that I am about to make the White ine o t rac o e o ments with the publishers R .. r Thrice-a-Week World of New York is the equivalent of ad e ly
that I am about to make the White onHanthe surface of the ground. One ob- we send b)oth papers a full yetr ,: ,r the cr
HBouse my home, I should very much Ceneral Merchandise server writes: book for only $1.75. Address is a marvellous fund of knowledge concerning the happenings of
like to hear all that you an tell me AND "We had found water in an arroya ST. ANDREWS BUOY,, day. Each issue contains six to eight pages of eight columns eac
bout It"-Julan Ralph In Saturday Hardware! of a sufficient quantity to make cof- S. Andrews Bay, over eight thousand columns of reading matter a ear. In for
g Post. A Tin S fee, when we saw three burros search. days this would have cost you probably as much as $6.00 a y
hc t e At Tin ShoD lng for water. They passed several by itself. Now you can have it, if you wish, in connection with y
"If the apfits, we it." It ou ha Run in connection with the Store, af- damp places, examining the ground home paper and The Colit M
boils, pimples, scrofula, salt rheum, dys- fords ample opportunity fo.t tie closely, when the leader halted near us home pposmopoan magazine
pepsia, rheumatism or catarrh, you are and began to paw a hole in the hot.
just the one that should take Hood's Sar- Repairing of All Kinds of Tinware dry sand. Having dug a hole some- tS
saparilla, for this medicine cures all Here are manufactured the thing over a foot in depth, he backed
Hood' Pll cure all liver ills. Non-ir- he Io Heating 0 out and watched It intently. To our T rAlways TheYea
tesetrouble shet Iron Box Heating Stoves! surprise It soon began to fill with wa- that only cost haif as lmuch._ .
Hood' Pills cure all liver ills. on-r- Which are so deservedly popular. ter. Then he advanced, took a drink Tested, true to name, fresh and ANDNo
stating. A call at B. V. Brock's Store will and stepped aside for his companions reliable. Always the best. Ask ce parish CoBrtesy.
conne o rik. When theywent awa we for Ferry's-take no other. B a i Is hereby given to all parties holing In the Spanish Bibles and p
WTconvince al todrnk Whe they geetweayfw Write for L900 Seed Annual. e!aims against the estate of R. E. How- books the nameof the Saviour and
Toayb of his goods and o e drank from their well and found the D. ERRY .. dow ad any lass ard, late of Washington county, deceased, of the saints are always printed
llTofPATENT Good Idea: ness Of his goods 'nd lo'vncss of his w erto b er t n any we t l i p. to arese it .1h the
ourmaid Address, pce pi to present them to the undersigned ad- the title "senor" (mister) before
STHEad. Address, p ice n had found for many a day. There is ministratrix within twelve months hereof
THE P Baltimore, ME,. no witchcraft about Mexican burros, ESTIrATES C H E E R F U I L.Y or the same will be barred by the statute as Mr. John the Baptist, Mr.
ubecrlpuions to T Patent record $.0per annum. ut they have good horse sense V N of limitations. TACHADICK, Paul, Mr. Saint Matthew, t.C
ey have go Dated Dec. 5, 1899.. Adminitratrix. Record.











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MOBILE BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 5,000 Our Grand 5,000 . iru me, the nat o I mean? You know what mko i What \e Eat
~MOBILE BUi 111 Nv E Stes D the"vI .,,'upants of te house I mean." answered the man. "-He has T? PL rSiT I. intended to nourish and sustain us
Ornitholog al Contest. the policeman on the been here at last-perhaps not for the ILES f PILE 1IJUiJ v ,b ,m ,e ,d s i. ,m .
SLYONS Prest. J. F. DRAGO, M'r. Something entirely new and interest- of g. first time. But I have found it out. 1 a, COT, PATN s.i tc i ted, butefore it ca do this. an otherl
inJ. LYONS,. Read what you are to do. You l)n:.hue shrank from have found you out." ia ietrof recent r hsin r n In other
may get 200 cash. Our contest is to se ewerred a quiht en- Donaghue heard a little stifled moan ,and perman et ure. N oiv... i rt re words, the ,ourkihment contained it'
Awho can make the largest list o nam dow wholly unob- and the crash of a body as it fell on the 1 seno list te i-
AL^M I & ,-I .... ....... I.....
l (or kinds) of birds from the following a l departing, left floor. e bean to ather a crude ide gitors mi I o c
let154 164 N. Commerce St., MOBILE Ala any ties to ake a naea itap- ha w ath but in a dead faint, and, wither face ETIONAL MA st be o separate by the di

tance Woodcock, Plover, Sn1 I:Bird :, ;. ;, ey th her of whate it was alol boutshe la motion- d fact hat this medicine ives d d

Bnm To any es w c m s R. D I M W A D 0 H T 1, hee t the man who accused MMMMMMM1I I
Me w i rent as a bird a 1 IL portal some experiences with Meaggie. He had At Dr. Mioodl
uN oA D atES EbAuriVE m vw and e i e ore s ee ini ofa y theo
WBe wBii Awnear tareid atihws not the been jealous himself once. He raised B t ya w unver iood to o

Mr a, g r I l1When Pou have maSe out your list fiE V'l pE"hen: ee do( e e t wao f wH dint was tal aout. lie a al. I l l iLhnert that gives strength to nerves
belonging to the feabottom offered tribe, whe-adv I t. swhat He'sad a r peered over te' ru tore. bood to all parts o the bdy. Wped
thr it be a Hen, withow, Singer or any t w of di- the sill of the windowen. He's a villain. We have made arranement believe the reason fsalt them boilsore
othdreed envelope, then ifuse any letter as nI slone y an.l had ew The woman was not moanin now, ch we can furnish this fine MAP
154 164 N Commerce St., MOBILE Ala. any times to make a names it r that wa aythn but in a leadd faint, and, wit her faceitory, inc ing the Cinciati and all die tha

Spers n wthe -o sends the named of ,.u Ile was not a e r as white as the sheet thas run away Pcovered fo e--- t----
stante woodcock. blov e; aisnoBird,t so.hott her in the room above, she laymotion- t ll V fd

A E PUEPA E O oURNISH f 25 or ore diffrentist recames of birds, D oi nite care he re was considerable human na country, for r ri
we will gi for e absolutely FEE abeatolu- l oor anid entered ton s he room. ture n Donaghue, even though he did ONE DOLLAR. t n e

uuurzn avle20 rls.td Dressed Lumbaebd ayr of All nthm ooradmb be leT ol her with- bu.r n......in g wy,. ..- -and the i..t ,i.etoes the functions of those o.e r-
u ^- -v a lu eday a 0 onrah kih Dmo oi ae ind o stand. eu up ald leaped back lands purchased of the Cincinat "So y-Lv on.
Ruby Ring; for the ext bet solution, A through the window. cn be easily ascertained which cover ood ino o-we w
THE PATROWhenA OF TH PUBLI SOLI ITED a G od Piee a d t all ourre list .fi la ..,' the wm eld homin Look Hedidn'theven s houted, and then aay s m r an their e s to ere
solut the line on the bottom of this adv. I sbe drk. That's what manas suddenlyoward. i for a pair of f, pss. y l continue dy ed-
YTer GashOr ee prizesE LA b aand send to us with a Stamped Ad- lace of the strong hands were clasped about his desption an we .rii e their b! I' a seoo salt t en iS.
drenosedt enhave to wait a longpe, time i ucer- i,t l the white sheet that throat, and it when he followedighus to on- whichwe ca and return the Map by malf s ; o:-t ,porded
t ded a prize you can if you desire ` to, of.anto one nch. His don. l e can takehad borne him to the floor Address THE miles square and eruptions, caatarrh-
Tet the prize by beeomingt a subscriber l H c ,auset' d by her breath- in a moment. eSt Andrews
to the Woman's World at the rate of d o- o a want you. And some day he'll run f territory, including the C cinnati he as ad all disease t
13. T 01WPKIIS & CO. We sal award & Dt adv. to j 1 1- th the d was not lc ed, of territr, inclthien
to us, and on the day i t reaches us, if o away from you, poor, beautiful, mis-ng a country or 1 Map of the City of St. A- riin in impur blood.
ou st is the best, yo shall sehave d"what htm e 25oud h nlo despsqea erable fool, just as he has run away Paelf rew. Either manton, ansold sinadjacentv- -t

PITT B R G ON EAST BAY. tl> Goldl Watch or if second best faintly ju.ntl' name yPaul-Paul erWell, who are you?" said the man. ...-.---. *l e s;.* .said tse unembarrassed
S PIthe beaP utiful Tea Set, be ase had a vague con- "Let me." sit up and I' tell you," an- .
A E V L' H UR 1811 niry forbe deception on our port-we can- daus,,,wi to leavininite care he There was considerable human na- country, for '
L1eadsc o beant mo se st so- T oor nld entered tei aoo tr m ure in Donagh ue, even tho ugh he didoo DONE DOLLAR. i orrt how i-:o. ty dealer inyo
R u gu h- acwd Dressed wLumbar sandof All d o a-h otte;' w' a nI t bi, derli i, li te Lo 'y:

e. .. inviteS the purchasing ublic to Call, pie youhav ainedby answering the ;.'s-i lta :,:,r,_e-r.ratould ouse The BU-OY and ,,s. ,ou ill ,r.lst he with coll
am ne Isstock and G T PRICES as'possibleay, Konrathe exami ners will judge I. **n: wives H Pte "st at do you meau? Why were you Ddnorests M.purcasazine....d........ 1.7 of e dear siri" eic d W lesal.
--- Ruby Rings ; for the ext best of their ability, and .. to the dressing case here?" asked the mawindow. Detroit Fc bre ss (twice-a-weik you'ree v e too ch. Yo won't
THE PATRONA E OF THE PUBLIC SOLICITED a Gold Piece- and fo, all other correct ui. eltI the window fell upon "Look here!" he shouted, and then Compauy an be easily ascertaned "o.i". wle." d. \Vholeale, 'we wil
solutions, Prizes of Gooawarded Value These Lif you i, the pink of her hently was suddenly silent, of or a pair of or, parties may send us $1 and their e tr wet
Terms sh brendrsed notes prizes wifull be forwsatisf rded dailn seny, you will t,,, her throat, the lace of the strong hands were clasped about his des tifion an we i locate thei.... 5 y continue to et
not have to wait a long time in uncer- iht.1 at the white sheet that roat, and the heavy weight of the ot and return the Map by mail l si

t aint Tf re yo kno te. result to. a tv wt o-- t and return ch 'th th Xpolic d
dtainty before you knowb the result. -,.t.,i ,- itto one .ci-,,w u hue. larger man had borne him to the foor Address '1[HE oy, ,its: I h i'. dicour
Thouldere is no element of lottery intour -I,! .tL1ti n c caused by her breath- turned and dropped to his Cincinnati Enquirer twice a week Lc.
If yo need FURNITURE of any kind, call on offer pan, it makes nodifferene whether -ace piny prostrate 8 are pa each isse..... "You can i i alw s a fool for

to and reputation the day itknow exacthes us, if "r- m ii -.. ii. t Donaghuen "No!" screamed Donaghue, making a country. or 1 an ip of th it of St. A- i" said the ma n who s had h
our list is the best, yo shall n "what d ad He could at her H desperate effort to free himself drews.s all order to THE sold si UO. Jack didn't know enough to i out
SPITTSB U RG ON EA ST BA Y. the Gorld Wal th or if second best fie adding ltlI n niss to the saul d the man" Brm Well, who are you?" said the man.he had a little money
uW the beautifrculatioea Set, and so on. We are ,,`' pd t he had a sagre e ot f "Let ne sit up and I'll tellyou."o, whle
-f011- guarantee that we will award you a raortain disrespect for seed Donaghue Our Clubbirnghi. tie ktee inI ag-inte ct.
AR prize. There is absolutely no opporu- i1. 1 migt be. A man The man released him, still keeping
S deceptions obn our port-we can- ut te o leave such a wom- nh within arms' reach in the corner The BUOY has made vey bera c tatil No 1. rising:
Leads ~in Low P~rices ann not afford it. We want to get 1000000 l eht le lingered but a of the room. 10Donaghue felt his throat thing a-rangements with a few of the very Ho i' i opose p ang you
pendent of all othessr tothe ar for th .unig of tB eront ar thin g thenderly, best lim..o in thecoun. ad for 75 ...c ts "" uil.n id la flr, and .v' .rrit'fus
eands ion we don't want you to sed any erhaps it is I who ought to thank cat. W. ns Th riht after it came othe se
aOODS. money until you know exactly what er old man," sai onaghu n said the man peremptorily. aftr all, the present an send fo a whole e-- mens andt Ts ma ill he roon
He invites themittee purchasing public to call, prize yptu getting thavehatgained by answering the :he was l ...y ly a yongedshe wasith provedthe "I"that mythe man thattrue toas in the house,"full and I wasbout moth
puzzles. As soonafter4p. m.eahday wives. He stepped es' r"Don'ey .0etn sln." e oewan tn tIh
the lists to the best of their ability, and B...~- d4juJl.ui. to the dressing case heire" asked the na a. Detroit Free Press (twice-a-week "you are seven yt 't toe n'ut1(11. Yout won' t

Ex mi n himol the exam indrssell ujurdidieg t o you o ice-Chicano Wh werel y ou Aite olo77 r5 ws t

Sliability we refer to any Advertising willingg to take my oath that I was cur- to prepare for the pss olic map ol and at last made up my mind that sev
Agent or budesiness mandate the prize. We will .tI U ed y the room. He pick- "Well." a nsw treyd Donaue regain- of And Y as it really is............. n times seven aa 4 anwith w h ast
Pavsthe H es Pre r green Saled AL AT HIDES. ite you aton notfyin you what ., N the ia et. The man had sthandkerchief so of his usomary hibraado rehe la T. U. & ,iwas all there was to it'
prize has been awarded you, then if you r t a' y impatiently, al- "I wanted to add sine of yougrippe, and do weeklor$ ~ r luck wha
a Store fully satisfied you can send your ...................... s ut youthful days a to aty ollecton. Sees. If you ldreon't Scia xteni erican'stwa d :om Dyer's th :eliss etahington Star.
subscription to The Woman's World 9, High h would have con- believe e. you'll fid it. here I Farme an Frui ow Te la o ig who o iated theow

Uandunding Country. Street, London, W., England. h t would not do to be caught I have more than once heard of a e vocalist, once made a very cio
carefully pacTRYked. To a person of nar- ..u caught of a lion or tiger by thrusting tion to the Cincirna Company'of 5, singers at Her Majestys Opera House
Sow ideas it seems impossible that we t' i i. l w t he wanted and room. a full description of the ome 20 years ao Mephistop
should, be able to make such a gigantic squeaked this time, a ndewel- The man turned and dropped to his Cinciod'sati Eaus wquirer twice a weekfa
f y need FURNTURE o anyet, e, call on offer, but we have the money, brains started in her sleep, awoke the artillery b y came to hie prostr deat So- The Map will s oner of l ots orite impersonations the grde
and reputation, we know exactly what t a hi an her bed. malilanf. e put his ears ago in heattempting it s h ... scene his sdes when attempting t
S A H we are doing, and if we can l tiat, ri,-- -la at the upame time he moon- and when he raised his h ead again N.Y. d is of value to those think- avoid the elderly Martha formed l

The simp..t words yield not alone 5 u et i n t ro below. theless managed to inflict on his hand important feature of the iuforol
Sly gain a million subscribers by li e t on they sparkled in Donaghueio saw that there were tears Fo any or either of th aov e public No ght, there s e ngth of Tehis e

orand idea, we know that this million '' trbig h a he smile d withKh andwa district of northern The BUOY will send this map toY, ad-ny Ing a subject of chadtew as he was stantery.
3 d to rafend therb b n 'g e tried and ke, at her. lhe said the man. "Bring me some water of the wet, butings, he declared hiony
IWorld to all friends thereby building feit likeiadding 1 lee kiss to the said .....ma wri nn de s e w
up oar circulation still further. We are .e n ad. ,lie kist h from the lib-ary."

STo prayer that doth full answer win; rom Mr. Bayley, also an artillery officer ability to cross the stage In thre
40 42 & 44 Palafox st., Pensacola Fla. in building up a big subscription list, laughed louda. t o I to 0uInds i tnte ethat en.
sldivricrtamdsand when this money is spi-nni ber was 42. and when
and w hen t ey issent wenanase ed do ay e with a vain wish that he had got awayG
Serve the right to publish a notifi. iona beauty as the w 0 l t with it and the jewels above. h i asked m w e happen-
that the contest has been discona tiie bed bef oe inlt. e was .ust "She will be all right in a moment," Is preparedtt o .,tt ed to take that limber. 'Well.' he
Don't delay until 'it is too late. j1hu ( said. 'yon se. it was this way: a had
contest will continue until M ,I ,hkat, ,:nT-1n. "1ni I lr.-atned that
pendent of all others rto the ue,-' h,. t l'f :Del,, wt , t l,.-n,,,m ,,in ,,,ui.JV 'n4d.
sends in the list gotten up in the es below. .'"Perhaps it is I wh.o ought to thank S a h' t a fte it cae t-. Fr'
____.........__,,__,,,__,,,,,_,__,_,, and handsonuest manner. Our ,pm- "Her old man," sal, onaghue, f you said the ann, "for, after all, you in- en re aft t me till seoo
mittee will decide and award pili-Q getting that he was ,it',,aibly a young have proved that my wife is true to
Daily, but the special 50 ptize will man, "and I'm e-uivt. Caught-bur- e. wscu fula w.autmo
awarded in March. Any bird's name glary--ten years atthe least. I'll kill "Don't mention it." answe-ed Done- er
IIfound in dictionaries accepted, thin. But I'll becaught whether Ighe, as he disappearedn"at least not naene think it ove nowed tha
WHO WE ALE. kill him or not, and"-self upbraiding- t oth ee."-Chicago Herald. no 0 f lY 0 C1. o'
EAFSTreliable concern, we. are known to do er."gh it I ha i't stopped to look at lion of them, ard no lottery had tia
COMMERCE ST. EAST OFW ARE & CO'S STORE. exactly as we advertise. Asto our r- her." J.. Bery, Loganton, Pa., writes: acted o pais many numbers. But I figured awll
Ae o business man in London. and li.-ne,I I-e heard footsteps in ed of pne-umonia entirely by the use -aof St. Andrews as it really is. it shows en times seven was 42, anrr 42'. was th,

D EA L ER I N Ta character perfecting; "/ Don~zhue :trinnedi down the stairs was charged by a wounded tiger which 0 N E D) 0 L L Ah P bounds, The comments that .ensued re

STo heaven itself, reached by no bound, as s'of,- as a cat. He had been in a he was following up. He missed it Or given, as a premium for 5 year suited in a bet.
D ry G o ds G roceries ardw are But theirs who, struggling duly, tight Jx before, and he was never with his first barrel, and the second cash suhscriations. When the proper moment for the e3
y7deis a Do mount life's ladder, round by round, cleverr than wheu he knew that he failed to go off. The tiger sprang, and periment came, he retreated a fei
As sings-the poet truly, was danger. Mr. Bayley jumped to one side, thrust- paces, and then, to the surprise of th
.BUILDERS' SUPPLIES' Aye, more than world wise is he Butluck was against him. There ing out his rifle to keep the brute off. 50 YEARS' audience as well as to the represent
Who heeds this saying olden. was Aur rug at the foot of the stairs. The tiger, it is stated, seized the bar- EXPERIENCE tive of Martha, leaped from side
Ship ha iey al Fih E sll tEe "Well donel" plaudIt be, w tc r t f oh s isd.Tesee yi v
Ship FChandler Salt Fish Etc. Etc Etc The crown and scepter golden. The lor beneath was polished. He rels and drove his teeth through them side. The scene never evoked mo
-Good Housekeepint. slippreand fell, and in spite of himself and, being unable 1o withdraw them. laughter, an Fol was acknowledge
She utied at exclamation thatwas pro- was shot by Captain Harrison, Mr. to have won the wager.
tbba.. --'- fitg.- A 'eepIng you frqpi your -tI41'f-h -I .'Jt r-jlh fcrotn In hIs dolnth struggle the tiger drag- .....
i t, n a l ha .ppene.. Ti'* '--n-M:nr's hands TRADE MAR KS Habit hath so vast a prevalence ov
ANOTHER MAN the, i-- kuew, but some way3pr other and the jar caused by the stock strik- ,, anyth .,:.:, nin that
M EUl 1 T E HOUS t heT ]}d Nonaged to dash into the d&.rk par- ing the ground broke off two teeth COPY anything o ,,n
F, l. t IN THE HOUSE ,o throw open the window and which were imbedded in the steel. This Anyone sending aketh asserted of it. Tiwto
A L S O F O R ) 0 lor, out story is said to be absolutely true; but. invention is probably patent miser who, fom being long accusto
He Was lTistaken For aLover, but jJul expected to fall at least eight or with the profoundest respect for the ed to chet othr came at last
e r~C neesed That Ce atra and W f e Was a ,t. e did not fall two. He had strength of the tiger's jaws and teeth, Patents taken trough recheat himself and with reat deli
[]0~, L m. lraw or Burglar. ten (e-( out on a porch, evidently, for I venture to think it wants explana- ltfli and triumph picked his own pocket
S hrs@,and 9Win.QCr4awfr .Jumi _uld see the railing In the moon- tion.-London Sketch. T erms, a guinea to ,onve y to his hoard ios
THE COLUMBA GARDEN PLO NDonaghue knelt at the door and put There was one thing to do-to A handsomely illustrated t impossibe or improbable.
Ieat the door and pute eingt do-to HappineBB. culation of any scientfl< ,'+
lia directly beneath the window in eyf.
THE COLU BIA GARDE PLO practiced ear at the keyhole. There ide h d wt. ie knew hi Human happiness, according t u that probably it ad not
Thi a tiet sound of breathing, so most received notions, seems to consist MUNN & C0"6 New
Is a of three ingredients action, please Branch Office. 625 Washngton. .C. to her that he wonld.otice a littlecle
I-" n t-:in,,,;.;T t t, ,, ot aaord --Plete rUt t'at Donaghue pressed his rough Ptrs ew there would be a hue and cry. and ingdientsnd though these in-
% 'li*i, l h n '. bl u,]:,, i -, ,,. k, tl block to a the doc' and listened even more in- Still, enough, the man cam e to the according to the par-
-- i;,it,, l,,i..,,,h,. -.-,uintl in the en:t'. IHis small eye. glistened in the Tc, %Nw; but, to the Infinite surprise of eat tion of the person, yet no DEALER IN
S.. .,l,, i, -. .\ ,.i; e te ':' lallwy like the eyes of a cat (he w lalue he made no outcry. one ingredient can be entirely wanting e E L
'I I l'-l i "- -, It hasof ten ha been nirLknanmd "The Cat" for this ). Id thie man utter a half articulate on destroyingredient ca n some measurenting
,,,*' --'- .:kit h kes y plcul.a'ity. but there was no one -n has It come to this? He tie relish of the whole composition.
I t ii J-' h 'fo',ift it hi;s hige blades: lis 1 t b hoi.se to see those glistening "11. 1 hint walk a few steps and strike
i lt, i',l,. 2, -h,-. 3 a w..,or weeding :a save 1.: servants, fast asleep two heatche. h of ework in the Calcuttai

,' n:r: nd beyad doubt riche* I ah. The man at the window turned. g Te h s of wok in the Calcutta

Vt i ii.1 in i i aru-- rir,.men:ts by a-t t- rt- servants were a n Igt. i1<.- dre you look me in the face?" UL.,.I.rv, wB
S ... \ ,' a eh ,a l-. '. b-at' a nId a butle occur, pants he *a r]. Ho w dare you come the he i e 4:30 to p.
_, :m- tn11. Io iorke d ou at in his mind that that lie was safe, and he cursed i t i ) p m..
far:t--,-I lpow'v 'Is occupied by a s behind.
.-: .' "-.w. Iat l' he pr tty wife placed her a d hhe woman raised herself to to be done on Sun-
'-, his wife--evidently je% bf heard a woman's step In the
i drind bejnd doubt rich.' i al. The nin at the window turned.
".-" "%.-, '. wy -at-:'.d atnd semvanddoubts werec. a ,, l dare you look me in the face?" foal n-l.w dare you loke yo coe toame?
:117Jot .0o'k(d out in his mind J er 'i] I t s ?., .5,: All1
-" 'iIe ced her afz, nll ti woman raised herself to
..-- -sht- w e nt to bed in the ( of t au 1d. looking at the m an, said Tes, t e .oy. f ot r bo a
_____ -' --,,'-fl -ll'--' -:- just what mens f oie whisper: pated, and out (i tml tm ;
0 Il"'s proba- o" 'I ,, von mefn?" .oniach sour and r.u ap buy a package of
.. ".... -. - .. .- .ti hit of making tHONEST persons to represent us as r',' I ANI) A COMpPLE'I'E ST' OCK OF
-_-i--l-- =-- .!<:):on that Don- 'nagers in this and close by counties. T A PP
?-- ... te, to t lary$900ayearand expenses. Straight, And take a dose, from 1 to 4 pilt T
Sfreight oS drews Bay about 75 centSk ia-fi, no more no less salary. Posi- You will be surprised at how e..si.''
50 ut the B Y proposes to do better m in the plow delivered Size doesn't indicate quality. Bet area Ibo ll pinmanent. Our references, nyv they will do their w e,-:o, c:re yo ',. & OO 0 8, ,
on .ear and fu--nish one of these plows complete at th send the Bun of co ei d worthless salve offe--. ,,k ih anliv town. It is mainly office headnoleb' an,.B boutes, reF t ir
purchase to pay freight tory for $40 ed for DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, De. i k conducted at home. Reference. En- lver and t itie ycou .. cth., n g Fu
The plow may e seenin operation at the Buoy Fr it s the only 1 -iinal. An infallihle .-' self-addressed stamped en velope. 4 c 0.
Order from the BUY, direct ion at t BuoY arm at any tin1. cure for pilots and all skindise.ascs.-R.P. cl L DomunoI ComiA-y, Dept. 3, Chicago ,...








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