Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00069
 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 25, 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: VID00069
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
lccn - sn 95026996
lccn - sn 95026996

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First Last, and all the


Washington County

West Florida

.A ainst the World,

mL ________________

LA., JAN. 25. 1900. NO. 44.


senators- Hon. danm'l Pa,'o, Mdtdlicello,
Slon S. R. Malloryv, Pensaeola.
lepresentatives-I st Distriot, S.M.Spark-
man, Tampa; 2d Diitrict, R. W.
Davis, Palatka.
Lasid Office-Regilter, W. G. Robinson;
Receiver-H. S. Chuhh, Gainesville.
3overuor-W. D. Bloxham; Secretary of
State, J. L. j.rawford: treasurer, J. B.
Whiltield; Attorney General Win. B. La-
mar; Comptroller, W. H. Reynolds; St.-
erintendent if Public lnstructioni, W.
N'. Sheats; Coinminsioner of Agricul-
ture, L. U. WimhweilP Adjutant Ge -
tral. Patrick Houston. Tallahassee.
firFt District-S. R,. allory. Pensacola:
inamin n 'Tl~aniAs-ntrc.i i* ji'LPaag Mantivello.

- TATt -Ca i n1mw..-
rwentv-6fth District-J. B. Clarke, We-
vwhitchk e.
Iepreseilative, W. G. Colemvtan, Vernou;
County Judge, D. D. Melvin, Vernon;,
Clerk of Court, County Clerk, Recorder
of Deeds, W. B. La.sitter, Vernonl
Sheriff, C. G. Allen, Chipley; Tretdurer,
G. J. Parish. Vernon: TaxCollector, A.
Q. Jones, Vernon; Tax Assessor, J.
W Williams Chiplev; Superintendent
of Public Instruction, W. L Lockey.
Chiple%; Surveyor, P. L. Horn, Orange
ST. ANDR ws. -.
1 Justice of the Peace.W. I.Singleterry;
Notary Putblics, W.'A. Emmons, C. H.
Crippen; Deputy Circuit Court Clerk.
W. A. Emmons: School Directors, R.
F. Brackin, W. I. Singletarv, L. M.
Ware; Post Master, L. M. Ware
- Postmistreas, Mrs. M. B. Jenks.
Postmaster; Henry Bovis.
?ostmaster and Notary Public, W. H.
?ostmaitlrets, Mrs. Hassellhorg.
P' stmastei, S. W. Anderson
Postmaster, Mres R.Gay.
BAY Hfna.
I'Potmaster. 0. C. Tompkins.
Postmaste, It. J. Johntson.
Postmistress, Mrs. Dyer.
SWssr BAY,
Postmaster, P. N. Hutchinson.
Pottoffice on Laid's Mill Bayou.
rotary Public, Frank Hoskinis; i'ostmas-
ter, Ibhos. J. B. Mauger; County Com-
missiuner, Hiram M. Spicer; Deputy
Cerk o01 cours t'. T. TWalklav.
iEL1G 10U S.
Methodist-Chiurch cor. Washington ave
and Chestnut st-Rev. L. G. Gunn,
pastor. Preaching at 11 a. Im. anud7:30
p. w. every alternate Sunday.
Baptist-Church, cor. Wyoming ave.-
and,-Cincinati st. Services by ,astor on
Wednesday evening before 2d S.minday,
ad Saturday t 7 p. .n., before, and 4ttn
Sunday, II a.m. and 1 p.m. Player
meeting Wed..esdav night ofter 1st and
3d Sunday otch nonth. Sunday school
every Sunday, 10 a.m. Rev. S.L. Rev. S. L. Loud-
ermilk, pastor
Preshyterian-Church corner Loraine
avenue and Drake street; Rev. R. J.
McIlwain pastor; preening on second
Sunday of each month at 11 o'clock a. m.
And at 7 p. m. Sunday ScLool at 9:30
a. m. every Sunday, John Sturtock, Supt.
3atholic-Church corner WyomiBig ave-
atte and Foster street
The northern mail, via Anderson, Gay,
Bayhead and Chipley departs every day
except Suntday at 3:00 o'clock; a. m.;
arrives every day except Sunaay at
7:40 p. m.
Kast Bay mail for Harrison, Cronmanton,
Parker, Farmndale and Wetappo, leaves
St. Andrews going east every morning
at 6 o'clock and leaving Wetappo at
I o'clock, arrives, coming west every
evening at 7 o'clock.
SCHEDULE OF RATES:-For each five
minutes, or fraction thereof, use of
Between St.Andrews Bay &Gay.... 15 c
is Bayhead 20c
4 . Chipley.35c
Chipley & Baybead........-25c
** Gay............30
Bayhead &Gay........... 10c
For transmission by telegraph 10c.
extra, not including telegraphic service.
W. A. EMMONS. Gen'l Mgr.

Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and No-
tary Ptblic for the State at Large; has
jurisdiction, to administer oaths, take
S affidavis, legalize acknowledgments,
etc., anywhere in Florida. Special at-
tention given to land conveyances and
to marriage services, and license issued
to lawfully qualified parties. Office at
the BUOY Office, St. Andrews Bay.
Homeopathic Physician %nd Ac-
coacher. Office Pioneer Drug Store,
corner of Shell avenue and Michi-
gan street,
St. Andrewv s Florida

I'bhsician and Druggist, Commerce st.,
e t of Bayview,Offers his professional
ervites to the citizens of St. An-
drews and vicinity. Residence on Buena
Notary Public.
Willattend nrotmptly to all businessde.
mandinghis attention. Office on Ray-
.view street, one block northeast of T.
C Danford's store
Attorney at Law,

_JWLand Titles and Collections I
make a Specialty.

One uoUar a Year in Adi

Editor fnd Propri
Display dd rales. 50c per inch
Position alld extraordinary
rates subiecl to sDecial agree
"Local Drill;" 5c per line, firs
2,Sc ench subseqtuent. Diss
double alihoe rates.

When a Fell'r is 0loii'
The skies may be blue, b
An' dark, with the sunnies
When you're sa (gtod-ye,

When a feller is going' awa3
There's never no stars in t
There's never no sun in the
When you're saying good-bye
With a tear an' the sigh-
When a feller is going' away

Fer you dunno what's there
If skies'll be blue or be gra
An' that's why be sighs,
With the tears in his eyes-
The feller that's going' away
-Atlanta Cons

A Cradle Song.
Now snug down close, my pre
And nestle your curly head
While I sing a lullaby soft an
Ere you go to your truudle-
Now just for fun, my pretty o
Let's play my arms are a b6
And out on the water's sp
The craft shall be set afloat
Ever so softly we'll ply the oa
They'll leave scarce a ripp
And on we'll float in the tiny
Till Slumber Town we find.
Past the fillies with hearts of
Now close to the mossy sedj
And the big brown cat-tails, s
That grow by the water's ed
Ah! there on a log sits MaryN
Her lover is late tonight;
But the Katydid band is righ
They're tuning with all the
How the fireflies dance about!
Now what are they going to
Why little Bo-peep has lost h
And they're hunting the
Placid and smooth the harbor
We'll cast the anchor down!
The old "sand-man" has sprin
Yes, surely 'tis Slumber Toi
It is rock-a-bye, baby, on the
Then tucked in your trundle
The little dream children will
soft lips
And hover above your head.

Never Was a Boy
Of all the men the world has s
Since Time his rounds began
There's one I pity every day-
Earth's first and foremost mi
Just think of all the fun he mi
By failing t3 enjoy
The dear delights of youthtim
For-he never was a boy.
He never stubbed his naked to
Against a rootor stone,
He never with a pin-hook fish
For minnows all alone.
He never sought the bumbleb
Among the daisies coy,
No, felt his business end,
Because-he never was a bo
He neyer hookey played, nor
A bright and shining pail
Down in the alley all alone,
To a trusting poodle's tail.
Aid when be home from s
His please to destroy,
No slipper interfered
Because-he never was a be
He might remember splendid
In Eden's bowers-yet
He never acted Romeo
To a six year Juliet.
He never sent a valentine
Intended to annoy
His good, but maiden aunt,
Because-he never was a be
He never cut a kite string, no

Nor hid an Easter egg *
He never spoiled his pantaloo
A playing' membley-peg.
He never from the attic stole
A 'coon hunt to enjoy,
Nor found the "old man" wait
For-he never was a boy.
I pity him. Why should I not
I even drop a tear;
He never knew;how much he
He never will, I fear.
And always when those dearf
My memories employ,
I pity him, Earth's only man,
Who-never was a boy.
--Pittsvu rgh D

Size doesn't indicate quality
of counterfeits and worthless
ed for DeWAtt's Witch Hazel S
Witt's is the only original. An
care for piles and al skindiseas
Brackia & Son,

URSDAY- 1estrl Ie.P wall. While i was reading It he i'unned
$3 000 ASH PRIZE CONTEls, ,ee. the elevator up. You know the sign. Clssy.
raoCe. $ 00 CA' R IZECH'. THEFFECT. It's the one tlhaint says, 'No book agents, "Is MI ss thel there?" Inquired
OWhai:tt etffht thr.-e naiters will have peddlers or dogs allowed In this build- Geo'rge. "Yes. I wish to speakto teer."
IONS, on the peace ol the luand it is hat!. to lug.' I read it and walked up." "George," cried Cissy, "don't yod
lator he Atlanta Constitution's Great Offer of 1900-The itton Re"* co ture 1 "But I don't see"- began the puzzled forget that the girl at the exchange is
r.ceits at New Orleans from SeOtember to Aril lv t illig young man. listening to every word you sa ."
per moceipts at New Orleans from September to April- I Stati- hd all been out one si.le-Pucrto Ri- "Ueorge Henderson." cried the girl, "Is that you, Ethelrf luqulredGeorgd
condition tics Given for Your Guidance-An Unparalelled 0'r for Our cans lhad killed 'oldlers-Puerto Ri. "don't you look at me as if you at the phone. "Wes, it's tieorge. t
thought I took myself for a dog! I'm a wanted to tell youi that Clssy is herd
met. Readers. cans were sa'lisfiedl. But ,now the book gent." with ieii. Yes, she's all right, and I
t insertion "t tables have been turned and tlley are "A book agent. Cisrsy Jayrie?" hope you didn't worry much. Yes.' Shd
play local The Atlanta Constitution offer- a i.00b Impnrtinnt cnngressf th a ever as- nut content; nor are the soldiers, fo)r "Yes. a book agent. Geurgle Hender- came on business. She had a little con-
cash prlse contest for January. February semb'ed. the beginning* e Ie ssues of on. Is there auythiug the matter fesslon to make."
and March. 1900, as follows: the presidential camp this ear heard several say that they wished with eorge Hede
Away To the person sending a yearly sub- and rhe ,^ate Vuring Ita a dozen natives hal been killed in- "Certainly not." laughed the young "I will explain it all to you when t
u Away. scription to The Weekly Constitution. to- errr eu verni a ot twvem- Who dbi the lh.oting nman. "It's nn aucient and honorable come up. Yes, I'm coming to dinner I
but they're getber with the correct estimate on the hWt t the lead of two. Who file r-homing e even It a rude and unappre- you will let me. ,l
)l c a 'cottonec a e O a dr'- -- d profession, even If a rudre and unappre- you will let me. Clssy is going with
cothe frt seven months ofethe present durn vrfl e and i- this instance is not known, ami clidve Janitor does d(as lfy it with me to a natinee hnd then we'll come o
t ray, cotton year tSeptember 1. 1&49. to April "'th .i one of the killed was a boy of 14, and peddlers and dogs. But o'r did you up together. What's that? Cissy Isn't
1500)- b o'" happen to adopt it?" dressed to go anywhere? Why, I fancy
., =Alf e._ a-cye.' The girl seowh'd at him. she's got on her best clothes."
51.000 It estimate is received during .I..om t --,GU.L* .* $" '-. .--. l "e' -'re, Ueor' rge," she anap- "Much you know about it," anorted
hFebruary. ,Iren-veri fl|na ro'. Pq In concluding, it i.s a atnr.e to P9 t't .K ind r* -^ ..
the night- W00 It estimate Is received during March. "ment i 1irvr tak. Kiltindcrtariiien words is -ts r, ol "
The above are for the exact estimates; h, p" .-r Ray that the solemn ati appropriate good enough ir me. i'm n book agent "Ring off!" cried Clasy.
day, th are besides thesesix50, prizes, rang- -I" i-r -r,. manner it which these people observe 'cause dad put It ii itti hbenl. .At the "I-1 think that's all utitil we heet-
amounting to $1,500, that will be paid out "-It t t mrn the day of Christ's nativity is an ex- table yesterday lie got mad at me and goodbye And George i'eluctanly rang
sure for the six nearest estimates to ,.i" a-tH" ,to-tr aid I had brass enough for a book Off.
the New Orleans cotton receipts at any tnterts of th mase of our lai ample worthy ef emulation, and igent. Do you think d make a good "If I hadn't been here," said Clssy
time during the three months of the con- rne'e. and proteettng them from th christians throughout our own counn- book agent. dad?' says I. :It's just "you'd have most likely melted that t
test. But you hit it exactly during Jan- n.isTe rr'e- of those who wold wring what you're fitted fo-' he growled wire."
in the fu- nary and secure the full $1,500 prize their enqrnin nr* thIf r lalqs haids try would add much to their credit nd so this noon I picked two books of "All ready" qred bsilin
check. Oro ,l eneworh tte h ptonpreit eAnd so this noon 1 picked two books of "All ready queried ehe smlllnn
The Constitution believes somebody wl!l ^e neworh tr g ripton prie pofit by observing it n lke mine from the big bookcase and start- George as he took up his hat.
hy; hit the figures exactly and expects to n*. ro,,t,*,,tion h-as i or sRta- ans the manner. Very truly yours, ed out." "All ready," said Cissy with great
pay out the full amount of the prizes -f.o"",'n Cf the P4'w t and ha sent Itsa IT.. UGtE, "See here. Cissy Jayne," cried the alacrity. "And my stock-the books.,
offered--3,000 In all. In a Constitution -'-.ft, d-oi into the errors and evils that y. oung man. "you don't mean to say you khow'?"F
contest upon the same subject In 59 *",-qte,- a~d hb-.t the cases. Tts com. that you cae all th e way down town "I'll take care of them," d Georg
'! Mr. R. T. Poole. of Capels Mills, N. c., "1" -er", O of tho method of Nell. of Jist Sitee. that you cane ow e all the way down towt11 take care of them" said George
titution. hit the exact figures and received a '"," wrlean aflnd the, shattertbe of the 'Fait i sd alone ow did you do It?" "Two more excuse or coming up
check for $1,000 as his prize. Mr. Poole !ninenre of this prophet of 1Hi cotton a" id, and may lIask, "With a niehel and a transfer," gig- giggled Cissy.
did not try to swell himself up at once, "" "". 'n"ot,' "f ,,inously Ilw prices. The summers you have seen?" gled the eli.id. "Come along." cried GeoCi;e.-Cieve
but very generously paid off a mort- hitr r'- ret f rnbbrv, who has cost And bluiihing red, she glanced at me, "And your father. and-and Miss land Plain Dealer.
o, gthe balance he very wisely educated him- h "l"-. o- to win for The Constt.- And faltered, "Just sixteen." Ethel do n't know where you are?"
self at Trinity college. Durham. N. C. He ",'",n t. -r "v e'rn tido of the whole "N'.i f' V icdon't." A PFreak of Nature;.
d low, is now doing well in business in North "",th. Tbhe ndvi'e to farmers to organ- Ah,. bashful little coanltry lass, ''l tehlp)hotie to them at once." said tn the Yellowstone National park id
-bed. Carolina and lives still near his old hnom. .^ "' 0 f s "t that woul increase No beaux you have. I ween, the young man, as he turned toward a curious freak of nature not, mention.
It Is needless to say he Is a warm frien,- o'eaux- ny ouave'Ied terttlr ma-
>ne, of The Constitutioni a wr fr inr t h hom enompost heap, and And coyly then she looked at me, the phone. ed in the guidebook. Along a little fre;
at, As a gude n makg est tn up the cudgel in behalf of the "O, yes, sr, ust sixteen." "Don't (16 t." cried the child. "Papa quented trail leading to the fgili fo
oat, As a guide In making estimates d ton a-rm rmt t the combine nation that Jayne is down town at his office and est there stands a great glacial bowts
arkle and the New Orleans -ort receipts. The ('on- wo,', put a rresh h~urden upon them. io
stitution gives the following figures, corn- ,- cr, ". ,,- a and oneht toI e heeded. "Sweet one, I said. "I fain would press of course hasn't missed me, and Sister der, twiceas large as an ordinary street
niled from statistics of the past four Thle h,,wrl, of the people's rghtq and A kiss thy lips between' Ethel is out to luncheon with Maine car, which has been split apart frozd
t. years: N.o.reets. X.o. rs. -, Tohe ho-bst rmr'bhoi of defen will often be Pray tell, Imay have one or two?" Oliver and she won't miss me until she top to bottom by a pine tree. The tree
SEASON. Nen. l- wholevrr. p for found in a erp.t paner. ably an& fearless- comeback. And noW let me askryour Is now 30 or 40 years old, and it gro.wM
ars- Mch.l. Sep.l-An.31. 3. n. 'y edited. unn ,leh the ople may rely. She giggled, "Justxteen." 'tention to these ice books. t hey are entirely through this block of grai
le behind; i ..... 87 21.470 .757 t of vernment arwmy and political mmunicated. very choice. One is 'Little Women,' by spreading the pieces wide apart on ew
boat 1897-98........2,432,315 2,57.1S7 11.1919 994 but also fo- an alert ff.resikht of the trend the author of 'Little Men,' and the other side, while on the other the c*vi" e re'
1898-99.. .... ..1,854,153 2,130.296 11.274,8 of future events that may operate to oue Three Essentials to Plant is 'Little Men,' by the same author. mains comparatively small I. erythta
gold, The Constitution's market rave winl 'stII dam-.. The downfall of Neill: Growth. They are,nice, morul books. There are goes to show that the tree has spiltthe
ge, giveeach week the port recepts orte he rnhat ow"n of all southern interests: he presence of nitrogen, potash pitchoors in them. Lemme put down roik by tits own force, perhaps luassted
cotton season from which you can alw ihefallsouthernenterestWt r
lately and see the New Orleans port receals from and the enlightenment of eer village. and phosphoric acid is what gies yourname for botll each winter by the ice. It seem (d
member 1 1899 up through the Frida farm and m.unfn hoe are. alnonThe "Good," cried George Henderson; have thrived on the task. Though it
immediately preceding the publication (iont"ion"- many hh a maf 'ad great commercial value to fertilizer or ma- 'rygood. Your father'was quite right has moved apart these massive frag.
dge. This w keep you osted timeyou endein all be well served, and With the same un- lture. The only manurial materials You ha i found your profession and ments, each weighing hundreds of
or three W og- your estim ate. .o 7stii' has alw Ays show n. s th at ae f m c an b uy at y ve I a c m u e g s
ts beeved that some of tTIho n ofThe Centt uton prices demanded for fertilizers aro stories?" it$ughd tht5 thtld. Then she
on hand, crop, that as a rule Is sent In bulk to The management ofThe et tutlon -
tonan, ew Orleans. will be diverted th ve wh Mr. Clark Howell as editor-in-chief, these three mist necessary, most pre- quickly added, "Do you take the A rious U ...
ir might. to other points because f the maran- and hs well disciplined C p of staff s and most easily exhausted books?" The catfish ses hlungsasanoi
tine regulations ngain.St New Ori-an writers, bril:!a:.t contribpfor _ndspecial "I have so many books now ?" olaugh- earing. The needless lung becomes
SThe effort of Lotsana to hav nnrn- crrepondn'. ll faithful ents of plant growth-the tripod of ed the youngof hearing. mThean needless n.ng become
do? tine raised by injunction from Trnted leadership ii-i emp- ed the young man. a closed sac fied with air and con*
er sheep. States courts will not have very sonth'-n hil as bhisines mangj.r remain the agriculture as Doctor Kedzie of the "You'd better take th~ni,-" fital ti" mocly known as the swim bladder. co
meadowvs effect upon the direction of cotton shitl- same for the new yeir Constitu- child. "I've got something to say to mealy known as the swim bladder. I
memeado ts to New Oreans. Th~ ""c on's ..d ,es os. Michigan Agricultural College says. scd.t iagot soe Ething to say to the catfish, as in the suckers, chubs
simply as a pointer in malrrr un eti- n--ping faith lth the e n all Its l the absence of any of these three The young man started the air bladde
mates; how mueb to allow. If anything conltrIers. co;e.,, and n -einents. as Yis large and is connected by a slendd&
r lies- for this cause must be left to each man s well as in its consistehnt n conspicuous materials no plant can grow to per- "I'll tell you what I'll do, Clssy,' he tuibe, the remains of the trachea, to th6
Judgment. edizurial fairness. places it mung those and if the of them said. "I'll take them on apprtrdvt" oe';phagus. At its front it fits closely
SThe $3,000 contest n xr ntrnt reliable instiutons of country on fection, and if the supply of them is oesophaguss AtIts front It 6 closely
;kled your to which The Consiltution wi1 stand in hch the people may below the needs of any give plant, that t vtebrao cotumnl. The anterior-
every particular. Yet t is in its nature With such a great gener newspaper. low the needs any give plant, "It mans that I'll tae them a vertebrae are much e rged, twisted
simply an advertisement by which The covering the vurld news world and that deficiency limits the crop pro- look them over," replied the young together, and through them passes at
wn. Constitution. combined with this paper national questions. y,,a oA course., man "and if I like them I'll keep them chain of bones, which connects with the
tree-top; may be made better known in thi' con,- need the beit and livest to paper, giw- portionately. However abundant all and pay you for them. If I don't lik hidden cavity of the tf., 'lhe bladder
ntbed! ut send s the b crIt to Th ing eurret local topics I latest other elements of plant life, nothing them, I'll return them to you." therefore assists the ear of the catfish
kiss your vertised price of the two and with it upon events of local inter We trust will makA up for the lack af any one s that straight, George as the tympanum and Its bones assist
your estimate on the New Orleans port this combination secured th The Con- th c Certain'. Besides, Cssy, you know the ear of cthe higher animals. An eaf
receipts, and we will forward all tngethe- stitution will be found be suited to all of these three substance. the elevator boy can't keep you out It of this sort can carry little range of
for you. On April 1st we trust a $.590 'jur readers. The price is rely nominal y the elt'vator eboykcan'tkeyou.out aitotIs sor ncayItlerangef
neline, check will reach some of urubcrh when he service s even h considered. "I am indebted to One Minute Cough you'haveh't the books with you." variety in sound. It probably give
to help make times even more easy including your estimate inhe Contitu-r '"All right, George. I'll trust you." only the Impression of jars 6r distrr'
round about ion's 3,000 cash contest get the full re my health and life. It cured m "Aud now. Cissy, what have you to ances in the water.-Popular Science
The Weekly Constitution for 1900 will! enelit of the high prike end In your of lung t-ouble following grippe," Thous- say to me about Ethel?" Monthly.
een be better than ever before. Its special subscription now so The C titution may ands owe their lives to the prompt action But the child had perched herself on
n ews features .arneP passed. The P eceive it during Januy d record of this never failing remedy. It cures the broad window sill, looking down on
nBritish war, ti'e Philipne act. Cuban to your credit. Make o figvrea very
generations thp v-- z--1. .n c, the ., ;'u :ii. r. nilqtakably pl coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, pneumo- the Public square, and was softly hum-
ian; nia, grippe and throat and lung troubles. ming. "Hello, My Baby." She paid no
missed PUERTO RICAT N LETTER ed the prt at :30 a Its early use prevents consumption. It attention to George's inquiry. George
PUERTOi RICOAN LE iTTER, tr t td331 o afternoon is the only harmtess remedy that gives looked at her curiously.
atd they wasted the al amount of immediate relief, R. F. Brackin & Son. "Cissy." he said, "how would you
>e, 1. J. Hughes Was Happily Dis- of powder by way of station like a heaplug plate of lece creamY'
appointed. y taion. ** ********* 0$* The child nodded, but did not cease
e SA^JUAN, PUERTO Rico, Dec. 27.'99. BAD BLO D. TH her tune. George smiled and glanced
,PUERTOIO De 7 Three months ag more or less,* THE BUSINESS at his watch.
PXEPARATION FOR STORM. overnmn V NT P E P "Cissy," he said, "what do you say
ed I remarked in y last letter that stersAme- TU B to getting the heaping plate of Ice
hristmas was at hand atd 1 x-can-had a long and desperate fight CISSY JAYNE. cream and then going over to the
Christmasee, an a ex- on Colon (Columbu lazathere -- matinee of 'Jack and the Beanstalk?"
pected to be annoyed with a great plaza, thee BY W. R. ROSE. Cissy looked around quickly. J ___
deal of racket. For, taking their being oplw icematn at hand, aoc d or ,- "onest" she cried. George nodded.

y. mner pro'eediug' on t.J two-Putert Rican'e-t.ei or p Be w rae Apttde. o "You're a darling," she murmured, D you take cold with
tied day, St. James' day etc. as a stand- appearance, raised a ad kilr o : Trade. ************ and snatched up her hat. every 1ag.e in the
aad, had a right to expect them to ro a led "Plenty of time," said George. "You weather? Doe| ~6 throat
almost 1gt blow up the town, and acu- of the tea mk The tall young man at the desk by were going to tell me something, you feel raw? And do sharp
almost blow ip then ed niaiaci lvdtu al in i the big window looked up with a start. know." palns dart through oer"
ally prepared balls oe cotton to stuffl and a.' There was something strangely faml- "Yes," assented Cissy, "I know. It he's
swimming in my ears, to keep out the coarsest court -Il lar about the little figure in the door- "It's about Ethel" softly repeated Don't you know these are
of the noise when it came. wa. Ite rose hurriedly from his Oeorge. t danger signals which point
THE EXPECTATION. "'=--- ', .."'; "Well," said Cissy. "she ain't been to pneumonia, .t-tL.=.".,-
SBeing thusly prepared I patient ITS CCL -Why, it's Cissy!" he cried and step- happy a minute since you quarreled consumption Itself?
n thusly p I patient -Consequently, on I' '', ped forward. The child's figure away- with her." If you are ailing and have
times awaited the onslaght.t g l fews America, -,, ed toward him, and he caught It in his "I didn't quarrel with her," protest- lost flesh latc.y, they are
kept open till 12 In., according to .. se p" arms. ed George. certainly danger signata. The
their general habit on Sundays. laviog lea'ant fig l ofi ..,,o t "George Henderson," a tired little "Well. I heard some of it," said Cl. ution fOry todecide
TheIr geea hab i rtu s at t he head of San i 'Stereet, which voice panted, "why don't you live tip to sy, "and even if Ethel Is my sister I qstilolforyou todeckleh s,
There was no exra display of flags 'eriateet whc heaven and be done with it don't think you ought to put all the ,ave I the vitality to throw
or banting, so the day quietly drew eflgase vry qui'e ', and just as "What is it, Cissy?" cried the young blame on lhe. She felt ayful bad off tesediseases?"
to a close. Now, said I they are At as all over and 1 ace restored a man as he placed the child in the great about it I slept with her that night, Don't wait to try SCOTT'S
wt acl,". Now, stdr, ib ty 8, Puerto Rican policetSn i,,shed onto padded chair in the corner and unfaa- 'cause Aunt Laura came to see us, and EIMULSION "as a last re-
y. waitg for it to get dark, but or 8, the cn rw "l o tened her big hat and anxiously looked I heard her crying. And yesterdaiy- .ort." There is no remedy
and 9 o'clock came and all was still e scene drew his 'lver, for ev- her over. well, you know there's a basket of equal to It for fortifyIng the

e y little i'policeunan, e ies a levolve. "It's these eight flights of stairs, photographs on the pitafi, and ma ex- yste Prento sy
.iet then rtid to gt and a club, ai ronL nonsl point- George," the faint voice panted. "But pects me to keep the piano dusted, and
ns oemore midnight, fr 1 et surt all right. Just gimme time to get sometimes I forget It, and I sneaked SC ott'#f
latter part night would be render- ed it at everyone he shoved it my breath." In the parlor, aid there W* titbhel look-
ater pideouis b heavt biss msiene into the face of aser eat who was "Gracious, Cissy, did you walk upr' Ing at your photograph, and when she -
Sh b h i, pThe tired head weakly nodded. saw me she shoved it in the pile aiid
ain lpassing' by.`The ser- walked away, and I looked on th) top
g cannon fire crackers and other hub- aac int y pas i 'Rby. The er She was a slender girl of perhaps a walked away, and I looked on th@ top UI S
int, hub. geant grasped him is t a manner dozen years. Her feature Were prom- of the piano and there was four big prv ts conmpion and
HAPPILY DISAPPOINTED. that lie pinioned his inms. and order- tnent, her eyes keen, her-chin aggres- teardrops In the dust. Say, what was "iltsa oterdisampseswhich
hadsy balls of c n ed te s s to ive. Her light hair was brushed tight- it you quarreled about-Annie Pleas- atta the weak ad thsei
t? I ad my bills of cotton red for ed the soldiers to him, which y back from her face, and this em- anton?"ttck wek a th
instantaneous use, to stop up my they did. Then a eral melee en. phasised the sharpness of her features "I believe her same was niAtlSotred," with poor blood.
missed, eats. I awoke about 3. a. m., and sued, for the disa ted policeman and her look. She was very neatly said George. sCOT FTr EMULSION f
Silldressed and, under one arm, carried "Somebody told Ettfel that they saw the one standard temedy for
ays all was as till as death, for from struck the sergeant tih his fist and two handsomely bound books, you and Annie riding together In the Infla WR throats and htigs,
midnight until 4 a. m, it is usually wa badly beaten by e sergeant. A "Why in the world didn't you take park, didn't they?" for cods brodnhitis and on'a
very still in San Juan. And don't ro* followed this. i vlhiclh shooting the elevator, Cissy?" "I believe so,' admitted George. forsspton. Rbt a food oilt
Her breath was coming back nfow, "Yes,'" bBd C"s"y enalmy. "That wu i I nhi*c n fl i i Ar
you know I was happily disapoint- was rapid, resulting i the killing of breath was coming c man me." Said calmly. hatwase ikafo
youandtshesilme and sh smiled tig at the' y~ung man me."
patch. ed--was even more so when the sun two natives and the landing of on e and lifted one eytbroWt in a whimsical You told ier thaft?" cried (ifterge. fodbo slt tou4lslS
SBeware arose bright and clear on the 25th soldier. In the nlue time a cotet tefway. w e"Yes," said Cissy sweetly, q told body'; au rra mdicisnas b
alve offer- and I had not heard fire- had bn'lte you errge,; she' asd her. S wouldn't let me wear her cause it corrt
salve offer- a Ihad not heard a sngl fre- had ben dispatched the infantry "I went Into the Ve-tybool, way down second best hat." conditionsl
Salve, De- cracker or other unusual noise rn the barracks. anld just sP this time the by the sidewalk, you know, and I was George looked black for at moment, 5Wc.andi.co.allduggsts.
infallible preceding twnty-for hors, pt cer of the day and lie guad just going to step into the elevator then his face cleared. He turned SCOTT&BOWNE,Chms, w Yor
es.--.F ecedng t wegnty-om hours, enept officer of the day and .e guard, with when the fresh kid In brass buttons abruptly and stepped to the phone. I,
tha a Nowegia man-of-war enter fxed bayonets made thi appearancethat runs it pointed to a sign on the "E. 7,301 L," he calle d.I '- *
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NOTR.-It must be remembered that the
wind is nota wi0olly reliable motive pow-
erAn-d if the sailorssonmietimes find it im-
possible to make schedule tinmeit mnst lie
chargedftothe elUemeits: theY du lle h1V t
tey ean.

The bteanier Alpia altived last
'Thursday evening with six or seven
passengers, mostly Peorians, attract-
ed to St. Andrews Bay to enjoy itA,
balmy air while escaping the bliz.
Kards of the north. Cal.t. Clark in-
lurmed the BnDy that he expects to
visit bt. An.ie wev again on- li,, 27th.
The scdionnr Nuttic arlive.d FIuin
.Lensicula Suniil-y nigihti *.~it eight
or ten passengel.-, ini! a heavy leiuinhi

t I'ACKE'l SCH n l ;1 .E- '
Leaves St. Auidrt. ta. every l'lne6.1v.
feavea Pet nrvl.i 6 rry Fi iJ:a ,
(weather permnitin,,; Special atfen-
tion %%ill le gi en ru i.eeiving and
forwarding freight for parties living on
: East and North li.y, passengers for
pointS ofreitliet arnm of the Bay can
depend upon securing prompt trans-
S portation at rIoasonable rates. For
Further iln-orniation apply to
L. M. WAE &Co,, Agrs

"APT. D. M. WrrHERILt,.
'Carries the East Bay Mail between St.
Andrewp Bay, Wetappo and intermedi-
ate points.. Leaves St. Andrews daily
except Sunday) at 6:00 a, mIn.; arrive at
Wetappo at 12:30 p. m.; leave Wetappo
at 1:00 p. m.; arrives at St, Andrews at
7:30'p. m. Makes landings regularly at
H'arrisoi, Cromanton, Parker, Pitts-
*, burg, and Farmdale. Freight lauded at
any postoffiBce wharf. For passenger and
freight rates, see rate card in the sev-
eral postoffices.
'fo ti"er Deat.---A rich lady, cured
of her Deafness and Nivesg- ian the Head
Sby Dr. Nieholson's Artifiial' ar Drums,
gave $10,OOO000 to his Institute, so that
Sdeaf people; unable to procure the Ear
Drums maq have then free. Address No.
*2.1 The Iasi tute, 7t?0 Eighlrb aveuLI ,
N ew Y.jik.
A Week' W eatlier.
The following table gives the maxi-
Iaum, minimum and mean tempera-
tures, the rainfall and direction of the
winDd, for the twenty-four hours ending,
at 7 o'clock p. mn.. a.s Indicated by U. S.
government self-reristering thermom-
eters. MAlax:Min. Meafn.mR'n W'd
SJaM. 17 -70 -50 60 .00 se
S18 65 57 61 .00 e
:" 1 60 54 57 .56 w
20 56 46 51 .00 w
S 48 .00 w
22 63 4, 53 .00 w
S23 '63 37 50 .00 w
SForweeuk.,.-63 I 46 I 54 .56 1

Parker Lod e No. 142

ItRegular Comminti-
cations on thea first
rand third Saturday
in each mouth.
S Visiting Brothliers
W: A. EMMoNs. Seeoetary

S- HINK about your health. Do not
: allow scrofula taints to develop in
y our bloo(L Take Hood's Sarsapa-
ullla now and keep yourself WELL.

r ^, lfjrto Date Bobhy. ,;
Robert ha* posltlvely" declined to
lmiarn- to spell Womanly intuition ad-
SMonlisbes Robert's manmma that Robert
Swill doubtless say something very
.3 bright If pressed, and she accordingly
argues with the boy. -
S '"All grfat uimgleaeued to sprll when
they were little boys," she says.
.* ."Ve.ll. that was 1.fore you could hire
o a sten.'graphcr- for $3 a veek." replies
Roltert. ;,
Of court' i' lq,1'I r l'njl;':l3 lo .:s n.f,
r"ille -in tIf ^el I,-U .,_'.: for rtie h,_+wrspl:!p-.s-
R lirli'f outlihi.' of- h. i .t b"': ha ppenaed
nnd hblitl, thi a.ndil their l st re-
porters right" up.-Ut-Truil .lournal. *

cl Dvspeps ia Cnre did me m,,re ,oid
than a.ything I ever took." It dieli
what you eat and cainiinot help lut sur,.
dyBppsia and stomach t.oubles. R. F.
.Braekln & Son.

u r-i . *
*:e o.r'J;i "w r I i ,e ,,- 1: .i '1 Ifl.r- ,you
hno e:i ",,- na ;,'"'i.y -fr pecc e in this

fJitizen--A'I Udda Ibti as you'd. find in

Sa y*,efs travek They are a que-r set,
the whole of, 'n outsidek my family.
' .And' iy. wife is almost as bail as the;
S' others. utC tlieu, you knbw. she wasn't
originally of my ta'ily.-Bjston. Tran-

A peculiar cllck of the' time of
Sbarle" I was the lantern, or birdbage
tyle," which hung from the walls high
up, with Its works exposed.

SSBamaxit-nevoleanoes: are constantly
being discovered, and are at times,
9" pl g to their suddert appearance, a
Seat danger to navigation.
Millions Given Away.
rt is certainly gratifying to th&pub-
lic to know of whe.are'aot afraid to be generous to
t e.needv and suffering. The proprie-
Storsof Dr. King's Now Discovery for
consumprion, coughs and colds, have
v* gieu away over ten million trial bot.-
l fs-of this ,r'cat. modoicke, and haye
the satisfaction of knowing it haa abho-
lutely cured thousand- h Ilple.-
cases. Asthma, bronehitiQ. hoair.'ens,
.and all diseaaes of the., throat. clie,,t
.. -, .o.id nga.are uriel' cuI;:d Iby it. ('all
an any drugfist and g.t a Irial hittlI-
Jree, regular aze 50) *, anil .f. E-.ci1
bottle guaranteed. or price refunded.


-Last Satirday night, there was a
reception and donation given to Rev.
Dr. Tasker, pastor of the' M. E church.
It was a very pleasant affair, a goodly
number being present-among them
many northern tourists. The music
and songs rendered by the musicians of
St. Andrews were fine and appropriate
and they deserve the thanks of all good
citizens for their kindness and gener-
osity in serving at all entertainments
of like nature, without money and with-
out price. The pastor played andsang
a song called, "The Trundlebed,"
which was appreciated, especially by
the little tolks. There were several
recitations well .rende ed, the little
tots taking an active part. Master
Earl Thompson did himself proud by
playing "Yankee Doodle" upon the-
mouth harp. Those who came were
laden with bundles and packages of va-
rious dimensions,, which were deposit-
ed upon a table. There was a, little-
fellow present who had been taught to
be seen and not heard, and he kept per-
fectly still during the exercises. His
name was "Chanticleer,'r a thorough-
bred with a double rose comb. He was
much admired as he was carried around
in his dress suit, with a double ruffle of
crimped paper about his neck, and his
feathi-.rs drooping over it, like a lady's
feather boa. His dress suit was rather
too warm for him and he was panting.
May he lind a good home with the par
son, and long and loud may his clarion
notesbe heard. MRS. L. HARRISON.


-Look ,t. Mauger's Advertisement.
-For Furniture, Spriiigs, Mattress-
es, etc., go to T. C. Daniford's.
-The L. B. Q will care a cold in one
day. For sale at the Pioneer Drug
-The women of St. Andaews Bay are
talking about a supper on St. Valen-
tine's-day. Place and program vill be
announced later.
-A good big Tablet for 8 ets and a
good thick school tablet with 175 leaves
for lOcts; all with handsome covers and
good, ruled paper, at the BUOY office.
-The two new band instruments ar
rived on the Nettle aod are said to b(
i )eautlei, and first class in every re
spect. We may expect to hear thb
band practicing now, almost any even
-The Kalamazoo Celery Ierve an(
Blood Tonic is thebest. A guarantee
certificate goes with every bottle. Foi
sale at the Pioneer Drug Store, St. An
drews Bay.
--Our corr, e.-oriondetntle will please teal
ini ind that tlh:ir favors nmus-t i. mailed
early enough to reach us not later thai
Monday evening; otherwii-e they cannot
api a.ir in thl Lt]irr-r'it, t i LI .-
--Bri,. your otri-nary' '.hol ink Ibot
tie to the Buoy office and for 5c get i
filled with Arnold's celebrated Chem
ical Writing Fluid-the very best inl
made, Must have your own cork.
-Just received the finest stock o
perfumes, candies. genuine maple su
gar, figs, dates, prunes, English car
rants, apple butter, qnince butter mince
meat in bulk at the Pioneer Drug Store
-Te Buoy expects to publish nex
week the state comptroller's excuse f):
his semi-confiiscation proceedings ii
ordering the assessor to assess nothinI
less than forty acres in townships thre4
and four south, range fourteen west.
-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 o
money and want to buy on long time fo:
actual settlement you can be accommo
-A large party of young people, sup
plementedby a sprinkling of more el
derly ones, who see no sin in the fa
cinating pastime of dancing. assembled
in Ware's Hall last Monday night, anc
to the strains of sweet music banished
dull care from their minds for a few
happy hours in the intoxicating whir"
of the waltz.
-L. T. Travis, agent Southern R. R,
Selina, Ga., writes, "I cannot say too(
much in praise of One Minute Cough
Cure. In my case it worked like E
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 ol
California sorghum, or suear 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 riclh
in saccharine matter. If ordered by
mail, add Ic per ounce for postage
Also a few Nonesuch strawberry plants
for sale 'at 50c. per hundred.
-Taxes for 1S99 be came due Nov. 1
and all those who are depending upon
the Buoy to attend to the payment ol
theirs will, of course, remember that ii
they have a sufficient tax account cred-
it to cover the amount, the payment
will certainly be attended to; but il
they have not such credit and satisfac-
tory arrangement to that end have not
been made, they just as surely will not
be paid by the Buoy.
-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
chlidi en a number of times." This rem-
edy is for sale by L. *M. Ware, St.
Andrews and Bayhead and all medi-
cine dealers.

WorkIng Night and Day.
: Th-e hii ..--t and mi; l ,'-t.
that ever was made i? NDi,:
Life Pills. Every pil is a .uat-cat. I
globule of health, that changes weak-
ness into strength. li-t.l_-'sne into .'n-i
ergy. brain-fag into mental power.
They're wonderfd.l in building up the
health. Only 25 cts per box. Sold by
all druggists.
Snake E-r! 'innie.
A sight .. wi' :-. -Il unte day ,il
the Zoo that has be,.ti th talk of the
people marnaginig TIh :,' Iinftls of tih.I
garden ever since. i',r[-_'r Myers. v ho
has. charge of. the .snake cages, was
about to feed the reptiles, when, to his
horror, he saw one blac-ksnake mea.s-
aring six feet devouring its mate.,
which was about the same length au.-I
size of itself. The reptile had swal.
lowed its fellow head first, and only aI
foot and a l'alf still remained outside
its mouth. It was lying quietly, and
about once every 30 seconds a swal-
lowing motion would seize it, when as
Much as two inches*of its meal would
disappear. Myers opened the cage
and, grabbing the powerless snake .by
the tall, began tugging away to release
it. This proved to be no easy task, as
the canuibalistlcally inclined monster
had a. firth hold on its breakfast. Aft-
er several minutes of pulling that
brought the..perspiration out on the.
keeper the snake was set at liberty.
For a time it seemed paralyzed, but
gradually regained its strength.-Cin-
cinnati Enquirer.
To Cure a Cold in One lDaiy
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tahlil,.
All druggsits refund the m ,nuy if itI
i fails to cure, E. W. CROVE'S s.-'na-
ture on every box. 25c..

--H nmd,'inn, l1t.-:r heads with St.
Andrews Bay dat,-, line and views of
eit lii- St.AIndre Dii tI, orBuena Vta
.-'oint, at . r dozen; also map of the
St Andrevw B:ay c untlry on back of a
UItt : i .h '-,t at 12c. i-j'r dozen, at the
BUOY office
Great Rejoicing!
No More Medicine!
The Dr. King Chill Pad cures Chills. Ift'
it fails we refund your money. .* Il1.i.1iili
to back our guarantee. It is a ',ire pl.ie-
1ventative. If your druggist does not
keep tnem we will mail vou one on re-
Sceipi of rice-$ 1.00, THE DR. KIN7,
I CHILL PAD CO., Memphis, Tenn.
A Mean Interruption.
It happened at about 8 o'clock in the
evening, just under the Betz building.
SIt has often been remarked that a
e crdwd is the best plape in the world in
- which to make love, and the .launterer
had ample opportunity to verify thl(-
remark at the place and tinme men
e .tioned.
S He was a tall, fair young mnin. with
r somewhat scanty hair of n Iiirk nu-
- burn shade, and a jlly, go...dl ihun,-ril
face and wholesome laugh that wv.-ull.
r attract any girl. She was a [i-.-tty lit
d- tie dark thing, with a sort of c,!in;tu t
n manner, i.-uiinntl:y preposs,.-s ;il. Sl:
t was dressed in -some soft stumn if dar.
blue with white dots all ov-'r i ..I
tb ey appeared io be saying *:-
t So completely .bi.eurbe,1 r t
each other that they were entlw'.i
livious to the fact that they \vre c,"
watched. Indeed not one of the ti-
sands of sightseers who pa-.'ed ti.
f failed to turn and smile. They made
striking picture.
He was just on the point, for tle
e twentieth time, of releasing her Aand
when another thought struck li'ii. ail
he raised his hat, exposing i.ii, .
t what thinly covered head, :Ii.,I o1u't -0
r low over the little hand tl,.Ia the k..-
n lookers evidently thought he-was going
g to kiss it. Wheth.-r he \Niadd have or
e whether she woull har hit him will
never be decided. f-Ir a mall boy, who
had been intentL. \wat.iiug the whole
performance, (xelni el amid the
laughter of the crowd:
e "Ah, why don't 30an anrry the girl?"
And the pair n.ointimotlly fled.-
f Philadelphia Inquireir.
Only a Certain Kind.
There is a ,.ryv told among the peas-
Santry of Fl-Iswick. the former Dani.h
province :in-xn-dr] after the war in 1864,
of how Prince Bismarck was confonnd-
ed by the tongue of a shepherd lad
Shortly after the close of the war Prince
I Bismarck went on an inspection tcui
I through the provinces, as he desired to
study the feelings and sentimel'd
I among the people. He talked with tl.d
peasants, getting valuable though not
always agreeable information. For days
he was annoyed by constantly hearing
dogs called "Bismarck." Desiring to
A know what it meant, he called out in a
gruff voice to a shepherd boy who had
uttered the dreaded chancellor's name
Sin connection with his dog:
S "Are all dogs in this country named
Bismarck I"
"Ach nein, mein herr," the turchin
replied as he doffed his cap; "es ist-
f bloss die schweinhunde." (Oh, no, siz:
I it is only the pig dogs.)
G. H. Appleton, justice of the peace' ,
Clarksburg, N. J., says, "DeWitt's Litile
Early Risers are the best pills made tor
I constipation. We use no otheti."
Quickly-cares all liver and bowel troul,-
les. R.F. Brackin & Son.
Not a Close Observer.
"It seems almost incredible," said
the railroad .gian, "but I saw a man
the otby day that couldn't give an in-
f .elligenIt description of his wife. Be
f ame to the office to get transportation
'or her, to which he was entitled, and
t inder tti present rules we must have a
descriptionn of the person that is going
f Lo use the transportation.
S On the margin of the ticket are
t places where the agent can punch out
a very good description of the person
that is entitled to use the ticket in
uis possession.
"I asked the man first how old hls
stife was lie could not tell within five
S "Next I asked him how tall she was.
SFbe best I could ascertain was that she
.vas not very tall, neither was she very
Short I punched out the word 'medium'
-md let it go at that.
"Next I asked the man what the col-
;r of his wife's eyes was. He studied
for a full half minute. and said he be
larmed if he was suro whether they
.vere light blue or gu ay
"When it came to the color of the
woman's hair, he wa.i again in a quan-
dary. He was not da.d tiUe whether it
was dark brown or black
"The only thing this husbai
sure of was that his wife was sliU
Duluth News. i


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pre3'si;on, but
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*for ilerm tn at
imy t~wn. a,]id I
orlalliIaL of hI...vW

(-l uld say you wer

"Yes; but that's hardly strung
"Buried out of sight."
"That's better, but lacks strength."
"IIuN ladNly were you beaten?"
"By over 31i. where I ought to have
bad 450O majority."
"Thlu sh. ild put it that you were
literally swiped off the face of the
"That's good-that's the idea. That's
strong nud eulphni .,it and has rhythm
in it. Ye-: I was rn the.ticket and sure
of el'cti.tk. I lad $S.'00 up that I had
a walk''_ver. I was swiil.l. and there
are not eauol'h ot i ny inj:iiled remains
left to till a thii-dle. T'hanu you, sir-
literally swi_.edl off th,: face of the
earth aud:l l.,e hLai-d to me!"-Wash-
ington Post.

Idiomatcl Engllsh.
Mrs. Fremunt, in a sketch of her fa-
ther. S.-pator Bntjn, tell- the follow-
ing story of the French bishop at St.
Louisat the time of the purchase of
Louisiana.1 She says.:
It was a. point of honor among the
Plder'French nut to, lIearn English, but
the hihbop dceiiAhd that it would be
bertt-" t : acqn1 re it. especially for use
from theI pulpit.
To for'e liiinself into the familiar
practice of the lan-inage, be secluded
liii-,elf for aiwhile with the family of
an Amtricau farmner, where he would
Learned French The e4.:periLm-et proved
i.:t ,. ,- '...-n li- h.id gained a
unt.i'r tIO anLy I.to d,-li- r a sermon in

p r::-nt when it
p -' -ii. *r I h i.:.elings may
Je i ,i 1 the I'. ? 'h: a refined
17i i-(,I .-i . :..:.n. n ui bounced :
". v t .'- I':i it. d wn glad to
F-ee s t'ch 1 6,.:it chii ArL- f folks here
-das V- "
Red Hot From the Gun
Wfas, 0t b.ill that hit G. B Steadman)
of Ne 1rk, Mic-b.. in the et-il war. It
cause o1 .il_ uLi'r-, that no treat-
unent i-:".--L. for 2 .v'-ar-. Then Buck-
len', '.,-., Saliv:. ,.ir'iCd him. Cures
.t, ) isies, .iir i,, s-alds, felons,
i0rt1i I: 1 'rLiliiti-I, B r l: rile cure on
earif '.) .-t'. a 1-.\. ('lre guaranteed
Sold all .lrui~ ists.

,idwiai~y ne s..,sr i.
S.1 'Il D eic s d(h""ie.; l to tell stai
I,, : rsterL. te writeri ali
r.(i.or 'vith wh i he whe s ,much asiisoci
ltte. ',i" I' .rSter li;:d s )o p r in)tory
n-11f0 .4'dt- ve ;a- ii1o ar- thtit it n
). ii! %'. i.'ho can.e in contact with
i -.. iva. ts were i kelpt in per-
-' :1 i-l't!.'-I abject submission to
S .--. ai:i yet he showed many
", I,'-i.. to them. and they were
greatly ritached to him.
The st-*y runs that on one occasion
a cabmat called at the printing office
and was unable to give the name of
the .l-) n who. had ordered hiu to
come at The o 0ce piI..r.--'r asked for a descrip-
til j .;" t'.ire. ;inl r!j cahliiian stated
tl I lit Y-. 1;s "'I -.t 1:i .''il- t i an." To
tl. [ Id 1, irt-r rit.'li ld ilihan there were
.v,.raI] ',it ,.'iitlhu'tJ i iu the office
ad,1 ,:.i, red tilth.r illis onre was tal

"1 don't take
e can't be two
.re arbitrary

n-.;e;i, ), n .' Fi ro s ter
withir.t he ith-1 ant t'u,,`,-n he had
ma. e uo haltake. 1'~n lt'e story
hi-al..l .our, no dy e. I ,!It more
than th ..barbit'ar .tve" himself.
nme Thing.
Chollf Love me, lhve my dog, you
k no ".W
Malelb-l should be Just as likely to
love yor" dog as to love you.-San
Fraun-islo Examiner.

fHavinj a Great Run off Chittm-
Ierfaiin's Cough lkemnedy.
M.mir i M rrltin, of the l'Iel' Ion dlu'j
sto r cih ani- u-' h ll,.tl hl ist.. 'i\ a. a _,z !" ,..al,
run ,n lurmi'ii, ,eil ih''h" C,.ughli R ni-un '.
H -l.. -i \. Il.itll-' of ihat nmediine to
'.ie ol ,-u',' uthr I iJ, :ii d. i t qives ;r.-.t,
[i. ti tl',:ti n. In lthe e dats ol l: p i'tlle
ther- i, n ,tlhing lke C'iharnl, rl.liii'-
(.ioub n1 mdy t i p hl') l ie coii.h, Iial
p[, lh,. r- tl, ,.,at n J l, n -h ."~I~,'l i'.i re-
lf \> 1 1 .. 1 s'' 0 l,,rt l .in, .. T n f.',.
r"n 2 l h '2 r h, l **II" ] 1 h ,**' tl -' [ *1 _-I i ,h .. -
,,d ,tii i,- tioniom pt at'ti,, .-- euth 4.'hi, .i-
D.ii a'.lin l..t. For a.,I, lIy L. M1.
V re. ,\ndin r and li,\hlie.ad andl all
T dia dt W ea ia l

At Bh lU^i.Y FARM -ii'liiing
I'itrliurg.r on Eeast Bay. Au honest,
inInust i,'s iain -with small lamnily
will li- i\on a" '(io',d lay'---8single mai
).ri-loei ,e ('all ,r ,li lres thf Buoy,.
St. A.\unlr ., at otno'.

Assessor's Notice.
Sbe gt the fullu%'img pilacen
I s nmcntliume., fo the ,u1r-
S.e ingl atid _c lle tijig thie.
county taxes, uf Wasling-
e, Jian. 25.
Jan. 29.
iay, JIn. 30.
.-liihington, Jan. 31.
F,.'rrv, Feb. 2.
*:.n'l, "Feb. 3.
ILLIt\MS, Tax Assessot'1
SJONES. Tax Collector.
Wa,hir-Tton County.

E rlieumatisin by taking
Mol's~. arsaparilla,whichbyneu-
Stlie'a'id in tle blood perma-
relieves aches, and PAINS.
tHe Was "Swiped."
u tLh realiung ri,.'rn of a ('hi-
el with n not'eboik anu.l poeni
n-. and after wetting the pen-
tngu'I:- a ,1ozen times with
S N' thing,- he turned to tbh

rt. F. Bl:.\ ZKIN. I C.A.S-I STO::L I W. L. BI.ACKIN


"It 4 ,. .N :,

-haut s- li achie or p.u cr
'C.3 3 is ill '--
that directs yur, attertcrid to
the necessity of pr yT;Y g
your b[ood by tliing Hood s
Sarsa aparila. Then yo:ir
whole body receives 'oJ.,
for the purified blood goes
tingling to every crga.:. If
is the great remedy for ail
ages and both sexes.
Dyspepsia Compt'cated with
riverr and kidney trouble, I suffered for
yca.-s fr..mn d.'.:-'f-a, 'with severe pains.
Hood's Sara'.:ru'L.i made me strong and
She t','." 7. E'zerton, Auburn, Me.

t ,ii i .- rii..a r .1

She Kept Cool.
She was a y,..ang woman with a
vMMp hnim'u1inggiuu aniJ a.4upid Lte -v.,
L -.. I i ",. - .
"ilb,." s'ue -ni, l to a youin-. man re
t' l .. "1 ii, , ..,Ie so near ati.. n
...;'. l ac-i.le.nt yesterday! It was
'Jl,-.l t.u sh.:cl.lA-L
'ivi.'.v did It happen?" queried the

"'.'ly. you so,', it was like- this:
iri; l It'..rse coming along at the
corner of Prospect and Case-a horse
and a buggy-and they didn't see the
motor was so close-that is, thile people
In the buggy didn't see it--there was a
woman driving-a woman and two
children, I think-and she tried to
drive the horse across the track-the
l .uggy had a top to it, and she didn't
hear the bell-and the motor came
right up and pushed against the buggy .
and pushed it along, and the horse
jumped a little, and the woman
screamed, and the children-well, I
couldn't hear the chi!lren-hbut the
man wasn't strong, en'.aigh to stop the
motor, and It pushed tile buggy right
off the track!"
"And where were you all this time?"
Inquired the interested youth.
"I stood by the curb."
"I was so nervous, you know."
"And l ate chocolate creams just as
fast as I could and prayed."-Cleve-
land Plain Dealer.
Uncle Sam's Only "Tip."
Tips given to Pullman car porters by
government employees while perform
lng official duties are considered legiti
mate charges against Uncle Sam. They
are the only tips which are accorded
this distinction. This interesting fact
has just been gleaned through the dis-
play by a government official of a bill
of expenses which he intended, to pre-
sent for a recent trip which he made
in the service of the government. He
exhibited the statement as an evidence
of the close nianuer in which the gov
ernMuenet dul business. He thad to pre-
sent a receipt for every expenditure
made. even a receipt from the Pullman
car conductor for his berth.
The only item for which there was
no receipt was "Tips, 50 cents." When
asked what the tips were for, the offi
cer said: "They were tips which I gave
to Pullman car porters. The govern
nient allows those, but they are the
only tips which are allowed. If I tip
the waiter at my hotel or the man who
carries my bag, the tip conies out of
my pocket, but the tipping of Pullman
car porters, a quarter for each journey
made on a sleeper, is such a recognized
cuIstom that the item for such tips is
always allowed by the government to
officers when traveling ou government
h'u ,ins's "- NeOw ( Ol na n Timn(s- D)pmoll

We wish it Understood by all our
Who watch this spnce front week to weed, that we haue always on hlandi
And wec make it- point to announce wrom week to week anr
Newest and Latest Shipments,
AnJ \we 'f.'el that ii will be to your i,.terep.t t. o


We liave coming by. next boat a stock oft

TilTzhman's Condition Powder,
A Sure Cure for "Salt Sick."

Prics on Got0 as A1vertied Last Wk Remain the Same.

S5Do You Love Roses?
SDo You Want to OGrow Them?
Is handsomely illitrated and describes
iO -GL AN the best, new and ni>st pr"pular roses cor e
Ita sou thlaud, ait' gives fill n .ru aIe.;,,mis for.
^ Catalogue Free Upon Application, plautinh aud caring tir them '. I alo
explains why
are superior to all others for the .rosegarden. If you have not succeed in growma -j6
beautiful roses write to us and wesan, telt you why. Address



Corner of Bayview and Wyemini: Avenues en Bay Front.
Glassware. Tin are and Notions!
What you tcail' find at alny oilther Siore, cie, to the R A C K E T
-ST O R E and get.'

Bread, Pies and Cf s, Specialties,-
1. (O(DARD, Pr opriet-r.




UM, ,otm on Paper.
To rerove ink froo paper pour .
enough water over a teaspoonful of PESACGLA, Fla. ojjwsite W iaIing noLm oi uti on D .o
chlorinated hire to cover the stainedionD
portion. Moisten a cleau piece of Isthe Piace for Passengers Coing to and from
linen and rub it lightly with tbe mix- S T A ND R T S A TY
ture. If the stain is not of too long S A .. N WV Cs RD B A. 's
standing, it will disappear. If more ms C mfrtable! Terms Reasonabe!
than one application is required, let R. TR o
the paper dry before wetting the see- --
ond or third time. If the spot is rub-
bed, the texture of the paper will be-4J'T
spoiled. Dry it gently with a piece of
dry linen.

-r- *-- I

SCptai JAs. E.CLAtRK.
i' | I f -- .. -

2h 255 Tiens BSurden. Pasenger Iapacify 50
homes are those without childr.-n.
SterilityorBarrennesscan'becuredby -A_ --- RJ =^A-TES:

G St Andrews B:y, al ~ t .'. -2
(GER TLE'S FEMALE PANACEA) Mobile to Croinanton .... St A A palhie,. ..
FiROMITItE PRINCIPAL OF MONTERMLE SEMINARY. A palab i i ..... .... 7 00 ( l'i l 1bel ..... 3 0
Toonmuchcannotbe sidforyourwortOy remedy CarraLelle. ...... 8 00 A ,luchitC.l i to r.'n rbell. ......., 7
for female irregularities. As a result we have
a strong, healthy mother who sti-i- :'. pounds, '
and a five months old boy who n,,gi., I pounds. WEST OUND
The mother is a very small woman but is strong AST BOUND. WEST BOUND.
and hearty. and she claims that G. F. P. did it all, ILAV
as all other remedies had failed., LEAVE. RIV
MIonteagle, Tenn. W. H. NELSON,
rlonn.Monteagles seminary. th, 15th and 25th at7 p.m.. .........Mobile............12th, 2dand 2d a.b.
Try G. F. P. at once. i LTCLUBL charge 7th. 17th and 27th p.m.. St Pdews a ... 21 t and lt aa.m
It will make you ofladieexclusivy. u Ex- .P,, : ...,Crotafi-ton. j.
strong, vivacdus, lanlltyour 8th,18th and 28th1 a.m...........Apalachicola........ lth, 21t and 1st p.m
strong, vivacious, ;nd they will advise you ARRIVE IEAVE.'
regular andcureyou fury on how to regain ARRIVE. LEAVE.
fr an r youf n~.lhiAds s 9th, 19th and 29th -arn...........Carrabelle.... 10th,20th and 30th nooi
of any form of "LADIES.11EAU'LT
female weakness. ,CLUB"arO otL. Certle
emaPRIC .00wene. Ao.,ttanoo,Ten. Conpects- at Apalachicola with steamers up Ch-attahoochee River. At
t your -S drg.0t 0oes .t Tr F r. ': Carrabellewith.,-. T & G. Railroad for Tallahassee. .
him to scni, for it, otherwise send us your ordor For further information,' freight rates and sp'dcial rates for large parties
and $1.00 and we will supply you direct.
L. GERSTLE & CO., ChattanooSa. Tann. Address, CAPT. AS. CLARK, lK olbile, Alabanma.

L. AM. Ware guarantees every bottle of BOARJDIRA INGS. th, grandest and fasteati-saling book eor& publi
Cnaniherla n's Cough Remedy and will D | f IF ch oes
reftind the money to any one who is not M R'S- 'L.. ST ONE N "I ,.
satisfied after using two-tl.irds of the R.n a TIINH. U Y'S FatOR nEAD AND iEArt 0
contents. 'This is the best remedy in thle 0or. Buena Vista Avenue and Tiulrii e.. entPoo'n i .,ali-Eito.....le.M
world for lagrippe, coughs, colds, croup ody
and whooping cough and is pleasant and Vtree' W b ; ohlfebyRv.CAPr.
._.i ,, n," -( t sChi .Church for 1 vo ran.
safe to lake. It prevents any tendency ot Is Prepared tor Entei tain aa n, Innudn b v. I.TA AABBOTT. 1. .
a cold to result in pineulmonia. Sold lI) AIi-.. re' II' AN fI:I so-'MI s6nd fo. rt7Selt
L. W are, St. A ud rews and Ba'vhead and A.D W v1ULG tfO Snd., na t m-era a .

M ANAGP i' every county in the With Plesanf.R60nooms PARKERWS 1
MANAGER a nnd Good Board at HAIR BALSAM
United States, to handle i.
the liest paying b.uisiness known. Legit .Procot s inits "
imate, Reliable. New Address Dent. K.. --enver F alls o IRe tho al.
Phoenix Fire Appliance Co., 114 W. 3i;h REASONABLE RATdES ", f b i
St., Neew York.




In Meuioriaiu.
DIED-Jan. 17, 1900. Marvin White,
aged 84 years-after a short illnees,
* passed away of hemorrhage of the

.~iursdasl Joi


Lt brown..... 5
'~ free~.. -

Iiuger saps 3U) 25

London 153 err .5- U
U'aC nci.......1

Ev.aporalted ...
Dried Pe-acb%$ S
J,al Oil prizILl .. 15
;A 24 1111 -11

After the most intense suffering
t for more than two weeks, passed
away as if going to sleep. t
"Open thy bosom, set thy wishes wide,
And let in manhood-let' in happiness;
MO 900. Admit the boundless theatre of thought
From nothing up to God-which makes
SE AS" / a man."
Marvia White was born in Put-
U R RE N T nam county, Vermont, Jan. 8th,
ERIES. 1816: went west at 21 years of age;
'Tea, b stopped in Chicago when it was lit-
SGunpowder.. 40 tie more than a swamp; thence to
Uncol'd Jap.40-60 Plattvillei Wis.. and in 1853 wei.t to
Cond miilk, V call
Unweetn'a.10 St. Paul, Minn., was inarried to Miss
Sweetened ..... 8 My A. Dayton in July, 1855, a't
Baking pounder
l<,val ...... . .50' haknaiee, Minn.; thence to North
Ca,,lell. .... .10 D.ikia, in thie 6s ring ol 1880. and
n.iinued fruit
5 I'ea ches.... 10r-'0 in hi- hlId ag.', he night a home in
Tmatoe.. .bl'2 soiutlherii clinme, amit eleven years ag<
A pples ........ I I
Pears ......... 15 l :cite I inu ('r,,inl itun, (_'alhoun connI
pricust ....1.. 11-. y, Fla., wlie lie Iha., been an hon
Strangler ies .. *.2 t anld lt il ected cisii.,on. In lhi
PineiA ple. I""1 1o flight to ]igh r *le.i ,i-, le leaves al


(one V ... I L I DQ. a a l- ll ..1 ti 1 J ITE h T 01 111 r ;-
Iitnegar... ...-.. i n is Beer. .. ee ... 15 a n 1 1, in nr is
negar... .... 31 Corned Beef 15 mourn his lous, who felt like Paying
Mlte e se p r 1b ... 15 C h ip p e d B e e l10 2. i t p o et :
u matter ...... 2.1-30 Lobster ....... 0 with the poet:
Uird .... ...8.-1 Salmon ..... 1.5 "And he died, and I could not weep,
leutas ....... ... 4 Caunned Vegeltailcei
L Pocoitlit i.. 10 Baked Beans... 10 my own time seemed so near-
Iidit Puddie .. 10 C.ru ..... ... lOi ButI wished it had been God's will
Jelly, glaK-" 10at2)' Peas.......... 10 that I, too, could have ,died.
himeJnice..... Pa l ki ...... 12 I began to be tired a little, and fain had
Eggsper dos... i5 s t
Rper OVISIONS. slentat his side."..
flour Pork Tre deceased was a good husband,
S.Am'Swan i...."2. D. S. r ......7 father, neighbor and citizen and will
.majetic .... 2.75 Bacon Sides..... 8j
Corner Meal pr hu60-10 sFresh....... 8al0 be mourned by all who knew him.
Oat Meal pr lb... 5 Br'kf'stBacon 11 "Have hope, tho-h clouds environ
Srut per bla... 55-60 Ham canvassedl2 hope,
Potatoes Shoulders,.... 10 now,
Irish ...... 1 20 Beef And gladness hides her face in scorn,
i*arly W'se eed 1.20 Corned....... 8 But tha A the shadow from thy brow,,
Sweet.... 60@75 Fresh.. ......80 No night but ath its morn.
alt pr sack... 805 Dried......... 25 nht b a .
Table ...... 5 Milk pr qt...... 10 The widow and relatives have the
HARDWARE. sincere sympathy of the entire com-
sails, Der l1b3/a4 Ax, witl handle. 75
Galv wire do.6aQ6 Hoes, each.... 351t50 Inunity.
Manila rope.. .9al2Copper paint, can 45 "I am glad to think
4totes cook,..$8a25 Linseed oil, gal55@60 I am notbound to make the world go
Pipe, per joint 15
DRY GOODS, round;.
Prints, per yd.. 5a8 Checks .......5a5J/> But only to discover and to do
Sheeting .... 5a9 Flannel ....... 15a40 With cheerful heart the work that God
Muslin ....... 9all Thread per spool. 5 points"
leans ..... 15a45 Shoes, ladies.$1 a2 75 apoin.
Extra p ats pat 225 Men's... $1 40a300 Withll respect, E. M.
Hay pr cwt. .75a10.5 Oats pr hu....... 55 Brave Men Fall
Bran .......... 1.25 Brick pr M.. .13.00 Victitis to stomach, -liver and kidney
Repe Sisal .....7@9 Lime pr il...... 75 troubles as well as women, and all feel
FRUIT and NUTS. the results in loss of appetite, poisons
Oransges pr doz.. Pecans pr lb ..... in the blood, backache, nervousness,
Apples........ 12 Walnuts. ....... 20 headache and tired, listless run down
Leat.an.......... 25 Almionds....... 15 feeling. But there's no need to feel
r OYST'ERS like that. Listen to J. W. Gardner, Ida-
In shell prl,f000 1.50 Opened pr qt .. 15c ville, Ind. He says: "Electric Bitters
L VE STOCK, are just the thing for a man when he is
Hors.. .$30ai00 Coas.....:. $15a$25 all run down, and don'tcare whether he
Mules:... $',0 100 Hogs....... $3 to $4 lives or dies. It did more to give. me
en.. pr yoke $30 heep.......... $2 strength and good appetite than any-
S1OU LTR.Y thing I could take. -I can now sat any-
- 'lickeulse,.,I 1.a25 Geese each 45450 thing and have a new lease on life."
i'arkeys.... 75al.00 Ducks....... 15a20 Only 50 cents at all drug stores. Every
FISH. bottle guaranteed.
-'vh Salt
Mullet pr doz 235c Mullet pr 11,1 4.50 e These Te
Trot ....; .... 1'i5 Trout ........ 4.50 Hence These Tehas.
l'onpaiio puo .. 6 Pompano... 10.00 "Mamma," said the happy young
Stuia.-un ...... 10 Mackeral .... 8.00 wife, "do you think it was just the
LUMBER. thing to sit there and weep as you did
Flourinig, Ceiling, at our wedding? If I had been going
RHart,, m...$14.00 Heart, V in...$14.00 to my funeral, you could not have
Face ... 12.00 Face .. 12.00 acted more heart broken."
Sgap ..'. 10,00 Sap ." ... 10.00 "Oh," replied the distressed lady, ap-
Drop siding, Clapboards, plying her handkerchief to her eyes, "I
a t 1.00 in.si am sorry I made such a spectacle of
B fflnher.. 8@12 serd. $12@l5.00 myself, but I couldn't help It. I have
HeatsltHngles, 2.50 Lath,V Rin.... 2.0(10 always thought so much of George
Sap 1.50 Boat lInthiler, and he has been so kind to me."
dressed... $20 "Wlhy, mamma," exclaimed Allcia
Saint Claire. "what do you mean? Am
Uat rrl oil b I to understand that you are sorry for
With LocrrAL APPLICATIONS, ste George because lie married me? The
With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they idea! Do you mean to insinuate that
cannot reach the seat of the disease. I am not"-
Catarrh is a blood or. constitutional m "t
disease, and in order to cure it you "There, there, my child," the mother
must, take internal remedies. Hall's interrupted. "do not misjudge me. You
Catarrh Cure in taken internally, and know how George has always been
acts directly on the blood and mucous In the habit of taking me with you
surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a and him to the theaters and upon ex-
quack medicine. It was prescribed liv curslons and how considerate he has
oneof the best physicians in this coun- been of me in every way. If George
try for %ears, and is a regular prescrip- had been my own son, he could not
tion., Lt is composed of the best tonics have been more anxious to promote
kuown, combined with the best blood my happiness
Purifiers, acting directly on the mu- my happiness." that any reason wh
conu membranes. Theperfect combi- Well, was that any reason why you
nation of the two ingredients is what should sit there and blubber all
produces such wonderful results in cur- through the ceremony?"
tig Catarrh. Send for testimonials, "My darling, don't you understand
free. I was becoming his mother-in-law."-
J. F. CHENEY & GO., Props.. Toledo, Chicago Times-Herald.
0. Sold by druggists, price 7":.
Hall's Family l'lia are the 1.Cst. A nppy T t.
aw. ..i.a i o aeu. The sponlai1ll'ous ntil l.apy wit of
"'When- l.i ove r to ti',e r.1 --rtry T the late lane II. Brom-inl. for many
am going it fn.t a lot oif lothirs t,, years a wrilt-r of New Yori; Tributne
bring .I ;' i ti.." F.irl n w"e'; lea.de-rs. is riTalled by the "xanglwe be-
ktiowu' V.W'.ili-riit-. w'i, n ..*;i a0:%-iil low:
rrpcently. Oue ,Iny in The Tribune ortice the
,_ _Ph," sil ^-laer. "i t'..",t is th' veteran journalistt Charls T, Congdon
." 1 ji1 ir .Is R tsoi 'aI WKt-tii-or of te < hffi. -ai."
-. hi-'l"t.lt4,-,-,i I l will yov' roil a ltt-'er he linl found in Raiyl-'s Dictlonaly
of in|tro'i u. .,i, n-,i v.itlte him tellitug aut reiumarktd tlint if lie wen- o'er i-'
him ito u1%- you ri .ht." jail lie w,uld be quite coutentiil willti
In e ursw of 1i1::e theI t.fv--l''r stop tLat bcok.
ped Into tie- t.ni. r hinp in I.onildoi and "Of (-'tirse yoii wouldd" snid Bromn-
Spr4emtntd. his Iettter of iultrolir-tion. ley. '"If yau had Bayle, you could got
lie g't a w".rum halldlinke from the out."
tailor, who said lie hind reerived a let -
ter from his brother tllin. of the
.. traveler's expected arrival, hut could RO K
not hndersitud part of the letter. The ,
better, wfrtn produced, read: - ..
"Dear Brother-The bearer, Mr. -, I the Place to&uy
i. from our place and wishes to get a Pilohing' and G6n '
lot of 'clothes in London. He has all Clohhng an U ents
sorts of money. Soak him. Yourq af- Furnshilng Goods
fectlonoately "
The part of the letter that could not At Itack Bottom Prices!
be- understood was the concluding At his 8toio nayv also be found Con-
plrase. The traveler of course under- stantly on Hand, a Full Line of
: *tolad the Americanism, but managed ra M rhan i
to hkep his face straight while he gave General Merchandise
It a favorable construction. He saved AND
the l&igh until he could have it on his Hardware!
*Merin friend. Chicago Inter *
e* -. .A Tin S o e
d r Fu e, Run in conenectiun with the Store, af-
"Deeds fre Fi'uitA, wori I are hut
lesvet.' The marny we'm.ierful cures ef- fo ample opportunity fo. the
fected f,, Hotd's Srsipailla are the- Repairing of All Kinds of TiilWare
fruits by which it sliould be judged. ere are manufactured the
These ,rove it to e the great remedy for 1heet Iron Box Heating Stoves I
-, all blod diseases. Which are so deservedly popular.
Thomd's Pils cure all liver' ills. Non-r A call at B. V. Brock s Store will
rit-ti ,g. .. e .

convince all persons of the genuine.
STo TENT Gi0odi Ides n,.ess of .his gods intd lovness of his
I 1may be secured by
Iouraid. Address, pliCON.-
The *** t S ar Btlmore. Md.- -j} DC t: llC:
~SUkrvp ~to The latent Reobrd 1. 0 pe auum.
* .a L ..Y ; -- ;'

She, Too, Was of a Large Family.
At a little informal married wo-
men's luncheon out In Eeklugton the
other afternoon, given by the hostess
in honor of her "guest from the west,"
a dainty; languorous. black eyed wo-
man under -... tiihe ci.vernat.ion switch
ed to the subject of large families. It
appeared that most of the lunchers
came from prolific families. Each ap-
peared anxious to give her family's
large tribal record for a considerable
distance back, and none noticed the
alarmed countenance of the hostess as
the talk progressed. The hostess made
many ineffectual effoi ts to signal the
conversation to a standstill; likewise,
she unavailingly endeavored to side
track the large'family theme. But it
was no go, and it was finally up to
her "guest from the west" to set forth
the numerical contributions of her an-
cestors to previous censuses. When
the question was put to her directly,
she exhibited nary a flinch, but, smil-
ing languidly, remarkedW
"I am the youngest 12 daughters
and 18 brothers."
"Impossible!" exclaimed all of the
women except the hostess, who con-
templated the figures on her fan with
a drawn, dreary smile.
"Not at a.l," replied the guest. "You
are perhaps unaware that I was born
and reared in Salt Lake (',iy."
"Oh!" blankly exclaimed the othel
%v'oni ,[ "2 ni',? so: '

Nathan Giles, v.ile ani
of Peoria; lt., alliver. n"
Thursday night Lu Stu.ll
Peoriatis area I hlivc.
louatld in thile IJy loiu
Michigan street.
Mrs. E. J. Silgicr atil
Alpha last Thursday.
huabad andl add one to
iroews Peoria colony.
S A Dl. Hl .nai i >e, .ri,'-,n
bile in D i I '. i v t,

last. li e, a gu,
Mr-'. H. B. l',i..s I,.,
tcr t ohe l ini ,l I e, li
lead ,iI Eat 1U-v, \\ i-r.
Same 1,.,ck on thl.,:- Nei
night uI l i le-l. ie.l t:i
,Stone ]l[n.,- whe"t -he u l
S Ttu l...Ia noini
to h ,'-r li
ho ehixpli



'Il-u ts'1 bo-timb:s M ritni rT T flcnulty in shifting the current of talk night, an.Is
into the weather channel.-Washing- ker \%hliii
ton Post th. e l
A Girl's Idea of Bnoys.
At an examination in a certain school e l.
for girls an essay on "L..vs" was FrsTy v 11A
ordered written, and this was one of came .,vetr ,itn ie N_-i,. ts -it hi.
the compositions: .
"The b9y is not an animal, yet he pal'ent 'Mr.** nlu Is. I'h.-s. Ii alt-
can be heard to a considerable distance, ney ald. lainily.
When a boy hollers he opens his mouth J. T, Willcox, after an absence ot
like a frog's, but girls hold their tongue several months, retnr r -,-oil the Net-
till they are spoke to, and they answer
respectable, and tell just bow it was. tie to his old stampnliin grounds.
A boy thinks he is clever because he "Tiz" received a cordial greeting
can wade where it is deep, but God "
made the dry land for every living from his old c.impan.onls and frienl.,.
thing. and rested on the seventh day.
When the boy grows up he's called a Got .the Watch.
husband and stays out nights, but the A Camden lawyer put up a bluff sue-
grew up girl 'is a widow and keeps cessfully not long ago. A client came
house." to him and explained that a young
-- man had bought a watch from him on
Italian Babies. the installment plan. He mgade one pay-
Babies seem to be no trouble in Italy, ment, gave the watch to a young lady
and one cannot but be struck by the and skipped out. The client wanted to
number of them. These bambinos are know if he could recover th. watch
often hung upon pegs in the front of from the young lady. Trhe lawyer said
the house, where they look out of their that he could not witL4ut .pending
little black, beady eyes like papooses, morte money than theu watch was
I unhooked one of these babies once worth, except the y:ung'womal could
and held it awhile. Its back and little be bluffed. The clipti said a bluff
feet were held tightly against a strip would te paid for Ifsicci'essful, and
of board so that it was quite stiff the lawyer p Qted the fo,,ll,wing letter:
from its feet to its shoulders. It did "Dear .Madan-The. watch recently
not seem to object or to be at all un- presented to .iou by Mr. Blank was ob-
comfortable, as it only howled while I tamed urreptltiously from the estab-
was holding it. I have an idea that, lishment of my ellent, and unless it is
except when invaded by foreigners, returned by next Tuesday morning I
the bambino's existence is quite hap- will be obliged to, very reluctantly. dis-
py.-Lilian Bell in Woman's Home patch a judicial functionary to your
Companion. residence with Iprocess."
The watch was delivered the follow-
DO YOU GET UP ing morning allnd the lawyer received a
fine gold chain for w rta!,the letter.-
WITH A LAME BACK ? Pittsburg Dispatch. a

Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. I want t,. i-t thre people wh.su.t r,,ron
rheumati-m ',iid sci.itci'cali now that
Almost everybody who reads the news- C('hamlherla;i's F'oin lnim reii.ed me al-
papers is sure to know of the wonderful ter a nuialer of other mectines and a
Kimcures made by Dr. doctor had failed.'.It is te hbst linimeut
the great kidney, liver Ihave ever kiio n of.-.1. A.DoiDGEN, Al-
LI and bladder remedy. pharetta, -;.. Thousands h -.e been cur-
It-is the great medi- ed of rbeunali.nm h this rimedy. One
cal triumph of the nine- h .--
\ teenth century; dis- aoplicatio, reliev cs the [iain For sale l.y
'^^ / ___ covered after years of L. M. Ware, St. An.Jr ia |,d Ra)head
i^. [ scientific research by ahd all medicine diealers..I
Dr. Kilmer, the emi- I
S nent kidney and blad- Hard Heads.j
"on- der specialist, and is A duel among native ,Australians
wonderfully successful in promptly curing affords a droll study of iphsical endur-
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou- ance and natural courtesy The aaire
bles and Bright's Disease, which is the worst ance and tura I ourte Tne Bare
form of kidney trouble. d'honneur Is conduc-ted 1 orthodox
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp=Root is not rec- lines. Seconds are chotn and the
ommendedforeverythingbutifyouhavekid- place of meeting arrnngef each party
ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be fund assuring the other that the remem-
just the remedy you need. It has been tested brance of the insult or tl~ casus belli
in so many ways, in hospital work, in private can only Lie '-euiot-d v.-h na wadVly
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur- stick, casually n.-nti,,nili at the samwe
-hase relief and ha pr. '.'-d so successful in time tht design an'd ei 'a 1 of lis own
,very case that a -p- .ial arrangement has
seen made by which all readers of this paper weapon.
-ho have not already'i. it, may have a The duel then pr,.r-edls somewhat
ample bottid sent fre by mail, also a book on these lines: The njagrie\'c-l one
selling more about Swamp-Root and how to bends forward, handl-.uu kneee, and
'indout if you have kidney or bladder trouble. invites his opponent to toet tihe s,-uid-
When writing mention reading this generous ness of his club on hi, i thi:- bah ll u -*er's
offerr in this paper and -' head. Politeness does lnt demand that
l your address to the vigor of the blow be modified by
anmton, r Y. The n" j regrets or remorse, IIu,.:I less such a
guar fifty cent and Homeo p-ot reply as; "Not at all, -:r after you."
:.iar size!7 are sold by all good druggists. The descent of the i-li.I is remindful
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When a girl's t n;:a.: .',n-It to an onut
of town man is reported, it is first
said that she is to marry a king. As
time progresses the girl's mother con
fesses that the young man is a prince
It leaks out later that he woiks on a
salary and has to work S:ltu,!a
nights, and later, just before th- w.-d
ding, no one is surprised at Iu.arnl'a
that he is a clerk and gives n!:imint:
lessons on the side to make a living.-.
Atchison Globe.

Birthmark In the Eye.
Jesse Lee of Atlanta has the letters
of the alphabet (-1l a!y' imprinted on
the iris of his eyes. He ihherits this
-Iri-- .-: phenomenon from his fit.sh-r.
A. V.'. Lee, who had the same uarlk-ij
on his eyeballs. The grandmother ',.
Jesse Lee is said to have pored inces-
santly over the Bible previous to the
birth of her son, and it Is supposed
that the birthmark is due to her con-'
stant application to the letters of the
SHelps Trade..
Whenever a young wife proposes to
bake her own bread in order to save 5
cents a week, the man who has put on
the ma4let an infallible cure for dys-
pepsia smiles like a cat that has just
eaten the canary.-Nauvoo Rustler.

Migrating Blrds.
The distances over which birds mi-
grate vary between wide limits and
are often surprisingly great. The bob-
olinks, which, rear their young on th1rc
shores of Lake Winnipeg and go to
Cuba and Porto Jlico to spend the win-
ter, twice traverse' a distance exceed-
ing 2,800 miles, or more than a fifth of
the circumference of our earth, each
year. The kingbird lays its eggs as far
North as the fifty-seventh degree of lat-
Itude and is found in the winter in
: South America. The biennial pilgrim-
- ages of the little redstart exceed 3,000
,mi]es and the tiny hmnaing bird 2,000

Dyspepsia Cure.

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A Cnte Lad. hr. Everything Cr. v...
A young Irishman once went to a Thli ttuterose filouqistws r.v: iy hi
kind hearted old squire for a recom. the oip n air in the 'rnin ia',s- th but
mendat ion. A ni elaborate one- was wi-i t. r 1 i- ..i t- 1 s ,. .Ia, i ., .ti,. nt u
ten and read to him. HIe took it wit. e .The itlh sh t p ,. three or four
tans, but A-id not o. e. I zi "atii-. eI I ubrt-' vr. y sweet

"W at's the matter with it?" roared sinto. r s.- .. .i :in. { n .i Lredibly short
the sluite. -,sau .. ,, tirge.
"Oh, nothing, soir,' said -the lad In Pr -t,--ria 'u-o at~C pr-olific--i n fact,'
quickly. most of the streets are bounded by rose
"W ell, then, why don't you go?" hi-1, lg" I iro; ::hli -,,: i ii'. dr:ih. .id
"Sure, sorr, Ithoughton thu striuith thu y h:,ii t'n wit, .-, f A41l 1t= .1innUhiy*
of ai recommind likV that b :,'id ie roi l,I..,_n f-,r tnitr i';hrt,-rU of the
wanting to hire me. "-an Francisco year. In public places, such as the
Argonaut. Burghers' park, the profusion of roses,
The Lan ,gxh iWias't on the yn. lilies, carnations and tuberoses is be-
It is said that Professor Blackie of- wdeildrin:ly Io'antifu.l.
ten 't6ld this anecdote "'on lilfself.' 'he' l -ild -narcr.hlia of Sw.,1aid aire
This genial old professor used to form famous. They nre of nt leasi 2t0 dilffer-
a very lt-aior. .lab, feoate in the Edin ent kinis T,'.t: ar ext,ii m-!ly curious
burgh streets. Hie was a wiry old pa- nn1i v.iv h i I tlo et var- ;inid ixtra heat
trins c.h with Ut,,nl e fotitr -s at.I they t. n L- l a uce i, to d ,.velop into
thain s, fant. id rinfh-ts aolouit his so tll- very woule'fil ptlae.i
ders. No one who had se.i hibln could ilp. V r'\i l il .-(i,' -,,w in htilr. i'nnsvini if!
possibly forget him. One i aIy he wasq !,- -.., i. 'i. I,, Ih ri 'itiit.i Th soil
accosted by a very dirty little bootblack m it: ," s u:a i o..un.:,'. ric-h. tIe
w eith hi, -lasiwu .y i.' t o ?'" TLe v- . I -i :l. .:. l dr ; l. 1. t [..T 1
lprotfessnr was lui pressed bl:,y the tfilthi- t'wi'Il l k k

stantly relieves and permanently cures uess of the L.v's face.
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, "I dc't want a shinl, my lId." said
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, INausea, he. "But if you'll go and wash your-
SickHeadache, Gastralgi a,Cramps, and
all other results of imperfect digestion. face I'll give you sixpence.
Prepared by E. C. DeWitt a Co., Cbleago. A' richt, sir," was the lad's reply.
and sold by R. F. Brackin & Son.'St, An- Then he went over to a nti-zblorimlg
drews. Fla h fountain and.made-bts abhitions. Re-
turning, he held out his hand for the
mpney. .
0eo. S. Hacker & Son, "Well, my lad," said th 'professor,;"
S ATO "you have earned your sixpence. Here
Vt its.i"
CHI L El) "I dinna want it," returned the boy.
S with a lordly air. "Ye Can keep it and
get yer hair cut."
Sa A Town of Consumptives.
Forty years ago the inhabitants of
Sash fl UUl0 UrMentone, France. and neighborhood
u D were a healthy, happy race of splendid
physique,- to whom consumption was
absolutely unknown.
Then Mentone became the Mecca of
the consumptive. The peasants left
their farms and their healthy lives to
,. 0 wait on the wealthy invalids. Farm-
-'. i ers' wives-and daughters became wash-
r erwomen. constantly handling clothing
Impregnated with the germs of con-,
.._ .' sumption. Thousands of consumptives
S,, --,L- -u. 'died there, Iirl-u'1 gn'tiIu:, the soil and
S-:- ; -'- the water with-the g-'ru-s of their dis-
AN D ease.
1S 'tL j As a result, the earth, air iand water
uilldinz iateriaL. 'of Menton6,are Infestedwith the tiber-
St1dOW ,and Fancy Glass a ele bacillus, and the once healthy peas-
:7 1pecialty' antry are cousnumpties alijoit to a
,, man and a woman. No more complete
E"iSTIMATE8 C II E E F U L LY or starting proof of the truth of the
G! V EN once, derided germ theory of disease
could well be imagined than this.

% "-rrei of 1 l;.' .
u:--" . i.: r 5 '. ts is 1 ,'* 'I- :t thP
learning by l ie; : i i' i- t 1, ,i'-:; is ery
widespri .' 1. Ni.,i ,i 1 !Y [meil. liil woul-
eni and ctl i. li-c. (:'i i' f:,uLt ,hiuI can
reigeat tl hl.' i, .'; I. !. 'us- ::-nii:. tor
end withul.-.t i ii ,:-[:il;. 'rakti is it in
r(.niuil tud1.,-trs, the Tr1(van contaisA
top, thter with i. anl,..ltii;i-, which are
included in the recltation, some 60,000
words. This is about the length of an
average up to date novel, but, unlike
the novel. tlhtre are no connecting links
-the whole hol.ik being a confused and
nmui .h mutilate. jumble--to .enable the
re(iter to ren-ember. To make the
least error would be a deadly sin, yet
even children can go through it.
But this Is not all. For an Arabic
child to recite the Koran is wonderful
enough, no doubt, but he understands
what he Is saying-it Is not to him an
unknown language--but for a child of
another nation to recite it from begin-
ning to end, without understanding the
words he Is saying,. Is much more
Wonderl'ful fleat of memory, and very
few of those out.i-le Arabia who cani
recite the Ki.rnan l:now more than A
few.- f the sii,]jlcst wei Jds. fi they kno*
Not( i'-o
Is l- ti .v g;ve-n to 'I i.i i, is holliing
i'ilai ;-iga n-I tl i -,S r t It. ) H i,,i.
::i l..I W .,1 1 hi i ..i. L y. deceased,
to vre.' nt .t eni ti i v'e iiiie ,i' i.it''J ad-, "
m.nistrautri'x wi it i t iv. lI' tio ftis Iherm'o'
or the same wil. lie 1, i -i i, iI.h statute'
ol !Iniitatioiis, l. r t L'h iWicxK,
DatedDcc.'25,1899. Atiniinitratrix. |
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4 When a M1an Undertakes to Get salt unit
Ute better of a Girl, He Had : shall In1
S Better Leave His Heart "Bles,
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.iken away from me. because some kludnese
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.gued his pxame to a deed 'John B. "What
tobinson' instead of 'John C. Robin- "Just
-on.' As if one letter .of the alphabet here on:
-ould make any difference! I've no cousin,
-mtiouce with people The majesty of MXarshal
the law, indeed! Pshaw!" son."
"But if the rest of the property be- "Ma'as
lougs to your cousin Robinson so does mai d, w
the tower," suggested Mrs. Milroy. hearing
"I can't help that," said Miss Isidora. ."shall I
"Here t am, and here I mean to stay, te
law or no law." "Iteb-
Mrs. Milroy opened her weak eyes. our
Feeble as a kitten herself, she could younger to
scarcely comprehend such valiant reso- to maun
lution In another. And
"But if they come here with tue down.
sheriff and a posse comitatus and a cal
writ of habeas corpus?" she faltered. on, .'
,"Then," said Miss Isidora, "they'll yf
have to clear out again. Common _
sense is common sense. The house is
mine, and I mean to keep It I'Ve got A'
new bolts and bars to all the doors, Mlnage
and I keep a kettle of belling water on Salarv $
the stove night and day, and my friend, uiona-id
lion tic
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Thus she to me, with a tear In her eye,
"Ah, love is dead, for I saw the boy diet"
to her 1 said, "So, if that be quite clear,
the best thing to do is to bury him, dear."
Then forth we went and sought out a place
Where violets grew in the zephyr's embrace.
A grave we dug with the pens we had used
In writing missives so dearly perused.
Then gentled him down in a neat coffin made
of erosion notes that did never upbraid.
3ut paused we then, ere the earth was returned,
\nd. weeping, fell o'er the passion Inurned.
I soothed her grief, for what erse could I do?
ind kissed her next till she fondled me too.
ur pain was wine to the boy seeming dead;
.t gave him new strength, and he lifted his h r, .
"hen rose we straight, and away did we hii
Ve three together-for love cannot die.
-Joubert J,


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uc>h a case
a' he heard

t once,"

m T'f l e blandly.
rshi measures.

'oul'thing else be
tore we [ t ,xtreLmltiles."
And one plieleaut i)etuher atoernoon,
t-ettiu sun shoue as if through a medi-
unm of opaque gold. the landlord of the
Toolady Arms nane puffing up the hill
with a stout. Sllnsr faced gentleman,
ouil rnLg the bell, which echoed like a
double cliue thli'oughl the tiny tower.
';o away!" said Miss Isidora from
the window, spylug the tops of two
"Oh. muy. mna'am!" squeaked Rebecca
over her shoulder. "Shall I get the
gun ?"
"1 beg lrdon, ma'am," said the
stranger, ut"-
*Go away. I say!" sternly repeated
Miss Isido, i Ives. "Rebecca, bring In
that ketthe'Il have you to understand
that altn i t to be trifled with."
But'hyv tb s time mine host of the
Toplady 'A. i had simultaneously re-
covered ts -reath and his presence of
"Miss vt-," he puffed stertorously,
"don't be istrated! It's only Israel
Jenki." s
"BI4 s tI man's heart!" said Miss
Isidora. "1 y didn't he say so before?
And What earth did you want here,
Jenklis?'" -
"Ita Iler, Miss Ives," said Jen-
kins, bho d married Miss Isidora's
old nirse, d somehow felt himself
to beonn ed with the family.
"A.lodg repeated Miss Ives.
"Th isn't dging house, man alive!"
"'s'mu- quite aware of that,"
saidg I meekly. "And where no.

will o. But, knowing as you was
alone an nprotected"-
"I don' know what you call unpro-
tected," "rusquely Interrupted Miss
Ives. "I'e got a loaded gun and a six
gallon ke e of boiling water here."
"And." lldly went on Israel Jen-
kins. "thliere gentleman, a Mr. Mar-
shall Of abama. wanted a pleasant
lodging I the neighborhood, which
meals co4d be took at the Toplady
Arms--thfugh our apartments is all oc-
cupied WKh the gentry as come to fish
and shooi through October-and No-
vember-43d it might be a consolation
to you,-NMis Ives, to have a gentleman
about tableren. iss."
Mr. M',rtiall proved himself a quiet
ant oncP h~)ile member of the little
househlvid. \ He lik-ed dogs, and allowed
MISS lyI s- iKiug Charles spaniel to
sleep. miii1turbed, amid the papers on
his table. k
lie was- rtlal to birds and entered
at once ILl), tile most friendly of alli-
auces witl.ti e* parrot andf the macaw.
He grafte Miss Isidora's orange tree
for her an ishowed.l her a new way to
train her pinnts.
At the bl of four weeks Miss Isi-
dora put t,, execution a plan which
she had li4g been forming.
"Mr. frshball,," she said, "It's a great
deal of .rouhle for you to go three
times a %ay tramping down that long
hill to e Toplady Arms and back
agan in. ou are no longer a stranger
to us b ,e. We have learned to re-
spect auq trust you. If you choose to
take yo meals with us here, I shall
adtit you to my
nance changed
lous sound In
e swallowing

ri" S!mull rion., 'a,. .an't"
t L I ti:, an.al oi., to eat
u)o tI.IUtU' \. ,M. M.-ar-
out, nu.,.t ly er
' "har.itirlt.' 0Is the man
| 11 ora Ives.
.socially speaking, a fraud,"
tranger, "a forgery."
es sat down on jie sofa in a
sy and stared at him.
our sweet graciousness and
have conquered me," added
- all.
lo you mean?" said Miss Ives.
A is." said the stranger. "I am
r alse pretenses. I am your
e. plaintiff. My name isn't
but Gideon Marshall Robin-
," whispered the heartless
o turned absolutely green on
e name of the family enemy,
ring the kettle of boiling wa-
n." said Miss Ives, "hold
ue and go out and feed the
keys. I am fully competent
this matter myself."
becca, feeling herself put
heree" went on Mr. Robin-
ok Into the facts of the case
Shave heard of your preju-

EST pereor.s to represent us as
r in this and close Iy counties.
Ilta vearand expenses. Siraighl.
no mniore no less salary. Posi-
manent. Our references, any
nv town, It is mainly office
luted at bome. Reference. En-
-addressed stamped envelopa-
ios CoursAN, Dept. 3, Chicago-

y.s. who is a clerk in a law
;irn me the hint never to
in with a bag."
)t breathiesssly questioned
oou *,*'r saidN Miss Isidora
"Eretin'use it will be full of
vwrit.s ad suunmonses and
t of thing."
|,I Mrs. Milroy.
4i was hers, and the tower
to keep. And Rebecca. her
1. wvas t i liu for hier warlike quail-

'-,urie. nim'am," said Rebec-
nly can stand against the
wi-:,ther they can or not!"
i-.:,i.ra Ives. **Be sure you
li-ttles well filled. Rebecca,
let the tires go out, day or
never sbe received through
a letter with a le.al appear-
ii en--l.,pe crested with the
.-s ut .'.I L.ses. Tape & String-
,-.:liu i ,,liin.sou's lawyers,
.it between the
Alled vindictive-

white bat, but long aco the custom de-
,a'rted from the primitive idea of use-
miness. According to the encyclope
.lin, La-urtes was the first to wear a
.luve. The farmer king was not fash.
ionable. but it is set forth in the "Odys-
iry" that in his capacity of farmer he
had to deal with certain brambly
bnshes, and he muat also keep his
bands in a kingly condition: hence the
introduction of gloves.
Since that time glove have had
many and strange significance, from a
seal of the transfer of property to :4
chall-nge to single combat. Not until
centnmies later did they begin to taki
)n class significance. It was when they
w-re adopted by royalty that the wear
ing of gloves was first regarded as s
mark of station. Some of the earl,
English kings were buried with glove
on, ani when the manufacture of gloves
was introduced in Great Britain it was
considered as a craft of great dignity
and importance. During the reign ot
King Robert III of Scotland the incor
portion of the Glovers of Perth, ;.
healthy guild which still exists, wa-
bartered and received armorial bear-
But, although gloves were started oa
their career through the centuries by
mcn. it has fallen to the women to bring
them into universal popularity.
Aulmnals at Play.
Cats delight in racing about, but not
io often, I think, in circles, as dogs do.
They prefer straight lines and sharp
turns with the genuine goat jump.
This sudden flight into the air, which
appears to take place without the ani-
mal's knowledge br intention, cannot
here be preparatory to life in the moun-
tains, bnt the cat finds the high jump
very use-ful, not only in pounncing on its
nrvl T',nt in c.,oninr its-he"rdtary
en e iy.
Brehm records a movement play of
yonng chamois. When in summerKthe
young chamois climb up to the per-
petual snow, they delight to play on it.
They throw themselves in a crouching
position on the upper end of a steep,
anow covered incline, work all four legs
with a swimming motion to get a start
and then slide down on the surface of
the snow, often traversing a distance of
from 100 to 150 meters in this way,
while the snow flies up and covers them
with a fine powder. Arrived at the bot-
tom, they spring to their feet and slow-
ly clamber up again the distance they
have slid down.-"The Play ot Ani*
males by Karl Groos
The Indian crocodile is a ferocious
and dangerous animal and causes great
destruction to human life, especially
in lower BengaL
A man's record is made up chiefly of
what he says.-Galveston News.

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Are prepared from Na-
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while gentle are reliable
and efficient. They

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dices against me"-
"Yes, t think so," Interposed Miss
"And I do not blame you for them,"
said Mr. Robinson. "NOW that I am
personally acquainted with you, Miss
Ives, nothing could Induce me to pros-
ecute this"-
"Iniquitous claim," interposed Isl-
dora. +
"Iniquitous claim," acceded Mit. Rob-
inson, with a repetition of the swal-
lowing sound. "Just what you please
to call it. I respect you as a lady, but
I appreciate you as a relative; but,
of course, knowing who I am, you can-
not tolerate me any longer as your
friend. I will pack my bag and de-
part at once. I can only feel regretful
that I have deceived you so long. I
feel myself to be a hypocrite and a
He waited meekly to receive the full
tide of Miss Isidora's curbed wrath.
She put out her plump little hand, with
four dimples in the four joints.
"Don't go!" she said in a low voice.
"What:" cried the Incredulous plain-
"There's no reason why we shouldn't
be friends," said Miss Ives in her odd,
brusque way. "Things seem so very
different, now that we are acquainted
with each other. Couldn't we-compro-

cousiisi. you lutiw. twice removed. 1
may call you IsIl.lor-a '"
"Oh. certainly." said Miss Ives.
"We are the two last seeming heirs."
"Planlutiff and defendant," nodded
"Exactly so. Now It has just oc-
curred to me--I mean. I've been think-
ing of it for some time-that if we
were to unite our claims"-
"To gel tnarried, do you mean?" said
Isidora bluntly.
"Yes. precisely. It would put an end
to all litigation." pleaded Marshall
Robinson. "Would you be willing to
marry me?" said Mr. Gideon Marshall
"Y-yes!" said Isidora. "I think I
should. I'm not young, but then six
and thirty is not absolutely old."
"You are a rose in full bloom," said
Mr. Robiuson enthusiastically, "and I
myself am not a mere boy. It must be
"And if people should laugh at us.
why, we'll let them laugh," said isi-
"And we'll laugh. too." asfid the mid
die aged lover cheerfully.
T'he ire wnas allowed to go down.
the kettle cover taken off. the charges
drawn from the gun and the tower
pronounced to be no longer In a state
of siege.
And this is the way in which the
famous case of Robinson versus Ives.
which had promised to swell the fees
of lawyers innumerable for the next
ten years. was removed from the court
of records. And no one was sorry ex-
cept the legal gentlemen aforesaid.-
Chicago 1rrald.
The Wearlng of Gloves.
Originally the wearing of gloves was
2ondun'ted on the same sound princi-
ole that insuires a..miller to-wear a

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ed of pnriumonia entirely by the dse :of
One Minute Cough Cure. after doctors
failed. It also cured my children of
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A Dtlcuit.Lay4_
A New E9tigiand woman Is the owner
)f a hen which appears to choose her
surroundings with a discriminating
Soon after her present bOWi'er ac-
quired the heu she discovered the crea-
ture's fondness for stopping, into the
house whenever ft;m' t''ld .ffvect an
entrance and laying aii e'6 on the
Jown coverlet which ornamented the
bed in the "best chamber."
One day the ben managed to get In
unobserved during a season of sweep-
ing, and her presence was only dis-
,overed as she made her way haistily
out of the side door, cackling with tri-
amph, some time later.
As the best room coverlet had been
out of the way during the sweeping,
the mistress of the house looked about
for the egg which she felt sure had
been laid somewhere. She found it.
after half an hour's search, on the
plush mantel covering in the parlor,
where the hen must have sat in state
between a china shepherdess and a
glass vase.
Nothing on the mantelshelf had been
disturbed, although just how the hen
had managed the delicate business will
never be known.- Youth's Companion.
Merely a Queallon of Spelling.
He was the engineer of an ocean
liner and prideIdelm wif- o i"Wi
ug- 'Fvi -UtWrrrcity. oi one o01 'LriS-ii'r~
stays at home he accompanied his
wife to a party. The subject of elec-
tricity coming up, he Indignantly com-
bated the idea that i t was possible for
to people o le to produce a elect rical cur-
rent through the body of a third by
simple physical contact. Hlls wife and
a friend said they would prove It and,
leading him to a window, told him to
pull up his sleeves and place both
hands flat on the glass. They then. on
either side. took a firm grip on his
wrists. At the end of a few moments
his wife said:
"Don't you feel a pala. Willy?"
"No!" he replied and returned a like
negative to a second and a third In-
At his third response most of the
company began to laugh, and It sud-
denly flashed into his inlud that the
pronunciation of pain and paue was
the same.-New York Tribune.
Wouldn't Sell Hi. Name.
Soon after EIeneral Robert E. Lee
went to I.exington. Va.. the presidency
of an Insurant ecouimpany was offered
to him at a salary of $10.000 a year.
He was at that time receiving only $3,-
000 as president of the Washuigtun
and Lee university. "W'e do not want
you to discharge any duties. general,"
said the ageut. "We simply wish the
use of your name. That will abun-
dantly compensate us."
"Excuse me. sir." was the prompt
and decided rejoi:rler. "I cannot con-
sent to receive pay for services I do
not render."
Nearly every mall brought him simi-
lar proposals, and Just a short while
before Isla death In rge and wealt.1y
corporation In New York city offered
hinm $50.00 per annutu to lieuibe e Its
presidh nt. But hbe '
fers and q. '1" -"
path of duty.-i.arties' [loni, Journal.
The manager of the clothing depart-
ment opened his envelope on pay day
and scowled.
"Look here, lMiggs," he said to the
cashier, "this Is the fourth time in suc-
cession you have paid me with three
$20 bills, and I'm getting tired of hus-
tling around to get them changed.
Suppose you work your big bills off on
some other fellows for awhile. begad!"
"Mr. Miggs." spake up a calm, un-
emotional. businesslike voice from
somebody who was sitting inside the
railing with a newspaper in fils hand,
"for the next four weeks you will
please save Mr. Whackham some an-
noyance by keeping one $20 bill per
week out of his envelope."-Chicago
The Curious cau-owary.
Every explorer who visits the Aus-
tralasian islands discovers a new kind
of. cassowary. None of these birds
possesses any wings to speak of, and
their bodies are clothed with dense
masses of curious, hairlike feathers.
According to a recent traveler, these
feathers are put to a very remarkable
When a cassowary feels hungry-mso
the legend runs-it wades out into a
stream until only Its head and neck are
above water and spreads out Its long
plumes on either side. Numbers of un-
sophisticated little fishes immediately
mistake these for a new kind of water
weed and nestle confidingly up to the
motionless cassowary for shelter.
Then that artful bird suddenly
presses his feathers close against his
body, walks ashore and shakes out his
prisoners on the bank; so that he not
only enjoys a delightful bath, but ob-


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each block and the adjoining addi-
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