Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: February 8, 1900
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Pieainst the World,


ST. ANDREWS BA


OFFICIAL DIRECiTORY.

UNITED STATES.
Senators- Hon. Sam'i Paso, Monticello,
Hon S.R. Mallorv, Pensacola.
Representatives- st District, S.M. Spark -
man, Tampa; 2d District, R. W.
Davis,Palatka.
Land Office-IRegister, W. G. Robinson';
Receiver-H. S. Chubb, Gainesville.
STATE.
iovernor-W. D. Bloxham; Secretary of
State, J. L. Jrawford; t'reasurer, J. B.
Whitfield; Attorney General Wm. B. La-
mar: Comptroller, W. H Reynolds; Si.-
erirtendent )f Public Instruction, W.
N. Sheats; Commissioner of Agricul*
ture, L. Bi. Wombwell; Adjulant Ge -
eral. Patrick Hou.4ton. Tallahasaee.
U S. SK.N rutR.
+ n,,t Disti rict- s -. R. .irMi'ri ., pensacr, :"
-. econd Di-trict. tmiim -l 'aseo MoilicellJ
-rA.r REN AT-R.
tniv-ftifth District-J. B. Clarke, We-
vahiti hka.
WASHINGTON Co(UT'v.
.prescntat ive, W. G. Colerman, Vertlon;
County Judge, D. D. Melvin, Vernon;
Clerk of Court, County Clerk, Recorde'.
of Deeds, W. B. Lassatter, Vernon;
Sh.-riiY, G. Allen, Chipley;Treasurer,
G.. .. Parish, Vernon; Tax Collector, A.
Q. Jones, Vernon; Tax Assessor. J.
W Williams Chipley: superintendent
,t Public Insltruction, W. L Lockey,
(lhipley; Surveyor, P. L. Horn, Orange
Hill.
ST. AnnRE'vs.
justicee of the Peace.W. I.Singleterry;
Notalv i'ublics, W.A. Eninmmone, C. H.
Crippen: Deput v Circuit Court Clerk.
W. A. Emimon s: School Directors, It.
F. irtikii',i, W I. SilgletarlV L, M.
Waire: l''ot MIste'r. L. M. Ware
HARrisoN. -
Postmistress, Mrs. M. B. Jenks.
M ILI VILLE.
Postmaster; Henry Bovis.
PARKIt.R.
satmuaster and No.tury I'lublie, \V. H.
Parker. /
PITTSBURO.
i ,treS8, Mrs. HI sell ,o g
A IADERSON.
ost mast e S. W. Andcrsol;
ilAY.
i'ostmnahter, Mrs. .. Gay
,;-:.;.t.a 0.< Trompkins
Pc eitast c, WV F. Woodiord








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otbodist Episcoph',- S urch W X nalin i-
tonave Ind Chestnut sl-1're..ahing ev-
eiv 1st aind 3d Sunday at II a. In. nd 7
p."xn. Sunday school at 3 p. m. Rev. D.
1'a ker, !Iater.

Wednesday ev(iiing Ie' i o1 2 ; ,
and aitu;-day at 'j p. ,I.1 befoic, uid 4tli
Sunday, II a. mi. and 7 p. i:. Fcayer
tnee.ing Wedesday iight o ter Ist and
3d uunday Clh o.ith. Mnoii.t a5i;ho1ol
every S.i' da_ 10 . -L ... s L. L iu&d-
ermiik, pastor'
:Ienoue and Drake sticel; or.v HR. J
Mclj lwain pastor; preaei ig oin s'coind
Sunday of eadch month at 11 o'clock ,n. In
.nd 7 p. In. Suoiidav Scl.ool lit 9:30
a. in every Sunday, John Sturiock, Supt.
Jatiholic-Church corner Wy0oming ave-
Iike and Fobter street
THE MAILS.
Ilipe northern t wail, via Ander on., Gav,
Baybead and Cbipley depai t evIey da
except Sun day .t 3:00 o'clock; a. mi.;
arrive every dav except Sun i. dt
7:40 p. in.t
sit Bay imail for Harrison, CrUiaiiton,
Parker, Farimdale and Wetappo, leaves
St. Andrews going east every morning
4t 6 o'clock and leaving Wet1ppo at
1 o'clock, arrives, coming west vvery
evening at 7 c clock.
ST. ANDREWS BAY, CHIPLEY &
VERNON TELEPHONE CO.
SCHEDULE OF RATES:-For each ive
minutes, or fraction thereof, use of
Phone: h
Between St.Andrews Bay &Gay '
a ll dChipley. 35c
Chipley & Ba head....... 25c
h nrGay............... 3
SBayhead &Gay............ d1c
eor transmission by telegraph lOc.
extra not i di telegraphic ser vice
7 p. nt.

# I [NFSS D!RTFCTflTY,

A EM .1oNS
Dt pul y reail o Coun Clr i .o -on,

afrkda'ir, legalize n.r k ata odgs uea e
etc., anywhere in Florida. SpecmrIi -
tention' given to la.d vionv eyantcp a;d
o' marriage services c ang e isst cr'y
to lawfully qualified parties. OtIic at
the EUOY Ofice, St AndreY C L Bay.
DR. N J. KTEL TOE.O


doimeopathic Physician and At-
*oucher. Office Pioneer )Drg '0 oz ,



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u': ,n and lDIui :':l.. t,
t of avview, 1)"'" '; p;'ies 0 .U
t,'rvices to the citize'ts of St An-
drews and vicinity. Residence 6n Buina
Vista rvenlie.
C. 11. ('CRIPPIEN.,
Notary Publict
4il!attend promptly to all Iuqif'ies, de-
iniiding his attention. Office on Ray-
view street, one block t.o'rheist of T.
C Danford's slore

W. 0. BUTLER,
Attorney at Law,
CHIPtI~Y. WAsIINGTON COUNTY, FLA

00"'Land Titles and Collections t
takce a' Spcia'lty.


PUBLISHED EVERY THUMI
One dollar a Year in Advanci

WILLIAM A. EMMON
iilor and Proprieto
Display ad rates 50c per inch per
Position and extraordliitrv ycond
rates subject to special agreement
"Local Drift," 5c per line, first ins
2/2c each subsequent. Display
double aboye rates.
j-
M ulisll ness.
When other folks laugh,
I cry;
--wt When t lti -r fulk4-mrni,
I sigbh.
When other folks talk,
I'm dumb;
When other folks feel,
I'm numb.
When other folks go,
I stay;
When other folks work,
I play.
When other folks drag,
I fly;
If other folks live,
I die.
When other folks walk,
I ride;
Just to be on
Wronv side.
Old Sayilgs,
As poor as a church mouse,
As thin as a rail,
As fat as a porpoise,
As rough as a gale,
As brave as a lion,
As spry as a cat,
As bright as a sixpence,
As weak as a rat.


As pr uda :: a ac'ck.,
As sly as a fox,
As imad as a March hr'e,
As strong as an ox,
As fair as a lily.
As empl-y as air,'
As n: a-s .Vs : Crouns( .

?_ pure .as n r-C:g'el,
As ine as a pit.,
As smart as asteel trap,
As ugly as sin.
As dead as a door neaii,
As w=iti as a; shlct' ,
As lat as a pinCaI{ke,
Aai r.d as a beet.


As round as an apple,
As black aa your hat,
As brown as a berry,
As blnd as a bat.

As i i a a. ,
As p:ic :: ;': iig ,
As sharp as a stic.
As clean as a pe-nry,
As darm a- a 1:, i.a
As haiid as a iiiliAot~>o,
As bitter as gall.
As fine as a fiddle,
As clear as a bell,
As dry as a herring,
As deep as a well.
As light as a feather,
As hard as a rock,
As stiff as a poker,
As calm as a clock,
As green as a gosling,
As brisk as a bee,
And now let me stop,
Lest you weary of me.
The Brooklet.
Oh, silver brooklet, flowing ciar,
Forever speeding past me here,
I stand and ponder on thy flow;
Whence comes tnou? Where
thou go?
From out the rock's deep heart Ig
O'er flowers and moss my cou
guide;
There floats upon my mirror true.
The picture 0o the heaven's blue.

So, like a child withud.u a care,
I bound along, I know not ..L ;
He will, I tr.t.. m Leader ,.
V lm 'r>ui ..i .- ---
mne.

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ScM oUt wiSth +. wi.-:;: ie-t---
Ue 0: tIim.a
In the morning u anild u :,
First to work and aoo ot dou' -
This is hov; thae g a's attaincu,
,ThisiB i :nw t, p*i .. _
Be : tuni,.


ide d'-f
of lung t-o .l.e.- ilC aripe-

ands owe their lives atshotep t v
Like a sweet" toulnght in i sai
heart
when oiLer jos ht'7e .' ow.,
-'Ih aon st P. G ur

"I ala indebted' to Oahe >iii-ute .
Cure for my healthy and life. It cur
of lung trouble foilow-ing gripped T
ands owe their lives to the prompt
of this never failing remedy. It
coffghs, colds, croup, bronchitis, p1
nia, grippe and throat and lung trb
Its early use prevents consumption
is the only harmtess reinedy that
im'medimate relief, R. F. Brackin & S


SA A WTest idilaln ,& Free. Detaching a i f,,,n the bun- the "shortest distance between two me,..as I nave orr ala on an tne time.
e. T1he honey-bee is a native of lte die, he thliust. -st 'o the hole previ- points," with a swtaim of iiifuriated One afternoon one of them came td
., me and asked to get off to go hunting.
Eastern eienlispheie, vet we ihad in diun to putting it uis hand. He is bees after Lim me. t was ked to get off to go hunting.
S the V,.yagrs of Columbus" .jt a hnost hiden 1 c:,,.1 of angry Especially When at one of these and I said to hinl: "Valga, you do not
o r. he found wild honey in ,aollw trees bees, who, sinpe by-the smoke, points was safety, and at the otlier-- want to hunt. You want to get drink
mouth Rhd clefts of locks in the blandt of do not item to g1,izoi in l.im an bees. on Atni mo ow.Meuiles mescale and not
litio. the ; nti, wilih li f 190go to work tomorrow." But he Iked
ition the Antliles, which he first visited on enemy, and lhu ed. alight upon XWhen 1 had recov-tefd froifi my1 around and said I wanted to starve
t his second voyage il i493. him and his p:inti ui, and niany on panic, I returned to aid Meyong In werehis sodeer oint il the and that there
ertiou The bees in America most profita- his bare !egs. removing the honey. This was ac- to be killed. So I told him to go,
local Lie to us were introduced from Eu- TI heole i 9.to1 all, and Meyong compliahed without trouble, and was knowing well enough he would go any.
td how and proaabl take the whole 1to
rope, but thlcre was in the Wtest Ind- enlaiger it %ith- i.s cutnlasa previ- finally deposited on the ground and of his felland probws ably takeong with whole lot
ies, at the time of its discovery a spe- onl. ho.vervr, Ia 1 f.,I,.II a stag- the troughs covered with b,lisr were cosfellod. I did not think any-ifhe
ci.e- indigenous to tile new world.' ing ii,}oin wh :ch ~tlan,, shmi our leaves. We were able to move only thing more about hiI till after sunset,
It was ,nt a hlovly d'4 ii 'Apit il f.et benesh the lieelur, by tlhst-i a prtion of it to c- il..-Frederick stopping wor for the (lay. I said to
couch. beneath the frail shelter of a atnd lI" in in the brushl.. I.. hope you are.. .n.rsfi.
in the brush. I hope you are satis.ed.
uchbenath te frail ter (if a ',- Said he:,"Yes, I did have a good sleep,
roof of leaves, I watched mny Indian The faggots~. iIhi,. he had Size doesn't indicate quality Beware and I dreamed that I killed a deer. If
boy, Meyoyg, at his morning work. "u' a l"e ld are of counterfeits alid worth ess Salve offer-
bo Meyoug, at hi morning work. ed a piece oo a ed for Deitt'sWit Hazel Salve, D the enor ill ook ove there h wil
Alter the customary coffee had mkin bra lvnd now ia Witt's is the only original l An lin illilt see my son bringing him in." I looked,
heeti prcroi and brough t, he now" sedu l. a .tig,5als cure for piles and all skindis.ases -R. F. and there sure enough was a boy
been prepared and brought me, hie m to send up the pail Brackin & Son. staggering in with a doe on his back
returned to the fire and proeeued to with her thront freshly cut. The Seri
collect toithe fire a ndl proceed First, however, hle fi kis leaf- -+++H-I--: 1: !! 1 I! had nothing with him but a knife, and
collect together' four or fivebrands, lined pa er or basket a I examined thi loe all over. and there
some two feet in length, with blazing wit ged l. psack e ofb wa t RED BRONCH ..
S d i ni e with great flakes of wax, tl'\ilh. was not a mark on her except the slit
eo.. and bind them firmly into away the st which MARE'S DEATH. o in her throat. I noti.,ed tiat all four
flambeau, with tough lines. ,___ .. of her hoofs were oit. ;ud the 'apagos
n wih t h unees, brown and dry, and very soon has\ 4. -* noticing this said: "Ye,', it is true that
KLnowing it was unnecessary to full to t ito l.i Savage Indians of Mexico who, Pop- Ihel, do. u. A deer al'w.ays cants
ful to the top with honey-laden wax.4 ular Tradition Says, Are Able to l'e ra i her dowu. A dt always casts
question him when he had unrestrain- Run Down Deer-Race Between its hoofs v.hei run to death by a man."
ed power to do as he pleased in the Detaching it, he lowers it down byI HorneandaHumanOreyhound 2 ( find that that bl;vef holds good
T, amon t al tlit ndians. but I have Siuce
forest, I watched him as lie fastened or.e of the living ropes which sur- I I-I H I ; ; uon e ti.h sundiia r t I ha'w'en the
on his wicker pannier, and lined it .".i.t him, and draws up and fills "of (ote you have all seen that ground -;s ,y ajt and the aver are
wi oad lve the pail. I lay the wax, dripping old circus. fak of the 'an running fat a:.;t ti;'\.y. the sne ihing uftenLU
.i c u pe. is shoes, with honey, up,,n some long and against a horse on the quarter mile happen's it you r.n theliti down with
T.i.s oncetrapped to his shoulders, hippodrome track," said a man recent- hor&'cs.
he took up the tin pail, the cutlass broad leaves of the balisier, or wild ly returned from Mexico. "I want to "i;l ;at was Enminas' story of the Seri
adu blazing brands, and bade me tol- plantain, three feet long by one foot tell you that less than a month ago I runjuin1 power, but the next day 1
Blazing broad. saw a race of a man on foot aguinxlt happ(.ned tc get an exhiibition of it r !y-
low 'himn. a wild horse, where the man won,iand self tlhat saiisliitd me even better. Just
I did so, carrying, of coure, my At every successive descent of thl the race was on the dead level, too. It before we v.'ere going to bed tilh major
.-u (nI never a 't riend), ami ,-il it contains more and more liquid was down in Mexico bil the edge of the domo eln:i, tp) iJnid reported that the
S-u i (v e., t coie Ydown with little Ydaqui country, where they are just verba culotado had cmine into the
s'i...i.-i oi inyg gr,eo bket, vith a al at la- cesdown with little now pulling off their semiannual bar- troughs., it seii {t(e 'i'a colorado
.upp v o>i -crri,. a,,x, nothing ho t golden syrup, frag- gain counter insurrection. I wasdown was a little red mare, the incarnation
Snw te. 't w own the hi, rant and odorous. What shall I do? there looking after the interests of of a devil in trhe wild range horse. She
on the some people who had money in the had a reputation among all the 3,000
and st.:ppped aiulst in sight of thie Thee Y o bowl or pan to put it in. Yaqui places, and I wandered ovet' head of stock on the ranch, having
nokef ,, our firo 11 ,aui,. M3 youg sees my perplexity, and to the northwest to the edge of the bben aa mnv'rick so long that when she
e a t:, u shouts down io me to collect some of Seri Indian country, where I happened was tinaly caughtt up andl branded she
ie -ids OUc a a o.l l. sm 0 to see the man who could beat a run. was too wild to be of anyv use for ei-
;. -.. a. .i of -at -.-sapei spathes of the mnoun- ning horse. other work o:' breeding. She had nearly
._ o ,, ,s, vun ti" pI1ain-hlie shleathes that envel- "The Seri country is about 50 miles killed an Indian and a Mexican who
th tei of the seed-pods and northwest of Hermosillo, the capital had undertaken to break her and had
.1 .".. i U *d ti y f the sed-yods and of the state of Sonora. The Seris are been turned loose again. She never
v i iies, w. ic ,,ag i >,t h""ve t helni to protect flowers probably the most peculiar Indians in came into the ranch exct, in the dri-
,, a:d i,,, t.ckl cve- :d aferward seed from rain and the western hemisphere. They do not est weather, when all the outlying wa-
'.id > ". d : wind. seem to be related by language, cus- ter holes had gone dry and she was
t .o avo toms or physical make up to any forced to steal in at night for a drink
S- il .ise a l I it 'le near me. other known tribe. They are a race of from the big lanks in the corral. It
i, o ., i o' ) b-tt i. we ol these 'elfe like half a pea- big, black giants for the mo t part, had .m;!.----ed-. to a saying on the Costa
..og t eei. alf ao ome obf r ir n-i at' OiiniL g I, f teet 7 Rfila .nr .,it r,,, ',.. a'ronad when a
,he cypress of the sou i, but higher p ioti .-' i and two and nearly all of them one or two par'tiela:ly lid spell of drought oc-
and broader, its npper limbs j'agei feet broad ,r m, ef were quickly inches over six feo The women will curred, that it was bad enough to bring
ai rnea r-ts e i drawn to thle ,ree. average taller thatf'white men, so that the red mare home.
and weather-beaten, strethitig their re he tribe as a whole is a formidable "Old Enemas told the foreman to
in.itjiuou .- ,.v, 1 ty- we'r lai an fresli y wash- proposition. They have the pleasant keep the verba penned up for the
: :. .; L h. ite t .d ( ow ~ ot ior,'ing, and into habit of killing off all weakling chil- night and. then chuckling, rubbed his
: to ecy, and tfts foest. one of these I poied the honey, fast 'lren, as well as the members of the dry hands and said we would have
Sto e.y. and this orestie w e too old and feeble to some sport in the morning. Then he
it naich, of centuries, perhaps, was as it came to me from the tree above. shift for themselves, and the country sent a peon off to the Seri rancheria
almost ready to totter on its throne. An exclamatio caused me to look hey live in is so inhospitable that the to see if Pablo was there. While the
ribe is a tine type of the survival of messenger was gone he explained to
Meyong pointed to a dark 'spot as up, and I saw 6ty friend in agony, he fittest. In color and features they me that Pabla was one of the most
i;.te as ihan,,d, soinle Mixtv feet grimaces swiftly paying o'er his face, ire more like negroes than Indians, noted runners of the tribe, and as the
atove nS, nd I i.id. "y-ou lo lee urn?" I e e:ileawvord vainly to dis- tnd some of their rites and supersti- red mare was fit for nothing but kill-
ves, d d. oueav d vainly to di- ns seem ca have a distinctly African Ing anyhow he was going to match her
"See what?" lodge an intruding bea, whose success inge. It is a capital offense for one of in a sprint race with the Indian.
"Ze bees?" in finding a vnlnerabile spot on Mey. lhem to marry outside of the tribe. "When Pablo came up. It struck me
en I uly unerstood the ea- gs skin was 'oclained b that nd the principal tenet of their re- that if nny man could run down a
hen ly une he me g n was proclaimed by thatccording to the neighboring broncho horse he probably was the one.
ing of Ils preparati(,ns, which I had worthy in a howl of dismay. lexicinns, is to kill every one they He was ( feet 4 and weighed about
till then h.ridly sunmised. This was Now. Mevong was a good boy, and ,oet who is not of their own blood. 180, all bone and whipcord. Hie was
"All this don't blear on the horse black as a lead idol. and as nearly nak-
a bee-tree, the Ihtnxe of a swarm, one would serve me in anything, but ne ace particularly, but it will give you ed as the law allowed. Hle was bare-
oi the nuiiibelie- progevny o: .oilne would never lit-ten to my advice and oine idea of the sort of people the footed. too. but the old don explained
tees int u1 lope, wahvch iwdn, ',wii a wear his shirt in'eide his pantaloons. 'eris are and lend a color of probabil- to me that none of the Serfs ever wore
S.y to an othMrwise rather strong story. anything on his feet, which was the
i ut,,,ctd ye'ts aro. I argued with himi and entreated cpt he(araug all sorts of pipe stories way their trail was always to be dis-
Laying his gu,, at tlie ioot ,,l thie i,tn, but to nio etrcet. And I really ,f the Seris as soon as we got any- tinguished from a Papago's. Encinas
It i ti e ib -vhere near their country. The Mexi- explained to Pablo that he was going
1t, ai,. lpping off a fev leaves to believe if every aan in the Caib na- ans ae afraid of them and endow to turn the red mare loose in the morn-
a pairaite ivetrhiaul tlo pi tect it iroim tion were bitten by a busy bee every hem with almost fabulous powers of ing, and that .if Pablo could give her
the datmp,, Meyong seized hold oi a ,day in hi- mortal life he would still ','durnee and desert cunning. We ten feet start and catch her In 300
v ere told that a Seri could trail a man varas, approximately 300 yards, he
liane, cut it from its attachment at petsi t in reversing the order of his 'cro.s country by starlight and that could have her.
the base aind chlubed up intto the tree c,,verings. ''yv neovr ise-d horses except to kill "Next morning everybody who could
dost ( e0nu0;.,I t:,ec were no ltuimb. or And thus he ivent on, with alte,- 'd eat and! that they could run down spare the tiine assembled at the corral.
tt t er on foot. The deer story was re- The wild mare was inside, circling un-
eignii feet..) Ainiuit twenty feet iup, nate hiowlings andi exclamations of ;Uat-ld by everybody, but I never met easily and sniffing at every corner for
glide, be riested a m;,ntent ainid rfqutcstedi me sweeter chiaracter, such as Miel bien i ln:i' wh'o> pi'tendd to have actually an outlet. Encinemas drew a line ten
urse I at oh ii bul of smoking g d oce! (Hney very swe't) until the .eon it il w,-e stopped at tie Posta paces from the corral gate and told
!-' -ca ran:h. nwned! b, y otd Pasqua( En-. Pablo he must let the mare get over
gots t, a lio; he tie. drew is uii to g'.'atI palm troughs were full enough, nas.; right on the ed(e of the 'eri that before he started for her. Then a
him. atn .uck it o a t vice. :nty E i .rlil,..l it would be wfll to :t"-'. E:'-in;;s is t., Daniel Boone vaquero was sent inside to get the
S' t d iexico. and the man '.lho solved broncho started and the bart's were let
-''... *laahi. a didn't .!d.it. ., Seri problem f'or Sonora. lIe got a down.
' his ipplied i.li all I neede.l, I sat -'a::t of land from the gover'nmnent and "Pablo was waiting just at the open-
lan u ., ~. t i',road l co -- im. i"" a 1,llen tree, with .ttled do''-n right in Serl territory, ing, guiltless of any adornment except
...i..i l:ircomnued himself with a small a breechclout and a big butcher knife
S .l 'It wn ainong the tan- :y of vW'iueros and Papago In- strapped to his hip. I-t would be strain-
..... .- e e, exMe.I 1,, the gaze of all '. ns. as armed retainers, and fought ing the term to call him a bronze
'. ,we. s re ,,, ,,. ,I runlched the Ser'is to a standstill. Now they Adonis or Apollo or any other old
-l i- thonroughily afraid of him, and nev- Greek deity, for he wasn't. But such
tocu-- he great toe aid thi e waxes ,\ ,. *-ing' from those -ill his stock if they can find any another human greyhound I have nev-
to i, .aui walked tup, hand over band ,ia *** **' Iteir delicious .r brand on the range and never er seen. Standing 6 feet 4 and lean as
ti te rcess the ,,t his vaqueros from ambush with Pharaoh's kine, he hardly gave prom-
l,:> t,, o" toe..,' .. t poes the poisoned arrows unless they hap- Ise of the power that was really in
nier fastened to h.5i siouti- isst pr i alo thbc most .-. to have some personal score to set- him. Dark as a negro, but with long,
d.:es, ad tho ulca-tuss.a .g .. beit r ..As the old man and his followers straight hair falling almost to his
ji hs t gr r e i -t s planted some 300 Seris in that shoulders, and his white teeth gleam-
froi his bt gave hi -the appear- { A. I .i. ..re otf sweet .of the country it may be inferred ing as he occasionally moistened his


aace of a ln'ip-backed ionnkfy; a ** e.I1 to de- :i there are still some scores of that lips, he had a sinister look like one of
'IC needed u iti, hae, en j ,.'o. I as le :t, outstanding., the old Ethiopia, stranglers out of the
a"c h Encinas is very fond of talking 'Arabian Nights.' His powerful neck
i Ake. ,vu 3 an, a- 1 his coffee and cigarettes after and great race horse chest were his
.Creat parasit-s, lth leaves c'i itvhe ,;-r out under the brick floored most striking features, and if It had
i i i da of the ranchhouse, and he as- not been for those and his broad hips,
caage.,eaves, ai o-rcLids larg- a. di o .e, elet :jd me that he had several times his wasplike wAist and sunken abdo-
d .- peon~is cam:e .....: ; dow"n : y a i -. y iln vy seen Seris run down deer on foot. His men would have made him look almost
i. s> i.ti water i'i fl, teliCi inv ert- i explanation' was that they trail almost delicate.
.It ,,h-i- - i u h as well as dogs, running by eye, of "As the vaquero" rode into the corral
Sea.xes, as he went ,n. steadi . > t, s- course, instead of by nose, and that the broncho mare started for the open
n:i' c' iik of br i iishted a spec- they can go at a lope and keep a deer's gate. She shied froni the little crowd
At last he raed a pl.)in -.t be- t8ac 'or t' L eyonrg, who, trail through the brush, no matter outside and swept around the inclosure
c t S what sort of ground he crosses. One again. Pablo was waiting at the gate,
: h equal o l t str wa of them will start out and scare up a his foot braced against the post, and
,ta isthead of a -bnig, and t ie', s, ,ost ot "y" discom- deer In the mesquite and keep after stooping forward with his hands on his
Cough 1 hdi- i on witiih ue iha. he 1aws u.re it at a swift woff trot all day if neces- knees, every muscle like a spring coil-
ed s l i ary, never giving it a chance to stop ed up ready to be released.
e iin ;he firebraua trr i -scholar in for food or water. In the course of a "The red mare cane round again at
Stinited ends ,,to a dceice a little" unen-tatios, r'..minel, a Fesson' from day he will run tif off its feet and kill a gallop, and. as the vaquei'o made a
cuntes beow the hole the bees t' ,i .:ilesciibed, as ith a knife. feint at her with his rope, she swerved
ces below the hole, the ees tat .1 described, "'The first time,' -said the 61d man, and dashed through the gate like a
eumo- H, e H ignal mne t'o atata'ch the tin accitrfctely a i t 1n.1tO'of tfe ground 'that I ever saw a deer run down in Futurity winner at the wire. Almost
ubles. pail to a line 'o large i than fish- i ,..Iul.i permit, a 'e line foi the camp. that way was soon after I got well the Instant she flashed by Pablo was
n it line,' which I' d' and await furher Or-! T".id most ,ti .1~ i st.adit would settled here. The Seris were nomi- In the dust at her heels, but it was a
gives wh nally at peace with us for the time, standing start against a flying one,
io. ders. have rlei'.dhia a straight l ine was and I had a lot of them working for and by the time he had got Into his
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stride she had ic'eahsex ner ieaa to
or 20 feet. She headed straight across
the wide, dusty clearing Iilk .. deel
seeking cover, and the Seri at her flank
going heer JuIip for Jump. It was
race for blood, a case bf beastI n'-Ilst
beast, for the big. black, naked figure
looked lIke a wolf more than a man
and bounded free like a wolf at foi
stretch.
"HIalf way across the clearing be hai
closed up the gap again. Then a lono
black arm shot out, and in a single
spring he had the riare by the tall:
With a powerful twist he threw heir
and both of them 'disappeared to aI
minute In a cloud of dust. As It clear-.'
ed away we saw thei knife flash at her
thront. nil ".I.btun \\ %% caile upi Ptkblq
r'," r 011n--1-11-,11!Z L P I t |iiiT warmd
ulod In 1. is It nni drnkilig it.
"The distance wais measured, a scant
250 yards. No one held a stop watcJ4
on the performaniee, but I believe It,
would have cut considerably under .-
any existing record."-New York Sun.
Measuring a Tree.
Supposing a woodchopper in the
Airilie forest is told to get out a mast
for a yacht. He knows that he music
find a tree which is straight for '
feet below the branches. It would be
very troublelsbmbJ to climb trees and
measure them with a tape ieoasure,
so he, without knowing it, uses prac-.
tical trigonomnitry. He measures off
60 feet in a straight line from the tree,'
and then lie cuts a pole, which. whem4
upright in the ground, is exactly as talt
as himself. This le plants in thde
earth his own length from the end of
his G;0 feet.
For example, if lie Is six fek{ tall, he
plants his six foot pole 54 feet froni
the tree. Then he lies down on fff
back, with his head at the end of the
line and his feet touching the pole'
and sights over the top of. it. lie
knows that where his eyes touch the
iree is almost exactly 60 feet f &~f
the ground.-Weekly Bouquet.

Filial Love.
That's a pathetic story of the Gour-
don fishing boat crew. No class of men
face death more frequently than the
hardy fisher toilers of the sea, and
among none is a genuine heroism more
frequently displayed.
The Gourdon boat was manned t7,
a father and his fdur sons. ,-Whbei the
boat sank, three ,of the latter went
with her. The old manr got an 9ai, and:
soon the fourth son appeared by his'
side. But the oar could only support
one, and the lad, taking in the situag,
tion at once, bade his parent farewell
in the words, "Weel, weel, father, f
niauu jli~t awa'," and sank.
Only readers familiar wIth theo
erd dialect will fully appreciate tho
depth of kindly resignation and true'
feeling which the words denote. The
'father endured terrible sufferings, but
was ultimately picked up. "Greater,
love hath no man thanr thl1t"-West-
minster Gazetti ,
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Liver Complaiant.
Fuddy-What is the matter with
Harris? He seems all out of sorts.
Duddy-He is suffering from liver
complaint.
Fuddy-Can't he find anything to
help him ?
Duddy-IHe is looking around for a
new boarding house, one in wviien liver
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$ they must grow if their food PO
Snourshes them. Perhaps a 8
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past and as a reiSft the di-
gestion is weakened. If that *
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a lot of medicine; lust use
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sense and help' nature a
Little, and the way to do "
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I the mothfer should fAKe the
Semulsion. It will have a v
Good effect both upon the
mother and child. Twenty-
- five years provs t fact.
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yawn, or gape. Fowls often do this. preventing pneumonia or other serious Miss MAary Hanson has gone to (hi
Fish yawn: they open their mouths consequences. It also cures croup ind cago to spend the winter. Miss Ha
slowly until they are round, the bones has been used in tons of thousands of son is an acknowledged belle in tl
of the bead seem to loosen, and the leading circles of Sawdust (_i.,-.."
of thehenad seem to loosen, and the cases without a single failure so far leading waited until her employer h

Dogs are Inveterate yawners and as we have been able to learn. It had time to read the "personal," at
stretchers, but seldom sneeze unless not only cures crou', but when given then she said with withering scorn:
they have a cold. Cats are always as soon as rthe croupy cough appears, "As I have always been accustom(
stretching their bodies, legs and claws, will prevent the attack. In cases of to going with the best in my town at
as every one knows who has a cat for whooping cough it liquefies the tough as I don't believe you ever have yeo
Spet. mucus, making it easier to expectorate, name on the society page of the Su
Horses stretch violently when and day papers I guess I can't af ordy
afte, on alleging foun a roll, but not, as a and lessens the severity ad frequ y stThe Side woman declared

A stag when stretching sticks out his driving that disease of all dangerous domestic incident closed.-Chicago I
head, stretches his fore feet out and consequences. For sale by L. M. ter Ocean.
hollows his back and neck as though Ware, St. Andrews and Bayhead and Unique Way of Identification.
trying to creep under a bar. all medicine dealers. The Saunterer happened to be in
Most ruminant animals stretch when -The supper and entertainment at prominent bank, where he saw an ide
they rise up after lying down. Deer the school house last Friday night war tification effected in the most uniqi
do It regularly; so do cows. This fact way yet heard of. A young railro
is so well known that if a cow, when a pronounced success in every respect. way yet heard of. A young railroe
Everybody who attendear:::d ht thei man came hurrying in with a cheek
arlsiug from lying down, does not Everybody who attended brought their cash. He was not known in the bai
stretch herself it is a sign she is ill. appetites witn them and feasted as long except by one man, and hlie, of course
The reason for this is plain-the as food was to be had, for everything was out.
stretch moves every muscle of the eatable disappeared as it by magic and "Well, here's my railroad pass," sa
body, and If there he any injury any- the committee of arrangements may he, producing the transportation can
where it hurts.- Pittsburig Dispatch. well congratulate themselves that the made out In his name. "Will this do'
dishes were left. The net proceeds in The cashier took it and compare
the endorsement on the back with tl
Warr:ke Boys. cash amounted to about twenty-five dol- writinheudg on the pass
All boys in tle' Malagasy schools are lars, which will make a good beginning "That won't do you any good," sa
enrolled spearsuieI when they have towards purchasing the paint and oil to the owner. "All our passes are ma(
passed n certain standard. They are be used in painting the churches, for out before we get them."
so adept with this weapon that at close which object the supper was planned. "I guess It's all right," said the cas
starters the lare troops armed with The editor of the Buoy was out of town ier hesitatingly. "Haven't you som
ais a rud Iayon troops armed wit and unable to attend, but he under- thing else'?"
stands, the ladies, who are to be thank- "Well, was the answer after a m
Stment's thought, "I've got aun itemize
Lewis Dennis, Salem, In., says, Kod- ed for suggesting and successfully con- dentist's bill in my pocket, and yc
ol Dyspepsia Cure did me more good ducting the affair are well pleased with can compare it with the fillings in In
hat o eat antI cannot help but cu4e the result and duly appreciate the teeth," and 'le displayed the latter
dyspepsia and stomach troubles. R. p. the hearty co-operation of those who a broad grin, which secured for hi
'.rackiu Son. attended and partook of the feast, the money.-Philadelphia Inquirer.


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SA 1 M E L 0 C A DR IFT -For Furniture, Spriigs, Mattress-
M A i L L A DR IeF T. s, etc., go to T. C. Danford'.

-Look at Mauger's Advertisement. -The L. B. Q will cure a cold in one
-Rov. Loudermilk preaches at the day For sale at the Pioneer Drug"
Baptist church, Wednesday night, the Store,
2 --Handsome letter heads with St.
-For Sale-A few bags f Navy Andrews Bay date line and views of
either St.Andrews Bluff, or Buena Vista
Beans. Call on or address A. H. BRAKE, Point, at 8c. per dozen; also map of the
St. Andrews Bay, Fla. St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
-A vood big Tablet for 8 cts and a letter sheet at 12c. per dozon, at the
good thick school tablet with 175 leaves BUOY office_
for 10 cts; all with handsome covers and Great Rejoicing!
NiOTr.-It must 1b remembered that the good, ruled paper, at the BUOY office. N re Medicine!
wind is not a wholly reliable motive pow- No More Medicine
er and if the sailors sometimes find it im. -The Kalamazoo Celery 2Nerve and 'PThe Dr. King Chill Pad cures Chills. It
possible to make schedule timeit must be Blood Tonic is the best. A guarantee it fails we refund your money. $100,000
ehargedtothe elements; they do the best certificate goes with every bottle. For to hack our guarantee. It is a sure pre-
tiey ean. sale at the Pioneer Drug Store, St. An- tatire. If our druggist does not
TeBay. StorerSt.sAnkeep them we will mail you one on re-
The schooner Young from Ke -A well attended dance was enjoyed ceipt of Irice-$1.00. THE DR. KING
The schooner Young f -A well attended dance was enjoyed CHILL PAD CO., Memphis. Tenn.
West arrived Sunday and proceeded at Ware's Hall last Saturday night, and
to Millville, where she is loading the low temperature kept the dancers A Broken Shoestring.
with lumber for Cuba. This is the moving at a lively pace in order to be "There goes a ian who may wish
first shipment from the new mill of comfortably warm. before long that he had a good. sound
rath e St. Andrew Lommber oanwi -Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Davis of the shoestring in his shoe," remarked n
the St. Andrew Lumber Co and will new-born eight- man to a friend as a rather slipshod
csis of about 90,000 feet. uWest End welcomed a new-born eight- individual passed them on the str-ot
consis oabout90,000 feet. poundgirlbaby, Sunday morning'. Dr. The man referred to had a bre.!:,',
The schooner Ariel arrived from Kester who was in attendance, reports shoestring in one of his- shoes, and ih.
Pensacola last Wednesday night and mother and child doing nicely. other had been spliced In sel, r;a
after discharginH f, ight at -Our correspondents will please bear places.
at. iscl ,ng i 1n innck- imdithat.t heia ,Vors.xtrtustbemanlled "I am not talking fr im the poi:.t o:
wat^ .(.psooe.ct utp N'ortif B:y early enough to reach us not later than view of neatness." went on the -
for naval stores; returned Saturav n man, "but on account of anir accilI-.a
d tesat Mondayevening;otherwisetheycannot that befell me recently. I was Li,,ou
and went to complete her-cargo from apnear in the current issue. to get off a street car when the -b,,.,c
East Bay tuipentiiiie camps. -Bringyour ordinary school ink bot- string in one of my shoes snapped. I'
The schooner Nettie arrived from tle to the Buoy office and for 5c get it had been tightly laced, and the bieak
Pensacola Thursday morning with filled with Arnold's celebrated Chem- occurring when it did, just as I ha(
one passenger and heavily laden with ical Writing Fluid-the very best ink enoughto makend mefrlose thmy balance
fright. S..e ailed aai or P made. Must have your own cork. I felt myself falling to the street. There
ola, .sailed again r a -Just received the finest stock of was a trailer on the car, and I wat
cola Mon ay evening. perfumes, candies. genuine maple su- pretty badly scared, as I thought that
TILe schooner Hempstead arrived gar, figs, dates, prunes, English car- I stood a good chance of-getting a le
frbm Pensacola Thursday afternoon rants, apple butter, quince butter mince underrthe wheelto straightenkily mar
freighted with merchandise for East meatin bulk at the Pioneer Drug Store. got clear with nothing more nan a
Bay bu-niess houses. -It you are thinking of buying prop- painfully twisted ankle.
erty in St. Andrews or immediate vi- "A shoestring is a smaP thing. bu
PACKET SCHOONER cinity, you cannot afford to purchase would always hae I a good one in m1 that
T .until you have conferred with the pro- wo P sburg cav .-Telegrap
prietor of the BuoY. If you are short of shoe."-ittsburg.' 1-Telegraph
RGB'T C. GWALTNEY, - MASTER. money and want to buy on longtime for G. H. Appleton, justice of the peace
LeavesSt. Andrews Bay every Tuesday, actual settlement you can be accommo- Clarksburg, N. ., says, "DeWitt's Littl
leaves Pensacola every Friday, dated. Erly Risers are the best pills made fo
weatherr permitting). constipation. We use no othes.
weather permitting)to Special atten- -The Buoy will receive by next boat Qickrly cRes all liver and bowel troul
forwarding freight for narties living on from the Pomona Nurseries of Griffing les. IR.F. Br3.ckin & Sot.
East and North Bay, passengers for Bros. Co., Jacksonville, Fla., a lot of
points on either arm of the Bay can fine Waldo and Florida Gem peach The horses, the st l, Hordy breed o
depend upon securing prontpt trans- trees, which will be for sale at 15 cents the steppes, are worked up to the Ins
portation at reasonable rates. For Te the stapdos, are worked up to the las
further information apply to each, Thess peaches are recommend, ounce the ou good road or bad
L. M. WARE & Co., Agrs ed to be by all odds the best and most and wilen they r leach the welcome postl
reliable peach for this latitude. louse are tied up under a mere lean t
NAPHTHA LAU'10H, -L. T. Travis, agent Southern R. R,, and there left all in a lather to free
Selina, Ga., writes, "I cannot say too stiff until their turn of service come
LU IR L IN E, Selina Ga., wrtes, I cannot say too und agnin. For some reason which
CAPT. D.M. WITHERILL. ruch in praise of One Minute Cough I have never been able to aseertai
Carries the East Bay Mail between St. Cure. In my came it worked like a they are invariably tied ip with their
Andrewp Bay, Wetappo and intermedi. charm." The only harmless remedy uedis d(Irnwn as tigh as they will go
ate points. Leaves St. Andrews daily that gives immediate results. Cures )tu tat;ini tlniiin out for another stag
(except Sunday) at 6:00 a. mn.; arrive at coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, and the driver, whose whip has a sort c
Wetappo at 12:30 p. m.; leave Wetappo all throat and lung troubles R. F. anw tooth arrangement affttixed to th
at 1:00 p. in.; arrives at St. Andrews at Brackin & Son. d on the side of the stock opposite
7:30p. m. Makes landings regularly at racin n ash. roughly scrapes off with
:H.iraison. Oromanton, Parker. Pitts- -The Buoy has a limited quantity of he fnla:' frost which has thickly it
burg, and Farmdale. Freight landed at California sorghum, or suaar cane seed vrustei their 'I g- and. indeed, their
any postoffice wharf. For pT--e;:,., and for sale at 5c. per ounce; 40c. ner pound. whoIl to wies.
ein'eigtit rates, lee rate card in the sev- This cane grew ten feet hi -,h ...1 w 4+,. At<.- i e, ,- tr ant walk wit
M -..t.heBu..o. ....a '. th~heBuoy gait of a Dutch doll; but. a i t;
Fatrm the past s.ea iin, T,'d is very rich river si.ys.-lhe "soon warms them up.
'o thie Deaf.---A rich lady, cured in saccharine matter. If ordered by .tnotihcr pectfirity of these marvelous
of her Deal'noue and Noises in the Head mail, add ci per ounce for postage. needs is that they always get a pfil
by Dr. Nicholson's Artificial Ear Drums, mail, add c per ounce for postage. il oref ice cold water to dri
ga9e $10,000 to his Institute, so that Also a few Nonesuch strawberry plants before starting out for their "trick" o
deaf people unable to procure the Ear for sale at 50c. per hundred. the road, with the result that the
SDrms may have them free. ghAddress No. -Taxes for 1S99 became due Nov. 1. lrrcubl;! all over in a manner pitiab

New York. and all those who are depending upon to see. but otherwise seem to be onl
the Buoy to attend to the payment of the more tit for their work.-Blacl
A Week's Weather. theirs will, of course, remember that if wood.
The following table gives the maxi- they have a sufficient tax account cred- It is said that the first weeping w!
mum, minimum and mean tempera- it to cover the amount, the payment low in England was planted by Ale:
tures, the rainfall and direction of the will certainly be attended to; but if ander Pope, the poet.
wind, for the twenty-four hours ending they have not such credit and satisfac-
at 7 o'clock p. m., as indicated by U. S. story arrangementf to that end have not "The Pilgrim's Progress" has bee
government self-registering thermom- tory arranuementf to that end have no T Pil3ilr ages and dis
govers. Max:Min. Mean. R'n W'd been made, they just as surely will not translated Into 203 languages and di
Jan. 31 57 35 46 .52 nw be paid by the Buoy. les.
Feb. 1 41 25 37 .00 w -The Buoy has just received from To Cure a Cold in One Day
2 53 23 38 00 w D. M. Ferry & Co., the veteran Seeds- Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablel
4 66 50 58 .12 w men of Detroit, Mich.. a line large All druggsits refund the money if
5 73 45 59 .00 w package of vegetable and flower soeds. fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S sign
6 60 48 54 1.35 e The reputation of this great seed firm tureon every box. 25e.
Forweek...-60 I 37 I 48 I 1.99 I is too well koownto require a reference T Ladies of fashion iect.
in these colums; but the editor wishes A faiti:y living in a North Side fl
Parker Lodge No. 142 to say that, for thirty years or more he welomed a new houneinaid last wee
J.E ? .& A. J\>. has used more or less every season, of Ihe girl had just come from Michi it
Regular (Jommuni- their seeds, and he cannot recall a sin- and her aipi;> dance was or'poeisses
catiouns on the first gle instance where failure of satisfacto- Aig. Skee'n aritetr her advent it was di
and third Saturday ry results could be unhesitatingly eove'd tirt sie ws inied trer
ineachmoth, charged to the poor quality of theseed, tht' famly with a p^atronziig air.
in each mnontitt*."Mary. you must do better, oi' I she
S \ Visiting Brothers or where they failed to come true to have to find soae one to take yo
PFRATERNALLY INVITED. name. There are plenty of reliable ,aee." the mistress remarked the ot
E. PALMER, W. M. seedsmen in the United oStates, but D. er morn;ng.
W. A. EMMoNss, Secretary M. Ferry & Co. stand at the head. "I don't allow any one to speak
S--There is no better medicine for ba- tue that way," replied Mary, with
toss cf her head. "'i'n just as good
tResting the Museles. bles than Chamberlain's Cough Remin- you are, I want you to know it."
When a man is tired, he stretches his edy, Its pleasant taste end prompt Mary flounced out of the room an
arms and legs and yawns. Birds and e ui- mv tI
animals, so far as possible, follow his and effectual cures make it a favorite returned in two minutes with t
xamniple with mothers and small children. It weekly paper from her town. Among
Birds read their feathers and also quickly cures their coughs and colds, the social items was the following:


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Will you ..:is-u favor uai by iils.ert- '
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The lliejI' te churches extend t
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d, '" Li' n t m 1, I.. .. y t.,

-1r1,, q 1 .. t l.tlo-
ight 11. .. i i t .'t i' t ti
t u. t for the use of h!s "clerk."
The (ier da lightning struck, and
the eoor op. u'.-d1 slowly, while a voice
,'-.1 d with as'sttoug Irish accent ask-
Ad if the lawyer was in.
"James," said the rising disciple of
Blackstone, tiu-. up from a couch
at the time, "I wish you'd step around
to the First National bank and tell
them that the amount of that draft
isn't quite right. It should be $1,575,
instead of $1,525, and before you re-
turn drop into Mr. Johngre's office and
tell him I've collected that $3,500 claim
for him. While you're there, step
across the hall and inform Mr. Fogo-
boll that unless that note for $10,000 is
paid in the morning I shall begin fore-
closure proceedings. Don't lose any
time, as I've a great deal of work for
you this morning."
"Be hivins!" gasped the client pro-
spective, who had progressed as far
as the doorway into the inner office,
"this be's no place fer me wid er two
dollar fifty cint claim ter k'lect." And
he departed.--Mihwaukee Wisconsin.

Things They Did In 1700.
An advertisement in a facsimile is-
sue of a Maryland paper in 1773 shows
that the housewives of that day used
cooking utensils of a kind that only a
favored few can offord to use new. A
coppersmith "from Lancaster" living
"*I:..tii.,n--T.,wti" advertises copper
ti-iIh %all, wash L'ttle-. copper and brass
brewing kettles, saucepans, coffee and
chocolate pot;, stewpans and Dutch
ovens.
Tiwio vaqs pl'"ity' h.I-lp In the
h,,.. .!,,.,1 1 ,f. A .it!h t!,. .In'. . Sev-
'. i l h i i t i s i' f r . ,Ip-t. In
1"--# --i'(!- ,, *in. -: Bro-
1: 't *^W i '.ly .",'*:1,," l, -,_,-. the
fa '. -. 1, ,- ,. f, i '" -. ,'] I '.;'.'- for a
(i :!. e r oth.ir .i:.rr-t .i- lence.
-- i-- 1 1" ,.iw i',,r f:ia.'. i I', Let of
p..... I 11::1 ;, I'' i .,.b t,-v '.M'\i;L E--
.a .1 1.:,ui:- > li,-. a N !: ;[:, ~HtR L.,
about 12 .- s ..l!."
NY, .,-7,u :!.l- in certain kinds of
business at h!'it time, for a irnm of
"taylo'-'" ii .-rti.: tL-i';r business eis
two d.,.'i'' fri' ii i'.-. t'Clull' i's tavern.
PI ,.,,p,- li1 ti, h', or a little gossip nI
those .l,i; a a's ti.iv.. :iindl what may
be call..I .l es -n y ',... f.3il._-ws the no-
tice of a '.'-, d'ii: arnd itit'i:riis the pub-
lic th t ; I l: 1:1 lil;-ili i,.- in St. M a-
ry's tI I.. L-i.' i, 1 L-,u-',i : i ster-in-law
to her -v iti u.ti0,.-pr ail i- (l Gentleman
Son-in law toliii Sti-'ii-law."

James W'iicomuenb tiIe".s Joke.
Janm \'iic,.-'iai lib' .t : d Nye were
a peculii-' l_.iil. T'.-y \v -i'e everlast-
ingly 'lhiying l,ra..-t'. al j...k s.
I r' Utpiitl.,e'p.l-vhl"D we were riding to-
gotier iu th ,iidking compartment
betwi'.''. (. ,luluui:- and Cincinnati. Mr.
Ny '.-.:s a r..iat i ocker, and Mr. Riley
did u...t li-ile t.l-.tcco. An old farm-
er ettime o'.i' t' M.I,. Nye and said:
".A.' yu Mi'. liley? I heard you
was i.,u the hitid."
"N.., I ,II Liut Mr. Riley. He is over
there."
"I knew h>. f:tihlr, and I would like
to speak with Iii bI'."
"Oh, speak xith i ,im, yes.- But he is
deaf, and you want to speak loud."
So the f.i n'--' went over to him and
said in a loud voice:
"Is this Mr. Riley?"
"Er-what "
"Is this Mr. Riley?"
"What did you say?"
"Is this Mr. Riley?"
"ilek yes."


captain, As. E.LARK
Captain, JAs. E.CLARK.1


In frnic til"es t i":t (:',s n,: o1 5 T s' rd P

roirl'edl to ,.: ci' c(nfesou and, ._ .._ _.-----s-----------.-
further, to .iak:e satisfaction for the : 1ASS:EN T C-
scndnal given by their bad example lby
doing p'Inae(e publicly in a white sheet Mobile to St Andrews Bay and 5 00
in their parish church. The sheet was oc to ...Cromanton .
used to show clearly to every one Apalachicor a ...........7 00
which was the offender. CarraLelie ............ 8 00
The last time that public penance EAT P'ND
was done in an English church was
on Sunday evening, July 30, 1882, when LEAVE.
a man named IIartree, in the church of 5th, 15th and 25th at 7 p.m.......... St A re
All "Saints, East Clevedon, made an 7th. 17th and 27th p.... m ....Crom
open confession of immorality and ..Apal
promised to perform the penance thus 8th, 18th and 28th a.m........
ip.po-ed on imn bythevicar. 9th, 19h and 29th amin........... Car
No White sheet was used on this oc-
casion. T he last case in which one Connects at Apalachicola with si
w;s used i ,p)"]a's to have been one in Carrabelle with '. '. & G. Railroad for
t. ,'ii"]et's church. (Chester, in 1851. For further information, freight r
'ht o:i that occasion tle penance was Address, CAAPT. oAS
.ot ipublie. the church door being ---" -
!. BOARDING
In t" 'p-evio.s y'nr, however, pub- BOA ING'
.i' ;. '.:.::; sheet was lone
n i'. 1-:' :r:(i in Essex. and a
:"! i::.'y l illn Dton church M R S. L. T ON E,
,,: pi'.t i, 1-1.).- Stray Stories. 0or. Buena Vista Avenue and
L. M. Ware guarantees every bottle of Drake Street,
Cnamberla n's Cough Remedy and will
refund Ihe money to any one ewho is not Is Prepared to Eite tain
satisfied after using two-tlirds of the R eula and Traesiont Gust
contents. This is the best remedy in the
world for lIgrigDoe, coughs, colds, croup I
and whooping cough and is pleasant and With Plesant Rooms
safe to take. It prevents any tendency ol and Good Board at
a cold to result in pneumonia. Sold by
L. M.Ware, St. Andrews and Bayhead and REASONABLE RAT S
all medicine dealers. *


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St Andrews Bay to .\|':l.1i.,itina.. 2 0b -
S 4 1 Carrabelle..... 3 )
Apalachicola to Carrabelle....... 7

WEST BOUND.
ARRIVE.
obile......... 1 th, 22d and 2d a. m.
nanto y..... ..] th, 21 st and 1st a. m.
achicola........]lth, 21st and 1st p.m
LEAVE.
rrabelle... 10th, 20th and 30th noon

steamers up Chattahoochee River. At
Tallahassee.
ates and special rates for large parties
* C(LAIKK, Mobile, Alabama.


PARKER'S
HAIR BALSAMe
Cleanses and beautifies the hoir.
Promotes a luxuriant growth .
1 = Never P il to Bestore cIra
K3 Hair to its youthYful olor.
BCures scalp diseases & hair lallIng.
e Sc,and 1.00at Druggists

To PATENT Good dem
may be secured by
our aid. Address,
'THE PATENT RECORD,
Baltimore. Md.
Subscriptions to The Patent Recor' $1.00 per annum.
The Arabs show their friendliness
when meeting by spanking hands six or
eight times. Aralbs of dktinolion.go
beyond this: thlty emubr':tra alch other
several ties.


PU.-


Effect of A:t:lA:e. .>
Pe arlnps in no 1st:' o' ot '> '-" has
mate so much to do with the chi2.'iC
r of the people as in Colo'i;-.ao is t
utention of a writer In .irslee's. 1t'
is in part: .-
"Go into Colorado, C!:n") tl'b' long
scent from the level of the ....' .
id then as you ei(n r;;'e from Ih '.' t.ari
to the handsoiltIy imiiu'Pro street
id ahnopg the iltiIi: ;:.r'-'sed I' l an:
one r.'s..i' L'..S of L' uvei' feel you1
ead swim with the lofty altitude amn
ie rarefied air; tilhen r'eal:ae that lih
iners went on a miile frither into thi
ir, that they are work nA, an.It tnkin
ut millions of dollars of gold to th.
resent day a mlile higher in the air a1
ripple Creek, at Leadville and a dozei
their places. It will make you pause,
o think what exaltation there is ii
welling there always, what staying
owers the pioneers iimust have ha:l.
"Wait a day or so until the'vertig(
as passed away and the exhilaration
comes to you that always comes wlher
'ou have climbed a mountain anr
stood upon its top and gazed out ovei
wide world that expands below you
lTb,.u you will begin to feel that elec
tic. ihat nervous surcharge, that in
.1.: ,i,[ i)ble, undiscouragenble, almost
..-,. lng spirit of elevation and stIll
'll'[ "f'-'el^ ii.-u that makes ColoraIdo
-T- lit- *I'i r. the menOS't Tr
1ir'--ilie, the most determined element
in i1,e American body, social and polio
S7.-."-
HIs Happy '"titure.
The Saunterer happened to be dining
with a friend the other evening, and
of course the table's population include
ed the inevitable 5-year-old boy. The
latter had fallen into the habit of ask
ing for all kinds of impossible things.
being refused and going howling from
the room in obedience to the command
He would re-enter two minutes later
with :y half dozen dirty streaks and
a brightly -accept-your-apology smile on
his face.
On this evening, after the third ex-
cursion, he suddenly conceived an af-
fection for the sugar bowl. He reached
for it, got it and as promptly gave it
up in response tootbe threatening hand
of his mother. His father glanced up
casually, waiting for the usual out-
burst before he sent him out, but in-
stead the child's face brightened, and
his eyes twinkled with anticipation.
"What are you so glad about, Wil-
lie?" asked his father.
"I w-uz thinking answered Willie-
"I wuz thinking of all the sugar I'm
going to Lave when everybody else in
this Louse is dead."-IPhiladelphia In-
quirer.
A Mountain of Alum.
In China, 121, miles from the village
of Liot-Chek. there is a mountain of
aluit)N which, in addition to being a nat
ural curiosity. is a source of wealth
for the inhabitants of the country, who
dig from it yearly tons of alum. The
mountain is not less than ten miles in
circumifere'ne at its base and has a
height of 1,!)4(0 feet. The alum is ob-
tailned by ,iunrrying large blocks of
stone, which art-, first heated in great
furl'nc.s and then in vats tilled with
hoilinrg water. The alumin crystallizes
out n!d for(is a layer'' about six inches
In tl :'rems. This layer is subsequent-
ly ti;okent upt into blocks weighing
aboul ten pounds each.
onkc-ys l Fearless.
Until a nion'key is beaten lie has no
fear. He would as soon attack a lion
as a gnat, and as long as lie can look
into your eyes he will not submit. He
considers himself the master. Avert
the head and he gives in. This is a
recognized fact among animal train-
ers. The ringtail monkeys taken about
by Italians are very gentle and are
never whipped.

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I. J. : M IUGER,


CROMANTON, FLA.


We Have Good Pickled Beef at Sc per lb.
Saur Kraut at 4c per Ib, Fine Quality.
Snyder's Ready Mixed Buckwheat Flour, 2-lb package 10c.
Fine Quality Prunes at 100 per lb and Raisins at 12o. per lb.
Corn', 61c per bit.; Meal, 63c. per bi.: Lard. 7 1-2c. per lb.
Pork. 7ic per pound.
Twenty pound pkg High Grade Flour for 50c; Oil at 17c per gal.
Green Coffee for 12c. per pound; Arbuckle's "Ariosa" for 121c per pound.
We have, too, a nice lot o" lemons at 20c per .1lz ; (oco units at 5c each.
We are headquarters-this spring for D. 31. FERRY & CO'S SEEDS!
: T ~ Y T I-I E ]IV I
We i ave a full li'ie of Tobacco andi Cheroots, just received from factory.
Try Our New Workingmen's Suspenders, at 28c0.to 34c, per pair.
We have on hand a supply of
Tilhlma n's Condition P o w d e r,
A Sure Cure for "Salt Sick."


finds most women sick with painful periods, T
headache. nausea, weakness and extreme
nervousness. A bottle of ......


s(GERSTLE'S FEMALE PANACEA)i
will stregthen the womb and
restore it to natural conditions.
a CURED WITI O INE iIIBOTTLE.
I was weak and in very bad health, and was
not able to do imy work. I used one bottle of
G. F. P. and it did me more good than any-A
thing I ever used. I am now enjoying good
health and can do all of my work.
Gin, Ark. MIRS. S. E. CHANDLER.
Try G. F. P. at once. It will make you
Strong, vivacious, regular and cure you of
any form of female weakness.
PRICE 1.00 A BOTTLE.
Write to our LADI)ES HEALTH CLUB in chargee
of laties exclusively. Explain ail about your ca e
Sandthewilla e dviyou fillv on how to reaein
Ayourhealth. Address'i %',F -- HEALTH CLUB,"*
Scare of L. GERSTLE & Co., CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
If your druggist does not handle G. F. P. askA
lion to send lor it. otherwise sed us your order
and $1.00 and we will supply you direct.
L. GERSTLE & CO., Chattanooga, Tenn.j


"I knew your father."
"NO 1.., -c.' -
"I knew your father."
"What?"
"I knew your father."
"Oh, so did i!"
And in a C. i% moments the farmer
heard him talking in an ordinary tone
of voice.-.
An Editor's Life Saved -by
Chlamberhdn's Cough ikemedy.
During the early part of October, 1896,
I contracted a bad cold which settled on
my lungs and was neglected until I fear-
ed that consumption had appeared in an
incipient state. I was constantly cough-
ing and trying to expel something which
I could not, I became alarmed and after
givingthe local doctor a trial bought a
bottle of C'i,,ml..- i.iiji's Gough Remedy
and the result was'immediate improve-
ment, and after I had used three bottles
Piy lungs were restored to their healthy
state.--B.S. EwwARDS, publisher of The
Review, Wyant,Ill. For sale by L. M.
Ware, St. Andrews and Bayhead and all
medicine dealers.



Tenat Wanted

At the I'i.,Y FARM adjoining
Pittsburg, .j In',t-Bay. An honest,
indtstiious Lani with small family
will be I- .i.1 l 'av- sinit le ilana


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RACKET STORE!

Corner of E"avecw and WLyc r, : .venes ion Bay Front.

Gl.assware. Tinware and Notions!
W\htt von canii'-fid at any otllhe Slre, come ,, the R A C K E T
ST 0 R E ail get.
Bread, Pies E.urf Cl, [CtA.ialtisie.

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THE POPULAR



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Isthe Piace for Passengers Coing to and from-

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ST. ANDREWS

"PRICES CURRENT.

4tigar, lb Tea, l lb
Granulated ...... 6 He No ....... 55
Cotl'ee,A ...-. 5t/ Gunpowder.. 40
Lt brown ..... 5 Uncol'd Jap.40-60
ifTee, Cond milk, V can
Green .... 12,7i20 Unsweetn'a.10
A lu-ckleI,l. 12-1 ', Sweetened .... 8
;.iNeu'r eual, ;5 31h225 Baking powder
r-iek r', i. ) Roya'l .... .. 5 i
.",har>" Ili-,; *2iJ,>j0 C' ,npi .,, -11 . 10
{. i.i.- ns C n.h e ii n it.
L.,:,id., n i,, e .8-15 I'e .h .ln .. 10a20
Vi leni a .. .. 8 .l. t iit t .e .8 l 2
{ic .. ... 6 A plc .. 10
I .pploe. Ll ... .. .. ."
Eltipnled .. l'.i l n u i- .. .. .... Il
DI -. r ..:' 8 A pi put ...... li1-21)
.-m-.I Oil- prg.tl .... 1 Str ie.li.t ie '. II
;.Its lilr e. . .. .21. 1 'il. p ple .. l. l-'.il
ruilo tilt .' l l 411 < I-i M. .Itt
lTIi .' . . .. . 1. ': .
ih,.co Ipr ib I 1 hPl',! d EL [1 1- '-5
3 u tter .... .. 2.,--.t) l,, -, .t ..0.. r. 9?
bard .... .... 8-10 S.in,.n. I.5
eieans ............ 4 ('.niiund V\ .vt l..
J ),,o.. ,.it 11^._ . 10 I'...I .I I',^. .an 10
fiuit 'n'i.i ... 10 Corn. ..... 10@ 15
Jell glass; l0.,".! Peas ........... 10
time Juice ...... 43 V'umpk in . 1
Eggs per doz... 15
PnOVISIONS.
Flour Pork
Am'nSwau /. 2.25 D. S. pr lb ...... 71
Majestic .... 2.75 Bacon Sides.... .8
Corn Meal prbu60-70 Fresh ....... Sal0
Oat Meal pr lb ... 5 Br'kf'st Bacou. II
Corn perhu. .... 55-60 Ham canvassedl2
potatoess Shoulders ..... 10
Irishli ....... 1 20 Beef
garly R'se seed 1.20 Corned ....... 8
Sweet..... 75@80 Fresh ........ 8al
3alt, pr sack ... 85 Dried ........ 25
Table ........ 5 Milk pr qt ..... 10
H HARDWARE.
Nails, ner lb3-a4i Ax,with handle. 75
G(alv wire do.6a6i Hoes, each .. 35;50
Manilla rope... 9al20opper paint, can 45
stoves cook,. .. --', Linseed oil, gal55@60
Pipe, per joint 15
DRY GOODS,
Prints, per yd. 5a8 Checks .......5a5l)
Sheetings . 5a9 Flannel. ...... 15a40
Muslin ....... 9all Thread per spool. 5
leans. ..... 15a45 Shoes, ladies..$1a2 75'
"Extra pants pat 225 Men's... $1 40a300
MISCELLANEOUS.
Hay pr cwt. .75a .115 Oats pr hu ....... 55
Br na .......... 1.25 Brick pr M.... .13.00
Rope Sisal ..... 7@9 Lime pr il...... 75
FRUIT and NUTS.
Oranges pt' do . Pecans ipr 1 ..... 15
Apples ........ 12 Walnuts ........ 20
Lemons ......... 25 Almonds........ 15
OYSTERS
itn shell prl,00 1.50 Opened pr q0 .. 15v
LIVE STOCK.
Horlec.. $30al0<) Cows....... $151.$25
Mules .... $50a$100 1:..'. .. ... $3to$41
'xen. pr yoke .$30 !.. -p ......... .
[', I- l i-
oC .. I.,,, h 155Sa Geese each. ,45a5(0
I'arkeys .... ;ial.00 Ducks....... 15a
FISH.
Fresh Salt
Mullet pr doz. 25c Mullet pr bil 4.50
Trout. . . . ... 2 Trout. ... ... 4.50
Pomipain pr lb.. 6 Pompano. ... 10.00
Sturgeon... .. 10 Mackerel .... 8.00
1,U M13 E R.
Flooring, Ceiling.
H art,. in m ..$14.00 Heart, m. .. $14.00
Face ... 12.00 Face .. 12.00
Sap ... 10,00 Sap ... 10.00
Drop siding, Claphlioards,
tHeart face Vin 14.00 1/x(0 in. 1.i .00
San 10.00 Finishiiig lutni-
Buff lumber.. 8@12 her, d. $1 2@( 1 5.00
Heart shingles, 2.50 Lath, V In .... n 2.00
.Sap 1.50 Boat lumbner,
dressed ... $20

Catarrh ('Caninot be Cure(i
With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they
cannot reach the seat of the disease.
Catarrh is a blood or constitutional
disease, and in order to cure it you
must take internal remedies. Hall's
Catarrh Cure in talien internally, and
acts directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces. Hall's Catarrh .'ure is not a
quack medicine. It was prescribed by
one of the best physicians in this coun-
try for cars, and is a regular prescrip-
tion. It is composed of tho best tonics
kuown, combined with the best blood
purifiers, acting directly on the mu-
cous membranes. Theperfect combi-
nation of the two ingredients is what
produces such wonderful results in cur-
ing Catarrh. Send for testimonials,
free.
J, F. CHENEY & Go., Props.. Toledo,
O. Sold by drii'gi-ts. price 75c.
Hall's Famil\ iill. a.ire tle besl.

A. 4 A 'in- .' ltady W'.o lihe wife.of ai
w healthy au ,! Li .ll '., r: I il].:.,u It~d a
great dei.' ofr ' '1-, r'-'i,1x. t w irli hi
d o l .if-q -T ,'-._, l 1 ,1 ,I. ' ..:i g .;;;
Co -. l ',i n r -.. I -.i. i l ; i 1 1"r "I {
days was OL. 11'. ,1 t,.,li her own cook-
in4.
It Wtas on oUe of t'lii Ir'll -;. i;.-r
o pl.e:,.-. L.ipl ,.y k a.,, ., >.-,i . ,,l ...: ti ;.
kitchen door. She wip .l her hands
on the apron and found at .the ldoor a
low bLio"I. i--ol,.-ut looking man. willh
a small satchel swung over his shoul-
der.
"Go and tell yonr mistress I want to


see her, Bridget," he said, with a
wave of the hand. Madam surveyed
him in silence a moment and then re-
plied stiffly, "1 don't choose to."
"Oh, you don't, eh? Well, now, trot
along, my dear, or I'll have you fired,"
he returned, with a vicious glance.
Mrs. Blank was backing within. To
be so Insulted on her own doorstep was
such a heinous crime that her resources
failed her. But in a moment she hit
upon a plan that would bring this
piece of insolence to abject humility.
Inawing her stately figure up to the
full and fixing on him a gaze of im-
perious disdain, she said in measured,
frigid tones, "I am the lady of the
house."
Did he quail? Oh, no!
"Are you?" he rejoined quickly.;
"Why didn't you say so and not keep
me waiting all this time? I got some
soap here that you want, and"-
Ile was staring at the door while the
bang echoed out over his shoulders in-
to the yard.-Chicago News.

"The young man who gets cheated,"
said the core fed philosopher. "thinks
the other fellow wonderfully smart,
but the elderly person who goes up
gainstt it admits himself to be a fool."
J-.qdiauapolis Journal.


That Impudent Capital "I."
M. Zela, whau in En:gl'-n, was much
mipresscd w'th 11e _cEnish use of the
apital "I." ".Ly is it," he says. "that
a0 ;i..-.. .. l -n, V, ei u be writes oi
dirsc!f, shc .' "- '""' -" use a capi-
il letter? TL,, :. -, '.: o u, ,
-so often In a personal narrative strikes
i e as being very arrogant. A French-
'an. referring to himself, writes 'je'
with a small 'j;' a German, though he
nay -'atffy all his stbstantives with
.p"tali letters, employs a small 'i' in
... inol ':ch,' a "o.'. .ird, when he uses
he p. sonal pronoun at all. bestows
. snall *y' o his 'yo,' while he honors
he p)'i'son lie addresses with a capital
V.' I believe indeed, though I am not
fic.le'nIly acquaInted with foreign
Uangiuag;es to sp';ak with certainty on
chat point. that the Englishman is the
Inly p rrson in the world who applies
It -, ,',... letter to himself."
M. Zola mi'lt have enforeed'his con-
:rusts till further by referring to the
I,.pantse., who really have no word for
'I." In spc)ki.(ng of oneself in Japa.
lose self dep:veclatory terms are used.
.uch as "servant." "the awkward per-
.,,i." "'..',,." while in speaking of or
'o ,,.. p"'ple .coumpllcentary terms
: ',.l. i as "senior," "mas-
i '." 1..,.'" ,. 1.. young men in
ad,h :i.:,.g ichl other familiarly). The
^._t ,. .r.,,.. -* -J i -.,i n t r ,r
'"Il is "',i' i :' i ", '' 1 l'l t:i i.1U ., lih r .-


Si..%t York's Tenement Houses.
On. of the indications of the im-
pr[,'., ., i of the masses in this city -is
the g'takual ailiishicent of the tene-
mncit. as the 'word is generally under-
stood. The big rookeries, with their
small rooms, airless halls and rtstty
fire es capes, are going out of existence
in the oid-::nay colu'rse of events, by
firhe, tumling down and being renmov-
ed to nicike room for modern struc-
tures. a:.iul Lhe people who live in them
are s seeking Are airy homes in the
subl:.L;s or in the fats rp town.
h, le the foreigu element continues
to live in tenements for the first year
after rca(-hi.ug New York the children
of fo:'eign parentage are not willing to
exi't in the nloisome quarters of the
ean-. t and we:-t sides. They crave more
light, more air and cleanliness, and in
many cases they get it. Rapid transit
makes aarlem as accessible as Grand
street, and there is no occasion to live
in a down town tenement unless one
likes it. -
No new tenement houses are build-
ing. The flathouse has taken its place,
and in the course of time the foul bar-
racks in which scores of families are
crowded will be a thing of the past and
only remembered as part of a distem-
pered dream.-New York Letter in
Pittsburg Dispatch.

Africans and the Locomotive.
The children of the desert were filled
with awe when first the silence of the
primeval '.I:tield. was broken by the
pult i.n' of the steam e-n-iAue. Down at
the .ti.t.-r end of the Cdpe to Cairo line
the simple Matabele, when first con-
fronted by a locomotive,, were .certain
that the strange machine ,t.- o-.:.,l
by ,'..- labor of an indefinite inuuilr-r ,i'
oxen, which they assumed were shut
up I'-,."-: hence, when the engine stp-
ped, t'me:, gathered in curious crowds,
wa.it.ig to see the door open and the
oxen come out, nor could they kor many
days be I, r-:ia.,iI that the power of
the locomotive could come from other
than the strength of the ox.
The Arabs of the Sudan, more Imag-
inative than the Matabele, saw in the
fire horses of the railway one 'of the
Djinns of the "Arabian Nights," har-
nessed by the magic of the infidel to
the long train of cars. The steam en-
gine was to them a living, sentient
being. Of which belief there is curi-
ous evidence in the fact that on one
occasion a sheik made an impassioned
remonstrance against the cruelty of
making so small an engine draw so
huge a train.-Windsor Magazine.

The Bearded l-aby. -
A young married couple in Belfast,
Me., received a startling shock. They
carried their baby to a photographer
for a picture. In due time the proof
came around, but the parents at rst
failed to reco-gnize it. The baby's fea-
tur'es were there all right, and so were
the pretty dress and all the other ac-
cessories, but the child had apparently
grown a full beard while before the
camera. The artist had used by mis-
take a plate on which an imperfect
picture of an old man had been taken,
and the two exposures coincided so
well that he saved the plate as a curi-
osity.
Peruvian Army Discipline.
This military story is printed in a
Lima paper: A man lelongiug to the
Peruvian artillery w.s ordered ti:, be
flo.tg'd. and liere was no regulation
cat hanludy with which to iullict thi- eas- i
tigat.io. The ,t'ier lin charge, who


was a -, t.' ,, -_->i[,liinari:in, deiitide t,
deferL the carr. ing out of the order un-
til the i .'i iatl sio r1-.e-'. v ihhih he at
once requisitioned, should arrive. It
was about a year before the cat was
supplied by the authorities. By that
time the soldier had been dead several
months! *


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A Japanese Dinner.
He who does not like the way the
Japanese cook fish must be hard to
please. They are better fish cooks
than the French. The Japanese wa-
ters are ve:y prolific. and the nnttives
seem to h., e h:a-.d in cookiLg to
preserve the inherent flavor of the
fish, while their sauces are very sim-
ple. And as for eels, as they are cook-
ed at the kandagawa, a teahouse in
Tokyo, he who has thast(1 thein has
established a standard in his mind by
which to judge other eels.
Seaweed we had, too, thin as paper,
and crisp. It is the weed of the sea
that is left on the rocks and scraped
from them by the fisher women with
shells and then dried in the sun. It is
eaten as a relish and has a delicate
flavor, suggesting cinnamon.
Rice we had in abundance. It was
served from a bucket (not unlike ours,
but not quite so deep) of unpainted
white pine, with a little wooden shovel
somewhat like those our children use
in playing at the seashore. Our rice
bowls were filled again and yet again,
and when we covered our bowls it
meant we had finished dinner. I have
seen the Japanese look with indiffer-
ence at a fish cooked in a way that
made my mouth fairly water with de-
sire, but when they are served with
rice it receives their immediate atten-


Napoleon Vas a Dandy.
It is pleasant to learn, if one has Na-
poleon I on the? hero list that he had
very dainty habits in personal mat-
ters; that he was fastidiously clean in
his person, according to an at'tcle i i a
French contemporary, and poured ean
de cologne into the water he washed
in, then sponged his head with p,.r-
fume and finally poured the reiiain .er
of the contents of the flask over the
neck and shoulders. He was also ex-
travagantly fond of clean linen and
during his campaigns had relays of it
sent to different places. In those days
it did not cost a farm to have "starch-
ed things" laundered, for, in account
with a famous laundress in Paris. the
emperor's "linen" for one "wash"
amounted to 3S6 pieces and cost only
a trifle over $20.
This strikes an American as very
reasonable. But his majesty never
wore any article but once, and as he al-
ways undressed himself without aid
from his valet his garments were liter-
ally "cast" to the four corners of the
room. Napoleon's bill for eau de co-
logne, however, exceeded the washer-
woman's by a large majority. It is a
relief to learn that the Little Corporal
was so much a dude. Some of his
predecessors in the Tuileries were not
blessed with such excellent habits, if
history is to be relied upon.

Oysters and Strawberries.
The oyster and strawberry are said
to be the greatest of evangelists. They
have built and furnished more church-
es, paid the salaries of more preachers
and helped more heathen than any
two other natural agencies in the
world.-Reynoldsville (Pa.) Star.
Thousands Have Kidney Trouble
and Don't Know it.
Eow To lind Out.
Fill a bottle or common glass ,.'ilh your
water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a
sediment or set-
tling indicates an
y unhealthy condi-
tion of the kid-
neys; if it stains
your linen it is
evidence of kid-
ney trouble; too
frequent desire to
Pass it or pain in
'"""" the back is also
convincing proof that the kidneys and blad-
der are out of order.
What to Do.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-
Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every
wish in curing rheumatisrr, pain in the
back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
Df the urinary passage. It corrects inability
'o hold water and scalding pain in passing
t, or bad effects following use of liquor,
,/ine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
scess-Ity cf boing compelled to go often
during the day, and to get up many times
luring the night. The mild and the extra-
.rdinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon
3a'ized. It stands the highest for its won-
lerful cures of the most distressing cases.
'f you ned Ia medicine you should have the
.-2.t. Sol by druggies in 50c. and$l. sizes.
You may have a sample bottle of this
wonderful discovery ^_
id a book that -, -.- T--
'o:' about it, bot' ,i --- .. '- "- :'.:::
bo outel/ fee by iil, -'_...-'-_ "^
.ddriss Dr. Kilmer & orome of Swamp-Root.
7o., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing men-
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A Tin Shou
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Here are manufactured tioe
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Mrs. Friley Gwaltn
the Nettie last Thl'iul


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coly and joined her lh l'ai.l who is
visiting wih I his p .riti-,, Mr. and
Mrs. Thu U waitney and family.
B. Swearingen, pu, tIaslter at Ross-
yille, Kansas, wh.i I the owner of
fine farming l r. ,i L,'ri's Mill
bai',ou is lhee Ilh ;i i *. weeks look.
ing alter his intilc't"--s.
O.to Franitz, a former citizen of
St. Andrews, I metii'l} of Kev West,
arrived on t(lhe -'.-Ih oi.r Youl g alnd
may, perhaps, again take up his rosi-
dei;ce here if lie ineets with sufficient
encoUiragentiiet in tihe way of elilopy.
inent, to do so, AMii.! Frantz having
preceded hiium here bf' several da s.
W in. Wall, one o0 our Peoria. Ills.
visitors, departed fo ihonie, Monday,
taking passage on itie Nettie,
E. J. Singer aiiiN wife anld Hairy


Kelly, acl )l Ii ..,.
ford chartere'l ,i


Ydur heart I dats ovei ete hun-
dred thousand times each day.
Ono hundred thousand supplies of
good or bad blood to your brain.
Which is it?
If bad, impure blood, then your
brain aches. You are troubled
with drowsiness yet cannot sleep.
You are as tired in the morning
as at night. You have no nerve
power. Your food does you but
little good.
Stimulants, tonics, headache
powders, cannot cure you; but


iby H. Dan-
l. lller's con-


E' il -4 Mr F. T.
S'l.hii-t of ^[y ? ,, .il -
looked over hi s Jtiit (C ,,1 and
sugal rel inery. r 'lti, ly ii.terest-
ing was their visit o thineighboring
turpeilti e cainp, I bee t` Ineln box-
ing the trees ail pan !,8niii lli vai-i
0 1iv Ut'Sning \e var -
oiis itranches of t'.'e tlrl'ieuti l n i lnts-
try. They were entertained -'\r
uilgh-t by Mr. A. 'r. Col!om aud i \
turnedI to St. Andrews well p'letaied
with their trili.

"I think I would go crazy with pain
were it not for Chamberlain's Pain Balm,"
writes Mr. W. H. Stapleton, Herminie.
Pa. "I have been afflicted with rheuma-
tism for several yearsand have tried rem-
edies without number, hut Pain Balm is
the hest medicine I have got hold of,"
One application relieves the cain. For
sale by L. M. Ware, St. Andrews and
Bayhead and all medicine dealers.
A Doubting Father.
One warm midsummer day Steve
found himself seated under the old
Baldwin apple tree, with the half hull
of a red hearted watermelon in his lap.
Old Mr. B., busy with the other half,
paused now and then to ask Steve
about his new job, how many cigars he
smoked in a day, what they cost and
what he paid for his fine clothes. Pres-
ently ihe wanted to know what they
called his boy on the road--conductor,
brakeman or what?,
"They call me the general freight
agent, father," said St'.v!..
"That's a mighty big name, Steve."
"Yes, father; it's rather a big job,
too, for me."
"But ye don't do it all, Steve. Ye
must have hands to hi:-lp you load and
unload ?"
"Oh, yes, 1 ha'etag ,t of IhlIp!"
"Aid-lld'Laiiiaif pays thL.-m all?" -
"Yes."
"How much do they pay you, Steve-
$2 a day?"
Steve almost straniled on a piece of
core, and the old geutleman saw that
he had guessed too low.
"Three?" he ventured.
"More than that, father."
"Ye don't mean to say they pay ye
as much as fi-v-e?"
"Yes, father; more than 25."
The old man let the empty hull fall
between his knees, stared at his boy
and whistled.
"Say, Steve," he asked earnestly,
"are ye worth it?"-Lippincott's Maga-
zine.
F. B. Thirkhead, Health Inspector of
Chicago, says, Kodol Dyspepsia Cure can-
not he recommended too highly. It cured
me of severe dyspepsia." It digests what
you eat and cures hiili,-' .t;,. heartburn
and all forms of dyspepsia. It. F. Brack-
in & Soni

The German Scrvants' Ordcal.
The young person who fills so im-
portant a place in our domestic ar-
rangements as housemaid, parlormaid
or "general" often euolugh takes a
pride in her appearance, which, though
entirely natural, is sometimes irritat-
ing to the less reasonable type of mis-
tress. What would she think if it
were necessary for her, as it.apparent-
ly is in Gcrr.auy, before taking a place
as domestic servant to provide li.r-fill
with a special passbook in which a full
description of her appearance mast be
entered?.
Trlu description of the Gernoan maid-
servant is entered by the police of her
native -d-trlt anl is sometimes dic-
tat"d1 more by candor than chivalry.
'[he color of the eyes tind hair and the
shape of thy nos.u are all duly chron-
.1 -';il is of opin-
S.1 7- ;...'" ,' these features are
'... l 1 .-'.- 1, i station in say-

L:t ... such a system
-.o -;' 1. ..' ... the young person
1:.out to : .' :'r i as cook present-
I r- .,1 ,'i .m i i' l ..... i l ,.oustable
ao wa- : *-ri! -,. h!r' nose and
lips!- Lo:. i S. .!:.n.. i;,n,.-tre.

WTANTl'EI:i--EP iil \[. l..ll;itT AND
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)Mariat er- i;n ',il,.it i ,.''-,. iv counties .
Saltar" $-il i n I.iii.J '. ;. t I Straight,
hoina-fidc, iil i.ru i t, 1-s 4 l >. Posi-
Iton oem ii ir.. 1i r ,. .it : ,.m.. ank
in ainy to, ih. I a in il, i tI .. ,- ork con-il
ductcdat a ..... i..n '.. l.t lose self-
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will. It makes the liver, kidneys,
skin and bowels perform their
proper work. It removes all im-
purities from the blood. And it
makes the blood rich in its life-
giving properties.
To Hasftwa

Yt will be more rapidly cured
S if you ill I.ake a laxative dose of
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A Rat Story.
"One day not long ago," said a brick
manufacturer, "one of my workmen
saw three rats carrying a straw across.
the brickyard. It seemed such an un-
usual sort of proceeding that he stop
ped his work to watch them. Two of
the rats held -the straw at opposite
end.i while the third supported the
center. They were making straight for
the river which flowed by one side of
the yard, When they arrived at the
bank, they laild down the straw and
took a long drink. Then they proceed
ed to take up the straw again in the
same manner as before and returned
by the same way they had tcome.
"This so interested the workman
that he determined to watch if they
would come again. And sure enough,
-.t-ri'.;v-e i-the same time the next day,
they appeared, carrying the straw ex-
actly as before. Having provided him-
self with a gun, he shot all three to
see if possibly he might thereby solve
the mystery. He discovered that the
rat in the center was blind and there-
fore concluded that this -tas the ani-
mals' kind method of leading their
aftflicted comrade to the water to
drink."-Philadelphia Inquirer.

Fool and His MIoney.
It chanced that the miser and the
spendthrift took ship together.
En voyage the spendthrift bought
tnuch wine and sat long at the gaming
table.
"The fool and his money soon part!"
sighed the miser.
Presently a storm rose, and the ship
foundered, and they were all cast into
the water, and the miser, having his
gold in a belt about his waist, sank to
the bottom.
"The fool and his money," observed
the spendthrift sadly, for he was a
generous soul, "don't always part!"
After that the spendthrift swam to a
raft, where he starved to death.-De-
troit Journal.





Kodol

Dyspepsia Cure.

Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests the food and aids
Nature in strengthening and recon-
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Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
SickHeadache, Gastralgia,Cramps, and
all other results of imperfect digestion.
Prepared by E. C. DeWitt & Co., Cblcago-
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* t"Star" tin tags (showing small stars printed on under side
of tag), "Horse Shoe," "J. T.," "Good Luck," "'.Cross Bow,"
* and "Drummond" Natural Leaf Tin Tags are of equal value in
securing presents mentioned below, and may be assorted.
Every man, woman and child can find something on the list
that they would like to have, and can have

*ASf /- TAMS. *
1 MatchBox.......................... 23 Clock, 8-day, Calendar, Thermom- A.
2 Kn fe, one blade, good steel........ 25 otr, Barome er.... .. ..
8 Scissors, 4 inches ................... 25 24 Gun case, leather, no ',er-r 'radie. wt
* 4 Child'.4 Set, Knife, Fork and Spoon 25 25 Revolver, automaticc double action,
5 Sat and Pepper Set, one each, quad- :2 or 38 caliber...................... 600
ruple plate on white metal......... 50 26 Tool Set, not playthings, but real,
S6 French Briar Wood Pipe... ........... 25 tools................................ 650
7 Razor, hollowground, fine English '27 Toilet Set deco-ated porcelain,
steel... .........................50 very haldsome..................... 800
8 Butter Knife, triple plate, best . Rifle No.4, 22or 32cal. 80
* quality ........... ... ............. 60 29 '"' ii,,sl..' iverfull jeweled 00M ..
S9Sugar Shell, triP]q pla'e, bes. qnal.. 60 3U Dress ".;. -., I;-r.-r. l.ll s.!-Le
o Samp Box, sterling silver..........70 t aiad durable ...... ....... tiu
11 Knife, "KIeen n Ktto," two, blad'3.. 75 31 i wini'g Machine, r.,i; I wIth
12 Butcher Knife, "Keen lKutter," 8in all attachments... I*l l oh
blade.............................. 75 32 I'Wvolvor, Colt's, '..i I u *,
* 13 'hears, "Keen Ktte" 8-i ...... .... ..............1
14 Nut Set, Clacker and 6Picks, silver .3 1 : ... i hot, 22-caliber.....O 1
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16 Alarm Clock nickel............. 1 .5-; , ', li,-. ,.- I, i,,r,. 'i'ju
1 ,7 S ,.s .' .-T.- .. ....0 1 ..1 .6.5t 3 -.... l.'r r,, 1 L (1 .
. .... ................5
* 18 Wa'ci, nickel, stem wind and t.. _210 .. ... ...,
19 Carvers, good steel, buckhorn 37 E.-l ",i . L. l -.
handles ...............................200 ,,-,.. .( 1 , I ..,* ,. *, e .
20 SiTx Ceine Rogers' Table spoons, 8 icycle, standard ake ] .r
best plated goods o.................... 250 gents ................... ....
21 Si each, Knives and Forks, buck- gents........ ... .....
horn handles ..................... 250 39 Shot Gun, Remington, double bar-
22 Six each, Genui'eineRogers' Knives rel, haminerlesi.....................3000
and Forks, best plated goods..... ..500 40 Regina Music Box, 156. inch Disa..6O ,
THE ABOVE OFFER EXPIRES NOVEMBER 3Orm,. 1900.
Sipcial Notice riain Star" Tin Tags (that Is, Star tin tags with no small
Stars printetlon under side oftag), are not *... I.r i.'--f -i, "
received but will be paid for in CASH on the bpSis 01 LVi% cnriy *,ftt
hundred, If received by us on or before Ala'-ch 1st. 1900.
WSBEAR IN 1MIND that a dimelic's worth of
STA PLUA TOBACCO
will last iouger and afford more pleasure than a dime's worth of any
otherbrand. MAKE THE T *E:T'!
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The Inqtui'.itive Dimns"l.
A'gitl \viwho oik 11j. .. "j"a 'y -
lQ I *g o P an:1 .(' .e.(';", ;'e;'l' c. i sg). .;
vali.a :.e snap) shots badl l ,nd lu wk wit'.
her ti. ~t p<('uls'i r Tliei' wv T'e t','irn,
str ;Iks of wlhith e all tlr;)h")l:.h the '.
when there v'ats ai:y p)itu'e at nil. a1n
she ciniLhi't iln!g t'l )how til.'y cil:;in
there. Neither-couuld an experiue('teI
amateur who aslsitl-edl in (leveloping
her tirst no'lativvts ;-n a,1vWho toak llhe
us;.al precautionss in lh;ad;ing the ceLl-
era amd taking the plates.
"I can't inmginm what is the mat-
ter." he said. as plate after plate came
out either good for nothing or with
on!y a little of the picture visible.
"Those ought to have been good
plates."
"Neither can I," said the girl. "They
looked all nice and smooth and white if
that is the way they ought to look."
"Looked all right!" exclaimed her in-
structor in dismay. "You hadn't look-
ed at them before we put them in *the
camera, had you?"
"Oh, not enough to hurt them?" said
the girl. "I just lifted up the black
paper from each plate just the littlest
crack in the world. I just couldn't re-
sist the temptation of seeing how nice
they looked and think of the lovely
pictures I was going to have on them."
-New York Times.

Her Handy Money Stocking.
"Yes, you are right," said the con-
ductor of a Main street car, viciously
ringing up a fare. "Some people do
carry money in queer places. Now,
that Chinaman in there kept me wait-
ing over two blocks while he untied a
gordian knot In his cue, where he had
his cash. Some people keep me wait-
ing five blocks or more while they fish
around for their money.
"Yesterday I was going north on
Main street, when, at the corner of
Adams, two women got on the car. I
waited a minute or so and then went
In for the fares. The women looked
sort of dashed, and then one of them
began to fumble in her purse. Empty!
Then fler companion made a dive at
the bottom of her skirts.
"Well, sir, it beat all. That woman
deliberately unlaced her shoe and took
It off and through a hole in her stock-
ing fished out a dime." Memphis
Scimitar.

Among every 1,000 bachelors there
are 38 criminals. Among married men
the ratio is only 18 per thousand.

Forcemeat Is a corruption of farce-
meat, from tte French farce, stuffing-
i. e., meat for stuffing.


A C2 Outrage.
The Earl of Vepnyss was on a Fife,
golf coulrse not long. ago. accompanied'
by an old caddie. FTis lordship ,got
his ball on one occasion so near the'
hole that to play it was, as it appeared
to him. supap-uous. So he simply tip.
ped it in with the toe/of his boot. '
The caddie revolt .1 iiitiQnrur. threw
down thee clul;s and looked horrified.
When lie found' words to speak. It was'
to sny'. "Hang it, me lord, gowf'i
gowf!"
'
MaitIalM ami Ntewman,
The author of the life of Ulllalsi
tells the following anecdote: When
Cardinal Newman came to'sit to the?
artist for I-is portrait, he Ik'ed where
he was to, pose.
"Oh, your eminence, on that emi-
nence, if you please," answered Sir'
John, pointing to the models' dais, anf,
seeing him '- .-it::-. added, "Comic,
jum ,1' 2;'. I ,1 .i; .,! I' Oy."

Court an Witn t 'ess ree.
A. in n:.: i. ..". , .j .-l-ri ,- in one.
Cf itl.' continmon. plh'ts .-. -,'-is l.eP other
day. The lawyer for the' .. .' was
making a very letkn:thy cross examina-
tion of an old lavly when le -as inter-
rupted by the j Adge with ilhe remark,.
"I think yon have exhausted this witV
ness."
"Yes, judge," she exclaimed, "I do'
feel very much exhausted."-Philadel-
phia Call.
The Whea.lmani' Vfew.
Mrs. Sprocket-George, what In the
world happened to the pipe organ in
church this morning while you were
singing that solo?
Mr. Sprocket (who always talks bi--
cycle)-Why, the organist was coasting
on, easy grade with her feet off the'
pedals when she ran into some sharp'
notes, and the old thing punctured.-
Ohio State Journal.

Nothing sla so ndicative of deepest
culture as a tender consideration of
the ignorant.

Chinese coinage In the shape of A.
knife has been traced back as far a#
2240 B. C.


Is birt1ly gi\'em t1, ill mart'ii' hlo ling"
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"VWhy was she so mad about it?"
,e asked in a dazed way as he laid
-he homely little rag on the window
;il.


5,000 Our Grand 5,000
Ornithological Contest.
Something entirely new and interest-
ing. Read what you are to do. You
may get 200 cash. Our contest is to see
who can make the largest list of names
(or kinds) of birds from the following
letters; WV D OOOCCKQULIA
PRTAR I DGESPNIELVE
BRDIMWADOHTL
We will recognize as a bird anything
belonging to the feathered tribe, whe-
ther it be a Hen, Crow, Singer or any
other kind. You can use any letter as
many times to make a name as it ap-
pears in the list of letters above; for in-
stance Woodcock, Plover, Snow Bird,
&c. To any person who can make a list
of 25 or more different names of birds,
we will give absolutely FREE a beauti-
ful Prize value 200 or less.
Big Prizes Awarded Daily.
When you have made out your list fill"
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and send to us with a Stamped Ad-
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awarded a prize you can if you desire
-et the prize by becoming a subscriber
to the Woman's World at the rate of Id
a week. We shall award a prize to ev-
ery person who sends the name of 25
Birds, and our gifts will be as follows:
For the best list received each day, a
Gold Watch; for the second best solu-
tion each day, a beautiful Imported Tea
Set; for the seven next best solutions,
each day, a Konrah-Sakih Diamond and
Ruby Ring; for the next best solution,
a Gold Piece; and for all other correct
solutions, Prizes of Good Value These
prizes will be forwarded daily, you will
not have to wait a long time in uncer-
tainty before you know the result.
There is no element of lottery in our
plan, it makes no difference whether
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day. All you need is to post this ad v.
to us, and on the day it reaches us, if
your list is the best, you shall hayv
the Go(l Watch or if second Stt
the beautiful Tea Set, and so on, We
guarantee that we will awaur' y,11 a
prize. There is absolutely noapportu-
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not afford it. We want toget 1,000,000
well satisfied subscribers, and for that
reason we don't want you to send any
money until you i-now exactly what
prize you have g:i ,:-d by answering the
puzzles. As soon aft.re 4 p. m. each day
as possible, the examiners will judge
the lists to the best of their ability, and
will designate the prizes. We will-
write you at once notifying you what
prize has been awarded you, then if you
are fully satisfied you can send your
subscription to The Woman's World
and your prize will go by returnof post
carefully packed. To a person of nar-
row ideas it seems impossible that we
should be able to make such a gigantic
offer. but we have the money, brains
and reputation, we know exactly what
we are doing, and if we can legitimate-
ly gain a million subscribers by this
grand idea, we know that this million
of well-pleased subscribers can be in-
duced to recommend The Woman's
World to all friends thereby building
up oar circulation still further. We are
willing to spend 5,000 ip this contest
in building up a big subscription list,
and when this money is spent we re-
serve the right to ......
that the contest h ; been discontinue .-
Don't delay until it is too late. Thi
contest will continue until March.
We give a Bonus Prize of $50 ind,
pendent of all othe-s to the ertson wh
sends in the list got en up in the be.-
and-- hb r i-',,',.t ma -r. 0,ir .- -.
mitet,, will decide and award prizes-
Daily, but the sp .--ial 50 prize will be
awarded in March. Any bird's name
founa in dictionaries accepted.
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The Woman s World -is a thoroughly
reliable concern, we are known to do
exactly as we advertise. As to our re-
liability we refer to any Advertising
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Address- The Woman's World, 9, High
Street, London, W., England.
He WVould Know More.
An exceedingly well dressed woman
sat in an elevated railway car the oth-
er day, and opposite her was an elderly
man. The woman got up to leave the
car. and in the co-'ner of the seat
where she Itd been sitting the mnan
spied a pitce of black uet. Jumping
for it, 1e called out:
"Madtha. you have left your veil!"
As she took no notice of him he
(tashlied ildown the aisle inft.r ,.-., and,
touching her on the e]l-o\w ag.n,, said:
"Madam, you have i.f ti .\,itr veil,"
it the same time hotiing it up in full
view of all.
It was a frowsy, frayed, torn piece
,d black cotton net.
"It is not mine, sir!" she snapped
.it, giving linl a withering look, and
-he obliging old man shrank back as
f hc had been jabbed with a hatpin,
-vbiie the passengers grinned.


the attenBon of the others, when she
lifted the,,iustard spoon, liberally


'1 gness you never paid for a wo- daubed a pi-el~,t ..-aJ with it and
nan's tinery," said another man. took a great bite. l-er hand immedl-
"That's so." said the withered one ately went up ;o her burned mouth;
u a hopeless tone. "I am a bachelor, but, bravely suppressing an outcry, she
t'erhaps I'd know more If I'd mar- put the bread a*ay from her, remark-
deill. Ing, "I think I'll-walt till that jeUlly gets
"You would that," said the other cold." -
celingly.-New York Tribune. HIU Noke For New.,
-- "Henry," whfipered the maiden In
A Natural Cross. some embarrassment as they stood in
One of the most beautiful natural the hallway, where the young and
rock carvings In the world is the South- handsome reporter was preparing to
ern Cross, on thesland of Grand Ma-say good night."It's dreadful of me, I
nan, in the bay of Fundy. It stands at know, but ve been eating onios."
the head of a ledge of rocks jutting In- "Great Scott, Fannie!" he exclaimed.
to the bay from the foot of one of the "You don't thik that's a scoop on me,
Immense cliffs at the southern end of do you? I k w that as soon as I
the Grand Manan. Its shape is that of came in."--Chicgo Tribune.
an almost perfect cross.
Professional Jealousy. Revilxt Appreciation.
Professional Jealoxus. ,, "What's an *octogenarian,' Cousin
"You are nothing but an imitator," "What's an i
said the bluejay, full of wrath at hear- Marth a
ing Its cry so accurately mimicked. "Well, an octgenarian is a man who
"All that ails you," airily retorted ats life wheIhe Is 70 but gets proud
the mocking bird, "is that you are en-ou a at 80."ndianapos
-1-. 1---' n -" ocn i vmir; bJ anionJual


Yious because I can simug your msonug so
much better than you can."-Chicago
Tribune.
Did Not Dispute It.
"Your honor," protested the burglar,
"I am as honest as the day Is long."
"1 don't doubt," replied the magis-
trate. "I understand you fellows trans-
act all your business at night."-Phila-
Idelpllia Record.

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


A girl 'h,.iul'nei er throw away her
old sllpper-s. hey will come In handy
at her wedding-and much handier in
after years.-(Ileago News.


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A St ur 1 .5, *'I "l.irrit-.ey.
E,'iit,, 'I ...... I' ,sijeld, Mass.
Slt'h 0,,.I ', I-- ; ilieT in the
.'u.i ,.. I. ,j '- !, i t i m : story:
"'When 1 I s a jud.te in i'ttsfiehld
Morrissey a Yankee- Suilivan fought
a prize i.. a' 'igh'.oring place
'alled P" *.'Ol rs. Sullivan was
-arrsted ;ai, It 'I I1 ,)t(). He handed
over the I. '..I ': ent his way. A
day or t,.' i ', .Il I was sitting on
the b)en< 1. ..- I. ,*i..ing man entered
the courtro andl sent a !-tter up to
me. It ,'-. ..i i a tf'd (of mine in
producing n Mo;r-issey. le. too
was fined a -udl said to me that
he would .-, it'- his cheek on his t'e
turn to N(-. .-'.r
"Well. Iu't know what might
happen if :e ;. let go on that under
standing. u istaid to Morrissey that
,any :r ", ii n I for settlen-ent which
Lie m.nait '*,.i, hi,.' sheriff would be sat
isfactory. storiff, feeling as h
did, insiste.il '.n i a-ving the tine paid
in cash, ail0-1-,' Morrissey didn't
happen to u'- that much cash with
him the si-i i cked him up until
the amount s sent on from New
York
"I rarci-l I .i-t v,.'-t.*t-sr v felt he
owed il *ji' -1 -e I,, ,.- i ,i ,I this in
riden. V. ''Ia i 't ': .'-iri Xt \': lshing-
ton a l' l 0 it. '0 'ssmuen
n.ere I. r i, lueed to
A L ."" .-1. I'. stiniled
and .,.1-'i ,'. s, I t,-Iheve we
h art' t:ei. I r ' "
She Sased Her."
Soine i-'1 to East (Gloucester
pauil ~A 5'8 'up1 tipon the woman
sai( to be tf ..-l'i' i of Mrs. Eliza
if h Stuart lPhelps Ward's famous
story "A Madonna of the Tubs." Mrs.
Phelps Ward's summer horne, be it
known, is in East Glouce-ster. The
visitors found a typical New England
er with a self evident capacity for tak
ing care of herself.
- "So you are the Madonna of the
runtsr" said the visitors.
"1 am." said the New Englander.
"And Mrs. I''tL'- Ward wrote a
beautiful story about you?"
"'She did"
"Have you ever met Mrs. Ward?"
"I have. After she wrote that story
she camine round here one day and hunt-
ed me upl. s i. said as how she wanted
to see me for herself."
"How interesting!" murmured the
visitors. "And what did you do?"
"Do?" repeated the Madonna of the
t'ubs. "What did I do? I sassed her
well for writing such a story as that
about me. Such a pack of lies 1 never
read. Why, there wasn't one-half of
it true. And she had the face to come
and see me afterward! Oh, I sassed
tier well, I did!"-New York Sun.

Grotesque Spelling.
One of the Boston papers calls atten-
tion to this woeful example of bad
spelling-and In Boston too! It Is from
the doorway bulletin board of a little
restaurant:
BILL OF FAIR.
Open at all Owars.
Bakon-Eggs, 15. tHam-Eggs, 15.
Corned Beef-Cabbagas, 10.
Lam Chiops, A'5. Lam Frie, 15. Stake, 10.
Liver-B iei' 15. Pork-Beas, 10.

.i a
This remain' the Tales of the Town
man of a sig| he saw not long ago in
the window tf a Broadway saloon:
"A ror foster 4it evry Drink."
Several mobhs ago there was an an-
nouncement laboriously chalked on a
St. Clair store& sidewalk in front of a
beer refector. which read like this:
"Pre lunge 11 2."
It took the tan who saw this some
time to figure 'at that the patron who
didn't drop in between 11 o'clock and
2 o'clock would be very apt to miss the
free lunch.- Clveland Plain Dealer.

Needed hn Explanation.
Sir John Adle.,. nho was governor of
Gibraltar f'rlres-. always made him-
self closely ,,c.-uaintod with the work
of what -,-r hipnen,.d to be his depart-
ment. Me,--nug al person once coming
into the ouShce late. the general asked
him what time he aas supposed to be
on duty. '
"Oh," was the reply, "I usually stroll
in about 11 or 12 o'clock."
"Stroll in?" saiJ Sir John in a rising
tone. "Then ^ presume you do not
leave till late?"
"Well, I usually slip off about 2
o'clock."
"Slip off at 21" exclaimed the veter-
an in his t'opmost note. "Pray, may 1
ask what de'tiri'tnt-ut you belong to?"
"Oh," said the stranger, "1 come ev-
ery Saturday to attend to the clocks."
Sir John retreated for the first time in
his life.
A" Little Too Hot.
little Janet, aged 4, noticed the oth-
er 6qy at dinner the rest of the family
helping themselves liberally to the
mustat'l. Nobody offering her any,
she waited until something drew away


an alert intellect and an unfailing
body.-lan Maclaren in Ladies' Home
Journal.
Took Their Places.
Here is a story which Baron Dowse,
the celebrated Irish judge, once told
in that exaggerated "brogue" i which he
loved to employ:
"I was down in Cork holding assizes.
On the first day, when the jury came
in, the officer of the court said, 'Gintle-
men av the jury, ye'll take yer accus-
tomed places, if ye plaze.' And may I
never laugh," said the baron, "if they
didn't all walk Into the dock."

An Unknown Hero.
La Gaceta, published in Guadala-
jara, part In English and part in Span-
ish, prints In a prominent place the
following:
A CARD.
Will the gentleman who embraced my wife at
the entrance to the postoffice about 9 o'clock
Thursday evening please send, me his photograph
for my "Album of Heroes?" He will greatly
oblige, J. I.
-Mexico Two Republics.
The Pendulum Alone Out of Order.
An Onion Creek (Tex.) darky visited
the establishment of an Austin jew
eler.
"1 wish. boss. you would regulate
dis heahl penjulunm."
"How can 1 reIgulate the pendulun
without the rest of the clock?"
"bIrs ntiffi. do( matter wid de res
01) de il a(1rIs ob I'( c!(ockk. so I jess le,
'em t al hoti;e- .-ss you lixil u die pe'
julumi. Ef der p1 i!njuh;l!i) gloes all ri-ir
ie rest o1b dl' tt;'lk gls al ri i t;.
I kltow d t Il cll i' I. evt I1 i I ii ia' ai
,'10 bloo; lzll uaii.." 'lexa; a f'tlngs.


The Old Man Had Changed.
A Lancaster county man once came
to a Philadelphia portrait painter with
a request that he paint a picture of his
father. "Very well," said the artist;
"have the old gentleman come in when
next In town, and I will give him a sit-
ting." The man replied: "He gan't do
dot; he is dait."
"Oh, well, then, you have a photo-
graph of him?"
"No; I don't got no fottograf of him
elder."
"Well, how do you expect me to paint
the portrait of your father when I can-
not see him and have nothing to give
me an idea of his appearance?"
"Vell," he replied, "I dinked maybe
of I dolt you aboul him you gan baint
him from dot."
"All right," said the artist, "describe
him."
"Vell, my fadder was not so dall und
not so short; he vas not fat und not so
din." And so the honest fellow pro-
ceeded to describe his father as he re-
called him.
The artist undertook to paint the pic-
ture, and in due course it is completed,
and the Lancaster county man comes in
to view the results of the artist's ef
forts. As the canvas is disclosed he
gazes long and reverently upon the pic
ture of his departed parent. Then he
feelingly remarks: "Yah, dot is mine
fadl, ri Mine fadder vat I loafed sp
much! Hut, ach liimmel, fadder, how
you haf changed!"- Philadelphia Times.
A Beautiful System.
The Memphis Scimitar tells of a re
cent bride whose husband noticed that
she was keeping an itemized account
of the household expenses. In looking
it over one day he noticed at the hot
tomn of each page or two the letters
"D. K. W." This somewhat puzzled
him. He really found it very diilicult
to keep from thinking about whai
these letters could possibly mean. It
occurred to hilim that possibly his wife
was saving out some money to buy
something for him. But then he knew
that his initials were not "D. K. W,'
and this did not prove a satisfactory
solution to the matter.
So one day when his wife was in a
real good humor he took her in his
arris and asked what she meant by
.D. K. W, CO cents," "D. K. \V., $1"
and the like.
She r'eplit.': "'I) K. W.' stand for
'don't know whatt' Wheneiver I went
to k;alalce ulyv account at thlie end of
eachi page amdi otilld I hiad spent mon
ey for w\iichi I could not account, I
just put in a snti (-ientt amount, with
the iteim '). i. W.,' to make it balance
just exa1tl y."
Fast Driving In I ussia.
nl the larger cities of Russia there
is no limit to the speed at which a
horse may be.driven through the pub-
lic streets. The typical harness horse
is the Orioff, a breed founded by Count
Orloff'-Chienienski, being a cross be-
tween the Arabian stallion Smetanka
and imported mares, principally Eng.
lish.
An average roadster is 16 hands high
and weighs 1,100 pounds, with heavy
1mane, a bushy tail that reaches nearly
to the ground and "iron" limbs that
show great muscular development
The f favorite color is gray. Such an
aninnal is driven through the principal
streets of St. Petersburg at a furious
pace, tLat p.xrtion nwar the Vcnter al(]
betside ltthe surface car tracks being re
served for fast driving.
During the winter months teams ofi
two an'd three ab;reast are driven to
slcir,hs at a three minute gnit. There
is racing all winter, the courses being
flooded at night to provide three iilches
of solid ice. American pneulnlati- su!l
kies, Larn'e33, boots, guiti:ng appi)'
ances, etc., are in general use.

Ltrd Lansedoswne Visits Turner.
No one Was aIdilittedi to Turner' ,,
house in Queen Annt street unless sp"-

'loor. tirou hi whvlich tl:e old lionf p,
keeoer used to look aud see v!ho wa
tlheree. As nil 'xaliitn!e ofl the r'ai;'ily O1
visitors tho Inart L.or. LIansdowne. * was gr "et lover of atl inl I friend a;
Turner's. told mle thati after r(cei vin.a
no answers to his letters he resolved ti
beand;' the lion in his d;a lie tillrI
f;'e vwent uiid knocked alt tie (looi 10
whin' a slick lih,'d ia)Pi'ilId ;(t ti)
iron grating, andi its owner called out
"Cat's meat. I suppose?"
"Yes. cat's I .' a I," answered hit
lordship ounl squeezed hiims'lf in.-
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.ts p tioper stiinili:int.s affl not over-
'ha'rgtl w;itl (1dtepresll'',ailts, there is no
-raving fot' extranieouts stmiiulautssuch
.s alcoltol, Ivla 01 ol'i'e. but when the
Olo'l is deft'ective in It1 out e or sur-
-Laig' d with tlt oti.e"r then Is felt the
desire for the glass of wine or the cup
of tea.
In order to obviate this desire the
body should be kept at tire highest lev-
el of wealth. Thew more perfect the
hea!thl thie nlore perfect will be the
composition ot tle blood in respect to
both physiological stimulants and dele-
terious toxins. A bLlood p-rolperly con-
stituted in these and other respects
will exercise n gentle stimulant action
on the nervous system and induce a
condition of mild physiological intoxi-
cation, which expresses itself In a feel-
Ing of well being and happiness-a con-
dition that cannot be bettered.-Lan-
cet. ---
The Result of Too Much Pathos.
"One day." says Jean Francois Raf-
faelli, "Daudet was arguing a point
that on the stage It is a mistake to in-
sist too strongly on any one form of
sentiment, whatever it may be. 'Lis-
ten,' said he. 'I recall a little incident
which may serve to illustrate my
meaning: A woman dressed In black
'one day entered an omnibus in which
I happened to be. She was In deep
mourning, and her countenance was
so worn, so contracted, so furrowed
with grief, that her neighbor could not
refrain from asking what terrible sot:-
row it could be that had thus left its
marks upon her.
"'Whereupon the woman, amid the
sympathetic attention of all the little
world in the omnibus, including the
conductor, who did nothing but .blow
his nose so as to hide his tears, told
how she had lost first one child and
within a very few days another. Ev-
ery one pitied her greatly, but when
she proceeded with nimany tears to tell
of the death of a third child her hear--
ers were soniewhat less moved, and
finally, when she launched into a lon1
account of the loss of a fourth--de-
voured by a crocodile on the banks of
the Nile-every one in the onibus
burst out laughing.' "-New Lippincott.
Why He is a Walter.
W. E. B. iDu Bois, in his book, "The
Philadelphia Negro," devotes much
space to authentic instances, proving
that, in the words of the author, "the
road to success is to have a white
face." Frofessor Du Bois cites nimany
individual cases in supp:)rt of his
somewhat bitter deduction, one of the
most striking being the experience of
a graduate of the Uuiversity of Penn-
sylv ania.
This young colored nan took a
course in mechanical engineering, was
an apt student, was well recommend
ed and by reason of his excellent rec-
ord obtained a situation through an adl
vertisement. Hle reported for work, re-
maihed only a few hours andi wvas then
discharged for the simple reasou that
his skin was not white. The experi-
ence was repeated several times until
he became utterly discouraged. Hie is
now a waiter in the University club,
where he is forced to serve white fel-
low graduates.
Ile Read C'nine.
While iall ('aine was in this coun-
try several years ago the Aldine club
of New York city dined him. Among
those, invited to meet Mr. Caine was
one of the most popular of our Ameri-
can authors. Soon after the dinner be-
gan dinner cards began to circulate
with requests for autographs. The
author in question whispered to his
neighbors:
"I'm going to send my card up to Mr.
Caine as soon as I can, for I am down
for a speech later on, and I want to be
able to say that I've read something
that Caine has written."-New York
Mail and Express.
A Point of Resemblance.
They were dancing. The music was
heavenly. The swish of her silken
skirts was delightful. The fragrance
of the roses upon her bosom was al-
most intoxicating.
"Ah," she said, looking up into his
face anttd smiling sweetly, "you remind
me of one-of Whitman's poems!"
A sudden dizziness seemed to seize
him. It was as if he were floating
along in a dream. When he could catch
his breath to speak, he asked:
"Which one?"
"Oh, any one!" she replied. "The


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