Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00068
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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: January 18, 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: VID00068
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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" VOL. IX. : ST. ANDREWS BAF'LA., JAN. 18. 1900. NO. 43.

10 uolar a Year in AdvanceCASH PRIZE CONT these Spanih heads. Just keel) Her little heart is like an inn
UNITED TAT. quiet, wn yo? Anotr coi- here only transient guests may stay lad to welcome you to the mines,
eDtors- Hun.Sa'i pao, Monticelloo r ILLIAM WTTMONS o o IA, Wi n ho haply there their way may win. Miss Grace," lie said in in easy man-
on .R. Mallory, ensaeola. cloILLIAMThe AtlantaA. MMONr Cotton Re oration-they have those flags and Her little heart is like an inn- ner, with o-trace of s If conscious
RepreH ntatives--latDistrict, S.Meo park" . |tot and Pr0pr.et0 bun bunting and would not be able to Whovfain wouldeavbide herin for nyet hess. And what astonished l Grace most
Itoprotntatives-. istDistrict, S.,Spark Editor and Propriotor. The Atlanta Constitution's Great Offer of 1900- Cotton Re. h wouldn'tt able to Ab fe, hdleave hrinrye
man, Tampa; 2d District, R. W. ceipts at New Orleans from September to A Full Statis- make a display without using them; Her little heart is like an inn of all was that he made :*) excuses for
Davi,Palatkas Display ad rates 50c per inch per month A Ul sA ffr fWhere only transient guests may stay. his decidedly uuconventic5tal garb.
Land Office-Register, W. G. Robinson; Position and extraordinary condition tics Given for Your Guidance-An Unparalell offer for Our .o let us e lenient. -arper' Bazar. "old on," cried the aptast as
Reeier-H.S. Chubb,Gainesville. rates subject to special agreement. Readers. They have politics here, also; in they walked toward the superintend
TATE. secretary of "Local Drift," 5c per line, first insertion Which I believe every man has a no- / '*'% ':**.2. *..*b. **'**e', went's cottage. "Are you ;iobsy?"
;nve.rno--W. D. Bloxham; SeBicretaryf oa r P ..Thti W lclt the ( evey n nk a ll n
Site,. J. L. .)rawtord: treasurer. J. B. 2yc each subsequent. Display lm. 1 The Atlanta Constitution offers a 3,000 Important congress has ever as- lion of his own, and none of them n r me," laughed the young man, "and I
hi'field; Attoriey General Win. B. La- double above rates. cash priae contest for January. February sembled. the beglnn the. Issues o wa,,. Still they ] i r eve tie ret of the ca.p has odtpt.
mar; Compt.toller. W'. H. Rhy.- and March. 1900, as follows: tg presidential ca. of thisI ear

tur, L, . ombwell; Adjulani Ge Could we but-draw the curtains gether with the correct estimate on the her elections, the ement of the called Federal, the otlier Republican; hethe sueritnden cottage
'mtoti. T a lBas e cotton receipts at N ew O rleans during M a c : h's will I ndus t e o m ere o ancing n f G a e w i ll te fathoi
oral, Patrick Houston. Tallahassee, That surround each other's lives, tton reeits at New o r means during t south's r at ndust "d but I ant not able to tell you any f ward lheChnge Her race will take my m. a yo.
U, S. n.ATO .L, the first seven months of the present vrslfled farm and s and Md will . M'. I 5. IL thin
. R. MAor. Pensenan ; Seethe naked heart and spirit, cotton year (September 1.2, to ril thousands of- ti- er "tilw1 their tenets nur planks in their Llat- an t o -c ... i.m ol save 5)o 'a;m in g .t ,..i-
1'ir'l O rict-- 3. R. Mallory. Pe ,. .. NO .-* ...04e.
k os,. .Pite imatel i received during Weeky Const tuti te ard Iw n I am eretu a ivert e at tIl to, R Y t l of 0i, loul i ;ta d

et th D ric-. B. Clarke, We- Purer tan we judge we should; $e Iferur estimate is received during Kingdom the oarn ulpi t. the Chit e a d a hes
Aare maloitioes tal vt km.e ear sto lovt ea ch orhaer be tter ebruar.n
Shihka. We should love each other better february. ren Page and resting depart hae in one district while the major ... ed imy and turd away to tal
500 If estimate is received during March. meant. will be a ueted and will ity of the o r party will be just asth her father
\VAsItNwOTON COUNTY. If we only understood. The above are for the exact estimates; be eeeqlly adap toue addressed. o When or Hender
preselttive, W. G. Coleman Vrnon there are besides these six prizes, rang. The ringing editor ot e Conatitution overwhelming in another part. his only daughter that she might n Robert a to per and the only
County Judge, D. D). Melvin, Vernon; Could we judge all deeds by motives, Isng along, $500. $400, $250, $150, $125 and $75. speaking right o t etinl: exactly t plasant to accom ny h on a changes e had mad i his ilt we
Clerk of Or, ouSt Clerk, order the good and bad within, amounting to $1,500, that will be paid out what it meTn I oe' of true The elections have been coming o Journey aross the continent she eager- the removal of his slouch l:t and the
o D .B. Lassitter, VW oernon; sur we for the snrsu the six nearest estimates to dpmneratle ett rbhf of the this fall atd winter, for they do not ly agreed with him. Whe he added addtio of a rough sc coat. ut he
Alen, CipleyTresurer, Often we should love the runner, Me New Orleans cotton receipts at any great interests of he of our pla ed as aie ar e k ctalt he
G. J. Parish, Vernon; Ta Collector, A. All the while we loathe the sin; time during the three months of the con- people, and pro tin m from ,the have elections all over t e island at that she weld have to rough it for a talked well. a rasd.ce saw that her
Jones, Vernon; Tax/ Assessor, J. Could we know the powers working test. But you hit it exactly during Jan-. rasp'ng reed nfithn, wnt W on ie ime an i they get coideay e or more shew l e t father was greatly taken with him
ii uary and secure the full $1,500 prize their Parnini fro, th Iloi, bhans DI y "I must stop at ourelahie s
S Williams CIl. v t superintendent Too'erthrow integrity, checlLk. are alone worth the .4 eription Price excited and I cannot see why. Per- In Nevada. and there'll be a wagon ride Robert went away early, knowing
of ,lic; Surveyor, P. L. Horn, Orange We should judge each other's errors The Constitution believes somebody will of the per ver and at. t railway and no they were tired and presumably slee
*id. With more patient charity, hit the figures exactly and expects to The onstilution he 9 44 0a ti haps they do see. of 35 miles from ri n d no t
Hill. thpay out the full amount of the prizes cha mpontofthe e r e country ish ie at +eace as tellingwhat rde accommodation aft- As the sound of his oostes died
ST. ANDnws. offered-3,000 in all. In a Constitution shafts deep tito the ro and *que peace-as er we get there." the gravel walk the capitals tured to
Istice of !the Peace. W. I. Singleterry; If we knew the cares and trials, contest upon the same subject In 189'6 threaten and set tht aes. *tto nm. much so as is possible, I press, i e, "Don't say another word. daddy," his daughter.
Notary Publics, W. A. Emmon, C. H. Knew the efforts all in vain, Mr. R. T. Poole. of Capels Mills. N. C. nlete rnose bf the tW o.f "q ,o a "Seems a little different, doesn't hoen
Cippe: Deputy Circuit Cort And the bitter disappointmentand received Vw Orleans. .r.d h ot ,tt in for as you are aware, all our soldiers she cried. "I'm just dyin. g to get away es c ifet, aad y
W M". froo a14a the se .,i no. lre not ste n a ed. He had w r e like a
Bui And the b itte r s t ment check for S1,796 as his pnee Mr. Pool influence o rf this ppor e i i- al ,i, i from all te comenuto luomfuriteas: e ayed
W.. A. imons: clool Directors, R. Understood the loss and gain- did not try to swell himself up at once. l' at al er t fro watr Insluyc p'
h. ratkin, W. I. Singleterv, 1. h w a baty. from the whole t hresoami lot of
F. artkin, W t Singletary, L. M. Would the grim, external roughness but very generously paid off a mort- and hih pr-it of ror wh h "Puerto Rican$s; so the fuss, fight east. I wat to los myself somwher vo o
aaSO. Seem, I wonder, just ahe same? gage on his father's home place and with the .oonthern f-n r i ,, et- a. te l0o fat no111ewltf
as M. eemI o u stielae every wisely educate u ete bln he ery w y ed hi m- f olaro to wi., '.. e. The i so fle "e t om n and kill occasionally. There is also e the ore an cn tional thatg : r"ftl
Postmistress, Mrs. M. B. Jenks. Should we help where now we hinder? self at Trinity college. Durham, N. C. He t n th the ssl, i grtr res considerable crime in the land-more ul be to welcome both." There was a ae.
SatH enrMIIVILMo M. Should we pity where we blame? Ins now doing well I>n business I on North r'" h "Aren't ouutall ,e. oo thant aT vrs poed ere id er Inwhe a litte fr arn yo jt a ie obw
,,,Potmaster; Henryaoi u e hearolina and lves still near li olds hom e.f and ts t b t a rt hanIt first supposedly perhaps Te said noge rinAIN-1 a ia atvr i gse p ainly ef'us lred u ime" ach l th o
PARIKaw. it is to say he Is a warm friend little. Neverthele when you tli you
t and Notary Pulic, W. H. Ah, we judge eah other harshly, Co need les tosa n.he a warm e riendn trials for the hom1e..m.:. an expected too little. Ne rt eless, in' t hek "p ti iouhf o .ee man.
r Knowing not life's hidden t considering the element here and dismal horizon nad where your e electric "This isn't the man I refused," said
rk fn upon s armers against thel n ewe nh'nthons tC adi hrz and
S PITTSBURG. Knowing that the fount of action the New Orleans -ort receipts, The Con- would put a frqh hb n' th t nities the lo fairl light is an evil smelling mp or a space softly.
Stttution gives the following figures., contran s cntesI s and uhja einets. a their opportunities, they 1o fairly light is alnl evl alin e sh1 sr1am hst Grace ready.n
1stmiistress, Mrs. Haselihorg. Is less turbid at its source. stied from statistics of the pastollowing figures. und and hal. and r e il Ver l, w T a tearing tallow car, dle The ten days of their stay passed
A'nderson. Seeing not amid the evil "ears:
stuAasteY. S. W. eAll olde. whol .oear. crop for found in a great Ta.ehe tbed ad feier e s. find my Jronntic views have a c nry made by Robert for their coming the
)stmrasteer, Mrs. R.cGay. Oh, we'd love each other better Mbh.t ep. -Au. saotn. ly edited, upon which ,te pt. mne rev Struck by Lightning or Kicked practical ickgroutd. And we are to roughness of camp life was greatly
HAD. If we only u.rstood R_. .... 1.20.974 1.812.167 7,157.346 not only for new" of th d'n,,- ,.nt. a visit the mines.e we?" softened. He had worked like a Tro
9B.AY W-7 .... .1.9 .5c7 2.102.470 8,757.964 of government, army an poll lPal life by a visit the t e, a e "an
'. stmaster, O. C. Tompkins. ,ete........ 2.4-2.315 2.576.165 11.199.94 but also for an alert fore.lght of the tren,' Wlliam H. ('ane the popular d, p g. the o actually brought water in slutee i es
FAnxAL. ipree .... .. 1,854,153 2,130.296 11,274.810 of future events that ,ay neraite to o i popular Midas. I want to look th over m- ou t er
Pstmaste. ar outon the rough, ocean The Constitution's market page will lasting damage. The.iwn.fal of Nell: comedian, is warm admirer of box- self. They are the coming rs from a spring n the mountain side and
S. is the ro by the wind and the reach week the port receipts for the the b ng of all utern nearest g, according o "aon," and he he mining ld and 'm xious to see fitted up a rude but very serviceable
Postmistress, Mrs. Dyer. Thatisswept by the wind andthe o non from which you can always just what shpe they are In. y the bathtub in the cottage for the use of
WEMST BAY, wm- t b, New Orleans Port receipts from and the enlightenmen of iverv village
We s BAY, e ti eemhew rleans ort reeough the Frdaom farm and mountain hede re anone Th never mises an opportunity to wit- way." ad he looked at her narrowly. Grace. In fact, she heard of his en-
.oo[, O n the reefs of a lonely islan d sh e noticed too th at h er fath er m ane h h ly trio ga1a_
t preceding the publication. Constitutions many h h t ims and grea' ness a good bout whenever his pro- "an old ftrend of yours is our assist ergy and industry on every hand. And
Postoflice on Laird's Mill Bayou. Lies a ship with its masts snapped in rh will keep you posted to within two all be well served antji the ame mS- feasional duties permit. He has a ant suprni ent
twain.three days of the time you send n swerng fdety t people that Th- ooA friend of p ine? Wha upon him more and more.
('ATttA eti ate Constitution, has als ya shown., gy bTVnch of good, store, about fighters Once she took her parent to task a
'.iN tii-, Frank osk- *i o te sa d the c ba Tt i belle li sPome of the Txas without saying. theater testing Here t! I legoingawa little for absorbing so much of Rob-
tr.a r Pub. l h Frank H sk ; i i tio '. Mong the reefs and the rocks black -,n, that as a rule Is sent In bulk to The management otThei onstituta on t a are ter i Here is Is
or, Hiram 1, .. t, .-" ad night, N\'w Orle[ns. will he diverted this year with Mr. Clark Howetlai ittol-in-chlef one of them: Shortly after the but id no Ia wh
ni.iul Hi.\r, asLM..-e- .1- s other points because of the nuaran- and his well disciple eops I'f e saro ly afte at irnge end b e t ri
r.k o' our. S. . While her white sails flapped like pin- ne regulations against New Orleans writers. brilliant cont. and speci great and only John L. Sullivan be- -are I at l er f er shortly. ls carrying
-- --- ons -he. Pf*nr! r.r L-,ilsana to have nuaran- correspondeni sti the fi.thfu ae .h ,sp cha nn, I n ree a,-' c h big u al hereh f nd there n
'- 6' V Of a de' w o q e t d. *- -e o n o c r th 5ht,- 'Te 1ra eer i-h _t .t _-r., b t till I wngersol omes back. I've be
Methodist-Church a demon w conquer t igh rate courts will not have very soothing hill as business manage w TmaIn th pat profesional visit to the north- be is wif just bef re ',t awa. I co e
L. o,1G.WGul l", The 1g fei "Did he? n v Well, t hee t re w d ha a
-led ulst.-Rev. L umnn the direction of cotton ship- same for the new y onstU
S estu R. L. G. Gun Thelightnig flashed out n th black- net to New Orleans. Thi is mentioned tions long and honorable b es course west. In Minneapolis at the time young men than Robert." te."
pasr. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:0 'ness implv as a pointer in making up esti- keeping faith with the p 'Ie in'all it.- a named "Are there, daddy? I thought they Whenever she saw Robert he was i
p. .eer alternate Sunay Like from demoate how much to allow, f anything, contracts, contests and e agenents, therwere all otonously alike, the same hs rough and ready mining garbstal
for tere cevie byst albke, land same each rough well ready minin gsrb--at-
Bapiest-Church, cor. W~yoming rte. Like a blade from the demon's swift 'or this cause must be left to each man's well as 4n its consistent a IO e'm-puoI *Bill' Liverpool, who was an athlete clean shaven faces,the same dress suits wart, sunburnt, sinewy. He never al-
an id- L'iu lcil flat i itc k. Services by faster on b*and; i g pnt., editorial fairness, pla.'es I am u.ng tr. Brpow wa an tl e c-nos- fcs
Wedtesdav evening before 2d tlday, 'Mid the rolling and crashing of thun- The t.00o Contest is an express contract reliable institutions of o country on a well, and very sweet on his abili- and white ties and patent leathers and luded to his clothes, and Grace came to
Watd .,uday t 7 p. ei.. before, anid 4tid ,o which The Constitution will stand in which the people may de d. b J as then languid drawls and inane small talk believe that he never thought of them
uiday a n p.m. Payer der .very particular. Yet It is In its nature With such a great gen newspaper. tie as a oxer. John L. was then l g as a charming fellowof the He was always at ease in her pres
meeting Wed. eaday night after lst and Like his merciless on-rushing band. simply an advertisement by which The covering the world news d world and offering $50 to any and all comers he conventional type-and he had beauti- enee, and yet, strange to say, paid her
ee3 unL e anoni. Snday school Butsoon the ak nigh ded ~ay be made better known In this com- need the best and lives I Paper. glv couldn't stop in four rounds. Mr. ful white hands and a lovely complex- no compliments, a factwhich seemed
every Su,day, 10 a.m. Rev. S.L. Loud- Its manle, reveIiini a sigh mrunity. Send us the subscription to The ing current local topi s d e aLel Wi ason btaboutu that e t te as r much like all the all the more retnakrTble when she
ermilk, pastor others to please your fastidious child." glanced In her little mirror and saw
P e i Loraine That would slacken the beat of the (-onstitution and our paper at the ad- and best news and fre at .'ommcnts Liverpool was 'shy' just about that
re, .te, .,--hurc. corner 1114, Tk .. bpes v ertised price of the two and with it upon events o local it st. We trust amount of money, and e tougt "Wat did you tell mygrl?" the pasng effects of the pure moun-
u, t.e a 1d Irake street; Royv. R.e yeeJ. pulses, your estimate on the New Orleans port this combinatibn secured ith The. C1 if i.r h an h e O t him tain air aa o mnyd the simple, wholesome
Mcllai pastor; preaenig on second And blanch the pale cheeks ashen receipts, and we will forward all together stitution will be ond b t suited to al the offer afford him an excellent "When he popped? Oh, I told him i
.undy at each mouth at II o'clock a. m. white, for you. On April 1st we trust a S1,500 otwr readers. The price is erely nominal bluntly that he wasn't my ideal, and I diet.
snd a.o 7 p.e mo. nuda Sololl0 at 9:30 check will reach some of our subscribers when servicess even If considered opportunity to stiffen his finances, so sent hhn away." She couldn't understand it.
Suday h o to help make times even more easy including your estimate I The Constitua. hlie offered himself as a candidate for Roger smiled. Had he--had he ceased to care for
. in. every Sunday, Joh Sturiock, Supt. Lost, wind-blown and baffled at mid- round about us. tion's $3,000 cash contest. o get the fullwhs d ths ont-
'atholic--Churchi core' WVoumiu.g are night The Weekly Constitution for 1900 will benefit of the high prize send in you, the money. How he failed hlie to I sent him away still farther. Bat it ge an s--he wh-'se she,
iBy he dreadful destroyer, tbd storm, re b-tter than ever before. Its special subscription now so The Itituton ma away o
...... oer ree y W features are unsurpassed. The Boer- receive it during Janu and record me a year or so later. 'I was dead will not embarrass you to meet him at Concuded on Fourth Page.
Til MA I,8. 'Mid the rocks and the wreck and the British war. the Philippine ana Cuban to your credit. Make y figures v. stuck on nimyself as a fighter,' sail he, the mines?"
.., ,.r,. aami. vis Ander-oi, iLaY, seaweed ":.:-alons. the busy session of the most plain, unmistakably phil n ot inh
.t -, ,. d tid Ct h i l' le t ie n if r -v vi. 3 d a y L .. e n I r e a d a b o u t t e li th e le a s t, d d ho u
S,, ,.pt % i, Noay te captain--a theret, rigid foro smooth k- PUERTO RICAN LETTER. those who are unable endure the the papers I determined to just take "I don't know." He laughed an
fr.. Hward --h hariher climate of 'th north; conse that money into mny possession, turned away.
Th crd h he thck rat toh Iteh et-. He d(lid not tell his spoiled darlin
P.,-ir'. Frarldale and tWetlpP". leaves Or kiss the cold brow, white as marble, ,llll.l .' Van I looked so much bigger and that he was plotting at that very mo-
-;t. Aisdr',l. owning enut e'.er' Iiiri';', Or cr.se t. stroug, lawds in a 'N .1.' I fti i' I; e on -'-c.uitit iur eal cli.nc, for finer than Ie did that I justb felt sor ment to secure what he thought was
'a h t -: -n! t- ii- w1 e in here el or- her happiness.
..,. r. t -- ........ pra.,'. i ..., ., ,, ,e o sy for him, indeed 1 did, but I re- Three weeks later a two seated wag-
-i .... -. 3 h,,,,,n inewYor mnmemnibered that he was bringing the on drawn by a team of stout, though
Lr. .'tt Hl lu liy Itlol alil'eell detlit Ot ajl Or-a. very tired, horses mounted the last hi
r. 'l'LLA.L'HLIll.',) "'" .,Le- the treetS. which are nie t,,o n-, .r,*-,,e wh.ith i. killed by the tlie on hiell, ad that justified that intervened between the railway
.i r.'l i, OF 11.\'r..:--L',,4 ,.,.. 0'.'' []lt. ma': r,,u lied; t uo it. nu own ind lur accepting his station and the Midas mines. In the l Babies and children need
....... ..... .............................. n .. .... .. . ', ..O-'.1 '". o n' : ..i I' :Iing' l'lu,-itt' ,,r w wteastripe wagon were Roger Hendricks and py
-,,.., ... ''iii shirts in the ring I lelL sorry been sent over to meet them. hadjnI
t .... ...t cease --u' ,lie u-, , ,, , . .h o ,i h.l.r,.,t, csinr t ith tohhe higa h rind r obae, the h tae s is the rno uer he dcrs twehao c n0. t hey io d no th ive
13 \'h.. . l. .t..' .......... ...ae iUu,t. --' ,' n...lni'u ,t,uei eVcr scoutnl Oi the stage, in. tong hill oger e dric s turnedohe drier w rong.h
,,.'.. ,,, a. ...,-.. ..............'".".... "'e a ui. a er he id 3Iy t, ho gra'h wil Do u en tet kIngch e rso llwe "hpte iv

I 'U Sm Ni 'SS DRi, .iu ;. i into wuie a "i,uubled appearance. "sn't heat the mines?"
(., H i h. i 11 di. ii'l ,''. . ... ... ...u.....g... movess an "W ha f r?"
u. y r 1r.' a cd C i'k anid No- .\ni when unnoi .t i, ,.' Li t it .i 1 I h..ai ile called '"iae. Just what "'uealthYO
,t,,r, t!,i .",urwnhe ,wtate au L.i-. :, ue3 -" u a u'.'" r ,',ii,'i, e'l.yur ele ie, nier s at Ihdon cap"Itaist knaw his t le?" COiLVRhI
to -li-. i h ittd It. a t hun' e-ptalst."What'shstly "Knife in ribs. Coup telleoflrs from ,ODpLIffOSf ESQRl/0E1sODA
eli.n. ..i,'i-.i in '1.,!.. "i' l hi .. ... .,.'O s i ine. A I k by lightning, and some- Skinner's Flat came over an started a

to lawtiully qualified parties. Office at 'One hour is ot so ae to and was able o he fellers biff! bang! an hen he oed ffi
BIlt at liem I catIe to and was able to te fellers biff! bang! an then he toted difficulty
IJ.?UOY OhticeSt Andrcws Bas. We understand it, ,,.u. ni.,e .. los...iun to k. 1l,,t. Jul ( -- i'- -i;tI. 1,, eu. is. the aumie o Mr. Sul- snperinten'ant over the line to a doc- d
.DR. J. J. K El: T n~i o. Then, settling in th, i im,. s,.at.. I., t ,. i ,- ..v .,,'. ,. ., .,,,,. u t ,,.u t .itu r fine. t'uoerl w gt another gen tor, an sent me to Carson City with the f yOU Will put from one-
'"F,.,L',r>,athic Physician and Ac- We hark for f-o tte, .. i ,.-t,. '..- "' : .. ,. ,,y u kniwe with a wasparng w sellers" fourth to half a teasp nful
Coucher. Office Pioneer Drug Store, For papa comes at h ,...... .. y I ",, t m. yt he. openly, tleman.' "Andthe unnin all right Bosy in baby' bottle three or four ?
. e iefShell aveune and Michi- --- .. ., ,. i "I am indebted to One MinuteCough runnn 'e." times a day you will soon see
t t. ',. Li .mos sI' ai;. tin biud i dg'a tena) Cure lor my health and life. It cured me "Who is Bobsy?"
iulrews FloriduI Like moss around the budding od, o' ,- '' lung t-ouble following grippe," Thous- "Dunno his other name. That's him a marked improvement For
IR. W.4 ik e snow around tIe lily'0 molud, ." . .' j* .1 -. .1 *.al winild enjoy amds owe their lives to tie prompt action comln."
ilR. W. '. Mii(1iEl1I,, So would my love enclose, ..i.m ..... , I' . ., i,.,r,, if i S,.te sehttled olthis never faihng remedy. It cures He pointed with his whip at an ap- larger children, from half to
vsii ttian and 'Drurgist, Commerce st., With tenderness untold, ,i..,i* ,, ., i but couuagh, colds, croup, bronchitis, pieumo- preaching figure. a teaSoonful, according to
east of Bavview, Offers hit professional My thought of thee *a, grippe aud throat and lung troubles. It was the figure of a tall young man t r it
services to the citizens of St. Ai- MAl silent oth; h,. ,1 I I', ,, .. tanl it. Of is early use prevents coisumption. It in a slouch hat, a coarse flannel shirt ag, dissolved n eir mi
neadrewi anrvicwity.RefidenceonBueua i netr II.,,,a,. t .. .. .. .. ,, ,, ., .il il be let out, and ia tihe only harml'ess remedy that gives rough breeches and long, clay stained SO dsir
Vista avenueH. Like breezesthrough the old oak grove. thi ila,. ... . 1- i l m ht around tor immediate relief, R. F. Brackin S SOa. boots.e ehad a plentiful crop of haIr, i so o its gsireat wO urish
C. H. CRIPPEN, Like sunshine o'er the lands .apefair "lorl ag t e,.-av pla.tel, V,.|. 1 anl I a not sj very Waae Man. wasn't covered by a brown curly beard,
Netar. Public. So would my true life rove, "Great idea that of Mike's." ad the and his arms, exposed by his rolled up ing power. the mother
Waiattend oremptlyto all busineo de- In active love or prayer, "al ils in hlue .,y I Ql. 2,U00 1on ,Ie,v; still I m Ino afraid f him, tbusstc eeler of the better sortf shirt sleeves, were brown and sinewy. dos not nourish the
manding his attention. Office on wav. At God's sweet will, ltiltre, a lg box i,, peach lI net, a an I gil." I hall li through it. "He Isn't satisfied with shaking bands He took off his hat to Grace and ex- *
view street, one lock northeast of T. Singing or still. Yankee plowu, B.,i *,. hi the way, the 81 of the month with bis constituents In the ordinary tended his hand to her father. baby, she needs the emuli
S or store -.N.Y. lndependet. 'l'is is t li e .,,ui,, tor trial vas .,nie big hay, dl I never did rab bth e mas one of them, he c ny Geore cried the d sion. It will show a effect
S W. 0 BUTLER, Size doesn't indicate quality. Beara frui without al doubt, still Fl,,r 1Ia Nee such a display of. ags and bunt- "Ain't that rather overdoing It?' said over'and vigorously shook the young at Once both upon mother
Attorney at Law of counterfeits and worthless salve oiler- will be ric, in vegetable raining an.I ing, aund nearly all < it Spanish at the cautious person. mnn's hlar.al. Grace ngav a little gsp.
"It might look that way to you, but] Wn this rongh yo'
CHIPItY. WISHINGTON COUNTY, FLA ed for DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, De- such hardy sensi-trlical prodilcts a tht; nor did it It k right to me, Mike knows his business. As long as nd taned the white handed darling oc.and.oo,alldrU
'Land Titles anA Collection I Witt's isthe only original An infallible will stand ithe climate, and besides I considering this is Ui ted States ter- he holds the fellow's hands his watch of the bnl:om? s COTT &BOWNE,ChemisttNewYrtia
an a reforpileandllskidis es.--R.. rnsh mild, hospitable homes for itory. Bt it will t e time to erad- is safe."-lndlanapolls Journal. Then Ro. .t quickly stepped to the --- -
SBraekin on. ........ & .... .,





- -v,






-For Furniture, Springs, Mattress-
a s, etc., go to T. C. Danford's.
-It will pay you to call at Mauger's
store. You wIll betreated rignt.
-A good big Tablet for 8 cts and a
good thick school tablet with 175 leaves
for 10cts; all with handsome covers and
good, ruled paper, at the BUOY office.
-The Kalamazoo Celery iNerve and
NOTK.-It must be remembered that the Blood Tonic is the best. A guarantee

Wind is not a wholly reliable motive pow-
er and if the sailors sometimes find it im-
possible to make schedule time it tuas t be
charged tothe eleaients; they do the best
tkev ean.

The schooner Nettle arrived Sat-
urdar evening from Pensacoua andti
sailed out yesterday forenoon.


Leaves St. Andrews Bay every Tuesday,
leaves Pensacola every Friday,
(weather permitting). Special atten-
tion will be given to receiving and
forwarding freight for parties living on
East and North Bay, passengers for
points on either arm of the Bay cau
depend upon securing pr'rsjin,t trans-
portation at reasonable rates. For
further information apply to
L. M. WARE & Co., Agrs
Carries the East Bay Mail between St.
Andrews Bay, Wetappo and intermedi-
ate points. Leaves St, Andrews daily
(except Sunday) at f6.:j0 a. in.; arrive at
Wetappo at 12:30 p, nw.; leave Wetappo
at 1:00 p. in.; arrives at St. Andrews at
7:30 p. m. iMakes landings regularly at
Harrison, Cromantoi,. Parker. Pitts-
burg, and Farmdalie. Freight landed at
ally postoffice wharf. For passenger and
freight rate, see rare card in thle sev-
eral postoffices.
DAVID M.. WITHI.ERtL, Contractor.
'rTi the Deat.---A rich lady, cured
of her Deafness and Noises in the Head
by Dr. Nicholson's Artificial Ear Drums,
gave $10,000 to his Institute, so that
deaf people unable to procure the Ear
Drums may have them free. Address No.
1221 The Institute, 780 Eighth avenue,
SNew York.

A Week's Weather.
The following table gives the maxi-
mum, minimum and mean tempera-
,tures, the rainfall and direction of the
wind, for the twenty-four hours ending
at 7 o'clock p. m.. as indicated by U. S.
,government self-registering thermom-
eters. Max:Min. Mean. R'n W'd
Jan. 10) 71 60 66 .00 se
11 67 59 63 .55 w
12. 62 53 58 .00 sw
1.! 63 53 48 .00 nw
14 60 34 47 .00 'w
15 61 3? 47 .00 w
16 65 37 51 .00 sw
For week. ..-64 I 44 I 541 .95 1

Parker Lodge No. 142
-F A.-I
*- T*e*** '- ''ul.a-ii u i ,iii n i-
I3cations olt thi first

it) each Ilontih.
Visiting Brothers
W. A. EAtuNss. Secretary

TAKE ON LY -he best when you
a need a medfieie.. Hood's Sarsapa-
riltl is the best blodf piurifier, nerve
and stomach tonic. Get HOOD'S.

A girl named plain "Mary" at her
btrth dropped the "r" when she grew
up and became Miss: May. As she began
to shine In a social way she changed
the "y" to 'e" and signed her letters
Mae. About a year ago she was mar-
ried. and now she has dropped the "e,"'
and it's just plain "Ma." That's evo-
llution.--ogersville (Tenn.) Review.

Beao ffirwmu'el" Reprimanded.
Beau Brumtuel once Insolently re-
plied to. an invitation to take tea by
r-einarking that he never "took" any-
khing bat physie.
"Tes., you do." frowned his hostess;
"'~ti take liberties."

Lewis Dennis. Salem, Ind., says, "Kod-
ol Dyspepsia Cure did me more good
than anything I ever took." It digests,
what you eat and cannot help but cure
dyspepsia and stomach troubles. R. F.
Brackin & Sob.

now Emery Is Quarried.
Emery comes from the Island of
Saxos. In the eastern Mediterranean.
'Whence it has been exported for the
tist two centuries or more. The beds
are In time northeast of lhe island, the
deposits desetwn'!!ng into some of the
neighboring islands. the emery being
fonud In lenticular masses. r --i:'-g on
.,-nrlrt-l w-ith i'i'l- hi m..'n a ,i,-. lhe t in
'Nat n ur'l3, I:I;. i. wlhh 'comes from t
Ol' islaml of I'aros. (close by.
Th'ret' iu'e about :;3)0 men engaged a
to tteP' O-dule. ail of wholi have to be e
Stiare1i before, they, areo admitted to o
Mhe fraternity. The material is much t
too lard f be dug out or- even blast-
ed. Great fires are lighted aronnid the
loelth- tilt the natural cracks expand a
Wit i tile iiat, atil levers are then in- P
ierted: to& pry them apart. This sys- in
tinm is continued until the blocks are n:
reduced, Ir, size to masses of a cubic fU
foot or less-, and they are then shipped
as if they were coal. There are said
to be 20,000,000 tons yet available at ti
Naxos, and'the last, reported year's ex- L
port was 8,950' tons. It is one of the Y
hardest substances known.-Ironmon. th
gery. o01
No Right to Ugliness. v0
The woman who is lovely in face, TI
form and temper will: always have M
friends, but one who would be attract- re
ive must keep her -health.- if she ism
weak, sickly and rll run "own, she will
be nervous and iritable. If she has Lc
constipation or kidney trouble,, her imjn-' It
pure blood will cause pimples, blotches, ge
skin eruptions and a wretched complex- Te
ion. Electr e Bitters is the best medi-
sine in the'world to regulate stomach, wi~
liver and kidneys and to purify the T.
blood. It gives strong nerves, bright tre
eyes. smooth. velvety skin, rich com- W
plexion. Tt will make a good-looking
"harm ins woman of a ,rn-pown invalid. s.
Only' -50.ents at' all drug stores. frc

certificate goes with every bottle. For
sale at the Pioneer Drug Store, St. An-
drews Bay.
-Our correspondents will please near
in mind that their favors must be mailed
early enough to reach us not later than
Monday evening; otherwise they cannot
anvyear in the current issue.
-It you are thinking of buy-ng prop-
erty in St. Andrews or immediate vi-
cinity, you cannot afford to purchase
until you have conferred with the pro-
prietor of the BuoY. If you are short of
money and want to buy on long time for
actual settlement you can be accommo-
-L. T. Travis, agent Southern R. R,,
Selina, Ga., writes, "I cannot say too
ruc.h in praise of One Minute Cough
Cure.%n my case it worked like a
charm." The only harmless remedy
that gives immediate results. Cures
coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, and
all throat and lung troubles. R. F.
Brackin & Son.,
-The Buoy has a limited quantity oi
California sorghum, or sugar cane seed
for sale at 5c. per ounce; 40c. ner pound.
This cane grew ten feet high and twc
inches through at the base on the Buoy
Farm the past season, and is very rich
in saccharine matter. If ordered by
mail, add le per ounce for postage
Also a few Nonesuch strawberry plants
for sale at 50c. per hundred.
-On Monday nignt, of the 8th inst,,
while Justice of the Peace J. H. White
and W. H. Duncan were ei. route for
home they were "held up" near the
Tank Pond by two masked men. who de-
manded a satchel containing $326.19,
which represented the sum of a judg.
ment that had been placed in Justice
White's hands. There is no clue to the
perpetrators of the deed.-Chipley Re-
-The attendance at the St. Andrews
public school hat increased to nearly
fifty since the first of the year, and the
local school board has thought best to
supply an assistant teacher for the re-
mainder of the term. Mrs. 0. M. Had-
ley has been employed to 'fill this posi-
tion. With this arrangement the effi-
ciency of the school work will be much
improved, and the progress in general
greatly increased.
-Taxes for 1S99 became due Nov. 1
and all those who are depending upon
the Buoy to attend to the payment ol
theirs will, of course, rememb
they have a sufficie- t
it t1 coVer eTiei-nount, the payment
will certainly be attended to; but if
they have not such a credit and satisfac-
tory arrangementf to that end have not
been made, they just as surely will not
be paid by the Buoy.
-During a quarrel between two ne-
groes, one of whom is an ex-convict, at
Myers' turpentine camp on North Bay,
on Monday last, one of the negroes
seized a sharp pointed lightwood knot
and struck the other upon the head
with such force that the point of the
stick entered the brain. Dr. Mitchell
wassent for, who dressed the wound
and says the negro will be all right if
inflammation of the brain does not fol-
-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 crou-'. 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-

lieve that it is not only the best cough
remedy, but that it is a sure cure for
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.
-On Sunday afternoon last, while
two negroes named Jas. Sutton and
Those. Speightr one having a Winches-
ter rifle and the other a pistol, were
fooling in an attempt to disarm each
other at Gay's turpentine camp, Sutton
was shot with the Winchester, from
he effectsof which he died on Monday.
The ball entered just above the hip d
nd lodged in his person. Dr. Mitch-
ll was sent for Monday, but the negro
nly breathed two or three 'times after
he doctor's arrival. Sutton was a
workman at Sinclair's turpentine camp
nd Speight at Gay's camp. There ap-

ears to be no doubt but that the shoot-
ng was purely accidental, and fur-
ishes another warning against the
6lly of fooling with loaded firearms.
-At the republican county conven-
on held in Vernon on the 9th inst., R. b
. Scarlett. Ed, Carkhuff and B. C. a
oung were elected delegates to attend P

ie State convention at St. Augusti
n the 19th awd the Congressi:nal cc
mention at Tallahasse ow February 8
he Vernon convention, endorsed t
cKinley administration,, favored t
tention of the Philippines, and, co
ended the appointment of Johni
ng as consul general to Cairo, Egyj
also favored the retention of th
ntleman as national committeeman
he county committee was reorganize(
th R. L. Scarlett as' chairman; Prc
J.. Roulhac, Sec'y, and F. C. Harw
rasurer. W. L Brackin and JY. I
ills 'vere selected as members fro
Andsews and Prof. L. L. Pra
>m West Bay.

ine it
on- "
th. g
bhe o
,he f<
m- u
G. of
pt. isc
iat f
in. tc
ed ai
of. le
k T
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m Al
Ict fal

had merely called to take back my
dress suit. It would doubtless be found
among my friend's effects, I explained.
"The landlady turned pink, white
and then pink again. 'Why,' she gasp-
ed, 'that must have been the suit we
buried him in. It was the only good
one we found among his wardrobe.'
"So you see the reason why I say
no to R. S. V. P. notes Just now."-
Philadelphia Inquirer.

G. H. Appleton, justice of the pea ce'
Clarksburg, N. J.. says, "DeWitt's Little
Early Risers are the best pills made for
constipation. We use no others."
Quickly cnres all liver and bowel troub-
les. R.F. Brackin & Son.

Not the Same Genesis.
A well known divinity professor, a
grave and learned man, had five daugh-
ters, whom his students irreverently
named "Genesis," "Exodus," "Num-
bers," "Leviticus" and "Deuteronomy."
Beginning his lecture one day. the
professor said, "Gentlemen, 1 wish to
speak to you about the age of Gene-
Roars of laughter came from the
"Genesis Is not so old as you sup-
pose," continued the professor.
More roars-so long continued, In-
deed, that the worthy man had time to
think before he made the next remark.
He said timidly-and he managed to
hit the mark this time:
"I may not be thinking of the same
Genesis as you are!"

Volcanic Eruptions
Are grand, but skin eruptions rob life
of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve cures
them; also old running fever sores, ul-
cers, boils, felons, corns, warts, cuts,
bruises, burns, scalds, chapped hands

Tax Asse
We will be a'
at the times ni

"sor's XNotice.
the following place,
tUioned for ;the pur-

-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.
-Parker lodge No. 142 F. & A. M.'will
meet in regular communication next
Saturday at 1 o'clock p. nm Visiting
Masons in good standing are invited to
pal ticipate.
-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.
-Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date lino and views of
either St. Andrews Bluff, or Buena Vista
Point, at 8c. per dozen; also map of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 12c. per dozen, at the
BUOY office.
-The Buoy is in receipt of a hands
some wall calendar for 1900-size 12x20
inches, with figures large enough to be
read across any room, from the Chat-
tanooga Medicine Company, Chatta-
nooga, Tenn. Any person wishing one
of these calendars has ity- to send ten
cents to the above address and receive
one by mail.

Great Rejoicing!
No More Medicinel
The Dr. King Chill Pad cures Chills. If
it fails we refund your money. $100,000
to back our guarantee. It is a sure pre-
ventative. If your druggist does not
keep tnem we will mail you one on re-
ceipt of Irice-$1.00. THE .DR. KING
CHILL PAD CO., Memphis, Teunn.

Loaned It to His Friend, and Now It
Is Buried In the Grave.
"No, I am not going out in the even-
ings just now to anything but strictly
informal affairs," remarked a friend of
the saunterer the other day. "Why?
Well, because just now I am not the
possessor of a dress suit and lack the
wherewithal to purchase another. It
happened this way: I had a friend, a
good fellow, who came to me one night
and asked me if I wouldn't lend him
my swallowtail. I consented, but I
told him I wanted the clothes back the
next week, as I had a function to at-
tend myself.
"Well, to make a long story short,
the week went by and not a word
from my friend or not a sign of my
evening duds. I had to cross my date
and was pretty mad, but I didn't say
anything. Another week went by and
still no word. Then I decided to go out
and hunt up my friend and find out if
he intended to keep my clothes forever.
"I called at his boarding house and
rang the bell. His landlady came to
the door. When I asked If my friend
was in, she gave a gasp of astonish-
ment and exclaimed, 'Why, didn't you
know he was dead and buried?'
"It was my turn to be knocked out.
After I recovered my breath, I explain-
1l thaf -haY t niot banril t4hv-1--ewa &u

me !. .--
IncludtJ i t are Turks. Arabs.
Peruvians. 'hs, Chuiaouwn and
Filipinos. N t(uy. with such a con-
glomeration, an attempt at a lan-
guage Is use ss-liat is, a spoken lan-
guage. Anu icc of the vessel, which
is a tramp s ti.. tjigagied in the sug-
ar trade. bI. t, h w y, told the Saun-
terer about
"We ha only >ne language on
board the It n tine of emergency,"
he declared and that is what we term
the boot I guage. It never fails.
When a st arises or anything else
happens to use speedy action on the
part of th crew, the officers of the
ship don't y to talk. They make a
few motio with their hands, and if
these don'. suffice, they employ the
boot langi. e. As you may readily
guess, this.' Imply a series of kicks.
One kick, qe administered, beats a
whole en -(-Tope'Jia" with men who
don't und stand the language in which
the eneycli edila is printed, and so we
manage to get through. But I've often
wondered what would happen to the
ship If paralysis of the -lower limbs
should happen to set in among the
officers."-Philadelphia Inquirer.
Giving PFme a Chance.
"Don't worry. Seribbs: you'll awake
yet and find yourself famous."
"If I could believe that, I'd go to
bed and stay there 11ll the time."-
Chicago ReeP
_- p.-

"Sweet Bells Jangled
Out of Tune and Harsh."
Shakespeare's description fits thou-
sands of women. They are cross, des-
pondent, sic*ly, nervous-a burden to
themselves a.d, their families. Their
sweet disposition are gone. and they, like
the bells, see sadly out of tune. But
there isa remedy. They can use


Wine of Cardui
It brings health to the womanly
organism, and health there means
well poised nerves, calmness, strength.
It restores womanly vigor and power.
It tones up the nerves which suffer-
ing an disease have shattered. It is
Ithe most perfect remedy ever devised
'to restore v.eak women to perfect
health, and to make them attractive
and happy. $1.oo00 at all druggists.
For advice in cases requiring spec-
ial directions, address, giving symp-
toms, "The Ladies' Advisory De-
partment," The Chattanooga Medi-
cine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
REV. J. W. SMITH, Camden, 8. C.,
says :-"My wife used Wine of Cardui at home
for falling of the womb and it entirelycured
God did not male her very wise,
But carved a Rrangeness round her mouth;
He put her great ',rr.,, in her eyes
And softness r nien's souls in drouth,
And on her LtaU Lfo al to see,
The seal of aw l t gedy.
God did not m e h very fair,
But white an lit and strange and sweet
A subtle fragra' ce i her hair,
A slender eS'i nes n her feet,

rn-cYtfis. ifes pifd cure on earth. God" xil
Drives out pains and aches. Only 25 ots
a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by all God did not giv,
Iruggists. But there is uI
-B-o- ITo make men loi
Bread For Hlorxes. Until they go,
A delivery wagon of one of the big And think to res
bread baking factories stopped in front All good, yet shB.
of an up town livery and boarding sta-
ble. and two men at once unloaded bar-
rels of bread and carried them into the Having a Gre'
stable. The bread looked good and berlin's t
wvas good. There were all sorts and Manager Marlic
sizes of loaves in the barrels-"home- store informs us
made," "rye," "Vienna," "potato," run on Chnn be
"graham" and "cottage." He sells fire bott
The curiosity of a man who saw the one of any other
bread being delivered to the stable was satisfaction. In
aroused, and he ventured to ask the 'there is cnothir
proprietor of the stable what it meant.
"There's nothing remarkable about Gough.Remedy to
t," said the proprietor with a laugh. up the sore throat
I simply buy it for horse feed. We leif within a very
rind the bread up and mix it with are growing, andti
other feed. and it makes first class food ed with its promli
or horses. It is stale bread and costs go Daily Calin I
s 40 cents a barrel, and there are 50 Ware, St. Andre,
r 60 loaves to the barrel, so you see it medicine dealers.
cines pretty cheap. Some of the bread--
Sonly a day old and Is good enough
or any man to eat, but the bread fac-
ories canmat sell it. What you see here 1ona
re returned loaves from, the grocer- At the BUIO
s."--New York Journal Pittsburg, on
o Cure LaGrippe' tn Two Days industious ma
ake Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets be given i.
l druggists refund the money if it w be e ve rd
.ls to cure. E. W. GrovE's.'signature preferred. ('al
every box. 25c. St. Andrews, a

"?y ORIMUta tneS I
I to ier a heart,
hi v&thin her face '
ig tj muse apart
.]aea find and grace,
.d and worship there
Ie s scarcely fair.
A ll in New York Tribune.

at Run o-n Cham-
oungh eRemedy.
i, of the Pierson drug
,it he is having a great
laiil's Cough Remedy.
i's of that medicine to
ind, and it gives great
these days of la grippe
g like Chamberlain's
stop the cough, heal
and lungs and give re-
short time. The sales
ill ho try it are pleas-
action.-Scuth Chica-
. For sale by L. M.
* and Bayhead and all

: Wanted
FARM adjoining
ist Bay. An honest,
with small family
1od lay-single mana
or. adires the Buoy,

necessityy is the

Mother of Invention."

pose of assessing and collecting the
state and county, taxes of Washing-
ton county.
St. Andrews mEy, Jan. 18.
Grassy Point, au. 19.
Davis' Mill, Ja*. 22. j
Wausau, Jan. J3.
Poplar Head, Jan. 24.
Caryville, Jan.:25.
Vernon, Jan. 2.
West Bay, Jan 30.
Point Washington, Jan. 31.
Miller's Ferry Feb. 2.
Green Head, b. 3.
J. W. WILLIAMS, Tax Assessor,
A. Q. JONES, Tax Collector.
Wash in rton County.

NERVES must be fed on pure, rich
blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the
best nerve toni. By' enriching the
blood it makes thi nerves STRONC.

The Bo t Language.
Some cities oi which the Saunterer
knows lay chilitto premiership In cos-
mopolitanism. 1,ut in proportion to
popul th he o not compare with a
vessel int Ph.ila'delphia

a brand new set of teeth and she was
strangely proud of them. She first at-
tracted the attention of passengers by
the smiles that she lavished upon them
indiscriminately. Every smile brought
the new teeth into view more prom-
Inently and the evidence that they
were false and the people began to
smile quietly themselves. But even
then the woman was not sure that her
new treasures were properly observed,
and, drawing in her lower lip, she
brought her upper teeth down upon it
and tapped them carelessly with her
finger, looking off into vacancy mean-
while with .a conscious air of uncon-
sciousness.-N w York Times.
American News' Via Lonnon.
Another case of going abroad to get
the news. A London paper said the
father day: "New York is on the eve
of a tierce social struggle. The per-
sistence with which 'Boss' Croker.
Mayor Van Wyck and the other mag-
nates of Tammany have been ignored
by the Vanderbilts, the Astors. the
Gertys. the Goelets, the Livingstons
and the other members of New York's
exclusive Four Hundred has so galled
and irritated the families of the for-
mer that they have resolved upon
founding a new and still more exclu-
sive society of their own, which is to
take the sails out of its rival."


is not dangerous, neither is it painful nor
pe rpEndb or akiess. -L rou use
"6. F. P.
My wife was sick for seven years, suffering
from the Change of Lift,. We tried every-
thing we could get from the doctors and paid
out a considerable sum for treatment without
any good result. We then began using G.F.P.
and it did more good than all else we had
Sued for six years. It is tihe greatest remedy
for suffering females ever placed on the
market. J. D. BORDEN.
Colmesnell, Tex.
Try G. F. P. at once. It will make you
strong, vivacious and cure you of any
f- orm offemale weakness.
Write to our LADIES HEALTH CI.1 in charge of
ladies exclusively. Explain all about your ease and
they will advise you full on how to regain your
health. Address "L.ADIES HEALTH CLUB" care
If your druggist doe, not handle G. F. P. ask
him to send for It. otherwise seiid ,s your order
and 81.00 and we will supply you direct. e
L. GERSTLE & CO., Chattanooqa. Tenn.
:lnlssest.s l .ullhu lsasselllu IIuu lnslliu lls m mlalllullllllnu a

L. M. Ware guarantees every bottle of
Cnamberlain's Cough Remedy and will
refund the money to any one who is not
satisfied after using two-tt.irds of the
contents. This is the best remedy in the
world for lagrippe, coughs, colds, croup
and whooping cough and is pleasant and
safe to take. It prevents any tendency of
a cold to result in pneumonia. Sold by
L. M1. Ware, St. Andrews and Bayhead and
all medicine dea.ers. *
MANAGER i R every county in the
IAUNAGER United States, to handle
the chest paying bu iness known. Legit
imate, Reliable, New. Address Dept. K..
Phoenix Fire Appliance Co., 114 W. 3;th
St., New York.



It was the necessity for anr
honest, reliable blood purifier
and tonic that, brought into
existence Hood's Sarsapa-
rilla. It is a highly concen-
trated extract prepared by a
combination, proportion and
process peculiar to itself and
giving to Hood's Sarsaparilla
unequalled curative power.
Its cwonderfut record of cures has made
it America's Greatest Medicine.
Rosy Cheeks I have good
health and rosy cheeks, thanks to Hood's
Sarsaparilla. It builds me up and
saves doctor bills." Mary A. Burke,
East Clair St., Indianapolis, Ind.

Hood's Plls cure liver Ills; the non-irritating and
Oily catharticto take with Hood's Sarsaparilla.
The Rat Thai Sailed.
A rat was caught alive on board a
naiival vessel in a trap, and the beast
-.-4ia --tb-H iut o the wa-.
r>Tr \ itliout beiug killed. A large gull
iL;.'i .'ais following in the wake of the
ship to picK up scraps of food thrown
overboard by the steward swooped
several times, endeavoring to pick the
rat up. Once the bird got too close to
the rat's jaws, and the beast grabbed
It by the neck. After a short fight the
rat succeeded in killing the bird. When
the gull was dead, the rat scrambled
upon the bird's body, and. hoisting one
.wing as a sail and using the other as
a rudder, succeeded in steering for the
shore. Whether the rat reached shore
or not is the question, since the ship
soon got out of sight of the skipper
and its craft.
His Life Was Saved.
Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen
of Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonder-
ful deliverance from a frightful death.
In telling of it he says: "I was taken
with typhoid fever that ran into pneu-
monia. My lungs became hardened. I
was so weak I couldn't even sit upin
bEd. Nothing helped me. I expected
soon to die of consumption, when I beard
of Dr. King's New Discovery. One bot-
tle gave great relief. I continued to use
it and now am well and strong. I can't
-say too much in its praise." This mar-
vellous medicine is the surest and quick-
est cure in the world for all throat and
lung trouble. Regular sizes 50 cents and
$1. Trial bottes free at any drug store;
every bottle guaranteed.

Showed Her Teeth.
One of the last things people like to
admit usually is that their teeth are
not their own in the sense of not hyv-
ing grown in their mouths. A single
member from a porcelain factory is not
objectionable. The need of it might be
caused by an accident or for a good
many reasons, but when It comes to
several and a plate, then the subject
becomes a delicate one.
But there was a woman in the street


Saur Kraut, 4c per pound.
Buckwheat Flour, 1Oc. for 2 lb package.
Oranges-Fancy Large, 45c. per doz.: Lemons-New Crop, 20c. pel doz.
APPLES-Greenings, 40c. per peck. Cocoanuts, 5c. each.

Overalls---Good Quality, 30c. per pair.

Cood Plaid Cingham, 54c. per yard-
Fine Turkey Riled Prints, 6 c,. per yard.
Splendid In.lig. Bil3ne Prints. 6c. per yard.
Also. good Comforters, made upon honor, for $1.25 each.

If You want Anything, Write to Us aboui It.


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Glassware. Tinware and Notions!
What you can't ffiud at any other Store, come to tile R A C K E T
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Mobile to Andrews Bay and 5 00 St Andrews Bay to Apalachicola.. 2 50
Mobile to ) ...Cromanton..... Car'aldle. 3
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For further information, freight rates and special rates for large parties
Address, CAPT. ,AS. CLARK, Mobile, Alabama.

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Thursday. Jan.

18, 1900;


4ugar, I lb Tea, lb
Granulaled..... 6 HeNo.......55
Coffee,A .....51 Gunpowder.. 40
Lt brown..... 5 Uncol'd Jap.40-60
j ,,ffee, Cond milk, can
Green.... 12@20 Unsweetn'a.10
Arbuckle,lb 12-15 Sweetened..... 8
singerr snaps 31b25 Baking powder
rackers, aoda. 10 Royal ..... ..50
tobacco, plug 20a60 Campbell...... 10
.1.i si s Canned fruit
London layers.8-15 Peaches.... 10a20
Valencia.... .. 8 Tomatoes..... Sal 2
lie ....... 64 Apples........ 10

Evaporated... 124
Dried Peaches 8
Coal Oil prgal....15
gasolinee ..... 20
"Vlorida Syrup... 411 c
T ........ ( Oil

Pears ......... -1
'Plums......... 10
Apricot...... 10-20
Strawberries... 20
Pineapple .., 10-20
:tininid MBeat.
[l,,t-_t Bteefl 1.J

itegar .. .. '. **, ,' )in ls i.~. ...
heegla pr lb .... 15 Chipped Beefl0-25
Buttt ...... 25-30 Lobster.. .... 20
Lard ........ 8-10 Salmon.... .. 15
es .......... 4 Canned Vegetables
Cocdanut pkg... 10 Baked Beans... 10
FiuitPhddine... 10 Corn....... 10 i'
Jelly, glass, 10ai2,1 Peas .......... 10
Li ie Juice...... 45 Pumpkin...... 12
Egisper doz... 15,
Flour Pork
Am'nSwan Y%..2.25 D. S. pr tb...... 71
Majestic.... 2.75 Bacon Sides.. ..8j
COpi Mealprbu60-70 Fresh ....... 8al0
Oat Meal pr lb... 5 Br'kf'st Bacon. 1
Jdru per bu .... 55-60 Ham canvassedl21
Potatoes Shoulders..... 10
Irish....... 1 20 Beef
Early R'se seed 1.20 Corned ......... 8
Sweet ..... 60@75 Fresh.. ...... 8al0
3alt,pr sack... 85 Dried......... 25
Table ........ 5 Milk pr qt ...... 10
S Nails, per 1b312a4i Ax,with handle. 75
SOalv wire do.6a6i Hoes, each ... 35a50
Manilla rope ...9al20opper paint, can 45
Stove cook,, .$8a25 Linseed oil, gal55@60
Pipe, per joint 15
Prints, per yd.. 5a8 Checks .......5a5 ,
Sheetings .... 5a9 Flannel ...... 15a40
Muslin....... 9all Thread per spool. 5
Jeans ....... 15a45 Shoes, ladies..$1a2 75
Extra pants pat 225 Men's... $1 40a300
Hay pr cwt..75al."5 Oats pr bu....... 55
1Bral ....... ..1.25 Brick pr M.....13.0t0
Rope Sial .....7@9 Lime pr hbl...... 75
Oranges pr doz. Pecans pr lb..... 15
Apples ........ 12 Walnuts. ....... 20
Lemons......... 25 Almonds........ 15
Inshell prl,000 1.50 Opened pr qt .. 15e
Horses... $30al00 Cows....... $15a$25
Mules.... $50a100() Hogs.. ..... $3 to $4
qxen.. pr yoke $30 Sheep........... $2
Chickens each l5a25 Geese each. 45a50
'.trkeys. 75ail.OO Ducks....... 15a20
*k -^in,.,c . t, A I #-

'Mullet pr doz 25c Mullet pr ibl 4.50
Trout ........., 5 Trout........ 4.50
Ponipano pr 11b.. 6 Poinpano ... 10.00
SIu eii..... 0. 0 Mackeral .... 8.00

Flooring; Ceiling.
HMart, in...$14.00 Heart, m. ..$14.00
Face ... 12.00 Face ... 12.00
Sap ... 10,00 Sap ... 10.00
Drop siding, Clapboards,
Heart face ,jm 14.00 /2x6 in. mn...$12.00
gao 10.0v Finishing lum-
iuiff lumber.. 8@12 ber, d.. $12@15.00
Hear shliigle, 2.50 Lath, V mn. ... 2.00
Sap "' 1.50 Boat lumber,
dressed.... $20

Uatarrh Cannotd be Cureca
cannot reach the seat of the disease.
Catarrh is a blood or constitutional
disease, and in order to cure it you
must take internal refiedies. Hall's
Catarrh, Cure in taken internally, and
acts directly on the blood and mucous
su4iaces. Halt's Catarrh .&ure is not a
qU'ack medicine. It was prescribed by
otre of the best physicians in this coun-
try for ,ears, and is a regular prescrip-
tion. It is composed of the best tonics
kuown, combined with the best blood
purifiers, acting directly on the mu-
cous membranes. The perfect combi-
nation of the two ingredients is what
produces such wonderful results in cur-
ing Catarrh. Send for testimonials,
fr e-.
J. F. CHENEY & Go., Props.. Toledo,
0. Sold by druggists, price 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
ins, i' m !.
"Al. Horten fe." h triedt. "I canuol
give you up You luusit reconsider th'
terrible slltence you tiave just impos-
ed upon it., I refuse to believe that
you kov your o'un heart."L
The proud girl looked *-t him for a
Inoument ias if shell were hcalf sorry, and
theop. ec )iiing firm agiin. she, said:
"No. PerCt Hendershot. I have de-
"But you will tell me," he pleaded,
"what I have dmne to deserve this
treatitnent. v-11ll you .,t'.'"
**'s ."she noiswirr-d. "Alnce you ask
mnteo do so. I will. Nothing!"
Itl'enmnihbr Ing. then, that lie had nev-
Ser held a job for two consecutive
weeks. he staggered out into the misty
night.-Chicago Times-Herald.
The Red Sea.
At certain seasons of the year the
Red sea is almost unbearable. The
wdter taken from 70 to 80 feet below
the surface of the sea at 6 o'clock in
the morning will often register a tem-
perattire as high as 90 degrees. If, In
addition, a sandstorm thinks fit to
blow, the whole air is full of a mist
made of Innumerable particles of fine
hot sand, which blind and suffocate at
the same tlme,-Favorite Magazine.
'A .ea'rt as sturdy As an oak." If their
hart is to hbe sturdy and the nerves
strong, the blood must be rich and pure;
Hood's Sarsaoarills makes heart sturdy
because it makes good blood. It gives
strength and courage.,
Hood's Pills are non-irritating, mild,

STo PATENT ood Ideas
[ m lour aid. Address,
Baltimore. Md.
ftubarIpjojL6 to The Paten[('iecor'. $1.tup.r annum.a


Of the Board of County Commissioners of Washington County,
County Proper Fund.
1898. Balance....................... ............. ..........$ 36 27
Amount of tax collector tax levy. J................. .. 3,391 06
do do license....................... 170 24
do lands sold and redeemed.................. 23 95
do do T.J. Mobley................... 30 00

Tdtalh ............................. .....$3,651 52 $3,651 52
Cotinty -Special -Fund
1898 Balance ,....... .................. ................ $ 649 98
Amount of Tax Collector Tax Levy. :;.....I ......... 1,144 22
do lands sold and redeemed;;.... i i ..... ,... 6 60

Total........ ............. .. .., $1,800 80 $1,800 80


County Building Fumnd
Balance ................................... ;.$ 216 26
Amount of Tax Collector Tax Levy.................. 2,800 70
do land sold and redeemed................. 23 78

Total.................................... $3,040 74 $3,040 74
County Fine and Forfeiture Fund.

18d8 Balance........ ....... ............................... 90 93
Amount of Tax Collector Tax Levy................... 2,234 09
do lands sold and redeemed................... 17 35
do county judge fines collected... ............ 47 00
do Justice Dist. No. 6, do ............... 42 50
do do No. S, do ........... ..... 3

QS u f 1r 1a. 0..O ......... ...... t 1
do State convict hire......................... 78 00
do County do ............. ........... 30 80

Total........................ ................. $2,545 70 $2,515 70

Total receipts..............................., $11.038 76a.

County Proper Fund.
Amount of per diem and milage of Board ..................$
extra service of Board ............................
Insurance .. ............... ..................
Clerk of Board .................................
Sheriff, for Board..............................
County attorney...................................
printing and publishing .................. .......
Ex-Treasurer's commission, 1898...................
Treasurer's commission, 1899......................
Ex-Assessor's commission, 1898....................
Assessor's commission, 1899........................
Collector's commission ........ ... ...........
Circuit clerk, recording 1894 tax sale.. ..........
do 1899 do ..............
Poor House expenses.............................
Inquest expenses..................................
Insane expenses .................................
Road expenses ................................
Receiving and inspecting bridges.................
Washing and medicine for jail.....................
Wood for circuit court..........................
Clerk do .. ........................
Sheriff and bailiff circuit court.......... .........
Grand jury do expenses ..........
W witnesses db ..................
Board for jurors do ,; s.................
1898 election expenses....... ...................
1899 do ................ ...........
1899 registration officer........... ...............
County judge, reporting icer.se..................

519 10
14 75
150 00
150 00
38 00
50 00
52 00
43 65
186 64
155 41
425 85
551 00
54 24
9 55
442 81
74 00
36 60
6 00
r5 80
25 42
1 50
89 66
457 80
3 50
3 00
2 00
3 62
142 50
45 00
3 60

Total........................: .... .... $3,`93 00 $3,793 00
County Special Fund.
Amount buildinL' and repairing bridges................... $ 691 21 ,

Records and stationery............... ............ 71 10
Keeping up Miller's ferry............. ............ 108 47
Book shelves, etc., clerk's vault..................... 21 00
Jail repairs and cuffs and irons.................... 16 75
Poor House material .............................. 1 20
Crossings and footways on roads.................... 8 50

Total.............. .,.. .................. $ 918 23
County Building Fund.
Amount paid Jasper Construction Company................ $2,812 89
County Fine ann Forfeiture Fund.
Amount to sheriff for circuit court....................... $ 793 05
Clerk do ........................ 26 51
Stenographer do ........................ 73 10
W ttnesses do ......... .............. 47(, 70
County and justice court expenses............... 221 27
Feeding and caring for prisoners................ 519 25

$ 918 23

$2,812 89

Total.................................... $2,103 88 $2,103 88

Total expenditures........... ................
Resources or Casn on Hand.
In hands of county treasurer-

$9,628 00

Proper fund...................................... $ 252 50
Special fund..................................... 809 83
Building fund .................................. 241 25
Fine and forfeiture fund.......................... 127 82

$1,431 40
The foregoing is a true statement for the year 1899, as shown by the re-
cords of the Board of County Commissioners.
Attest: JNO. R. THOMPSON, Chairman pro tern.

Bismarck's Iron Nerve
Was the result of his splendid health.
Indomitable will aud trem: ndous ener-
gy are not found where the stomach,
liver, kidney and bowels are out of or-
der. If you want these qualities and
.-the success they bring, use Dr. King's
New Life Pills. They develop every
power of brain and body. Only 25c at
all drug stores.

Is the Place to Buy

Clothing and Gents'
Furnishing Goods
At Rock Bottom Prices!
At his Store may also be found Con-
stantly on Hand, a Full Line of
General Merchandise
A Tin Shop
Run in connection With the Store, af-
fordd ample opportunity fo. thLa
Repairing of All Kittiid Of Tinware
Here are maunfactured tne
Sheet Iron Box Heating Stoves I
Vhich are so deservedly popular.
A call at B. V. Brtock's Store will
convince all persons of the genuine.
ness of his goods ind lo'wnegs of his
Come and e CBnvince

Not Entirely One.
"And so they were made one."
"Oh, I don't know. I believe she
still has a mind of her own."--Chicago
The Eminent Kidney
and Bladder Specialist.

The Discoverer of Swamp-Root at Work in
His Laboratory.
There is a disease prevailing in this
country most dangerous because so decep-
tive. Many sudden deaths are caused by
it-heart disease, pneumonia, heart failure
or apoplexy are often the result of kidney
disease. If kidney trouble is allowed to ad-
vance the kidney-poisoned blood will attack
the vital organs, or the kidneys themselves
break down and waste away cell by cell.
Then the richness of the blood-the albumen
-'leaks out and the sufferer has Bright's
Disease, the worst form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the new dis-
covery is the true specific for kidney, bladder
and urinary troubles. It has cured thousands
of apparently hopeless cases, after alt other
efforts have failed. At druggists in fifty-cent
and dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent free
by mail, also a book telling about Swamp-
Root and its wonderful cures. Address
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamtorr;n N; Y. and
mention't this paper.

Pet'rsoual. I
Arthur H. Brake, atie
ot about two weeks, ,ld
time he visited Wewaliil
anna and other points,
returned hlst Sat ur.lay, 1.
liii a fine iihuor, purchase
Dr. Harvey J. Chailwt

an absence __ -, "
Uig which

in buitiness,
, lilk. Mari-

I"oing with ( J ,J '
d at Mari- I -- --'

k of Grand

Rapids, Mich., arrival Sat ,,i ,y even-
ing ioni the schlooller NeLile' atid was
Dr. and Mrs. Walte 'Saton of
Philadelphia, who speuttile winter
here several years ago, i 'e returned
to make St. Andrews BEy their per-
inaneut home, l.a ii, purchased
and taken possession property on
East Bay between Wat Bayou and
Parker, Dr. Seatom, | thie Buov
understands int..ntls tI p-iae'n :e hi,
profetsio:n ,-f iii y, d n iJ! u hl iLil hI"
is an expert.

I will be ai tL S .\ .ir, : 11 "lT ii ,-
day, the l th dl v ,,I ,I iFny, lotu.
fur tv lie urp I ... 1:,,

A Q J ,.i:.-, T ': ctor,
Wa.li iT';tonl ',nty.

Wanted to See 'kat ot.
On the principle tiltot o- persons
even old stories are niw., one. of
the royal princelings (,St nI.,d. is
given in Mr. G. W. E. R -1 i.,1..,:--i t
book, "Collections and I,.'t' .,r-:"
An English gentleman w ad a de-
formed foot was going t' isit the
queen at Osborne, and before arrival
the queen anQ Prince Albe debated
whether it would be well 1t arn the
Prince of Wales and the pri as royal
of his physical peculiarity, as to
avoid their making embar3 ing re-
marks, or to leave it to their vn good
The latter course was adopt Lord
-- duly arrived. Thle f:.ot (licited no
remark from the rcyal childJrErand the
visit passed off with nsurces. text day
the princess royal asked the qplen:
"'Where is Lord -- i"
"He has gone back to LondoA, dear."
"Oh, what a pity I Hhlridipru ised
to show Bertie and me be lfoit I"
They had caught him n aqniet spot
and made their own teuwswith the
caDtive. .
I want to let tihe pe.H'lellil,. su :r from
rheumatism and sciatba know that
Chamberlain's Pain Balirrehlived me af-
ter a number of other iYines and a
doctor had failed. 'It is es` liniment
I have ever known of.- IDOOGEN, Al-
pharetta, 3a. Thousann ve been cur-
ed of rheumatism by I.tpredy. One
application relieves the For sale by
L. M. Ware, St. Andre d Bavhead,

A Sa aly Lost
When last in New
had a bitter exrteriencel

rL, Carnegie.

When the children get their
feet wet acdl t.ke cold ;,v, t.._ '
a hot foot bath, a bowl of hot
drink, a dose cf Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral, and put them to bed.
The chances are ,hey will be
all right in the morning. Con-
tinue the Cherry Pectoral a few
days, until all cough has dis-
Old coughs rre also cured;
we mean the coughs cf bron-
chitis, weak throats and irritable
lungs. Even the hard coughs
of consumption are always
made easy and frequently cured
by the continued use of

I A- It'll's

Every doctor knows that wild
cherry bark is the best remedy
known to medical science for,
soothing and healing inflamed
throats and lungs.
Paut one of
Dr. Ayer's

Cherry Pectoral

0VQf y* E,[' S

Thie rcs, f9Iadlal
A dvica Fro-aI
We iwN have seine of thi6 tnost emi-
nent plyii;mns in the United. States.
Unusual ipi mrtuilities awli lul g expert,
eine' emi'etn t yv .fi t ttem f'( you a.
Vei -cal t i8ce. '- rite t.,. ,.1 the
particulars in1 our ene. ,
A.ddrebs, Dr. J. C. AYEV,
Lowell. Mass.

How a Crack Shot Became Indebted
to an Iri1h Sergeant.
"They tell a funmly story in the r.my
about Captain Patillo. the crack shot."
said one of a party of late diners. "Ac-
cording to the yarn, Generni Miles and
a high Washington odicial once visited
a western post where the (aptalin was
stationed and sent word that they
would like to see a little exhibition of
his skill. Patillo happened to be quite
sick at the time, but he eoul.n't very
well refuse and Ipresently appeared on
the long distance range. lie blIaz:d
.away, and an Irish sorg:eant, who 1:aC
"been sent out to act as :narker, waved
a small flag. 'What does that nmean?
asked 'the diLtmiuisahed vi.to 'It
.means I rnissed the whole t ot.' r.-
,..Tw -

ger boy, whose tard v gri g
a business message came ;7repsettitmg
a deal of great importgapC I.-ferring
to this incident while itnuer with
friends that evening, he'told.4an office
boy who worked for,' hiw Tyiiy, years
ago when he was of far less 1portance
in the commercial world. ,
"James," said Mr. Carmeb, "was a
willing boy, but his ability a stut-
terer was simply wonderful and I of-
ten found it more convyele to attend
to little errands myself o wait for
his explanations. One day neighbor
wanted to send a nice note tear across
the city, and I permitted Jae to carry
it for him. The trip was 0lojng.one,
and James was gone quite ree hours.
When he returned; I ask him how
much be hadcharged forih services.
S 'Fi-f; 6i- fl-f 6 fi- fteen i c-c-cental
was the gasping reply.
'Why didn't you n l- it a quar-
ter?' I asked.
S 'I c c-'.e-c-rrcnhli-coc ,t -co:nln't
s-s-s-s-say it.' hie re lied, with tearj as
well as hyl .:', ':. i rm v,.jlc0
"Right thuei I ruu:l. up r:y mind
never to gi'.- any o- i.iyse-virv. i w.th-
out first mu kiig sut- IBa: c, al.1 ri.ite
my price wi'.:i.'t tutt.-in'. and I
never have."-Ci,'.'ii:ati Erqnir,.r
F. B. Thirkhead, H.,:-,ith Inspector of
Chicago, says; Kodol Dy.i pQia Ciire can-
not be recommended to,) hi.'hlr. It cured
me of severe dyspepsia.": It digests what
you eat and cure, idigi,:si iion, 1i,a.tliirn
and all forums of d)i.,pp-ia. t. F. Brick-
n & Son
W ANTED--.E El; \, N iiGHT AND
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From no it h-e r-cd %, I a ;it. h nini.ns
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pol)(1111. eM, 'h Awe~ f iP 1 -'-J, imld in.
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ona grown in Doll i~blfi i.~d
(ilavit Beggar weed a -Specialty.
gjW-Sv~d Ifor (..I.l' - ivi~g lull
itfluruliation uto

grow paying crops t ue. tuey'reI
fresh and always. tli ,Ix l, ke .
sale everywhere. ( UfU..... ujiitutah.
Stick to Ferrya se<- ri r ..r,,ptr.
110O Seed AnnLu l free. ,.'rile fr iL.
D. bl. FEiR &CO.. D oi, ich

with the same result. 'I don't l:InK
what's the matter with me!' he e:.:
claimed in deep mortE'. action. 'I ueve:
did such work in my life.'
"At the third shot the distant figure
varied the wigwagging, and the as-
sembled ofijeers applauded. The sig-
nal meant a bullseye. Thereupon he
fired 20 consecutive rounds, and each
time the flag waved back the news
that he had pierced the inner circle. It
was a marvelous record, an unparal-
leled score. The distinguished visitor
was very gracious in his congratula-
"Later on Patillo, still beaming, met
the marker crossing the parade
grounds. 'Hello, sergeant!' he said,
'I wonder what the deuce made me
miss the target those first two shots?'
'Whist, captain!' replied the Irishman,
drawing close. 'Tis divil the time ye
hit it at all, at all!' 'Didn't hit it at
all!' cried Patillo in amazement. 'Then
why did you signal all those bulls-
eyes?' 'Faith, sor.' said the sergeant
reproachfully. 'I knew yer ripytation
was at stake.' "-New Orleans Times-


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A Matteroof Environment.
like the ignorant Ethiop, thrown away
her pearl? Had this splendid, uncon-
ventional fellow quite outworn her
earlier fascinations? It sadly looked
like it.
Then came the day of their depar-
ture, and still Robert hadn't spoken.
But along in the early morning he said
to her:
"Shall we take a farewell look to-
gether at the happy valley?"
So they walked up the hillside path
a short distance to a wooded plateau
that overlooked the valley and its
foaming stream for many miles. Rob-
ert had made a little seat just within
the thicket, and they sat down. For a
moment, both were silent. Then Rob-
ert spoke.
"Well." he quietly said, "have you
Grace looked up with a start. There
was a masterful air about him that
fairly paralyzed her tongue. She could
only stare and wonder.
"Time is slipping by," said Robert as
he consultedl bi watch. "I must seize
tut nr-sc p[onuritmary L'-pls-jt. Lu SUl
Grace tried to saO the cutting things
that surged in her mind. But when
she cnangit Robert's eye looking down
upon her with a tenderness of expres-
sion that altogether belled the busi-
nesslike form of his speech she gave a
little gasp and incontinently surren-

Fifteen minutes later Robert and the
capitalist clasped hands warmly.
"All right, eh?" queried the latter,
with a broad smile.
"Yes, sir." replied Robert, "it worked
just as you wrote me it would. But It
has been a hard part to play."
"But you played to win. It was the
old clothes and the brusque manner
and. above all, the environment that
served to clinch her affection, for I'm
sure my little girl has loved you for a
long time. my boy."
He took Robert's arm affectionately
ind walked with him to the company's
office, and Grace, watching at the cot-
mva window and tuite unconscious of
!ihe plot that had brought her happi-
ness. knew that all was well.
"I'mTn coming east as soon as Mr. In-
gers.ll returns," said Robert when it
came time for the adieus, "and then I
01an enjoy the luxury of a change of
- II .. TTrw i-to'hod her smilingly

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is he su'l',-
"I-i h ,int
mur-mIured. '
with yon. ''.
"It shall i,-
"Arnd ainlt

"There mi
Cleveland PI

Bleak wilnd a. r,-,,
No star s.in as
But over ail 1I,
In the dear et
In what strange
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Only tl' :.v .J1)
That I .. :..
It was n r ir ,. I .
All ti.. l . [-
Robes L r. I -
For r .n-.:,,t til
It was n- I rr..i. h
For r.-B rrn~ .,
A-l in i. i r
Find m. rcy at
So ni'ht is r-v, r
Of love is .. ,i,
If to love's 1 ..
broulgt, .
Lo, love is %Al
0 winds across ri
o stals that I'
There shines, ..,
In the lear r

0 0 '
I cuP'i1
o {
0 low a
In his y(
Ing to I
beauty. IM
he came
and was
scorched 0
ed ve llow

- ofrrly.
tu love you, dear," she
that garb. Bring it
I forget."
hy negligee," he laughed.
r thing, Robert."

u't he any



, ih.. n. l .. 1s. and the night-
*l.,rn the m I ,u..,
S. .. t ., light
of j ..u.
t'lh m-y )our footsteps be
, '.1-r S%.O.
i9 tIe dark to me-
tiJ sol
r .: ,-0o heart of mine,
a1-' bright:-
'.1i cri.sotn to resign
I, ka ite.
,i'1 earth's gold and dros
"I plete
ip ning to a cross,
r iEc-t.
hr when the sweet thought
.ur scourged, sad limba are

-,,., .'. and the nightly
-..,r.. tli unforgotten light
-Atlanta Constitutfon.



In& qot 2t.ariried. 4

my ltcle David, accord-
uother, was a flower of
may have been, but when
live with us he had faded
iort, thick man of 50, with
s, the'whites being streak-
brown. a knotty face andr

a wooden 'V'.1 strapped to his right
wrist. I', as he had done well on
the sea, I was still beautiful. As I
was his ]jlir pi' -iipit e, I was like-
wise nt'sianti, custodian of him, for
my moth" fas) ver one to guard her
trea n -[I I .-.
My dut was to go abroad with him
and s.e- Ito ItIthat no woman had
private c,,verrtion with him, my in-
structions eint if they endeavored to
do s-. to urr him home, resorting,
If necesisa & pretended cramps, a
slcknc.-3 t wIpch 1 was predisposed.
And my o cewvas not an easy one,
for he ha in his day been quite a
blade and idlever lost his edge, and
the vigilante I ad to exercise to keep
him from hari would have saved a
congregatili ordinary sinners. He
would alwf's 'nk his scorched eyes
at the glrl wmet and occasionally
stop to sp4k th them, despite my
tugging ats s. and havyis cramps.
All his trag sions I would report
at home, a d mother would then
blacken theh' cters of the young la-
dies in que on ia degree that satan
himself w Id ot have associated
with' them t wearing an amulet.
jBy these ilar means we saved
aimv fo va'rln1pi ot plumpred
him to'thi ad of his death had I not
been take lWn with my first love
affair an Mu-ome correspondingly
mushy. Hp '.true it is that lovers are
the teapis fthe cods!g Being mushy,
I fell to pitobn his Isolation from femi-
nine charnii pand was thereby led, on
the 14th of february, to sending him
a valentlin-- he pair of plump red
hearts spittdiin a golden arrow. It I
duly postedjamd later it was delivered
to him. That- eseuiag, being a Wednes-
day, my nviFhr went, as was her in-
violate custotujto prayer meeting, leav-
ing re on gpa rd. As the door closed
behind her, V6ele David got out of his
chair nnd wept to the window.
"She's abliAd." he said, peering out.
"There's a likht on her port side."
"A what?"4 said I, knowing I must
report the relairk.
He made n reply, but came back to
his chair.
"Bennie," tie'said presently, "did you
ever get a valentiue?"
"No, sir," said I faintly. "Did you?"
He did not answer.
"Do you know when you are going to
wear a watch?" he asked suddenly.
I was going o say when he died, but
thought better of it.
"I do," he went on; "tomorrow. It
is in my chest. It doesn't go, but when
you want to know the time you can run
home and findput."
"Of course,' I exclaimed joyfully.
"Why not?"
"Answer yo rself," he said. "To-
morrow it is ours. Tonight we are
going out. Fe ch me my feathers."
I got between him and the door.
"Come to think," he said, eying me
sharply, "the "rat h does go, and there
is a chain to itn."
Eve got onl, an pple. What would
she have done or watch? Without a
word I brought Im his best suit,
which he al t spoke of as his
her's room anid wi e s, i was keeping
it against his funeral.
"You can't get get them on," I said
hopefully, noting their size..
"No more have I for 30 years," he
answered, "but I can pull In. If you
hear me ripping look sharp and turn
me the other w y. There is a charm
to the chain." ,
He shouldn't have mentioned the
charm, for the ilidity with which I
got him into his clothing damaged his
wind, but whbnIl had him crowded
into them hb oked fine, barring
alarming stym iois of suddenly com-
Ing out of thtnl at all points. As
soon as he was*,dressed we started,
taking al.ng hl; great coat, to be used
in case of ac.i eft.
A square o,)%'n the street we stop-
ped. Then my heart beat comfortably.
It was Mi.ss % nanab Baxter's house,
and I did not onslder Miss Hannah
at all dangerous. she being my moth-
er's bosom friend and with a reputa-
tln as a man hater, having once in
public meeting prayed for the saving
of men, whom abshe designated as de-
throned rit,'.', In response to my
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uncle's knock, Miss Hannah opened
the door.
"The Lord save us!" she exclaimed
Inhospitably. "Is it you?"
"It is," said my uncle, snapping for
breath, being mnch blown from walk-
ing and the tightness of his garments.
"It is. As I said, I'm doing."
Though I saw that she did not un-
derstand the speech, she let us into the
sitting room and asked us to be seated.
It was the one thing my uncle should
not have done, for as he touched the
settle there were ripping sounds, and I
knew I should have trouble In getting
him out of the house. He was but lit-
tle affected.
"She's let go all over," he said calm-
ly and then, "IHannah Baxter, come
"I won't," said Miss Hannah. stand-
Ing on the other side of the fireplace.
"I won't! Why should I?"
"Because you have done it again!"
said my uncle. "After 30 years you've
done it again, red hearts and all. You
know what I said I'd do if you done it
Miss Hannah started. "I never!" sh,
exclaimed. "I never!"
"You did!" shouted my uncle. "Ben
nie, fetch her here!"
I hesitated, but suddenly remember-
ing the watch, I sprang upon her and.
catching her around the waist, began :
pulling her toward the settle., my uncle

and by r.ounding on the settle with hia
wooden hand. She was no match for
me, and( so, though she fought valiant-
ly. I soon landed her on the settle.
Then. to my horror, my uncle grabbed
her and repeatedly kissed her on what-
ever part of the face came convenient-
ly to his lips. for she still struggled,
though hardly as a virgin of 50 should
have struggled.
Seeing this brought me to my senses.
and I flew at them and tried to tear
her from him. but :is she evinced no
desire to be liberated, and as my uncle
beat ue soundly on the head with his
wooden hand. I desi:tcd and took to
cramps on the floor. This had Eo effect
whatever, so I recovered. and. rushing
from the house, ran to the church
where my mother was. and. daLshing up
the aisle, whispered to her the dreadiu!
news that Uncle LIavid was kissing
Miss Hannahl Baxter.
Never will I forget the look that over-
spread her face. Ever a woman of
prompt thought and action, she then
and there boxed my ears and. this
done, huricd out and ran as fast as
she could to Miss 1iannah's, I follow-
But we were too late. The doors and
shutters were locked and all in vain
did we pound for admittance. Not a
word, not a sound, came from within
the house. My mother's agitation was
terrible. I was glad when she left off
beating on the door and fell to beating
me, for I knew that she would feel bet-
ter for it, and that I would have so
much less to receive later on. Not-
withstanding. I cried lustily, and.
church having been hastily dismissed.
a crowd quici:ly gathered, and as I
was crying "Murder!" the rumor got
afloat that Miss iHannah was murder-
lug LUrcle David. Some of the men
wt:'e for breaking down the door and
would cort.-nliy a 'i1 dne ,, -o In,1d not

t-Tra -ie, ti-u ao n-y iu.is Iiaunnau,
bearing a lamp, ~-i'; aril at an lipper
"D'avid HaniIlton!" screamed my
mother on seeing hima. "Come out of
"I will not!" shouted my uncle de-
fiant ly.
"You shall!" screamed my mother.
"Come home!"
For answer my uncle (! il-"- I':rx 1\
put his arin around M!ss II.sIalaa h and
kissed her. My mother fainted, but uo
sooner had she touched tie ground
than she was again on her feet.
"Stop it!" she screamed. "Stop it'
You ain't married!"
lie again kissed Miss Hannah.
"Break down the door!" commanded
my mother.
It was an exciting moment. Al-
though half of the crowd were laugh-
ing. some of the men threw themselves
against the door. My uncle leaned over
the window sill.
"We ain't married." he shouted. "but
we're going to be. and there isn't any
power on earth can stop it. because
I'm not coming out," and he shook his
fist in the direction of my mother.
"I-lannah Baxter and me," he contin-
ued, "has been fools for over 30 years.
The why is no one's business, but
we've got over it, and there ain't no
power on earth can stop It, because
I'm not coming out," and again he
shook his fist in the direction of my
mother, who was now hammering on
the door.
"Is the preacher among you?" he
The preacher was pushed forward.
Realizing that if the day were to be
saved, I must save it, I fell in a pre-
tended fit under the window. When I
got back, drenched and shivering, from
the pump, whither kind hands had
conveyed me, the crowd was cheering,
and my uncle and Js ab .were
bowlig from an upper window.
As for the rest, I never got even the
watch.-Cincinnati Commercial Trib-
She Paid the Fine.
The Boston Herald says: "A man
was brought into the Springfield police
court the other day charged with neg-
lecting to support his wife. He plead-
ed guilty and was fined $20.. Thereup-
on his neglected wife stepped up to the
clerk's desk and paid the fine, which
was promptly refunded to her under
the provision of the law relative to
nonsupport cases, which provides for
the payment of the amount of the fine
Imposed on the husband to the wife
when the court so directs. The law ap-
pears to be based on the right princi-
ple, but it operates queerly sometimes,
as in this case."

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distance before dinner time and arriv-
ed at a farmhouse in time for dinner.
Houston was sick. His companion had
a ravenous appetite.
"Mr. Houston," said the housewife,
with some indignation, "I see you ain't
eating much. I know the dinner ain't
much, but it Is the best I could get up.
I'm sorry you don't appreciate the din.
"My good woman, the dinner is per-
fect, but I am ill. In addition to that I
have got to make a speech immediate-
ly, and I can't speak well after eating
"Yes," said the good housewife, with
spirit, "it's just like this-an empty
wagon makes the loudest nois.." Hous-
ton was silent. The other man ate
ravenously.-Birmingham (Ala.) Ag.-
Queer as DicUk' Hathi-anat.
" Good stories of William Morris are
told by J. W. Mackail in his "Life."
"Morris went to Jones' on Sunday
night," runs a note in Miss 'Pierce's
diary, "w*ile they were here, and his
hair was so long an'd he looked so wild
that the servant who opened the door
would not let him in, thinking he was
a burglar."
Moarris had a temper, also sound
teeth. Once, in a fury, he bit a silver
table fork all out of shape. On anoth-
er occasion he hurled a fifteenth cen-
tury folio at a workman. The book
went through the workshop do;*:. In
his fits of anger Morris would drive 1is
head against a wall or bite deep into.
the window frame.
Morris was honestly a socialist. When
his workshops and their contents were
worth $75,000. he surrendered all prof
its and took foreman's wages, thus en-
abling the business to pay $1.50 pel
week better wages to each man.
Morris began designing wall papers
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CaI You ITdnlgae In' This ?
"During the day every one should
take a few minutes' sleep, preferably
directly after the noon nuca'." writes
Edward B. Warmna in Til, I .adliea'
Home Journal. "The time gv'ne to it
may seem too precious for ono" iM luM-
nes, but it will be no.-e ,i:: ,'o:av)en-
sated for by tU-c U -i :i ;;',L ';l!ly
com!i;non that f:xl,.'A-s. Sit in lu easy
chair. Lyring doi-.n :;-Lcet. fiter a
mel -acrowds the (digest'ie o .zaus and
makes one's sleep i-es-tless instead of
restful. Rest the head comfortably.
Tip the chair to a pleasant angle for
the. body, not eno::ii to have the
weight of the bo-.iy ou the back.
1'a.. the feet on a chia'r as hgh or a
tr:fli highlier than the o:)e upon: which
you are sitting; cross the limbs at the
ankle joints, close the hands together
.)y interlacing the fingers, place the
fleshy part of the thumbs together in
order to avoid grasping the hands too
tig,:1., and close the eyes. Having
thus closed the circuit, it will be nec-
essary to relieve yourself of all nerv-
ous and muscular tension. Think only
of your slow, measured breathing and
the desire for a restful sleep."

A Tart Retort.
A good story is told about former
Governor George S. Houston. Houston
and one of the public men now distin-
guished in the public life of the state
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