Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00073
 Material Information
Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: March 1, 1900
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00073
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
lccn - sn 95026996
lccn - sn 95026996

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UNITEn D .' i .
,' 1111I ,"o.- Hon. I+IIl'iI'll ias. o, M onticello.
flon II. Mallory, I'e.is-aetila.
qtolres rit.ti es-- I st District, S.1. Spa rk-
main, Tampa; 2d District, t. W.
Land lli..c-l;.- i-i. r, W. G. Roliinlson;
Tc,'s e-i.-H.-S. Chubh, Gainesville.
;, eiirnor--W. i lI.%lihni: ,- .itlani of
r.it, ,. .J. L .''r I io, ; I' ,, ..-s, ,' .I1. .
Wthliln,-1. .\; tl, ,r\. G .;,-i.- il V\\' I". I, -
mI ar: I.; intl ,lrr lll'.r, \. 11 It.-.in, l.l-; S .-
criintiedenit i'1 ilhiic Instruction, W*.
N. Sliesmt ; CoI.i-ni ,ioner of Agricul-
tuiv. L. ri. W.minit.Mll; Adjutalt Ge -
erai. P.nirii.'k H i l '..iv. 'I'allahiassee.
U S. .'F '- .'.,l .
f \At Dlistrict-- 11. al '.i.r Pe- s..:,..I.
.econd Di--lricl.t' imis.r.:l I'.l-,'o \ i l .. th1
rwentv-fiftlh District--J. B. Clarke, We-
tQepre'en|l-t i'v, W. Colemant, Vernon:;
C 4urtyt .1iidge, J. R. Wells, Vernion:
Clerk ot'C.,nit, County Clerk, Recorder
of Deeds, W. B. Lassitter, Vernon;
Sheriff, C. G. Allen, Chipley; Treasurer,
0C. J. Parish, Vernon; Tax Collector, A.
Q. Jones, Vernon; 'Tax Assessor, J.
W, Willi.iii.' Chiplcv; Superintendent
tff >l.liI" Isustriiction, W. L Lockey.
Clhiplr-yv; Surveyor, P. L. Horn, Orange
ST. ANsoDRws.
lustice of the Peace. J.ohn Sturroek;
'Notarv Ptublics, W. A. Emmonio, C. H.
Ctippen: Depaty Circuit Coui't Clerk.
W. A. Lenminonus School Directors,.E.
P. \l.\n. 'W. Surber sr., H. D. Da-
vis; l'o i M .-'.-. L. M. Ware
Postmistress, Mrs. M. B. Jenks.
Postmaster; RHenry Bovis.
'ostliaster and Notary Public, W. 1H.

?oslmistress, 1Mrs. Hassellorg.
P'ostmtstel, S. W. Anderson
postmaster, Mrs. R. Gay.
'osstmaster, 0. C. Tompkins.
Postmaster, W.F. Woodford
i'ostmtisit ess, Mrs. Dyer.
Postmnuster, P. Hutchinsot.
F.stoffice on Laird's Mill Bayou.

Soltiv Putl ic, Frank 1 oskin; 'osI ina- -
iS ,'hos. J. B. Mauger; Count4v Cim-
inissioner, 1irainm -i Spicer; Ueputv
L'l. o of I 5 Il '- I l it.
-1 .-L 1 1, 13 .
.Melhudist EK.i''.*l'- Church Wnshiung-
t<.ab e .nd Ci.1, i1nu st-Preaching ev-
ery Is and 3d Sunday at 11 ia. m. d 7
Dp.1. St, ind,\ % thu..l at3 p. m. Rev. D.
Tasker, ,.11io i .
|.lti sit-l-C.u clt., cor. Wyoming ave.
r.- d 5.4 ICII .l.tll st ' Wedn.r-d.N t vetiing h.: -lI Oi 2.1 s :nday,
and -atu:iixv it 7 p. .n., before, and 4ta
Sndav, I .i. in. and 7 p. M. Player
mee4iiig Wed..esdav night ofter 1st and
3d Lui.liv tich nonth. Sunday selinool
every Sunday, 10 a.m. Rev. S.L. Loud-
ermilk, pastor
,rembl'}ti 1,,,i- Clir'.ih corner loraine
aveaaUe and Drake street; Rev. R. J.
Meflwain pastor; preaeuing on second
Sunday of each month at 11 o'clock a. m.
and at 7 p. m. Sunday Selool at 9:30
a. m. every Sunday, John Sturiock, Supt.
3atholic-Chuirch corner Wyominig ave-
Mue and Foster street
Th'e northern rail, Tia Anderson, Gay,
Bayhead and Qhipley departs every day
except Sunday .it 3:00 o'clock; a. m.;
arrives every day except Sunaay at
7:40 p. m.
East Bay mail for Hlarrison, Cronianton,.
Parker, Farmdale and Wetappo, leaves
St. Andrews going east every morning
at 6 o'clock and leaving Wetappo at
1 o'clock, arrives, coming west every
evening at 7 e clock.

SCHEDULE OF RATES:-For each five
minutes, or fraction thereof, use of
Between St. Andrews Bay &Gay.... 15c
11 ,, Bayhead 200
S i Chipley. 35c
Chipley & Bayhead........ 2c
46 Gay............. 30e
Bayhead &Gay............ 10c
For transmission by telegraph lOc.
extra, not including telegraphic service.
W.. A. EMMONS. Gen'l Mgr.

i- W. A. EMMONS,
Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and No-
tary Public for the State at Large; has
jurisdiction to administer oaths, take
affidavits, legalize acknowledgments,
etc.. anywhere in Flo.rida. Special at-
tention given to land conveyances and
to marriage services, and license issued
to lawfully qualified parties. Office at
the BUOY Office, St. Andrews Bay.
Homeopathic Physician and Ac-
coucher. Office Pioneer Drug Store,
corner of Shell avenue and Michi-
gan Street,
St. Andrews Florida

Physician and Druggist, Commerce st.,
east of Bavview, Offers his professional
services to the citizens of St. An-
drews and vicinity. Residence on Buena
Vista avenue.
Notary Public.
Willitieind promptly to all business de-
ninaniiig 1hi attention. Office on Bay-
view street. one block northeast of T.
0 Dantford's store

Attorney at Law,

gpA Lanwl Titlei and Cs'llections I
make a Specialiy,.

: i - A

One iuilar a Year in Advance.

Editor and Proprietor.
Display adraes 50c per inch permonth
Position and extraordinary condition
rates subject to special agreement.
"Local Drift," 5c per line, first insertion
211c each subsequent. Display local
double above rates.

Let the Dretam Pass.
Life hath its burdens,-
Bi-..-r. alas1 .
Still we can bear this
L- li~t- .lr-.ainm pass!
Vaiir- in-.' ever-
The sands in the glass;
Time will not linger;]
Let the dream pass!

Why in the shadow-
Why in the gleam,
Should we sit sighing
Over a dream?
Phantoms pursuing

Vainly, alas!
Deeds for the doing!-
Let the dream pass!
Ever and ever
Some flaw in the strain;
Never-oh, never
The old dreams again!
Life-lights are dying-
Night comes-ialas!
Heart, cease the sighing-
Let the dream pass!
-Atlantia Constitiuion.

The WVell-Spent Day.
If we sit down at set of sun
And count the things that we have
And counting find
One self-denyineL act, one word
That eased the heart of him who heard,
One glance most kiud,
That fell like sunshine where it went,
Then we may count the day well spent.

But if through all the livelong day
We've eased no heart by yea or nay;
If through it all
We've nothing done that we can trace
That brought the sunshine to a face,
No act most small
That helped sme poul and nothing
CC.-t, j
Ti..-n C',unt ihat caa' iowg- tlhan lost.

Love au'-i. wihereitlisteth,
And if you'll note you'll find
It goeth so correctly,
You'd hardly call it blind.

The latest advices from the seat of
war in. Africa indicate British victo-
ries and a general advance in the.pj-
sition ol tlie British voices.

Bryan is in Floiida for recreation
and turkeys. I' would be a sad
blow to thle free-silveritesif hlishould
find both so hard to bag that it
will occupy his whole time until af-
ter election.

Molineaux, in his denial of guilt
arraigns yellow journalism as the
cause of his conviction. Such is the
power of the press.

The spectacle of the supreme court
ot Montana being owned by an indi-
vidual, is in itself an example of
western hustle. In Mr. Winston's as-
sertion that Mr. Hewitt had express.
ed the opinion that Welloome would
be disbarred, "as the supreme court
was owned by Mr. Daly," there is
"right smart" to think about, and if
the political feud now being fought
between the two great copper kings,
Daly and Clark is carried to the bit-
ter end, it may show up a state of
rottenness which will be a blot on
the otherwise fair name of the state
of Montana.

In the return of Charles E. Ma-
crum, the United States consul at
Pretoria, the facts seem to be at wide
variance with the usual American
form of independence. Mr. Macium
was ordered by Secietary Hay to
look after the British interests at
that place. In all self-respect Mr.
Macrum, as American consul could
not neglect his duties as an Ameri-
can representative of the American
people residing in and around jreto-
ria io look after British subjects. He
accordingly asked fcr a recall home.
The request was repeated thiee
times before Secretary Hay could
come to the decision to send his son
out among the Boers, fusileers,
Queen's Own, etc. This was not
done, however, before Mr. Macrum
was compelled to undergo the humil-
iation of having his official mail
opened by the British censor. If it
is necessary for this government to
allow its representatives to be thus
humiliated in order to preserve ami-


When the cards were passed to the dressing. to kill time. There you are, sir. Witce
lean stranger he shook his head and "Hello," she called, hurriedly. hazel or bay rum ?"-Philadelphia Ree
pushed them over to his partner. Then a plea-aiit girl's voice an- rd.
"Deal for me," lie groaned; "I've swered. "Hello." One would better be trustful of .9
got an awful pain in my side. It "I want you to send me up two friends ho are false than doubtful pe
seems like pneumonia, but it may loaves of stale br at1, said the Y.. w. peusitiveness are at once the badge
pass in a minute."' "Madam," said t1e same pleasant and the bane of a little soul.
The group looked solicitous, and voice, "we don't k1~csp stale bread a The choral service was first used i
the snortsman taking a black bottle the telephone exclhJsige." ngland at Canterbury in 677.



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Cider 1-i... Oblin *-nic.-ni Repose.

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cable relations wi', .i- ., r ,l ,, ,,.l,- .,i' .ie rghting Svord
then should we ca.I ,,-;.1.. l,.t l i ',.I .:: The sw ir,.i'tiu is ii ' s iani will. Ikdi a Iliiit.1l.l.s or lili.i.i-r,.
is 4e4.1,-t t o evi v .\ i,,, i,..,,,-- ,. I, .. .. ,, ,,| ,. ,,. II charge auy ikhug tiat .ifft-u.-k It. ftu
liVe of freeil.ii, i ant. ,.'ht- i lii ]i., i. i.-i ,,' h,,.,l il ] i, .ll,, i dolng an amount o.f *-x 'Ui]i<.u h:i>'lT
ciple upon which ti,. L -,: 1 ..i..,il i ,1 in i c -le .1 ." to Ie bell ed did anot the Le v'd.ri,-re ,x.
\ a I i t. CHm 0at I.Ii t.-i.n Awi r,.Iilsih ,.1],-
was tlsundel anid l 1.i Ihi,,l, I.." i;. ,| th ,, s t ,,t I, ,., ,,, ,. ,.I 1 uo t Interea-tug aud m.ay Iw .-.o>i]al:ireI
plants at the feet ,. I ....: 1l, I I .,I .I lin. *.' s .i1r ihii to a du-l between two expert sws'ur.d-.
been fortunate enlo s.h- ti, i-,, o ,' ,,.,|s ,l i, 1h*,, ..un ,. id ,- l'll >:ti '. luLVun. SuIJ h a < ,cnte t i ol,.-rve
off thie hsiig pi.-r that .-xts-nds out into
and a;-e iicensed tl., t is sn ,ii .1 .. I,.- : ,hiill.. a-- iii,.,lnjl -. the ocean at Snuta M,-,ni,:a. near Los
sal, ionaich.liv. **i c n-ii'.; i'- _'' l. liiI ts Angeles. last .year. Some fi-jert ne
Snotic-ed two big filh lealstug out of thi
-lte M tl :i'oliifl, -'t ll%,'* 1 .II -, "-. water and dasing.- along the surface.
1e Ma iroin MaiI e.h in.n i 11.11 M ilit Ihe .It- Soon It was seen that they were sw,rd.
As a westerner, I ,I-% a, i-...J I.\ II l, ]i .n s "sh
the diret l ..,b .. '- ' hI, The senqon wag whn the fish are tin-
Tih *bicr eet ,il s .i" Iie ". Wi,. I"I-'.- ,-, ,| l lh usually fero.viouis. I'T ey ad inade sev.-
e b -- t .. . I .-.- -.. -t m s li A li, hen observed were
sonr dowr.-east siM ter, % l., e ti n ,.-itl fl. t 1,, tl. r / a ci e q. rtcr iitrl1.g ; -.ac I n r..,
, j powerl'Il side b-ffws'llke ntuaviine...'
example is always lcl i .u nI At the .n .. .,i ,,it i1 he This was unsatisfa.-tory, and finally
eyes, I felt thalit I was about to sot lanky repr.-.,.iit-.t e1t i. ',, ie they separated and darted lt each oth-
fout on tl.e steppiing-sts.ne of heaven. State was lc1.i ,,I.sn. at Ih-,. ,rd ta- er like arrows sal fi atr lithi ghui
1 Ill.- .d "their sharp dorsal fins cut through il
.I provide ai ini t the' serpent that Ihle. I wa, I......1. n,,i i, ,.1, ll- ied in They evidently struck head on, one
iiu.-t inivanablly hauint such an Elden, him. As %%e i h ...-,J the iil_.1 over missing, while the sword of thV other
I filled my pickieilt flaislk witi fie the 2irri n r i ,Ii struck just below the eye and plowed
Spilled mny pocket flask wity the tse Merriimel It I,,.s-5ight. el| ha|n f" a deep furrow in the fish, partly dis--
standard western remedy for snake- a noent, i ,t..i ij ti ii iti tiad abling it, so that it turned and attempt-
.bites. passed the .-,iate lo.Ho I -iked fr- ed to escape. But its adversary also
e train ft the Union station at turned and with a rush drove its sword
ttn lethe Ui, station at ward in ti.' i' jii'.il fiiinl completely through the body of its foe
9 in the mirniiig, and anticipating a was playing s- eu' np \iitli a ;waftlhy and held it fast, only wrenching its
stupid ride I went into the smoking stranger. Weapon loose when its enemy stopped
i I ent io he aflming.-San Francisco Call.
car to enjoy a cigar and read my Dropping ilt,) a :se:,, I patiently smming.-San Francisco Call
newspaper. The car was fitted Up waited for J,..,pmet-.,. \\'e were Put Through His Paces.
The wealthy Briton is confessedly
with mahogany card tables and sta- due to reach Pol ,l.ni ilh at 1 :40. I the most fastidious man living as to
tionary cribbage boards. In the looked at miy iatch Irrin time to the quality of his personal domestic
seats in front of me wer,, three tray- time and lthn at tIe mai from service. The concentrated energy with
ei; I which ai Englishman will rebuke his
cling men.. Maine-.- I ran lth IV,.. bel,l to get servant for an offense so slight that
"Play euch|r?" said tone of thoen, uneasy, li. [ i a: .,l,,ie.l Nsigns of the nv,-il--e American fails to observe
looking toward a rean, lanky stran- suffering a.-l lihe n..l,l vi..lently. It bears out the above statement, anti
Sing .l it is this s ,ial condition that has de-
ger. H y went ir..in one spaiin int.) anoth- veloped the. hyperaristccratic intelll-
"Does it cost anything?'' er dtil it .eineil that hIe could not gence office in London.
"Not a cent*" recover ais bi catll.. Those who propose changing serv-
"Well, nIguessI'll comei ,"Tants are not content with references
"Well, then, 1 guess '11 come ill," The b .kenla, I,,u-ht some water and a perfunctory interview with the
and lie opened himself like a jack- in a tin 'llI T"Ifi, ,i' i in-g man mo- man or maid under consideration, but
knife and strolled to his place. His tioned him, a, ..,i, "I wou insist upon a full dress rehearsal of
-I would both manners and appearance.
thin, freckled face looked as if it had never dare (..,gih) .j1- take'water The servant in livery is put through
been carved with a chisel, and is (cough); it kepif, wa 0e.' all his prices, must display the size of
c t rct 11 t av his calves, the haughtiness of his pose,
clothes "ere economically cut to save. Thbe ,,|ay .stinger" drew from ,s wcl as breeding in handling a
cloth. Altogether, ie had an his grip a j,.t]t 1flm.5k and handed it -ard. announcing a guest or serving at
air of Yankee thrift that might sug- to the suilerer, The spasmodic t! is taken for granted The
gest to a cynical observer that Ie cough cfa,-.ed I-sr a imi,,.iunt and a fa. master and the mistress sit by and dis-
had taken the rear seat to save ihe iniliar \,.ice ,aid: cuss the points of groom or butler as
interest on his fare while the conduct- ..Iy I i ,|, I.i n i le .ate they would those of a high priced horse
hhis way th tg"ii.I Itii ii the LahIe or valuable dog. Domestics are taken
or was akig hi way through e of ain i ve in tl with great seriousness by the upper
cair., There was a chill about him -i I i k, but class Englishmen, and for that reason
car., Ti ietrrout w a ehii l a h nf icr M'M t ir '" a ,lirk, h nothing IS left. to I1., w< qu ti,,r,-',li ri-t the
that suggested a diet of ice-watei, '' jl a I,- i ,t r i ... servants' hal.-Cs f .irtu I.i l i taler.
and when he cut the cards, I lalf ex- .iedicie. ",
pected that they would be frost-bit- \e .. as Mrs. Scotch andShe Is Wrote.
tell byis We i.11-I ifoHll. ..iil as Mrs. Rohmboddie-What are you
ten by his touch. ian ehl hb II. h1 lli-,. ,-shin I ti ,l b.ietl. reading that absorbs you so?
As the tiain ruslied over the bridg- There, i ieari i ee., but hi- Mr. Hohmboddid (looking up from
es and through suburban cities the e, but his book)-It is a new Scotch novel.
es aId through suburban cities to e cough wa.-. i.tolped,. Mrs. Hohmboddie (with enthusiasm)
novelty of my surroundings so en- ,Vhen we ieachedl NNorth Berwick -Oh, I am so fond of those dear dialect
grossed my attention that I did not it seemed a,- if the very air %a., di u things! Do read me a little.
notice the caid-players again until I io, h Mmboaine air vi tlddie (reading)-1"Ye see,
hcilt. It -,,Maine air qn,l-etifltl* Elpsie," said Duncan doucely, "I might
heard tho stranger say: agreed i tie maln who claline. hae mair the matter wi' me than ye
"I guess I'm going to be real sick., s i. set le wad be spierin. Aiblins me een Is a
I goig that state av Ias hiome. He settled bit dazzllt an am hearing the poolses
I never had such a tearful pain be- himself ill the cornier oi a likely seat thuddin In ma oars, an ma tongue In
tore in all my life." and fi lli.i. inhlutiioiltly on both clavin when It sud be gaein, an div ye
He put his hand on the pit, of hissd e N % no' hear the dirlin o' ma hart an feel
stomach, and there were sharp liesn the shaken o' ma ond this day gin I
Theatstomach, and there e sharp as aut desrted flei gat a glimpse o' ye, sair hirplin like an
on his face that indicated intense ag- e left l ad a cang a auld mon? Div ye nae guess what's a'
ony. The dealer looked up sympa- e the steer, hinney, wi'out me gaein it
cover the u l,.-ittnair- l], i .le-enlalive Il mair words?"
thetically and his paitner said: prollibit.l-i. In a Iti v low ,,ne lihe Mrs. Hohmboddie-Stop, for good-
"'ye got a little something with ,, ness' sake! What in the world is the
rme from Kentucky. P .ias it a ;te c e creature frying to say?
me frOitd Kentucky. P"as it who|ei, b',t siA.ljiuIi, he teil de- Mr. Hohmboddie-He's making a dec-
might do you good." )cidedly. lc hi lli, ni:ui lil ilN M l Il. I laratlon of love.
ome toro Maine." said the i Mrs. Hohmboddie-A declaration of
ean w e don't dri u went fo0i'tr iriIa ithe b.i;a.ii- cA love! I thought he was telling a lot
stranger, "and we don' t drink rum and reti,,,l t ii, ,1p|ale, I, ig rdl of symptoms to his doctor.-Collier's
down there. But, as a m medicine, I fac I Ii, ,l,, ci ,| lI i,, ". l nt, la it W weekly.
might take a few drops, if you don't would .1,ol,. J'elh5isj, it u ai ni.,ll- "I am indebted to One Minute Cough
think it. would go to my head." Cure for my health and life. It cured me
SThe px or inm-les by tn, tiue. of lung t-ouble following grippe," Thous-
The dummies assured gl.e at iy Iatcl asked hands owe their lives to the prompt action
something warming wasust what lie of this never failing remedy. It cureq
warming w just w that tho sin hi.l lda.eisl li i ii'dian. coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, pneumo-
needed, and a bottle was brought Bringing nt the flk I h killed at nia, grippe and throat and lung troubles.
fortli. The man from Maine took a Its early use prevents consumption. It
d cleared his thioat and seeed Boston aiil i liaCrl nig lli top, I is the only harmtess remedy that gives
rnk, clard is throat and seeme aid, "S i r, ,, ji, e?" immediate relief, R. F. Brackin & Son,
better at once. Then the game "T ,eiel, e a
went onil "I a-m a Maimle lilS-" Snyder, the calculating barber, had
Lounging back in my seat and As th.' irminiL lveel 1p ai Portland, not opened his lips for fally four min-
watching the dissolving panorama of utes, and it v.-as plaiu to be seen that
snow-bound villages, I ruminated on rwed rii :l. > r hiiil of li- he swallowed twice, breathed hard for
the incident. It was impossible not o that fls ,l s othly a moment and gave vint to his feelings
to pity the people's of Maine, whose I n a ilare h1, .-J. D. Ells- in this nianner:could do
strict prohibition principles deprived woth. if I were only a flea. I read in a scien-
t.liem o: the gacious influence of a h tific paper the other day that if a man
litle stimnulant in cases of sudden F. B. Thirkhead, liluhs Inspector of were built on the same lines as a flea
Chicago, ..m.', K.,.l.)I l- f^-"'cli-i Cure can- he could jump from Philadelphia to
illnes.n I was resided of the not be re..n e, t, -, t.h. y. It cured Pittsburg in one leap. I mean, of
AtmLynn I was reminded of th e ofsr.: h 't"'. Ii sests what course, if he had all the power of a
, me ofsex, r ds3F,,>p It dlgests what e increased in proportion to his size.
euchre players as one of the drummers you eat and cure ,und s ;'-'-hnr, heartburn fleaThink eahow quickly prophet could circumsize
got out and another passenger took and all forms of dyspe sia. R. F. Brack- navigate the globe. It might be possi-
his place. The last coiner carried a in & Son ble to get around the world in an hour
giip cace a h wlast a 4 Tlie distance from Philadelphia t(
gun case and was dressed for a hunt- Not in Tih r Line. Pitts arg is 334 miles, and the equate
ing trip. When we reached Salem The young im.ii 1' woman hiad cl circumference of the earth is 24,
at 9:35 the two remaining drunnmmels been telephoning to he grocer for an 902 mi les. aton in mental arih
left. The loan stranger and ithe order fo supplies. girl Iad taken "Atic will show you that this world b
sportsman found two new partners her order and had jn t said good-bye, a fraction over T7O leaps. It surely.
and continued playing. Suddenly the young married woman woul n't take a minute for eah jmp
As I hIad finished my cigar atHl ex- remembered that ai,,lihad a turkey for Think' of comic in in here, wi th three o
hausted my newspaper, I tried to to-morrow's dinner andi must have four customer ahead, ai t h i
amuse myself by watching the game. something with which to make the stead of sittg downjups around waithe wors



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,'."-11 ,"*. ,'i i' II.*t- h [JLi ,- i l .1 l S li "
metmiil a'i'l.ulte i ilItio nl weakening
ifter ei cts likely to produce nucreas-
d sy5 mtpt.as.
"Through a study based on the laws
of physiology In human anatomy ex-
ending over a period of a dozen'or
Imore years i have learned that under
certain pliysical imaleouitions.' said
he [piysic;'au. "uthe suliji givenn relief by assuming positions at
est that will from the ease afforded
he affected parts serve as a natural
jon:iioltni agc uy. it will be readily
-:!t'-'i'"t; 1 It ,t o', 1fn')iilned position
vill tv:., : to prevent untural repose,
-,-' 1 m c,. :-ro, I.t ble one will woo it.
:t .... -::y in: lll:t 'a: s stenm to
a p'.m: p, '-:i (;f ease tnoy in reality be
he 'rev er "r
" oiir i tts.:; ::'. a dyspeptic will rest
Lnorte r;:-i'y ly'g on tihe r' iI side for
h'e sintlp 'e iasoni thu. i in 1.li position
Ie- fotd iuntu;Irally gravitates out of the
stoi,:(.lit nailt into Ihe intestines, while
f lyv n ts l I ile oIinsite side tliat or
gan. in i ts weakened state. has to per-
form an uphill process of digestion.
This is Inply suticieut to produce in
"Lying fat on the hack. with the
limbs relaxed, would seem to secure
the greatest amount of rest for the
muscular system. whether in good
health or illness. Such Is the position
advocated by physicians generally In
the most exhausting diseases, and It
s bailed as a sign of rapid recovery
when a patient exhibits an Inclination
to turn on either side. Brt at the same
time there are several disadvantages
n the supine posture which Impair or
embarrass sleep. whether in case of
severe illness or ordinary health. Thus
in weakly states of the heart or blood
vessels al<1 c-wrtai!ii imov-Uidi conditions
of the brain the blood seems to gravi
tate to r'ie ba.ck of the head and to ac
cordingly produce troublesome dreams.
I believe that much of that weaken-
ing dl'irium which the physician has
to contend with in treating serious
maladies is often cecasioned In this
"In persons who habitually stoop in
their gait or work, either as a result
of the requirements of their occupa-
tion or from the course of their physi-
cal development, there must necessari-
ly ble some distress consequent in
s+t-.aigh.tening the spine. It may not
be s'f icient to cause pain and yet be
such a strain as to prevent perfect
ease. The result is unconscious rest-
lessness, which is the producer of In-
"People who have contracted chests
cannot sleep well lying upop their
backs. This rule applies especially to
those who have suffered with pleurisy
and retain adhesions of the lungs. They
will find it easier to get to sleep upon
the right side and that their somnolent
rest will do them more good If they
observe this advice. Furthermore, the
habit of lying on the back is the cre-
ator of snoring, which much belabors
sleep and prevents the subject from
receiving the full benefit of Its recuper-
ating effects.
"It is desirable, therefore, in all cases
to lie on the side, and in the absence of
special diseases rendering it more de-
sirable to lie on the weak side, which
leaves the strong lung free to expand,
the right side should be chosen. A
glance at any plate of the visceral
anatomy will show that when the body
is thus placed the food in the process
of digestion Is greatly aided in Its
passage from the stomach into the in-
testines. Here the principle of gravi-
tation directly applies. Then the fact
that the stomach doesn't compress the
upper portion of the intestines is still
another advantage to be gained from
lying on the right side when sleep
wooing ease to the entire human mech-
anism is under serious consideration.
"In conclusion. I wish to refer to
some injurious eccentricities, or fads,
in sleeping which I have observed. A
wealthy woman once came to me for
treatment for bad dreams of the or-
der commonly called nightmare. Up-
on making Inquiry I discovered that
she was in the habit of lying at, rest
with her arms thrown up over her
bead, a position greatly to be deprecat-
ed, although it will Induce sleep In per-
sons who have weak lungs. The cir-
culation is thereby made stronger In
the extremities, and the head and neck
and muscles of the chest are drawn
up and relaxed by the shoulders."-
Philadelphia Times.

Slip of the Tonague.
"What do you sell that ribbon for?"
asked a young lady in a High street
dry goods store.
"Eight dollars a week-oh, beg par-
don, 25 cents a yard, madam."--Colum-
bus (0.) State Journal.

"Shall 1 sing 'Because l Love You?'"
asked Mrs. Darley as she seated her-
self at the piano.
"No," replied Mr. Darley, who Is a
brute. "If you love me, don't sing."-
Detroit Free Press.

L The hypophosphites that are
combined with the cod-liver oil
give additional value to it because
they tone up the nervous system
and impart strength to the whole
4C .'.nli, ao l. ii'rC.' r.
SC TT & RON BC _, nE.i.w .,, NI.-' Yor.

A P-l-pfr'd Pavor.
'llr-:l t ... ,lls. l 'lt. ',:r u \ .H at
.'hi.'l a! i'.'l.-,l I,.. 1,,I hbis brother.
1:' Itn. l.l n l.d i u n olid 'agilIe
"<0;i'. |I,'! ill th,lV ",'* Ai ile twu 1 hoys
'.. ti. :n d tjxailJ y Il.le n.v other
,ii -r ~ -i 4_'n c.n. rLra -i n, it is re-
it.l1 n inn.-h r. Li'.n in thai IPrincq
". '.l t., v : l..-n ai il Iu ti. ,:-k and
.1 hii.,.- t. ,.,il rr I ,i r ith himiL. iold
.,* ;i n.. ... -,. 1. lri th l ,.ii .j -1 ,,f the
l: .lt l.i-.. su l I ,o r tb6he
, ( i|;" n it].'" '.l.' i ir % v. oul1 I e.
i(ily t i. '*..ril..- thv" lin -ee w oiut
ni.. tl .''. i .. i, il ,-i .:te the Ii-
'i],, ..:i,,; n t, l: I lalat'l: ni rd in huge
Wir-i-- u.. i \' i 't.. in Ir any iiutfal
Lli .ura.e ui 'vr I.,s sch; .:l.lf:llows.
Un con- tn 1 nt ional.
**" ', 'Iat a w r e', i ,', ; ,* ln r'. >.-\,.'lntuled
lg, i ,'<,,.inh r_,, m j l -ltuar it the art
".:.;) r'.I,"i. t, jl n',-: o 0 p ,al. to a -
'l .I L r.
'-aL han!" launlhsrl the strq0gor. "It
A iiry ti- vi lijt.i all the I Tlie l ore ,
ir,. 'I .r,1, l~u' I r. .i!ly am uct Ibth .

)afnter of that plituire."
This is a cold, iouoclastlc age, and
,he mortifying. yet instructive, con:
tretemps of the o.ll.a time is not good
form in literature now.-Chicago Trib-
Grptihld'' Cs Ceparison.

Laurence Gronlund. the ooci:nlistde
writer who ended his days lu .N-w
York, was a thorough pessimist. One
evening, after he had denounced tbh
modern Industrial system in savage
terms, a friend remarked:
"It is not so had as Russian dea-
sotsmni is it?"
"Not quite. The former Is the worst
pcs!'ILe; the latter the worst concelV'

Kaffir Greetitg.
'Saku bona" are the first words a
stranger learns of the Kaffir vocabu-
lary. The expression Is the commodf
form of.salutatlon used by the natives,
and its literal translation is, "I .se
you." It is considered a mark om re-_
spect not to give the greeting imme-
diately, the clay showing the rover-
ence "r, which the native holds bld
visitor. -Philadelphia Record.

Our Curious Brain.
A wonderful piece of self analysis;
worthy of St, Augustine, which occurs
in one of John Donne's funeral ser-
mons, gives poignant expression to
what must doubtless have been a com-
mon condition of so sensitive a brain.
"I throw myself down in my cham-
ber, and I call in and invite God and
his angels together, and when they are4
there I neglect God and his angels for
the noise of a fly, for the rattling of a
coach, for the whining of a dog; I talc
on in the same posture of prayer, eyes
lifted up, knees bowed down, as thought
I prayed to God, and if God should ask -
me when I last thought of God if,,that
prayer I cannot tell. Sometimes I find
that I forgot what I was about, but
when I began to forget it I cannot telL
A memory of yesterday's peas nres. a
fear. of tomorrow's dangers, a straw
under my knee, a noise in mine ear, a
chimera in my brain, troubles me In
my prayer."
It is this brain, turned Inward upon
Itself and darting out on every side ln
purely random excursions that was re-
sponsible, I cannot doubt, for all the
contradictions of a career in wv.-hi the
Inner logic is not at first apparent,--

I In

I 011?

You may have heard
and -have a vague notion
that it is cod-liver oil with
its bad taste and smell and
all its other repulsive fea-
tures. It is cod-liver oil, the
purest and the best in the,
world, but made so palata-
ble that almost everybody
can take it. Nearly all
children like it and ask for

sCon's i.


looks like cream; it nour-
ishes the wasted body of
the baby, child or adult "

better than cream or any'
other food in existence. It
bears about the same rela-
tion to other emulsions that
cream does to milk. If you
have had any experience
with other so-called "just as
good" preparations, .you
will find that this is a fact.

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SAR 1 IV E L 0 C A D R I FT -Look at Mauger's Advertisement. Tax
R I I N -A ood big Tablet for 8 cts and ai I will be
-For Furniture, Springs, Mattress- good thick school tablet with 175 leaves Friday, 11 ,u
es, etc., go to T. C. Danford's. for lOcts; all with handsome covers and ass i
good, ruled paper, at the, BUOY office. eig i
-The L. B. Q will cure a cold in one -The largest watermelon ever for the e'ri
I day For sale at the Pioneer Drug grown, weighing 1491 pounds, was:pro-
', Store, duced from W. M. Girardeau's "Tri-
A-Rev. Loudermilk preached morn- umph" seed the past season. The Buoy A P0o
ing and evening at the Baptist church has a few packages of tne sed of these Remove
-M. last Sunday. wonderful melons, and will give, while odo drastl.- ,
-Mr. and Mrs. Dell Spiva mourn the they last, as a premium to every sub- delicate '
NOTB.-It must be remembered that the loss of their infant daughter, born on scriber of th. Buoy, ahoasks for-them calomel, '*
wind is not a wholly reliable motive pow- Wednesday, the 21st inst. and pays $1 for a year's subscription, Dr. King'-
rand iftothea sailorsscheduometimes find it im- -Thehousehold goods, engine etc., (eiheranew or renewal), seedsenough sefetl as
charged tothe elements; they do the best belonging to A. J. Trisket were tans- of these great melons to plant twenty- tion. Onl.
ttev ean. ported to Chipley last Saturday morn- fiye hills. Order at once and say vou
g.Tax Collector A..Q Jones has been want Triumph watermelon seeds. The H,
PACKET SCHOONER Buoy has also a few packages of Giant The mInnn 1
I T very seriously sick at his home in Ver- Begguoy has also a few packages of Giant was a Scot
.Ni'wJ.?.LJ. non, but at, last accounts was reported Beggar Weed seed, which will be given was a Scot
T but improvast accounts was repor to subscribers on the same conditions, the tirn. .
ROB'T GwALTNy, MAs'I'tat. to be improving. State whether ou wish melon or beg- 1.
Leaves St. Andrews Bay every Tuesday, -Found-A plain gold ring, which r Statewedhether yonlyu wish melone of thbeg- desir't, us
leaves Pensacola every Friday, the owner can have by proving-prouer- miums will be sent with one year s drop i...
(weather permitting). Special atten- ty and paying for this notice, subscription. Take vour choice and be taker, I.."
tion will be given to receiving and ERNEST SELDEN, sure you name your wish, or neither addr.--.,.. I
fornaidingficightfor talities livingon will besent. ed h
Eat and North Bay, iasseng-ers for -The Kalamazoo Celery erve and -- minli-.. .l
points on either arm of the Bay can Blood Tonic is the best. A guarantee Great Rejoicing! what y.. aui
depend upon securing prompt trans- certificate goes with every bottle. For Mor in "N."
portation at reasonable rates. For sale at the Pioneer Drug Store, St. An- No More Medicine!
further information apply to dress Bay. The Dr. King Chill Pad curesC Cill-.. 11 F n.-
SL. M. WARE & CO., Agts o r it fails we refund your money. t tllu 'Il'
--Uur correspondent.swl ,pla, -.ear to t)ac our gura It is a -.,r '"-" 1
--i hin id that iti-irtavor'mut ii- e main l '-I ventative. IJ' vour druggist does ht 'l t I'
NAI'H'iHA l.AI.it 'H, early enougli to reach u.n not later than keep tnemi we will mail you ore on re- "Man,''
XT n L IN E Monday evening;otherwisethey cannot ceipt of price-$1.00. THE DR. KING ye Lyo' Pt.
JAPr. D. WTHERILL. apnear in the current issue. CHILL PAD CO., Memphis, Tenn. I asutred
Carries the East Bay M,,1il h, t ,,n St. -Bring vour ordinary school ink bob- The Polite Policeman. whl he r
Andrews Bay, \,-t.tpp.j and intermedi- tle to the Buoy office and for 5c get it It was crowded oja the avenue, and feet2 inch
ate points. Le.. ,.. 's. Andrews daily filled with Arnold's celebrated Chem- there was a constant stream of vehi- 5 ft .tI incl
(except Sunday) at 6:100 a. in.; arrive at ical Writing Fluid-the very best ink cles coming and going. At the crossing ravel,-.1 i.
Wetppo at 130rrives pat St. l eave Wetappo made. Must have your own cork, of two of the most congested streets -.r ,tarry i
arrives at Andrews at stood a police officer, tall and com- fair."
7:30 p'm. Makes landings regularly at -Just received the finest stock of mending, irroproachably dressed and
Harrisog Cromantoni, Parker, Pitts- perfumes, candies, genuine maple su- with an eye tliat compelled obedience.

aniy ptoffce wharf. For passenger and gar, figs, dates, prunes, English cur- When the tide of travel surged thiek
freight rates, see rate card in the sev- rants, apple butter, quince butter mince est,'a little old lady came to the curb
eral pfsfoffices. meat in bulk at the Pioneer Drug Store. and looked out into the impassable
DAi M. WITHERILL, Conti-actor. A society has been oranied stream of carriages and wagous.fEvi-
-A society has been organized dently she wanted to get across The
A amongthe young ladies of St. Andrews gallantry of the big policeman took
of hr D eafn.esandNAois ain cHead and is known as the Young Ladies' possession of him. He approached her
by Dr. Nicholson's Artificial Ear Drums, Reading Club. Miss Jessio.MitOhell is and held up his hand.
gave $10,000 to his Institute, so that president and Mrs. J. T. Gwaltney sec- "Don't be afraid. I'll see that you
deaf people, unable to procure the Ear retary and treasurer. get across safely," he said.
Drums may have them free. Address No. -FHaudomc letter heads with St. The old lady shook her-head nerv-
1221 The Institute, 780 Eighth avenue, Andrew Bay datte ine and views ously and -the-td t.re undecided than
New York. Andrews Bay date line and views fever. T : came, nearer. -
eithberI-r. Atilr-'s Bluff. or Bu.-nn Vista Takino. her ari ho t, .. teto read her
A Week's Weatler. Point, at 8c. per dozen: also map of the a stopping the steady stream of
The following table gives the maxi- letter sheet at 12. er dozen, at the passersby in wagons nd cart. he
mum, minimum and mean tempera- BUOy office old lady hung back, pr...tstili. When
tures, the rainfall and direction of the -It you rethinking of buying prop- the slow way to the other side of the
wind, for the twenty-four hours ending erty in St. Andrews or immediate vi- leased her arm. She looked at him in
at 7 o'clock p. m., as indicated by U. S. cinity, you cannot afford to purchase a dazed way and said with some sharp- brings ji
government self-registering thermom- until you have conferred with the pro- ness: "What on earth did you want to mother to
eters. Max:Min. Mean. R'n W'd prietor of the Buoy. If you are short of drag me across that road for? I had and a ebo
Feb. 2 60 46 53 .00 w money and want to buy on longtime for an errand to do on the other side."- attractive
$& 23 69 3? 46 .00 s actual settlement you can be accommo- Detroit Free Press.
24 62 40 50 .55 n dated.
25 4o 37 43 .00 nw -The lighthouse tender Arbutus has A Great City M or Prayer.
4 26 68 34 51 n A visitor to Moscow soon discovers Arm
26 68 34 51 .00 been in port for the past week engaged why it is called the Holy City. Ev- 9t'i' l
or week27 -61 41 4 51 6 .90 42 sn the survey for the location of the ery 200 or 300 feet there is a cathedral,
or week. .61 1.42 range lights, which are to mark the church, chapel or shrine, and which- takesawa
entrance to East Pass. the work of con- ever way you look you see people the vital'
Parker Lodge No. 142 struction upon which was commneur.-d c,:r.-.tm: i..n-. .:.. IUntil one ha. -. .-,'s- c.
S .E'. & .A .- I. on Tuesday. t-un I,,-'.-"' ri h [l.r'y tf the' p1h '" i1 r-'r cCA
m Regular Communi- -L. T. Travis, agent Southern R. R.. nt Inly ut :t......D. h u,.:-r c: in .-
j'--- cations on the first Selina, Ga., writesl'.I.fljnol- -ay t,, ,... . -T -.-r'V.-T ..- r. ......
G t-_ and third Saturday ruch in praise of One Minute CougIL all the time and people praying in the woma"
Sin eaclnimonth. Cure. In my case it worked like a public streets at all hours of day and would -
SVsi liimg Brothers charm." The only harmless remedy night. Foradv
FRATERNALLY INVITED. that gives immediate results. Cures directions
E. PALMER, W. M. coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, and Volcanic Eruptions i ThetiLad:
W. A. Emmos. Secretary all throat and lung troubles R. F. Are grand, but skin eruptions rob life The Chat
of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve cures tanooga,1
Brackin& Son. them; also old running fever sores, ul- I'KS.LO
Lewis Dennis, Salem, Ind., svys, "Kod- -Messrs. Willcox, Haight and Wil- cers, boils, felons, corns, warts, cuts. we had be
ol Dyspepsia Cure did mo mere good lard offer their professional services as bruises, burns, scalds, chapped hands, not have a
than ai.ything I ever took." It digests, d ltos of th o An- chilblairis. Best pile cure on earth. Ihad a fin
what you eat and cannot help but depopulators of the genus hog. Any Drives out pains and aches. Only 25 ts
dyspepsia and stomach troubles. R. PF. one desiring their services will find a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by all
Brackin & Son. them at their office on Commerce ave- druggists. Ernest '

Two Railroad Passes.
When its limited express trains were
put on some years ago, the Lake Shore
Railway company decided to charge
extra for the privilege of riding on
them, and John Newell, Who was pres-
Ident of the system at that time, gave
orders that passes, half rate tickets,
etc., should not be honored on the "fli-
ers." It was not intended, of course,
that the complimentaries Issued to high
officials of other roads should be void
on the fast trains, but through an over-
sight a yearly pass was sent to D. W.
Caldwell. president of the Nickel Plate,
which bore on its face the words:.
"Not good on Lake Shore limited
A few days after Mr. Caldwell's pass
had been issued Mr. Newell received
an annual pass on the Nickel Plate
with the following Indorsement:
"'Not good on passenger trains."
Messrs. Newell and Caldwell remain-
ed consistent enemies until the former
died and was succeeded by the latter
as president of the Lake Shore.-Chi-
cago Times-Herald.
Somewhat Mixed.
A gent.mnan from a neighboring
town In .M ssmsis.pl told the o-llowing
Iast nl:iim'
"I walked into a small store the oth-
er day and found the proprietor lying
on the counter just dozing off into a
sleep. He roused himself on my ap-
proach, and, jumping to the floor,
quoted the tfmiliar line:
"'A horse! A horse! My kingdom
5etr a horse!'.
"'Where did you get that?' I asked.
"'Oh, don't you know? That's what
Absalom. said when his horse ran un-
der the tree and left him hanging by
the hair to a limb. I thought every-
body knew where that came from.' "-
Mesmphis cimitar.

Strong Proof.
IHettie- So you really think that
jGeorge. is in love with you?
Edlt-Oh,. I am sure of it! You
ibhoild hear some of the mean things
he says about you and the rest of the
girls In our set.-Boston Transcript.

His Life Was Saved.
Mr. J, E. Lilly, a prominent citizen
of Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonder-
ul deliverance from a frightful death,
In telling of it he says: "I was taken
with typhoid fever that ran into pneu-
monia. My lungs became hardened. I
was so weakI couldn't even sit upin
btd. Nothing helped me. I expected
soon to dle of consumption, when I heard
of Dr. King's New Discovery. One bot-
tle gave great relief. I continued to use
it and now am well aidi strong. Can't
qay too much in its prakio." This mar-
v,'llou medic'in'e i kthc -urest and quick-
egt cure in the world e ifor all throat and
Sang trouble. Regular sizes 50 cents and
$I. Trial bottles free at any drug store;
Very' bottle guaranteed.

nue. To'prospective patrons it maybe
well to state, however, that the afore-
said executioners stipulate that the an-
imal to be operated upon be either in a
pet, or tied.
-The Buoy has a limited quantity of
California sorghum, or sugar cane seed
for sale at 5c. per ounce; 40c. ner pound.
This cane grew ten feet high and two
inches through at the base on the Buoy
Farm the past season, and is very rich
in saccharine matter. If ordered by
mail, add le per ounce for postage.
Also a few Nonesuch strawberry plants
for sale at 50c. per hundred.
-Taxes for 1S99 became due Nov. 1.
and all those who are depending upon
the Buoy to attend to the payment of
theirs will, of course, remember that if
they have a sufficient tax account cred-
it to cover the amount, the payme'Tt
will certainly be attended to; but if
they have not such a credit and satisfac-
tory arrangement to that end have not
been made, they just as surely will not
be paid by the Buoy.
-The North Bay mail boat was de-
tained at Anderson on Wednesday of
last %ek ..n .account of the weather,
but came .down early Thursday morn-
ing and immediately left on the return
trip. The weather which prevailed for
a week or ten days was a severe trial
upon the mail carriers and boats; but
they stood to their tasks manfully, and
the department is to be congratulated
on the efficiency oflthe St. Andrews
Bay mail service.
-The Buoy has been informed by
several pa- ties of their having received
proepectuses o6 so-called "Klondike"
'Miniag," "Manufacturing," etc.,
companies. Some of these circulars
have come into our hands, and from
their contents, fraud is shown on the
face of them. The Buoy would warn
any and all would-be St. Andrews in-
vestors to thoroughly investigate before
placing their money in the hands of
any ot.these concerns.
-We have saved many doctor bills
since we began using Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy in our home, We
keep a bottle open all the time and
whenever any of my family or myself
begin to catch cold we begin to use the
Cough Remedy, and as a result we nev-
er have to send away for a doctor and
incur a large doctor bill, for Chamber-
lain's aCough Remedy never fails to
cure. It is certainly a medicine of
great merit and worth.-D. S. MEAR.
KLE, General Merchant and Farmer,
Mattie, Bedford county, Pa. For sale
by L. M. Ware, St. Andrews and
Bayhead and all medicine dealers.

Weapons of the Skunk.
A sunk once challenged a lion to
single combat. The lion promptly de-
clined the honor. "Why," said the
skunit "are you afraid?" "Very much
so," said the lion. "for you would only
ga'n fame for having the honor to fight
with a lion. while every one who met
me for a month would know I had
been in company with a skunk."
This reminds us of the story about
Henry Ward Beecher's father, the fa-
mous Dr. L,.;man Deecher., who, when
asked why he did not reply to some--
body who had severO.ty attacked him
in a newspaper, replied that when a
young man. crossing a field one night
with an armful of books, he saw a
small aninial and after hurling several
volumes at the animal found he got the
worst of it. and ever since had thought.
it better to let such animals alone.-
Our Dumb Animals.

G. H. Appleton, justice of the peace,
Clarksburg, N. J., says, "DeWitt's Little
Early Risers are the best pills made for
constipation. We use no others."
Quickly cures all liver and bowel troub-
les. R.F. Brackin & Son.
('.sa'iugt trie Czar.
Peter '. '* ....r was once very neatly
:au;!.t in a tr':) 1.by n jester attached
'-) t:e c,'s"t. The jester v.'as noted fc"
, Ais cleve:'es-s in gCtt'in himself amnd
his fr;hn's out of difficulties. It hap-
pend one day that a cousin of his had
incurred the czar's diifpleasure and
was about to be executed. The latter
therefore presented himself before his
imperial majesty to beg for a reprieve.
On seeing him approach, the czar, di-
vining his errand, cried: "It is no good
to come here. I swear I will not grant
what you are going to ask."
Immediately the jester went down
on his knees, saying, "I beseech your
Imperial highness to put that scamp
cousin of mine to death."
The czar, thus caught in his own
trap, could only laugh and pardon the
condemned man.-Columbian.

Have You the Gout?
The following cure for the gout Is
taken from an old work: First, the
person must pick a handkerchief from
the pocket of a maid of 50 years who
has never had a wish to change her
condition; second, lie must wash it in
an honest miller's pond; third, he must
dry it on a parson's hedge who was
never covetous; fourth, he must send
It to a doctor who never killed a pa-
tient: fifth. he must mark It with a
lawyer's ink who never cheated at
client; sixth, a:>ply to the part -.'.- ,-.
and a cure will speedily follow.

To Cure LaGrpl)pe in Two Days
Take Lxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund the money if it
fqils to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signature
du every box. 5o,

,.--or'. Notice. ~.lt,',ll t e olie l'1blic !Sl0hool.
S ..\ Andrews Bay dl I'l u cl.siing exercises of lie St,
2 tI,i the purpose tf' Andrews public school were hell last
, r.no :and county-taxes .Fii iv afteaniion in a manner which
W. Reflects great credit utponi Prl'. IHa a-
._ .. I and his scholars.

der Mill Explosion The following pupiils took part in
,.! Hih in ight: so
r., r l iil!-. it Ii i are the lirogritam, whicl was i tn eveiy wav
41,,,,-. l ,.- "i dynamite the r,,Ounced success: Lulu Sinilith,
.-," ,,I tour body with
I, ,.; or0 aloes cills, when M\lyrta waltney, )Donnis Smith,
". I.ife Pills, which are Noahi Smnith, Eduna Ritzien, Eth el
it,",',i breeze, do the work
i'- headache, constipa- Brainarid, Jennie Brock, Adia Gwalt-
:,. at all drug stores. ney, Anna Surber, Frank Menge,
Ethie Baker, Jay Hathaway, Walter
o unew Painytalr.
i..-r of the phosphate mine Gwallne), .Hlattie Knowles, Ernest
mchman, tall, big boned, with Menge, Harry I Hathawiay, Henry
,%WtI ,t".'.',:.C Doric in his
tdi t It-, was obdurate and Miunson, Henry Arnmst;'ig, Cora
t. ,".' itt..- ground and to Clarkson, Vala Elder, WVill Hall,
Sl,,s ,..u' which we had Ste.la Munson, Bessie Smithl, Willie
r k-, il'.i.-:iared. At last I
bi;in ,, ...i Scotch and ask- Krehs, Robt. Smith, Earl ''Thompson,
,;t.iIr ieh thought I was a Rae Lathrop, Otavy W\aro.
. i-i. -."Aye, that's just Too much cannot be said in praise
S j1. "I a a Scotch pro- of the whole exhibition, but space
.v ..iilri'not permit mole than passing
nl y' havion of some of the diktuictive
1. sii. "is Playfair." features. The guitar duet.s by Misses
ii.i 1, Scotch friend. ".nr,' I Hidley and Baker were splendidly
him I was, but expressed rendered; the charade,, "M -k-er-
at be knew the name, to Aid." was timely' l)reducei; Ethlel
'eplied, looking from his 0 [Laker as a disciple of Emierson, aind
es with compassion on my i
he<. "Rint, mon, yer name's ()wy are as '" ut ll
tier it.in yer wee legs will ,eal ability in their parts; thel nietw -
i e."-"Letters of Lyon Play- pal)ei-a regular up-to-ilate one, tos
a.... editeD published and read bv

'7mnindg Of -1Y
oy or pai It's for the
o decide. With good health
strong womanly organism,
od but adds to a woman's


y allierrors by strengthening
organs. It fits a mother for
. ,. B'- ri.r.. ilizing the
ir. .-, i h ,.. .'it chubby
- :. r- to I 't t .

: 1t 1 ,3 1i I r !
it 1i .tLnm :. N* I ru 'i t
..'. t it. $i co
v,',e r. 'ri n Ci .
s, address,-gi ving symptonis,
lies' Advisory Department,"
tanooga 1iQi .-.j- Co., Chat-
i'. .Ab .r. .
S i .' 'e .. later
girl baby."

he Peculitr Jnls.
I. Bowden in The Nineteenth

Century reports n -ohat with Raja
Sivaprasad on .l:tn ti The lJaius
pay more re-'ird to the feelings of the
lower animii- ir,1i1 any other sect in
the world; v.-iti u.t kill them or injure
then; are c.',..l'r| to avoid destroying
even inserts. uL ii s wearing a
handkerchief .--*;r I- iLouth to pre-
vent any liv;' ... *i i.. being breath-
ed in. It 1. I,. : :ued that this
tenderness v. p ,. the long run
fatal to its .. handicapping
theta soriolii '.. in j 'l', for life
with less !..' I vals. As evi-
dence to i . ,i y Mr. Bowden
points to r'. .
"Notwi.- .ii :j 1 1 i opposition, if
not ac(ti .. ....'"" of bI)ygone
';ne;.', th '. :.. ': ** i which, more
S; 'N wod. has
i,';'ht antd p[,ttcced the doctrine of
'ah:nlsa.' 'uniiiaj;ry.' to living crea-
t-ires. staMuds to3'iy, after some four'
t'clv t'we'ry'ccut,-,s. by fa;r the most
pi'o')(oi-s coOtlunilty in a population
ver'i-g on ''n I "

It, is very hard to stand idly by and see
our dear ones ilT r while awaiting the
doctor. An Altl..iv (N. Y.) dairyman
called at a drug store there for a doctor
to come and seel.,, ,.h. i., i. very sick
with crc,!. .t. i.,. the doctor in,he
left wort I Ii, t... ..... 'at once on ihis
return. !1i, l.. .._u.ht a bottle of
('r. .il,..l d; -...,.'- Remedy, which he
l..s....I ,c..1 ind ..me relief until the
doctor should arrive. In a few hours he
returned, -' the doctor need not
come, as tie .:i.l'l was luch better. The
druggist, Mr. (tto Scholz, says the fami-
ilv has since ,,t t,,,,. .-..1 Chamberlain's
Cough ...i, r to their neighbors and
friends ,I.t,i i.t 'has a constant demand
for it from thi, part of the country. For
sale by L. NM. Ware. St. Andrews and
Bayhead and 1il medicine dealers.,

At the lijt.'Y PARM adjoining
Pittsburg, ol East Bay. An honest,
indaustions mais with small family
will be given ai o'... lay-single mana
preferred. Call or ad.ires the Buoy.
St. Andrews, at once.

Reliable man for .Manager of
Branch Office I wish to open in thii
vicinity. Gooid opening tor an ener-
getic sober, man. Kindly mention
this paper t.'.n writing.
A. T. "31irri<, Cincinnati, 0.
Illu-trated Catalogue 4 cts. postage.

Mis Is Rao Lathrotp, who displayed lii-
cideld talent in this woik. Her
"Twenty Years Hence" and "Biog-
aphliy ol Prof. Hadley," wete itastel-
pieces of literature, -to be written lby
one so young in yeats, while thi lo-
cals teemed ;itli repol tolial insight
anil acuteness..
At the close of tlie (,..t'.-i'--, Prof.
Halley presented to Miss lipia Rot-
zien the prize for the 'most perfect
attendance; Miss Eldna not Ihaving
missed a session or been tardy dieting
the entire term.
Proi.-Hadley in a few happy re-
maitks, gaeo a resume of thie term's
woik, its ups and downs, etc.. and
expressed himniself as very well pleas-
ed wiith the work of the' school as a
whole for the term just closing.
It public expression is the criteri-
on upon which to base a teacher's
popularity, Prof. Hadley's sojoiurni
amongst ns has ben attended by the
good will and respect of the parents
.1.d the honor and love of his pnpils.
hul, I it so be that lie again contes
I. re to teaclh the youthful idea h' Iw
I.- shoot, lie will be accorded the wel-
come which his manly and conscien-
tious work among our clilldren justlI
entitles him.

r ,- \ .


and a desire for solitude often attacks young
S irls shortly after womanhood begins. A
short use of....
G F. P.
will dispel the gloom, banish dizziness and
restore the maidenly bloom and vivacity.
My daughter wa suffering with treat hearing
down pains and backache during her monthly t
,- :.. .. .. ... a nd
the jerking was stopped. She thinks your Panacea
is the best medicine in the world. I think it Is the
best I ever saw for young girls.
Writ to our LADIES T' f .
HZAITH CL.UBin chr o iTry lG. F. P. at once.
Sof ldies exclusively Kx- it will make you
.... Strong, vivacious,
f'ly e how e rga...id rzgltu md cure you
"LADIES HEALTH of anly iorm of
& Co.,Cato SCttaoae. |amale weakness.
if your druggist does not handle G. F. P. .sk
him to send for it. otherwise send us your order
and $1,00 and we will supply you direct.
L. GERSTLE & CO., Chattanooga, Tenn.

"I am g'i th( :'t' a few liin"s'
people loft. Two .!ars al"o I sciat
bey iroi'i'dl tl eor'uer to lb:y a post:
card. I have never seen the boy to
this day."
"You don't (ail that boy honest?"
"Yes. sir. This morning I received
a postal with this on the ne'k: 'Dear
Sir-Here is your postal. I started in
business with the penny you gave me
and have prospered. Thanks.' "-Chi-
cago News.
Kissing and Hugging Take Time.
It's all very well for you and Nellie
and Emsie to unite in millions of hugs
and kisses, but please consider the
time It would occupy your poor old
very busy uncle. Try hugging and
kissing Emsie for a minute by the
watch, and I don't think you'll man-
age it more than 12 hours a day.-Let-
ter of Lewis Carroll.
When I consider what some books
have done for the world and what they
are doing, how they keep up our hope,
awaken new courage and faith, soothe
pain. give an ideal life to those whose
homes are hard and cold, bind together
distant ages and foreign lands, create
new worlds of beauty, bring down
truths from h'la ven. I give eternal
blessin';s for this gift.-James Freec
man Climrke.
Mrs. C. E, VanDeusen, of Kilbourne,
Wis., was afflicted with stomach trouble
and constipation for a long time. She
says, "I have tried many preparations
but none have done me the good that
Chamberlain's Stomach Tablets have."
These Tablets are for sale by L. M. Ware,
St. Andiews and Bayhead and all medi-
cine dealers. Price 25 cents. Samples


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We have added a new line of Toilet Soaps!
Tar, Glycerine, Turkish Bath, Buttermilk, Castile and Other Kinds,
At front 5c per b,,x of 3 cakes to 40c. per cake.
You Will Find Us Headquarters for TOILET SOAPS.
And a NHw Lot of Writing Tablets--Mast Anything You
Want, from 4c. to 10c. per Tablet.
We are selling MAle: at 62-c peor Ion.
Corin at 61c per I)n.
('htps at 60c per bn.
Fine Gradeof Salnotin t 12c per Casn.
B1est grade ol Linseed Oil at 60c per ga:lon.i
RED RIVER CHILL TONIC at 50c per bottle. .
CHAMPION C11 LL CURE, a. 25c per bottle.
Our "HOffman iH me" Cigar! is the Beau Ideal of a short smoke.

awar F U- --...,o ,,-,m.,-,..
gR I Descriptive and Illustrated Catalogue a
"L o BT I-Tells-
SPLAN FRBI What to Plant and How to Grow and Mar-
SOR PR ...Money Making Fruits of the Soutl.
b-a o rald&T:'rees, NutTrees, r, ,n -. ,-. -, ,, ,,t ,.1" -
L, o Pr .l,.r r the
Grove, orc. I .. -i n. .,3.. ..
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Nnrsaries and Test Grounds at------. POMONA NILRSER.ES,
rulacdenny, Fta. Jacksonville, Fla
4 i2 '.. ..: ., .r, -. ..... ., .... ? W g:..," ..,j ., M (,


Corner of apviw and Wyprait: Avees on Eay Front,
Glassware. Tinware and Notions!
What you can't tfidI at any oliher Store, come toi the .RA C K E T
S T O R E and got.

Dread, Pes and CdeC, Ecialies.
1. GODARID, I'roprieter.


PESACOLA, Fla., Opposite wVaiting ooem of Union Depot,
Isthe Piace for Passengers Coingto and from


Rooms Comfortable! Terms Reasonable!

255 Tons Eurden. PacSSe r ajseiiy 50

Mobile to St Andrews Bay and t5 00 St Andrews Bay to Apalachicolh.. 2 5
MobiletoI. .'emiant o on ..
Apalachicola ..... 7 00 Carrabelle,.... 3 0 -
CarraLelle ............ 8 00 Apalachicola to Carrabelle....... 7E

-th, 15th and 25th at 7 p.m .............Mobile..... ...... 12th, 22d and 2d a.m.
5 St AndrewsBay.....
7th. 17th and 27th p.m... ..... Cromanton .....e ... f1th, 21st and 1st a. m.
8th, 18th and 28th a.m..........Apalachicola........ 11th, 21st and 1st p. m
9th, 19th and 29th am...........Carrabelle.... 10th, 20th and 30th noon
Connects at Apalachicola with steamers up Chattahoochee River. At
Carrabelle with ''. T. & G. Railroad for Tallahassee.
For further information, freight rates and special rates for large parties
Address, CAPT. .AS. CLARK, Mobile, Alabama.



Cor. Buena Vista Avenue and
Drake Street,

Is Prepared to Enteitain

Replau ani Trarsieit Gusts

With Plesant Rooms
and Good Board at


Mnteanm and taniti6,m tew hail.
rrr '.. c tla t, srt 5iada.t
Frear 7alls to Iit'ore Garmy
B r.ir to Jta 'sorthful Oolor.
atal caulp d.'-em.A' L hl ir uLnJg.

To PATENT Good Ideas
I Imay be secure-d by
our aid. Addrss,
m Baltimore. Md.
6u,',' rt.t h I. ) tI h. PIS I r.f.,or?-.c i.oI .,r auire a.

There is none made so great but be
nmay both need help and servrle ftnd
stand in tfir of the power and un-
-lnduLss even of the meanest of ror-

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Tiitrsday, Mlar. 2, 1900.

A. N ) R E \V

,tg.lr,b 1) b Tea, it,
i;t',m i],ti l ...... 6( He No....... 55
,'...l',,A ... 2,} Gunpowder. 411
1.1 !ir,'," .... 5 Uncol'd Jap.40-60.
fr ,lee, Coid milk, "CP can
retI.. 12-2' 20 Unsweetn'a.10
A0rl,u.:ll h.-.t 12-1.' Sweetened .... 8
; i ti '.,.,. 'it11 2'13 Baking powder
Irackers, soda 10 Royal...... ... 50
oblteco, plug 20a60 Campbell. ..,. 10
Stisins Canned fruit
L .lt. I. ,t1'.8-15 Peaches .... 10a20
ValentcisA.... .. 8 'Tomatoes ..... Sa12
tic ... 6 Apples........10
p,l rs P,.'rs ...... .. 15
i. ,,p. .t ..,i . 1" I' il ins ......... 10
0 0r., ,l Pe. *... 1 -, ot . .. 1 20
; -a i li n ,- . .- '" ,,. 'I . 1 0- 0
" .i4,r S yt,'i' . ll t .'' ( n,:, M ea ls
Ii .Wy I ,1 ,.t'lt ,c .... 15
Tm g.r ... .... 30 Corned Beef... -15
ji,,:e.e ,pr t .... 15 Chipped Beeflt0-2)
d,3ilter,.... .. 25-30 Lobster....... 0
L'ird ........ .8-10 Salmon.. . 15
Beans .......... .4 Canned Vegetables
eocoantit pkg. 10 Baked Beni-... I
Finit 'Pliddine. . 10 Coriu .......10@15
Jelly, glass, lO1 t2 Peas.......... 10
Lime Jtice ...... 4. 'iPumpkit ..... 12
Eggsper doz... 15
Flour Pork
Am',,-,..n 1. .2.25 D. S. pr lb...... 71
Majc;li. 2.75 Bacon Sides..... .
Coru Meal pr bu60-70 Fresh ....... 8el0
O.it N1MI l ipr lb .. 5 Br'kf'stBacon. 11
tC.,) -i 1h,1 .... 55-6(0 Ham canvassed 12
potatoess Shoulders .... I0
Irish,... ... 1 20 Beef
LIIlV lt'se seed 1.20 Corned .........
Sweet..... .75@80 Fresh ......SeulO
0alt, prsack. . 85 Dried......... 25
Table ....... 5 Milk pr q ...... 10
N il8s', er l%3'a4 Ax,with handle.. 75
Galv wire do.6a6i4Hoes, each ... 35a50
Mauilla rope.. ..9al20opper paint, can 45
I4toves cook,. .$8a25 Linseed oil, gal55@60
Pipe, per joint 15
Prints, per yd.. 5a8 Checks ....... 5a5t
Rheetings .... 5a9 Flannel...... 15a40
Musliiin ...... 9all Thread per spool. 5
Jeans ....... 15a45 Shoes, ladies$1i a'2 75
Erlia pants pat 225 Men's. .. $1 40a300
Ha pi cwt..75al.o5 Oats pr lu ....... 55
Brat ... ..... 1.25 Brick pr M..... 13.00
Ri.,pe Siial .....7@9 Lime pr bid ...... 75
'irIIg.gs pr dox.. Pecans pr lb..... 15
Apples. ....... 12 Walnuts ...... 20
Le mons .......... 25 Almonds ........15
I ilhell prl ,000 1.50 Opened pr qt .. 15c
Hise.s $30a000 Cows....... $15a$25
Mnlmes. $50a$10- Hogs....... $3 to $4
lxen .pa yoke $30 Sheep.......... $. $2
I l, k elns i tl.i l ,. l It 45 50
U1 acke1 s -. F I15a0h .
F'r'esh Silt
lallcit pr doz 255c Mullet pr IW,1 4.50
roLIt ....... .. 5 Trout ........ 4.50
Poin. pt.. pr 11b 6 Pompano .. 10.00
M, _.n ..... 10 .Mackeral .... 8.00
1.,., -ing, Ceiling.
H n-arI, ,in ..414.00 Heart, im...$14.00
Face "' . 12.00 Face ... 12.00
p 10,00 Sap ... 10.00
Drop WiiJ;i., OClapioards,
Heart l'.(< ,Jiin 14.00 I 1\ iin. V ,..$12.00
.nr 10.00 tV1 ,1 ,,I,,- lurn-
Bir 1 I,,ler.. t,.I "1-2 her, d.. $12@ 15.00
Hena,t 0hingIv, ").50 Lath, m . . 2.00
Sap 1.50 Boat lumber,
dressed .... $20

Deafless U(tiinot b: Ctnreim
by local applications as they cannot
-reach the diseased portions of the ear
There is only one way to cure deafness
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi-
tion of the mucous lining of the Eustach-
ean tube. When this tu'-e gets inflamed
you have a rumbling sound or imperfect
hearing, and when it is entirely closed
" deafness is the result, and unless the in-
flammation can be taken out and t- is tube
restored to its normal condition, hearing
will be destroyed forever; nine cases out
of ten are caused by catarrh, which is
nothing but an inflamed condition of the
mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
any case of deafness (caused by catarrh,
that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Care. Send for circulars free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
An Aswfal MIlishap.
Two passengers on an Atlantic liner,
one an American and the other an Eng-
lishman, did not exchange the farewell
courtesies when the stealuL-r reached
her pler usual between rvoyange s who
have occupied adjiniiig staterooms
and hobnobbed during an ocean voy-
age. A plausible explanation was
vouchsafed by the American.
During the voyage the Englishman
Spersisted in fraternizing with the
American In a most obtrusive and an-

noylng manner. Within two days of
Boston the Englishman one morning
hunted up the American and found him
in apparent despondency, gazing sea-
ward from the hurricane deck.
"Confounded blue this morning, old
chap. What's the matter?" And the
Britisher slapped his companion on the
"Matter enough," growled the Amer-
ican. "Ship's lost; captain don't know
which way to steer. Forgot to wind
the compass last night."
The Englishman listened with mouth
agape., then rushed off to tell his friends
of the consequential mishap. Evident-
ly the gullible Brtisher was "pushed
along" for some time until he found
everybody guying him.-Boston Post.

HeadacLe often results from a disor-
dered cond;tim,n if the stomach and con-
plioalion of the lowels, A dose or two
of Cnamierla n's St.micm h and I.ij ,,.
Tableil will e ron cicl ,' r di-, otdirr niid
cure the headache iS,11 |',.' L. \Ii ,
Sr. Andriews aid RBavihcad nrl:all ntedi.-ine.

No Right to Ugliness.
The woman who is lovely in face,
form and temper will always have
friends, but one who would be attract-
ive must keep her ,health. If she is
weak, sickly and rll run -own, she will
be nervous and iritable. If she has
constipation or kidney trouble, her im-
pure blood will cause pimples. blot' hes,
skin eruptions and a wretched complex-
ion. Electr'e Bitters is the best medi-
cine in the world -to regulate stomach,
liver and kidneys and to purify the
blood. It gives strong nerves, bright
eyes, smooth, velvety skin, rich com-
plexion. It will make a good-lookina
charuming woman of a run-pown invalid.
Only 50 cents at all drug stores.

A Tragedy of Mont E'anen.
The story of the destruction of the
baths of St. Gervais at the foot of
Mont Blanc, in 1892, is told in "Th?:
Annals of Mont Blanc." This was one
.of the calamities that coull scarcely
haye been predicted or averted.
Owing to the stoppage of the sub-
glacial drainage, in some way never
ascertained, a lake was formed under
the Tete Rousse glacier, in which all
enormous body of water was pi';nt up
at a spot 10,000 feet above the sea lev-
el. Between 1 and 2 o'clock on the
night of July 12, 1892. the ice that had
held the lake gave way.
The wvter swept in a torrent of tre-
niendous force over the i)eooert de
Pierre Ronde, gathering up thousands
of tons of rock and stones in its course.
It passed with a terrilei roar under the
hamlet of D;ounnussay. wvLich it did not
injure, destroyed half the village of
Bionnay on the highroad between Cou-
tamines and St. Gervais an.l, tearinu
up trees ais it went along, joined thile
main river of the iBon-Na:lt.
Following the river bed and destroy-
ing on its way the old Pout du Diable,
It hurled its seething flood of wa:er,
timber. stones and niudl upon the solid
buildings of the St. Gervais baths and
crushed them into fragments. Then..
crossing the Chamonix road. it spread
itself out in the form of a hideons fan
over the valley of the Arve, destroying
part of the village of Le Fayet in its
Such was the catastrophe of St. Ger-
vais which claimed over 150 victims.
Utter ruin was everywhere. The once
lovely gardens of the baths were five
or six feet deep in mud. line trees had
been snapped like reeds a nd enormous
blocks of stone were strewn over the
dreary waste.
Ehe Deecided to Remain.
"I will." she exclaimed. "I will not
live with you another day!"
"You leave me, will you'" he calmly
"Yes. I will."
"Now-right off-this minute."
"You'll gr away?"
"Yes, sir."
"I wouldn't If I were you."-
"But I will. and I defy you to pre-
vent me. I have suffered at your hands
as long as I can put up with it."
"Oil. I shanu't try to stop you," he
quietly replied. "I'll simply report to
the police that nmy wife hasn mysteri-
ously disappeared. Ttwy'll want your
:isc-Tri)ption. uIad I will give it. You
wear No. 7 shoes: ,.'1; 1 1'.' tin extra
:!r:.w-i': outI h : you 1.1, -1i your
u>'<'s; 0 1 your no hse tII I I.- \ .11 laU nd;
've's fati r on tihe -*1 -1.1 like

"Vi'rtc'li! You wouldn't dare do
itt:' she scrl am !:a ed.
-"I certitunly will. and the descrip-
ion will gut im all the papers."
'T[ey glared at mach other a moment
ri silen:ce. 'l'h;n it was plain to be
,c'ln tie had their dead wood on her.-
'ol umilbus .loiit nao'.

Mta Gretinl Vori.
A (Chienago nt.nau vlo lits written a
;)ook was te'!!n na:out it the other day
.o a frite-id whvo laad once done him a

"yiv l)te war." said the author, "I
"vouild l;e i' ly wvoll. if you care for it." d
"I sluldi t, li more t lhilti p leased to
incve it.'" vaIs the reply. "especially if
"oi will wri i'te your llt;!:w ill it."
"All riglt. There is a bookstore
Justi aeitoull lh (corn'.'r. Itf you will ac-
tuOluitil, yl nw. we will go there and get
;t. I doun't lippeii to have a copy in
liy tili' lce iust now."
After !iiey Iad stopped to glance at
soite of I;e new things in the book-
tore the author hailed a clerk and,
pushiIlKg his ciest out ver'y fat'r. asked
for lihe nove l ihat he had written.
"Yes. sir." Ilie eItr!; said. "We have
it around hierei somiiewlIwre. I believe,
lint you are t lierst one whio has ever
asked for a copy and i! itay take me
sonie titme to oinl it. Wotuln't some-
tlihg else do .ojust as well? We have a
great many It.liter books at the sal'?
price."--Chicago Times II erahld.
A Brufltrt Jen-eler.
A gont!ernta tells the following" joke
on a jw1 eler: A young man w ho was
on the verge of matrimony went to the
jeweler and bought a ring and left in-
structions that in it be engraved the
legend, "From A to Z," which, being
interpreted, meat ft ... .m Ii i-,.iy to
Zeniobia. To his 'mnt.:,ni t'iii'.nt. rii .'all-
ing for the ring the next day hd found
it engraved like an Egyptian obelisk
and on closer examination found that
the Jeweler had put the whole alpha-
bet "from A to Z" on it.
Size doesn't indicate quality. Besare
of counterfeits and worthless salve offer-
ed for DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, De-

Witt's is the only original An infallible
cure for piles and all skindiseases.-R.F.
Brackin & Son.

Laconic and Caustic.
Maurice Barrymore's wit Is far
famed, but a neat little witticism at
his expense was Augustus Thomas'
laconic criticism of one of Barrymore's
The celebrated playwright had been
mercilessly picking flaws in the actor's
drama until the good natured Barry
"Oh, come, Gus," he interrupted.
"Don't be quite so hard If It's not an
'Alabama.' Just remember that I
wrote it in a week."
"Did you, Barry?" retorted Thomas.
"Then you must have loafed."-Kan-
sas City Independent
By the aid of mechanical instruments
human beings can do many wonder-
ful things, but to save his life no man
could cut such a perfect circle without
a pair of compasses as the parasol ant
does out of a leaf with nothing but
her laws.

The Gentle Art of Winking.
"When you have, mastered the gentle
art of winking," said Lord Beacons-
field, "you hold the key to success In
your hands."
Every one's personality is made up
of trivial failings and trivial talents.
Foster the good qualities in your
friends and subordinates and wink at
those failings so dear to their possess-
ors. Not to see everything is a rule
which will strengthen friendships and
help you to g',t the best results from
your"' flow wo:'::c;s.
"He is no good." said the great Na-
nolecn of cr.n f his officers. "He is
noe.'in,-l'_:y* looking into the privates'

'I v. rt ia -inr;n -'who can Ikecp: his eye
on t"( -t;::;ate res-it and ignore little
f' lin', i.'"ver tlind how aggrav-tiug."
a. N .' :u Ai. A;I; (i-a!r:i (lor'ldon once
'e"'nrkl:.A tLnt ti.e niani who lost his
tcmpe- l":;i're' a 'larvate's boot lace
was t:1 -o :cely on ti;, .day of battle
did i-ore to lose the day than all the
enenly' gius.

The Eminent Kidney
and Bladder Specialist.

"- --- ------------ -'' ..-.

-_---_ - : ---- = .
The Discovcrcr f Swamp-Root at Work In
B-is Laboratory.
There is a disease prevailing in this
coumry most dangerous because so decep-
tive. Many sudden deaths are caused by
it-heart disease, pneumonia, heart failure
or apoplexy are often the result of kidney
disease. If kidney trouble is allowed to ad-
vance the kidney-poisoned blood will attack
the vital organs, or the kidneys themselves
break down and waste away cell by cell.
Then the richness of the blood-the albumen
-leaks out and the sufferer has Bright's
Disease, the worst form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the new dis-
covery is the true specific for kidney, bladder
and urinary troubles. It has cured thousands
of apparently hopeless case, after all other
efforts have failed. At druggists in fifty-cent
and dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent free
by mail, also a book telling about Swamp-
Root and its wonderful cures. Address
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. and
mention this paper.

Land office at Gaine ville, Fla.
Feb. 19, 1900,
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
her intention to make final proof in sup-
port of his claim, and that said proof
will be maae before the clerk of the cir-
cuit court at Vernon, Fla, on April
7, 1900, viz:
IDA L. FAY, of Farmndale, Fla.
Hd 28552 for the fractional Section 21,
tp 5 s, r. 12 w.
She names the following witnesses to
prove her continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
Mrs. Josephine Deaderick, Miss Rachel
M Ddfvis ot Farmdale, Fla., E. A. Pay,
Selden Williams, of Wetuppo, Fla.
W. G, ROBINSON. RIegister.
*IEditor's fee paid.

Is the Place to Bufy

Clothing and Gents'
Furnishing Goods
At Rock Bottom Prices!
At his Store may also be found Con-
stantly on Hand, a Full Line of

General Merchandise
A Tin Shou
Run in connection with the Store, af-
ford., ample opportunity fo. theia
Repairing of All Kinds of Tinware
Here are tanlufactured tile
Sheet Iron Box Heating Stoves
Which are so deservedly popular.
A call at B. V. Brock's Store will
convince all persons of the gelmuite-
ness of his goods 'itd lowness of his

Come and Be Convince!

(her own selection) to every subscriber. Beautiful el-
orD tit!!a)h p tes and lilstitlons. Original,

7r- i.t'," economiese, fancy work, household hinat,
i. , curl"ei t trpi -tc., Subscribe to-day.
Only 50,o yexly. Lady ageis wanted. 8end forterms.

ir l',. ml- ;?. girls and little children. That cer,
in .t h, i-ffact not attained by the use ofany
.i.L.r i ,. ,, avono equal for style and perfect fit.
&GO' A 'I

EasilT put together Only 10 and 15 cents each-none
btgher Sold in nearly every city and town, or by mail.
&sk for them. Absolutely very latest up-to-date atyle.
IS-S14 West 14th Stret. ... New York Cityt N, .

grow paying crops because they're
fresh and always the best. For
sale everywhere. Refuse substitutes.
Stick to Ferry's Seeds and prosper.
1900 Seed Annual free. Write for it.
D. M. FERRY & CO., Detroit, Mich.

catller in town l .st week.
C. WV. Laitiq,T of \Wetapoits lia.,

been circulatinmg anilog miit'ltielln, in
t wiln last week.
l. Lewi.-, sou atnd t ., ,, i1 -,
,l. II. Peacock, \W P. 1;4' .-. *I -' ...-
niantoni Mlr iiLeem nti ai .,inl it .. ,..I
1M i.-s Lola Fenlltoll took ,'- 1-.,. ..1
the Ncttie for eisacol ts 1 !'' i I .I
M rs. L. .1. W ells and ., .h, l. *l-
ter, Miss Jeajio \W ells, 1i. l .'iii.. ,
Iowa, who are atinulo I'i .i.
winner visitors, left -i I,.
ein i nhoi by way of Mdi..i,.- ',. ti,,'
teuamnier Alpha buniday :i,,*rt>. '.
" B. \VW. Beam and Itnmily of Pitts-
htirg, lPa., who have btl-'el v-itlii,,
with their elatl\s, J. I. ai ett's
laitily, took their m.'s.m ii.1e per
steamer Alpha. They Wvill 'ttentl
the Mardi Gi-as caliia.,l ,n .11.lbil,
beflIe jlroceediig on lthlLi northern
ju utcney s
Mrs. C. B. Gwymin; amnl daughter,
Miss Agnes, Mi.-.. Piece,?,L. L. Shep-
erd, B. Swe rm..en d' m-niam.l W. L.
Brackin of rlim limii of 1,4F, Brackinm
& Son were p.IJ-sengeiie-in the Alpha
for Mobile.
A. J. Trl-Iet a ith hlii, ife andi
mothei-in-la ali P r'iisih left 5un-
ilay ioini iit ,,ii then new home at
Hon. Reil Kail it'o .W\%erapp is
spending the .\eek iii tloin on busi-
ness anmi pleasure.
Messrs. R.,laiil, Stinger. Giles and
Rider left 1.,ma.!siay I'li.i ing for a
week's tip to St. Joseph, a here they
will hunt, tihli and ibdell under the
captainship of E. Hanid of the Buck-
P'rof. H-dley having clt-ed his
term of the pui liic school departs with
his wife and chili anil sister, Osie for
their home. ne'-r Chipley.
Mrs. L. WiI.,.g,-eli l Mir. Wise-
loge;'s sister, of 'li-ley came down
via Bayiead L -,t-fr a
short visit anitni-g il e it unierous
friends of the family.
F. N. V nimlevemter receive word.
Tuesday of thie sei oum illness of Mrs.
V.' sister at Peoria, Ill., and they will
leave at once foi home, via. Chipley
Mrs. L. M. Ware aiI little daugh-
ter, Dorothy visited Mrs. Ware's
mother, Mrs. Day. at Cromanton on
the 22d, this day being the alnniver-
sary of the birth of Mrs. Day, and
also of the little gi aDimliughtei, Dor-

A. R. DeFluent. editor of the Journal,
Dovlestown, Ohio, ulle-r,-d i..r a number
of years from rheu.catism in hi,- right
shoulder and side. He says: "My right
arm at times was entirely useless. I tried
Chamberlain's Pain Ba:m, and was sur-
prised to receive relief a'.i,.i immediate-
ly. The Pain Balm 11 i,:. i, .iconslant
companion of mine ever since and it never
fails." For sale by L. M.,Ware, St. An-
drews and Bayhead and all tiedicine deal-
Experience Versns Arithmetic.
Teacher-Johnny may stand up to re-
cite. Now, Johnny. suppose I borrow
$50 from your father nod aum-e to pay
$5 a week, how long will It be before
he gets his money?
Johnny-Just one week.
Teacher-Oh, think again; that's not
Johnny-Yes, it is. I know my fa-
t-er. He'd have youth up in the courts
by that time.-New York World.

It Looked Suspieions.
"Isn't your neighbor Blinkiloff a
drinkiuna man?" --Vt; .-
"I wn'.:.uld 't lil:' tm ive 1 i ," nert
opinion on the sul'j-et. ,l'li ladiit,
however, that I saw him the other
night trying to drive a PplI'ot into an
ash barrel, thinking that it rkas cider."
-Cleveland Plain Dealer.

ANTED-- :. EF \ I. fiIIlT AND
HONEST p r-..ni, io im -iitt us as
Managers in thi- ,nmd >.I,.e c ,'.,,nties.
Salary $900 a year and em ;,..- ss. Straight,
hona-fide, no more, no l.s- iL tri. Posi-
lion permanent. Our reference s,any bank
in any town. It, is mainly office work con-
ducted athome. Reference. Close self-
addressed stamped envelope TrE DO-
MINION COMPANY, Dept. 3, Ohic jgo.

Think of Such a Mo ster!
We can all have thern m,' ai' l'rm. ( ardean's Extra Eancy' Selected(
"Triumph" Sedd!
From no other Seed "ill ij':h m nml.I-m
grow. Thousands oif .I..loi ir. n from
these Seeds in 181)- w" ighl-:l I i ., to 135
pounds each-.-one nei.hid 1'48, and an-
othier 1494 pounds.
$210.00 In Cash prizes

For the 9 largest Tmiinphl" Wnternel-
ons grown in 1900 fr,.'n, -i irnde ,'. S'.-' iJ.
Giant Beggar Weed a e.pecinlty.
WF"Send for C'atd l.gu.-: ivrng lull
information to
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You must not have consti-
pated bowels if you expect the
F Sarsaparilla to do its best work.
But Ayer's Pills cure constipa-
We have a book on Paleness
and Weakness which you may
have for the asking.
Writi to our Doctors.,
Perhaps you would like to consult
eminent physicians about your condi-
tion. Write us freely all the particulars
in your case. Yon will receive a prompt
Address, DR. J. C. AYER,
Lowell, Mass.

Howv He Obtained Quiet.
At one of the neeltings during Mr.
Moody's services in 1Kansas City i:-.in
sheets were disfrihuted by the ushers
just previous to his address. He was
feeling very tired, and speaking was a
great exertion; so, fearing the noise
that wouldresult should the audience
rustle them, he resolved to get rid ol
them. He called out. "Will everybody
who has a hymin sheet hold it up?"
The sheets were held up all over tih
hall. Mr. Moody shouted, "Now shake
Twelve thousand flimsy sheets of pa
per were shaken vigorously. They
man e au indescribably mlusical sound
There is nothing to comp:iri it \\ ithi
One can only say it was a vast ru.stle.
"That will do." called Mr. Moc.iy at
the top of his voice. The sour., easede.
"All right," said Mr. Moody. "Now sit'
on those hymn sheets." The audience
sat on them. Having taken this pre-
caution against interruption, Mr. Moo.
dy began his sermon.

Maniiaging Mrs. Jones.
"Look here," said Mr. Jones to the
house agent, "my wife will be nailing
today, and I want you to tell her that
that house we have been looking at is
"But, my good sir," protested the
agent, "it isn't taken."
"It will be then." answered Mr.
Jones. "I am taking It now. Mrs.
Jones can't make up her mind, but
she'll want it directly she thinks she
can't get it."-London Telegraph.

A Fair Unnecessary.
Tommy-1 know now why you wear'
only one eyeglass.
His Big Sister's Beau-Why?
Tommy- Brother Jack says you
ought to see with half an eye that sis-
ter doesn't care anything about yon.-
.Jewelors' Weekly.


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Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests the food and aids
Nature in strengthening and recon-
structing the exhausted digestive or-
gans. It is the latest discovered digest-
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in-
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Ilatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
Sick Headache, Gast ralgia,Cram ps,and
all other results of i perfect digestion.
Prepared by E. C. DeWitt & Co., Cblcago-
ind sold by R. F. Brackin & Son. St, An-
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it Ldow and Fancy Glass a


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Our Stock is Complete, Our Prices the Low ot
w "'l'"The T'raling I''uilic is asniredl that .vo' will (t he nillrsohld.,..f j
The Highest Mat ket Price Paid for Country Produce!___

"Star" tin tags (showing small
of tag), "Horse Shoe," "J T.," '
orand D,'1"m...... '1atnral TLaaof T



stars printed on tinder side
Good Luck," Cross Bow," q
Tin TaCa arte of eaual value in

a s"-ur.. m lUUU'fa "aiU5It L -----U ------ -rm o-- T----
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

1 Match Box .................... 25 23 Clock, 8-day, Calendar, Thermom-
2 Knife, one blade, good steel......... i eter, Baromeoer ................_t...
8 Scissors, 4% inches.................2.. 245 Gun case, leather, no better made. 500
4 Child's Set, Knife, Fork and Spoon 25 25 Revolver. automatic, double action,
6 Salt and Pepper Set, one each, quad- 32 or 58 caliber ...................... 600
riuple plate on white metal ......... 0 26 Tool Set, not playthings, but real
6 French Briar Wood Pipe............. 25 tools-................................ 650
7 Razor, hollow ground, fine English 27 Toilet Set. decorated porcelain,
steel ................................. 50O very handsome ..................... 800
8 Butter Knife, triple plate, best 28 Pienfn"t"n Rifle No.4,. 2 or 32 cal. 800
quality...... ......................... 60 29 I -.- -; r2li .. ..-.I-i li
Sugar hell, triple pla'e, best qual.. 6o 3 s 1' .--. .11' -, tr.C., i'nu.l. .n-M-
10 Stamp Box, sterling silver........ 0 a durable .... ..-..... I"1
* 11 Knife "Keen utter," two blades.. 75 31 S"wing Machine, first class, with
12 Butcher Knife, "Keen Kutter," 8-in .', ', u ,' -. 13in)
blade-................................. 75 31 I ,. I ... i .-r, L ,lu-j.
* 13 Shears, "Keen Kutter." 8-itlolI...... 75- v tl". ... .....1 19
14 Nut Set, Cracker and 6 Pics, silver 33 i .' [. -. '... ,i, -r. .iJh
p lated ...... .... ...... ...... ...... .... 80 ,4 1.. ,r r ,' ,a j I .u., u . :.: ;l ,. )j 1 ll-
1 Base Ball, "Association," i.- i .l I, laid....................... .........000
16 Alarm Clock, nickel..... ...... i .' 35 Mandolin, very handsome..........2000
17 Six Genuine Rogers' Teaspoons, best 36 Winchester Repeating Shot Gun,
1 plated goods-........................ 161) 12. gauge-............................ 2000
18 Watch, nickel, stem wind and set.. 200 12gauge..... ...............
19 Carvers, good steel, buckhorn 37 Remington, double-barrel, ham-
handle ...................... ....200 mer Shot Gun, lu or 12 gauge ......2000
* 20 Six Genuine Rogers' Table Spoons, 38 Bicycle, standard make, ladies or"
best plated goods.................2650 gents................................251)00
21 Six each Knives and Fork's, buck.
horn handles..... ........... 250 39 Shot Gun, Remington, double bar-
22 Six each Genuine Rogers'; Knives rel, hammerles--.....................S000
and Foris, best plated goods .......500 40 Regina Music Box, 15I inch Disc. .600
pneialNl entice Plain" Star" Tin Tags (that is, Star tin tags with no small
pecldl oi stars printed on under side of tag), are not goodl for presents,
but will be paid for In CASH on the basis of twenty centsper
hundred, if received by us on or before March 1st, 1900.
SilBEAR IN MIND that a dime's worth of
*f Will last longer and afford more pleasure than a dime's worth of any
otherbrand IVAKE THE TEST I
Send tags to CONTINENTAL TOBACCO CO., St. LOuit, Md.
















... ~ U- - Y~ C =T

A Diinan.r In a Seriaglto.
We seated ourselves on ('Liu;i1s. fit'n T'", Arti-ts Io-dfoo.
each took possession of the ; t plt-e "Art!t:s aie a q-'eel, lot." remarked
of scone which supplied the h!'ce cf a 4ane of them yestcinily as he smoked
plate during the meal, those art!:cles pensively in his Chestnut st''eet studio
not being considered a ne-esstay ix- and gazed devecedrly at a hnf finished
ury. In the center cf the table stoo.i a sketch. "I can't do a',y work today
large bowl full of white soup. fi-.) just because I dreamed of a redheaded
which everybody ate, taking as i;tany girl last night. 'That lets me out. I
spoonfuls as they chose from the corn- I can dream of any otihlr kind of girl
mon tureen with the long haIdled and it doesn't af''t1 my work. but If
wooden ladles provided for each guest. the vision of mny drpa'us haS red hair
When this was removed, a large piece I'm no good t le nxt (lay.
of meat boiled to rags took its place "No. it's not superstition. I don't
and was speedily diminished under the know what it is. All artists have their
violent treatment it received from us off days from some cause or other, and
all, each one pulling a lump of meat some of them have antidotes. I have
from the joint with the fingers and none. I jr.st give up who n ill -
eating it off with her own flat scone. headed girl comes across tL.- path of
We then had a curry of vegetables, fol- my dreams.
lowed by the Zagazig pudding, fruit "A friend of mine counteracts the ef-
and rice, called so from a native of that feet of his hoodoo by clothing, himself
village having brought the recipe to the in an outlandish way. I have '.nu bilm
harem, working In an opera bat, the .:-nat ,f
Our meal was concluded by coffee, his dress suit and a pail: of pink py.ia-
made in a corner of the room over red- mas. nod doing' g' W0-d work i 1 Lt. An-
hot charcoal in a copper pot and pour- other fr' ead of mine ,c-'! z oats a lot
ed thick into small glasses fitted in, of raw onions wn-h he kshas a particu-
gold filigree cups. The lady who made lairL s.Utill-ustal ' i i I i0iil5I
this rather dih -a;-.,.: -,l, beverage was But wit'c it .o:i' -, .. I i 4,' tu
the same who had removed the center give 1' i1."-.-'P,;t's. L -
dishes during dinner. She was black
as a coal and bore the delightfully de- on n CaI el.
scriptive name, translated to us, of The sensation has been likened to
Lily in the Desert.-Good Words. that which would bie felt by mounting

And the Minister Smiled.
The York (Me.) Transcript says that
a Portland minister recently called up-
on one of the families in his parish.
He ascended the steps and knocked at
the door. Receiving no response, he
was about to depart when he heard a
window in the next house open and a
woman's voice say, "Mrs. Smith, the
minister's at your door."
What was the pastor's surprise and
amusement when he caught Mr
Smith's-response wafted gently aroumi
the corner of the house, "Sh, don't y ..
s'pose I know it!"
The next Sunday after service Mrs.
Smith met her pastor and expressed
her sorrow that she was away when he
had called.
Twenty-four carat gold Is all gold;
22 carat gold has 22 parts of gold, 1
of silver and 1 of copper; 18 carat gold
has 18 parts of pure gold and 3 parts
each of silver and copper In its compo-
sition; 12 carat gold is half gold, the
remainder being made up of 3% parts
of silver and 8% parts of copper.

Win hearts and you have all men's
hands and purses.

a stool placed on a springless cart-driv-
en over a plowed field. It found it all
that and more. Next to walking bare-
foot in chains, riding on camel back Is,
in the eyes of the Moors, the worst
degradation they can put upon their
prisoners.-Grey's "In Moorish Captiv-
"It must have taken lots of nerve for
him to laugh and joke with the doctors
while they were taking his leg off at
the knee. Didn't he seem excited?"
"Well, I thought he talked in rather
a disjointed manner."-Chicago Trib-
He Called Himself a Mete*-.
The Rocky Gulch cowboy w'o broke
up a show In Ithit town by shooting at
the actors calliid himself a meteor be-
cause, he said, he was shooting stars.-
Buffalo News,

Is herebly given to aIll a, rtieg I, ''111hs
claims ngainult thle 'scrtle of It. E. H-,w-
a d, hlute of W 'i 'i;,. i. ic county. deceased,
to rresenIt hemi to the undersipsged ad-
ministrio ri' i itlhiin tw 'vi'v iinn tnlhs hereiof
or the >n,(' s i;I h-Ic er Inby the st'tmit e
*ot Ijniilatioiis. I i < ',. .-' t _.
Datled Dec. 25, I i. ,AiJn.t,ii..I st -.,

Personal '-I
A. C. Benjamin of Montice Io, Ind.,
who has been spending the na ,ter in
St. Andrews, in search ot health left
Tuesday lurenoon fti or Fr eilea Ala.,
a change el climate becumiut nueces-

Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. ha, m.ts of St.
Juoseph, Mich.. who have beau on a
vi.-it to their icel'tir vp, .*****.**i.';*' I
llm. lt'N jaumi i tI his jiiurnry% Mirt.
liarneea ill itenn iin w ith ;ii ., 'i i i
ltor some tiime, while Mr. II. gle.s ili-
iectly to his i nme.
S, -Gutiletiaim l Furltiiale ii wa'a s


"Fve-y mor-pl:n I 1.'v' a
obas t .sta la r.. / :. ti; nr.y
to, ,u is cortsJ; r;y he..d
achels and I oh.zn feel d:zzy.
I) Ia-vre no aepeite for breakicet
and w'-t food I eat Cistresses
nm,. I- "re a ha"y feel.iug in
my staniach. I am getting so
v.er.'.: t.iat sometimes I tremble
and my nerves s"e all unstrung.
I am getting pale ard t'in. I
an as tired in the n-ornin. as
a t r '. .."
\',, .c does your doctor ayv?
"You arc suffering from im-
pure blood."
X/hat is his remedy?


ST. fkd\DREFV-'S SAY, FLA.'-
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W"Terms cash or endorsed notes.



Leads in Low Prices and Good
He invites the purchasing public to call,
Examine his stock and GET PRICES.

Pavys the Highest Price for Green Salted ALIGUTOR HIDES.

If yon need FURNITUIRE of any kiml, call on


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Il e ."'ory Pr'icze', ,3.75, with
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freight. to St. Andrews Bay about 75 cents, making the plow, delivered
$4.5O. But the BUOY proposes to do better than this and will send the Buov
One r ear and fu-nish one of these plows complete at the factory for $4.50
piur,.i.iseir to pay freight.
Tho ulow may be seen in operation at the BUOY Farm at any. time.
Order from the BRTOY, Uiri.':t

5,000 Our Grand 5,000 AN IDOL OF CLAY-.
Ornithological onestAl d she give for her wedding ring
Contest. .ata woman may!
Something entirely new and interest- v id the gifts to the giver bring?
ing. Read what you are to do. You A sweet dreams of hr girlhood years
may get 200 cash. Our contest is to see Al a heart could hold,
who can make the largest list of names All et hops and all of her fears,
(or kinds) of birds from the following All er smiles and all of her tears,
letters; W D 0 0 0 C C K Q U L I A Fo ne little circle of gold.
PRT A RIDGES P N I E NIEL VE Told the world of the bitter cheat?
13 D IMWADOH TL Ah Mo! Witlh a snmiiH face
We will recognize as a bird anything She .thed he, r lal ;om .- t to feet
belonging to the feathered tribe, whe- wA the garments .f lu ;,ra e't.
thor it be a Hen, Crow, Singer or any And one knew tf il, tears she w'pt;
other kind. You can use any letter as lie 1'i'is theiy er' rdr r goSI.
many times to make a name as it ap- Herr h Of we. A l s she ipt
pears in the list of letters above; for in- 1r ha, aco r Or a t.
stance Woodcock, Plover, Snow Biird, --on wVarn.an uin L. A. w. Bunletin.
&c. To any person who can maki a list
of 25 or more different names of birds, +
we will give absolutely FREE a beauti-
ful Prize value 200 or less. r (
Big Prizes Awarded Daily. tJ j UET BACK.
When you have made out your list fill \ Dr. Thrne Gave p th
out the line on the bottom of this adv. 7 or. Taorne Gave t p the Girl
and send to us with a Stamped Ad- on th le rtun of t r For-d
dressed envelope, then if you are 'N-t Give Up the Doctor.
awarded a prize you can if yon desire i <
(get the prize by becoming a subscriber .~,/\/
to the Woman's World at the rate of d
a week. We shall award a pri.:.- t -.- "E..,,.,e .,- .h i. 'tin you so early,
cry person who sends the n.ari. .' Ir, l tr,-'in atleman 'ere with
Birds, and our gifts will be a- f. , -ir .,n Mrs. Tressider
Forthe best list received ea,!, ., 1 ,.. , n.. ,Mr Tr s ind
Gold Watch; for the second-..r -,,iu -I,, '1 wouldn't mind
tion each day, beautiful h ,>..t,.,i i' tt -' t, ,i r
Set; for the seven next lb- r -.. i.. n. .rii a ct :, Dr.
each day, a Konrah-Sakih Dia',i .hjl ,L 1 hle watched the
R uby R ing ; for the next best ,l ot ,,u. |,t- .. :. . 1 ,: ier draw np the
a Gold Piece; and for all othei ,-..rr,:..r Ir er doin raw up cuthe
solutions, Prizes of Good Valu T. L doing with a cut
prizes will be forwarded daily. :..u ill 1
not have to wait a long time In I,,'- "-." a 1-u a wreck during the
tainty before you know th ti .-..lt. n ',t.tr, i' I t :' int; a schooner-
There is no element of letter., rin ,.., .' '*. nut'they saved the
plan, it makes no difference t .:It!i'-. 'i .- rat v."' the only passen-
we get your solution. late or earl. ti I. h r,:r. ' ....h-I. t 'ina on 'ere.
'lay. All you need is to post l,;- .11 Di-In't ,. :r it 1.1Iw, sir?'
to us, and on the day it reach.- o., if **l.v K, t.. ,i,,tor answered. "I
vour list Is the best, you shall I e .1...-tor at onswce, and I
the Gold Watch or if se,.,., I , nocked. a the
the beautiful Tea Set, and so on. W\ ,, 1, e"
guarantee that we will award '.i j l
prize. There is absolutely no ir, ... t say 'e is; at any
nity for deception on our port-v., t,- rjtl. *'e .- a :.ital breakfast, an
not afford it. We want to get I i',.i.i. 'ep's ..i:iI 'in ci.-,r in the parlor now,
well satisfied subscribers, and i,'r Th.Lt ir. 'E s .- ,.,ue ,.n the 'ard sort, sir.
reason we don't want you to -.r,, WVli, '- 1 r*' i Lach brandy when
'nonny until you know exactly, th. t 11U in as would 'ave
prize you have gained by answ.,: ini- kill'. n a ."
Puzzles. As soon'after 4 p. m. -.R,: ,'l. ill. v, i I'll be own in a
as possible, the examiners wilt judge ,int" Dr. Thm I'l be aido as ha
the lists to the best of their ability, and few minut ,"r. Thorne said as he
will designate the prizes. We will prepared t r--.., and with a word of
write you at once notifying you what assent the d waiter withdrew.
prize has been awarded you, then if you Th,:- :., c.T. rl,....i-ed the sea, and
are fully satisfied you can send your the .1- .if s.-v:-.-d'l and heaps of
subscription to The Woman's World wrecl-.: Wt vii bi the beach was
and your prize will go by returnof post strewn t -Itilt t-.1 the violence of the
carefully packed. To a person of nar- storm
row ideas it seems impossible that we Han ir. einr.l.:t-.l his toilet, he at
shouldd be able to make such a gigantic I once -- t th.- sitting room.
offer, but we have the money. brains Thonce d.-.r wtirtli.stjar, and he en-room.
and reputation, we know exactly what The 1 u kn. itI jar, ando stage en-
we are doing, and if we can legitimate- tered, wIh,,--ukn. :ir:,. only to stagger
ly gain a million subscribers by this back with a 0.1d LIy a- his eyes rested
.grand idea, we know that this million on tha man : wa.- hittingg smoking
of well-pleased subscribers can be in- by the tbre. 'i-s man. a broad shoul-
duced to recommend The Woman's dered .auzN flhluw, with a handsome,
World to all friends thereby building reckless f'-- r..pp-p.l his cigar in as-
up oar circulation still further. We are tonishElu:ii.
willing to spend 5,000 in this contest "Th i&-] v-o1l I'" he. ejaculated slow-
in building up a big subscription list, ly; th-n with' rim l.ngh; "Come in,
and when this money is spent we re- ; tI'm n,. with hrit tough, perhaps
serve the right to publish a notification man. I ..m .i.-t. though perhaps
that the contest has been discontinued. you thii. it. '
Don't delay until it is too late. Th< Th,:.rnie, lis face na gray as the
contest will continue until March. morning s4y, j' ,i, into the nearest
We give a Bonus Prize of $50 ind( chair. Hg seeed to be aging rapidly.
pendent of all others to the person wh, **r- .rl IN..-.'.r,' the brandy,"
-sends in the list gotten up in the bes* the '.. ,' W tiy. "I dare say it
ind handsomest manner. Our Con:- d.., Pv,, a lb.- th-. think when he sees
mitteo-will decide and award prizes a mil he tL.- iht bria. gone to Davy
D tly, but the special 50 prize will e J...- and tdie man in th world he
aw.'rded in March. Any bird's name n, u n wr h
founc in dictionaries accepted. naut. .d th. r.,, L Ond. it's a rum go.
W HO WE At1Z. l t.. I ;,q,,or yon'd given me up
WHO WE A .. a. 1_'.
The Woman s World -is a tho-oughly ""Yves." Thcrnie .tammered, wiping
reliable concern, we are known to do h Ir..w. **Nws raenbed us that the
exactly as we advertise. As to our re-
liability we refer to any Advertising Kn'.."rL....Ldg.Lad.:.wu with all hands
Agent or business man in London. on bodid. ,
IAn,-11 -11-e.a nAn. uiu if oA

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Town................ Country ........
Address- The Woman's World, 9, High
Street, London, W., Enght nd.
One Point of Resemblance.
"The elder Sothern was a good story
teller, and he particularly liked to dwell
on his experiences at the outset of hies
stage Eife. when he was a minor mem-
ber of the John McCullough company,"
said the eld time theater goer.
"MleC(illough was playing in Texas,
m:il in one town where lie was billed to
play 'nlgoinar,' through some accident
an the railroad, the necessary costumes
were delayed.
"The manager was equal to the situ-
atln,. however. He went to every
butcher's shop in town and hired all
the saeep and cow hides he could to
1iess p his supers.
'"Vi'cn '; i'', P ..-'b came on the stage
-hat n'it. hlie fell back appalled by the
;tenth o0' the hastily improvised cloth-

"AD, wel, all hands didnt go
down," the oth'-r replied, with a mali-
cious grin that the bandage round his
temples r.:ud&r-d hideous, "though it
was a near shabnv. I got hold of a spar
and lashed" my.-fT t'i it. Then I was
chucked up ;.a.n a .i:1'ert island, a regu-
lar Robinson Crusoe. I lived there six
"months, [iincipully on shellfish and
sea bird-' ggs. Then this Spanish chap
picked i cai up, and last night I wasship-
wrecked awseond time. However, I'm
none the worse for my adventures, with
the r-r..-.ltiun of a crack on the skull.
A hi'lling slur did that. That's my tale
in a nut-hell. Now let's hear about
Los. Yon'renot spliced to her yet, I
"No, r i."
"But soa are going to be, I'll lay a
"We-e are engaged," Thorne said
in a low voice .
"Gad I knew it." And he laughed
"You see," the other went on in an
explanatory tone, "I thought you were
dead, and she cared fcr me before you
took-before she met you. But of
course our engagement is at an end
now." .

in wo'n by the barbarians. "I should think so indeed."
"'What do you think of them?' Soth- "Yes, I shall leave here at once. You
1:n laughingly asked McCullough, ill explain perhaps"-
-...it... to the supers as the curtain \"Witl4 pleasure. She is staying down
-'oll'd down. here, eh~"
"'They neither act like, look like nor "*s they have a cottage."
nik like barbarians,' curtlvy growled ,- i- 3 ra' y ad toddle over when
the t!'ecdian. 'but, by the gods, they I' b t- ddy head seen to. It'll be a
:mel-l like them.' "-Kansas City Inde- suririe'f.ar 'em."
.iendtet. "'Wui hin't it be better if you gave
pe Didn't Choke. them a little warning?" Thorene ug-
Tcwnrd Mecca the thoughts and as- gested. "The shock might prove"-
')irationis of all pious Moslems are "Thft perhaps you'd like"-
:u:nnd, and at lea.t once in his life- "No, no I could t.
ime the good Mohammedan is expect- His 4 mpanion laughed and then
.-d to make a pilgrimage to that city. submitted himself to the other's skillful
One of the duties of the pilgrim Im- hands. *n a few minutes Thorne had
immediately after his arrival is to make dressed he cut, and he at once went
a journey seven times round a holy up stair) to pack. When he reached his
portico outside the mosque. room, l ever, he sank into a chair,
"We went at a great pace," says an with tit hopeless look in his eyes
Englishman, who, disguised as a Mo- which nly comes to a man when he
hammedan, paid a visit to Mecca at loses tbq woman he loves.
the risk of his life, "and the day was His a -.ry hwas a little out of common.
growing hot. When the procession This wi t he second time he had been
was over, we came back to the mosque enaa-el to the girl he should so soon
and were each given-a bowl of limpid have Jo to the altar. He had made her
water. I was so thirsty that I drank acquailtiance during a visit to the
mine at a draft and asked for more, toutri, thr-e- years previously. She
which I noticed produced a very good Nw:" t'j..laughter of a country parson-
Impression, for, as I afterward learned, a pretty. ihy girl who had spent every
this was the sacred water of Temzen, dvy t-.r h-r 1,n years in the seclusion of
which an infidel cannot drink without a -,epy hamlet. In a day he learned to
being choked, to Li.i. but several months passed be-
"This was supposed to be the water fore he ared speak of his love. Even
which was supplied to Hagar when Itna li i,.1 tlak,-n b-r by surpris,-. She
she was perishing in the desert."- la.1 Ii h. t". his -in. h.w'ever,
Christian Endeavor World. and th- Lad phliJ.t.ted th.-ir trith in the
ira.-i.,rvyasrdrn Silo wan onlv a child.
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nind he was a man--12 yl.ars her senior
and rendered grave beyond his years by
a lont struggle against adverse circunm--
After that she had gone to London to
visit some friends. They were fashion-
able folk, and they had laughed also at
her big, awkward lover. They brought
her "out." She met many men, among
them his cousin. He had made love to
her-in a fashion that was the direct
opposite of her lover's undemonstrative
way--and she had been dazzled, as a
moth is dazzled by a bright light.
So she had chosen. HIe had accept-d
his fate without a word. It was natural
that she should care for this younger
Then Craven's friends found him an
easy berth in one of the colonies. He
was to proceed there at once, and at
the end of a year he was to return
home and marry her. He had suffered
shipwreck, however, and he had been
given upasdead. In due course Thorne.
whose love had not abated a jot, had
renewed his suit. She had told him
that her heart was with the dead, that
she cold never love again, but that if
ho liked to take her knowing that-
well, once again they had become en-
gaged, and once again fate had inter-
v.;ih a heart full of t;tt--rn j-- be
v', I-hI f r the Londen train It was
late, and he strode the narrow platform
impatiently. lie was eager to get away.
He n:eRnt to go away forever. Be
woer-d leave the country. He would
tiavcl. In a fresh land, among fresh
pecrle. perhaps he might forget.
'Would it never come? He looked at
his watch for the twentieth time. He
seemed to be the only passenger. Yet
stay-as a trail of smoke denoted the
train's approach some one hurried on
the platform in breathless haste. It
wa3 a girl, a pretty girl, but evidently
aof-gering from great agitation. Ihe"
gove a hurried glance up and down the
ci'tf"rn, and as she caught sight of
his motionless figure she went straight
to i nIll.
"Ah, thank heaven I am in time!"
she pasped.
At the sound of her voice he fell back
and his bag dropped.
"Loo, young" ha cried. "How did
/on ? \Vhat do you ?"-
"What do I want?" she said. "I
.vrant y.". "
He stared at her in round eyed,
"But-but you do not know," he
ric .
"I Lnow everyth inq."
"Yon-yoa have seen him ?"
There was a pause. A porter hurried
"Goin, sir?"
"No," she answered quickly, and,
takinmhis arm, she drew him aside.
"Oh, John, it was all a mistake!"
bhe said. "I was a silly girl, but it is
liffircnt now. You had my heart all
:ba time, b',t I did net know it. But I
rnow it now, and-and I have come to
tell yon, only I can't tell you very well
aere. See. the train has gone. Come
back with ime. "
And he came.-Chicago News.



it Involved a Ch'ri.4tha and an Infl-.
del nud a Mc- ;:e!mar-ial)le CtineS-
deuce, und tLe Narrative Z'oint.d a
Moral as V.ell.
The question of reiig;on cnme up the-
other day in the Ilisy Miit.'s L.:aci;
club. anJ ohl Parlneesau, who is senior:
warden of St. I'ceunia's church an,;
then fone constitutes hianself a de
fn'Jier of the faith, remauked, "Yo'.
mriay say t hat you l.ke, geitleimen, lIti
a religious uc:n is Imore iapt to hell
hose who na'.d it than an iniaitcl."
'i aiii a fir':! b reliever in Chriistian
ty," rei'arkcd Bilsonv, who has iatie ,
.liliion or so in the Swamlii curiung tlI
[ast fc.w yeatr, "'but 1 lake exec.piot
!o that statement. Wheu it comes 1,
helping a fellow who is (lown. it'
al'bout au even toss eitv.-ecn a; (Cht'i
t; a l and infil.l i You doubt it?" Ii
continued Pas ie saw old1 i'.:iines::
haLke his head. "V'el. to ilovn whe:;
Ssny I will g;ve yos ;na epistode in aIt:
own lfe. I caine to New Yok it I.',
wihh no ca;it;l but a country mn:ti
suit of cloithes ant' a common school
d,:cation. I was; a aluk looking notnt;
ceilow. with 'h".ysee d' wr;'tt'n all ove!
;e; but. like ,to'.y another re cone
try lad. I wns irre'itstiltly attracted t
the city, where I soon expcUt'ed I"
strike the combin-:'tion t; t't wol;lt lea
to fortune anId faine. But before'lou'
my main thought was to keep fro'
starving. I could get no work. and nl
body would listen to me when I askc-
for it. I tried to keep up my coturag.'
but in my heart I would -have give:
anything to be back on the old -farn
"Well, one day I grew especially des
operate. The papers were full of the
triumphant success of 'Billy. thie Con
verted Bum,' who was holding revival
all over the country. And I asked my
self why I, a clean, decent young fel
low, who had never been a 'bum.
should be allowed to starve, while
'Billy' was living on the fat of th(
land. At first the wild thought cama
into my head to start out myself on
career of cr-I mean of revivalism un
der the name of 'Charley, the Con
averted Boy Fiend,' and rake In the

shekels like 'Billy.' But somehow I
felt I couldn't get down as low as that
A brilliant thought struck me, how
ever. I would state the whole thing it
an advertisement, more to relieve m3
feelings than with any hope of getting
an answer.
"So I scraped enough money together
to insert the following in one of the
papers: 'If I were a drunken "bum'
just taken out of the gutter, scores o:
kind religious people would stretch
out a hand to help me. But as I an
only a decent and self respecting younj
man, with no vices or bad-habits, I an
without work and starving in thii
great, cruel city.' And I added m2
Initials and address.
"The next day I called to see if then
might possibly be an answer and go
two. The first one 1 opened read a:
follows: 'I was touched by you:
strange advertisement, as I myself vwt
once in the same position. I found hti1
through a noble Christian man, andi i
you will call and see me I will provi
to you that there is a Christian wiho i:
able and willing to help you if you ar

Sori'iy. -'. Ast too1 s;c i! r t;'I ally, ar
ali y;):'r"v ho ::;y l';. e ir' : :r' 1 tis ni in-

:' .i -!, w: 't') j:y cn 'readd

J I tI- .;::1 !i t one
.if c s-pas.t-' in t,.:i' ai vi'rti:. ei't lnt, as I
w;:s 'onie : f i'.llien;.:1 asl you ;ie. l
obund a s:t.t i; Ife through a noble
.nan who. l;:e in.vself, wa3s an itinbe-
iievor. Aui if yo.i: wi! l call ind sa .'
no I w:il pi'ove to yoO lt.hat there is an
:ul. wlev'er whio i. b ith able stand twill-
ig to g':ve "you a1 sl in liE' if you
ire wvoriby. Ask to see :ie personally.
as my partner is a Christlin, and.
.hough a godi n.ma. he might not be
lispl)osed to look (in your case kindly.'
"Wounderful coinihidence, wasn't it?
But thie most wondmialerftl part of the
story is y iet Io ii toll. These two men
were partini'rs. Each otne of tii'm was
trying to ito a good deed without the
knowledge of the other.
"The end of the story? Well, that
was interesting and remarkable too.
After trying in vain to decide to which
of these two gentlemen I should make
rni -telf klii,'v ti I d.-i,-rniii'ial rO see
.thiii t, 1i 'r n a r '.l, l>" t .t letters
to them. 1 did so. and you ought to
have seen the look of blank surprise
that came over the faces of both men
as tltvy learned that, though diff- ring
so widely in creed, they Were at one in
acknowledging the religion of humani-
ty. They were silent for a few mo-
ments. and then the Christian. with
tears in his eyes, grasped the hand of
his partner and said:
'Brother. I have wronged you; for I
have learned that. without knowing It,
you are not far from the kingdom of
'It is I who have wronged you,' ex-
claimed his partner, 'in assuming that
you would not obey the teaching of
your Master to feed the hungry and
clothe the naked. Let us hereafter live
as brothers indeed, even though we
may not be able to profess the same
creed. And may the unknown God
whom ignorantly we worship accept us
at the last.'
"These two good men gave me a
start and were my dearest friends un-
til they died. The moral of It all?
Well. I think there is more goodness
In the world than can be enshrined In
any creed, however true."-New York
The manufacture of quinine was be-
gun in Philadelphia by John Farr in
1820, the year of its discovery.
He Rode Down.
Algernon Dougherty of the United
States diplomatic service has qualities
of his own to account for his success
as well as being the son of the famous
"Silver Tongued" Dougherty of Phila-
delphia. One of the rules of the aris-
tocratic Parisian concierge is that
while'one may ride up in the elevator
one must not ride down. It was Mr.
Dougherty who broke down this rule
in a house lin the Rue de Maturin.
He started down. and the concierge
-.r.., ,... th .:. o'..- "It Is forbiddeu."
i-afbroi..a '.***
"' I .h i iopnei tn--.,' forbids it," said the
Mr. Dougherty drew himself up and
said, "Tell your proprietor that I for-
bid him to forbid me anything!" and
rode on down. And now even the
timid maiden ladies on the sixth floor
play with that elevator as though it
were a tame cat.-San Francisco Argo-
The Gallery Answered Martha.
Of the Dublin gallery boys a famous
baritoAe, in his reniinisbtuces, tells
some good stories--one of "Faust," in
which he played Valentine.
After the duel Martina, who rushed
In at the head of the crowd, raised Val-
entine's head and held him in her arms
during the first part of the scene and
cried ouit in evident alarm:
"Oh, what shall I do?"
There was a deathlike stillness in
the house, which was interrupted by a
voice from the gallery calling out:
"Unbutton his weskit!"
His Company.
Mark Twain, meeting Charles Guth-
rie, a prominent British lawyer, In Vi-
enna, asked him if he smoked. "Some-
times, when I am in bad company,"
was the reply.
After a pause came a second ques-
tion: "You're a lawyer, aren't you, Mr.
"I am, Mr. Clemens."
"Ah, then, Mr. Guthrie, you must be
a very heavy smoker!"

When a woman calls her husband
up by telephone without his knowing
who she is, she is always surprised
to see how politely he addresses her at
first.-Somerville Journal.

One good thiue!.t generously receive.
ed always attracts another.
j I. bevrv, Log;,i fon, Pa., writes: a'.
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SOne Minute Cough Cure, after doctors
Failed. It also cured my children o
whooping cough." Quickly relieves an(
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e throat and lung troubles. Children al
Like it, Mothers endorse it.--i. F
Brackin & Son.





A Fll Line of Canflned


Mast. Foos & Com a any's

Double Acting Force Pump.

Sold at St. An .rews Bay, Fla.
MiR'iiN RiiY, t.i', Pbd 1.i1st, Ltilcasslfr.Pa.
Sold at St. Andrews Bay; Fla.
At Dr. Mitchell's Drag Store.
'iWCallfor free saniole,

a- .

Of St. Anlrews
and the

Bay Country.

We have made arrangements Lv
whiIch we can furnish this fine 31AP
covering about eighteen iilei ,,miinre
of territory, including th. ('il:innati
Company's Tract, also Harison,
Parker, Cromanton, and alIjacent
e..- n ti t f..r
,, ,, r early sta ceriptlons
By the aid of this map the 1,'Cait ion .
lands purchased of the ('in.'innnt
(.'..1111 iy can be easily a rcei aiine'l
or, parties may send, us $1 and their
deswiption and we m' ill liate their
loty :mtl return the Map by mail. .,
Address T'I E 1uoy,
St. Andrews. Fla.
For 5 cash subscribers, we will give- a
a premium, I Sectional Map of the [ilay
country. or I Map of the City of St.An-
drews. Either man sold singly-tl1

Our Clubbing List.
The BU11O has made very liberal linb
bing arrangements with a few of the very
best publications in the country and fo
the present can send for a whole year
Thle BUOY nand
Leslie's Illustrated Weekly for... .$3.00
D numorest's M.-i- . ........... 1.7.
Detroit Fret I r ,twice-a-week
and Year Book)............. 1.7
The Fla T & Citizen, daily for $9 05
do weekly, fori$1 85
Scientific American' .... 3 50
Farmerand Fruit Grower" ..,. 2 55
Floiida Agriculturist ... 2 55
do clubsof' 5, eacl ... 2 5
Farm Journal, Philad'a, monthly 1 10
Cincinnati Enquirer twice a week
8 large pnges each issue....: 1 75
AtlanlaConstitution ... 1 75
N. Y. World (tlhice a w;ek)....... 1 65
For any or either of the above public
tions in connection with thie BUOY, ad-
e--ss all orders to THE BUOY.
SI. Andrews. la

Is prepared to cut
ll i) .AND FF.'N(E' PS'I'S
and deliver them i t i ..-..a.- i ,ab,' r.ni.l-.
It y ou * _.-1 Atlh- 1.'. t I ii. .itl uion1ii
ix. \\ t ,1.i r R.

Anyone sendloq a Sgke-z and description may
quickly ascerrain hsar ,.nliosn free whetk-' an -
Invention is prrjbabl. p',ieilable. Comma -a
tionestrictlyC.n.rideeal. tiandbookon Pat a
sent free. Oldspi aEensy for seeuingtapatent.
Patents taken h br.,uub Munn & Co. recel
specaftnotice, wit iilt charge. in the
Sckliic Jhmerican.
A handsomely illustrated weekly. T.larset mr
culatlon of any scientilfl Journal. Terms. $3 a
year; four months, $. Sold by all newedealer.'
MUNN5 &Co.s,-roa'a,. New York
Branch Office. 625 F St. Washington, D. C.






neral merchandise!

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Of tli City of St. AEi'drws
Gotten up with gnrat care .by the
publisher, who has .i aI i no pain
to prepare for the p. blic a map of
St. Andrews asit Ically ii. It shuts
Extending eastward 1:om Dvei's
Point, taking in the Old ' own site of
St. Andrews, and gives :ocatioA of
public business places, p ratee resi-
dences, docks, etc., als( e cry lot int
each block and the adjoining addi-
tion to the Cineirnati Company's
land with a full des-ription of the
The Map will sheCw owners of lots
in the city just where they are lo-
cated, and is of value to those think-
ing of buying property.
Size of Map 30x50 Inches.
The BUOY will send this map to any
address on the receipt of
Or give as a premium for 5 yea'rl
cash ubsl-criDtions.


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